It is estimated that there are now
between 600,000 and 700,000 people
in Dakota Territory, 200,000 more
expected this year.
The album of the Bank of Eng
land in which specimens of counter- j
feits are preserved has three notes f
which passed through the Chicago
fire. Though they are burnt to a j TJ-j ,1 tt(
crisp, black ash, the paper is scarcely H A 1 (I W (j, H
broken, , and the engraving is as!
clear as new. - j
New England, according to the j-,
Boston Journal, will vote in the j
Chicago llepublican Convention
nearly in this way; Massachusetts,
Vermont and probable New I lamp- j
shire and Ithode Island will be for j
Edmunds, Maine for Blaine and j
The Evangelical Alliance will not j
meet this year in Stockholm. The
European members deem it -'inex- I
pedient" that a conference be held j
there, and accordingly all action re- J
lating to the proposed conference j
has been rescinded bv the American j
branch of the alliance. Not onh j
had delegates been elected, but their
state-rooms in some instances had
Among those invited to the re
cent celebration in Paris of the six
tieth anniversary of Greek inde
pendence was Victor Hugo, who
excused himself in the following let
ter: "I will be with you in heart
at the celebration of Greek deliver
ence. I celebrated formerly that
event in verses, a line of which oc
curs to me to this effect. It is that
Itally is the mother and Greece the
the grandmother of our civilization."
Thurlow Weed's remedy for in
temperance is ofter referred to.
Briefly, it is an abundance of cheap,
pure wine. Mr. AVeed wrote:
"France and England are divided
by a narrow channel; Fiance pro
duces wine as a beverage; England
grows hops and brews beer. The
French people are ind jstrious, fru
gal and sober; in England theiabor
ing classes are improvident, intem
perate and degraded."
Nine rosy-cheeked peaches, each
partly wrapped in delicate tissue pa
per, attracted the attention of the
people in lower Broadway, New
York, a few days ago, to the show
case of a fruit store. As each suc
ceeding crowd gathered around the
show case some one would ask a
salesmen the juice. lie said in re
ply: "Seventy-five cents each. They
were grown in a hot-house. They
are the first of the season, and Ave
have no difficulty in selling them."
The "return relative to deaths in
the British merchant service for
1882" gives 1011 deaths of seamen
from disease out of a total of 4059
deaths on the seas and abroad; 21;1
were drowned by shipwreck, 103G
otherwise than by wreck, and 2 KG
were killed bv other accidents, ma
king 3453 accidental cases. The
figures are regarded as approximate
only, their value consisting in the
proportionate mortality as to deaths
bv disease and accident.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALEBS IN
Palatka Daily News
A HANDSOME, NEWSY
A FI LL AND COMPLETE LINE OF EVEVTHfNG IN THE
Hardware and Grocery Line
WE ASK m INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK.
GRIFFIN'S BRICK BLOCK, CORNER FRONT AND LEMON STREETS.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
FOli TI 1 11
i HAVE JUST OPENED
A first-class Meat Market, and keep constant
ly on hand a supply of fresh beef, pork, poul
try, ami vegetables in season. ( loods delivered
five. (Jive me a trial is all 1 ask.
C. If. WHIG, eor. Lemon & :?nl Sis.
The French people are about to
enjoy, for the first and last time, the
opportunity of seeing in one collec
tion all the crown jewels of France.
They are to he exhibited in the
Louvre, ami immediately after the
CORNER 4TH & LEMON STS.
Best Florida Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc.
full line family groceries, chickens, butter,
eggs, vegetables, etc., always on hand, (ion: Is
sold as cheap as elsewhere in the citv. Give us
LANSING & CO.
Keep constantly on hand a complete stock of
We have now an assortment of
VERY FINE TEAS
LANSING & CO.,
Lemox Street, - - PALATKA. FLA
NEW YORK, im.
About sixty million conies of The Sr.v have
AV. .1. ZlJJMWVJL.'r,
Dealer in all kinds of
Furniture, Mattresses, Spring Beds,
01illlveiii-j Cm rrintcct, etc.
W. O. WOLTZ,
Lemox Stkeet, Palatka, Fla.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
TOILET &. FANCY ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
2,000,000 ACRES of LAND
FOli SALE BY
FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO
Orange Growing, Truck Farming
These I.ands are located in the following'
Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Clay,
Columbia, Hernando, Hillsboro, Levy,
Marion, Manite'e. Monroe, Orange, Polk, Put
i am, Sumter, St. Johns, and Yolusia.
For further information, address
C A. 1HA11I3AX,
Palatka, Feoki a.
gone out of our establishment during the past
r, ,-..1,-.-. im,ttli
exhibition their lonij heralded sale if you were' to p;ste end to end ail the col-
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
"VnliIiiKtii, -1- f
REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER DEVOTED
J.Y solely to the interests of the party and
the nation. Its editorial columns are devoted
almost entirely to national, political, and local
matters, all subjects being viewed from a
broad, liberal party standpoint and treated in
dependently, without regard or favor toper
sons or i'acuons.
The news columns contain full and accurate
reports ot all mutters at the capital, together
with general telegraphic ne.vs. special lctte-s
IS to bejjin. A lew Ot them, WllH-h vou would get ?i continuous strip of interesting S T1"" " 'ort' corps ot cor. -sp.mdeiits at home
. . . i information, common sense wisdom, sound luui ul,l,''1. reports Uni;vruade without color
possess Special historic or intrinsic doctrine, and sane wit long enough to reach I ,r thl ?"k' au" nn,i ' )-'i't't heing m every
, . , v T . r t from Print intr House suur,re to the top of ' trom the smallest to t, r irreatest to ive
vnhio me hiiiincthe Koo-imt in. th xi..,,. i i... ,i i !- ... the tacts m the most conn ueiit and attrac-
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FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
rjMIE IMPORTANCE OF PALATKA AS A
trade distributing point and railway center,
and its magnificent location at the head of
ocean navigation on the St. Johns, anil in the
midst of a charming- farming and fruit produ
cing section, renders it a natural local point
for the news of the Peninsular, and affords
the opportunity to make it what it is pro
nounced by the press to be, a iirst-class news
paper, both in its make-up and in the charac
ter of its collated news.
i o i r i a i, i .
The News is Democratic, and while it will be
courteous to all, it will stand steadfast in its
adherence to those principles of that party,
the success of which'alone insures liberty and
The Year 1884 is a Campaign Year
Both the National and State Campaigns are to
be waged. Towards the settlement of the
momentous political issues they involve.
E W S
i .. it... ... l - . i
r . I flirt rvrnn f rn hi' it ill I i-i-.f nm.i.l . : ,.
as national property; presumably,
says the St. James Gazette, in ease
they might be wanted again.
Karl Krom, a journalist, rode a
! ters of the wav back to the moon again.
But iiiKSt s is written tor the inhabitants i
of the earth: this same strip of intelligence i
would girdle the globe twenty-seven or '.
twenty-eight times. ' "
If every buyer of a copy of The Sex during :
the past year has tpent only one hour over it, j
and if his wife or his grandfather has spent I
another hour, tins newspaper in lss: has af-
forded the hiinian i nce thirteen tlioii:m1 e:irs '.
bicycle from Detroit, Mich., to : of steady reading, night and day.
i It is only by little calculations like thesetliat
Staunton, Vt., a distance ot 1422 ! .vou can form any idea, of thecirculation of the
i most popular of American newspajH-i-s, or of
miles, at an ayeraie rate ot tortv- its intluence on the opinions and actions of j
" , ' American men and women,
two miles a day. One day lie made The Si x is, and will continue to be. a news- i
' . ., i pait-r which tells the truth without f.ar of
Over 100 miles. OllC hundred miles j consequences, which gets at the facts no nmt-
, .. I ter how much the process costs, which presents
111 twelve hours has been done t re- j the news nil over the world without waste of
. y i t i t . 1 words and in the most readable shape, which i
OUentlV. One llUlldred and twenty , is working with all its heart for the cause of
., , , . ,. . , honest government, and which therefore be-
miles 111 ten hours riillllir time has lieves that the Republican party must go, and
, , ! -i' must go in this comiiii.' vearof our Lord, Ism.
been done. A ride Ot L'o( miles i if you know Thk Si x, you like it already,
. , A , ! j and you will read it with aVcustomed diligence
Without dismount was done ill hll- , and profit during what is sure to Ik- the most
! t -i i interesting year in its history. If vou do not
land, and 1404 miles m six days, know The Si x, it is high time to get into the
ridinsr eighteen hours a day. YV. V. ul"1 "
Sutton rode 2G0 miles over English
rcmiTa inii.lrt nf t n-imtr.f'iin r Iiaiivo I mail, postpaid, as follows :
' t j DAI LY 50 ce
will give its untiring efforts to iniluence pub
lic opinion for the best interests of the people.
To do this more effect uaily, the editors will
at once begin the publication of
The Weekly News
A folio 4S-clumn paper, equipped with the
currnet news, or a complete digest of the hap
penings of the week.
This publication, at the ju ice of
'"emits to M 1 1 NubserlbvrK.
The several editions of The Sex are sent bi
nts a mouth. Jo a year: with
SUNDAY tight pages. This edition
tive shap' for all classes of re. ders.
The editorial patre is vigorou.- 'y and uncom
promi.ingly republican; the news columns are
as unbendingly independent.
Much of the space of the weekly edition of
The Republican will be given up to the news
of the capital, but there will be in addition
carelully selected stories and miscellaneous
matter of general interest. Each issue will
Full and careful reports of the proceedings
of congress when in session.
Appointments by the president.
Executive messages, and all interesting news
from the executive departments.
Abstracts of all laws passed.
Treaties with I ndians and foreign nations
All information from the office of the comp
troller of the currency of interest to banks
Weekly statements of the trcaurv.
Hulings of the customs and internal revenue j
Special information for manufacturers. J
Valuable statistics from the statistical bu
reau of the treasury. j
Full reports lrom'the agricultural bureau, j
Lists of patents issued, with rulings of the !
Information in regard to public hinds. I
News from the tension office. I
Edtu at ional matters.
Interviews with the most nrominent men of I
the nation most of whom visit the capital j Putnam county, to aid us in the distribution
more or less lrequently, on politics, art, ;
science, etc, ' j 0f both our publications.
In short. Hie Weekly Kenublican will con- i
tain a vast amount of interesting reading lor j
EOBT. IR. BEZD,
THE IsLTTTZ- STO?71
I .V L V. T It .V, F L O K I) .V.
IR,ol3i3 IR Eeid &: Son
lv o n lc i , 1" 1 ! i l
Dealers in Genera! Merchandise. A Full Line of G:
partment. Always give us a Ca;
jDt in Ei
ATVI WIlOI.l.SAT.I lIAiyil?-; 1T
FLOUR, GRITS, CORN, HAY, OATS, BRAN, COTTG
SEED MEAL & FERTILIZERS.
GRIFFIN'S BLOCK, WATER STHEET, PALATKA, FLA.
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention and Quick Shipments Mai
II. L. GHEEN. MAHTIN C. Hi FIT N.J.
ZEE. Xj. GrlRTUZEICT & CO.
Keep constantly on hand a full and attractive stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR KENS', BOYS' AND LADIES' Wt
We ask an inspection of our stock. No trouble to show goods. Don't come up to the feast .
be found without a wedding garment. All the best manufacturers an' rt presented
in our stock, both hand and machine goods. Ladies and (Jents very tine
goods a specialty. Lkmox Stukkt. PALATKA, FLOHIDA.
W3I. ,J. AVIilX.VU S: CO.. liAKKKS.
A General ICiiiiKin Uusiness Transacted. 1 iu jiikI -
loi-oijsii IxcJiiilifi-e. Coi'i'espoiulents: New' Ytirk IIrxt I'
tionul liiinlv; lvomitze Bros., !.tii; 1 si i'i'K TNutloi
13. HILL & CO.
IPnro (5"clo o & Commission
Shipments of Potatoes, Onions, Cabbages, etc., received daily. Consignments of '' rida
Fruits. Vegetables and Pioduce solicited.
Heferences: Win. J. Winegar A: ')., Bankers, Palatka: E. C. & C. S. Titl'anv, San Mateo, Fla.
OPERA MOI SE Bl'lLDINt;, PALATKA. FLA.
Acker, Merrall ii ( 'o.'s
Billiard and Bowling
Savannah, Florida & Western H'y
AVii-vo!-!s Short Iino.
All trains of this road are run by Co itra
tiHtth) Meridiam lime, which is ;! mmitCf
slower than Jacksonville time.
ON and after Sunday, NovciuIht
Passenger Trains will leave and a
CI I AU I.FSTON K.X 11 ESS.
Leave. Jacksonville daily at
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at
Arrive at Callahan dailv at
Arrive at Waycro- ,'aily at
Arrive at Hfi wann. . . .
Arrive at LikeOak (aiiy at
Arrive at Nca' Bra 'ford daily at
Arriv e at Bn nswk.i daily at
Arrive at Jes sup dady at
Arrive at Sav inuaii daily at
I ALATKA, I LA.
we hope to introduce into e erv household in
this section too remote to be reached by our
We urge our friends, both in and out of
Y I-VUC.E, COMFORTABLE TWO-STORV
LOG HOUSE, with wide verandas on all sides,
the coolest place and healthiest situation in
the pine woods around Palatka. Only half an
hours drive from town. Kitchenand outhouse
for servants separate. A good well with splen
did and abundant water, fine garden, green
houses, orange, lemon and other fruit trees;
wagon shed and stables for horses mid cows,
chicken yard with about fifty laying hen.
Address, i. I-"., Box 1 JS.J,
Post Office. Palatka, Fla.
Or, E. It. McKEAN,
Real Estate Agent.
GOOD MOWS FOK
QN AND AFTER MARCH 25, ls4, THE
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA INLAND STEAM
BOAT COMPANY will organize a perfect day
light service from Jacksonville every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday to all points North,
known as the
Only eleven hours from Jacksonville to sa
vannah. Leave Jacksonville. F. & J. R. R a. m.
Leave Fernandina by Palace St'm's. .s:4:n. m.
Arrive Montgomery 5:i"ip. m.
Arrive Savannah t,;S, j. ni.
NO HURRY OR BUSTLE,
NO HEAT OR DUST.
Sure connections made with steamers for
Boston. New York and Philadelphia, also with
fast trains from Savannah to all points North
and West. Rates a low as by any other line.
For Tickets and information apple to
LIVE V ALBEX.
; Moragne Pharmacy.
Vfull tive octave 1 notes i Organ, three feet
ten inches hiirh, three feet four and a half
i innches wide, full size Parlor Organ, suitable
j for Lodges. Sunday School.-,, Vet.riei, K;,ging
I Schools. Any one wi.-hing a Good. Stromr and
' well-made instrument, for me small .-urn of
j SiViJii. call and look at them on Kirby Mreet.
i (Organ CaM? outhe I'iazziii.S. II. MitKii.i..
hoe with e
dy for 'i':
Texa., and all trail
an Butl'et and Sit,
ksoiivdle to Pens.
every citizen of the nation, which it will give
turn- more fully and in greater variety than bvanv
An Enjrlish tricvclist's ii-oorl of
roiui nnmrr tivr t ho vi':ir S - ! isties tlie current news oi i.ne wnna, special ar- ; other ibitut in th. -rnntri- it , ni k.. .........
- 0 ., T . I tides of exceptional interest toeverybody.and ' which the readers of other weeklv and even ' of club of the nbe, i'
amounted to OOoii unit's. Ill six i literary reviews of new books of the highest daily, papers will feel thev cannot afford to i ""-UM
years and a half the iiumbor of weekly si a year. Eight pages, of the i Wiiite found to Xri l Y
" inaiieroi iue uuo bjiki, au.iuiwui. , price oi subscription tothe farmer, the me-
caauie, tne runway man, the banker, the man-
A copy will l? mailed free tothe getter-up
rs to either the Dailv
11 . ... : oen niiuier?i i ur u;ui w?ui-3 , nu i icuu u
Wlieeiinen 111 the I lilted t:;tes lias al Department of uneoualed value, special
increased from thret
best bievelinrr record
-.v...j, DW,i,s.ldI thpSi-x n. y nrv
nuii-L-of in i -t anil I i Tt' Cf"itnf-ir.-k oiil
oo rFt ! '""',v,'. -y," "lauuin, me politician in iacttoeverylHMir.
? to oO,(K0. I he domestic intelligence make The et:kly M'n ; The Daily i postage prepaid) ier year . . s to
p ., ; inr ovsitei lt.il llic .uiuici 5 uuitM-tiuiu. AO . llie eCKXV ' 1 -jjj !
tor a Bine i clubs of ten with ?hi. an extra corv free. I l!it iiviimft r n.ittnfR, ir !
Address I W FIT.T IXTI Piiblislier Tirr' vitiAvii 1)-..;.,..
Washinifton, D. C. '
Address all coi resnondenoe to
THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS.
Iu Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit, State
of Florida, in and for Putnam Count v.
STEPHEN HART, i
JOHN It. MARSH ALL and f
JANE MARSHALL, his wife, j
TT APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT THAT
1 the defendants reside out of the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit, of the State of Florida, and !e
yond the limits of said State, to-wit.: in the
State of Arkansas. Now, therefore, it is or
dered that the defendants, John 11. Marshall
and Jane Marshall, his wife, do apjx-ar and ad
swer the complainants bill Hied against them
in the Court on or before the 7th dav of Juiv,
lK.s4, otherwise said bill may be taken pro enn
fesso. Witness my hand, and the seal of our
saiii Court, this, 21st March, 1SS4.
i seai.1 Wm. F. Forward,
Clerk Circnit Court,
Arrive at Yei. - at
Arrive at ( ha lv at
Arrive at Thoi. uly at
Arrive at Bainl. lv at.
Arrive at Chatta. daily at
Arrive? at 1'ensaco at."
Arrive ut Mobile .
Arrive at New ( r-.
vile to Savannah.
Connect ing at CI,
la and Miantie Rail.
Mob:ie 'W Orleiin'
sis , oints. l'uli
( on this train, .1.
Mot' i.' and New Orlc,
This T'-ain connects ,st Neiv Branford
Kteamer Ctulilo Belle, jeavii.g for Cedar
and Suwanee Riicr jk 'nts every Motiday
Thursday tmu ning, arr.i ing nt ('edar Key
same afternoon. Returning, leaves Cedar j
every Tuesday ami Friday mornings alter
rival of Gulf steamships.
FAST M II..
Leave Jacksonville daily at L'::?0
Arrive at Jacksonville dai yat
Arrive at Callahan daily al ;J:10
Arrive at Waycross daily a ,r):0)
Arrive at Jessup daily n't ti:.'lfi
Arrive at Savannah dailv at :17 .
Arriv e at Charleston daily at 1:45 .
Arriv e at Washington. D. C, .'aily at..H:(0 '
Arrive at New York daily at ti:;S0 i
Pullman Palace Parlor Cars on this train
tween Jacksonville and Savannah.
Connecting at Waycross with Through P
man Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Sh
ing Cars, Waycross to New York with
JA KS N VI I.I.E KX I'HKSS.
Leave. Jacksonville daily at...
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at
Arrive at Callahan dailv at". . . .
Arrive at Wav cross daily ut
Arrive at Albany daily at
Arrive at. Jesup'daily"at
Arrive at Macon daily at
Arrive at Atlanta daily at
Arrive at Chattanooga daily at
Arrive at Nashville daily at
Arrive at Louisville dauy at. . .
Arrive at Cincinnati daily at. .
Arrive at Chicago daily at
Arrive at St. Louis dailv at. . .
Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to
cinnati via the Waycross and to ( hattai:
EAST FI.OlilllA KXPHKSM.
Leave Jacksonville dailyat
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at
Arrive at Callahan daily at"
Arrive at Waycross daily at
Arriv e ut .Tesupdaily at!
Arrive at Savannah'daily at... ....
Arrive1 at Augusta daily at
Arrive at Charleston daily at.
Arrive at Washington daily at
Arrive at New Yorkdailj at
Arrive at Thomasviile daily at
Arrive at Albany daily at
Arrive at Montgomery daily at .
Arrive at NewOrleani daily at
A rrive at Nashville daily at
Arrive at Iniisviile daily at
Arrive at Cincinnati daily at...... .
Arrive at St. Louis daily at
Arrive at Chicago daily at
Pullman Palace Buffet and Dnn it-u- 1
Sleeping Cars oil this Train to Wasnington.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, Jacksot: v'l!
Pullman sleeping Cars on this Train to V;ut -vilie
Pullman Hotel anil Sleeping Cars on G;.s
Train to Cincinnati via Savannah.
A Restaurant has been ojxmed at Vt'.iieror.
ami abundant time will be allowed foi meaC
by all pa-senger trains.
otiiiecting at Savannah with stew triers for
New York, Philadelphia, Boston arid luitt)
x - , - . 1 I i
iew no, i -luiaiiejj.nia uni Jiaitirnore
trains on li. ami v . jt. k. Jeuve junetior
going west, at l':ln p. m., and for Bru-'awie
at 1:10 p. m laily.
Through tickets sold to ail points 1 - l'a
and Steamship connections, and - .;
Checked through. Also Sleeping f.
and sections secured ut Company's , -
Astor's Building, S4 Hay street, ar 1 ,
Ticket Oiliee. JAS. L. T '".!!
A.M. IVES, AgenrtrUl tW' A
-TjMVO CONE PL LEYS, (one a pir .f
-- uitve iu -n 1UC . lour stT. fnnn n
. . :tiT
.. 'Z :i't
.. 7:1 "I
, ' V
ting at Charleston with steamen fo
k, Phihtdelj.hia and Baltimore.
teen inches i iaracer.
An id v at
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