Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00073
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Tin- os lPre-rr,-i IB1 E i- ROOT
i'ii perel 1 i l 'ING< .'i

expected from ENGLAND

of (; LASSWAR.E and Whitte

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0or' Sale,

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o1' lilre VrV C'licap.
!.. I Di' KINS.,N.
n aiiBil.ti'. '24 I A .. I, 1 .s --. 3

For Sale.

11 i.F 'i ... ofi.\ ,. T %'-: ,--hel i i hf.
W.-. (,,ud I ..pIT '
l: I..s iR \N Prumiir '- I 1f
B lCON &v'.
'2 DU orXs i' -I l of' oyiil (Ga,-iltl:' I" 1it e.I
S-iai lio NM ar s I-.i, 1,' .

: o0 1o JOHN .Ali. M cNEILL & C0)
-" it' \a. 'i a m ( od Fiali ul i
C[,) i .L_.2.- li3 ind i1 !''ront n'treei.
.T N Nf!. Mc-NMI,L & CO., hlii\e Fi gge.
- the '"*'rv'c, a ,"f o n First i']'os Cutter ,nu
i'',; er.- .i imi .t 6-; Front- i .treut.

JO N '. L 'N.l.'1 & ,',)., inviIa tlI:,? PIl,-
' lie t. "ai nd -... sinile ll-'-ir L ir,'c A'-
Srait t i i' Vi.e ."li!!f's ilU, P'aiits'.-
H'iunilt..,!i, Nov'. ')S, )1 l.--ti


SA LL Persons having Demands
ag.in9s the- Unl..rsi'.rleI i are rqu.sted
to) rievltr the s.ii- tor s:t' lemucut; and those
iwho ;rt'e INDEBTED to hi) Lfor hl'vanctes iu
a ; titii >idiu i iA NA !e |f CiopI,, art' rrq Aired to
_-.tat, 1 thlir rH.-i., r'tive \A coumits ,N Oi: IEFORE
atcE irTnH Pl -IMii.
Hamiilton, BE-t nu'la, I
24th April, l. l. 2. )

Late Edward Feild Ast-
V'AI. PER .-w's Iiriv,n Cl,1IMS against
L IhE i':-i:,te o t, o I.i-. t'aptili Edwird
FIeil .:1 i" .', ,re 'rr-q;ae.ste 1 io tfio rwardu ,talc-
i.-ntsi of'illi.: l (4)1 the U ,lcrs'iin-d, nt tile
< l;'cec ti Ihe Vi\'. R. ID. Darr, I, on r itditc f(1I
..' tt gy .; ct,. ; t/',, s .lNl )I'.'lTI-ED
St' 1i;1L [..*:' :lire tLlui, e i t.l m ke p m,'itll t
by t',i lat da-lt.
.' ,.,siuini-.tratir.
'V irwick, 24thi A lri', : .-6'.

)ER. OX' lhavitng Claims against
the R 'iSNr$-,.le, ill vl1',.ae reitder same
in:dv uiii t 3lst Dccembtr, 18 1, on or bfl'oro
tHe I (h 1 iil. i i. ,t.
I'Per,ms ( tlI' \TG I .11111.1 %ill pik ,ue
sa.e iv love datl.
a.imitil'r, May it, 1 S2.

'li I ,FF CI: ('1,i
,Messrs. J, Emtilis Outerbridge


Agents for the Quhlse .-t~mn-hip Company,
t11 S- tH-M.i-N REMO-V-L 'TO
No. 51, Broadway, New

I (ioi1ili

Beriimuda Veterinmary In-
T'i El(OD' I: ;' Oli |I il !DjGi D.V.S., Re-
.i,-. i ce, i ni.litiin,
K. QR!)ll 1MHlW F D.V.., Ri'idence, Ilam-
ihli ,i) s i3h.

W\ ill visit St. (Geoi ,e' Prufeiionsiiiall yuin ues-
days-O()ticeal t Spurling, ILsqr's.
W ill visit "-nr,,- rse n ,,, Frid ys..
leitdi "t., ilarii!l ,i,,.la uiarN :2., 1'" .

IBe. to inform the Pusllic o-f Ilermu.1lj that they
I ae jist receivs.l a' ihe NE" t 'ICE liOU .>-li liro.idwiy,

586 tons of Natural

Iof First Q1n lity, and are now prepared to fur-
nish IC daily to Custiorera in liamilton and

Hamilto.I, April 8, 18832.0'-3m

Warner & Merritt,
I'lholesale Fruit and Produce
5., 54. &, 5C. Delaware Ave.

"; or1 n& Bermuda Agents,
The Metropolitan Hotel, April 1, 17s8.-tt.
Queen street. Hamilton, wih Coach House, Over-oat Picked p.
Apply to stables, &c. Over-Coat ickedUp.
Apply to
M. S. HUNT, r* HE Owner, on application at the
Chancery Lane, Hanmilton. r Royal Gazette" Otlice, can obtain in-
6th February, 18S:2.-tf formniaiou of its whereabouts.
(C fhe Ownur vwill have to pay for this
For Sale odvitiseuinitt aud sinLauneiate the finder.
oI ETitn ilton, April 2t1, 1582.

' r 2 3 KET
S ;.,'... ol// ., ( C ( : ,r
S:. y V.;; ,eg the pret' se.son. 1 AG )NS
.;'i t h -h e s. s;r..l ..' r- stliie' l, id si- To arrive by the t(a r B :l' on 12th May
,.,;,.. it ] '. r. i',i~r,,'d i, ;.tI b\' ti t.* v, il- .yo t lieo t aw .l
S,.1 r ~ !, Ti. I e, T Wh- uge s were built at the Factory ot
j U iT,'-.'. pMr,~; -: 17 J. Is. DeWolf., Haliiax, N.'s., oxp. -iy' fo
... I l 5 Ber0I'tiilda. Pliea sodel't'.ut T. iiO- 't .o.n-'
_' ". '',_lo_____ molating' to:l al,.proveil purcbasera.
S.' .,i.: d.lkiui P..u- pberry.antid asar-g. ALBE lT INGLIS.
p mili. Syrup Driuks. St GoIge's, 15th April, 1882.-tf

For Sale,

In lir.4t clas.i order.
c3r.r particular. ua, Tly at tle OfAlce ot this
-,s, ette."
H-fiauilt'n, April 10, 1662,






19.-Vol. Li.;'.

Jvo4nfffofs' Bler., "' I -Ifocnqeadq;'
I. 'f 99


Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Beruanu.a, between the
3'th April and 7th May 1842. leiehtt above the aea
whAro the Register is ke-it, b)ein, '?46 feet.

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I'moneral Remark .

4 7 6l~.93"111 loudy, hiamy
4171-1 67 I301.0~(10 .4:] loumdy, hamay

16 )l 6-29.991) a.,-0 Iittpine
1: 3 73 0 7 1 3 0 6 3 0 Yli) I h l n e
I 4 75 1 7 1 i1

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Howilton, ay 9, 1882.

May 4-S. S. Vidette, Fuller. New York; assorted
cargo to S. S. Ingham.
S -Mail Steaimer Orinocof Fraser, New York; Mails
and general cargo.-AqcEnts, Trott & Cox.
May 4-Mail Steamer Flamiborough, Whit:-hurst,
New York: 2,212 \ls. potatoes, 8,624 boxes
onions, 13,410 boxes and 241 cratei tomiat'jio s 101
boxes beet, 1 bdl. bd an:nas, 3 ciaes wine.
6-6. S. Vidette, Fulk-r, New York; l,'69 bUs. po-
tatoes, 7,333 boxes o:,i2.ns, 2,101 boxes and 37
crated tomatoes, 30 crates beets.
May 4-American Yacht Vega, Dayton, New
May 4-American Yacht Vega, Dayton, Bar-
In the Mail Steamer Oin.,,, on Sunday last,
from New York:-Mr and Mrs. G. C. Holt, Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. Ospood, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Me
Curdy, Miss and Mr. M,-Curdy, Mr. and Mrs. A.
R. Haddock, Major G. A. Beardsley and Mrs.
BeardAley, Miss Keeler, Mias Barney. Miss John-
son, Mis, E. A. Tucker, Miss Dunscomb, Captain
E. Peder.zon, Lt. Pmrttyme.n, Messrs. Harley Trutt,
W. H. Van Ingen, J. Pomnfrett, W. K. Le.acock,
Wm. H. Phillips, J. A. Russell, Joseph H. Phil-
lips, and J. P. Sandell.-2nu Cabii,-Mrs. A. Mor.
In the Mail Steamer Filrambroquh on Friday last
for New York :-Mrs. Heneage, Master Heneage
and nurse, Colonel H. M. Bois, Mrs. Bois, Mas-
ter Bois, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bims, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Coombs,Rev. B. C. Logan, Captains Luigi
Praeli, and A. Nicolini, Messrs. C. F. Crane, W.
Moore, E. A. Jackson, H. B. Stephens, W. H.
Hughes, Thomas E. Nerle.s, T. B. Bradford. J.
Norman Harvey, Theo. W. Gone.-2nd Cabain, Miss
E. R. Canton, Misa Leua Evans, George Smith,
'John McKay.--Dec/., Chas. Plant, E. Johnson,
A'-.*:-w Mclver, Jose Fenada.

Or* Schr. lfaggie leaves to-day for Demerara,
to return.
I4 Schr. Mystery, leaves St, George's to-morrow
morning for St. Thomas : to return. [See Adver-
Italian Brig F,'aerita, from Savannah via Ber-
muda, arrived at Trapaui April 17.
French Bark'lt _ffal,/: rn., from Hayti via
Bermuda, arrived at Havre, .pri.:,r to 20th April.
Steai-rner Dt'ou, arrived at New York morning'
of 3rl iun-t., an'1 wab along.-id, Doi.k ,c 6-30; w.s
to leave on return on 6th.
Royal Mail Steame Belta hence at Halifax, May 1.
Barque Elza Biras, Hollis, hence at Boston,
April 29, and was to leave oa return, on the .5th.
H. If. S. Ify, left on Friday last for England
direct.-Mr. Deal, late Engineer of Seurpion, soev
eral Shipwrights and time-expired men from the
Fleet went. passengers by the IT'ye.
H. M. S. Flana ,o, from Nassau, N. P., arrived
yesterday morning..
H. M'. S. Urent was docked yesterday at the
Naval Yard.

Steamer Allasa( ithe latest addition to the Guion
Line) has just made the passage from New York to
Qu-enstown arriving on 2nd inst.) in the remark-
ably obort time of 7 days 20 minutes, the fastet ou
record :-lollowing isextra,' t from her log :
Left Sandy Hook, April 2.5, at 112 p. m,
Up to noon, 26, made................. 368 knots
27, noon......... ....... 402 "
'' 2S, d .......... ..... 413 "
29, o ...... ..... ...0 402 "
30S, ........... ..... 396 "
lst y ... ... ........ 39 "
2nd ........... .... 396.
Paebed Fabtn. t day at 3-"'J p.m. & 117
arrived at Queeaatowu at 6-15 p.m. 1

Total...... 2S93 "
Actual t'me, 7 days and :.' minutes.

H. M3. S. OroUtes" arrived at Grassy Bay at
11 a. rn. on Tuesday. th,. *2nd Initant. On Thurs.
day the -Ith, the embarkation of the various details
to be s~nt. home was carried out as under.
The "Orontes" had on board 4 Companies of the
Royal Scots, Lothiau Regiment, under Lt.-Colonel
Ha0sell of that Regiment for Jamaica and Barba-
dos, and two Militrvy Start Clerks for liarbados.
The- Pioneer" left Hamilton for St. Gerge's
on Wednesday aftei. ,on The emibarkatiou i.,f the
St. George's Detach:uent t.:,ok place at 7 a. m. on
Thursday, and the "Pioneer," after transferring
them to IH. M. S. Oroutes," proceeded direct to
Hamilton, which was reached at 9045 a. m.
The. Hamilton-Prospect Detachment, which should
have started at l' a. mi., was unavoidably delayed
till 11 a. m., at which hour the ''"Pioneer" left for
Ireland Island. The Detachment from Boaz and
that station was picked up, aud the whole conveyed
to the "Orontes."
All business connected with the embarkation
was c.., 1 p. min., anil shortlyy before 2 the
"Pioneer," with all visitors anid others from the
'' Or.nts,'" left for Ireland and Han:ilton.
The following is a statement of all Military and
other passengers embarked:
Ryal Aritdery-\ Sergt., 3 Men, 2 Women, 7
jRiy'l ELngineers-1 Corpl., 3 Men.
R. I. Rtldes-l Otlicer, I Color Sergt., 13 Men, 1
Woman, 1 Child.
A. H. Corps-3 Men.
0. .S. C,,',,s-1 Man, I Woman, 4 Children.
In addition to these the following were granted
passages by indulgence:-
Mrs. Montague anl child (if':animily of Commiast.
Clerk:. Mrs. Bats iwiife of Coril1. Bates. 2Sth Co.,
R. E.,) Son of Asst,.-Comrn. Genrl. C. Ralph, O. S.
Mr. N':ttletun, late Paymaster of H. M. S. Ter.-
r.r, :al Mant-r McClintuck also) went pl)assengers
fer Ena''m.ln iu the Oron,,..

2'. **Oroutes" fiually failed at 4 p. mn. the same
. ay tor Jamai.-a and Barbads, en route to Eng-

The Standard says: More genial, more delicate
than Carlyle. Emerson nevertheless had much in
common with bira. His lops will be keenly felt 'on
both sides of the Atlantic. '
The Daly Te'eqgraph says that Emerson, alike in
his e'nqrent prose and thoughtful poetry, has been
the mo:t genuine A.-ric-.u amongg all that brilliaLt
New England company to whieh he belonged

ST. JoHNs, N. F., Aptil 29..-A mount exciting
scene occurred at noon to. day opposite th Comn,-
mercial Rooms of this, ity. Mr. A. L. Bla.:kmat,,
man,,gei in Nem fouudlan I of the Now York Rail.
way syndicate's affairs, aimed with a f.'rmid.dle
cudgel, stepped up to James Murray, of the Er:.n-
int T.'! yr.,a, anw! b,-laborEd him iu a ,uo-t nuijmr-
ciatl ifhi .n. M'Iuc'rayv. severely wounded, wasv
carriA.l to his tsiden .e in Love liu, f.,llowcd by a
train uf -surw-ons. Bl..kman, the hat-looluded Ten-
nessee man, went coolly to hiAs hotel.

We are requested to remind that Mns. GORnOov
will be AT HOME" from 4 to 6-30 To-morrow,
Wednesday, at I. Clifton."

.6th May, 1SS2.
The u-ual adjourned sitting of the. C.ourt for
ilmaLtt'ers unot requiring' a jury was held on this day.
Ii the case of O.t, i'rje rano.l iamother vs. Heney
the Attorny General mo..ved for Ju.lgn'-nt and
taxation of costs. The Jud.-inent was entered up
for 40 1I and the cotSts were taxed aLt 14 13, 7.
Th:-re being no other business to be disputed of
the Court. rose.
6th May. 1882.
(Befurs His Honor the Chief Justice at Cl/ial is.)
Atkins v. Adkins.
This action was commenced on 9th January last,
and the defendant was arrested under the Debtors
Act, 18S0. She gave be,'urity by a deposit in Court
of the sum of 11 10 0 and was thereupon released
from the custody of the Marshal.
The Writ of Sunmiouns was returned on the Re-
turn Day of Easter Term (27th February) and, no
appearance having been entered for the defendant,
Judmenut by nihil dliet was entered for the plain.
Mfr. Reginald Gray for the plaintiff now applied
under the 8th Rule of Court made on 2Sth Febru
ary, 1SS1, for an order for payment to the plaintiff
of the 11 100O deposited in Court.
The Chief Justie made the order accordingly.

Court of Vice Admiralty.
Before the Hon. Josiah Rees, Judg&.
3rd May, 1882.
TnE "AlFRE'" DEaEmIzC.
Mr. R. D. Darrell presented a Petition praying
for a new appraisement of the ship, her tackle,
apparel and furniture on the ground that the ap-
praisement already made under the authority of
the Court (358 14'6) was too small. Mr. Darrell
read in support of the Petition an affidavit of Mr.
A. R. Thompson and Capt. J. D. Steele who had
valued the ship and her appurtenances at 771 5/0.
His Honor the Judge intimated that he was re-
luctant to set aside the apprainment made by di.
reaction of the Court except on very strong grounds,
but said that the discrepancy between the ap-
praisement and the value subsequently placed on
the property was so great that he should decree a
new appraisement and direct that there should be
new appraisers.
Court adjourned to Monday next, 8th Instant, at
12 noon.
Sth May, 1882.
The new appraisement of the ship and her ap-
purtenances was returned, the aggregate amount
of it being 361 14/2.
Mr. Ormond T. Middleton moved for restitution
of the ship to the owners.
The Judge decreed restitution on payment of the
expenses on behalf of the Crown, and on bail being
given in the sum of 220 to answer Salvage.
(Nott. Re,,titution of the cargo had te,i already de-
ereid ors th, paiinent of the expenses on bihalf of the
Crirt, a,?l on lail briq given in 300 to answer
Mr. Middleton said the owners- of the ship and
cargo were not prepared to take restitution on the
terms named.
The Advocate General said that under the cir-
cunistances he moved for condemnation of the ship
and cargoo to the Crown.
The Judge decree d condemnation subject to the
,'luiis ,if th~ salvors and the other lawful uhitr-es
,ii .,Lyi,
The ',.i .t adjiiurned until Tuesday (this day)
9th Instant, at 12 noon.

We find the f.,llkwiU' i the Army and Navy Ga-
zette of the 15th April:-" It is reported at Wool-
wich, we do not know with what funudation, that
the vacant post of Governor of Bermuda is to be
offered to Major-General Sir Ch:,rl, Arbuthuot,
K.C.B., R.A., the present Duputy-Adjutant.-Gen-
eral of Artillery. Few offiers are more deserving
than Sir Charles Arbuthuot, for he has done much
to stamp out that .system of favouritism which has
unfortunately, exijt-d for too long a period in con-
nection with Art1le-ry patronage, and which has
done so much to lower the Royal Regiment in the
estimation of the service. A better Deputy-Adju-
tant-General never held office, nor one more
thoroughly conscientious."

The following extracts are from the London Ga-
zette of the 1Sth ultimo :-
AnxyR Pxr DEPAmTMENT.-The undermentioned
Paymaster to be Staff Paymaste'r, with the Hono-
rar v rank of Major: William Blenkin Davis, vice
H. W. Vyner, retired. Dated 2ndNovember, 18351.
R. I Rifles -Lieut, Charles Haggard, Adju-
tant, to be Captain, vice H. D. A. Cuttbill, promot-
ed. Dated 19th November, 1881.
The following Officer to receive Brevet promo-
tion under the Royal Warrant. 1881, &c. Captain
to be Major, John Day, Royal Artillery. Dated
ISth December, 13S1.
THu Partcss OF WrALES'S OWN IYorkshire Regi-
ment.--Sergt. Majot George Hedingham to be
Quartermaster vice J Hedingham, posted to the
4th Battalion.-Dated 19th April, 1S82..
TuE DUEE OF Er,r~strno's (Wilt shir:. Regiment.)
-Lieut.-Col. A. L. WaVlker has been appointed to
command the 2nd Battalion.-Date-d 7th January,
THn Roy.u. IRrsH RirLrs.-Lieut.-Col. J. K. D.
Mackenzie has been appointed to command the. 2ad
Battalion.- Dated 19th November, lbN*2.
Inspector of Machinery-F. C. Allons, to the
Terrc'n, additional, aN Superinten.ling En'ineer of
Bermuda Yard, vice Lloyd.-Ai., a,}.J aiy 0.t -
trte, April 22.

EniQlish Tributes to Emerson.-LoODON, April
29.-The Times says that with Ralph Waldo Emer.-
son's death a great break has occurred. Tie
resent generation has lost the stron-,est aud almLast
e sole tie which binds it to the Bomton or Con-
cord of Hawthorne, Margaret Fuller, Alcott,
Channing and Theodore Parker.

Presii'lent, aud W. H. Jous, Secretary.
Altho:,ugh too late in the season to be ,of any very
great benefit, yet it shovs that the people are de-
tetmiued to protect themselves, andu it is to be'
ho.,ped that in th next season, when all the Parish.
es shall be representsl, conibination :and co-opera-
tion will prodituc':o -ood results in favour of the

DEAR MR. LEE.-I was rht-wn to-dl.y the Plan
and Etuna.tte of the prop.po-ed Peoples' Ste-amer,
sJ.igestel1 to be called the atg i f IIaa. it-.,, 'ithl
whiIh I wa.9 gie.atly rle.i.d. I was informeil
tltt a Put..,li Meeting, for the purpose of rei:eiviug'
the nunme of desirous of taking shares.- it
a .ntte, will be hel u on or about the 24th inst., auni
which I have every reason to believe will be well
attended. This men-eting will take pli,:e at the Tw-wu
Hall, Hamiltou, which, I understriud, has been
kil.lly loaned for the special purpose.

May S, 1S82.

Youis, A NATIVE.

There sreras a deterntun:ti.:iu to keep the "'' all
rolliug" at. Prospect with reward to sport. Their
" Band" of the above h.lving t .ken up the cudael
in bringing to the front their Vocal and Intriu-
meUnt taleut, which is b.y no means "slack,"
j.imlging, from what we heard last Tu-esday a:nl
Weluesdav evi uings. Fr a ''mix,':" eintrtaiia-
nimeiit, we think notlhiumg ,, 01. have t,.,,u better, aunl
the B.ihnla.ter Mir. R. BLown, we n.,'..Tatul.ate,
for having worked. the :ounert up to u,.h-,inu ex.cel-
lent pitchin su, h a short time. It i? not necessary
to enter into lettils of each piece, .but suffice it to
s-y, the glee singing was very good "all round."
The Fanta-ia on '" Swiss Airs"'' wa,- splenlily ,:'.t
thr. iigh, the so:,los being for Oboe" iSweenev i,
" Cirnet" tWillianti,, ** Clarionet" iSergt. Emery'i,
" Euphoniuun" (Morrisey), and Picolo" (Corpl.
Pearson), each performing their parts very credit-
ably and receiving great applause. T. Mayo was
the next on the scene, with a song entitled "Nelly
Ray," sung well and rendered very effe:tiveby the
" Chorus" being smung by the "' Gke Class" at the
side of the stage.. C.rrpl. .Penrson played a solo
and variation- for Flute entitled Kinloih of Kin-
loch," which was rendered with great precision,
and displayed splendid execution. Lieut. W. E.
O'Leary's reading was-very amusing and well se-
lected, it finishing with a very good "moral," and
was much appreciated. .Part II Icommenced with
Grand Selection (Faust, with "Soldiers Chorus,"
remiuding one 'so much of "Covent Garden."
Lieit. M E. Mulchinock shewed himself "Master"
of the Pianoforte, and his lightness of touch made
his solo very effective, and was much appreciated.
Lance-Sergt. Emery played a Fantasia, written for
the Clarionet, by "'Brepsant," and for richness of
tone and clever execution, nothing could be better.
The Burlesque Carnival de Venice" was much
enjoyed, there being solos for." Cornet" (Williams),
"Althorn" (Lealody,, Flute" (Pearson,) Ch-
rionet" (Emery), and Bells" (Sweeney.) A word
of praise is due to Bandsman M. Sweeney, for the
able manner in which he manipulated the sticks,
when playing the "Bells," a really clever perform-
ance, which was loudly appl.iuded. The Musical
Operetta of the Blind Bergars" was next goue
through, the ch-aracters, "' Mr. Zachariah Morgan"
and "Mr. Buffies," being sustained by P. Shea
andM. Sweeney, respectively, "The Pedestrian"
was a good "get up" in the person of H. Haw-
thorne. The singing and actin', in this amusing
Operatta, was excellent, and canused roarsof laugh-
ter. The entertainment cioncluled with a Polka
Comique, entitled "Des Mas:|iuee" introducing
Merlitons by "-Dumas." Bandsman M. Gritfey
contributed to the evening's amusement, by sing-
ing a very pretty B:dlad entitled Mother take me
home again." Baunlsmaun H. Hughes was the
pianist, who accompanied the songs. This being
the first entertainment of the kind in Prospect, the
promoters were rewarded with twobumping houses
for their exertions, and we hope ere long to see
"The Band" to the front again.

Earl Cowper has resigned the Lord Lieutenancy
of Ireland, and Earl Spencer, now Lord President
of the Council, has been appointed.
Earl Spencer, who is forty seven years old, was
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland trom 1869 to 1874,
when the Gladstone Ministry resigned. For his ser-
vices in Ireland it was proposed to raise him to the
dignity of a marquis, but he declined the honor.
Since April, 1880, he has been Lord President of
the Council. The Earl has one of the finest libra-
ries in England. It was formed chiefly by the se-
cond Earl Spencer, who employed Dibden as his
Earl Cowper has beeu LordtLieutenant of Ireland
since May, 1880. He is lorty-eight years old, but
he hi unot taken a very prominent part in public
iflair-. In 1865 he ias seat as Euroy Extraordin-
ary t, Copenhagen to crnnler the Order of the Gar.
ter on King Christian IX.

SrrTEs.-A bill prohibiting the admission for the
period of ten years of Chinese laborers into the
"Tnited States of America, has passed both houses
o:,f (C.gress. A .,niewhat similar Bill making. the
period of admission twenty years inte:adof ten had
been vetoed by the President.
dent Arthur sent.a message to Cona.,rss on the 20th
ultinimo, in which he states that "robbery, murder
and resistance to law has become so common in
Arizoiina as to cease causing surprise, and that the
people are greatly intimidated and losing confidence
in the protection of the law." and he suggests the
co-operation with the civil authorities of a part of
the reg-ular army, as a posse comitatus. In ourSup-
ple meutarv sheet to-d.iy will Ie found tlurilling des-
oriptionofthe sortofatimusement. that are pursued by
a class of desperadoes designated "tow boys" iu
that recently-admitted State into the American
Union. Thse desperadoes do not only carry on
their depredations within the Territoryof the Union,
but extend them into Mexico.
The following notice appears in some of the late
New York:--"In Cl'har .-ry, Enm.lnd, Harri-t
Croft Ryland, or heirs, legatees of Will ..f Thloin.ts
Futllerton Warren, are entitled to it S. 12. 11 3.
Address Henry M1. Walker, No. 319, Broadway,
New York." In the New Y...rk "Times"' of the
28th April, is noted the inp.risonmnent of Edward
Croft Ryland, the kno:wu brother of the Harriet
Croft RPyland, who is dead, and who claims and
who to doubt is the lawful lheir of the said H, C.
Ryland. So sure of this is Henry Mf. Walker, to
whom refereni e is imi ile, th.ithe has otlered Ryland
to eeur. the t'lS, 12.5 11 3. on his giving him $20,-
0 00. .

To E,-,.,r vf ., G.,:m,..
DEAR Sma,-At a rtec-ting held in the S.hool
Ro,:.m in Devi:inhir. on Monday, April 24th, it was
resolved to form a Farriner's Club, whose object
should be mutual protecti,.u, and for co-operati.:nu,
so as to reduce expen-.cs and to endeavour to obtain
letter prices for produce than have so far been o:b-
tuinedl. At an adjuurued'l rueetiug' hell May Ist, a
C'lub wias formuel with fo:rty-t.wo members, twenty-
four of these b.-iug from Smiths and eighteen from
Devonushire, calling themselves the Devonshire and
. Smith's Planters Club, adopting' fi.r their guidance
the Constitution and bye-laws of the Warwick
Planter's Cltub. OtCc-ers for the present year, Na-
thaniel Vesev, Pre,.ileut, Herbert Peniston. Vice

spoke pleasantly to him. He was white with pas-
sion and made no answer, but drew a pistol and
tired it point blank at her face. Although they
were only a few I'eet apart, hia aim failed him. She
turned on her heel and ran down the street. The
boy ran after her, firing as they ran, until a gentle.
man caught the girl up in his arms and ran into a
house with her. Drake came quickly upon the
scene and demanded admittance, but was relused.
Iu the meantime a party was in pursuit of hint and
lie ran from them. In his flight he fired a shot at
himself without effect. As the pursuers were gain.
i:ig. he suddenly stopped, pi'ced the pistol in both
lhiaids, and I ylig thlrn-uzzle agait t his loeh.?ad,
fired, and fell dead upon the stroe-t.

The petition prepared by the Garfield Club ,of
New York asking the Presid-nt to mitigate the sen.
ttnce .f the coirt in irti in the c a.' of Serg.ant
Mason was taken to VWa'LijtonSaturday night by
a ,:,.'umitLee ..of the club. Th, p.tii.u is ,,vei' .t
nile long and i:. computed to have nearly 17.5,U00

-xo x&x Srm, 1182.
Van Nordcn. Mrs. Chas' t. Albans
Smnith, Mrs-.G,:o.Gregory j. V
Mailliard, A. ........... San Francisco, OAl.
Stillwell, M. E......... East Oranue, N.J.
D .:.u;,R ......... :-
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Ma;-t,-r W illie
'< Fr:uLik ...... .
Eccliston, Mrs. J. H. ... New York.
Sh...emaker, Mi, Nellie
Bla.11 h
Stewart Bannie
-" Rtelb.i,: 11 Baltimore, Md.
White, S.tUe
Perot, W .Y.'...... .
White, Miles........... J
Foote, H. U. .......... New York.
Haddock, Arba R......t N. Y
Mrs. rooyu, Y.
McCurdy, Richard A. ..
SMrs. New York City.
Miss and Maid.. New York City.
Robt. H.........
Phillips, W. H........ Taintou, Mass.
Jos. H........ M
Porubutt, J ...........
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Burney, Miss ..........
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Beardsley, Geo. H.....,,
Gates, Mrs. M. A.... Sarat a Sp. Y.
Davis, Robt. H. ....... o
Brokaw, Isaac ......... Newark, N. J.

Prices of Bermuda Produce in the Now York
Market, on the 4th instant:-
Potatoes, per barrel....... $600
Onions, per box........... $10 firm
Tomatoes, per crate...c., 50c to 65c *
Beets, per box......... ,2-00
of good quality.

We are pleased to learn that Mr. Herman Teale,
third son of our townsman, 0. Teale, Esq., passed
his second professional examination in Medicine,
with honors, at the Aberdeen, Scotland, University
on last winter term.

A BEET, weighiug 131 lbs., was kindly sent to
our Office lant evening by Mr. Jabez Outerbridge,
of Hamilton Parish. We may allude to its quality
in our next.

LoNDON, May 1.-The rowing match between
Hanlan of Canada and Trickett of Australia took
place this afternoon on the Thames and was won
by Hanlan. The course was from Putney to,
Mort lake, and the stakes 1,000.
Trikkett.won the toss for position and chose the
Surrey station. Hanlan rowed 3,) strokes in the first
minute and was ahead very soon, rowing neatly
and easily. Trickett was pretty close, but was nor
going so easily. Hanlan's time for the first mile
was five minutes and seventeen seconds. He was
then a length clear of Trickett. Soon after Han-
lan, amid a good deal of laughter, stopped dead
and looked around. There were again cheers and
laughter when shortly afterward he stopped for
quite a couple of strokes. Trickett in the mean-
while was rowing in good form, but it was evident
tliat Hanlan could do what he liked with him. So
h,.llow a ra,.e h.-i seldom been witness..-d evn-o with
Hanlan. There was ixty-tbree seconds difference
in the time of the men when off Barnes, even
though Hlaulin st:.pp:-l for sixteen seconds. The
chanipion f irly made a show of Trickett, and won
with ridiculous ease by too many lengths to count.
After the finish of the race lT.ilan turned around
anij met Tri,:-kett. lie tleu turne-l a-ain androwe I
to the winning p it, re-a liinu it a length ahead.

To the Ed:tior of t, Royal Ga:d!/e.
MY DEAR Mi, LEE,-I ni still I, -..,yg among
thv spheres, still alive AND ICKiNt, among my Ossy
tormeutora, and I cannot allow one of them-nor
anyv one s--igning, SOL.E, to malign my vener-
able relatives without raisinv- my uuenfeebled arm
iu their defence.
It may be a matter of indifference to the multi -
tude, but however erratic my movements may-at
my pleasure-be, on the race course and parade
ground, in matters of Science I love accuracy,
hence, I shall feel obliged if SOLALR will let us
all know wh-ther he really intended us to believe
that my Paternal relative Jupiter and my dear sis-
ter Venus while travelling in .'pposite directions
were b,t/ "approaching the Western horizon" ?
My hammer often encounters some very tough
biti, but I eonft-i this is really 1"a H- a ''i."
Allow me to add that though I have only one eye,
I keep that one liftingx"-especially towards our
,.turnual luminiiiaries, and I cannot refrain from
recording my conviction that .very one who takes
an interest in the SOLAR SYsrEM will feel grateful
to your correspondent for his emoncie definition of
what "'is termed a Transit of Venus."
Believe me ever,
Yours faithfully, as of yore,
Bermuda, 2nd Maty, 1882.

Trying t,. '/..,v/a Girl of Fiftee ant ths, killing
lAnse/l'.-ST. PAUL, Minn., May 3.-A most singu-
lar and romantic case of immature passion was dis-
closed here' this afternoon in a tragedy. For sever-
al months Albert Drake, a well-connected youth of
16 years, bha been in the agonies of a first love with
Miss Jennie PFaulkener, 15 years old, daughter of a
well-to-do and highly respected family. The affair
having assumed a more dangerous form than a
schooluate attachment, the mo,,ther of the girl for-
bade the yiuth the house and further association
with her child. She had no further objection than
their youth. Young Drake asked the girl to elope
with him, but she declared her intention to obey herl
mother. Having broken the news to her lover iu
person gently but firmly, young Drake accused her
of having deserted him for a rival, and the) separa-
ted in mutual distrust yesterday. To-day the girl
was returning from school when she met the lad and

Pembroke, May 8, 1882.


For the Royal Gazette.
DAin. MN. LEE.-All of the farmers must look
out, not to take mutilated, or badly worn coins.
British coins, light in weight. are available for pur-
chase in foreign markets, and if we, farmers, take
the same in payment we shall encourage its irmpor.
station and damage the country.
Yours, very truly
May 9, 1882.

.For the Rolal Ga:='ete,
Mn. EDTTOR.-I was much pleased on visiting
the Hamilton Hotel yesterday to find that quite a
number of visitors had arrived by the r;,,.,,,o
from New York. Whilst there the hoIpit:a.
ble Mr. Farnham, the Proprietor, kindly showed
me through the Hotel, and I must say thit great
credit is due him for the vast number of hmprove-
meuts whih he has recently made for the comfort of
*his guests.
Yours, &I., B.
Hamilton, May 8th, 1882.

WARwrcoz CLUB.--Ou. the rntny important re.
solutions adopted by the Warwick Plauter's Club
at a meeting held on the 16th ilt., reads thus:-
-"That we as a body. dk. resent to the utnimot if our
ability, any and every attempt at coer..ion or intim-
nation made by any peronu to the injury of this
TcE HousE.-Our Publie now have a flue looking
biuildinar for the :.e business situated at the East
End of Broadway. and the proprietor has hundreds
of tons of that courmnodity on hand. Capt. Stahl
will strive to keep ui cool this summer.
PrOTooaRpa'.-I trust the Public will not forget
to pay Messrs. Darrell & Co., a visit as early as
possible, and treat themselves to one of our late and
much esteemed Governor's Pictures. (Every farni.
ly should have one).
ELFr.Er PLATXNO.-Mr. H. A. Grantham will
be glad of a call, if you have any articles that re.
quire to be plated, as he has very extensive appear.
atus for the work, and guarantees satisfaction
and at a cheaper rate than it can be done abroad.

DzmP SOIL Fro POTATOEs.-Where potatoes are
planted deep, as they should be, the soil must be
worked correspondingly d.-ep, and the manure well
and deeply mixed with it. The seed lying on the
cold, raw subsoil, will not do well. This I have
thoroughly tested, and the effect is mot decided.
Working the soil so as to get a few inches of mel-
low, rich earth below the seed, is what is wanted.
Plow the manure under, re-plow and thoroughly
mix manure and soil. The extra labor will be a
good investment. A still further improvement in a
dry season (and the seasons are usually dry) is a
light coat of manure applied after the trround is
prepared : if coal ashes are added, better still. This
forms a mulch as well as enriches. manure and sur-
face soil being mixed by cultivation. In this way
the driest season and the hottest. weather may be
defied,an I had the most gratifying. evidence the
past season, the finest, soundest tubers coming out
of the deep, mellow soil whon harvested, and leav-
ing the ground in the best condition for a succeed-
ing crop, and without first plowing-only harrow-
ing, or cultivating and harrowing, the land hbeing
clean. If for potatoes again or a root crop, plow.
ing now will be easy. It pays to take paius with a
hoed crop.-P. G., Fort Plain, N. Y.

WAITING FOR DEATH.-In an "old weather.,
be %ten, smoke-dried, low-pitched building" iu which
were confined a number of old men waiting for their.
release by death. *'I do not remember any sight
in Siberia that so touched me as this. To see scores
of able-bodied men pent up in wards with nothing
to do was bad, to hear the clanking of their chains
was worse, though many of them were burly fellows
who could carry them well. More touchiv'g still
were the convoys of exiles with faithful and inno.
c.nt women following their husbands; but to see
these old men thus waiting for derth was almost
melancholy picture. The doctor inspects tbe cou-
victs once a month, and determines upon tho.e who
are past work, who, in the absence of any specific
disease, are then brought into these wards for the
remainder of their lives. To release them, the
colonel pointed out, would be no charity, beciuse,
being too old to work, and being out of the near
range of poor-houises or similar inttitmuionu., iley
would simply starve. And thus they were left in
confinement. for a Higher Power to set them free.
They lounged in the prison and in the yard, and
some sat near a fire, though it was a sunny day in
July. One old man was p,,inted out who had at-
tained to four-score years, and another bad rea,chd
the age of ninety, and so on. The difficult breath-
ing of one, however, the wheezing lungs of a b-c-
ond, and the hacking cough of a third, proclaimed
in prophetic tones that. their time wa, sh.-,rt; and
one wi.fhed them a softer pillow for a dyia:x head
than a couvt,.t's shelf in a prison ward."-T/,r.,'/,
sibria, by Heay La ipdul/.

A Box of, without exception, the vilest trash in
the shape of TOBALTOES ever shipped, and
Marked T. R. [T,,,.'I..f Refi.'s.]
was sent to our offil:e last evening, where it remains
on exhibition. This Bo'x wa-) returned pter h'i...'r
on Sunday to the parts whlo i-eut it to nu. The
tiratora ou thte top.'ni anu] siide- ,,f the 1. ,x
were wra-iped in luts of '.'. .. in yellow straw l..i-
per, and the ceutre fill1.l with very small toutatoes
-one or two quite rotten and all. excepting three,
perfectly green. Can it be wondered at that our
honest shippers realize such small prices when
such rascally tricks are practised. Does not thi-
show how ne,:cesary it is for a geuer'al inspection of
the Produce before I.einug shipped.

For tl., Ro!/al Ga:elte.
DEAR MR. LEE.-I am glad to notice that the
large number of Ornamental trEes, which have
lately been planted in our Public: Grounds, are aUll
growing nicely. I will give their names, viz. : Oaks,
Elms, Beach, Planes, Ash, Liraes or Lindon, White
Horse-Chestnut. Sycamore,. They have' been
planted in our Public Park at Hamilton, at St.
John's Church Yard, in the Public Building
Grounds, along the southern side of Public road di-
rectly opposite Public Building,, and .i few given to
I have been informed that thesi- Trees were pre-
sented by Robert G. Lee, Esq., who is doing busi-
ness in London. and he is one that possesses true
love for his country. Thi. step is in the rightdiree-
tion. and when those Tree, throw their wide spread
shady bough, over our Park, &e?., Mr. R. G. Lee's
name will be fondly remembe-red. This being the first
Bermudian abroad who has thought fit to adorn hiM
own Country Parks, &e., with suitable frees, I trust
others will soon follow suit.
DEAR ME. LEE,-As barrels are scare, nnd all
packages very expensive, would is not be well for
the Clubs to charter a sailing '-.1 andi send her
to the West Indies with potatoes in bulk F This is
done in other countries, why not try it here ?
Yours very truly,


"When a in in i- ,leteriiuced to write in spite of
th i. 'et thi.t lihe can't write. the result is cnutiokui
Sn il iik. 1 t in.'-. It i- al ,old -tory, a -tory ,f ti
I.,.' 1 .;,v I ,ati 1hut it i4 too good not to ,be revive1.
A u.nut It willnu it'r lii- hloti at an inu f. r the li*ALt
W il II lir, ,; _,. wj t 1!I' Qlir.i'lI] lo ;.eu t ouie i tIi(
IW',O n,, '. r],,- ol w .r' wh- o brou '."Lt t1l",- blt.'t to li-
ont 'i i'1 ,oui..h P4 l the ftil..wiung bill :--
T' alS .............................1..4 d. ;
r -. .. . . .. ..... . i: .

Total.......................... s.
If you are nit a,..quaiuted with thii foreign
tongue we may hellp you to a proper renderiung by
saying that the first item is about "an horse" and
the second hints at 'a g'ottin' on him home-"
Jumbo ii the sensation (iof the day in New York.
and was ite sensati,-n of Londion a few dtays ago.
Whether the newspaper artiele- were tributes to
Ihe merits of Jumbo and the public interest in him,
or advertisements cleverly devised by the kinu, ,-f
showmen, is an opeu question. Jumbo is the great
elephant (11 feet 6 inches high) which has been in
the Zoological Garden<. Loidou, iJr many years,
ha4 hepn purchased by Mr. Biariumni an his partners,
and has just been landed in New York. If all tho
Lh .. ...., 1'.,l ,l, Ind.

By u b i e A u c
A t II o'".-,. :, .
T he D 1 'll, I,,< i ',t ,

13 I l- DHui, HF.lit'ax FISf
.5 Bis. Extrta Pilot BPEAD
'5 'Ya[vy DO.
10 Boxes BISCUITS-assorted kin
10 Bbls. Grocery SUGAR
25 Family HAMS
25 Qr. Bales HAY
10 Casks Kerosene OIL
10 Tubs BUTTER
,00 Lbs. Jamaica GINGER
50 Gross-Chaces-Comrb MATCE
101) Cases TIN-suitable for cove
Roofs-the last of the Lot
5 Cases I lb. Tins LOBRTERS
10 Qr. Boxes Gold Leaf TOBACCI

t i 0 ,


J 'Ji, pURSUANT to a v'Vit to m.:. directed by
SCOLONELM E. C. Gor:D..N. Royal Engi-
T ,- ,. in,.rs. A,.liuini:traltor n,.1n. C,,innta der-in-Chiet
N-"i 0 1 in and ,'r.r the.-e i'lan.d-'..aid uL.iler thi- great

tiS.- that P ll for the
H EJeiof a oon roner
(in pll-. e of Charles ('hiiholm Keane. Esq..
Sr,'i will be opened at the COURT
LndsT OUSE, in the Town of Hamilton, at 11 o'clock

Saturday, the thirteenth day of May
now next ensuing, of which Freeholders and
I others will take notice.
-ring Shed r,., J.,,. Ge,./.
Ist May, 1.SS2.-2 on 3p.

A S I l'opose ofTeriig mys -las a
O Canlidlate for the

New York o fail Steamner.


'.' -.'., %-" 0,,.
C.-'APTAIN FIN .:Ifrt,
Vill leave hence for the Port of
Aew York,
At 1 p m.,

I lth May, 1882.
To leave thence fur return on Thursduy. ISth
Unless previously killed, the rt',eipllig for the
loading of hie '"I Ori,moo)" vi !'e continued ulu.
til 6 p.m. \\'~Edesday, 10th 11:yV. The usu:A!
care of Tuirntoes wit be observed.
Parcels and Suje io on Frei .rht will be reee.ved
until '; p.min., W\\ iedr,-d.iyv lil.);i b v'.
Bills ofl ntlig wil l I'e s'.irnud until 10 .rn.,
ith i ay, thle .-.iimppiug ieei'p?. hbeingr separ.t

columns ithat have nbe.ij printed in ,h-.uliti, ...i. i m O lu aed 1. u al.
American pal-er.s abut ,Juubo were ivetn in the A D. Of e of CORONER., Tli .-s-e,,er .tama will be removed a.t 30
way of news, Mr. Barnum lns received a tremen- BC EO D T r' past, 1 t.1 1 bh y.
dous amount of free advertising. B. D. I respectfully request the support of the free- ,,,e past r',ii l11th lavy.
-- 20 Bags OATS, 5 Bus. each, daIm- holders of the Western district. I' t? O( T COX,
Darn',n' ;r it c R rion.-LoDON, it-iy .-- ,,i-.'l 1y Sea Water on board the Pchooner AGG EIS OUTERBRIDGE, M.D. Algen-h..
C a( k reu F arrar i hii'inier m,,u ftee inyrrAe :r,-l N ewA,
bey last night, eloiz t la'e Mr. D.inin. H ook Borden, on a e from ilton. May 3rd, -,ion, erud,h y, .-
swid there was rension to b.ieve tlt th..i t. tla,'k ",York and. on survey recoLmm tndod ] to be H ilo__ _ y_ r _, _ __'_ __-- 1 --
nmade upon religion in hi u) wia eont-ary t. s;lo on aceonut of whole it may concern. N tice Coholnait l.,e.
bis so-lemn co-n iceti,,u e. I'e miio,' siid that rli. ALso, ,
gious faith reds upon io undatiou which no plhy.i- T Mlanv other GOODS that will appear at the ..- HE Emlporiuin has in stock upwards of
caldiscoveriescan imp:ii. Sale. / T, ( O 76000 garments.
Tir CLorTU r.-LNLotoN, May 1.- Tn the T-Hono B, W. WALKER & CO., HALIFt)X, ( .
of Commons tu-night tle consideinltini of tl'el'C .H- J Auci[neers. ..L' 0LI- X',
resolution was resumed. Hfamilton, May S,. 18-2. WrILL Open an .iGENCY in HAMILTON U 'U
Mr. O'Donniell's-imeuindment that the initiative of ____________________________--- in the course of next Month, of which
losing a debate hbetaken by a ie-ponuibl.- Minister-. At due notice will be given. A H ARVEST HOMEi
and not by the Speaker, was reie.:'ted by a vote of i. o0 A Cco nt Ot A general ,ankirg Business will le trnsact- J-
22,0to 164. was then adj:,urnel. 1' 8 (. O 8 t under the clha:rge of N. A. IHuITrEnrlFL, ENTERi'AIN,\ENT, at the
G'oHweS and Owners. Es Aget
There's only one gate through whith gold can't Esq., Agent.
go, andthat'.thogate otheaven. Itinpity. too. F' rep, ltllv off, to ship F.R UDA D. H. DUNCAN TEMPERANCE HALL, C AWL,
because i getting grl-l sone p-pe loe every IDIUC ( for Sale at Nexv York b Cashier.
thing, aud wien they net to the _-te if the ,nuey .i 3/ I ( J -J
cau't go through there won't be enough of a- i eil'er of t"he vndlrrmen>ioied reppeelabla Com- Hamilton, -nld April, 1882.-3 3p. lMay i I th,
thing else to rmke it worth while to continue the mission Houses ho may he pliterr d by Own- n id of the Work otheNe .
journey. Since a mere nothing can't go to heaven ers, ShipperRs, and grower. ece ve in aid or e Work F. rch.
some folks will have to camp out on the outside. Not re-pon-ibWe liowev.r for the net proceeds R'CV A ver) interesting tiio may be expected,
-- until paid to onr order in New York which 10I OTTONS PIIINIPS SHEETING therefore wo exicon.' :: very cordial invitation to
Up to the third of May the iiv\-r St Lawren,-e order will be given to the New Yutk,C'onsignees 'r;ToJLI NG 'I'TCKINQ QUILTS our friends to come and help i-'.
wa-I blocked with ice. The Allan Steamer the-a or Sale, for eanh shipment. &c. Admissi. n I. I 'hilhlen 6,/. Ioorsopei at 7.
du: at QWuebec would, it was thought, goto Hall- hen necessary to order Specie in return for Ladies UNDERWEAR lExc*reises to eolninenrot 8.
.- B ay-Theany shipment it will be inured at the oepenHse H TS T'i:UNKS SATCilFLS
A .. EBE, y -The he Owi'rs intere-ted. and owners will cler- TIN\V RE L IPI'S BURN\Ei:, &r. CrawL, 1 ilt, t 2.
empl.yer-s at the Jerse Mill- at Bt:'antT:-fu.. nted. f h (i h nd i
May pole -n thi- ice on a pm.unl at the eitalihment ly understand th t all dangers o transport both TEA and COFFEE at Wholesale
of Mlr. Louis -entlrt'u .:n Mayv I, anud it is -tated w1\-S .'rl borne by them. and It an l i'u E a t fo-
that the ire it that ,.lat. :l, l ..l.' 1 .11 the whole T- he Corni-sionI louses for whom we solicit and iet ,il. i .. .
C IniiuelRivein-r. ; business are Non-.xplosive OIL STOV KS & FIXTURE _
Theb ta i.d,, o..- tii: rto the I5t1 ntimie. llessrs. JOH .N IX 4. CO., AUl (:.ep for Cash at the, A speciall Meeting of
Th o l, re ....... ., ,." ,5h 7 and 9.Church re " L"..Mt
sits: The w.-.le of the xroliune seceativ I v'.lued o. l" e1t :tree Nee 5,7 and e r st, oppo e
at .It ,,, in st,,r at Sh .-.:,-n,,--s ..ri kvard, han beeen I and ,.ur Shpping distinugiihingniiumber for them is j c hanies' i.!. A L 2 ," ,i b f "
destroyed. It was taken ,ut t th..- N,:,re in -aIsk-, And, EBEN EZ R BELL No. 1 ., of the G. U. o., of 0. F., ill be
and thrown overboard. I eSSrS. TITUS ROTHER S, lailton, May 18S.-3 con vned '
Messrs. TITUS BROTHERS,0 1,,.,on,,
Mr. Pitt, Pir-er of S. ,Steamer r,,f.'t,, till N.o. 15., W,1t "ircet, Newl YN.orI.. j- 77/, ib 11t. /,',cN
,. Pit, P r ti i-n t tilt. i N. Tew Yorik and loiur l -Sb *Iiir Oi -1P& 1 t iSt.'
papers. i. .0' .e. 01100.t at 7-'u p.m.,
--"- enr'il PI t. ith ,in' it,,..').-t-t fret. o I... ... .1....I.. .., .l'I LI' .. ,. .u

To CO'R-'.-.PONDDNT'r.--' W. 0. 0.' or,, Strawe.-rry
Pl.a tui.-' A&:-.. in ''ni lw-:r.

I:-' >_',upplehlilnt lof Ei'ht i 'ht ol-
ul n)l-. C:,,i,. ,. i,;-s tbi i :-, ,, thl:' '"G az,:tte." "
It ,-.:.'iiii,', A thir,-al .n hli- Qu..-'en'- Life -Pio-
(ee'in:-, of P;:t rli;e !it-ft r..la1tive t,. lr"'l:a l-
Chance of the Cov, rienu.t Mini-t-r+il Policy
towards Ireland-- P.l- a -o f Par nell and other
Suspectts--Eiur:i.ani C',:*ntinntal news-Parti- .
culars of the I'cath of fIalph Waldo Emerson
-A Contribution--I' ',:yal Marriage-Pr.'-ceed-l-
ings in the Commions-Hangins' of Dr. Lahi-
son-A Chinese Mazeppa. &e., &e.

BIRTH, in Paget Parili-. *.,n SaturLy last the
6th inst., the WIFE of Mr. Tam'.- H. L. Darrell, of
twin DAion rns..
MARRIED.-ZUtLL, ZILL.-April 2', 1SF2, at.
C'hri.t's C'hurt._i, I.v the l'E.-. E. A. Foi.n. D.D.,
W'ILLLAr L. ZIILLt. D.V.S., of Philadelphlia, furm-
erly of Bevniilat, to FA'syiu Lof1.,.. l',,.t d.,iA'h-
tet' of the hit.- W. 8. Z1ill. E-,r., of BeT-rina.ld.
No Cardb.-P/i. le,/'p/i. i .,', A. -.! 2. 1.
........, M:rth l'), rat St. Luk,'s Padlint.:.u,
RrTc;,HAr FR.N'CE M. Wor', urlv h'ljihl of the" l:te
C'Cptain Thmu..ut. P. WY..I, H. M. *2th R;.--t.,
tu ELLEN LIt',-N, et-ld(-St 1. 1 t ulit,-r of the I.'Ite R "L.
Burt,:.u. E.-:i., of L:oger II.ll. S.itropshi're -[L,..n-

DIED, in Peinbr..'ke I ih, <.ii .. i i i-tnrt.
of who ..pine_'. 'o.l,.h, A'. 'Prt j A.r., vr't ina.:'t (.hilM
of .Tnserh H,-ur au'l an.'L-i] ra D111. ,."i' 1 7 iniths.
i tnId .,rS. I,,gy i [r. S.TUEL R.
BEAN, ae 5.'6 y''i:- a..i 5 uI.:nuth3. l.,viriu a F:..-
loved wife, fur "-'n, 5 liai-hter .-, 'i.Ll nutuber
of rit latives ,ul1 frie-iid t, i' t ini in their los1..
The tl,. c-it-,ld wa.. innmi.i re.-pc.t'ed '"y all who
knew himn. -His reim.iun ' .'..,nirid ti, th-ir
last restin ,l:a':e Vb ti- imemb,.i i f Vi. ti ri- .aid
Albhtrt L.'d 'e, No. l 'f ..t tih:- (.[".O. ,of O.F., f i
which Lutde lie had I.:At ut eiul iii tiiber for uear-
ly29 years.
...... ,'it Mangrove Bay S.mier--.t, o'i the 5th
inst., HERBET CEC'IL Foi.D', itnfut't ton :if .l'ur'y
Elizialt.thi tnd Jamies AAhtju Tr,-.w, a':.. i 8 7ii':.utl-i
au i1 Ilays.
...... in this Townu n,ithl, 7th inst.,
ELIZABETH Trzo, yot*-,**'--t ,Itu 'htr:,f tlie lit,: Mr.
Williarm Gaiutl:-tt. agedl 31 years.
Not but g.ant- l...-:.rt-."

O) to the Emporium for Me-n's Clothing,.

GO to the Emporium f,.r Clothing of every
S desription. ,
T'TE V',inlJoriu i i, kn-,wri to be the Chtapest
i.-liace in Haitilthi for Clothing.
BOYS Suits from 1 3 upwards at the Empo-
Q \300 "UITS of Boys' Clothing in Stock at
Sthe -.mlporium.
H.E Fmporium's RiB-iii,]l:. minade Pants are
T now selling at 1. per lair.
THE Emnoriuni i.i notedl ,."r Ch,.ip Cloth-

Or. liLE

- ats.

Sellin-' uat 1 '.i -D "A ES
at the ,' ,- :e(t- t. ,; ii,;-ierv tore.
( o-,n-c / 1 ,' /.l l l ri.,)
Hamiltou, March 8, 18S32.

TROTT & '(X.'

lith .,rail. 1 ).G.
Il a i It- --r--,d--t

ALL Pc-r:ons ha\vitriz j it CLAIMS vs. the.
S Un,-rsinit-ld ur llequest. to .ndler
BILLS for S:a1-t3e by
1:3th Instant, for payment.
Hamilton Hotel.
May Uth, lb .

For Sale,

A T.,\i(; \Y is.\CK-10O \R)
4 4 i Pr3 i n I() A S I R [ DD .E R
2 1 ',AIN S \I. :3 YOKES I JIB
5 B.-s, ,' .Tll I'lIES I ( 'VEIR
1 ',t V\' and ST iN'TIO)NS
5 W"',.lP;, I'l1 -'!,N' (anw)
G 0 :: A.i" i. with 5 I'.h..nli-m ch ,in),
2 I .1)I.i 'K and 'ii -. d CI)V!E'l .
j III[ s.;
A l-lTI to
I-iui !tonii Q ueei r'Er;.-,:t. .,u."i, on Rio 'iui.
',1 .ay, .-'r

Slanted ll t week,)
I If ofered in all this week.)

A eightt S'econd Hand Covered

C A ]R R I A E,
\Vin lrop C(.v-r,
Or a DOG CART to seat four per-
se. s. Price l. u-it lie in ,ood order.
A il!y' at l:i- Otli ee.
Msay -', Ir82.


A Good Cook.
Applyp at lhis 'fice.
Hamiltou, th A L a iy. ,'.

Wanted i 11pu'ohas.,

: I ,. t *.. ,
a A F WI'

SP 0 N. E Y ,
a -%.9 QulIt to rid,- or drive.
May 9, 1882.-2

T t'., Anntl .'t*nv- l. t"- ting ot the BERP.
.- ?rir.v rmI'Tt I.'.L Li A -'rIAt.N(CE S,,,'r-
i. Y n,9 L:':-nl,?n rhn, 'if .i li,- 14 was < 1i .:-,l t,,
tl.:- rti .- th a t t,' ..,. ., t' r 1 ,7. :- pi ,l,"/ I
I .-.r th-- entrm'.vi ft-' p.'vr abl. l'l y ia 1teInm-
i.r ..n ..a ..:-t.i.:.n shall 1,.. r..g. lato.. by hiti ag, :-
at the tji,T a foll.v's -
If under 'i3 ye.ris o; age, e-ight shillings.
B,.-tw-n,,ih 30 & 5 "1 twelve "
35 & 40 ,ixteu "
40 & 45 '" twenty
4.5 & 50 twenty-four "
Persons intending to join the Society ,are
advised to makO application for membership
without delay.
e,'y,. Tr,,a s.
Hamilton. May 8, 1S's2.
F)i .SA ."I

,lt Low Pries for ( ash,
O'OPJlD i ES-suitu-
TA lI::e l,.,.'" t '.'v ,rk
.-,, PI-iETUN-witl't Top
-- I iU(G0Y (side ba,) .)
2 BUG GIE.. with:iul op:
Cari:ig'i au 1 Cart COLLARS
Di)iving and WHIPS
Ba,:-k CHAIN.-, Ankle BOOT"-
Chamois -KIN-'. .-PONGES
Vacuum OIL. Hani'ess POL[-11
Shafts. HFuibs, SpRok-.. im,
&e., &&c.
Reid Street, Hamilton. 3 rd
May sth. l$2. 'I
(10 to the Emporium for Boys' Clothing.

I ) to the Emporium for Youths' Clothing.

For Sale.

'' k--'^^f.i' CL' l '.u 3

AL 'O,
The above will be i,-ld at very reasonable rate
,payalfel in Beriida 'oAdu:'e.
Apply at Royal Gazette" office.
May 9th, i -`.
),_+, J .
N .'a' I,' t l.t'i. na I 7 :t'l > p.m .. between "
S Bail B y 1 t.i. I FlItts,
,: '- -- l. +2 1 2. u ':,'T*- Iv *
'. .. '.. -.. .. .'r.', *.7 .
i 'h,-fin' .,:r, on l'a;ivin:; tile '.tine at the '" Royal
U.azette, will be -,itably retiartied.
May 1C2.-1 pd.

A filL ;I ten]ai.In cpL t[ [he M.iu).en -r is r.eqi st-i -
et1.-nu.In"s'; O: Impor tance.
By Order,
P. &.'ty.
Hamilton, 9th Mlny, IS-2,.

rT E Ernporiurm i clearing iti stock of
Shawli an I Blankets (positive at Cost.)
rather than carly them through the summer.

Not ice
W-1" .' %. 4"N .
OF 4 i.L.lOl Dl1 PR? OD UCE.

r 'iE Unrilrig .el .ill give their Personml
L a),e,, ,, t. ah, I- l. f r "r)'ing o,' GEi. M U1 )A.
ai ; t 1 'I' i Ir ) e t Il k gn, e t of 1

Messrw. John Nix & Co.,

of New York,
'I I ho)iiii .u i hie 'ro)p S ison.
11 'C) r;.e, l o f i' emnititnu ice f-r iiotI
prr'oc-i'A i;lI ha'ivt I,, i e le rue h the 'w' :er ol
tl.e goods.
The I.i, l'st '%'rier hiai A. ill be obtaiiel
and Acconit ,-A i re ,rie. plov.milly.

J. T. DAi',L.,L & ( CO
H.nnil on, bemu..i, [m-, il i7, 1 ""2.-2,t.s 3p.

3411 \Wa:-.hington Street,
NE. V,- ok,

I:eapeetth llv -oli..iW c-an igna.:t' s ol 01 'i l '\ : I-
[)DA PR. '1 ,1U',,1' .
I'ersuijI u iie? ioa rgien to tli iba e or t.'
Shipment s
I eignes.t Mlarket's lric soL.aiined, !' mniN.. ? -
turns .ju:nraw' ,;r d.
A cori p tf- .1W' he under ih C',ed to
receive n ld lurw *a '. .n-ii, .n',n i. p.-:r te .:C l '
o [\ ".I e i, ,"r lu',"rt i we r,, ... y be eiP,.'- i
o.r ditre ated ,' !l t rtis I ['p.h '.
7 is the "-hippiing I' umber.
Apr' 1"S:.- :R 1

F l'OII 21. iliOras:.
,etutrn l-reight solicited

'V) I -ni!
From i IS.

T I AI *o o 8T E-

J'o-f riow ll it iorn1
And return direct.
Fll EI-'iT 4,.- p,:r Btil.
'\iase sii2 l onder,- a id Lettcrs .. li .-' -

noon to

St. George, May 9, 16



SruI MAT, 1882.

Notice to Public Officers.

be iquire.i by Law or otherwise, to fur-
nish 'Rep)rts or Returns ifor the information
of THIE G(OVERNOR or of the Legislature or for
fransmiEsio!i to the S-cretary of State, are
hereby informed that such Reports and Re-
turns must, always be prepared in daplieafe
an'l when so required in triplil.:ate.
By His Honor's Command,
Acftna Colonial S&eretary.
Sth May, 1882.
Administrator and Commander-in-Chief,
has received information from the Right Hon-
ourable the EARL OF KIMBERLEY, tier Majes-
ty's Principal Secretary of State for the
Colonies. that Her Majesty has graciously
confirmed and allowed the Act of the Legis-
lature of Bermuida No. 8 of 1881, entitled,
"An Act relating to certain money in the
" Public Treasury arising from the sale of
"Glebe Land in Pembroke Parish."
By His Honor's Command,
I A citing Colonild Secretary.

Contract a Supplies

8th May, 18S2.
SE A LED TENDE RS in duplicate
-will be received at Tims OFFICl, On
or before
Tuesday, the 4th day of
July Next., at Noon,
front Persons desirous of entering into the
undermentioned Contract, viz.:
Supply of BREAD,
A List of the Supplies to be furnished, can
be seen on application at Tais OFFICE.
Probable quantities required, to be ascer-
tain.dl by inquiry of the MEDICAL SUPER-
IN'rEND:NIr, who will albo ltunish any other
1.--The Contract to commence on the 1st of
Au'ru'-.t, ,'-2. and to run to March 31st,
1 ,.3. to be deteruinablo, upon three months'
iioi, l.e hin,' given lv either p'irty, such no-
tc:.: to i k*, given on 1i first td the month.
i .-TH CoIra.t, I4rs will be required to enter
in',) Bund. with twu approved Sureties, in
uni:--thii. i ,1: thji, approximate annual valve
ot ti.- Articles to be supplio:d, for the due
iilhliamicut of the Contract.
.--'J'le Articles iustt le of a quality to be ap-
ni- d 1,e deliver,-d at the Asylum on such
days and' at suih hours as he may direct.
4.-Au Invoice, reSnla'rly numbered, must be
sent with every delivery, and will be detain-
ed by the OVELSEE.R, who will give a receipt
with corresponding number.
5.-Every delivery is to be covered by a writ-
ten Order; the Orders and Receipts will be
produced to the Committee of Quarterly
'.---The articles muul !- be delivered at the
Asylum on such day and hour as the MEDI-
7.-The- Bills ind Boolks will be made up
Monthly, and certified by the MEDICAL SU-
8.-Payments will be made Quarterly, the
Accounts having been prneviou...y duly cer-
tified by the MEDICAL StPEi INTENDENr
and Audited.
P.-Ii from d fect of delivery, or irom unsuit -
i ob ig."l ti obtain :-Upplies elsewhere, the
Contractor for the supply of the Articles
dfticint or unsuitable will be liable to any
Silpense incurred.
,J.--Each Tendei must, be enclosed in an En-
velope, addr-ssed to the COLONIAL 'ECRE-
TARY, and marked on the outside, Tender
for -upplios to the Lunatic asylum'"
II.-- Forms oi Tender. required to be used for
the service, can ble obtained at this Office.
By ii Honosr'a (.ommond.
Acting Coloniael cretary.

Wanted I1mmediately,

In t Foatily uf two ,rsons-to whom liberal
wani ts ill be giv .
;.ply a' ," '. e,.! 'azetto" Office.
Ha',:ilton, .'lay 9, 1'i-.-! pd

UN' i lje "') :.E T. -": N "-.1 < PO'T OF-
FICE HA:ILTON, 6.h May, 1682. .
Ww H A'bu.,y C'?p Jamns B.)in E Barreth, Sehr
SGo!deu ('"y," 'Wilion Caneron, Beiij'inmin Casey.
John David, Clare.,ee Dar -(l.. John Tiho- Darrell,
Autoni.) Joe de T,'ieitos., F Fin, IF Frith, A R Ham-
i!ton, Joseph T Htnuvy,. H H HayTne, JasHait vey,
James Hous3e Edvard Inuhanm. F E Ingham, L 0
'. hoijn, Jobn Ligh',,nirn. JTis.lph Lopez. E A
Lightbouij'n, John Matnu.l, M Vi-tira Nunes. Robert
Popp'iL, Mary P niruan. Jose-h Phint, John Rich-
ardsr,,, Mary AIu RAbn',bi, Amanda Rotliuson, J
S "'mit., Julian Ebenez-,r Sm.:ith, AS S .mith,
RaoitIl Sni. h, Auustu;- T in.-.h, Mrs A Ston!e, J
A SaJtj, L 2 "uhh. ..' *,t'i'i 5 U ilh, 0 V Stoly,
(Getolu : H;ols.l T,'eeo Sinuous. Mrs Mary iSm;th,
Thon.mas 'avlor, Sarah J:ine \hitney, Rieh:ard S
Wilsiou, T'ias o, E Wion, en Williamus.
UNO!..1 I-tED) LEI'-. IN T''.E POI-ST OF-
li.' '" :?i'. U L ..L- cE' ', May l 3.b, 1'S2.
Bi-a D A Snall," b .i.jIue O' .v Head,'" 'arh bE
JoL.i-u, Joaquim L Meind.z, George ',ih, Baftrqe
-" .arab," Frank Silva, William JTalbot, JamesM
Williams, Schr William MKrtin."













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Nu *2 tl'W.-t liJousefen-Si., City.
Bci:t im.'E ., Jun.e 281-h, I8 o0.
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W a,- .'r et, Sit. teorges,.

That .Summner is Coming'. Keel
Co1d. Keep Co',./

Establishe'l 187 1.
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;ICetIeris in I -ern: uda Produce c.'c.,,
i7 ,.,' ,"u.s rr,-,-t,
Solicit Consignmentl s of eiermuda.
SSales u'ii Rita- ittfiee-3 iima'Ile with ,iep)at,:li
S Ageuth in b i'o .1,.

liutalturtlrl' of OUTER BRIDGE BROS.
'ODA I TE-'.LE.JA__'DE rh April 1'2.--r.
GiLGERAsDh, < TThe Choicest TEAS
,, &*c., .-. r E A .
Establisiliuent Cit L't E. Bioa.lway and Inl this.l Market
Victorin t IC'an only be oblitaine from the Unrlersint-ed,,
H"rA.u .T,.'. B EL ',r I. i A. Agent. forth Uil.takix Chiniil Te Co.m Any,'
n111 ul.s.'.' ri.T' r would ('ll the attention of at '. George's, viz..
i the in ih.-,lit.-ntQ of Btrn'iida nl d oLthis W Clitx-,11icst Ilvst: i 1 ., ,
t, lii; .i''-t th.', he haS eO ntiinalil'v :i .Iana.- Oolng 2'3,
iii i i- ir lrv'l.n- t is fa t 1r.i .E english. s i

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t, .,t2r "*n! ,i. ,.a," nd.oth, -i C r ,:,- gr l snlv .
-.,.. '..v g-., in Qatrt ip,1liIns, ;i ., S A. J. I H A i.iD :-ON.
F.,, tanI in C. i- ot T'Iwo. Futur. ai ;St. G:' ''., April, I .-tf
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T Lave lInuc'!li leh a .1iE'e in l,::ai L gi .a- t i ,tOn' t ., ._: .-. .' 1
10 t he ,.*.xo.llehr quality of the -' -ci0l Water" t E1 3ABLISHED 1l.
miiade ly Jo'IIN BA.uir. fi ti.iumilton. -
J. W. IL., M.D. .. .
Dip.v'. S, .a' .. G 7. era.'. '- J '
Naval Ho.spital, Trellnid Isi.:.. o itr th-r ..ii.-r- tan1s .. the In-
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JoIAm: BANiIrT, of Hami onii h.Ls sub pliie.l lil,, r.i P-l.-ti lai.i, li ng th L ,.-t pL.t- uf th.. -ir
me v.-ith -Aera-t,.d "W after" fod .. ber -tth. w--:, ,.,aia..h.., pr.ti.e, .i.l haM-in;" r,.-.U:eUill .
ai.-7l to the prn-.-.nt titu andi, I la-' ,"' n w ll taane ad. it;,iin t.;. theii st-;.:- of W T
i*itis.'iled with the quilit, of the aL .'aue. t ,
J. ,-IN:'L.Ui. M.D., P.M.o. E' i E
Depy. .brl.'i (A,"'. by the iL'.,ft I- pti..ii-il., :i i London,. DA.LL-
Hamilton, Nov., -th 187. EYO l AE YON awll i .-W. 1,r,--e.1 to ofl'fr t. o
the Publi,. a l1.,-tt.)r Oi.l.-i, of wolk than lhas
JonN B.\RIIT, of Hainilton, has supplied hitherto l.->:n done in EPatiui.ida.
the Canteen -tIth wiih Lemonade,Gin- Mu. h time und.1 study i.-. Liv.a:n to the ('hewii-
ge,-eiide and oth-t r Carbonated ev ai.iges since cal tf et'.-':t., -,,,o.. .1in lu ir -i .-'f ,tu' p.,'rtr its,
their animal iu Bermi.Idtt andl Las given srist-L- (oii..'hn' ultly prohl iili'.;' !ini artli.-ti'- et':c .-t
lacttion in t.v,:r l w iy I hilp., IuIilduin.s.* Y\.EI.hts, C(utl.oor ro lr .-o .
W. B. BLrow Capt., l1th egt. & -.. ,:.
Pr-.idr'nt Cuteme Con ilttic. Q,- --. -. ..:7 .
S ntILLI, S ..,, d- Viiti-, C,. bi t and
C an teen -it r1 Wf I .g ra p h s C -at 1i V i t "a li ti-t Ln eli
Prospect, Oct., 1 ,l S's. l. ..r .siz., iak n oi.. L . i it,. r.; ,lso en-
Li ttti, Oct., 1 r,',-0 1 ti: lit' sinz ,i INfDi. IA NK. OiL ,' -
0I1'". C-iAYi'N. and WWATE; I-OLOR"S.
MTi. T. B.LRnInr.-It has afforded ne great -,i tt,: ,.
pJi stu re un lbeantin testim ony rafter three L I Ai N A. tiYt',1 k- '- :Cit y ritijilo 'e'll. u for
to tS I e:n t testi,,y ater tee yet he above enlarged work.
exp:rien_,_-' to the e!e-lh t quality o th, Cth L.i-,ofi ,,r e n, .
' 'lrat d Drinks, tun nuf_.tur ai by you at ClA_ of it --*r taken at ol' -.1' p i-s.
Houilton. .D. u.--t.lase n,,,' th 't .T F. DAI DAiIELL
,' ,* t n,,: .V P o o .. .. .l,. Indui trial li li,iti...n ,:t 1 "'- an.1
Nov1 Hopitial, IrLland Island. twenty, re.i ir..-l., t '.. tLe-r wi (th i, ex-
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Sw i. c 0 ot I W ,r f '._'t the Fi- t _ll_ i ,. i i :,: o.
can -i .y t .it your ,:.i ,t' I th. Fi .'ST L .- -'i' ; t; Pl : ",
best .ndi, !-h :i..s- .,a the i. n, .,d,.l youw iW.- Ito l il.. t, :. t, lo .t our ii ji.,..sWir- kl :- t .
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SHau ilt:..n. B'.:rIn .':..z. .i, il .

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Detlrrs in *Dl miud'i Pi-r'o c .
_.'' u.i F'unro & V.grtubl,., i.'.

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Age tt. in i1 ).iiulh,
17th Aplii i1 -.- if.


Wanted Immediately,

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Sor Sale,

Buil hby J. A1. le'.\ o e, Halilfax, N. -., O,to
New, O.)ne -eond Hand.
-'li. Ternis Cteco iimod:atitr.
UL, ,--. ; "
,l for .1. b,3 ;',:.,',.. A
-'t. Georges, i". aL ., 2-14, .
,'' '7 7 ') _

:_.., A ,ELLINGG HOUSE, si-
.i i .1 i e.iir ;tda .t vi ilue, cintani-
ill'-" ;i< lI I'I' i t W il r i ( llm lil .;l
Si-,: I!', l l..i, i, T'l ..k, .idJ oiher ,eonv .iLn ici -
i ILI I.I r t'.it uiar, please 'apply to

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In I/ic

House and Lot,
- O'lwn o i,'nailtoa,

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illustrated Pamphilet., all par ic'.iir ,, >nul
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The Ceremony Conducted with great pomp in St.
George's Chapel, Windsor-Many Royal and Dis-
tinguished Persons present-Elaborate Decorations-
and imposing Processions.
LoNro.. Ar il 27.-The marriage of Prince Leo-
old to Princes Helen of Waldeck took place in
t. George's Chapel, Windsor, to-la:y. A large
crowd of people gathered at the Paddington station
this forenoon to witness the departure of the wed-.
ding g ucsts. Windsor was gayly decorated with
flags and bunting in honor of the event. The shops
were closed and the town was crowded with visitors.
Salutes were fired during the day. The war ships
at Portsmouth and at other places were decorated
with flags.
The marriage ceremony, which was conducted`
with great promp, was conclmudld soon after 1
o'clock. The Archbish.,p uof C.imiterbury w:is t;e
chief '-ffici.ting elergyrm:n. HIe waie asi-tedI by
the Bishops of London, Oxford1, Worcester, and
Winchester and the )Doin of Windsor. The
Queen's arrival at the Chapel was announced by a
flourish of trumpets. Her M'aje.,-ty wore the in-
signia of Pr;nct Leopold and the Koli-i-noor dil-
mond. Prince Leop-ldd, who h-i not entirely re-
covered fiom the effects o.,f his rNe,.ut aCtident,
walked to the altar with the ti .l of a cane. The
Princess Helen was given away bY her fatLer. At
the conclusion of tih-ecemouv P;iune Leopold kiss-
ed the bridle, and the Qieen ki-?,ll the newly mar-
ried couple and the father: and mnotler of the
rrincess. The Prin-ce of Wah.lz, and the Duke (if
Connaun ht anted as be-t meni for Prince Lopold.
The brid.s-m.aids were: L.idy Etayntrude Rus-
sel, young-e.-t daughter of the Dukc and Duchess of
Bedford ; Lidy Mary Can.tipl.-l, ixth d.,uglhter
of the Duk,. cf Argyll ; La.iy Alexandrina Loui-a
lnaud Vnnu,-Teuip 4st, only daughter of the Mar-
quis and Mar3chii.:ne.-- of Londonderry; Lady Fl.r-
ence Be ti.-e AnsAn, e-ldslt d'l.liht r of the Earl
and !-iaimti-- of Li.Lfi-ld ; Lady Anne Catherine
Sybi! Lind--y, i.-iter -If the Earl of % ranwf,_rd and
Balcitcs; L:.dy Florenue Mary Boa.t!.--Wilbraliamn
second daughter of the Earl and Count,-ss of La-
thor ; Lady Feodore Yorke, and- Lady Blanche
The royal TprFes-ion from the castlee gate to St.
George's '.haaplie cousi-t.-d of 12 cIrriages. The
first six contained Lrdls, Ladi.:s,. nad -rantlermen in
attendenc. on tihe vaLious -x Kltu:d iper-:cus. In the
seventh ca rinaie were Pliiin,.- Edward of Saxe-
Weimnir, Plince Bet-tltirn, ;and the Duke and
Duchess ot Te, k ; in Ihe i-hth we-re the Prince and
Princess Philip, of Saxe-C,,bi:r-Gc.itha, the Duke-
of Canibrid,lge, anud Priu-.c Luin.-, wife of thb-
Marquii of Lroe : in the vinth rode the Prince
and Prin,:..- Ct,-iitian and the Duke and Duchess.
of Connaught : in the tenth, thle Duke andDuahess
of Ediubuigh and the fik. anid D)r. *h,--iof Meck-
lenburg-Strelitz. The eli-\'.v lL .-,ri: -e bore the
Princess of W':les and her daughters, and the
twelfth contairned the Prince and Princess of Wil-
deck-Pyruiont -ald theQueen of the N.-.rt f-'l iLids.
Three c-ther proce-,ei.aus fol!i:..-.. 1 th,: firt-, to the
chapel. In one wias the Qu-,?Ln na'"->-nipanied by
Princes 3eauttice, in the r',:-yl .:' i-g., which was
preceded by three a-t'iagisi c..uning i members of
the court. In another w:-s Pt inc:-. L.r.pol.1, ac-
companied by tIe Prince of Wales and the Grand
Duke of Hei-.-, prc(ed-:ld by r.tudrtits amd moem-
bers of their Hl:.ui.-rullds. 'iTh thiid anJd l ta-t pliro-
ces.sion was for l'niince-, Htelt, wio was accom-
panied by her father and tahe. Ki. ..,- if tle Nether-
lands. Before tLe carting, i, wthic-b ticey rode were
others containing dignitan i, s f the English, Ger-
man and Dutch C-:,urts. These. processions passed
through the prin,:ip;,I part, aof the ca.itle and some
of the street-, of Winldsor an route to the Chapiel.
and were witnessed by larI.e crowds of people. The
successive ar ivals at, the wit- entrance of tho chap-
el, were announced by flouriishes on their silver
instriiments by State trumni, ters.
The decorations in arii niound the chapel were
rich and elaborate. TL.:- ro3al anil princely per-
sons on alighting proceeded through a covered way
to waiting rooms wLb.t: ti i ,le-u prepared for the
occasion. The chal'%l wiv il!:ed t ith a very brilli-
ant assemblage ..If invirt.l guests, aruong whom
were her Majesty's Miniite-rs, with Mr. Gladstone
at their head, leadiugu mei-unjaes f the Oppoition
in both Hunses- of Parliamlnt, the Diplomatic
Corps, and nmilitaiy aud l .. .:rs of high rank
all in full uniform iand niauy wearing decorations.
They occupied the r.ills o.-u t -ik. and extra rows
of seats. In the centie of thie lchapel the seats had
been removed, and up the i-pen space the bridal pro-
cesnion moved to the music t.f a march played on the
organ. The marriage ceremony then took place.
At its conclusion the corid,,e w.-. again f.rmedaud
returned tothe ca.stle- ith the bri.le and bridegroom
at Ihe head. The Prinme an.I ]-'riucess proceeded to
Claremont later in the day. V'iuds.'r is illumnina-
ted tc-nidht, and a grand ball i, in progress at the
Town Hall.

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Gladadone Ac.:cept Parneld's Land Bill, but leaves Mr.
Fornler t,'di,'uit his Rel'ease from Prison.
LO?;DON. April '28-In ihe H-.iiise of Commoas
to-day Mr. (',,aw~tn :asked whether the im-
pri.e-ned Meiier. o.1 P r'6.t,na.nt. who haid been ar.
rested biec.,ue ili.-y !rlu. --i.l the Land 't, would
now ib.'r t ,%';r; M G'-id iie ha' approved
tboe bill dra',-,.l t y Mr. iParal. Mr. 'Iladiltone said
Mr. F,..r.rtci- wtdl i.ooun fully enter into thle subject,
as the qiuei '.u e,. ild ui bo answered in the scope
of a simple reply to a question.
The prehuliiazrry rep.,rt of the Lord. Cnimilttee
ou the Land "i(t t.kep .exeption to the manner in
which the : l i.- .io r e i of ti ub.c-,m i.4ini ,'rs ini re-
gard to ..,ji ire given. The r-port declares
that the p)rlihe ,!4u s .'f the Land act are a
failure. II -pecially r..onuniends thti purchase
ruoney he Iby t[he stite at 3 >, terest, i : rr ,..-.t to l i, i .l! by in!a nnr,!nts ef 31
per cent. I:,n .,,xty.ix ,r t or ol 4 ",4p cent. for
I,,rty-esxs ,-:. ,!.iat ih c':,- the thrtueI be de-
frayed.. bytL ti. bi i' i arl'iuzs miind "; ih.t. a special
departiij, b cr-e;atel to c.trr oi t he scheme, and
that all arreap aei nc lenire 178 be caucelled
and those ccer,'i- inei_, be e..Tilalized and added to
the purchase rmoney..
There will be a ('.iin ,e, i.eil t,.nio ruow when
the qui- ti, ;ii a i ;1.e 'e,:' n e ...r liberation ol three
members <,t P. rli.i eirt i, -v iln.1il u ill be decided.
It is helieVi, I that i!! h1 .retd i.I th, release of
the Irish i:., ahers of P iau confiued in Kil-
mainham li. '" N l;... maUniesto will be with-
SLAVE TR._ r ,i; THE P.11IFIC -jn thie House
of Commons this ?r-,' nug Mr. Henry Labouchire
complained ,.i th.e :xI-. L-.?e ,t slavery in Hong
Kong, oi hli- ..C1.1 C'.r-t, a.ii il the Mahy states of
North B|iiir, a. -1 i, .: .-ave- market of Hong
Kong "uppli-]i wormenf t.i (.'oilirnia, Australia and
China. Sir C'ha-i. Di'ke. (,i.,r Foieigiin Secretary,
denied that b.i B;il:i,-h offie:..rli ,,etionu-d slavery.
The subject was th -i r o :
CANADIAN r.1LR:)ALE? --' Ti,-, say' it un-
derstands tha L', .-.. .. L ,, L.I:. a 1 ai tie meeting of
the Great W V'trn IT .li' (.o i',...l'any oi Canada
yveterdy in or' 1 : -.i ih? re id t) the Grand
Trunik Railw.'. Cl.pafn ,. 2a :i:it, ious. The di-
rectors are<-d : r::ti,'.: i: ir ot a th :ianist'board,
because "tihey -- ri.- .ai.,- tIi.. in l!> t.-? t ot a poll
the Ius!o iLr.. lh. I Jd ['I' .,"i- '. V .j1' Vi ,.,bid given
them a mt-j.iily .'i i. .,: .
FRANCO-.,. PAL'IH ; uZ"-. iirs.-'I hbe French
Goverinnimet il in r.:: r.. -t 9.1,11wi francs
for indermnity tr li:he Si.: ..-. victims of the Saida
mass:acre4- ,..i, ini rtur. promises compensa-
tion tor the ',-ie:h fnil-t,"r-, lay tthe Carlits risings
in Carthls*r Jj.
FAILURE OF :i R ;2 .3:'.T !>iR. EVANS.-
Mr. Evans, f! ,. .- ,.-it ,*f the Manehesler
Guardian who '.. i t .au Aujiriau l-rritory,
has arrived at .. The Aun ti la 'm.'ovrnment,
at the instance of the Ahii-L w Ainli.iador. demand-
ed a special r-i...r' of M Er:a.'. ease from local
authoritie-. Ih t ib mliL ti. i.. ri iel thie greatest ef-
forts to <:. i!,-.t e.r l,i.-,:. i ,. ii g ainst M r.
Evans tt-.-r were unable to niety the Minister of
Ju. tie, ib.. ., t I [it"I. j t..i telegoram ordering
his release. : ,
Similar dent ot tihe t' .,tim.e Z,,urtr, tii, h. hd bien im-
prisoned i,' et-fn v. ;-.:k l broke. down.
Prince A!.-audier h.-< edema.inl., l he recall of the
Ru-,.i.: ti.,.,,i:i-G'niPera l Tw'enty-eight Russian
officers iu the B.;!iariaa crriiv hli3v. resigned their
commit si.,i:.i3 iu c',.'oii-1.i..- )e- o0 the resignation of
General K yi.w. Maii'er ,I .dWar. The deputa-
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It to remove dandruff and it works like a charm.
Five times the coat would not buy my brush if I
could not replace it. To-day I bought of
MeAlmont. Druggist of this place, two brushes to
send to friends who have tried mine and requested
me to buy for them. Col. Ponder, Mayor of Wal-
nut Ridge, was attacked hv a severe case f sick
headache while at my house. Be was very sick.
My wife proposed ro try tie brush, which.he finally
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three minutes he ,aid ho never felt better in his
life, and directed me to send lin a brush. I have
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In recommending It. Yours truly,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Litlle Rock, Ark.
Mr. Thornburgh Is alsoGram ni HighPriest, Royal
Arch Mason, anid past uh'.ncl l-tner of Masons or
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To the Puli c:
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tbe balr crirue ,out on tills bald spot right thick.
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Hamilton, April 2-5, 1862.

LomDroi, April 2S.-Thehanging of Dr. Lamson,
for the murder of his brother-in-law, Percy Mal-
colm Johu, a student at thi, Blenheim House School
at Wirabledon, by poisoning him, took place at 9
o'clock tlhi., morning in the jail at Wandsworth.
Quly three reporters were present at the hanging.
the procession entered the yard of the prison at'
8-55 o'clock, when the pri.ona bell was tolling the
death kmell. The chaplain headed the procession.
He was followed by two prison officials with their
wands. The prisoner, who until the time of start-
ing had been calm and composed, looked pale and
dejected and was very uervou. He was supported
by warderi on either -side and was with difficulty
able to descend the steps to the yard. He.was met
by Melwood, the executioner, at the foot of the
steps. The prisoner was bareheaded. The opera-
tion of pinioning him seemed interminable. He
submitted without a word and hardly seemed to
appreciate what was going on. From the steps
there was a distance of about ixty yards to tra-
verse to the gallows. Lau.ion was supported with
difli. ulty from this point to the m.atdold. He
swayed backward uad forward aud stared wildly
around him when plied uuder the no.,se. The
chaplain, who appeared to be much affected, then
began to read a portion of the burial service. Lam-
son in the meanwhile was supported by two jailora.
and his legs were strapped. Just before the cap
w;a. adjusted he cast dwn his eyes with a look of
extreme despair. Death was instantaneous. The
chr'i, was nine feet. The chaplain remained by the
gallows repeating the Lord's Prayer. The body
remained hlangiun f.,ir one hour.
At the formal inque.-,t the surgeon who made the
examination te-tified that he had been properly ex-
ecuted. His was iu:,t di.ilocated and hio features
wore a placid expr&s-iin. With the exception of a.
slight red mark around the neck there was nothing
to indicated a violent death. The jury gave a ver-
diet in accordance with the evidence.
Th/e Lane,t says it utterly fails to perceive a par-
ticle of evidence deiaontrating the insanity of Dr.
Lamuicu. The. belicv-.s that if Dr. Lam-on
hald hcn reprieved on the ground of insanity it
would lhe impo.isihlh hereafter to puuikh any crim-
inals whocould 'how that indulgence in sedatives
and narcotics had weakened their physical and
mental couiiion.
A large crowd of the lewer orders gathered out-
sid:- the Wandiworth Jail early in the morning to
witness the hoijstig of the black flag. The fact
that the flag-otatf was not erected uitil after
dark yesterday caused some to think that a reprieve
would 1Ie irTanted at the last moment, on account
of the oc,:urrence of th- royal marriage. The chap.
lain of the jail visited Dr. Lamson at 7 o'clock th:
morning and engaged in prayer with him. TL
o:,ndemned man wore his ordinary dress, not the
garb of a convict. He partook of a good breakfast.

TH Undersigned has just opeuid a choice
Selection of Eigliolih ad Au. r can

For Xmas, Received by the Mail Steamer
Cousistiig in part of:-
Tins of Roast BEEF MUT'ON
CHICKEN DUCK (i00. 0i)-I
Lunch TONGUES Potted lIAM
Bottles of Assorted PICKLES
Corned BEEFin Tins il sCUITS of all kind.
SIJGA It, White and B-own FLOUR
Tins of(COCO\ and MI1.K
Green and Burnt CUFFEE Oolong T' r ,
Bottles oftiYRUl'S, of all flavors
CHERI IES, &c., &c.
Tins of FPIUI T', in Syrup
JAMS of all Flavors BU I'ER LARD
4 oz. Bottles of Essence LE.MON
RANPBEttrt VANILLA, &ce., &c.
Condensed MIl LK
TI'ARTARIC-At IP, (Powdered)
Hair OIL, assorted.'Flavors Fine Olive OIL
CUR RIE (in Bottles)
NUTMEGS ALMONlS, in and out of shell
Jars of Preserved GINGER SAGO
&C,., &c., &c.
East Broadway and Victoria Streets.
Hauamillo,, llecember 19. 881.
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A few days ago there occurred a thrilling tra-
gedy at Brookville, in Arizona. On that day,
within about four miles of the above-named town,
there were three cowboys. Their jingling- spu-r,
their long-horned and brightly-mounted saddles,
on which wererc:il-d, lilk- long., "lithe, limber snakes,
rawhide riatas, tho predominance of bright color
displayed in saddle blanket and clothing. the gleam
of the highly polished pistol and knife, and the
rude, active health ind vivacity of hores and rid-
ers, made them a pitituire pleasant to look upon,
wh,..-na sh an inspe:'tiou could be mj.le with saf t-y.
Th..ey w-re known t,., their associates as J.tke M.-
Cray, Billy Fulaiansbee, and Tom Dilworth; blit
wheth.-r thee names wore conferred, on them at thp
baptiinmal font was a matter of con -ider:tbleconjie--
tir2. Th,:-y hkd b,.-en atar.:uiiiug in t.owun and w"i-r
then on their w.ay baik to their ri-l,-z-on. Sit-l-
duily a Cuhimrmiu pn Pte.,re.l, l.lad-u with ba- ket,.
au1l with a J.:.g trot loiy .ippr:.a,:-hed them, rndO.
lit. little pig-lik: eye-- ..howed that he ha.l :un in-
stin.tive fear of the hor-seoieu. This was an op-
portuuity for cru-el sport whieb the cowboys could
not. lIt p..-s, und.TJake Mi.Cray said to: hi-s oiupaui-
ou-: "" Boys, let's have a.1 C('bin MI-ize-ppa. I'll
lasso tlihe 'lunitiaan.u, In' ,iu k.:tch a It,:.r, :an
we'll tie John ou an' Itni himu thCOu thel --tre'i
of the: tovn." To this cool propo-itiou Billy add
Touuiyjjoyfutlly a.uentel. In a few .se.'ondis M--
Cray's rit.a.was d,-.sribing .irclei.- iu the air, and
Ah Sin droppiun-_' li burden, fled fur deor life': but
after a few th- unerriun-.' rita euim.-iled th.:
limbs of the Mongol, ind he was jerked and thrown
ten feet in th it- by the boiudiiung hor-e of the
In th, meantime nBilly Folau-tuec "ant Tom Dil-
worth had piursu,l a hugte Texau et .-r, and Bill
h:td thrown hi- Vi.-t ,n, the ruinr.l'.- hom:rn, while
Tu,-m.'by aI deft unu .. rhaud throw of the rawhide,
had eu:oiled the anii,:l'a. hind l-eg and thrown himt
prostrate on the e.uth. There he lahy panting andl
bellow, i -ng out dul-ii.:- .it hi3 .-.ipt.:r-, ;alth-:,uigh in
their expert haund- hi: waas as p.:,wrltessa as an in-
fant. Billy and hi-. , shout,:-d to Jake
McCa'-y t., bring ov.. r tht- prisoner, audl added pa-
renth,-ti, ally, .Be kerful and dou't kill the darn
critte-r, a-, there w,.u't be any sport in giving a
dea-l Chinarman a" Ja.-.k McC'ray was ecre-
ful, int t.nt a-- ousil.-rate a liet, might have beeii,
for whi-n he- arrived vir.-re the -steer was -trggiing
the Chin.,imu .hd lu--t their. best p art of hir blouse
and al...uat ialf the eiti.-le- tror u, ? idi of his b.:.dy.
rh,':y f:t-tened th. riataa to the horun, auld the
trained animal-. heldt the steer fully as well as
though the rid, w: re in the sad.lle. The treiji-
bhing LChinaman made pitei-,aus aapp'.l, t. his ,:ap-
tor-, aind even fihud our f,-ar pie.e-s
from soUme re-:esses in his clothing, inl -otf-red thr.rni
as a bribe for liberty. The money wa-, appropria-
ted, but the Il.utled-for-freeilor de-ue. knia.
Thcy lai.l tihe- .rison:Ur, h:.a-at ldown, aipoL the stei.A-.
and pulle-d his hands well down ,:,i tlhe ',a,-i:.--
and tied th-em togethelr. Th,-u hiis !I rs n.e piille-
apart ni d mf,:ir ftirinly ou either -.-.c-e t thie ai-
nial's I, inu, and the Chinumaniu was ti--l h yrmuy ,u
the ba-i.k of the animal th.t he looked, ., iki;rry
expri-,s,-d it, as- though he gruwed there."
The fastenings were then removed irom tihe
steer. With blood in lis eve,a.nd Ihakug hlii grie- ,
breadth of horn defiantly at his tormleulnrs, he
charged atmtii,.-eevily tirs.t at one hor-i-mitu nua -.L -'-u
at another, while Al Sii was yvellin-_ alternaately,
Police !" and irder !" Iu broken Eu,,lih anud
Chinesoi., at the top of his voile. HIs cap:ors made
the air fairly ring with devilish merrim.nt. Final-
ly the "fiery, untmru:d," et,:-er wai headed, for
town, and then began a race which beggars des-
cription. Over gully and dJitLh he went, making
stupendous bounds -ea,'h time the-e obstructio-uns
were encountered, and eau:h bouud I.eing accurately
recorded by the- Ioul.,li:n, for h- fairly rent the
air with his screams, aud. the, length 1of the cry wva
regulated by the distance covered Ily the steer in a
jump. The cowboys were more th'tu delighted
with the success of their scheme. The steer would
endeavour to turn, but his reimorelhess tormentors
headed hint at every point : when end-avours to
make these turn-, would d:ve-lo)p abnormal btrsts of
speed, long' drawn-out waili would iusae fIom the
unhappy Mongol; ,audl when the animal settled
down to an ordinary rui, trhe cry would sink down
low, and thus, like thi oruisi.,a of an .E.:,lian harp,
would the meni.u rise and fill. The wild, frenzied
bovine approached a -yidly fully eighteen feet in
width, and, with a fierce ,,- rt and iouund, the steer
gathered himself in one suuprelme effort and cleared
it by a scratch. Jake Mc:Cray's horoe, following a
little to the right, and at narrower place, also
succcessiv-ly jumped a,.:ross the dry chasmt
But Bill Folan.-bee and Tom Dilworth following
immediately behind the Chinese Maztppa, both
came to grief, and were lauded horse and foot in the
bottom of the ditch. Tom recovered tirst anil hur-
ried his horse along the bottom for a quarter of a
mile, and finally clmb inhered out ; but Folansbee lay
stunned on the bottom, while his companions con-
tinued the nad chas:.-. The- ste:r was turne.l at
mid-day into the main street of the town. All the
dogs in the place Juhasu-d the frenzied animal and
barked it chl:.ri- r : hir -- ..- rke from th. ir f.lstn-
ings, and ehind and behind eam MuUray and Dilworth,
shouting like wildI Apaches. The freuazied animal,
with his hinan bun-leu, lollowule- every-whree ,y
shouts, barks and in, din, .hot through
street and alley, was headed into squar.: awl plaza,
and finally auct;--edid in guing- through the ')rion
saloonh.n, bIreaking ump two tfl.urislhiug 'ames, rn king
his entrance through th,: front door and his exit at
the back. His Nfemn.--u- McC'ray and Dibworth, as
though playing '* follow my leader," ..purred their
foaming and relu<:tant steeds through the same
passage, and, although the proprietor protested
with a six-shouter, thiy, too, madle their exit in
safety. .p the t'tret, with renewed vitgr, tflew
the unwillug Mazeppa and the wild bIe'a.t, the lat-
ter antning amuck now inrd endeavorir-o to pi,:-r..e
every living thing h-. unc'.outa-red w-ith hi_ long',
sharp horns. Suddenly, vwhen in front of the' court
house, thie stter stumbled and fell. Del-puty Sheriff
Charles Smith took advautage of -this, and with a,
few cuts of his Ibowie knife, rd<4eased the Mougaian
Mazeppnr from his perilous perch. The released
Chinaman threw hiuncelf under thie protection of
the officer of the law. The harried steer, seeing
his mounted persei utor.s approaching, struggled to
his feet tmd darted away.
Tom Dlworth, when he discovered his prisoner
free, loosened his riata and shouted to McCray to
catch the steer, and he would capture the China'-
man. Swinaing hii-r lIsso around, he charged up
and loudly called on the deputy sheriff to stan,
aside. The otficer of law drew his pistol, while the
Mongolian crouched and trembled behind himr and

the sheriff's deputy shouted defiantly, '" Touch him
at your peril." Without a second's hesitation the
riata was thrown, and encircled the officer and
Chinaman, but before the line was tightened by the
quick-turning horse, the crack of Smith's pistol
was heard, and Dilworth fell dead from his saddle.
The horse, frightened by the falling body, bounded
away, andl the two or three turns taken round the
,horn held the vista firmly, and the brave officer
and abused Chinaman were dragged, bumped and
jolted through the main street. The dogs made
matters worse by their barking, and the citizens
endeavored to intercept the mal careerof the rider-
less horse. Finally, after dragging them a mile
the riata broke. They vere picked up, but so badly
were they bruised and torn that it was hard totally.
which was the UGa'caian or which Mongolian.
McCray, seeing from the outcome, of affairs $hat
there would be trouble, hunted up Folansbte, in-
formed him of the fatal termination, and both fid

in fear of their lives.
as'yetthey have not

Officers are in pursuit, but
been arrested.

Sr. JoiNs, N. F., April 29, IS82.
Last night, in the Commons House of Newfound-
land, an act was p.-ssed which granted to a number
of New York capiEalimt.s a charter of incorporation
to enable them to conotruet a graving dock in the
harbo, of St. Johns. The company, who are repre-
sented here by Mr. _Mason Loomis, belong to New
York, and have received the most favorable and
even generous terms from the Newfouudland Legis-
lature. The goverunmi-t giv.-j the company a sub-
sidy of $301,j1,i) per annum for forty-five years, and
indorsed their buadls to the extent of $600,000.
The government also grants t.o the dock syndicate
all tlie lands that are niet.-.ary fur the construction
and extension of the do..k :in.l tih erection of build-
ings and the-r es--utiil wokkl,. The proposed
glavi, dook will I.e thb lari-[ iin the world and
capatb'k of an:.:o.lntuodatng -JteatiW41 of the deep-
etL d.Raught afloat, exCepLinu. the threat Eastern.
It will have a clear length of floor of bO feet, with
an inside width at the cpiung level of 100 feet.
The bottom of the dock will be S.3 feet wide. The
main entrance at, the uopiag level will be 66 feet in
width, and from high water mark to the floor of
thedock there will be a depth of -iS feet. The
material of construction will ibe native granite,
drawn from the quarries of Kille,'r-ews.
Situated as St. Johns is, almost midway in the
Atlaptic, between the great trade centres of the
United States and Great Brit'in, the proposed
graving dock will be nailed byv the conuercial
world as a boon to the iutei-lt of ,.cean shipping
of very considerable: ramiagnLU-i:u.

D,'iwiu is indeed dead, but that ancestral story
abour the monkey still lir.-. Not even religion
eau afford much consolation to a man who ec-.retly
knows thit he would at thi- moment hae a pre-
hensile tail if no accident h -I1 happ :,.' t,, his reck-
less predecessors. Well, ift" ,,.e will only go a
little further, and add to tiih'ei. ted tail a
couple of imaginary hoofs .1nd a ,c-.Pi.k of horns,
we shall not only know exictlr w %- v ,. w came
from, bnt, we can also sati-,f'c'orti- ,.,..,nt for the
doings of many p.-.rtle.
The times ch-jngae, an.. we,..r with them,
but, whether we ch:ngs- the tira, t;ey change
us i, a serious qu.ri.,u. T'i,, -.,... -i growing
lit.eral, but it dles u)t f.:!l, t.r i ;t 5a rowing
k...e. Some people have s'.nih a ri..k in their
n,-.,ks that they can only l..,.k b.:liain them, and to
such what has been is the c'Ait-rriOnu .,f what ,-ught
to be. To these good butr f,..-..itif. r,. i soul t II ad-
vancement issimply pro.-e-, toiw.rd p,.rdition, and
tue good old days wne b,.tte-r than nav daavs since.
We are reminded of all thLi- ic:aiu of'a parish
re,..ord of Taunadi,-e, ofre l', ,t.u, i1 whiih it is
w: ii ten tLat a certa.iu miu t.: 1,.l.. ,e:. liis hiurlchi on
a Sunday because b-: hi..l tu gu r ) a neighboring
iuwu to superinttnd the buryiu.t ofi witch.
Auecdotes of pers.:-us are alwaY-s i:rd necessarily
fhilboods. Wueu a ttiu teil. a -tory of himself,
or when another telia it. of him, the de-ire to make
the incident intce.-inu-g is stronger than the wish
to be truthfidul. Wheu you are describing some
event of your past life the utinimportant fact that
what you are saying is not true doe u- nt interfere
iu the slightest. dcgrEe with the tremendous ,iza of
the story. Another thing is curious-namely, that
the tock of funny sayings anod ecceuntii.- actions
which has been accumulating through the ages is
not very large, and that they are attributed to
every remarkable person in turn who appears.
When Sidney Smith had made a reputation for wit
the whole collection of bon mots which had been
handed down from the time of Alritotle were re.
told and his name attached to them. We have
heard anecdotes related of Mr. Spurgeon which to
our certain knowledge are urtr two hundred years
old, and have repeatedly listened to funny sayings
which were attributed to Mr. Duecher, but which
we have read in a book published many years be-
fore Mr. Beecher was born. Here is ian illustra.
tion. There are three books on the table before us,
and the same story appears in all three, but in each
one attributed to a different person. In the first,
it wis what Dean Sw;ft Maid, in the second Dr.
Paley said it, and in the their] Siduey Smith. It
is comforting to know that any one of these gen-
tlemen might have said it, and at the same time
prutfy certain thaitit did not originate with any of
them. At a state dinner given to the clergy, one
of these wits, or some one else whom nobody
knows, called the waiter and said :-" Waiter, shut
down the window behind me, and open another be-
hind some second rate curate on a small salary."
We impatiently whip a horse for shying at a
shadow, and yet we are constantly doing the same
thing ourselves.
The best way to cr:over your tracks so that no man
can find you ouf is not to do the deed.

Proteeion gsts'ais FURE
AT T'iE MOST .MOL0.ij T[,- ;AIES
Can be obiaiued from the
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One ofihe I'.,gos t iitablished ind WV'ealthies
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Itl. K.S taken both io- ',E.'.L .> i' ~.aiA4,A
Pit'.'ERTY fr 3, 6 or 1i2 Umoirihs.
No FEES and no C.IARGE io, t'..:icics.
N. A. 3[UT'E" ,F.- LI),

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Suippleinent to the Bermada Royal Gazette, May 9, 1882.

From the United States and Europe.

The Mail Steamer Orincro, Captain Fraser, from
New York, arrived at her wharf, in this Town, at
10-30 on Sunday morning last. She left New York
at the usual hour on Thursday.
We are under obligatious to Captain Fraser, Mr.
Purser Dupont and other friends for New York
papers of the 4th instant. a

LomroDO, .April 29.-A. London detective and
chief of the local constables to-day arrested a rail-
way employee, named Albert Young, living at Spot-
borough, for threatening the life of the Queen. It
is believed that the threat was mere bravado.
Young wrote to General Sir Henry Ponsonby, pri-
vate secretary to the Queen, demanding money and
threatening the lives of Her Majesty and Prince
Leopold. He is only eighteen years old and is ap-
parently crazy. 'He was brought up at the Bow
Street Police Court this afternoon and was remand-
Mr. Parnell, in an interview with one of the New
York Herald correspondents, expressed himself as
satisfied that. the change in the government's policy
indicates a desire to abandon coercion if the state
of Ireland should be materially improved. He
thinks that a diminution of outrages will follow
conciliatory action.
Satisfaction is expressed in Ireland at the change
in Mr. Gladstone's policy. A general wish prevails
that an Irishman should be appointed Chief Secre-
tary to succeed Mr. Forster.
It is believed that Earl Spencer's acceptance of
the Viceroyalty is provisional, and that Lord Duf-
ferin will succeed him.
Mr. Chamberlain is spoken of in connection with
the office vacated by Mr. Forster.
Messrs. Parnell, Dillon and O'Kelly have return-
ed to Dublin.
Three lady leaguers have been arrested and sen-
tenced to six months' imprisonment.
The Irish members of Parliament recognize the
influence of the Canadian Legislature in the change
in the Irish policy of the government.

Mr. Parnll and wr's ,,.f his frih,?r-pr;i.ners to b*
relea-rd-Measures for rec'ring peace and order to be
enarted-th erea.nits fr F.Vr. F.rster'a re-ifonatio are
stated by Mr. Gladsdtone.-Lomnvox, May 2.-In the
House of Lords this evening Earl Granville, Secre-
tw7 of State for Foreirn Affairs, announced the,
resignation of Mr. W. E Forster, Chief Secretary
for Ireland. and the intention of the Government to
release the three imprisoned members of Parlia-
ment. Earl Granville explained that Earl Cowper
had not. resigned the Lord Lieutenancy on account
of any difference with the Government in regard to
their policy. He confirmed the report that Lord
Carlingford would temporarily take the Presidency
of the Council during Earl Spencer's absence in Ire-
land. The Government,he said, had no new policy
to announce in regard to Ireland,but he added that
the Coercion act would not be renewed, and that
the Government intended to deal with the question
of arrears of rent and the Bright clauses of the
Land act. He announced that the three members
of Parliament would be released at once, and the
cases of the other "suspects" would be reconsider-
ed with'a view to their ultimate release, but this re-
consideration would not be extended to the ease of
Michael Davitt.
Mr. Gladstone, in the House of Commons, made
an announcement similar to that of Earl Granville
in the Houseof Lords. Mr. Gladstone stated that
large number of other suspects" would be re-
leased, and that the Government, instead of renew-
ing the Coercion act, would introduce a measurere-
medying the administration of justice in Ireland
and dealing with the protection of life and proper-
ty. Hle said instructions had already been sent to
Ireland for the release of the three imprisoned
members of Parliament, and that the list of the
6 suspects" were being carefully considered with a
view to the release of all except those who were ar-
rested on suspicion of having been personally con-
cerned in outrages. These releases would be on
the Government's sole responsibility. Mr. Glad.
stone stated that Mr. Forster had resigned because
he was not willing to share this responsibility, and
that Mr. Forster would make a personal explana-
tion on Thursday. Speaking with reference to the
Coercion act, he made the special reservation that if
peace and security ?iould be jeopardized by the
action of secret societies the Government would
consider it its duty to propose counteracting mea-
sures. He declared that the Government did not
think the Coercion act had failed, as it had served
an important purpose in a great crisis. He .a-imly
praised the manner in which Mr. Forster had per-
forrr.ed his duties, and expressed regret at his re-
tirement. Mr. Gladstone declared that none of the
meatiurcs announced in the Que.n'P speech at the
opening of the session, except the resolution in re-
gard to the rules -,f Parliamentary procedure,
would he allowed to stann in the way of the mea-.
sures whi:h the Government would introduce for
restoring peace and order in Ireland. The release
of Mr. Davit-t was totally diktinc:-t from the release
of the suspects," whioh was a question it might
be right for the Govertment to consider.
Mr. Si xton, at the .-clu-.ion of Mr. G( i remarks, atne al si .1l thar the Gove.nm:nt lhadid
ake-n the first step in i p,,li .y that w ,nll1 crown
ts Ardinistration with glory, itd wol,1 produ.:e
lies of mutual interest betw en IrelIl and Eng-
1 Sir Stafford 'Northcote likn-ued the i .vornment
to a pendulum swinging from one sii. bhck to the

An Experiment on which many Opinions are expressed
-Mir. Chamberlain to sweceed M'. Forster-Tht
fate of the C'binet dependent, on the result cf itl
Conilatorp plan.
LONDON, May 3.-Mr. Goschen in a speech last
evening in the House of Commons, created mucl
sensation. He said that, as Mr. Gladstone l'-lievee
a social revolution exists in Irelandl, it will have tc
be proved how far peace and order will be promoted
by the release of social revolutionists.
The Land League members of Parlisment ar(
trying to persuade Mr. Parnell to come to Loudor
in time to be present in the House of Commons U ot
Thursday, when Mr. Foisteer will make his explain.

The opinion grows that Mr. Chamberlain wil
succeed Mr. Forster as Chief Secretary for Ireland
In that event it is probable that Sir Charles Dilke
will succeed Mr. Chamberlain as President of thb
Board of Trade, and that Lord Fitzmauiice wil
succeed Sir Charles Dilke as Tnder S,:-cietary fo.
Foreign Affairs. The Leeds Mercury, a leading.
Liberal organ, says Mr. Forster was disloyall,
treated by some of his colleagues, especially by Mr
The Times says: Public opinion will approve
Mr. 'Forster's manly and dignified course in th
presence of trying and painful alternatives. Th
new policy of the Government rests upon the hop
that the moderate language of the Land Leaguers
the concession to some extent to the demands in th
Land Law Amendment bill, and the release of Mi
'Parnell will touch the feeling of the Irish masse
' and restore the authority of law and respect fo
public and private rights. The probability of
compromise with respect -to tenants' claims is
hopeful element. If Mir. Parnell will make use- (

hi-s liberty to re-tore order, there may be an imme-
diate improvement in the condition of. Ireland."
The Timies also says that if the latest daring charge
fails to vanquish the disorder in Ireland there can
be no doubt of the fate of the Cabinet."
The Standird s-tya the Radicals have triumphed
all along the line. A new era is opening up in
English politics. It asks, if amnesty is to be real
on what ground can Mr. Davitt be excluded from
it, ?
The Post says the Government are in despair.
and like desperate men are playing a desperate
game to retrieve their fortunes.
LowDoo, May 4 -The Standard this morning
says: It is understood that, after hesitation and
with reluctance, Mr. Chamberlain accepts the office
of Chief Secretary for Ireland. His appointment
will be satisfactory to the extreme Irish party."
The Earl of Kimberly, Colonial Secretary, speak-
ing at Hertford last evening, declared that the Gov-
ernment released the suspects" because they be-
lieved the back of the agitation had been broken.
He said the Government intended to persevere
steadily with remedial measures.
Many suspects" have been released from Clon-
mel and Kilmainham Jails.
The release of the Land Leaguers was celebrated
last night at Balls, Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Lon-
donderry, and Yougball with torchlighiprocessions,
bonfires illuminations, &c. General tranquility
The Telegraph this morning says: Mr. Fors-
ter has been treated as a Jonah, and thrown over-
board to lighten the vessel of the administration on
its new tack." It infers that it is.the intention of
the Government to administer affairs according to
the wishes of the Irish people. The Daily Newsa
says it is clear that Mr. Forster's administration
has failed, and much w ill depend upon his successor.
If Mr. Chamberlain undertakes the responsibility he
will have nerve enough to deal summarily with the
difficulties. The News asks for a development of
the amendment to the Land act, and a cessation of
trusting implicitly to an administrative centraliza-
tion spread out from Dublin Castle.
Ardiie Erxploraito-Searh for Mr. Leigh Smith.
-Lozmox, April 29.-Sir Allen Young has char-
teredl 'he steamer Hpe, of Peterbead, to search for
Mr. Leigh Smith's Artic expedition. The Hope
is 300 tons burden and seventy horse power. The
steamer will proceed to the Thames for the purpose
of refitting. It is expected that Captain Markham
will command her.
&Swreein.g Erpedition Attacked.-PAnms, April 29"
-The surveying expedition in South Oran, which
was surptiied by Si Sliman, was escorted by two
companies of troops. It was attacked by 7,800 na.
tives. The troops fought heroically, but were com-
pelled to abandon their provisions. The French
claim to have killed some hundreds of the Arabs.
Urvumay and Brazil.-LomNDo, April 30.-A dis-
patch from Buenos Ayres dated April 5, by way of
Lisbon, says: "Advices from Montevideo are to
the effect that in consequence of the maltreatment
of Brazilians in Uruguay Brazil is concentrating
troops on the frontier and has dispatched an envoy
to Montevideo to demand redress. It is reported
that Urugruay is raising men to protect the frontier,
and is taking measures to fortify Montevideo."
Another Nihilist Plot in Russia.-VIENIA, April
30.-A dispatch to the Presse from Moscow states
that a man named Koboseff Bogdanowitsch re-
cently submitted to the authorities a plan for the
illumination of the Kremlin with electric light.
Inquiries were instituted, and it was discovered
that the intention was to blow up the whole Krem-
lin during the festivities attending the coronation
of the Czar. At the man's residence there were
found a number of peasant's caps, the crowns of
which were filled with explosive material. It is
supposed that these caps were intended to be thrown
into the air, in greeting to the Czar, and that in
falling to the ground their contents would have the
effect of bombs. Bogdanowitsch and threehun-
dired Nihilists have been arrested.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 3.-Lieut. Danenhower
was received by the Emperor and Empress yester-
day. To-day be visited the Grand Duke Alexis,
the Minister of Marine, and Gen. Ignatieff, Minister
ofthe Interior. -
LEMBERG, May 3.-An exodus of Jews from all
parts of Russia began yesterday. As the foreign
corn trade was almost in Jewish bands, the utmost
confusion prevails in that industry.
VOME. MAT 3 -In the Chamber lof Deputies
to-d-iy, during a dieu4ion on the treaty of com-
merc.' with France, *-ign'r Bianca, speaking in re-
gard to the nece sity of a European combination to
make head agiuinsl American Importations, said
th,,t Europe h.di no reason to fear an invasion of
Americani products. The Unite-d States, he said,
would, sooner or later, force old Europe to solve the
question. The standing armies would he the means
of giving back to sgricelture and the manufac.
tures stalwart arms shut up in military barracks.
VIENNA, May 3.-The Presse says that immedi
ately after the un-,.inat!ion ;of Gen. Strelnikoff,
the Publie Prosecut, ,'f the Kit-ff Military Tribunal,
who wa; shot at Od -s*a. an accomplice of the as-
sassin extracted from Gen. Strelnikofl's pocket a
list il Nihilists to he arrested, and plundered his
ipartu-euts. takiii;, tlirrefiom documents furnish-
ing i e-'inple.e plan ,.t the Nihilists' methods of prn,-
cedure .11, projects. The recovery of these papers
by ti.- Nibilists waM a griat blow to the authorities
T.'hI Reichsrath tu,-day adopted a proposal uo
Herr I-Ialhvicb permitting the importation oft grain
duty Iree into Tyrl, -oerz, Gradisea, Trieste, the
District if Adelsbhrg in Carniola, Dalmatia, and
('AIRO, May 3.-The pa.,-'age in theofficial version
of tbh :e,:tetjce of the court-m.,rtial in the case of
the lht.. conspiracy ot officers, which was commuui
cated to ,ousn!s-General, raising the question 6f
Ismail Pasha's civil list, has been suppressed. The
SMinistei of war has ordered90 Krupp guns.
* LONDON. May 4th.-England will co-operate
Switch other nations in establishing a chain of eir*
cump'-lar magnetic and meteorological observa-
* stories. Fort Rae, in the North of Canada, is the
station selected.
S SCUTARI, Mar 3.-News has been received here
from Siavanian sources, that a revolt has broken out
Sin several districts on the Bocche di Cattaro, ui
consequence of the enforcement of the landwehr
e conscription.
S LONDON, May 3.-The race for the Chester

Tr dei Cup at the I'hester meeting to-day was won
I by Lord Rosebery s 5-year-old ch. b. Prudliomme.
SMr. Leopold de Rothschild's 4-year-old br. c. Pil-
e grim was second, and Lord Bradford's 5-year-old
e b. h. Retreat third. Seven horses ran.
1 DUBDIN, April 29.-In the action of the United
r eielvai against Mr. W E. Forster to recover 20,-
_ 000 damages onLaccimunt of thesei-ure of that paper.
y the defendant reluses to answer the interrogatories
. on the ground that they c neeru matters of State.
Tu is-OfLicial Hecognition qof the French Protectorate.
e TUNI. April 29.-Dr Naehtigal, the new German
Conuad, here to-day applied for an exequatar through
e the French Minister resident, and proceeded to the
, palace to present his credentials to the Bey, being
e escorled by French troops. This recognition of the
e French protectorate has caused a sensation;
s The appointment of Dr. Mary Walker to a posi.
)r tin ip the Pensionu Office has been made by Secre.
a' tary of the Interior Teller :in consequence of thi
a strong representations made to,bim as to the desi,
of tute circumstances of the I\dy. -

CoNconm, April 27.-Ralph Waldo Emerson died
this evening at 8-50 o'clock. His death was, after
all, somewhat sudden, and when the crisis had
nearly passed and there was believed to be fair
reason to expect that improvement would follow.
His condition during the day had been more criti.
cal than at any previous time, but yet it was at no
time considered positively alarming, though the
watchers by his bedside feared that he might not
survive until morning. It was the weakness that
steadily crept over him that was the most disturb.
ing symptom. He suffered little pain the early
part of the day and had only very slight fever, but
as the day advanced he grew weaker, and the weak-
ness increased, though very slightly, with the ap.
proach of evening. His disease assumed an acute
form in the early morning. Dr. Putnam, the Bos.
ton physician who has been attending him, in con.
sultation with his son, Dr. Emerson, spent the night
with him and went back to Boston in the forenoon,
intending to return toward night. At about noon
the patient.began to display increased difficulty in
breathing and to suffer pain, which speedily grew
so intense that ether was administered him. From
the early part of the afternoon until his death he
was kept under its influence, and it was while un.
conscious of pain and of his surroundings that he
passed away.
Toward night, when it was apparent that the
crisis was approaching, Judge E. Rockwood Hoar,
who has for years been a close friend and intimate
neighbor of Mr. Emerson, was summoned to the
house. Judge Keys, the father in-law of Dr. Em.
person, was also there at the time, with the follow-
ing members of the family, gathered in the family
sitting room : Miss Ellen Emerson and Mrs. W. H.
Forbes, Mr. Emerson's two daughters; the wife of
Dr. Emerson, his son Charles Emerson, a nephew,
and Mr. W. H Forbes. Dr. Emerson, his mother,
and the nurse were by the patient's bedside in the
room above. At 9'45 Dr. Emerson came down
stairs and announced that there was hope; that the
pulse had fallen from 140 to 120 and was now
steady and regular, and that the patient was rest-
ing quietly and easily. He added that he thought
the crisis would soon be passed, and he was encour-
aged to believe that his father might live. Dr.
Emerson then immediately returned to the sick-
room with Miss Ellen. In three or four minutes he
came back with the startling announcement that
his father was dead. There were with him at his
bedside Mr. Emerson's wife and his daughter, with
the Doctor.
At 9-30 o'clock the news was announced to the
townspeople by the 79 strokes being sounded-the
bell of the Unitarian church tolling the years of his
life. To the Concord people this death came as a
personal loss. Fhey say of him to-night that he
was the gentlest and most approachable of great
men, and his home was freely open to his neigh-
bors until his retirement with approaching feeble-
ness, and even then he did not altogether seclude
himself, but responded to occasional brief calls in
his old kindly way. He was as beloved by the
people about him for the sweetness of his disposi-
tion and his uniform kindliness as he was honored
for the wealth, of his intellect and the exalted posi-
tion he held among thinkers and men of letters of
two continents. During these few days of his last
illness the solicitude of the people of the town has
been marked, and the calls at the quiet old house
behind the pines in which he lay dying were many
and frequent and from all classes of people. While
his age and feebleness hardly justified hope of his
recovery, it was difficult for those to whom his
spare figure, moving about the quit village streets,
had for so many years been a most familiar one, to
realize that he was evidently so ill or so aged, and
so the word of his death that moved rapidly about
the town, just before the striking of the 9 o'clock
bell to-night, and that was later repeated by the
tolling bell, came after all as a sharp and unex-
pected shock. .
The funeral services of Ralph Waldo Emerson
tookplace at Concord, Mass.. on Sunday the 30th
ult. Rev. James Freeman Clark delivered a long
and very interesting address upon the life and works
of the deceased.

Extract from a Letter from Frut Stoima"h ldited
Sunday 11 o"t lock fore noon.
With the utmost pain I inform you of the total
loss of our strength and that Fort. Stomach was
obliged to surrender after a most obstinate engage-
ment from eleven o'clock forenoon to twelve at
night with .little intermission. The particulars,
nearly as our distressed situation permits us to re-
late, are as :--" About 10 o'clock forenoon
we u'ar siven to itudl-rt-and that A Party of the
enemy were approaching. Colonel Appetite with his
whole force under the direction of that undaunted
Commander G(-neral Hunger, determined to atta-k
and tive them battle. They wer,- commanded by
Captain Chi,':ken with a Corps froin We-?t-phale-a ; .
their rear was supp..'rted by the Battalion of Lis-
bon and Oporto Volunteers, who kept up a con-
staut discharge of Grape shot for some minutes, the
e-gagement was pretty severe aund threatened to be
anuihilatiug', and before three in the afternoon -
(.Col'nel Appetite had lost a wre_ t part of his p-re-
-err..-v and was. iut off fruin hiis bhag'.re wa-rgons
inu.l a lar-ie part of his Coitmnim-ri-it had been ctup-
tured and fallen iuto the ci ity'-- hinds iul he had
lost- boti WinLs of hit F.:r.:-e, a tirnmsaunc:-e that
,lid not in the least affect Gee-ral Hauner, who de-
,.lared himself perfectly well uatifiet, after an iu-
terval of nearly two hours .Uslen-iimn of :hostilities
in which time Colonel Appetite h-il so well rallied
his forces and hims-elf for a vigorous cam-
paim-n assault audl des-pert- 'h tir-.r-:' iu flank with
his reserved rer)so,-'es aud with th- alle and prompt
skill and aid :.f hi. unitubduied allie_. in conjunction
with General Gorrandize. and his whole force
lodged in Fort Stomach, he determined to give the
enemy buittle. At five o'clock we were in sight of
their army drawn up in battle array, perhaps the
largest and be-t ,IisipUine.l and provided f.or'su :- a
mortal conflict ever thrown into the Field at one
time, they hid been drawn up in order for battle
for some hour- under annrm, anut were supplied with
ammunition of the newest aund most approved
description. I may well say a month in ad-
vance their vanguard was ,comp.jed of the Joint
regiment, a detachment ,:,f Sir-Loin Volunteers,
and two co.npanie.s belouning to General Goose,
the Main bt.iy consisted of the completion of
those reiments and St. Th,,mas Turtle Troops
flanked by Vi-eount Venison Corps, the Rear was

brought utp by Pastry Vlunteers, who appearing
in splendid style -emergiug from behind the Canary
Forest decided the Fete of the day, joined by
Sir Peter Port, Lord Claret, Baron Champagne and
Earl Burgundy a u other Naval ,-]brities and Com-
ninuders with their reinforcements and took their
al:,tte.j station on the Right aud Left Wings of
the allied armies, at half past five we lost every
thing but our honour, when Ge-neral Goose made a
sudden aud spirited atta,.-k on our outer Works aud
wi dispersed in disorder ~nee ',ilt prit..

A HrNT.-Some plants have niuch greater power
for extjincting substance from the earth-than others
- -for instance, peas will subsist on the poorest soil,
5 and im prove it. Moss sends its roots into the hard
bark.of the oak; ivey will take root on lurnt bricks,
- boards, or s ,lid smooth stones. But you say they
- live on air. What use then have they for roots,
e when other plants have tendrils to cling with P
* Your soil ma:iy not be good for one plant but it will -
. proodue another.

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