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LATEST Home awl Foreiaii News. St OASIS N'liWN. Turkey has demanded the interces sion of the other powers against Russia who shows an unwillingness to carry out the late treaty. The Manhattan Savings Bank of New York has been robbed oi a large sum. Harry Bassett the famous race horse is dead, $15,000 was lately re fused for him. Mexico is to give a grand Exposit ion, confined to the products of that state and the United States. Lord Beaconsfield has had an at tact of epilepsy. Tramps in the North are perpetrat ing many enormities. Russia does not appear inclined to give up her hold on turkey. The Marquis of Lorn and Princess his wife, leave England for Canada on the 12th inst. Favorable reports are still received from the Yellow fever district. LoXDOX, November 2.—'This after noon’s Globe says: “Private tele grams received con firm the statement in the Daily Telegraph's Calcutta dispatch, that the government of In dia contemplates the adoption ot a gold currency, making English gold coins legal tender throughout the country. The import of bar silver ■will probably be prohibited after a given time, and rupees and smaller coins used as fractional currency. Sioux City, lowa, November 2. Capt. Pratt, of the regular army, de tailed for the work, went east yester day with forty-nine Indian children gathered from agencies up the river, for Hampton, Va., where the children will be placed at school at the gov ernment’s expense. The ages of the children average about fifteen years. lord advocate has accepted bail for John Stewart, one of the di rectors of the City of Glasgow Bank. The sum ol $150,000 was subscribed at a private meeting in Glasgow yes terday, tor the relief of the share holders of the City of Glasgow Bank. Five firms gave each $1,500. Maynootli College. Dublin, has sustained a loss ot $50,000 by a recent fire in the buildings. A dispatch from Port Jarvis gives an account of a horrible crime com mitted at Thompson, l’eun., where Miss Kenuett. a young school teacher, was outraged by tramps who, fearing identification, cut out her tongue. The victim seems to have had strength enough remaining to have written her wrongs on the blackboard in the schoolroom. The trustees, gathering tor a regular meeting last Friday evening, discovered the evi dences oi the crime in the lifeless victim on the school-rcom floor, and her written story or. the blackboard. Aioth‘i-11 Composition. t f The Essex A 'talesman says a boy in South Danvers wrote the following com position upon his native town, which it thinks is very good fer a school-boy : “South Danvers is in the United states. It is bounded by Salem and reaches to Middletown. Its principal river is Goldthwnite’s brook, which emp ties into Salem Harbor. Jits principal lake is the mill-pond, which is dry in trimmer. Its principal productions are leather, onions, South Church, and Geo. Peabcdy. South Danvers has many leligious sects, among which are the Oiihedox, who worship the minister, the Spiritualists, who worship every thing, aud the Unitarians,who worship nothing.” Conkesin no mau for not thinking as you think. Let every one enjoy the fulj and free liberty of thinking for himself. Abhor every approach, in any kind or degree to the spirit of persecution. If you cannot reason or persuade a man into the truth, never attempt to force liim into it - Joint Wcnl<y. TAYLOR & LAKE, 76 Barclay Street, - - New York, Commission Dealers -IN- ,7 - FRUITS, VEGETABLES, POULTRY, &c. tioSfK'e'cS'S ISfiljASSr*" 1 ffiiw' 1 ™- 'S-5M STEAM SAW and PLAKIKG MILLS. C. MEKEEL & CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber, Have leased the Swinsr Mill at DeLand, to ruu in connection with the old null. Rough lumber at DeLand—rough and dressed lumber at the old place. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF LUMBER Constantly on hand. M2-T W. H. CONKLIN, Agent. All orders left with Ilarsha & Moon will receive prompt attention. .BARRENS BROS., WHOLKSAI.E AND RUT AH, DKAI.KRS IX I • f i | ' : , ’J fJ , Liquors, Tobaccos, Segars, Pipes. &c. SOLE AGENTS FOB AITLEWOOD DISTILLING CO., and ANHEUSERS’ St. Louis Beer ARLINGTON NURSERIES! o Tropical and Semi-tropical Fruit Trees, Roses, Deciduous and Evergreen Shrubs and Flowering Plants. Kew and choice varieties of budded Orange Trees made a speciality o Send for Descriptive Catalogue. ALBERT I. BID WELL, 1-52 Jacksonville, Florida. SiT. JOHN^ No. 41 Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla. It is the most centrally located of any house in the city, being convenient to Trains and Steamboats. o Rates of Board from SI.OO to $2.50 ner day, according to location of Rooms. Special Rates to Families. Mrs. E. HUDNALL, Proprietress. Ackerman & Jackson, PHARMACISTS —AND— Dinar a a lhts, Falatka, Fla. Keep u full line of Drusw. Chemicals, etc., and sell at Jacksonville prices. Orders cau be filled from this point two days sooner than from Jacksonville. 85 y the Florida agriculturist. W ILL IAM IILIRTEU & CO., Commission Merchants And Sealers in HAY, COBN and OATS, Aud Wholesale Dealers iu Northern and Western Goods JACKSONVILLE Fla. THE Hwllt Agriculturist This week speaks for itself. It is tbe Horticulturist s and Farmer’s paper complete. Every one of its eiglit large pages is brim full of just such information as the na tive Floridian and the immigrant alike seek, and must have. The farming world is in anew era; the old has in a great measure passed away, and we are at the opening of st new day. Scientific researches and experiments by scien tific and practical men have worked a revolution, and henceforth the man who is widest awake to this fact and that Intelligence, Thought, Knowledge are the best aids m Agriculture, is the man who will reap the largest return from his expenditure of brain, labor and money. Fully aware of this fact, the Agriculturists of Florida have de manded a paper which will supply latest and best informa tion andonewliich is devoted especially to their interests. It is in response to this demand that the Kew Agricul turist takes up the work that the Old laid down, with the resolve on the part of the Editor and Publishers to im prove and add to it until it is conceded that it Is The Best and most valuable paper published in the State of Florida. Its columns are open to all questions relating to Agricul ture and all such questions will be answered by our Editor according to the best information to be obtained from long experience and an extended and accurate knowledge of Semi-tropical and Tropical Agriculture in its various phases. AVe are steadily obtaining a corps of regular corres pondents who will represent every locality and interest ol the State. '1 he flattering auspices under which the paper now takes up its work, give us confidence to say to the public that, not content with the approval it already meets with as the best Weekly Paper Devoted to the development of the agricultural resources of Florida, we snail pusn our eirorts to inn Re this paper the best exponent of Semi-tropical Agriculture before the public. Besides our regular corps of corres pondents we cordially invite all of our subscribers to con tribute to our columns any experience or knowledge which will be useful to our readers. By using this paper as a medium through which to exchange experiences and opinions, our subscribers will derive great benefit them selves and will, at the same time, make the Agricultur ist interesting and instructive for others and so will help us to make the paper what we intend it shall be—the best Farmer’s and Horticulturist’s paper Published in the South. TERMS: $2,00 PER YEAR. C. CODRINGTON, Editor. PUBLISHED AT DeLAND, FLA., BY THE— Agriculturist Publishing Company. K E O 13 T —OF Tin;— FRUIT GROWERS’ ASSOCIATION, A seventy-five page pamphlet, full of information about the State" also the CLIMATOLOGY and RESOURCES of FLORIDA, A twenty-five page pamphlet. BOTH FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOR SALE BY AGRICULTURIST PUBLISHING COMPANY, DeLand, Fla.