Till: ANXIOUS CAXDID VTKS.
lUuineniul Arthur Men Talking ami
Soheaming The Former Pretend
ing 3irc Confidence Than They
Feel Itnmors of Deals and. Com
The presence at the capital of a mmi
r of delegates to the Chicago Conven
tion from various parts of the country, j
s;ivsrt Washington social to the New j
York Times, who are here to try to get
a more or less definite notion of what
they are going to do next week, has
freshened the political breezes somewhat,
and more talk of the approaching con
vention lias been heard to-day than at
any time since the meeting of the Na
Mr. Blaine's followers are doing their
hestto impress newcomers with the re
mnrkahle size of their candidate's hoom,
hut there are numerous indieatins that
the ehief shouters have not the entire
confidence in their claims whieh is neces
sary to make their arguments effective.
Some of their opponents, indeed, tire
cruel enough to intimate that the Maine
men are talking quite as much to keep
up their own courage as .to make con
verts. There, is also the fact, which has
Keen not iced for some time, that Mr.
lilainc's friends continue to speak in ad
miring tones of the good qualities of
Senator Sherman, and to remark that lie
would make an excellent candidate in
'the event that Mr. Maine should, after
all, he unahle to secure the coveted nomi
nation. When the suggestion is made
that their positive, assertions that Maine
cannot he beaten do not tally with their
talk of Sherman as a compromise, the
Maine followers shrug their shoulders
and say they are speaking only of a hare
possibility when they mention Sherman.
Friends of President Arthur and all
other aspirants for the nomination look
upon these references to Sherman as
proof that Maine's henchmen are less
confident than they were a short time
ago. Efforts which some of the Maine
men are making to disparage Secretary
Lincoln are also regarded as indicative
of a. fear that the Maine stasesmen may
not reach the goal. If 1-oasting, however,
could decide the question, Maine's nomi
nation could le counted on as certain.
As might Ite expected, the increasing
interest in matters political is accompa
nied by a growing number of rumors of
deals and combinations, which will in
crease in volume from now until the
nomination is made. The latest of these
is to the effect that an alliance is in pro
cess of formation between the Maine
men and some of Mr. Sherman's friends
for the purj iose of destroying Mr. Ar
thur's chances. This is said to lie the
only object of the combination, and that
it is being assisfed by some who are
friendly to neither Sherman nor Blaine.
Some of the President's adherents have
ard of this report, and while they pro
less to laugh at it as silly, it is undeni
able that they are less at ease than they
care to admit. Sherman's friends show
more nerve and aggressiveness than do
Maine's henchmen, who have for a week
a:-t shown apprehension at the reports
of growing :drength give out hv Arthur's
followers. The ex-Secretary's friends
are also reported to be engaged in stilf
eaing the backbone of the Maine boom
as a part of the fight against Arthur, and
.dine of the Maine man's followers feel
encouraged thereby. Mr. Blaine has
shown a daily increasing interest in the
developements of the situation. lie
drove to the post otiice with his youngest
mi this afternoon, received a large mail,
and read it while sitting in his carriage.
The report of a Blaine-Sherman alliance
is not regarded by the wisest friends of
the principals as necessarily meaning the
nominal ion of either the Ohio Senator or
the Maine statesman.
Among the delegates in town are sev
eral colored men from Southern States.
Frank Hat ton is understood to have
taken charge of them in the interest of
the President, and to have so secreted
them in various lodgings a.s to keep them
out of the re ach of men unfriendly to the
administration. It is said that these del
egates will le taken to Chicago on a spe
cial train, carefully guarded by trusty
Arthur representatives. Knticing visions
have been held out to them of palace
ears, unlimited refreshments, and all
sorts of good things at Chicago, all with
out exjicnse to themselves, and if they
are lured away from the Arthur ranks it
will not be the fault of Mr. Arthur's lieutenants.
WHObKSA I.K AX!) RETAIL DEALERS IN
Palatka Daily News
A HANDSOME, NEWSY
THE FAMILY STOEE
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A Fl I.I, AM) rnMI'I.KIi-: U.i: of F.VF.YTHINU IN 'I'liK
Hardware and Grocery Line
WE ASK AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK.
GRIFFIN'S BRiCK BLOCK, CORNER FRONT AND LEMON STREETS,
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- Palatka, Florida.
Wholesale and retail dealer in ail kinds of
Paints, Painter's Supplies, Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed
Oil, Shelac, Varnish, Turpentine, Putty, Window Glass, Paint Brushes
Fireproof Paint, Roof Paints and all kinds of Dry Paints. Neatfoot
Oil, Lard Oil, Machine Oil, Benzine, Ladders, Step-Ladders, Wall Paper
in fact Everything Kept in a First-class Paint Store,
I it-i 1 1 o- a practical painter and haviiiR is jears cvprrii nee in mi.iiiR and lisinir paints 1 mix
inv ovvii paints, and cannot he imposed iip.n I iy ilie ialeW'.r :ui.o, paints with vvnich thus part
of' the count ry is flooded and sold in maw eerie need dealers I olfer one hundred dollars to any
,o,lv- who can find one- Rtain of ndulieral ion in any faint or Roods that :tre l.iived or sold in my
store. Resect t! ul'y.
Dealers in General Merchandi
se. A Full Line cf
us o Ca
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
pa f-5 C3 l a S' M 9 fT
FLOUR, GRITS, CORN, HAY, OATS, MM, COTTON
SEED EV1EAL & FERTILIZERS.
CKIFFIN'S IU.OCK, WATK1J 'i r.r.K'l'. f.A'l'KA, V,A.
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention andpijick Shipments WSaue
Il7 I.. (iUEEX. M A K'i'i N CHIITIN,.!!!
HI L. GKREEIN" & GO.
A. & G. CO., and Okeechobee Land Co,
KAMI I .TON Treas.
i;. SAhlNU Kit, Secretary.
S. H. CUKV, Tre.sidc nt. .1. M. KUKAMKU,
W. II. WlilC ll'j', 'iee-l're;-ideiit. laiinee!'.
LANDS FOR HALF IN LOTS OF FROM -10 TO 10.000 ACRLS
IN TI1R CorNTIKS OF til; KV A !i I , FOLK, M NATKK AND .MONUOK.
For average Fine Fatals 3 1.25 per ht
For average I'rairle and Pasture Lands , 1.2.) per aere
For jke jiikI Kiver Fronts to hl.u) per nere
For Snirar Lands Hum per neve
The Lands o this t'ouip.inv -are specially ada;ted to the Culture o: Tropatal Fruits, Kice,
Ktiirar Ciine, etc., mid are cnerall v aeeesiLle Py sieall! li.U i;ratioii.
W. T. L'OIt ISJ-X, Land Co.nmissioner, .lai-ksonville, Fla.
THE FINE, KEW STEAMER j V fl flAflT
W I!. !,i:SA I.K AMI UKTAII,
RB l H 1
p - H If 1
CAPTAIN JOHN L. AMAZEEN,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER
HAS 1U.F.N I'KRMANF.NTLY VTACF.li (N
the route between Jacksonville, San ford
mid F.nterprise. in connection with The New
Vorli and Charleston Steamship Couipaiiy and
the SteaiP.sliio Cil y of i'a'.atka,
Making all the Landings
between Falatkaand Saulnnl, liOavinu: Jack
sonville every Monday and Thursday, ar 4 p.
in., close connections made at Aster with St.
Johns and Lake F.ustis railroad, and at Sanl'ord
with Soul h Florida railroad.
Connects at l'alatka with Florida Southern
Freights Taken as Low
as any coniperite-r line. For rates of freight '
and t ickets. and f urtiter inldrinat ion, a ppiy to i PALATKA
1 1 . ti A I Li AltD.
Audit, olliee on wharf, foot of llotr.iu sr.,
Ik Ik HKiLKV,
S. V. (it tDDKN,
Or LKVK & ALDKN,
Cor. l!a' tiiid Ocean sts., ,lai ksian ilh.
AMI DKALI.U IN
FISHING TACKLE, FINE CIGARS
I'"loi'itu C'n rionlt I n,
Florida Maps, Books, Canes, &c
Post-):ik-e Uuildin.ir, Front Street and next,
rpiIK IMPOHTANCK OF PALATKA AS A
trade distributing point- and railway center,
and it.-t nutfetiiflceiit location at the head of
ocean navigation on the St. Johns, and in the
midst of a cliarniin fanninsz' and fruit produ-
einjr section, renders it a natural focal 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 lirst -class news
paper, both in its make-up and in the charac
ter of its collated news.
1? O L I T I C L -V
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'alotta' insures liberty and
rood isn eminent.
The Year 1884 is a Campaign Year
lioth the National and State Campaigns are to
be Willed. Towards the settlement of the
momentous political issuon they involve,
Keep constantly on hand a full and at-.raci ive stock o!
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR MENS', BOYS' f.ui) LADIES' VE3
We ask an inspect ion of our stock. No t rouble t show jr .od.-, Don't or.ie up to the feast r. i
be found without a wedding ji-artnent. All the best inmufat t urcrs are represented
in nur stock, both hand and machine i;-oods. J.adies and ients t vv tine
H'oods a specialty. Lkmon Sti:ei:t, PALATKA.. Fl.OKlDA'.
.j. w i rs I X - I : CO.. IJAMvIOKS.
A General 1 J:i d K i n I S n n t'Si-; ri 'ra n-i t ft I . Huy :miI
l.orolg n 'Ixluiiip;. Correspondents : 'tw York l 'lel
tional ItiinK; K'mih(.4 I.i'os., Ilosl on; 3iu erhdv i ji 1 lm i u 1
3?:i?ocL"0-03 &z Coxi.i.i.xiissioj3.
nsi).' mucins of Fioi"'U
.-'an .Mateo, Fla.
Shipments of Potatoes, Onions, Cabbages, etc.. r-eix, d dai
Fruits. Vegetables and Produce sidicited.
References: Win. .1. Vineyar Co., lianio rs, Palatka: !:. c. ,V C
OPKKA Ibtl Sil ! i.DI.NHl, i K
mW ITimiAUXT r)T?nTTT)T in X J
HID lliillUllHli iiIirUDLIliAil.
A'st)-ililnt;ton, 1. O.
KI'.PFHLICAN NEWSPAPlVIt DKVOTKD
At a dinner recently ?iven lv Mrs.
Mac k:y in Paris, the table was covered
with ;v eritalile grassy lawn in minia
ture; the centerpiece was replaced ly a
small pond of water, in which fishes
leaied about. Rare ilowers took the
place if trees.
The voters of Livermore Ku'oiit;h,
Westmoreland, Pa., humorously pro
posed to elect Miss Ada Read a justiw of
the peace, and are dismayed to discover
that, having the requisite .lumbcJ' of
votes, instead of taking Hie joke- she
NEW VOKIC, iss-t.
About sity million copies of TheScn have
jrone out of our establishment during the past
t wel vo mont lis.
1 f you were to paste end to end all the col
umns of all The si x printed and sold he-t year
you would Kct acoutimiousstripof interest inK
information, common scne wisdom, souiiil
doctrine, and sane wit loiiif enough to reach
from Printing Ilot se s-piarr to Cue top of
Mount t opernicus in t lie moon, then back to
Print iiitf lloiie square, and then t hi ee-piar-tt
rs of the way back to the moon r.uain.
Hut Tut: Si n is written for the inhabitants
of the earth: this same strip of intelligence
would jrtrdlp the Kh'be twcnty-ji-vin or
If every buyer of a copy of The Si n durinvc
the past year has spent only one hour oev it,
and if his wife or his grandfather has spent
another hour, this newsimpcr m ls,s:S has af
forded the human race thirteen thousand years
of steady reading, nivht nn 1 day.
It is only by lit t ! calculations like 1 lsec t hat
j on can form r.nv idea of the ci rental ion oft he
most iMpular of American newspapers, or of
its influence i, ti the opinions and actions of
Amerieaii men nnd women.
The Sf. is, and will cent inue to be, a news
paper which telln the truth without Mar of
consequences, which nets at the fads no mat
ter how much the process costs, which presents
the news nil over tha world without waste of
words and in the most readnr le shajK-. which
is workinir with all its heart for the eaue of
h.tit.tvt ifi ii'i.rnnif.iit ,i?,.l .t-1,,.,1, l . .... . 4'. . t
takes the oath, and wili J-erfoilH all the ! liees that the ltepublican party must s-o. ni-'l
must iro hi tins coming- year oi our 1,0111, jss-t.
If you know The Si n, m like it Already,
and you will read it with accustomed diligence
and profit durini.r what is sure to lie the most
interesting year in its history. If you (i not
know The si x, it is Ibh time to t into the
duties of the olliee.
Eight years ago James V.T. Shehan, an
editor of the Chicago Tribune, wrote an
elaUaale obituary article upon Charles
O'Conor. '.v ho declimU to die, as expeet
The article was saved, and, with a
change oi K duly appeared in the
Tribune: but the writer passed nwav be- j Sunday edition, ?:.
fore Mr. O"oonoi. 1 - i : 'V l-.ifht
TV vim t n 1 1 !-nl)i'rilrK.
The seerai editions of Thr Si s are sent by
mail, potpaid, as follows:
DAILi -'0 cents a niontti, jti a year; with
solely to the interests of the party and
; the nation. Its editorial columns are devoted
I almost entirely to national, political, and local
! matters, all subjects linyr viewed from a
i broad, liberal party standpoint and treated in
i dependent ly, without regard or favor to jier
j sens fact ions.
j The news columns contain full and accurate
! repot ts of nil matv-rs at the capital, toother
I with geta-ral telejriiiphie news, special lette-s
j from a larue corps of correspondents at Inane
: and abroad, reports beinyr made without color
I or l ias, the sole aim and object bciiur in evcrv
! case, from the smallest to thr liieatest, to jrive
' the facts in the most convenient and attrac
tive shape for all classes of readers.
The enilorial pajre is iji-orously and. uncoin-pi-ouiismtrly
reublican; the news columns are
a- nnlieinliiii; ly imlepeiak'nt.
M ueh of t he sjiaee of the weekly edition of
; The Kepwl Lean will be Riven up to the news
of the capital, but there will 1h- in addition
I can-fully -eiccted stories and miscellaneous
i matter of jrenerul interest. Kach issue will
; Full and careful reports of the proceedings
of eonsiii ss when in session.
; AppoiiiTnu I'.rs i'.v the pit'sident.
F..cvutie messages, and all interest ine news
: from tiie executive departments.
Abstracts of all laws passed.
; Treaties with Indians and foreign nations.
All inb naatieJi from the o.'lice of the conip
! trol'er of the currency of interest to banks
I trad bankers.
Weekly statements of the treasury
Uiiliajs of the customs and internal revenue
Special iiiformat ion for manufact.m rs.
Whiable statist ic from the ctatisticalhu
rean d' the treasni-y.
Fuii reports from the agricultural bureau.
Lists of ( atents issued, with ruiinvrs i he
; );iient otlicv'.
1 1; !t a iuation in regard to public lan is.
; i 'onsalar repi'i'ts.
N'-ws fn ,iu the pensii.ti office.
1 ;dneat ion:d r.tutte!-s.
; Int-rviews with, the most prominent men id'
the nation, most of whom visit the capital
more or less. Ire jiientiy, on politics, art,
In short. Tin.' Weekly Kepui .liean will con
tain a vast amount of interest intr readinsr for
Acker, .Merral! & o.
Sa Vitniinii, I 'ioi ida A Western Il'y
Wtiyernss t-iliori JSin.
All I rains of tills road are run by Centra
('i(li) .Meridiam tune, which s .t.' nniiUO
slow cr t haa .la-ksonv d.e t ime.
Billiard and Bowling
Water Stheet, - - PA LATKA, I T. A.
will Rive its untiring efl'orts to influence pub
lic opinion for the lest interests of the people,
To do this more effectually, the editors will
at once bein the publication of
The Weekly News
A folio Is-eolumn paper, equipped w ith the
currnet news, or a complete diirest of the hap
penings of the week.
This publication, at the price of
we hoie to introduce into e cry household in
this section too rcniolo to lw reached by our
Wp nrtre our friends, both in and out of
Put mr county, to aid us in the distribution
of both our publications.
Y LARGE, COMF tllTAULF, TWO-STOHV
LOG. HOUSE, with wide verandas on all fides,
the coolest place and healthiest situation in
the pine woods around Palatka. Only half an
hours drive from town. Kitchen and on! house
for servants separate. A Rood well with splen
did and abundant, water, tine Ranien, Rrct-n-houses,
oratiRC, lemon and other fruit trees;
waRon shed and stables for horses and cows,
chicken yard with about fifty layiiiR liens.
Address, i. T. Hex lHlt,
Post Olliee. l'alatka, Fia.
Or, E. It. MeKEAN,
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A rrh e at 'hat tahoochce da ily at .
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A i -rive at Mobile daily at
Arri at New irleai's uaii v at . . .
( 'eiuiect :ur at 'hat tahoochee w it h i'er.saco-
!a and A t la nt ic I (aiit'oa I daily for Pens;. coin.
Mobiie, New Orleans, Texas itid all ti an.-.-Mississippi
points. Fulliiian bullet and Mei'i: i
Cars on this train. , iacl. '!, ;j le to pi :,. i ..
.iobde and N "' i: U an.-.
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nia.n l'alaee I'.eib r a iid I (rawing boom s!ee.
illR Car-, Waj e; ,. . v York Wit ;ioa
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Leave Jacksonville d.uiv
AND A IT Eli MAlifTf lssi, THE
GEORGIA AND FL tRIDA INLAND STEAM-
liOAT COMPANY will oi Ranle a poi b et day
liirht s-rvice from Jackson tile ev ery Monday,
ednesiay and Friday to all loints Noun,
known as the
Only eleven hours from Jacksonville to Sa
vannah. Leave .laeksonviile, F. & J. li. R 7:'i a. m.
Leave Fernandina by Palace St'ia.'s . N :!a. m.
Arrive MontRomery ":" p. 'n.
Arrive Savannah ':- p. m.
NO HURRY OR BUSTLE,
NO HEAT OR DUST.
Sure conne-tions made with si'M'.ners for
ftoston. New York and I'hiladi Ijhia, a No with
fast trains from Savannah to till j oints North
and West. Rates as low as by any other line.
For Tickets and information apple to
L1Z'1Z Xi -V I !!:.,
every cirn'' t": ot tne nation, which it will Rive i
luini s. Tins edition turn- mo .e N.d and ia greater vanetv than bvanv i A copy will I: ranil"! free tothe Retter-iip
sius tlip current news ot t tie won.!, special ar- otner KihT in the countvv. It will be a miner i
n nei i lie ir.ui
V sirit .nediutu lias iust' interview h1 ! ticlesof rxeet ioiml inteiv-t toeverv body. and wleeh the reader of i.tl.'.'r trwklv, and even of clubs of thesulisc .rs tot
tbe late tliarh ( ;;, ..,,, .,r b. i uteriry reviews of new Ixioks of tli highest ! dady. l apt i-s will fe.-l they cannot aflord to ;
V ,V ' ,"uliuteau on the olt-snoie , llu.,.-;r. ?1 a y,.ar. u. -..;;?,:, It is a pai-cr u'v the in-opie. and or Weekly editions.
f the nut Styx. He saul: "I nave WKEKLV--! a year. Ehnt paes of the 1 will be found to be worth man,- times the
lieen . little uisapjxiintel ly rthur S I ist matter ot the dany issues ; an ARt iciUtur- . i ra e ot subscription to the farmer, the me
nillUlistration He lias not 1 1 Lx- bis ! ul lepartnieut of uncouaied value. eeial 1 ckanie. the railway man, the banker, the man
'rlY els verv xvi ll U if 1 ' PUiU"kl t '1'erts. and literary, sc.entine, and ulaciurcr, the politichin-in fact toevervllv
liu vveiL, but it lie can secure I domestie int lli-xnee make The Ykeki.y Scn Tiie Duiiv t postage prcpaidi, jvr year, .. s.tii
tother form 1 am coniUU-nt that lie will ! the uewsprtTforjh furtuer's lious-httd. To : T.ie Weekly " ' l.ji
mon ,ii.ftlHJ, V tK bVlU"-" W UlsiUeSS I A hlVess I. Yv .' ENGllvND. IVRdisher.
men must .stand together." Thk Scn. N". V. City.
Address all corresiioridence to
count lav orait or tiostofhce oruer.
THE NATIONAL REPURLICAX,
Washing-ton, D. C.
THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS.
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Sleepinir ars on 1 1 is Tra In to S';:.-.)iiiiw,ton.
Pullman Palace StcepsnR ( ar-, ,ia-ksonvi:.c
Pi i 1 1 ma n SieepiiiR Car" onthi Train t Lou
die via Tie masvdie.
Pulhr.aii Il-'tel and S.'ee in- Cars on t
Tr on lot !,! i a ".it i v ia S.i va nnali.
A .-taiiraiil has be u opetwil af V.'i.yer' -n
n a i Uiai.iiit t ime v i !i I i- allowed for m ais
by all pa -eu.L'et train.-.
Conm.-ot ui'.r at Savannah with -tea n,er f. r
-New York, Philadelphia, Ro.-iou and Rait:
Connect iiiR at ( liiuie-fon u :t li -tea raers f :-r
New York, l'hil.nieiphia and ISaitiinore,
Trains on i!. j.ml V,. it !;. leave junc; L !,
Roinu' west, :.t l-:h) p. :u., and b.r iirues-.ra .
at 1:1') p. in., daily.
'i hrouRii ticket -, ,'oid t Hi! f.iels by !..l'.;
nnd iean.-hip conn, etiou-, and i !;
i. i throto:!i. Abo .le.pii,if Car b.nf,i
and s'e:;oiis ccuiel at I hii:;,:hiJ',, O ) r,
Artor's L'uiiiiii;:', si I in v street, and hi Di,..t
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I HAVE JUST OPENED
A tirsj-eias b: t Mat kef. and kc-pr-on
ly on hand a supply ol !re-h bet t. pork, ;.,
111 UIIMMU1.II 1 I J.
In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial CiPf-uit. State i ,
it Florida, in and for Putnam Count v. ' L l-t 1 I
STEPHEN HA HT. i -X--J CI E U - ii J
JOHN R. MARSHA I.Lnn l f
JANE MARSHALL, his vile. ;
IT APPEARINC; IJY AFFIDAVIT THAT
the defendants reside out of the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit, of the State of Florida, and be
yond the limits of said State, to-vvu.: in the
State of Arkausas. Now, therefore, it is or
dered that the defendants, John it. Marshall
and Jane Marshall, his wife, 16 upjM'ar ami an
swer the complainants bill tiled aRainst them
in the Court on or before the 7th day of July,
ls4, otherwise said bill may l; taken pro cnii
feaso. Witness my hand, and the seal of our
said Court, this, 21st March, lsq.
SEAL ,Wsf. F. 1'OIIWARD,
Clerk Circuit Court.
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GEM CITY Hn DRESSING ROOMS
LEMON ST., I'ALATKA. I LA.
FRESH, SALT&SULPHUR BATHS
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