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Title: The New era, or, Home journal
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Publisher: A.L. Spedon
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 2 (Oct. 15, 1884).
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oR HU3M'vE ORlAL


No. 11-VOL. I.]


A Weely Ne.wsplaper Sp:-i:ally devofi.-d to, th.: e.i-.r;al interests of 'the' Iuhabilutt., of Bermudia.


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Farm and Householdd.
Sit fish are quickest. and, .best fresh-
ened by soaking in sour-milk.
Milk changed orfturned may be sweet-
ened- and ren&ered fit for use again by
stirring in a litle soda.
Salt will" hurdle new milk ; hence in
preparing Bilk porridge, gra ie- e,:'.,
the salt should not be added until'the
dish lis prepared.
Fresh meat, after beginning to sour,
will sweete u il plheed, out of doors in
the cool, over night.
Clear boiling water, will remove tea
stains and many fruit stains. ,Pour the
waber through the staihtand thus prevent
its; spreading, over the fabrics.
Ripe tomatoes will' remove inki and
oth,?r stainsfriom white cloth ; also from
thli. hand&.-
A' teaspoonful of turpentine boiled
wiil1lwwhi te cloths will!aid the whitening
process.
Boiled shiarch is; mitch improved by
tht addition of a little sperm, or a little
seta, or both, or a little gum arabic-dis-
sohlved..
Bees wax and salt will make rul-.t fl:t!
it9ons aseclbaa and.sinii:-.th as glass. Tie
a.luinpoftawnx ili a rag and keep it for
that purpose. When tLe irons are hot
i1ub them. first with the wax rags, and
wihen-scour them with a paper or clkthi
sprinkled. with salt.
To talle out iron ftain-, mix in a,,bot-
tte of equtlljquantties of fresh -,.1iiit of
Aitrioll and lemon juice, wet the spots,
and it a, few. nzitu-uf:, rub them of11 with
a' piece of: soft linen.
The liltne of a,,;ri(ty t f aloe, peculiar
to the Mauritius, is reported to be the
best know material for ropes. It is
said to b. very, plitnt. to exceed in
tu-lihnest an iroinwire of thesame size,
and ,to o inperviu'i.us t.-, tle tff .t- t:it.
S shIt, watt n
CANARY BiRDnS-The bird' seed is a
mixture propii'red for the c.1- -t;iant use of
the canary bird, but it is well sometimes
to add soinethiinp by way of variety to
this simple bill of f.r-. .'p-'n1.. cake
may occasionally- be given them,, also
crackers and sweet api,1. ;, but food con-
twiniug salt is injurious to tl,-in. Worms
should be given-them,..,:,:-'.'n,, 'ily.
BONED HAM.--Sa1fl...t' i, ely(v c1u4l lam
the night before you. wish to use it, in
htpid water. NY c- day, place it in a
large dinner pot of, war, of the same
temperature, and :.-'il it briskly eight or
ten hours. Take it up in:a wooden tray,
let it cool and carefoll talke out; the
bone ; cut it cleur at thlirookandloosen
iJ around the bone on; the thick part,
with a thin, sharp knife, and slowly pull
it put. Then press the ham in -i.i.n and
Ijet it remain until cold. It is like beef
tongue when cut across in slices.
FISH BALLS.-This is the best, rule for
aod-fish balls :--Put the, fish into cold
water, put on stove till quite warm, then
take off aad clean it, then put it in cold
water onuthe stove to heat again ; if very
salt it will need three or four waters ;
be sure it-does not boil, but. scaldi; then
tIake-the fish and pick out. the bones,
mash verv fine, then take boiled potatoes,
bott, mashi fine and mix two-thirds of
potatoes to one-third of fish; 'to one
quart off fish and potatoes, add one or
two well-beaten eggs, one t0l-e 1-ipr'nful
of lutteri;.a little pepper, and if too fresh,
addl a littlbf salt and a little- milk, mix
wellias youtdb cake, make into flat cakes ;
use a littleflour on the handsin shaping
them, fry iii, salt pork fat, using just;
enough to, keep them from sticking.
0.
UuuiaooQu$ floras.
Companion to the learned pig-a spell-
iug bee.
K' They who., weep over errors,, were not
Sffrmed for orimes.
The treasury girls call a man 'Bub' until
he is forty-.sevwn
The more our, girls are pinned back the
mone toward they st-em.
Whiskey ii more easily reefiti>d than
tie mistakes it can-e.s.
What trade is it whose works are
trainpied under r'fo. ?-A shoemaker's:
A candid old bachelor says: After all,
awoman'.a heart i. the sweetest in the
S world ; it's a p,.rftict h.li'.'nycinl iull of
sells."


A coffin-maker, having apartments to
let,.pasted his bill,.- upon the coffinsin the
wiluiow, aianouiciig :, "Lodging for single
gentlemenn"
A Kentacky farmer says that tlin'.,
good bull-dogi, ronuiing the yards at
nights, will do nmore to keep a man honest
than all the talking in,the world.


A Waif of the World.
SIt wai a bitteriiigit. EaLrl in the i
day alight dri;:zliu.: ra in hi: f;lkn,
1but. befort--e\ wii chai^ in!" '^-*.-
sionail gusts- .f 4 hf-r- .-nii.v, Hnieiiipm;ti-
itd with a biting wind thmi. chill,.-.1 ti -
uinflitui;natt pedestrian to the very
bone, and rendered walking: 0,1ty thiiig
but. pleasant. The v.hi, .,lws r;t.-.1-d
so, violently, and, the pr, !,.-:,-t looked
so cheerless as I gazed out upon the
streets, that I had seriously meditated
taking a car on my way home, but as
I stepped outside and pocketed the
ke'I, a lull in the blast altered my half-
foin,1d. resolution, and, 1utte,-ri ni" the
top button of my overcoat, I started:
dpwn the al'iv ,,.t deserted street.
I was a bachelor, but, for all that,
home had its attractions for me, even
though presided over by a housekeep-
er-and a siLugl-1 man-of-all work to re--
lieve her of the most arduous duties
attending upon her position. The
modest sign in gilt over the store door
whence I had but emerged informed,
the world and New Yorkers generally
that R. G.LBrooks" was its propriet-
or,. and from the display of i'iiri,_rin
the show windows it was very evident
tli t; dry goods were retailed within.
F'ivi-aoinl-thirty winters had passed
over my lh,-i1, but as yet their san-
dals had 14t no trace in t. ph ". of
grey hairs, and had I been so dis-
-,-,.-.d I c ..ti-1 have k.. ,'i-' into; the
.slih.kl.s. of: matrimony-so far as
getting a; wife was concerned-
at most any time, bat the fact was,
*reader,JI was, contented with every-
lithhii--i myself' incl ui.,l-bubt the
weather.

' It was a ioe, ilir voice that struck
'mv ear as I hurri,_d through the slush
and wet. It was a child's treble voice,
clear and strong, with a slight quiver
on the last syllable, as though the
,it ii _- damp : ir chilled'the utterance.
"E ilin!,,g .', only two cents.
Aaiiu the :liilli-! tone and quiver-
ing voice, only the quiver seemed to
prevade the whole sentence now. As
I drew near t'i!,_, lamp post from whose
base the voice seemed to proceed, I
espied a bundle of rd-Z; clutching a
small parcel of P",'-, rs. with one hand,
andl the other arm.:eir.-li .- the. lamp-
post. against which it leaned.
JiDr' t1iiig iiy gl.v,-, as I paused in
th. gaslight,,and taking some s .-:ll:
change from my pocket, I asked the
bundle of rags-now, endowed with
animation-at the sight of these move-
mlniS.--f.r a paper. A small, dirty
hand held out one towards me, and as,
I took. it, I. dropped thi. coin into,,the,
dis,_.1,. .n,:-d p a.m .
To Intnh money," it said.
"I know it but keepit for yourself,"
I replied.-
Thankee, sir,"
Folding the p;p1<'r, and putting, it
in my pocket, I .st;:N- 1 to go when a.
thought flashed over my mind.
Where do you live,,boy ?" I ask-
ed, turning to the bundle which had
resumed its position at the hiin-i"-' t.
S"Nowhere."


"Where are your parents ?"
"Ha'ntgot none."
"' What is your name ?"
*"Willie."
"Will you come home and study
with me tonight ?"
"G'wapy ea foolin."
"No, I am not; I am in earnest;
there's no one but me at home;,will
you 0o? 9
eS, sir."l
That night, for the first time in
m nth.--, iaft.i-r a floi-in igh v.i-l-iirg at
the hands of M's. Wall, 'Willie' slept
in a well furnished rooni, and between
warm, flet-ecy blankets.
*5(- *
Three ,..1, ar. i -,:', and from a
child of nine, ''_ii.' had grown up
to a bri.Jit lad of twelve. I hu;d virtu-
ally adt_,'pt.-dI the boy, and he had ac-
customed himself to calling me "Uncle
Dick." Three years s.,i, at school
had done much towards eradicating
the dri'-: thlt had accumulated in his
years upon the :-- _-- of the great
metropolis, and had instilled into his
mind some of the nobler ..pi.litIt es-
sential to life. His real name was
Willie Holmes. His mother broken-
hearted at the course pursued by her
di-:,: lut., worthless husband, had


.died vibhenu Willies was but six years it's you, my boy? I cl.tsp,-' hi in
old, leaving him to, the care of his my ,nd..i.:.
father. A fthr her death Holmes re- It was indeed the missing boy of
formed for a \hIil:. but the associre twelve, now a man of ,..i-nty--,.--v,iin.
iti ,in:, of his past life, and the habits It was a long story he told me--half
formed, were too imui-h for him to with- teaifiullfv too-for he never expected
.*.t:id'l, and w' l'_: h',_'. -.i ad '--ne l.ak I. see me again, aftt-r the long years
to his boon .;..1-i..t. -, 1..*- ,.-; Wilba of separation and th,' mystery of his'
to care for himself. Willi, laud irI- absence. Th;,t. night-or itt.:rp._on,
ed a place in mya, i,,fi, _Ln.- that none rather-almost fifteen years before,
other could ever occupy. I had be- he 1.id left school for home, as usual.
gun to r..ga,- him as a I;tlt,_r would Passing down B-- street, a rough,
a son, and he in return gave me a seafaring man had accosted him, and
son's, -. .vt and love. At home, informed him he was his father, and
evenings, he was always to be found Willie,, gazing into his face, saw too
in the library withme. If I was writ- plainly it was indeed a fact.
ing, he was r-eadirn or sitting beside Taking the boy 1v the hand he led
me watching the movements, of my him through tortuous by-ways and
pen. We were both happy. alleys, in. a circuitous route to the
One vv,_nii., I returned home as wihirf, and with him went aboard a
usnal, and on inquiry was told that e..sli lying there. Retaining Willie
he had not returned from, school. by foiee,,he kept him on board, until
Tiinkii' it -ti.ni:,-, I ate my supper, the vessel wasunder v..!.y and bound,
and proceeded to the library to write, for the East India trade. The weary
but could not. Somehow, a -' ;:g days p-a -"-d by, one by one; weeks,
fear, a dull dread of iipiq iIlig evil, came and went, and the months drag-
pervaded my system. Several hours L,:-d their tiresome length away,.but as
passed but still he had not returned, yet no port had been entered by the
and now thoroughly alarmed, I start- Casco, the vessel in which he was such
ed in qiist of the missing boy. D.:.,- an unwilling passenger. All things,
criptions of him, name, a:4 -, etc., were however, have an end, and at last the
sent to all the police stations. Mes- Casco found anchorage in the little
sengers were 1Ti.t.iJ-,I-, to the school port of Maegamo, a small village on
he _.f ,nl-d, but r~ tu i-,1 with 'the the northern coast of the Arabian
information that he had left when the gulf. Here for a while Willie was,
school was dismissed, and had not left to himself, the copt:-ii and. the
since been seen or heard of. Night major portion of the crew being iilAniid
dpa-m:,..J,, but no tidings. Private de- upon a trading journey. Several of
tectives were placed on his track, but th,i-. trips had been successfully ac-
came back b;l;'. and 1di "pp"' ,,i,,;,1C ; -," :ui l upon the final onebe-
And thus a week : is-.-.. fore ..li, ,ior home, Willie requt.st,.tl
A. fo li, of unrest: and intense Iij father to take him along, and his
ar.:_.ty was my constant state of request was complied with. After a
mind, as day after day went by, and i :. :n-e march of two. days beneath
no news o tlih. lost one., the hot -:n of t-h orient, the company
W,-ll a th c-Y" -ent,"reached tblh-ir d- .ti,. a small
u itl t'. ,"nic', i.a been lost in "YiT],'W or "bhookt, as the heathen
the great whirlpool of events, to all inhabitants termed it, about 50 miles
but myself. A void had been left in inland from the coast. Two days had
my hi-it that I could not fill again, been passed inmraht-dio, and the glow-
and though years numbered them- ing sunrise was to see them on their
,i, on the scroll of the past, the way back to the vessel.. Before leav--
memory and love of Willie was as of i_. however, a di i uilty between one
yore.of the.crew and a native terminated
y r in a p.-lnuil '.hit, and the crew of the,
Casco were c.(_a t.ot-]id to flee for safe-
The breakfast bell had rung half an Caso were a .thi d to flee for safe-
hour before I entered 1e di,- 1 ty, leaving their recently obtained
havinour oversle m entered t v..ity and three of their men, in-
having overslept my 3- -a titi,,I feuding Willie in tne hands of the'
gad not been guilty of for years. r, laudingg Willie in tne hands of the
Wall had the coffee i-,:i and barbarians. ,eil, at violent hands
beside m platela the morig 1r was the early fate of. his companions,
eside my plate lay the morningpaper, and for himself the same fate was,
as usual. Picking it up, I glanced hourly expected. It,however, never
over its columns, and with a shock came. Tpe oy seemed to be a gener-
that caused me to overturn my coffee, al favorite among the natives, and.
I read the stat tlig announcement, of especially of the a i.f man of the vil-
the failure of Cook& Co., and their e:.pe. With this man, and ._u,,v-these
,r>:-l houses. A groan em people, for twelve yea1 s Wiii._ lived,,
my lips, cn'1 dA10Ai, my heap into people,fortwelve year led,
my l I leaned oimy the table into contented, enjoying life at his ease, al-
my hands I leaned on the tablour house inthough in a half-civilized, semi-bar-
;i,.~.e. I ne Th barons way, but.it was far preferable
must go by the 1...r 1. The hu-,. of to life on the deck of the (',:. and
R. G. Brooks & Co. was, well known with his inebriate father. On-, day
in commercial circles now. li..ving re- i,., ~, arrived with the intelli-
moved. into a larger ludlli.- some te great priest "Khoor-
years before and taken a partner. dan," was at the village ?of Mfu,.i,,,u.
Rumin ; calculated to depreciate the the port where first the Casco and her
faith of financial circles in the firm of unfortunate crew. had so landed years
Cook & Co. haid f,or a short time pre- unfortunate crew had landed years
vious been rife, but were unheeded by Preparations were made or anm-
us ; andnow that the blow had fallen Preparations were made for. an im-
us; andowthat the blow. ad fall mediate journey thither by the chief.
iothiiu could save us f u ruin, tha of the' bhookt.1 Large quantities of
I could see. valuables were ladened to :I-'- ..1, ,pnv
IHasfiting to .h. storiearly though the pil-..rint-, as sacrifices .at the shrine
it was, I. found 14r. Halpin, my part- of their mythicaldieties.
nor, there before ude. No words were On their way to the coast a fearful.
n,--.,-,..-a.rv, we understood all at a mu- rc. i h:a. ty pho
tual glance. Business in the store on. swept across their
g as usual dini the morn- path, andwhen, the storm passed all
r, -. mthat remained of their oimipanIv to.
Lil^ KbtSI Vrtran .e ntbtf o clo* 'JX/Jr)) 'JUL


doors in. the afternoon were being
made.
I satin the ofice at. th.- dinner hour,
alone, my head buried in in.i hi:nds,
and al -,:-.-rb..l i. painful thou:.,!tt. when
a st,-p startled me. I -.,iu ,l up, and,
saw a young man just inside the door,
gazing intently at .me.,
He was very sun, browned, but, the
had a faiiiliur li]i-f, t gttti: expres-
sion about it th.A, carried me ii.to t!i'

"Do you wish to see one of the
firm ?" 1 ijimquir.-., risii-: f'r..-, the chair
on which I was seated, and advancing
i.,0'vail s hib,.
A faint smile e>*,.-:*d I r -. as he
heLil out his b-,_ hands "'i a longing
look and said in a low voice :
"Uncle i A':.:'t you know me ?"
I start.,.1, as if shot, scarcely ,._ v-
ing it reality, but as the truth dawn-
ed over my mind, and the tears It. -.-,
to my. eyes, I held out my arms, and
with, a half .,,b ._f "' iiie Willie!


carry the tidings was an old decrepit
man and Willie. With the death of.
the -:ii'f, ,all the ties tl.,t 1,bou.n!i Wiilt
to his nomadic life were severed, n..d.
i,.,n tiiuing the journey alone, he reach--
ed the seaport with the good for I.in
of finding an English bark about to
sail.. Einl.,-rMkii.r, he r-a-1.,1i1 Liver-
pool in safety, and from theice return.--
ed to this country.
"I looked in the directory. Uvi:L.
Dick, with a terrible fear that I should
iiud your name ,i..i',: butit was
there beforen-my eyes, .;' it was nc.i:
long before I had you before my eyes,
too."
Willie sc-d t!. firm of Brooks ,9
Co. that day. Ti ,:.rascal ... not tell
me in his t ',,. I, that out of the
wreck 1-- the .. _' on he had -.* -
ti. : .1 much of ,., '..... ..': valu--
ables .destined as a s .-;',i..i offering
by-l. old ( f, From the sale of
thishere-i1:.. ,. c--i a "... and when,
after y:. of absence and mystery,
he returned to 1,1- i.,ive land it .,--


in cQipar1ative tiilim-nce and wealth.
Willir, and I !'vd t.,g.t1hir asi of
yori. Neither of us are married, and
as I write this that quotattion from the
Bildle comes unto rmy memory, Cast
thy bread upon (i,-. waters," etc., etc.,
and I think that the bread cast that'
.-t, iiit.-y night, years ;ago, has indeed,
returned a hundredfold, and the in-
vestment made in that bundle of rag.s
called, Willie has repaid me more ful-
ly than any I ever entered into all the.
days of my life.

GEMS OF THOUGHT
The best religion is the most tolerant.
What men call accident is God's own
part.
An eminent reputation is as dangerous
as a bad one..
Evrry moment of time is precious, even
as a grain of gold.
Good actions ennoble us, and we are the
sons of our deeds.
A, taste of every sort of knowledge' is
necessary to form the mind.
Evil often stops short at itself, and dies
with the doer of it; but good, nevdr.
Time is a wave which never murmurs,,
because there is no obstacle to its flow.
Practice kindness,, even if it. be but a
little ench day
A good man is kinder to his enemy than
bad men are to their friends.
If you are not wiser and better at the-
end of the day, that day, is lost,
If mistress and maid respect each other's
rights, there is little fear of one becoming,
a tyrant or the othlr a slave.
Time is what we want most, but what
we use worst, and for which we must all
account when time shall be no more.
Ever keep truth for your. motto and
guide, and .o u will surely be the gainers.
it the end):
The intoxication of anier, like that of
the grape, shows us to others,, but hides,
us from ourselves
The sublimity of, wisdom is to do those-
things liviing which are to be desired when
dying.
Commending a, right thing is" a. chenp
substitute for doing, it, and with this we are
too apt to satisfy ourselves.
hlie man who employs his time to no'ad-
vantge of others, is as worthless a crea--
'ture as he who is always idle..
The obseurest sayings of the truly great
are often those which contain the germ of"
the profoundest and most useful truths.
There seems tobe little practical differ-
ence between the friend who does yons no
good, and the enemy who does- yon. no'
harm.
Be what nature' iBtenled yon, for, andi
you will succeed ;. be anything else, and
you will be ten thousand times worse than'
nothing .
The talent of. success- is nothing more,
than doing what you.can well : and, duiig
well whatever you do, without a thought-.
offaunw.
To rejpice. in otherst'prosperity is to give'
content to your own lot ;.to mitigate an--
other's grief is to alleviate or. dispel your
ownm
The desire to beloved is ever, restless'
and unsatisfied, but the love that flows out.,
upon others is a perpetual well-spring from
on.high.
Pleasure is very seldom found where it,
is songht. Onr brightest blazes of' gultdnes'.
are comniouly kindled by unexpected
sparks.
Pride, like the magnet, constantly,'
points to ono object-self ; but, unlike the
magnet, it has no attractive pole, but ai,
all points repels. It evren cats ujp g*rati-
ti> e."
Mrs.Eunice R. Sweetof 1elmot, NIH.,is-
104 years old, and, has lived in that town.
ninety years.
Mrs. NancyPearson of Concord, Mass.,
registered her maiden vote in Ward 6.-wheno
80 years of age.
One of the pioneers of Genoa,. MiMi,.
D).A\il Hight, i.lic.1l on Frida'y, as he was
,'.,-"in, century oflife.
The.oldest person in Wiilihingfon County..
Pa., is Mrs. M,.uv Ncwuin.,II who was lu1
years of ago in June.
**
Paris has more poor than any city in the
wo idl. TI'lv. number of r..i.ciei- .l poir
who have received relief during the present
year amounts to -:-1,.:. ',. of whom 21,,
',,i I receive outdoor r; li, l. 1 Th, nmbr-
supported who lV by ichar:.ty is over 1 .1.


I'. In I : every tenth person wa i a
confirmed pmnuper. The annual rate.
of Paris is 114t. per head, ?r o ', .r
fam ily P:,t i- .-upuorts '*-': ,i.ni ,>, 0,i ,.,.1
and fonndlings, pa3s the expenses -'t' 15,
'"at others too poor to defray themi.
themselves, and has hli iniii',..s of 53u,tt.1'
poor families on its ofl lists.


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IU.'LfToN.1) DE. 'EBE !.'-.E.

ji' rirea



l b2 r .A :u I I tA


t ] ri. n. '.as i, ,i. -l :,.',i N ati 'i..t
" ,_"' -i..-':.iy, halowed by a [h:,u.ar,
kindred ; '-.. ,iti,..',s of the past.
Tin ,:r are, however, occasional gala-
- days, fi-- ~<.: gaU]".'us, yacht races
&c., ,It. tl- greatest and apparently
i ,st. important of all ig that of the
i SHELLY BAY ']IORSE RACES.'
Thlii d:i" is 1luk,-d frwadi-i to by
the p-q,_itl _ei-r::lly, as "DOMINI,.,;
SDAY" ):,v (_'-,.-,,i .' ai. t4.,e d:ay oU
". T:.,Er.ENr LN'E' Y A.lericans," Ift
is tilkt-d about, and the special merits
of the race '. di._cue, d,' 1. finldk ;-Ind
.even l.,ett,-1 up,,i---~ .i:'i 1v iv th

)f weeks, before the s-pttd tLst is. aii liLd
and proved.
l To .j.;'uy the dayai.-irds a klind oi
e recreational enj,. miient.-;a sort ot
breathing spell anIiil the toil and buz?
of 1u'iits:,:.-a day to, meet --with
Friends and old .:..tii.it<-uices, and
have a social confab. one with another.
On this (day the din of b e.siess is
lulled into peiae','fnl quietude. The
f .wruelh-.s._- door of the merch-.ant is
closed the. mechanic's iitlplenientA
iar- laid aside; the farmer's .4,pade and
plough are. at rest, and their owners
are abroad ; while the clerk, official,
s and professional are also breathing
the plUe adr of liberty from duty.
" E'v.il
1 THE VOICE OF THE PRESS
h ilhnhed; editors and, printers are
also drifting thitherward t tlhe Race
Course. Even the "Printers' Devils"
are going abroad-
Seeking what they can devour,
besides "PIE," as the caseAS" may
be-not, as '(GALLEY" slaves, but as
gc to get an 'Ni-lig of evervthilng go-
ing on-. amid the PREs-iui' crowds.
SSuch are some of the characteristics of
the hunaan race of Beinud.a on that
important
DA;Y OF THE RACES,
This eIur they occurred on Thurs-
day last, ) iemiiber Ist. .Sliht.I.IIw-
ers had occasionally fallen during the
previous week. r'iderimg the iace
Course soft and sp-ou ., nor was the
aspect, of the day and evening prior
to the event, of a flattering iUature.
Mi.rning at length dawned upon the
Vovrld, and on the vei-ge of the grand
old ocean, the sun arose in glorious
Silh-nudor ..::t.cefully shedding its mag-
iiricent etfulgunc. over the calmlyun-
dulating world of waters; the sky was
qlear, the air softly mild, ihdicatilng
what it proved to be.
A FAVORABLE: DAY.
Then at length began the general,
move for the Race Grounds, and dur-.
ing the f'i-,:ioon,, the different roai.lds
'leading flt,,'eto presented a, lively ap-
pearance. Old and young, of every
size, etcetera, st.vli-h and plain, on
foot, on h.iu'r.-Eha-k, in, vehiel-.. of all
sorts and :sizes, fiom the c, amon ass-
:cart and horse dray, to the covered
coach and flunkied carriage-all mov-
'ing forward, as if it. were; in the
GRAND RACE OF LIFE,
towards the great focus of the day.
The grounds are -iii-d.tedl ona the.
No 'rt'h-.1Ji'e, about -ix luil.'-', eastward
of ILH:iiltuiii. The CorusL is, about
half a milein lini-.li, and of an obloh,
form,, and :-iits the base of a series of
hill., that ,eri'e-l' a flat.piece of m.uck.
land, wl!i'-.]h is diversied wihi, p.:Lids,
and ..1 nu..v...- ,.I, aw a i. which ,.,-,n pi,:u-
ously standss. several marsh pialimis,
grizzly apparently with patt iiurchial
age. The .iii-s ier,..:. with graceful
acclivity, part. ulariy on the North-.
eastern side; while on thet. S.uth-west,
the beautiful
WATERS OF. SIHELLY BAY.


,appear as if fondly desirous, to, roll,
'themselves over Ithe low intervening'
,embankment, and takecoveted posses-
. 1i. of the "RACE Cut-Lr.E HOLLOW,"
Which, no doubt, at oni.- time was
- .'i-.lv wd.-'. F thel sui'init
oof the hiills on the north side a t"i-.e idew
,,of the appl.l.u,'ei.ly illiinit: l..:- ocean i',
"olt:-Linel., while to the Southwest theo
*contour of Ireland Island 'iid the
]in i 11) shore .,r,.-. ,.:; a strikin..l i p-
'pea.rn.e. The v-rdiiit and variega-
teci hll in. the vicIity int,..--p:.r.-dii
'with evergrc:le., !!!,l dotted with:
wtjhite. 1i1t4-).i ns :fir ..'- landscapes of
an ainir.11-..l and pi'.tue t -sly ,,y" lag-
n.filcent aspect .,
Fi'..,itiung the nii l' po.-. the. di-,
rectors' st.1, in. the, rear of 0 hiih
were the


S Nt'L,',.-'!T ANI3 QBAND-iSTAND,
..to -. .l'.-h'i access c: ,u .l. be ob(.A.Iri by


7A


colors, what, a diversified, aspect of
coijplt-vxiin, and :yet what, an intelli-
gent respect able -looking community,
beariiung the refinement of civilization
in. their very looks and manners.
Farmers, Meichiants and 31,Mchanie.-.
were there, also the professional, the
retired gentleman, and the aristocrat,
the British officers of both A'tlniv and
Navy, the Solliei' an.i tlhe. Jack-a-tar,
the Politician, the clerk and the official,
the Sportsman, and the Jockey, and
the flu.' a.l mi id, all the inol'.
et C.terf ," which goto makeup t1hat
portion of the I htmani race which were
congregated tgethlr that day to see
and to -be set u, as well as to see the
ITORSE R.AL'ES QV SHELLY SAY.
'Wel, the Races..began at length,
about mid-day, and coitin'ied at in-
terval.s util after 4 p.m. -iiespecting
'them, or the respective merits of the
horses we can say :comparatively but
little, as we have tlad no experience in
the sportsman's career, and neither
taste nor ability to describe or appre--
ciate this
SO-CALLED AMUSEMENT.

We were lihwovver among that nuimi-
ber of. spectators who saw the Races
and, ftuthelrlioite we lehl'l d one
or two. of te Steeds shy at the hurdles
and rim-a-muck, and also one of the,
lidrs thrown precipitately to the
ground, and have the misortunue to
get a part of thle b1ark of his, nasal or-
gmn peeled off. Fortunately however
the races were run. without any seri-
ouP,ac>:i,.lent. They are said to have
been. inferior to, those of last year,
anyhow there did not seem ta- be that
uiiIui t qf iut.-:nise excitement, we, ex-
pected. Ciprat.ively little& betting
took pil;ce, andL gerterally on. a small
scale. The Races are got utp ni',r.e for.
atimiisi-ieiit tihaan that of betting and
pool gambling, a commendable features
in the prO:,",ra Iine : -but if pleasurable
x'(:i-im,i-*_ut is the chief object, why,
not Lewhi.,ice it with varti':iui siut h -~:u.c .


the people of Bermuda at a
GRAND PUBLIC GATHERING,,
The following is the Prize List, &c. ::
MAIDEN STAKES.
1st Mr. Lane's ECLIPSE, (winner,)
2 Mr. Hollis's F;..ii.,
3 Mr. Hussey's DAISEY.
ST. GEO_',GES' STAKES.
1 Mr. Twombey's SULTAN, (v. in:r I
2 Mr. Swain's: (',LLIN .,AW., ,
3 Dr. O utl''l.,r 1..'->, SOUVENIR,
4 D.. J. Lane's CoMET.T
BElRM[D_- H[-JUNT CUP.
1. Mr. O'Connell's JUGGLER, (winner,)
E, LIFE adl LADY GAND HILI i'AERY HUNT CUP.
I Mr. Twombey's .i LTr ,. (winner,).
2 Mr. O'Conneirs JUGGLER.
BERMUDA STAKES.
1 Mr. Lane's STARLIGHT, winnerrj)
2 Dr. Si1"itii's AMOSKEAG.
POLO STALES.
1 Dr. Tucker's LADY GRAY, (winner,}>
2 Mr., Swain's COLjWN BAWN,
3, Qol Newpott's BosQuE.
SHELLY BAY HANDICAP.
1 .Mr. Lane's STARLIGHT, (winner,)
2Dr, Smith's AMosikEAG,

4 Mr. Hu-,..-y's.DATsE..
CONSOLATION SCRAMBLE.
n Mr. Hollis's FIGARO, (w1Vin:r1,)
2 Mr. Latitn's KNIGIeT OP 6T. E-ORGE,
3 Mr. Meddlemiss' SELVAGE,

e' Protest ht> red against Starlilit
in Bermuda St .-i and. Figaro in the
Consolation S raail le.

CURIOUS FA(TS.
The people dare not, even move their lips
when tie Japanese emperor ,.1-s I1.,-y.
Many old Greek ipsriiptions were writht-in
alternately from. right to left and fruim Itftb
to right.
Iheil:,ttst ,si.e of iaper is the adoption of
pape: plates by soirme of the great restaurants.

Leotnrdo d'e *Ytnci fl',eitqlly astoiusle.1
hi visitArs by jiminlin;-, to the ceiling, andt
l:in,,cing- his tf.el v iuit the bll, of a gUiLS
chandelier.


bought the pistol? No, sir, I never de-
nied it, !Iin't -' l ti. is.the, 'tr It ; ,buti.t is8
of no, consequnelce whether I g,'mL the.
1i0ol') from M:I1nal'd or whether I pawniled
my coat fo it..
WVere you inspired to, borrow $1:5 fi ro
Mvynard.? No, sir :. M 3.iynar'd did,
not know what I wanted the iiruie- for.
\w ere you inspired to) lbuy that British
Itinlli.'gl ? I (do10 not i',rt.'eid tlat I w\as in- ,
spired to do that ;,cifi.- act., but I claim.
that- the )eity ii-.''td L inc to ri n..iu' thu
Pr'. lI nt, anudC that Il had to Ie'l oi to my
own- nmeaus- to-accomplish the Deity'a wii. -
The to use the piitol on tjhoe PrI-sid(i-nt.? : Th
inii-lii':,tion,consisted in trying to remove-.
the P, esiht.:it for the good of, the AD1tor--
canI people, ind1 ( in'i.itielly). all thesw.
do'tails are intlin'. to the case..
Were you. inspin-'1d to remove hi, r by., .
murder?. I was in,-.liredi to execute thl
Divine will by iinin ier', so-called. .,t
You, did not sti't'ci.1d in, (exetting the ,


the payment. of three shillings, nund, a a Donkey Race, Foot. Races, Athletic
Programme at six-pence. Behind on exercises, &c,, with these the intervals
the "brow of thle hill stood two large could be finely filled up and afford un-
tents used in the service of the Race bounded amusement to s!pectat.irs in
Club, while to the southward t.ht tnni- general,
ber of tents aind stands where r'fresh- Seeing the vast crowds and the
nieiits could be obtained, were \great interest taken in the Annual
PAST FINDING OUTI Race Day, we would infer that a still
theirow- ing a rush-greater -iterest would eventually be
their owners apparent doing a rush' show, a in a
iug business in supplly,ng the hungry NATIONAL ANNIVFr:SA.:Y.
with food, and th, t.lirsty with drink, Such a day, every man, woman and
said to be of the Iild' and innocent child would be a shareholder in, and
sort, such as soda pop, gig..:r-;te, and feel that they were each and all doing
soothing jra'ps, .sofi and refreshing. honor to their country, and concen-
Nevertheless by the -pasi.lodic evolu- treating their patriotic feelings into one
tion of a few pedestrians toward% grand focus around which.the asos,-ci-
ei-,,ig il i1h-t..iue iif.-rred that some nations of the past mixht eventually
of the g in-er-ale had by l:ig keeping cluster as gems upon. the boughs of
been fermented into og.-sli, or that the historic TREE OF LIFR.
some of the softly soothing cordials Ini ju.ticee to the managers of the
had been t,.n pi-ted with and taniperLd Races, and to the spectators in gener-
by some ligtning r,.d--agent. al, we must say that everything pass-
Baideh s e ..n inag-1p AsI were here ed off orderly and very agreeably-in
arid there floitig gaily in the gentle fact, without anything to mar the.
breeze,-But- p11a-uIrs of the pioc.eding-s. As the,
t seemi'd ii lit the (;Od d, i., tl't. Ti t1 crowds as horizon, the great crowd began to
Frivih1" tl,:,t tile dia of the crowds was o 1 1 t
,_..,!...,ii., move from the ground; and along the
Not an >.tl ,.tlhe trumpet, the bugle or avenues of travel a dense volume
drum, of humans, horses and vehicles,
WYas !eard- in tie valley or hill-sido re- threaded their course,
And yet fr '.;, the ix thousands lung of HOiTEW.A 1') BOUND,
ti r.. while 1k,,'- the waters of the North
The l.,id .i. s ir r'fr.-i from ..hi.re the steamers "St. George," "Re-
As the .'iit looted "St:li ,Iti. l" nliance," "Biitaiinia," and "Pioneer,"
vi-,.1 yv a cloud, crowded to their utmost capacity, were
Shoe ips "n in the mi of coursing their homeward way.
The abl se,.e of a Bras^ Band oB the No sooner had the solar orb passed
gounds was1 a B andk ion t hhe ro,.a min beyond the verge, than the gentle moon

much to be regretted. The iciiiity in attached her silver t1hriuas of. light to
rear of the hills was swarming with the receding rays of day, and. the face of
horses and donkeys-attached to ve- Nature continued to smile with the, radi-
hicles of all .sorts, sizes and styles. ance of beauty. Serenely grand indeed,
But the grandest and most attraetiv, was the aspect of the sky; the air was
feature of the day was that of the va- soft and balmy, as if tempered by the
riegated astpct. of the-hillsides border- gentle waftiigs of an ang. ls wings ; its
ing on the Race Course, especially a le tu disturbed on the .
the north-eastern part. Gazing from c distbed oy by the un-
the eminence 'on the opposite side, dulations occasioned by the tread ofI
one of the most magnificent and horses and the din of wheels, and the
grandly picturesque scenes imagin- sounds of merry laughing voices, along
able greeted the eye of the spectator- the highways, moving onward to their
a sight which the grey goose quill of DIFFERENT DESTINATIONS,
the Editorial scribe, or the pencil of Thus ended the great ad glorious,
the artist would fail to describe. The u *.
base and background of this fascin- Day of th Ra.ces. What, effect such
Cat i dieture wre frmedbytheg ntl days, and their ir,-eeudi .-. may haNe
receding emlnenee, clothed with ver- upon society in gw]I,-rai, we wiJlnot at
dure and inti-ispersed with evergreens. present presume, to say. It is an old-
The verdantt. surface was protisely tiime established custom aui,,iig fhe peo-
variegated: swariiiing alive as it were,, pie of Bermuda, and it would r'intre
with human beings, .$ome seated the lever of a Hercules, to remove it;
in social groups upon the green and theo, perchance,, the enterprising
sward, others sauntering about,-a undertaker would become a victim to
eontin:ud shifting of places,lhich gave unsolyency. If some lpeoi-le are foolsh
to the picture as seen in the distance enough to risk their horses, and others
Living moving. aplIpearance as if en- their necks,, let them have their "little"
owed with the great spirit. of life. flih-g"-so loWng- as they do not intrude
But oh! u la.t ahglorious l -auty of con- upon the rin-hts and liberties, of others
tra-ts'of t color. There was the g:tudy ---ad mae a cer'ibireb porthe-t
:tarl.t. (ofthe- British soldiers : the dark lg,:,' ,l of society. 1'ool-bett-g m con-
ltl-s of the civilian. and the white ,'-.t1, with thiu ..,,.ul be checked
Suidi_.s drhes of thliA uttle isex. The and. cnl:uLC as. t opens a portal to
sed, r wite and I thk g the e en. the :LVLnUih.s of crime; and we are glad
to hear th4 thiA. customs,, so. prevalent in
were p1roi:ineutly distinctive, white many other countries, has, (.,,,,.r t ii,:-
numberIs of other hui-:i were softly ly, but a nomital existence in Bermuda.
blending in harmony with the stri*tLn1 ", We have no taste tor horse-flesh, nor
contrasts, assisting as it were to com- a desire to mount the equestrian ros-
plete one of the miuost variegated and trum, and, therefore, the Races alone af-
grandest living pictures we ever be- forded no special interest to us; but, in
held. honesty to our feelings, we must say
What a mostly concourse of moving that the proceedings, as a whole, are
bunmiiity, the decen-idants. of. Ham, worthy of a respectable notice, and have
Shem and Japliet.l, divided, and sub- impressed us v. t.h aS favorable opinion
divided into ranks, classes, creeds and of the excellent and orderly conduct of


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SORI.N"OCOO.

Great f I.a New York, and vicinity
causing collisiohnabetween vessels and
delaying the mail iiM sCome cases 10
hOur-. 4-1 railway ciUisi,: s in'Penn vslva-
nia-on account of the fog. No lives-re-
portedlost,
The, French are gaining headway in
Tunis, 1600 iusur1it..i surrendered.' .15
warriors.belonging to an Ajrab Tribe sh4,,.
to death, by order of the French General.5>
Cabbages are scarce in t.he'Tnited St:ites
this year.
De~c. 1st. The Kirlidale corn mills
the largest in Liverpool, Eniglad, inhave
been, ,iiin r_]. .. ,.
In the Western Islands and on 'th'e
west coast of Inverness; Ross, aud Sutih-
erland, over three hundred fishing boats
have 1 .een dt",troved by the lt,:e gams-aid'
the nets of the fishermen ;wahed away.
Paris, Nov. 30th. The Council Gener-
al of the Seine have adopted a resolution
in favor of the project subiiittedl l, tihe
.S:kcint-ifit Society for thde construct ion uf
a canal to connect the Aflat-ic Oce.anwit.h
the 31di.::rean. .

GUITEAU.:.:
Guiteau's trial is still gAirn oIn. L The
most important part of whidlwas that. off
his owIu .-leti h with respectto his career.
During his recital the audience listenedi-l
attntively to him.. He t-a. a v..hiiini-
,ii.; :tsi ,..'tou even to .-,taitt ,l and assert-
ed most emphatically that he was actuat-.
ed by-the Divine inul-iratio:in th sh,,oot Ge-
neral Garfield.; and believed. the:eevent as-'
a necessity, beneficial to the. pe Iple ,:,f the
United States. Subjoined are some of:'
the questions and. answers,, on cross-ex---
amination, in court.
JUDGE. PORTKFB'S 'I.',-'-rx. \I,..l', ..
Q. Mir. Guiteina, think vyou. arto iubiut
forty yeats. of g? A. Fgoriii't o t Si "
of Si)teiilber last,. Judige.
'. Are y3ou- (.>,ci'iO of lei ,it"i 1a. i if
con.,itleriabli hilil yI ? A. I Wouid n.o1t --
lress at.). opitdo, oi ilt hat, Jildge. '
Q. Arc vy"u a ilmnu tf truili,? .. M,,St,. '
(el iile(dly., J :.I.I..', I aui- iin dcad, tarn.-.,t' ihn
anything I do.
Q. I think vi\la W('l> ( 'iu ',iti- l tf tthl-
age of L 'Ior tlP(,o ''i-. t ? A., Ys; i'.
4 I'r.,in th;t tini on vol o yotliket-eeeu a1
manitii ol truth, lm' )ot. tn ,I A.. Y:es,; t.i
Q A ,,, as youi believe,, a Chrisitite
an ? .? A I i,,( .), Ju,. .. ..
YX0o Jtw.Ia, L t i i i.1 j .... : 'f M ot..de-
ciA1, d 1 .. '1 1) o o,
A'\n.(u .,;( u o, i ,O v ?: I ,l .. ,
Y .oi, lav'e had. Il, baid tihabitt.', ? I thl.i0I --..
1not., '
Yo<)i ba ye Vil, ays hien a, vteny ne'rsisteit
alntd pers(lv'(;I'I^ iigut.i ? ,.'s -
Ilave you i)eek., at aljl f t' l '~.,d .ui *f .
f'M'- w{ will Ia l I iu iii. i- ( W ith,.
:m:t,.h. ) Sole pe iople litsuk s u .' .
Tihatl has.. l.et'. a thali -i sii.' of vii''
from b,'yhoo, l, lhas 'it iii '. 1 o b'enh.
very e,.nie-t iuii, whlat I undl :-'.k.
You (ldetermiied to lui t,.l Gk:ri'h LI, -
(did you not ?' 1 decline to ains,'ite ht ;,
that is a very strong wa y toi put it (%'i i
soime excitencie,,t.) I conidier n l),.It htIu"
aceu,.t of thic D.cty il the ,iatert ; I hinti-ho
perisona1 voliriii,i' t),lhe MtItter.
Whoo boiglilt the [..Il., h)e Deit~:.' 'r';
vou? I said tce l IDe y i l-..l tile the a.t',.
and the D'i;y won',d take eiitr' of it..
h. Poiuter.-Tie qulesiioa is. Wh1,.'
bolughlt the pistol ? 'The' Delity fiurni-lheul "
the ImoIutyV wil hielh I 'iouIl-ht,L lite pistol '
1 ia~s t.lin agent. L *
-ur. IPorter-I tlOughlfis wn.; smni. Joily '
else who finnishlhe the fmley ?.'.. 2,-"
The lh .,,'i.--lt wa..' the Deity. wlho.
furn shed the money with. wshicht I bought
tlw 1i-th.l : '
.Mi'. Porter-oII furnished .-iin atll t he.
ioiuty y iu evr had ont eai'rth, (ih o?"
The Pr'isone--I thiniuk so. .
Frot\ whose ha'ulwas it. that you wre-r
furnislhed.the money with which you ig.uiahi
that iillurdoroits ,'.i ,ii.II.'' It i of no dit. 1
sequence (,.*nu-'wba' fthirried and excited,): -
Mr. MALtyl) rd swore 110lie loaned u me15 .
DI)id he ? Yes, he laited, me moiey. "
WVhat did young o iu thlat money? I
used it for several, pm po.s. -'. "
\Vhat were they? I have no oii .j'ctii.',,
to stating firankly that I g.t 1 froii:,m
M iinit.I and that I used $L0 of it to buy
t'hiat pistol with.. ;
Did yu ith .v'i', whetno was on tlhe stand,
that that was' tli moey vithl wmhieh yoli.


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Divine will ? I think thu dlctor.s liiiided
the work.
Theo Deity tridl anti vynu iried awlr yu
hbo h failed, IIt- the dt ic-lors .-i :.:-.' iledl '?
''The Deity coiliruned'luy int Iv ly iting the
President down so g(nily a; l.e didi.
D o you think it w;is -; I..t:i,.r i ',11 n111
gergly to"- IlI IinI suilli-r thI ii, ri.r -,' ', '
wliiclh you prole ,'i V :o (-;l 1 1 n .,leial..
during thlj e ,l.n-; nIII tlih TIhl % h Io e
matter was in the liinds *', l' IX'lDity,, alnd
(imnpatieunly). I dlo i,njW''nt to' discuss it
any furthlor ; I na pp;,<'atl: t-I.. fact of thle-
Presille-nti s 1.,' .- t;ii'-s. I,- in. li is -, ny
person in thei wll t 'l:I,,,t IIi it is a v,.ry
illrl'TOw view k.o* hl]l. ,,v' i n ,- Odl i-er.
Thie P)i'i.r--I .1, n,,, ,,r.:,- Hiet ,
actual l:if iii i hi, i : tter -!t-)'. IEx.-ite-lly. i
Ifl L.td[.s. t-, t!- f':-'.h it of i;!:. it,-d
t oate on liy ,.'.. v.'..--, -nal z_...iuit, no
puni-sh b i u. ',,-' be too -'..-r,.- or tod
Quick f,:,r je;, but acting as the agent of
the Deity, t'. i. -r ',. vur,: ,lif1 i.- t
C oIstrtlet i 0': 1, i ti :[ .-, lI;I I
want. to!:i) i to. i- i'it ,n,' l jtirv ,aul to
the op0,1 :,n-', u..l : I say that. the re-
3no'alt of the Pr: .i,: t w is an act f ':.. ..s-
sitv frou the situation an.-1 f. ,r bh,_ .... ,f


Co'64 onden2c.

t 4/-11 7. ,'/, /, 1..-. 'u l..', l i,',.
.,,11 ,' lin l ln ti> ,Iuke ; i:w r'-n u ks : 1 ,h ,
rmt I ink tlit tlt,-rI u t .- :, .y ,:-:in w,' 0)r
thI < -:t in th,-. "" (.- ,z,-tt,.-" r, r a'.,th nit.. e :,i)..-.r ,iin
I :i Iriv i -l I I t 'i ti- .' .1 1Ii.itf r l, .
iUtLimliinaoiy nI-\\u,pajcr coutrouver.iy. As
tih- case stands, tl- ,Sni.y arrival certain-
ly ,.l i ind i ,li-- r.- ,ii.. of that day ; and.
I am sure tlh.t tli- l..u iiad women of this
pr...- ,,.,|y '" !ri-t n .- ,..nmmuiity have a
deep i.- '. iM f-:i' the Sacred d&y und would
be heartily ,-_1:," of ; 'l1: 'i".,' for the better
i.n this direction. 'Tli .;;iaiment concern-
ing the stokersrs" and( I1.',.Ii.--ri," does
nota iily,, because the Sabbath is always
duly honored and respected by them when.
spent on the water.
By leaving : ,: York on. the Wednesday
- or Fri. y,. l th., i 1.1..ith <:'uld be preserve&
from the desecration which her arrival here
on that .I1 ,\ m,. -. .ii. I- am sure that the
manager., al .1g uta i i.f tlie Company would,
willingly ,.-_ ;. iVl:! in their power to
l'.':lit tl,-e,'-n,,IanuLNty in this particular.
You-rs truly, '


the American pet..ple : that i, t],,- ; i,..i il I'i lamilton, 2nd Deer., 1-..:1.
I want you to entertain, and not to settle -- ---
dowu on the cl Id-i:l..ded idea murder, To ide Editor of the ,. w EEa..
because Ineverhad ilthet-irt conception-of Sm:-In looking over, the Gazette"' of
murder in the lmfiittI;- the 29th ulimo, I noticed a piece of col r,:--
Did you leli-vw that it waste .v,ill f Ppondence signed K..Z.,"'in wvhichl he was-
God -a. you .- l,, murder the Presi- l"" n..ily end, :,.voir'ii, to i'.-l ;id the pub-
o(. himind,.-by'i,-.-iui,i. t-1 show that his,
believedthat i v -. wil that he sympathy was iti ili lor firemen an
believed that i. will that he crewof the subsidized ,'iua. r, with refer-
should I:,e removed and I 1. vw the ap- ,*-.= Io. t. arriv.ait this poat on the Sun-,
pointed agent-to do it. day. In the first in-tii.."-. he did not state-
Did aHe give it in an audible tone.of the truth, as "P<-nlI',. :-" was at Church
voice ?. He gave it to, m by his pres- on that occasion.: I. the second place, his.
sure on me. own conscience must tell him, that by the.
Did he give. toyouadib No boat :i,'e here on Thursday fi.r New.
Di. he give it. to you adibly ., N,, i,. e the poor firemen a Sab-
sir. bath rest in ti .t .-i'v; and leaving New York
tI, .,i notrcome to you as a. vi-i tlh light l "i ? do.notget my inslpiratioas opportunity for selecting; goods for their,
in tih.t way. customers.. I have understood that two,
It int-iii.d .to you as you were -hing on clergymnen,, of this town, who were present
our hltatf: I'President G.,fil wre on the occasion0 alded to this matter..
i hd il w sol e th whle (ii a-1 One of them said that; ""in t1 .i.:, with its
d;ud it wouldsolve the whole difficulty ? 40,000t inhabitant., and St. Johon,. ith 30,-
::.. no such erowds ever assembled at the
Did it occur to you, tliat yu we'ere the whuiarf on. the Sabbath.l" .Now, I trust that.
very man to kill hiin ? Not at that time'; our, chn eAes will take this question into'
Himy in l waistiuscttl'ted. serious consideration and' endeavor to ,-nt
Whlo udid you, thiiiik,, tho, wias the mmn beneficial results, Recently our Legislature
to kill him ? 1. had no. thliouglit on the snb- passed ai Act to prevent the delivery of let-
T.; then mere impression ename on iy ters on the -.,..,, i day-.an act on their.
i *t t.ie e i ressi re e part highly conimendhble. Yet, in face of.
minl hat. if tlho Plesid'ut, .wre r'N this,. and despite the conscieniceof every
eCerytliing would be well.. good ( i;, i;i ,a, this notable K. Z." is ein-
Pid yoi con template his removal othi'r- ,1-:is,,i,.- t. pullithe wool; over the eyes of
Wic than la.y mui'rder? No, sir, (petu Lint- tl.(_'li t,.ii community, very likely for his
1i') ;, I do not like thli word. "nulrer.'. own .lr;.-, interests, or to please some
Mr.Poritr--I know yo do o1101 like the favorite newspaper or a few. choice friends
word "',,inler ;*' It is- a.hard \ord, but it of his own misguided& sympathies, "and yet
i thr,.. at. ti,.- .iiin, time thinking but little about
the condition of the poor firemen In con--
Selniosion. I trust; that ]i. ;i!..'-I... both in Ner-
Yl. Yk ,,an, .4 nima. will'kindly direct their'
At his residence, in Sout)hampton Parish, on attention; to this very important matter, and&
Brd inst,. C'iaN:.- HAmI NAS, cl s-t soni eventually effect the desired results, so thiat
of 1. 13. N:a-I, L,,1. aged 28 yenrs and8 "Pembroke" and I' K. Z." Will be elI.tal.-'
months, 1,.:a\i~ g a wife,four children, and to c.'j..; a quiet Sabbath.
11,nirous relatives and friends to ino'raii ours, &a.,Ton. _
their loss .- .. F- ML.,KE.-


3 "h "p atM r' -^

INTELL1IGEN.V .
POiRT OF IHAMIILI ON ..
Now, 29-Selir Kit. Carson, I larding, fikomi
Jl.,ln,,r. M\ !11. .
J)e.-5-S. S Orihoco,,Fr.'ri, New York;-
assMited cargo t. i'rtt. & Cox.,
) c .i'-Bii:.., T. IT A. Pitt, Y. ,._. Corn-
wallis, Ni S.,- y ,"...- U uit, V0tuatovj,,oats fe.,
toT. 11. Pitt
,. 'LEAi:ED.
Nov 20i-No-r Bark Hiiabat, Wllington,.NC;
brigt. Exc-lsior, N-\w York.
LIST OF PASSENGERS;
In the s.s. Orinoco, on Sunday last, from,,
New Y.,rk. Col. Gordon, R. E.. C. E E..
M rs Honeageiinfiant and inuse, W' S.. ToJ-
dings. G. F. Williams, L. C. Hyde, J. N.
Hycde, Tlir, ia- Goodall; '[i- Dora L. Gray,
Mrs. Thos. C. I I iggs-, Miss Caro Wood ,,J. B.
Stahl, I ,,.). .h .ii: ir ,-;' Miss ;. ita, E
T. Dinscombe,'James 7 ;.-n Mrs Hlenri-
etta. Frith. Mr. MAKinnon, wife and, two
daughters, Mis. Fr i.-l.: i!; righltbouru aod
two daughters. Mrs M.,r'ha Smith; Mrs. i.
A. Young, R. 0. (',.n,1, in. W. H.. Ad inis,
8. J.: Heathcoat and wif,:. Mrs. J. Yates
Miss Bessie Yates, E. E. Adams anud ife,
E.. Jones and wife.-.'..... Clrss. Duidle'y
Jintones, Mrs Ed. Lawrence and ddna liter;
MN. Pnsel, JohnBtiruns, Mi-s Howard"and
Miss Furgisson.- -,'.y, MIrs. L. Turini
and two children, S. Galvin, S. C'beeney, E.
H. ,enton.
In' the Brigt. T. HT. A.. Pitt, yesterday,
from Cornw..llis, N S:, Mr. aud \!rs. T. 1I.
Pitt.lMias Young,. MT MlDonald, Mr. Lock-
wood.
,. .T'.)MORANDA. .
'he:'Barque Pepita, Captiih Tippet, iii 6;
days-fromn New York, bound to St. Vincent,
called off thei Sontl Side, on Sumday last,
and took in E . Rici.irar-. Esq',n wife and
child, Mi-s Janet Frazer, and two servants.
The Schooner Mnggio. (Cptaih Iarrell,
was tolfeave New Yorik fur thii- port, on the
3rd iistait. '
Unclaimed Letters.
Knud Anderson, E Buttenvorth, Joas
Betteinoinrt, Aaiusta ldit-., Mrs Bartholo-
mew, Brigpt "Atholu Cran," Joao Tereira
Cuaroll,. BriLgt 'Dauntittess,'Brig 'Ernest,'
GeI.rge A Goniez, Wmni B Herbert, De-
horah LiJ':Onei,.Jiunes Lynch, Mary Light-
lourne, John Jalmcon, .Jaiie I itiad, Miss
Srnii g 'ii, Ella beon, G A Scott, Jane Smith,
Ieajaimin Saunders, Charlotte S'w;in, R A
Sw;,an, James T mith,,.Joli Stack, A K
SnaillI, Joe M de- Silva,. Clarissa Tucker,
Mrs J I TH 1'l'lom.oii, Mrs T F Tu, L -r
v Lny 'Tiobtt Aui.ii,,L VWieria. rs Well-
mlal,Josel)h Williniams.
LPostOffice, Hamilton, Dec. 3,188-l'
\ST CEOGES.
Charlesl Auvrev, J M Duinleavv, Jlhn
Gender%,. James IHayward. (St iDvid's)
C'lu'a L'Ji.-iaen, Partri k M.i,, ire,. Schr
teh,.cen,' Joh Iin c.,n D3 I Weaver.
St Georg,.s, Dec. 3, 1881.


.-.-r. 5,, 1 I' .
SI --AN UNFrIENDLY ACT.-As ci-
Tecte(i; -we Toa3 .d n,-i--'t a certain pl'r-
', officially e ,.-,.'t,,! ,i il the Races
for a .!,i ':;t t* t',- prizes, etc: etc.--
but said indimvidual riln- refused us
point l.,,.k, a :.;i-.. i i : i-: his r. a -,.,,
that he had to _n.1 his, npnia t l.i tl,-
" G.-.:'t{'." We (1i-Tsf:tly told him we
wanted nothing more than to give us
li1- list to copy from-to which he
somewhat iii,'l'iiily r'_il-,1 1 1 "iv
services for the -,.-f. two years have
been in the interests of the Royal
Gazette," therefore I cannot give youth
a report."' Poor -Th .v.! We pity his
enslaved condition, in carrying- out to
the fullest. ,_- i. the, Scriptural' fact.
that "No man canserv.e two masters."
But oh what an uncharitable act of
inhumanity-its very impression upon
our f.-tliin. "cu-.i as (-'Il as.frozen-
S"CLA.-' 1 hiT-i s'")nts for our in-
complete list,, which another kindly
furnished us so far as he knew.
-. -,.- -


PrI" TT, .r )ATTO

C IhOICE LOT OF
'-a. 3 B .CON't.
SFIOULDEIRS,
Table Butter,
,- /AT >


IV.,


G-. REC IIT.


im;,iitf '., Dec. 5, l : 1.


Tea*


rr E Ui,,u-ig,! Offers
. Chsts of ^,,,,:r,,.,r


for Sale,. 156


OOLONG TEA.
Samples may be seen at RF.. COOPER's
Store, JIimilton
J. A. STUBBS.
PagI.et,.Deer. 6, 1881.




Fo) ASade Cheap :
.. TWO VERY FINE:


One of which is just flush in Milk,.
and the other is in good con-
dition for a Beef..
Please apply to
ZUILL,& ,TROTT..,
Flatts, December 5th, 1881.


tWatches, Clocks,





11G, '.s
ALSO,
S N.\XOS, ORGAN. N.
J. andIibts of useful articles
jg Receiv.d
FROM EUROPE AND AMEIICA,
Comprising in all the finest stock of
Holiday G o o d s
Ever offered in Bermudai
An early call and inspection is respectfully
aohlcete by,
E.T. CHIFD,
Watchmaker & Jeweler.
ITamilton, BDrmind, Deer. 6, 1881.


THlE UNDERSIGNED),
1%as uist Receive& froTo
NEW YORK,
x S. & 8S" Orinoco,"'
.IJIPS. BACON,
SaOULDERSg,
FLOTR, APPLES,
CORN. MEAL, I3UTTER,.
OILMEAL, COPRN, BRAN,
BE F, Soused FIGS Feet,
LARD, &c., &c.
JOUn 1'BAPR ETT,
C,'ner of Victoria Street,
find E.i.,t Broadway.
IIamilton,. Decr., 5. 1 E. .


Gents, Il ardt and
Soft Felt



Of the latest fashioiin,


SAND;
NE V Y ORK.
ALSO .


.oo00ts


and Shoes,


&c., &G.,
W. WATLPNGTON,
Next West of' lthe ROY.L .-AZTTE
Office.
Hamilton, Deceml'er 5th, 1881.-3 in.


Br Public Auction
UIDER TiE BIG S E11 D,
At 12 o'h.;k, M.,
(" Th11 a-asday,
Next, the 8th inst.,
5 ") RLS: Seed GARNETS.
0 1) 50 brls. be-t Table POTA-
TOES
.100 Bus. Black OATS
15 BrIs. Yellow 'I RNIPS
15 Brls. Faniily FLOUR
4!-,0-41. feet F:iL;nss
500 Lbs. Nt-- O...-- 201b. ,Ba;s
12 Cart Loads Fi"e Wood
10,000 one inch Y71,it-. Pine Boar,ds
100 Gross Chaces, Eurt-.ia Matches
l-0-3 .1is New Yoik BUTTER
10 Boxes Crown Soap, 60 lb. boxes
10 HThds. Ybnufkers ALE
10 Bris. Bottled Ale P'ts & Quarts
5- Half. Chests superior Ten.e
2000 hard red Bricks, .
6 Doz. Wood and metal W:'i -boardi
' Bo-::e: and, Qr. boxes New Rasins.



Lat.ly luip.-rtedc
SI Cll-eifer,
Lately imported.
12 Single BLINDS : fei:t i6'.inches,
by 2: feet 4 inche'u
Mens ready made- 1,OT I IrN
A Large Assortante.it of TIN-
WARE,
HLipped c.tntrary L, ood1r.
-ALSO--
What Geese may remain uns!.' ori day
of Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Dec. 6., 1881.


Ch1agmn;a S,
AND-

NEW YEAR'S.


MEE riS ATi


Im


Irelanmd Island,

EVERY

Saturday evening ,

At p,.m.
S. C: RIDGWAY, W. C. T.
V.J. GODSIFF,. W. Secy.


Semoval.,


Satlingfon
HAS Removed his DRY GOODS
Store from under the .Residence
of THOS. PITT, Esqr., to. the Store
next West of the "ROYACL GAZETTE,"
and thanking the Public for past favors,.
solicits a continuance. of the= same.
HainiltUn, 5th Decr., 1881.-2ins.


For Sale,
'Th Corg.) of the brigt.,"T. H. A. Pitt"
Just Arrived from. Corner
wallis, N.S.,
Selected'expressly for this marleft,,
1250 Bils. Choice Garnet Potha-
toes,
500 Bus, Black OATS;,
B3rls. Apples,
4000 ft. spruce Lumber,
6 Superior


s,
M C 4 stiperior
O W 's
T__ CI 91


In Ualt'
T. H. PITT.


lHainilton. Deecr. 5; 1881.


Cook W1antedd.


A,,:!Good


Cook Wanted,


Apply immediately to
Mn. B. E. DICKINSON.
HLtaiilton, Dec. 6, 18.sl.-2 3p


Just Re eived,
PIr S. S Ornoco.
L ,di s id (.Jewtl-s Slenve Iitlots,
G(, sand Silver,
Ladiies and Gn s N EC'rI ES,
Oxford SIl II'TS.
Englieh ,il A.nM -ri.iii
Lailies Peacil CO(ESICTS.
White She. ting, W hle .-niiin,, ',
vRancy (Goods,
Cricketing MAi Ite i;i1, Cob-its,
all Cane Handled BaltsT, T,e Guavils,.
GLOVES, SeeIn bally Hats & Caps
Groceries, Has
ShouMdcrs,
Corn- BBuitter,
And a large assortment of other
GOODS.
RI. ir. DuElrE,.
7Tamilton, December a1881.


To the Children
or BEAmB1A1 I
SK INDLY tfll your dear Pa amnd'Ma
S t.. that SANTA CL0aBS has arrived at
E. A. Meyer.s Confection-
ery,
Where he left a qu.iniitv of Pali-ages for
yeou and your PF inls, to be deliver-
td- FREE, after charges; paid.
E. A. MEYER.
generall Agent for Santa Claus,
Christmas Table.
Hamilton Dec. 5,. 188..--p,3.

Redetced Pices!

M EN's Linen COLLARS at 6d.-
worth Is.,
Ditte i'apier COLLARS at @d. per
box-worth Is-.,
BOOTS and, SIOE$S,
Table KNI'VES and! FORKS',.
All at .Reduced Prides for Cashi.
C. H. ROBINSON.
45 Front Street.
Hamilton, Deer. 5, 1881--lin.


Nov. 28, 1881.--2 S3p,


42, Frout St.


Notice ,This.

ON RETURN OF THE SCQIR-





RROIMNE'W YOIRI ,


At
A


Public Auction,
Portion of the- Cargo :


SSay:
f .to ,75'Is, and 50 ca.4es KERO-
U0 SENE,,and Astral OIL--besL
quality,,
20 Tons best Stove-COAL.

AND,. :
50' Bhbl and Hif B IB .I F. FLOUR.,
15 Bbls. Kiln-dried Corn MEAL,
li, Bags (CO RN and BRAN,
10 Bbls. Rye FLOUR,
15 BbIl Faimily BEEF &.PORK,
S20 TiiwFanmily LARD,
t-10 Bags Superior COFFEE,
&c., &Q:,. B, W.. WALKER & CO.,
Auctiofiuei's..
-Hamilton. Nov. 21, 1881.


e. 90


TH-F-d


iP


za )


qa.-


6 A rr
.-,
!, I ti.


-,P, rs o"'I an "'.


IReceived,
BY RECENT ARuIVALS FROM
Iiii.Ii ndal Nuw York,
LA D .s JACKETS. U ISTERS
Dr. L .IM.\'TEi AL HATS
I1B1 ON.s, I;lUr oN.S, U.11BIn ELLAS,
ilen.s,' I' lt I .ATs,
A. very hI'i ,0.nmon nn-ortinent or
Cl1rit,,inas, New Year and Dirth-'
day CARDSf,,
And numinerous olhI'r C,.'T.s .
A it full line of
Choice roeris
FUf.. !lE IKASON.
ALSO,
ORHSALK 9

A few Thousa.id ,

fTiI A U PI BfKY P2 A lNTS
or a htacelaresy *;.
Parties irn need of them. will
please immediately apply to
RICHARD kEMPILT
Warwick, Nov. 28% 1881.,




The Undersigned is nowreceiving-
Ex Brigt Rothsay" from
*^T. JOHa3, NB., NI
0 vNION Box MATERIAL,
To.uwato Box I\AT'ERIt AL
The New ten Slat BOX
Garnett Seed- POTATOES, a choice lot
NAILS 5d-4d & 3d.
LATHES 57 inch
39 M. Feet W. P. LUMBER,
a part of which is ilaned and matched.
ALSO
Two large SPARS suitable for lower
MASTS,
The above cargo is offered at low
rates.
Parties having engaged Potatoes"
and Box material will please. receive,
same this week.
W. T. JAMES.
42, Front St.
Hamilton Nov. 28, 1S891.--2 3p


The Undersigned.
BEGS TO NOTIFY
THE PUBLIC.
THAT HE HAS OPENED
SSKT OR'E,
In Paget Parish, vlie ,re a select assort--
ment of
G ro c er ies s
may be obtained..
J. A. STUBBS&
P.S.-Also 30 bagp of CHAR-
COAL, for sae. '
Paget, Nov. 28, 1881..


Notice..,

The UTndersigned offers- Ex Brigr

&Bt{OTHSAY,
If takenfrom the Wharf.
W. P, Lumber, 1 inch at 5, 4 .
per Thousand.
W..P. Boards, pinned on )6 5 O
both: sides grooved and per.
tongued M."
W. T. JAMES.


Wen., I Tea.





___THE RE WER _.


H.H/. lU ERDEH
)DEALER IN
GeeralV DRY GOODS
WEST E ID, 5
Under the Arcli.es,
Among which will be found
-RESS GOQpS-very cheap,
UNDlEIR SKIRTS, JACKETS,
ULSTERS, WTool SHAWLS,
'reieh tCOlSETS-some large,
PRINTS, COTTONS, Neck TIES,
GLOVES, HATS. SIIESIAS,
TITIMMINGS, UNDERCLOTHING,
JEWELRY,, EIBRPOIDERY,
FANCY GOODS, &c.,
,ent's Good RInDdy-nade CLOTHING
of all sorts,
Dress SuIlITS. Working SHI11TS,
BIRACE, Cardigan JACKETS,
OCKS, COLLARS,
50 .Bs. New Portland CEMENT
at 15s. d6,,
FISH POTS, Fish Pot WIRE,
GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY WARE in great variety,
COBPrTT'S BATS, BALLS, STUMPS,
Leg GUARDS, GLOVES.
English STARCH, CANDLES,
TUEAS, Cheap, CIGARS, 4a. 4-d. per
box up,
nags RIJCE-15s. 6d. per 100 lbs.,
8s. 6d. per 50 Ibs. ; 4a. 6d. p0r
25 lbs.,
Fishing LINES, HOOKS,
[. Oil LAMPS, and a Great Varietyof
other GOODS-all at Yery Low
Prices.
Iov. 19th 1881.


FOR dSLE,
THE CARGO OF
The Brigt: "Athol Cran,"
Just Arrived from

.particularly Selected Jor this
Market:
Oo ~IBLS. Best Seed G AR ETS
700 500 Bis. assorted, Table
POTATOES,
2,000 Bus. Rlack OATS,
80 Bus. E4tra White OATS,
100 Bales Superior HAY,
I0,00u Four and a half feet PAILINGS,
8 Cords Hard FIRE WOOD,
4 Bbls. New OATMEAL,
104 Young GEESE,
SHIIEIFERS-ir calf,
11 Carriaige anda 'arm HORSES.
B. W. WALKER & CO.
]Iamilton, Nov. 20, 1881.

Horse 'Stable

MANURE.
WE ARE PREPARED TO RECEIVE
ordevgtor above Manure, direct from
CAR STABLES
IN
Aew Fork City,
At Qost reasonable rates, in Bales of 500.
and 600 .Ibs.
Samples at our Stores.
OUTE'BRIDGE BROS.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Nov. 21, 18.

JTust Received

At the Lowest Cash prices
' THE FOLLOWINC ARTICLES:
25 13RLS. Cru.shed SIUAR
500 Bags CHARCOAL
20 Cords FIREWOOD
80,0 Quarter Bales HtAY
8000 IR 1CKS.
T. H, PINTT,
36, Front Street,
namilton, Septr. 2t, 1881.


Notice.

f'E H UNDERSIGNED
H AVING lately received orders toa
purchase
MILCH COWS,
Found great difficulty and much loss,,
in doing so..
We have decided to make a special-
S ofthe .SAE AND PURCHASE
OF COWS on Commission. Any
person wishing to, sell a Cow will
please communicate with us, giving a
description of the Cow, how many
Calves had, what quantity of milk
given per day, &c, the price wanted,
nd where she can be seen.
Persons wishing to purchase, can,
by calling at, our Office,, 25 Front
Street, have a reliable description of
COWS for sale, and the price of each ;
and as we have spacious erclo.sed Lots
adjoining our Stores, CQws will be
quite safe and attended to, should they
wave to stay in Town oyer night., when
sent tor delivery.
All SalcK wilt be for CSA. on deli-
very.
very. W. WALKER & Co.,
JIamilton, Lbv. 21, 1881.


Received


per "Orinoco,"


From Lou4on.
L ADIES 1llick Straw HATS, 91 ito 5s
Black Plush HATS
Fany Felt IUAT'S,
PLUSH for *l'ri.ii-ing, FURS,
Ostriich FEATHERS,
G6it'. Hard Felt HATS, Soft do, do.,
latest styles,
And many other GOODS.
R. H. DUERDEN.
IhUmilton, (West Eifl) Nov. 21, 1881.


Fro,, the Mountains
Received
Steam-ship "i
FROM WEST I]


of Jamaica,
by
Alphaa"
NDIES,


A Cousigonient of this Superior
ARTICLE
Which will be Sold
F OR C.SSH,
In Lots to Suit Purchasers.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
25 Front Sreet.
Hamilton, Nov. 21, 18881.

NOTICE.
MR. E. C. JACKSON,
BARRISTER AT LAW,


Visits


St. Georges,


PROFESSIONALLY,
Every Tuesday and Friday.
Temporary Office :
-A-t VICTORIA. (Jate
Rpedan) House-upstairs.
Office Hours from 10 to 4.
Hamilton, 1st Novr., 1881.

HUNDREDS OF,
Dollars!

ARE YEARLY SPENT
In Purchasing

NEW PIANOS,
WHICH CAN BE SAVED
By Just making g Arrangements,
WITH THE UNDERSIGNED,
TO HAVE.
Your Old. Ones Renewed.
He guarantees to refit any Instrument
from the building
TO 0 T 4 t T NIN .
CONSULT WITH HIM AND
Save Your' Cash.
HE WILL FORFEIT
The value of any Instrument worth,
reparimg,
That he cannot thoroughly and
1A.TMTI TRILY 911W0.
This is no humbug but solid facts.
MANY REFERENCES.

Reasonable prices given
for second hand Instruments.
Second hand instruments
kept for sale at reasonable prices.
Orguinettes, Cabinettos,
ORGANITAS, and ORGANINAS,
Of the latest styles imported to, order at
prices below competition.
Address
JAMES T. ANDERSON,
Tankfield, Pgc-t.
Septr. 26, 1881.


FOIR SA.LE.
T1TE UNDERSIGNED
Offers for Sale a lot of
IT.J"ivrem.v'Ra,
Consisting of
BOARDS and SCANT ING.


CHO


ALSO,.
GE LOT
A-Y,


OF


A LSO,
One Top PV ACATO N--
nearly new,.,
2 Sets Riding HARNESS, new.
And,' a small lot of,
CANNED GOODS,
&c.,, &c., &c
Thlo alove-mentioned articles will be
Sold CHEAPLY for Cash.
J. B. STAHL,
East Broadway.
,Hamilton, Bermuda, Octr. 8, 1881.


Fresh Arrivals.
J. C. KEEXEY
WOULD RESPECTFULLY
Inform the public that he has, and keeps
C ONS LTNMTLY ON PI N
AN ASSORTMENT OF EXCIiLLENT
./R 7ICLES
For domestic purposes,
Including
COTTONS CALICOES
Yankee Notions, et..
ALSO
A FINE ASSORI'MENT OF'

G ro.ce r ies
of the latest importations.

T118, H 111AIl DAPPLS ,
A Speciality.
pORK BACON HAMS & FISH
generally kept onw hand.
ALSO,
CARRIAGE WOOD,
FINISHED and ROUG II,
Bolts Buggy Axles
CLIPS and Cart AXLES,
WAGGON HUBS,

&C. .&.
-ALSO-
A fine assortment of



AND FIXTURES


&C.,
The Public is invited
REID

September 27, 1881.


4&?c
to call.
STREET T,
Hamilton.,


Hair Dressing Hall.
FRED. DA VIS, flair Dresser &c.,
Formerly of Boston, U.S.,
IN RETURNING THANKS TO HIS
Nuimerous Customers
For their liberal patronage dur-.
ing the past year,
WOULD INFORM THEM THAT HE IS.
STILL IN HIS OLDL PLACE,
And at all times ready during the day
and evening to devote his
services to them,,
AND OTHERS
who may favor him with their patronage.

Shaving and air
jutting
Executed with neatness and dis-
ptch.

A CLEAN TO WEL
FOR EACH CUSTOMER..

Outside Order's;
If not from too great a distance,
WILL BE ATTENDED TO.

RA SORS HONED.
At the shortest notice.
llAji~,---
In MR. T, H. PITT'S Buildings,
FRONT STR'EE ',
Hamilton Bermuda,
Hamilton, Septr., 26,1881.-tf

Mrs. Julia Smith P:arL'r, of Glastonbury,
Vt., is able to give a coNmplete history of the,
thermometer for the past ninety years.
The Rev. Russel Stretter, who died, at
Woodstock, Vt., lately, was one of thl
fathers of Universalism. lie was in the 90t
year of his,age.


DELICIOUS
COFFEE


C1Ae~p


101 BRUITTI
DEALER IN..
English and American
Fancy GROCERIES
AND
PRIOISIONS.
&c., &c.
Choice Selection
Fancy Biscuits,
CANNED GOODS0a
AND
FIi TEAS ABU COUIEES
Of Superior Flavor,
CHOICE SMOKED MEATS.
Just Received from England..
A LOT OF
USEFUL ARTICLES
In Tin, Glass and stone
Ware,
&c. &c., &c.
Corner of Victoria & East Broadway,
HAMILTON.
October 21, 1881.


.riUU.t F-eoetrecx
Via New York.
Per S. S. Orinoco, from
WESTERN VIRGGINIA,
15 Superior

Suitable for Saddle, Carriage,
Truck'and Farm.

jrHEE Horses, have been expressly
Selected for our Trade, and will
bear part-iL'nr inspection..

Also,
A NEW SUPPLY

WHIPS, HALTERS, &c.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid St., Hamilton,
Novr. 21, 1881.


W. H. WATLINGTON,
Reid Street, West..
Hamilton, Octr.. 14, 1881.

THE UNDERSIGNED
Has just Receeivel fronm
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Ex S. 'S. Orinoco,"
A Fresh Supply ot
IAMS, BACONS,
SHIIOULDERS, BUTTER,
SLAR D, Canned 4iOOPS,
PYE-FRUIT. (in, 1ttles & Cans),
CU1RANT1, DATES,
OATM\EAl, TAPIOCA, SAGO,.
BARLEY, TABLE bALT,.,
&c., &c., &', "
JOHN BARRITT,
Corner of Victoria, Street,
and Ea;st Broadway.
iHamilon, Nov.. 21, 1881.


DEALER IN
English and American Staple
and
Fancy Groceries,
and
PRO isioJ18'
&C., &C.

Specialities,
LAtRRABEE'S
Facy Biscuits,
Choice Selections of
Canned Goods.

FINE TEAS,
ANTD .

0. e e e
OF SUPERIOR FLAVOR.

Baker & Clark's
SMOKED MEATS!

A Lot of Useful Articles. ,
In Tin Mare,
Notions, &c., &c,
PAWUAMENT $T$ZETt
Next to the Melbourn House,
Hamilton, September 26, 1881,

Joh H.- T. Jackson
OFFERS FOR SALE,
In Addition to, the Numerouas
ARTICLES.
USUALLYY "FOU ND.IN A
GROCiERY STORE*,
V3,S Seed POTATOES
Kegs NAIL1,, assorted siz.vs
No. 0. PLOUG IIS
Barrels Mu'covado SUGAR
Puns. Bright MO [ASSES,
Bags CHARCOAL
Cases LOBSTER. B131s. MACKEi1REIL
West India HONEY Btay WATER
A ngostura BITTERS
Guava JELLY
CIUA R.s, of various brands
ALSO,
Agent for the Remington Hand
and Treadle
SEWING M A C NES
The be.st in use.
ALSO,.
Agent for some of the best Works Pub-
lishedby the National Pnullishing Com-
pany lPhilidelphia.'
Vizt:--

With over 2500 11 ustration.
The Cheapest and best published.
GRANT'S TOUR
BOUND TH0 WO%+fD

The National Encyclopedia of
Business & Social Forms,

OUR MARTYRED PRESIDENT,
Containing the Life and I' Wlic Serviee
of General JAMES A. GA R FIE LD,
2.41h President of the Utitei States.
Together with the llis'ory of His Assina-
tion, &c &e., Scenes at the Sufferers'
Bedside &c
Hamilton, October 3, 1881.


--\ ,


I


The Undersigned will' receive a-
S bout 15th Novembei, next,
argo of Choice Garnet Seed
t~atoes,
Selected e ressly for the Ber-
minuda market
and put up in roId hoop barrels,
Should a,'hise ariners
To call and examine, s tk, before
purchasing elsewhereV.
ALSO
6 Superior



4 cows
All at lowest market rates to ap-
proved, purchasers.
T. H. PITT,
Hamilton, S3tth Oct. 1881.

The Undersigned
OFFERS for SALE,
ALF Chests Oolong TEA,
-very cheap,
Cases Quarter Tins SBRDINES,
Boxes Assorted PIPES-1 gross
each,
Cases Card MATCHES, 10 gro
each,
Assorted JAMS. per 10 doten 0
more-cheap.
B, E. DICKINSO;N,
Front Street, Hamilton.


NO riE.
AS I,, the undersigneil, am about,
to leave the Islands, I hereby
give to N. W. CASTNER the au-.
thority to, collect and settle all Bills,
in connection with the "Forest Lake.
Ice Company," during my .absence,
and all Orders r--eceivedv by him will
be promptly attended to.
JOHN B. STAHL,
Agent Forest Lake Co..
East broadway,
Hamilton, Bermuda, Oct. 28, 1881.

NOTICE

TO FAILIS.
THE UNDERSIG-NED
(Worker in Cane)
Is prepared to. clani and put in order-
CANE SEAXS
IN BOTTOMS OF



&0- &C.-
Also Polish them.
He guarantees to give satisfaction.
MANY. REFERECES :
Address
RICHAItD S. SIMONS,
Near the Iectory, Paget.
Plet, Oct, 22,, 1881.




SHas. Ha(s. ~ltats..

tTTiu t II.eceived.

AAn excellent A n.sortnent .of
S, Ai WINTER. BAT$,.
Of the latest and most fash-
ionable styles.


G-rccerie.r'.)


MOO




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