Regrets In Sunny Italy.
Judge Charles E. Kincaid was dreaming
ly wandering through the vast halls of the
Pitti palace in Florence with the rich, gay
and frivolous Marache'-i di Macaroni, look
ing now at a Titian, then at a Salvator Rosa
or at a Del Sartor or Rubens. His beauti
ful companion said suddenly :
“Amio Mio, why are you so distraught
to-dav, so badly in feeling, so—so—diminu
endo io banana ?”
“Ah, caramio,” he said, fondly and gent
ly ‘chucking her under the chin, “things
have changed in America since your
Charley left, and he has lost the opportunity
of his life.”
“But prince, mio,” —she began, soothing
“I am no prince,” he interrupted, hastily.
“But in your own fair country,” said
she, “what are you You are so beautiful
and gay, sb soft of hand and gentle of
heart—what is your rank in your own Ken
“Ah, Marches!,” said the Judge, “that
is what bothers me. By the time I get back
to Kentucky the offices will have been dis
tributed to that extent that I shall not be
able to buy a half interest in the rank of a
“Is that so?” asked the Marachesi.
“Too true," said the judge; “too true,
Marachesi; you can bet all you’ve got on
the capacity of a Kentucky politician to
chase an office up a tree whenever he sees
one. They’ll all be treed when I see Louis
It was appropriate that this occurred in
the Pitti palace. The building dropped a
tear, while Florence wept.
Roller Skating Flirtation.
Lying on the right side, “My heart is at
Lying on the left side, “I have money in
Standing on your nose, “I have no objec
tion to a mother-in-law.”
Jumping on the skates, “I’m afraid I can’t
“Lying on your back, “assist me.”
One leg in the air means, “catch me.”
Two legs in the air means, “mashed.”
One skate in your mouth, “crushed
Hitting the back of your head with your
heel, “I am gone.”
Suddenly placing your legs horizontally
on the floor like the letter V indicates, “I
Punching your neighbor on the stomach
with your left foot, “I’m on to your little
A backward flip of the heels and sudden
cohesion of the knees to the floor indicates,
“may I skate the next music with you?”
Municipal Jobbery Exposed.
First Borough Councilman —I move, sir,
that a sign be put up jit the railroad crossing
bearing the words, “Look out for the cars.”
Second Borough Councilman (greatly ex
cited)—l move to amend Mr. Chairman,
I move to amend. The sign should read,
“Look out for the locomotive,” sir: for, sir,
while a man is looking out for the cars, sir,
he might get run over by the locomotive,
First Councilman (hotly)—l denounce
the gentleman from Punkhollow, sir, as a
vile schemer, a swindler of the taxpayers,
sir. He owns a saw mill, sir, and this dis
honest jobber wants “locomotive” instead of
"cars” on the signboard because it is a
longer word, sir, and will take more lum
■ Amendment lost.
Miss Annie Dantzler, Kingston, Ga,'says:
“I can testify to the good of Brown’s Iron
Bitters, for loss of appetite and general de
Too Many to the Acre.
Our crop of Overcoats has been too plenti
ful for this season, and as the weather proph
ets predict mild weather for next year—lßßs
ana’B6—we have decided not to bum our stock,
but to put them on the market, and sell them
for what they will bring. Our Overcoats
'be sold. It is only a question for you if you
will take advantage of our low prices and
supply yourself with an Overcoat, and save
money. We will sell you a good, strong 89
Overcoat for «6, a 815 Overcoat for 812, and
the finest 830 Overcoat in Savannah lor 820.
Boys’ Overcoats, from 4 to 12 years old, as iow
as S 3, Youths' Overcoats, from 12 to 17 years,
from 85 up. We have plenty of fine Suits on
hand which we will sell at greatly reduced
prices. Rememberand buy of the “ Famous,
as we give a prize of half the purchase money
to every twentieth purchaser. “Famous
New York Clothing House, 140 Congress
Mr. William McCormick (mailing clerk),
Savannah, says: “Brown’s Iron Bitters cured
me of dyspepsia, with which I had suffered
for twenty years. It is a wonderful medi
DR. LOWERY’S REMEDY infuses new life
m the debilitated; it assimilates with the
blood and and supplies that deficiency in the
nervous system, which is the cause of debility
and physical prostration. It acts on the liver,
kidneys, bladder, and reproductive organs,
causing healthy secretions, thereby stopping
waste and building anew—when the face re
-umes the bloom of health, the eye its lustre
nd the brain its power. This remedy can be
obtained of druggists and dealers generally.
Price 81.90 per package; three packages, two
dollars; sufficient to cure ordinary cases.
Ask your druggist for it; do not take any
other. If you cannot obta it send direct,
with price, and it will be securely sealed,
by mail to your address.
Address Depot and Labratory,
Dr. Lowery’s Remedies,
No. 18 E. Fourteenth St.
New York City.
Advice free; send stamp for reply.
Mr. D. E. Sullivan, Macon, Ga, says :
“I have used Brown’s Iron Bitters for in
digestion, and regard it as a n infalible
To all who are suffering from the errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I wil
send a receipt that will cure you, fbee of
charge, This great remedy was discovered
■.y a missionary in South America. Send a
-e; (-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Mrs. Rosa Shumate, Savannah, says : “I
have used Brown’s iron Bitters with good
i. suits. For dizziness and impure blood it
it is unequaled.
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THE SAVANNAH DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1884.
RESTUARANTS AND BARS.
Ths Gem oi th City !|
Don’t Fail to Remember It!
WHEN YOU _
Wish to Get a First-Ciass Meal,
SERVED UP IN SUPERB STYLE,
FreidS Hicks’ Restaurant,
Nos. 11 and 12 Market Basement.
.es-Our best commendation comes from our
Prompt attention, polite waiters and a Bill
of Fare unsurpassed.
WISE MD BILLIARD
; Has been FITTED UP In SUPERB STYLE, ,
and is one of the COSIEST RESORTS in the
city. If you wish to enjoy a good game on .
1 first-class Tables and spend a pleasant even
ing, visit this place.
J. J. SULLIVAN,
OYSTER & CHOP HOUSE.
. T.H. Enriglit.l’ropr,
Cor. Broughton and Drayton Sts.
Open for the Season. Renovated and Im
proved, and the MOST ATTRACTIVE RES
TAURANT In the South.
NEW YORK OYSTERS and
THE FINEST NORTHERN MEATS!
DELICIOUS CHOPS, Etc.
Served In the Best Style
and at Reasonable Prices.*#*
Cuisine, Attentive Waiters, and
the Best in the Market.*#*
MRS.' M. A. E. KIRKSEY, 59 Whitaker
street, Savannah, says: Brown’s Iron
Bitters did me much good when troubled
with dyspepsia. I found it to be all that is I
claimed for it.
Soda, Sarsaparilla, Ginger Ale,
Sipnons Plain Soda, Etc.
Having purchased the business lately con
ducted by Mr. F. MEINCKE, at the old stand
of Mr. JOHN RYAN, 110 and 112 Brough
ton street, I am now prepared to furnish
everything in my line at reasonable prices. I
will guarantee goods equal to any put up in .
1 any part of the United States.
' Will shortly be prepared to furnish the
i various Mineral Waters in siphons and hot
Having a large number of Fountains, I am
' prepared to supply those who draw from them
i Churches, Schools, Benevolent and Chari
table Institutions holding Fairs, Festivals or
' Picnics can be assured of a liberal discount.
, All orders from the country will receive
' prompt and careful attention.
; Telephone No. 252.
Thankful for the many favors shown me
’ in the past, I hope, by strict attention to
! merit the patronage of all my old and many
new friends in my “new departure.”
' MR. W. J. O’BRIEN, 25 West Broad street,
i Savannah, says: I was troubled with ,
■ weakness, accompanied by dizziness and
general weakness. Brown’s Iron Bitters gave
me complete relief.
i SOE. V. BECKER & CO.
Mti Hiking hist
. TVTR. W. W. CARTER, Savannah, says :
, LvJL i have used Brown’s Iron Bitters with
' great benefit and I shall ever recommend It;
J. E. SANDIFORD,
At this old and well established market, South
Broad street, will always be found
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Sausages,
Chickens, Eggs and Vegetables.
Choice Beef from Northern markets received every
veek per steamers. Boston Corned Beef alvzays ol
hand. Marketing delivered free of charge to any par
TMTILS. K. E. WALTERS, Waldburg and
West Broad streets, Savannah, says :
I have used Brown’s Iron Bitters with good
For the Holidays.
’ Leave your orders for CHRISTM AS CAKES
’ atthe Variety Bakery, 92 Broughton street,
! or at the Branch under Masonic Temple. t
1 Fruit, Pound, Almond, Pound Silver Cake
and other varieties.
DAVID WEISBEIN & CO/S
WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE
FOUND A THOROUGHLY SELECTED STOCK OF
DOLLS! TOYS I
Albums I Writing Desks !
BISQUE FIGURES I
VASES, TOILET SETS
Fancy Glass and Chinaware I
■ W I n 888 !
AND A THOUSAND OTHER USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR
f • ——————————————
We beg especially to call attention to our—
INJLNIEINSE STOCK OF
Ladies’ & Children’s Cloaks
ks, Russian Circulars, Newmarkets,
blank rrri s ua. ws i
Dress Goods and Dress Silks I
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER AT
Our Well Known Low Prices.
David Weislbein Co-
News from the Only
SHOE STORE IN SAVANNAH!
TVs We Have Steadily Increased Our
Already Fine Stock of
his’, Ladies’ and Children's Shoes!
We can claim the best line in the city. We would Impress upon the public that we hold our
selves RESPONSIBLE for all FINE GOODS sold by us. There is no shop-worn stock
sold by us, as our goods are all new and we are constantly receiving fresh supplies.
Hat and Cap Department!
We fear no competition, as our assortment of Styles Is unequalled by any store in the city.
OUR SPECIAL LINE OF
CHILDREN’S FANCY CAPS!
Is pronounced a BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT, embracing the LATEST STYLES and designs.
AN INSPECTION OF OUR
IMIS AND SATCHELS
Is solicited, to prove that our Prices of these articles are at the very
Lowest Possible Figures I
FOR THE HOLIDAYS I
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A FINE LINE OF
his’ Embrcidsrsd Slippers and Silk Umbrellas.
As we sell STRICTLY FOR CASH, we are enabled to mark our goods at LOWEST POS
SIBLE PRICES, and as everything is marked in PLAIN FIGURES, fair dealing is assured
to all by our ONE PRICE SYSTEM.
149 Broughton Street.
MRS. H. G. TAYLOR, 174 Taylor street, Sa
vannah, says: I took Brown’s Iron Bit
ers for general debility and it has proven a
plendid health invigorator.
MR. J. R LEVY, 177 Congress street, Savan
nah, says: I used Brown’s Iron Bitters
for dyspepsia and stomach troubles with
Semi ad hthwensr. foumd
[All trains of this syßtem sr** rnn by Standard
Wpridlan time which Is W mirutes skwar <h»D tim
kept by city. I
Savannah, Ga., December 20, 1884.
ON and alter SUNDAY, December 21
1884, passenger trains on the Central and
Southwestern Railroads and Branches will
run as follows:
RKAD DOW* "/D
Vo. 51 faom •- ’ 53
10 00 a m Lv Savannah 8
8 45 p m Ar Augusta A* 550 • r
625 p mAr Macon Ar 3 45 » w
11 25 p tn Ar Atlanta > r 7 80 » m
4.-25a m. Ar Cnlumbnr. Ar 13 33 p M
Ar Eufaula Ar 316 ■
11.15 n m Ar A lh»"r Ar 12 20 p m
- M’Dedverilfr Ar
1- Ft ton’or 4- to ’0 r
IVo. 18 pl-om Aifffust" No. 22 20
935 » m Lv.. Augusts i .L 11 ">
’ .30 t> m Ar. B'a-wWh ...... ■' t S3O'
6 n 5 Av Wr.004 *•
1 25 n -i Ar A (’*»«• Av
4:25 am 4 » Ooto-übus '
Ar . ju-
11.15 no, • .
Ar.MiUedgevill i ..
Az a • .ion Ar
12:00 am Lv Macon J u 0'
6 f «rp Ar Sav’neh. Ar ’ - i
i r Anpuria Ar f '»5 - ’■
AvMP’rrMPe ‘r -noo, T
Ar Efttonton ,_Ar ...12 3f ” r
1. From Stlacon. 3
7 50 a m Lv Macon Dv 7:15 i -
316 pm Ar Stoiarla Ar:....
12 20 n m Ar Albany Ar 11:15 p n-
■Vn. 5. From Moron No. 19.
8 15 a m Lv Macon 7 35 p m
12 33 p m Ar Columbus 4 25 a m
No. I. From Ilf aeon. No. 51 No. 53
’’o am Lv Macon....Lv 730 p m ■’ 7» n>
12 25 pm Ar Atlanta..Ar 11 25 pm 733 a n
No. 23. From Fort Valles' No 21
8:35 p m Lv Fort V alley 9 45 a w
9:20 pm Ar Perry 10 35 a m
No. 2, From, Atlanta. No. 54 No. 52
250 p mLv Atlanta....Lv 8:10 pm 355 a m
650 pm Ar Macon Ar 11:45 pm 735 a m
Ar Eufaula.. Ar 3 16 p n
11:15 pm Ar Albany... Ar 12 20 p n>
4 25 a m Ar...Col’bus..Ar 12 33 p m
Ar Mil'g’ville.Ar 10 29 a m
Ar Eatonton..Ar ... . 12 30 p m
Ai Augusta ...Ar 3 45pm
ArSsvannah.Ar 6:?0 a m 3 30 p nr
No. 6. From No. 20.
100 p m Lv... Cciumbus Lv 1* 53 p m
5 42 p m Ar Macon Ar 6 00 a m
11 25 p m Ar Atlanta Ar 12 25 p m
Ar Eufaula _.Ar 3 16 p m
11:15 p m Ar Albeny Arl2 20 p m
Ar Milledgeville Ar 10 29 a m
Ar Eatonton Ar 12 30pm
Ar Augusta Ar 3 45 p m
630a mAr Savannah.... Ar 330 p m
No. 2. From Fufauia.. No. 4.
11 56 a m Lv Eufaula Lv
415 pm Ar Albany Ar
7 15 p m Ar Macon A r
4 25am Ar,„ Columbus... ..Ar ...„.
11 25 pm Ar .Atlanta Ar
Eatonton A r
Ar Augusta Ar
630 am Ar Savannah ...Ar
No. 26. From Albany. No, 38. N... 4
10 45 a m Lv ...Albany2 50,,p mLv 340 air
316 pm Ar Eufaula Ar
Ar..Macon. 7 15 p m...Ar 7 52 a B>
Ar..Columbus.4 25 a mArl2 33 p m
Ar..At)anta 11 25 p m.Ar I 9 25 pro
Ar Milledgeville...Ar 10 29 a n>
Ar Eatonton.....Ar 12 30 p m
Ar Augusta Ar 3 45 p m
6 30 a m Ar Savannah .Ar 3 30 p m
.Vn 26, F'om Fatonion and MiUedremllr,
2 15 p m Lv Eatonton
842 pm Lv Milledgeville
6 25 p m Ar Macon
426 a m Ar Columbus
Ar Eufaula ....
11:15 p m Ar.. Albany
11 2" p m Ar_ Atlanta
6 30 a m Ar Savannah
No 24 From Perry No 22
5:45 am Lv Perry Lv 3 -5 p n
6:30 am Ar Fort Valley....Ar 415 p r
Local Sleeping Cars on all night trams
tween Savannah and Augusta, Savannah anr
Macon, Savannah and Atlanta.
The Milledgeville and Eatonton train run>
daily (except Monday) between Gordon ans
Eatonton, and daily (except Sunday betwee’
Eatonton and Gordon.
Train No. 53 leaving Savannah at 8:45 p
m, will not stop except on Sundays to put ofi
i>-singers at stations between Savannah and
Enffula train connects at Cuthbert for
Fo’t Gained daily (except Sunday
Ttm Perry accommodation trai be’-vee-
F<rt Valley and Perry runs daily (excep*
The Albany and Blakely accommodation
train runs daily (except Sunday) between
Albany and Blakely.
At Savannah with Savannah, Florida an
Western Railway, at Augusta with all lines t>
North and East, at Atlanta with Air-Line arc
Aennesaw Routes to all points North, Ear
ai d West.
Tickets for all points, and Sleeping C«.
Berths on sal eat city office, No. 20 Bui 1
G. A. Whitehead. WM. BOGEBS.
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Supt.. Sevan ab
J. C. Shaw, W F. SHELLMAN,
Gen.Trav, Agt. Traffic Manager, Savannah
Charleston & Savannah Bailway Ge
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 30th, 1884.
Schedule in effect Nov. 2d, 1884.
Trains 43 and 47 wait indefinitely atSavan
no' or connection with S., F. & W. Ry.
No 35. No 43 No 47.
Lv Savannah...2:oop m B:ssam 8:37 p m
Ar (lbarleston..7:2s p m 12:40 pm 1:45 am
Ar Wilmington B:ospm 8-35 am
Ar Weldon 2:35 a m 2:45 p m
Ar Richmond 5:48 a m 6:10 p m
Ar Washington 10:30 a m 11:00 p m
Ar New York 5:30 p m 6:50 a m
Ar Yortßoyal 6:30 pm 11:40am
Ar Augusta 2:15 p m
No 34. No 40. No 42 . No4B
Lv Charl’n 8:15 a m 4:00 a m 3:20 p m 2:45 a m
I.v Port R’l 7:35 am 2:05 pm
LvAugusta 11:40 a m
Ar Sav'h 12:00 n’n 6:41 a m 7:00 pm 5:52am
All trains daily. Train No. 47 will stop only
at Ridgeland, Green Pond and Ravenel.
For Tickets, Sleeping Car reservations and
all other information, apply to Wm. Bren,
Ticket Agent, 22 Bull street, and at Charles
ton and Savannah Railway Tisket Offlee at
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway
C. S. GADSDEN, Supt.
S. C. Boylston, G. P. A:
J. W. Craig, Master Transportation.
MRS. R. C. FETZER, corner New Houston
and West Broad streets. Savannah, says :
' Brown’s Iron Bitters cured my daughter of
' dyspepsia when doctors failed to give relief.
My husband also used it for general debility
with marked benefit.
Piontla & Testern Baiiway
[All trains of this road are run by Central (90)
4eridiau time a-hich Is 36 mivntes slower than
Savannah time. |
Superintendent’s Office, 1
Savannah, November 1, 1884. J
ON and after November 2, 1884, Passenger
Trains on this road will run as follows:
ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
Lve rfavannnb daily at 6:12 a m
Ar Savannah dally at.. : 7;4»pm
Ar Jesup daily at 8:17 a m
Ar Waycross daily al 9:25 a m
Ar Callahan dally at 11:50 a m
Ar Jacksonville daly at 12:30pm
Stops at all regular stations between Savan
nah and Jacksonville.
Lve Savannah daily at 72)1 a m
ArSavannhh daily at 8:17 p m
Ar Jesup daily at 8:43 a m
Ar Waycross dally at ...9:50 am
Ar Callahan daily at.. ........11:29 a m
Ar Jacksonville daily at J2:t)Unoon
Ar Dupont daily at...... ...11:15 a ih
Ar Valdosta daily at i!2:06 pm
Ar Quitman daily at 12:40 pm
Ar Thomasville daily at 1:30 pm
Ar Bainbridgedaily at 8:30 p m
Ar Chattahoochee daily at 8:52 p m
Stops only at stations named above, and at
all stations between Thomasville and Chat
tahooebee. Passengers for Brunswick take
this train, arriving at Brunswick (viaß. & W.
Railway) at 1:13 p. m. Passengers for Fer
nandina, Waldo, Ocala, Leesburg, Gaines
ville, Cedar Key and all points on the Florida
Railway and Navigation Company, take this
train. Close connections at Jacksonville
dally for Green Cove Springs, St. Augustine,
Palatka, Enterprise, Sanford and all land
ings on St. Johns river.
Passengers for Pensacola, Mobile, New Or
leans, Texas and trans-Mlsslssippi points,
take this train, arriving at Pensacola at 10:05
pm, Mobile 2:40 am, New Orleans7:4s am.
Pullman Buffet and sleeping cars Waycross
to New Orleans.
Lve Savannah daily at 1:30 p m
Ar Savannah dally at 1:30 p m
Ar Jesup daily at 3:31 p m
Ar Waycross daily at 5:00 p m
Ar Callahan daily at 7:13 p m
Ar Jacksonville dally at 8:00 p m
Stops at all regular stations between Savan
nah and Jacksonville. Pullman parlor cars
from Savannah to Jacksonville.
Passengers for Brunswick take this train,
arriving at Brunswick (via B. and M. R.) at
8:16 p. m.
Lve Savannah daily at 4:20 p m
Ar Savannah daily at 8:4.5 a m
Ar Jesup daily at 7:00 p m
Stops at all regular and flag stations be
tween Savannah and Jesup.
Lve Svannah daily at. 7:20 p m
Ar Savannah dally at 6:05 a m
Ar Jesup dally at 9:58 p m
Ar Waycross daily at ..11:35 p m
Ar Callahan daily at 4:45 a m
Ar Jacksonville daily at 6:lsam
Ar Dupont daily at 1:20 a m
Ar Live Oak daily at 3:47 a m
Ar Gainesville daily at 7:00 a m
Ar Valdosta daily at 3:30 am
Ar Quitman dally at 4:30 a m
Ar Thomasville daily at 6:00 a m
Ar Albany daily at 10:30 a m
Pullman Palace Slleeping ears from Sa
vannah to Gainesville. Pullman Buffet
sleepinv cars from Savannah to Jackson
ville. Passengers for Brunswick, via Jesup
take this train, arriving at Brunswick at 6:15
Passengers for Fernandina, Waldo, Gaines
ville, Palatka, Cedar Key, Ocala, Wildwood.
Leesburg and all stations on Florida Railway
and Navigation Company and Florida South,
ern Railway take this train.
Passengers for Madison, Monticello, Talla
hassee and all Middle Florida points take
Connection at Jacksonville dally with Peo
ple’s Line of steamers and railroads for .St.
Augustine and all points on St. Johns River.
Through tickets sold and Sleeping Car
Berth accomdatlons secured at BREN’S
Ticket Offlee, No. 22 Bull street, and at the
company’s depot, foot of Liberty street.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen’l Pass. Agent.
R. G. FLEMING. Snpeintendcnt.
Cathedral Cemetery, Bona«
venture and Thunderbolt.
The following schedule will bs.
observed on and aftei MONDAY, Mav 12tb
LEAVE LEAVE LEAVE
SAVANNA!) BONAVBNTUB’ THUNDERBOLT
700 a. m 745 a. m 735 a. m,
10 35 a. m 240 p. m 12 30 p. m
300p.m. 400 p. m. 350 p. m,
3 50 p. m. 5 30 p. m. 5 20 p. m.
•6 20 p. m. 7 10 p. m.l 7 00 p. m,
’Saturday night’s last car leaves 7:15 instead
Take Broughton street cars 25 minu
before departure of Suburban trains.
V? T* COrV An nori’’
SAVANNAH, November 11, 1884.
On and after WEDNESDAY, November 12,
the following Schedule will be run on the
Leave Arrive Leave I Leave
City. City. Isle of Hope Montg’ry.
6:30 p. m. 8:40 a. m. 8:10 a. m. j 7:45 a. m.
Special schedule for Saturday
Leave Arrive Leave Leave
City. City. Isle of Hope Montg’ry.
10:25 a. m. 8:40 a. m. 8:10 a. m. 7:45 a. m.
*3:25 p. m. 2-00 p. m. 1:30 p. m. 1:00 p. m
7:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m.
*3:25 p. m.—T his Is the last train on Sun
davs. On Mondays there will be a tralnto
Montgomery at 6:45 a. m.
J. H. TOTTNRTON. Pros Men.
Savannah Club, Livery & Board Stables.
Corner Drayton, McDonough and Hull sts.
A. W. HAKMON, Prop’r.
Headquarters for fine Turn-Outs. Personal
attention given to Boarding Horses. Tele
phone No. 205.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Owing to the present occupant’s lease not
expiring until January Ist, 1885, I will not
, take possession of PULASKI HOUSE STA-
1 BLES until that date.
E. C. GLEASON.