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Hew Goods ! !
New Goods ! ! !
FAKjIj & WINTER
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Ty B take pleasure In announcing to Ihe
public tlmt we have just received a
iarpier. mote failuonublt uud Litter ultcttd
FANCY AND STAPLE
than ony ever before brought to this
Groceries ! !
Groceries ! !
"1TT; have just ojiened the Ust nnd larg'
at stock or
Wines and Liquors,
KVER OFFERKD HKRE.
" QUICK SALES-SMALL PROFITS"
we feel confident, will eunrantce to us the
oSaTomerl I hS Crlf fatlmT . !' MvW 2"tb' p' -A fM d,g
mk the nddhlon we have now So our W ? nolunthm wereeighty
promise prompt and nolitc attention.
Please call and convince yourselves.
All sorts of marketable P'oduce
tsken In exchange for BOftr.
JacksoDvllle, Octi 20, 1W2
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BY OVERLAND TELEGRAPH.
TKLKOIUniFP TO VIIKKA I OB Till! RKNTtSKt.
Mo ii ilny NlRlit'ft Dispatch.
Sun FrancWco. 2!th. I'riYnteilUiMlcli
1 1. received Inst night, dated New nrk,
'"JSlli, mention that gold was mil;' nt -10
I I per will, premium. Oilier dispatches, ol
J tills evening, pay tlmt gold to-day was at
39 per cent, prtmlum.
Cinclnnhti. 2.1th. The rebel force which
occupied Danville, Ky., Is believed to be
the ndvnncc of Iinngstrrot'i diviion.
T,,cIr cnmlnS mi not expected, but will
i be promptly met. Several thousand Fed
Iitbi nuHiivrn urrivni iimiii), aim iiiiuu uic
coming. An active campnlgn h lookcil lor
.In Kentucky. Wushlnclon. 2,'ith. It i
reiterated to-dny In various channel, In
connection with official quarters, that Intel-
jllgence Is nt linnd. leaving little or no
nouiit that cvacuniion ni l lie rcuel lines on
the Itappahannock is going on. An aril
clc lu one of the Richmond papers stating
that residents are unable to supply the
army, tends to confirm this. It seems lo
be well understood that ns soon ns the. I'm
iru nt'ii muivi mum turn tin cwmi nn uiu t iw
vost Marshals are elected, nnd an enroll -
I ment secured, a draft will be made, in lhnc
I States tlmt have not filled their quotas un-
i iler the old enrollment, for men enough lo
fill up the deficiencies. This will put nt
least 400.000 men in the field, with the
prospect of n cull In June of 200,000 ad'
Philadelphia, 25lli. Mr. Cook, sub.
scrlptlnn ncenl, announces the conversion
of 1,250.000 dollars In Icirol tenders Into
five twenties. The belief Is expressed that
the conversion will soon reach 2,000.000
New York, 25th. The steamer with
datm from Liverpool to the 11th baa ar
rived. It was rumored that Prance con
templated n negotiation with Mexico, al
ter the capture Pucbla.
Sacramento, 2G. The following Is from
the Sucramento Union, being the lattst
I Kuslern news: New York, 2i!. It Is
rumored that tho rebels contemplate an at-
I tuck on our army on Ihe Potomac Scouts
report tlmt die reoeis are moving luiautry
la the direction of Culpepper.
The following nre rcliel dispatches : Clint
lanooL'a, 2.'ith. The ei.emy have been
'shelllnir the wreck of the Georgia, which
' lies o!T Long Islund, otherwise Alien Island.
Port Hudson, 21st The mortar licet
still occupies the old position below the
anchorage of yesteiduy. I hu enemy huvu
fired at our transports wlih long rangu
puns without effect. For the Isst two day
there have, been indications or another at
tempt to pass our batteries.
Vlcksburg. 21st. Gunboats Hartford
and Monongahula pursed Wnireutno this
fveiilnir. after heavy cannuudiuir. uud arc
now anchored below the city.
Memphis, 23d. The Jockson, Miss., Ap
ptal, of March I-ltli. statu that General
Hanks fulled to make a landing. He ad
vanced und commenced the attack, but be
ing out of route of the rebel gun they did
nut reply. Farragut made un attempt
to pass the batteries, and met with a ter
rible cannonade. The Mi&sUsippI was
Murfreesbo, 23d. A Urge body of reli
el cuvalry nude a sudden uttitck nil Drick-
forts btution, tivtweeu rrauklin and
Nashville, cupturiog two hundred Infan-
try. with stores. Gen. Smith came upon
them und recaptured u portion.
iw.ni uuu reea, reu u jrnon.
Mnrfreesboro. 27th. A detachment of I
the 3d Ohio cavalrr hud u skirmish with
n purty or guerrillas. In the vicinity of
Rcodyville. Tho result is not known.
No doubt is entertained but that our force
the past few days, and there are certuin in
dicutions of n forward movement by the
enemy. Falling to draw out our army,
Gen. Joe Johnson may venture an attack
mi our front und flank. Gen. Rosecrans,
however, is fully prepared for any emergen
cy. There is no uuxlety about the ulti
New York, 27th. A petition to the
Legislature is being signed by distinguished
citizens of this city, praying that the 200,
000 dolluig for the liroadwuy Railroad
churter be given to the N. Y. soldiers In
the field, who have received no bounty (
or lo the families of those who have fallen.
It Is believed that this will be received with
enthusiasm throughout the State.
Harrlsburg. Fa.. 2"th. Governor Cur
tin telegraphed today from the Army of
the Potomac, that he finds the army in
good condition and spirits, with confidence
in their chief and subordinate officers.
J proves that the rumors of the rebel nban-
. . . .
uuniaeni ui ma i piace are incorrect.
New York, 27th.T-Tue rebel, Colonel
Taleott, who const ruced, the fortiDcations
nlYorktowo aid Fort Darling, was r-
at Heuayvme. wtiicli Is under the command , "" w,m, u. u , .,. ( , . , .
of General IImo, is sufficienlly strong to -Saturday w.rt forced to retreat lo Frank-, JUlnK Oils, W "Tnd GlauV
iroiu-ltliii nllnrk. Ilrpnt ni-llvll I.Ai nrfe Un. an Dom is Still Oil the IlucK ItiVrr. ' 11 .llit.i f l...l, .
vrIImI hI Khi-llliVYllla and Tallihomtt for Our forces Still OCCUPY Florence und Co- Slml nf.ll nnmlwr.t '
I- ort Lnyrnycltc.
Washington, 27th. It Is apprehended
In Washington lu day, that the rebel inva
slon In Kentucky has been csagcrntcd, nnd
it Is believed that IF on nny scute, It has
been succwlnlly checked.
All the sick and wounded of the Armv
of the I'ntnmne nre belmr conveyed lo AN
extindriu, and placed in the hospitals.
No mure pacs will be granted lo per
sons after lo duy.
A dc'cgalion from various Indian tribes
had an Interview with the President to
day, In the presence ol the Representatives,
the diplomatic corps', nnd other distin
guished persons ; speeches were rxchanged
with expression of pence nnd friendship,
nnd n promlc from Iho President lo Im
pmvc the condition of the Indians. Little
Bear, the greatest chief there, said he would
endeavor lo prevent liis people from lining
anything lo Incur our ill will, nnd il there
wns trouble, It would not be owing lo bad
viniwukk vis iiiv inn vi inv iimiuict I m J
were sorry Uicro was (treat troublo now in
tfttwtttnt m tits rtrtt rt tiit T ultima 'llui
this country between the white people.
Official orders were Issued today to
finally place Western Vlrclnia In the MM-
, ,, ..- t ,- . . .
1 ,"c Uw.niil. In accorilancr with rcsolu
tious which passed the Scnutc on the eve
of adjournment. The President will Issue
u proclamation of fustlng and prayer.
Wnshlngton, 20th. Official and prlrnte
dispatches from the city of mcxlcn, to Ihe
20th of March, speak of the ctrtnlntr of
success against the French mission, 'j'he
facts which the writer communicate tend
to show the Justness of the anticipation.
So far from the French having taken Ihe
city of Mexico, ns lius been asserted. Gen.
Kiirnr f..ll lif.fl- 911 intlm, nn ll.i, "Oil. i.r
Feb., nnd was within 13 miles of Puebla :
uiu on inc ouin oi .unrcn uu was sun lo
miles nwny. It was, however, nnllclpnted
that Puebla would be attacked by Ihe 25th
of March. President Juarez hud visited
Puebla, nnd reported Ihe army In excellent '
condition. Large reinforcements from the'
Mexican States had arrived In the city of'
Mexico, which would make the garrison ,
strong enough to resist tho French.
New York. 26th. The following Is ad-'
ditinnal news by the Itohemla : All the in
dependent members of the Council of the
Stale of Poland bad tendered their resig
nation. TlmrMlny Night's Dispatch.
Yreka, March 30. Washington, 2Blh.
Rlchmond papers contnln the following :
A dispute!) from Charleston 25th, says we
imve nnoiner report Dial tnu Heel at
Port Rojal hos been Increased lo 150 ve-
sels, five transports having been udded in
I lie last two uays.
The "'tiff contains a detailed account
or the (lirlil at Kelly's ford. Their force
was only 800 or 1.0U. but that subnequenl
ly five regiments and one battery wos
added. They claim a victory, becuuse, ns
they slate, Ihe object nat to frustrate the
new Impressment bill that lately pum-d
both Houses of Congress.
The following from Mobile, 23d, Is also
published : The Jucksou Apptal of 21 sjys
thesteumrr Natchez, with 1,300 bales of
cotton, was destroyed by fire on the up
trip on the Yasoo. Tho Federal boats
llurllonl and .Monongalmla were ullottetl lo
approach withiu four hundred yards of one. i
ot our batteries nt Grand Gulf, when
thev opened fire unon them, tlm rebels re
nli-im' wild lirnuilililpn u-virnl I line A I
do-n shots struck the rebels, and l"t'w
ere seen carrying the wounded below.
Hhs Hurlford remained all nigM, and
fcft Wongttaa j ,he umne,
.... . . . b
Tne ruIlowiognUvlces havcbecn receiveU
'mm juciiiiinuu pajwrs . v,usnunoog
I' - 31 - I here is no movement or Ihe nnny
, f 'I'cnuessce. Thursday Ihe enemy had
! -1 tl. . .
lumbia. There Is no movement by the
enemy from Corinth In this direction.
Morgan had a fight at Auburu, on Friday,
w ith an overwhelming furce of the enemy.
He fought gallantly, killing and wouudiug
a number, but at last was forced to retreat.
The suffering for want of food is so great
ut Fredericksburg tluit the wealthiest cit
r.ens are drawing from rebel commissaries.
The Arkunsus planters have beggtd the
1'resident to withdraw his proclamalion,
rested In this city to-day, and
from tlmt State, or the northern counties All articles sold by them or manufae
at least, but have been refused. Inforrna- lured, WAItltANTU). Their work Is made
tlon hus been received from Fortress Mon-.oi
roe by telegraph, or the arrival there to-day
of the supply steamer Massachusetts via
Charleston, l'orlrcss Mouroe ami Ueufurl.
She brings inforiuutlou of the destruction
of the rebel steamer Georgia off Ixng Is
land, South Carolina. She wus a fearful
steamer, and hud been represented to the
Vavv 1).imrlnipnt na llinm rnpmlfliil.lA llinn
the Alabama. Congressman Ieasy from
Keotucky, nrrlveil to-duy, and expresses i
his opinion that the rebels really meditate
an Invos on or that S ate In row. 'heir
svmpathlscrs expect them and loudly boast,
that they will occupy the whole or Ken-'
lucky, The invasion Is a necessity with
Ihein. Casey is or the opiulon that they I
have virtually lost the Mississippi river.
Cairo, 28th. It Is reported in Memphis
that divisions or troops have entered (he
Yazoo bv war or the Sunflower river, and
the bare lauded "nd took possewloo of
Englc bend, just above Ilnlnes ItlulT. one
mile nnd n quarter from the rebel forllflcu'
New York, 28tb. The Captain of the
sleumcr Peter Hun" reports ihnt on tin
nli-ht of the 24lh, within 18 miles ot
Charleston, he saw bombs flying and heard
report of heavy guns. This may Indicate
Ihe bcglnlng of tin nttack, but wo have no
San Frnnclsen, March 30th.
Information has been received of a plot
concerted by Secessionists lo capture tin
Government works nt Mare Wand. Two
hnndrcd men were lo lake the steamer
Gnudelnupe, on Nnpa creek, cross to YmI
Irjo, and seize the Government works and
vessels In the harbor. The vessch were to
lie armed nnd brought down to use against
Snn Francisco. The Union' dispatch,
dated 29th, ms there is nothing new to
be made public about tho contemplated
rebel attack on llcnlcin. The Sashimi is
i still there. Thn euard here was under
i nrms nil nicht. with 31 rounds of ball ear-
, lt.1..a M'l.ou m.m tHiinli nlnt tit Inivti
trldges. There was much alarm In town.
Legal lenders, yesterday, G8ff70.
.1. A. IIUUNNKH & imOTUKIt
The undersigned, bnvlni; purchased from
J. A. Ilrunner .t llrother their entire
Slock or Mcrcliaiuli.sc,
Now on"crs the same for sale at
. Greatly Reduced PriCOS,
Tbo stock consists of
Dv) & Fancy Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ami. In fact, a varied apartment of
article pertaining to the General
. . , .
, LADIES nnd GENTLEMEN
please to gto me a call, and examine
the Goods and learn the Price, before you
make your purchases.
Do not foreet tlm place the Ilrlck Store
heretofore occupied by Ilrunner .t Urn.
Jacksonville, July 19, 1K.2. 'II
California Street, Jackioniillt,
DEALERS AND WORKERS IN
TIN. SHEET IRON. COPPER,
I PAf) AMfl RPAQQ
I .. , , , w .. ... ..
ITJAVK just received from the Atlantic
,4btV1'" "(J.?U,,1,,',1,C complete
Jtock of eiery thing In their line, and will
ikeepcoi.Htantly on hand an ajirlmentof
iu ue un, pneei-iroii aim iopperware.
I J ran Pipes. Hydraulic Nozzles, Force
rumps, utinins, l.eail I'ipe. Hose.
IIAHDWAUK, CUTLKHYi NAILS
Uruthes of every variety, etc, etc.
Also, always on lisnd.u larite lot of stores
or aborted sizes. " Duck's 1'alent Cooking
Stove," and the " New World Stove," the
Uo very best and approved patterns lu the
world, l'arlor, Office and Cabtn Stoves,
fancy and plain, constructed on latest fuel
saving plans. Hollers, Ketlls, I'oU, 1'aui,
and everything connected with these stoves,
warranted durabh and perfect,
",,tm'erlal and of choicest patterns.
.Orders attended to with dlsnatch. and
filled according to directions, In every
thing, their stock Is the largest and best
ever brought to Jacksonville, and they are
determined to sell at jaw raicr. ton cimi.
Call and examine their stock berore nur-
cbaslng elsewhere. June 23, 1860.-23.
Agents for JJalllday Jt Co's Wire Kone.
H. Alrl ,M, Al TT ,7 ,S ?
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rp ullUer,I(ine(j pre4ent ownerof tLew
I ,,,, 0u n't'fv tlie public that he
u, secured the services or an experienced
miller, nud will furplbb the
Vmir lino !. r im ......
Cr y UCSt anlliC 01 HOUr
In exchange for wheat, at the following
rates, to-wlt: For ecb bushel of good
wheat, Iblrty-six pouLds or flour, two
pounds or middlings and eight pounds of
bran, ALLKN F. PARNIIAAL
Jacksonville, Dec. 25, 1891. ' ' tf
RYAN, MORCAff I GO.
I J.11V1N- .,K.H.MOn(UK KliWXinULNUI
RYAN, MORGAN & CO.,
IJOOTS & SIIORS,
3f WZsm, SL-M.mm'-a.3fC,
HATS AND CAPS,
Fino Japan and otlxcr
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Orockory & Glassware,
DRUGS & MEDICINES
IRON AND STEEL,
CARPENTER and COOPERS' TOOLS,
Anil other GooiU mlteil U
the wants of tlio I'ubllc
SQr We shall aim to keep up n full -fog
JSand complelo stock oifitJi "Gi
9&T and dturabte Couli, at -XjUt
VST all seasons of tho XDU
HSy- year, and wo "t&a
aQrcan confidently sayta
t$r to our old friends nnd "Qjh
B& the public, that we Intend XT
6r to make It to their Interest to "vu
&3r deal with us. 'iftU
CALL TO SEE US.
Jacksonville, Jan, 8, 18C3 janl It'
TO THE FARMERS.
We shall hereafter take, In exchange lr
goods, all descriptions of produce that wr
can find a market for, at the highest mar
RYAN, MORGAN k CO.
We have constantly on hand bb4 for
HAMS, SIDES k SHOULDERS,
1IUTTER AND EGOS,
RYAN. MORGAN' k. CO.