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to department fire -ter the all In DOt fill. I .. Tfb Matthwomal Market. Nothwith- Nothwith- stncdirg there is a dullness in the flour market, market, and the high price of provisions, there appears, as will be seen by the annexed report, for which we are indebted to J. T. White, of the Probate Court, to be no ebb irr the matrimonial matrimonial maiket. The current flows on as tmoothly as ever. Those united in the holv bonds of wedlock during the past week, end- end- , ing Sunday, were: J. A Beer, Eeq., and Louisa Matthes, Frederick Frederick Ixingenberg and Lonlsa Longenberg, OctaTe Delarue and Louise Josephine, August Kfland and Mary Fox, Patrick A. Clifford and Belle Ilateman", Krnst llilker and Louisa Meyer, William Porter and Mary Hart, Tnos. Rourkeand Olive May hew, H H. Vandyke snd M. F. Vandyke, Stephen Canape end Mary i.rgor lo, , John McLean and Nancy Baccus, Henry Kemper Dd Venelia Haddix, Michael HeiDtz and Mary Gcyer, Jacob Martini and Anna Maria Vollibger, Chas. P. Sheaff and Sarah Rooertsou, Harry L. Chambers and Abe W. Piersoa, Henry Sommerkamp aad Catharine Elfering, William McGlennaa and . Margaret Healey, Charles A. Haller and Mar- Mar- , Caret k, Thomas 'C Dean and Maggie L. Mjers, Milton Hnghes and Mary E F.llLs. Jo- Jo- : septr-A. septr-A. septr-A. Gojrtt and Mrs. Sarah Garlets, Wm. ' Bet net t and Mary E. Jamison. Michael G. Rybolt and Harriet D. Benson, John Yogele sid Wilbelatina Jacob Beck and Ce- Ce-

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer20 May 1867, MonPage 3

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)20 May 1867, MonPage 3
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