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
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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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: VID00111
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 5.--Vol. L. E VAS A QUAS 24spe A



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1876 RFEVIEWED. Science tosses mountains with a single wire touched Gen. Canal was recalled from exile in Jamaica and rr
... by an infant hand! ,was met by the populace and carried on their shoul-
(Continued from "Gazette" of 16th inst.) "Now, little Mary, touch the key again." ders to the National Palace, where he was feasted,
The hand of the child pressed gently on the key. lionized, and decorated with laurels, and made ruler ,,'
In drawing near home our attention is naturally The miracle is done! till the people tire of him and again send him into -, "
directed to that splendid but misgoverned country Look! look!" An immense white mass of foaming exile or to his grave. 1..' t '.l
-the United States of America. This at first water bounds fifty feet towards the sky in a second Jamaica carried off two gold. medals from the '
blush would seem to be harsh, but passing over its of time from above the reef; vaporous jets ascend Centenniel Exhibition for her tobacco, which was UPON THE PRE
eventful political history of a few past years and through it like ribs of steam, while a dull, rumbling pronounced equal to Havanah. She took also 25 IN THE TOWN OF
leaving the Marshs, the Tweeds, the Babcocks and boom, deep-mouthed and sepulchral, fills the air and medals for sugars, rum and coffee. She has treated
a host of others-to bear us out in our assertion, we a slight vibration shakes the-solid earth. Suddenly, herself to a street Tramway at Kingston; four AT 11 O'CLC
quote a short but significant pI tra.-iaph from the shooting hbove the white vaporous mass towers for ; miles of it have been completed and were formally! T"'
New York Tribune of the 5th April, 1876 :-"Gen. an instant a dense column of black water, with a opened on the 11th Nov. The 4 miles- cost 6,000. On 1 I. l
Babcock still wears the uniform of the United States horrid crest of shivered beams and splintered rock. From the great patronage already received it is be-
army, with a Secretary of W.lr just impeached for The beautiful is overshadowed by the terrible. In lived that it will prove a good investment. A The 7th day of February n
bribery, with boys at West Point who have bought an instant the waters, full of trouble, are at their memorial numerously signed, and addressed to Her Under and by virtue of a Wr
their way thither, and with men in the Engineer level again, and a low yellow wave rolls out in a semi- .T ,J*' --.y, praying for certain constitutional changes, sued front the Cort of Gener
Corps who have bought their way out of the Peni- circle from the shattered reef to the shores beyond. was withdrawn in consequence of a difference of
tentiary, the taint is too widespread to be endured." i "Thus, amid the eager watching of 2,000,000 of opinion in respect to certain of its propositions. of RICHARD KEMPE I
But where is the remedy ? The party in power people, with 50,000 pounds of dynamite, after seven Antigua assembled its Legislature on the 7th STUBBS,
has it in their hands and will not use it, and it is years of tunnelling, Hallett's Point Reef crumbled Sept., and we gather from the address on the oc- tI."EI 'T 'L
questionable if a change of party would make any to pieces at the finger touch of a child." casion t I a' the financial condition of the Island -,
alteration'in the nmoile t-f governing, or if auythin,..- The United States in the year just gone by wascheering. The receipts from income were large- j' .,
short of revolution throughout the land and a tho- has not been exempted from dire calamities by ly in excess of estimates, while the expenditure has ." '
rough change .in the Ccnstitution will have the sword, by fire, and by water. The Indians of the been much below the income, there was every pros- Vizt. :-
effect of establishing confidence between rulers and West, who have been troublesome for some years, pect of this state of things continuing during the "IAl0 AHOGANY
people, and of restoring the commerce of the coun- making raids on the white inhabitants in their financial year. The papers report that Her Ma- _I. JL IANO
try, its workshops, and its credit abroad. The neighborhoods, murdering them, robbing and burn- jesty's Government intend making Antigua a coal 1 PIANO
whole Union has been kept in a state of political ing their property-had been attacked frequently by ''..' ., in view of the anticipated complications on 1 Side TABLE 1 Centre'
confusion, amounting almost to anarchy, for the smri! : ra2i of U. S. troops and driven backto their the Eastern question. 6 Cane-Seat CHAIRS 1
past six months by a struggle for power between fastnesses, but their depredations becoming more In the Island of Tobago in August a serious riot 2 Mahogany BEDSTEADS
the two giant factions, Democrats and Republicans, frequent and their crimes more terrible, it was de- occurred at Roxbury estate, during which a police- 1 Hair MATTRESS 1 St
the former having chosen Mr. S. J. Tilden, a law- termined during the summer to fit out an expedi- man was brutally murdered, beaten to death by the 1 Sick CHAIR 2 Large I
yer of some note, then Governor of New York State, tion and attack the camp of one of the most power- mob. Forty persons were apprehended and tried 1 Toilet TABLE A Small
and the latter Brigadier-Gen. Rutherford B. Hayes, ful of the Sioux Chiefs, Sitting Bull, and two de- for the murder; sixteen of them including one wo- A Lot Cooking UTENSILS
U. S. A., a man of ability and reputed honesty, tachments of U. S. troops, under command of Gen. man had been found guilty and sentenced to death. And 1 SPADE and 1 FORK
Governor of the State of Ohio. The 'friends of Custer, came upon the camp of Sitting Bull in a The people of St.. Vincent greatly rejoiced at the
these men have strained every nerve to get their thickly-wooded spot in the mountains near the contemplated change in their ca.-titti-,n in con- J,
choice seated in the White House, and have stopped Little Horn River, in the territory of Dacotah, and nection with a simliar change in the constitutions
at nothing to accomplish their desired ends. Each engaged the enemy--Gen. Custer on one side with of the Islands of Grenada and Tobago, proposed in IHamilton, Jany. 22, 1877.
party is sanguine of success, notwithstanding that five companies, and Major Reno on the other with a Bill which had passed the Imperial Parliament ...on.Jan.2,1..
several votes that had been counted for Tilden-who seven companies. Custer's command was repulsed for making these Islands crown colonies. i -
at one period was far in advance of his adversary,' and his five companies cut to pieces, not one man The Demerara Colonist of 6th August says the rI P a s ,8
with but few v'tes to be cast-have been thrown escaping. The number killed was 300, and 31. exports of sugar during the six months ended June
out by investigating committees, leaving it doubt- wounded. General Custer, his brother, his ne- 30th is the largest ever made in the Colony's his-
ful at the close of the year which would be the phew and his brother-in-law were amongst the tory. The exports for the first two quarters of the 51 R. T HO M A S
successful man. United States troops were freely killed. Reno's command was surrounded and held current year exceed by a few hhds. the total return The Owner of that well k
used in some instances to keep the excited people in in the hills an entire day, and until relieved by for the three quarters ended Sept. 30, in the pre- Paget Parish, ca
check, and horrible atrocities were charged as hav- Gibbon's command, when the Indians, said to num- vious year. The increase was attributable not to ..-Q0 -
ing been committed by white men of one party ber 4,000, withdrew. On July 4, at midnight, a any increase in the cultivated area of land in sugar --
against colored men of the other party. President heavy rain and thunder storm broke on ih,:- little cane, but to the increased yeild which the planters Intending to leave Blermudal
Grant in his eighth Message to Congress, delivered town of Dubuque, Iowa, doing an immense amount have been getting out of their canes, an increase is desirous to sell the same.
on the 5th December, says :-" The attention of of damage; one life only, an infant, was lost; but which in these days of low prices is a capital set off
Congre-ss cannot be too earnestly called to the ne- two miles further south the small suburb of Roch- against attenuated account sales. The establish- THE PROPERTY CoN
cessity of throwing some greater safeguard over the dale, containing a dozen houses, every one of which ment of steam communication between Demerara Ir A
method of choosing and declaring the election of a was swept away by monstrous billows of water! and Barbados it was hoped would bring a number -' ,:i'
President. Under the present system there seems which rolled down the valley, washing out a mill- of laborers from the overstocked Is!-of -'. f .rbados, i' i.
to be no provided remedy for contesting the elec- 'dam and a railroad bridge, which were hurled during the crop season,.Ivery ii,.- .-- the Irish ..* 1 ..,, j'
tionin any one State." The (lhunr. -:iti) celebration against the buildings occupied by families. Forty- laborers go to Euglan returning to. their native
of American Independance was honored throughout one lives were lost, all the inhabitants, but 12, who land to see their friends and spend their money. Ad about Eleven Acres of
the United States with more than the usual flow of escaped. The damage done in Adair county alone The steamer is called the May Flower and is the A.
joy on such comings. "In Philadelphia," said the N. was estimated at $200,000. On 8th Feby. a dread- property of Mr. Quintin Hogg of London. -_ 1-~ i
Y. Herald, "as was particularly meet on such an oc- ful fire occurred in the City of New York, by which At St. Thomas an attempt was made on 7th Possession can be given
casion, the event was a grand and gorgeous pageant- more than half a square of L1uii.lini,.;.. was destroy- August to. burn the Government House. No dam-
ry." A grand Exhibition of works of art and in- ed, the Continental Hotel for the third time passed age fortunately was done to the main building. caves the country.
dustry, &c., from nations in the four quarters of through fire, property to the amount of over $300,- St. Thomas and the neighboring Islands, Tortola, For further particulars ap
the earth to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of 000 was destroyed, and several firemen were killed. Santa Cruz, St. Kitts and Porto Rico were visited '1 H M i
American independence, was op-en:.d on the 10th The famed Castle Garden," New York City, was by a severe hurricane passing over these places be-
May by the President of the United States; His destroyed by fire on 8th July. A very destructive tween the 12th and 13th Sept. causing a very heavy
Majesty Dom Pedro, Emperor of Brazil, all the fire occurred in Baltimore on 23rd September, loss of property by sea and land. It was not near Jany. 18, 1877.-3pd
high officers of the U. S. Government, the Senate, involving a loss of .00, 0. Two dreadful fires so severe as the cyclones of 1867 and 1871, these
the House of Representatives and the Supreme' occurred on the lst Deer., one in Chicago destroy-1 Islands being out of its centre. The loss of life 1 r
Court, and between 200,000 and 250,000 people wit- ing property to the value of $200,000; another in was comparatively small. e
messed the ceremony. It was a great success. New Orleans, in which 112 buildings were con- ......- -. ~ .I.. TIlAT CO FOR'
They had selected for their Exhibition a beautiful sumed-loss 400,000. At the latter twenty fire- rr
site in ample open space. The grounds comprised men were injured. And on the night of the 5th -. 'Ii-dded C odfishI C O T
236 acres, admirably situated in Fairmount Park, Deer. the Brooklyn Theatre was burned down and "
Philadelphia. The main building was said to be ,over 300 human beings were suffocated or burned AND On the Road dividing Paget
the largest in the world. It covered more than to a crisp. The curtain was run up for the last act I f R
twenty acres of ground, and had one magnificent in the drama of the Two Orphans." The house t It contains ou rge Tnkooms,
central aisle eighteen hundred feet long by one was crowded. The fire originated in the sceneryat Kitche, a large Iank attach
hundred and twenty feet wide, and rising seventy side of the stage. In two minutes the stage was a e ro i E Possession given on the 15
feet from floor to roof; the frame of iron, filled with mass of flames. The excited audience rushed for a Apply to
wood andglass; and if the claims of the builders the street doors-men, women and children being O N TO N Shredded CODFISH ready for i ; [
be just, no other building ever erected for such crushed to death in the struggle for life. The heat O a eON Shredded CODFISH ready for a W M. I
purposes gave under its roof the same space so well in New York City during the summer was very Table in 15 minutes. The most desirable Warwick, Jan. 22, 1877.--2
adapted for ornament and display. At a luncheon great. In the month of July it was fearful, the style of Codfish ever offered in this market-put
on the occasion of the anniversary of Her Majesty thermometer some days ranging as high as 102 in up in IIb. Boxes.
Queen Victoria's birthday, (28th May), in reply to the shade. The death rate from summer complaint, Eureka Steam-Sliced SMOKED BEEF- LOSt,
"The Health of Her Majesty the Queenof Great said the N. Y. Herald of the 20th July, is higher Comrnends itself to consumers by reason of the o~N SUNDAY, the 31st D
Britain and Ireland," Sir Charles Reed, M.P., Presi- than that of any other city in the world. In the superior quaity of cosued, and the d a or fre T isty
dent of the School Board of the City of London and week ending July 8 it was 47-65 per 1000. A new superior quality of meat used, and the delicacy J or from 'rinty Church
British Commissioner on Education, in concluding a extradition treaty is in course of completion be- with which it is cut. supposed in Church Street,
handsome complimentarylittle speech, said: "Imust tween the Governments of Great Britain and the Put up in 4, A and llb Boxes. Street, and Victoria Street,
congratulate you, sir, (Gen. Hawley, U.S.A., Presi- United States, arising out of the misunderstanding For Sale at Wholesale and Retail. A LA D Y'S
dent of the Centennial and chairman on this occa- in the Winslow (the Boston Forger) case. W.T. J AM ES G691 Pencil
sion) in being at the head of an Exhibition unpa- Unhappy Mexico is still suffering from the curse,
ralelled in the history of international displays, so of revolution. A report from Galveston April 11 says Front Street. With Topaz
far as my observation has extended. I was upon the fighting is all over, Juintana, Commander of the N.B.-The undersigned being Sole Agent for The finder will be suitably
the Jury ofthe London Exhibition in theyear 1851, Federal forces, escaped down the river with part Bermuda for the above articles is prepared to ing it at the Office of the R(
and have visited every European Exhibition held of his force, leaving the victorious rebels in posses- J any 1 o J, 1p77
since that time, and I say without hesitation that, sion of the county. President Lerdo fled and supply the trade at a liberal discount. Jny. 1st, I7.
so far as I have been able to examine it, the dis- sought an asylum in San Francisco. He had done W.T. JAM ES. .
play you have made in Fairmount Park eclipses his best to keep his unfortunate county in peace Hamilton, Jan. 23, 1877. I. -.-'('
everything I have seen." The little colony of Ber- and happiness, but, like many of his predecessors, =. ... "-
muda was creditably represented and took several his efforts were thrown away upon the half-civilized / *
prizes-amongst them two for its far-famed arrow- people whom he vainly attempted to govern. San- D r ied Fru t .gas n! O j' L S E H
root. The important work of clearing the danger- ta Anna, who was successively soldier, emperor, ALI A Q
' ous channel between the Island of New York and anti-imperialist, president, minister, dictator, pri- CALLIN AT QUEE
Long Island known before, under the uneuphone- sooner and exile, died in the City of Mexico on 20th TH E SUBSCRIBER Carrying the United
Sotis name of Hell Gate, but now as Newton's Chan- June last at the ripe age of 79. Is now receiving per Canima" a further sup- r m V
nel, was successfully accomplished, on 24th Sept., I The Cuban revolutionists still hold their own. ply of from New Y
giving a sufficient draught of water over the bar The results seem doubtful, for though the Spanish pl o
for vessels of 24 feet draught. A "victory" for Gen. Government are sending fresh levies of troops to p O N T U .El S
Newton, U.S. A.,whoplanned and executed the work the island to trample out the rebellion if possible, --
says the New York Herald greater than he achieved still the insurgents in their naturally fortified fast- i Sy S e a S S 1 h
min war! A jubilee for commerce! A triumph, nesses, supported by their indomitable courage, are A YER FIGS in 21bs Boxes WISCONSIN sails Jan. 30
above all, for science! The seven years' toil of the more than a match for European troops, who have -A Do. do. in 3ibs Baskets WYO NG sails Feby. 6,
drill and the blast on Hallett's Point Reef at Hell to contend against not alone the bullets of the ene- DoU do. in 3Be s Baskets WYOMING sails Feby. 6,
Gate culminated at ten minutes to three o'clock my, but that more destructive foe the climate. PRUNES in Bott!o and on Retail. DAKOTAsails Feby. 13,
on that day in a grand explosion, which Among the horrible incidents in connection with -- IDA HO sails Feby. 20, at


was successful inf every detail and in'the full ac- 'this war we may mention the Spanish steamer Mode- ALSO, NEVADA sails Feby. 27, a
complishment of all the results expected of it, and zumna, which left the harbour of Porto Plata, Hayti, GILMO RS Mixed BISCUITS, very hand- MONTANA sails March (
without a single disaster to human life or limb. early in the month of Novr. Just before leaving some Ginger SNAPS The above Steamers aie
The shock of the explosion, so far as concerned the eleven Cubans took passage. On getting to sea, Cocoa Nut SNAPS &c., &., &c the Trade, have five waterti
Island of New York and the portions of Long Is- 'at dinner time, they entered the cabin armed to the ocoa E. D., the Trade, have fiv ers, S
land adjacent to the scene of the great blast, was teeth, when a fight ensued between them and the B. E. I)1CKINSON. carry experienced Officers, S
perceptible only in the faintest vibration. Many captain and passengers. The captain, two waiters Front Street, HIamilton, ardesses. The Saloon Accom
feared the effect of the noxious gases that were to and a passenger were killed and 3 others wounded. J anuary 23, 1877.* surpassed by any Atlantic
be liberated in hundreds of thousands of cubic feet. The Cubans compelled 15 of the crew, the purser State Rooms are on main dec
"Tens of thousands, however, flocked by noon to and 8 passengers to land at Port de Paix, and with Saloon, thus securing that gre
the places overlooking Hallett's Point from the the rest of the crew they turned the head of the OF ', ae, travel, perfect ventilation and
New York shores. l steamer to sea, and when last heard of she was in ,-% The U. S. M ail Steaer "
"There were fully 200,000 people whose eyes were 'the Gulf of Mexico. Three Spanish war vessels ;... : "' ,r", *,da ," ,. ,., -r, a
fixed upon the reef. In the little hut awee small girl, have been sent in search of her, with orders if cap- u I, -, a ." r.'
not three years old, is playing with a key. She is toured to string up the Cubans to yardarm. dA WO ou .onda, and .- '-'*- '"
standing on a cartridge box, and thinks it is fine fun. Poor Domingo has just come out of '. ". 1 % ') I''- 4 ".'T'. die' nt t.o tthe Ly.
This is Mary Newton, the General's child. Science, revolution. have become so used to revolu -; g next day.
about to perform a miracle, means to show how tions that it would seem as though .,. :, ambition, 'u, "-'.- '- .. ..- .." IL L T \ ,',
weak the hand may be that works the end of its i and- : become a uart of their ia- In .i order.
mightiest efforts. The infant Jove, as he played ture. President Dominiqu- was dethroned, and, l
with thunder, is paralleled in the child within the after being wounded and his secretary killed, he Apply at the 'Royal azette" Ofice 29
little hut. "Beauty leads us by a single hair." fled with his family to the Island of St. Thomas. Hamilton, Jan. 20, 1877. January 18, 1,77.


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Private Sale, or at Public Auc-
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THE PREMISES,
If not sooner applied for,


The 9th day of February next ensuing,


At I o'clock P.M.,

A LOT OF LAND
Together v;ith the T I \lBER thereon,
Comprisinig FOUR I\ND A H! LFP ACRE.
more or less, situated in Smiths' Parish, belong-
ing to the Estate of the late Samuel Spencer,
deceased, and bounded as follows, viz.,-North.
early and Westerly, by Lands late of Thomas
Spencer, Senr., deceased, and Lands of J. W.
Pearman; Easterly, hy Lands of said J. W.
Pearman, and Southerly by the Sea.
If set up at Auction it may, if necessary, be
put up in lots to suit purchasers, should one
person not be desirous of buying the whole.
Apply to
N. J. DARRE.LL,
Smithsi Parish.
Smiths' Parish, Jany. 9th, 1877.


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surgeons and Stew-
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11th February, 1877.

A large assortment of


FOR SALE
t the "Royal Gazette" Sta-
t onery Store.
qwyl*!lf. 1""k T_."' IQ,/-/-


tjIIiat .Pito ioiti njany., i Cd i7


N TWICE .


Fromn Shediac, N.B.,
Ex Brigt. T. II. A. PITT,
The following

\Vhich the Subscriber offers
CHEAP FOR CASH,


Onion
Tomato
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Garnet Planting POTATOES
Minnesota DO.
Early Rose DO.
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VWest Front St.. 1larnilton, Nov. 27, 1876.

Received by the Satellite
FROM LONDO.,
And for Sale at the Royal Ga-
zette" Stationery Store,
PLAYING CARDS-various patterns and
prices
Foreign PAPER-Blue, Green, Pink, Lilac,
Orange and White
ENVELOPES to match
Cream laid FOOLSCAP, LETTER and NOTE,
ruled and plain ENVELOPES to match
Pocket TABILETS, different sizes
Cricket BATS, WALLS, STIJViPS, Leg and
Knee GUARDS, GLOVES, SPIK ES, &c.
SCRAPS and Borderings for 'icrap BOOKS
Large and Small Brown Paper for Patterns, &e.
Indian CEMENT, for repairing all kinds of
Glass, China, &c.
Photograph FRAMES and ALBUMS, a rest
variety and at low figures
Golden Toy BOOKS Surprise Do. Do.
Napkin RINGS l)ate RACKS in variety
GAMES of Snap, Happy Families, Fright,
Ilickery Dickery Dock and lumpty Duinpty.
tHamilton, Jany. 15th, 1877.


" Eau" of Dr. Itoltz for
HAIR DYE.

S1IPIS \WATER ie of an entirely vegetable
composition, and its use is quite inof-
fensive.
Thanks to this peculiar quality which gives it
no rival, DI). IIOLTZ'S Hair D)ye has not the
disadvantage of the other preparations which
give to the hair ar. unnatural vulgarly color.
Guided by his medical knowledge and his
great chemical experiences, Du HOLTZ has
succeeded in the discovery of plants, which give
the richest balsamic dyeing and curative es en.
ces, and it is by this study that he succeeded ta
1oi!mpoiund a dye which may be styled as the
Regenerator by excellence of the chevelure.
GENERAL WAREHOUSE, IN PARIS,
La Corresponidam e Parioienne.
4 Rue de la Tacherie, 4.

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EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSER- [Written expressly for the Bermuda Royal Gazette.] PROSPECT GARRISON CROQUET CLuB.-There will We stated a fortnight since that it was probable Late from New York and Europe.
VATIONS. taken under the direction of the Principal Oriental and Occidental. be a meeting of the Prospect Garrison Croquet Col. R. M.Laffan, Commanding Royal Engineer at
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea Club on (This) Tuesday, the 30th instant. Band of Gibraltar, would be offered the Governorship of The Bark Eliza Barss, Captain Vesey in only
151 feet. SUOOGGESTED BY THE VICEROY OP INDIA PROCLAIMING the 46th Regiment at 83-30 p.m. Bermuda, which Major-General J. H. Lefroy, R.A., 4 days from New York, arrived at St. Georges
Wind Tomperature previous HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA EM- : l about to vacate on the expiration of his six years. yesterday with a full cargo of cattle, all safe and
9 9a.m. 24 hours. Rain. PRESS OF INDIA AT DELHI, January 1st, 1877. APPOINTMENTS Oi THE BERMUDA HUNT. e are now informed that Colonel Lafan's as- in prime order. -
.S ___,'_ ,_ gumption of the duties may be regarded as certain. The Eliza Barss has- been absent on this voyage
Date gM The recent Grand Ceremonial, in strict accord FEBRUARY.-Army and Navy Gazette, Jany. 6. but 17 days.
De q g 3 C 3 0 e Inch. with Oriental parade, which took place at Delhi on T, st-R6alermuaYaht We are indebted to Captain Veey for a e of
..Thursda4y, Ist---R6yal':Bermuda Yacht Club,'
SNew Year's Day, proclaiming Her BritanniMa- Tuesda, 6th-Eolia, (Captain reeks Residence.) Arrival of the Englishl Mail of 9th New York papers of the 24th instant.
7 --- ---o -- -- -- jesty Queen Victoria Empress of India, naturally Thursday, 15th-Riddle's Bay. January. Gold in New York on 23rd 106.
JN. 22 30448 s 1 763 654 1296 574 0-00 the West; what have been, and what are the rela- Tuesday 20th-Prospet. The R. M Steamer .eta, Captain.Shaw, with the The Russian Corette Bogatyr hs arrived at
23 30-297 sw 1 75-5 67-0 128-6 61-0 0"10 tions between them, and how far civilization gene- MAn. English Mail of the 9th instant, arrived at St. Georges Port Royal, S.C. The flagship Syetlana, was at
24 30-039 sw 2 73-9 64-6 121-6 610 060 rall is thereb affected All history starswith Thursday, Ist-The Ducking Stool. on Friday, at 3p.m. The Beta did not leave .Halifax Hampton Roads. The Corvette Askold andthe
25 30"155 N 2 58-7 53-6 120-0 47-0 0"04 th ih till 1 p. m. of the 23rd, having been detained 24 hours dispatch boat Cruiser, which, oompose the fleet,
26 30-391 N 2 62-7 50-4 128-6 39-7 0*02 mp at the ast has been the craeo by the prolonged passage of the Atlantic Mail.Steam- were yet to arrive.
27 30-415 o'Im 0 65-5 54-8 103-0 39*4 0.12 the human family which, as it has flowed West- THE LIFE AND EPISCOPATE OF EDWARD er Caspian, which vessel did not reach Halifax from There are 10 Russian Men-of-War in the Har-
28 30-003 sw 1 65-1 59-4 107-8 50-0 0"37 ward, assumed a variety of characteristics induced FEILD, D.D., LATE BISHOP OF NEW. Liverpool till a few hours before the Beta left. bour of San Francisco.
by physical causes and actual experiences. .The FOUNDLAND. We are indebted to Captain Shaw and other friends ear R n n o .
Total 1-25 dispersion of the human family, along the different A ",^.nlu bearin^g.. .titlehas. ... ...... for files.of.Halifax papers of the 23rd -intan. Secretary Robeson is not to be impe ed.
Westward Avenues, during the Patriarchal Times A fro ber.in thi. _. t tl ha ltl ierm The Beta'lef St. Georges for St. Thomas at 4 p.m. It is sald that the British Government bas ap.
.. .... and the several Hegemonies which the World has he i pre. It; i compi.l.ed by the ev. .. .Saturday, and will probably lie back on Tuesday morn- plied to that of the United States for permission to
Experienced, is a study of much interest, though W. Tucker, Assistant Secretary of the Society for inv, 6th Feby. ... use he Pacitc Railroad for the transportation of
| netsarily bound up wth obscure detail. thePropagation of the Gospel, and; published by Theon A. J. White, lat Commissioner of Crown troops from the British Province for service
S- The study of Ethnology is followed by many ex- Wells Gardener, of Paternoster Buildings, Lon- Lands, has been appointed Attorney Geer of Nova Puget Sound. There is every reason to believe
Th. sud. Ehnloyinfoloedbym hqex Ion .io..y Goua Nova,,
,r .. ort-> cellent results. It is impossible to enter into the As. ... ..a. that the concession will be granted. SWe may
Hamiltonl, January 30, 1877. history of a nation, to in any way sympathize with I As yet we-believe there is but one copy these EUROPE therefore says the N. Y. Herald expect soon to
Sit, without knowing something of its compositions, butWeQ pe by ai early importation to CONSTANTINOPLE., Jan. 18.--The Grad Council. have the City enlivened by the presence of several
if 'When we read of this, that an the other struglm, n^I make-it possible for all who' desire to possess them- of theEmpire meto-day. Midhat Pabsa made a hundred of H. M. Troops."
Colonial Secretarys- Ofice, unless we know something of its merits, we can in- e, ofdthis tw okto t t '. long speech, in which he gave an account of the The Bill empowerinm a Joint Committee to oent
JANUAY 29, 1877. deed have little interest in following it. To take a eep Meresoa ge.Turkncessions, which ovElectav or
SE ELLEsy s Tour GOEar Oe e orcible t exw mple, the pro ress en, thoughhe iendency ir.. of in h i.-t, G .. .... un'osyhreoecte the prennureyo poosorlnalso, amide sHout inhabit ant erer g overnment repudites the lo.eaner
T IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR forible example, th present t^ ofrey Go&J^ ^^ oncilia~tr io? had^ Md. He S ^r .111(s.^ ^



this; rnuve 'p ar te ev nm nsee 0 delt onoure gravity ofnthe yionetoo ,ne ,,d,,amade 0
po has received Her Majesty's Warrant ap- Unl ess wehava e m e.ofte faithfully through an unusually o p lngedEgpisrot -aof the o 4sthobpossibility of wk r tew
^ ^8 ~~~~~~~~Provinces of the Empire, we can form no correct in 8^,^ adeaedt esteem him very horrors attending it, the injury It -woria do to the avr~ife^^ hdbt a
George So users Tucker, Esquire, notion of the great difficulties which beset any highly, irlove for his work's sake. internal affairs of the country, the impossibility of y e e
to be a MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL of the Ber- settlement of the great problem, too well known to The Volu me consist of tree hunir pagea procuring funds for war, and the fact that Turkey MxIco-Pre den Da owi p
mudas or Somers' Islands christendom as ",The Eastern Question. The givesn outline of t Bishop's erlyyears n the could not rely on any alliance. Several speeches ofth ente Republic, excepting Sinaloa and
udas omers Islands. .ary difficulty in Turkey ih the too varied as- ministry,m his English country Parishbut chiefly followed, the most noteworthy being madle by the Chiuahua. Ex-President Lerdo had embarked
By Command, sortment of races and creeds, and how to deal of his diliget and arduous, labors in his extensive Greek and Armenian patriarchs. All the speakers for San Francisco. Much anxiety is expressed a
JAM ES TUCKER, with them is the question of the hoiar. Diocese, consisting of Newfoundland, Bermuda and repelled the idea of accepting theEurpean proposals. t what course the United States wll take in regard
SColonial Secretar The antagonism of races is one of the most appar- edptr of the Coa of Labrador; which he contanu- Midhat Pasha again pointed out the gravity of the -to Mexeo
Sent things in history, and has been at the founda- edto serve wth zeal and effiency for more than crisis, and the distress which woult-result from HAYTI AND FANE.-A dilty has arisen be
Hr .. C ^ ... T o ,tion of many important, as well ras lesse struggles, i y-two years. .. wr. After bearing all the speakers, the Council teen the Government of Hayti and the French
e Majesty rt Of Qater S- in the world's progress. And, though the tendency We cannot rear to quote at length, a noble unanimously rejected the proposals, amid shouts of Minister. The government repudiates the loan
Si01S of mhodterm civilization is to reduce this antagonism tribute .Paid to our departed Bishop by one of the IsDeath before dishoonor." 237 dignitaries and made by Frenchmen to President Dominguea.
HAMITON Tnuar95h, 177. to a minimum, by improved intercourse, we cannot foremost public n of our day.who is at oncea offals were present 6t the Council. A protocol EUROPEAN
The Worshi EwNPENIT Chrman; RICH. op foran ete annihilation of it.p Westward the Church of England.- of p roeedingswas drawn up, to which all who Mr. Delabunty, Hom lrhas been elected at
^J~~~t^ S 'S ^ ^en~~~~~~~~r ^ E^ ~~Theathorof his mmoir requse th ih ok r- the Council appended their signatures. aefrfoPrla ntbamariyo120
ARD J. P. DARRELL, MORRits A. M. FaRIT, THo.waxthendin ovr E uronop te ig ldrectionvso mgatindTeuto o4ni.mmoreuested the Right olprtmheonllpedeteisiaue.WteorfoPrlmetbamjriyo120
MAS N. DILL, and ARCHD. J. FRITH, Presiding. e ove r Hon. W E. Gladstone to assist him in his work by LoNDON, Jan. 19., p. m.-The result of the East- over the Liberal Candidate.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY, Esqr., Her Majesty's Attorney tlmen ithem nand4eon th A preparng a preface for it. er Conference is the subject of comment from all A fire broke out in the Stonehill colery, near
General, preferred four Bills of Indictment to the lan od th e e The:follwing te r is Mr. Gladstone's reply which, as the morning journals. B Bolton. on 28rd, while the men were at work. and
Grand Jury, of which THOS. SOUTHWORTH, Esqr, lantic sea board, and drivingg e ^to sl a testimony to Bishop Feild's personal faithfulness, he." Times". says There can be no doubt that is still burning. Fifteen miners are known to have
was chosen foreman-Vis.- e terea inm ake w ur and the valie of his work in the Service of Chrit ussia is in a-dffimcult position, between a war from perished. It is impossible to recover the bodies.
The Queen o s. John Isack. Unlawfully wounding [the advanvecwoing estard has' progressiventure and as affevi.dnce of the estimate formed of him wstit can expect no permanent advantage, and There is no news of any importance so says the
True Bill. Pleaded Not Guilty. Tried and founded aboubgb iytrthhe dayl o themigh tyEaste.ne.i by those n`1qua'fi.ed to._judgsin the Church at ahpledge, whcbh, ifr not*redeemed, will discredit tondon paper fathe23rdnlosat. In theEast
GaolE Ginen L the Tf..W"tswio.
Guily. ent oend tHbe further omprioned nn ireswt h eal whs itre esilhome leaves nothing to -be desired. t.h des nfe o,,t bneassumedd hr sammnaylladteei o vn
Gaolit)teTw fHmltnfrFunlna SS ^iX e^^h that the decisin frpec o arwllncs^sarily^
Months and during such imprisonment to be kept at ack much information, westward of .the seat of _HAWADEN, September 18th, 1876. be made at once." much information as w d justify even the most
hard labour, except on the days excepted by law, and Imperial sway was to be found a new quarter DEARiB,--I .was. not--personally acquainted Russia has sent fresh orders to th ntd States moderate speculation as to the result.
except on every Wednesday and Friday, to be kept teeming with more energy than the gorgeous East- witl Bishop Feild.,. and I am, m regard to him Sim. for-large quantites o arms andamtUntiteSon The Ambassadors of the six European Powers
in sohlitary confinement and fed on bread and water ern sections, where life had become stereotyped by ply one of the public ;,.any sketh .therefore drawn "o i ''"' have presented their Charges d'Affairs to the Grand
onl instead of the usual gaol allowance of diet. a gradation of causes and where luxurious ind0. by me would be wholly wanting, in the vital condi- CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 20.-Asupplementary con- Vizier, preparatory to their lea vit Turkey.
The ueen s. Danl. Ramsey. Unlawfully wounding lence, produced by an easy natural abundance, ia tion of individuality, nor would the defect be com- e e was held t-day. Lord Salisbury declared n N p a h
True Bill. Pleaded Not Ouilty. Tried and found leaving'its own marks too certainly.* Westward it I pensa ted by my qordjl aedd ration for his character. that the Porte having refused the chief guarantee Secall te ae Chief desies peace wit the
"Not Guilty* was otherwise, and far otherwise the more distant It is ideed, I 'ear,'true that not the whole buta demanded by the Powers, there was no longer any ranva epu .
The Queen vs. John Rolls. Unlawfully woundin.Te:epapbsn blwtecmomai ic
The Queen s d John Rolls. Unlawfully wounding. the theatre from'the luxurious Capital. The path part of our Colonial Episcopat has-sunk below the commonbasis for discussion, and the conference The German Ambassador has given friendly as-
True Bill. Pleaded Not Guilty. Tried and ound was one often of difficulty, nature herself called for level established for it thirty or thirty-five year's therefore must be regarded at an end. surances to the French Foreign Minister.
guiltyy ofcommon Assault. Sentendeoto .payrA genius toograpple with her many obstacles to pro- ago by the Bishop ditose.days. Gen. Ignatieff spoke similarly. -. A new Russian loan for 8146,000,000 14 impend-
Fine of X2 and failing to pay suchnfine spore similarly. -m A.... o 1
soned in the Gaol of the Tow of St. George for one gress. And so the Orientalist on a Westward route But how high a level it, was! and how it-lifted The Conference then broke up. -Sallobury- ad. ing.. '
calendar mont unles sh e be soonr paid had either to retreat or succumb, if he failed to the entireheArt of the Church of Englad So that Ignatiff leave on Monday,andother:plenipotenti- A daespatch from Vienna says the journals there
C alend lar m onth unless such finel be s oone ai h d i hr to and! -' .o.. -
The Queen vs. William Walsh. Unlawfull wounding, meet the ever recurring obstacles which. beset him. -he who with conteent and *a noble thankfulness ares i the course of the week. The departure of report that tbe Turkish Ambassador, at a Ion
True Bill. Pleaded Not Guilty. Tried and found. Thus necessity in the first instance, -even while on buried himselffor:1ife in..the frost and fog-of New. the ambassadors does notimply a rupture ofdiplo- consultation in Pesih on 23rd, onTurkev's future
Guilty. Sentenced to be imprisoned in the Hamil- the march, began to mould into a different being foundland .was, in truth one of the most effective matic relations, as charges d'affairs remain, course, informed Count Andras that the Porte
ton Gaol for the t.nrm of 3 Calendar months, and the Westward Pilgrim And, during the Nomadic laborers in, arwell ats for, the Church at home. : t ONDON,"Jan:'22.---The Sp ctator" characterizes 1htended to make peace with S,-via and Montene.
during such imprisonment to be kept at hard labour, days of these races, these conditions were the more iaiy ayany B shop at-.ope has set and the resultof the Conference as j humiliation. for gro, and requested Andrass's mediation.
except on the days excepted by Law. ,fulfilled; and, in subsequent generations, whein- sets usahigh example;'but so high as Bishop; 'Eui0oDie i6asmuch as all thb great powers united in .. ..
more settled habits of life were adop-ted, the exer- Feild, in labor and sacrifice for Christ, it is hardly, making demands. The Saturday Review" thinks. A despatch from Constantinople ayslt abse.
CUSTOM HOUSE.-HAMILTON, cise of still greater-energies from day td day, and from theirposition, given them-to his rise. May the,Turks, in setting Russian demands ati defiance, Coneren has ian eneaoe oueote
CLEARED. in climate more conducive to personal activity, the his memory aBg-be as bight as his rest is be04seh4- offended all lthe Governments of Eiurope The one a .gn,. e n_... .n negotiate .
January 25-Mail Steamer, Canima, Liddecoat New descendentsof .the original immigrants ,became in believee me, faithfully, yours, Economist" -says .that war alone can now settle ppi teat ih Turey. .a P ac-a as yet
York ; 326 bis potatoes, 331 boxes tomatoes, 1 cedar fact distinct peoples from tlheir forefather`,ahd : E. GLS TONE the Eastern Question.. .... Otpoes .suhe ,curs. <:
log. \ o Tl- ^ ordiffered among themselves, as the circumsitances of -H is.sregiorted thatM.`Bourgany,-the French.'e A Berlin despt says ftytwodifferet ra
26-Brigt. Pownal, Jaffries, Charleston, S. 0C. their existence, andthe special causes of ;their de-- v .,, oy., had a fight in the Conference with Edietih way administration haveee noied that after
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE. development made them. -'Thus isafforded an easy au r 'tMeeting was-held in this P ha.Thef.eroffende t tha,. .. probability be
ENTERED J n Town one day last week, for the purpose of ascerea g dcu coll a a a e r et a

Jany. 25-R. M. Steamship Beta, Shaw, Halifax ; nd: so we may closely follow r rthesel"finity of ...he a eeti ng was unanimously of opinion that it concessions, which it refused under compulsion. A telegram from Blacharest reports that th e

26-Brigt. Fairfield, Morris, London; 190 tons slate, operating causes. ; wouldbe desirable to form a Volunteer Corps, and Vienna journals say the prospect of Russia be. Roumanian reserves are belng sent home until
840 blis. kerosene oil; inward cargo of Brigt. Titus. h So far we see the result of migration from the w ere moreover of opinion that there th, e no dithe- ing left to deal alone wh Turkey is rather favor March. This is in harmony with the belief that
andize.--Agent, J. M. Hayward. the.Port. .....volntar-l..........

26-Barque Tamaris, Petitot, New York;: inward East, any vicisd settlement in the West, brought abl county s, unavoidablyabingtheme of oe'hundred persons able to peace Russia does notis now said intend to beg hotilftiefer before
27-R. Steamship Beta, Shaw, St. Thomas; mails, the necessities of increasing population making or- "ife e' n a was in in t it e can ins the freedom of the Dardanelles. A telegram from Paris ay o ial returns ahow
and 36 bl. and 2 boxes potatoes. n, ginal areasoperatigcauses. o uld be desirable to form a Volunteer Corps, and Vienna journals Say podt of the Tioestelegrah that the revenue from indirect tantion for the


TPASSENGERS ARRIVED An d withal ye may trace a fulfilling oi[th .Divne ?o~yout @ecer emeigrlmnr tp tat Ritesia is beginning jo reprinet ib the powers year 1876. which'was estimated at 1,952,488,000t0.
In the R. M. Steamer eta from Halifax -Lt.- Schemesoby manwe in his thus enlagof gthe h on from the h were moreover of opinion, that there w be nCorps ifor tnat thederands of the Conference having been amounted to 2,105,759000f., or 87,386,000f., more
26--Brqu amars, Peitot Now ork : inwrd Est, ad setlemet inthe Wst, rough abot;Lby eu.t, m o~b.t~mn-by amestt (m 'nunreu erson ablIloipace... ussi doesnot ntendto bgperhsonlties efor

Colonel Gore RA., Lt W. Gore, 87th egt., Mr his abode until the whole aotted ea his t e te whole snd with compa or detachments in each rejected, it devolvesupon Europe to more for. than in 1875,
Largo sugarr from Havana a love nant birthright-shour be ettled a nd mad'subje yi to Paish or o districtsas the Parishes may be divided cile a wil probably drote SlaonidaA dispatch from Madrid sanitation I that the Governor
n27-R. M. Seamship Beta, DShaw, St Thomas;mails, the necessities of increa sing population making or- mt e e i o the ber of Member ol it she an gain the reedomof the Dardanelles Blbarasm o ras i e
ST-^T~~~~r8."A^'nn^^ fe~~~~~~ t0 '- In tea aearls dy toNodi etlnetsinrerow-eihou hmlEcrcspn o dtS S. orale Clhumaner gner ftb ouhbode ,ltoW ^^ e umiftt


d Ga rs. A onely, ^ra. Sales Mrs* ten untenanted West we must suppose some sort drill at the most convenient place in' its iAtrict, the Shore and Michigan Railway shot himself at. hs o
and 36 b s. and 2 boxes potatoes. ofrelations subsisting between the Parent Stems several companies eting together oTe a year for homeinClereland ent of the Tiies telegraps t special despatch from Berlin aya that co.
H"tc hinsdSt.eTooma.pridwardus disper And these, very ] general drill r m -reliminar.... mercial seecourse between Russia ad Cina
In thEliza arsw from New Yorkd Cata All re as wthal we mayust teracessarufily have been, are the The moventet iseof course dependent upon the a Rn h was come to a complete standstill owing to a prot



in he izz ^rssfro ^e YrkCapelnAl en.s of a^ commerce-the rise, progress and the royal1 and engouragement it may receive from the b -- ... hbitory decree issued by the Chinese government.
PASSENGERS AIED presentstrength which between the Great East oalandTperiaGove ent. andweseeno To the Editor of the oyal Gazette. The decree is prompted by suspions aroused by
In the R.ail Steamer Leam tom Nalifork--nt.- Scheme ,.y ma_ n ;, mf'<, hsuenar gmgthehmktsof. h.. f, n t t t .... t of t amounted to2105 5 00 "







Thursdaylail :-Mr. aed Mrs.W Eo. Teaolk Mr. and the .til Greater West is an all absorbing vo- Te ibod osl, reglar, troos r seed Cors Sr,-AS .the letter from your correspondent Colo Pr ,el 9, .,por epeito, m
and Mrs. J.eD. Nutter, Mrs. J. B. Zuill, Mrs. Elliott lme. We may picture to ourselves these pioneer should not be cospaness. or deaehmn Rubrie r ict to-day's Gazette contains statements ovolvesuponEuropeotlonmoreoi.eha eufo,
Smith, Dr. Hustace, Messrs. W. Lean, Samuel M. bands orcig their way with many struggles and as o which may be misleading to some, I o wold ask to wh"h a en yathnrom ids indicate hostile deh
Davisn James Shand, John Cox Watlington, William keeping up a communction as much aa possibl .. be .... a few.,or... signs.
Cox, L. G Rollin, John H. Cole, Captain Davis.- with the East, whence they would cast many a For the Bermuda Royal etter says-ewhichis true enough.that -none of b n' o o t e
Second Carin,. Mrsa William Rouse and Son, Mrs. kindly eye, on which they would bestow many a "TlE ROSE OF ..NDEN those'wo answered his first letter allude to Phi A ViAulMoDs HOAX.-A joke i8 a very good
Frances Francisco Maria Anthea Martin and child n pleasing thought, as their home much more luxuri- gh. e e peans II. 10, as an authoritysfor bowig at ht e thing in Sos way y a practical joke is seldom alto
nd CanON Mr 0s. A cDonelry, Mrn.iSntaple o. t ntdenactived eth e mssuose of meso ther pree? mot onveini a)ine hJenusand trittth S oreandhMJchigand ia, shot himself geaiser irreproachdblebut maybe -o butoneley
IsabFly Aden .-aSteerage, Wm. Rouse and 11 others. tion sus co ing between stem ofrnte Where the deadeind wogded lay. e conclusion tiht we hold that the Bible gives us no perpetrated on .the Admiralty was thoroughly re
In the d M. Steamer Bea, for St. Thomas:-Miss r hene .b Wher the trible fi warrant for the practice. prehensible. and if the originators of it can be caught
Mary Jones, Lt. C. Davis, Messrs. Tohn H.Sterling tween theEat anda the West, the latter giving re erril tght I am sure he does m not, for a moment, imagine they deserve to be punished. A telegram was re
T. B.hinO.,0 S. Bradford, Wm. Ross, .. R. R. coarserarticles in return for the eries, and lu p arkened heavens fairgeint a rethat those who framed the Canons-from whichbe revived at the Adi btohce, Queen town.ordering
ners. 2nd Casin-N. E. Rogersw H. P. Russell. 0. res of the fo.er., The. caravan trade between ,eFrom early morn tilhaight,; T quoted-did not study the Hily oScrfpenuresd. Now the ghb-at Go.shawk to at s nde proceed to Gibral-
P.Smyth. S Asia and Europe, and the dispersion throughout a mWhere ;. othe qaiweseYale n reo we bow at the Name of Jesus, the naaene which is tars us w orded b
preen sregmoz nzn evee meraa ..,, ......... : ... .. .. ,., .b _i ore wa p o yode thatobd
In the ailSteaer antna or Nw Yrk-on ..... .w~r nez~tnuces mtqet~on xom m reene oza t a "


E.urope these caravan cumulatios ,wuld prove The bullets fell likhail
The Packet Brigt. Excelsior hence at New or on Prove Teuls f ke hai above every name, because we believe from,.the .peted .it of being a forgery. The men on leave
Monday 22nd instant, in a passage of .6 days. '.f fertile m interesting details. We are alloonversant Making each heart to fail, most plain and emphatic teaching of those Scrip. were beaten, up, the crew mustered and, within
Steamer G-lenyle, hence t New York Jany. 22. with the commercial energies of Tyre and Sidon All round,. the. trampledclay, l t itares, hat Jesus is God: space would not! permit twenty-four hours, the vessel was off for Gibraltar
Steamer' 6tengy le, hence at New York; Jany, 2 2. All i. .,..... .e- u o is God: t-,. ,- ul,--n.,t-per.mit" ".
H. M Tro shi Tamar from Halifax N" band ow Solomon shewed his wisdom m also-par-- ;Recked from the bloody fray : me to bring forward the many passages from the in abomladbly bad weather that made everybody apt
iH. ed TSp it nTmar from Haifax, N.S., ar tic-ipating in the commercial profits of the Eastern ihich had bee waged that day "'Word of God which prove this, norisi necessary, prehensofhe fate- She had not been gone long
Yrved at Spithead on lst uary trade. In time the Mediterranean became a great Then inid th a,?na...f for I am not writing in answer to tho who d he another. despatch arrived asking if the Gos.
Then nmd te aneran de
The Duchess, the Viola and the Lady Milnje, were up Avenue of Commerce, and various have been .the....... ,.auIne a e ieb"" .... ... belve-rln"Clirs't im'i"i s eident w d et'or Galway, to wh the authorities
at -London-f&r Bermuda Jany.. 6, the tw~o -16rmer report- nations that have participated i71*it. from ,the ii Paru-s....I-to gain," el!4- f "Rubric" hi kelfis a firm believer in thbiixiv~in i'lieht h adgn o irltrarrdrd
pd to leave "onthe 10th, and the last named, on th- est imes to the .present dayNotaobly Inh e Jusm ior a -a brief#oubcanektheonyeh1
The, Steamer, P.rit reported ashore on Chatham die ages we have the great States of Genoa and .There at my feet a rose Saviqurof the world Admiralt noto the eretrator of thi bo n
Beohwas itdated to.be breaking up on 22nd. Part of Vonice largely engaged in this commerce. And to Dirfits swoeet!fiower mid asd ... t -he, o ..... .t .... a 4 e. .
her'eaeoh b en save othe .tT lo_ ly.. .... d o. tl-s day- aloteNthee Brenofr Jasu thougnthe Ty- Mid th fierce conificts woes lo. reveen, ame of Jesus, in obodi, i, Sh iifi'l..talt, he.. d.hatbche se forgeries siw.
The 9teamer Georyge Cromwvell still. not heard of., tel '-the'od
'!btamrf^ Cr^^tilothedo. rol,.may be.see'nvillages which were'ounded as Smiling up into. my face to Canon 18, theW rdb God.'; ty-threp liw a wesre placed in grep
A ~ stations for traders iakiang:their way from Venice With a soft tender grace Rubro isappy, deed, ftl l e a also established, for gunboats of the Goshawk a
THE ALABAMA AWARD.-It is said that President to the north of Europe with the; rich merchandize Tf that horrible-place ., there are thoe, hi bur. days, iini 'professing are not looked Upon as vessels fit tor.longsea voy.
Grant intends soon to send a message to Congress of the East. And, m passing, we mayremarkwhat..., hough there was anger around Christians,'whodondt-believe in the ivine Na- ages a atttryeaso oftheyeal. The Admiralty
suggesting that the surplus of the sum awarded, an important impetus this trade. received. fromth Yet springing up from. the ground ture of our Lord and Savidur,-.v i6 yetInade his, .tlegraphed to ever so many point on the French
(upwards of .48,3 000,000,) by the Geneva Comm- contests between Christendom and Paganism which Love's emblemthere was found. heart sad: our lo has ot been such a fortate ad Spanish coassin.hope ofntercepting theabip
... .. .,,. ...Love's emblem~there was found. ..hatsd u' ha itbe m
sioners be invested in United States Bonds and the have been dignified, with the title "Crusades, how on.e -. ..... : : infrmn I etan that h. ,e ad
interest thereon paid out in bounties -to American Europe confronted the West outskirts`of the East Ten ca me-he"ruhingf et.' I cantor myself say, tibtit tis'ih no Pharishical itt f erl e' ene s eah
shipbuilders. The U. S. CommissionErs, after pay... and how the, several, countries of Europe became ..... umelin .in..d.. .'e"... spirit, I obey the Canon and make "dpeand lowly Vigofntowhi he was forced by stres of-weather
ing liberally all just claims-and many which wue'e the better known to each other by the.preahing of : revere ncewhen.in time of Dii e, th nd it mayeasiy be imagined what the feel
not quite so, only because they had a large amount- the crusades. At all events Pisa, Genoa and Venice Crushed in the horrid fray Lord Jesus is .mentioned,"' and'it seems toe that ings of officerr and men were when the learned
of Englishgold at their command-there still ie- reaped special advantages and the wealth of,these Therose alltramplelay isinuationsiowouthatthose.w wouldex- a theragnye
gained a sufficiency to shew that the demands of cities largelyincrieasecl.- A-nd it.is to thee Medi- In the blood moistened, clay ".. pess their feelings of devotion to: their .ivine in the dischargeofd utlb...obedine to the
ti United states Government had been excessive, val centres of great trade that, we tracethe rudi- .Both stem and branch were cleft Lord., in accordance with the teaching of -td -aprile ofsome r-asalsh Tdie vo a hoie Dav
the United :,tares Government bad, been excessive, val centres of great trade "th at we-trace the rudi- Bohse uiruc eecft"
and the award much too large. All the Ameritanr-" etentry nciples wh-ch o larate"modorem Stillthere the-roet-was-left .. -, "hr bidede.onlcripture, do so in such a spiift,,.entfl one-thriceithe Gshawk d utba
Government asked for was for satisfaction for losses; commerce has lagely,adaped to its immensely de- ,.- Though' of. its flowers bereft. are not very charitable, andfiet-bnt litle cdit toVigO and whe s did ucee in fkinthe
all that could in any way be proved have been met, veloped trade. What- the results to the world And where the strife had been on those who make.them. ---- passAesehad moe tnoe ep
andstill a very large surplus remains. Has the would have been had, the great commercial cities of Soon other flowers were seen ... ith regard tothe statempht that some of "the total destruction / u e p -.
American Government any right to appropriate this Italy been united in heart and purpose, a very And branches clothed in green. Canons are obsolete" presume we all knew that, .
surplus to any other purpose than contemplated by Wide and a very interesting speculation. H Faih tw wthelfth i eem are not ob. .. ,
,, ,: ,. ., ... How-e'er Faith's blossoms sweet
the Geneva Commissioners, and especily for one (TOe Continued.). : Down stricken ar by beat solete" and that'With them, the,Eighteenth still The Excutive Council of the Dominion Board of
which would operate in favour of their own ship. st e remain favour of their own shp Trade among many other things tn thefannual re,
builders, and against the shipbuilders of a country ;: ruiseond ith regard to what is said about "alms-giv- port, state that it is e opinion of many practical
to which this money legitimately belongs? Should A person representing himself as a commercial And Hdpe can scarce maintain ng if the argument made useof proves aything men that more lose are occasioned by nsea-
Aesnrpeetnghmefaacmmril md cefiand mstlca ine g ffthe argument' made use of proves'-a~ythxg e htmr ossaeocsoe yusa
it not rather be returned into the English Treasury traveller, but whose name is not given, went to the Mid death anl mortal pain it would prove that the practice of giving in the worthy seamen than by unseaworthy ships.
: "~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Life, where it-i roots remain ;.cogeaonsod eaoihdatgte Ido FvhudefmlesfSouIdasrety
whence it was by false pretences obtained ? Police Station at Halifax on the 20th instant, and root reman. congregation should be abolished altogether I'do ive hundred families of Sioux Indians recently
-- insisted on being arrested as a bigamist, alleging E'.eu from the blood-soaked mould not suppose Rubric" would recommend' that such engaged in hostilities with the United States, have
The total loss of the Gloucester Fishing. Fleet that he had one wife in Bermuda and another in Faith shall its life power hold abolition should be carried out. : crossed the boundary into Canadian territory and
last year was 27 vessels, aggregating 1693 tons, St. John, N.B. He was persuaded that St.'John And flowers again unfold. : Yours truly encamped near Wood Mountain. The Indians are
and $150,000 worth of property-insurance $116,- was the place for him to get the warrant, arid he LOTOPHAGUS CHURCHMAN. peaceably disposed and no trouble is apprehended,
221-and 212 lives, went away intending to get a ticket for that city. January, 1877. .. .. ;. 23rdJahnuary, 1877. "They are permanent ettlers.






AAAEMUFDA RlOYAL GAZI~Trh


CRICKET. Special
A match was played at the Naval Ground, Som- e cUl
erset, on Tuesday the 23rd January, between an
eleven of the Bermuda Cricket Club and an eleven A SPECIAL and Im
selected from H. M. Ships Rover," Argus," and the PEMBROKE
"Bullfnch," which resulted in a victory to the be held
Civilians. They won the toss and elected to go to
the wicket, and succeeded in making the fair score of THIS ( Tuesd
68. Their opponents then went in but were disposed At 7'30
of for 37; and after an interval of three quarters of
an hour, the Civilians again took the wicket and At their Club Room.
made, for Bermuda, the large total of 119, Messrs. pected to be present.
Frith and R. F. Hunt scoring 50 between them. By Order, T
This left the Naval team 150 runs to get to win, but
as only twenty minutes of the time agreed on re-
mained their second innings was unfinished, they
S having scored 5 and lost two wickets. The weather
was al that could be desired, and it was agreed on January 30, 1877.--pd
all hands that a very pleasant day's amusement had
been had. The full score is appended. Notic tc
B. 0. C0C
First Innings. Second Innings. --
R Gray, e. Thacker, b. Ba- A ndL Persons inter
ring 10 e. and 6. Baring 8 Schr. LLIE"
A. Gilbert, b. Baring 2 Run Out I Reefs, and afterwards
W. R. Heney, b. Thacker 0 6. R. Robinson 2 into Port, are requested
m t'HR >TT,,.,. AThacnbe. -3. & t. Robinson n 6 u A m L',..... ....


a. Yr* VV4. V..JU'. a.a,- ------- -
S. H. Gilbert, c& and b. Ba- e. Thacker, 6.' R.
ring 17 Robinson 6
W. J. Frith, c. Lloyd, &. Ba-
ring 2 6. Jermaine 30
O. Ingham, o. Robinson, b.
Baring 0 6. Jermaine 12
R. F. Hunt, c. Henderson, 6. e. Pocklington, 6.
Baring 2 Jermaine 21
B. T. Gray, not out 11 e. Pocklington, b.
Jermaine 0
E. Walker, b. Thacker 0 Not Out .11
F. Misick, b. Baring 1 6. Jermaine 3
Byes 4, Wides 16 20 Byes 4, Leg Byes
2, Wides31 19
Total 68 Total 119
NAVAL EVxRzv.


*ond Innings~


First Innings. See
B. R. King, run out 5
A. J. Pocklington, b. R. Gray 0
W. B. Harvey, b. R. Gray I
Catain Lloyd, e. Walker, 6. R.
ray ... 0
Capt. Jermaine, e. Heney,. b, RB.
Ir. A. Baring, e. B. Gray, 6. A.1
Gilbert 0
F. 0. Good, run out 3
G. W Henderson, c. Ingham, 6.
A. Gilbert 0
R. F. Henderson, not out 1
J.L. LRobinson, lb.U6., 6. A. Gil-'
bert "0
Thacker, Corporal, b. A. Gilbert 0
.. Byes 2, Wides 10, Leg Byes 1 13
Total 37


Mr. Roy, Montreal City Attorney, has been sent
to England from Canada to argue cases before H.
M. Privy Council.
Her Majesty the Queen has acknowledged the
presentation of the Album by the Lacrosse team
that went to England last year.
Six tons of gold from San Francisco, under
guard of twelve cavalrymen, reached the Sub.Trea.
sury New York on 18th instant.
S uits to the aipount of $1,600,000 are now pend.
nug against the City of Montreal.
The British Steamer Lotus is at New Haven
partly loaded with arms from the Providence Tool
Company for the Turkish Government. She is to
receivethe largest cargo of cartridges and shells
ever shipped by the Winchester Arms Company.--*
N. Y. Journal of Commerce, Jany. 13.
f*"J The Rev. PROfFssOR PARKxR, of Darmouth
College. U.S., is expected to preach in Warwick
Presbyterian Church on Sunday next at 11 am.
COTTWR'S BeRMUDA.--Any person having a copy
will confer a favour by loaning it to the Editor of this
Gasette-
BIRTH, Jany. 24, at Hamilton, the Wiar of James
E. Addis, Esqra,. Assistant Paymaster, Commissariat
" Department, of a DAUGHiTER.
.......,-HouGHTON-On the 31st ult., at the B.N,
Hospital, Haulbowline, the WIFE of R. W. Houghton,
Esqr., of a DAUGHTE.-Cork Constitutioc, Ja*, 3.
MARRIED, on the 13th inst., at 145 Lockman St.,
(Halifax, N.S.,) by the Rev. J. B. Uniaecke, Rector of
St. George's, GEOROB LAWLESS, Esq.. R.N., of H. M.
S. "Bellerophon," third son of the Rev. George Law-
less. MA., to Minnie Albro, youngest daughter of
Philip W. Creighton, Esqr., of Halifax.
........, at St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, London,
Deer. 21st, 1876, EDWARD HOSKINS, Esqr., to REBEC-
CA, second daughter of the late Edward Thompson,
Esqr., of Dover, England.

DIED, in Hamilton Parish on the 24th instant, after
a long and painful illness, Miss SARAH LuTIciL
SSMITH,. 4th daughter of David and Bina Smith,
aged 23 years and 5 months, leaving father, mother,
four sisters and one brother, and many other relatives
and friends, to mourn their loss.-(Com.)


e. Hunt, 6. R
Gray
Not Out


l.b.w., b. A.
Gilbert
Not Out


Total 6


Notice.

sportant MEETING of
ROWING CLUB will

3y) E VEA IJG,
o'clock,
Every Member is ex.
V. J. LIGHTBOURN,
President,
R. A. YOUNG,
Secretary,

SSalvors.
ested in extricating the
and Cargo from the
assisting in getting her
I to meet at the Office of


AM. A. M. I rIT, fsqrl., uat i .ti-,
/To-morrow, Wednesdaqy,
31st Instant.
For the purpose of presenting their claims
for adjustment,


Hamilton, Jam. 30, 18


JNO. O W L E,
i77.


BY AUCTION,


To-morrow, Wednesday,
31st inst., 12 o'clock,
4 T THE OL 0 ST'.,'D,
I WILL SELL,
WITHOUT RESERVE,
BEDSTEADS BUREAUS
S CHAIRS WASHSTANDS
TABLES MATTRESSES
CROCKEhY GLASSWARE i
Kitchen UTENSILS, &c., &c.
The Property of a person leaving the Island.
ALSO,
FLOUR, FISH and other Provisions
DRY GOODS
And whatever else may turn up in time for
the Sale.
JOHN HARNETT,
Auctioneer.
Hamilton, Jany. 30, 1877.
For Benefit of Underwriters and
Small Concerned.
SBVY AUCT TON8,
WILL ISIE 5SO'L ,,

On Thursday next,
1st Proximo, At 12 o'clock,

Five Thousand Feet
SPRUCE UBO A tD S,
More or Less.
The same being a portion of the Cargo of
S Sohr, "Elle," from Halifax, N.S.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.,
Autioneers.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Jan. 29, 1877.*

COD FISH.

TH E Undersigned will Receive
by CANIM \" due on MONDAY Next,
.5th Proximo,


50 Drums Codfish,
112 Lbs. each.
Which will be Sold on Arrival at Reasonable
Rates.
B. W. WALKER 4. CO.
HaIrilton, Jany., 29th, 1877.

WANTED
To Borrow on Mortgage of Valu.
able R[eal Estate
100.


Interest at seven per cent. will be paid for
Just opened same
And for Sale a the Royal Gazette" Station- For further particulars apply to
-. ery Store I MR. REGINALD GRAY,
An Assortment of Hamilton.
COMIC and OTHER Jany. 30, 1877

Hamilton a i. 29, 1877. S gar Charcoal!
t Liberal discount to the Trade I 0

Jri Awndt7 rTHE VUDBRSIGl.VD
S lave received the following ex chr. Racer"
'," .... "--* "I fro0n Demeraru.,
RSONS in Bermuda wishing A a
to become Subscribers to the LONDON UG A R-an Barrcls
-A RT UNION for -the current year, will please White Crystahized Vacum Pan
forward their names to the Subscriber in all the Yellow Vacuum Pan, and
present eek. l Muscovado-Choice Grocery
e' *eek.. P WC:H.A ICOAL--in Sacks
D. NIMPHAE E E., R Peruvian GUANO--in Bags
: H. onyB.Sretary, Beramuda. The above will be sold at Low Rates for
January 29, l77 CASI,.
I. e. i et -~e "r S, S. INGHAM & Co.
:''W:'An, mergent Meeting ot the r, 8C
' "',.- chAtlantic Phnix Lodge, No. 224, G. I. I J
S?-, takes place at the Masonie Iltll,
Hamilton, on Thursday Evening, 6-30. FOP rSal
Hamilmon, January 29th, 1877. t h Baqu
8 EED PO Td TOES. Te a
:!:: Red' T-ELZA,

400 Bis. Garnet Red' i 43 Tons
Carefully selected for Seed, With StAILS, B OA TS, JA..
Expected per Brigantine Excelsior" ina few UHORS and CHAINS, &c., &:., &c.
days. Apply to
S S. S. INGHAM & Co. A.1L. U. TTERFILD.
January 2, 1877.' Hamilton, Nov. 7th.-cont. 8p 0t.


A auction of


The Auction Sale of Dry Goods at
J.A y IwO 0 D 's
ST. GEORGE'S,
WILL BE CONTINUED
On Thursday next,
1st February.
Sale to Commence at 12 o'clk.
T. TODDINGS,
a/ Auctioneer.
January 29th, 1877. /


Unreser ed Sale.



Will b Sold

IN THIS TOWN,
At 12 o'clock,
On Thursday next,
The 1st February,
MATERIAL
For about
I0,0()00 ONION BOXES
0, 0 8,000 Tomato Box ENDS
100 Bundles LATHS for Tomato Boxes
10,000 feet Oak PLANK and BOARDS
5,000 feet Spruce SCANTLING
20 Spruce KNEES.
The above will be sold on accommodating
terms to approved purchasers.
J. S. DARRELL.
St. Georges, Jan. 29, 1877.
Colonist please copy.
For the Benefit of Owners. Under*
writers and all Concerned.

BY AUCTION,
WPil be Sold,
ON CHAPMAN'S WHARF,
I TZI TOWN,
On Thursday next,
The 1st Proximo,
ABOUT
125 Bbls. PLOUi
60 Bags OATS
53 Boxes flHERINGS'
Damaged by Sea-water n board the Sohr,
" ADDIE M. HAINES," Moulton, Master, on
a voyage from New York bound to Guadao
loupe, and on Survey recommended to be sold
as above.
J. S. DARRELL.
St. Georges, Jany. 29, 1877.
NEW GOODS
From London via Halifax per Beta.

TJust Opening,
A II.NDSOAlI' ASSORTMENT
11LLINER GY GO0 DS
Iyy MISS OLIVE,
Front Street, Hamilton
January 30th, 1877.*


Wanted.

A SIIPW aI HT
AND,
A MUSIOX&aN,
For II. M. 9. Bullfinch," at once.
Apply on board.
January 9.9, 1877.-lpd

Lost.
L EFT on a Chair, at the Naval Sports, Som-
e rset, on 20th inst.,
A LARGE SCARLET WORSTED
Shawl.
Whoever brings it to the Porter R. N. Hos,
pital, shall receive FIVE S1I1LLI yGs reward.
Ireland Island, 29th Jan., 1877.

Wanted.
By a small Family in this Town
4 Cwoik,
A nd a
House Servant.
The latter must be able to Sew eatly-Good
reference required.
Apply at the Office of the "Royal Gazette."
Jany. 29, 1877,
SMITHS PARISH,
27th Jan., 1877.
NOTICE.


T -HE Amount Advertised in this
SGazette of 16th as lost, has been found and
returned.
No blame is attached to CuARLFS OUTER-
BRIDOE the Bearer of the same.
JOHN T. PENISTON.

For Sale,


By Grove Stend, of New York.
PRICE 20.
Apply at the Office of the Royal Gazette"
Paget, January 29, 1877.-3


Notice.
pIt HE UNDERSIGNED beg to "offer their
E Services as usual for the Shipping of
IBermutda Produce
To New York.
All Shipments at risk of Owner or Grower until
net proceed are paid by Consignees to our or-
der in New York which order shall attend each
shipment.


J. T. DARRELL & Co.
Hlamilton, Bermuda, ?
Jany. 29, 1877.


Colonist copy twice.

Notice
To Farmers and other persons
terested in
S3rmnua a robuce.


THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to give
their personal attention during the coming Crop
Season to all Shipments either by the weekly
Steamer or fast sailing Vessels to the consign-
ment of
Messrs. l. BE.NfE TT 4' Co.,
156 West Street,
NEW YORK.
Sales guaranteed with prompt returns.
S. S. INGHAM & Co.
Hamilton, o0th Jan., 1877.-4
GEo0. W. PENCVRA
Commission Merchant,
Vesey Pier, Washington Market, New York.
A LL Persons desirous of Shipping to the
above Address will be afforded every ac-
commodation by applying to my agent,
THEO. OUTEIt BRIDGE,
2nd Street, Hamilton,
Near Steamers Wharf.
Stencil Plates and Brushes supplied on appli--
cation.
January 30, 1877.-6

Notice
To Growers and Owners of
BERMIUA PRODUCE.
IN consequence of the great increase in ship-
ments of Produce to New York since the
season of 1874 we deem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of Bermuda
Produce for New York made through us but with.
out being responsible for the net proceeds until
paid to our order in New York, which will be
given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment..,
When -meessary to order Specie in return for
of the Owners interested, and Owners will
clearly understand that all the dangers of tran-
sport are borne by them.
TROITT & COX.,
Hamilton, Bermuda, to hJune3p
January 9, 1877. to30thJune, 3p.


i Worth


Knowing.


TO' BE AD O1

PRONT STREET, HAMILTON,
S'URNER'S Tic Doloureux or Universal
PILLS-undoubted Cure for all excru-
ciating ills known as Neuralgia or Nerve
Ache
Pond's EXTRACT for Sore Throats, Rheuma-
tism, &c.
Blair's Gout and Rheumatic PILLS
Woolbridge's Gout and Rheumatic TINCTURE
Powel's BALSAM of Aniseed, for Coughs, &c.
Cherry PECTORAL
SARSAPARILLA Ext. GINGER
Whitcomb's REMEDY for Asthma


in-


" ermnnda.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
JANUARY 29, 1877.
| IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
has received information from the Right
Honorable the EARL OF CARNARVON, Her Ma-
jesty's Principal Secretary of State for the
Colonies, that Her Majesty has graciously
confirmed and allowed the Act of the Legis-
lature of Bermuda, No. 16 of 1876, entitled
" An Act to provide for the Salaries of the
" Colonial Secretary and his Clerk."
By command of His Excellency the Governor,
JAMES TUCKER,
S1 olonial Secretary.


WANTED*,


A VESSEL
To Convey hence to the
PORT OF NEW YORK,
THE CS SGO
(About 9,000 Bushels Salt)
Ex Brigt. "W. A. HENEY," Taylor, Master,
which Vessel put into this Port in distress on
a voyage from Turks' Islands bound to the
above Port.
TENDERS for conveying the above will be
received by the Subscriber, at the Office of J.
S. DARRELL, Esqr., until 5 P.M.
THURSDAY EVENING ANext,
1st Proximo.
THOMAS TAYLOR,
Master Br. W. A. Heney.
St. George's, Jan., 29th, 1877.
BERMUDA, Alias
SOMERS' ISLANDS.
By His Excellency Major General JOHN
HENRY LEFROY, G. B.,
Governor, Commander-in-Chief,
Vice Admiral and Ordinary, in
and over these Islands, 8,c., 8fc.,
W WHEREAS KETURJH JANE STOWE
HARVEY has-prayed for Administra-
tion on the Estate of HAKItINGTON H AR-
VEY, late of Pembroke Parish in these Islands,
Merchant, deceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persons can shew any just Cause why
the said Administration should not be granted
unto the said KETURAH JANE STOWE
HARVEY, he, she, or they are to file his, her,
or their Caveat in writing, in the Secretary's Of-..
fice of these Islands within Fifteen days from the
publication hereof, otherwise the said Adminis-
tration will be granted accordingly.
JAMES TUCKER,
Colonial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretary's Office,
this 24th day of Jan., 1877.


*. LUMBER! -

TIHEUNDERSIGNED
Offer the Cargo of
Pitch Pine Lumber
Now being Landed ex Brigantine Rover."
Flooring BOARDS (dry & cured)
planed, grooved and tongued, I in. x 6 in.
1 in. x 6in.
t Planed with square edge, i' in. x 6 in.
SCANTLING-
, 6 in. x 2 in., 5 in. x 2 in., 8 in. x 2 in.,
5 in. x 4 in., 4 in. x 3 in., 4 in. x 2 in.,
3 in. x 2 in., 3 in, x l1 in., suitable for
Railings
PLANK-1 in. x 12 in., 14t in. x 12 in., and
.i in. x 12 in.
' In Store.
White Pine LUMBER-- in., in.,
Ii in., lI in., and 2 in., dry, clear & cured.
S. S. ING HAM & Co.


January 2, 1877.


ALKETRcKTA, Strength-Nourisher .. ....
Wyeth's BEEF, IRON and WINE Unclaimed Lotters.
Liebig's Liquid Extract BEEF Mrs Anderson, Silveira de Amaral, Peter Burgess,
Compound ELIXIR of Phosphates and Cali- Jane Branyman, Mary Ann Below, Mrs Marianne
says, a Chemical Food and Nutritive Tonic Bell, Mrs Peter Burcher, Alice Butterfield, Samuel
Fellows' SYRUP of Hypophosphites. Been, Jas W Butterfi'ld, Richd Thos Butterfield,
January 30th, 1877.-1 J N Bean, G Cook, Wmin F Cogan, Benjamin Cole,
Mena Cohen, Letitia Darrell, John iavis, Thos Dick-
:enson,Rubena Dilworth, Joanna Davis, ThosDarrell,
T e ,PJoseph Darrell, John Eve, Joseph Fox, Mrs John
T lenders Fowler, Alma George, Walier Glendinning, Mrs Jane
Will be received until Noon of Gilberd, Theodosia Gianto, Elizabeth J Harford,
Receive Unti 0 Samuel T Harford, Wmn Iris, Wnm 0 Ingham, Louisa
Kennedy, Henry J Lloyd, Alex Logan, Mrs Samuel
J Lotmore, Louisa Moore, Mary Minors, E S Meade,
fuua P9Herbert Moullon, M.s Mansfield, Mrs Meany, Mrs
I 7th February, Mead, Sarah Jane Petty, Richard T Place, James
l7th February, fP tRobinson, George Robinwoni, Cecilia Roborts. D E
By the CHURCH VESTRY CLE-RK of Paget, front Seen, Samuel J Smith, John H Smith, Wm A Sear-
persons willing to Contract for either of the les, Henry D H Snyder, Englesbe Stovel, Mrs S C
following works: Steele, H Swan, A H Tooeems, W J TalbIt; Rosina
(I) To make and place Sixty-eight Seats sim. Trott, John Virgin, Mrs J N Washington, Helena
ilar to those now in St. Paul's Church, Paget, Williams (Paget), Edmond T J Williams, Dinah
. numbered 39 and 78. Wells, rs Jane Wilson, 3D Watlington, Miss E
.. id B s = m .- WilkinsdOn, Julius Wood. '
(2) To Build Buttresses (Twenty-one or there Post Office, Hamilton,January, 29th 1877.
about) to the transepts and chancel of the .... ......
said Church, similar to those now standing at A-MAIL.FOR JAMAICA, per'H M S'"Bullfinch,"
the South East and South West corners of the closes at the'Post Office, Hamilton, on Saturday
Southern transept. next, at 9. a m.
Further particulars may be obtained by refer- -
ring to the Rector, UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
0tflr. QT ft 9.^.Lfla T_ __ -


Rev.. J.


L. LOUGH.


Jan. 20. 1877.-3 3p

For Sale.

A Handsome


Fast, quiet to ride and drive; with a flooded
Four Wheeled CARRIAGE and HARNESS
Complete-Price of the turn out
.ply to
Apply to


CAPT. SAFFORD,
87th [egt., St. Georges.
30th January, 1877.-2 pd.


tcIL, i. umT.U s, 29th January, 1877.
E D Alexander, Christina Andersson, John C
Bascome, Thomas D Burch, Israel Burchall, A B
Burch, W illiam Burch, English Consul, F W Chaley,
John Catty, Francis Casey, Joseph Dickinson, Mr.
Dill, John Evan, John Fox, Edw F Ingham, Samuel
Joell, Brown Jones, Edward James, Benj Lamb,
Mary Lightbourn, Mary Leahy, Thomas G Morris,
Jos B Minors, C McKinney, R A Mageehan,Michael
Meyer, Philip Moore, Susan Minors, Samuel Millett,
Rebecca Outerbridge, Anna B. Paynter, Dr A Ries,
James Richardson, Peter Richardson, Stephen Rich-
ardson, Robert R Swainson, S Simmons, Mary
Augusta Swan, Mrs Wm Smith, Henry N Smith,
Ann Smith,John H Smith, Jonathan Swiath, Cat he.
rine Smith, Eliza R Talbot, Mrs Brownlow Tucker,
LauraTucker, Daniel Trott, Judith Taylor, Anne
Waite, Ruth A Woolridge, Edward Walsh, H B
Willock, Joseph Walker, A Walker, Alfred White,
Na.ahl Webb, Albert Watman. -
W Postage Stamps on Sale at the "Royal
Gazette" Stationery Store,


(


January 2, 1877.


I






'11OYAl 4"AM ETTYr-


From the New Yoik Trbune, January 18.
.FREDERICK MAY'S DISGRACE.
THE TRUTH OF THE DiEL,
Attempting to Shoot his antagonist before the word was
given--The pistol misses fire- Mr. Bennett dis-
charges his weapon in the air, cringe out that he
gives May his life-The disgraced duelist hurries
away--Mr. Bennett's intention in going abroad.
The story of the Bennett-May duel, as told by
the various newspapers of New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, although it has been varied by the
ingenuity of many reporters and correspondents,
and the tales of innumerable friends of the Bennett
and May families, who knew little more than the
newspapers themselves, has been so far from the
trtlfth as to cause much amusement to those ac-
quainted with the facts. No authentic account
has yet been published, circumstances which need
not be mentioned rendering it inadvisable for
the friends of either party to make known the facts
before this morning, and to the Tribune has been
given the most accurate narrative, as relale.] by
eye-witnesses of the encounter between Mr. Ben-
rett and Mr. May. For several days it has been
whispered about that the friends of Mr. May were
much troubled by a suspicion which was growing
prevalent that his conduct in the course of the duel
bad not been creditable, but the knowledge of the
truth in regard to his extraordinary behaviour was
confined to a few, and the number of those who had
any suspicion of the depth of the disgrace which he
had brought upon himself was small.
Mr. Bennett fully intended to marry Miss May
until the rupture occurred. The rooms were fitted
up in his house at Fifth ave. and Thirty-eighth st.
in the most sumptuous manner for her occupation.
Those who have seen the apartments declare them
to be marvels of artistic msgnifie nee. After the
assault in Twenty-first-st. \Mr. Bennett desired to
find means ofsettlingthematterwithout thepublicity
and scandal which would surely be consequent
upon a duel. Several consultations were held be-
tween him and his friends, but they all resulted
in the conclusion that a duel must follow the street
encounter. The challenge was sent, the arrange-
ments, including the drawing up of a new will by
Mr. Bennett, were completed, and the principals
with their friends and a police surgeon not wholly
unknown to fame, by devious routes, arrived at the
dueling ground at Marydel, Maryland.
The first shot fell to Mr. May. If be could kill or
disable his antagonist while the words "one, two,
three" were delivered in rapid succession by the
other's second, he was safe. If he should fail, it
would be his turn to be a target for the bullet of his
opponent. If, however, he fired before or after the
words, he was by the code a coward. and, in case
he killed his opponent, a murderer. This arrange-
ment has been found to b" fairer than it seems at
first thought to the duelist who has the second shot
for the nervousness of the man who discharges his
pistol first discomposes his aim, and acts as a shield
to the other. And in the present case Mr. May be-
trayed a nervousness strangely at variance with
his reputation as a cool and accurate marksman.
When he took his position he was observed to be
greatly discomposed. Mr. Bennett on the other
hand, showed no signs of trepidation either in
speech or manner, and from the first seemed to look
upon the meeting rather as a disagreeable than
dangerous occurrence.
The arrangements having been completed, the
- two principals took their positions at a distance of
about 12 yards apart. The pistols were loaded and
handed to them, and the seconds retired to one side.
Then came the question, -Are-you ,aily?' ? m-
mediately and before the "One" could be
. g-ve-,--,Mr. May raised his pistol, took a hasty aim,
and pulled the trigger. The weapon missed fire.
On receiving the intimation that it was his turn,
Mr. Bennelt raised his pistol, cried scornfully, "I
could kill you now, if I wished," and pointing it
into the air fired quickly. The duelists then saluted
one another, when suddenly, overcome by shame
and mortification, to the utmost amazement of all
present, Frederick May turned and hurried away,
unable longer to face his disgrace. It was no im-
pulse of generosity on the part of Mr. Bennett, as
all felt, which caused him to fire into the air, but a
sudden desire to repay with interest the mortifica-
tion which he had felt in the public lashing before
the club-house. No words passed between the two
principals at any time during the meeting, except
Mr. Bennett's remark when he fired his pistol in the
air, and the "propositions" so often mentioned were
mere myths. As soon as the tall form of the re-
treating duelist was out of sight the rest of the
party returned to the railroad station.
Upon getting back to New York, Mr. Bennett
made a stay in the city of only five hours' duration,
betaking himself as quickly as possible to the shores
of New Jersey. Here he remained secreted, his
valet, Albert Vogel, attending to his business and
. preparing for his European trip, until Saturday
last, when he embarked on board the City of Rich-
mond with his sister, Miss Jeannette, and his con-
Etant companion Vogel. The published reports of
the escape were substantially correct, but it was
not truethatMr Bennett was on board of The herald
yacht for several days. How long he will stay
abroad is uncertain, but it ii probable that he will
remain for a considerable time, as he is known to
have taken 30 trunks with him for his sister and
himself.
A report was received last evening that Frederick
May was in Washington, and had been seen in
company With two gentlemen at the National
'Lheatre.


A. G r a n h a m,
Has Just Received,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies', Gent's and Children's,

7j Boots & Shoes.
Front St., IHamilton, Dec. 5, 1876.


Private

BOARDSIN6 H 0OUSE,
NOiTHI OF TRINITY CHiUltRCH,
IHarnilton.
Nov. 13, 1876.

k. IP. & N. 1. Loomis,
Commiission iMerchan ts
And D)ealers in
l-foiftoes, 4pp '.%s t' ions',
FO l EIGN AN I) OMES ls C (i UI'S.
nBporters of

BER 1A UDA hRU a PR i E,J
No. 92 Barclay Street, N. Y.
Consignments Solicited.
'Parties wishing to Ship to us will be lacili-
*,ted( in so d(oinig by calling on ., issas. 13 v .
VVALK h. K & ('0., Front t-t., lamiilton, Bermu-
dat, of \\ho.i they can obtain Stencil Plates
iid be oiherwis.' aided free of Ciarge.
January 1st, 1677.


... _. .


celebrated Itr neatly a century pa0', is of the very
b"st FV'alilh manufacture. For it puriy anwd revat
excllence it his obtained their following
EXHIBITION PRIZE MIED.IS,
LoNroN, 186'2. PAIts, 186i7. CORDOVA, 187"2.
LIMA, 187'2. VIENSA, 1873.
PHILDDELPHIA, 1976.

ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES
For the Handkerchief,
White Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano-
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bonque',
Tfevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let. And all other odors, of the
finest quality only.
Atkinson's Florida Water
A most fragrant Perfume, distilled from the choicest
Exotics.
ATKINSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTION.
A very refreshing Wash which stimulates the skin
to a healthy action and promotes the growth of thi
hair.
AT K I N S 0 N' S
ET'IEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER.
A powerful Perfume d''i;.! .J from the finest flowers
ATKINSON'S Q I!Nl."E TOOTH POWDER
VIOLET POWDER, MACASSAR OIL, GLY-
CERINE GREAT 11,
And other specialities and general articles of Per-
fumery may be obtained of all dealers throughout
the WVorld, and of the manufacturerss
J. .& S AT ,N O ,
24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APIIACATION,
CAUTION.-Mesrss. J. & E. .\TKINSON Imanu-
facture their articles of one and the best quality only
Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counterfeits by
observing that each article is labelled with the Firm
Trade Mark,"'a White Rose on a Golden Lyre,"
printed in seven colours.
ESTABLISHED 1799.
12m If




'11il E Undersigned most respectful informs
the Inhabitants of Bermuda generally
that he has obtained the assistance of a first
Class Artist fiom New York and is prepared to
take
S ,_l.' "4 ,~ '. ,
On Card and Cabinet Sizes.
Old Pictures Copied and Renewed at the
f Photograph Gallery, Corner of Church and
Burnaby Streets, Hamilton.
JOHN ROGAN, Jurinr.
December 23rd, 1876.

Clothes Renova in .
1 -

SIr ugut tu mittI'
Has just returned from New York,
where he has perfected himself in the art of
DYING 3AD RE.OVJITIJNG
WORA CLOTHES,
And offers his services to the Public in that
capacity; and being thankful for past favors,
solicits a continuance of support from his I:te
patr,,is-; and the Public generally are invited to
call and examine Work done by him.
He has opened a Shop in Burnaby Street near
Church, under the Photograph Gallery of Mr.
JOHN ROiAN, Jr.
f AN APPREN VICE wanted for the
above Business,
Hamilton, December 4th, 1876.

Private Ryoard &*Lodgi ng
FOR
Ladies and Gentlemen,
'MRS. E. A. NW N,
Stone Haven, Reid Street,
Samilton.
Novr. 6, 1876.-tf


Theodore Outerbridge,

HAMILTON.
Reid Street, West of Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri-
days.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, October 26th, 1876.

Printing & Stationery.

Royal Gazette .Office,
Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets, 11am-n
ilbon,
WVtI1RE ALL KINDS OF
JOB WORK
Is Executed with Neatness and D)espatch.


At the Stationery Store adjoining the above
Office
Al.vavs on hand, every variety of Articles in
that liue.
also, Cricketing GEAR, 4.c., 4c.,
Nov. 14, 1876.

Reward.

I t I)' oon Saturday Itith of December, 1876,
bLtwveen Lolly's Well and Hamilton,
A Small Linen Bag,
Containing 12 If/ 94d, being I American 20
Dollar Piece, one h Doubloon Spanish atd the
iest in silver and Copper Coin; together with
a Bill for the same from B. E. Dickinson, Esqr.,
to John T. l'eniston.
Whoever may have found it will be Reward-
ed with one-half by returning the same to the
owner.
JOHN T. PENISTON.
| Smith's Pr.sh 15th Jany., 1877,


V a f Ub!c f l .E state

IFOR SA LE.-

A DESIRABLE

J.-'& In good order with the Parcel of
LAND thereto belonging containing Eight Acres
in planting and pasture land situated in the vi-
cinity of the Parish Cihurch.
Terms accommodating. Further particulars
furnished on application to
ORMOND T. MIDDIETON,
1 lamilton.
Novr. 27, 18706.


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DANIEL G. LANE Proprietor.
IHAMILTON:

Branch Establishment, St. George.

TH E Proprietor of the above Es-
tablishment having just returned by the
'" (anima fi'rom New York, and brought with
him a number of NEW CARRIAGES and
Stylish YOUJNCG HOR SES to add to his already
we!l selected Stock, begs to thank the Public of
Bermuda generally for their past Patronage and
hopes for a continuance cf the same.
Strangers visiting the [lands are particularly
requested to call and give the above Establish-
ment a trial before going elsewhere.
Hamilton, Sept..T ', 1676.


..----.


NSomers et Li ver


NEAR NAVAL CRICKET FIELD,
E. Crawled (,i! Contractor),
PROPRIETOR.


Horses and Carriages, (with Experienced Dlri-
vers,) obtainable at all hours on accommoda-
ting Terms.
October 24th, 1876.



Notice of IRemoval.

R ALFi',P.D1 JOD.AT,

Has Removed to St. Georges,
And "may be ca suited there in Kent S',
daily,,botween 9 a.n. and 5 o'clock;.
October 10, 1876.

The Subscriber
BEGS to call attention to the fact that hoe
is still at his Old II \RN ESS ESTAB-
LI li lHENT, in Reid St'-et, where he iq pre-
pared to PAINT ;niid T 1 ,1 with Ita Superior
finish all Carriaae; placeel ju his charge.. ., q
Also, to execute UPi IOLSTRI NG of every
description-for D)rawititcr loomr, Bed Rooms,
&c., in the neatest style aand with despatch.
I.-p.ci:ally M T'T'R ESSES. *
"C, W. GAUNTL E'TrT.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Oct. 31th, 1876.

A Reward of 30
/ ILL be paid 'to any one (not the actual
offender) who shall give information
sufficient to convict the personn or persons who
maliciously destroyed s. verbal Treep in-the Park
in this Town on Sunday night last, and any
accomplice of such offender who shall give
said information will also not be prosecuted.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Mayor.
Hamilton, November 20, 1876.

1877.


The Bermuda Sheet and
POC K ET


FO.: 1877,
IRE ,NOW REdDY.
The Sheet contains all the customary inform-
ation in an Almanack.
The Book contains ')DTi'ICTO')RI ES for the
Towns of Ihamilton and St. George; a General
Itinerary; a PL\N of the TOVWN POF HAM-
1 TON, and all inlor.'rlittiPia generally to be
found in such publications.
l'RICEs-Sheet 1/; Book, plain, 1/6; Ditto,
interleaved, 1/9.
Can be had at the Post Office, St. George;
of the Chief Warder, Royal Naval Yard, Ire-
land Isfand ; of the several Carriers of the
" Gazette," and at the Gazette" Office.
Royal G az.. tt Oii., -
Dec. 29th, 1876. -


FjI ThE B-E6TI
T11lLA DAY FI


INVESTMENT OF
ORI A SMALL OUITL1Y.


And where there i no
Previous knowledge of
S"- the business required,
\ _,, i isaLemonade,Ginger-
>.,,:j!ii /beer." and Soda-water
._:. ,. .iin,- as the public
taste is so much on the increase for Aerated
Drinks. The book of 90 pages of illustrations
and information forwarded free.
BARNETT, SON, and FOSTER, Engineers,
230 Forston-street, Hoxton, London, England,
Nov. 4, 1876.-13


1877.


Condiment for battle.

t'heo north Britis-i Cattle Food
Corn )any s.
7,j e 1 Bes'Ct awld Chvc.'E-." g no":'

Liebig's Liquid Beef Extract and
Tonic Restorer.
Especially adapted for Invalids. Try it. No
Reviver equal to it.


The Great Preventive from Fevers, Small Pox
and all Infectious Diseases ; also for Foot and
Mouth Diseases, &c., in Cattle. No Houses
hold or Farmstead should be without it. It is
the Best, Cheapest, Safest and without Smell.
The Undersignedcan supply a small of each of the above Articles, which he will sell
Cheap for Cash; and orders for the same are
solicited.
W. T. ROBERTS,
Agent.


"t. Georges, 30th March, 1874.

Lost,
ViROM 11. M. S. Fclipse," A LARGEf
3, WItITF OWL. Any person bringing the
same to Goverument llouse, Mount Langton,
will receive 1I REWAR)D if the Bird be alive
and 10-. if dead.
Mt. L.angton, Jan. 9, 1 '77.,

For Rent,
A A I HOUSE,
In 'he Township, lately occupied by Assistant
Commissary General SATCHWELL. Immediate
possession given.
Apply at the Office of the Royal Gazette."
Peecember 5, 1876.


Notice,

A LL DEMANDS against the Estate of the
late AUGUSTUS PENISTON, are re-
quested to be rendered to the U ,idesi ied1
before WEDNESDAY, 28th February next.
All Persons INDEIBTED to the said Estate
ate required to make Payment by the above
named date.
ANNA, MARIA PENISTON,
Executrix.
EDWARD PENISTON,
T. J. PEARMAN,
Executors.
The Flatts, Jany. 15th, 1877.


For Sale.
J UST REC E V E D,
FROM NEW YORK
Per S. S. "CGA.iTI ,'T
Two very H.andsome
.'.... M U LES
Five arid Six Ye 0s Old.
And wl l Work Well in any Capacity.
*For'farther Information apply to
A. R. TEHOMPSON.
Hainiltoi, Jily 18th, 1876.


. E0,.lD TREET, CAMILTOf .

$ REID STREET, HAMILTOX. '


EAST END.


Jas. G. Lawrence,
sefMfs,.ifsfe 0oP #rfacff@,
ST. GEORGES and HAMILTON,
I BER IMUDA.

Examinations made and Leaks stopped at small
expense .
May 9th, 1876.

'SOLID Silver and Pearl Card
k C' AC SES at CHIlII)'S.


Wm. James Heney,


BROKER,
AND
Commission d ent,


HAM ILTON,


B ERMU I A.


General Shipping' and
Conmmb iotl IMech ant,
52 Exchange Place,
:1 NK EW\YORK.
Refer to Messrs. S. S. INGHlAM & Co.,
a iamilton.

Prok'G f-ie (sag i Fl ll'
AT THIlE MOST MODERATE RATES
Can be obtained fro n \he
PH NIX INS URANCE CO. VPA NY
of London,
One of the longest I'stablishedl and Wealthiest
Offices in Creat Britain,

Through the BR \NCIH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is eftetctei tIo the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PRO PlERTY-lfo 3, 6 or l1 minliths.
No FI"E.S ;.n. no C.IAIR ir '>,il ciCs.
N. A., E B.I,, ,
Agent.
T.a. ':tn. ,Septeambh r 9th, e .e. n.

, LOCKS and BRlONZES at
IILD '8 ait prices to suit all,


New Year's Stock
FOR PRESEATS,--T LOW
PRICES,
CONSISTING OF,:-
WT ATClHES CLOCKS
JE WE LRY (English and Amnerican)
Solid SILVER Silver PLATEDIWAIR
Pearl Bone and Ilair GOODS
SPECTACLES, &c.
Making in all, as suitable a collection for the
public as any ever offered before.
C. S. HITTER,
2 ^ Next west Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, December i8, 1876.
IF your Eyesight is bad go and let CHILD fit
you to a good Pair of Gold, Silver or Steel
SPECTACLES or Eye GLASSES, that you
may see his many attractions.


Wanted *,
A M3ESSMAN,
Apply to P. M. C. Officers'Mess, 46th Regt.,
Prospect.
Prospect, Jany. 6, 1877.

BRONZE MEDAL AT THE
Universal Exhibition of Paris 1855,
Bronze Medal at the Exhibition of Trie te, 1871,
Silv r 'Medal at the E\lbihibion of Havre, 1868,
Silver Medal at the Exhibition of Paris, 1872,
Gold Mcdal at the Exhibition of Lyons, 187-2,
Diploma of honor at the Maritime Exhibition, Pa-
ris, 1875.
RIGOLLOT'S
MUSTARD PAPE11
FOR SINAPISMS OR PLASTERS,
Adopted by the Hospitals- of Pars, Field
and Military Hospital, by the
English Royal Navy and
the French National
Navy, &c.
To retain the whole of the properties of Mustard
in its powdered state and to obt in easily in a few
momtnents a decided result with the smallest >i.-;,ib'e
quantity of the remedy, are the problems which M.
Rigollot has solved in the most conclusive arid sa-
tisfactory manner. Rigollot's Sinapism in leaves
will, therefore, be found in every family, for the
prompt action ii','ained by it in many cases of e geney renders it an invaluable remedy for v nriqus
disorders.
(Signed) A. BOUCHAR DAT
Annuaire therapentique ann6e l CG, p. 404.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Theqprecious quality of Rigollot's Paper i as, e
of great gravity, is that of acting very rapidly., t i
an important Healing Agent. To children, weak
and nervou' persons, I strongly recommend the fol-
lowing method of graduating the actioni of ihi pli.i-
ter, according to, the will or condilnion -ftlie patient,
iviz., o putl one, two, or three leaves ofti ett4lt-
ling papdtr between the ,Sinapis.n and tIe -skin.
An old piece of fire linen :may also be employied
instead of blotting paper.
Beware -of Imitations.
MIANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE, AVENUE VICTORIA.
,4 PARIS,-and by all respectable Chemists.

Whetby Jet and Vulcanite Jewelky
Consisting of
Full Sets BUl OOCHRS- and l A N .. It NG,
BRACELETS, Neck CHAINS, CROSSES,
Ladies' and Gents' A-Vatch CHAINS, at
CIIILD'S. ,


RIMMEL'S CHOICE PERFUMERY jpatr,.h-
ised by all the world. .
RIMMtEL'S I'LANG-IHLAN-, VANDA,,H ENN- A, JoCKFr
CLUB, FRANGIPANE and other Perfumes of exquisite
fragrance.
RIMMEL'S LAVENDER WATER distilled ftoil .Mlit.
chami Flowers.
R1MM&L's TOILET VINEGAR, celebrated for its
useful and sanitary properties.
RIMMEL'S EXTRACT OF LtM: JuIdE .q'v'GLYC,-
RINE, the best preparation for the Hair"0speciaty
in warm climates. ...
RIMMEL's DUGONo OIL SOAP, perfumed with Atis-
tralian Educatusly
RIMMEL'S GLYCERINE HONEY, WINDSOR, and
other Toilet Soaps. -
RIMMEL'S ROSE WATER, 'COSTUME AND FfORAL
CRACKERS. very amusing for Balls and Parties.,
RIMMEL'S VIOLET, ROSE LEAF, RIcE, and other
Toilet Powders.
A Liberal allowance to Shippers.
EUGENE RIMM EL, Perfumer to H RItjhe priin-
cess of W'ales, 96 Strand ; 12-5 lige,,t
Street, and 24, Cornhiill London; 16
Boulevard& des Italiens, Paris, anJ 27
King's Road; Brighton. '
Sold by all Perfanery Venders.


A I]CH ES 'for Ladie~ls, Watehes for Gen-
tlemen, \Watcflie; for Hoys, ini go.d or
silver cases, at prices to uit arll ar C iLD'S.

S L,1.IVAJCK-J AN. FEBI,, 1877.,,,


S SuN. U Tide. REMARKS.

S ris. ts

30 Tu 7 O 5 28 16. 8 18
31 We 6 59 5 29 17 9 6
Sl'h 6 58 5 30 18W 9 4
2 Fri. 658 5 301 L9S 10 "42 Purification of V. M.
3 Sat 6 56 5 32120 11 30
4 & 6 55 5 33121 12 8 Sexasgeim~ a ue
5 Mo 6 55 5 .:3.- 1 6 Agatha-St. Thoo.
Last Quarter, 5 day, Oh. 40m A.M.

THE BERMUDA I OVPAL GAZWTT every Tuesday by DOiALD M'PHEE LrEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
AT HIS OFFIC K,
North-west Corner of fi'land Burnaby Streets,
Hamilton,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agent
at SI. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
JAIVES THs, rsqr.; P ost Master General.


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