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A QUEEN'S RED ItOOM.
Touching Description of Her Majes ty's, ami Brown's Quarters at Dunrobi n. From the Journal in the Highlands. The Duchess took me to my rooms, which hnl hcen purposely arranged ami handsomely furnished by the dear late Duke and Duchess for us hot!), and consist of a siting room iiext to the drawing room, with a turret cornmunicatinix hy a small passage with the dressing room, Avhich opens into the bed ruom and another room, which is my maid's, and was intended for dearest Albert's dressing room. I went to see .Bea trice's room, whic h is close by, down three steps in the samo passage. Fraulein Bauer and Morgan, her dressser, are near her. Brown lives just opposite, in the room intended for Albert's valet. It was formerly the prison. I will describe my rooms. They are very high; the bed room is the largest and very handsome, with a beautiful bed with white and gold flowers and doves at each corner (just like one at Clieveden), with light blue furniture, and gold and white around the cornice of the ceil ling, pale blue and white pannels, bk'e satin spangled with yellow leaves(which look like gold) on the Avails and furniture and carpet to match. The dressing room the same, but. pale blue and p'mk silk tinted on the Avails. The sitting room, pale sea-green satin, Avith the ciphers of the late Duke and Duchess and their daughters on the ceilling. The fur niture of light wood, and the sofas, chairs, tables etc., reminded me greatly of CTievenden and Station! House. Tho little boudoir has a small domed ceiling, spangled Avith golden stars, and the furniture the same. There are some pretty pic tures in the sittiug room and prints in the other rooms. At 9:ao Ave breakfasted in the sitting room and soon after saw the Duchess. At 10:40 T Avalked out Avith the Duchess, and Beatrice to the steps, of Avhich there are several llightsjeadiivg down to the garden, Avhich is very pretty and where there are fountains, and from here straight on to the sea, which is closer to the house, by half a mile I should say, than at Osborne. We Avalked along lure and then up and into the orettv bvre for Avre shire cows and a little , farther on to the dairy, a very nice, cool, round I one. i he Duchess told Brown to open the sitting room, and we found it occupied by a policeman in bed, which we were not at all prepared for and Avhieh caused much amusement. DAILY NEWS. A six - column newspaper, pub- j Palatka, Florida, at Five! P. CUNNEELY. FineWin Ai JLi. . . s A, eniQuors Devereux, mincroi ailllUIn, i - nevertJ Avkt .-, !i : 1V.1 t'liotee I Si- I i I t v i Mop o i a:s i on : i . o ii 'RING AND SUMMER DRY GOOD! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. .Democratic in heiess accredits ! Imported i ii all politico! factions with honesty of I Billiard ancl Bowling purpose, and the intention to con serve the interests of the public. however, as it does, that KJ We Will Display in a day or two, fresh from the Markets, a Most Elegant ; l0 V , Democratic party, as organised ranors Attacnea Watkk Sti:i:it, - - PALATK ,. - I . Florida Sentin el' Kaii. ,!,. I u .5S i ". ( It't'll i; Si' l-Eli I VI'KN liKM'. i'.Vl.ATK . .1:111. ;.'(, !v-f. (JOINti SOI'Tll. Stock of SPRING GOODS in all varieties suited to the season. A Full and Detailed Enumeration of the Different Lines will Occupy this Space in a Few Days. DEVEREUX, RQGERO & SON. WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL DEAL!. US l.V L m L i Hardware 1 iR 0 . IV It" IIS m n Irocenes, .to., ETC. A FFLL AM CO.MFLiTE LINK OF F.YKYTIIINC IX She Knew She Was l.i",ht. Ilismark Tribune. riie other day a liismark enlle- 'iian was eomins up from Standing .Rock and stopped to see a man w ho lives near the Cannon liall River. In response to his knock at the door he heard a shrill, sharp '"Come in!" and upon entering found a sharp faced, angular woman sitting in the room under an open scuttle-hole leading into the loft ahovc, with a shot-o-un on her knee. "I"s the gent leman of t he iiouse in?"1 he asked. 'Ves, sir; he air." "Can I see him a moment?" No, sir; you can't see hide nor hair o?i "im!" "Why can't I, madam? 1 would like to speak to him on hu.siness." "If you was a dyin' an' dim was the only doctor in Dakotv, you couldn't sot an eye on him till he iives in an' talks descent. At din ner a while ago he told me to pass 'im the apple soss, an' I tole 'im it wasn't soss, hut sass, an' he said he knowed better, it was soss, an' 1 tole him that w'en he tuk a notion that ix little apple sass'd feel soothin to his stomache to say so, and he said he'd have that soss'r die. Then I tol' him IM defen' that sass with life an' made a break for the shot-jjun, an' he made a break up thro' the scuttle inter the loft. When his soiices comes to him an' he gives in that sass is sass, he kin come down, but if lie makes a break afore that, o IT goes the top of his head. Thar sets the sass, stranger, an' thar's Jim up in the loft, an' that's the way the matter stands jist now, an' 1 reckon you'd better morsey along an' not get mixed inter the row!" As the gentleman moved awav he heard her voice saying: "Jim, w'en yon git tired o' yer lurn fool in' and want this sass, jes' squeal out!" And a gruff voice from the dark some garret rosponden. "Sssr i i I i ASK M INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK. GRIFFIN'S BRICK BLOCK, CORNER FRONT AND LEMON STREETS. mm i i ir j ma or i .I FLORIDA. rI,liiij Spae i;s I.s''j'vl loi 3 "1 Who is North at Present Purchasing his 111 our State and throughout the boutn, represents the virtue and intelligence of the people, it will strive to advance its success by all honorable means. It will attempt in addition to point out any abuse of official power, and will strike ever at corruption and dishonesty in the maD.agem.ent of public affairs. THE YEAR 1884 is a campaign year; a president is to be chosen to succeed the present re publican Incumbent, a great struggle decided on the principles which are to guide our national policy for at least four years. Towards the set tlement of questions so vital the Mews will give its best efforts to public opinion in the direc- majority of our people. To do this more efiectualiy the edit 01 STATIONS. I.v I'al.Uka Ar I nil riai lirn " Wait's ('!(!.- inn . " (ilUl'lil' ' ! k-aii py " l.oihliic " Ut'.l.liclvs ala " North Lake Weir. " South Lake W. ir. Ar I,'ol)irs.r M 1 1. . .1 1 j S:.-ji; (iOINC NOIi'l'll. Av ti d': u .--. I ; 10; j, " l .'. r. i- v: :;:! " (!.:.' ' 7 " STATIONS. ! mam. i Ai-oni-.rtii I.v l.eeshur.ir T.-s m ,s n."i Ar South UiUo Woir. . . S:!.". " !;;: " " North Iike Weir. .. . S:'." " lo.-ui " ' H'ala !t::.'.-, j: nl " " Roddicks in; .-, " ,. M ' l,ochlio 10:.1 " ;;)() - " Mieiiiiopy " " (iruollo.'. ii;ir, " i:;i " Wjiit's (Vossuisr :a-, ' .-" " " Iiitorlac lu-ii iri; I T r i T:ti- ' Ar Palatka i : m s ;io tion S Aft will, at an early day, begin the publi- Ik an cation of LOOK OUT 8Xi: iSOYELTIES ITV A. WEEKLY THIS SPACE RESERVED a folio, 48-coiumn paper, equip- First-Glass G-oocis Oxi.157- ped each week with all the current news, or a complete digest of the social political and general happen ings of the day. This publica- the subscription price rate of One Dollar per annum, we hope to be able to intro duce into every household in this sec tion too remote from mail facilities to admit of a daily delivery. We feel free to urge our friends in Putnam county knd out of it to help us further the An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan- distribution of both Of OUT publica- GS S ?illahSdSy!n thw Carrlbb8an a,.by z' I tions. A copy wfll be sent gratis to vers, Sneaa & Go., of Richmond, Va. We are now offering this! 4. n 1 v , High Grade Fertilizers to the Planters and Orange Growers of j every getter-Up 0l a Club 01 ten SUb- JU. tfl n fel I il y 11 fi Asto the Caivwuni Wotnou (if Ahum t;i. 'iiu'innati Li t tor in tl:o l'Vol:imI hoader. Whilo Mat(hew AnuKl was at a dinner arty hoiv lu lvmarkod tliat American womonlook pale, unhappy and careworn. A lady at ids side said: "If you look about you, Mr. Arnold, vu will see that the ladies' here to-day are as fair, eare free and ; Florida, feeling confident that it is just the thing they need, hav- j gJCrlberS to either the dailv Or WOeklV ll- 1 l - i- ll v bLUUU LI C LKbL SIU HY SHIP WITH T IP 1PCf 1-PrTI !7PrC in ThQ - J wbwbw m a m mum MWW4i III 1IW market for a number of years, and continues to errcw in popu larity whsrever it is used. j Address all corresiDondence to he." 'rite teaeher of lucidity rai.-ed liis eye-trlass and, jxaz'm; critically, .said in a supposed tone: "Well upon my soul, Mrs. Arnold is the onlyeareworn one in theroom." editions. fllillKlN P1JOMTTT.V Krr.T.Fn AXD 1 Ti lit r ATTAV FfuvKurn -v ippnrmrtv tv S. II. IOYL & CO., IT Imnorters Aonts. Wutor srr,t TAT. 4Tk' v rioiittu J- . HEPALATZA DAILY NEWS. TUAINS AliUI Yi: AT CUM SVIII.T. h'loni Iiiliitk:i. ( H:t"i V M ( (ciila ami l.ooslmr ( ":lttp.M Kfoni M icanojiy i:j;, ; tkains li:ayk(;aii:sviu.k. " For l'alat ka, t m ami ((calaami Loosimrvr s t.iHi m Kor Micaiiopy f,:l,", MIC.WOl'V. Train loaves M . . . . V. . S:;l v t Train arrives at . . .7:-,'S i i First -class car tliroii!i !mm l'al.nka io Caines illo on iill trains. (' n. rent ,s. I .t Palatka u itli last i ier steamers for" Si ' Aimiistme, C recti Coe S.i ii):'s. .lacksian ili" ami all iioints North, Fast anl West, ami wit !i tip river steamers Tor South Floii.la. Als with the Twin Screw Iron S;eamer "( 'it y ol l'alat ka."' for ( 'harlot on, ;cw 'rk iloto?) I'liilailelj. hia. etc. At Wait's Crosshi'.:' v it h rcninsnlar Railroad lor Waldo. At Cainesville wilh Transit Uailroail for ( elar Key, I'ciisaeoia, New ( (rlcaiw and Tan u. At oca la with Tii!t--t. Uailwav ami Hack: lor Silver Springs. At l.ccsliur with ln.al- on Lake Harris (01 points on l.nkc ami a!on St. .Inhns amll.akc Kustis Uailwa.v. A Ko it'i lirahain's liack1- lor l!looks ilie. Slll'l!er ilie :ln,l Mil l.oliO- in Soul h Florida.. S. CON A NT. .1 AS. It. HOU.SSTF.I!. o neriil M;m:itiT. S-.:poimlemlent. o. w. i:i;o.Mvia,.. c,. -p. i F. A. Savannah, 5 !.i:.l.: tV Wcslcin K'v. All trains of tiiis road :ire run l. IVnlnl i!ithi Meridiaiu time, which is net.i.ies slower 1 han .hicksmn ilie t hue. ()NF ami after Siuala.v. No nii.er !:; l-s:' I'ni iitvr Trains w ill c :m-l :i-ri-e :w follows; S:.'ia a in 1ll;(KI p in '.t-.f! a HI .!!:(( a hi . U.; p 111 o. 1 I p 111 . .'i:m( p in : en p 111 . !:.':!:! p l.i . :.':- p 1,1 :::'.!i p m .-. a p iii . ':.Vl p in ::' ; m . :..n p i,: . ;".;:,! pi:; . 1 ; : : p la . I:!". a a. I'' il I.: ; r. .. !.,. i i" i is. m M M.-. I.; ; IVii-.h'-..;l, n lord witii 'edar K. y ;oiida, .! .ii l.cv th - : C( (l;ir i. ev :s alter ;,r- :.:(! p iii :.';.') in ii: ,ii pin ."i:"t"i p in !'.::;i; p in IT l ii! oil A i;i.i:s 1 1 -n i Leave Jacksonville riaiiv at. - . . Arriv e :if .lacksom ilie dailv ai . Arrive iit ( 'illinium dailv in' Arrive at Wayeros daily at Arrive at Suwannee Arriv e at l.ike lak dnilv ai Arrive at New lira ni ord da ii.v a I . . Arriveal Ihtinswiek ;i,s at A rriv c at .losn p da iiy :o . Arrive jit Savannah la;! Leave Savannah dailv a! Arrive at, Yein;imcd,'iilv ;it Arrive iit Charleston da'ilv r.t Arrive iit Thomasv ilie lia'ilv at...' A.rriv c at Ha i nl rid,e . i ; " S1 . A rriv e at 'hat t .ilioo. h. .'l.i i : ? Arrive at I'lir-.u-oia da i. i: ; An iv e .:l Mohiie dailv a: A rriv e at N evv I tih a ; d.. i h .-. . I'tdinaoi I'a iloi-( 'a r on (':,s Vile to Sa Vi:l!!';lll. 'oniiect ill . at I 'l.att;:l:.n: ! ce v. . l.i and .' t la i :i ii- I tai :i oa. i o-, ,.,i Mol.ile, New iri'ii;is, Te.a . . I ,.: sissinpi I'oini.-. I'liiiinan Ci:' , a ( ars on this t rain. .1 a !-" -on , ,1 ; (, Mobile and New ( irli-an. Thi.i 'l'r:iin coniii ct at ew !.,, steanier Caddo Uelii, h-!vin ami uwanee Kiver ponii-evei Thursday lnorninr, a rriv in; a t Ce same afternoon. Uctiirnin';,, 1 a every Tuesday and Friday inoniii: rival of ( I nil' steiiinhiis. FAST VI Ml,. Lea( Jacksonv ille daily at Arrive at Jaeksonv ilie dniiv iit Arrive at allahan d.i ily at Arrive at Wi;y ros. daily us Arrive iit Jessup daily at Arrive at Savaiuiiih dailv at .vri ive in i uariesion uanv iit pt.i a m A rrivc at Wa-hinuton, !'. '., i;uly at..l 1:1 hi p ta Arrive at N(-w York daily at . . . ." t;:;ii) ii m I'ulliiiaii I'alace Farlor Cars on this train be tween Jaeksonv ilie mid Savannah. Conncctiiiir at Wuycro.s w it h Through FiilJ maii I'aliice Hullet, and liravvim- Kihhii sleep ing Cars, Waycross to .New York without ( haiif-e. JACKSON V1 1, , K KX I'l.KSS. Le.ave Jaeksonv ilie diiily iit... Arriv c at Jiieksonville daily at Arrive at Callahan daily at Arrive at Waycross daiiv at.. . Arrive iit Albany daily ;it Arrive at Jesup'daily at Arrive at. Macon da'ilv iit Arrive at Atlanta daily at Arrive iit Chat tanooira da il v iit Arrive at Nashville daily at . .. Arrive iit Louisville daiiv sit.... Arrive at Cincinnati daiiy iit.. Arrive at 'hica-o dailv iit Arrive at St. Louis dai'iv at... i'ulliiiaii Sleeping Cars on this Train to Cin cinnati via the Waycross and to Chattanooga, via Jo up. KA:,T KI.OItlDA t:.IM!i;sS. leave Jacksonville daily at !i;:i p m A rriv e at Jacksonville daily at . ...... :i a in Arrive at Callahan daily at 10:17 lu Arrive at Waycross daily at :" il tit Arrive at Joup daily at had a m Arrive at Siivitnimh 'iaily at..... ":" a m Arrive at A uirusta daily at l:.'::.1i p ia Arrive iit Charleston daiiy tit . . .1!:F a in Arrive at Washiiifrton daily iit ia::Jr a m Arrive at New York daily iit ."::ju p ni. Arrive at Thoniasville daily at T:!" a iu Arrive at Albany daily at. 11:1.", a in Arriv e at Monttronierv dailv iit i-::;0 p m Arrive at New Orleans dally at lcl'i a it? Arrive iit Nashville daily iit :l( a m Arrive iit Louisville daily at :$:( m Arrive at Cincinnati ditiiv at 7 ; m Arrive at St. Louis daily at 7:'i a ni Arriv e at Chicairo daily su :(ii n n Pullman I'alace ISullet. and !)ravvin.- lloont Sleeping Cars on this Train to V.'a- lilm-ion. Pullman Palace sleepim,- ( ars, Ja.-k.nvillc to Savannah. 1'iiU'nan Sleepinir Curs on this Train to Louis ville ia Thoniasville. Pullman Hotel and S!oepiiiir Cars on this Train to Cincinnati via Savannuh. A Hestaurant has len op iiel at Wavcrr.w and iibiindant time will le ii!lowel for' iae.Vii by alt imssenircr trains. Conneetinsr at Savannah with .t-amer for New York, Philadelphia, liostou ;ind JJalti-' more. Conncctiii- at . 'harleston with steamers for New York, Piiiladelphia ami liitltimort; Trains on P. and W. ii. It. leave junction li-oini. west, at 1;J:10 i. in., and for rirunswiek at 1:10 p. m.. daily. Through tickets sold to all jMiirus i,y ijj-n and Steamship coma-ct ior.s. and lia-we Che;kel throiifrh. Also Sle.-pins' Car berths and wet ions 8eciri--d at CoiTitanys Ollicein Astor's IJuildinsr, 84 liy street', and at Deaor. , Ticket Office. JAS. L. TA YL11, . TVriI . General l'artper Ajrent A. M. IV ES, Agent. ."cr.ii p m !t::m a in t'i:i." p in :-" p iu :.:::.-. a m 1 1 : (o p III :) a m I-r'a , m S:"il p nr l::r. a m 7:."a a m 7;iK a iii tithi p in :) n I