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Sax FAK<isro, July 3. —The
official returns have been received
Ironi till except seven counties be
sides San Francisco, in which the
official canvass is not yet. complete.
The counties yet to hear from will
give non-partisan majorities. The
result ol’ the count shows undoubt
edly that the non-partisan elected all
their 32 delegates at large, and prob
ably ">t county delegates. It is
thought they may lose one of that
number. The Ivearneyitc-s elect 51,
and possibly .>2 county delegates, the
Republicans 8, the Democrats 7. The
non-partisans will thus have a major
ity of 17 in the convention, or 20
over all others. It must also be re
membered that the Republicans and
Democrats elected represent the con
servative element. It is also true
that a number of delegates from the
interior on the working-man’s ticket
arc not in sympathy with what is
known as Kearneyism. and the same
may be said of the city delegation.
The revolutionary element will form
only a small minority in tire constitu
eo.\viexi:of >ii kui:k.
Cam i) i;.v, N. J., July 3.—Benjamin
Hunter, who has been on trial for
the murder of John M. Armstrong,
was convicted this evening of murder
in the tirst degree.
RACnti AT I.OITSVII.I.K.
Lofisville, July 3.—Yesterday
was the first day of the Louisville
Jockey Club meeting. The first
race, mile and a half, Kate Claxton
won : Harper second, Jim Bell third.
Time 2:13|. The second race, mile
heat, Janet won; Warfield second,
Matagorda third. Time 1:43 j, I:lsip
The third race, mile and one-eighth,
Dan won: Edinburgh second, Bonnie
Ilaska third. Time 2:00.'.
M AV COTTOtN.
NKW York. July 3.—The first
bale of new cotton to arrive at this
port this season, was sold at auction
by the Cotton Exchange to-day. It
was of the quality known as middling,
and brought 201 cents, a considerable
advance on the regular market price.
It was grown by G. Fallatu, of Cam
eron county, Texas, and consigned
to M essrs. Woodward & Stillman,
No. 76 Wall street. This is the
earliest arrival of new cotton at this
port for several years. The first
arrival last, year was on July 15th.
THE 1.01 ISVII.I.i; HACKS.
Loitsvju.k, July 4.—At 10 o’clock
this morning the streets were well
nigh impassible, the building's were
handsomely decorated, and unparal
leled interest was I’d: in the great
•event of the day.
The first race wa> a dash of a mile
and three-quarters, and was won by
Dank, heatingllarkawuy easily : time
1:1k!. The second race \* as a sweep
stakes for two-year-oidr-. and was
won by Goodnight, with Keaton
'ocoud. and Charlemagne third ; time,
When the drum tapped for the
great four mile race to day Ten
Brocck and Mol lie McCarthy went
by the string like twin bullets. Ten
Broeck had the outside of the track,
and the mare, being on the inside, ran
t o the front from the start. At t lie first
quarter they were side by side and
going gallantlv on to victory. The
half mile did not change the position,
and as they moved onward the thirty
thousand spectators were held in per
fect silence. Between the half and
three-quarters the mare got her nose
ahead, and a great cheer went up, and
then as they came past the string and
she again appeared in the front anoth
er cheer was heard. The mare was
moving easy, but Ten Brooch was
being driven hard.
In t-he second mile -Mollie seemed
to be moving with such ease, and
Ten Broeck labored so hard, that the
Kentuckians wavered by thousands,
and the certainty of California’s win
ning produced a dead silence. At
the half post in tbe |secoml mile
'Walker urged Ten .Broeck quite
had, and Ilowson permitted him to
come up side by side. A Kentucky
■veil, which was heard tor miles, rent
the air. So they tan past the three
quarters, and coming into the stretch
Mollie McCarthy brushed! ahead
agaiu, passing the grand stand a halt
length in the lead.
“ She will win sure,” was heard in
all directions, and more confident
grew the cry as her easy' movment
continued, the horse still driving.—
She passed the quarter in the third
mile still leading, but the horse hung
on to her close, and made a pace so
murderous that many’knew that his
bottom would have an effect ulti
mately. At the three-eighth pole of
the third mile McCarthy let up in
her running, Ten Broeck taking the
track his passing her at the very mo
ment andfriends were giving him up.
lie increased rapidly the distance
separating them. The mare’s break
down was heard the field over, but
she ran on. Walker pulling the
horse slightly w as ahead on the third
mile ten lengths, and though her de
feat was now certain, few realized
how far and Low easy Ten Brocck
would win. He little more than gal
loped the remaining mile, the Queen
ot California being at the three-quar
ter pole when the great “ Kentucky
crack” distanced her. Time was
8:11*4, as follows : First mile, 1:49$ ;
second mile, 3:45 J : third mile, 5:53 :
fourth mile, B:HQ-more than a min
ute slower than his best record. Both
horses were well used up, the heat
being intense. There was no heavy
betting, the Californians and eastern
people who backed tbe mare being
content with small investments of
three to five. Thirty thousand peo
ple or more were present.
THE HEKI.O (O.MIKKSS.
London", July 6.—A Reuter from
Constantinople says the inhabitants
of Batoum have telegraphed to Min
ister Layard asking English protec
tion, and declaring that they are re
solved to hoist the British flag and
open tire on the Russians July 12th.
Berlin'. July 6 —The Greek ques
tion was settled yesterday. The’con
gress invites the Porte to come to an
understanding with Greece for
the rectification of her frontier,
and is of the opinion that the line
should be from the valley of Salom
bria, on the JEgcan Sea, to the mouth
of Kalamos river, opposite Corfu.
—Commodore Vanderbilt once
visited a spiritual medium, who com
menced business by saying : “ Your
first wife wishes to communicate
with you. ” “ Perhaps so" said the
Commodore abruptly, “but that is
uot what I came nere for. She can
A L. KEENE, ,
Fancy ami Dress Goods,
G 7 W est Ha> Si., cor. I.aura.
Has now in .stock a tine and complete line
of Millinery Goods, consisting of
Pattern Hats and Bonnets.
Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, and
The Latest Novelties in Millinery.
1 m inding a line line of black dress silks,
cashmeres, ilrap d'ete, Henrietta cloth and
fancy suitings, with guloons and fringes
Ladies', Gent* aud Children 8
Fancy hosiery, silk ties, scarfs and hand
kerchiefs; Ladies’ and children's merino
aud gauze vests, children’s socks, mittens
waists and worsted sacques.
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols )
A tiue liue of kid. undressed kid and lisle
gloves, corsets, including the celebrated
“Cork Corset.” Table Linen—Napkins
towels, tidies, lace curtains.
A Fine Line of White Goods.
Real hair switches aud puffs. Bergmant
&l Co.’s zephyr worsteds, worsted patterns,
zephyr and Shetland shawls; the Wencks
perfumery unci toilet soups. ilec!3B-Dtn
The lon* felt need now cheaply supplied.
The Stribling Fruit Picker,
nicks all sizes from a cherry to an orange.
The most successful picker ever invented.
Samples.so .cuts, postpaid. Circnlar for
1 Pendleton. South Carolina.
THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST.
" ’ Successors to Hurt & Barnes.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Watches, Clocks, Silver Ware,
.1 KW Kl.lt V.
Florida Curiosities, Etc. Etc.
29 WEST BAY STREET.
oJSS An!,„ i **"*, fra.
All kinds of repairing done and warranted.
Fine Watches a sjs-riaU v. dec3Byl
TILE I.A KGKST
Tropical and Semi-Tropical Nurseries
In the* World!
ONE MILLION of the CITRUS
FAMILY offered this season.
Send for Catalogue.
Address L. A. HARDEE,
QUARLES C. FULLER,
Surveyor and draughtsman.
State and Government (.and-, located.
Improved and Unimproved Land* for
sale at bargains.
Maps, Flatts and Profiles furnished.
Information in regard to all part* of the
State given. Office at
ENTERPRISE, Volusia Cos., Fla.
HURTER & CO..
And Dealers in
HAY, CORN aud OATS,
And Wholesale Dealers in
Northern and Western Goods
rjiIIE ONLY ON E PRICE
IN FLORIDA !
J. I). BUCKV,
5 West Bay St.,
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS.
VALISES, UMBRELLAS &c.
(r Country orders promptly filled and
satisfaction guauntecd- dec'lS-Ciu
One of the Oldest Medicines in Use
1838. TAYLOR'S 1877.
OIL OF LIFE!
OIL OF LIFE !
Cures Whooping Cough and Croup.
OIL OF LIFE !
Cure- the worst of Coughs and Colds.
OIL OF LIFE!
• Heals without leaving a Scar.
OIL OF LIFE !
It. ha* No Equal for Burns.
OIL OF LIFE !
A sure cure for Colic in Horses* and Mu lea
OIL OF LIFE!
Will cure all it. is recommended for, every
time, or money refunded.
OIL OF LIFE!
Having stood the test ot nearly 40 years
constant use, we defy its equal for both
man and beast, internally or externally
Trv it! If not satisfied return the empty
bottle andgetyonr money. , ..
Sold by dealers at tfSc and 50c per bottle.
G. O, TAYLOR. Proprietor,
Fairport. Monroe countv. N. i.
FOR SALK BY
1 J. B. ordav, Del,and.
Colours & Fict-, BeresfoTd. dec >.
TAYLOR & LANE,
7 6.^Barclay Street, - - New York,
FRUITS, VEGETABLES. POULTRY,
Especial attention given to Florida Produce. Stencil Flutes furnished on applica
tion. Price Current sent regularly to shippers. Consignments solicited. 9-58-8
STEAM s \ \Y and PLAINIG MILLS.
C. MEKEEL X CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Have leo>*d tin* Swine Mill nt Df*Laitd, to run iu C'onneutioii with the oltl 1121 11. Rough
him Her at DeLond—rough anil ilrretsed lumber at the old place.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF LUMBER
Constantly on hand.
8-52-7 \V. M. CONKLIN. Agent.
ORANGE CITY STORE!
A Fil l. t.fXK OF
Staple and Kanin Goods, Groceries. Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Druers, &c.
Will sell 10 to 80 per eent. cheaper than any other house in the county. My stock
includes almost every variety of merchandise known to the trade, and receiving addi
tions daily it i.s full and fresh, and on account of my large cash sales I can and will
sell asabove stated. F. 1.. hmITU.
(’. .T. SMITH. Justice of the Pence. Conveyancing done. 3tf
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Cor. Bay and Pine sts
GILBERT HINTER, J.wksoxviu.k.
DEXTER 111 NTKK, Ai.banv, N. Y..
Proprietors of the
Kaiilc Nlciun Saw and Planing Mill.
G. Hunter & Son,
Manufacturers ami Wholesale ami Retail
Dealers iu all descriptions of
For the Home and Foreigu Markets.
Moulding*, Planed I,amber, Shingles,
Ac., constantly on hand.
Turning and Scroll Sawing clone to Order.
Albany, N. Y. j atr 10-9
Bricks ! Bricks!
If. you want a No. 1 quality of bricks, at
a price to suit the times, call on 11. llrowu
at bis ISrick Yard, two miles west of Dc-
I.and and one and a ball' miles north of
beresford, on the Yolusia road.
Ll2r H. BROWN, Del.and. Fla.
JNO. C. L’ENGLE,
\t . It Harnett. K. X. Kuapp.
Barnett & Knapp,
: Wall Caper, Window Shades and Fixtures,
1 Looking (Hasses, Picture Frames and
Mouldings. Moss bought and sold.
| South Side Hoy Street , between Pin s
JACKSON VILLE , Fta.
i it to th
I advantage to order direct from us, as tb
| can thereby save at least 5 per cent, on all
| cash orders. Satisfaction guaranteed.
| Oranges in variety, on buddedsweet stocks;
varieties for early fruiting, suited
for hot-house culture.
i LEMONS IN VRIETV, BUDDED.
Limes, Citron, Grape Fruit. Shaddock,
I Bananas. Guavas, Peaches, Figs, Japan
Plums, Apricots, and Plums.
GRAPHS SITTEI) TO THE (’IT MATE,
Scud for Price List.
Address, A. J. BEACH X SON.
invbVtf l'alatka Fla.
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