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LATEST . J Home iuid ForeiargSNews. •The present sugar crop ol Guitars estimated at 7,000,000 tons, most ol which comes to the United Stales. England and Austria insist on Russia withdrawing her forceffrom Turkish soil before the 18th of 3lay, 1870. There are thirty ocean steamers in New Orleans and sufficient tonnage to carry 250,000 bales of cotton. The body of A. T. Stewart has been stolen from the family vault. The casket was broken open and the body removed, the decomposition of the remains were so offensive that it is asserted they cannot be concealed. The remains were evidently stolen in hopes of reward. Mrs. Stewart has offered a reward of 850,000 for the recovery of the body and conviction of the thieves. The Emporer of Russians in bad health. Loxdox, November S.—A liueter telegram irom Constantinople says Russia is establishing a second line of defence at Adrianople. Several prominent Turks, believe that the at titude Jof the Russians in Rotunelia will lead to war with England aud Turkey, are anxious to convince Min ister Layard that the best mode of fighting Afghanistan would be to en gage Russia in Europe. Pkovixe.yck, November B.—II. W. Eache of the United States coast survey died in Bristol last night. Loxdox, November B.—The Daily News, in its leading article on the fishery question, concludes as follows: We wait with interest the publication of Lord Salisbury’s dispatch and the statement drawn up by the Canadian government, but there is no use try ing to disguise the fact that Secretary Evart's case has some force it in. A tow# wwtafyAfe 1 for by the United States. Their right of fishing thus acquired occured about two years before the local law was passed and our commissioners forgot to reserve to the local legislatures the right of making regu lations. We fear that the date fixed by the treaty lor the payment of the award November 23 will be long past before the American government are convinced of the error in their contention. The question is one of legal obligation and it cannot be too calmly discussed on both sides. A reluctance to inflict a wrong should be at least as strong as a determina tion not to submit to one. —lf not convenient for you to visit the city; sent! your orders for boots and shoes to us aud if goods are not perfectly satis factory they may be returned at our ex pense. Be particular to state size and style of shoes required and we will make the prices to suit. Demary & Cos. tf —Domury V Cos., at 85 west Bay street, Jacksonville, take the lead of all shoe dealers in Florida and sell the host wods for the least money.—Com. tf —Capt. J. B. Jordan lias sold out his stock aud interest in the uierehantile business in this place to Messrs. Kilkott -and lireka who will have a large assort ment of goods of every description. fLOWS, PIRIIM Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Stoves, Crockery, Tinware, Oils and Paints. HffilUL HARDWARE. THE ABOVE AT N. Y. J’BZCKH. H. B. Hubbard & Go., 27 [,2 Jacksonville, Fla TAYLOR & LANE, 76 Barclay Street, , - York, Commission Dealers -IN— FRUITS, VEGETABLES, POULTRY, &c. snsmue* iaussrasu mm t* STEAM SAW and PLANING MILLS. C. MEKEEL &C„ Manufacturers and Dealers in Rough and Dressed lumber, Have !eaßed . I!** 1 !** ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF LUMBER Constantly on hand. 8-KS.7 W. H. CONKLIN, Agent. All orders left with Harstia & Moon will receive prompt attention. MARKENS BROS., WiIOLKSAI.K AND KKTAIL DKAI.KKB IN Liquors, Tobaccos, Segars, Pipes, &c. SOI.K AUEXTsf l&B ; APPLEWOOD DISTILLING CO., and ANHEUSERS' St. Louis Beer. ST. JOHNS HOUSE, ~ < 4 Ho. 41 Forsyth si, Jacksonville, Fla. it is the most ceutrally located of any house in the city, being convenient to Trains and Steamboats. o Rates of Board from* 81.00 to 82.50 per day, according to location of Rooms. Special Rates to Families. Mrs. E. HUDNALL, Proprietress. ARLINGTON NURSERIES! o Tropical and Semi-tropical Fruit Trees, Roses, Deciduous and Evergreen Shrubs and Flowering Plants. o New and choice varieties of budded Orange Trees made a speciality o jJdgF” Send for Descriptive Catalogue, ALBERT I. KIDWELL, # 1*52 Jacksonville, Florida. TIIOS. J. MCTT. CAIN MAHONKY. I.OCT* DUBOIS. THE Jacksonville Painter’s Go. Km IbBSSSSS-,Reepsjconstaiitly enjiand allj kinds of PAINTS ami PAINTER’S MATERIALS. jAlllkindsS v offlPainting done, Estimates given and Contracts made In anyjpait of the State. Give us a call before sending your orders else where as we will sell at as low figures as any one. Store and shop No. 68 West Bay street. THE. FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST. T*HE Florida Agriculturist This week speaks for itself. It is the Horticulturist s and Farmer’s paper complete. Every one of its eig t large pages is brim full of just such information as the na tive Floridian and the immigrant alike seek, and must liav e. The farming world is in anew era; the old has m a great measure passed away, and we are at the opening o a new day. Scientific researches and experiments by scien tific and practical men have worked a revolution, an henceforth the man who is widest awake to this fact and tna 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, T ullv aware of this fact, the Agriculturists of Florida ha\e t e manded a paper which will supply latest and best mtoiilla tion and one which is devoted especially to their inteiests. is in response to this demand that the Eev Annul i tukist takes up the work that the Old laid dou n, w ith the resolve on the part of the Editor and Publishers to im prove and add to it until it is conceded that it nFfETBesT' and most valuable paper published in the State of Jb loiida. Its columns are open to all questions relating to l giicu - 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 ot Semi-tropical and Tropical Agriculture in its various phases. _ , We are steadily obtaining a corps ot regular corres pondents who will represent every locality and inteiest ot the State. Ihe 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 Devoted to the development of the agricultural resources of Florida, we shall push our efforts to make this paper the best exponent of Semi-tropical Agriculture before the public. Besides our regular corps of corres pendents 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 Agricultub 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 H orticulturist’s paper Published in the South. TERMS: - - - $2.00 PER YEAR. C. CODRINGTON, Editor. PUBLISHED AT DeLAND, FLA., —BY THE— Agriculturist Publishing Company. BEPOBT —OF THE— FRUIT GROWERS’ ASSOCIATION, A seventy-five page pamphlet, full of information about the State; also the CLIMATOLOGY and KESOURCES of FLORIDA, A twenty-five page pamphlet. BOTH FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOli SALE BY AGRICULTURIST PUBLISHING COMPANY, DeLand, Fla.