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Title: The New era, or, Home journal
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Title: The New era, or, Home journal
Alternate Title: Home journal
Physical Description: v. : ; 55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: A.L. Spedon
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 2 (Oct. 15, 1884).
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ONP Coiloi~y-a Vt* IJecd pe'Ple twith uiulaieud finterests".


HAMILTON. BEEMUIDA, TUESDAY, DECE1\MBEZ. 13, 1881.


:Fari an1d _I.Lseholil
MUFFINS.- Tlihree pu t-llt ,- ft l r, tin':.r. .
.eggs, half a poniil .t-f t-I'I r tlree- 'Lt --
,butter. Mix the ji\v.l-der dry 11vitl itil.
flour. I1 another l;-I 1 11m11 the s.:r:-o.!I
butter veUll togetl. then add tilhi 1i,,'1i
-, .. w ith n ilk-. H- ,t :!1 th..r .-+.1 ,lv,
TIg l l. -e i i-a q'ui.-k I .'on.i
To SETTLE C..FF.F- To. '-.ttl. .' if-.,.
without. ,ggs., put tl- r. ni'.l .-'t', --2
tablespQotifuls li;r ini, re. ac,-', 'lii' ', the
size of t he famiily-t.- .-.,i.ak ive-r ,i-'ut in
a teacup of \,ater and put it on to boil,
boiling Uifte^i or twenty minutes, then,
till in wW4 v:it--d i:; necessary and put
the Affoe-?.t on the -to:v,-. In fifl-i.
minutes i .will p-mr off lear as ainil.-l.
CoNsuIpON CUnED By- SALT-A gentle,
man aged tiirty-r x .-.<,- ni ,a to be in the
last stages of c,_ij-i tiiijt, ,- di.s-: ,:-., wh1-n
lie was seized i.1h an unI i r 11- -1. e-
.sire for table s-d., j he spread it _:i tLi, L
Jayers ov,.'-r his i;..i- an.I over hls bread
anILd liut-,y ; he ,carried -t in his vest
pocket, hijch wa- daily emptied by eat-
ing a piii..it. a ti.,i-. He regained ti,
health and r4 iu,.j:ld welH for years aft< r-
wards. *
SI',i. ConoET.-.T'lhree cups of ifmo-rr,
one ,q(p) of -butter. four e -,--. four .1,01. --1-
SF)po( hfuls eagh of co0yes, i, in 11, and
nutxig, onk cup of eni '-.nt', -'ti flou tomakc it stfa iff -.. ih to roll -ut.
Tq ]MrEND IIINA.--Take a piece of flint
glass, beat #4 to a fin;- ei,,-.:-, and grind
it extremely .fne (( .a painter's stone
-with the whihe of a:n e --. and it joins
china without', ivit-tiN'-, 1 o that no art
can break it Jn the some place, This
piay e doit i jn a mni:oter if a .':it.1..1
yoaie is not to e h,0li.
Cnary Bathiung.-A canary ,.-;u be
rnajp to b.t]:e in thiH yay :,-After giv-
inug g seed Jin lIII( e:ulr'e rn,-.ri: remove
thever tup apd put tin the 1. i.l-hd.'
with fresh 'i tr, tr. .i it only ,I) food,
and gjp poother water (v "in ~"' 1'-y
will hen go to the ],th to dri.jc and
finailjy o ,allie. -A bit of .-,.'' 'P-e
in thje 14th will tUnipt. them to it,
Weainpg Slp-tarlf-s. --When the pyes
begin to fail use them iq little as possi-
ble at night, and :-...i.l r.:.]i., .- fine
print qr doing any work by lamp-light,
which tries them. But when you in-
stiuct'%ply a-lju-t your book so ;i: to gdti
a better light, when the eyes arp easily
fatignieO and there is a sense of .,.ii to
make q jt the Iht-mer m pl 'it. or to take
stitches in s-e i;.WI : ] '-t' 1- are -,..ld.
They aTp the last thing to be lI".ugt,
for chetpnesie. Always r-,t.- the number
of you glasses and the date of firstI
using t.}bm-if lost, yoq can telP what
number vyou want. Glasses .-2h'Ial.1 be
washed fn cold water .eyery day, wiped
dry with a linen fLibiii.-. and th'I n v.ith
buckskin.
Sw1P.T OIL.-A physician ,ays tfli-
sweet pil is not only an anticqpte to the
bite of the rattle.~ia-,.:. "' but will enre.
poisoin of any kind. l,.'th on man and
beast., The patient pim.-t take a spoon-
ful q jit. internally, a'Od bliathe the wo-uil,
for a isire. To curc a horse it takes
eight tiiues as much as for a man. One
pf the most extreme cases of snqke bite
oc4u'wed eleven year ago. It had been
of thirty ,lays staiK'L :, ail-d the Iii i-r
'nd hbeep given up ,y the physicians. I
gave him a sp,oti:fulf of the .iii which
affected a cure. I$ will cure bloat in
cattle caused by fr-sh 'l vir. It will
.relieve the stings of bees. spiders or
pther insects,' an4 persons who have
been poisoned by 4 low, running yine
palled ivy.



When deaf an dunmb lovers are married,
two member, of the wedding party are sive
to be unspeakably happy.
'* e lhas left a void that cannot. easily he
filled,' as the bank director touchingly re
Marked of the absconding cashier.
' Gre'en Bay has decided that a widower
S ought to mqrn at least threat week before
shying around for a second wife.
Henry Ward Beeclier said that any col-
lege should puttwo D's after his na,, lihe
slicnid feel inclined to Tkt a dash between
them {ind send them buick.
Boston eipourages woman's aspiration to
take active plIqt in the diffusion of intillectu-
alciv ilznt '\ by patronizing a female news-
paper citrrier aged ighty--ight,
Ip the police court of San Joi,< ('uh, the
other day a w tness was asked, 'Did you
ever kill a man ? He answered, 'No but I
," .aild a Chinaman once.


S A Kansas boy earned a nice Bible by com-
piittiug their' e hupdred vegees to memory,
pnd than he traded his Bihie for a shot-gun
anud accidentally shot his aqut in the leg.
S- 'They .tell about the- netanmorpho'es
wvroight on their companions by East Indian
jugglers as though they were something
wonderful, bnt we have ourselves seen a
i, grl turn into a candy shop.


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, ,'P, s'I r,?^^.' POL'T' *.
.I' .,t P M -i\ v. t'-, ;i'-, tlte l.ini1oin "M ,irn-
'i .'- ,, k, -l-t,, O." \, iie t-. l n i >,'l
,I t ..n ii.11. Ew...- A i-rt. .i t., tht ..-r
,,f ;I l' 'w r| ', w l-i *[ .i-L :.i. ui; s 'IN i til'Ty In.nkil
to discover the anther.- All thiat'ever tran-
spired -ws, that i,.- poem, in a fair clerkly
land, wa-s found near a skeleton of remark-
able beauty of form and .olor, in the Museum
of the i .,yl College of' Surgeons, Li., .ii's
Irn, London, and that the Curator of the
museum I..1 sent them to Mr. Perry, editor
iand pl'i-e i,.orI-of the Morning (.l'hin.il-.)
LINES QNA IKr.LFr ..N.
B-hold this ruin 'Twas a skull
Once of ethereal -'piit, full,
This narrow cel l .-. Life's retreat,
This space wAs i, io.h l[I mysteriols seat.
What bieaiuteo1s Viiiis filled this spot,
Whit dreams of pleasure, long f.r ..i !-
Nor ih,,.--. nor love. por joy, nor fear,
Hay.- ..r one trape of record here,
Bleneaph this monldering conopy
Once shone the ih iil- an busy eye;
Bnt, tart notI t ;-..- dismal void-
If ,,'i love that eye employed ;
If with no lawless fire it gleaned,
B3it tliongl, tthe .,-'.'. f kindness bpapi'd,
'That eye shall be forever bright,
VWhiep stays ai d .iiia a): sunk in night.
Witliip this hollo cavern hung
Thlie r-ady, swift, and tuneful ti'. ne
If f ,l-i..-h.i.l'- h1lpey it disdained,
And where itpould not, praise, was chained;
Jf bold in Virtue's caflse it spoke,
Yet ,_'ntle (eu.. ',.,l iti r broke
"'ii-~ -I'-lt tolngnue shall plead fogr thee
When time uaveils t. t- ii,.
a;iy, did tlese fingers delve the mini ?
pr with its envied rnbies shine ?
'To hew the rock, or wear tne geil,
f'an little, nowv ayvil to them.
;;r if the of truth they sougl],.
pr comfort tQ the mQurnier brought.
These hapls a i !.- n:--I shil: plain
T'i:;, l411 i0 it. wait on Wealth or.Fame,
Aviils it, whether bare or shod.
These feet the paths of duty trod,
It frqnm tlhe bowers of E.I-- they fied,
To seeh Affliction's humble bed ;
If g'.ui.1,-i,' guilty bribe they spu ried,
S iAnd honIe to ; I',, -'- ct re(- ,ii --1.
1i', o.- feet with angels wings shall vie
A ndi read the palace of the sky.
in.. r.l. .. l _7 :_ -_ r .. c '_.. .... ..

Captured, but n il.hed
A quaint old town was Hereford,
Ti-. buillii,-2- were antiquated and its
ihsit n o; so I4 .- -^l-ly to ..j
traditions of their forefathers thuat.nto,
more obstinate or exclusive set of h:,iil,
pwnevs could be futimjd in the shire,
Scarcely more than 2i" )ii souls com-r
prised the l"'-1.luatiu_,im but what they
au-.:edl in uini:.. -s was 1i.:-,in;'t-- by
the extreme re--i-.-t-,mi'itv of those
who lived and carried tli-..ia-.lves as
little 1,d ;,.: 'niu: thety-,in.v. Here-.
ford had its 1-';nki-u hon. To be.
sure, it was a diminutive .ip-i..l''of
the big concern in Liverpool, but Mr
San,,hur.-t Tipton, M. P., r-,il-,nt
p:arine presented ,over its dignity
and lived in the old brik_, mansion on
the top of the hill, screened from the,
vuriar gaze by the heavy yew trees,
that formed a cordon a l:iil. his retreat,.
H- r.eford also had its estal L^;1,-,1l
church, and its good vicar. Dr. Stole,,
though an -austere- nan on the (cliri h
I,,'iil,-s. could, nevertheless, at times
1.'e a.s decqrously jolly as the worst of
his parishioners, aid was a ri,:u- i
rider wheu the hounds were in full

The f:iiiily of Mr. Sandhurst Tip,-
t.on cl.si.ste-'. of his wife and two,
daughters.. The former was a tall,
tum-looking 1l:.Sy, with enough dig-
nity to have satisfied the most exclu-
syve aristocrat; while the daughters,,
Augusta and Cecily, to the disgust of
their parents, most unaccountably h1jd
iil ,it ,ed n,:,tio, is .alt,,t-t! _- r t.-o pl-1 .ia
Sfor their notion and birth. It \\as
Mr.,. Tipton who had 'i-i.-.:.l on their
Being enucatied abroad, and it ever
,iice ]i-:id been to lihe-r a source of
lamentation, and her more astute hus-,,
Sland, who had opposed the scheme.
1It.' n,-v.-rthl lh- ,s yielded to his win_.a'
wishes, vevt.r failed to remind her that
the c' nS'-quelnce was the result of I.er
QYn folly.
Mm-.s. Ti1pton knew this too v.,:l,1
- therefore, she never sought to gainsay
the truth, o0n' she.extuniuated lbr mis-.
itake as best she could, remindingher
lord that she was educated at tihe
'samne institution whither she had s.-nit-
her daughters, and had come out


s.ans ri-elprochle."
Precept and expost-ulatioin seemed
1 lost upon those \vii'l girl ., and they
only laughed at the -lectures they re-
ceived, frequently r-plying by S-jime


lubl-house phrase they obtained, pearid at the bank of Mr. Tipton and s'-eu Asgus.ta and Cecily mUeet Le.wi,
heaven .L.mns whelT. Two LondIn deposit.d several thousand pounds, at Each time they met near the scene
seasons had failh-d to eradlieate thH the saui,_ time presenting a letter of of the accident by the woo.X Tom
I. lmji.ih of their h:arae'rs., an!d u:w introduction from onie of his London never heard ane conve.-satioubedweeu
Mr. Tipton a.nd L s v, iftI had rsiued friends ~ho spoke uf Lewis a- the sou them; he was up amon<" the trees get-
thi.-1ilves t. thli u;lhalUppy eNoiviction of a distinguished tgcntL-main, residing ting grubs to go fi.mhiun-.
tihIt ti"--Y.ust. q;atiently'enidure that abroad. Tlhe banker offered Mr. Mr. Tipton left the baInk ead ier than
whlih tl.h-ibld uot. cije. Lewis the hospitality of his house, usual that day, and ,u his arrival
Th-, ..,l W.'e oit. 11<. da)y onl and invited him to dine. home his daughters were,sA lmilrped to,
hcr.e back, and is was their custom, Lewis' complexion was habitually his presence andl requested..to give au
thtv were uiath.Lded by an escort. pale, but o6 the present oc-casi-n it Augusta, who was a dashing horse- was whiter than usual, and the newly tance with Lewis.
wian, was riding near the edge of a healed seam across his forehead was In a short decisive way. Auigusta
wood that was bound_, ed by a thick still visible in a crimson line. His in- rlat,.-d the accident that oclcui-red on
thorn hedge. On Hi,,: opposite side production must have caused Augusta her leaping the hedge, and frankly ad-
v. aL a young ma. who had fallen asleep and Cecily some secret amusement. mitted that both herself and Ceeily
r. adliig a book which was lying on the Be that as it may, they never by look had met Lewis even as Tom DIeong
green sward. At a banter from Ce- or sign beraved the thoughts. that had reported.,
cily, Augusta put her horse at the passed through their minds. "I hen why did you not mention .it ?
hedge and leaped him clean over it, Every small community seems to be At least why did you let ine suppose
A ,ry of pain immediately follwe,1-d, afflicted with one or more persons you were strangers when I brought him
a11A the young sleeper spring to his whose chief 1,u-siUe.sS, seems to be in to my house? Explain that, it eoild
feet. then st ::.&.-ird and fell, with his discovering tacts regarding their please."
forehead cut open by the hoof of Au- neighbors hitherto unknown, and then "I cannot do it," replied his daugh-
,u~a, t, Tipton's h-,.:-. without loss of time, proclaiming ter; at least without xolatig his
The daughter of Sandhurst Tipton them, o the discomfiture of those confidence "
possessed a mindL. Sha e,"Ho! it's come to that, has it?
possessed a corag, weus mind. She concerned. In theperson of TomnDe- That will do "
n.-oher screamed nor wept at the con. long, Hereford had one of those enter- That will do.
:,,.,u..: of her unfortunate prank. pr individuals. h Mr.Lewisrece asho d it
uprising idividuas. oreover, he
,Tie your horse and limb over as the nephew of Sandburst Tipton. through the pOS in the handwriting -
hi- -hi, instant," she called to her The banker had for years set his face, of Sandhurst ipton, requesting asus-
sister; "I believe I've killed a poor against his nephew's manner of life,~ pnin of vts t e oe, ad
f:h.1v,-. How perplexing this is, to be but as "blood is thicker than water, dcing any intercourse exc pt on
sury." She had sprung from her sad- hle could not cast off his dead sister's ss
dle, and knelt beside the bleeding man, child, so Tom had a corte branole" the same mail came a foreign et-
while he was all unconscious of the to his uncles house, where he never ter or Lewis (wiose xstreat, it seems,
),iinl'shue h he rad been discovered),:;ig him intl-
fair fingers which were twisting a cam- faild to disgust his aunt and her hus- ad bLtn ot dt gh n gr-
lrie hlaadkerchif about his temples. band by his slang of the race-course 1 gquro of tr death of hsfather,aud re-
Cecily, in conformity to her sister's and prize-ring-in his estimation, two qu sting isretur to Frac', hi fami-
-i.inm,.,ns, had s-vramnbl.d through the of England's most valued institutions. gly avingor secured hl p u from t
hedge, and was do.iin- what she cold Mr. Tipton was sitting in his room Notwithstanding flie-vigilance of Mr.
to bring the stranger to cons ioun--.'~ .. at the 1 ak when Tom entered. l'Tipton ind Tom Delon'g, Augusta and
He is handsome-don't you think "*. Good day; uncle," he said, fling- ewi, had a final iterview; theu he
so, Gussy ? she asked, gazing on his ing himself down carelessly on a sofa, was seen o more.
pale face. Mr, Tipton raised his eyes, and wel- A year had passed away, and Mr.
H-r sister umade n.- reply, but coined his nephew in a common-place Tipton had ceased to remember Lewis,
clIt1'. at her -- vinaigrette" and ap- way when he one day :received a letter from
phi it to his n,.trils. '"Who was that fellow you had up the British ambassador at Paris, in-
It hl;qupjn. that Cecily at that mo- to the house at dinner the other day? forming.him that Comuit Bernier, a dis-
ment spied a letter lying on the I "I am not aware that I had any tinuished no.,lemen,' that time in
ground near the book. In an instant felloww" ap-iw ., ,d the banker, with the King's Service, was about to visit
she had caught it up, and with wo- some severity of tone. England, ad that he&, d have the
n udy- curiosity was xann:ir the Oh, you object to the term, do you?" pleasure of giving hi a letter of in-
superscription. It was postmarked replied Tom ; let me qualify by calling troduetion to Mr.'Tinto.
Bru 1-, and was directed to Mons. him a chap.' Thel.iauker rad thbeommunication
Louis Bernier, London. "Quite as objectionable as your with feeling.i of ple;isure. It was al-
Cecily pressed her hand upon her ,revi)ous expression, sir, r.:spinded waysgratifviug to his vanity to be the
brow, as if in thoiguht, and then Itad- iris ui.ul. If you refer to Mr. Lewis, recipient of "sui(' communications.
ed the letter to Augusta. The latter who has deposited in this, bank and Hia'wife, to whom he exhibited the
looke.-1 sharply at the superscription, who has brought me a letter of intro- letter, atonce boeganm to plin a. match
and then remarked, "' Oh! that's it. duction from my friend Colonel Brad- for her daughteAugusta. The letter
How strange 1" ford, I ri:cqist. you to .peak of him indulging in sweh heart sreamis of
"Wlire did we hear that name ?" with eiure respect. laughter"that the lp'rtriety of her
asked C. -,.iy, I'mr sure we have come Dralford !Bradford!" replied sthrwas shok.ed.
across it somewhere." Tomn "why that's the name of the It was arranged that a graud dinner
"In the n],.wp.Iaper," replied her shooter who used to stop with you a should be given t i hgoner of, theCount's.
sister, don't you remember, a few few years past. By jove, I knew I arrival. A nmalicious smile was ever
days since the announcement of Count had heard the name somewhere. Did playing upon the lips of Au Wsta, whi,.h
Bernier s son benmgimplicated in that you unetice his death ini the "Post." both her father and mother attributed,
French plot, and th e flight of young Mr. Tipton started from his seat to a wrong' motive
Bernier to Belgium ?," and grasped the paper. Sure enough, In his old aiceni4on ed se-aat a. the ba-nk,
'" True enough," responded her sis. Colohnel Bradford had fallen dead at Sadhurst Tipton- was sitting,- some
ter. Wouldn't it be romantic if aour lis ub. Verdict., apoplexy. So sud- months -afterwards, when the card, of
stranger and young ]ernier were den was the news that the banker felt Count Bernier was haned him,
identical ?" sick and was obliged to swallow some 'Show him "x immediately,' cried the
Augusta pushed the letter into the wine. Bradford and himself had been banr.:er, sringig towardKdthe door.,
young 1,m.ii'. pocket, none too soon, schoolfellows, in a f: ,v days he was to Thie next moment he bUMine 1a
for he. opened his eyes and gazed have seen him. th
languidly at his fair companions. What were .you going to ay regard. stood re g each other i
"Do you feel much pain ?" inquired ing Mr Lewis, iho-ma.s? aked. th le) .. H At is th is? lipton spoke.g
IDkqo. ",.vw is tjhUi? I eliev,' I, lo(1-ing
Augusta. I really can't express my banker. upoAVMIr. Lewi.."
sorrow at having been the author of 'I was going to stv that I I, The Cunt sle, an. sitting down
your accident. It is very strange yon good reason to d-mubt t.1 itt he is what by the buaier, explaiwd all that waa
did not hear us." he represents hijaself, nd pe.jai:s if mysteriouss inlis first -it to Hercford,
'AI was, asleep, Mademoiselle," he. I give you myreason you'll come wn al, con11ktelv s:atiued the banker of
replied, in a low voice. that had just from that high horse you are on ,d the ,prprit.vy oft his aciO., .
cl.';>ugh of the French accent in it to listen to what I have to say. Pleas' _E1t'te le:uiivLn the bcadi. CouriA Ber-
establish his nationality. tell me the day that Mr Lewis, as you "i r had ,litaiued Mr. Tipton's -ons'nt,
A half hour later and the sisters call Iim, dined with you. t,, t.! pi ie. to his d la r hth,.
were sttiii._ beneath a tree with Louis Let me see, replied the lba ker, aome down t .ine the- ba-
Bernier i.d!i.ug them the story of his running over the d va. in. his mind-it er as he u-rnve, at door,, absolutely
Iif,. o ne th atth. w lt iday week.' forgetting for ,he merd ,nf Ia. deounm,
In one of the house at the out-.1-rt "Fridav is an unlucky d y to, bet o. come ,.,v here._ and e awold auaint-
of Hereford, Louis Bernier had found a horse, whatever it may be ona ma. ance.
a t,.elipra:-r home with a stout veo- Friday week, hey ? Well, Unchl' # *e *
mn.n named Harry Hawks. 'rThe o Sand" for a week or mo re pretvio,' s. A f'ew week hlnter thE Li -was a grand.
were very many reasons why hp de- his introduction to, iii cousins,,hey time at the Tipuii mn.s. ; every one
sired obscurity at that moment, and had met him every few davs, and as far wa iolly, ant nuned ore sfomtn Dr.h
notthe least of which was to keep his as they w~rc concrie-d I don't think r.._, as. he\n. wL rl-r aoute
father, the Count, in iua'.n-meof his an intk,..iwti'n was at all neees.ar" ro.:,- a gm Hist mothers-: cuap ofjoye-
.vherea;:,ts. He therefore gave an "Hi-wdare you make such an assr-- ahiu.-t raaoer. Tomn DeIongwastihere'.o
,n.-.nd unaiie. when o(:casieou requir- tion?' cried tli uiLkcr, .jpringii.g to but he ,liii ut ofl the CoUnt a" fellow"
edit, and had not Augusta boldly his feet, and confrontiug his nieph.ew and Mspcddl hiis sang phrase-s.,.xcept
l]aIr,2ed him ih s b1ii.in. .the- son of Count with facq alterndly v white and.ref in e .i,- in o in:teus-. When. his annt
aiiek-r and having to fly his country, "Becanse I hteC-upted. te e,-t.isg.. a.-.lat him what be t light- of tfhe ev;-
it is probable he would never have re- myself, re-plied Tom, wtvh the utmost mi,,y, hI repel. "WtU the p,:ioa gave
ealed himself. But the positive and e,.hiet. ; "and Ijdne inu rt ua-thiinrg thl:.if afair start, a*w. I lhiuk oi- a square
unexpected manauner of Augusta Tipton Iknow to be true ;;bntifyoudon't be-. G-u..y wviltr:Aue 'i.t ,aad..


had taken him at a disadvantage, and, Le'e it,.why, of c.cuse, it d.ont mae
he surrendered, at discretion, only any difference to me. (Good.l-by," ajd Tin I-,a pearls matnfactw" so Tagray
stipulating that if they ever met in he aresc to leave. in, at i ,ei s s and w
the presence of others they should '-Stay 1" responded his uncle, -tell. Th .-,,. Tyh uI :eto ipp aie f
know him as Mr. Lewis. me all about it." h,- lMle 4i t.h is aive, or ite ,lia-
Shortly after the event just nar- Tom seated himself again, and garv- ening hue so .mnh admired in thK.iueui dpeard
iat-l, a young man named Lewis ap- a detaild.account of the timi.s hto .lie eounil not n i'uitattL,..


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come preinimtinely destroyed it would
r ,.' r. % be an evr'tt. inconsistent and incompa-
7P e :.tible wit.h the iuvarial 'e and universid
Slaws of the Diviue Cri -tor. World-i,
like mankind, have their grading peri-
I..-_ -7-ods of life, ultimately resulting in a
.- -..--- --- ... .. change termed IEA'r;-. Tlihe earth in its
HAMILTON, DECEMBER 13, 1841. present state is not eternal: a time
.SUM..E i..N.' ... N D- somewhere in the murkvy aesg of the
long future will at length come when it
THIE SUN. will be 1,--royed, only to undergo new
The new apparains tor ith p;i.-': :- transformations. But that time is not
nation of meat. introd r e.i ;, ; an ex- et, nor need the present generation
p'. rinint v the eut- prisiin fin'm of become trTir-d.. by the fanatical fore-
,ritt (, Co.x ofilath ilt.:.n, wills.-.:.n f shadowingsof "F -.-e Prophets" who
completed and in readiness f. .r use. would deceive the very elect if they
Doiublts as to its utility have .. could. Let us however breathe more
thrown out by some of the ancients, r'-.: ly now that the crisis is .past.
while prehaps some of the Conserva- ---P r
tive fossils, may be chuckling over J-lIN'S IS LE. .
the refrig-r.t,'ry 'pt.-*:. as a sort of. Wars and rumors of wars are still
nonsensical novelty which may be prevalent throughout unhappy Ire-
some use a Luntdi-l years hence, in a I:.nd,l but they are, so far, on a com-
couitry like this, which they asert, ps:d.liv.'.l sm-,dl scale. Conflicts be-,
is s_.Aw to n.:ceipt. anything foreign to tween the police, and the people are
th,'.ir" preserved" i.leis. However dis- fe>;:1.-.itlv o-.'riin,, and murders
cOura':iI. fo.r the time beihg., this may may be said to be daily events. One
api,,.-ar to be, tthe, spirit, of the l',th I neighbor pays his rents and. anctl'er
century must and shall prevade the shoots him dead for so doing. Spies
people of Bermuda as wt-il as those ,of are on the alert at all times, and any
ti n.r countries, There is evidence of one deviiL.g from the Lec..4:i: la\v.
sn':-.i in t hi- sevt-rai .mor,'-. of industry bee ,in- a i irl:., if not a j:d,-r-l
Which recently spIrung into ,:-ki.t.;nc,:. man. There appears to be no reme-
in this country, comparatively small dy for this ii.l3i.ni-m'; yet it is to be
as it may appi;ar, The 'new meat hoped that the Government of Enig-
preserver is another additional ac-' land, during their next session, will
acquisition, and its utility n itwitistand- effect -.1,i:e ci. i!i:tid,:'y in:ms by
ing ininu-tfdin o, will ere long, be hilly which to pacify the people, of Ireland.
and satisfactorily tested and proved. The rifle and i.vni may do their
Exp-.riiments of a similar 'haritr;-l'r, in bloody work, but something of a higher
slipping mutton and beef from Aus- standard is much needed to redress
tralia to London, have been found to the wrongs under which the people
be very s1i3esful. ~By the iin -; refrig- believe themselves to be still bur-
erating process, England has-been d.ned.
enabled to open up a new traffic with ""
her far away insular colonies. The 1)NG EVI FY.
voyage from Australia to' Lou.lonu by Writers have frequently presented the
steamer is about 40 dThv, The' Orient' r,,l v-r, o.,,
nevh f a ou; invest aution~s u on 1


recently brought. 3,171 carcasses of
sheep, and 70 quarters of beef, 'i1-;.-
are said to have been received in ex-
cellent condition, The Garonne, an-
other steamer, has since brought 4,738
carcases of sh,.ep, all in good condi-
tion also. .iMeat.-preserving estal lish-
nienlts have also been recently started
.in Canada, and large (uantities of
meat are now exported from there to
England, as well as from the United
States. If by these means meat. can
be preserved for weeks, and retains
its healthyy condition, after a long sea-
vo yage, why cannot meat, by the new
refriger.ating process, be imported
from New York and afterwards pre-
served in a good state in Bermuda,
even for weeks if necessary. "Why
not ?" we again asks From amid the
"rattlinLg of t11o old, dry bones," a
gruff voice grunts out, We doubt ;"
but the spirit of the 19th century em-
phatically exclaims, We have faith."
Then "go ahead," and let it not be
said that the people of these impor-
tant islands, though small, are lagging
lazily in the rear, during the great
in arch of modern pI-ogress.

$oQ$ OF {$LA.
The arrival of the!American. man-of-
war "Vandalia" in our waters has
added for the time being, a number to
our population. The "Boys in Blue,"
in numbers parade our streets, and
the foreign element appears to many
as something of anovelty. They seem
to, feel themselves perfectly at home,
and among friends within a friendly
territory. The most remarkable fea-
ture in connection with their visit to
our town is that .of the apparently
friendly, social union between them,
and the British Tars, who are also iii
large nuimiers to be seen parading the
st~re ts. On several occasi,,ns we have
seen the jolly tars of the two countries
side by side, and even arm in arm,
walking the pavement together, as
twin brothers in unity,-Land we have
also seen the British soldier and the
American Tar walking side by side,
chatting humorously in good fellow-,
ship by the way,-the two colors--
the red and the bhlue-contrasting
very strikingly, while the feelings of
a ',se they rep riseifed l -1ndila har-
rmniously together. "It was indeed
a pleasant and mos:t gratifying sight-
to see the representatives of the two
greatest nations of the earth, giving,
mutually, expression to feelings and
sentiments of Brotherly Fellowship;
a noble c'-untrast to that. when iii day.
of yore the cord of unity had been culin
twain by the sword, and the two arm-
ies-as enenmies--vashedl their hands
in each others blood. But those "dark
age i have passed away-and peace
reigns, triutpliq:,hantly,-and inmay the
time never come, when the two armies
as en-eiies, will meet "again upon the
battle fieldol; and may the kindred
ties of buimnanity which link them in
union together remain eternally in-
dissoluble and unsevered,

FALSE PROPHECY.
Novelrtber has come and gone, and
the world still hangs together, Its
final dissolution, as predicted, has not
occurred, nor is there any evidence or
sign that it will take place within a
thousand years to come, In age the
earth is comparatively a mere thild;
.ulndergoing the process of development
in the first stages of the evolutionary
sy &'.':. Were it a.,cidentally to be-.


, te inurience of dil'-r1 i.t[ countries, cli-
mI dtes, national peculiarities an.I other
circumstances, upon the length of human
life.
As might be e:p1.:.t':1, it has been
found that those :i :.-v:e-d in agriculture,
particularly the more independent class
of farmers both in Europe and America,
live longer than anY tli-er dependent on
manual or mechanical labor, and longer
indeed than those in any other occupa-
tion with a few inconsiderable excep-
tions. The average age attained by this
class -.'f the population would be still
higher than it is, were it not for the
hardships and other circumstances un-
favorable to longevity, which are inci-
dent to a large p.'p,., ti:.n of those be-
longing to it amoamg the f rm laborers
of Europe and the settlers in the new
c:. utrines of Amurie:a. The superiority
in respect of length of life of Agricultur-
alists in more favorable circumstances,
and in the older portions of America
may be seen from the official statistics
which occasionally find their way into
the public newspapers.
We glean from an oi, it h register, is-
sued by the State of Massachusetts that
the average of gentlemen is 68 years ;
judges, 65; farmers, 64; coopers, 58 ;
public officers, 57; e rl.-r; en. 56; hat-
ters, Lvtwyers, and rope-makers, 54;
blacksmiths, merchants, and pliyi- imans;,
51 ; butchers, 50; carpenters, 49 ; ma-
sons, 48 ; traders, 46 ; tailors and jewel-
ers, 44; manufacturers, bakers, paint-
er:s, shoemakers, and mechanics, 43;
editors, 40 ; M3i6 'i ns, 89 ; composi-
tors, 38 ; machinists, 36 ; teachers, 34 ;
operatives, 32.
From another official Report it ap-
pears thln. a.rrieutiuri-t, live to the aver-
age age of 63 years ; while blacksmiths
live only to the average age of 51.44, and
shoemakers to that of 43.12 years., The
latter class would seem to .be the most
unhealthy or :1, i r-- ft lived of .all the
principal o.:eupi.-t 1.' ., MiLii,. kiitLs
are of a medium :. inrauter in this re-
spect.- Taking the wh6le class of those
eii, d in Imiech'anie'.i pIur..uits., and of
those worse nii'l ,i t,, carried on
in close rooms, the average age to.which
they attain is only 46 y--iar-'s. or about 17
years.less than that :;i i:iried by the a.ri-
cultural 1 -.. The, :i.,rMltiri.t has,
therefore, the advantage over one of the
most favorably circumstanced of mechan-
ics in r:i -t. of health and length of
life-the blacksmith-of.about 12 years,
and over the whole c.l:t, of- mechanics
an advantage of 17 years
In accordance with the above fact,
with the exception of the- gentleman and
judge, the farmer on the average is the
longest lived,. To every young man
who values the length of life, we. would
say : "If you have no priispc.ct. of be-
c.mingii a retired gentleman or a'judge,
be a farmer."
If yon wish 1 1iappyS life,
Souul and :,,1- growing S ',.,iuger,
ToUn a farmer -get a i, -
Then yi'll find your liee uiich longer.
Cliistian names are so called by having
been given to converts in baptism as substi-
tutes for their former pagan appellationii,
many of which were borrowed from the
nanies of their gods, and were therefore re-
jected as profaine.
(George Steplhenson, inventor of the loco-
motive, was born Jiuse 9; 1781.


FOOD, WORK AND SLEEP.
The things that a man most needs
in this world are food, work and sleep.
He dosen't need riches, honors, or of-
fice to live. He needs society because
he is made for it. He must love and
be loved ; his life and happiness are
promoted by companionship, mutual
dependance enlarged hope, and
stimulated courage. Yet after all
he lives if his friends die. There is no
grief, no form of bereavement, but it
has its consolation. The best preser-
ver of a man's life is contentment.
Nor is work destructive of strength.
1Men 1:ik)k forward to rest, to a life of
ease, which to them means cessation
from toil and from the cares of busi-
ness. They iAi-t:'ke the cause of
weariness, it is not work, it is care, it
is over exertion, it is ambition and de-
sire after gain that bring worn and
weary feeling. All we possess we
possess in life. The sooner we get
through with life, the sooner we re-
linquish our possessions. The faster
a man lives the quicker he reaches
the end of life. Tliire are three ends
to life, and death is the last and least
desirable of them. One end is to live.
That is why we were created-to live,
and live-as long and as well as we can.
Some go murmuring and groaning on
their way, as though life was a burden
and that it is piety to put a low esti-
mate on it. The opposite is true. A
man should seek to live out all his.
days, and he cannot accomplish it in
a better way than by using every means
to promote life. Among these means
are the three things mentioned at the
head of this article. When a man de-
nies himself sleep, food, and the exer-
cise work gives, brain and body work,
he robs his life of its fuAl term. Let
hin be cheerful also. He is like an
engine-it will run well and long if it
is well oiled. Contentment and cheer-
fulness are the oil which keeps the
nerves from wearing out. Busy men
and women think that time taken from
toil for sleep and recreation is time
lost. It is really the cement put in to
fill up the joints, to keep out the wea-
ther and preserve the building.

SPECULATION.
It is the evil of intense competition
in great commercial communities that
drives many from the walks of legitimate
business into schemes of speculation in
anticipation to sudden and extravagant
gains. The: history of frauds teaches
us that they originate chiefly in the
attempt to grow rich rapidly by finan-
ciering rather than by diligence in
business. Some men have a talent for
this, which is as true a mark of genius
as is poetry or art. But it is not a tal-
ent that every man can acquire, and it
is fortunate that this is so, for if all the
world woltdI turn financiers the earth
itself would soon go into bankruptcy.
Now, the calamity of a great city is that
every one who saves a little money
takes to financiering as a readier mode
of increasing than regular business,
gives a tone to the whole business com-,
munity. But financiering is- a deep
game, and he who leaves an honest toil
for a business that he d..,:. not under-
stand, for calculations of chance in mat-
ters where he has no skill, is very apt to
become the loser, and as in all lotteries,
to grow desperate in the attempt to
make up his losses. We do not speak
of investments in stock or property, but
of the spirit of speculation, and we have
no doubt that a just verdict upon many
cases of fraud would be: This man
loses his capital and his character by
s-,..cul.dit..n in stock; keep therefore,
to honest toil in a legitimate business,
and do not aspire to become a financier.
Be content with such means as you
have.
VALUE OF LIGHT.
The light of the sun exercises a
much greater influence, upon our men-
tal and 1ph sic-ial condition than we
are apt to believe. It is just as neces-
sary for the animal creation "s for that
of the vegetable. "
Animals waste i inuniscular strength
as do plants, whenii k-pt. in the dark.
Sunlight in fact, is a tonic. Miners and


workmen eminiil,,yed in badly lighted
shops are in general found to be liable
to catarrh in the mucuos membranes,
flaciaity of the soft parts of the body
swelling and distorti,,.is of the lung
system and an undue preponderance
of the lymphatic system. The eye
which is the most s'-n-.itive part of the
blody to the action of the light becomes
enfetelbled and diseased by long ,seclu-
sion in the dark. Sudden change from
a dark phice to a strong light is dan-
gerous. Sunlight is said to be benefi-
cial to persons who: are suffering from
lung disease, and we hdve frequently
heard of persons having been cured
from that trouble by sunlight. No
consumptive or weak lunged person
should have their room on the north
side; keep to the sunny side of the
house, bathe as much as possible in
the rays of the sun, and the salutary
influence will soon be realized.- Light
in its real nature is nothing more than
life, or at least, an essential essence in
that vital element, called life. Cold is
death--heat is life, so darkness re-pi-
sents death-light that of life-there-
fore heat and light, and we add pure
air, are the three grand substrata of
that living principle called li'e."


p (A .4 wS+
Notwithstanding the severe frost
last winter, Florida will send 50,000,o00
oranges to market this season.
The Corporation of Halifax have promise,
ed the projected Dry Dock in that city $10.-
000 a year for twenty years, and exemption
from taxation. This is done to attiact 4hip-
ping to the port, and give .eimploymeit tok
their ship-carpenters, caulkers, &c. '
It is said that the Prince of Wales,
being invited the other day to preside
at a certain annual dinner, replied that
every single day for the next two years
to come was booked ; prehaps he could.
promise a day in the third year.
A Connecticut pastor declined an ad-
dition of $100 to his salary, for the'rea-
son among others, that the hardest part
of his labors, heretofore, had been thu
collection of his salary, and it would
kill him to try to collect $100 more.
A gentleman of Oswego, N. Y., claims
to have discovered that horse chestnuts
are excellent food for milch cows.. He
has bought a large quantity at eight
cents a bushel, and dries and feeds them.
He says cattle eat them' eagerly and
thrive upon them.
Carrie McIMurray of New York wore
long, luxuriant braids of hair clinging.
down her back. The other evening some
miscreant cut them off close to C(arrie's
scalp and got away with them, an! 1)pro-,
bably pawni.d them off for money 0 o u 'i
rum with.
A single vineyard near Dixon. Solano
county, Cal., has just yielded 2150,000i.
boxes of raisins, worth $3V00,00i. Vine
planting is increasing greatly throtial-
out the State, 2000 acres of new vinesa
being about to be set in the neighbor-*
hood of Cloverdale alone.
As \Irs. William McFeele's4 was walking
in Fulten ,street, near FLiMIth shli av-i'i
Brooklyn. with her pet dog. some unknown
person, who issupposed to have'.,ah.t at th ,
dog, fired an air gun. The bullet s'ruek'tib
lady in the neck. Its force was broken by :
fur tippet.
The heart of the small boy was glad ya.,
terday morning when he discovered Ilh:it tii
gutters in which water from the late rain hadt
remained was frozen over, and he pit on hii
skates and was merry. T 'e' 'l.id in Jersey
City were early in thle day c,,v. red wil it
skaters enjoying their first spin- of the
season. ; ',-
New York. Dc. 1.-Godfrey Nicol; Jul-
ina Fuchs, and Jacob Schachinger, fought in
a barroom. Fuchs was stabbed in the headi
byNicol, the 'knife blade penetrating the
skull and cutting out it piece of the bone
.larger than a nickel. Sl-iachlinger was cut
in the head and face., They were taken to
the Chambers Street Hospital and Nicol was
locked up.
Mr. Samuel Morley, in, a recent speech,
said that he could bear testimony to tho
h-'arty feliin which prevad,.id An ri. ca to-
";a l" E,,.!.l. If anybody. he said, shon' d
go, as he did, into the W\.-t. rn States ;
they 'i ..id see the attraction: th. y tr,.l r ;i
tor certain el>sses of the i ir'I' l |U piill ti,, i -
of Great Britain, lie rec.mul ndeu-.l fihrm-
ers to go there.
On Sunday, at Troy, N Y., several unr-
c1iins ann ,-ved an old man h'l:uel Henhe'i
by throwing stones at him. He cllwteil
them up a hill, and rttruiir-ng to his
house called for his boots :, -il said hej.
was going to the police station to com-
plain of the boys. He was very anry,-,
and had but just started when hlie fell
and died, probably from heart disease.
Hudson. Dec. 1.-A farmer of (hent
started off with a Ion I of hay on \\'W.des-
day, and on the load was his .-i.il i *n.. ThO
air was chilly, and the boy had a serf about
his neck. When the farmer hb;d Lr,'u.--d, il
some distance he lih:ip-ni-i to tirn ar-iiiil.
aind saw his son su-pende.i ly tlie u.-vk lfriia.
the limb of a tree sonic yaiid btiiii.l" In
passing under the tree the l.iy iaul I e' .
hooke'd in the scarf by the branch. He was.
nearly .-tr:iti'l''d to death when takLen down.
\VATERnOO. Iowa, DPC. 1.-Mrs \ill,.r, "
widow of Fred Miller, who died .-uonm nek.s
ago, killed two of her clilii,, nii. nLe ai in-
fant of'3 months and the either 5 y*'..rs .l'l,
and attempt. 1 t. kill thie otln r:. Tlie oag-
edy'was ii. lis:-o\cred untir thiis' mniing,
when her brother went to the' house Sli .
lad pnt everything out of the hlioiie. and
hal laid out the two dead clildhen on a
cot. Two of the children whie escaped hao- -d
been bit ten, and the other, about years
old, was lrni-ed nlbout tie lhaid andi face.
Theysay ith t tle li ,it ih r.-tiiirtan led thlie two
i'.li,,r c& ildren, and w.,s going to kill tlihe
utii .i, bitl. for s n.) Ie tii t alnuid ,Ied lih r
purpose. 'Mrs. M!i:ler has.4 been ilisitic, sitiic
mher husband's death, but was tboiught to b-
harmless. .... .
Astronomers are on the lookout for the
Star of DE-iih.-mi. last seen in 1512. when
itshone so lrihlitiy nasto be visable at.nboon-


day, then fading away assumeil varnils nhies
until it disappeared. This wolinifiil star .'
is lii-c-..vil to have been set-in ln 1264jin1L,-,
945, and its apparent period exteLded bick-. -,
ward would indicate that ii upc)Varr'.l a1)out l
the time of the biith olfClris.t. Hence its
name. Its place is near the coiitellation -
C is-'.i':,peii a. .
The C.il.lwell Property." situated at tie
cornor of Ke.lip Rod iid Y.iung :-Street,.
l-aliftx, has let1 selcetedl for the prpoa~of *
the cotton factory:, it contains 28J aeres,
and was olbt.iiied at ,a cost:.tf $i16.Ult). This
site i- thought :i I l)e the mo-ist eligible. The
unuilling Is it- to lie of brick and tlie main
Iudildin \ -.ill I.- :-;tj0 feet lI -and 74 Uidl .
and with the wi )ils, ole at e-nellq [l., %iil.
give a friint.ge ol 424 feet. 'Tw 1 1, I ,,+
and a half of" bricks will be required t, b,,I -
struct the bilihing ,. ,

J-"We have received sevendi of tlhe
l.itest collies of the Royal litaudardt.'
per S-Lhooner "Mieteor," i'fron 'Turks
Islan-ds. Notliing new or startling to.
our readers, from the 'Isles of Salt."
It appears, however, that the Goiverno
wishes to raise the 'revenue, at, a costly
exp:,nse to the p1)- )le. The latter have
becomLe exasperated at .his Lordship
and are, ieginining. to griu dag .
through a rebellious spirit.


STHE .EW' JER.,.






THE *EIV* ERIl


Correspondence.
For the N" Ewra.
On Saturday last, 3rd instant, an ex-
citing cutter race,, between. seamen o:
H. M. S. "Terrr" and "Irresitiblek-,'
took place in G(ras.y:, Bay, the diista 'ii(
rowed being albl ,ut three nuile,. T,
those on shore Vh,:| witnessed the race
it was ea4y to pereive in whose favoi
the match was likely to prove, as the
Terror's" crew hliad 1y far. the b1-si
boat. At 1.15. p.!I., the sitrt was madn'-
the "Terrors" takig'. the lead ar.'un.,
the course and winnii.i:. by 85 str:,kLs
The crew of the lo.'sini- boat deserve greal
credit for the manly v,;ivy in which they
exerted themselves although defeatt
threatened them throughout the race.
LOOKER ON
Ireland Island, Dec. 10, 1881.
Looal Items.
ir'H. M.. S. "Forester" sailed 0
Wednesday last, 7th instant..
Jii The com miand of the military
forces in. Bermuila has been trans-
ferred to Col. Govilon, C. R. E.
nar The material for a new iron
shed, to be built at St. Georges wharf,
has recently arrived.
W The weather during the past
week hais been showery. It rained
"hard" all d.lay.,' Tuesday-so hard
indeed that the roads appeared 'S t.'
xAQ7 Mr. J. .R. Swainson, of St.
Georges, is said to have, r-ec'ntl
captured a very large salt water eel
nearly as long as the whale that is
supposed to have swallowed Jonah.
&Q-r The American man-of-war
Vandalia" has 1een for several
days anchored in Grassy Bay. TIln
tars are having a good jolly time on
shore, anid their pre--'ence upon the
streets of Hamilton is a suioewliat
novel feature, particularly in a coun-
try so BRITIsH as Bermuda.
Ai'i A young apprentice-typo of
one of our Press-cef-,in po irai~s, has
quietly abscointlel to the Laud oi
Freedom, per steamer "Antonio."
'Why!! if its the Printer's Devil"
thatVscut /'stick," by:all means, let
him slide" windward, not "LEE"-
ward. Perchance, he is now sweetly
singing-
They i l miss jpe at home."
or--, "
"Isle of beauty, fare thee .well."
THiE 'WORK AT .HEE CAUSEWY\v.-The
"western section of the'new road lwich
is beiu. suib.tituht. for the old wod, n
Bridge at Lt. ..b1ir".l". Island enil of tle
t u .eitvay was o,'i.----Od f.r tr.tffic ,:o! tt
2 instan.. 'I'hi, v irk o:in ihe eastern
S;.ection is progressing rapidly. Thli
',..i.es wer,-, ,-t iuil. Tt.d .on i' ,ndar night,
Y ..t(.. 'ay lIrnin, the work of b uilding
Lae wall .ned tilligj in was commenced,
and in all probability by this ..L\- week
t:ie Wirk wiil hi' been ,:. : h i]-l._.. It
's to 1 (: ho,_i .that tt.i., Legislatfu'e will
continue the substitution of masonry
for wooden bridges on thle .cus,..w:t-,
un'til the entire road from St. Georges to
Wakingham h1s been made a substan-
tial fabric.--'* a(1' ,, Novr. 30.
'The in:nLerous hf'if-ild. of
T. H. Put, q., of this town, will be
1 ;d t:.) w.Iiw.l- 1,, and i', s. Pitt.
"home again" a i i-r an absence of
several.Veeks in th. Maritime Prov-
-inces of Canada. Juidgiing from ap-
, peuance we woull say that tne trip
has largely I nfWit.e-l his health, as he
looks hale and anu !v.
E.emewl ,c: \', .-lker & Co's litrge
and important "Auction Sale" on
'huirsda v-under the Big Shed.
SWe would call special attention
to Mr. MacDonald's advertisement,
with regard to ipeni;ig a new school
in this town. Mr. Macdonuald is a
native of Nova Sc ditia and comes high-
ly recommended as a tb'st class scholar
and teacher. W, hope he will meet
with 'encouragement uand patronage.
aS Having learned that the dis-
ease known as "Pink Eye" had brok-
en out amongst a lot of horses import-
ed by Outerbridge Bros. in ss "Orin-
oco" three weeks ag>, we called at
their office to ascertain some facts in
in rtIAtion thereto- which:, we thought
might be of interest aud importance to
our readers. We there met Drs. Out-


erbridge & Mercer who informed us
that sole of the horses had been suf-
. fering from the disease and that three
had died from that and its complica-
tions' but, that for thlie last ten days no
fresh cases had occurred and they had
no knowledge of its having spread out-
side of the original locaity and they
thought if the jpros--.t cool, dry wea-
ther continued there. would be no
cause for apprehension on the part of
owners of horses that the disease
would spread. .

SCIENCE
Charcoal deepens the tint of dahlias,
Iyac-inths and petunias.
The owlI,which easily digests ineat
cannot digest bread or grain.
The-i horsefly has 4,000 eye lenses,
the cabbage butterfly 17,000 and cer-
tain beetles 25,000. i
Cocoa beans possess twice as much
nitrogen as grain, and therefore choco-
late furnishes much nutriment.
Lime is a preserver 'of wood. It
has been noticed lthit vessels carrying
,t last longer than any others. ,


ON SEEING A METEOR, OR
SHOOTING STAR.
Whilst gazing on the starry sky,
One calm Novemhbr night,
I saw a sparkling meteor fly,
And1 fill its path with.liJigt.
It seemed to be of heavenly birth,-
An angel'-, bi illi;m lit giei ;
But, ah it lived as things of earth,
And died, alas like them.
We are but flying meteors her e ;
We live-we flash-we die;
And scarcely light the course we,,teer
In times terrestrial sky.
The sons of earth aspiring forth,
On golden wings of fame,
May blaze along their mrial path,
Yet die in their own flame.
The fop who lives to love and court
H is mimic in the glass,
His life is but a flick'ring sort
Of sky "i.ild 'gas."
The fa-.iiitinig belle-tov lihom
Life's common la'y seems dark,
Soon spa rkles out her vital bloom,
Tho' bright with many a "spark."
The spendthi ift in his folly flies.--
Agemin of silvery light,
Thul meteor-like he lives,-but dies,
"M id tim,;-.-i ,Illiiiot., ii. 3 tt.
Ma'r's ironlt ,t aon who soars to fame' ,
On daring wings of war, '
Amid the strife of brilliant life,
May fall shootingng star."
But he wholhreath's the living eight
01 heaven'sinimortal skis,
Eukiunll.-: life-ioh' d:ark as' night-
With light.thatnever dies;
But when l- flite from earth thro'skies,
To worlds more glorious far,
He'll shine in heaven's own rirnnmaent
A bright terinal Star.
A. L. SPEDON.
Nov. 22nd, 1881.
CURIOUS FACTh.
The practice of kissing isuanknowVu among
the New Zealanders, Tahitians, Australians,
Somanlis and Eiiuiihminx.
A bride's dress in Fiji is so cumbrous that
it is carried by her friends to the church and
put on outside on the shore under the cocoa-
nut trees.
There are towns in Russia where a post-
man delivers letters only once a month, and
in some of the largest provincial towns there
is a post only twice a week. ,
Finding 'the arteries empty after death
gave rise to the idea that they conveyed only
air. Hence their name. It was this belief
which Hurvey overthrew in 1620.
The word "dad" is pure Welsh, and is an
interesting survival among us of the ancient
British language. The beginning of the
Lord's Prayer in Welh is "Ein Dad."
There are many em ions iinst:uies where .
the loss of one sense adds to the acuteness of
others. Dr. Mo.ys,, the blind plilhs'plier,
could distinguish a black dress by the smell.
Surnames began in France in the year
1000, and in England in the time of ,the
Conquest.
B 1 TM.
At Porto Plata, San Domingo. at the resi-
.dence of her fithi-r. Capt,, Jalmes- Eve; on
Sunday, 23rd, October last, Mrs. E.wiu J.
Astw, od w a SON.
,--- --- ,---, .
INTELLGPliNCg

.INTELLIGrEN CEK


By Public Auction
UNDER 'THE BIG- SHED,
At 12 o'clock, M.,
On Thursday
Next, the 15th inst.,
0 fBbls. Kerosene OIL,
25 Cases do. do.-10 GIs. each
25 Cases Astral Oil-10 Gls. each
50 Bags Comrn-2 Bus. each,
50 Bags Bran-100 Lbs. each
10 Bags Superior Coffee,
50 Bls. S F Flouir.
10 Brls, Corn Meal,
25 Tins Lard-25 lbs. eMch,
5 hlf. Brls Family Beef,
5 do. do. do. Pork, '
1000 feet W Pine one inch Boards,
'The above Goods are now landing from
Schr. "Iagg.ie", from New York.


20
50
9
1000
1


AND
Boxes and 10 qr. Boxes RAISINS
Brl Table POTATOES -
four ft. 6 inch PiUilin's.,
Hhds. :Y6OuNoEs Pale ALE,
Red BRICKS,
G.od C marriage e or Farm HORSE.
nled fr,,m i, B'ri.-1.' "Athol Crai,"
in a bruised state and now oui of
of V. Surgeons hands will be's'.I 1
to li..ih st 1i...!. i '


AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER,
A Consignment direct from LONDON'
of Superior Lot of
IVJNTEji, C L 0 H IN G,
amoag which will be found Five Cloth
Over COA1 S and Reefing JACK-
E ES, '&c., &c.
B W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton. 'Dec. 12, 1881.





For Sale
A Vey Superir t330
A. by COLLARD & .COLLARD,
1 CARRIAGE-to seat 4 persons,
1 Fine Carriage HOPSE,
1 Good American HARNESS.
The above goods belong to a gentle-
man about to leave the Islands and
must be sold.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
25 Front Street.
Hamilton, Deer, 12, 1881.


S Notice. -

For Dem3rara & arbados
AND BACK TO BERMUDA,
The Clipper, SCHOONER


PORT OF HoAMIL I ON
ENTERED. ..V4:9
Dec,. 3-Italian s s Atlantico, Gaggino, 'o .f 1 G I E '
New Orleans.-Agents. J. T. Darrell &
Co. DA RRELL, Master,
6-Brigt Sarah Wallace, Anderson, St Will sail on TUESDAY Next, 20th
Johns, New Brunswick; potatoes, onions instant.
and tomato boxes, laths, lumber, and Persons wishing Freight either way
firewood. ,-; ..n AI.. ,., ,0,r v.. ..- f


---Schr Maggir-e, Darrell, New York ;
assorted goods; kerosene oil.
Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Turks' Is-
land,; assorted goods and donkeys.
CLEARED.
Dec. 3-Italian s s Atlantico, Gaggino,
Genoa; inward cargo cotton,, &c; ,was
supplied with 150 ,tons coal by the Ham-
iltou Coal ('oilapIny.
6--Brigt Rothsay, Churchill. Norfold,
Virginia.
7- Stmr Orinoco, Fra-ser, New York,
15 carboys and 9 casks rum.
8--Barque Elixa Barss, Hollis, New
York. .
9-bi-Bargue Secunrdi Emuili, Tarldnen,
Doboy. : .
S.-lr Fe.-labil', N,'orri., Norfold, Va.
Kit Carson, Harding.
' .LIST OF PASSENGER ,
ARRIVED.
In the Schooner Meteor, on Thursday la4,
from Turks Islands, Mrs. John N. Jones, 3
children and servant, Mrs. M. A. Treco, Miss
Treco, Miss C.ira il-o I Alice Ti-t ro, Mrs.
Emily Jones, Miss Clarinla June., M.ilt.
J. J. Frith, J. E. Lightbu.iini. PFred. Jones,
Moir Jones, and Captain Will'am Doe.
SAILED.
In the Mail steamer Orinoco, for .New
York, on Thursday las], Mr. R. Sti'ntl.-rs
and Miss Struthers, Mr. Chas. Haye- and
Mrs. Hayes, C II Hayes, Jnr., Edith Hayes,
M A Hayes, J W Hayes Miss Georgie Leay -
raft, MNiss Edith G Wood, Messrs. George
T Williams, E1 M Coffin, C B Keogh :-2nd
CABIN, A B Burch, William H Long, H P
Gilson, James Cotling, Walter Re d--Steer-
age, Michael Haves John Elliot. Thomas
Me Donnell, Frank Hazel, Alfred Gordon.

MEMORANDmA.
The. Sehooner Meteor, Captain Duns-
combe, arrived on Thursday morning
from Turks' Island, in a passage of 9 days,
the first three of which she encountered
rough weather. She brought 17passen-
gers a cargo, chiefly donkeys-26 in num-
ber, 14 having died on the passage.
.'Strange to say, while witnessing them
being landed, we did not hear a b'ray,
which fact may be accounted for as they
were in a rather weak condition, though
some of them were as stubborn as asses.
The. donkeys are for sale by Mr. J. E.
Lightbourn.-" Times and Advocate."


i piu easej mah e ear ay ppca iion o
B. W. WALKER' & CO.,
25 Front Sto t..
Hamilton, Deer 13, 1881.


FOR V, KdL E,
I A COMFORTABLE CARRIAGE,
to Seat Four Persons-suitable
for family or livery work.
Apply at the office of the NLw EaE.
Hamilton Dec. 12th, 1881.


NOTI(;E..

A Market, Wagon,
In Perfect Order,
SWlll le sold to-a Responsible per-
son, pay1able in lMay next,
B. W\,, WALKER & CO.
Hamilton, Deer. 12, 1881. ,


Cook Wanited.

A Good Cook Wanted,
Apply immediately to
Mis. B. E. DICKINSON.
Hamilton,. Dec. 6, 188L--2 3 p


Unclaimed Letters.
Knud Anderson, -,Angusta Bettt, Annie
Bagget, Joseph Besse, Manael Cabral, Jose
F Carolla, Mrs Christopher Cox, Brig
'Dauntless.' B Duggin, Brig "Erne.i' Jaines
Egleson, Mary Ferara, Mrs John Frazer, E
Goderick, George A Goamez, Michael Haves,
Jeronimo Joaquim, Elizabethi Kemp, Mary
Lightbourn, James Lynch, Peter Magnisou,
A Outerbridge, Ann L Richardson, Schr
"R,-becei ", Zaeharialih' Smith. R A Swan,
A K Smith, J,.hn i,..ck, J.,T. M DeSilva,
James D Smith, W M Stephens, Benjamin
Smith, Charlotte Swani, Jane Smith, G A
Scott, Ella Seon, Alemena Trott, Lucy Trottj
Mrs G F Tucker, Joseph Wellman, Mr',
Capt Walker .
Post Office, Hamilton, Dec. 9,1881.


EDUCATIONAL.

If 15 PUPILS
Can be'--ecuiired. ..
Within 10 Days from date,

A SCHOOL
Will be Opened
SJF t r| First,
Guaranteeing a thorough English
Elucatitoin, als6 teaching French,
German, Latin, and Greek.
This SCHOOL, if required, will prepare
its Pupils for any of the American or
Canadian College-..s or Seminaries.
R. MAcDONALD.
Hamilton, Deer. 12tlh, 1881.
li-iNames may be left at the Office of
T. H. PITT, Esqr., or the Residence of
Mrs. BEtNET.'


Just s received,
Per'S. S Orinioco,
Lndi3s 11. Gets Sleive Buttons,.
Gold and Silver.
Ladies and GCits NWECTIES,
Oxford SHIRTS.
Ewk'lish and American
Ladies Peach CORSETS,
White Sheeting, White Suiting,
Fancy Goods,
Cric(.kcting Material, Cobbetq,
ill Cane Handled Bats, Leg Guards,
GLOVES, Seem bally Hats & Caps
groceries, ams,
Shoulders,
Corn-, B-utter,
And a large assortment of other
GOODS.
R. IT. DUERDEX.
Iramilton, December 5, 1881.


To the Children


K INDLY tell your dear Pa and Ma
that SANTA CLAus has arrived at
E. A. Meye's Confection-
ery,
Where he left a (1quantity of Packages for
you and your Fienils, to be deliver-
ed FRBt, after charg|.s paid.
E. A. MEYER,
General A4gyet for Santa Claus,
Christmas Table.
Hamilton, Dec. 5, 1881.-3p.3.

The Cargo of the bright. "T. H. A.'Pitt"
Just Arrived from Corn-
wallis, N.S.,
Selected expressly for this market,
1250 Bils. Choice Garnet Pota-
toes,
500 Bus, Black OATS,-
Bris. Apples,
4000 ft. spruce Lumber,


6 Superior
,: ORA


s T.H. PITT.
Hamilton. Deer. 5,1881.


Reduced Prices!
i TEN's Linen COLLARS at 6-t
.Iji' worth s,
Ditto Pziper COLLARS at 6d. per,
box-worth i Is.,
BOOTS anil S rtso ; ..
Table, K NI"E.4 nid FORKS,
All at R adWcd Prices for Cash.
C. II. RORINSON.
-45 Front Street.
H:ainil'on, Deer. 5, 1881.--lin.


Beem9ova1.'



AS TRemiioved his *DRY GOODS
Store from under the Residence
of THOS. PITT, E4qr., to the Store;
next West of the "ROYAL GAZETTE,"
and thanking the Pullii- for past favors,
solicit-. a oentinuane. of the sanie.
Hamilton, 5th Deer., 1881.-2ins. .


Tea.


Tea. Tea.


m EW Uindcrisigitd Otfers for Sale, 15
.t Clists of Suiie'erior
OOLONG TEA .'
Samples may be seen at R. F. COOPER'S6
Store, limilwun
J. A. STUBBS.
Paget, Deer. 6, 1881.


Received,
fY RECENT.ARRIVALSI FROM"
London and New York.
ADIES JACKETS. ULSTIERS
Dress M ATEII AL HATS
RiIBBON, IUTT'ONS, UM BRELLAS
Mens' Flt I VI'S, :,
A very handsome asso.rtmeni ,,
Christmas, New Ye'ar'and Birth-
dliy CARDS,
And numerous other Good's.

: And a full line of
Choice Groceries
FOR THE SEASON.
ALSO,.


A few Thousand

gTRAVIlITRY PLIfNTS,
O a chOWie V iT'keIy
Parties in need of them will
please immediately apply to
IICOHARD KEMPE.I
Warwick, Nov. 28, 1881.,


S'OTICE.


For &le 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.


Christmas
AND

NEW YEAR'S,


Watches, Clocks,



AND



ALSO,
PIANOS, ORGANS,
and lots of useful articles
Just Received
FROM EUIROPE AND AM ERICA,
Comprising in all the finest stock of
Holiday Goods
Ever offered in Bermuda.
An early call and inspection is respectfully
soliceted by


E. T. CHILD,
Watchmaker & Jeweler.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Deer. 6, 1881.


THE UNDERSIGNED
ILas just ReedveW fronK
NEW YORK,


ExS.
A -A.1S.

FLOUR,
CORN ME
OILMEAL,


BEEF,
LARD.


. 'Orinoco,
BACON,
SHOULDERS.
APPLES,
AL, BUTTER,
CORN, BRAN,


Soused FIGS Feet,
&c,,, &c.
JOHN BARRITT,
Corner of Victoria Street.
and East Broadway.


Hamilton, Deer;. 5, 1881.


Gents Hard and
Soft Felt



Of the latest fashions,

AND
NW -W YOIik.
ALSO,


oo00ts and Shoes,
*&c., &c.
S W. H. WATLINGTON,
Next West'of the RxYAL G)AETTE
Office.
HIamilton, December 5th, 1881.-3 in.


A7


11-1`--WA, q., Mrili


F-51>1








,TI-E Ei e ER./A


- -- -. -= maba


NITOTIrCE.

R1 R. E. C. JACKSON,
BARRISTER AT LA VW,
Visits St. Georges,
PR0'ESSIONALLY,


Every IitcA y
Tempor'ary


MIEE'i's -kAT


Ireland Mm i 4,
EVERY

Saturday 2veaing,
B ~ ~ ~ ~ -

SAti .-. i 1.
s. C. RIDGWAY, TC2 T.
V. J. GODSIFFP W. Secy.




ie n I iider'sigiied is now receiving
'Ex Brigf' Rithsay" from .r
ST.'JOIEN, Tlt.,
ONION Box MATERIAL,
Tomiattu Box MATERLLL
k'h.e Newv ten Slat BOX
$-amett Seed POTATOES, a choice lot
4AILS 5,1-41i & 3d
LATNHES 57 inch
E9 M. Feet W. 1~ LUMBER,
-'a~t of wilch. is planed and matched.
ALSO
'Two large SPARS suitable for lower
. .MASTS,: .
T'he above cargo is offered at lo w
-.* ". : rates.;" '
Parties having 'engaged Potatoes
and, Box iuaterial 'vwil lplea.se receive
a e this week. '
..... WT. JAMES.


.Hamilton Nov. 28,


.42, Front St.
1881. -


-The nidersigned
BEGS TO NOTIFY
The PUBLIC,
'-THAT HE HAS OPENED
,TORE ,
'n Paget Parish, where a select assort-
Sment of
G r o ce r ie s,
S may be obtained.
J. A. STUBBS..
P.S.--Also 30 bags of CHAR-
it. COAL for saIe.
Paget, Nov. 28, 1881.
1- J,, E
NOTICE


1THE UNDERSIGNED
(Worker in Cane)
4s prepared to clean amnd put in order
CANE SEATS
'IN BOTTOMS OF

Ao


e &c, &c"
SAlso Polish the.
0e g ,11intees' to give satisfaction.
S' MANY REFERENCEE'
Address
.,IICHA ID S. SIMONS,
i .Near the Rectory, Paget
Paget, ct. 22,lb881.



Pinm Os Orgians,
C-'1:


Repaired and TiUned
J OHN F. ~LLIAMS.
Warwick, Septr. 26, i.ii 'l .

IN9otice.

The Undersigned offers E:1 Brigt

SIf taken romn the Wharf.
iW. P, Luinber. 1 inch at 5 4 2
pet Tlhoiuiand. '
W Boards, planed on 6 5, 0
boh1 sides grooved and per.
28 tongned M.E .'
W. T. JAMIES ,
42;Front St.
Nov.28, 1881.


and Fi 'y.
Office :


At VIOTpRIA- (late
1'edan) i-louse-upstairs."
Ofice Hours from 10 to 4.
,I fil Ion, 1set No\r., 1881.


Via New York.
Jer S. 8. Orinoco, from
WESTERN VIRGiNIA,
1.'5' .10 7S / "ED ,,

SuitaIlb for Saddle, Carri' e,
Truck mi l Farm.
r ItIESE Horses have been i.:;r,. l
_ i elected for our Trade, '-.1 v.ill
bear particular inspection. '

Also,
A NEW SUPPLY
ZA 3r X .e -, O9>4
: WHIPS, HALrTFES &c.
OUTEI13RIDGE BROS.
Reid St., Hauiilton,
7Nov. 21, 1881.

DELICIOiUS
COFFEE
From ahe Mountains of Juis'a,
Received by
Stea2-ship " FROM WEST INDIES,
A Consignment of this Superior
ARTICLE
Which will be Sold
1'Offl C.SMH,
In Lots to Suit Purchasers.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
S '25 Front Sreet.
Hamilton, Nov. 21, 18881.


CFOR %ILE,
THfE CARGO OF
The Brigt 'Athol Crap,"
Just Arrived from
TE 3 M. x As.11T3 D,,
I urti, uljrl. ,.l,,'i. jot 'r his.
Market:
IBLSk7Best Seed GARNETS,
700 3 500 11Is. assort(4 Table
POTATOES,
2,000 Bus. Black OATS,
80 Bus. Extra White OATS,
100 Ble, Superior HAY,
10,O'00 Fouf and a half feet PAILING S,,
'8- Cords ihard FIRE WOOD, '
-5 Bbl.s New OATMEAL,
10f Yoina" GEESE,
9 IIEIFEE S-incalf,
11 C(l'T'iigc ;t(I Farm 1QpRS S
B W. WALKIRT & ,Cq
Hamiltou; Nov. 20, 1881." :


FRESH A RIA LS
Per s.s. ORINOCO,
CHOICE LOT OF
HAMS BAOON
S IOULDMERS,
Table Butter,
&., &C., &Ce.
11. G. P.ECIIT.
HIamilton, Dec. 5, 1881.



M AN UR E.
WE ARE rREPArEII'D TO RECEIVE
orders tor abwve .MI uire, direct from
CAR STABLES
IN
ewt, York Cil y,
At most. reasonable rates in Bales of 500
and 600 lbs.
Samples at our Stores.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
Aitd Stre Loe, II etCilt.an,


Just Re.ceived

At. tile Lowest Cash prices
TiE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
0) -1 RLS; ('Crn-h. SUGAR .
,.. I) 5(m0 Bags IhlIARCOAL
20 Cords FIRE.WOOD
300 Qrli. lleh s .HAY ,
8000 B1,I CKS.
T. I: PITT,
36, Front Street.
Ilamin on, Septr. S.I7) S1.


oJ iot ice.


THE TUNDERSIGNED
*AVING lately received ord-rs to
H purchase
1XILCH COWS,
Fnmifi great difficallt- and much loss
] losing so.
We have decided tV make a speci:l-
tv of the SALE AND PURCHASE
OF COWS on, Ciminission. Any
person ,-1Ti.u1g to ,t-11 a C(ow will
please cOiifiuiuii.ate, wvith us, giving a
description of the 0Cw, how) many
Calves had, what quiAntity , "milk
given per dy:,, &c, thle price ant. ,
and where sln, can be seen.
Persons \ i.hing to "purchase, can,
by calling at our Office, 25' Frout
Street, have a reliable description of
COWS for'-ale, and the price 0 ea,: h ;
and as we have spacious (inclosied L_.-ts
adjoining, our Stores, Cows will be
quite safe and attended to, should thiby
have to stay in Town over Ight., whien
sent for delivery.
All Sales will be for CAsE on dali-
very.
ei, W. WALKER & Co.-
.Hamtiilton, N,. .21, 1881.

For Sale,
..j ALF Chests Oolong. TEA
J, --very cheap,
Cases Quarter Tins SBRD.IN ES,
Bu::.. As.srted PIPES-I gross,
each,
CasesCard MATCHES, 10 gro
each,
Assorted.JAMS. per 10 dozeti or
more-cheap.
B. E. DICKINSON,.
Front Street, Hamilton.-


L


A fine assortment of


A4NI FIJXTU-PtES

TLe Plublic i, invited to call.
.RED, STREET,

SePitmbmLr 27, 188L A


FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED
Offers for Sale a lot of

Consisting of
BOARDS ,,nd SCANTI ING.'


ALSO,,


4 CHOICE


LOT
L 0


0 Fs.,


ALSO,
Qpe TopPi- AET QN-I
nearly new, .
2 Sets Riding HARNESS, new.
And a small lot of
CANNED GOODS,
c., & '., &c.
Th !l,,,.c-initi,.,.i(l articles will be
Sold CHEAPLY lor Cash.
J. B. TAIL,
East Broadway.
".lmilton. Bermua', Octr. 28, 18&1.


l EALER IN
General Dry Goods,
WEST EBN D,
Uncer the Arches,
Among which will be fo'. d :
-RESS GOODS-very cheap,
D) UNDER SKIRT'S, JACKETS,
ULST'IERS, Wool SHAWLS,
French CORSETS-some large,
PRINT', COTTONS, Neck TIES,
G LOVES, HA, TS. SIL EIAS,
TRIMMINGS, EUN ERCOTI"NG,
J JEWELRY, EMBRO;IDEIY,
FANCY GOODS, &c.,
Gent's Good Ready-made CLOTHINiQ
of ll! sorts,
Dress SHIRTS. Working SHIRTS,
BACEss, Cordigi JACKETS,
SOCKS, COLLA PS,
50 Bis. New Portland CEMENT
at 15s. 6d.,
FISH POTS Fish Pot WIRE,
GLASSWA\V E,
CROCK EltY WARE in great variety,
COBBETT'S BATS, BALLS, STUMPS,
Leg GtARDS, GLOVES.
English STARCH, CAND IES.,
TEAS, Cheap CIGARS, 4s. -1.1. per
lox iip),
Bags RICEC -15s. 6d. per 100 lbs.,
6:. 6d. per 50 lbs. ; 4s. Od. per
"5 lhs.
Fishinm LINES, HOOKS,
K. Oil LAMPS, and a Great Variety of
other GOODS-all a4 Very Low
Prices.
Nov. Ii9 l,, 18 1.

Hair Dressin, g Ell.
I- -'.)
FRED. DA IVIS, fHair DregPer &c.
Formerly of Boston, U.S.,
IN RETURNING THANKS TO 11IS
wumeirons ^stlmYers
For their liberal patronage' dur-
ing the paot year,
WOULD INFORM THEM THAT HE IS
STILL IN HIS8 OLQ PLAGE,
And ai all liiu; ready duAing the dWy
and evening to devote his .
.-,: % ict-- to them',
AND OTHERS
who nnay favor him'with their pat ron:o0e.

Shaviiig and f air.
Cutting
E.-ccuted with neatness qnd dis-
patcl.

A CELEATN TOWEL
FOjp EACH OUSTO iE R.

Outside Orders,
If not from too great a distance,
WILL BE ATTENDED TO.

RAASO RS HONED
At the shortest notice, "
AIJLA,-
In MR. T. H. PITT'S Buildings,
FRONT QTRE I,
HIamilton Bermunda,
Hamilton, Septr., 26,1881.-tf '


Are'.


&0


*Specialities,
LARRABEES

S Choice SlectiLns of
fCa nn e Go,o s-

71hE TAS.



#OF SUPERIOR FLAVOR.


SMOKE iD MEATS!

A o1.4 of soef.l A rti 'les.
.i Tin Fiare,
No t io ns, & C., &c.
ALIUAMENT STREET,
Next to the Melbourn House.
Ilamilitn, S'eptemuber 26,, 1881.


HU NDREDS OT

Dollars!
ARE YEARLY SPENT
In Purehasing

NEW PIANOS,
WhIC'H CAN BE SAVED
By ,ust Making Arrangements
YITI~ THE UNDERSIGNED,
TO HAVE
Your Old Ones Renewed.
He guarantees to refit any Instrument
from the building

CONSULT WITH -HIM AND
Save Your Cash.
HE WILL FORFEIT
The value of any Instrument worth
preparing,
Thai Ite cannot th roughly and


This is no humbug but solid facts.
1M.ANY REFEIENGCE.

Aeaspnable prices given
for second halit Instruments.
Second hand 'instruippents
kept for sale at reasonable prices,
Orguin ettek, Cabinettos,
ORGANITAS, and ORGANINAS,
Of the latest styles imported to order at
prices below competition.
Address
JAMES T. ANDERSON,
f T'ankfield, P.,-"t.
Septr. 26, 1881.

Fresh Arrivals-

J. .. KEE.N'E "
WOULD RESPECTFULLY
Inform the public that he has, and keeps
E 01 8 TANTLY AN1 HRA
AN ASSORTMENT OF EXCELLENT r
-/Sf I? CLE S
For domestic purposes,
Including
COTTONS, LIC0 E
Yankee Notions, etc-
ALSO
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF

Groceries,
of the latest importations.

TI, BETTER AD qPL
S' A Spici:ldity.

PORK BACON. HAMS & FISH
generally kept on hand.
ALSO
CAI{RIAGE WOOD,
FgISHtD and ROUGH, ,
BUl0s 1 gu y AxleG
CLIPS and Cart AXLES,
WAGGON HUBS.

&c. &c.
i -ALSO-


Cheap Groceri.o!.


~JOH B RITT,
DEALER IN
English and American
Fancy GROCERYTKs
AND
PROVIsIONSo
&e., &c.
Choice election
Fancy Biscuits
PANNED: 00ODS,
AND

Of Superior Fl#vor,
CIHOICEE SMOE4D !MEATS,
Just Receive d fsom England.
A .LOT OF
USEFUL ARTICLES
,i Tin, Glass and Stpng
Ware,
&., &C., &c.
corner of Victoria & East Broadtway,
October 21, 188L

John 'P. T. JaclpS.o
OFFERS FOR SALE, 7
In Addition to the Numieroui,s
ARTICLES.
USUALLY FOUND IN A
GROCERY STQRE,
LS Seed POTATOES
KNs SNAIL[,s-, ass)rte. size's
No. 0. PLOUG IIS
BarrI.'l Muiswovailo SUGAR
Piun. Bight MO 1,ASSES '
Bugs CIlAliOpAL
Cases LO 1S'TF1 El B1. MACKEREL
We.t India HO,\ EY ayv \W A'lERi
Aniiosturl'n a P1i;;ERS
Guav4 ,IELLy
ClGAR ,, of various brailds

Agent for tle eienington land
aiindl Treadle
SEWING, MA( H[INIS,
'Thl be-'t in use.
-AIO--
Agent fr soeno of the best Wol ks Pl'lb-
lispd by tKe National 'Puillishinig Coum-
pany P.lil'dt Iphiia.
Vizt":.
fa' Wii Bibles
W ith ove-r 2 0 Illlustitrtin .
The Cml.'wapest aid l best l,,I li b.'h .
--;T--
qRANT'S, f TOUR
4OUtN THE WO!LDv
The National E i-i-'_ilpedia of
Business & Spcial F irns,

cOUR, M.\ TY1.;1>deil 1i1DNT,
C'iit,,!iii ,- the .ihe and I 11' l' 1 S, i'i, viue!
of Genergi JAMES A. G? RFItkliD,
24th 'Prpsident of the U,.ited States.
Together with the 11.;i ory (of His Aasina-
tion, &ce, &c., S^.".n,.s at the Sul.rer.'
II amiltQi, O 'toer 3, 18A1,




HG.e- IRECI-T-
DEALER IN
English and American StIapIl

Fancy (Grocertes
n nd .. ...
4 or agSIo^,




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