Mr. G. Morgens begs leave to return his sincere thanks to the Ladies, and citizens
generally, for the very liberal patronage extended to him during the last four years, and
confidently solicits a continuance of the same. He adopts this method of informing
the public that he still occupies his old stand, No 4 South Fourth street, where he
engages to clean and dye every description of goods in a style unequalled by any estab-
lishment West of the mountains.
Crape Shawls cleaned and dyed in a very superior manner, as can be testi-
fied to by hundreds of ladies, residents of this and other cities of the Union.
Gentlemen’s clothing cleansed and repaired in a style not surpassed in
Particular attention given to the renovation of carpets, hearth rugs,
Mr. Morgens has obtained the names of the following ladies, as references: