BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 21.-Vol. L. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS. 24s per A nn
Al~a m~ion, Deraituda,
Extensive Sale of
DR Y GOOD S,
IN THIS TOWN,
The 26th Instant, At 12 o'clock, Noon,
At the Stores of Edward H. Smith,
The entire Stock of
Compriisibg ~ large assortment of everything
usually found in such an Establishment.
A few days after above Sale at Mr. Smith's
Residence, in Paget Parish, the whole
S &c, &c., &o.
The Stores at present occupied by Mr.
Smith will be for Rent. Possession given on
SB. W. WALKER & Co.,
Hamilton, May 15, 1877.
4. t-ie n t i o n.
THIE UND RSIGtNED,
Hi as j s 1t f ec ei v e ld,
SEx Schr JMary B. Tower,
'I'he following Articles,
Which are offered Cheap for Cash,
BBLS. S. F. Family FLOUR
,Barels Corn ME \.L
Barrels B. E. PEAS
Dried APPLES Bis. Pilot BREAD
Granulated SUGAR Bls. Kerosene OIL
i BEEF Barrels Thin Mess PORK
Raga CORN Boxes COl)FISH
Boxes Assorted BISCUITS
-4 Layer RAINS Boxes FIGS
CHEESE Boxes Babbitt's SOAP
Half Chests O)olong TEA
"Tubs Superior BUTTER
Hamilton, May 14th, 1877.
T. H PITT.
1 F you want your Velveteen. Cloth or other
COATS, tSilk or Coiton UMBRELLA,
oW,. ItYlED, or your Silk Hats CLEANED and
8SHAP ED, call at
D I H A. G. SMITH'S,
General Clothes Renovator,
Corner of Church and Burnaby Streets.
Hamilton, TMay 15th,.1877.
Empty liour Barrels.
.,.... ALBERT INGLIS.
Sft.Georgea, April 12, 1877.
- r 1
A Fine Black Canadian
165 Hands high, 9 years old, suited
to any work,
But more especially for Carriage or S aiddl e.
A Good Hack.
For further particulars apply at
Saddlery and Harness Establishment, Hamilton
May 14, 1877.-2 pd
To Return Direct.
The fine Schooner
E. MATSOst FaITH, Master ;
Will leave Halifax for this Port
About 30th April, and in
A FEW DAYS AFTEI
Arrival here'she will leave for above Port, tak-
ing FREIGHT and PASSENGERS
at customary Rates.
A Freight List open at our Office.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
tiowiltofi, Mlay 11 1677,
Auction Sale of Old Stores.
THE UNDERMENTIONED ARTICLES
Will be Sold,
Z. W. WALE3RB & Co.,
At Her Majesty's Victualling Yard,
The 1st June, At noon,
B ISCUIT Blue CLOTH, No 1
SERGE DRILL JEAN
Black Silk HANDKERCHIEFS
BLANKETS TUNICS, Marine
TROUSERS, Drill WRAPPERS
Iron TANKS LAMPS LANTERNS
TUBS JARS BOTTLES
Chests DRAWERS Clothes HORSE
OTTOMAN Linen SCREWPRESS
BATHS MATS LAMPS
TEAPOT CARPET MATTING
Floor CLOTH MIRRORS
VALENS CLOCK STOVE, American
BOLSTERS PILLOWS MATTRESSES
Mosquito CURTAINS Bed SPRING
H. M. Victualling Yard, )
12th May, 1877. J
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
On the W1:1r1t,
A day or two after the arrival of the Schr.
ANNIE FLORENCE" shortly expected
The whole of her Cargo
BALES HAY Drums COI)FI:411
Barrels POTATOES 0 \'TS
BUCKETS BROOM S FIREWOOD
Lime JUICE in Cases of I Doz. Bottles
Cases BRANDY &c., &c.
I English Dog CART to seat 4
B. W. WALKER & Co.,
Hamilton, May 8th, 1877.
IW ILLIAM E.HAYWARD,Sole
Agent, Bermuda, for the splendid Amer-
iean Union Rail Road MAP of the Un;ted Stales,
British Possessions. West Indies, Mexico, and
Central America, on the one side, and the new Il-
luminated MAP of the World on the other.
These M51 A PS have already had a favourable
reception in Bermuda.
Hamilton, May 7, 1877.-3
TH AT very Commodious and
Pleasantly Situated IItUSE called
Spanish Point near, Admiralty House,
Now occupied by Herbert F. Roe, Esqr., It. N.
Possession given 1st June. For further infor
nation please apply to Messrs. B. W. WALKER
& Co., Hamilton, or
F. M. COOPER.
Southampton, May 7, 1877.-3
TWO ORDERS which were sent
to me last Month for Painting I never
received ; they, it seems, fell into the hands of
another party. All Orders left on the Slate at
the Door of my Shop from this date, will ba
punctually attended to.
'I'T. H. MILLER.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
May 3rd, 1877.-4 S
Private Board &Lodging
Ladies and Gentlemen,
MRS. E. A. NEWMAN,
Stone Haven, Reid Street,
Novr. 6, 1876,-tf
Concerning the Estate of MJlr. Wil-
liam Badcock of Paget Parish
T H E Undersigned requests all
Persons having CLAIIS against the
above named Estate to render their ACCOUNTS
to MR. S. S, INGHAM, JR.
On or before FRFD.FI 25th Alay.
And those INDEBTED to said Estate are
required to make Payment on or before same
J. LUMLEY LOUGH,
S. S. INGHAM, JR.,
Hamilton, 24th April, 1877.
ALL Persons having DEMANI)S
against the Estate of the hlte UIR..
MARIA H. BELI., are requested to render the
same to the Undersigned on or before 28th May.
And those INDEBTED to the Estate, are re-
quested to make Payment by that date.
Sangys, 4th May, 1877.-3
T t E Undersigned has decided to
close his Business
On 30th J UAE .'Net,
And respectfully inform:, al! Persons INDEBT-
El) to him to make an early Settlement.
All ACCOUNT.'I remaining unsettled after
that date will be placed in legal hands for Col-
THOSE. H. PITT.
hlamilton, April 16th, 1877.
IRt AND ISLAND,
May 7, 1877.
l A HOUSE,
(Or Site for Building)
Suitable for a Sailors' Home,
Near somerset Ferry.
Details concerning purchase or Rent, &c., to be
REVD. C. II. HIARBORD,
Parsonage, Royal Naval Yard.
'eneriffe Onion Seed.
T HE Undersigned has assumed
the Agency of the late MR. JOHIN D.
And expects to receive the usual Supply of that
Article in September next.
Parties whose names have been on Mr.
Bell's List for a considerable period, will please
inform the Undersigned if they wish to continue
List for coming Season open at Office of
S. S. INGHAM & CO.
W. E. TALBOT.
Hamilton, April 14th, 1877.
Early Onions and Large.
T HOSE desirous of obtaining an
early Onion will please call on R. H.
DUE R)DEN as soon as possible.
Mil. )UERIIEN has been an Importer of
Onion Seed for many years at St. Georges.
Hamilton, April 17th, 1877.
I5 it. CIIAS. E. CL\Y, has opened his eve-
ning CLASSES (Mondays and Thurs-
days from 7 to 9) for Instruction in Latin,
French, Mathematics, English Language, Lite.
rature and General Book-keeping. Any young
Gentlemen wishing to Read with him are invited
to address him on the subject at his residence
"jStone Haven," Ilamilton.
April 9, 1877.
New Year's Stock
FOR PRESEJNTS,-IT LOW
W ATCHIIS CLOCKS
JEWELRY (English and American)
Solid SILVER Silver PLATEDWAR,
Pearl, Bone and Ilair GOODS
leaking in all as suitable a collection for the
public as any ever offered before.
C. S. WHITTEIR,
Next west Gazette" Oifice.
Hamilton, Deceamber 18, 1876.
rTHE NATIONAL PUBLISHING
CO., of Philadelphia, have recently is-
sued some very valuable works, among which
A Practical and Devotional Family
With over 1000 illustrations.
It contains in part,
A Bible Dictionary, by WM. SMITH, L.L.D.
History of the Bible
Do. of the Translation of the Bible
Do. of all Religious Denominations, both
Ancient and Modern
A Photograph Album.
In short, it is the best and cheapest Bible
the Centennial Exhibi-
With a full description of the great buildings
and all the objects of interest in them,
embellished with nearly 400 engrav-
The merits of this book is briefly referred to
by Captain Torry, Chief of Bureau of Trans-
portation, Centennial Exhibition. He says,'
" I have examined it with great interest, and
have found it comprehensive in its treatment
of the subject, which you have so handled as-
to hardly fail in recalling in the minds of its
readers who saw the Exhibition the pleasure they
then experienced. To persons so unfortunate
as to have missed seeing the Exhibition the
book will be of great value, presenting as it
does, a faithful picture of its unequalled dis-
These works can be had at the publishers'
prices, through the undersigned who has a
copy of each for inspection.
JOHN H. S. JACKSON,
Hamilton, April 23, 1877.
W. O. F. BASCOME,
REID STREET, HAMILTON, EAST,
Has Received a supply of the fol-
PREP.I 4R ToIO.VS
FOR THE TEETH
Put up by the well known Dentists Messrs. GA-
BRIEL, Ludgate lill, London.
SEDADENT, or Cure for Toothache
CORALITE TOOTH PAS'l'1,, for Cleansing
and Improving the Teeth
ROYAL DENTIFRICE, gives the Teeth a
WHITE GUTTA PERCIIA ENAMEL, for
Stopping decayed Teeth
OSTEO-ENAM EL STOPPING, warranted to
remain white and firm as the Tooth itself
ODONTALGIQUE ELIXIR, celebrated
Hamilton, March 26th, 1877.
71 H E Undersigned having re-
ceived a Patent CHIMNEY SWVEEP-
ING MACHIINE from New York, is prepared
At Moderate Rates in any part of the Island.
Hamilton, April 2nd, 1877.
IFORMERLY of the Village of
Markyate Street, near Luton, Hertford-
shire, England, respectfully informs the Inha-
bitants of Bermuda that he has Opened
At Albuoy's Point, Hamilton,
For Repairing of Housekeeping Articles, in Tin,
Copper, Iron and Brass-ware.
All kinds of Cutlery and Tools ground.
March 6, 1877.
BULL'S HEAD LIVERY
DANIEL G. LANE Proprietor.
Branch Establishment, St. George.
T H E Proprietor of the above Es-
- tablishment having just returned by the
" Canimta" from New York, and brought with
him a number of NEW CARRIAGES and
Stylish YOUNG iORSES to add to his already
well 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 Islands are particularly
requested to call and give the above Establish-
ment a trial before going elsewhere.
Hamilton, Sept. l9th, 1i76.
To Farmers and Shippers of
Leaving had several years experience in this
line of business, I desire to continue in the same
luring the coming crop season, and respectfully
solicit any consignments you may forward t)
this Market. 1 will endeavour to realize thi
highest Market prices, render Sales and Remit
MR. THOSE. H. PITT.
Will attend to receiving and invoicing all
consignments for me, and will give all inform-
ation necessary for benefit of Shippers.*
I remain yours, &c.,
M. F. JUDGE,
With Messrs. O'Connor & Judge,
42 & 43 Vesey Street,
5m New York.
E. P. & N. H. Loomis,
And Dealers in
Pohfaoes, ^pples, Onions,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS.
SER1 U D PRO U0UCE
No. 92 Barlay Street, N. Y.
Parties wishing to Ship to us will be facili-
tated in so doing by calling on MESSRS. B. \V.
WALKER & Co., Front St., Hamilton, Bermu-
da, of who n they can obtain Stencil Plates
and be otherwise aided free of Charge.
January Ist, 177;
To Farmers and others.
The Undersigned is prepared to give his PER-
SONAL ATTENTION to the Sale of
S Crmuia a robuce,
In the NEW YORK MAIKNET, and respect-
fully solicits Consignments from Farmers and
Persons wishing to ship to my address will
please call on
W. T. JAMES,
Who will give every attention to Shipments
by each Steamer, or by any other opportunity
offering-and will furnish stencil plates, &c.,
free of charge.
Prompt account Sales and settlements guar-
Feby. 6, 1877.
52 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
Consignments of PRODUCE solicited to above
address, and forwarded free of Consul's
Certificate, &c. Highest Market Rates obtain-
ed and Returns promptly made.
STENCIL PLATES furnished free of charge.
F. D. S. NASH,
Next door to Messrs. S. S. lnghamn & Co.,
February 12th, 1877.-if
Persons desirous of Consigning
.lessrs. Middleton 4* Co.,
Will please call upon
Mr. S4ML. A. MASTERS.
Who will attend to the Shipment of their
Hamilton, Feby. 6, 1877.
GEVO. W. CPINAICE,
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. OUTE1 BRIDGE,
2nd Street, Hamilton,
Near Steamers Wharf.
Stencil Plates and Brushes supplied on appli-
January 30, 1877.-tl Jn 30
Carriage for Sale.
A Four Seated Square Top
By DEWOLFE of Halifax-Nearly New.
Apply at the'Office of the "Royal Gazette."
April 3rd, 1877.
AS, I. 77.
~'DA- IE-O V I, G AZ FC1'.
EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSER-
VATIONS taken under the direction of the Principal
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea
d .Temperature previous
1. 24 hours.
0 0 0 0
2 70-1 57"2 145"0 18'6
1 69-9 58"2 145*4 48-'0
1 72-7 57"3 147-4 41-8
1 174-6 60-2 149-6 48-2
1 i72-9 61-0 141-8 52-2
1 74-7 58'2 140-4 56-4
1 74-7 C3'0 143-8 58-6
TIin'ilto,, May 22, 1877.
CUSTOM HIOUSE.-ITAM ILTON.
May 14-Brigt. E. H. Adams, West, Whaling cruise
60 b1s. sperm oil.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
16-Schr. Virginia Rulon, Rulon, New York; assorted.
cargo to John F. Burrows.
21-Schr. Annie Florence, Frith, Halifax; assorted
cargo to B. W. Walker & Co.
Mail Steamer Bermuda, Angrove, New York ; assorted
cargo to Trott & Cox.
May 17-Mail Steamer Canima. Liddicoat. New York
1,9451 bhs. potatoes, 9,952 crates onions, 10,019 boxe
and 125 crates tomatoes, 27 crates beets.
18-Brigt. W. A. Heney, Hill, New York; 3 boxe
beets. 3,078 boxes onions, 4921 bls. potatoes.
Brigt. T. H. A. Pitt, Outerbridge, New York ; 376
bls. potatoes, 1,411 boxes onions, 271 boxes and
19-Schr. Virginia Rulon, Rulon, New York; 5,00
boxes and 15 bls. oni. ns, 890 bls. and 18 boxes po
tatoes, 409 boxes Tomatoes.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
May 18-R. M. Steamship Alpha, Warden, Halifax
English Mail of the 1st May and assorted cargo.-
Agent, J. M. Hayward.
May 14-Barque Mary E. Russell, Nickols, Boston
16-Barque Robert Morrison, Browne, New York.
18--R. M. Steamship Alpha, Warden, St. Thomas
mails and 123 bls. potatoes, 4 boxes tomatoes, 27
boxes onions, and sundry goods ex Canimna.
19-Brigt. Somerset. Haley, Conway, Wales; timber
ex Barque Robert Morrison.
Barque Modests, Allen, New York..
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha from Halifax on Frida
last:-31r. Wm. T. Cunard. Jr., Asst. Paymaste
Harrisson, R.N., Mr. Win. M. Rae, R.N., E. I
Tucker, Esqr.-Second Cabin. Mr. and Mrs. D.
Edgar, Mrs. Parish, Mrs. Price and infant, Mrs
Powell, Mrs. Alexander and infant, Mrs. France.-
For St. Thomas Frederick Douse.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda from New York o
Sunday-Mrs. Bentley, Rev. J. H. Twitchell, Messrs
W. Langhome, J. A. Clifton, Edward Reiche, Samnu
Wyman, Jr., Matson Williams, Simon W. West.-
Second Cabin, E. D. Adams, Mrs. Adams, Claranc
Adams, Wm. Adams, Reginald Adams.-Steerage, V
J. Adams, Henry Hasse.
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha for St. Thomas:-
Messrs. Jacob Myers, Henry Solomons, W. Theobol
Second Cabin, Chas. Hagan, A. Feudler, F. Feudle
L. T. Niccolls.
In the Mail Steamer Canima, on Thursday last, f
New York :-Mrs. and Miss Dodge, Miss Roseve
and servent, Miss Cooley, Miss Murdock, Mr. an
Mrs. W. H. Elliott, Miss Elliott and Mr. Richai
Elliott, Lieut. Cusack, 87th R.I.F., Dr. E. B. Foe
and Messrs. Hammond Tucker, C. E. Morton,-Stel
son, -- Sturgiss, and Captain Fitzringer. Second
Cabin-Annie Hennesey, Sophia Longfist.'
In the Brigt. W. A. Heney for New York, Mr. Hem
Masteirs and Mr. Keith Smith.-
In the Brigt. T. H. A. Pitt for New York, Mr. ar
Mrs. T. H. Pitt..
The Schr. Annie Florence, Captain E. M. Frit
from Halifax, arrived on Saturday last. Left Halifa
on the 4th; on 6th experienced a gale from South
continued gales from S. W., E., S. W., W. S. W
from 6th to 12th ; had to lay to on 10th and 11th.
The Excelsior was to leave New York for Bermu
on the 18th instant.
The German Schoolship Nymphe, hence at Fortrei
Munroe, Va., on 16th instant.
H. M. S. Wye, Staff Commander Vye, from Eng
land, came up to the Naval Yard on Tuesday morning
last, having anchored off the East End on the previoi
evening. The Wye brought out the new crew of H. I
S. Argus. the former crew having served its full tim
She will leave in a few days with the Argus' old cre
on return to England.
H. M. S. Argus, Captain Jermain, was inspected c
the 14th by Admiral Sir Cooper Key, K.C.B., F.R.S
and found to be in a most efficient state. She wa
paid out of commission by Captain Fisher of the Bell
rophon on Thursday and her old crew transferred
the Wye; and on the following day the pennon wa
hoisted under new commission by Commander Harri
The Argus left on Saturday for Halifax,
H. M. S. Simoom, Captain Pasley, left on Satui
day last for England.
List of Officers, Officers' families and servan
who embarked for England per H. M. S. Stimoo
on the 18th instant:-
General Staf.-Captain R. E. Lockhart, R.A., ar
servant, M. Middleton and wife and Miss ]
Moore, servants to Major-General Lefroy, C.B.
Royal Artillery.-Lieut.-Colonel R. Gore, Captal
46th Regiment.-Lieut. J. Reeves and Mrs. Reeve
Lieut. H. W. Carden.
87th R. I. Fusiliers.-Mrs. Steavenson, wife of Lieu
Steavenson, and 3 children,
Commissariat Dept.-Asst. Corny. J. G. Y. Wilson
Pay Sub Department. -Asst. Paymaster H. C. Day
son, Asst. Paymaster J. E. Addis, Mrs. Addi
1 child and female servant.
Army Medical Dept.-Surgeon Major W. Hensma:
Mrs. Hensman, 2 children and female servant.
Hon. T. L. Wood, Chief Justice, Capt. Kin,
late H. M. S. Dryad, Mrs. Jermain, Mrs. Blan
and 3 children, Miss Bartolucci, Mr. Stansby (Di
penser), wife and child.
Detail of N. C. Officers and Men, with their wivi
and families, who embarked per H. M. S. Simoom
Royal Artillery.-1 sergeant, 1 corporal, 9 gunner
and 2 women.
Royal Engineers.-7 sappers, 1 woman and 3 chi
46th Regiment.-4 privates.
87th R. I. Fusiliers.--1 staff sergeant, 1 sergeant,
corporals, 21 privates, 3 women and 2 women.
97th Regiment.-4 privates.
Army Service Corps.-3 privates.
Army Hospital Corps.-1 private.
Commissariat Dept.-1 superior Barrack sergeant.
Royal Carriage Dept.-1 civilian artificer.
List of Officers who embarked for Halifax pc
H. M. S. Argus on 19th inst.:
Royal Engineers. -Lieut. C. H. Johnston, Lieut. 4
C. Carter and civilian servant.
Detail of N. C. Officers and Men who embark(
per H. M. S. Argus:
Royal Engineers.--1 sergeant, 1 bugler, and 25 ran
1-20th Regiment.-1 private.
97th egiment.-1 private.
BALL ON BOARD H. MT. S. "3ELLERO-
Captain Fisher, R.N., and the Officers of H.M.S.
Bellerophon," on Thursday evening last enter-
tained a large number of the people of Bermuda
and of Military and Naval Officers, on board that
magnificent ship, at a Ball and Supper.
Balls on board ship have not been very common
of late years in consequence, not of any falling off
in the hospitable and social tastes and habits of H.
M's Navy, but, we presume, of the difficulties of
travelling by water, and the uncertainty which al-
ways attends our weather in the winter and spring.
On this occasion however the arrangements for
the conveyance of the guests from Hamilton and
Somerset were most complete and excellent, and
the boating to and from the great ship was made to
add to the pleasure of the entertainment, instead of
detracting from it. The weather too seconded the
0 efforts of the hosts to have everything as pleasant
as possible. It was a beautiful night. Not a cloud
was seen, and the young moon and the fresh breeze
added greatly to the charms of the excursion.
On approaching the great ship the guests found
every arrangement made for their comfort which
the ready resources of the blue jackets could de-
sire. A platform level with the water's edge re-
ceived them from the side of the barge, and the
landing place with the stair case, was framed in a
canopy and inclosed in walls of many colored
; flags, which formed in fact a commodious apart-
ment, brilliantly lighted up. The Flag Ship indeed
d presented from stem to stern a noble and beautiful
sight, and was itself a splendid spectacle.
S On deck the guests were received with that
d courtesy which, if it does not distinguish at least,
characterizes the Naval service all the world over.
The quarter deck was covered in and festooned
and draped with flags of all nations, and similar
s awnings and festoons covered in the poop deck,
which formed a capital dress circle for those who
s merely looked on, or for the more active members of
the party during brief intervals between the dances,
1 as well as a spacious second ball room for those'who
4 preferred it to the quarter deck.
The Bellerophon Band furnished excellent music
'9 during the whole right with brief intervals of rest.
The quarter deck was alive with dancers, and on
every vantage ground there were crowds of specta-
tors enjoying a scene which few present could have
; His Honor the Acting Governor and Mrs. Morri-
son, Admiral Sir Cooper Key and his family, and
Capt. Somerset, R.N., A.D.C., and Mrs. Somerset
; were present, and stayed to a late hour. Many other
Military and Naval Officers enlivened the scene
with their handsome uniforms, of which there was
; an unusual variety from the circumstance of the
'3 Troopship Simoom lying close by, with a large
number of Detachments from various Regiments
r. and Corps in the West Indies on their way home.
Below, the supper tables were loaded with a most
luxurious repast, and the variety of ornamental
dishes which covered them reminded one sof ,those
ay creations of art which one sometimes sees at a first
er rate London pastry cook's. But a ruthless attack
D, from hundreds of guests made marvellous havoc
J. among the elaborate structures of the chef de cuisine.
._ Here and everywhere Captain Fisher and his Of-
ficers displayed a bountiful and elegant hospitality.
n The party assembled about 9 and broke up pune-
s. tually at 2. Sparkling eyes were soon quenched in
el well-earned slumbers, and flushed cheeks were
cooled by the healthy breeze. About the dreams
ce we can give no authentic information; but rumour
V. has it that there were many floating visions of blue
and scarlet and gold and of roses and lilies, and soft
whisperings and sweet memories, which rosy-fin-
gered morn had not the heart to interrupt.
1. But it was not left to the young and lovely only
r, to bring away pleasant memories of the hospitality
and courtesy of the gallant hosts. The night of
or the 17th May is a night to be remembered even by
l those whose recollections run back over hundreds of
rd pleasant entertainments in these Islands. But not
the youngest who was present then will, we be-
[t- lieve, live to see a more brilliant spectacle.
A CRUISING RACE, steered by Ladies only, was sailed
ry on Friday last. There were six boats entered but only
three started, the Undine. Nautilus and Nameless. The
id Course was from a stake boat moored opposite the
Club Steps, through the Salt Kettle Passage, round
h, Grace's, Tucker's and Morgan's Islands, leaving them
x on the Starboard hand, and back through the Head of
; the Lane to the Stake Boat. The wind was moderate
.; from the North West and the day everything that
u could be desired for a Ladies' Race. The Undine was
steered by Mrs. Gordon, the Nautilus by Miss Grace
ea Gosling and the Nameless by Mrs. Morrison. The
course was estimated at about twelve miles and the
ss Undine received from the Nautilus twenty-nine seconds
and from the Nameless one minute and seventeen sec-
.. ends. The three boats being so nearly of a size made
Sof course an excellent race, which resulted in a victory
s for the Undine which came in a little more than a
* minute ahead of the Nautilus, the Nameless being
e. about two minutes behind the Nautilus. The latter
rw boat mistook the course and left Pearl Island on the
Starboard Hand unnecessarily, which considerably
,u lengthened the distance she sailed.
i., The next race will be on Friday the 1st June from
a' the Camber round the North Rock and back. Entries
e- close on Friday next.
as We have been informed that a statement has
s. been made by some of the New York papers to
the effect that the British Government intend
r'' immediately to connect Nova Scotia with these
Islands by a Telegraph wire. We have not seen
the notice ourselves, but have no reason to doubt
ts that such a statement has appeared. We know
m that the question has been under consideration by
Her Majesty's Government and the costs fully
ad considered; and further that should nothing of
E. importance occur to prevent it, the work may soon
Ln The soundings obtained by H. M. S. Challenger,
when cruising in this part of the Atlantic fully
s' proved the practicability of laying a cable for tele-
graphic purposes either between these Islands and
t. Halifax, N.S.,' or the West Indies-say Antigua,
as that Island is the nearest of the group. The
plateau between Bermuda and Halifax, however,
"' offers the greatest facilities.
s, With this important naval and military station
the Imperial Government should never be without
n, prompt communication, and the facilities which an
electric telegraph link would afford in that respect
g, are beyond question.
is t|H The Postage on Letters from Bermuda for
England by any route, has been fixed at six pence
es per half ounce.
's, Bermuda Produce in the New York Market on
Onions, per box.......... 3
2 Beets.................... 2-
Bermuda Produce in Halifax (N.S.) Market on
Onions......... 5 to 6 cents per lb.
Tomatoes.... $1 per box.
DIVISION ON MR. GLADSTONE'S RESO-
In the House of Commons on the night of the
C. 14th instant, Mr. Gladstone's resolutions were re-
jected by a vote of 854 to 223, and the amendment
ed offered by Sir Henry Wolff, Conservative, to the
effect that the House declines to entertain any
ik resolution which may embarrass the Government
in its maintenance of peace and the protection of
British intei ests, without indicating any alternative
line of policy," was adopted without a division.
MEETING OF THE COLONIAL PARLIAMENT.-It will
be noticed by a Proclamation of His Honor the Acting s
Governor, in the official column of our to-day's Ga- e
zette, that, the Colonial Parliament is to meet in the ,
Town of Hamilton on Thursday the 31st instant, for
the despatch of public business.
We are gratified to learn that General Lefroy and
Family reached New York hence in good health,
and would leave for Canada in a few days.
We understand that General Laffan, R.E., our newly
appointed Governor, may be expected to arrive in Ber-
muda about the last week in June.
ROYAL BERMUDA YACHT RACE for H. R. H. THE
DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S CHALLENGE CUP is fixed for
Wednesday, 27th June.
It is also proposed to have a general Subscription
Race, open to all comers, and without restrictions as to
shifting ballast or number of.crew, to be sailed on the
Amount of prizes :-
2nd, 10, to be increased if the subscriptions admit.
Advertisement containing particulars is promised for
The body of a new bh rn black male child was found on
Saturday morning by a man named Isaac J. Raynor,
secured among the rocks on the west side of Sandys
Parish. Raynor had been looking for drifts when his
,attention was drawn by seeing something like a bundle
of clothes and on examination he found the child wrap-
ped in some, old garments. .It ws in an advanced
stage of decomposition and had evidently been placed
there'some 8 orl ,i''y' previously.
The body of John 'Woods. who, was .drowned in the
Gr(at Sound on the 12th instant (particula-s of which
appeared in our last issue), was discovered, lying among
tie rocks at One Rock Passage on Friday the 18th
A very melancholy death by drowning occurred in
this Harbor on -Saturday last. A sore boat contain-
ing two men in tow of Ameiican schooner l'ii',,.,i
Rulan, was by some means dragged under water and
then turned over. One man named Harford was res-
cued by the pilot of the yacht rins, Mr. A. TV Simmons,
assisted by some gentlemen in the yacht; but the other
poor fellow, named Charles Henry Wilson, sank when
almost within reach of those in the Iris. No blame is
attached to the schooner.
Inquisitions on all the above cases were held by
Charles C. Keane, Esgr., Coroner,..on Saturday the
19th instant, when verdicts in accordance with the facts
in each case, were returned. ,
Arrival of the English Mail of 1st
The R. M. Steamet Alpha, Captain Warden, with
the English Mail of the first instant, arrived at St.
George on Friday, last and left same afternoon
for St. Thomas. Th'be Alpha will.probably be back
from St. Thomas on'Monday next, 28th May.
We are indebted 'to Captain Warden, and other
friends for Halifax papers of the 14th, in addition
to our customary exchange files.
Very Late from
The Mail Steamer Bermuda, Captain Angrove
has arrived. She left New York at 4 p.m. of the"
17th instant and anchored at her wharf in this Town
at half-past 12 o'cl6ck on Sunday making the pas-
sage from wharf to wharf in 68 hours.
We are indebted 4to Captain Angrove, Mr. Purser
Miles, Mr. Rule 1st Officer, Mr. Ritchie, for late
files, and to'Matsoqn Williams, Esqr., fora copy of
the Commercial Advertiser of the evening of the 17th.
Gold in New Yoil on 17th, 1071.
Share Delaware a4id Hudson Canal, May 17 389.
THE RUSSIAN 'L*T IN NEW YoRK.:-The New.'
York Commercial Advertiser of the 17th says :-"The
Russian fleet started this morning, presumably ia
search of something to devour. TLe public will
await with some curiosity the next tidings from
these sailors, as there are certain little circumstan-
ces connected with their7departure which may be of
great interest to the American people.'?
It is believed thai the Fleet is gone for the pur-
pose of intercepting vessels leaving the Northern
States for Turkey'with munitions of war, which
have been invariably 'carried by British, steam-
The Russian Corvettes Bayan, Albrecht, and
Osadnick, had left San Francisco under 'sealed or-
ders, though it is gien out they return to Siberian
The City of Brussels, (the missing steamer from
New York to Liverpool,) was fallen'in with by the
City of Richmond o tihe 7th May about 1,800 mile
westward of the Fastnet Light, proceeding under
canvas, having broken her shaft on the 23rd April.
All well on board.
THE LIGHT HOiuE on St. David's Island, or at least
the Tower for the Light, is we are informed by a Gen-
tleman who visited St. David's Island on Tuesday last,
all but completed., He spoke highly of the apparent
substantiality and perfection of the work and considered
it most creditable to the builder. "It now remains
for the Legislature to decide on the descrip ionr of
light which is to be placed on the tower. We are cre-
dibly informed that all descriptions of lanterns suita-
ble for the purpose have advanced quite forty per cent
within the past few years.
THE TOMB OF SIR GEORGE SOMERS.
History tells us that the heart and bowels of
the gallant old Admiral Sir George Somers,' whose
latter days were so intimately connected with the
first settlement of these Islands,-whose name they
bear and whose adventurous life terminated here-'
were interred in the Town of St. George. Tradi-
tion pointed out a narrow enclosure at the lower
side of the Government house garden as the spot,
and here Governor Butler, serving under the Com-
pany, is said to have about the year 1622 erected
a monument over the grave, but nothing but a
mutilated slab of a coarse description of stone with-
out any record engraven upon it, was found.
In 1819 Admiral Sir David Milne, with "the
Mayor and Magistrates of St. George," Williams,
the Historian tells us, "repaired to the place and
opened the. vault, but found nothing but the
fragments of an opaque glass bottle, some decayed
bones and a pebble." A subscription was project-
ed at the time for enclosing this place, and erect"-
ing a suitable memorial, but it was' never accom-
It remained for our late philanthropic Governor,
General Lefroy, of himself to maik the spot where
the heart, &c., of Sir George Somers, are believed
to have been deposited, and having communicated
his desire to the Corporation of St. George, who
readily acquised. The wall of the Garden has
been carried back, and an arch formed over the
tomb, and a marble Tablet, bearing the following
inscription in Roman Capitals, is placed immediately
above the arch:-
SNEAR THIS SPOT
WAS INTERRED IN THE YEAR 1611.
THE HEART OF THE HEROIC ADMIRAL
SIR GEORGE SOMERS, KT.,
WHO NOBLY SACRIFICED HIS LIFE
TO CARRY SUCCOUR.
TO THE INFANT AND SUFFERING PLANTATION OQW
THE STATE OF VIRGINIA.
TO PRESERVE HIS FAME TO FUTURE AGES,
NEAR THE SCENE OF HIS MEMORABLE
SHIPWRECK OF 1609,
THE GOVERNOR AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF
OF THIS COLONY FOR THE TIME BEING
CAUSED THIS TABLET TO BE ERECTED
THE WAR NEWS is anything but reliable. The
evere fighting reported at Dobrudscha is unfound-
d. The London Times of last Thursday, says:-
: No engagements have occurred between the Rus-
ians and Turks in Europe except on the line of
batteries between Ibrail and Ismail. The question'
LoW being discussed here is whether the Rouma-
Lian army shall cross the Danube with the Russians
or simply remain on their own' soil to protect the
ines of communication. Although a majority of
he members of the Government are at present op-
posed to the passage of the river, it is extremely
probable that the more active and determined mem-
bers of the war party will finally prevail."
In France, it will be noticed by our extracts, a
change of Ministry has taken place, which may be
attended with much trouble in that country. Pre-
sident M. Simon having assumed more power than
was considered by Marshal MacMahon to be con-
sistent with his position, was called on by the latter
to resign his office, which he did, and the resigna-
tion of the other members of the Ministry" quickly
followed. In forming a new Cabinet General
MacMahom will doubtless avoid as much as possi-
ble the Radical Republican element.
TROUBLE IN NEWFOUNDLAND WITH THE FRENCH
RELATIVE TO THE FisuERIis.-The London Tele-
graph's Paris despatch of the 15th instant says the
nation of the Governor of Newfoundland in forbid-
ding the French to fish for herring has been a sub-
ject of complaint by the French Cabinet, but the
English Government supports the Governor; hence
the interchange of unsal.isfactory diplomatic notes.
LONDON, May 16.-The campaign along the Dan-
ube opened actively yesterday at several points. A
great concentration of Russian troops is 1aki6g place
at Laarnu-Magureh, at which point the Eigbtb and
12th 'Russian army corps will probably cross the Dan-
ube, thereby turning the Bulgarian quadrilateral.
T'he Seventh and Eleventh corps will invade the
Dobin ds.eha. It is even stated that these corps,
with cavalry and artillery, have already crossed at
Potbachb in t'he Dobrudscha, and that an engage-
ment is now in progress. '1 he Russian front will be
covered by ten regiments of Cossacks. The inun-
dations have now decreased in the Biila Valley, and
6,000 tr66ps are marching down. The, Russian
army for actual operations now numbers nine corps.
Only two are destined for" the Dobrudscha. The
main body, according to military calculations, will
cross near Oiurgevo and move southeast, toward
Yarna.. Further confirmation of the Russian
crossing seems to be contained in a Daily Telegraph
special, dated Matchin, Monday, which says:-
The Russians are apparently making an attempt
to cross the'Danube. Heavy artillery firing has
been going on up to the moment of my sending this
despatch. The Turks have been successful in re-
pelling the attack. The Russians are believed to be
in great force." The capture of. the Turkish gun-
boat which tried to pass Kalafat is confirmed. The
gunboat was forced to surrender near Kalafat be-
cause of a heavy fire from 'a battery.
SINKING OF A TURRISHMON1TOR BY THE
LONDON, May 14, 1877.-The HERALD correspon-
dent stationed at the Russian headquarters at Jassy-
telegraph's, under date of yesterday, full details of
the sinking of the Turkish monitor by the Russian
batteries before Ibrail on the' River"Danube. He
says that the entire Turkish flotilla, consisting of
several-heavy armed monitors and a few gunboats
of the first and second class, appeared before the
town of Ibrail, and on coming into position began
bombarding the place. The fire of the Turkish
vessels was at once returned by the Russian shore
batteries, and the artillery battle was soon a fierce
and deadly one and continued for some time. At
length two shells were fired from a piecd -i6n one of
the Russian batteries, under the direction of Com-
mandant Samailli, at one of the monitors having
two turrets and three masts and named the Louk-
fivelli (meaning "The-Grace of God'`). The ves-
sel fired at was at a distance of tw miles from'the
battery, yet both of the shells struck the monitor.
As.they fell the vessel seemed for a moment to be
rising out, of the water, and in less than a: minute
,after she sapk. There was no explosion, and the
m6nitor went down so suddenly that it is believed
that the fatal projectiles did not strike the powder
magazine, but fell into the hold, where they explod-
ed, no doubt tearing large holes in her. bottom, .the
waterrushing in so rapidly that she sank without any
warning. 200 persons were drowned.
The Russians go to her Aid.-As soon as the cat-
astrophe was comprehended in its fullest extent the
Russians made an effort to succour their enemies.
A boat was despatched from the shore to the" scene
of the wreck, in whilh-were an officer of the ma-
rines named Skoulew, an, Aide-de-Camp named
Ragoufla and Lieutenant Doubanoff. They were
unsuccessful in finding any of the officers and crew'
in the water, but Lieutenant Doubanoff had the
honor of capturing the flag of the sunken monitor.
THE FRENCH CRISIS-COMPLEXION OF
.... THE NEW CABINET. ".
LONDON, May 17.-The Times' correspondent at
Paris says: "President MacMahon's letter to M.
Jules Simon, which caused the latter to 'tender his
resignation, is one of the most serious, and perhaps
most fatal events since the fall of M. Thiers." The
correspondent recapitulates the repeated efforts of
the Right to bring about a collision between Presi-
dent MaeMahon and the Republicans, as President
MacMahon has several times declared that if the
Left sought to lead him too far he would form a
Right and dissolutionists cabinet.
LONDON, May 17.-The Standard's Port Said
special says the Hotspur is moored at the entrance
of the canal, the Devastation has taken up a position
commanding the mouth of the harbor, and the re-
mainder of the fleet is anchored two miles off the
shore, completely guarding the entrance of the
canal at Port Said,
The Russian Telegraph Agency in St. Peters-
burg, says the American officers in the service of
the Khedive have. refused to bear arms against
Russia. They will remain in Egypt,
A Hungarian legion is being formed at Pera.
1WP We are compelled for want of time to omit
several items intended for this Gazette.
MARRIED,-at St. Edward's Catholic Church in this
Town, on May 8th,'by.the Rev. J. Bellord, MICHAEL
MIDDLETON, of Northumberland, England, to CATH-
ERINE VIVIA SMITH, of Baltimore, Md.
DIED, at 40, Connaught-street, Hyde Park-square,
London, on Friday the 20th April,. 1877, EVELINA,
widow of the late CHARLES, HESELTINE, Esqr., and
eldest daughter of the late Francis J. Jones, Esqr., of
.......... in Sandys Parish, on Sunday the 13th inst.,
after a long and painful illness, MR. WM. CHRISTO-
PHER .TRE, aged 75; much respected by all who knew
him. He leaves 3 grandchildren and 5 great grand
children to mourn their loss.
........., in Sandys Parish, on Sunday 13th instant,
HENRY RICHARD LANE, aged 5 months and 15 days
the only child of James and Laura Jane Burns.
........., in this Town on the morning of the 16th in-
stant, after a long and painful illness, HENRIETTA,
wife of Y r. William Clark, aged 49 -years, leaving a
large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss.
Drowned in the Harbour of Hamilton, on Sat-
urday last, the 19th instant, CHARLES HENRY WILSON.
second son of Richard and Ann Wilson, aged 16 years
and five months, leaving father, mother, 4 brothers, a
sister, and several other relatives and friends to'mourn
11 di She Old .aInd.,
B LS, S. F. FLOUR
Fancy BISCUITS .
Barrels Corn MEAL .... .
Do. Sweet POTATOES
Bags CORN Half Chests Oolong TEA
Tubs BUTTER Boxes SOAP
Cases OYSTERS Boxes CIGARS
Cases PEACHES and Sweet CORN
Qrtr. Barrels MACKEREL :
Boxes FISH and HERRINGS
To Close an Irnvoice of
& 01E.: 6
CURRY COMBS Rat TRAPS
Egg WHIPS Watch KEYS
Pocket PENCILS Pie PLATES
Fancy SOAPS, a large assortment
&e., &c., &.
; JOHN II AR F T.
Hamilton, May 22, 1877.
For Benefit of all Concerned
BYT Ai JCIO.
WILL BE SQ. D,
Next, the 23rd lust., at 12 o'eo,
ON P 3 NT
The HULL, SP.Ra
J STS, sTSs;
SR DIGGING and all the MATERIfA1 of.
The Br. Brgt. Florence,
Caiptan WOO I)1, pu1 into tlis Port ini-distress
on a Voyage from Cienfuegos bound to Halifax,
N. S. and abandoned and Sold on Survey and
Estimate. r ...
W. W. ` fYLAND,
St. CGeorges, Muy 19 1877.. .. "Aw
On Thursday Neot
Immediately after sailing of S. S. Bermuda."
Under the Big Shed .
I Will Sell-
,By Order.,fXC. HiR.B~so, sq.'
24 Dozen Quarts St., Louis
40 Dozen Pints St. Louis Lager Bil'
(A consignment just received per S ,. ". "er-
The finest quality of Lager tier!
The best in the World!
MATCHES, 8 Card -
MDO 6 do.
I Lot Felt HIITS
Chests Oolong TgIAA Chests Souchong Do.
Just received per Stepmer, Sold for account of
C 1. i.SRoBNsoN. *
And any other Articles that may appear on
(lay of Sale. i f'
Hamilton, fay 21, 1877# ,Auctiw..
Seven H hundred Pounds,
To defray the Expenses of the British Brigt.
The same to be Secured Iys Bottomry and
Respondemial Bond for said Vessel hence with
a Caigo of Sugar and Molasses to Philadelphia.
Tenders from Parties wishing to furniahhe
Same will be received by the Mar,.. y
Office till 6 I', Mi., THURSDAY th24tih.
St. George's, May 21sf, 1877. ,
' OWes Notic
To Growers aind Owners
OF BERMNUkA PRODUCE.
IN consequence of the great inc*ase awsip.
ments of Produce to New York since,the
season of 1874, W6deem it necessary to-give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipilments of Bermuda
Produce for New York made throuah-usbul with.
out being responsible for the ,-t proceeds until
paid to our order in N-1w 'Yirk, r'h iceh"iill be
iven to the New York Consignees for Sale,
y each vessel tran.poiting a shipment. '--
When necessary to order Specie jn rero for
apy slhipuut it i will be. insured at the eixpse
of the Owners interested,, and OwesO mill
clearly understand that all the dangers of tr-
sport are borne by then. '
[ armiltir', Ittrmiud, a t no 3- :t p
,.January 9,; 877. to t
A ,. Regular Meeting of the
Atlantic Phcenix Lodge, No. 224, G. R.
i: liE., takes place this Tuesday Evening,
22nd Instant, at the Masonic flHall, Hamilton,
atM7'30 p.m. A full attendance is requested for
the transaction of particularbusiness.
i fMay 22nd, 1877.
~EV~MUDAIO VA L,
~" ~ -
- -s',.- ~-~- vwr-~
n T Notice.
In Frontof the Stores of the Un-
dersigned, DRY GOODS! DRY GO3DS0
On Thursday next,
24th inst., At 12 o'clock, M.,
Of the Schr. ANNIE FLORENCE,
Jhtst :Arrived from Halifax,
50 DanRUMS CODFISH
-- 24 Case LIME JUICE, in bottles
30 Cases Best Dark BRANDY
4 Bbls. Best Family BEEF "
6 Half Bbls. Do. Do. Do.
6 Kits Corned ROUNDS
12 Dozen BROOMS
12 Do. BUCKETS
1000 Feet White Pine BOARD
125 Bags OATS, 2 Bushels each
100 Bbls. Table POTATOES
20,000 Lbs. FIREWOOD
'2 Dozen WASHBOARDS
5 Boxes Clothes PINS
S.. Boxes SOAP, 60 lbs. each
On ~ EGS New York BUTTER
'- -'- 25 Bbs. Sf. FLOUR,,
20 Bbls. CORN, 31-Bushels each
501 Pieces BACON, Shoulders
5 |@ls. Kerosene OIL
100 Reams Wrapping PAPER
20 Small Boxes TOBACCO, 20 lbs. to 35 lbs.
1 bIe IOtS, 32 Ilbs.
S. W. WALKER & Co.,
iraailton, May 21, 187.
Z WILL SELL
IT 1,OV1 STORES,
: .' AT NOON .
On Thursday next,
I.,* The 24th instant,
A PORTION OF THE
Ex. Schr.. Virginia Rulon," 4 days
frp* New York,-YViz.:
100 BALES HAY
50 13ags CORN
WBl s. MEAL 10 Bls. FLOTJR
5 Half B.. MACKEREL
5 50 Boxes HERRINGS
5 Cases PRUNES, 10 Boxes CANDLES
B1. ] EROSItNE
5 20 Gases Florida WATER
5 Bli. Pilot BREAD 5 Bis. Navy BREAD
25 Reams PAPER
5 Bis. Ground FEED for Horses
5 Bags RICE
- 10 Boxes OONFECTIONERY.
S '; JJO.F.: ,BURROWS.
Ra en, May 822877.
The Undersigned has been favored
with instructions to' Sell
leat. Steniveisosn 97th, R. I. F.
Govt. Hill, St. George,
On Friday Next,
25th May, inst., at 12 o'clock.
Consisting as usual of Drawing Room, Dining
RooIm, ad 'Red Roomo FURNITURE, and
1Kitchen Utensils, the greater part of which, is
literally sew. and of excellent Quaity,
For particulars see Hand Bills--TERS CASH.
SU, Gegs, 21st May," Aictioneer.
^ QOR SALE.
rts on New York,
"AT ONE DAY,"
A pply to C
Hamilon, 22nod Mayr 1877.-I "
.Final Notice. .
THE Undersigned heroby inform those IN-
DEBTED to them, that their balances
- Mi'ST'be settled' in full by the 31st Instant;
no excuse about short-Crope, &c., will be taken.
Afteoi that date Accounts Unsettled will be placed
in Legel hands for Collection. 1
BELL & YOUNG,
., No. 1,;West Front Street.
1lamanto, |May ULat. 1877.-2 pd.
A LL DEMANDS against the Es-
S tafle f RS. ELIZA fI. HIGGS, Widow
of the late Robert Higgs of St. George., are
requested to be sent to Wip,.T. Roberts, Agent,
o v bef, JUNE 5th. .
A1 AiPersons INDEBTED to said Estate are
required to make payment by above date.
MARIA A. HIGGS,.
AIELENOR A. IHIGGS,
SEREs ,f 4 IGS, .
Phd. e i a..;. "1xec utrizes.
Philadelphia, May 16, 1877.-3
We beg to draw attention to the
LARGE SALE OF ASSORTED
On FRIDAY next,
The 25th inst.,
At the Stores .of MR. EDWARD SMITH,
East Bi'oadway, in this Town.
B W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 21, 1877.
At Public Auction.
The 29th day of May, instant, on the
The Two Dwelling
With the Lots of LAND, eaoh 100 feet x 50
eet,, onw which they are respeotfUlly erected,
designated No.-37 and No.-39 ,of the Third
Longitudinal (or Church) Street in this Town,
The Houses are in good repair, the Lots very
productive and the situation, between Trinity
Church and' Parliament Street, particularly
The Premises may be inspected at any time.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 7th, 1877.--3pg.
Suitable for the Season.
Have just Received,
A Large and well Selected Assortment of Eng.
lih and Scotch
Per "CANIMA" via New York,
Which are offered at low Rates.
The attention of the Public is Invited.
LOCKWARD & INGHAM,.
Under It. B. Y. Club Roomis.
Hlamilton, 14th May, 1877. '
pARTIES INDEBTED to the Undersigned
are respectfully requested to settle their
ACCOUNTS in full, not later thaa Thirty-first
day of MAY, Instant. All accounts remaining-
unpaid by that date will be placed'in legal hands -
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, May 1st, 1877.-4 3p.
On Messrs. A.
BENNETT'' a& CO., New York.
TH 1 Hook of ASSESSMENT
of Property in Pembroke Parish having
been revised by the Parish Vestry, will remainin
OPEN FORI INSPECTION of Tax Payers
at the Office of the Undersigned from 22nd to
29th of the present month. Parties having ob-
jections to make thereto, will please leave them
in writing with the Undersigned by 29th inst.'
ROBERT W ARD,.
Parish Vestry Cleik.
Pembroke Parish, May 21s Vestry 177.-lek.
.,1 Public Aleeting
Will be held in the Scho.ol Room, Ireland *s-
land, at 4 P. M.
Vice Admiral Sir A. Cooper Key,1
K. B., F. RIt S., Coinmander-In-Chief,
.For the purpose of furthering the olj.,ct of
providing a Sailors' I lome at Soinmrtet,
22nd. May, 1877.
An American Carriage,
If not ,Sold will be raffled, 35 Memberi at 1,
A 4 Wheeled
Quiet .4f11 E
Accustomed to he driven either by Lady or
HARNESS, and Stable KIT,
Fine Young BOAR' Good Breeding SOW
Dining TABLE with Leaves
Deal TABLE with leaves
Money CHEST ,. Writing DESK
3 C(BBOARIDS Round Tin B'PATi
Bottling MACHIN E Dutch OVEN
Set of Drawing Room Fire IRONS
Olt IDIRON Mosquito FRAME
Single Iron BEDST'EAD
Child's Iron COT
Pair of Spirit DECAN'ERS
Large LAMP Round Brass C LOCK
6 Dinner KNIVES FILT1I'R
Ice Water FILTER i
2 Six Chamber REVOLVERS, &c. [
TO BE RAFFLED.
A PIANO 25 members at 10s
An old fashioned Iall CLOCK, 14
Members at 5,. -
Apply at Office of this paper.
May 22nd, 1877.
T HE Undersigned having taken
over the Hamilton Hotel, for the Sum-
mer Months, is prepared to furnish BOARD
and LODGING on reasonable terms. Every
attention will be given to the Comfort of those
who may te pleased to patronize tho above
The Paget and Warwick
^"* "4Lti 1 : :
Apply to oral society.
S. S. INGHAM & C0.4 unora ,o- ety
Hamilton, 30th, April, 1877.NG M & C AT the request of the above mentioned So-
H Pub1 cityt, we beg respectfully to acquaint the
I otiee. -* i~ Public, that the only acknowledged -'. and W.
SNOti e. C. S., still.exists tnder i I only acknowledged
Master Mr, T. R. DARRELL, to whose able
AIL Persons having DEMANDS management it owes its great success and its
against the Estate of the late JOHN D. popularity. Their unprecedented' success has
BELL; Esqr., are requested to render the same caused the formation of another P. and W. C.
to the Undersigned on or before 25th MA Y next. S., (?), but the real P. and W. C. S. (so named
And those INDEBTED to said Estate, are re- by ex-Governor J. II. Lefroy) needs not to assume
quired to make Payment by that date. another's name to obtain patronage, for the famri-
HETTY BELI,. liar faces of its members have been so often
SL. seen that their patrons have only to witness
Executrix. their reappearance to unanimously agree to their
W. E. TALBOT, honest claim to that name. The records of the
SAMUEL C. BELL, IP. and W. C. S. (together with communications
Executors. and requisitions for professional alttendlance) in
April 24th, 1877. our possession, will still further testify thie
honesty of their claim.
N otf1 'JAMES ANDERSON, Secretary,
N o e e- H. II. RAYNOI, Dep. Secretary,
A LL Persons having received May 22nd, 1877. P. and W. C. S.
1 -- -- --1 A L 5 ........
their Accounts to 31st December last, and
who may receive them during the present mouth
will please give them their immediate attention.
DONALD M'PHEE LEE.
Hamilton, May 22nd, 1877.
Halifax Built, Four Wheel
D0 6O CART
Fitted with shafts and polo for single or dou-
ble harness, with set of Double Har,ness onm-
plete; convertible into single or double harness
For further particular apply
LIEUT., Clarence Hill.
Clarence Hill, May 22nd, 1877. F o r S 1 e For Sale.
TO L '32 lOs. -
TO L "' a' o -r", A Dark Brown
-Thatdesirable and convenient coun*- A CHESTNUT MARE
try residence known as
S Lane's Fars.
Lane'sp 4 years old, quiet in Saddle and Hlarness. Fast, And a Bay Ul dfUL n, well adapt-
Prospect. willing, free from all vice. Clever and believed ed for Farm Work.
Outbuildings, comprising Smabling, Coach- to be sound. Sold in consequence of the term-
lhtuse, Barn, &c., and considerable planting lan4i. nation of the Paper Chases.-For further parti- Apply within the next ten days to
Immediate possession of Hlouse. Terinu roa* culars apply to the BRIGADE MAJOR, Head W. H. JONES,
sonable. Apply"at Office of this Paper. Quarter Office, Hamilton. Devonshire.
' May 21, 1877. May 21, 1877. 22nd May, 1877.
ALL Persons are forbid TRESPASSING on
Sthe Half-share of Land belonging to the
Estate of the late W. E. Newman, Esqr., willed
and entailed by Wm. Peniston, his lawful be-
gotton heirs. The Undersigned is the .lawful
heir. All Cattle found Trespassing on said
Land after this date will be Empounded. I'er-
sons Planting on the Land will please take
away their Produce as it ripens. All Persons
TRESPASSING on the Land after this date
will be dealt with as the Law directs, without
respect of Persons. i
ROBT. T. PENISTON.
.Smiths Parish, April 21st, 1877.-3 pd.
Htamilton, Bermiuda, 22nd May, 1877.
*' Colonist," copy.
To Consignees per Royal Mail Stea-
mers from Halifax and St. Thomas.
TN future no Goods will be deliv-
ered u, til all outstanding Freights are paid
by the Consignees.
Parties who are in arrears for Freight will
please come forward, and make prompt P.Y-
M E NT, otherwise legal means will have to be
resorted to for Collection; and such persons
are hereby notified that their Goods will be
detained and Stored, at their risk and expense
under Bill of Lading, until such arrearages are
All transactions after this date with the Royal
Mail Steamer Packet Office must be for Gash.
Parties shipping Goods to either Halifax or
St. Thomas, through the Agent, will please
forward sufficient Specie to cover the boat
Freight t. Steamers.
To those Consignees who are punctual I
tender my sincere thanks.
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,
St. George's, May 7th, 1877.-3 .2p. gent.
C HESTS Oolong and Souchong
Choice American CONFFCTIONERY
A splendid assortment of Snmmer HATS
Prize Packet STATIONERY
A superb assortment of Men's, Women's and
I Boots & Shoes.
Friction MA'TCHES, 6 & 8 cards
by the Gross or Case.
C. H. ROBINSON.
No. 45, Front Street, ?
Hamilton, May 22, 1877. l
From Great Britain.
The Undersigned has just received
Per "1 Alpha," via Halifax,
SPRING and SUMMER
Which are now being opened, and will be
offered at very moderate prices, at his old Stand
No. 39, Front Street.
A LEX. J. FRITIL,
Hamilton, 21st May, 1877.-3S
]I ENiOERS will be received by the Under-
Ssigned up to Noon of
Thursday, 31st Inst.
From Parties willing to furnish
ft. ins. ins.
2,000 STONE 2 x 12 x 6
7,000 DO. 2 x 15 x 6
STONE to be oLbhest Material, to be cut
square and subject to inspection.
Tenders to state the shortest time in which
the STONE can be delivered.
The Building Committee do not bind them-
selves to accept the lowest or any Tender.
CLAUDE WM. McCALLAN,
Secretary of the Free Church of England Building
St. George's, 17th May, 1877.-2 3p.
Colonist, copy twice.
SIew York Mail Steamer.
Will leave Hamilton, Bermuda, for
May 24th, at 3-30 P.M.
All \l AlN l close at Post ()lice at I p.m., 24th.
Specie, Parcels, and Freight will be received
until 6 p.m Wednesday, 23rd. Bills of Lading
will be signed until 10 a.m., 24th inst., unless
Passengers are respectfully notified that the
Stage will be removed at 3 p.m., 24th.
Return Tickets must be endorsed here.
Sufferance Warehouse will be cleared on 26th
inst. Consignees are requested to pay freight
on that date,
TR0 TT 4, COX,
M. FRITH, Master,
Will Sail as above
The 3Ist Instant,
T Will take Freight out and back.
This Vessel being quite New and a very quick
mailer will give great satisfaction to Shippers.
B. W. WALKER CO.,
Hamilton, May 22nd, 1877.
Edgar Butterfield, Mrs Joseph Basden, Mrs Rich-
ard Butterfield, Peter Burgess, M Bourke, Samuel
Bluck, Joao Bettencourt, Wm I1 Bean, Mrs Bren-
nan, F 11 Collymore, W If Chambers, George F
Cann, Joseph Dill, Dennis B Davis, John Degrillar,
Maria Candida Distende, Frances Duerden, Jos.'ph
T Darrell, J A Darrell, J.oseph Dunkley, S L Eve,
George Eve, Elizabeth Fowl.r, Mrs Fenner, Henry
F Frith, Louis Griset, W N ilinson, J A Hlult, Jas
Hayward, Mrs A E Hamilton, Thos flail, Elizabeth
J Harford, Ruth Ann Joeil, George E Jones, Brown
Jones, Mary Jane Kennedy, J S Lundquist, Mrs
Lewis, Richard Lambert, A F Lundberg, Alexander
Logan, J Myers, Wm HI Monck, Margaret Mead,
Thaddeus M'ca!lan, Lorraino Mansfield, Wm N
Pitt, Joseph N Place, Wmin T Place Elliston B Perot,
James D Perenchiof, J J Riley, Ellen Robinson, Mrs
HI M Stowe, Editha Swan, Edward J Smith, Samuel
Simons, (Paget), Maiy Swan, Dr Charles Smith,
Richard N Swan, Mrs Sweney, Solomon J Simmons,
Ann Steed, Georgianna Swvan, Mrs Yorker Tooker,
Benjamin Trott, Joseph Trott, Wm Trott, Julian
Post Office, Hamilton, May 21, 1877.
MAILS FOR ENGLAND, United States, and
Dominion of Canada, pr Steamer Bermuda, closq at
the Post office, Hamilton,,ON THURSDAY NEXT,
at one o'clock.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE, ST. GEORGE, 21st May, 1877.,
F G Boggs, Rev James Bellord, Alfred Burch,
James W Burgss, John 1I Burgess, John J Burgess,
Richard Dickson, B Carris, George Caater, Miss IR
Ml DaCosia, Caltoiin Wmin B Ellis, A A Fowles,
John Fox, A FGustasson, MAr Gilbert, E I1 Hooper,
Ophelia Harvey, John Haliman, \ Hugtes, \ Jugton,
Henry James Jones, Richard Lambert, Hon A J
Musson, Eliz McNuen, William McCa.lin, U W
McC'allan, J T Nugent, 'I hlddcus Outerbridc, S (
Rankin, Capt Fred ii Smith, John R, Swainsop,
henry Stollard, Susan A Smiih,'Susan Smith, Joseph
J Smith, Frances Smii, Thomos E Trott, Rolin J
Tucker, Edward WValsh,
To Return Direct,
THE FINE SCHOONER
tB i IMU) \,Ali.
S ().I lzS' ISI,,NDA .
By His Honor WILLIAM Lf1W-
TIE MORRISON, R.E.,
Acting Governor and Com-
[L.S..If. iander-in- Chirf, Vice-Ad-
miral and Ordinary in and
over these Islands, rc., 8fc.,
William Lawtie lIorrison,
Colonel Royal Engineers,
Acting Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
I troclata atio.,
W 'I!IRR.IEAS I have thought fit to Convene
this present COLONIAL PARLIAMENT,
which stands Prorogued to SATURIi)\VY, the
9th day of June next, I do therefore, by and
with the advice of llEtr MAJESTY'S COUNCII,
The said Colonial Parliament,
l heirsdaUf the 3 1 st dfiy of
TRU1 9 TO MEIT
IN THE TOWN OF HAM1YILTON
Dispatch of Public Business:
of which as well the \lemhors of the Legislative
Council as the Members of the House of As,
sembly are hereby required to take notice and
to govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my [land and the Great
Seal of these Islands, this
Twenty-first day of May,
1877, and in the Fortieth year
of HeIr Majesty's Reign.
By His Excellency's Command, *
God Save the Queen.
MISS 1. EVE'S SCHOLARS,
Assisted by a few Ladies and Gentlemen,
Intend giving an
On the 30th of this month
At the TOWN HALL,
(Which is kindly loaned by the Mayor),
For the benefit of the Widow and
Child of the late JOHN PENISTON.
The EXERCISES will consist of
Singing, Piano Music, Tableaux and Re-
citations, interspersed with Music
from the A LEXANDRINA
(Admittance) Reserved Seats 1/0. Unreserved
1/. Children 6d.
TICKETS may be obtained at the door, also
at Mrs. Martha Robinson's (Lane), Mr. J.
Place's, Mr. F. Tongues'.
DOORS opened at71 o'clock. PE1RFOMI-
ANCE to begin at 8 o'clock.
lamilton, 21st May, 1877.
For Barbados and
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
THE GULLY ASSASSINATION IN MISSIS- RUSSIA AND TURKEY.
SIPPI-ITS TRAGIC CONSEQUENCES. In 1853 it was perfectly manifest all through the
MERIDIAN, Miss., May 1.-The following is an negotiations that Russia's aim was to force Turkey
account of the Kemper county, Miss., tragedy into war, and that she was not very scrupulous as
Several years since, in De Kalb, Ben Rush, a to the pretext she employed for that purpose.
native white republican, fired at John W. Gully, T'his won for the Turks the sympathy of all the
democrat, missing him, but killed his brother, Sam other nations-a sympathy which was greatly in-
Gully ; John thereupon fired desperately, wounding tensified by the valiant manner in which they de-
Rush, who finally recovered, since which and pre- fended their own territory. During the negotia-
viously, it is said, a deadly feud existed between tions the Russian designs were steadily resisted, ex-
them. Last December Gully was waylaid, shot and posed, and checkmated by Lord Stratford de Red-
seriously wounded by Rush, so Gully said. Rush cliffe, and were discountenanced by the British
disappeared and has not been seen since. The as- Government at home. During the negotiations
sassination of Gully on Thursday is believed to be preceding the present war, Russia has taking care
his work. to act in concert with the Great Powers up to the
The tragic death of Gully, who was personally very last. All of them concurred with her in sub-
known to everybody, having once been sheriff, scribing to the Andrassy note; some of them sub-
brought together many persons seeking information scribed with her to theBerlin memorandum ; all of
and to attend the funeral, which occurred Saturday them took part with her in the Conference at Con-
afternoon several miles from De Kalb. At the fu- stantinople in the attempt to bring the Turks to
neral much excitement prevailed, and with difficulty reason ; and all of them signed the still more recent
orderly sepulture had. On the same day, upon affi- protocol, which was prompt ed by the same laudable
davits by divers parties, warrants were issued for design. Moreover-whether as the result of policy
the arrest of W. W. Chisholm, J. P. Gilmer, C. or principle it is bootless to enquire-Russia has
Rosenbaum and Hopper. acted throughout with a studied moderation which
The reportell threats of Chisolm and Gilmer in- is the very reverse of the feverish, passionate fana.
flamed the white people, who regarded them as al- ticism displayed by the Emperor Nicholas, while
most public enemies. Gilmer had just returned the cool astuteness of Ignatieff is in equally strik-
from jail in St. Louis, where he had been taken by ing contract with the brusque and blundering
requisition on several charges of fraud. Chisolm manner of Mentschikoff. In 1854 the declaration
aided in making his bond there. Sunday morning of war against Russia was the most popular step
Chisholm was arrested and placed under guard at a Government in England could have taken; at
his residence in De Kaib. The crowd demanded present a very large minority, if not a majority, of
that he should go to jail, where he was accordingly the English people are more desirous of seeing
taken, his wife, daughter and young son accompany- something done for the Christians than they are of
Ing him inside, he retained a brace of revolvers, seeing the Porte saved from humiliation. Finally.
At his (Chisolm's) request guards were stationed it is exceedingly improbable that Russia will
outside; also in the ball up stairs, where he him- attempt now anything like annexation of territory,
self was placed, the persons composing the guard while it was frem the first quite evident in 1853
being designated by himself, six or eight of them that acquisition of territory was her real object.
Inside armed with double-barrel guns. Hopper Should the Turks be victorious in the first few en-
was also arrested and placed in another part of the gagements there would be no ground for surprise;
jail. Then Gilmer appearing on the street was ar- but Russia is so superior to Turkey in the number
rested and soon surrounded by a crowd. Seeing of her troops as well as the means of mobilising
another crowd near the jail, and doubtless feeling them that the final result cannot be considered
fearful, he made a sudden effort to escape, dashing doubtful if the original combatants are left to the
through the crowd and running. As he was pass- tender mercies of each other.
ing between two houses persons in the crowd fired,
killing him instantly. Rosenbaum, who was taken THE ALGERIAN EUCALYPTUS.
with Gilmer, was jailed. About 8 P.M. several of
the inside guards becoming wearied requested the A corrules pondent has sent us a treatise on the
sheriff to relieve them. He told each to bring a usefulness of th Algerian Eucalyptus Globlus as
particular person named to relieve him. a medium of purifying the atmosphere of miasmatic
particular prlvers edtogethereleave ngthimlands, of securing regular and large crops by the
Four or five retired together, leaving their guns well-known attraction of rain clouds by wooded
leaning against the wall. Directly several persons districts, &c. The writer claims that the preserva-
came up the stairway, as relief guards, of whom it tion and increase of forests is essential to the eivil-
is thought Dr.Dave Rosser, who was foremost, was ization and the population of a country, and pro-
one. Before the door could be secured behind ceeds to say that one-third of Saxony and Bavaria
them a crowd rushed in. Chisolm seized all the consists of forests and woods, and one-fourth of
guns left by the guards, retired to the rear end of Prussia and Belgium, one-sixth of France, and only
the hall and fired, killing Rosser. While in the one-eleventh of Algeria. In Algeria, thanks to the
act of firing the second shot his young son John ran large number of eucalyptus trees which have been
across In front of him, receiving the charge, which lanted there, vat mapshes have been drained and
killed him instantly. great quantities of wood supplied, while the popu-
Firing now became general and promiscuous, nation has increased proportionally with the plant.
Chisolm's wife and daughter clung to him. His ing of the trees. Tbe French engineers who build
daughter received a wound in the wrist. He him- i invariably surround each of them with a
self fell, supposed to be mortally wounded, but still villages invariably surroundeach mof them with a
survives. One McClellan, an adherent of Chis- boulevard of eucalyptus trees 50 metres deep, and
survives. One McClellan, an adherent of Chis- thus the air is filtered and cleansed of all impuri-
olm, one of the inside guards, who remained, some- ties before reaching the inhabitants. The writer
bow escaped the building, was killed immediately finally urges the cultivation of the eucalyptus as a
afterwards. Virgil Gully, nephew of John, de- commercial speculation, the growth of the tree be-
ceased, received a ball in the jaw and spat it out of ing exceedingly rapid, and the wood it supplies be.
his mouth. Several others were grazed with balls ing serviceable as oak. s
or had clothes perforated. Hopper and Rosen- ng as serviceable as oak.
baum were not harmed. Chisolm, Gilmer and Mc- --
Clellan were white republicans. Rosser and Vir- *
gil Gully democrats. Several parties just from De Tr
Kalb concur in the above statements. r
Another account says: "Miss Chisolm, in de- -
fending her father, shot and killed Dr. Rosser, and Steam 7h oed
Mrs. Chisolm severely wounded young Gully, a son
of Gully who was assassinated. Miss Chisolm was S uSZ "
also seriously wounded. Rosenbaum and Hopper ISM aL)".l E '9
were carried to the woods by a mob to extort from AN D)
them the whereabouts of Rush, the alleged assassin
of Gully. When last heard from some weeks ago Shredded Codfish
Rush was in Arkansas. It is supposed Rosenbaum
and Hopper were hanged. It is reported that a A Fresh Lot Just Received.
horrible state of affairs is existing throughout that ___
section, and the people are wild with excitement, ALSO,
and other hangings will probably follow." A few Boxes 11ANG ES.
A few Boxes ORANiGE^S.
THE WORLD'S COAL SUPPLY.
Recent inquiry into the distribution of coal has
proved that its stores are greater than was at one
time supposed. The following table, although in-
complete, will serve for purposes of comparison :
Area in Square in 1874.
Great Britain............. 11,900 125,070,000
Germany................. 1,800 46,658,000
United States............192,000 50,000,000
France...................... 1,800 17,060,000
Belgium.................... 900 14,670,000
Austria..................... 1,800 12,280,000
Russia...................... 11,000 1,392,000
Nova Scotia............... 18,000 1,052,000
Spain..................... 3,000 680,000
Other countries.......... 28,000 6,000,000
It thus appears that the total area of the discov-
ered coal-fields of the world exceeds 270,000 square
miles. In this country and in British North Ame-
rica there exists deposits of coal of extraordinary
magnitude. According to the report of the Coal
Commissioners published in 1871, there were then
90,207,000,000 tons of coal available in Great
Britain, ;at depths not greater than 4,000 feet, and
in seams not less than one foot thick, besides a
quantity of concealed coal estimated at 56,273,000,-
000 tons, making a total of over 146,480,000,000
tons. Since that period there have been raised
600,000,000 tons up to the close of 1875. The pre-
sent annual rate of consumption is nearly 132,000,-
000, and at this rate the coal deposits of that coun-
try will last over 1,000 years.
Dr. James H. Rigg, a leading English Wesleyan
minister, in an article in the International Review,
says that the Church of England has improved
vastly in the last 40 years. It has many more
churches, parsonages, schools, clergymen, and
trained agents, and does much more voluntary
work in the shape of home and foreign missions,
church extension, &c. He gives the following es-
timates of the adherents of the different Church
families in England and Wales: Established
Church, 13,000,000; Methodists, 4,200,000; Con-
gregationalists 2,100,000: Baptists, 1,500,000; Pres-
byterians, 260,000; Roman Catholics, 2,000,000;
all other denominations, 700,000; of no denomina-
CURE FOR HYDROPHOBIA.-Tho recipe is that of
M. Cassar, a F;ench physician l Take two table-
spoonfuls of fresh chloride of lime, mix it with
half a pint of water, and with this wash keep the
wound constantly bathed and frequently renewed.
The chlorine gas possesses the power of decompo-
sing this tremendous poison, and renders mild and
harmless that venom against whose resistless at-
tack the artillery of medical science has been so
long directed in vain. It is necessary to add that
this wash should be applied as soon as possible after
the infliction of the bite. From 1810 to 1824, the
number of persons admitted into Breslau Hospital
was 184, of whom only 2 died; from 1783 to 1824,
there were admitted into the hospital at Zurich,
223 persons bitten by different animals (182 by
dogs) of whom,only 4 died.
W. T. JAMES.
March 5th, 1877.
Potatoes, Onions and
For which highest market prices will be paid.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 2nd April, 1877.
Whetby Jet and Vulcanite Jewelry
'A'IATCHES for Ladies, Watches for Gen-
tlemen, Watches for Boys, in gold or
silver cases, at prices to suit all, at CIIILID'S.
B EGS to call attention to the fact that h-
Sis still at his Old HARNESS ESTAB.
LISHIMENT, in Reid Street, where he is pree
pared to PAINT and TRIM with a Superior
finish all Carriages placed in his charge.
Also, to execute UPHiOLSTERING of every
description-for Drawing Rooms, Bed Rooms,
&c., in the neatest style and with despatch,
C, W. GAUNTLET T.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Oct. 30th, 1876.
f OR REi/VT.
That desirable Property in Paget's
"1 Hill grove."
Immediate possession given.
For Terms apply to
May 1, 1877.
Notice of Removal.
MR. ALFRED JORDAN,
Has Removed to St. Georges,
And may be consulted there in Kent St.
daily, between 9 a.m. and 5 o'clock,
October 10, 1876,
Webr V ianoIt
Highest Centennial Award.
111- HE Judges in the report said : It seems
undisputed that WIBERt has distanced all
competition, and must be to-day recognized as the
Piano-maker par excellence of the world, and the
musical jury has but stamped the seal of the
American Centennial Exhibition upon the gener-
illy awarded verdict of every vocalist and musi-
cian by the award which gives the medal to A.
WEBER, of New York, for sympathetic, fine and
rich tone combined with greatest power as shown
in three styles, Grand, Square and Upright Pi-
anos, which show intelligence and solidity in
their construction, a pliant and easy touch, which
at the same time answers promptly to its re-
quirements, together with excellence of work-
One of these Instruments can be seen and
Catalogues obtain' by applying to
E. J. YOUNG,
Sole Agent for Bermuda.
HIamilton, March 17, 1877.-6m
Miss Youse is also prepared to
tion on the Piano-Forte.
Enquire at the Store of
West Front St., Hamilton.
BELL & YOUNG.
W ANTED, an Apprentice to
* the Watchmaking and Jewelry Business.
Apply to C. S. HITTER.
Hamilton, April 30, 1877.
BRONZE MEDAL AT THE
i Universal Exhibition of Paris 1855,
I Bronze Medal at the Exhibition of Trie;te, 1871,
Silv r Medal at the Exhibition of Havre, 1868,
Silver Medal at the Exhibition of Paris, 1872,
Gold Meddl at the Exhibition of Lyons, 1872,
Diploma of honor at the Maritime Exhibition, Pa-
M7USTA1 AD PAPER
FOR SINAPISMS OR PLASTERS,
Adopted by the Hospitals of Pars, Field
and Military Hospital, by the
English Royal Navy and
the French National
To retain the whole of the properties of Mustard
in its powdered state and to obtain easily in a few
moments a decided result with the smallest possible
quantity of tha remedy, are the problems which M.
Rigollot has solved in the most conclusive and sa-
tiafaetory manner. Rigollot's Sinapism in leaves
will, therefore, be found in every family, for the
prompt action obtained by it in many cases of emer.
agency renders it an invaluable remedy for various
(Signed) A. BOUCHARDAT
Annuaire thbripentique ann6e 1868, p. 204.
The precious quality of Rigollot's Paper in cases
of great gravity, is that of acting very rapidly. It in
in important Healing Agent. To children, weak,
and nervous persons, I strongly recommend the fol.
lowing method of graduating the action of the plans.
ter according to the will or condition of the patient
viz., to put one, two, or three leaves of wet blot.
ting paper between the Sinapism and the skin.
An old piece of fine linen may also be employed
instead of blotting paper.
Beware of Imitations.
MANDACTORT AND WARiiHOUSg, AV&NUe VICTORIA,
2t PARas,-and by all respectable Chemists.
Reid Street, West of" Royal Gazette" Office.
Office flours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, October 26th, 1876.
A new and fashionable
On three Springs,. with Patent Slide Seat; I
Also trimmed in green leather, is very roomy
Can be seen at
March 31, 1877.
Under Town Hall, Hamilton.
&Somer et Livery
NEAR NAVAL CRICKET FIELD,
E. Crawled (Mail Contractor,)
Horses and Carriages, (with Experienced Dri-
vers,) obtainable at all hours on accommoda.-
October 24th, 1876.
Next North of the Bishop's Lodge.-Posses-
sion given 15th Inst.-Apply to Mrs. KIRK-
Hamilton, April 10, 1877.
Wm. James Heney,
jp rs. Atrkljamn'
NORTH OF' TRINITY CIIUILH,
Nov. 13, 1876.
Jas. G. Lawrence,
S ibumifs'e I Cot oractlor,
ST. G EO RGES and II A ll l.TON,
IExaminations made and Leaks stopped at small
May 9th, 1876.
Eau" of Dr. l oltz for
I'IHIS WATKER is of an entirely vegetable
composition, and its use is quite inof-
Thanks to this peculiar quality which gives it
no rival, DR. lloLTz'S Hair Ilye has riot 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, Da. HOLTZ has
succeeded in the discovery of plants, which give
the richest balsamic dyeing and curative essen-
ces, and it is by this study that he succeeded to
compound a dye which may be styled as the
Regenerator by excellence of the chevelure.
GENERAL WAREHOUSE, IN PAIS,
La Correspondance Parisienne,
4 Rue de la Tacherie, 4,
'Brown Windsor Soap
Glycerine Cold Cream
Pure Glycerine Soap
SoAPr Marshmallow Soap
Elder Flower Soap
Carbolic Acid and Glycerine
EXTRACTS Fon RTl Jockey Club Bouquet
HANDKERCHIKO Extract of Ylangilang
IEss. Boquet, &c., &e.
PoMADEs Crystal Cream
Exquisite Pomade, &c., S
Saponaceous Tooth Powder, Violet Powder,
Rosemary and Cantherides Hair Wash.
Toilet Vinegar, and every description of Toilet
23 & 33, Rub LioN ROAD, [loLnoaI, LoNDoN.
THlE BLOOD! THE
World Famed Blood Mixture.
ILFIOR CLEANSING and CLEARING the BLOOD from
i11' ALL. IMPURITIES, whether arising from youth-
ful indiscretion or any other cause, cannot be too
highly recommended. It
Cures Old 8ores
Cures Ulcerated Sores in the Neck
Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs
Cures Blackheads or Pimples on Faee
Cures Scurvy Sores
Cures Cancerous Ulcers
Cures Blood and Skin Diseases
Cures Glandular Swellings
Clears the Blood from alllImpure Matter, from
whatever cause arising.
As this mixture is pleasant to the taste and war-
ranted free from mercury-which all pills and most
medicines sold for the above diseases contain-the
Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to teSt
Thousands of festimonials from all Parts.
Sold in Bottles 2. 3d4.each and in Cases, contain.
ing 6 Bottles, lie. each, sufficient to effect a per*
inanentcure in long standing cases, by all Chemists
and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any
address on receipt of 27 or 132 stamps, by
F J CLARKE, Chemist, lligh Street, aNCOLN.
BAliCLAT & SONS,LONDON, ANQ ALL THEIWHEL1,ALE
-HILD Keeps Watch CHAINS
) WATCHES, Call and see them.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
Carrying the United States Mail
from New York
NEVADA sails May 15, at 3 p.m.
DAKOTA sails May 29. at 3 p.m.
WYOMING sails June 12, at 3 p.m.
MONTANA sails June 19, at Noon,
WISCONSIN sails July 3, at 10 a m.
DAKOTA sails July 17, at 10 a.m.
The, above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, add the
State Rooms are on main deek opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comf&it in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and lihl.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Canima" from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New 'ork-
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
L kew r or, April 2t, 1877.
IW. BASCOME, M%).,
REID STUaeT, HAMIrTON.
*. AkNB i'. Viki@o^
celebrated tor nearly a century past, is of the very
i best English manufaclire. For its purity and great
excellence it has obtained th following
EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
LoNDON, 1862. PARIS, 1867. CORDOVA, 1872.
LIMA, 1872. VIENNA, 1873.
ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES
For the Handkerchief,
White Rose, Frangi anne, Ylan.Ylaing. Staphano.
tie, Opopanax, jockey Club, En. Bouqmwt,
Trevol, Magnolia,. asmin, Wood Vio-
let. And all other odour,, of tlhe
finest quality only.
Mtkinsonf's Florida Water
A most fragrant Perfume, distilled from the cheoieast
ATKINSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTIOG.
A very refreshing Wash which stimulates lthe kin
to a healthy action and promotes the growth 1'4he
hair. -- .. '
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER.
A powerful Perfume distilled from the finest flowers.
ATKINSON'S QUININE TOOTH POW1IER
VIOLET POWDER, MACASSAR OIL, GLY4
And other specialities and general articles uf F.r.
fumery may be obtained of all, dealers throughout
the World, and of the Manufacturers
7. & B. 2 TP.O ^*.
24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICAi'IOT
CAUTION.-Mesrus. J. & E. ATKINmsoN manu-,
(acture their articles of one and the best quality ,ily
'urchasers are cautioned to avoid countefeoita by
observing that each article is labelled with the Firm
Trade Mark, "a White Rase on a Golden Lyre,"
printed in seven colours.
t IMMEL'S CHOICE PERFUMERY patrou.
ised by all the world.
RIML's m.I.HLA .IHLAXNOu VAA, Hax.A, JogrIs
CLUi, FRANoIeAMs and otherPerfuma pf exquisite
fragrance. .. .
RIMMsL's LAVKYDER WVATra distilled from aMit
cham Flowers. o i
RIMMR/L' TOILET VIOAR teebratd for it
useful and sauitary preperies. '
RIMMEL'S EXTRACT or IL.miX JUIOC a*w GLYOv.
RINK, the best preparation lor the Hair especially
in warm climates. I
RIMMxL's DuaOOu OIL. SAP, perfumed with Asg.
RIMMBL' GL.CERINEBm Humir, Wtimlso, asud
other Toilet Soaps.
Rimzl.'s, ROSs WATR, (C0TUMB AND FLORAL
CRACK RM. ery aimusing for Balls and Parties.
RnaMUL's VIOLBT, RosT Lair, Rios, and oaher
A Liberal allowance to. ShieMrs.
EUGENE RIMMEL, Perfumer to iIa II the Piin-
cess of Wales, 96 Strand ; 128. Regent
Street, and 24, Cori,,ili-. LWil; 16
Botulevyrd des liaheise, iNrls; aiid 27
King's Road, Brightmon.
Sold by all Perfumery, Vene.
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5 2 6 50 9 2 42
5 2 6 62 10 330
5 2 6 52 11 4 18
5 1 6 5312 5 6
5 I 63 13-6 554
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5 0 6 54 15j 7 30
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