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: VID00106
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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Love, Purity and Truth.

3 Grand annuall EJ' TE/ET L-.
.,EA T
Will'be given at ;he 0D FELIPALV:' H..tAL ,
H., i' mi on, on ihe
26th aud 'lth instant,
There %%ill be r:, ra sortmei t of' Isel'ul am.
Faniv .- l'l'lC11 .1 ail It H I,"' [S'" NT .
Til .s ucial Eitert- ii'w enlt \il! iibe ini.le tlit'
ciO t inleiret;,n of Ithe s.o','n.
j iPo s' optrii it A P'l ..
A A rlfitir,1 N i,'l.
Thle Alexamnrina Band will I'e ion artL u4inUane.
B ecrri:ty
)ecenrber 16i, 18S-3.


In aid of tbh V Ntn'; ? LrN's E.\tr:NG INSTrI--
TUTE will b,- h-ld. at. the TOWN IIAL[,
ST. "E..:. U L :,. on .
Tuesday & Wednesday,
S 2'3th anid 27thi Instant
*. .. DOORS open at 12 M.
'A dLlightfll time is anti6iipated, D.V., an'l
Fri.eids from the different' Parishes are invited
to gather arintiid and lend their aid.
,Artielps, useful in varietyy, nlnd REFRESH-
S.ENTS of the best .kind to suit th,- -~ason,
will be on hatud, and a BAND of" MUSIC. to
heer. the Vi-itcqrs while enjoying themselves.
will be in atte.-niar.(e.
Arilssi'N-For' Adults-at the Door, 06,.
,*.... .. ', Children, half price.t
- t. George's, D e?. 15tb, 15.82.

" "'. RE.i Tlhr-b eT eET.-ER'TAIN-
.. MENTS held in tho-- segment Room
0/' ,41 -. 'OS.' ...-' ,
filn tle Eve irs, io' ih-h
28th and 2fth of this
Alonth and .Aew Y'ear's Even-
'The ir e 'irA\r. ev i-e e ; ill roi i-It
of l.,ulee : M-e.n lo, -liahl.:. e- anld Hlecitanonis.
O( n the ee .il ,! everli t,-i n \ill be an r-
che.i ral !'ei for! ianm.e. i v' 1 h 1 thI-e % ,1 L.
com lined a rnr.bhr mf Nluical I. nstl r 'eiowe i-.
Also, lVocnl M u-i., !'i.l. ..dnem ,,,l !*,.tors.
A chmidte selettioni I l ia e I.-, been hjlt',,:ei.l
for the occasion.
(In tIe third ev nhi,-' 'tie willI i.. :nd,. il r
Sr i fi (':ntail. a'" in iblm c l' .ri.', <*'t ,
'" dniel, or the '.i mvit'.' :,,iii I :', r-' .i ni olt"
the J.e s," e' tr nt ling ilthiugh period '.1 s. t. In
Proceeds in aid ( B. M. I. C'liur'hi
Th'le '" Alev:aua Ii ,a" I.and will be pre-enti
each evening.

SE.\IN ICKi-T.-- e-,etved .8ei',
Nihlits 3,6.-oiie ;1i'iht 1/6
Unieservi-d Seats Is Chililr'en'i Ji.
TFICiKu caF n je had at 'i. J.
J.LK.SON' :' t lorf, !!im3 ill[Il w ilhie :i I
the senating cti he seiti.
Doirs o)oe at 7 o'lu, k.
Exercisemf ti1 o)mni'eniem at S i.'cl-,Ik.
llamilto !hec. 1.A, 188'2.


'I' hireI

A LL the Peop'e in Bermuda to see Child's
I.'-tock of Fine Gold Watches antd Chains
Rich sets of Jewelry
Beautiful Bracelets and Bangles
Bat Pins
Lockets and Neckl (.hains
Nleeve Button and Studs
Finger Rlings, with Diamondil, siibit-s. Tur-
quois. lEmeraldls. and PFit'l ettng,
Charms and i-eals with Man iii' m ii: Ftoic-ters
and Oddl,-Fellomws devi,:eS.
REamilton, December :8, 12.-3

(Jbout the 6th of ..ovembr next)
A 4" 4 ,' ; ,, to look after a
.A A I'or'st ain Trap.
Ap.1l\ it ih ( i i 'de of ih.- 1'1n. er.
I lamn iltun, '.-ltn ter 183h, i -2.

On Tan T

U. AI &
LChristnas eatmo !'i '/9/W(
ToyS, Albumi, Maic. Lantern, Ca4 ('.. Te Undersigned has just received'
Pin Ctuhi,.mM -,mo. Books, Inik _tn'-s [iinal ,'o:'n im:m.j a nt. A nrici--er 'OU itmocv,
VT.A.M, Playitng Cars, Xmas Books. Em' l.:ets. a ehm N m. ceileimt

N I'-P'te 'l.. aaFim l Christmias GROCERIES,
( i:';, in(,i...-. W ,v,_ ani iott,_,n W.. t.t
,-meck I ',:: ollai q, W hite-aud Prown "ittois I, ii p;irt ot 1
AssortOd Fa)ncy'._r- o. fAM, BACON, SHOULDER
OClist...s an) ILI -C-ares. oed BEEF, Ox TONGUES
Chl stm .:,s ar,,l NTrew-Vtar CardIs. [ '\I"\ l(' I F [1"-:
P,,'.u ,'s P jp a' t[. A i
These Good,. h,'"tve bI en c refuly -e'm.rteo 1Iin tvt"- '" l, 'A( F -: ,
New York, an1 ar-- Now for i-"ae at the tl T ,
S" i .' I.-, ,,'.' m ,i"- mii < t'rc !. T '. ,'. "LI-',
o A1 I ailingg ton, | ., i ,,t ,,,h < ,
EID S.'.THIEET, ,1'.LILT'ON. Dtik, <.ihi.k,. .ijIuttol, Ti rke',
Near RFy./,l Gv/ e Office. .-AUAGF, Pe..nd I e.:, and ake.I Beanm,.
uanilton, Dm-cemiber .5. iS.'. ( OV TE;', I- A 10.'. .IACi.K !EI; L,
Sl Or 8. ...

Thi e LUndersiogned ,
fas just r,.ec'-ivcd from w Ylo a a ns- (;r,,, a -d
"t'{Ii) ,ft u p, 'i (r.{
.i'( _5 C ir.-A -r.-
Sulitabl, for (_Chrit:d 'ni :and New Year \ .i... "
Pr:.-eiits. suchh -i s Ii n'' I .
Berry Di-!es, Cakie Da-.!;ets. ui er,' D;sh, -' :.FF
Fruit. Dishes, (o! letz. C, psm, Na.lin Iii 1 '- &
Spoons ForuL's. 1 "n.' '' I '
-L ,, N -1iN,!. ;
Gold Ear Rings, and Brooche% Lockets,
Neck Chains.
And manuy other Artieles which we will Ibe
pleased to show whether you wish to 1uLIN
'r not.
Coruer iFront' Street ni (C'ban- S
t-ery Lan e.

December 1S, 1882.-2



-. ,D,
fa l kii.l.- i i T i :- -and i ttli s,
I 'rn .-\ 'i'[. ; ', i' .0 1'i!; r,
, 1, :. i', : i i l. S ,
i r u N U I': -' i i ..o.: -
1 l v m n P,' s.
, 1 1d '4i' Kt,
'; )L,'iTC .& thlII .

,l hiurm! tlmmv,>ie'l [1,3! i'"! ,
ii iip. N U i'." '.iill i .i.ds,
, .. 3. c., & c.

.48 O "-O,

S1 T & CO.,.
1n1d lhite Stone
i++,- ) --

.r :.. ,., tC". ,.
JNO. BA,.iITI & CO ,
--;, -l r}r:,R,! u .v,',
s a -,., ,i .t,

., I. 1 I. iI D .:-r. I' 1';' ..
Will Offer for Salc. on arrival _- --
t h e ., .I,- h .'. 1L T A ,' .t .i L '. i 7 9 [ -"r -, .* -- T ,1? ^, r ^
i ,.r' ,.rrive inc .en d., .,t 'hi J "o I tt i l.- _Le[.
re lnnc .t ri m i- or i-h,

mJ C A t ,ml,
5 -l.ia. Hav7 BL'ik OATS
5tIon.,E : I. i I

Onion BOX ,A TE-IAL,
Tormato Box ENDS and MLATH-,
tDiruis i 'ODi0,!1 N
_t p.,ijL j ;, ( ] I
SrIumt[ i et E '.,
;niitoo '7tli Nov., l -'J2.-'

Shtriing silver r Jewt-l iy
SLL e lt. st NuvI.Vlthi-. .,l 1 -. in
,-:l '.',.i- : j ,_, h\- l S.;.ch h Jn .. ], i-.
and Bangle', din v;ti-tyi, N-e.k '
an'l,, Bri-t', :h-s n Ln-1 I[ irt 2., iu 'ir
'Pin-i ,Sc~trf in-, Fin e-y -ing. '->e-v.. Lttttni-'
and Stui.n-4. Yest Ciidinls, 'ILiii l,,a,. A ., }

B er Id a I 0,
Made tin 1 nmPie Rain WaVatelr.

['n In me umsd aider :al t'irCll Qlm:tnll -f I'. .n lif.
.aliger nitena:lin all iiiijml rird Ic tt lith mu1
jist c'stS affe.'l their y-trm ii: t.,e same I an-
er i a chali:iin:e in drm kiiini v'-
''le :- ubcriler ismnow prep.-re,! t, I-rnish Icfe
at Depot, Ltt n.iLy ;:iut-oe, im'..i m ,.,. ),,i',i
.nd! denitered in l.ilmonr ;n;d Vicinity t'monA "
a.m, i. 2 1 ,'c iiilul-;-t u-S ndm'r as exce}Ltem.
'rice, ~l', ll P't!!l p r ,pu.n d.
his e.eing. hlmuni. niuin try I respecUiIl!y.;k m
a voniint.-nc- -.I lih PAiit', pji.tint"m giis.
IhIi ,mlt.n, .M .y 15, I '2.

Horses Cilrl' ia.o'es and
.'arts lor Hire.
TI'll. I der ig ,ed ha.vingn a fit Out in thIe above
l.ite- 1 '"arri.agm- 'o: l'.,ru'm dl I .r-es Quiet and
- .r.v,,... st i y, re-pere lm y, ta .a .r e l
tihe .'umilic k'iu -..i, .
.e r H I c.- ) I ,1g. .
,IJiu '24, 1i 8;.- 6 ,, |


With each pair of


Fought of Gtwoer and Ihmpsie,

A large ass'ortmuent of Ladies Fine Dress Boots on haud,

December 18th, 1b82.--2 pd

io 1 Fom Strict, Hamilton, We-t of Queen.

'he- Schl'muitcr Kit ('nrsnm 'has !irriv,:d
i',-l am.tor Isilm] l:l -11 as bIoaIrd ih: U'i -

d.' 5-. .;1 .

Viz :

I~'T :. .j Box
75,0')A 57 Iilmh L VrHS
.13 ; 0 FT-, t W ite iine LL MB.ER.
-:i.'n) SHIN. L.s -PA :S
]i'x Mi:"1 aiil Itil be r1nuyv f.ri delmvm:ry
:,-,o-rrow\, Welnesday.
'S 1 G k)L1.
4th Deceehiber, 1:;''2.

Just Reed. and fbr Sale,
I'r; e !.,.r of 6 ;A ;iN' .. ".;--

S r-t 1 ...--- =

For Plariin:.-,




A Prime Lot of OATS.


Don't Fmriemt
TT is well worth a visit to CHILD'S Jewelry
Store to see-- the stpilemli'l as.soirtmetnt of
Gold ani Silvet' Jewelry, 'o!i. : i-ier Plated]
Ware in endlls--S, vai ti-y. C' ksA Operat and
Sply I lam.-s At t'.i.s Est:iliiLi':intA the-y
are alw':.iys pleas.,l to show their (Goods,
whetliher you ]:miluchase or not.


i ni,',er ;eid an-I Que tu Street, Haiiilton, I
Oct 3Jl, 1 5. .


Waebhmnakcer au.] Jewelletr. IS

Years ex-

.'am,:e', Clo h.+,:-a;l Jewt-llery
Cle tiie,' amd rc-p.ired.
':'.s i"-:-ry m,':.- option of relmiiing 11)' dh'ie.
Queiu ;'tree-. ',tu. ilt._ni j months
October ith, l. )2. )

VR1 TING D(1sks, .Japaneso Cabinets, 'ho.
torm phicm Albiums and Frames, Statnary
and Yai. ..iew\l E xi'xes, CII'ultl id C'oril)u and
Bi1..;],:S in (C'as,:s. Purtmionies, G,-nt's fi ttfd
Dri',,:in Cas-.s. -ilh-'r ind Pearl Ca':id Cuses,
Toilet !f t,, Mi.I-ii Box.-B Aniroids with and
without CloIks, -Holn an:1 Oliv. 'Wood Ink
Go to CliILU'! and see them. .

E. B3, Jones,
Corner of Qileon and Heid. Sf reots,,
from Loudon via Ncw York,
, ENTS and youths ready-mni:le
Do. Do. and Tweed HAITS
Do. Po. I'APS
Hamilton, November 7. l'-2.

East End G R 0 C E-R
and PROVISION Store.

F 'HE Uinider-ine' bed -s to inform
- tie FPunli,. that he has Opere:-d a Store
ixt Fa:t the OrdLianci' Stotes. Front "-treet.
.vhere. he will keep on handle a full supply of
Provisions & Groceries,
on Wh.leale. always *it the Lowest Prices for
CA H, Viz.:
Bls. S. F. FLOUR. Do. MEAL,
Fine and Coarse
Ditto Pilot BREAD PZss CORN
;:azs, OAT., .5 ald 3 Butshl.
Ditto BRAN Ditto ICE
Tubs EU'TTrER,- leans P.1APER
Dis. Seed tO. ..-r-,.NETS,
D.). Eating DO. Bls. APPLES
-s Po. t -.e eNM TE : ,.:. Xe:-. -
'.', ...,:. -, i!t'.! lii:r o P uld tv. ]. w il ,.. w ll
t(:*'di It '" East Enl ', C' .ery an.1 Provi-
siu. t,.: .re," f li-y will final as goo-:l qual-
i' i',*r Li: ower Priic.'s th:-m any Alse in the
i-Lti'itn), Nov .em bo- 'e1.1, 1'852.--t. I.*


TI'e Undersigned
ZaIvin jidst A1rrive'1 yiv Schooner
ALT',," from Hailifan. N.;5.,
WVit n0 fw fin: F-irmu
E! :' "-'.: *.' ^ B -: i 'E-3- g--1^ m - t0

Oftf.-r thl_-ia for a!,..
Among t. HI:- a.- T'.\-.., BLOOD Horse.s,
viz., Miagn..ilia" an, Laly Dutfus,"
w ith p .,liiti:es.

I 1th De'-i-uib -r, I'"-2.

SlU R. BIri'lUmiria ('Omilotjtimir-i I

Haamilton, Dec. 9th. '.

'A ~ ~ ."i.C 'I L I
' -" w ri uly to. supply t ,e Trade with ull .1LIst arIriv-ed per .'. S. Orhioo,
I.i,,id oa An entire new Stock of

nt Prie, ms -verbere hi,'d of in. tevIn Is'nnmd,- m, Comprising Oolong, Congou, Japan, and
('i,.,-, i-s.. f .-tI .,, in i ,,,,,,., irat.., Rmixed Black and Green, putL up in
.: ii,, :., J -v.r .o i. nyv ,tlh r linn (ges mide l,' half pound t air tight tins.
, ure Stm-i,. Also, Prepared COFFEE in Tins.
<(in:iim',..-s I'r Chiist.nas Ti'ce., Fanc-v, Importer's and Jobber's Tea and 'Co'eo
; iled< <.rn'-Le.n ,.l. i, ir I.ii:u'-: v School ar-ld 'Com pany,
, O cr l'et as. .- ,,

D,'.ufeet ry t'm re.,r Hamilton.
Di-c.tmber 5. 1,','_,2 -4

Just the thiug iOr a Nice Hoii'day
Usei.l and Oriv'miental.
British Oak with Nic-el; "ilver Mountings:
8olid tmwi-S, Ice ePi~.;i,-rs. I-ce Piad. I'k
K Stanids, tiups andl 'Mu-s-. Biscuit ::,Xe i,
Castoit. ; Butter, Pickl- A& 'i'ariualadi. Dishes:
Salad Spoons, Fork A& Butter Knives, &c.
l(" Call at CHILD'S an.1 ea them.

.323 F. weil Steet, New York.
Reid Street, Hamilton.
eP Special Orders-promiptly attended 'to.
November 20, 1882.

Just Opened, .

FaW cy ArdNecesr Toys,
Birthday, Xmas aud New Year CARDS

... E. B. JOA/ES,
1iFlI) p'i'mT- Conir of Queen andR Beid Sts.
SN, Hamilton, Nov. 28, 182. .

,..T^ A Two Stov. DIwLLING, For Sale.
i'BJ ta OI-Io._t.TT: oIn rU ion :tre.:: iun i 0 i t
this Town, .ouvenientl) situated to Prospe.t ;. ',""'=, ," '' 'J
and nxt adjoiiuing the R. sid .nce of the late V,
Pusessioum iven on first of January. ith CAi-L' b rni 10th.1 5i ,'a tv. .
For further pai ti. ul.-s 1i.l.ais- apiy at the Apply to
I',"t ,,. TT'L. Ofi,- or' o r. I -'CANTEEN "PRESIDENT
.JOI1 T. S .2nd B.,t' l. I. titie-,
Devonshire. Proset Cu',
De.-:taber 9, 1.'2. )ecr..18 1 8. 'ab2. -


For H. M. Troops and
Navy, Bermudai.

TENDERS for supply ofl FRESH
MEAT f or the above Sevices forThre.-
(-:1.) Years; from 1st. March, I..i d.. will be re-
(-ived I by the :.nior Comnmissu;jat Officer at
Iluh-miltomi, Bermu'i, 'till Noon, o'n the
2nd January, 1883.'.
Forms of Tender and all information cap
lto obtained from the Senior COahfmida'rit
OIffic-r at Hamilton.
Attention is invited. to the new term of
' Contract whereby arrangements can 'be fiia p
t t m tiruinate the Contract in 'Eighteen Stonithi
or to mr:wry it .mn for' :3 years, eertaiin without
i option 0o1 terumii,.tion on either side.
I eTemners t, 1.,, in duplicate, marked on Eu.
,velpe Tender or- F &' Tm'Melt.'0"" "
I A.O.G.,'.
St.Onioir.Commissariat Offi'cer.
Commissariat Offic,
lHamilton, Btrtuida. -.
V-5th November, 1&S2.-5

HE Subscriber is prepared to
Deliver NAI'UR.I L I E lthitughim the
Winter Months arnd in future on -SMIILAR
T'i' .ud i l ii smie r m iin r as heretofore, and
t usts liy strict atLtertini i r id prompt deliveries to
seCi- l or hiiiiin e'f t a co, .liii u nce and incruase.of
t;u pau-orige bestiowead l t the above. Company.
.-. -lil-.a--t..m t .Lat. al limirs through the-day
j., i itm ji o unmm i i! -e *_iiir$-u i.. -.. _- ..
k srd.-rs left i tihe Ice !ouse, En-at broadwdy,
)r t t5h. fitfft'e ,ir' fl lu'M.- 'er,4iued, 4 1 & 4 -'i
r t .SteeI i-t, iil bie prmiilpt!y filled.
I W. T. J1d1iES,
Iiamilt.itr, December 16th, 15S2.

having Mlen convicted before us ,n the
4th day ot Dece.-mber instant of having'
through ignorance. negligence or carelessness
run th- S. Orinoc," Cap-tain Fti.SEl:,
Soroun,. when coming tt hii ough tl Narows
(:.-' St. George's on il.:. J:'tli day of Novvimber, wa- aiju.ldg-.1 I uot to e -unt.itled 'to any
I', to t, rf-iti-i th.: sum of Six Pounds,
neil to 'ave ihis Li.,-:nse suspendl:d. for four
ini'tbhs frout the said 4th day of December in-
Mayor of Haiillon,




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"' Inpasrifte aenatuis t C'hrits ."

X---..I........Christmas suggests voluminous thoughts which
Date. the pencils, pens and brushes of literary men and
1.?. -, *- S artists have striven to present in a measure in the
1 8.. t most attractive form for popular study. The won-
Dec. a Gineral Remarks. derful progress of modern Art apphances, has ena-
5 bled publishers to produce matter in a highly at-
s on iractive and durable form, and at a very reasonable
I cost. Christmas announcements have therefore
No a 1 W-! ~q, l ~r come into much popular favour and include some
S9 4M 65 69 9.-7'I0 ,0 -.qually of the most talented productions of the year. Nor
1 w !6.5Y, 55 ?J. ,'f)o']7 -qquiAlly does the popular appetite seem to grow less kten by
if sw 416( 54 9'2-94190.u Ffmne the annual accumulation, for with each succeeding
o w 3'162 d i-i'',0 - 'ine -Carioti'at the demaniud eems to go on inItelaing,
'24 w 5 t 64 99000 Fine, clonrdy and the cravings of the people for novelties-neiw
S769 67 29-70-00 Fine. hazy matter in attractive shape o' old material in more
-IOSEPi-friti PVrITN,.IH'r1,p.. emuellisheo fornas-do not appear in any way di-
-- ........ tmarnuiished with each returning Christmas tide. All
S this indicates an improved social condtumou, thE eox-
~~- -k* .4 7* QlI Q oth pending of a reasonable portion of popular earnings
." '*'" 5i''I on knowledge contained in many attractive shapes.
But CUtristmas literature has this superadded ad-
vantage over all other tifat it draws popular utteu-
S' C. ht'-C ber 27. 1882. tention to the connderation of lofty tuemes directly
: .; or indirectly, and thus exercises a most. salutary In-
*rim -aier we e thefluience on tile great majority.
.. ,. tiora. A we cdose t .4t'ty.fth Consiuorationsof KinIlyv feelings are mutually
:~ t'tooX.LL as.rsr ;anid we cannot, allow exchanged, and everything is done to throw round

.'J. Yo .,, jr o t opw wit h iout rendering our Christmau the happiest taougits that -:an tind ox-
t.. tpot and ,: .a.ntie publicuage et, lan, a r .*- pression in tio human heart. rhie is pre-eminently
,..d .o nd .:n, Ollageia rt, andat the same the case where English and customs have tak-
:,o,, ,ir ,: onapliments of the Sea. en root, so that, Christmas with all its attendant
S .. ... glories is regarded through Englisu spe,.tacles with
S-no ordinary farour. As the leadiig Christiau
t. ol',.udti erteary', Office, Power in the world, Eugland just entertains such
S,' noti,.mns of th magmitutle of Christmas. -lHer
r'' D-..'.loft.r, ,-iH. .hdildrven of to-day delight as all its ft-sti-
.1'* 2 ..i .LL,'G '. "JAv ;ANDO 'iies as did their parents, still children in mental
bas been phas 8'-d ,o i,',. rehlh if meni ;nd women in plhysii':al attainment,
Leut. dif. io UnlIw.i, .-at. Lancu, an, soau n in the revolution of the wheel f time,ue
*Sirc 't Met will Chrintnmas ,outinmue to be reverenuced, to be hadt
T in honour as a season of mirth, particularly for the
-o Dba ADLoK-s.i-,Ar A %o :.'3Ij'ATiE l En'RE-. young, never to be forgotten. Why this hilarity ?
TAItY to his vx"ell-aec, f'u Liuietiant, W. 0 '. he question sieenm superfluous in this progressive
Hutaly .i.E. re-e.ied. l enulghtened age. The putting of it however will
iy Lii, -,Js- :-li--..,'i i..a-uan., evolve a few thought i which mity tend to enhance
Sthe value of ;hris.utats, and to cxlhibit old ideas,
'E 11.> 'i O 1 YLE, p-erliaps, in ahireas ma.lre gorgeously uniposimg than
..........___ . co ifti nave i oehn suppit. ed.
CLSrI'uOAil UiU.a-HAMlLTj' \W't question ,if it il at all pos-ible for any one to
AratliDn. produce to tle worito.i to day an c.ait pI,.'ture of
Deemher 22--Brigt T. i. A. Pitt ,Hodlis na tte world "m its social condition immediately pre-
polis, N.S.; 000) beas ot. s tb bi n ouis, Aul. ceding time ihritian e-ril, Sc, dimt uit is it in owur
oh, h.pottoe., tfeet, arn utoe, ,uu and *V,0o l present experou--esof ltue, atmel,..orated by s-ieuitiic:
bandiesbox saoo',tb to u. tnioe.rt' disc.,veries and temp redL by hri-tlaiu Zal and
bn s box hoo; to i'. charity, to picture Lumain msAery aua degradation,
CLEAInID. ctuleiltuent on the altint of time t lnu\vldge of .Gois,
December 21-Mail Steamer Orinoo, Fraser, New and a u.,u-acquaintaun'e with scieuce, iu such a lghit
York. that it .juiid readily be understood, and yet hauw-
22-steamer Delta, Crowell, Halifax. ever inipeilect suc-h a picture ,must necessarily be,
CUSTOM HOU.E-ST. GEORGE. there ii none that can prove umoie intensely intertmt-
AIM'IERE-D. kug, because it munt exhibit in striking itetlif the
Deenimbcr 22--R.M. steamer Alpha, Crowell, Hah- innnu.uaraolu snptImornity of the Christian ot-r tall
fiax; .Englis haial of thie ;t instant and mler- oth-r religious systelis. lo disemtody ourselves,
ohandisi.-Agent, J. Al. Hayward. s)O to speaa, from our present order of tlhiu;s, aud
SBrIgt. Kathddmi, Duilge, BaLgor, alin ; in dis- to u"agrie ours.clv.o nauchured in a region u tvi1.
treas-Agents, J. T. Darrell ,c Co. past, when a hlivig reality, we shall be able in a
LEARED. neaotue to .el ti.t hiiuntu 1pro-greiss has wioriied
December 22-R.f.bttatrmcr Alpha, Crowell, Ja- marvels for our rac., and L ti thakprogress has
maica; Mails and ussturted cargl been chiefly accelerated by Christianity, iand that
; Mssr rthe more Chrnsian principles have been und.:t-itood
In i eaBeas and acted on, the more marked hins been the rate
In the foyal Mail Steamuer AlptA on Thursday of progre.s. When we are disposed to quarrel
last cum riaifax, Mrs. Gallwe Miss ey, wih our age, ana to recall as a desirable solace the
Miss N. Uallwey, Mtos Galtwey, Lieut. fl. good ola tlueas it will not be amLnis to school our-
Uaiiwey, Lhast Lancashire Lfgieuonl,- A_.ra. L....n.- -s --rernar r th ougtilsa and -to Juduce
migr,_fptn_. stand Mrs. Ltimmminger, Miss A. more correct conclusions than by thus living in
Lie, Mrs. hichardson, Major Gutblli, .ti...., and mental enjoyment of goneoe days.
Mrs. 3Cuboil, child and nurse, Dy. A. C. General Men had been searching out for truth, and philo-
btoneman and, Mrs. S*Jtonewaau, Mr. I"arquhtbaron, sophy in vain attempted to satisfy the more intelli-
ir. J. .aynur.- or Jamaia, lMr. J. J. 1rtciure. oent cravings of mankind for increased light ou
-2d Cabin, r. W. Long, aud 6 servants of ars* heavenly topics. At times a higher toned morality
Otiwey.-.'or Trkl Island, Judge Rae. prevailed tian we might have expected, but the
la the Mail Steamer orwmoco on Tiursday last survey of the great picture of the human race is a
for INew York :-Air. andi Mirs. Edmund Ward, dark one, with but a few fmlnnt gleams of light
Captain and Mrs. 6tartl ahd Alater Stahl, Miss L. leit to shew tiat for disease there was a ,aomuitg
iutitnger, Mi.Iss-. J. C. Lurtitti, Win'u. Abuott, D. remedy. %Whern the Roij-an Empire had attained
hM. i.htit'tlz, J. W. SUIan, .1ntraew Laniberton, J. itn Jtigunet development, wliien mnilitaiy victory,
J. umanier, WV. M. -rialtoeae, .3. lwicneil, Captainu followed by civic adrnniatrathon, JWad t brought tu-
Teruufort. ",id .abinf :--iJuehn JJea'lva, .Dora gether a strong compact power out of niany cou-
tdraLa, Lid. Miller, L. Doing. ,te.r'agm :-i'. Acting nationahties, when Augustus held ite sov-
'lt'edii, J. f orter, a seamei ex P'tru,. aniginty at Rome and Roman Civihzation was
AumL. itStle. AaLaia, Captiain Dodge, from Ban. at 1ts highest, when the Jews the .tnte'sd /'pled
go., iL.hatIu, oiud 0to -hAttInctorn, b. U., lat with wa'e looting for a dclivercr in the shape of a 1.oyal
onLbr ., L,,J, applts tand pjlatous, iarlvetld it St. Pruce to redoem Israel Iroin tihe l toman ycte,
ic.. a Ids. i1_CatLts, i nL dis,0'o$; daijng lost top- then tie world is startled .yi an announcenieut trom
.ai.tiit AstaL, ji-O'uvnl, Apii, ei.tis anU outierwise Judea that in Bethleihem had been born the Chriet.
Wuikolu.-AgetJ, J. i' .airtea t& Co. mThe Angel of the Lord proclaimed thlie glad tidings
L a. ,i.J.& lX l a LLA.' -Our readers will to the shepherds as they tended their flocks on the
to .e that t. e--ur ro er plains o BI.thlehem, and in couttre they as-
,,. 1 0.eU!Uthat t-10eai t crowof time aLote c ended to the spot of the Natuity, where they
..:Autt'aLMA -t i, wre in'rck tt whieu m so teey found the young crild and his mother as it had
'-Li....t, -., nL Ib.%,,i, not ul three web s beun told unto them. Theu ttie Star in tho Last M.inac Oc Uato, *s edt, &a noiwe1dr 1yrA the drew teho Magi to Bethlehim tatnding over where
A.c.O'V-r o ,.tt.iom t, : t he young child was, the wise moaen doing Royal
.1.H ( cn tgse' built at Kenuebunk, Homage before a child introduced to life under
A Ve., 1tune 1-, trmgebuino l as the vrmadauk astornahing humility.
Mei .e, .ot, ilew elj ri Novem r as the Armada), The facts of Christmas are few, but none the less
rInemen, a ,s oen rndornt at, j ea1; all hnds deeply alfeeting. Can we explain them, can we
alVen-. ,iblt tilthe clew 'lule landed a Lib ion a-ssign any reason for them r They are as ditlicult,
on Deemcr 6 t te y batU laute S tu LAbgeo of comprehension as our own existence or destiny.
ota, mr Lw h -Monte Srn Augelo Their truth is well attested, and, if inuclied to be
(otai, froni i pew joroa. ler uargo conu sted skeptical, we nmay find any waverings ov'r,..ome
oi. 1ll-d4 ools reinea peirbesa. t'y tri-n irresistable fact that the whole Chnrstunas
4ih ihne aru anmomie, 1.uoouer Yacht l.a Gi/ana Story is one which no human fable could have
Air. i'm. .. Wird, ot anIti iomn uoston which derned, and that the whole progress of Christian-
place slheliet-on 'uestay last arn-.e, at t. t-enorg-s ity extubits nothing in keeping with, any humanly
on toe ".c tha t., exptteiieuela very rough add devised inventions. We discover a genuineness in
stormy pwa.-ge ts on a .rnibale to tue ti -St .1if'ites Christmas and Christiawty from internal evidence
and watl, the arrival 0i (I,,t...(,, strengtmhenedt by the course of the external world.
'he Comniaunier, Lt.tueuntell and Navigatmar, It'as a new Creation whi,.h Christmas proclaimedd.
Lieut. J. iill, o hAl.A... 7.rn,.c have tmeen .ia- If thle Creator proclaimed the work of fliei hands
missed the service for losing that ttup in Septem- 7o5l, the Augei ot the Lord announced in the Nia-
ber last on the coast oi flnu.e .t.uwaid iainsud. tinty, '" Good \W'ill towards Aren." The Augus-
Both these, officers were severely rep. nuanneim by tuim Age was thIe granLdust in -coman Aunnals, littr-
he Court before sentence was pronounced, nature and arts exceeding in a season of digutified
[he Steamrer C',.mu encountered a hurricane on repose which had followed on great national awak-
her recent v,"yage trom Haliax to St. Johns, New- enirgs. But what event in the reign of A,,ugustus
foubdiand; lost ner deck load and was considerably was of mnore importan':e t.o the hum.,n fanuly than
damaged.-s-evere gale at Newfoundland on 13th the birth of Chritt in the lowly mauger of Bethle-
and unproecedeatea high tide on 14th ; the latter hem ? Was not the birth of Christ the grandest
causing much damage to the railway along the outcome of the Auguhtan age, was it not for all
shore oti Ctonception Bay. mankind the most intensely important product of
= ----an age rich in general benefits '
Ml forn 17We need not the great zeal of the good andl
Mails ford gland, United Stales, Domini- pious scholar $t. Jerome, who spent loug y)e<-rs in
on of Canada aind ewfoundland, per Steamer prayers and study somewhere near the spot wiittere
Belt., closu at the Poat Office, lHaumilton, at P the Nativity took place, now the Crypt of the
o'clock and St. Georges at 11 oclock this (Wednes- Church of the Nativity at Bethlehemi, everlo king'
day) morning. am we may believe the Shepherd's Field. To riso
-- i to the importance of Christmas, and to take to our-
'rT The Report cf the Garrison Rifle Match at selves all tIhe comfort which it must bring us, we
Warwick on the 13th inst. and three following need not retire from the world and its occupations
days, with other articles, although ia type, wo are to enjoy to the utmost all the sulbstantial benefits
obliged to defer to our next issue for want of Me- of the Christmas news like the devoted St. Jerome,

cnanical assistance. but in the world we can act our part with all the
i greater ease, having our understandings enlighten-
The Atlas line of Mail Steamers, New York, ed by the beneficence ushered in with Christmas.
announce grand excursions to the favorite winter Christ hath made us free, free from the tranmmrels
resorts of Jamaica, Hayti, Porto Rico, Isthmous of which held us in bondage to a slavery having no-
Panama, &c., at the low price of $5 per day (which thing in common with our life, which was daily
includes passage and board), giving the tourist the deteriorating the creature. Revelations of Gou
privilege of staying over at any port as long as he had through the ages been made to man, but in
bers fit, making the company's steamers their hotel. these last days Goib poke by his Son, that all the
This is a great inducement and no doubt will be world might be drawn and brought to a knowledge
taken advantage of by invalid or those who have of the truth.
the time to seek recreation during the winter. False religions sprang up to satisfy in some degree
the cravings of the human heart, evidencing the
.'*tLare quantities of lumber is beiAug whipped from need of a religion to iming man bIack to his fist
_th- various ports in Nova Scotia, to Kin ston, Ja- ,-tate, and the impossibility of man himself arriv-
miica ; the recent Fire at, th:,t lac creating a I ng at any true cuonclusoins, and many false reli-
bg- st, drmannd for that article. gions still exist in the world. A contrast of

Gibb's Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between thilia
17th and 24th l)nember 1982: height above
the sea hleing 246 feet at base, where the Re-
mtir eris kant

rode, or of assassins clothes or whereabouts. Thoi
money to be paid on corroboration of the inform.
alion given by that. prison to the auhlori.ies, e-ven
though no pei son be convicted. desiring
to tender infOurnmation under rhu proclumatioin otter-
ing .300 reward, can communicate with the police
anonymously, and will receive an answer by adver-
tisement. It is cuosidered biguificant that the
proclamations, although issued only last night, are
dated November 1tb,.
LoNnox, Dec. 18.-The 7Times Dublin corres.
pondent telegraphs that the police there believe
they have collected sufficient evidence to prove the
Phoenix Park murders against the prisoners now
in custody on suspicion of being concerned in thli
7'eitgate deni;ss hs j:/rtni stutlement.-Westgate
now flatly denies that he ever made a confession
implicating himself in the Phceuit Park murde'li,
or that he knows anything whatever about the

The Church of England in the i17lI

' conformity to the discipline of the Church of

Christianity and Paganism ought to convince any
one in doubt that the former stands on the high
emrinence of truth, while the litter exhibits grvteil-
ing appetites and desires. If (-hristtaiit)y it'Lt,
has not always accomphshed what it e says, it Li-
not from any inherent defect but, from human in-
sufficieu.y. In periods where the true spirit of
Christianity has prevailed we invariably discover a
more contented and a more progressive people.
When the Christma. story is brought home to the
individual man, fresh impulses move him and his
old nature becomes renewed in the new life to
which he in called. He gives GOD thanks that the
Augustan age pioducid such an inentunable bleos-
ing for mieu as the Birth of Christ, and Christnuri
hai- to himt a splendid brilliancy. It is the dawn
of a Lrilght.r day for uita, uow that Light i,
come into the world, and that men cau gaze on it
and direct their steps under its brightness. In
Carintmas we see the first. step towards the direLt
e-mancipationa of our race from all the chains which
held it in vile bondage, and with joy we hail the
uay. Paradise Lust now henceforth is Paradise to
no re-gamed.
Winat wonder then that Christmas should be a
s.eaeou of Eneral rojoicmg among C'hristian people:
voing beyond a strictly rehigous festival it has
a ro U to be a dumemtce, a veiy health ltstival when
all that cn cheer and elevate is brought into play
ad all n Use made to feel that thi tiatugs, willcil rung, are gla-i indeed. Jtuis sOi'ml
elemueut iu UL:h isiiins wI cannot, overvalue because
it mater ily tends to assist the higher realization.
of tao great ChrLsatma stoLy, whmou leaves hle veor
invitingly ope-u for the inquirer to peruse.
Good old .nghlhh cubntomu hee and will till sur-
vive. Lhey trow round Chrisintma much that is
eunubling, uand much that. tends to a niore correct;
appreciation of its tlintily ieli-ioun character.
Let them live both in the letter and in the true
spirit, and let Chritmaias oe adonied with them in
tiill. It is liiaet to ma;iMe merry nud be glad. Let
thie music of the LlCiUnito.itIios c,trui u u iasited >far, let
tho choice t daintios be brouglit Lorrtard, iand let
cunning haudi and bright sjpltir twine into grace-
ful lrrmas what dfo.vti-i aniU tirutll grace the
fi-stAl hour. Let the weary llis.urer breathe his
Luliu.aiy and With double zest relit. led in body anud
yet unIle i nund by the tinumiphs which the L.Uribt-
ias le.-'tval proclaints. Lci LLe o01qy :man of cap-
ital dissociate inin.iei from iI a i.uxiouti care, and
join hands with the inenr oft Iisur- mt.sitng stiltmure
ait leil'irc, and together tet thim sci joi.e in the vin -
tories ot tlhri.tuhaa the geim o elhe Auguaii..u ageo.
Let the tile honouiaed tales s-leaki \tih nLew anud
persu.Bive tuugui I tho ie multitude that tticy mnay
be raiNed to the caigntty of thte ,e.smou ol Lhilstniias
worthy of the' libnies-t reg-ard. Let iiie rich aund
pour Emiect t,. si.iltr in coMnion ground, and with
unitedd let thei.m raise their songs of
Victory at liteved, ut hope atPuircs.. Let i.'hristraus
linm together all clamse- in one cvnunon bond, and,
IiL tlie C'hrlsitma,. Anthemin rise us a utivrc-rsal exulta-
.i.l. Unr song is one of iriaunph, kt the earta be
glad, rejoice, rejoice,. Jhovah ltili triumphed, Ilis
V'euple are tr.e IT
'liJauxtrci e simplicity of the C'hiitmda- story is
its greatest c''l, to the yoling it is fa'SLin'aaiijg
sI \wlil aS toich.ld, to th L niitie uag,.d It. Is ,-In
niore thrinsu ve-r ant.ii.tivit 3'1cy its iun,tte plaunI-':irs,
and to the oldit brumgs- back tine simple thoug-hts
cti early d.ay.i to shline in inceised bri'ghliiLnL s Ulil
strcngiih of tacultius r-c-in.l. This thiiougiIoutt our
CuLlie term a l .lit nxe 1i I.,i'~hieLtan news
of L hriatniias whote bi iditua rtays p:..ULZ,,iVnte many a
lark spot, and light up our nay throuttu luI, t: en-
-irchug gloomi. Christuan gives us couisl..;, iLt US
be glad. It is the ki-y note of oir hiatser ieloudy.
The, bjnignu milueaces u ChUri-tmuah s%u% lthemncc-lvcS
on thte aomeesEii hedaLe and radiato in all atlucntionr
leaving no tsput untouhend, no cla.-s or age. uI-
rea,-chud. itlh.ut luarilatnas we had not been
ith'1istnaU Therefore we exhibit our tklins b'f
juo a,..t gladnest.- tat we tlave a Christlias to ic-
joice in, and thatas L.u'istil.ius we tal due a in very
clted. Thu triumph of CLristianity is that Christ
was man als \Iell as GoD, and tDaLLi lhen Cinrit
triumphed in his imysteriotus agonies man also
triumphed, and that; being both man an4 d t.ol,
Christ's triumph over evil aud death wat thlirougbh-
ly complete. It is for the tneologian to instruct in
tinu rine delicacies or these truths, which we can but.
c:basually touch on, ann ouIy so tfar as to shade our
picture that we mlay throw out. in atllt bolder re-
Unet (te great, delineation.
In a general way it is frequently prutitablo to
consider these topics apart from their special bear-
ing, and to ponder tueia in onle grand rrlaltion.
I' u L'shriia-u astory is easily told and aamiui Im its-
muau t little variations, but ls luunLy out[gL'oith
would nil volumes, t'o eunertain a few Llhrist3LLa
I hougnt-, in a general way mutii tend towards a
more nleral and expansive view of the gieat scheme
u n idemnipion, wanc: is not ottun thoughton iu iits
true greau~ies. A suirvV-y oU the world before and
after L'ariet exhilit t weo pictures largely ouutrast-
ed. Th.'rc is aon oIUnd.aIcLe of i.nUtciCionI inu their
study which will tend to show the superiurity of
the age in whuch our lot hus been, an age whiih
has extnioited a provT,:alnou and a deielsopment
imnicassurably in advance of any preceding rrj'.
Before the ~nu of Lhristimas Uay burst un their
world a murkiiess prevailed in tne raoral atm.n,-
sphere, the ways were dun,aund lile wae Lett of its
uiany amenities. Since the auwn u f the first C'hrirt-
ma- day lite has n\oru a najpplr aspect, its relaiouna
have been phlacedou the of mutual security,
and this general confidence h:as oe-nu nit thI. tundld.-
tion ot all the progrnns wni.ii inal happene-d .I
those country's where tue true spirit oi L.hristmuHts
inna taken root we observe ia liie i-ar1ie"d popular
:ountentient and all tule bili.s s wimtubh iouw out.
M1 such a settled condition ot things. Let trie
thoughts of C'thritman ie.d us to a hgh,:.r realiza-
liou o its mighty purpo-e, tna le ;.a.n thle literary
and artistic ilustration of it only teund to a keiieer
appetite for tall its enjo.yments, p'oci.iniiulg in ii
hiospitatble regions eveu rue Unin'tnmais btoi'y of

La,-'J Rerw.''d' O/;',, d for I, ru','ry i th.f A.sasu sve
DUBLIN, Dec. 17.-Earl Speucer, Lord Lieuten.-
ant, issued three new proclamations late last evelz.-
ing, otleringrewards for information relative to the
Priceuix Park murders, ,,amely :-.;5,000 for iu-
formaiion leading to the conviction of the asesassins,
the authorities promising to iusure that the names
of informants will not be divulged. 10,000 to
any acc'ormplice in the crime, not the actual murder-
er, who wilt give information leading to the convic-
tion of thea ,tual murderer or accomplice, aud .mW
for iuformatin leading to the identilicationofauy
iacomil'ice. or of the car en which the assassins

As to the connexion ot the Bermuda Church dur-
ing this period we have already quoted the deelar- PAGEr PARISH :-The Worshipful Alexander J-
ation of Mr. Moore and the tirst settles in August Frith, Returning Officer. Poll opened at 11 a.m.
1612, and the assertion of the Bermuda Company on Wednesday the 20th and closed at 4 p.m. same
in Iti.3D in a formal vindication ot their action that day.
they had always taken care to have the discipline t. S. Ingham ...... 56 0. T. Middleton .... 39
"in the Church of England used in the Islands, S. B. Gray ........ 51 A. J. Hodsdon..... 37
"and in prosecution thereof have sent over divers C. G. Gosling ....... 45 D. Trinmingham .... 13
"books of houilies to be read there, and Books of Messrs. Inghamn, Gray, Gosling* and Middleton*
"Common Prayer, which are daily used in their were declared elected.
"several Churches. *1 Neither do the
" Company know of any practice ueed either to DEVONSHIRE PARIs :-The Worshipful Morris
" weed out conformable, or to furnish the Island .1. h, Returning Officer. Poll opened at
with unconformable, ministers, but contratily, in 11 a.m. of VWednesday the 20th and closed at I p.m.
' the choice of the ministers stent into the Island, a of same day,
"priun:ipal inquiry of the Company is after their T. N. Dill.40 tli
_ T. :N. Dill ........ 40 Hy. Jas. Watlington 32
1) Von Rauke's History of England, I., 375. P. J. P. Darrell .... 33 I1N. Ve.oey ......... 2*
) 1 33. (3) Ib. 4- yne .......... 33 1 H. Jones ...... 22
4) GUarilnerPersonalGovernmentof(barles.,p.20. Messrs. Darrell, pill, Tyses andi Watlington* Garduer, I., 36. (6) Von Rank, II., t3. were declared locte4.

When the first settlers inu Bermud:i, undrr Rich. U ,.,at i, tr quIt-itoa I t sumce at present it
1,1 Swto erqiad the iorand t uury p tin t ia
ard Moore, Deputy Govern,:.r of these Island,. uu- -11_ we tind the ti-and Jury presenting William
der the Bermuda Company, the undertakers for Pollard, gent, for that. he hath c,.utrary to reh.
the plantation of the Somers Islands," in 1612, giu and the. dhcipline of the Church of England
within three weeks after their arrival in there Is- ", refused or neglected to receive the Holy Commu-
lands, among other things faithfully r.romised au union ever since he came into the land last. which
did .olemnly bind themselves-" ever to continue in i i about tw- years .ince.
" that faith into the which they were. baptized in tho in brief, ve have here abundant proof that from
" Church of England" they could httle have alti- 1612 to 1639, aud evcral years later, the Church of
cipated the far-reach-ing consequences of what to Englaud was episcopal, and, moreover, that in 1612,
them no doubt was nothing n, or less than a na-- ll i, and1 lo the early memorials shew that the
tiural and simple avow al tt their uwa pious senti- Church of England was treated and accepted as the
m:nts. To us the signifi.:ance ..f the fast is far dif- 'hur'h of Bermuda. Whateveramountof Puritan-
fereut. The declaration standsas an utniimpeI:habl.le iml or Non.conformity may have existed in either
und imperishablle memorial of thb; fact that the first, or both Churches they were identified in discipline
Church established in these Islands was the Chur,-h and tncluestionably wereepiscopal in constitution.
of England. That is to say, the Church of England being epis-
To eviscerate this unquestionable proof of that copal, and the little Church in Bermuda professing
fact of its true significance some one has been hold tomformity and identity with that Church, it is bo-
enough to assert, that the Church of England re- yond doubt or question that the latter was episcopal
ferried to in the Articles which Master Moore "'pro- too.
pounded to the Company that were there with him It is very necessary for those who follow this di5-
in his house to be subscribed unto," and which they cushion, and take interest in the issues involved, to
did subscribe unto, on the 2nd August 1612, was distinguish clearly between the early and the latter
uot In fact an Episcopal Church. part of the 17th century. In 1645, as we have
The writer who has made this unfounded state- shewu, Episcopacy woa abolished in England. No
mrcnt either supposes himself, or would lead others Church was established in that country fiom that
to suppose, that the Church of England from 1612 time until 1647, when Presbyterianism was estab-
to 16;J was a Puritan Church, and therefore not hhlit':d, but at present we restrict our evidences to
Episcopalian. There is no person ordinarily well the period iom a 1612 to 1639. How it fared with
read in the .History of England who is not aware our Island Church later on in the century must be
that the Puritans and Non-Conformists originally told in another paper.
were not a sect or church distinct from the Episco-
pal Church, but simply a party in that Churc:h, in
precisely the same manner as the Evangelical party General Eleclioin of 1882.
of Lecil and Simeon was a section of that Church
some fifty years ago. That there were Puritans in The results of the General Election have derang-
the reign of Elizabeth and her two successors, and ed many calculations and tahified many forecasts.
that the Puritan party wab gaining strength all In the first, place we miss irom the new House no
through those reigns until finally the Civil War fewer than 12 of our late Representatives, of whom
broke out, and that in 1645, on the day when Arch- sonic few, after good and faithful se vice, have re-
bishop Laud was executed, Episcopacy was abol- tired, carrying with them the respect and confidence
ished, and in the following year Presby3terianisim of their colleagues and constituents, whilst others
was established by the victorious Parliament, are have been reje.:ted, or put aside for KRprosoentatives
imiong the most familiar facts of English History. nimre in harmony with the feelings and principles
James I. ascended the English throne in h1ol3, of the people. Of course a like nunimbrr, not reck-
lhaving flhre years before succeeded in ostablish4u ornng the possible issue of the tie" in Smiths
Episcopacy in Sc.otland, which he esteemed a great Parish, of new nitmmbers will take their places.
triumtph Ii). On the King's arrival in Englaud This represents a change of a full thirdof the mem-.
thuo. of the Clergy of the English Churdi who bers of the House of Assembly, a result without
leaned to the Scottish system, or the puritanical precedent, as far as our recollection extends, in any
party, entertained hopes of being to somo extent pa"t .Election.
emanucip.ited from the yoke of Episcopacy which Tlhs influiou of new blood into the House of
they found burdensome. While he wason his way Assembly cannot be otherwise than beneficial to
to Londou an address signed by S0Ui of the Clergy the Colony. It is in itself no small matter to bring
of the English Church was pioeented to the King, new minds in so large a proportion to bear on the
praying hint to lighten the rigours of the Epis,.opa. pubho questions which must from time to time
lian jurisdiction. But," says a modern historian, come unaer the consideration of the Legislature.
** the teudencies which the King bought with him But the result of the recent Election bears an.
out of -icotlandran in an altog-the-rdiffereut direct. other aspect not less important. It is an emphatic
tion. He had frequently been atironted by the protest on the part of the Constituencies against
Presbyterians; he hated their system, for in his that rash aggression on the most honored institu-
opinion cquahty in the Church necessarily led to tionsof the Colony, which has lately been commenc-
"equality in the State. His intention was rather ed among us. It bhews that the people are not as
by degrees to develop further on the English model stolid, or as initiferent to the movements of the
those bginninugs of Epis-copacy which he had in- Legislature, as some would have us believe. We
i" troduced into Scotland." trust that the ultimate result will be to settle on. a
"In December, ltti3, he convened, as the Puri- hin1 alid las-ling biasi the inmportnt issues win.-h
"tat, wishe l, an of the Chur, h at nave recently been agitating tine community. It
i-linmptou Court, to whinhli h,. also invited the is elear nuw, at all c-venui, that the people of B-r-
leading men among the opponents of uniformity ; .nda see no occumiun or cail for the change which
but lie opened the c.uliern,:ce at ouce with a have been so loudly advocated by a comparatively to Almighity Go) for bringing him mall party. We said last week that they felt the
"into the promris.d land where religion was purely pressutie of no political, we may now confidently
pioltfed. *" He decla-red that the add that they feel the pressure of no ecclesiastical,
"governnmcnt of the English Chur-h had been ap- grievance. They have no wish or intention to break
proved sby manilold bleasings from GODn himself with the traditions of the past. -Exercising their
11 ? Every hlmitation of episcopal an- own common sense on the topics which have been
** thority he entirely refuted to discuss." u says rfoced on their notice, they deliberately refuse to
th.- historian Von Ranke.2.) s accept innovations which they see must lead to
The Church of England was as much episcopal greater evils than they cancure. *They be-
in 16l.' as it was ii 16u.', at the time of ,James's Lulie that they know, better thunthose who have lit.
ac,-ession, aud so it continued until 1645. In 1611 tie knowledge of, andlesssympathy with the wants
the King had brought the system of the Church of the community, what bet, suits theirowneircum-
'.-f Scotland nearer to the English model. The stances. Above all they are determined to hand
bishops in that country [Scotland] had even re- down to their posterity in all their integrity the in-
"eeived their consecration from t,,e English. But stitutioUswhich they themselves have inihentedfrnom
li had not effected this without violent acts of ;heir ancestors.
ntuirpation." (3 ) With all this there is every reason to believe that
It i. evident from this that in 1614 not only the the new .HLuse will be ready to accept all well-con-
Church of England but the Church of Scotland it. sidered schemes of reform, and uone who know tho
.Alf wasepiscopaliauindisciplhne. Our reader.- may wants of the Colony can doubt that there is ample
judge how far it is true that the Church of Eng- secpe in this direction for all its energies and indus-
land was not an episcopal Church at that date. try
But let us go a little further.
In March 1625 King James I. died, professing
on his death bed the same views he had contended PEMBinRlOE PAmisu :-The Worshipful R. J. P.
for lrmrnrly, and, receiving the sacrament of the Darrell, Returning Officer. Poll opened at 11 a.m.
Lord's Supper according to the rites of the Church on Monday the 15th and closed at 4 p.m. of same
of England. day.
In March 1625 Charles I. ascended the throne, Votes. Votes.
and in 1627 the House of Commons presented a T. F. J. Tucker.....1 1 A. M. Oudney ...... 62
Remonstrance to tile King complaining bitterly of C. C. Keane ........106 J. Harnett.......... 60
Laud, and demanding the suppression of Arminian- S. A. Masters ...... 13 B. E. Dickinson .... 55
istn In the Church. (4.) W.H.T. Joell...... 67
Was this Church which was alleged to be in- Messrs. Tucker, Koane, Masters and Joell' were
fecttd with Armnninianism in 1627 an Episcopal or a declared elected.
Presbyterian Church?
Let the King answer. In 16298 he caused a new SANDYTs PARISH :-The Worshipful John Fowle,
edition of the Arti-les of the Church of Eugland Retuining Otficer. Poll opened at 11 a.m. on
to be issued to which he prefixed a declaration Monday the 18th and closed at 3 p.m. of same
which every minister was required to read on day.
entering on a new curo. This declaration purport- Hun W. Youn 32
ed to be made upon the advice of so many of M. Hunt. Gilb..... .. 70J. G. Robinon ....... 32
"our bishops as might be conveniently be called H.H.. U 03B J. Robinson .... 3
together." It declared that the Articles ot J.F. Brros....... 4 Joh Makey........ 3
the Chulch of England which have been allowed Ed. Crawley ......... 33 1'. D. Midddleton... 21
"and authorized heretofore aud which our clergy Messrs. Hunt*, Gilbert, Burrows and Crawley,5
generally have subscribed unto do contain the were declared elected.
irue doctrines of the Church of England."
It further declared that "out of our princely SOUrttrn'rou Panisa :-The 'Worshipful John
"a:-ire that the Churchmnen may do the work which Fowle, Returning Officer. Poll opened at 11 a.m.
is proper unto them, the bishops and clergy frium of Tuesday the 19th and closed at 4 p.m. of same
time to time in convocation upon their htunble day.
"desire shall have hcenuse to de. Hill ......... 47 W. 0. F. Basoome.. 2?
liberate of, and to do, all such things, as being M. Cooper ...... 43 8. A. Smith ........ 22
made plam by them, and assented to by us, shall IV. S. Masters...... 33 R. D. Fraser ...... 22
"concern the settled continuance of the doctrine s. C. Bell......... 36 G. O. Whitney ... 19
"and discipline of the (Church of England now os- esrs. Hi', Coo Masters and Be d-
"tablished." (5.) essrs. Hill*, ooper, Masters and Bll werede-
Of the same King another historian (6) says, under ared elected,
the year 1637, "on one matter Charles would
"have been glad to hear the expression of the WAIWICK PARiss :-The Worshpful Thomas N.
the Pope a sentiments, namely, on the divide Dill, Returning Officer. Poll opened at 11 a.m. of
*right, of bishops, on the assumption of which the Tuesday the Pith and closed at 4 p.m. of same
constitutionn of the English Church and the ec- day.
clesiastical policy of the English Kings mainly W. H. Hughes..... 60 R. Kempe.......... 34
rested. But that was a very serious question for W. J. F. Frith...... 63 T. J. Lightbourn ... 31
the Pope, who wished neither to outrage the con- T. J. Wadaon ...... 59 A. J. Frith ....... 21
viv.-tions of the King, nor to lead the Catholie N. A. Cooper ...... 40
bishops to renew their former claims." Yet this -
Church of England, we are told, from 1612 to Messrs. Hughes, Fritb,Wadson and Cooper" were
1630, was not an Episcopal Church. cleared leced


HAMILTON PAnSH :-The Wor-hipful W. H
Wi'kinson, Returning Oficer. Poll opened at I
a.m. of \'Vednesday the 20th and closed at 4 p.m.
of sarne day.
J. S. Darrell ..... 5' T. W. Mercerr...... 21
T. A. Oizterbri iga .. 5a W. U. Norih ...... l'
Outerlridge .. 67 F. K. Outerbridge .. 1.3
Jabez Outerbridge 4b
Messrs. Darreil. T. A. Out-rlrndge, S. C. Ou-
terbridge, and Jabez Outerbridget were declared
Suirn'H PA.rn:-The Worshipful C. G. Gosling,
RtLtuninug 01ficer. Poll opened at 11 a.mi. oaf
Tuesday the 1oth and closed at 4 p.m. of Same day.
J. W. Pearman .... 24 J. N. Smith ....... 1;
C. Peniston ........ 21. E. -. Z ill ......... i6
T. H. Outerlbridge.. 20 W. R. Peiiatou .... 14
N. J. Darrell....... 17 A. Outerbridge .... 12
Messrs. Pearman,Penistun and Outerlridge' were
declared elected. Darrell and arnith lihang an
equal number of votes. 'Tulm tio can only be de-
cided by the House uf A\ssenmbly at its niee.Lg.
ST. CGoeoGES:-The Worshipful W. 'T. Ruberts,
Returning Otficer. Poll opened at II a.m. of Tues-
day the li-th and closed at, 4 p.m. of name day.
T. W. Kelly ........ 61 W. H. Wilkiunon .. 41
R. J. Tucker ....... I dS. P. Richarason.... 43
J. i. Hayward .... 5.) j V. C. Hylhau...... a8
MeAsrs. Kelly, tIcker, Hayward and WilKinona
were declared elected.
New Members.
The Royal Mail tLeamer Alpha, Captain Crowell,
with thije Enli.l5 Mail oa the It' instantUL atived at
St. Geurges early on Fridayu muauing after a very
quick and pleasanti uu, not having tlt Untlaes, tax
1-45 of tuo morning of th IotAi haiiung beeu
detained till that tliln, thLe i U-ttltIC Sti:auer
Austrian" with the English Mail nut nauvwg
reached that placo till Monday nigut.
Weare indebted to Captain CroweLl and to the
Chief steward for Haiizax papers of the evening ot
the 18th.
LoNDoi, Dec. 17.-The chauges ia the Cabiunet
are now completed, and the lollowiun-uanied Altu-
islets took tou uoth bulure the Q
yesterday -L-rd tierby, as ;iecratttiy ui OLtaL tuo
the Colunies; Lord .Kluaoerley, oecreuary of Stute
for India; Loid HartiugLou, >be3etrry O1t L .Le ILr
War; kion. Hugh C. Linldeui, C'haicellor ot the
A lU4oa 'rer at a IA't.,-ue.'.-CoLo, Dece. 16.-Par-
nell, U Coauur and aexuao eritted here to-hiy
TIis evening a bauntuet was giVca k-arnell. XVhtLie
the toaUis were otied a aL Baiger proposed the
healLa ot the WueeIu ut the 1telgiLaiji. An attempt
wa.anjaue to eject, lhAL, wult.upoeau he La tl.-v' a icvL-,
ver. the iteapeu was wrtfeLbU lromI him and he
waS given into custody.
Ti"'lt Ul) q/ the Ju: trit -; ','i(
TIreemttiea.-iu.Ntiio.N, ^L-. 1c. -A Jettit iSIU. l
".t nry iia1.i" V.aI', rtCeaVe:d at the [iumou Ulit lost
eveulu, Ittreateninug that Wllau the Lh c tLoI\
daU a one or oluLe LaoucratInat utiect-, ur Osum,. uIijnce
large utnidiug, would be burnud i ,tuLioutAiIoua
fur itie eUecaLioo uot the tlhica inc in LUtway
yelserta. lot the inuiuder of itLe JouLe itauLly. l'ld
poli,.e lI aioluviuerime uomueeo have cujucequently
beeu doubled.
LONDON, Dec. 13.-Goeu. i"r Evelyn Vuod hua
started lur Egypt to taku Loimmand of h ihuedimV,'a
new army.
The ~Nuws' says betora Parliamuentu eas-
embles, Sir Charies DukJn wl prob.utiy euter the
Lne Standard's" ConUtuutmiupit. dispatch says
the mental depte--iun oL the .utaan is O1Uo;uLanU
woru apparent a.aily.
CONosrATUIoJELB, Duc. 1.. -]oedi.u.n proclamations
havu been sptea u Intuhe eireeL ul Lhia liy. avcf-
al peraoII nave beenu rrvSted in cUn.Ueclou" ta;te-
The "Telegraph'B" Paris correspondent says tho
expeution to Lauqumi sems dfiiuately abanuoued.
owing to PreAuzuu; Irevy siding wit tihe uppvLosin
party Iu the Catiuit.
GaL.way, Dcj. 1.3.-Pa'c.ick Joyce, ilyles Joyc,
and fPatmck Lasey convicted of participatioU i n toe
murder of thd ooyce laiitly aL ai,.tLramora, on tile
night of ithe 17l Augu were hianUgel in Jail rnere
at y o'clock this morning.
The weather was raw and cold. The pi ison inside
and outside was heavily guarded. tylcd Joyce pro-
tested iaa innocence to tLIu last.
PARis, Dec. 13.-A telegram lroan Rume tatLes
that the Clause arranging tiLe MlAud Viva Lndi Ue-
twetun itUSL 1U aLL teli atlcauU hIa bees rlgueUd.
The terms are very hatistfacory to tIOe later..

on .- ti, 2ath and 2ta instUaac, and lot of
January--see hr-t page of this i aLZiriL.
iatoUrt3mi or rSA I at the Odd-e'livow '
Hlall, Hkiamiltou, on "6'th and 27tn.
Yousi MEN'S HinaIMG INdrzruTe, 'owa Hall,
St. George'n, 2oth and "ith.
ENna'ra.vnauNrs in ad of the Bermuda JlVth-.
odist Episcopal church, at Udd-f'elloa ,'
- .--._ Hall, lHamiltun, on 2athi and rh Deenaitoer,
iflumatant, and on AMonday next, New lI'ar's
.. veaing.
is We are pleased to notice "hat the family of
our esteeed GJovernor ar-ived ,rom Eunglana \i
Halifax by the it. A. Steamer Alpia on tI'rday
It will be observed by au official nottice in ano-
ther column that His Excelenucy the Governor, has
appointed his men, Lieutenant 1i. L. Gallwey, .,ast
Lancashire .egt., to bto ns Aide-de-Camp and *
Private Secretary.

IDItD, on the morning of Tuesday the lith
inst. at Bailey's Bay, Hamilton Paaish, Mas. IsA- "
naLu.a D. &u, beliet of the late Engleabie Soon,
.Eaqr., J.P., aged o7 years and 11 months.
......, at Princetown, New Jeraey, on 12th De-
cember, AsmanB Srusns, S.T.D., in his 6uSh year.

Meyer's Cough Drops. ]

A SK for Meyer's Cough Drops.
Millions have been and millions will, yet
secured of Couglhs, Colds and -ore throats.
You try them, as they are Cheap and good. 1/6
per lb.
November 5, 1882,-3 nm.

( N FRIDAY last, 22nd instant,
The Bottom and Spring of a

Suitable Reward will be paid to the Finder
on leaving same at Royal Gazette" Office.
December 26, 1882.-once


l /,'.F V I IFV Somer-set,

THIS DAY, Wednesday,
27th Instant, at Noon,
B Y ., U Lu i N,
The Balance or Christmas GOOD., (rcmtailn-
ingu- unsold), comprising :
&(:., &c.
i. J. H J1El,
Hamilton. 27th December, l'bj2.

For Jenefit ol whom it -may con-

On ,iAcaialAA's _Waart,
in this 'own,

onThliursday next,
2 th instant,
At 12 o'clock, M.,

or less.)
'he -ame having been dlauaged by seawater
on board Am. Brgt. "" hAunadin, DODGE,, which l'easel put luto tiuls PoL tin
UltsLreas witle on a vuoIge troit J:tugor.
Ltaine, bound to Charicstui, ,_. C., aund ei-
conmiendLL- to be sold' as a:uovt.'
J. T. D.AiYtILL & CO.,L
JA6. A. CGu YE R-S,I
St. George's, Bermuda, Dec. i.6, 1"-.52.
Colonist" copy.

AU( ItioN.

On FItIuAi


2th Ilnstant, at NI.on,
I will Sell by Auction,
A BOUT o0 Baiicf ut SIelled
Garnet Planting

About 100 Bushels ot Heavy Black
0 -d 1' 1 ,
To Close Consignment.
Hamilton, 26th Deer., 18.32.

For ienaefit of all Concerned.

By Auction,



29lh instant,
At 11 o'clock, a.m.,
ISOAT. &c., &c.,
01 Brilusit Brigt..

9i Tons Register,
HIEt, lMaster,
Which Vessel put into tuis Port in distress, on
a voyage iroma Demerara boundU to tialUax,
N.:b., abandoned, and sold lor benefit of a..
The Vesel is Motalled, Copper-fastened,
and was thoroughly overnauled on 6lip in
Uarch last.
St. Georges, Deer. 26, 1882.

Hamilton Hotel.

Formerly of the Tremont. House
and St. James Hotel. BOSTON.



IF you want A Barrel of Good
S L- 0U V go to
It is the Best ,nd Cheapest in Bermuda.
Try it-you will never regret it.
Nos. 3, 5 and 7 Queen St.,
December 18, 1882.-1


A 3o V,
To deliver the Royal
newspaper through the Town of
on every Tuesday Morning.
"Royal Gaze te" Office,
Dec,- 26th, lts2.


For Sale By Auction,
On the Premises,
2,th liDtcuimbe)r, instant. at Noon,
Or, should that diay be unamavosrable. on the
follwiug *',rLNE'SD.k E ., at Noon,
Under a Power of :ale contained in a Mort-
The HOUSE and lot

of LAND,
at the Corner of (I church -treet and Burnaby
street in I-launilton, at present in the occupa-
ion ot Mr. JouN sIOoAN.
The lou-.e ia commodious and strongly
tuilt, having been erected by the owner oru
L own use. 'There is an exed ent IANIK,
with a lull supply of Water. 'it he Premises
nre very well anIuated either tor residence, or
for bunzuess, or for both combined. They may
be viewed with MAr. .-oGia zi permission.
Conditions of bale wi 1 be made known at
the Auction.
The purchase will have to be completed
within one month from the auction.
Title believed to be unexceptionable.
.- ti eoneuer
Ilamniltou, lt.:.h Decuaber, ISb2.-2 3p

For Sale by Auction,

The JOth Decemuber, instant, at noon,
Or 8houl'd that day be unfavorable on the fol-
lowing Vedm..aday at noon.
'fHREi2 BEligibie Lots of Land in
',omerset, nar the Luck-Up, and the
publicroad running to langrove Bay, namely :
1. A. i.>L immediately 60outh of
the Lock-Up, fronting on the road running to
Maiugrove day and containing about a.
.r. UI p.
2. A lot, tronti:ig4on the same
road, aind ieodsturing aboau (iL6 feet oil the
ALot li, ant. abotit i1O oln the o."oth.
3. A lot, Last of Lot No. 2, with
U COifiAGi; on it, measuring about "oDu feet
oUU the iNorth, anO.l about ',3,j on the .'outh.
Lots No. 2 an.l are li.otnled on the Nortlh
by ita rfuJ'. i i ri 'th'e miesuret.-uL ot
these Lois i-3 :pi.01ioxultte only and :.ubjcet to
future correction. 'hey will be staiied out,
for the purposLs of the s-ale.
1'he purcheli will hava to be completed
within oue month from the Auction. 'ihe con-
ditions of bale will be made known at the
Title believed to be unexceptionable.
Somerset, 16th December, 18.,2.-2 ;pg.

Uohlida resentst.

ALBUM '.-, FuAM 6, liYS, &c.,
At Rlidacei Pria.s.
Cauton FLANNE.-, FiNNEL.->,
PRINi'o, CUI'f.UNS., qUILl'.?, &c., &c.,
Mar e l A S,
Palmetto and Shell WOhK,
At Prices to suilt the times.
6, 7 & U Church St. West.
Hamilton, 26th Deer., lis2..-twice

JN the Town ot Hantltun, or be
teen the Lower Ferry and Rectory
Paget. on 9th Inhtant,
-i Gold Vi 2i 1' .4
The finder will be suitably rewarded by
leaving the saine at Royal Gazette" Otfico.
Deer. 20. l,.'.2.


We intend dispatching suitable
VES, ELS for LiERMUDA Sailing.
from i.ALILAX as follows :
-Rt Novr. il, 182. Decr. 3, 1882.
-. Jany. 6, 188.3. Feby. 1, 1\ .3.
March Jd, 183. April I, 1883.
If sutfcient in iucement offers will dispatch
Vessels a t'terwa rd.
All Goods carried at Low Rates of Freight,
and payable in Bermuda.
For further information apply to JOHN S.
DARRELL, Esq.. Agent at St. Georges, or
W. T. JA&IE-., Esq., Agent, at Haiml,'n,

J. B. NEILY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Nova Scotila.
October, I:S2.


,. 1A Chestnut

i6 hands high, and believed to be sound-sold
for no fa'ilt.
A rare bargain. Terms easy.
For particulars please applylat the Royal
Gazette" Office.
December 26, 18,2.


To the Electors of Penmbroke.
Ge,nllt-Ien ,
I take this mode of thanking you for the
honor you have don,, me in re-electing me as
ou:m, o your Repreentatives and I hope to
justify your confidence. It is a trust of much
iniportatice and one which cannot be valued
too highly. I object to special pledges, but
you :tym always rely upou my en l.-avours t
uphold the 'Iights and privile2,.s'." of the
l&,presentative Branch ;and to ro'iote your
inte.-est and thai. of the general Public to the
best, ot my ability.
Elamilton, Dec. 23rd, I '2A.-once pd


COMMON COUNCIL of the Town of HAM-

.Ire requested to meet at the Town

On Wednesday,
The Third January nest,
At 11 o'clock, a.m.,
To Elect the CURI'URA iION
for the ensuing Year.
EHamilton, Deer. 21lthb, iS- .2.

Theatre Royal, Prospect.

By kind permission of Livut.-Colon1l F. I. C.
CRUFCON, Commandling *.nd the Irish
r -,
0 *it lL ai A. .4 aSt
Under the Conducto-ship of Mr. R. BROWN,
Will give a

Saturday, Monday, and
Tues a',,
6th, Sth, and 9th January, 153.
*'sx For further particulars see Posters.
Deer. 2.ird, ISa2.


F. H H~. C.

A Grand Entertainment
Will be given at the

I I.'CK..i' s i'0 W.\,',

On Thursday, 4th Janu-
ary. 1883,
By the Juvenile Members,
In aid of the SCHOOL in TUCKER'S TOWNr,
To commence it 3 p.m.
ADMISSION One -,hilling.
Children h ilf price.
DOOR 1 open at 7 p.m. sharp.
CUl F. 0.\E! COME ALL!
December 23, 18"S2.
2 fmUas Requisites.

The Undersigned expects to receive(
P'er -.S. \LI' A.'" Iron ,'a if'x duile
Frishii, *22nd inst.aut
Game and Poultry dressed.
3 !lulltei, &e.., & C, (

Mow Receiving per S.S.
hoti ,e.,V york,

' Orinoco"

Mdaisge (G rapes,
Florida )Orna,.es,
Choice App es,
EIvaporatedl pples (so-nethling nre.w'.)

From London:
F\ Full -ssortiiisn oft J i ind J'-LI .I ;
Hihttle '!UJ I I II1-r ,
Candied O'EEL-Oranme, Lemont, Citron, &c.,
&c., &c.

In Stock :
UBS Choice Gilt i.dge ItUTTEi%, from
Tut best L'umnerlanil. N. '., Dairies,
HIlalf Ches's lnglisih reakiast and Oolung TE%
-1/4 to 2/3 per lb.,
COFFEIK-rmasted and ground-11d. to 1/4
per lb.,
CANNED) GI'ODS in variety,
Cases MI IIK, manufactuied in C1ham, Switzer.
land, trom Pure Goat's .Milk,
Vest L-indon Layer R.\alN.-.
I'.lit-NIP.-., CAR{IO i>0 ONION",
All (it lowest Cash Ratef.
41 and 4'-. r runt St.
iUainilton, D1-r. 18, I8.-3.- -2 m3

Colonial Secretary's Office,
2-i D D.CE.11BE-H, ''82.
S 1.I. I 'ercon-' h.nin-.j I '.,t, N I n ;ia,ii tIli'
S -'uiil|c I,.-ln..iry for s?rvic .. .. ,,ii' pit -, u-
.i.,rised bv L;aiw .',ndl .'h h -iav- liee. ..- 11
piid hy the Tre isiry in virin"- 'wu--n Ii .-i i
uilhority, are h re rh eqairie I rr "ge -.r "'.r' r
esjpeciiuve Arec duplicat.--.ioly vuitch-
,l anld certiti.-d ;n.I muade imp to the 34st-day of
this pre-eut ium)h ofi Dc create:', to 'u[E r' L':
.1 ier M.:je"'t .' Csa. icl,
On or before the Sthl day of Janu-
ar-y, ib1b3.
I'hu 'oI n nlieate f ; '" .,i R %IL A si-.'tiB Y,
,i.,inled under the ..lI- iri y ,it the c ,'e -1
" lnu -el to provide f', i iw q.i ti' :,1 '-
-trid payment of 'iPe 4-ai.i. ,,i 'ce ,-
-'reditors''-a re Ile, *, re i. ir.-.i'- '1
%eell the din niul I3tn di )a a .' -
.ianuiry, hdl the i' iii v .. ..*
Cou.CIL, Ietweeun the t'h .-'ld i, -., -
"'-iiCle iuonfi;i i) audit i l ald i 's ei0 t i
o .mlarnes of Pu-lic l; icer4 .nd ,'',timu
ont all'ected by tins notice.
By His Eccellency's C'ommarnn,
l C,.r',,TI. II'SIH q )YL ,

Notice to Importers
Mail Steain rs.


I receiver Gnerals Office,
4TH J..IliMBBR, t162.
jPiORTEi S by. S-ausi.-lp, car-
trying Her Majesty's Mails are hereby in-
tormed th t the tenth section of the Revenue
0 election Act of t -61, a bich pn-escribed- the
conditions respecting the removal ot Goods
aniported by such stbip and the penalties for
not con forming thereto, nas been repealed by
lie Act pass'.l during the present .-ession of
the Legislature "' to amend the itevenue Col-
lection Acts, and the following provisions
,aave be,:n substitute theleior: thnt is to say-
Ev rYy impor(er )aI" Consigrnee or other
person to whom any such Goofs shall be de-
tavered before entry of the same and the pay-
ment of the ..duties thereon, shall make due
entry thereof and pay all duties thereon, with-
in FIVE days alter the e.atry of the importing
ship and in defautilt thereof shall forfeit the
sum Of FIVE poIIIds."
If any such Goods being of a perishable
nature shall not be cleared forthwith, or not
being of a perishable nature shall not-be clear-
ed, and all e cargfs of duty, removal. Ware-
house rent and storage, be not paid within
thirty days after the entry of the importing
ship, such Goods may be sold, and the
produce thereof paid in discharge of duties
and charges and the overplus, if any, to the
Proprietor of the Goods on his application for
the same."
If at any time the Receiver General or As-
sistant Receiver General shall have occasion
to collect or enforce the duties on any goods
which have been imported, but not drly enter-
ed within the timnie allowed by Law. for that
purpose, he shall value such goods for all
purposes of duty at the highest current value
:f goods of the like description in these Is-
lands, or at such value as he shall consider
ulttivalent to the highest current value in
thee Islands, and the value so fixedl shall be
deemed to be, for all purposes of dut%, the
true value of such Goods until the contrary be
shown by the Importer or Proprietor thereof
to th.' -atisfaction of the Receiver General or
Assistant Receiver General."
The penalty imposed for not entering Goods
within the time allowed by Law for that pur-
pose may be sued ror and recovered ',y ibt
Receiver General or Assi tant i-eceiv,-r Jil-..-al
before any two Justices of the ;-'ea.cp
j M i -, ) ,
IRceiver (,enerul.
N.B.-From and after the Ist of January,
IS',, the practice of notifying defaulting Iu-
jorters of their neglect to comply with the
provisions of the Revenue Acts will be discon-
Dec. 5, 12, 19, *'6.

'Atlantic Phoenix.Lodge,'
No. 224, G. Ii. E.

AT an Installa'ion of Officers
hold at Freemason's Hall, Hamilton, on
Tuesday, lUth instant, the following Members
were appointed to serve for the ensuing year:
CuAs CLAY, J. W.
D. E. SEON, Secy.
-H. .'-sMITH, J. D.
R. BRowN, Tyler.
Hamilton, December 22nd, 1882.

For Sale.

Suitable for a Pair ofiHorses,
And carry Fifty Boxes Onions.
TERMS made known on application.
In Trade or otherwise.
Southampton West.
Deer. 21st, 1882.-twice

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 26th Dec., 182.
Briart Alaric," Schr "Aldytha," Benju Bean,
J B Brown, Tios Bercharn, George Bean, Schr
"Kit Carson," Emnila A DeSilva, William Ellis,
Angelina Ellis, Schr "Franklin," Frank F Gra-
seer, Jose S Uarcia, Franc-.isco J. Gonsalves, Amos
Hillett, Eugenia Jones, A Jones, Deborah L Jones,
Caroline Lindell, Jose de 8 Luduvico, Francisco de
.latoj, S Martin, .Mrs Meany, L F Moore, Wm
Mullasky, Wm H Robinson, Antonio de Rezendes,
Pilot Rs'hardzson, H A Smith, Peter J Smith, Anna
Stewart, Edward S Smith, 'Mary E imrmons, Jos-
eph L Silva, Elizabeth Trott.
PO.RT OFFICE, 'T' GEORGE, 23rd D-c., 188 2
Jo Desilva, F S Smiithb, George Woodman.



St. Geor.e s IHotel,
St. George's, Bermudan
11. KrEA'ELLY-
N.B.-The BEER SHOP under the Hotel icing
)l market Stmare h, Wie Cconnectiun with the sane.
Deeenilw;r 4, l w6e.--,- m.


I .E 'VFTElilN INAiF .F HUl14:. I'N E' con-
i..te j inlivy ) .$s rrom! .lanutiarv Ist,
1 -'',, i .:::!e, it. '. reby disc'!utitiuedl, and all
A n It.ii ir I tl 'lo '-i ~ l .. rvi mr -e- ui:1 to
'eptr. 31i;., I .--', ,o e rtqu ,:d t. ie l, I) to
I i jiJ!il|;U l U !'A.II. .li iH F, anid all
rinlntt.t, Irons feir. I, k>2, ) odatIe, to E. R.

D. V. S.,
I). oncober25V..
H'milton, October 25, 1882.

Liverpool, QseCn~'-vwB,: London,
The STEAMSHIPS of this line- r,.omprises
TWELVE of the l.arge4st Nteamenis (b-lonuzing
to one C'oiupany', in the Atlantic sermi., l iv-_
ing the port of N,--w York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, exce-pt tlhe merely de-
coraiive parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience or
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (aft
on the main deck) re unusually large, light,
and airy. The table and general appointt-
ments compare favourably with the best hotel
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
.York every Saturday, for Queenstown andl
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of pas-age
in currency: -To Queenstown and Liverpool.
S;,0 to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks)
$50 to S60; excursion tickets 5100, currency ;
Sleerage passage '$2, currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Oflices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, JTuuary 27, 1SS2.

Hard Stone Limnie.

For Sale.
SQuanntity of the above warrant-
ed Hard Stoue. for Sale at CooMPirs
F.Ai, -outh-wiupton, West.
Arrang in~its lmaIy .i made for delivery at
the Kiln at any part ot the Island on
,atinii to
'p,.c i !:.l-rr 2, ."--:. --t ms

o' '%aIle or [lire.
4 A lq li'rior Horse Doiik.y\ periect-
ly Harmless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and Harness.
The samine would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.-
iPlease apply to
Hamilton, September 5, I --'2.

TE lg to call ie nal i-ltioin of the TrA.nIde
a new Article for wlichli we have -.epel
d the Aoeneyv.

Isthe very best prep.n atiion we have ever seeii
or used fir e!e:ining and p-Mlihing.
Silver Plated Wure, j Gold iHntedl Ware,
Cusphdores, P'lite (Glas ,
Bra.'- Ar ihratedi Siagn, Solid siver Ware,
Nickeled or :- silver t'lu- Soda Fmutaiain.,
led Show Cases, IMilitnrv I quipmencs.
Pr Or aty tnetillic upon which a br;liarit
poli-i ii irt i-| rrl without i iijurv uo the' etals
and wi'h litteiil labor. In all oases -.s. here niclel
plhir ihent Lu-tr,'/" will restore it to its former
briwhtn--'. So popultir has it become, that it
is now the reognised Standard or lthe Stove
Ltnde for this purpose.
it is ah!.uiuIly tiee from acid, 3 iit or other
injurious suisL-tces.
Il jr& a prep ion. ofr' giuint.Le mieriw ai d whe-
11,,ve net l i-e e an *na icln e o' daily Ciatly
'-" aid .' .ik re i pealed. I'rice 25e per botn

t. .& H. ''ll RISER & CO.,
.N Octob.'r .-3.
l1the 'very |tlcrsptrimtin we 7v Gold
ei>i l'a l 5 to 20. at Child's. All

Birthday, Xmas
I Grear V\ariety at the G.izerle .t;.-
lionart' Store.

"Long Islan(d B3rewery"

A Fri.-.h I 'upplv recently receiv-
-" ed from tihe ab,'ve Brewery in Ca Ih. off
16 Gallon-
Beer .'hp.s n.s well as Canteens can l1e fu1
nishedi the above at a low figure by
t till,
Frout Street, -Hamilton.
Oct. 2nd, 1882.

For Rent,

.A 1T40 situated at the
\Vesl I'ted( of tIm In '; s'w: R .'il. %iii
P'illi:tid 'P,,1 1 :< '.1 cht.l, I .n( IIIildli g .': Six Pio kei
'I AliLE in uo.I. I Icu d>iti,.,i. .\l I II ravell .s tI., -or
f oin '1., G e,.r --s tl doir.r.
1 I l hl l '.1- ,l". :. r '.,o l !, '.114 ,I v e- .
F Y. C, OUTE[RIDfll)G E.
D. c i,.,r 41, 1 .-2.


Vi.-itin. Be ,turd:'a c n be (. iifiort:l)y Acoulm-
t,(-daIed or I'eaoinb!e '1 rriits h.
Aplplyin'.t tu
S JA I. IE l.LI ,." I 1ii.T.N i'A;i tiH,
.' ea liaB 9 6 i: ,.J i0. J t i, :L,,, .lI'ie,
91 u-. ..
D ,cember 11, S:.'2.


titlted Stales Jlail Steamers.

CAi.LLINI. Al i ..'e N.\N,

S j1/IZON1 A I)'u T .,,ts ;e Cc. 5, ai lit Jo p.u,.
AB, 'SSINi. "A 12, an ( 1)0 ia.ln.
l', (- O \'_lN I1, at Noon
'.LASiA "' '' i, ,t 5-3ui it..
ilVY all, N "' J. 2, :,! Id 1Jll0
A. l lZ 'S1 :t .111.
'I he' ,iloi .ve .'e'- rr ., lU t u ih l; '.,
tile Trade, have live wt rti:;ii Iolkiie:e-., a.'d
curry exper;ence,1 '!1'icer .'lii i iai,' .-.. -
:r,.'c- ;e. "T-ne":'li A. i1in!,Inii t lt it .re *r i-
ihrp1.;- bd by aii, ith lic iv : Inii ii 1, !I
K .t0 i nmis ar .-n n.*t l n *- ,. .e

o e (n tr-,I .t l, 'p ',f'ct r-islih iltion v.' ,' /,'i '.
:'m oki: t:'_.a';, ', t 11 It n ..'. itt:

The II. 5. Alail St at.a .. '."' i
.oe ,,iila ,'! ini day. *_ a,-.Hi I i .. *'n t t' .i
York .jn ,in onda.s, and a"i'. rs" bl.' 2a 8 .: i
ie traiiicrred direct to t L. .i rr.,,.-, [ .t.o r
sailiv'1 next day.
-'29 Lr:;o,a y'' r,' v .ew Io' oIk.
New York, Novcmlber 16, 16i?2.

S. A. S iJ'Hq
Having returned try the Orinoco" will rEsumnl
hi-, lDatles at hi i. (Offie over
th. Medical Hmll.
liiauilton, 'Septeinber 26, ISf,,'.

Lime Lime Lime !!!

TIE ilburnt wilthi Cedar Woo ,
aid Cual. ca. be at the Kiln
in thii 'i'on n In'r n oni e .iIshel t.. 25 ;;t fd.;
fur al! orderss over -5, sj,,ciia ari u._,rnu .hit- ,. .1.
be made. l.
On application i '"frlry.iil Uaz-Ite" _. fL f ..
llamiltonu Ma. 15,!,, I- '.
( ,' Arra gin-menis fur Jeliver I> in3 l.;iarl
of ,v ii -land enTi al-. iheI' mrle.

Mattress Making and
Hr iE TUndersigned is DrepareIl
at Reasonable Pates.
3@ Satisfaction guaranteed.
ball Klhie.
October 25, i8e'2.


The Smithery Business
ORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
F. W. O.S- MER will in futurt- be,.on'-
ducted by
F. tV. fOS.'Silli an((ld G. IV.
With their extensive kn- wlLdg' of the l--usi-
ness, th, ob'ervaii-ce -Af p.iunciuality, antil with
a guar ntri -* fully %*A'licits a Muli'e,. tIl- t' licc Putron F l ..
flamilton, October u=nd, 1882.

Tlhie West Styles.

The Largest Stock,

In the TowIn fI
J. Md. McNEIL & CO.,
'i-4 Front Street, 6.-

Fall and Winter Stelk
Broad Cloth. Doe Skin
Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds

In -'uit- ,Iif o lin- P, ttt -:i eir:ndIi
Farticul.,_iy c.Ill ti.- attntiin ft the P'l..lii.
tor the rniT ,.l.,.,l.nt,-( .A s,:rtitient of the v,-
l di..k.<'-:i -
Gents IA Hose ,kilk Lil].: Thread
Lambt s Wo,.dl
Mn'rino and Cotton in lockedk, tUnblceacht(n,
Plain an'l Strip:.d
Silk S;atin Liurnan.a l C.-tton
All C,:,.ur and, SIhade, White and BLick.
Si k :nu + Satin Er aci.l,t " at.d C' Itt.:n H ai] .ler,.hi,. f., Fitibroid,:.r
I. an- .l H -dinei-Stit,.'h.
G -s T.:ri-t, L:- T'n ii 1C' i-:k.-,"
I' ls-;-^." rgati, ** <, ,Wi- l,."
tIIII'TS in Wihite. Stri..I., anl- a osrted
C, hk.t er p,.rfelt -ittin:.)i
Gents White Dress Shirts

Bosom 3 Ply Linen.




*pirnH uo smo ro o [idm.,i T isnoapu
Ric'aImord,'s 2j)i' Fin e Linei ;i 1i
Utica Non-Pa.-il I MUS'LIN
Hlats V.'aps Lawn Tennis Capl; in Hard
and at Felt
Cardigan Jackets Re.,dy Made Tweed
Panis Suits
Rubber Coats and Leg- ings
Scarf Pins Oc-rhauls
Shirt Stutds C'nf' Buttons
Hairt Brushes dollars s Buttons
Shawl Straps
FCathEr Dusters, '.'llisp Eroomus
UI T :1, re Ias
(Clothes and Hat BITUSHES
Merino, Laolb-. Wo:d 'o-nl C'.-t*t..n
.\nd many other A\rticles .-nLiit.ibe for G'ents
Toilet. too niluerous to imintio,,n.
Ladies,. Chillreu'S iiiind Misses. H si-
Silk Lisle Thread L.a ,iil,.. Wool
M-tino and Cotton in Wie nlul-a ,.hl-,l
Plain. Coloi. Fon.:y, Ci:ke, tipd
and I alf L.nd -iaii."
n LSO,
An assortment o' LADIES WVAR
suitable for the present :iand coing seas,_n.
White and CO) fONS .3 inches
wide, :n 1d., -d., ;6d.,. d., 7d 6"d., I ,., i.--r
Double Width sheeting White and Tnblea.h-L>d
Pillow Ca Mushlin 5-4 wide. pr' yard.

Falll an.1 Winter Priin .
Dress Putim -.n- and by the Y:ald 3.. 41d., .d,
per yard. Fast .uihrs s

Q ,lti s, B l.rk,1 t.. n: i 0 (.,It.;r!p-i. es
"White and Assurte'd ',dls in Woolien a:!nd
I_'ot ton,

Notions in Great Variety.
And krticl,?s pettaining to that Depart tunat.
0\ iit (.J,"-' !- a S ) .I-.lity.
Toimi ls i rash Lon.dale ambric
White i .se. Xc.
And a General saoi tent of

(kitn plete.
Ia liltIr.n, ,_tol)h.r in I .' I.

HIorses Carrii Iges and

Carts l1r Hire.

FlWAW.D J. LlGi '"B.U :N.
Church t li::t, Hai ilrion, i
i'tpt--t.ul r 9th. 1-..2. J

A few ltirrn-! of L'ihliice Table
"c ?.. T'l
.. &- A
J, T. DAI',ILL & CO.
Hamilton, October Suth, 188..

Board & Lodging.

ISSS BRUCE, Priv-;te B11ar; and
L.,dgin;; g ork :'n itree '.\e t :-l, e E I.

(ei(,ber -; h'3" .

Claret FJES

Recently Received from LONDON, -
("'n:,es "i !>ozen e.,ch)
C. t. EImil.on,
Ai ".i-doc."

Botiled b-,' theh u'l Kn,,wn Frit el' (Cla-dA Tn-
prie'-. Ii. N. ILLIAI.!S & C-(i, \Vin) .ieti-
chain.,. Li.n Ion, are now offered for S ht
re i-.,'lpth .- late Ih.,y
i' tireet, lilaniilton.
Novet' eiter I S, 1-52.,

The Liverpool & London
.dA G LO E 1N,' IR-
tnce -Comapany.

TTIE UTTlhiirsi'metl having b-g-1en appointed
Ag-.-nt, in Ber-tnu!, f-r- tl t above Coum-
i::iuy IOne ot the ht.a"ling (.Offic.-s in Great Bri-
t -iin and of iA; years Stadt. ilil,.' i u e pre l.t-i .'ed to
offer protection against FIIE at Moderate
The Annual Report of this Company sub-
imiti,:.' at the la.-t Gent-ri Meetino' in Liver,
pool in M lay, .;hLowiug Dividend: thc-n deeclired-
with many other interesting Statistics, the will In.- please' to ,how to any
Ct,11, who may apply to theta at th-ir Oth-ce.
Haumiltoin, B,.-rnluda, ) 1.m
t:h August, ;..'2. t '

-HT ILD can supply :,..u '.vit' :a ri.ii.tie Clock
ifroi' to .: ,All V,'arrioat-..

Real Estate in Hamilton
Parish for Sale.


A nd Par-l- 1 of ,, .'" f., Co-
tainin Thr'.e A,res, Tw,, Rodls iandl Ten -
P4 rches, m,0,1c or le-s, in HaJr_,ilton Parish.
Boiunidei-d East-i'ly bIy Lands of the Wi':Iow of
the late Anthony .-;iiu-Itl Trott. Southerly,
on the Sea. Wes.terly, by Lan-ds of Rob.?rt
',enistnii, and North,-rly on a Pond ,or Salt
Wa:' Lake, cotinuoinl lkno)\wn :1as North s
PI'.nd." Th.- Lanil is iunt'-rseet.d lby the newW
Military 1.c'd, l. which runt, qiute ,- Ur the
Dwe-lling it-urse. P,;-.: tnoi.lerate. Apply
eatily to
14th August. 1 .'.

William James Heney,
2 U C 7' 1 0 AE i. ,
S-iijpping t'nnd C(.,oimis.sion A gent,
,;Hi .'tLreel,
I "! :, 1 I 'M 6 ..
!'rr pt ..,t ,i'- iveA ) o v ::! l I' 1 'il

'. IS L IJo, I
O t.(ib-. J 'e,. -S SI,
a ,- "n e, "J

A L' SUlAA R' 1OKE;-.S,
I t, Lea.ieau ,jil :ret,
L DON, E., .
Vt:e (,', I i '" I .) ,il l h Ile ilt-. of
ter-m rnuli i-'ili. l '; l.' il I, l< iillign of 111 r--
tn ,i.-i -a <.rde .

Ee vyliody v.'ants it, but very fe.w get it
becauims- imost ,p. :p- d'-l not kno.v how to,
sel.-'t (co ,-ii o. r it i-p.I -1.! in th, roast-
ing or mialiug. T obviat.-:. the dittu!--
tis lh:,._ b,--,:.n our study hiut!hr's p,.,:.k-
ag' co.fft.s are ,-le-t,:-..d 1 3y an esp rt who
uni'l.-r'tau,.il t]le art ,.i tlinrling voiiiius
ftiv"i rs. They ar,:, r,:a t,,.i- in thLie
perfect. m uLin ,:-r (it is imipoisible to roast
nell in .-.nall iiantitie- then put in
pound packages (,',, t-f '-.', , jI',.iiii/,)
bcam ing our sigrititture :is i a 'uara iitee of
geinuii,-ness andl each piac.ka 'econtaius thhe
Tli rbt-i recipe for making g 'ilCoti'ee. W,-
pa.:l: two kinds, Tht rb.:'.- .' o. 13," ..troni
ant plitigetnt ; Thurber's "No. 41,' mil!..
an, ricel. One or the other will suit every
tast.. 'They have the three great points,
f,, '. A.i, ,I,11.1 i.- vr fir 1' ( lsr
J,,lI ,I ,' ,.'u i in ji).l / ,, / ,.t.'i "' A t. 34"
or '' N-... P."' Do not i-e put ot' with any
oth..' kind your iown ,alate will tell yot
whit is host.
W'liert- plrsons rhesire it. .i-e also turnish

the, "" LIi'' Co ,ffe-p'iOt. the simplest. b- st
an'l cheaipei in existence.
Gi -.:, -rs who s-11 oi I'..It'-e keep them.,
sk tolr descriptive tir.iullar.
Ilep'.ecttully, &'.,
11. K. & F. B. TH-.:IbBER & CO.,
Imiporters, VWhol,,]esair! I ter.,;'iis a[ i ot lfee
ioditstt-is. Neiv- York.
P.S.- s the lI'-.-t d...ii-s in fo:ld piro)-
dluctt. in the w -iildi. ,- i.- It,..lI.r it oui in-
tfi-rcv t to imuili a,.ti:... inly pure andi
hi ,i '.- l .i e .i ..s i '.-i. m: i i eD in a tidy
aiinl .-atisfa.t'ctOiy maiin r. All *,:odls
all i n I:ur O i i..ii_, I ., .h;:n t.- t, d t :i .
of sipe i,.,r q.1 it 1 I. I ., ..... ,,
.inl di.-ilermare atitatli,-d t') retunil tlhe
l.n 't,:;h se> l pricu in aiiy ,_--"--. ,- ,. bit,-)n,-
er hare icaIse lor ,' ,-,.-,' .: ,:r !i. It is
th':-r-t oture tt t t. i -t-1.- I., u 't boiL d alers
and cuunsuuteis to uiae 'l, urbti i' brands.

For 'Sile,
150 fARRELS L Early Rose P0-
E .- '.ATOES--.pciallv. s.lect-
ed for Seed, : .
200 Barrns Best Table POTATOES
150 Barrels Fish GUANO ,.A
.0 Bags Scouthrnii FERTILIZER .
Aitd a few E.t ties of ONION SEED whieh
wvill be sold from this date at .4, per bot-
tle to Cash Customers.

1 Secoud Harwl BUGGIE "
1 Now Opeu CA RRIAGE ,
loth will be -.clA Cheal)i close *. Coni.ign-
ni en t.
.-. Georgre'-, October -, 1882. .

Cani be ol.unirin froci the
PI .,C C t!'0 N :

.i r Ii,'bI Ic[ .se, t. F's heijliM ed and 1'e;,itiiei .t

Tihlr,.utgh h i d N; i i. Ffl'tC iii ieb e
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Dr, Brqan's Electric Belts.
Chronic N,'rvcus Di-ea es. Nrrvous Debility, Phy
i.-al Prostration, Urain Tr'oljile, Paralysis
Spinal Coimplaini.1, Lung tiisordprs, Impotency
Liver Complains. I)ys poe,1ia, Rheumatism
H.-adufcbe-, Female .'o,,plaints, Premature De-
cay, ete
HM ll wonu'erflul ,di'-or,.-ry in the application of
Electririty enables h-: su'.rerI to gire seien.
tirv att-ution to his own case in accordance with
Nu, lx,,. 'be brit acts by aid of the heat
Parl moisture of the body:' and evolve veontinuots
curieni that linluse (t l iten,(!m with ebe vitalizing
element uotill tIe disare is overcome, and are.
up, atrive process establi.n ,ild.
'1 e E1l.ctro-Magnetie C'u rent, as evolved by Dr-
Bry,':i s applianices,strengIteap he nervous system,
give force to0 ie braam sanl digesnie function, re-
stoic lost or impaired power nt body or mind
whiedher arising from acts o0 imprudence, sickness
or oldI age.
1li.s traded Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on ai.,licaLion. Orders received through any re-
spou.ible Comulissioa hou3.e, and in ordering send
measure rouod ibe waist and state tbe nature of the
complainl, and a1 saitl-Lo Bapliantce will be sent to
ordtr. Address:
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