As vvill be noticed in another column of this paper, I have bougrht the interest of Mr. J. Koch in the furniture business of Koch & Haller, with the intention of carrying on the furniture business at the same place ydth full as large an assortment of goods as the old firm ever carried. I shall make every effort to always have on hand the best assortment and latest designs of Bed Room, Parlor, Dining, Library and Office Furniture, and especially for this spring trade my stock is most complete, and certainly will enable any one to make a suitable selection. I also make to order, in all kinds of wood, special patterns of Desks, Book Cases, Cabinets, Tables, Mantels, Dressers, Chiffonier, and will guarantee satisfaction. ManufacturIng Parlor Goods myself I am prepai"ed to fill any desired style of Sofa, Rocker, Easy or Reception Chair, In Drapery I carry an extensive line of Turcomans, Madras, Tapestry, Crete, Silk and Lace Curtains. Hoping to receive a share of your kind patronage, I remain, respectfolly, MARTIN HALLER, For the accommcdation of my customers, repairing of furnitui e of all kinds will be atterded to With care. Sucecssor to KOCH & HALLER f 2 S Maim and 4 W. Liberty St.