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■ LATEST Home Foi-eigiirNews. HCTII; NEWS. Washington, November 18. — The published statements affecting the President’s views on the Southern question seem to have been exagger ated in both directions. The facts appear to be that the administration has decided on no new step, but the President is thoroughly in earnest in liis intention to protect citizens, irre spective of political faiths. The in struction recently referred to in these dispatches, as having been issued by the attorney-general, obviously con template this object, though there has been no change in their original tone and temper. Anny Sheridan, the actress is dead. A serious insurrection has broken out in liejd, a district in Arabia, against the lurks. Donner & Cos., East Indian mer chants, of London have failed. Li abilities half a million. The Berlin correspondent of the Fall Mall Gazette telegraghs that the Russian mission at Cabul, Afghanis tan, has not been withdrawn. CmoACio, November 13. —A spec ial dispatch from Marshaltown, lowa, says a scene occurred this morning when Judge Mitchel sentenced John Dakin to the penitentiary for life tor the murder of John K. Stought. Da kin solemnly declared his complete innocence of the crime. After Dakin had been convicted by the jury, Frank Boss, an ItaliW, voluntarily confessed that he committed the murder. Boss is here and asserts that he should suffer. Dankin's at tonery will appeal to the supreme court. Lon i)ox, November 15.—The British gunboat Condor recently went ! ,to Bourgas to investigate an alleged outrage on the British vice consul. The St. Petersburg Globe lias a strong article oh this event, which it says, “ constitutes a clear violation of the Black Sea. The English may cut our sea communica tions at any moment. Does England wish to measure Russia’s forbearance? Who is now seeking for war ? ” New York, November 16.— The T>mcs reaffirms its yesterday’s state m tit that the police have knowledge of the wnole gang of Stewart’s grave robbers. A man named Mahoney, formerly attached to the Woehawken cemetery, did the principal work. He fled south the morning of the robbery, but is now shadowed, and can he arrested at any moment. The body was taken to Weehaw ken, to a notorious drinking saloon, and kept by a man named Murphy. The remains have since been removed, Abe authorities refusing to say where. Two men were arrested yesterday belonging to the gang. One is des <cribed on the police records as Har ry Vrelaud, of Brooklyn. One man is not under arrest, because he got frightened and voluntarily made a full confession. POTS, I.UI SIM! Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Stoves, Crockery, Tinware, Oils and Paints. GENERAL HARDWARE. THE ABOVE AT N. V. I*RICES. H. B. Hubbard & Go., 27 52 Jacksonville, Fla ; liLllilll NURSERIES l o Tropical and Semi-tropical Fruit Trees, Roses, Deciduous and Evergreen Shrubs and Flowering Plants.’ o New and choice varieties of budded Qjange Trees made a speciality “ | Send for Descriptive Catalogue, ALBERT I. BIDWEjJi., j.go Jacks onviixe, Florida. TAYLOR & LAM, 76 Barclay Street, - - New York, Commission Dealers —IN— ,? i . T FRUITS, YEGET ABLES, POULTRY, &c. Especial attention itiven to Florida Produce. Stencil Plates furnished on applica tion. Price Current sent regularly to shippers. Consignments solieited. 9-53-8 STEAM SAW and PLANING MILLS. C. MEK.EEL A CO.. Manufacturers and Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber. Have leased the Swine Mill at DeLand, to rim in connection with the old null. Rough lumber at DeLand—rough and dressed lumber at the old place. AT.T. DESCRIPTIONS OF LUMBER Constantly on hand. 8 53 7 W. H. COIN KLIN, Agent. All orders left with Havsba & Moon will receive.prompt attention. MARKERS BROS., Ns o. 70 "West Hay street, Jacksonville, Fla. WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IX Liquors, Tobaccos, Segars, Pipes. &c. SOLE AGEXTS FOK APPLEWOOD DISTILLING CO., and ANHEUSERS’ St. Louis Beer. ST. JOHNS HOUSE, r . - ■ , „ No. 41 Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla. It is the most centrally located of any house in the city, being convenient to Trains and Steamboats. Rates of Board from* SI.OO to $2.50 per day, according to location of Rooms. Special Rates to Families. Mrs. E. HUDNALL, Proprietress. THOS. J. MCTT. CAIN MAHONEY. LOUIS DUBOIS. THE Jacksonville Painter’s Cos. Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of PAINTS AM) PAINTER’S All kinds of Painting done, Estimates given and Contracts made In any pait oi 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 E I.OHI )A A&EICTJLTHXfS’I '\ ’ ' THE ‘‘N— HIT" .mMnwwrawraMa Florida Agriculturist Ibis week speaks forfiself. It is tbe Horticulturist’s and Farmer’s paper compete. Every one of its eight large pages is brim full of j'tst such information as the na tive Floridian and the immigrVjit alike seek, and must have. The farming world is in anew era; the old has in a great measure passed away, and vre are at the opening of a new day. Scientific researches and experiments by scien tific and practical men have worked a revolution, and henceforth the man tvho is widest awake to this fact and that Intelligence, Thought, Knowledge are the best aids in 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 and one which is devoted especially to their interests. It is in response to this demand that tbe 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 ot Semi-tropical and Tropical Agriculture in its various phases. We are steadily obtaining a corps of regular corres pondents who will represent every locality and interest of 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 Weekly Paper 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 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 B orticulturist’s paper Published in the South. —^—————— TERMS: - - ■ $2.00 PER TEAR. C. CODRINGTON, Editor. 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