The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder

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The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Place of Publication:
Hamilton Bermuda
D.M. Lee
Publication Date:
Three times a week[Jan. 1910-Dec. 1920]
Weekly[ FORMER 1828-<Dec. 28, 1899>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <Apr. 2, 1901>-Dec. 1909]
three times a week


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).

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Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
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Bermuda colonist
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mNo. Z1.-VOla LIT.


24s. per Ann.

lif li (lu, erift~l,~Vu ~ l~a- 39 1882.

I-,f li.. oy0 li AI:, ', I
MR Err,.ir..-A t:w iliv rago I receive' tlhr.,iih
p-t, .n,,th'erp "Y r '-Af the Illustrat-ld Poli., N.w-,
put-lishid i B--rnii.lia. Thinking th.t -,.i.ii '..1
v-Iuri' I, der- mi'hlit like to hf -.,m ..f it t i ,k- -,
i',r it i-I full of hm un,,' --uthin'_' -rimain l. It
tcoin,-ui:-, by .howin.- fhi .- ra'.t-,- thr:e.- :it nI -t.l:.- Boat-i-aniu tm.. rainn:. Th,.,T-
B...1 ts repre-..rut thl ilifti--ieut N~-\\p.i,.'r-I ,n thei- 1 -
l.n.l. A nutn i- seeni liolilini- ,..nIt a -i-Lin t,:i ,l off
the bl,.ti when p-pSing, with thfe v.-r.'l ** k.-ep ,:,l
Ilit. hk I -ir',.''" oin it it's t' h.t -I-I ne t t ..lnr
N eNw- i;i[,11rB hbII.,i- I 1 -,ILt..." excitin,,' ra o- ....f l.t,:,
in.l one- .,f tle' Y;cit-lut' atr na t', g'ritef l'y i.,'im-
iu too n.Iearthe lee shoure.'.
It tbh-.u .-l.iws I Our Pie'-.1l.-' Stcal.inr" ,'na-iu.r
Ip tlie North Si.hl, ,.lu tih. prtiv..t.:- iiuaIl ..f -"W i.
G." is ',:,u driving uat Mount La.,tuon.
ITu aiotlb..l 1..,it 1a l.II, iu ni.'u 'eleAl'r, in :i very-
ex.-it-dI state, and ju'i t i.tfi.iiA: liu ii Shlw U ,-.-rail
hbittlcs aiiirk, d u:tiin -.-da %it, wit] iz-, lh;.-, aul
aan-, flvini fhcr,--ly aw.,i', inili:..ting w,- ari di-ne
deali'w with vIon, wvhilst h, expr-e-,s thi- wilh th:,t
h,. hud a little "f t'-h salt." Buentth thi, i-. a full-
Aize ,,,ttl' tl-..miaIrkd "Ouii.,u w '.l," with ey<:-, u.:i :.-
aiml ,.mounth. uttering' the wurd,". "Tlhank I,. iv,-
we at l:-at t in the li,.ht hanl-." This i..ttli- is
fir l'y Ih-,i.l '-y j hand, with W P C." .utli. wrist
, th ,.- (.,.t.
Tlitn 1mrues th.: F.riner-' C'lnb-, vexhil-itinia-a
v-r firtn,. of men, having a 'sollior-lihk: ip,.ir.-
.ini,_' itlh Ia Lisit-'lie tfl:i'., thin'm en nih arrhif tii I lv,:
in .1 iow, arm.-dl v ith spiadr.. fork- and .:.tlth..r mpri-
,-ultur:il _nir',l-nientr-, re-a.vy f,' r r tiou. The ir
Ca. ptain 1-.liu'_..- .. tee, with ; r f..rk .- h li... ti,.tin '
" t.-, the frn'it lbov'," auil full' w'..,Il Iy a Iai n'l
..'f \lu.i This, I fpres-umi. is intendl'-iit'."r'- L'.--ut
the- Cluhs inarclhiny up Fr,,nt sntrri-t t. .wiil, titl I
1V'<-t e:il nf i hi-e Tvwn, wher- is n fi.rt with tla0i-e
fiel.1 ,ii.lpte p.>iutingl, down l street, tht :-llunl.-t-.,
pr" alro lIa'.- dal:l-rs," poiuini i hi'' l .. gnui to.,< th,- E
Clubs. To th,- right ot'th.'F.'rt, whiu:l i- pr,.,t..':t,: 1
bv h-.Tirrel iof pioanlur, i.- eriu :mutbh-r bran:lih .*.f th1e
Cl(uih, abl.ii armed with f.rkw-, hoeli.. .., with .1
Lba.inuir with t',. word.l -Bl...k B.l1 lin.."
"D..-larati.iu iof Iudependenee. Farmer'rs d.:. lie
the-ir ind-pendl n.-.. R'lilt- in war." Bl...k B.ll
liun:- i',,.. '. a ,. "'* i't.--Nt w troub-l',
Bent,.tth th,. i Fi riiIer.' Clubs are these rhlyn.
-Just I.f,.,re the Battla. Me-rehaut,
I wa-, thinlingi ln,.-.t ofut yOu .
While up.:.n the li-Il ,:of .:iui:uns
With your liberuAl priet in vi.;:w.
F'aewell M:-rehhout you nnv tit-ver, iiev.r,'
Press nim t.. youLr hiart aai,ain,
But you will not fur_.-.t imeA M.ri.nhat,
It I :a iinutibra-ei m'ith thi.- ,-laii.
ThenIi foll,:w tOhe fMl'-r..ItLIt'- war sU'-" :
Trainp, Tramp, Tr.mun .. thJ l.,:,y :.v,'i unaihingirt
(_'heer up c(iiorade '-anl I .,'y,
Fr b,-neattlh the pli. l i. ig,
W\e -hall bre:athith,.: th, ir i:',,,it
Of Oionus inla our iwn land.
Thu ailepears W'. 0. G-.," g-ivin' .: I-, t-ur,.-t. the
people, ; he says, L,,li'a :-iud G(entlemiUn. T ilil -,ut
expect t:i see o many here thi ev'niill', c.ler. ially
L.idie-, I didl not expect to muet : however, I ani
gladi t'. set, you as I am a ladio's man miy.-elt.. al.
though I have made up my mind to remain ingle
all my life, unless we succeed in the People' stt. am-
er; but I doi not wish to put bad t,,tions iu thI la-
dies hc-ad-. The subjijot of iayditseours,- this irvw tin t
is the Ptople's Steamer, &Ac., & .., u'. Att,-r :a
lengthy, and vc-ry suitable diUtinorus, our friend
W.O.G., fhii-hb-d with a ong. requi-sting that tht.
a'di-u.:e would joiu in.
If antvy of you farmuirs want to.. -tt aloua t
I will tell you what to do,
Why huy a i.haie in the People's St.-uiier,
And swing your long tail blue.
Cuoaus.-Swin' your long tail blue, my dear.'
Swing your long tail blue.
If nay of you MirM haut' wiot ,in d.P the .intie,
I will tell you wl.t tio do,
WLhv iituy a -h:ire in the P.-:iple'% Sto uier..
Aud awiing y,,ur long tail blue.
And if our Pur-ple's steamer -'isuceeds,
I will tell you what she'll do :
Why ill the mnerchnuts iu ourtown,
Will havo to go f:irming tou,
And swing their tail blue.
So if ;auy you younv ladies
Wi*, to get married,
I tell you what to do :
Why mainrry the man that's got a l:.. ,_
In the- People's true,
And swing your long tail blue.
Then comes a large steamer "with a fi-tare head ofi
a cow, b-emingly feedingat the Agentsottice. where
a flau- of W.O.G.., is flying. This teamer iB nameu-d
the "- City of Humiltou," underneath are the wordI
A. T ed %- A re..1 -- t1 -a.."1 ._ a.r ... ".

1fTi Maj.r Traill. allii1. to i te fllonwin
,.rt ile., n.iow dioin-" diuty .-. a Sti)peuiili.i-Y, M i'ai- i
ta.t'.- in hi-l.,,l, i- atIll-ku',wu to T ifny ,'.f our
ti il'. i' 1, la:tvia .r -. r 1 -.I i witli l,.I R, .i':'in-t., thi-
I'.'th. .,,rnl two .,r thr,_,: y,;.ari lU h s-', Ie'lh n,. ] -.
Major Traill, R.M., iu a letter to the Dublin E, -
;,,. -, endeiavouis to allay the p.mii' whi.h hais b.enu
exr-ited by recent murdirs, and to p..hint out hliow
p r-ns c'.xp',-,sed to. daLinger should be prutel,-.hl.
He- dliride- thL. objectives" into two ,.alasse-i, l.'-e4
and sm'nril. In the former are ii,:-lut'i-'l m.rai-i-
trati, l.1iiilloi-ds, agent.:. and suth rf the g.nnlry a.,
h ,ie froutm any (.aui-e b:c-'onit obn-,aiou-'. in the
latter ait the tnLiaut fnrner- or pe.-;iantry who.
fi'ia payii,,r i-nt or any 'a.uizte, l iu'..- b:eooime ol.-
ji..titeCS." Thelarge :la.s'e 4s mu,r bei defei-ld by po-
li,: naol military : tlhe small cla-. .n 'defend theirn-
',-Irc-'. t 11 lun: ini to tlit former i l.l -' laii, n'i -ltf, Ie
'1,'.,phii: 'lly i '-i.:-tiihd the pir t nitious whi.-h ho.
ttl;-a Th,:'y xlhibit -a r-u ious lpiture,: of lift'-. He1
-a -t- :-' M ly 'I.aIl con-iat-i :.f ft,'nr p,-ilii.:eem-u,. di-
vieled d:iily 0 tiio fli: t ll ,:,:.o l e::oart aul outer'
anil inuer .tuard. The? first and secondd -escortti c-
omruply me wherever I g'o; one armed with a
Wiuihliester ifle, carrying twelve ronuIi- rf-a-ly tto
bie fired, aid fif'tcen -xtra round-; in pOu'Ii : tli-e
othia-r arnied wilh i diuhl-lea-rrelleid gun lI.adedi
with lica-kshOt, Ianid a igh-t ,.xtrai r,,ouind4. I i.arry a
revolver and .-i spuie ,o riond, anud my groom ear-
ries a ir-olrer and five sIp.-e rac'n]-,; s-' ti -t I
ntver mr,,e abiit with less thtin 5_'-,.) atiidve--
it-aly to lbe tired iu n-i mnnv iePon'.m au,1 *A e.rit-
aiilges in ie'erve, which I geutera-lly take a
revolver and .'.1 roads for .ale to any v.rood m.a
whlo wishes to be able to Ilefr-u hims,.Ilf. As I
drive- .lonl_,.,'y -u-picilusi wood or stone wall o.,
ban.k that night Ihatbouir an assa;nsiu is reccnnoit,-r-
cil by mn1 e-i-ait, whi'i -,o into a wool, &e., at full
rne to c-hI. k the- peet of my hore:-', a.nd as I ap-
poi',. h ilty own, li-.i-oi my cs-art. leave iny trap, aud
li fore I can drive down my avenue every planta-
tion hifas r!-,.n thor.i:.u'hly eari:hied, and at full
p'l,:t-d, the nteu working., when nece.-ssary, t,., :anuy
whistle i-all. Thl- e-'ort take all night patrol from
ten p.m. till dluyli.hit, ly in ambush au. searr-h-
ing for explosivei with a reirierer and a thorougih-
bi,-d bulldog. The outer guard goes out with mny
wife or children or carriage : the inner gamad re-
ni.iin at hime and about the prefni-cs. All d-ily
dutie-'and paitiol,- from ,aiybre:ak till teu p.nm are
taken by the -tuard: ill e-, duti..- .au me, un.
rji.-it tinli i.m uiiieI p.m till daylig-ht lext ,:iL y,
at.,e takr.n !,y the esc,'it. No onee c r.- ir. 'ar ii.y
plic.- wiiti uit ..;:in. im, t by a p lh.,-:niu i, wl.o' ,--
mains with him and sees him off the premises wbhin
Ii- 11 uty i-4 r-.irnpl-r.- l. M v p.,li-,'-e l C.. .I, 1i,-- I
ti -t :;t'] .lii-_" I.-for e me iany '-nu t.und urnia W'-
fully ,in 1'-y rt ny pr'eini,-e not Ib,:-luginig t th.
St li -Jui.-ut. At no tUiit.jiTit of the 24 hotir*.
w ;kiuin or -IeI-pin_', Catintr aor dtiukiug, i-a i re
'olver out ,af re._'li of niy liaiil, and nly witi- hii
hi, r revolvor, and knows how to uie it.'" Hi-- las
1.--n ofren th,'e.,tencd tend warned that his as.Hasin-
atiirn waa' not only decided upon, but actually paid
for. In December last he was informed that on a
certain Sunday he was to be shot on his way from
church,. and 1l men had lain in wait for the pur-
poe ; but he says, "Of course I did not go ; and
.- I liite no intertiun of being shot, I leave uo-
thliinu to-. chance. Pabli'ly'and privately, openly
and siretly, it home and abroad, I defy them and
ill their org.nizitiou anu bring to bear on me to
break my organisation or to hurt one hair of my
hli:,d." He divides the perpetrators of outriage into
three clansis--fadiatics, hited assassius, and thoiso
oun whom the duty fall under their own organisa-
tion, either by lot or detail, their own death being
the pf-tu:lty for dis-oledience to their own Icodte.
The Irih lfnuatie, un'ike the ludian, will not face
Ile-ith, nor,' ,-Iet the h.nue of it. The hired aa--a--
sin is trying to earu money, and iisks. his life to- get
it, but ho is open to a higher price and will give in-
foiniaution if lie cau f el a.oured that ,e will not be
publicly brought forward a a witnea-. The tool
is entitled to some considetatiou. Having bi:-eoire
a meniber of a secret orgianisatiou, unwittingly it.
may be. hlie cannot di..soci tet himself from it, bait
mu.t obey its mandate under penalty of hi lif'.-.
He will also give infortmatiou oven without 1eiuc-i.
ii id for it, so long as it is uot likely to be known
tiat he i.l so). Let certain death, tltii," observes
7 Ijor Ti aill. be the method of defence pret[,,r.'.l
by all ol.bjective&' for either the fan:atic, the hired
ns-..tsin, oCr the tool who may attempt to take their
life of his, ueighbout. The man who attempts my
life an' live', to be tried by a jury is entitled to
their m.-reiful consideration as a brave man. The
letter is written from Claremorris.

Summer Goods
i 4-

S\V. U,0. O's. dream ;an arrival of our Pe-oPji-.N At
Steimers, our people'at last own their owu "' uk-l E B. J N ,
Cow.,9 E. B. J 0 -10 L NES
Dear MUr. Lee, itf your readeri- will reter to
some of your G,,:cfbe, say thosic of Dea'ntmber ltlh, Comme' Of Queen6 alld Reid Strceig
I1a, n,1 F,-bruary 7th. IS2,. they will there ,-. N.> i 1-'l 1 V IN a fro i1 L<,N )I N
what this Cow represent-. It i the present linu-o f Via NE YORK,
Steamers that ar.: '.all,..dmil.h cows., ud our peo,,plr rT -Il T EoVictoria LA\WN Do St ril-d
having to fed ithem, while the strangers t.ud by N MU :,LI N o CAiV BI I CS
to mnilk thltii, and our people are not willing t...
stand it any longer. 'I e ant,i Gels IIl.ERt', &c.
Then again W. 0. G. appe.i-s in a Diviu-r Drest-, A-LSO,
Lyinju a Cble 1.etween N.w York i aClts and [Bovl's WhitC and Colored
f .I . 1 .. A r 1

tmd tl ermnuda, slowing i le rifel ie from ri :,;,'
Oftice. A telegraph is sail t.. have been received I
from W. O. G. informing' as that while therc he
ftus a l:a ge number of pI.pli oft of lott':'m, as-
..-11Am oh 1imuol{

Albert Young who threate-ued the life of Qu-enu
Vic-toria, has been conuriitt,-d for trial.
Mr. Tenbrock's four year old l MnLUt.,r- wou th
Welter Hrandi:ap Plat- :it tlie Kmniptun Park Meet-
ing, Loud:,on.
The Yaiht May/gj t, of tifteeU tous ,urthlu, was
to be forwarded to Bost.i. fri'.i Live'rp,.l t1y th,
Warren line Steamer, wla:hi \i to l,-.t\.' y-t' .-rd: y.
She is coan.-i.aMrd to 1-. i -iriert, r ,.,ai thlat theh
GCe)rgt Otto Trevelyau, E-,mr., Se,..r-t.airy to the
Admiralty, ha.s been appAoit-d t-hief Se,.retary f:.r
Irelautl in isuccen.-iou to tIe mutrderei L'.-'r.l Fr'ler-.
ick C:t'- Dlishl. Mr. Tr'evelyau is thn.- i,:.and liii
of Sir' Ch:ti..-e Edward Trevelyau, Dart., K.C.B.,
ex-Gi..\..ruor of MaTr.l.a-. Hii va;., ,t matter
of Lord Mcaauley. II.e is44 ye;r* of :age


E te t ta i nm ciut.

!-'-HE (9101R, is.'isted. by a fow;
n tiends, of tbc e.Atthodiit Chiuu'h will
Olive ani Entertainment in

The 0lh inst~tn t.
Door-, At' 7 -31) 1)111i. Exu'Cige t) Wini-
Priui.'s Of A,.iiuhesioni--Iiiseirv' Seats I "t3,
Back Sea ts I'Gallery 13ld.
A IlI InI'o the Hall may bt- st.einaiv'l Tick-ets
tobtahi.uuit' the Stonui of A. R. Thomnpson, Eq.
Much yohins haw- brien takcei to make this
Eiitei taitlimnt a sueoees.
i-Luoilt'ii, Mfay 14. l2-

-Not ice.

Ihle H~ouseholduiof1 Hthti, No. 6 1
(-rand United Order of Odd-Fellows,
hitend haiiW
A Pron-enade Concert,
Iii the Baseilumi-it of the Odd-Fellow:s' Hall,
I laaailtou, on the Eyeiulings of
214th & 25th inst.
Doors open ia h evencing at 7`0. Coiiert
coOijimpefl at tS.1
A'loiission tMu. Cluildren 111li price.
N.B.-'r10 AI.-xnlu iinn i Baud will lie in at-,
tenidanue cttvh ever~iiug.

M.E. (2. JC~N
W17ill 1 ue Absent from Bet'iim r]
I~o 'rrI-er Iera d of 'ITit, j

.Just Rek6eivedI,

H '1'" F. UINKS 4 SATC.EL-*4

TEA tfindl (OFFEAE at Wholes~ale;
atid Retiail
Noui-L xpludv~e 01 L SCC)V '.ES & Xi I tHK
-1ll Cheap ('r taga~ut Ilit? Ne v Store,
5. 7 Lid v Church Street WL-5r, OposiIt-e ale-

HW-IMnrltun. \l a v 8, 18-4'. -3

Bseiintida lee,
M\tade from lPurl? R~ain VWater.

Caaij li e d ii: d idur all eircum'ast.,mepcs %wit u'ut the


! Merchandise Brokeri and Malnufac
turers' Agent,
125 Chambers Street,
P. O. Box 2726..
r-- Special attention paid to
Bermuda Ship:imelnts.
Now York, Marc-h 22nd, 1882.-tf

James A. Judge
Tliol.taale CoumM, sinm .]frchant,
I ?":177"iT a & %T"M.G M7A :,,:-;
-iW aud -8 Broail Ave., Wa,hi.gtolun market.

i'Hl1E UNDERSIGNED will re-I

. present si usual theo above well known
fir and will be ai a.1 time- ready to receive
and lin ward any Produce, which may tbe sent to
iis'care. Prompt Sales and quick returns gua-
raniti ed.
Highest markett rates will be obtained.
Office at Stowe of C P. Conyerr.
Hamikon, Mlarch 21, i 82.-,-, months.
(.4.0 to the Emporium for Mcu'e's Clothing.


Fie Property of Colonel MlcKENzIE, I. IRi-
fles, retiring from the Army,

Bay Gelding,
Bred in Ireland-15-3 high, )eais old, quiet
with Troops-good in either single or double
Slar ess.
Articles of Military and other SAD.
DLiE lY,
For Price, &c., apply to
R. .. Rifldes-2Ae Mess-Prspe.ut

Alay 16, 1882.-tf.

AT the Annual generall Meeting of the BEa-
ETY an amendment of Rulh 14 was carried to
the effect that.iroam aud ft.-r the 30th d(uy of
Jane net.' the entrance fee payable by a Mem-
ber on election shall be regulated by his age
at tLe time as follows:-
If under 31) years of age, eight shillings.
Between ;i & 35 twelve
3.5 & -10 sixteen "
40 & -15 twenty "
1 J. KA .

Persons desirous of SH I PPING -~~~& twenty-four"
I Persons intending to join the Society arn
PRODUCE advised to make application for membership
Through \V. H. PENI'3SIO'1 to the well- without delay.
kuowu Firm of IIEssn. HENRY LOCKWARD

.D nscom 'b & FI ith, Ha-ilton, May l:,S8. y
NEW YORK. Ti-E Emporium is clearing its stock of
\Vill have every lucidity offirle. thra t, do .o0 Shiawls and Blankets (DOsitive at (sit)

on applymi to
-Ili S TilnL re t,
'-! ,Iin t it ,
AIrI I j- l.'2.---t.

l'ottie drinkers -h.4oldl read the advertis'emeut in, r olit t _am l d h '.ia ,,i / r',:'," i

0o AIl UDA. P ti 0 !. UCVE.

U':E Urudersigned wil Igive his i.rsi.:-,al at-
tentioi to thie forw idiug tof B hii'IlUa
PR Ic )[Tt 'i-: to the cousi,;!matout of
J3es.srs. John & Co.
NE ,'. VOlK, duribig tthe present eason.
The highest tmarlkei rate- are ot aited, .-nd ;ic-
eaount salsi- reuirnerd promptly by bv this wt-
knotin and relijiale i'iiin.
rianilton, Bid;i., April, 16S2.-5

R. E. COCHRAN & Co.,
96 Park Place, New York.
Poirons wishing to Ship


most cadss a-tfe.-t the system ir t. r samu mian- ,To a reliable d strictly Commission House
ir i, a ehu-lin ii, drinking. wator. can do so by applying to the Undersigned,
The sutl)s5b i'l-r is now prprrud ti furnish lee iwho will reuder aiy a-sistanoo needed,
at lepol., liiiAb'y S'tet, Ifr.,it 6 a.mI. daily, Promplt sales and remittances made.
,i,,d delivered in liajilton and Vicainity floa0 8 W. A LLEN.
a.m, to 12 o'clock-Sundnai excepted. n ,, A.... I o...
I Hamilton. A,..i w il L

Price. Illt' IPeuny per pound.
'This being a- horn industry I respectfully ask
a co-ntinitta 'e oa the Pablic p.aI ronage.
Hamilton, ALy 15, 1862.

W i n ed,

First and Seconds; fair size mixed.
ff? -Barrels Returned.
Apply to
Mayv I. 18s2. 42 Front St.

THE Emporium has in stock upwards of
.5,000 i arments.

i titerbridge Bros.,
I?eid Street, Hamilton,
WVill atend ta, the f. r-ard in? s.f j l-:i. i \
I PIODU '.' dining h-i Er,.uin:. ,Sck-i,,i Lo the
following well-known h.,iise: --
GEO. \V. -PI NCER & CO., 187 Rua'.e St.,
New York.
\VAR'.Aei & MERRITT, 52 \V.
Avenue, Philadelphia.
STENGCIL PI.l 'ES and all fitrthitr infor-
mation furnished on application.
April 18, 1882.-tf

Straw HATS. The Emporium, {
AND, 4 rteI
PERFUMERY, SOAPS,&c., &e. 47 Front Street, ICE COMPANY
always on ha.nd. Are ,Manufactu'e"r's Agents, and supply the Beg to ifotra the Public of Bermiuda that they
',iiltu,:,, .tpril '4 ..i"2.public at I.ONDaN PRIcES in Beru, Itavejoat received at the NEINV ItkE HOU ,E,
'- -y. trd__ngEaSsYtteu of Tadig odway,
t I!J )THN Al.\ MTcNEILL O All t-ransaeotioms are forG 5SH, either before 586 tons of N tura
JI t-Iuia or on delivery ; the lowest prices being charged
if you eant a Good itti,,'g i. t for each arti:-le, anmd 5 per cent. discount al-
L ,'l ri n 6..-: and I4 tF r.nt itr t. l on all puri ellchases of 10,' and upwards.
I N -Nl.M-. i, J. H. R. & Co. have much pleasure in an-
SmN e1. tNEiLL & t., !h.e l'" ,e.l n,,incing that they -re now in po-ition to offer I It' First Qualaty, and are now prepared to fur-
lthe 'ecrvic a of a Fir.t (la, Ctit- r .-. ainl giv- to thePublicof Bernmida bett..r valino aish ICE daily to Customers in hlamilton and
I 'ilm .-t- and, tj,, I'rrmt .trect. than in tanyprevious year. a:s they are Mtant- \icinity.
N N i ';'..:.-- CO tt..I' faetur',:-r's Agents anud only sell on Cbommission. JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
J .N ... N li.. .. ( ., i ito I,- -,.- Custouers wh.. have ebr-n pleased with th- Agents.
lice to i l, ;,n it xininie thei, L:r-, e Goods they- hive bought from the EMPORIu.'M. Hamilton, April 8, 18.'-*-3m
I i1eit of I'ne Suitiis anid i'alnts trillL- will greatly oblige by faivouint' us with their
ia :lhl (16. 'i -"in Sirr-et. eComl.:iendatiotii amwo.gst their friends. O to the Emporium for Youths' Clothing.
liamilton, Novr. 28, 188 lI-tf Hamilton, ApilA 16, lId62.-2ms.

rather than carry them through the summer.

A .L t 'alties IND'.,r.) ito Estate. ,,f the
SLatie FI EDER:ICK P I'4'PIN, ibe-
c e m l, .ire het.eby r.-q.-nust d ,o -et i,. in-ir ra.-
Sp.-iLive ,cr unus ,n or bef, re th. .5th pa,..xim
after which d&ae all Acc4l.nims ,no1t IPI.,- ."i., l
ppri ed iua I ,2:,1 handle for .in.
!lnihlo,, ,.n ,5, 18 :..

IF Ti 'I DI .'-OIAI .', ,.f i. Irmw
of JO \1' BS & 1.1UG1, b, ithe death of William
Croil Jonen, :aud iat tht, ouiness w.lI be car-
ried on lby the surTivinig par..oer, '.eurge I'.
Lounh,, il co)inectiron with L',uis A. Van V,:-
Luondr, under uhe firm unae of
vTie naimeof the 1,te Firm will only be used
I by the surviving partner for the purposes of li.
q uidation.
52 Exchange Place,
New York, May 1 I, 1882.-4

Mesars. 3. Emilius Outerbridge
4. Co.,
Agi nts for the Qubhee t ,am.ihip Company,
No. 51, Broadway, New
I month.
T' lE '-'mporium is known to be the Cheapest
place in Hauilton for Clothing.

Lime! Lime 1! Lime !!!

1'IME burnt with Cedar Wood
,tid Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this Town from one bushel to 25 at 9d.;
lor all orders over 25, speciai arrangements can
be mde.
Onii pp'ication at "loyal G.zette" Office.
Ilamiltou, May 15,th, I-8 ".
Qi Arrangpmentasor delivery to any part
of the Island can almo be made.

SIn Cedar Avenue.
P *-Sdassion given on Ist July next.

For fmlth'r partiuinlars appvl o
ilamilton, May 15, 1882.-3

William James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Queen -ireet,
I'r)n pi attention given to cone. nime au.

I'=Auctiou Wednesdays and Fridays.



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WF,[EKL L ei IT OP ", a t" NEW G'OVERNOR FOR BERMUDA. t -;,. ,,- ,.. th-. ,.l..t. wl a,. I- Lo ON. May .-Te P.-lie do1 not live
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.M1I\ | lh_;. t ,., thi .Ein,.l !, .[1 ,,,,. -.-.-.....----- ---- i! con>.itte,:. TI.- .* ,ei r. latin, to public
1,.i a i". 2 : -. ~Lt.-i.-,-n,:r. Th...i,.. Li,-u.-. 1 ,l..1m _i.,I ,-r v- th. ARRIVI'AL '-F TH : R,,YAL ?fAIL STEAMER ue,'tint.. allid untw'p)Itper \Nill prb,,hably be greatly
1 41.-1 b V II.I t -e ... p.. z d..i ...r ti '..l... A ." iii T er i ul deal of dis atisfaction a.
Noon 2 th .-N -:..l Ea .- Li. itlu. lt. M:.., 1.*. T P I. R M. _.t ', C-ptjiu hl..w, t.,,,,, i'outi tli., Ho iis, Rulers with the Kilmaiuham com-
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Mry 16--S. S. Vi-dette, Fuil-r, N.w Y,,' k ; X ,rt-
t-d i-',., f, .S '5. I n thi,,i. _
22--"Mi4 St_'diiieit Ori'r'. F.rt .s,:r, N,.%w Y..rk ;
Sf.LihB anl ...- ldcir-t.:,.-A'.enut's, & Cx.
Bi:.,t.T. H. A. Pitt, Nl..,oli., K..w York: ae-orte,
,--ro to. T. H. Pitt.
MIy 15-S. S. De,s'on-, Sinith. N. -ew York ; '2, 7.',
bl-,. pottotu ., 11,SIS1 buxs uui...-,, 3,';..,1 .,ux. ,
and 7 cra.ti.s'-t': and l,.,, 1.;l.. alh.. h..l.
17-Mail Ste-ami,r Flamul..,iuuh, WhitlNtii'-.t, N.'v
York ; 1,I02. 1 .1-. anull ,. U -, x.. l:t t.:. 1, 1 ,:'.
boxes u ouio -t,412 lr e:, ,474',l i l t.1.i tu. l .t-
toes, '21 btxet: bets.
20-Br1it. Exictsior, bSi ay.".r, N'ew Y.,trk; :,'i
boxed Oi ionj .
Mavy 20-R. M. Ste.amer' Bota., S.hw, Hdilif.x;
fails aud. a-.,:.rto-d catigo.-Ag:.rnt, J. M. H.y-
May 20-R. M. Steaer' B,:.ta, Shaw, J.aii..ut-
Mailts and a C-ortt-ed''i.

In the Mail Steanier O, ..rui on Siid.lay last frl'om
N-,.r Yrik :-Mrs. A. H.l,..l.u, Dr. .1. W. iH.J.--
d.n,- Mr. and Mrs-. F. Ia':,'t, 'Capt iu Ni.-,iiii.--
2nid Ctlb, F. II. Frith, He.u-iv'tta Lawrenue., Mi.!-
P. Smith, and , in tlhe St-'t',hrage.
In T. I. 1. P,:tt : Miss Hullis.
In the R. M. S. Bea., on S.iturdahy Liat frum Hali-
fax :
Fut, Breti,'.a: Mis Mc'K,-an, Mr. Alexander Ste-
phb> n, Mr J. j*. P. Kuidlht..
1.,-i J.,iair,...--Mr. Crei'ht...a :iud S,,u.
In the Mail Sti-anietm Flah'',i,.,'i.h ir Sat,.irdi-.
f,.lr New Y.ork :-RIvl. C. B.' U'l-Illy, Mr. .aid
Mrs.' U. C. HI-.-t, Mis.- Baru-ey, Me.r-,... -. Sn.m-
d,-ll, W F. StAirr, tud T. 1. H u-l ,!.-.--:', _. / ", *, ,
Mrs. Fitzmauli. I'e anl tWO 1 :hil.h'l-i, lG. F Dulf..iil,
X(. V. TI+'eu, Ert-.t Li'hlit..iuru, and Wilbh.~i
G ill:-.rt.
, I.,ila (',,Ir/el', iu -.uti, 0ted in i:nr lat :r. 1., i 4
up at for Bermun(da, w..s t.' I,-:v- ..Li t..-
:thli i .-)t'tL t.
B ri., /r,.' '1,.% ',, 5-'1 1. d y tioo- LI :r,-t i...,. .
w ith ,... ls f..r ,T. .ri'u .,. u .LL't ,i.-.l ,,t l- I ut it...u
last evening.
Pilkt. S.',-tt report Lh i -i 1 -p'k,-u '.it II..i. V t
E nd <-.f th,.l I- l:,u ls y ,- .t sy, th.: 1 r' i.-t Ii,. ....
tfromi Cw Bay, touIir, to Cl., .all v, il.-J.,.-ir'. l
to l.,e ru-iort,'-l.
ThelIre wI -1 pi'k,.-'il up olv the l t iLut., lr..ll
W et.-.k Hill, S,.n..i 1-.' l.y 'i r. E iv in J', D..v. -
I|u-,', a tdl.,p-, ,.lnartf'vi e' ,.L.ird, Lil 4 l,-,.t it i: .4i,-ttt.
p dit,.-, dsi'k l.lne % l tl.,-_ \ U,',t "" L ili i -.l o ...-
h1 tt'rs p iut id tl i-reot. r, 1 r:. ,. -, it ,1 -t
havn' L.-'u in i t -L water a t .n.iVi'r.ilt l- tiiuL .iS .-ou
Tery 1.Lige bnlar'j:lh.- ild tihrniti.l ti, it.
I1_ MAILS pe-r H. M. S. Flaniia.'.." tu t,:-
Luited Kingdu ii andi D.uImniniou f C.'.in.Id., will
ci.,-,e ait thl Po.I t Ottf -, H : uilt...u, t..-i,.t..ii..,.,
W.,elue',,ay, 2ith iuntant, at :j p.m..

H .M .S..Vt, ,.,.y a,, 1...'., tL arin .- thi Fli-.. t V i., Sir F. L, ,...JlS M.:(:'lint,,, .k, Kt., F..;.S.,
l.-ft ou'a I'ty '-t t:,l.r liftJ iX.
The gIllant. A hli, iral wi ,- a .. ii. u'il.- 11y L.,iI
M.C'Liutot.k l:,l ,f.inily aId Mi"-< Dunl.,lp.
The U.errn:m Ship o.'f Wa;r L.ii. Captaia Steiit
pcl, fr,..m N i-rfolk, Vit., arrivedd .,t Gris-v B. i, it
S1.1u y niau 'rn iuLc l.tst. SL,.:' vfill l,.. ii .. fti lw dt\ i.
fur HUilif ix, N.S,
Mr. Pitt, ' of tl-i Steai,.r ,t.'.-! will
plen-te accept our thanks ti'r tile.- f I. l.ite Nw-- Yo''.ok
j..(ip'-,r s.

i ." Pr u.i.'s M t,-,.ly at ,.-.h,-ii'..'
I--ll f..r th.: ui'rl' e at >i..l u.-ii tihe a' i i- ilty
of u. pttiu u. a c '':.iNlp: y t',., .url'..h I- o. .' ,t i i
our New t.'i tr'lc .-lh.'.- L- t adv-. rt.ibt. it-t t.]
trg\- Mutii,:.d ,l nl Litir '.tiy Eutnrt iiintiir .it 1:-
i I,,L i.u i.' H ,-l 1 1 1i, iltUL t,,-i,,.n r.,v,. ,\' .. ,...l ,..
1E v\, .', th,. 24itli 1--t lu- t. T i. .. r, t.., 1- .,I-t ,iu' ,l
at M r. A. 1 T17.., Ap-[.L .'- ii .t i it itt ui
l1 t -'".;. 1'f th l -. : lt :.]

Ig .. PIO .:NA..JL C lN:,,.:.r at O.j-lt-h..v.'. iI .iil,
H .uninitlt.n, ', iit.-]lt'j,'. V d -d ..- XiW nie y a 't.'h, -
di\v E cv..ti -. s,, -tih ,iuld ini'ut.
P 'r1 ,'i t-'r.ruit .i r1', l.", e in tie Ne Y1:: ki
SMiik-t, Mty l', ..
lit',, pt-! b............ -".-
I-lt. ,,,.- r l1 '......... I.

Otj the sl.'.iuler liii uie,!. IiI arrivr-l y. tel.!'-y
the- E iiti.'t lily ,,t" P..f i1i .'1 l:t, ',n but.inui,"'.lly a-.
t' ti. i f b i A iti .F "
,,..u f'Iu ly, ,.'w i' ,, <. I ,Stty hi,.,:.. ,n. it"
ih l' stulk r.,,.k th, it.i..t h, hr.,.i, utl tn J
exsbiliti..,u i' 'thunil'y.i n the .3rd..iu:t. Tih l p t ti'
ou (he Orioco bIears 115 bl.ia.-,.im.-, n-tarly tall :.f
a l,i,.:h nr,: in ifull iTJwin. rht .- r ,ik I,.., it i .i. i:+..
in di.atc-ter, is ti,'kly, i .i .i li.C.t .l w ii'l' ,I ,uI !...n ,-'
fu;r ita.c i ri e hli i ., '. .';:at t rfrt' ti t N .t .-td in
a eiunae oft these 'dl'it gt-eeii' wr.. ppim .-.t t,,:
siltiIrlit. of the .t.itlk ;iSe i ,'e-ly :'(oat1p.,' l. e .c-]-t

of it. u anii .- i'us t' niful..n,.i .-h pd.t LI,..-. uas, \' hi, l i all
iov r it in a t iund tif1 i. it .and y lui, pe.riioti ,,
futriniu .aa.hriHIiAt)licIri.'d i f towUis f fbuit
onn fuo)t 1-arliut No ,-peciruI:, it it i .'.aid, has t. cl'
been .-'en in tiM latitude '.iitli uei 1t'ulb.ssons:.
At-w 'ork.: tHe.ald, May 15.
[Th': Lily al.ore alllded to was, 'e-, iulrer.t.tul,,
pli.: .1 u exhibition. at thb-St.'s H...t,., ;,Jn ,
nLturally attracted crt..wd., if p'.-ifout.]--.Li. ,i.
Jil.rl ,( Ga:tte.

iu'. .I.,' !, 1, -t, tI,,._. It'.ll! .:,ti't ..,,, 1i1,v thl i titi o.', J ,.,t h. i .w.i ra ,, : .-,l rt ,d f t i ,:-in E'--,'t- L iu'Ns rc0ti' es ill H.treuu. Su ly oppoLe th.' A rre rsi
ILL t g in!i' ut. it i. 1 i'.-t '1 a t' 1E 4I:-,1 int a l h ix tii N' '.tilt .f C l :'1 E .fi 'it b rvativner will y triut' t t Yl l o fp Eth ir itn
d d,; thI ot :,i. I l t.I. l II :--U d d i L-,Otr, It M I ,l ,tt., th,: ev,:Luin ',:,t th.I loth if.,t ,i t. l bill.
t A t .it,. t1.,-..f hi oirt ',t I HTeii or. T .- u..t H,-,,.,it.'i t unA olrl.:h rn-, fr:,m thi:-Po t ,iht.
tI n- r il Gallw 'y th iap t, t a,0'l't 0 f L- t "1 -n 7,av t'...1i'.." AdSiice,e fr-tnm .AIitralhia stato thn t Lc ie ntenan.
spe,.Ir ,.I.. ,. ,rti -, ,ti.,t,f t.' w hi,.h h T lh 1 .. ; w h. :n l.,t h, ai' ..f, u-v.-i im b he- .d LI.,keroft. or t H D M Ste m .-tr o' -I" .. h
ail..iut i iu A'i.-t it, I .nl i ,ii -u ..- i,, t.r ft.-, r,I l in h -ti n ,il..< N.,ith j:.f I.t.: Brtt.:,, itl, been murderea by native ..l t th, Il.nt d of Espirtu
hSi Litiioni .;l'i .,H1 .E., on thl.- thi'l it ut l.f 1,-c li,,,,-ll, ..cue. It is- s..id1 th.t sI, h:, 1,10" '.uito, oue of the New H el.abiile ,.
th:lt l .. :r il' '.- i i t..-nt t ? ..'it : -il. .I ,'-: '. :. l.. r..1 A. ,L .iui :ti've Lurrii .tiue hasl C ,wept over the coast
Ge .-0 dl G.ill-,-'-. vi.:- ,.. be f a v rid HT.M.. u.- ". .0.1 he Allu .1,,,.' .,' o ff W'e-te .ru Au-trali'a. Tih:l tawus or Roebl our'ti e,
e.1l inm p..Ltl"-. t ni.'lliir ; in : ly lt.: hi wi t- -int t,. 1 .,'' rt i ,u.- t., thi, I ,'. .. .' n --i-t.i .-.. Thi..- AlLii tl-:. it of th aI I p a fil fishery, aud Po...t Coia.fl:,
S 1n.El.I w1 h re 1 ,.,. 1a ,l...y 1 to, rl .,-C' -.'i ,u Srr.i .-' V .,',... '.n. .. tw .l i, t, ar.,.id on i ,lh tigl-t u ile, dil-tant, were totally d ,stroye L.r.
the. ,1, I ..L..- .i' th.It C,.,uy. I l..t. r. h w f ,at H i ix on -,1,1. r'vi, ,. The' lunimb--l rt killed and woun, ded by thr recent
iititIl, .l ,,t4 tl,- ,14- ",,u ," t ,, i tt' i.,,m TL... Al.,n l I,,e ',r 'i ,. ... .w.: ti i,.I t QSt .It v,:.h.',ne t u,:M Allit.ter, Indir Territory, foots tn p
I-2 11 tt *2 rt-d- A .''il t1-3t. lI 1w' '2 Iti ; --. .-' i n i t f.-, if 11 i'nu I'll I Ar t;L i,,.JIII With Of lu-a tfteeu are- tihr if i alv
I 'ti i t't .. lt il l I t I1 -, i l t Ie-1. a- [i hi 't i n w Ti l .n t r f N rn oit e n Ma
I 11 ; will n1 d .~t m 1 *'t n rf tl* i l-liuf l1 ils, I..ut w,-,-l, n,.,t ,:.l .",.t TRi,,.,uhvi ,.,r Mnt,,- Bn iiied f,_w life and ,ther., i :n o. md t recover.
Atn Milit.he uti u- riljmr n l 4A, iHi ,'i i, I Iill.1' a-lieLtUIS t-I iet'- t ha ll t'r t pi i. ii ned asiCeland e l, h ad attn i)ted to stop ar
,.,.f Milt, Eu ..- ri .,l. i th ,,, wih 1 1 The Trea.ury Department hai beAu iPforumed
, .i. ,r i, -. t E ..iu r t., l ,u-, Th. t,. it-r l' .h... .. r,f w t,., l, ,-,- M .:.ntr. .d that couu t .irei t ?..,1.1 Piei : er- a k," an'le th lieirl
.i,. ti" a I.t -,-, h. ii i.,lt 'ir, in th. .I .. ;th r, .. l i. t n t .,, U -.i r' W ,,,il. .all f ('enu' ie nu I. li s t i dl e n i l of 1",p- il a il 5l 3Cr.'u
-. til,. A ,- t, I II t i .. "'her y are r,'p ,rted to b e well e ,:- .uted, bu tau rt of
n .i. .n t I. M1 j...r '. 'tai wl. h i. rvi,... we<- 1 -, t;,. ,. -. :.:u on t th lt 16tth -till in th litht wt.-ht.
.- f:r .t .-,t i .- t tip,,n t.j ll," B y t Mf....... ,..- a'- ,, ,,.it .t .'ov' '', It is s al-d tli.-i a n Ri ehit tHon. M i.,hlael M orrinI
,i-.,:r,:,rn thl- ,:u,, ,, ... ..... .. -u" Iit, t i.u i t:,. Lor.1 C'hii r Juti.e of h. Court of Comnion Pleas.
ie,.t'l G.illt i ,.,- t .,:.u inu the E.i- t Lit,.. I" l .i- -n, t H..u. -Ch 'rl,-' RE o1-r Barry, Fourth .Jus-
.-hir' i-. Hit'. HI lIt:-'.it :u' t ,.l .l tJw.I ,l.n "iCti. ri--. w i,. T ;e ,!it;r 'in. -yl t ha.'I rea a-.i t.o l.elieve that :ir- tile i the 'loi ut of Qu1t..-u's Blua hi, iwt re walking
it i- l:old-d will a, .-.,0:,!: ..'Ly hi,' i,.,ier .1.1 th,.. ran-cin it lv. e l.-h naI ., i hi v wlit-ii anu : ti- h in Ph i,..ui' :urk 'o atuti cl v, a few t iunteI after
ir, .:.:l.' it' tl, r i.,i 'nu 'a, ,.1- Is--: ,:n l ..tei- i.,l c : t1 liiP. ia Goveur ue t will pro. the murd-era w:re :I.mtitted, and before thc-y kuew
Sf.:t.- rt lw tli to Ir,.-laud to orgauize a Il.tI.-tive I ri f thema, rouil i-lookiu anau .1ei.,1 to) the Lord
t rM' Iajncl'"it i'ill.liay. for ie. MChieftJunti,-e: "iThe lChief and Undier Sna.-retary
STII.r nr / fya- Ciro pitch stiFted tatl S ,l- l, b teene tuirelted. You are the lext mau spot-
T,.-i.:.rit..i-, W:'-.1 .in-liy, thi- 24th in-rt., t. ..vy t P;-."L? iu-iform,-.1. ArI- ia B vr t1;ihat if the- ariv tI d."w
il...irltei f'. thi'- .. .l .r .t;.iu i f' JI.:- M ij.-l -ty'- i-i ,n dep.-ir-. t.he Khlie'.- BD .oui.; will The poStmakrterof Navau, county eathon May
Llthil ly, will I..-. .:urt t 1 ...1i1.,v tf.r thi. Tr...,:, .i ,tc .. Th? Kli-liv.-e :vil,ently .Ir Belon: ius '12. -2 ot a man dt-., iu nslf-d>-tn-3ee. Tle ih it ,
iu th,:..('., .1 i1ul. Tifr T,!,-l Ofi,..:. ill -:-l at. lni .. :k, f..l i-- to iw a nin'te-r o 'f thtl, po iti ii. i wlioso.l uarne Fras Connell, had attempted to stop a
,.,p, a.I,,, S, iudy Th, R,.y.i St.-n' ,,rd .l ,'Lt It ; ,a:,,,t ,i: l tt i. elawtron, will sliostlt re- nrif l ar.
.,II w l:. L...j-t.I ou th.: Fl.-'-tartis in tli,- i'., i ('il u :l!oi -Mip itf tioe Ex,-hgitatte. L LrukPo f, M nay 12.-In Uhis remarks in tthe Hoeuse
l,.., -. T r,:,,,p it Pto,-.p,:., t, n.,l,-.:r tle.* C ,,lll tid.. .,, *.r. P tIn.r, w],o .,t, a a v,.,eluD r ,,te.tiv in 1 m t 1 .t Ca r er ..i r
Li-u'i. < ,l,:,- F. P t'. r, t,.'. R I. i- l,., vx ill ve.,-1 mp.t -,ir t :a.. in ,a :,n un l te ,on t :. it h lue t e thi.1e tI is ann.qt were stiiae witui, s uclh
I,, tun , iu dely,:l liu,. f -,,. in W...- t. iu I.f J i a :,/., he h r to ki-iw that ti fi n tieh. a N Eeishma tI re irt le itiat on te
Si, (ir,[,:ir, .t rll-4.. ,.10., .,ud ..t I ,: .,el l u='I ., t- t aro of th n- .. i t, will Ib fa,..litat.,l if th, t a li s. f Enali-c u felt the h niliationt r
,, I ,,, ft Bil.P- H,'t I,,rt-'I 1t. (',,,C* ',d te a -I liu: "i-W fIU r .'[e'te I I-, li-e n wilmt tollut'rrel. I il,-,a tt .1 ',' Hi H..Iun tt Co liu-r Ci.itu- -li. ti ll, i, ( eri miut l il ak .M .i ythe il on Irish" r hitry -, i but on ]n .. Fo rs,: p r. If the Govu -
a Tfeu-de-j:,.ift; l -ri >r- in t :nmd ,hornun-ut sut another m to Iteland to, r -arri o ut
Th.', Tr.,,.,, .i t S't. G...,, t_ ,... B,:,., : tu II. 1 T.i'- n (' ,l erimn p...Cli,.:e. meaur'e Yiniltr to thh t uu ,d r whiic. Mr. Forster
Is,4nu. .i ill p..,l in R- eviw ,"idr ,, l I,,. .'. inru ii ppo-ld to b.? an Ame"i'an, wsfnrre.ted ated. rueh nu ac:,iur u-.-i.i'" :u, iiu.,.r h- C,.:,unr ,i ...t iu Brlfrsrt ,n M.v 11 tah ou_ auioi.i:iu oof beitnat o:tu- tpa.lea of history
Li-ul..C'ol.:,.el C. ..w rt, R. A.,,-,.ul M j. E.J. c-rn.-,l in the mu, de. in Dubli.j. Te it ha'be ;-pa ,h t .,,/ Fr. r,, ',,,/i .--LO DON ,
H -i-i. ri-- ,'i0 It-ly. IInit. i f,: aw, Ak. H.i i i' i- Fi lrest aIkre i Mra i A lari ,- and sympathetic rirowd gather-
t.1 ] -. -) .-i, l,,L I.uliu. t,. x.l Artilln.ry till Nsu -. lou',,ted thi.r evening with t(,:,he | d t the St P..iaanc E as Railway taiou to-da to
trk... tl .S ,e,-. y t,-. iri, a R:.yail ,t M "au-d Db,...ntman whom he had ,l, Iibed i a t lhe meu witu s tl,.., idep tu re of the spe.-il train couvev-
: .:l 1 -u- t't St -, "t :,,,,u. t whtro o nt,-re. :.,! i li', to n pi-t" in t il, ns- iiu t- it, ,. the m otue n ,.te r i to ChatNsw north t.., attend the
L -'- .-.,iltln].: f,, ,. i le R.. k.. i After iutivnt ti.,-,n the p:i.,i ,.,ouhl,.led the inr,1ral ,f L,.,' Frederick Cav.-ndi-ih. Amonr"
'T,- tin'r t t,. ., \ ', vs tl' 2-t,' I t .-,, t, tin'""'h- ,'t"on -. ,nN- a obr,:iti,:n. Na np le wai dl- th em we re Mr. Gladi to ne, the Prince of W ales and
lithe i r.Iat v it' i. t L ry Btt .' i ,Hi, lt tai.v,.1 nxi "u fll xop i A. i-+._iio X xo in h, :t.Ni'v r, 1-, The Pli., .ar co, silent they have h i poi rt-lo t One of th e conhsinu'] w s featui es of the
('p i ll -i l t .l,, .. e i .. it l-'L.tii. i H -..i h1TIdditional inform tion. fhi.on,.iil w--. an aemibla .'e ,t o,i'lil teui ts of thee
.3t : 1. A. rm named .J,,.h phi Corviu, b-.lire.L to h er, D ll, .,f Dev.,:nh-re, father of Lord Frederick
O ,.ti .-!, t-r,.. r.l t,, 1terbud ill LX.',: Pre.--. fetn thli '-ir.i-r ,of tbhe.: ir wli. h to-..k the mur,]T ur'ers Ca.'.:-u 'li'h.
The ;t,,ieu ,l. f (l:, :,, -,- will 1,.., o,.- to Pl,,:,nix Park, h is b,. fn arrest ied. Th-ere i an u immeni e crowd present the um-
t, til', f ii titi 't.. t 111,.t 4 1T ht. texx, r -, -Thi '.f ftlf x il ',i]:'.eta .l-hifr C a t h,:,t, ia, clr 1 .'n'Now Y ,,rk' bel Lt iunt estin oe ,qs h in at-, 3 L i .00 Tany p pee, m et henr-
1. tl, fai.., u lI I. t. )",ul t 'n.l, ..t i l l- .'l tiIl C r.l. te il t were i -ibly i : theil. The coffn wie carried
tI-" .t r i 1' Livreo,., soonk alter her departure, broke iher v Inumier of tile tenets of the D uke of Devon-
61NA W AY-.1 o-,. iI -I.til. ) enu r -v.t't-%I Thi-IixVx Ite '?Ih ir- -N o.Aft Mr Pt.--rfin hsi br-,.u loweredhin ton the
To-..l,, T ..- y,,,,n,l c,.u,.v, r- Tu:-,., y u- /,u ,1,.a -LONDO-N 'iti I..-The :tl' ,,. Af : h e r ,.-t'ffin h;,^.u r. it
1t! ... ,.., ,L:. .1.. ..u .. t ,.1 d I, ; .11, I R ,- i .,rl t ii hii a rriv i t, v rport t-1 t i 1, r l r t ,.n ,, it.
: n ., v i i] ...i.', ,t' i.l a .1. ,,1 V .it. l i ,, .1,t ti, e ,tiai. l lio- mea r ',,oni 1t i i dil,...,l ,nJ '-i' ,, Fi i.- T 1 l .-t t '- hi f m ,:,, nears w ireo
P ..-,. 4i-r ,.a t .. i,..,, i .,- l tn 'rl tui. X i ffa .' y inn 10. ,i h.". pt the Du-k,. ,t' D_ nhi .-i ir, the t M- ,iri' ot -arti' .-
-i- .e ,,t h.r in gixild. 1 maki. .-.t k t,,t tou. Ltri Ewr"l .'bven-lid,-h Col,,n *,vLn,-ih.'
St i t ..t i 1,v. t 7th, infon i- ii ti E.- :rtu, .-in-l woft th.e Duke of Devon
ti..,Ll I-, t P.- tI, .--t. .u t ....' ,, l-. I, ', I n I't a. .." M 'j.:.r Lyvttl:tro M r. ll d.t,, .,.e and L ord
;i.,. u i-. iha ',l J.m .-- \Villli,.i. l, .l., i.. i,,,-,,-' L ni nt riu th Of N e Y.-, ranvill.k
,t ,1 .. iftt1i i..-l ''t,..,i .. I -[ it l- from E lan i. n'ow.itr.-1r, e.I. byt ti,-. P ,hl .- e,- in ;he G r il -ue
I P t, Tr-- of tper.-n- in LIilr.I DENENHOWER IN ENGLAND.
l,,., t ., ,-,, ih k it-. ITl._-. .',,!li Xv. l ,,.l, h s ti bli. Th1.wasX L iy H U.LL.MlV .-Th tea -hip Hidllgo, with
,:, i- ., At .t, i ; ,tl p tr, ,L ., i., ty Til ,.-, P1(. R IE ,, ;. .'.. ie. DeI 1.r, ML i- e. tNewI-i b1. t e i t urali it
h P i ,, i,, .t r l h. .,I'I' C. l t I: i', 1tr t u X' 1-ht' i a.r a,? da'e l iou. e r a ,r r ivfa l;at h 'tql a ,.- t e i f P tr i i l s L k t.f D'u eu
-',l L L -l.iLt ,I.t t- .. t. .- i,,t i ,l,,I h t ou an. eriu' to the deripti,,n f t e J k ol the sL ea t a Lon. Si r-
,-X ,, -t, ',. It htl .tl t. -.t w ^, Th ie \'- ,,,-I .,^rch,., v\ivors ,,f the Jein, tte ar,-.ti,- exp, edition, arrived
x 01t.4 T., 1.... t r ...ut it wr.i.1 appew r tliat there here at 5 o'clock think morning.. All aie in good
TIi .r n I i ttht l thi e . o. u1.i l i ta. b i lt r t P uli e clir-tti to i to 'ea lth. Col t w itr i the : hc xptiou of one x ui ht,
I,, D. A.-I..C. t A.j'. ,, vi', -9"M:.I, .t, ih ,::St [!.,I,- ,,--f ]Ith1,7 ,, 1 -,,4,1lnentl "ay ,I ,i,,u p.-rso t iAm ,] w hi-n lie' h'- 1 toa bi ,:,it una Binue,, wa allow ht" tutiit
SD t Tu r had t on shore with out b-iu-n oerhilel. freedom during the voya.e. The party proceeded
A.. '. 0Stew,'l, ... C O., dIiu.- thel fir. whi,.h HTAutej r t ai t h r. nt ,, without i he Iaidd A u ti for Live,.p ol."
i I It.- I. I 't I h .t .I e.'t A t t 1 .t ,: ut ,_11- w ,.1 n-,:d ,reLW It' t t ell. ,", I-,, ', 'lr l tth Tit l e r. it 'L i m-l-rp o ,, aw ithaio n t t !- I i h i
Sii:. Iti'.. it 'h. o the .l t..r u t I ,litl1- t v "i hI-- :.L e. WI. i:-u it b,.,.tru ekuwu t h, aiim th -t t hi. LIVERPOOL, .r,,v 17.- The .Telanuette turvivors
int.:.'..h", l'1-ut i r the a.. ',.arl-, 1,,: arriv,,e u Liverp,,..i this evenin .. M r. Packard,
t.:.u, ,-i.,u,:.utly rt,:tl...p.:.,l thru .h tt.. ..,,. 4 fllw .,a u '. r if t, l ... v would tihe Uuitedl SSt ttes I. i,,,l y l i Of ,.. ,, ti. Ie. t r ;,u d v. ri, he s ..-i,, i. ia d wh, tol..he .loulhtl. w, uld, aud will a .t 1: their w..nt.-. He has taken
., t,-'.,.l ,:, t r. ,...l- e. .S, ,.,t,:y:.l be, he remarked, If they do thev make so-i.nt pi a-,. .e for them ,.n thle W white Star steamor
t ,-. ..!i. ,ui. ,rru01 m .' .. a., of it." ,Ti-t n I.VAY HOPSE. ,i inlt.) our !-,rth Ii ..k.l him h w lie wa it- New York. Mr. Pt:kard. ha is.uel invitations to
,-n t. d ,p.,tl,.. i .tt, 'e, atr.,, t ,, l I, 1 I,l he ha, nu .oi or ftiet udii t e.Tdi ti,-..tiz,:,,i t,, m, them to-in roiow it lunch ou
1, yh n, whIJ t,.,,'- ,t thi. P:';i-,: T..,Lu,_h Pat a ly '" I don t ]Tle:> .' ,e ., '" but 1111 v -
1. t .. .. 1.i ." .", :,1 f.,P tll pI iId..,. .tera rith a I a o H[T L,
r i w t v. .:, .T .-i .' i w Padd a we calledhimdis.pptar,. ; H milton. u ,. in., M 22und, 1"S2.
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tlr. fr:.',, h'.t I `', i'.h iL w.t- .. iTUE PHrENIX PARK CRIME DEAr. Mr. LF.E,-W ill you,:, 1:iulh- .-.I,,W spai:e in
": ,,,, -,.:'r thuul t lh i e h,:" ..l.,rt ..d ,,! ... t F .. .. Ir 7PEi !; .7!pl,- e l .:. 7r to th. nk th. i d ,1..;3nt-:.t .-r d
EJtv rl n .. t k t- ,:tc. 1 UL 7 r. th irl:-ild hl...,:.t llI ty iu -.-u _1:1 W hi .h h-t s l ,,-.-n
t r i, .d _, c L, L: ,,t I t '. .. W l ,r1 'J' .t i)o / "- ,w rO w,; C,* 7, -; *'! P ,,re l's !1,; ,f u, -t h I f .1- tu, l t ,,n .I.. .
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' .:u, l- b'. th i. ,..,n .il,, 1 l i_ ., .. rth :,_LL t,_. t,.... l, i .:,i:i; ;i.\n s! di," ) J p, 'o ws l' 11 i ,l|,,,dy Oh f\ l 1 i i 1
.- Till, w ir u l ii wt- .-o.,u .,rili.:t.i 1u.l1 i,',i,7.-.-_ ,._O L thi:t (.*im ,lT. G A F ARi N H A M ,
lit, -., k v it. Tlie niu rd ,r I
S/ .-r- lv w, ., rit, l''ll h,,v ,Pr tii Il r l IVERP OL, 17 The P,..l t- ,eL. ne j 1,-.- l,,,, ..,, -.,h .
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i'l hi- t %mily .:-.u : ,l ,.t u, .._ r i liti. LO'DON .Iay 17 --Tier. Iin*e beelothrarre-st IED in .ut, Xton P ri n te th in-
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k _l, .1, .. .. ,u )u.... n, .l... .. B.m !.,,- in C'jP -li'-n r. a llnd at G ias- -,u l (R1. ,- F klin, t. .'ed v,
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.,.., t ix :,r- ,. :. T ,- ,. ,- ,f lik l, to 1,, I t, th,- t.h y h, i -i.. h ;. ie ,if:-t.:..N. ., w a, v, Iitb. '...... tt,.,1 with 1. ,- V i h l ,: l, l| .a G-" n _,m l,,,sitor and pri.t- tN '. 'uhrtr R i tl h. l,
*;1 .:-' h 1,.,:'" 'h,-, 1.,. ,,ttru ;t!, ,,t I.,th Vt,:r- ,,! .." 1,; ,i .,/ e "-,,,rilh-,l !, er, bi been ar- 'ound ladv wit- her -...viited L nr the
i* '- r.:,., ,M ,i i.., t :,,: ....t i l. i.,:. t ,.., a,,d w ,., -o la :lr,, in Ihe B,.,w-u street oint, y i T ,.- m si, ,.,p ri ul, ln'..
cr..,il ,:,1 t'-; t,-adi_- phy-, "n P.,lice C..-.rt o ch ,'g.- ,.,t i,i, i.hi, a scatda[,_,us th n d:. f,-. her early death with .iu,,+r,-- r,. w.
:11, IL nd ,,iti l 'hi i ,co, cerniig tlc iuurderf ot- L ,ord __
U.:..,. Ni v.' P, F,>L[.ii. r._ .- lP.t .,i- I..>'.,ii, Ff.l.-dcrit'i- (- ,ti,,ii:!i aud 3sr. B urL.?, a ,d thereby --.
U. i...u- ,,,". T ,.,,r t, ..:.. ,, :, -,5 i.. 1.y av.1 t,.- A v- ,a t ;,,,,. n, ,- t .,.,, to e-,ti i" uxir,l.-r. T he Police ( ", .-%.' ,.|'.
l,.tt..r .1 ,t ,l i',: ,- .-*ik, 1_th iir-. u .,v ,e ,,:, ti.. I ,- ,, the Fret#,., ,'. A r.,ther w ar-
,'- t, t ha h,.e 'i i'..u ,l -.,t';iit J ,.hu Ni .r. nu a.ti- "" -
Qviri.:-- C.di,.rn,, S.n lf,' u..i.,.,., .: M y llth. .:;,,(^;nti ,t ,(.'i..vd ,1 th.- Fr.:,','. Mh>rl,'.i-, was re-
,' lii\-..t.: l 1t -r -.i .W ,: a ,, ,.- ,I .u ."t,:-i;-ilt- n .n,'ie> for a ,\,..-k 1-4e :1 l ...: ,l l.,;il. M r. .* r s .'8l ss
t'.,l \'..a tii. r." P J, d ill i',.,<-e ive l i.; e-t .- i-1 r f li t .. iL T rea-
: ----l n. Mr. P,eit, tt, elir,-' r,and iropi rrat ,,f the -. ," /, ?W ? '9"y:
:'*;_ _,. --,-: i ,- ---- l, i ,:!h ,1 N .- ,.._k, h,.t- i;,. ,,p "* bibe A',,l,. ,. ill be ,:;..ii.,-I ,,,r the de- ? f. 7;
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_,,. r. t ,,. : i h ]i ._ ... ., ....^ t. T r,, .- l,, io ,..,etary ,,r I., -N i P A .
1" I i i. 1 I ,t .. i ,ua he- re- '-et,. u m t, P arlai'i t io l i'. hi, ,
i. t 0 c,,I,, t [ it i rih ,:-c w it -u .h..,-lP ti-l Coutai inv 5 A oil-,n KitL ad ;,,'de
TBS P '- Ti- P ..ii o|Tn d the pI.iced s b Ippored to corjtaiu M it'iin '3 mi inu tes W .ilk of V roisp u ; ',-.I[;!!..
1SPl f! ho i te lth. Duk.- : Devoushire. I .oijutine 1
lTh. I 1-h... 1 h ,: I,,- ', i. ,- 1 i th.. .t l- p ily la, O rie of thi h P ap:-r.
l u t t l it t i ni l i .. l -i t ,r J ; .. I T h P i e, u i. u e 1 P ln I '
een. l ..... .. ..t'-'lt Tix" .it-:.j l .t...i1, -i v.* PARIS, M 17.-Michiael Davit[ has arrived Devonshire Pwaisf, ? 3 h ties
red No lJives lotI here. .May 22, 1 2.

Peoples' Steamer.

A MASS MEETING will be held
at. the

ME1E Hf!i!mSt HALL,
Kindly loaned for the purpose.

This Day, Tuesday,
The 23r, Inst., at 12 I.,
To take into consideration the advisability of
forming -.- --.
For the purelia-.e of
To be owned in Bermuda, audl to receive Sub-
scriptions of Stock to the same, anil to which
you :i re part cula ir y invried,
Hamilton, 23rd May. 1882,

The Empor imn.

A Consignmneut of

JuiL ItHeeivod via New York, confistiig ill
Lidte ollowi.g lines, v:z.:
F.NTLIF.MN'S Suiperior Fiancy Worsted
ir orlk COA. !T.
I,:,. Do. Black Broad Cltih Frock COATS
Po. Do., FPaney vWorsted and Dingonal
JA( KFTS and VE.,STS, also CO.ATS
and V-s'riTS
Ilo. I'liaolr'il PANTS-- bargain at only 12,6
per pair
I. T'weed PANTO at 17/il pair-a speciality
i<, \'vr Fine Cheviot "UI l-'-a bargain
. or, i ['AN 'S- from -lp pair
rres -ed ht bie and Oxford SHIRTS, at 3 6-
extra v.-lue for money
len's king.rkig SHIR.TS, at I1- ench
B..'' )Do. DO at 9,3 each
o'Ys' \WV\ 4SiIING SUITS at 4- d-are sold] much
under price and re worth the at-
teilti.,i of .'Iotifers.

The Clothiers.
TIle I'twpnrium, 4-7 Froni St., lo
22ud ay, 18h92. 3

P44I.47 1 SRROP
W\\ill t' Closed fom This 1ay, i'ueadav, until
I'rila,' rxt, the 26th at 7 a.m.
Hamiltoi, lay 23, 1882.

0 ,r

T rap and Harness.

.-pt1, to MAJOR Si IP.SON, R.A., t. Geor-

May 19, 1882.-1 pd

FOR tE.vT,

A Cottage,
v .'l i,- tile i .twoi of iiramilton,
\\ iithi three mini ules walk of Victoria Park.
Possession given on Ist July.

AppIy to
2.3, 18-'.-3 I pd

Irfm -#) SJLEq
k. Young Blaek
H- 0 0
Free i i mI fi, gentle -nd qjie'. 'old for no
l.tuit, (i\wnl-r hia\mlg no further use for him.
pply to
unill tmr.lop.i, ud :la', 1 S.32.-3 pl

.It Low Prices for Cash,
.... 3 GOOD HORSES-suita
-. ble tor any work
,V I PH.-ETON-with Top
,'-: I iSUGGY (side bar) "
2 BUGGIES, without Top
'e.-tts -uperior English Carriage and Cart
Carriage and Cart COLLARS
Driving utl Riding WHIPS
Back CHAIN.4, Ankle BOOT6
Chamois 'KIN', s-PONGE-,
V;itCuUL OIL, Harness POLI-H
Shatts, Hubs, Spokes, Rims
&c., &c.
Reid Street, Hamilton, 3 rd p.1
May ,sth, 182. rd
Warner & Merritt,

fihoIesale Fruit and Produce
Ajie chaals.
52, 54, & 56, Dela% are Ave.
,Ber'uda Ageuts,
April 17, lyi2.-3rd. p. ti.

i aIiilton, M y \


Notice. jFor Sale by Tender.
-- -T -- 4 m T i "%T I.--a.- _"

At 12,o'ekcck, M, l I A U T 1' U I IN, T T-.lE FOLLOW\'ING-
On THURSDAY Ne.t, At. "Glasgow Lodge," Soutthamip-
:t5th Ins-1nt tn Parish.M
25th lsFint, rr'" T--j I IN PAGET PART-H,
2 B S .F'ii nF)mlv ITr' e, ., 2 A elonging to th Estate of AMUEL A.
to HI 11 s. e"ch The 2,3thi May, at 12 o'elo-kc, M., Shaip. HARVEY, Esq. deceased,
10 Tubs New York BUTTER I am Instrtcted to Sell, a Lot of .. .-A DWELLING HOUSE at
10 loxes RAIbIN^S 7 L' Salt Kettle with the PARCEL OF
25 Boxes sF.(AIt.S, 100 ech HOUSEIIOLID FURNITURE, LAND thereto pertaining. The land is bound-
14 t'afes 1 ll1. Tins L 1,I TEl onsisting in rt edl on the Y.,rtt by th. Harbour. and on the
J h.hlda. Englih-LE 0rIi.OGANY'TABLES SOFAS .ath b tljht. new Road running froin Salt
5 I.-. k.IL CAIRS OA'OFA Kettle towards Hamilton, and is interse_.ted
1,0o0 I.I,. JBnia h ( reen -st of DRAWERS near the North boundary by the Old alt Kht-
5 HIalf Boxes Gold Leaf TOBACCO BED 'TE D Chest oe road. The Dwelling House is near the
5 Chests )olong 'T WAmi S TANDS Looking GLASSES o old road.
10 Boxes P'inilv I'OAP id:e BOARD PICTURE o o
50 Gross Ch.ices-C'nomnb ;IATCII ES Plated and GLASS WARE West end of Paget Parish, near the Main Road,
-2 D.zen Pairs Tweed PANT'I China Breakiast -ET with the Pare 1 of Laud on which it stands.
I Lot GIS, '8S\VAR1 E and C it )C K il YV China Dinner "ET tDouble) extending from the Main t) a cross wall
- Iron Fuldmin Blu'Ti':A.\lI. Croquet LBTOS -- separating it from the Pare'l of Land next
LotT^ r fro RETI A ALSO, hereinafter described; bounded on the North
I Lot SRIE, No DEIE. A fT A r 0r 11 by the Main Road; ,n the South by the Parcel
STORE, AAN next hereinafter described; on the East by
Anid many other usef ul Articles that will ap land of the heirs or devises of John Frith,
1 YoUNG pear at the sale. and on the I'I.a by the Cross Road separating
Paget Parish from Warwick Parish, with the
]3(el'mudn, Cow, JOHN FOWLE, Arpirtenanes.
Anid mnany oilther G:)OS that will appear at 15th Miy. 182.-231 .uetio r. 3.-A Parcel of1 Land inmmedi-
tlie Sale. ately south of the last mentioned Parcel and
B. Wc WALER & CO bunled oil the South by land of Susan lMc-
B. W W ALKER&l CO., C Derniott, and on the Eact and ll''t as the last
.AuctiMers. j 1i luention-,: Parcel, with the A)ppIurtunances.
Hlamiltom, ll-iy "22, 1 :32. .___ ._ Lots Nos. 2 and 3 (which together contain
S** by estimation 7 a.,,2 r., 9 p.,) may beTendered
For Btwit Owners, Und rwrilers, al, A t Pubi c A auction, f"r either together or separately./
r e l SEALED TENDERS for the aboroe Pro-
_n t At 12 o'clock, M.. perties will lie received by the TUndersigned up
T + :; .." ,, l., W .m, & -+S to ,oo0 of
PWILL BE SOLD, Thursday, the 1st day of
I I ET nO D J. N May 26th, June next,
OA FRI A1.I1Y, I211d JU.N .' At. the Residente of F. PLANT, And he do-s not bind himself to accept the
At 12 ,'clock, Noon, Esq., next West it the Hotel, highest or any Tender.
On the Old Wurehouse harf, t The whole of his well-ke-pt and nearly New I. BROWNLOW GRAY.
FURNITURE, GLASSWARE, Hamilton, 20th May, 1882.
CHINA, &e., Consisting in part:- J O L
SUAHIOGANY and rose Wood ( E S O L D,
S rA 1s, SAILS,, AN 1tl. TABLES '.
CH1\iNS, Iu 'lT, and MAl II'ERILS Mahogany ConsB l TE BLES BY AUCTION,
Of the Norwei:an Bar[lue .Superior Diing Room CHAIRS By Order of the Motgagee,
"OOP. ,LO O7ZOH," IR'hORS Oil PAINTINGS Under a Power of Sale, on
PLEVEISnN, Marter, Waltnt and Mahogany Parlor CHAIRS .~ *
Which Vessel pit in th l liit oiin Jitress Marble Top SIDE-B 'ARD : '. .' ** -'
while oil a Vova .,e tron Iviza, buicail to New Large Easy CHAIR, Leather Covered The las day of June next, at 12 o'clock,
York and aandoueil on e.'nrvey and Es. Folding Sofa CHAIR nooni,
timate. Painted Bedchamber SUIT
J. T. DARr:ELL & Co., Handsoine Ladies WARDROBE
S' Jn,. Iron BEDSTEAD-Dot&ubIc .. a LO
JA A CONYERS. Child's DO. Camp DO. LL t11hat certain LOT OF
Spring andl Hair MATTIESSES, &c. L '\N situated in the .-Vin of
i. [r A' ,fc 1;,I 1BE;EAU atnd GLA. ES t imilh.,ic in th li Island of B.-riiudl denomti-
.!!,1,i,. y.r. mN, : W %,'SHF-.TAND;- CO ;MIEOi, I ,te lu n,,. 14 of the 5th l.ungi>iill,,l
y, Toilet STS Moiq-:uit.: NETS Street bounded on the South by itia fSirePe
S.. Large Linen PRESS a l there mina.uriii, ;J5 I'eei ; on the WeIsl by
T .PT .T S,:,eants Lo.i Furniture Lot No. I i I i-he sa ,ne tre.:t and there amen-
; L T A. Gl0,n Cookin ,TOVE during !5'i teel; on the Noirlh by Lot Q
S ;-pp.r TRAY mind Stan.l ,' of a Cross -tr,et, beLktwen liei 5Ith -ind Gii
Sf, (owfoioirable U:,iiprior Lot of Kitcheii IUTENSILS L,, Streets nail tihee um,'ai,,uting ;33
I'0. O'I "I orable Laige DRESSER and Plate Stand i .l f, ,a ot the East by the said :'ro- Sree,
.,. -i +" ".Meat SAFE Deal TABLE "and the ,,,easurig,. 150 feet, or however
S .. Dinner SERVICE- prices "tri the si 1 Loi No. 14 may be bound
.ith ou '.cireof \Net rof Cut. GLA,-,S ed oi, may measure or ,,u2m to be dest ribed :
Vit hi,, ti" -'e if N, ,itlald r Dz. each Shorry, Port, Champagne, Hock, togeth"r v,;Lh the \I \ OR I ,VL-
lie aim Iiom'l ;tt ime P it' 's xrill.age, n,,aa ,,ci.1- and Claret (cold) T .tM BLEI,1S 1\ 1;-. I\ ; tIm jLUSF, thei mre, et utm,, amd all oth,, r
pi:d I.y M\1. DoVAI n t'ENi-T,,, ani Lboundedl Soda Do. 2 pair [ EC AN rr S I IEC i. N-,.. u h, ju s. Bul dinas, \'srd-, a' k-,
Easterly by I:mid ol aMl Villian ,. f vlor. China Breakfast and Tea S ir. -s. Otniou, es. B Eildis, arde, Ia-,.
(ne st v-'erniah in front. Terms very Pcdestal, Swinging, Bracket and other ight, l.ierie,-, Pi'lle, Enure, Way
e, s.inahle \ i,. ion, of the purchase money LkMPS Lit, Lilerties, Privilege, and Ea leln s
,,,v ,m. ,in ,.or, m o.. t Handsome Folding MPEPAMBULATOR-by ',, the i.1 L,ji t el Land belonging or'with h
A [l -tn rl mo o ot Fn .' mite held, u ed, o..n-opied oi ej)yel is pari-
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON. Lagen .size DOLLS Do. 1 lireof or appu,%rtes i nl linretoe
1,51 la, lz- 8 :p J ,Se.wing MNACHINE by Wheeler and Wilson i r'h I *r .pe, lv ,is formerly it hie occupation
And a great many other Goodsthat will ap- of .\1n. I rwA,.u J. -'ITI, d..cased.
-. ...... .. pear at. the Sal. THOS. J. WADSON,
B. W. WALKER & CO.,, iAtoneer,

By the Sir G F. Seymour" from Hamilton, May 16, 1s82.-2 3pJ T, t e Sold, by Auction,
Londoii, an assortment of To be S old by Auction,
rSt EE By Order of the Mortgagee,
j 517Untie i a Power of sale,
l- .TaterilN iT., r- -T i &'&L. N.i

A vai,-tly of L iCES Lace Collars and .Sets I E V
Noittin lrini Lace Li A MH REQJUINS and CU 3 I- I lamiltoU .I l ay 21. 15"82.- -,ncte.
Fancy GOOL)D, &e. P1 .

Hamilton, May 16, 18"2.-2 3p

Shippingf t'r Account of
Groti,s a(d Owiel's.

T 11 'S 1.


X.1L iWwi'(L '
TtIIE. ; P.ovie R.,o nard will bu paid by the iUn-
der-.-imed , asiy persaim or peisons uho
will give suhi inilbr, i. nti ;n ia., will lead to the
Conviction of t.e 'Thiel u 'i'lieves AhIo th-olo

Two Cedar Stakes

TE iesp. etlully offer to ship HIERM UDA- Fro'm the (;round of the ', l.I-l House in thill
S I'llODU'[: fr,r :ale :at Ne,. York Iy T'owln occupied -y i,,r. J.iru-s 'C. Swn.
either of thie undermnciilioned r(.pelctble Comn- G EGORY V. 1,EE.
rmiiion [Houses who may be p,'el'-rr d by O)w- Mav 2nd,1 -.'
eis, lhippers, anil Growers.
Not repl)onsible liowevr for the net proceeds -
until paid to our order in New York which O ti e
order will Lie given toi he New Vork,Consignees
or' ale, for eamt It Ihipmient. ; 3 OW* S
When necessary to order Specie in return for A. -. ; .. 0W .8, 3
any shipment it u ill be in,,ured at the oepense OP 1 'J i Dl Pi OD UCE.
of the Owners interested, and owners will clear-
ly understand tli.i all dangers of transport, botdi ...-
ways are borne by then. T mE Under'sig,.ed will give their Personal
The Oommission I houses for whom we sol c attention toi tie t.or~ arding ol BERl M1UliA
business are hLPItUCE to tile Coniigin-rmiat olf
Messrs. JOHJINVX CO., A Messrs. John ~N ix & Co.,
No. 166 Weist -treet, Ne w York, N
audotur Shippingdirtiuguishingnutmber lor ibhem is oI Of New orkl'
a t, ,',, .
Messrs. TITUS BSROTHERS, I inacu tlemt Iie cep Se -sn.
essrs T TU BROT ER .iAl lChaqres lor C,,st of L(iemittince for nett
No. 15!, Wc.t Street, New YorkI proceds ihll have to be l.,.,rne by the Owltr ofe
and our Shipping di.tigiwtinhiug number for themprill l to he e 'er
i-4 999 le oos.
E'tencil Pi.tes, e.ith ;h,,,vc rm,,,mbers free. I tie highest it ark.t IR te S will be obtaued
and Accou.t :-alesrn leirneJ pluiomptly.
lailton, Bm TROTT & COX. J. T. DARRELL & CO.
1ti Ai,, ... .. 2 mths. 3rd p. ai....;in.n R .i.... A. ,,t 17 itsa9_ -2n. a3 -

The 16t. day of June next, at 1 o'clock,,
SLO No.. .~s of the 5th Longitu-
1- dinal Street, of the Townh of Hamilton,
measiuring from North to South 15) ft-et and
.N,.,ur, by Lot No. 25 of the Gth Longitudinal
Street, (next hereinafter to be described), on the
,Siathl by the 5th Longitudinal .street., on the
E'td by Let No. 2i; of the last mentioned
streett and on the Il'est by Lot No. 30 of the
Same t ret ;
And Also,
LOT No. 25 of the Gth Longitudinal Street
of the said Town, and measuring from
North to -outh about 1.50 feet anti from Eait
to West 50 feet, and bounded on the Norlh
by the 6th Longitudinal .-treet,; on the uaiah
by the Lot first above described ; on the East
by Lot No. 2:3 of the 6th Lungitudinal .-treet,
and on the ' by Lot. No. 27 of the same,
Street, or however otherwise the said Lots
may he bounded or may measure or ought to
be described ; together with the
ij Dwelling House
And Buildings on the said Lot No. '28 and the
This Property is now in the occupation of
MR. -AMUEL A. t-MIIH, Carpenter.
Hamilton, 20th May, I 32..--2 3i,


SLI. l'ersOUs INDI) 11 TEDi to the Uuder-
S .iginedI are requistled Lt call and settle
their re-pective ccouintsi bJfourc the first day of
Dovonshire, May 15, l, .-- 3p

By Public Auction, ,

Come One!


Come All!

Pride of Sandy's Lodge, No. 9
D. of S., intend having a Fancy

Entertai nment,
In their Lodge Room, Somerset, on
Wednesday & Thursday,
next 24th and '25th instant,
In aid of the abovenamed Lodge.
Doors open at I o'clock.
Admission 6d. Children 3d.
There will be a Band of Music in attend-
By Order ofthe Committee,
I eor,.ling Si-crotary.
Somec-rs-t, May 19, 1si2.

AnSa iI t I ~ I r n

An uiite 'rtaiunient,
Consisting of Music and Readings,
Will be given, at the above Hall,
The 31st of May, at 8 p.m.
Doors open at 7'30.
Prices of Admission-Body of Hall, 1/; Gal-
lery, 6d.
Tickets to be obtained at the stationeryy
Store adjoining the Royal Gazette" Ofice.
Proceeds in aid of the Building Fund of the
New Pembroke Sunday School.
T- Programme in next Gazette.
May 20, 1882.


On the 31st lnst.,
Where ALL will find a Cordial Welcome.
Ice Creams, :-trawberries and Cream, Coffee,
Tea. Cake, Soda Water, and other refresh.
ments, and every effort made to cause the
evening to be pleasant.
Proui-els for the Repairs of the Smith's Pa-
rish Wesleyan Church.
Doors open at 6 o'clock.
( Should the Evening prove unfavorable
the first fine one.
Smiths, May 23rd, 1S62.


THE UNDERSIGNED, intending to make a
Chfange in his Basiness, would respectfully
notify all Persons INDEBTED to him, that
their Accounts must be settled, or eatisfacto.
rily arranged for, by the 31st instatd; and all
Persons to whom he may be INDEBTED will
please render their ACCOUNTS to that date.
Crawl, May 22nd, 1882.

34.1 Washington Street,
New York,
I:e.specIlliill soli'.its cuigiAwents of BEIIt M U-
I'e,.-r,' :nl atmen:ioin given to ith S:,le or' .la
hip il ts
Higle-,t Markets Prices obtained, Prompt Re-
turms guaran t Ed.
A cotmptent Main will be under the ShEd to
receive and forward Consignmentm. per each and
every teamer, or otherwise as may be reqtuir.d
or directed by parties shipping.
7 is the Shipping Number.
Aptil 22, 18?2.-3 itf

New York ,Mail Steamer.


IVill leave Hlamilton Jor .New
At l p m.,
25th May, 1882,
To leave thence for return on 1st June.
Specie on Frei,,hl and Parcels will be received
until 6i p.m., \\'edne-iday,,2-th May.
Unless previously filled, Produce will be re-
ceived until 6 p.m. Wednesday, 24th MIy.
Bills of I.ading will be signed until 10U .m.,
*25th May,
The P.tsenger Stage will be removed at 30
minutes past noon on 25th May. i
Passengers holding Rleurn Tickl-," wiil
)lease have them endorsed by lthe genits.
Hlamilion, Iurmiudj, 22iid \ioiy, 1, ".

For Freight or Charter,
For the run hence to New York,

Eliza Barss,
AI)p'icauinsii will be received until noon W E, L
NESL),\Y 2-1th May.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 23rd .May, 1882.


IN accordance with the announcement in these
columns on 22ud April last, an Agency of
the above Bank has now been opened in my Of-
flee where a General Banking Business will lbe
)rafis sold on London, New York, Boston,
Montreal, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and
Prnite I-.dward Iiland.
Hills of Exchange purchased.
Interest allowed ou Deposits.
American and Foreign Gold Exchauged.
Bills Discounted, &c., &c.
Agents in London, Imperial Bank,
New York, Ba ik of New York,
Canada. Merchants Bank of Cs-
-- nada.
Office Hours 10 a m. to 3 p.m.
Hamilton, Bt.r..lC, i i..,1O2.-333p
Colonisl pise copy.



I,_ HE Comfotrt;ible Dwell-
(L ,, !,,,,,,- I.,".1 VILL.A,"
i i', h ir an i about I'wo acres of
L V\ii, stu'te :,it SLT Kt:I'r.E.
'F.-iier l'.,r s in will lie irc.ive.i until the
6ih hltitn bl, lby lheI Un terigite.i w il .iio. e.n t
bjum lhi,.ehi 'I e acceptt the hii- h,-it r aiv '- lir,
" Mel Mir.", 151th ,1'y, 182.-2


THOMAS W. KELLY intends re-
tiring from Business and request iall par-
lies to whom lie may be [NI)EBTED to send.
in their Accounts fior settlement before the 30th
June nexL, and thuoe INDEBTEI) to him are
requested to be good enough to settle their res-
pective ACCOUNTS by that date.
The Stock, consisting of
And a variety of other Goods, will be sold
Very Cheap for Cash during this month aind
next, in murder to effect a Clearance.
Water Street, St, George's
May 20, 1882.-4

Geo. Wx.


Spencer & Co.,
Commission Merchants,

Dealers in Bermuda Produce *.c.,
178 Reade Street,
Solicit Consignments of Bermuda
Sales and Remittances made with despatch.
Agents in Bermuda.
17th'April 1882.-3rd. p. tf.

FICE HABMILTON, 20th May, 1888.
Wmi H Albuoy, James Bain, Wilson Cameron
Dora Cox, Benj Casey, John David, John Davis,
George Edw.jrds, F Frith, H W Foote, Antonio
J de Freitos, F Finn, James House, Joseph I HEare
vey, A R Hamilton, FE Ingham. Edward Inghamn
S 0 Johnson, Mariamie de Juas, Deborah L Jone.'.,
E A Lightbourne. John Manuel, Robert Poppin,
Joseph Plant, James H Renshaw, John Richardson,
Amanda Robinson, Chas R'chardaon, G V Story,
Eb-hnezer Smith, Rachel Smich, Hsnary F Smitl,
Adeline Smithnl, C .S-.ele, .ionii>,) Smith, A S
Smith, Bri.jt Salus, a'mnie.l .Satli.. George Sian-
moss, Ubeos SiAuina as, -ory l'uoker.T'ominsTa'T
icr, I' J WV Tucker, John Tnos Virgin, Robelt.
Wellman, Thomas 'v ilan, Florence WoudgaLe, it
S Wilson, Ellen Willia,-.
FICE ST. GEORGE'S, May 22nd, 1882.
Brig" D A Small," Barque Espelaad,' Barque
"Gay Head," Brig "Graf Biamark," S.hoaner
'Indiana," John R Jactsono, Maroeiliao Viera
N une, A S R, A S Bark Sarah," William J Tlbo
Mbsmith, Sebr. William Martini."

Commissariat Office,
HAMILTON, 20th May, 188:.
S CER will receive TENDERS, in .dupli-
cate, up to 12 o'clock, noop,

The 5th June, 1889,
From Persons desirous of Tendering -or a
quantity of .

Required for the use of the
To be delivered on or before the 18th Au-
gust, 1882.
Forms of Tender and all information can be
obtained on application at the above Office,
daily, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
A deposit of 10/16 will be required from etch
person obtaining Tenders, which will be re-
turned to those making Tenders bon.i fide, on
returning to the SENIOR CoMMISSA&RA.T OFFI-
CER the Schedules without being defaced or
Senior Commissariat Officer.
",Colonist" once, if possible send billto Royal

iMerchants Bank,
Of Halifax, N.S.

I I th Api'll, I bVj s -- ---- -

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hIalbitants oF Bermu.da and others, for their
liberal Patronage during the past part of their
Pho1atograph- p1ratite, and having recently
trade addliti.onu to their stock of
by the first Opticiians in Lorlndon, (DALL-
MEYOR andl ROS-,) are prepared to offer to
the Ptblie- a better elass of work than has
hitherro be.-un doni.' in Be.rmuda..
Much time aiid study is given to thOChemli-
cal effects, p'oe, and lighting oif 'our portraits,
consequently producing find artistic e-ff'cets.-
Ships, Puillings, Yachts.. Groups,
&e., &C.

Photographs, Cart,-s de YViite, Cabhint arnd
lhrg-r rizes tiake-u at shortest notice ; also en-
larged to lifc sizo in INDIA INK, OIL ('0-
Fist Artist4-n i New York City tnrplovc-lE for
the above enlarged work.
Clul,- of hvtn.- r r noro'taken at reduieal'l
P., )oi, tlitat J. F. DARRELL
Plhoto'griapbs, Indlustrial Exhibition of !,-'2 andl
tw-nty years practice, togethr-r with the ex-
peience of his Son, who has just returned
lioni Ai.ailnica, and who has ope-rat-:d in Sianei
of the First GaOlleries there.:- enables th I-in to pro-
beg further to state that our pricesart- kept art
reasonable rates ; there may be work don<- for
less, but we ask that quality be given the pre-
61 Front Street, Hvruiltoun, Feby. 7th, l'Vs2

(.0O to the EBiporium for Boys' Clothing.

i Wanted.

Wanted Inmediately
| COAT' 1 a&k o
Srrppl!y to
'a iliiail, April 3, 18Q_ .

i For Sale,

Bmnit by J. M. lIe\VolN.., Halifax, N.S., One
New, One Second Hand.
Prit-e .oderate. rerm, aecommiod:ithilr.
l,.ern for J. M DeVWolfe.
St. <(,rg-,s. February 24, 1 2.


a T tHE Comfortable Dwell-
ing H .,use '.l ri.i[%E VILLA,"
With iharf anl about Two acres of
LNH, stnat"* et S.AL'r KETTLE.
Tenders for s tine ii'l ihe received until the
cti/I lnsitmit, I'y the iTn.ler-ign-,'!, who does not
binrd himself to accept the highest r any Tender.
"' I14 Air Pa;i,I-, 15thA .'1ry, 18-I ).-

For Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton, o comnfortabllii and

wD- vellint g o ase
It present oueilpi.1d by i1". Plant. Esqr.
It 1 nitily co'UVenlitnlc(s, airy rooms, out-
hi' .' es, st les.-, & t.
Posse.s.irn givx'n lst .'.ugust next. '
Apply to
12 Front '.t f _t.

ia, FA 1L L 'L
-_.. M ,,y 1st, 1.Is 2.
DEAR Sn,- used our INDIAN tILOOD SY- "
RUP lor LDys.e,-.ia (iromn whachi I sul'ural for live i -I 01 I 1 i1
years,) withvli tli. h6 p -L t suits. t
A few dosei placed .nT ,l-.inach in a condition to M etrop o lt 1li -ToelI
digest lood-lhiretby r'lievinii mre of thi-ie disi resi- ,- e lplll
ing pains expei i-cri..cI by dyspepi-ics .lier eating- Queen Street, l-iamilt.n,. with Coacl House,
and although it at ti}it caused- occasional dizzipes Stables. &c.
it quickly disa.fpper. d n ,iy conteiiinLigi its iuqe. Apply to
My dngestioiu I now alu,.t prfl cr, aid Ie l J gr,.l- S. H UNT,'
ly benefited. H .,.... (' i- ln I,

yours, n .i rILlirl.-,.l
No. 333 ,WPt 3i2ald st., ,\Nw York Cty
NEw YORK, Fl-.., 3 188. S,
C..Johnson, M.D.

DEAR SIH,--I take pleas-urr in rccrn iu-ln-g
you.IiNDjiN BLOOD. Y-tn UP s , ,.ile
remedy for Dy-pprau. 31y wif,- h ,s n111-I.. sr .i
er fram periodical d -p,-ptic attack-. .il ai.r. u.,
acute nature for uver 5 yeais. During ,t-itI, a- .;.s
death would almost be a relief to ha'r. *it- wa.,.
prescribed for by several alcos wVihout iffec't.
NoeIrmagg gvp- he', relief umil he obtairaj-d a ,O iar
of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its erflc'a
were wonderful and she is now entirely cu-ed. It
is a medicine that no iaousehiold should be without.
No 261 West Hlouseen-St., City.

BERMUDA, June Sih, 1880.
DEAR SIR,-This is to certify that I have found
nioregood in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any'Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepia
arid Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from

Sole Agent for Di.rmuda,
Water Sheet, St. Georges.

6th Ft-bniry, IS.2.-ttf

PL ,

~-H4Z- A
~ 4,
its IIi~

House and Lot,
'i',,wn o/ Hamilftoil,

ai'r 'at. liel .1-..e api y to
Il -.. i n, N -i. ', i ait.
O to I he Lipt.oriuli, for (.'Iltliug tof tVeiy
; d -.': ijati.:.*i.

SRolbt. G-. Lee & Co.,
(.OmimliSs|oi g.- 'citaiI' ,.
a3nd r SSURA.t 'E I/ AOKE/.'S,
18 Lea ki LIh; l treet,
Personal atte alon 1V1. t, (.') I nU,) si Jieint. of'
Permuda PRODUCE and the lihng of Her-
: udiari orders.
April :-.0, 18r1.

A -K your OGiu-r fri ar L., IlYLAND'S

For Sale,

aW A YtG'
To arrive by the Ste-:na-r Baut' on 12th Mtay
p roximn).
These "Wai'ons were <'built at the FLact.ory tof
J. MI. DeWolfe., HaliTax. N.S., esxpre-ely faor
Beriru'lae. Price moderate. Terms accoim-
lod.ating to:, a!.r,,ivel 'p I'.-haserl..
St. George's, April, 1S2.-tf
300 8rITS or' Bovs' Clothiing Sin stock at
0 the Emporium.

For Sale,
HfALF ('h,'l- of OoTu, 'Il ..A-.l-est in ilio
Bls. Good FLOU,,
Do. Do.N M..AL.
Ba,es (BR. \N DI)am!n F'li
B \CrIN .1.,
"2 i'ors \Ve-t ol I yav l ;nz:tie" (0 llice,
Ha1-law ioni, \l:,rel 14, 1.32.

Evelyboly wants it. but very few gn-t it.
because most people do not, kini how\ to.
Select cottf-i-, or it is spl.:il-ed in thie r.,ast-
ing :or king. To obvi:at:. th:s,.. ditrfi-l.
ties has l:,.:-n our study Tlhurb.:r's lpak -
age eut.ees are. selected 1y an exsprt who
rtunderstandls the tart of bl. ndina- variui-t
tflivolI'. Th,'ey Mie rOa,-ted1 in the in '-;t
p rf'ect lan.tIrLi -r (it is iimpos.siblM', to roast
eL ll in s imail qi..11titit -, thi.t.- put in
po.un d I u:ck;-ges'f I ,,AA o, / ,i..,ai,/, )
be:-ing our .igwiLatire aN, a guatrantle aot
g intitne ess, and ea! .l pa,- cka-.aecointil.ii.itiae
Thiel iherr.l-ipe for IakiiJi;goodlCtff:ie. V k\
pa': k t wo kinds. Thiurbt-r'"-r a j." -r.:.iti
and i pungent; Thurber's 'No. I," Imiild
S anl rich. One or thi- therer will suit every
taste. They have the tir,--e gia-tat points.
l :io at ,laha..t, /L,..a est.. a/ra ti!/, rl/ i ....a I t, -
a' >.-. Jm-" I/I.a' Grocer for Thurber's
jir4t,d ( .t.. -r in 1at,,i! .l.i, r. .. y" A'. ;34"
: lt' .V. I'." Do nuott be put off with any
other kind your- own palate will tell you
what is ba,.,t
Where Pa-rsons desire it. we ialo furuish
the '" i, ,'l Coffte-pot, the silmpl,.st, bes;
a,, cheaptest (,,flfe-pot in existelne..
: : a,'.rs who sll our Coffee keep them.
A sk tor deserilptive circular.
lRespecttully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
JB Roasters, New York.
P..--As the larest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the wuo i.1, we- consider it our in-
terest to manuftaet1ure only pure and
wholesome Ieodors and pack them in a tidy
andl satisfaa:totvy tilUina_-. All goAls
b.S-aine., o-r iii ue a're- guinai at.. ad to be.
of superior quality, pi. r '.ir a b ,:
and dealersate autho iied to .I ,U:'id the i
purebhaxe price in any tase whelti custom-
ers have cause for' diss~atift'action. It is
therefore to thl- interest of both denl:li.-i
and coinstinr.nirs to use Thurbers' ,1l,,-..

Bran's Eec ic Belts.
Di Briyan's Electric Belts.


Chronic Nervous Disea(es, Nervous Debilily, Phy.
sical Prostration. Brain Tioublet, Paralysis
Spinal Comiplainis, Lun, Di-)i.rders, impotency,
Liver Comnplhinl., Dy.spv:pin, Rheumatisrm,
Headaches, Femalc i.'ouiplaiit, PrInuature De-
cay, etc .. ,

Tils woai'e lul discovery in the appli-aiiona o
I Eletl city enables the sutte~er to give silen
tiflc attention to lii own case in accoralance with
N-.iur,-'s laws. The b-Ai acts by aid of the heat
and mrcistur: of the loily and evolve eoitinuous
currents that inluse tt.e sisreni with the vitalizing
elemienm until the dioea.e is ore c,)'iie, .ind a re-
cup'-rative process e-tablithtd.
The Electro-Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
SBinau's appliancP,atrrengtlhetrs ih. n a vous system,
give toce Lo the rirai'i uUadl lJunction, re-
SEtore Inst. or impaired power (it body or mind,
whether <.risinri from acts of inprudeune, sickness
or o\) age.
lllu.-rated! Pamphlis, giving all particulars, sent
S .Ljli..-aticrn. O()rd.:ris received thLough any le-
vpouait., i'atmruissiona house, and in ordering send
'eabnsue ioundi tbc w-.itL anil state the nature of the
?unmf.irat, auC: a suihla.' appliance will be sea, to
eid-r. Addis-4 :s
11 i". 1.,Ti .-r N r.v ,) U.: U
PI HE Emporium is noted f.,r Cheap Cloth-

Cricket ats

Selling at. REDUCED IAT-ES
at tle Royal Gtaz-tat-" 'Stationi.ry Store.
(' % e6 -BA ToS //(Ir//i I ice)
Hamilton, March 1ls2.

Choicest TEAS
in this Market
('in only boe obtain,. rI.lom the Undersigned,
Agent for the '" HIahni. China Tea Comptny,'
at St. George's, viz.:
Choicest J:. o11 3 0 lb.,
Oolono- 2 3,
English Bieakfast 2-6
Souchotng 2!,
Congon 1/i63, 1,'9 in family caddies of .5 lbs. and
lii ls. c-ahalal bearing the Company's Trade
Every Family should avail themselves of this
rare opportunity to enjoy a portion of this
great luxury.

Bermuda Veterinary In-


sideince, HaimILon.
E. R ElID iAll:lCEll, P.V.S., Re iidene,, Il.In-
ilon i'arisl.

\\ il visit t. G(eorge?'s Professionally on rues-
dayd-Office at G. Spurling, EIsqr's.
\ill visit *'o,ierset on Fridays.
Heid 'I., HaniMiltou,.lanuary 2, 1882.

m l i i iiii

St. Georg.-'s, April, 18 '2.-tf -

THE Empntpriun's Berimuda male Pants are
now selling at 17, per 1-lair.
Liverpool, Qulleeill.towii, Loiidon,
TWANTED, a New York.
A G 00o Cook. ENGLAND, .I ALY. CANA.A,
Apply ( i this ce. ERIN, FRANCE. GREECE.
Apply i iis lic.The STEAMSHIPS of thi lin. ol
T TE ^\ELL RECO IENDELD. TWELVE of the larg,.st stemiae-rs (belonging
Hamilton, lthl May, 18'2.' to one Company) in the Atlantic servi,.e leav-
r,~~ ing the port of New York. They are built ex-
Potatoes OttOeS tirely of iron and stel. except the merely de.
corative parts, ie divided into water-tight
.1 and fire proof coumpartments, and provided
Superior able with everything calutilated to add to their
P A r 0 S safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
PJ 0 A T O E S passengot-gs. The saloons and staterooms (all
S oun the main deck) arc- iunisually' large, I,.t
1 he tlndersignedi has always Oil anl airy. The table and general appoint-
ha:. a full supply ol TI BLE POT,'.,'.O i', nments compare favourablyiwith the best hotels
ill qurlilv sniupt-rior o aily i.i Inrakel, aind at inli E gland.
,ii tc, 's c,'cl'' co; gl!e.toliumn. One of these steamers will ,ail from New
l'l; ,L ri, '. r F.- to Al'iy nnd Navy York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
(AN E io.N .r a r .\! -aSEs. Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
AN 'E.NI. E.SESi. New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
W. T. .J AM i ES, i currency : -To Que.-nstown aind Liverpool,
42 Front Sireet. .o0 to s70. To London direct (Victoria Dockcs)
li umilto., )nO tler .3, 18.1. 550 to si60; excurriou tickets 5 00, currency ;
Steerag(e passage $'1i). currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, '71 and 73 Broadway, New York.

i New i ork, ,January .1882.
it 111017 U, L C CHOICE [ERFPU-
RI.11lIEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
11. tonic and re.'reshing adjunct to tie 1ilei aind
alh, a reltying i ceit and apowerfulI disii:;cura,t.
For warmn climales it i irvalin-ble.
R1il1ME1'S. JOCKEY CLUB and oilier fra-
grant Perfulnes.
give, tlhe hair a I.. -'iutiful ,loss and unip'tls an
narp, ii., r rnole.s O I 0 he litad.
.AL1IOND, LETTUCE, CO L-TAI:, .to.) ile
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakeQ.
boxes, barrels anid packets.
HIM. EL'S .AtUADENTINE, clean,, whiten-
and p)reserves heo teeth, relie--Ies the mouth, and
.weetenri the breath.
tural .ir p|Irillr r,a ragrart Powder thicli diffusea
tle hI-rllthy ad r: I'freshing emanutiioni of the Pine
andl Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RI I L .li L, Perfumr--r b\: ppoinment to Il. K
Ii. I'riinc.-.s or \' ales, 9J, MSiraimid, London, and 17
Bunl' t:ri i da J tlltheni, I'ua .,
51,ik\ 29, 1k 77.
C'..4l.. drink. r-a -li-uldi ro-;d thel. a verti,'ema.nt iu
.aruther r.Cjlinuu hi.:adl (.,, ,',,t.
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
For Public 8ehools,
HTariiltou, April 25, 1882.

Custom Entries.

Agreements for Laitdlord and
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, I 'c.. 0Jth, 1.-58 .

.." AY, 1882.

>. .
V f'itIARKS.

Q3 I. 2 *5 0 6 54 6 I 18 Jamaica Mail due
21 W. 0 6 54 7 1 b QueenVict. 1) 19
.5 h 4 59 6 55 i 541
'2b ri 4 59 b 56 9 2 42,
Q7 ''at 3 59 6 57 101 3 30
28 8 4 59 6 57 11j 18 Pentecost-Whfit
-*9 Ao 4 .59 6 57 12j 13 6 [S'aaday.
First Quarter Moou, 24 day, 8 bour, 22 minutes, P.M
1'iii L 1 I, tlIU A io. ai. ( ,AZE. I'rF. ias published
everI Tiu ,davuy by DON.'LD M'I'HEC LEE,
Prirter to the Quoeen'% -ost Excellent
', je.t..v,
A'i illS OFFICE,
:.N th-iwe 'ornerof R' -ei J and Burnaby $-:treets,
l aumilt.oiin,
Where iBlanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
pitiled at Ieth sliourtest notice.-Agents
St. feoiri-es for the( Raqul Gauelle, Messrs.
!GEa,.-E BorYLE & Suw, West End, Water

JUnited States .1lail Stean-ers,

LE.AV" N'WiV Yolt K

IALV-iKA Tue.avy, M.irch 21, al ti-30 a.m
NEVkADA ali 1'00 p.m.
A !IZONA April 4, at 5'00 p.m.
SAB\"I|NI.A II, at II t.0 n.m.
,1 V.TS.iNSIN '' 1., at 5 li) p rm.
i .L' L K 25,:at. I, In 1 31 311 ..,,.
SmY' ,".JINi; M' lay 2, ati 4- 00 p.m.
I AlIZON.A *" 9, at 10-'1)J .i.,
I ho above .Steauers are I.muill express, 1f,'.
the Trade, have i'.v wa:uerttight bnilkhe:aid, and
carry experienced 'ti-cers, S.r'Aeons arii S te'i-
r.hrJ -e-.. Tihe.l,.. A:ron uodationsare un-
t s'ed :tn,' \t illailic eSluamners, aind thi
.'"tate -.)ws a;. o:n 111 il decrlk ulpeiiin-i intm tie
j 1iuo)ri h. -.; ;at-, rirg lhat great comfort ini
(..t-c an travel, Pirf'ct :niiilation and lig-ht.
Smoking Room, Bath liRoom and Piano uu
C.L h .-team ler.
i The U. S. .iarl Statnr '" Orinoco" l'ro, n,
SI'. r,ud, Tiurr-.days, generally ai rives at New
Yurk ona 'ondays, andii Puacengers' lb.ig2-ae ':inii
ltaij- errcd irect to ie Li erpool StL-AtuLI.r
sailing ie t da;y.
i Y29) Broadway, New Yorlk.
SNew tYulk, IhaMrech 9, \1 62.

z ,. r2,~2 Tss,

.d LLL

is confidently recommended to the i public as
an iunfailing reined-y fo'r wounds of every des-
cription ; a (ct.rtain rehledy for tilf!eriated le(-
burns, s:-ald:l., bruises, chilblains, scorbutie
eruptions, al!, pimples on the face, sore and
inflamed eyes. sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It alao entirely removes the foul smell arising
trolll ( C'a lcer.
Sold in pots, 13.}d., 2s. 9d., 4s. (id., IIs.,,
'nd 22s. each ; anid his
PI L1L.JE L .'l'EI-WO'! :tPSgIUL.E ORg

Proved by mor,'t than sixty ye'-rs' experience
to 1):-- one of the best rii.licines for pIuritfying
there blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior fainmly
ape"rent, which may be tak,-n at all times
without ,',ontinement or Obange of diet.
: old in Boxe, at 134d., 2s Od., 4s. (3d., 11s.,
and 22s. each.
Prpn-- ed only by BEAC & BARNICOTT,
Bridport Doiset, F nglan.l, and sold by all
Medicine Yendors.
vi. aeelI-o n ag n iisa! F'I, 41,'.
AT T',.i-; ; 'T I )Di.RlTIh ;, t' .1 IES
Crar. be uoitaed tromn the
of Lomnloi,
3e.' til the llor:pise Eatt.bhlishe.d -nd W ealthie t
a Ifft.-sint Great Britain.
Through the t lN', lH OFFICE in bhese
l[ a1.ni10 af vi.g is efleeed to the Insurel
of the StSol'up Dulj. a very considerable toni.
fIs:,KS taken lioth 011on EAL, and PERSONAL
p'l.: 'l- uI'l'\' !or .3, o '.r I -av.rlhs.
N... FEES -.nd no C .lil (for Polici-s.
N. A. ,U, '1' IE FF(-. I),
H iira ilton, .::eptemther 9th, IS .f.

Fo, Sale,
At "'Royal Gazette" Statiouery -tor ,
Hendrie's Petroleum Patent Soaps.


%,LlallIL:VL.j JiMle. .1-IMulic(A)

I &pplement to the "ermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesd -y, May 23, 1882.

F.i'oils (he lUiatI i alitt. ni'1d Eurolpe.

T ih ,M ,il t:,iiier .. '.! .1. r ,'.is.r, tr.,nt
N I-w Y -,,i- lt i mv. h.ft .-,t tl-, '.Il f. hour ..1
T li.-- l.ty aft. -'ni....., 1 i-t .cr; '.:, .,': I.-r Iw h rf iu
thli- T ...'ii o:,u S it, l y .i t ..I,.',,t 4 .'.l,:,,:k.
W ,. ct. in.1...t.,i i,, C:l Vti' Vt, r..iud M r. Pin-
I-r 1 ul,,ut .or N -ew -.,rk 1,i,.. r ..,' t''- in-,
st int.
Tie s, ir. h f.r th,: :,r----in- ...t L L Fi-.-rik:
C. li Z ;,'-- 1. M r. VP.nrI- ttiI'l ., ltit. Lt.--.. w ith1.,1r
,..i .. .. T he. l ,. ,e i' .,:e ' -e *'** h d o,,th
t Liv.-r!,..l 'awl w Yrk.

Tihe I ad I Pt. ,..' Pr. .,r,or- r i, e .!,iie Pa ti,'r .-' u
Air. A.',., '-,-7 .1 'tI .. .',, I/ r,. int t d -' Vo t,- N
Mitit / .io ,ji '-. .' ,; '. ', i.t '.,I,- 'ternt f I '.-ne.'"
P.,i3. Miy M .-i--' irh-, te nIl.h.mbpti.- n of a .'-u-
,il itorv p.oli.. y 1"y M r. 'l ,I-.-rI uor the sh. kin. ;
-- i tit t Lordi F,.t.i.eii. k I'-t.re1u li-h id] Mi.
Ji;u. I: t-.o-' i" 10 hivet ii a- w -' .lit-i d the pro-
.:,r'a.i, ,t I te L -t.-I Let a'. I .mi a l.iu-: c-tn-
vcr-..ii..'_ n irh M r. E in ti' ittu-ritr,-oun, int the
C --. f w ,ici! I repe-.ti:,'ly i -k, .l himt whe tht r he
i .il' ilu ,!i or tih.- L .-'r .,ilt, i:.-ly w ..u lJ n.-,'
f--.! i' :a ,hd i to rtep lin1t'- : 1ud e u l mnn the ,i,--,.~
.t- _. '-. M r. E.s-sn iti th i t hte .',ld not -ee,
aL-, u .. .ity f,- r ri.-p'-lii inig: them. No out iu l his-
s--,.s' w..,uld ,bar-r the L.'agu- wirl th tern. '" They
will be a ,'rat ibl -w to t- fr.:,n wlhttevi.r pint of
i\ '- W- ? r,-."rn t.h-l.t ," ,'it;ulr M r.
I 'l' .--.. -. -... ninati :-as tire ,ioeal,,r.,bl.."
** M r P.i t .11 will p'-wiibly tl -i'k ii n- -. it -.iry to
l,- ,i.,, -spi0. it thian y.i d.a I' wilati. tn.y I
'k, d,.i v,- u attrihilut? th'.- :,-- .-in ti .n I -e th:i t
tli" '' UiWiie-c.'" set th clu .' vil t I the e-. et .jei/e-
ti:s," the if .,rre'-poude- t.
l'i,,ii is no-t my .pirtin. I hae tlh.,uht a greitt
det.i! :..,tt thit iitmatter, .iltiliu .'h of c-.:ur-e I hive-
i' i .-.rt:,iu inifornaii .:a i On or the .al-j...-t, ahdl I ..sI unn :t
but rtin!: that they ar.' the work of inulivi.-du- fa-
niiti..-, tliot rumay h'ive br- n cr--u il p.t'.er-..-y, aet-
il.; ,iu .A sudden impulle.. That the .-riiie .tun be
trac,-ed to any l'.titit-il orga',iz tiou I do nt be-
li:v,." rpli.-d Mr. Er-tan.
After all tihat h11-i; happened. dti you intn'ud tot
e:ntiiinue the agiitation ?" certaivly; the L-agu.e will c'utinu- th:,-
ageit.a i-n openly."
"* Whatt will you do if a policy of r prev;iuu i'
adopted '?"
Ireiland is u-,.-d to ra.pres-iou. It has kept the
uati-..nal spiritt alive. Nothing would, be more' dan-
g'er'.i.., ti Ireland than a ilounrterm aif p.ici,-r."
." -:'.. Mr. Gl( will htve gained nothing by
con -iliation P"
The. number of ouitr-i','es will be diminishe.l by
p,'e -t er.r:nce in a e:e-nili:tory p.,hi-y, if the G.iv.rn.-
jLent hLa,- the coturaa'e tm per,-vere."
-'You are ple'.:d.,l to i-,tLiri ne the a -it 'tion : but
,e ...u still it air':-o'd with Mesrnr.. F:u-nell. Dillon,
a ,i,'1 D.i itt, on thi- point."
*I l iEvt' 6Iey rea-s'n to:. believe so."
I- tl, It n.-rely your opinion, it i. i toinde.d on
atythin._ definite which w' the supposition
"I live letters from Mr. Dillhou which warrant

Yt \ui will neverC be 1 i-ititi.d, I suppoi-e, till you'
havehat'i',i-i iudepeu.e-aee t,'
Iul.-pet.,'"'-n'e? in 1-u-in fortsim or other."''
S I hi tr 'ithit Father Sh-eehiy meditat,:. a iLeturu
to Amueri-nt."
e !id plior to Mr. Gla.tio"ne's change of front
the uth.-r day, but L imuovenient. are now un-
cert iin."
Your a.n''rr.-p'.:p1,-iut her dr-w -Mr. Eg an's ntten-
ti..u to th( ntaanifeiet of Messrt Part-Iell. Dillon,
and Ii. vitt which hid juil appeared in the Par.m
ev-ni .: ii_ ipers, and ake-.I lhimf w"l.tther hL- would
lave.sit.ed it, had he hb.n r,:qaested to, or whether
blie thl 'ti-- t the te-r,-,ii. u;:rl in it t : ':. ,troug. M'r.
E :-,tu I1.I: E 1 sli' htly f.-..,ti-rl(:d a th-_ mua if-:st...
'" Huw..v,.r," he o, dde.l, I aho,,ld have ,igne.l it,
as the unite; :-f Mi c-s-. Parnell, Davitt, and Dil-
lon w.-ei at th. f..,ot."

LONDON. May 11.-In tIh- Hosle il (Coliluous .in \V i nciiiurt. lIImule : -e etl.'ry, i.tlr',-
duiced, the Bill fir thie R';/re,.i-Fmi ..I! rime? in Ire-
lantid. Tin- bill lmprovid,-, in ,l' i.-s w,-r, irdinaryv
la\i i- nt uberv.-il, Tmciti! trihibunal, cu.isting ot
thIree- jul- o, to be I- ail"'i ited I-y lithe L-.r.] Lieutel;-
a:tl, to tr) c.'3ris u ithor t ti jury. The ju.tligtae t ,i
the court iuiUr-t he uuonniiit.aiii.. An ,appe-m' cani be
I -le to tlhe Sutpreme C'iurt, the juj.lgmet tf the
)atter t.: hwb given by a majority tt juidgte. The Su-
prewi.'- C.tlirt nint dimiuiish, but fcais-am t in.:re-ise, this
severlt of seinteuene. Parliament wvill be a.l,hed to
priuvide special remuneratiojIt ior specidI judm-ge.
Tih- bill also gives p i'ver tn tsearch'u fI.ur r-eret apparn-
ti i.f murderr, ucih ats anin, ihireaterinig letters, etc ;
pt'wer ti eulter hliu-es by d tiy or nihbt under rwar-
raint o:'f the Lsord Lieutenauti; pumm'er to arrest per-
SOilt prow.litng abi.ut ati night and tinuable' to give au
a,:,iuAt *t. themselves, whI, atie lai he dealt t ith
inniuatilv ; p.anver to arrest straunger-, as ctrites
ar, gr'n-'i'ally coiminiitted by foreign etuiR-.aries, their
hb..tpitility ,it Eugland no' being, fr 'orueli persons
as tie agents i of 'Dmuo:)vru Ri!sa ; and lMower to
r'imov.'e lore'igii:rs coutidered danige'roiu tI peace.
The Go.verniment, th-ret,:fre, iLtenid to) reIvee the
Alien A,':t. Secaiet societies ara to be treated suminar-
ily, atd mi'.imb'aur.-bip the ef will constitute au fi-
tence under this Act Caas lof aggravated asaulf
ato in, be dealt with iu a suunnary niaitth''r. Power
it, givw'u ts. repress intinsidation ani uulathinvl meet-
itgt, the latter to be dealt with staisnuarily News-
..iapers cut.iainiug seditious and iiifluntatiiry tniatter
arti to b, ij.'-ires-ed aniiid prnprietors required to eu-
ter ialmaore..'.muizatancr- ito repent nf 'nhc *s Ju'ti-
c.'s ea' c-impel theattendinet ol witin-esS's about to
abscjind. 'The Lord Lieutenanit can apij,:int atIditiu.-
ial police where nccesiary, at the cost if the districts
c -nc'rned]. Ca,,npensation fir murder and outrage
\ill be required ot the dis:ricts where they ccuar.
Outraiges are to be dealt with tinumarily by courts
t, counib, o.t two stapen-liary tuagitrates.
Sir W. Harcourt announced that the Govern-
m.-at int-'nded to reserve for cousideration any fur-
ther alteration ot the Jury system. Hie admitted that
this bill extraordinary, but he declared it ne-
c.-esary to meet the extraordinary circumstances.
The operation of the bill will be limited tot three
}ers. The Government would do all in their pow-
er to prevent iunoceitt persons iufferiag from its ac-
tiun. the added that the bill placed almost unlimi-
ted authority in the handsol the Lord Lieutenaut'
and conrluaided by stating that this measure would
shortly be followed by one dealing with arrears of


Lonaox, May 15.-The "Observer's Dublin des-
patch says : From information received it is believ-
ed that the assassius are still in this city. This
conclusion is drawn from the fact that they are
afraid that if separated one would turn traitor.
Information gathered on Saturday shows at least
that twelve were engaged in the tragedy. It is be-
lieved that in the cab which stood near the scene of
the murdering and loitering under the trees were
armed men ready to effect a rescue in case the ac-
tual assas..ins were surprised. The police have issu-
ed descriptions of the four men on the car. An-
olher telegram sayn a car driver from Kingstown
named Bolger has been arrested at Moville and sent
tim Dublin. here is reason to believe that the
assassins had intended to murder eight persons.
The cab drivers of Dublin held a maas meeting
yesterdayy and pledged themselves to aid in the
efforts to discover the murderers of Cavendish and

Burke. It. i un .-O.jld Itht the maj. nity of the
--Tsp-,ts wi.! 1.' r.e-I? .1 nm TwuInsdy. Onu a canister
fi l nu theta railw iy .f the Mifi' H'Muse on Fri-
't v niyhit wi,. an in,.iri'wi...n ,.harv;in: the Loird
M'K -.:. 1ti 1 Iri- '.ii!,ord, with l.eing," theprincipil
. 4.i'piIt f tLi l'r..p rt,t D.- fu0: fun'd. 'the DubliO .e 'o:- t-I s: l .:d t M'.:.ville tha.iti y arec on-
tsir Mdrh 1t 1..l'-i;, w ,, w.', 'a .rst l it th it plai.? to-
d tiy i',:t', t. I 'lit Ll.-,d anivl at Limeri,:k
,a "iz.!tIy tf-., u Dihbida. Exti.i'o, iiuirwy
were tr.k-a f., r li. fet'ry. A e.:.rreipudenit cys
thonew co.3 ion illl hsL l' l the syoip ithizerst
of the Irih people and there is no lonyor that
rclidin"i.sW tonaive .ritn.:e ad if.ormai .n to, th,
authoiitie, in th-ir ,.: r.:h i Ir : '' ut.'.in. The
E-rl and (C."uit...-- Spe,..:' r ten't., .1 Diviun i ervi:''
it <.',iap- r,,y 1. Dubliu, .ia iu. L ly. Thay w.-r
- ..e t.! thi .th by. a 't-'I:hm :ut .:.f D:a-.).io r., and
wA 0- c. ili lly r ..-ir. I iy tl' .: ib i.:'. R -eferw,: -.
w:v r r I ti lh trl i 'ly in rio-t ,of the (?hiur.?!ii .
a i" C p.' 1-- i Drll.liu.

In, ledi r ',' *,.i- n..- P ,.,t A t.I .-, R' pressivil
L..::n..N,. M ty 16. iutt, lu[.ld the Ar-
;.w n -, Bill in trhe ..., .- I- .r t.-o: ni ; he ex.pli- n-
ed.[ that the. ill w iti,:- t.:, t. nan. - 1of ,.l.
';-rir lth ', \-!u iti.,n Bill i- to h. itlminiilte. :.1 by
L in C.o..nni-i.:.,i. hi.b will 1." a -i-te. hby a
;'ounty (.'iurt Tu.1 .,-., b f. ,\'h.,!, th.-j t-u.ut w ill
be obli,,. toj ;- ;eo iuatiliity to p,.y c rreat. Either
lirndIlor I r i- : t a'iv a[,l- t,. ''''nrni.i'n. Theu
Bi l o,,l I d1^-'l- itl, t :,y e.- .ir,- ,,I,, AM ,l 'i,.:.i uir,.l
th. ten i t to p'y- ,n' yen's ti ua Nv ,
IN %, t,, N.:. ., :,L. W 'hei tlh is plid th,- wh.l h-
.f thi r"in dtling- 'tare 4.s will be 'iau:.'-ll.-:di. The
"o-rum-ent will out ibuti.-h r,-Smniin ion.- e
y ul's i.: t froi thlj',.- of tleh- Iri- I Chai h
,iurl..lus fuinl,i it c tiimntt l tt. an,..unt 'of whi'.h
is 1 1,'>, i,,',, T r, 1. r i n.:o r,. ,:.:n to b, i.-re tban
'he ,.1-im ,i..n the: (G.:.vrrt -ant' exceed two,- rnilliou., ith remiinxinO a half million will
I.tem:,l,- up frr.m h.- (-,' -..-li.t- .e.l fun.l. The pro:.ress
of the- Bill will dtlp-i a.i up i the p-.'-,re-,i of the
Rcpr. -.i'ou Bill. whi,.h't be di-pl.aci..:d.
'The- "D.itin T.* I. -r.iph" s.iy a f.'ni .l protest
fr.nm a u!ml."-r ,f It i-!f .ut i'ges auainewt c.-rtain pr>o- R -pre-'.i.,u Eill h a bt:-s-wn ra:eived by the
Government thr:.iiotg Etrl Spea- e-. It re.-ommnuds&
tth' etupowering of spe.:-ial juries to return a rer-
,lit by nmajojriy instead *.f prrop.)s.-d sp-.:iilt Com-

Mr. G'idatle' I i-t P'o'i,.j- ri.,-st.t I;it,' with the
Releas-.'l/ Ssper/s-.- A Warm Deb.ite-Mr. Hiad.-
sl..,ne ex.cite.{- fr't ',;' triJ s.
LosrON, MA'y lI.-During the debate in th,
Honue of Conmn on-I 1'-it night rEvelations were
made co.?eriiug thhe tri1usartions prle.e,:-ding Mr.
l'aruetll's release.
Mr. O'She' explained that e h.-.l eut,:rcd into
Corrt-.poni:ldeu.ce with Mr. Parnell anui various metm-
b.r.i oft the (Gov-rnuiinTint at his own instaine.
Mr. Forster iE td a iemoranduui he had drawn
lp .t' a ..,,iVesiti'a with Mr. O'Shea the day
aft:r the latter h d \ i.,ited Mr. P.uin.ll in Kilmn.iu-
h:iau Jail, in whi,.I Mr. O'She. .;aid that if tilhe
Land at was amended, a..i M. Paru-Il d irm-d the
counop'racy or orgauizatiou which had been used to
get up Dv.y-otting and' o*tr ags wuhldt be used to.
to Put the'i dlown i ; thIt thi'r- woul,1 be union iu
the Liber:l pirty, aud that Air. Paiietl i hoped to
*-.'t Mr. Sh<-ridu bja:-k from abro'md, ,is he woni., be
sl,': to put down couspirl.-y nor aitailionu in the
Wet, betiu-. acu.iiunte- with aill ir- d2 tiils.
Mr. F..r..r.-r's memn''.rinulum informed the Cabin-
et that the f,'.gin; d:. -iipltin :'f Mr. Sheridin
wan. quite triiu'. ir. h. cri.ldin v;r i the lati of
cluting the p".ii uund:r v.tri.n-: d-6l uike, p..iu
b i. kwtrd and forward froni Mr. E;an t.i the out-
r i.' runi :..g'.:- in tihe \ :t. ."1r. .iil h,
t'..-lt r ; Mtr th r .:o ti....t.rion ha .w uld hav,'
wr'tlit_ n' .,r,-' t. ,., w irh r!T ...,r; tri., .. (Loudl
i_ p.,i i..itni .. he .. -.]
Mi,- .-. Yt. ,-. i, .! Fn.. P u-11 .l,.ni.-d that they ha.l
-pok-u lt. .Iu : I in. M r. Sh ti. .ini andti
-.Hd th,.y w'a.r- rt .t v,;e th t hie w.i c..nmuetn-.l
with outntraeq.
Iu the H..e -e of C..rman thi, .t'fternoonu Mr.
GlC .l-ttou.:, ,p'I il'."- ti a r'-equ-.t oif Sir Staft,.,il
North,:,t,. fr firrher iitf..rrn iti..u reg'.irdin;gi nc-go-
ti tti,., % ith :-,? rs, r.iitr',rc.l th t it v ., unot
'juducive t. l iw au-.l .ir ler t.:. e iplaiu the .. it-iiln.
He .nai-d it vw.a the duty of the (.overunmeut, neitl.-r
l.diiilu-, t tithe- nr-ht u, r th.' hItit, to :,pen the p i-in
,' ,,,,. lie Ii '.i hal no :.n mnni lui:.iti.t. with M r.
P.irLi'U:l, ani tih.-r-re nO'i ut ofi,:i tL c''.mmuuiicatiou-u
nor -tipul.ti,.,u.,
Iu t:)u-'.ei"- .u' : .. "'' r. Gi! ,idt': ae's answer, Mr.
Arthur Bilfour '.Co:ns'rvative umemiber for Hert-
fird) uw'tved tlih a',j aurnment '.tf the Hlouse.
Mr. B.dtoI'tr c. ti-. th" ..nupit. wit the .u-.pecits
was unexanipl'lt in iufamiy.
Mr. Gl'adt...ue, ii''.l- inug with great pisiou, de-
clared tNiat lth:-re a ts un.t : wurd of tiuth ini the
charge that a.t enuip i.-t Xesite,d isd th.t, .e;h ae: u-
-,ati'>ns were a di.,pairt:e to this.e mnt king them
Mr. Balfourm d-: ..intd tlh.t ths.- taiteaenrtsn of Mr.
(Gladctoue might b -verbally, but they
wAvre subh t"utt.lly' inu,--.-urate.
It was thi-" reiairk that esx:ite-d Mlr. (ladstone'sL
Ar. Ch.niberlaiu, tpre-idel.t of the Buord of
Traide, istl t: I that when Mr. Paruell was released
from pria-.n he was absolutely, uunaware how the
Government meant t.. with tljl-. arrear, of rent
and other mquei iouns.
'The debate wa-s cutinued until ,'<5) o'lclock,whenu
it ]aps,'d in a:ie'ordanc'e with the rules.
Sr. Si.taitiord Nortlheote', cloiung the disussioin,
s:tid he thonujht thar fu'the: r iuf.-rn ition was ue-
cesi-ary to .ho'v that no sunbmii'-.iou had been mnade
to the pow>.- of the Land Lea.'ue. Ir.-land, ab,:ve-
all, require' to know th:lti she is governed.
A icturu of the ourr.Iges in Irelandu for the filat
qunrterof theo year .h')i, that their: were sis mniur-
ders without a 'ingle conviction. Altogiether 1,417
outrage-. were committed, for which ouly fifty-one
persons were apprehiuded Of rhese tweuty-one
were convicted.
Mr. O'Rourke, Mr. Egau's partner, Mr. Moloney
and niuy other suspects were released from prison
late I tst night.
It is ofi.ially announced that the story publish-
ed in the Paris Jlenr.u/ Diploa'tiique that Eaglaud
addressed au energetic remminstrauce to the United
States Government against the proceedings of
Irish-Americans is untrue.
LONDON, May 17.--Chatsworth Houe is being
watched nightly, owing to, the appearance of sus-
picious looking men in the vicinity. It is statvo'
that a parcel of explo'ive.-s has bect-u received there.

E,t, o,- I JO.'il G,":ette.
SIR,--The Hans.ilton C'orporation Eugineer,. are-
asLain at work on the Hill le-ading up Burnabyt
Street from Front. Doubtless this attack ou their
raill will rieult in raising it another foot. Thid
hill isi now sev'r.-l feet higher than it was two years
ago. It in certainly unfair to those doing bu.sine,"s
in Reid Street that thi.. barricade should be further
raised against them. Why not put a drain under-
ground, to) run a,-ross Reid Street on the Eastern
as on the Western bide of Burnaby Street: this
would doubtless remedy the trouble.
Hamilton, May 22nd, 1,82.

The Telegraph's correspondent at Paris reports
that English and French ironelads will proceed im.-
mediately to Alexandria.

rip i it t.h" t.,-.l ,].,.-:, at Tro'--.:t ,.u
W ',ln sId y IT fti M .\', 1 -2,,- up I.y S. r't-.
th RI oy, i' : ,aw l S .:'t? of th- R,. .val I !-;' !
R iifl.,, tl -- nl t It i. t.vit ,.-r ,l '.i.,ld iu one Irt in'i -- .
Thl wt..iatl r b-iu- -..iC:- whL it i -t thi-. previivi,, il.i ,
rn ,.i> th,: ,- 1. 0Un 1 1l r.,th ?r ,.y. :Iud1 -we wer., iu n Jo l.'t
aIll th,. ;it.rur ii- ...f i'V.,.li .1-d l y-.vy,:1tj-rtlh,. un t:h w,:,lhl
,,i.' : '.f C t i11, l.itt t!. r ,in l:- .i, ott f,-.r a ieut l..-
't I,,;ir, 1, for-1- ... the ..n -'h n it- ure ,t he .,l
,,i m :,l-.:,rli,.l th-,- w ., .r left ..u th:e rf.i... -,.. t ,t
by i .j t "it .tii li- r':r- pit. h..d aud the. -,' ,
,.ArmiLI. l,..:.. Iu .:r v.ry nut v o, l.J.1.M .ir.:,n -t in-, .,
Th, :.I \\ ., ry exr itin l. ,one, lmo f-:t ,:f the
,i 'r- -A in. ir. 'J.-i t -7witt th.- iit, ai l 1i
r1.: fi-! 1l. ('ol. .S -r-'t. i r ll., liy, A,..r:r. i t. r
Tailor H '-crit i na S,'l- r... (..l..v a l Byrnii-, ir-' t.
I .-,:. u i.:n i ...I t..r tl [' I- .. Ill= t l.. .w linu i. ill.
-'.. l. -.t. \W dli.,in-, S,-.-' Bi. kloi :-, R.M .. ,u.i
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t ,ii- l t t.r i .kin .- -.n. i- .1, '1 1,: .. i, t. ii. o.,,_ I'.
Ferry ..i-.1 .- i. rrit. R.M ., w :'.-1 \i :r-y Si- ,p-
,it th. wV.' i.. t-. i i..-in -il v.. rl.y t lirl-,:- work f.r t!r.,
1...u -t. l, T i.' r.- E .r- .In.-' x. Al t 1.tiu.- t i
whi. ih Mir. .Ji.:.-t.,u., F.tault.Iit r, nf H. M. S.n
N.,rth t0 > tl 'I," m ,1l- .1 very *..... s, :.>re of 4,, in
whi.-h ;,.-' :ur-, -2 (.. mt l -1 -' w :rin h i-.i--. .:''' 1 .
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the. l.itt..r im kinr-.' n., e *o'.':-.- ur,. iu.1
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I"ii-'t t," w a- .'i-r u! w 'i ; ilj n, w h .u 1 tI" l -
thu ..- th,.-:,. Th... h It 'ii,,uy w.,- k.-]>t w.-!l -.:iti-%.
the priu. ip.l .-, utril.,'t,.rs b-hii.- Q. M .-... t.
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S.t n 1i nu tuv I. ;ratl..: ,. kit'- 1, .:i i
iu rr, .ie,.l t u,.,11 .:: 1.,t.. .: fit' th. -.. -
rietie-, .n i -"t "-- i ly u...ti... iiale th Lh'i r.- it fi,,-,-
hti. tiwt-T,,: : .. t'.ir t! ,.-. a atiftul nt, i Vt ,. i fc-
tn -e :.,l,.,i ;i I ,till i, r t .- i.r : I : n.i. l. -'il,. -
pix t a .r ki n .l u-' ilitin -, t.s nil-riLn tl.,- i -i'.-,
.le-ir 't ,ll t.r rh ,. h.. i n o y w.,n l tn e n d th. : i t' i s ii
tt.i .. t'iit !intrka.-' -.t T t. re. m.-i.u-..,tin h r ,ii' l- t1 t ,.: -i
pi.:idlly 'o unte, I .rm i tNhWi i. l.: to: t itr.-tiIurI' .- t...
th:,-, "h.' L'rtO frtit.t tli r th,' i pltt.u ,oin -? r th,:
li, .:-l :itlh;' r k. i rll-- in, ilmuir l -', r .o f t i -Ii- -
l ,ieli. ,."y f tl ,wo r. H..wr:..-c. it v.ry fi.-..n,:ntly
htplp,eu that th- s i vrty .I.-r kind- fo..r nei ! ,ir, al: -
-.f t ," %.:-, :' t t r rivat, t r.l. -C-t -...u. \, .i ti -,
ci'. .inii w, m ,re ._'..od ,1n litt..- thl jthrs. Oi lii -
fil larm!- l :rr]ie. iun l.:.! .,11 .,,... thlh- m-, -.,-,t, ,_.
-,v. r 16 l .1 f,'.., i',:-oliu l. ., .1 ..t i..1 ..rilli t .- .r-
1-t .:ol,, rinu It i- n. ,t t., l.,: v.-,..w ler .1 ,it tl.a t -..tu,..
pe I :m ...f u-.ii:lly, i ii-' t Iiti ,- ,f i.eeli ar.- tr.-I
wlontly 1:t1 inti la niuiI-' i nty ,au ,xelo i -"'
delilht at ~,:tini.. ofe of the fiue-t e-te:impe .ns. Of
the w:w,-r kind-, th it ir.- .ttr'.,.ting ti- mou-.t ;tt-u--
tion, I w ill ii,.nti._n rh:. f,,t.,i n.--' :
.i-,,, .,,.', e.--TMii n,:. variety has two or tht--.
n erits that li'v unl!:e it o,-n, of the ii,,st p,:, il ,, -
ftr.wl,,-erri.- in the .:.iintty. O Le ..*f th,:--" i. ti .
, ,: 1:.iility ot tlr- planh t f,.,r ir,',la,.irn fmu-:,r ;' ,-, ,,f
,o,,,,.I ->i. ,i i.: crn:-. o,,n p-oo"y -,ils, vwi !-
,,.lr,:ely ;uy, .,,th.r \.rietie-, or :v,..u w,:,:d-,, w.,,.il '
thrive. It i- w,._l !:u...; n h.., the w rt.tirtnm ..,Ln .*, i
t., ,,{tti-.i h ; ui .l .x Ir i.:t u .. .-tii _re tr,,Ih .-.,n ..l 1 :-,-
anl thi tr., -. .-r. y ,pp.- ,r- t,., h n ,-, ,. tihi ,' .,f
tli,. ru, ,- power. iu tMl .,:,:out thir. v.n'ir.ty i i"
aIl-..,[.,r,:,v, \, ry ,, -ll,.. ;,r t ,_: Soutt,, w ,i.t- -... p .
kind-.d,., ut -,n...->e.1. Other ,,'rit-- are the fin-
.hii nlin._" .,nd l:e :--i:., .in.liti.+ ,,f thle hrri.:-, th.:
t'rnlt ke.:-piU;" in :i -..,lal,!., 1.n ition a ,laiy or t1 vo
h-inger th u d, us.i ,..t v.,rietie'. Th..- ierri-., ar'. ,.,f
a I.,ri ht re 1 ,ohir, ,f ,.>i, qu.,lity, -ind rip,- t,,ii[

S'l,.ainte .-Thlou-h thii< i., n,:,t a very new vr;..ty
yet it i.~ n.-w t.. rn,.muy per-onu-, uud it n :rit- :,!-.
well w,.,rth ri .,u tiuy_, o>,?,r aud over and'.itn. _.: t-
ter. from e,.,rre pud.i-ut-- re.tch me tfr.:.n '-al p ,iit-,,*f
the eoitu~ry, Irol North ;nd South. r.-lprurin-- fln"
.a,:,',:-e. with it. In sa y- t,-w l,,e.,liti.,. it h!i ,t ,o,
pr,,v:.d J".,-y prod.iu.ti\, the plantt hbtiu..n "rown too
thickly t .,.: their, >,r ,.,n u1nti ta1l:e ioili ; I'.tt. t-v n
then, a v.,ri-ty th, t produ.:.e b,?rries ine:tirino"- ,tii
the w.ty from five- up to twelve inches aroiuuj i-
worthy ot dut, appr[.:iiti,,n, even though it m ,y n.-.t

prodtui-e as mrau buthels. to the ta-re as do ioome ,of
the zsmallcr v.ui-tti,..s.
.If. 1i,'n'..-F,.r home tut- or near manrket.- thi'
strawberry c-,mbin'.-' about ais nmay good qu.aliti.-s
ias an)u. The fruit is of liargo size, of b rilliant
scarlet _.olor, of find qility, anud has becu prm.dt'-'dl
to the ext-tnt of over 3,011') quarts on one third of
an naere. It also sells well, bringing an extr.t hiieh
price in in-tiket. The plants bloisom late and ripen
their fruLit in the s'u..on.
Biivtell.-Thisis also a ve-ry popular variety. Thio
plants prove very productive, doing finely on either
heavy or light s Eil, and thot'uch not producing qiit'.
as large berri-" a-a the, yet the fruit li-ta
at times avera.g'ed -i large. The berries are : of tin"
quality, are excellent ior shipping, aud ripen mo.d-
erately early. The plants are vigorous and he-ilthy.
Many per-ons ntw prefer planting strawl..:ri's
in September or October, according to their lo.:,sti.ii
to any other period of th,. year. At this soa.-,,a
there are usually frequent rains to help the plants

tta ini !: an r.ipid growth, thu- ibtariin: ;t muich '
I'l-'.-, r r.p th.:- ir-t ,eam.-: n thin if the Ip l-urn-in- is
d1.:i:r-,l until -,prin'-. Tihe ,:.un..- p~it :ut-hitl e i n< ore
,.it ,tity Il :n m:,ny per-on- suppose, as by ri-ihtly
,wr il'ii'_`' them I hav'e tr,.,Iu utly ,,-niceeded in send-
i _." ,hI.,i iu -.1 t tV thr,,Iil-l ti e t* riil, ,ve.1 t., the
I'-- il. .' .1-'. Fr'-luent cttil tix ti,,u iu tlie c.irly
fill. in.! -i-ht '. erini-.' of -tr.; 0.t'-r maI ,-h-
i .'_i i iuit- r. -ire .-x,':..lle-nt if lr the p! tutc au I will
i .-it thL- )t iu II r....hij.iu- fruit in c-.ater p-rtfe'.tiou.
--.L ..... .., .., \ r.

IH.,IntLrN, Miy 22ud, 1882.
M il r i f.:,i.- Pl_.-.,.: .,ll....- s'' itti, ute sp: -. in
i ,i- i ft0- ,:of y 'iVr Iv lu t J. ..ii ', ti ill ti e t at-
r- ..f tl. '..rr : tii.u t.' th' I 0< -.' ..ii-. -n u l tn -
.i r ..liti ,t t- t i ttert" :l ,u- i u'.. Sue r,
t- th.. li..' i lt.':"e whi. h i- s thily h' o-.uti'i more
'. l''r, :', 1 l.n' w !i. h l .h -t -h.t h :e r Ai i -t rit-in
i. .: i .- i it t... ly in-iu- t.o .u l fir..'in the
I ., t -, it 't inly ..- .1 th .t -a .h I 'I iep i; be
,.. Y ,. i ti .. .: --s n thi- r..i .l eu-
i : i. t -i l i.-: s'. I n." '. t,:J tihi. h ,. i exti.- Iu
I'u I'" t'i' l"it'- N I- "i t in i.[i -.i .,-' x.ili ia. si ii' be-

p r 71 .-. 'tcit -b-
I v .o p. .: .1 it t m... .,iA ;i t w
i? .1!,=._t i* i ,: r.. ,,t' .f i r tnt .W,,-i h,.., .e, ;:i, !o I,. I th
Si '. .1' -.ri'y. ly f n. -v w,...k .1-. vhile the
it ti -.r .' t 't. t.I -..,' y.'' h- .. i Ie .m : i .tvh It tiu g
o iiir-. ', -itv. Fi tr S .r ,.; tli, Str:,.t. ihe ,r,,.es
I V-!.- .1 I- .1 fe-w ta.ct tl-.1 ti u. two
'-h. I [, t,.-. -, ,..,i t tl,: _'iu tt.-.r, I1 1 i. c.'i th e
1 r ._.'..* :;.' ':i' i '. u ti '., .n -t th,:- ,:.,v,ite.l
-i, --a i l I e ,:Iu. ,t -, -. i t ID.' u t -a t -, n .- t i,-

i iv.- t W 1 -' y i v ', t iO t l T ; i ,'U l. i -, a ru d
j,:; -.. 1.1 i ,i F: u i it in .t th .: C rpora -
T. i 5 1 '' t-' i ii lu--tt u t ie p lt.,-'d th ir w '..,,a t in
d I -i.: ll :Uin .l ,. -t u -tio :, ,td n t ubl t.-.-'-V the -`.- u,-.r
th. t- -1 y t l'i v.hi. h i .i. l u, i LIre- n 1fety
t t- .-- li ..' Pln.tli. the nl ,trnr.-
t ', tl m'r .
S r ,:-. .tl :-, p .o I with [. 1.!.r ir ilar to
th,,1;, It 1 '. 11 .l.ll-n F I.,ut Str1.It .Lt ,- .ix year,
."-' .., .ill pr..- ;. .,dv.- ut.i ', Mr in ..v- ry resp' w t.
i. th t.,r- 1 i- r' T f E' fete y a!.l itilitv, iun 1 w..l
iumT-, ixii tv -iii .. t l...u to, .,11 tr ava,-l rit eith-.r
i.n' foOt ,r wh i'. 'l.
Tti -,t.i.' thtI R.:I. (C.nItmiunitt-:e v.ill ix it,..ti.'ti:t!y
take- -t, ,- t: d.:, .dvty with ith :1Ild ui n-it.htly
1,.r l.'.-1 !.l ,u., r,,!.. tr'.p, .h:,l,-,, w hi .-h de, iledly
-n r th, .- uty f Q .-- Street, in.1 thltnl.iii y, i,
Sir, fo I"- .:, ur .,o rtecv,
I 1- 111 tin yor-. truly, TAX PAYER.

..-.. --I .m ..l d to notice that the Cor-
l :it : f ti T-i hav tre-tted tleii,:lve- to .
L.-v- :ti.,l ,--.'',ut Fl.<-' St ,rt, whi, h h.-, be.u pl:tced
i t'.- ',_', .. f tIhe nMarket Square. It is to have
*L ir..-ii Il., i ;. ar..,uiit.l it. Tlihey Alrea -dy finud their
t.- .. ]1 _c,- ,st,' ,-Vi , The rdes andl rt-
S i.. 1- print u.Ia pl. :ed ,U7n a -a-t.ird, thin that
.' i .e ", tt li i tht t d .-rt. ito. P.t:k.i_.:-w pl.v,:-ed in
h-, .-*,..1 1 h 'e- t. p.1 y .. ', I w hi':lh iule.ed is
i ., ,- i i e. It ut still :oitinue to be
1. -.. i .,t t!. ,-,e t:iru end _..f fthe ,To:wn.
'. ,'.-- A.'_.,th .-r u I -r..,, crt .ul Dry Good
-.., l. ~, -, u oip.-U.l Iby MtIr. I'. Wt't. I vwih

H T.,- at.-Th r- in. .ded very ueti
,ir T,'i'u t1.Lr th.:i pti',',-:,.n for whii:i the. wverc
iut u l.- i, vi-.. i a rin.r H,.r-e's i ftI .r .r..aiu'.- iu
fit i I:,'m jopiirut.F'-. Th'.ri m ,:'r ..tvi .r iitvntro-
.:ry ..y th, ,urei' :I1 ,Oth'rs t,:r w.i..hiug
t l,.. I I i ,it v. un .,ti:eI.l thi on ,vrA l ,.' -
t ,'-~ ,nt i-.rti,.ul rl.y -:. on' y in -t, w I
,'. I.; "..1 n.,. I.-- th:i u is.ix iil n ; it :ne time wa;.thtiu
t i 'li -ty i.u1- iii thi troi-un!i" anl with...ot any ii' t rni.o :.t i tlh- irt wItc wli:-ln thie.y had
t';:i.!, l l th l.' itr -t ti, kn-. T hlieu ir-', .'' p.'i.,r ti.:l :ru:d
.!-u,,i: i.nt ,h .i ll h],. ti-e d'tuik, i4f thi- t.hi.l a.ter
. b .i i .'...i.[li t l ...: q tl. i .k .
I ..r" 7 .. ..r.. P- ,t'-' i- ...- in uot
1' ',,- t r!" "t o .- 'l,. r' th,-v ,.,:tl. e iIJ i "-ues.
H-.- lIts','lit1, I..o.
T hey l. i' -,: it- e ru ,!1 b)itt[.. i,:-.,; th .y ,'av- .e..en
i!,.i h... -iil,-ral.te thilW'.
1 .v. ',. '.- I I ,.," -..,ti.'. l ft..r .mi ,e ta.,uths
i-t It, r B'.,.\ Materiil ,:,,i:.,tpi n;warly th. whole

t.. ,. T- '.: Sir .;, r .,,rg, .y ,.,u" i .jt.w di6.-
I 'i 1 1. .- tihn r:. In T h. ..- ll. it.rt, .. h.r f .r the
I ,ipii.l', in- tin 't.h t tg limilte d.
I ,'. V, ...--' ".--At th.e Wert EOnr .',f .:.-ir Town,
,uir P 1. '' '. V-hil n f r ir. th- n tir ..- of the
."'t .-. i[- I .. t.,.r, ,"- Y. f i. 1 v. .. I n..: I.. in .r: ..- -
ill it T:i .' iini .:' i- .i,' t.:.,,. i ., : pi 1 -,- i Pre-
, ,i I;. .' ,-!i !i t k'tr te tri,: tl, ,- l,.,- i ,i .-
li I.---.

S .. .. .- '-;.,,, i]t .:-e i N Y ,. rk. .iveu
t.',='- ,'." u i :nd ,.'e,r ,: .'-, -: iIt i ...uth Ir. ,: xpecOt
tf :," .'.ii",. !'1l pI :' ,:.'t.:-t i'. not b.vt.

:. r 7i,'.. ir.i ,/.
!F ..'_t 17. LE..- .\'i![ v ,Y,. kiu.lly v,- th..* fl-
,'.I. -' ",: h .Lr n ix t i-i-- i nr 1 t por-
lci .. p1',-\"-!t ,.ir I-.-'v '. fr.u:r fr,.,m K liu.- thus ear-
ly ,''1-.1 ii.,..'i t,., i,-'t..rnt .u inu[.l. ., .ut ,tnty.
TI l lt t .' I E FrviN, iu Vnr.Il ,ir.i-u'n l thie. tto nu
li" '- 'i*' ,r'. t t.- :: 11 u t vi-it,.r-., i n l this
pi"t ri,., i-I....,lain." ,p iit.I uWit n.-.- an.l exeeed-
'.-']y .1[ ,' ; .11 ' flyin:; r., the' -treets
n: i ,,v, r c..lli:zL, 1., ii.i,- n l in tki .- a- u. a I.-h
n,:,. .. tHl .it" i Un.)' o- nt }, '- n p,:,-.,,,-vise,
in th .: .}.1. ,- f th .- i.',. Thii. unu- in. .e h'l- rbeeln
t ,l. -l t 1 w ist.., t ,:-.:.; ,;li ii^ : luzt the 1 :t--t .1.:-ice
thit of tt ,.:!,in> :, pi.' e of b.,to e :1 ,,- t.j th,- t il
,,t the l',r. witt view t,, its ,,uttin,_" hii. l,.-!_'h-
I.,.,;tr- -.l.iflt, i- ,.,:..' Ihat nun -t at rn ..-e I.,r -t,.,lp ed.
'..,i 1 ,,, .. ,f th, *? late- w ith L- s i t ,:h.-,1, fall
,,ui .-i i "' .. .,, it miht kill hirma, ,,r s.-"i,,e still m ore ,:i.' ut *.'', ir '3y the b,,ttle t'.illin*.- ..,n a.
lej in h ,t-, .itt h,-,l to a ,.trri:Pre with thr,:, or
i.itr .-.. ,,; ,,it,, ,.-i't un.,- thfle a: nira't t,:, m'ubh ott : the
r, -,ir ,ii : t ,:be the J,..ith of all ,.,r perh,1. p so
i .r ..-l i.- the-m th!t ,leath w,.ulu l be- l.,r,: fer_-'.hle.
H ,...,..- that itu n.: li:.te -t,[.-, \will b. t',l:en l)y
thl.... iu iith,.rity t.:, !,r,..v'ut :t c,-utin .-. eof this
Irtnii .11. ,.',
I r 'nrinrt, y,:,nr ole-lieut :-erv-,ut,

H ', iil .,!, M a.y '22u.i, I ,.,'.
\' TICI.
BE,.f .k.
Di.A?. M''. Lir.-A- .' ;nre, all unx.iou- t have
..' ..,,turr" in fill w .,iu., order for 1Sg.3, l.t us
.:.e:iu:.: to :-'.-_. re tdy-we have a large field of
.v',rk ,l ,,OL.- tI-. Our m.iin snLes.; will , eu-
tirly tip,,up our new repreient'atives for the House
of A.-.-, iully whi,.h l,,uld be picked men. We

P-,,-opi h11e it in l.,ur power to ,e-ul such men as
w,: knu,-w will wori: for our ,outtry's interest, as
i.e : un.,t aifflord t, loose another T rm I.f* YIears.
L-rt u h I;, ilt nu.. li d'dou in time. Our Plauters
( I'[u!., -h.l I.l I:All their ruernher. together in their
aevi-r.l PI'ri'he< :tas early as pos-,ible, and elect
thii ',.,: -. If our Farmers Clubi work together
tw thev -i-.,il, ile hli.ould be able to know some
w'.':, i, pr,-viius to the general Election who our
Repie"-:ut.,tive' are to be.
Why u..,t the Warwi,:.k Club make the fir-t com-
nern-.n'mi.ut, i:n1- th it at ou,:e. The time is drawing
ne i t:r t: e-.-t t new Menmber- fr your Parish, why
n.t .ll :your pr.ole together at once and select
your .ai.,- and request one of your Parish Repre-
s.utatiwv:, when thie Hou-se i-ueets, to call for an.
El,-.:tioun. Be sure:- and put these questions to him:
Art v..,a f,.r ourALrieultural interests; and to sup-
p1.irt our Peoplea' .St.amnerr On those conditions
we will support you, ai they will bie the maknldng of
our C,.,untry. 18S3.