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LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS 


—— 


ENTIAL—LIBERALITY IN THINGS NOT ESSENTIAL— CHARI 


1879, 


SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. wy... “ 


ALLAN LINE 


as 
Os, 


STEAM TO LIVERPOOL 


Londonderry and Glasgow. 


TER Rrat slats Clyde built iron steamships 
of the Allan lino, (carrying the Canadian 


and United States Mails,) will 


every Saturday, as follows :— 
SALLINGS FROM HALIFAX 


POLYNESIAN, March Ist. 
SARMATIAN, 8th, 
HIBERNIAN, # 15th, 
MORAVIAN, “92nd. 
CIRCASSIAN, © 20th. 

_ CASPIAN, April 5th. 


RATES OF PASSAGE, 
From Bollevillo to Liverpoolor London 


derry, viz, Halifax, Cabin $67.50, And 
a 0001 to position of haeitees 
utermy 


to, wit] first-class Railway $47. 


Ste jo, S382, AVA 
is bh tool2 yoars half price, under 
Return Tickets atroduced ratox, 
Steerage tickets aro issued without oxtra 
charge, toor from Liverpool, Londonderry, 
Queenstown, Guagow, Bolfast, London, Bris- 
tol or Cantitf, 
The last train connecting with tho Ocoan 
Steamer at Halifax, passos Bollevillo overy 
Thurslay at noon, Passengors go at once on 
board. 
An xporience 1 Surgeon accompanioa cach 

vossol, 

Begin seourod until paid for, 
i wishing tosend for their friends can 
obtain passage cortificates at lowest rates from 
England, Ireland or Scotland, to any railway 
stationin Canada or the United States. (When 
tiokets aro not used the amount is roturned, 
loss a small deduction.) 
latermediato and stoorage Stowardoasos aro 
as pointed to each of the vessola, 


Vor through tickets and ovory Information 


anply to 
U, E, THOMPSON, 
ent Allan\Line, 
cer ian Express Office, 
March 1879 Belleville, 


The Steamer “UTICA,” 


J. A. PORTE, Carrars, 
ILL leave Trenton every morning 
(Saadevs oxcepted) at 6 o'clock, call- 
ing at Rednorvillo and all Ports betwoen the 
head of the Ray and Picton, leaving Belleville 
atSa.m. Will leave Picton at 1 p m. on re- 
turn for the head of the Bay ; leaving Belle- 
ville at 5 p. m. 
Omaibuses in waiting at Picton and RBelle- | M 
ville, fi 
W. H. CAMPBELL, 
Agent, Belleville, 
P. F. McCUAIG, Agent, Picton, 
April 28, 1879. ~ d&w 


! despatchod 
from Halifax for Liverpool aud Londonderry 


NSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 


largest surplus of any Fire Insurance Company 
in the world. 


" nh Rai i ; 
tern") Business Divectory, 
Denmark & Northrup, TT 
ARRISTERS, &c. Offices lately occu- 
ied by Ponton & Denmark, Front St., 
ville, 


Eastward. 
Pisa | Exp. |_ 
9.30pm) 10. 47am | 
Bol 


“Pass 7 Exp. 
4.15pm. Jam, 


| 4.25 
} 


618 [4 Lapeer, . (7.25, ate . § 
10,50pm) 2.00pm) Rast Saginaw) 6.00pm Bade to Loan—Private and Gympany 
10,50, } 2.00 | City ./6.00 a — EE 
Opm:10,40amn: Robertson & Thomas, 
p 


Office—Robertaon 


7 ARRISTERS,  &e. 

sip 12.85 Baa eet aide ot Frost Sirect Bello. 
§.06pm/11.28am yille, Ont. 

Tee a Bop Acxx. Renxrtsox. J. Parker THOMAS, 


; Flint & Jellett, 

(Solicitors for The Canadian Bank of Commerce. 
ARRISTERS, Attornios-at-Law, Solicit- 

ors in Chancery, Notarics Public, &o., 

Belleville, Ont, 

Jon J. B, Furr, 


Delancey & Ostrom, 
PAR Ta. Attornoys, ote., prectony 
3. 


9.37pm 12.5ipm).. 
1.55 Cl 


: 1L. 
.. Cassopolis.’ 10,30 
South Bend. 9.18 

35pm/a Valpar'so.l 7.00am rat 
Accommodation trains leave Port Haron 10,0¢ 
am., 8.45 p.m, 
Through Coaches are ran between Port Huron 
and East Saginaw and Bay City without change, 
Cyas. B. Peok, Hevay Foryece, W. E. Davis, 


Morgan Jeccerr. 


Peterson & Peterson, 
ARRISTERS, Attorneys-at-Law, Solici- 


Receiver, Supt. Gon’lT’ktAg't. _ tors in Chancery, Insolvency, and Me- 
For information, as to rates, oto., apply to E. | chanica’ lien Gases, Conyeyancers, Xo. , &o, 
nick, City Ticket Agent, Huron House, Port ‘Office over Clark's’ Deng Storo, coro: 


Bridge and Front Stroots, Belloville. 
A. M. Pererson, B.A. C.W. Prrenson,B, A. 


Geo. D. Dickson, 
ARRISTER, &c., Post Office Block, 
Bridge Street, Belleville, 


E. McMahon, 
TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitor in Chancery 
&o., &o, Ovvtox—In_ ModAn iany’r 
Buildings, Corner of Front and Bridge Streets, 
Belleville, Ont, d-tf 


Sam'l. 8. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Cha 
cory, Conveyancer, &c, Ovricx—No. 4, 
Graham's Block, entrance from Campbol; 
Streot, Belleville, Ont. d&w tf 


David B. Robertson, 
(Sxcretary Granv Junction Rarway 
ComPany.) 

[AN RR ES FR SY de ge 
4X Notary Publio, &c.,&c, Ovrice—No. J, 
over the Post Office, Bogart’s Blook, Bridge 
Street, Belleville, Ont. 

P. S.—Money tolend on easy terms ard 
Mortgages bought and sold, 

Elisha Wesley, 

SSUER of Marriage Licenses, at the office 
of M. B. Roblin, Front St., Belleville, 


B.S, Willson, M. D ©, M., 
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
Gas of the University of McGill, 
Montreal. Late House Apothecary of 
the Montreal’ Genoral Hospital, Residence 
and Office, Pinnacle Street. att 


J. E. Eakins, M.D., 
TORONTO UNIVERSITY. 
ICEN'TIATE Reval College Physicians ; 
Licentiate Royal College Surgeons, and 
Licentiate Midwifery. Sapa 


Huron, Mich. 


PATENTS 


obtained for new inventions, or for improve- 
ments inoldones. Caveats, Trado Marks and 
all patent business promptly attended to 
Inyentions that have been re- 
jected may still, ia most cases, be patented 
by us. Being opposite the U.S. Patent Office, 
and engaged in Patent business exclu- 
sively, we can secure patents in less timo 
than those who are remote from Washington, 
and who must depend upon tho mails in all 
transactions with the Patent Office. 
When Toventors send model or sketch wo 
make search in the Patent Office and advise as 
to its patentability /ree of charge. Correspon- 
dence contidential, prices low, and no 
charge unless patent is obtained. 
Woe rofer to Hon. Costmaster General D, M. 
Key, Rey. F. D, Powsr, to officials in the 
U, S. Patent Office, and especially to our 
clients in every State ot the Union and in 
Canada. For special references, terms, advice, 


&o., Address 
©. A. SNOW & CO., 
Orrosrrs Patent Orrice, WaAsntnoton, D, C, 


Liasiurry oy SHAREHOLDERS UNuirep, 


Carrran - = «= ~~ $10,000,000 | Office, No. 2, Robertson Bloc 
Fonps Ixvesrgap s+ se 12,000,000 Residence, 180 George Street, 
ee oe J. R, Dickson, L. D. S., 


Suroxon Dentist. 
Orrice—Corner Bridge and Front sts. 
Entrance on Bridge Street. 


The ROYAL Insurance Company has the 


Insures Churches, Schools, Dwellings, Stores, 

forchandise, Warehouses, &o. against loss by 

re, at cquitable rates, 

Rouru & Tarxy, Chief Agents, Montreal, 

T. DONNELLY, 
Agent, Belleville, 


AS removed his DENTAL OFFIVE 
cross the street, over Davenport's 
Fur Store. 50-w, 


Jos. Caldwell, 
QURGEON DENTIST, formerly of Boelle- 
whbwy bh Ohh ew worn apo’ an ofan 

t 


. Jam 
in Robertson's new block, Front Street, Belle- 


PICTON AND BELLEVILLE. 


hal 


THE STEAMER 


CItY OF BELLEVILLE, 
H. BOGART, CAPTAIN, 
ILL leave Picton DAILY, (Sundays ox- 
cepted), at 6 a,m., calling at all Ports 
between Picton and Belleville. f 
Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. 
save Conaection with 4 Napanee steam: 
int, ad oyening. 
Ce ps eV i, CAMPBELL, 
Agént, Belloville. 
d&w 


May 5, 1879, 


THE STEAMER HASTINGS, 


h 


. CRA WFORD, MASTER, t 
Wricare Belleville EVERY MORNING, | directly by the Toronto Office, without delay. 


ted) at 6 o'clock, except Sat- 

ar ae ve at 2:45 a. m. . v 
will leaye Kingston for Belloville 

43 m. - 
it eee Elegies with the 7 
G. T. R. going East and West; the Royal Mail 
line of steamers for Montreal, ‘Toronto and ase 
ilton; the Ferry steamers for Cane Vincent, an: 
steamers for Rideau Canal and Ottawa. 


urdayyw) 


to 
Yor further information’ apply & oe PBELL! 
Bolleville, May 5, 1879. 


FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. 


Tur ComMmopiovs AND Favonir® PASsExcEr 
AND Freiout STEAMER , 


ae 

ALBXANDRA, 

: Cart. Suiti, aefee 

ry Monday - 

W riivpat six ovelock, aad Bellovillo at 

nine peice for a iid running al 

oludin, ne. 

Sheena ie §fontreal overy mbareday 

at noon, for River and Ba; Poster arer a8 
ther information, apply the Cap 


EA dane pie CAMPBELL, ‘ 
gen! 
Belleville, April 30. 1879. d&w 


“BANKING OFFIGE 
U. E. THOMPSON, 


Bevixvicue, ONT. 


Burpox Srneer, 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold. 


ita received, subject to withdrawal 
i 


5 
aT) [ntorest allowed at 4 mn 5 


Fire Insurance Comp’y of Glasgow. 


Carimat . , 
AMES se, Ol, 
Income . . ayht 


Joun L. Biarxre, Eag., Chairman, President 


Resrpent Secketary-—Lawkence Bocuay. 
for scourity of Canadian Policy Holders, 


against loss or damage 
mercantile, manufacturing, farm and house- 


INSURANCE COMPANY 


Capital, - - 
Invested Funds 2£ 589,027 * 


THE SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL 


ville, Teeth extracted without pain. 


Dr. Higinbotham,  - 
DHYSICIAN, Surgeon, Accouchour, &c. 
Office and Residence, next door north of 

the Bridge Street Methodist Church. 


( John J. Farley, M. D. 


Two MILLIons STERLING. 
500,000 
1,000,000 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO BRANCH. peer ist ee eye 


Drug Store, Residence—Dafos House, 
Dr. H, James _ r 

AS removed his office to his residence, 

Church Street, near the Kingston 


MEAD OFFICE, 


7 Toronto St. Toronto. 


Canada Landed Credit Company. S. A. Abbott, M. D., 


ee Prayvain, Eaq., (of Bryce, MoMur- Grate of Queen's University, and 
ric} a « 


& Co.) member of the College of Physicians and 


Wituram ALexanper, Esq., Vico-President | Surgeons of Ontario, Orrice—Over Clarke's 


Federal Bank of Canada, 


Drug Store, Corner Front and Bridge Streets, 
IxspxoToR—Roperr MoLean, Oke 


Belleville. 
Evans & Bolger, 

ROVINCIAL LAND SURVHYORS 
Architects, Civil Enginoers and Land 
$100,-| Agents, Offico—Dominion Buildings, Bridge 
Street, Belleville. Surveying in all its 
branches in any part of Ontario pS 
attended to. Drawings, Specifications, &c., 
ofinventions propared,and Patents applied for, 

Joun D. Evans, Tuos. O, Berexr, 
Pp. S., C. A. P.L.S, 


Thomas Gardner, 
LAIN and Ornamental Plasterer, Slate 
Roofer, Comenting, &o, Centro Piocor 
mado to order. 
Rerenences—Hon. Robert Read, Wm. E, 
Holton, Rev. Mr, Bird, 

Belleviile, Dec. 6th, 1875. dtt 
Phenix Fire Assurance of London 
EstaBiisuep tn 1782, 
SSURANCES granted on Town, Village, 
J\. and Farm Buildings and Property, ov 

most favorable terms. 
GEO, E.BULL, Agent. 
Stirling, let Aug, 1876. 


“Ontario Loan Society” 


1 bet Monoy at 6 and a quarter por cent, 
payable yearly. 


Deposited with the Government at Ottawa 
Thia Company issues Policies of Insurance 
by fire or lightning on 


old risks, at current rates. 
Policies aro issued from and losses settled 


All Promiums taken in this country are in- 
ested in Canadian securities, 
R. NEWBERY, 
Agent. 


QUEEN 


5.6m 


Of Liverpool and Lonion. 


FIRE AND LIFE, 


£2,000,000 Stz, 


FORBES & MUDGE, 
MonTreat, 
Chiot Agents for Canada, 


W, A. Siteranp, Agent, Belleville, 
To Steam Users, 
rp Canadian Stoam Users’ Insurance As- 


sociation make careful and poriodical in- 
spection of Stoam Boilers, give skilful advice 


“Farmers’ Friend Loan Oo.,” 


Lend money at seven per cont, in any sums 
for any time, 


Also, a largo amount of private funds for 
investment at roasenablo ratos, 


as to their managomont, and grant insurance Apply to 
against loss or d mage by Cini Nono FLINT pee UE 
but competent Inspectors employed, Special ela ere eos 


attention givon to the economizing of steam, 
saving offuel, &o. Steam Enginos indicated, 
and plans and specifications of Boilora and 
Beene made, and their orection supervised. 
Head Office, 50 Front St. East, Toronto, 
HON, ALEX. CAMPBELL, 


President, 
GEO. C. ROBB, 
Chief Engineor, 
E. L. AUNGER, 


Belleville, Aug. 3 1878. = dtf 
THE INTELLIGENCER JOB PRINTING 
DEPARTMENT. 


#® Satisfaction given to all customer 
charges are as moderate as tho cont of potting 
up good work will allow, and are usually found 
aatisfactory. 

THE 


Intelligencer Printing Office 


is now noted for its ‘punctuality in fulfilling 


Agent for Belleville and vicinity, 

is not casily oarned these 

timos, but it can be mado in 

three months by any one of 
oither sex, in any part of tho 
country, who is willing to work stoadily at the 
employment that wo furnish, 866 por week ) 
in your own town. You nood not bo away 
from homo over night. You can give your 
whole timo to the work, or only your spare 


ting thoir work at timo agreed upon. 


THE FACILITIES FOR 
ORTTING OUT 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO. 


Old Wounds,Soresand Ulcers, 


it is an infallible remedy. 
bed on the neck and chest, as salt into meat, 
i} Cures SORE THROAT, Diphtheria, Pron: 
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and even ASTHMA. 


Fistulas, 
Aud every kind of SKIN DISEASE, it has 
never been known to fail. , 


only at. 


And are sold by all 
throughout the Civilized World ; with direc- 
tions for use in almost every language. 


registered in 
throughout the British Possessions, who ma’ 


keep the American Counterfeita for sale, will 
bo prosecuted, 


the address is not 533, Oxford 
Street, London, they are spurious. 


| FELLOWS, St, John, 


promises, and business mon can rely on got- 


qs BENSON'S CAPCINE | 
POROUS PLASTER. 


A WONDERFUL REMEDY. 
} ‘Thete is no comparison between It and the 
common slow acting porous plaster, It is in 
every way superior to all other external rem 
edies, including Liniments and the so callod 
electrical appliances, It contains new medi 
cinal elements which in combination with rub- 
er, possess the most extraordinary pain ro 
mgthening and curative properties, 
in your own locality will con. 
tement, ze Lame Back, 


‘Any 


male We: , Stubborn 
olds and Coughs, Diseased 
ping cough, affections of the 
heart, and all ills for which porous plasters 


are used, it is simply the beat n remedy, 
Ask for Benson's Capcine Porons Plaster and 
take no other, Sold by all Druggiata. 


Price 


FRIDAY, AUG U $ 


Daily Intelligencer, 


The Hx-Empress Eugenie 
MER MRANS AND RESOURCES, 


(New York Tribune's Paris Correspondence.) 


1 Tho Bonapartists hore, and their friends 
in England, have habitually roprosonted 
the Empress as living in poverty at Chiscle 
hurst. Last wook L’' Ordre, 4 journal be- 
longing to, and, no far, inspired by M, 
Rouher, said, in expatinting on tho moral 


25 cta, Sent on receipt of price, by Seabury, 
& Johnson, 21 Platt Street, New York. || 
a 


RS 


This Great Household Medicine 
ranks amongst the leading 
necessaries of Life. 

These famous Pills purify the BLOOD, and 
act most powerfully, yet soothingly on the 


Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, 
and BOWELS, giving tone, energy, and vigor 
to these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE, 
‘They are confidently recommended as a never 
failing remedy in all cases where the consti- 
tution, from whatever canso, has become im- 
paired or weakened. They are wonderfully 
efficacious in all ailments incidental te Females 
of allages; and asa GENERAL FAMILY 
MEDICINE, are unsurpassed. 


Its Searching and Healing Pro- 
perties are nowalthroughent the 
orld. 


For the cure of BAD LEGS, Bad Breasts, 


Tf effectually rub- 


‘or Clandular Swellings, Abscesses, Piles, 


Gout, Rheumatism, 


Tho Pills and Ointment are’ Manufactured 


533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, 
Vendors of Medicines 


The Trade Marks of these Medicines are 
i Ottawa. Hence, any one 


*» Purchasers should look to the 
Label on the Pots and Boxes. If 


The Promoter and Perfector of 
Assimilation. 

The Reformer and Vitalizer of 
the Blood, 

The Producer and Invigorator 
of Nerve and Muscle, 

The Builder and Supporter of 
Brain Power. 

Fellows’ Compound Syrup is composed of 
Ingredients identical with those which 
constitute Healthy Blood, Muscle and 
Nerve and Brain Substance, whilst Life it- 
self is directly dependent upon some of 
them. 

By its union with the blood and its effect 
upon the muscles, reestablishing the one 
and toning the other, it ia capable of effect- 
ing the following resulta: 


It will displace or wash out tuberculous 
mattor, and thua oure Consumption. 

By increasing Nervous and Muscular 
Vigor, it will cure Dyspepsia, feeble or 
interrupted action of the Heart and Palpi- 
tations, Weaknoss of Intellect caused by 

ief, weary, overtax or irregular habits, 
Bronchitis: Acute or Chronic, Congestion 
of tho lungs, ovon in the most alarming 
stagos, 

It cures Asthma, Loss of Voico, Nou- 
ralgia, St. Vitus Dance, Epileptic Fits, 
Whooping Cough, Nertousnoss, and 
most wonderful adjunct to other remod: 
in sustaining life during tho process of 
Diphtheria, 

10 not be deceived by remedies bearing 
a similar name, no other preparation is a 
substitute for this under any circumstan- 
cos, 

Look out for the nameand addreas J. I. 
N. B,, on tho yol- 
low wrapper in watermark which is seon by 
holding the papor before tho light. 

Price $1.50 por Bottlo, six for $7.60, 

Sold by all Druggints. 


PINANOCIAL. 
invented in Wall St, stocks 


$10 to $1.000 makes fortunes every 


momenta, Wo have agents who are making 
over $20 porday. All who engage at once can 
make money fast. At the prosont time money 


» ample, and orders aro pushed through with 
Jono easily and rapidly at and 


80 that work can be got out in short 


without notice. 
por cont. 


$5 tw $20 poet 


Portland. Maine? 


nome, 
Arimnow & 


Sample 


It conta nothing to try the 
Tormaand $5 Outit free, Adie 
Hauverr & Co., Portland, 7 

140, 610-33, Ly 


Orders from the Country 
attended to with promptness, and work for. 
worded {immediately on ‘complotion. 


business. 
ab once H, 


| month, Book sont froo explaining everything. 
| Addroos Baxran & Co., Bankers, 
iviy I Bt, New Vork 


ND 250, to KOWELL&CO, Now York 


life of Prince Louis Napoleon, that oven 
had his tastes drawn him toward a lif of 
pleasure, he would not have boon ablo, for 
want of money, to gratify them. He was 
debarred by the emphasis of his purse from 
indulging in the amusements which society 
is agreed in thinking a young prince ought 
te Seedulgen daly OU Wes WUD proud UU! 
“‘sponge’’ on gay, wealthy, and illustrious 
friends. It was to guard against this mia- 
representation being found out that all the 
Imperialist, organs, in obedience to a tele- 
gram from tho ex-Empress heraelf,did not, 
in giving ‘‘the will,” publish the list of the 
Prince's bequests—with the exception of 
his legacy to Prince Victor. At Chisol- 
hurst they felt how damaging it would be 
to the reputation of the Louis Napoleon 
family if it came out that the Prince could, 
after bequeathing the bulk of his estate to 
his mother, leave $22,000 to cousins and 
personal friends, and $1,000 a year to his 
two servants. The conclusion they ap- 
prehended which would be drawn in France 
was that the nest of the Empresas was well 
foathered with plunder, and that her 
wealth accounted for the defalcations in 
the accounts of Louis Napoleon’s Govern- 
ment, brought last week to light by a Com- 
mittee of the Chamber, presided over by 
M. Guichard. This investigating body 
have laid their hands on documents proving 
that for several years 64,000 soldiers and 
marines wore charged for in the estimates, 
who did not exist. The evidence was sup: 
posed to have been destroyed in the burn- 
ing ofthe Finance Ministry. The pur- 
chase of an American war-ship, which 
proved to be unseaworthy, and had to be 
sold as old iron before it was ever put into 
commission, was another job in which the 
Court and agang of American hangers-on 
to it participated. Whilst these pecula- 
tions were being searched into, inquiries 
were actively pursued into the sources 
whence the Ministers who shared the re- 
sponsibility of the Imperial family and the 
ex-Empreas dorive their incomes, The 
Committee will report in fayor of a seizure 
of what estates are legally available to the 
Treasury. 


Napoleon III.’s widow derives her rove- 
nues from three sources: the product of 
savings and speculations, the insurance on 
the Emperor's life,and the real estate which 
the Empress brought in her own name 
when she was on the throne, and which is 
approximately valued at $5,400,000. 
Nominal sales have been made sinco she 
went to Uhiselhurst, as well as two genuine 
ones. Eugene disposed fora great sum of 


th a Reaey jm the Tue d’Alba, and of tho 
noute rh which M. Wouner wes cuss ee 


free, atthe corner of the Rue de !'Eysee, 
for $60,000. The purchaser of this estate 
was Baron Hisch, whilom ‘‘the Turkish 
Railway King.” There are, desides, es- 
tates in Spain, in Switzerland, and in Hun- 
gary. The Hungarian one was acquired 
within the present year, and is adjacent to 
a favorite domain of Conrt Zichy. Under 
the will of her ill-starred son, the Empress 
comes in for the Bicciochi properties near 
Trieste and in Tuscany, as well as houses 
and grounds in Toulouse and its envirous. 
The Toulouse property is considerable, and 
was left to the Prince by a General who 
had been his equerry in his babyhood. 
Eugenio, whose woe must indeed have been 
nnutterable, cried, when the tidings of her 
son’s death was brought to her, ‘'7out est 
fini ; Tout est fini: Je ne suis plus rien.” 
With the wealth remaining to her she 
could atill play a commanding role in found- 
ing o religious house and becoming its 
suyerior. It is reported that sho intends 
to join the Carmelities near Bourgos, and 
spond the rest of her life in penance and 
devotion. M. Rouher, I was told by M. 
Robert Mitchell, apprehends that she will 
not, but will follow Mer son's injunctions to 
defend the Napoleonic tradition and to pro- 
mote Bonapartism. Habit is second nature, 
In England it was the proper thing to as- 
sume that the widow of Napoleon III. 
lived apart from political conspirators. She 
was acentre for them, and spent money 
freely to keep up an Imperialist agitation 
in France, The Gaulvis a very wealthy 
paper, was subyentured by her, and she 
bore all the expenses of the Ordre, the 
Pays, the Petit Carporal. Besides these 
firebrands she sent funds to Lstafette, the 
Soir, when it was directed by M, Robert 
Mitchell, Zhe Paris Journal, and greased 
tho palm of the late M. de Villemessant’s 
hand. The Jules Richards lithographed 
correspondence addressod from Paris to 
the provincial journals must have boen 
alse a heavy incumbrance on her. The 
salary of ono of its editors was $7,200 and 
of another $4,000, and thoy both had under 
thom a staff of parliamentary and other ro- 
porters, who never appeared in want. of 
money, M. de St, Cheron, the director of 
another provincial correspondence, was al- 
so in the pay of tho Chisolhurst family. 
———- 


A Frequent and Fatal Mistake, 


As tho Irichman who had just landed and 
rofusod to pick up a dollar, thinking to go 
whero they were '‘ thicker,” camo to want, 80 
thorso who fanoy that a cough or « cold will 
cure itsolf, and refuso to use Dr, Pierce's 
jolden Medical Discovery, often dio with 
wumption. ‘This great romedy is an unsur- 
saaged pectoral and blood-purifier, It speod- 
fly cures a cough or cold, and consumption in 
itu oarly stagow readily yields to it, It has no 
equal in controlling and curing scrofulous 
tumors, ulcers and eruptions, Some fanoy 
because the Discovery is advertised to cure a 
wide range of diseases it cannot cure any. Now, 
Tot un ace, Suppose a surgeon be rotting s 
limb, could ho not trathfully say that his 
troatment would gradually overcome all faint. 
noss, nausoa, dizziness, weakness, and trees 
#1 Each aymptom diferent, yet all do- 
dent upon the same cause, By this pro 
4 the Golden Medical Discovery cures 
though all are dependent upon 


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I 
many diseas 


impoverished blood, and Ke 1 aobilihy: 
Read the Poople’s Common Senso Medica 
Advisor carofully. Dr. Pieroo's mothod of 
medication is therein fally oxplained. 


Unless arrested, will tor- 


DO Atha umption. An almost nover 


minate in 


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|b for Pamphlet of 100 page ontaining 

| liste of 2000 nowapa reann eetinate show 
Ly Cnet of edwertiaing 


or this complaint ia found in 
: Baleam, which can bo had of 
oo one dollar per bottle, 


failing cure 
Allen’s Lung Bi 
ny druggist, pr 


Among the Zulus, 


PURE | 
HOLLAND GIN. 


W* have just received, DIRECT from 


From a travellor's lottor wo select the ap- 
pended interesting account of a visit to the 
Zulu king :—“ Tho king had especially in- 
vited me to witness aroview of hia troops, 
two rogiments of which, one of ‘white 
shiclds’ and the other of * black shields,’ 
were stationed at Nondnengn,  Theso 
troops formed a largo circle of the open 
central space of the kraal or village of huts 
mhile tho king walked, or rather trotted 
about as well as he was able” with ‘ "i 
circ ;closly followed by his ahiold-bearce | CSS": JOMN D. KUYPER & SONS, 
and other attondants carrying his snuff anc 
his beor. ‘The shouts that aroso from tha none ae 
assembled warriors became deafening to 
the king, calling upon or other of his more 
distinguished soldiers by name, and point- 
ing towards him, summoned him to pre- 
form his feats of agility. Every arm was 
extended, and every finger pointed toward 
the man thus honored, who leaped from 
the place in the ranks, and commenced 
running, jumping, springing high into the 
air, kicking his shield, Sourishing his 
weapons and performing tho most extra- 


ordinary manenvres imaginable. 1 ii 
time thy “Imbunguss oe azinable. "All this 


the deeds of the king amid the shouts of 
the multitude. After his majesty was 
tired of moving about—for his obesity 
rendered it no easy matter—his chair of 
state was brought to him, in which he sat 
and regaled himself with a copious draught 
of “ outchulla,” or beer made of fermented 
millet, often taking a pinch of snuff Then 
every soldior passed in single file before the 
king, each one bowing to the dust, and 
lowering his shield as he passed the august 
presence, This ended the review, and the 
fat king was borne back tohis harem amid 
the shouts and din of the mustitude. No- 


our usual Spring consignment of their cele 
brated 


HOLLAND GIN. 


_ The Gin manufactured by Messrs. John Do- 
Kuyper & Sons sritu neraiws the reputation 
gained many years ago of being the Best and 
rf nest article of the kind. The best evidenco 
‘ast ilethe thah dat RBA ARO og Ge 


the world, 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocrns axp 
Wove Mercuants. 


CITY TIN SHOP. 


thing can be imagined more truly Bavage, 
yet picturesque withal, than the appearance 
of these Zulu soldiers when arrayed for 
battle. With kilts formed of the tails of 
leopards and other wild animals, their 
heads adorned with the plumes of the 
crane and ostrich, with long streamers of 
goats’ hair attached to their armg and loga, 
and holding in front their huge bucklers of 
hide, which almost coyer their bodies, and 
above which protrude the bristling points 
of their well-sharpened assegais, they pre- 
sent a must striking aspect, and one not 
easily forgotten. The costume of the king 
consisted of a copious kilt formed of leop- 
ards’ tails andskins of the green monkey. 
On his forehead-he wore large ball or 
closely-cut feathers of the blue roller, and 
round his neck hung # quantity of very 
large white beads. His arms were nearly 
covered with bracelets of brass and gold, 
while fillets of beads encircled his body and 
legs. In aspect he was dignified, and his 
skin was of a lighter color than that of 
most Zulus, 


No. 351, Front Street, Belleville, 


Is tur: Stony Formency occurrep ny THE 
Lare E, Cuanpier, Devoaisr. 


S. STOCKER & 60., 
Tin, Sheet Lron aud Coppersmiths, 


ff pe subscribers beg to announce to the 
inhabitants of Belleville and adjoining 
country, that sey have opened a Shop at the 
above address. Parties wanting work dono 
in our lino will find it to their advantage to 
give us a call, as we use none but first class 
stock ; we do our own work and guarantee 
satisfaction. 


TINWARE, 


as good as the best, and cheap as the cheapest. 

_Jonnrxc neatly and cheaply done by expe- 
rienced workinen. Eavetroughing, Roofing, 
Plumbing, Bell-hanging, Steam and Gas fitting 
a SPECIALTY, 

Note the place, 351 Front Street, 
one door above Tickell’s Furniture Store. 

8. STOCKER & Co, 
Belleville, April 29, dtt 


Encourage Native Industry. 


To Marble Dealers, Furniture 
Dealers, Plumbers, &c, 


Shakespeare's Birthplace. 


Correspondence Boston Journal, 


The room in which Shakespeare was born 
is of course the most interesting place in 
Stratford-upon-Avon. It was the only 
locality in which any reverence seemed to 
fall upon me. The graves of great men are 
not especially impressive, for one cannot 
help saying, ‘‘The man is not here, This 
stone is but the symbol of his death ; he is 


WING to extensive additions to my Fao 
tory of the latest improved machinery, 

am now prepared to furnish all kinda of the 

ble and Granite work at greatly reduced prices. 


gone back into the eternal life.” But the | First quality Marble tops for Furniture and 

C in which h bro iling int e — 
Te World, oF tho school-Toomr air wivea ne} Rad wiiko eadeeeon oe af olhes beds of waar. 
was taught the alphabet, or the study in | ble work. 


My Ixrgrxartonat Scorom Granrre, both 
Red and Grey, has almost ontirely superseded 
the Aberdeen Granite, both in this country 
and tho United States, “The columns for the 
interior of the new State House at Albany are 
now being made of it, at my factory. 

Send for designs, prices and sample of stone. 


which he worked, or painted or saag—these 
are the memoriala which porsass mort 
touching interest. In this low-celled, 
dingy, heavily raftered room, in the upper 
story of the partially restored Shakespeare 
cottage on Henly street, one may indulge 
in veneration. Here was born the child who 


= fart R. FORSYTH, 
was to give a divine essence to poetry. He iy er * 
might, had he been, as he grew up, inclin- Lieto Scotch Granite None 1 
ed to cynicism, have danse that he had | —“ 
come too late to a world too old, for there . . 
was mighty need of him and of atl that hel — {§0,000 in Prizes. 
could do to revivify and strengthed litera- U 
ture, I could hardly realize that I was THREE WEEKS 


standing in a room in which the infant 
Shakespeare was nursed when Calvin lay 
dying after his great life work ; when Tasso 
was singing in Italy ; when the world of 
art was mourning the recent death of 
Michael Angelo ; when Camoens was writ- 
ing the Lusiad, and Montaigne was in the 
first flush of his fame, Some skeptics say 
that there is no authority for the statement 
that Shakespeare was born in this room ; 
but the burden of proofs resta with them 
and not with the gossips whom they contra- 
dict, Underneath this bedroom thore was 
a butcher's shop, beiore the partial restora- 
tion of the cottage took place, The tens of 
thousands of pilgrims who have climbed 
the narrow stairs to the upper room have 
inscribed their names on the blackened 
walls, The guide pointed out for mo 
the signature, ‘‘ W.Scott,” written clumsily 
enough on one of the panes of a 
window ; and on tho ceiling, which the 
dear, tall, old humorist could so readily 
have kissed if he chose, was a pencill- 


Agricultural and Industrial 
Exhibition at Toronto, 
From the Ist to 19th Sept’r; 1879. 


TO BE OPENED BY HIS EXGELLENCY THE GOVERNOR 
CENERAL AND H,R H, THE PRINCESS LOUISE. 


$20,000 IN PRIZES for Agricultu- 


ral, Horticultural and Dai: 
Products, Implements, Machinery, and all 
kinds of Manafactures, Fine Arta and Ladics’ 
work, &., &c. 

Cheap Rates and Excursions on all tho Rail- 
way and Steamboat lines. 

Entries close first week in August, 

Prize List and forms of Entry now ae 

Grand Band competition, Boat races, Dog 
show, Llumination of the City, and other at- 
tractions, during the Exhibition. ; 

JAS. McGEE, 
Manager and Treas, 


J. J, WITHROW, 
President, 


ed, ‘‘ Wm, M. Thackeray,” in tho very H. J, HILL, 
neatest of script. The old guide, who was z Recrebars = 
extremely obliging, hunted me out some Toronto, July 10th, 1879. 


more names of celebritics, and, on one of 
the jambs of the fireplace, we discovered 
“Ventris.” Shades of a past generation of 
dancers ! do ye also come to spond a modi- 
tative hour in the room whero Shakespeare 
was born? The old ladies who show tho 
Shakespeare house and the musom aro veri- 


Notice to Creditors. 


N purauance of Chapter 107, Seo. 34 Ro- 
I vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is hereby 
given, that all Creditors and other persons 
having any debt or claim upon or affecting in 


any way the estate of 


WDMONDS OBANDLBR, 


ato of tho City of Bellovillo, in the County of 
Hastings, in the Province of Ontario and Do- 
minion of Canada, Chemist and Druggist, de- 
ceased, who died on the 11th day of February 
1879, at said City of Belleville, are horeby re+ 
quired to send in full particulars of their and 
each of their claims to Lawrence Henry Hen- 
dorson or Jamon Glass, the Executors of the 
Inst Will and Testament of said deceased, 
(Probate of said last will and Testament hay~ 
ing beon granted to them on the 27th day of 
February, 1879, by tho Surrogate Court of the 
County of Hastings), directed to them or one 
of them, post paid to their address, Post Office 
box 93, Bellovillo, or left at the Law Office of 
L. H. Henderton, Eeq., Metropolitan Block, 
North Campbell Streot, in City of Belle- 
ville, on or before the 15th day of August, 
187 jration of which time the said 
Exe proceed to distribute the assets 
of the anid deceased among the persons or par+ 
tios entitled thereto, having regard to the 
debts and claims only of which tho said Exeo- 
utors shall thon have had notice ; and the said 
Sxeoutors, under the provisions of tho said 
tatuto, will not be liable for the sasets #o 
distributed, to any porson or parties of whore 
debt or claim they shall not have had notice 


tablo enthusiasts, and betwoon their atereo- 
typed phrases manage to convey to the 
visitor no small amount of information, 
gracefully told, Which they Nave ucoumu- 
lated during a lifetime of patient study. It 
grieves them to the heart that in the muse- 
um there is not asinglo specimen of the 
poet's handwriting. Shakespeare was pro- 
digal of his script; what has become of it 
all} Of family records there is no lack. 
Thoro is even tho curious wooden casket in 
which the poot’s will was found, Thero is 
tho mask of his face takon after death. One 
looka at it in vain in search of confirmation 
of his views concerning the authenticity of 
this or that portrait; death has done his 
work well, Washington Irving's famous 
lines, written at Stratford, aro framod and 
hang in this museum, Tho bits of forni- 
ture of the time when Shakespeare | 
tho rings, the articles of apparel, the booke 
the hundred trifles, help us to restore somo 

faint image of tho poriod, and it in to be 

hoped that tho Shakespeare Momorial As- 

sociation will spond a good deal of their 

monoy on the musoum which they hayo at- 

tached to the new theatre, Both a muaeum | 
and library of magnitude are een te | 


money onough to atock thom can bo #0- | at tho time of such distribution. % 
ae “Over the doors of the entrance of | Dated the 10th day of July, A.D. 1879, 
tho musoum will be panela illustrating, in JAM a 
torra cotta or fresco, acenos from the beat F LH te Ean OT 
known plays. dtd Exooutors of nai deooased. 
Tux Pervume ov ax Hratrsrickr 
Fe ee ce catkpict iy morethan| CUSTOM HOUSE BLANKS. 
ono hundred millions of civilized beings, Mun- —_ 


nay & Latman’s Fromipa Waren 


1s to-day | A FULL STOCK constantly on [bard ot 
the standard perfume in aoviety, 


thir office, 


“ 
Pm 1) 


Pr. ROWELL & Co, — 
ee 40 Panx Row, New Yous, 
, New York, 
and aro au: 
advortising at 


: AND 
J. WH. BATES, 41 Pans Row 


RE our Agonta in that city, 
A thorized to contract for 


Sur lowest rates, 


Was 
SEDs 
Baily Auteliigencer. 


;ELUEVILLE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 


Reconstructing the Cabinet. 


For sovoral wooka tho Grit journals have 
been engaged in the work of reconstructing 
tho Cabinot. First thoy had it that Sir 
John A. Macdonald was to retire and bo 
succeeded by Sir A. T. Galt, but that prov- 
ed to be incorrect ; then they intimated, 
and have up to the present stuck to it per- 
tinaciously, that the Hon, James Maedon- 
ald, Minister of Justice, was to bo appoint- 
ed Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, and to be 
succeeded by Mr. Daly, of Halifax ; that 
Hon, Mr, Masson, Minister of Militia, was 
to retire in favor of Mr. Mousseau ; and 
that Hon. Mr, Aikens, Secretary of State, 
was to accept an appointment and make 
way for Mr, D'Alton McCarthy. Doubt- 
loss these assertions have obtained much 
credence ; but doubtless they aro the mero 
emanation of tho fortile imaginations of 
Grit correspondents destitute of Jogitimate 
material upon which to exercise their ever- 

ready pens, and with whom tho truth of 
what they, ina mattar of no_eanse- 


quence, Sat thus offectively disposes 
of the stories in question :—‘* We neod 
hardly say that tho rumor of Mr, Macdon- 
ald’s rotirement -ia without foundation, as 
is also the other rumor that his portfolio 
has been offered to Mr. Dalton McCarthy. 
Mr. McCarthy would make an excellent 
Minister, and few men havo higher pros- 
pects of political fame and promotion. It 
is, indeed, tho hoast of the-Liberal-Consor- 
vative party that it contains plenty of ablo 
men. Should a vacancy occur in any de- 
partment, tho Premier can say with the 
English King after Chevy chaso : 


“T trust I have within my realm, 
Hive hundred as good aa he,” 


But for the present no yacancies are likely 
to occur.” 

Perhaps after this explicit denial of their 
romancing our Grit friends may ceaso their 
disinterested endeavors to relieve the Pre- 
imier of the labor of carrying on the Goy- 
ernment. No doubt Sir John might learn 
a great deal from such able advisers, but 
wo fear that ho will not be disposed to ask 
their assistance, or even to accept it when 
voluntarily offered to him,as he hasa habit 
of doing things in his own way. 


“0 


The Post Office Savings Bank. 


We havo been fayored with a copy of a 
rocently published statement of the business 
of the Post Office Savings Bank, Canada, 
year by year, from the Ist of April, 1868, 
to the 30th of Juno, 1869, The document 
is a particularly interesting one, and we 
give the following summary, mado by thu 
Kingston News, of the information which 
it contains: 


Total amounts 
inclusive of 
Year. Amount of Deposits, interest, 
30th Juno, 1869..$ 927,885 $ 503,614 26 


1870. 1,347,001 930,048 83 
19> Lats 000. 050-ar 
1872. 2,261,651 2:144,600 1 
1873... 2,306,018 2/504,651 57 
1874. 2/692/865 46 
1875. 2'525/390 48 

i 

9 


“« 
“ 
“ 
“ 
“ 
« 
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1876.. 432,852 58 
1877... 375,037 47 
1878, . 1,724,371 2,604,984 03 
1879.. 1,973,243 2,925,290 89 
Tho business of 1879 compared with that 
of last yoar shows an increase of 3,252 de- 
posits, and an increase in the amount de- 
posited of $248,872, which is evidence of 
the improvement of the timos. During 
the same period the number of depositors 
holding accounts increased by 1,910, and 
tho balance due to depositors increased by 
$350,706.77. The following ‘figures re- 
present the amounts withdrawn by de- 
positors during the years from that ending 
30th June, 1869, to 30th of June last :-— 
$ 269,754 35 
«+ 664,555 51 
-. 1,093,438 86 
.. 1,571,665 19 
-. 1,925,999 32 
. 2,086,243 42 
++» 2,041,879 04 
+» 1,783,257 97 
«» 1,525,682 98 
«. 1,486,158 73 
-~ 1,475,048 79 
‘The amount of interest allowed on depos- 
its is four per cent, the sum liable to be 
withdrawn at call. On spocial deposits, to 
bo withdrawn after three months’ notice,in- 
toreat at the rate of five per cent. was al- 
lowed up to the year 1871, when the sums 
on special deposit wore transferred to the 
Finance Department, and were invested in 
Dominion Stock. The circular before us 
states that the total cost of maintaining 
tho Post Office Savings Bank, including in- 
forest allowod to depositors and all expen- 
tes of management, averaged somewhat 
leas than four and a half per cent. on the 


1,521,000 


_ Sayings’ Bank balance in the hands of the 


Government. Attho ond of the first years’ 
business of tho Bank thero wore 213 offi- 
ces in oxistonco, Now thoro aro 207, 


Tho Post Office Savings Bank has proved 


~ @ great boon both in the United Kingdom 


and in Oanada, by affording persons of 
{rogal terfdency to place thoir savings on 
deposit in charge of the Goyernmont, which 
they know is perfectly safo investmont. 
Confidenco in all such institutions is of the 


« utmost importance, and in the Post Office 


Savings Bank the utmost confidenco is ro- 
posed. 


IMrKovEMENT IN IxTxRNAL Commence, — 
Tia speech at Rutland, Vt., Mr. Secro, 
tary Sherman stated that the internal com- 
merce of tho United Sates had improved 
more rapidly in the past year than any ye 
since 1873. From a statemont of the ex- 
changes at tho twonty-two cloaring 
in the chief cities of the Union, it 
that for the first five months of the 
onding June 30, 1878, the amount of 
changes in thone cities was $11,936 
and for tho same period of 1870 It’ was 
314,350,492,229, showing an increase of 20,2 
per cont. this year, 


ar 


houses 
+ it appoara 
year 


Tho Consolidated Bank Suspended 


It was rumored on tho atreet yestorday 
afternoon that the Consolidated Bank had 
suspended payment, This did not create 
much surprise among those who had kept 
thomsolves advised of tho financlal con- 
dition of the Bank, and had noticed tho 
stock tumbling within the last fow wooks 


tho rumor turned out to be too true, for 
when the doors of the Bank wore opened 
this morning, tho notice ‘Suspended 
Specie Payment" was visible at the 
Tollor’s desk. Wo undorstand the Bank 
was reluctantly compelled to tako this step 
owing to tho continued heavy demands 
made by depositors at the principal 
branches. 

Whether tho susponsion is temporary or 
permanent, of course cannot bo known at 
present, but a yery goneral regret will bo 
felt throughout the community that such 
action was deemed necessary on the part of 
the Directors of this Institution, 

Of courso there is naturally considerable 
excitement amongst bill holders and depos- 
itors,and their anxiety to realize may causo 
some of the formor tosellat a largesacrifice, 
We would strongly adviso those who hold 
Consolidated Bank Billa not to part with 
thoir notes at a discount until a statement 
of the affairs of the Bank is made publio, 
which no doubt will be published at the 
earliest possible moment, 

As soon as it was known that tho Bank 
had suspended a number of our principal 


merchantsissued posters announcing that 
Dis WouLa be taken at par for goods. 


Tho Toronto Mail, in an article on the 
suspension of the Bank, says :—‘‘For some 
time past they have been transferring their 
deposit accounts in the agencies through- 
out Ontario to other banks, and we under 
stand that the only agencies open in this 
Province yesterday wero those of | Toronto 
and Belleville. Thero was no rin on 
the bank here yesterday, and it is believed 
the suspension was brought about by 
Montreal complications, The note circula. 
tion and deposit accounts are safo and 
secured beyond any doubt. It will take 
the bank some little time, of course, to 
realize its assets, but depositors and hold- 
ers of notes may rest satisfied thatthey will 
be paid in full. They are secured not only 
by the general assets, but by the liability 
of the shareholders. No alarm may be felt 
on this acore, and those who are wise will 
hold on to their claims and give no heed to 
tho sharks who on such occasions seek to 
create a panic that they may prey on the 
foars of the publi 


The Grand Junction. 


The Campbellford Herald of July Stat 
says:—‘‘ As wo stated in prospective, a 
fow woeksago, the Grand Junction Rail- 
way will bean accomplished matter by to- 
morrow, Ist Auguat ; thus there are now 
ever forty miles of road from Belleville to 
Hastings, graded, bridged, tied, ironed, 
ballasted and completed, and subject to 
the examination of the Government. Rail- 
way Inspector, who has been making his 
tour over the line during this week. 

“On Tuesday, the last load of ballast 
was laid about one mile from Hastings ; 
and ono of the engines and all its gang of 
workmen have taken their’ departure. 


Seventy-five men were discharged on Mon- 
day, and thosc romeining will weenien their 


“ticket of leave’ in a few days. Ono en- 
gine is still on the line, filling up tho little 
deficiencies of ballast, and by the close of 
this week nothing will be left undone, 

“ Mr. Fowlds, who has the contract of 
fencing midway between Hastings and 
Campbellford; has completed about four 
miles of his job ; and Reeve Dinwoodio, 
who has an equal amount of fencing has 
about one half of it done. 

“The station, an airy, nicely-built, and 
inviting little building will be finished to- 
morrow. It is a credit to its contractor. 
What there is to be done at the present 
date, is slight ; and eyerything may now 
bo said to bo in readiness for the regular 
running of trains.” 


Famore or Exousn Crors.—A cable 
despatch says :—‘‘A commercial agent at 
Nottingham, Eng., reports a gloomy ac- 
count of the crops owing to the unparallel- 
ed cold season. From his central position, 
ho predicts a serious failure throughout 
England anda largedemand upon Russia 
and America for breadstuffs. The advo- 
cates of free trade rejoice in its beneficial 
effects in seasons like the present. Among 
farmers a great increase in bankrupts must 
ensue.” 

Reronswen Eriscoran Cuurcues.—At 
the Reformed Episcopal Convention which 
closed at Ottawa on the 3lst ult. Bishop 
Latone presided. A resolution was adopt. 
ed appointing a committee to draft a con- 
stitution for a synod, and it was also docid- 
ed to ask the General Council to appoint 
“sa bishop or delogato ono of the present 
bishopsto the Canadian Chucrh until a 
synod is appointed under a bishop of their 
own nomination. A resolution was passed 
on the forming of an American connection, 
and it was decided that this Canadian Con. 
vention should mect annually, the noxt 
mooting be held in Montreal on tho last 
Wednesday in May, 1880, 


Discovery or A Revouvrionary Asso- 
CIATION.—A despatch from St. Petersburg 
says the police authorities have discovered 
the existence of a formidable association, 
having for its purpose revolutionary pro- 
jects, the exact purport of which is not yot 
publicly known, Tho headquarters of the 
association were upon tho estates of the 
Grand Duke Constantine, brother of the 
Czar, These estatos are situated noar St, 
Petersburg. Doscont upon the estatos was 
made, and one hundred persons arrosted 
and carried to tho capital, where they now 
are in prison. Very wild rumors con- 
cerning the extent and purpose of the 
alleged conspiracy are in circulation, 


Tho importation of American loathor into 
Europe hos inoreased ono hundred per cont 
ince 1873, Inthat year Europe receive) 
12 hides, and to judgo by the exports 
from the United States thus far this year it 


will receive at the close over 1,000,000, 


Customs Returns. 


Tho Customs returns for the months of 
July, 1878 and 1879, compare as follows : 
ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION—IMPORTS. 


Value. Duty. 

1878 ,....seceeesene $15,804 $2,668 O1 
1879, ..cceeeeseees 18,862 4,712 93 
Increase, ....+.+ $s $2,044 92 


1878, 
1879, 


Increase, ,...... $ 8,878 
————— 


News Condensed. 


—A party of fifty-seven Icelanders arrivod 
at Winnipeg yostorday. 

—It is stated that thore aro now only three 
Russian cavalry regiments in Bulgaria, 

—The oxcoss of carnings over expenditure 
at Sing Sing Prison for July amounts to 
$3,580. z ! 

—A small bomb was oxploded yesterday in 
the Church of St, Louis, Madrid. No ono 
was injured. 

—The familios of Lieut,-Gov. Laird and 
Col. Richardson have arrived at Winnipeg 


from Battloford. 

—Napoleon III.’a/ ‘* Vio de Cesar” is to bo 
completed. Colonel Stoffel is travolling in 
Italy to collect materials, 

—A despatch from Valparaiso says tho 
Poruyian steamer Pilcomayo has destroyed 
all the launches at Tooonella, 

—On tho Sist ult,, the hotel, stables and 
sheds of FE. Miller, and a house belonging to 
E. Wheler, Stouffville, were burned. 

—Last Friday night a bear visited the farm 
of Mr_ Wm Godfrayma-=—Livarpoal. NS 
Next morning two hives of bees were mi: 

—Licut.-Gov, Cauchon went from Winni- 
pog to Rat Portage by a special train yester- 
day to moct the Lieutenant-Governor of 
Ontario, 

—It is said that St. Androw’s Society of 
Toronto have expressed awillingness to spend 
$5,000 or $6,000 to make the proposed ball to 
the Governor-General and the Princess a 
success, 5 

—It is rumored in political circles that the 
Government will shortly order work on the 
Georgian Bay Branch C, P. R. to be discon- 
tinued for the present, but tho contractors 
havo not yet béon notified. 

—An ice waggon belonging to Morrice & 
Co., was struck by a locomotive of the Grand 
‘Trunk on a crossing in Montreal, on the 3let 
ult., and the driver, aman named Lovett, was 
dangerously injured. 

—A Quebeo despatch says :—According to 
the advice of his physician, the Hon. Mr. 
Letellier, ex-Lieutenant-Governor, will take 
a trip to the wost, probably as far as Niagara 
before he goos down to his residence, 

—A common way of imposing upon iguorant 
prospectors in the mining regions of Nevada 
is to shoot gold filings into the ground from a 
gan, Even brass is made to serve the pur- 
pose,and by this means many a worthles claim 
is sold at a high prics, 

—Jno. Rumford, who was confined in 
Stratford jail awaiting his trial for forgery, 
escaped on the night of the 30th ult. He 
sawed the bars of the cell door aud opened 
another door witha chisel, and placinga board 
against tho outside wall climbed over, 

—On tho 3ist ult. a farmer living near 
Three Rivera named J, B, Champoux, when 
using a reaping machine on Tuesday, jumped 
from his seat in front of the machine while 
still in motion. He fell, and was dragged 
across the field, the teeth of the reaper com- 
pletely severing one leg. He died in a few 
hours after from loss of blood, 

—Thoy are making artificial ico in Florida, 


Tne price of Northern ica in Florida naed__ta 
be fee eee ey een dollars per ton, but now 


thoy are selling artificial ico for five dollars, 
The water to be frozen is put in galvanized 
j-on cans, liquid ammonia is allowed to flow 
through coils,and,becoming gaseous, abstracts 
from the water so much heat that it speedily 
freezes. 


Tue Mapoc Goup Frecps.—Mr, W. H. 
Palmer writes as follows to the Madoc Re- 
view:—‘‘As the progress of exploration 
goes on slowly, but surely, new geographi- 
cal facts of great importance to science are 
being brought to light, and new discoyer- 
ios made which show the extent and rich- 
noas of the auriferous region here to be 
much greater than was supposed. The 
vein discovered a short time ago on the 
Mill Lot at Bannockburn, which is there a 
mere thread, and has all the appearance of 
a small ‘crop courso ’ is found to be a true 
vein. I have traced it into adjacent lots 
and find it expanding into a fine strong lode 
of rich creamy quartz, well charged with 
grey and yellow sulphurets, black sand,and 
free gold. Inother places too, where it 
was least expected, accidental discoveries 
have been made, placing beyond all doubt 
the vast ‘ager aureum,’ and the unlimited 
stores of golden wealth that lie buried in 
the rocks, and covered over by the deep 
mantle of forest green.” 


The Diet of Worms. 


Worms infest the upper partof the bowels 
and feed on chyle. They produce a voracious 
appenes and great emaciation of flesh, and 
this enormous desire for food, whioh is never 
satistiod, is, no doubt, occasioned by the im- 
mediate consumption of the chylo, for the 
worm feeds upon the extracted nourishment 
of the food. Costiveness, indigestion, im- 
propor dict, and the unhealthy secretions of 
the bowels in children, aro among the causes 
producing worms, A brisk, regular motion 
of the bowels would alwaya prevent worms 
from collecting in the intestines. Thé appotite 
becomes iable and voracious, the belly is 
d anc elled, there is the picking of the 
nose, the starting in sloop, the grinding of the 
teeth. The flesh becomes wasted, and tho 
child is liable to convulsions, Frequont pain 
in the bowels and sickness of the stomach are 
strong symptoms of worms. Thoro is roally 
no need to send for » physician in such casos, 
Dx, Hennicn’s Sooan Coatep Prtis, which 
any child will willingly take, aro » pecially 
adapted to the rolief of such cases, ‘T’ hoy aro 
really a family medicine which cannot safely 
be ignored, 


Free of Cost. 

The moat wondorfal romedy of tho ago ia 
now placed within the reach of all. Bo ho 
rich or be he poor, it coats notling to givo 
this great remedy a trial. Dn. Kina's 
Oattyornta Gopen Compounn, for Dya- 
epain, Sick Headache, Low Spirits, Lons 

Appetite, Sour Stomach, Coming up of 
‘ood, Yollow Comploxion, Gonoral Dobil- 
ity, Inactivity and Drowsiness, Liver com- 
plaint, Jaundice and Biliousness, for which 
it inn cortain and speedy cure. No person 
should be without it. In order to prove 
that it will do all that wo claim for it, you 


are givon a trial bottle free of cost, which | 


will convince you of its truly woniorful 
Taney a ae you what a regular one 
dolar #izo bottle will do, For sale by Jas. 
Clark & Co, Bellevillo, ‘ g 


Melancholy Drowning Acci- 
dent. 


A STEAM YACHT UPSET. 
FIVE PERSONS DROWNED. 


Cuaytow, N.Y., July 31. 
this morning chartered the steam-yach 
Farrington and Josephine for an excursion on 
the St. Lawrence. Tho bonta wero lashod to- 
gether and tho party loft about 9:30, They 
had steamed not more than twenty roda when 
the head lashing loosod and the Josephine oap- 
sized and sunk. Mrs. Porsells, of Bingham- 


insertion. Kach additiona 


Hotel, Front 


Wants. 


Twenty-five words under this head 95 cents frat 

ach t insertion 10 ets. 

ED, cook, dining room girl, aod 

laund. Apply at Bt. Goor 
Gro. Stan.iwo, 


t. 


sewers} ORDER YOUR CLOTHING. |\' 
ConsolidatedBankBills 


7 


AT PAR, 


AT GRAHAM'S. 


ton; Mrs. Sarah Bostwick, Mr. and Mrs, 

Burkelow, of Kirkwood, and Miss Hattio 

Pollock, ot Now York, were drownod. 
Nothing happened to the Farrington's 


party. Tho people on both yachts were of | Taberpaclo, and College Endowment Fund. 


the samo party, and wero out for a pleasure 
trip. 
The Kingston Whig has tho following ad- 
ditional particulars of the sad accident :— 
About 20 rods from shore the Captain of the 
Farrington ordored Capt. Brush, of the 


Josephine, to slack the bow line, in order to | kins Streets, Address 


allow the Josephine to fall back farther, she 
being the smaller boat, The engineer at the 
same time alackoned the stern line, and as the 
bow line was slackenod the boats spread rapid- 
ly apart. Tho captain of the Josephine, taking 
in tho aituation at a glance, immediately com- 
menced paying out the bow line, but a kink 
in the rope caught, which proyonted the Jose- 
phine from ewinging around, and in conse~ 
quence she filled and sank in sixty-five fect of 
water, There were eighteen persons on the 
Josephine, and all wore saved with the excep- 
tion or five ladies. Several others wonld have 
also found watery graves had it not been for 
Albert Waite, the engineer of the Josephine, 
who rescued threo persons, The accident oo- 
curred so suddenly that it is thought tho five 
persons who were drowned did not have time 
to got out of the boat, as the ladies have not 
come to the surface yet, and they are still in 
the yacht, The Farrington also had a narrow 
esoape from sharing tho samo fate, but the bow 
line was cut in time to save hor from capsizing. 
Tho Josephine is owned in Syracuse, and is a 
new boat 35 feet keel and 6 fect beam. Sino 
the accident a large namber of people on tho 
Farrington and a scow are trying to raise the 
Josephine, About forty amall boats aro at the 
scene of the disaster trying to grapple for the 
bodios, but at this writing (2:30 p. m.,) with- 
out success. It is quite certain that the 
bodies are still in the boat. If necessary a 
diving bell will be sent from Garden Island 
this afternoon. The greatest oxcitement 
prevails all along the river. Tho meeting at 
the Island Park was closed as soon as the news 
reached there, It is hoped that the Josephine 
will be raised this evening. Business {sat a 
stand still, and flags aro at half :nast all over 
the village, 5 


AFFAIRS IN JAMAICA. 


Reckless and Criminal Extrava- 
gance of the Officials. 


he People Oppressed by Taxation | Parlor, Dining Room, Kitchen and Bedroom 


—The Governor Going on 2 Vaca- 
tion. 

Kurxostoy, Jamaica, July 24.—Sir Anthony 
Musgrave, Governor of this Island, goes on a 
vacation of six months to England, via New 
York. Lady Musgrave will accompany him. 
She is a daughter of David Dudley Field. 

Financially and agriculturally things in 
Jamaica aro looking very gloomy. The ex- 


travagance of the officials is both reckless and 
Avitente STO, Wiens up vue UelCIwuG 


reven'1¢, increased taxation is being resorted 
to. Tho first great public meeting since the 
inauguration of Crown Government, in 1866, 
was held the other evening. The people ware 
most demonstrative upon the oppression to 
which the colonist are being subjected by a 
body of officials, who are by tho system of 
government utterly irresponsible, 
(a 

A Singular Accident on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford 


R. R. 
New Haven, Aug. 7, 1877. 

Dr. Gites :—Whilo on duty as fireman on 
engine 47, about ten miles from this city, on 
Shore Line Road, was accidently thrown-off 
against a rock, train under full head—about 
thirty-five miles an hour, Was very badly 
bruised. Your agent was on board. He fur- 
nished mo with two bottles of Liniment Iodide 
Ammonia, from which I received the test 
possible benefit. In four days was able to sit 
up, and am now able to commence work, My 
aged mother also used the Liniment tor rheu- 
matiam, which it cured. Joun Garrney. 

The above was witnessed by a number of 
passengors,and vouched for by Mr. T, McGee, 
conductor, 

Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet. 

Dr. Gives, 
120 West Broadway, N. Y. 
Trial size 25 cents. 


A Dericrr.—The English Chancellor of 
the Exchequer stated yesterday in the 
House of Commons that the Government 
proposed to ask a vote of £3,000,000, on 
account of the expenses of the Zulu war, 
which would change the anticipated surplus 
into a deficit of £1,163,000, The Goyern-. 
ment, however, hoped to be recouped by 
the South African Colonies. 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. 


Tho Best Satve in tho world for Cuts, 
Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt Rhoum, Tctter, 
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all 
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This salve is 
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every 
case or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents per 
box. For salo by Jas, Clarke & Co, w8m 


On Tuesday afternoon a man named 
Greer, hailing from Prescott, whilst walk- 
ing down Rideau street, Ottawa, conceived 
the idea of shooting himself, “ by way of 
experiment,” he said. He shot through 
his hand. Dr. Coloman and Mr. D. Wil- 
son immodiately seized the man and handed 
him over toa policeman. 


No Avoonor.—Boarine is propared with- 
out the uso of alcohol or any othor Hair 
kiiling ingredient, It presorvos tho hair 
and will be found the moat dolightfull Hair 
Drossing in tho market. 

Joux Porter, of Ripley, Ohio, writes; 
T havo giyon tho Pain Killor to Horses for 
Colic, and found it is the bost remedy I 
ever tried. It gives them oaso quicker 
than any other remody I over used, I givo 
for a dose half of a 26-cont bottle, put in a 
pint bottle of warm water, and drench 
thom with it. I havo always cured the 
worst casos without dolay. 

Incrrrent Consomrtion.—In bronchial 
and othor cheat affections, in arrosting inci- 
piont consun and in lessening tho 
distrossing symptoms of this diseaso in its 


Consolidated Bank Bills. 


WILL take the above Bills at Paced per 
ment of subscriptions to the new M. 


J, G, ROBLNSON, 
Treasurer. 
Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. a6 


FOR SALE. 
2, 


VACANT LOT for sale,—N: 
side of Yeomans and south sis 


A. RYAN, 
No, 55, Metcalf Street, 
Ottawa, Ont, 


d6t 


For Two Days, 


CONSOLIDATED BANK BILLS 


TAKEN AT PAR 


FOR 


GOODS. 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


AUCTION SALE 


HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 


[ Am itzoctea by Mrs. George Logan to 
sell at her residence, Cedar Street, West 
Belleville, on 


Thursday, August 5th, 


All the H'urniture and Household 
Effects, 

CONSISTING OF 

Furniture, Bedding, Bedsteads, Car- 
pets, Kitchen Utensils, Cook- 
ing and otber Stoves, 
and general 
Userut Hovusenotp Sunpnrizs. 
a Sale at 10, a, m. 

R, PURDY, 


Auctioneer, 
Ang. 1. 3 


Just Received, 


AT THE 


PHARMACY. 
JAMES GLARKE & C0. 
CHEAP WHITE SHIRTS. 


Only 75 Cents Each, 


worth far more money, 


CALL AND SEE THEM. 


Glasgow Warehouse, 
CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 


jee C Received, a lot of 


New Patterns, 


Very Cheap. 
60c., 65c., and 75c. per yard, 


Please call and see them. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


JUST RECEIVING, 


pst Tnstalmonta of our 


FALL GOODS. 


THE STEAMER TRANSIT 
Will make an Excursion on 
Monday Evening, August 4th, 
leaving her wharf at 8 o’clook, 

‘Tho Oddfellows’ Band will furnish Musio, 


| hopoless stages, as woll as in cases of nor- 
vous dobility in giving tono to tho ayatom, 
it is undoubtedly a valuable remedy. -John 


Tickets, 25ots, 74.3t 
GEO. W. STEWART, 
RCHITECT, Office in Ridley’s Block 


McMurray, Methodist Minister, Nowport, | /X Campbell Street, opposite Opera House, | Apply to 
A pada genie | in Marah, 46 Smday | Balloy 


eorge'* | Bridge St. Methodist Church, 


Wuusu, of Hamilton, 


Grand Organ Concert 


lecture room at 7 o'clock, and at 8:30 the 
musical part of the programme will commence. 


Great Clearing Sale 
/ \ea| Shp FISH & CO's. 


Remnants of Shirting, 
Odds and Ends of Ties, 


Collars,| Cuffs, &c., &e, 


“THE SERVICES 


IN CONNECTION Wim 


RE-OPENING 


ILL take place on SUNDAY next, Aug. 

3rd. Special Sermons will be delivered 
Key. Dr, Siccm at 11 o'clock, a, m., and 
o'clock, p. m, 


Music will be conducted by Prof, Huxny 


Underclothing, Socks, 
And all kinds of summer goods at greatly 


cod a, 
eae ety vy Mi 91 4 00,, 
5 Manufacturers & Gents’ Furnishers, 
esa 260 Front Street. . * 


ON MONDAY EVENING, A ib ‘260 Front Street 
PEACH FESTIVAL |cUST RECEIVED 


A CONSIGNMENT OF 


CHARLES TURNER'S 
Celebrated 


VARNISHES, 


ARBIAGE MEN will tind these Var. 
nishes to be the Best Valuein the mar- 


WILL BE GIVEN, 


Peaches and cream will be served in the 


ket. 
TURNER'S VARNISHES 


SUSTALY A 

HIGH POLISH, 

very durablo,and dries in from 10 to 12 hours, 
To pkgs. : lga, 4 ga, 


HENRY WHISH - - ORGANIST. 


The programme will consist of selections 
from the most celebrated inasters, 


~ Admission to Festival and Concert 35 cents. 


AUREOLINE 


FROCKEEDS FOR ORGAN FUND, 


1 qt. 
J. A. IAMBLY, 


ae 


TO EXGURSIONISTS, 


EXCURSION PARTIES 
[Dea to visit tho beautiful Village 
of CAMPBELLFORD during the season, 
will do well to consult 


Mr. T. Blute, Proprictor of the 
Windsor Hotel, . 
as he pu ou extending the samo privileges 
to ctboceinal ie has to cakes who are already 
visited him, viz: 
Grounps rrovipep, PLatronm Execrep 
yor Dancino, anpD Music Hart 
in case of unfavorable weather, free— which 
will accommodate one thousand persons. 
Motel Accommodations 
second to none in the Province, 
T. BLUTE, 


Proprietor. 
30, 1876. dim 


on, 


Campbeliford 


Truthfulness and Fair Deal- 
ing is Our Motto. 


Oo” work recommends itself. 


Our cheap prices are acceptable these hard 
times. Our 


86 Cabinets are still $3 per doz. 
$3 Extra Cards $1.50 cs 
Engagements will please bo made in order 


to wave confusion, as we are very busy. 
J A. BROCK & CO,, 


Photographers. 
29 F wt St. 


SEMI-ANNUAL 


SALE. 


OMMENCING on Wednesday the 16th 
July, we will offer for sale the Remnants 
of Summer Stock at greatly reduced prices, 
consisting of 
Cattons,- 
Linens. 
Dress Goods, 
Carpets, 
Oil Cloths, 
Shirtings, 
&e., ke, 


Geo. Ritchie & Co. 


July 14, 1879, 


VALUABLE RESIDENCES 
GROUNDS FOR SALE 
WEST BELLEVILLE. 


| EEE will be sold by 


PUBLIC AUCTION 


at tho office of Ralph Purdy, Auctio: 
Bridge Street, City of Belleville, on 


SATURDAY, 23RD DAY OF AUGUST NEXT, 


at the hour of twelve o'clock noon, the follow. 
ing property, namely : 
PARCEL I. 

A family residence with grounds attached 
being lot number 4 on’the south side of Lewis 
Street, in West Bellevilie, adjoining the resi- 
dence of James Ross, Eeq., License inspector, 
Weat Bolleville, The promises comprise about 
half an acre of and, and on them aro erected 
a good rough cast house 16 x 24, with kitchen 
attached 14x 24, and barn 18 feot aquare, 
with outhouses complete. There aro also a 
handsome lawn, anumber of fine grown locust 


and maple trees, excellent orch; d, 
Par ok sad ard, goud well 


PARCEL II, 
Also at the same timo, on yo b) 
terms, lot 17, corner Pine and Geese 
and lot 16, south side of Pino Street, in the 
Grove, near the residence of L. H. Hender- 
son, Eeq., nearly half an acro of land, 
rough cast house, &o., also a stono foundation 
and cellar for a large house on tho premises. 
Tho above promisos will by. d 
gain. Title fadispa table: Peaedion shes 


at once, 
For further particulars ely to 
BELL & BELL, 
Vendors Solicitors, 


Datod this 30th July, 1879, 


SE 
far Sale or fo Bet 


d 25 cente firet 
0 cts, 


(0 LET, tho wholo or a portion of ahe 
y portion 
iy threo story atono factory, 40 ft <0 e 
on Coloman stroet, Power is mpplied b , 
30-horse powor stoam ongine. Aople tie 
A. Thompson, on tho Promises, pply to IL 
tf 


_Bolloville, July 4, 1879, 
‘onfectionery Shop and Bakery, 


T° Lat, a ©; 


fully equipped, nituatod 


bridge.” Rent mod. cast ond of lower 
eee orate, Ff, ; 
Ply to B, Truainch, Helvetia Heart oala ap- | = 


248th 


NO Let, by the rmonth, & 
T lately oooupicd by thet 
vila OD east nido 


W 


we have decided to reduce our 
third for all kinds of Pho! 


Ce Ben 


a consignment of their 


GENEVA GIN, | 


AND CRYSTAL BOTTLES, (gold labels), 
Which I will sell cheap for cash, wholesale 
and retail. 


an: of the 
ote estat lation 


SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. QHD. 


and every Saturday Evening until — 


Will leavo Bolloville at 7:90, for a nail soon } 


can leave Bellovillo at 4:30 p.m, aha 
ing at 7:30, Tickets 26 conta, children 10 — 
conta. Dea can be obtained if desired. 


pRvata Monoy at lowoat rates, Ip sume 


PHOTOGRAPHY, 


E will open our Studio on Monday 21st, 
and io order to have our work thor- 
gbly introduced in Belleville and vicinity, 
rices to one. 
raphe, 
Read the following price list : 


gs CABINETS, $3.00 per dozen, 
gar CARDS, g150 “« « 


} 


Just Received, 


7X S. S. Trent,” from Mesars, Blanken- 
heijm & Nolet, Rotterdam, Holland, 


CELEBRATED FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL 
IN WOOD, 


WESLEY BULLEN, 
Jane 17, 1879. 


ICE CREAM. 


z Choicest sae oi ox ee 
the pint, quart, or lon, sent ts 
at te Gi , and sold as low as at apy 


STRAWBERRIES 


RECEIVED DAILY. 
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples; 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 


SODA WATER FOUNTAIN in foll blast ~ 
with all the finest Syrups. 


J. 8. CROTHERS. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner. 
Belleville, Jane 10, 1879. 


DIRECT IMPORTATION 


or 


FINE BRANDY. 


UR|Bpring Importation! of a 
OnE eee UNS 


Messrs. J. & F. MARTELL, 
Cognac, France, 


is now arriving, in TT 7 


CASKS AND CASES. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers 4ND “ 
2 Wine Mercuants. 


BEDROOM SETS. 


jot received, direct from the English 
ae menntaare alarge and varied assort- 
ol 


i 


COLORED BEDROOM SETS, — 
ranging in price from $2.75 to$15 each. These 
are of f and attractive design, and oxcel- 
lont quality, 

F, B. ROUS & Oo 

Bolleville, July 24, 1879. 


ALEXANDRA, 
(CAPT. SMITH) 


further notice, 


tho Bay, returning to Bollovillo at 10 
o'clock and Trenton at 11:30, 


TICKETS 25 CENTS EACH, 
Partios who desire an afternoon excursion 
roturp: 


47d2m 
MONEY TO LOAN. 


to suit borrowers. 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 


TRAVELLERS’ GUIDE, 
GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE, 


Tune 9, 1879, 

@ UNO WEST, 
No. 2, Day Wo pres... 
‘0 4, Morn cxpress, 
No. 8) Mixed: 


GOING BAST, 
No, 1, Day Express. , 


No, 5, Mixed 


DAILY INE LLLIGENCER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1879, 


——— ——__—_————_— 
fll in, and was drowned before the attee | MORNING DESPATGHES. 


children discovered it, They took ft out 
and laid it on the floor, and then ran for 
tho father, who was a short distance from 
the house, but when he arrived life was 
oxtinot."* 


Exxatum,—In our report of tho pro- 
coodings of the Iast mooting of the City 
Council, it was atated that the 10th Bat- 
tallion Rifle Association had applied for a 


on the 1dth September, 

Rurtann, Vt, Aag. 1,—John P, Page was 
elected President of tho Rutland Railroad 
yoatorday, 

ATLANTA, Ga., Aug. 1, —Tho Governor offers 
@ reward of $5,000 for the capture of the mur- 


Loxpow, Aug: 1.—TIt in expeotod that Em" | 
poror William will be in Motz on the 24th of | 


Septem ber to attend a review of the troops. | 
Loxpox, Aug. 1,—Weaton and Rowell will] ‘The Archbishop of Algiers has received in- 
sign articlos on Saturday for tho next compo: | telligonca that the African expedition sont | 
tition for the Astley bolt at Gilmoro's Gardons | out by the Algorian Missionary Society arriv, 


od at a point south:weat of Lake Victoria in | 
January, Tho loader writes exprossing foar 
that unless farthor supplies aro immodiately 
sont from the coast the membors of tho expo- 
dition will starve. 

With referenco to the invitation of the! 


SANFORD’S 


RADICAL CURE 


For a\ 


CATARRH 
Renders the 


Clears the Head, 
Breathing Easy and Kreath 


FASHIONABLE TAILOR 


——_—o— 


Nb. 


{Ve aro making up to order those magnificent fine Navy Bluo Serge Suits from 


810 to 816, 


oLLEV "I rOR'T STINGS | 2! i oi sror of the Mo slide: Now Y otic Club to English amateur Sweet, ®® large assortmont of Dross Shirts, Fancy ’ 3 ; , 
BELLEVILLE AND NORTH HASTINGS | &rant in aid of their annual mooting. It derer of the Mormon elder, Now York Athletic Club to Englis! ry opened or . y . Shirts, Fancy Ties, Silk Squares, and Li ", 
RAILWAY, should hayo boon tho Hastings Rifle Associ. | BAvrmtonz, Md, Aug. 1.—Geo. Otto and | athlotos to visit Amorica for tho purposo of a| _ SENSE OF SMELL AND TASTE REcovEnED, pened ont to-day, Veny Cuear. Call and seo them, toen Collars 
: i i his son, tailors, yesterday sued Jos. Wyman, | competition betwoon six members of the Lon- |_| feel compelled to acknowled, ‘ou the 
Teaves “Madloo .. 7:00 a. m. ation, y y ’ great benofit Saxyorp's R E 
Arrive in Bellevi 15 a, m. - -~ alias ‘*Mary,” to recover $5,000, alloged to| don Atbletio Ciub and six othor amateurs, | fren to the Fag tee nasey PRDioAn Cone bn Cc R AD Y & 5 
Teave Ballevilo 00 p.m. Visrrons ynoa Kinostox.—Tho stoamor | have beon procured from thoin illegally, Wy* | they have given notivo of their willingnoss to | with this loathsome. disease, and. especially ie 5 S ps 
RS eae SOUPS raisins. 7 Maud arrived shortly after 1 o'clock to-day | 4” eight years ago assumed women's clothes, | accept. disc ee e 0 IG | 
’ —— , with a largo oxcursion party from King-| 94 formed an acquaintance with tho Otts| It ia stated that tho operatives in tho Old- | foul odor wo bad that. my y Sr H) F 
STAGE ROUTES, ston, consisting of the pupils of tho Syden- | ® "Mary Wyman,” Ho had the privileges | bam cotton mills will be asked to submit to a | with other was very offensive to them. One 
— ¢ or . ‘ ape: week after commencing the use of 8 y 
a Stages leave tho principal hotels for the un- | ham Street Mothodist Sabbath School and et Shs rire Naa das ho is said to | farthor reduction of 5 por cent in their wages. itxpre OpauiC wane teocbled cite 
lermentioned places at the hours named: thelr fridndes After their art have abusod in his relations with Mra, Ott. ee My f taste and amell, which holly 
h of ir arrival the party s A : = he » which were wholly 
For Srrattvo,—Dally, at 8a, m,, and 2 p, m, It is claimed that Wyman o. «1 his influ ow fully returned, and my general 
For Manoo.--Daily-at 2p. py teat: dispersed thomsolves about tho city. once over Ott to tho tay ei oeehalng Li SUDDEN DEATH OF BISHOP fi ch improved. - my general PRICE LIST FOR 
Fon Burpoxwaren, Twexp, &c,—Dally, at O'BRIEN, Yours, Mevpounwe H. Fonp, CsUieE wes AIND AUGUS' 
1) —___ = 


Nuw Srman Yacur,—Tho Peterborough | ‘ 4i# r0m, and assuming tho control of his Shore kd aie 


Ip 
a « 'Cuxxton.—Daily, at 3 p,m, 


‘ f businogs and appropriating th cood. 7 Guanp Rarins, Miou., No. 3, 1367. eos bea 
x Fo em P Review saya:—'‘Mr. W. J. Nosbitt’s eee a eae i aha call Juewxc, Aug. 1.—Bishop O'Bri . seed i ; = 
Pa aatatacirettel Bal eiiabout noca'| egy Gack Pathe a8 als voted and | NEW XOn«, Aug, 1.—Washington spocias : | 089 Son reesei heey 10 YEARS A SUFFERER. . PS: ete in Ptock Reduced in Price : 
each day, steamy v i "he Jviune says information from New |{¢2o) ly at the St at ge Men's Canapian Twrep Sins eh 86.38 a 
4 — is moored at the Poterborough Boat Club | york iu to the effect that tho roporta of Ad. | L°¥i# Hotel in this city, ate ee ie gates - SEALUW60mn sis) 14. (iret Tee ant TOO pa 74 
x 0 cal xy oti (es lending reosiving tho finishing touches. | miral Ammon and Mr. Monocal, in rogard to SS SRD Beoteala Creator Carrey SER ae ta 7.50 BT 
= Fed le he Nobby ia a beautiful little craft 27 fect | the Paria Congress on tho intor-ocoanio canal, WEATHER REPORTS am induced to drop you a line to say that Al- Exouisn. Woxsrep Surrs ED imme 
PRR ras clicsaan iene long, 5 feet wide, and 3 feot in depth. Tho | had a depressing effect upon those attempting Toronto, Auguat 1.—Probabilitios for the advertised as Col myer Cae ea a ai if te 
tion, After siz insertions & cls. a tine. : canopy oxtends over the whole surface of | to secure funds in that city for tho project of | next twenty-four hours: For tho Lakoa ‘and apralng, promises such relief and ultimate 150 * 2.00 
a - . ; —— | tho yacht andallareproctectod from the sun | Do Leasops, and may lead to a now survey, | St. Lawrenco, moderato to fresh south wost- | “Uy Sat of BaxprOnD Ss. me 9 175 9.95 
: Wait’s Homaopathio Remodies for sale by | or rain, On Saturday sho starts for Hastings | Evarts is still gathoring statistics in regard | rly to south-castorly winds, and clear to| for more than ton gee ids lreadtul disease pre See 2.00 2.50 
Albert L. Geen. gon and will be conveyed to Belleville, over tho) to the Sshery quostion, and will request that | partly cloudy weather. soa be jude ve ere with an ntl Exrna Fine nena Parren 335 “ t to 
Holden's Cholora Drops for salo by Albert | Grand Junction Railway. At Belleville | ® War versol be sent to cruise in the fishing] WaAsurnoroy, August 1, — Indications ; etter of Mr. Henry, Wella (ol. Wells, We have a 's ena : : be i 
x Gent ps y the excursion party, consisting of the owner, sens peoured ie) the United States by the ra at see to a warmer, partly ” “f oe le ‘Tam oughly after let Botnet Janie aicok of) BALIN, Wiathing that must be sold out before the 
os" . A . LD. aty of Washington. cloudy, with areas of rain. To-morrow warm, | Yineed o! curative properties. oping that Men's Lust c on’! 9) V i ” 
Chandlers Anti-Chelern Dropa for ele by |. Wr Kem and Wr Dr Deck: ait puta]. eis tated. that Tilden rooently expremed | and fair, posbly thunder storms ters allay afc ike myself will bein wn Jeayasand XouthelDepattiness. con aia 
’ Albert L. Geen, hor and will steam: through tho Bay of | ¢°Ubts of his being ablo to secure the Prest- pd Tam, gentlemen, very truly, otc., Boys’ Twovd Suits, $2.00. Do. Figured Linen Suits, 70c. Do. extra quality, $1.88. 
Fowler's Extract Wild Strawberry, for sale | Quinte, touching at Piston and Kingston, dential roe He sensihe! seit from CUSTOM HOUSE ARRIVALS, Pa eatpet Tao. P. Boornr, Boys’ Linen Coats, 50c. Do. Bl'k aud Gray Lustro Coats, $1.00. 300 pre. Bea duck 
by Albort L, Geen, Rani tHronehnthacTheresnd™ Tslnnde) to imsel iat* Justice Field, o! California, ap- | (Reported by Dixon's Customs Broker's Office, ee y 24, 1877. : : Overalls at 560c. 250 pra. oxtra heavy figured at 90c. 
—_ Bronk sia tehackake ta fo\be loft and th peared to him to be the strongest and most INWARDS. Dis Tnpecved probed, Treatise, and Furnishing Department, 
Evans! Granular Efforvesoent Citrate Mag sacty will proceed to Lachine - ae availablo eandidato for tho Domiocratio party | _ Sch’r Florence, Oxwego, voal, Holden & Co, | °°" Slee linc ee White Dress Shirts, 75c. Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do. 3 ply Fronts, $1.25. 20 
nesia, for sale by Albert L. Geen. Ws ragalle’ lo" come ol Ware's We tis of a4 7 - eee ered aS a i Sede rhea pce entra Shirts at $1.25, with Collars attached in the latest patterns. 200 Rubber 
x a . ‘Tho Herald saya that Monden and | Foster & Koid, 2 bales wadding; 1 B Graham, oO LLI N ? ‘ » Pract 
Eyans’ Lime Fruit Juice Cordial for sale by | August.” Richardson, tho two West Point cadots,recont- | 2 bales wadding ; N Jone ok sae G Remempen tue Prace, 
a ae , : 2 ; es, 11 pkgs goods, 
Albert L, Geen, ly susponded for hazing, have been reinstated OUTWARD. BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 


Z x by the President. Their cases. were not so 
“The Committeo, taking charge of getting aivavatsd as those of the four others, 

up subscriptions for tho local yacht race, | ‘Tho Times saya that the public debt atate- 
have succeeded in obtaining $275, and very | ment to-day will show an increase during the 
little exertion has yet been made. It is| month of seven millions, mainly accounted 
expected that $500 will be raised, and that | for by oxtraordinary payments, and cight 
the fame of Kingston as aplace for yacht | and a half million for arrears of pensions, as| For the speedy Cure of Seminal Weakness, 
races will again rise to its formor height. | directed by the last Congress, out of tho fund | Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on 
About the 15th of August is put down as | held for redemption. hebererrerebial ee REY Reel 
the possible date, so that a good attendance The Sun says that tho President and Cabinet DAVIDSON * Co., 

of yachts may be depended on.” Would | ¥°r opposed in toto to Do Lessop’s plan. | 26y 78 Nassua St., Now York. 
it not be better for our neighbors to wait The President thinks that a board of atl PG 

until it is seon what, if any,action is “taken andiarmy engineers might be appointed .with: 


A CARD. 
cars =e bin Wash a all who a potering from tho errors and 
4 o _ | out expense © country, to meet in Wash- | indiscretions of youth, neryous weakness, | Spinal Affections, try these Plaste: 

ve Es eat ter Opis es ington to’examine and’ disbued''the different | carly dsoay, Toes of manhood, &4, Twill sand | “hey will do sox cance ort thee all the Mal- 
c erence to the removal o tl 0 disqualii cat fon | surveys of the various routes for tho canal | ® Fecipo that will cure you, FREE JF | ments, lotions, plasters, nostrums, electrical 
nin Dany Gan for theic second class race im; by their pebtcharclsrs CHARGE. This groat remody was discovor- | belts, pads and other high-priced contrivances in 

5 ; z posed 2 0 mus. b issii in & i the world. Placed ov t ii 
R ralea' apenih LhaiRineston i and el Ballavill 2 od by a missionary in South America, Send ‘er the pit of the Stomach 
Pe ne and Seliovile | Tho asteaunship Gallia, valued ata milliou, | a self-addressed cavelope to the Rey. Josxru | they pre cure Aguo }’ains, Bilious Colic 
fleets, before taking final action in the mat-| was seized by the United States Doputy | T- INman, Station D, New York City, ly | 14ver Complaints, and vitalize, strengthen. an 


City and Vicinity. ; 
vy — y ter? Should the action of the R. O. Y. O. | Marshal yesterday, fora claim of $8 for the Paced a eat crg rr eae 

Tue Uxiis,—Two prisoners and one | be favorable, wo would suppose that the | services of towing the vessel to the wharf, PRICE 26 CENTS. 
tramp in the cells last night, suggestion of the Mail to make the King-| Tho Tribune says that Theo, R. Davis i¢ Be careful to obtain Cottins’ Vouraic Exxc- 
. —_—_—_ _ | ston and Belleville regattas the close of a| engaged at Asbury park in making designs for Tale Pi era? iS compinsaon, of wonderful cura- 

Ourrse.—Four cars of cheese wore ship- | series would bo the most satisfactory, as a | stato dinner act for tho Whito House, which Hrgrelgss Foldby all Gorges 

ped for England to-day per Grand Trunk | much larger attendance of yachts would | Maviland, of Limoges, France, is now work- 
Railway. 3 thereby be secured. If not, it would, in | ig upon and declares will be the finest dinner 


VOLTAIC (Sag ELECTRIC 
PLASTER? 


Electricity and Healing Balsams, 
Vitalizing, Strengthening 
and Healing. 
Weary sufferer from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 
Local Pains, Weak Spine, Weak and Sore Lungs, 
Coughs and Colds, Weak Back, Weak Kidneys, 
Nervous Affections, Weak Stomach and Bowels, 
Dyspepsia, Heart Affections, Enlarged Spleen, 
Female Weakness, Shooting Pains through the 
Loins and Back, Lack of Strength and Activity, 
Spasms or Fits and Nervous~Muscular and 


Sch’r Tranchmontagne, Oswego,—lumber, 
Rathbun & Son. Olivia, Charlotte—iron oro, 
OJ Pusey. Scud, Oswego, light. : 


THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 


1 fe! you would study your health, comfort, and general appearance, leaye your order and 
measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest style, at 


FOSTHR & REID'S. 
New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, 
FOSTER & REID, 


Inporrers 


Evans’ Celebrated ‘Perfume in bulk, for salo 
by Albort L. Geen. 

Edison's Electric Belts for salo by Albert 
L, Goon, et At 

Take Notice —Consolidated Bank Bills 
taken in exchange for Furniture, at Mixonx’s 
Furniture Store. augl 


aE 


Daily Intelligencer. 


Special Notice. 
Prescription Free 


Commercial. — 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTED AT 
THE EXCHANGE OFFICE OF 
U. E. THOMPSON, 


NWirw. 


THE GRYSTAL SARATOGA. 


BRcLevitce, August 1, 


ae - t ever made in Europe. Everything that wiv 
Excurstox.—Another of thoso popular | °vr opinion, be practically useless to offer po sada i ¥ | 
cursions will takerplaco on the Alexandra prizes for yachts of tho first class at tho enters into the designs is parely American. Greonbacks biter a . Soar 993 ! 
to-morrow evenin? date named, as many of them will then be| Bostox, Aug. 1,—A special states that) Amorican Silver buying at ....,.85 to 90 D0 


rumor prevails in Fall River that anothor 
mill treasurer is short $180,000 in his ac- 


Ustox Scuoot Sxctions.—The Madoc | counts. 
Prrrstoy, Pa., Aug. 1.—Patrick Moran, of 


Binghamton, whilo repairing a church at To- 
wanda on Wedaesday, fell from the scaffold, 
ing and was killed. 
New York, Aug. 1 —The Times’ Chicago a) 
Bartsy—Nomi 


< —_ absent on cruises, 
Deap.—The oldman Owens who was 
hurt near Tweed last Saturday, has sinco 
died from the injuries received in the fall. Review contains the following interesting 
—_—_ information in the form of a letter from 
‘Virat Sraristics.—The vital statistics of | Mr, Wm. Mackintosh, Public School In- 
the city for the month of July were, 48} spector for North Hastings :—‘‘The col- 
regishereis Births 9; Marriages 11 ; Deaths jection of school rates in Union Schoo] | ,uonial anya that several Democratiomanagers a 
ections Prosents on apparent difficulty, at a conference in Milwaukee on Wednosday, ene ti 
Moonticat Excursioy.—Tho steamer particularly in regard to taxes on non-resi- | decided unanimously to abandon the principles Ss 
Transit will go out for amoonlight excur- dent lands. Tho School law amendments | of the Fond du Lac platform and make a bold 
sion on Monday evening, leaving her wharf for 1879 enact that Union School Sections | strike for hard money, putting in a plank, 
at Bo'lock. Tho Oddfellows’ band has | #hsll for the purpose of borrowing money | however, opposing national banks. 
boen engaged. . and the collection of taxes be held to be-| Lovrsvittx, Ky., Aug. 1.—John Morton, 
Jong to the Township in which the school | proprietor of a gambling saloon, was fatally 
Ixtanp Revenve.—The collections in | house of the section is situated. Thus, if | shot last night by Fred Rohman, who had 
the Belleville district for the month of | a Union School Section comprises portions | been ordered to leave the house by Morton. 
July were : Licenses $200 ; Tobacco $1,-| of Huntingdon, Hungerford, Tyendinaga ———EE 
118.10 ; Spirits $3,198.19 ; Malt $71.36 ; | and Thurlow, and the school house is 
total $4,687.65. Samo month last year | situated in Thurlow, the Trustees of the AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. 
;: aF pee =— 
+ $3,947.83. Increase $739.82. Section, must sond thoir ‘estimate and TaRnow; Aone La Tha Tinet; maya, shat 
buying in American speculstive Railway 
securities here, to which yesterday's rise is at- 


= = 3 requisition’ to the Council of Thurlow, 
Acorprxr.—The Picton ‘Limos says — | which will have to collectthe tax from the 
tributable is still principally on the Amorican 
account. 


“Ph. Low, Esq. Q O., mot with an accident | «516 section, the clerk of Thurlow getting 
on board the eee nd seep _ tho necessary abstracts fromthe Assessment 
engaged in conversation, he, without think. | Pots of the other Townships, The tax on 

Ing, placed his left hand on somo of the | , Union Section must be levied in the pro- 1 ee reapers Harp hate facts, 

7 machinery and had threo of the fingers portions fixed by the Reeves and Inspectors | yesterday, was due partly to the discouraging 

views of the Panama canal scheme entertained 

in the United States. 


British Silver buying at.... 


Stirling Exchange, 
Gold opened at 100 ; closed at 100, 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


VINEGAR! 


Received To-Day, July 24th, 
HAINES & LOCKETT, — 


“City Boot Store,” Belleville. 
THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA, 
THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
THE EMPRESS TRUNK, 
THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN, 
THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 


SEE OUR STOCK FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS COODS. 
All the Low Price Lines on hand. 


ate YOU 
' ROSS & DAVIES | WANT 


H AVE in stock and offer for sale A 


TRUNK? 


InTRLLtORNOUR Orrion. 
Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 
Wurat—Q95o, to $1,00. 
al, 


Mv1Tox—6c to 7o per pound, 
Hams—Q%o. to Late bse 
Burraan—Roll, l0cto l5o, 
Borrer—Tub, nominally 8c to Ilo, 
CrHErse—7@90, 

Eaas—100. to 12h, per dozen. 
Hipgs—Rough $4 to $5; Inspected $6.00, 
Sueerskiss (shearlings)—35c. 
Deakrns—50c. 

Woo1r—200 per Ib, 

Larp—8o to 100, 
TAtLow—Rough, 4o, 
Tattow—Renderod, 5. 
Canpacr—BUo to 600 per doz. 
Porators—$1.00 per bag. 
Frovk—Wholesale, $4.75 por bbl, 
Frou «—Retail, $5.25 per bbL 
Hay—85 to $7 per ton. 
Cuickens—30c to 50c por pair. 
DvcKks—45 to 600 por pair, 
GrEse—35 to 50c. 
Trarxrys—50c to $1.00, 


English Malt Vinegar, 
Crystal Pickling do. 
White Wine do, 
Cider do. 


R, & D. havo also in stock— 
Ginger Ale, 

Seltzer Water, 

Soda Water, 

Lager Beer, in Kegs, 
Bottled Ale, 


in Quarts and Pints (very fine). 


S.A. OLIV HR, 
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES 


16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 


» MONTREAL MARKET, 


MonrTreat, Aug 1,—Flour, receipts 3,200 
bris.; salos, 1,000 barrels ; market quiet and 


badly crushed. Fortunately the bones were | at their meetings for equalization. To levy 
not seriously injured and a few days caro | ;,, any other way would be illegal. The 


will restore to him the uso of the damaged | Council of the Municipality in which the 
member.” school house is situated must collect non- 
resident taxes also for the whole Section 

Tux Rirte.—The members of No. 3} and in exactly thesame manner in which 
Company of the 49th Battalion, Sidney, | such taxes are collected in their own Town- 


hearing that some members of the 16th ship.” 


Battalion aro anxious fora rifle match with 
them, five members of No. 3 Company will 
shoot a match against five men of the 15th 
Battalion. A match can be made at any 
time by applying to H. Tammadge, of No. 
1 Company, who will make a match on be- 
half of the 49th. 


that the Grand Junction Railway has been 
comploted, there will doubtless be a num- 
ber of excursions over it to Campbellford, 
whero excellent accommodation can be 
had. Mr. Blute, proprietor of the Wind- 
sor Hotel, which in ono.of tha. best hotels 
in the Province, offers the freo use of 
grounds, with platform for dancing, or the | ; 
uso of large music 
overtake excursioniats, Read tho adver- 
tisement, which appeare in another col- 
umn. 


MoowLionT AND Mvstc.—Last night was 


one of the most beauti 
season, The moon shono 
sky in which not a clou 
ar 
o aciee: ihe Bay was thickly ae 
with row boats, many of which gather 
fn. the vicinity of the yacht Kathleen, 
which floated lazily for a short distance 
beyond tho Grand Junction pior with a 
musical party on board. Tho singing xe 
roally fino, whilst the instrumental mus) 
was oxcellont. 


Acctenran, Daowntxa,—A corrospon- 


dont furnishes the following to tho ree 
Reviow :—"‘A very wad caso of Signe 
drowning occurred at Holloway on i a! 
evoning last, resulting in the deat k 7 
infant jant ablo to walk, tho dough 
Mr. Goo. Ostrom, blacksmith. It appears 
vast for a fow pe id ech Te ne 
wore left alone, 

a to» wash tub partly full of 


of boots from the store of J, OC, Stewart, was 
Or Ixrenest 10 Eyounstosists.—Now | sent to gaol for one week. 


tying tho legs of four lambs, was fined $1 and 
costs, 


hall in caso rain should | hig premises for liquor, was fined $20 and 
costa. 


Tyendinaga) with unlawfully assaulting and 
beating him. 
ful nights of the | ongagod ina fight and bit each other, whilst 
brightly from the | Pitt seems to have tried to gouge ont ono of 
d was visible, and | his opponent's eyes. A fino of $3 and costs 
Jo disturbed tho surfaco | was imposed. 


Police Court. + 
(Before A. Diamonp, P. M.) 


Frivay, Aug. 1. 
LARCENY. 
Elizabeth Higginbotham, for stealing a pair 


DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. 
Charles MoDonald waa fined $2 and coats, 
CRUELTY 1) ANIMALS, 
Edward Roberta, for cruclty to animals by 


ORSTRUCTING OFFICERS. 
Patrick Tansey, for obstructing the License 
nspector and a police officer from searching 


ASSAULT, 
William Egan charged James Pitt (both of 


The parties appoared to have 


Seasonable 1 ‘opice. 


It is not the nocossaries of life which lead 
us into temptation so much as tho luxurics, 
As Jorrold said, ‘‘ Honest bread is very 
well ; it’s tho butter that gets us into 
trouble.” 

As Charles Lamb says, the best men in 
the world are like archangely, only a little 
damaged. 

Thoro is peace in storo for bald-hoadod 
mon, Tho patont fly-disporsor consista of a 

wiro frame made to fit tho hoad of any per- 
son. 
and springs similar to those in a clock ; thon 


thore ore five fans which, whon sot at work, 


Inside tho framo isn sot of wheels 


Lonvox, Aug. 1,—The Times says that by 
the exertions of Commander Chrine, in Lon- 
don, an Arctic Committee has been establish- 
ed at the head of forty-nine other Committees 
throughout the country. The projected ox. 
poedition for the discovery of the North Pole 
will in all probability -leave England next 
spring, and co-operate with those’sent out by 
Sweden, Poland, Amorica, Austria and Den- 
mark. 
Panis, Aug. 1,—Waddington, Minister of 
Foreign Affairs, in the Deputies yesterday 
anid that tho policy of the Government in re- 
gard to Egypt was based on the exertion of 
equal influence by France and Xngland, and 
on their agreement not to seck any territorial 
establishment, There has never been any 
doubt, he said, as to the intentions of the 
English Government, which have always been 
conformable to those of France, 
Paris, August 1—The Government oppos- 
ed the reduction of stipends to bishops, and 
was defeated bya vote of 184 to 133 in 
chamber deputies, 
Memrnis, Aug. 1,—Nino new casos, includ- 
ing Rev, Father Doyle, pastor of St. Bridgot’s 
Catholic church. Four additional oases, not 
included in the above, are reported of porsons 
residing beyond the city limits, Three deaths 
since last night, Weathor clear and warm. 
New Yong, Aug. 1.—Chas, Ottor, of tho 
steamer City of New York, and Wm. Kenno- 
dy,attachod to the steamor Moro Castle, were 
admitted to quarantine to-day sick with the 
yellow fevor. 
Tho family of Jas, Darke, of Riverside 
drive, are roported poisoned this morning by 
pickles. 

Jenne Havre, Ind,, August 1,—Knapp’s 
largo planing mill, and a largo amount of 


dressed lumber was burned lit night. Lous 
$9,000, 
Fate Riven, August 1.—Thero ie no 


foundation for the rumor of another mili 
| Troasurer short $180,000 in his accounts, 
SanatocA, August 1—I1st race, throo-quar- 
tor mile, dead heat botwoon Checkmate and 
Lady Middleton, Gabriel 3rd, timo 1,17, 
Checkmate and Lady Middleton will run off 
the doad heat, 2nd race, 1f-miles, Vortuna 
favorite and won, Joricho 2nd; Nipper 3rd; 


rovolvo rapidly, 
broezo, but driving away tho fics, 


not only causing a cool 


steady ; prices unchanged. Quotations ; Su- 

riora $5,20 to $5.25; oxtras $5.05 to $5.10 ; 
Yenry $4.974 to $5.00; spring extra $490 to 
$4.95; superfine, $4 60 to $4.70; strong bak- 
ers $5.15 to $5.25; fine, $4.10 to $4.20; 
middlings $3 35 to $3.50; pollards $2.90 to 


ALSO, 
Sugar Cured Hams, 
Breaktast Bacon. 


$3.00 ; Ontario bags $2.37) to $2.45 ; city 
Mo, $2.55 delivers a0 : 200 Dried Beef. 

Sales ; 350 choice Ontario ba, 2.50 ; 2 also fi 
Ontario bags $2855) 100 do $2974; 100 ,nre-ceeonted Mleotrio) Soap or 


medium bakers $5.05 ; 200 superior extra $5.+ 
25; 100 spring extra $4.90 and 50 choico 
bakers $5.25. 

Stocks in store this morning—Wheat, 87,- 
298 ; corn, 17,300 ; peas, 2,372; oats, 40,- 
181 ; barley, 33,710; rye, 342, Flour 24,- 
282 ; oatmeal, 21 ; cornmeal, 429, 

Grain, provisions and ashes nominal. 


NEW YORK PRUDUCE MARKET, 


New York, August 1. 
Cotton quiet ;11 9-16, 
Flour dull unchanged; receipts 18,000 
brls.; sales 10,000, 
Ryo flour quiet ; sales 250 at $3.20 to’$6,50. 
Wheat—spring dull nominal; winter 4 to 
} lower. 

Barley active ; receipts 360,000 bus.; sales 
102,000 No. 2 red Aug. $1.10} to 4. 

Ryo quiet ; state 69, 

Corn Nairly active; receipts 150,000 bus.; 
sales 130,000, at 43 to d4to. 

Barley dull. 

Onta atoady ; recoipts 11,000 bus ; sales 26,- 
000 at 344 to. 370, for mixed western and 
state ; 364 to 37e for white do, 

Pork firm at $8.85. 

Lard stronger, $5.97}. 

Butter at 7 to 170. 

Petroleum, crude 24 


A GOOD PLAN. 


Tho most profitable wa of Lee in stocks 
in by combining many orders and and co-oporat- 
ing thom as a whole, dividing profita pro rata 
among shareholders, according to the market, 
monthly, Each customer thus secures all the 
advantages of immonao capital and exporionc- 
edakill, and can use any Amount, from $10 to 
$10,000, or more, with equal proportionate 
succees, ‘* Now York Stock Reporter” and 
now circular mailed freo. Fall information 
for any ono to operate mooossfully, Lawronce 
& Co,, 67 Exchange Place, N. Y, 


$50 Reward, 
ILL be paid upon the apprehension and 
conviction of the person or porsona 


who not fire to the Stirling Station on the 
night of tho 2let inet 


time 2.03}. 
New Youx, Avgust 1.—Arrived, the 
Alsotia from London, 


E. O, BIOKRFORD, 
Belloville, July 28, '79. 6b 


ROSS & DAVIES, 


Famity Grocers, &c., 
Cornor Front and Bridge Sts. 
Belleville, May 30, 1879. 


EXCURSIONS. 
E Stoamer TRANSIT will mako a trip 
ee the hoad of the Bay EVERY 
THURSDAY, when not otherwise engaged, 
leaving hor wharf at 2:30 p, m., and return 
at 6 p. m., calling at the Comotory going and 


roturning. : 

Tho *' Transit” will also mako a trip to 
MASSASSAGA POINT on MONDAY ‘Sand 
FRIDAYS, loaving and returning at the samo 
hour, 


Faro, 2Sota. Children, accompanied by 


thoir parents, free. 
Sune 23, 1879. att 


Valuable Work. 
COPY (new) of Znuv's ENCYCLOP HDIA 
for salo—abargain, ‘To bo soon at Har 
rison'a Mualo Store, 20: 


To Market Gardeners and Othery 


AOR Salo choap, and upon easy torma, tu 
k lots to sult purchasers, 225 noros of Rood 
land, within a fow minutes’ walk of the City. 
ee iarge number of Building Lote in the 


; ry Do rold choap. 
City, which will Po ee OBERT READ, 


78 daw 


1GB CERTIFICATES, 
arena sale at the Twracironnoer 


Office 


Bont. 21. 


handsomely | 


BELLEVILLE BRANCH, 


ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, Front Street. 
GOODS ‘SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. 


The Only Business in Canada conducted on the same principle. 


Over $200,000 worth of Boots and Shoes so supplied last year. 


HE great loss annually sustained by selling to Dealers, first led to our establishing of 
T Branch Storos, whore ‘ts could supply direct to the people for cash, all the goods we 
could manufacture" Thus giving to the people the goods less tho Dealers’ protit and saving 
to ourselves tho annual loss. We were the more forcibly impressed into this ae a ba 
fact that cheap Eastorn made shoddy goods were being palmed off as our goods. | We Row 
sell our own goods, warrant what we soll, use no shoddy or inferior a o! ay rein 
and can and do supply goods of tho by than thoy can ry 


elsewhere. 


Everything Marked in Plain Figures. 


est quality 25 por cont. loss 


CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 


Our arrangomenta are now complete in this dopartment, and we can make to moasure 
promptly cithor Gontlomon’s, Ladies’ or Children’s goods, in tho latest styles, at lithe over 
alf the price usually charged, 


: ) BRANCHES: 
Factory & Office, S. A. OLIVER, Tarn 
ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, | few’ 

16 Front St. East, Froneiutzest, ae 
SRANTFORD, 
TORONTO. BELLEVILLE. | CHATHAM, 
—————————————————————— 
EDISON'S To Let, 


| QEVERAL Rooms and suites of Rooms in 
RBENT BELT |S tho Post Office Block, suitable for 
ELECTRIC ABSO First-class Offices, Lodgings, &e. 
. | ‘Those Rooms will be rented Cuxaper than 
For the Proyention and Cure of | any in the olty. Apply to A. @. Nonruner, 
0, 


5 osy., Bellovillo, or to Messrs. 
oon | Bea BELL & BELL, 
Solicitors, 

Belleville, 
QwStaw 


THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Dated 18th July, 1870 Stan 


No internal modicine required, The mild 


“J. D. STEWART, M. D., 
and continuous current of Elootrivity, ogethor | 


i pulist and A 
with tho absorbont qualities as furnishod by | Oculist a urist, 


tho Belt, render it truly the wonder of tho age. | wisn ay nee ernie 
y, , § ’ 
until MONDAY, the 11th of August, 1879. 
d&wtd 


) youn Davooist ror Pamruer. 
CALL ON ¥ Osdaw | 


ONLY ONE PRICE- “3 


STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh Strawberries 
RECEIVED DAILY 
DICKENS’ 


orved with 


AT 


‘And sold by the quart or ® 
Too Croam, 


ICE CREAM 


rer quart, 0 


In different flavors at 40 conta 
$1,50 por gallon, dolivered wel 
io . f tho cit 

too to any Part Vt, DICKENS & SONS. 


June 17, 1879 


STEAMER K 
Carr, PLANCHARD, 
\ every MONDAY at 9 o'clock, a, ™m., 
calling at Mill Point, Picton, Bay ports, and 
Kingston, arri at Oswego on Tuesday 
ings, in time for all trains, returning to 
leon Sunday afternoon. 
Faro and freights very low. 
For tickets ant 


W. H. CAMPBELD, 
at tho Wharf, 
or ©, D. FULLER, 
Ofhce City Square. 
Rellovillo, July 8, 1879. 


FISH MARKET, 
931 


Front Street. 


All Kinds kept 
for Sale. 


CITY ICE CO. 


Orders received for Ico 
by the WERK or 
MONTH. 


LEAVENS& ROBLIN 
July 3, 


1 will unhesitatingly guarantee mv 


packed in 


ILL, until farther notice, leave Belleville 


furthor information. apply to 


* + SEAS 
Daily Putelligencer. 


An /Arctic Expedition of 25 Years 


aily 
Ago. 


Tho Arctio Exploring Expedition which 
left San Fraucisco recontly in tho steamer | 
Joanctte for Behring’s Strait rocalla another | 
expedition of the samo kind, sent out by tho 
Engliah Governmont about twenty-five yoars 
ay which met with a singular fate, Tho 
I which contained the oxp oring party 
was named the Investigator, and attempted 
to make the northwest passage by sailing to 
tho east, She got aafoly through Bohring’s 
Strait, but became locked in th tho 
Bay of Meroy, and remained 
for two years, At tho ond of this timo tho 
Resolute, a vessel sent out by the British 
ernmont to search for traces of Sir John 
Franklin, arrived from the east in Welilngton 
Inlet, and by sending a party across tho ico 
for about two hundred miles to the wost,com- 
municated with the crew of the Investigator 
and brought them on sledges to tho Resolute, 
Tho Investigator was abandoned and never 
heard from again, but her crew accomplished 
the northwest passazo by passing over tho ice 
in slodgos, not in their ship, as was intended. 
On arriving at the Resolute she was firmly 
fixed in the ice,and the party wore obliged to 
abandon hor also and find their way south on 
alodges, Tho Resolute was abandoned in 
Wollington Inlet on May, 15, 1554, and was 
not again heard of till Soptembor, 1855, when, 
after having drifted about for sixteen months, 
she was picked up near Cape Meroy, over a 
thousand milos from the place where sho had 
been abandoned, and still imbedded in ice, by 
Cape Budington, of the American whaler 
George Henry, who towed her into Now-Lon- 
don aya prize, Congress, having heard of the 
circumstances, appropriated forty thousand 
dollars to purchase tho vessel of the sa’yors, 
She was then fully ropaired and equipped at 
a United States Navy-yurd and sont back to 
England as an ‘ act of high and international 
courtesy.” Aftor a very stormy pasange, the 
Resolute reached English shores under -tho 
cofmand of Lieut, H. J. Hartstne, United 
States Navy, and cast anchor at Spithead on 
the 12th of December, The enthusiasm at 
the event was unbounded throughout Eng- 
land. Lt. Hartstene dined with the Prime 
Minister, Lord Palmoraton, at his country 
home, andstayed at Osborne as the guest of the 
Queen, while the other officers and the crew 
received overy attention which national gratl- 
fication could suggest, 


2 


r 


How Short Shall we Out Grass ? 


Thero was true economy in the advice of 
tho farmer who recommended that tho 
lower joint of grass be left in tho field for 
tho old brindle cow rather than be cut and 
cured for her, He was one of the numer- 
ous army of mowers who had learned there 
is nothing gained by outting too close. 

The testimony with respect to the height 
from the ground at which it is best to cut 
grass is conflicting and tends to confuse and 
oftentimes mislead a novice in the hay- 
field. Cultivators vary in practice from 


chunks of stuff came from 
skin became moist, fever left them,and under | lands respectively, to be as above, and the prices 


The Pride of Canada, 


Our citizonsa are proud, and justly so, of 
thoir bonovolont institutions which are devot- 
ed to the physical, educational, moral and ro- | 
ligious wanta of the pooplo. Wo spare no ox- 
pons to render comfortable those who nood 
our sympathy, Our hospitals and homos for 
the aged of both soxes abound throughout the 
Dominion, and every city gives proper atton- 
tion to its aged and poor, It is simply an 
outgrowth of our humanity, But thoro are 
many who are comfortably circumstancod in | 
wordly goods who go through life the victims 
of disoasos, norvousnons, bilionsnoss,dyspepsia 
and kindred d ses, which rendor them mis- 
crable, who ‘a little caro to oat properly 
or a timely appli on of romodics, they 
might be removed. ‘There aro men with am- 
ple fandsin their pooketa to buy all the lux. 
uries of life and yet have not digestion enough 
to put away comfortably anoyster, ‘They are 
always complaining and doctoring. The in- 
troduction of Dr, Hernick’s Sugar Coatep 
Pitushas made an improvemont in thia matter. 
Thoir rapid and growing popularity has bono- 
fited our invalids, ‘Thoir taato is agrecable, 
and thoir action rapid and romodial, 


« PULMONARY CONSUMPTION arises from a 
decline or deficiency of vitality in tho natural 
bioplasm or germinal matter, and this dofi- 
ciency manifests itself not only in a general 
wasting.ot atrophy of the whole body, but also 
in a peculiar dogradation, chiefly in the lungs 
and fympathie aystom, of portions of this 
bioplasm into a sluggish, low-lived, yet pro- 
liferating matter,which instead of maintaining 
tho nutrition and intogrity of the tissues 
(which ia tho natural office of bioplasm) clogs 
thom, and irritates them with a system which 
is moro or loss prone to decay, and eventually 


a: Dt alee 
REGULATIONS 


Respect 
Dominio 8 
poses of the 4 
Pacific Railway. 


Devautent ov THE INTRRION, 
Ottawa, July 9th, 1879. 


ivon, that the fol- 


“Public notice ix hereby 6 
lowing regulations are promulgated as governing 
tho mode of disposing of the Dominion Lands 
situate within 110 (one hundred and ten) miles 
on each sido of the Une of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway : 

1. © Until further and final survey of the sald 
railway has been made weat of tho Red River, 
and for the purposes of these regulations, the 
line of tho said railway shall bo assumed to be 
‘on tho fourth base westerly to the intersection 
of tho said base by the line between ranges 21 
and 22 West of the first principal meridian, and 
thence ina direct line to the confluence of the 
Sholl River with the River nisibsnel 
2. “The country lying on each side of the line 
of railway shall be cospectively divided into belts, 
as follows = . 

(1) A bolt of five miles on either aide of the 
railway, and immediately adjoining the same, to 
bo called belt A; 

(2) A belt of fitteen miles on either side of 
the railway adjoining belt A, to be called belt B; 

*(3) A belt of twenty miles on either side o! 
the railway, adjoining belt B, to be called belt © 5 

“(4) A belt of twenty miles on either side of 
the railway, adjoining belt C, to be called belt 
D 


; and 
(5) A belt of fifty miles on either side of the 
railway, adjoining belt D, to be called belt E. 


involves them also in its own disintegration 
and destruction.” 

To remedy thia deficiency by sustaining tho 
vitality of the bioplaam, and thus provide for 
the genoral building up of the whole system, 
is tho offico and design of Robinson's Phos- 
phorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Lacto- 
Phosphate of Lime. 

Proparod solely by J. H. Ronrxsow, | Phar- 
maceutical Chemist, St, John, N, B,, and for 
salo by Druggists and Goneral Dealers. Price 
$1.00 per bottle ; six bottles for $5,00, 


“GERMAN SYRUP,” 


No other medicine in tho world was ever 
given such a test of its curative qualities as 
Boscner’s GeRMAN Syrvur, In threo yeara 
two million four hundred thousand small bot- 
tls of this medicine were distributed /ree of 
charge by Druggists in this country to those 
afilicted with Consumption, Asthma, Croup, 
sovere Coughs, Pneumonia and other diseases 
of the throat and lungs, giving the American 
people undeniable proof that Guraan Syrur 
will cure them. The result has been that 
Druggists in every town and villago in the 
United States are recommending it to their 
customers. Go to your Druggist, James 
Clarke & Co,, or L, W, Yoomans & Co., and 
ask what they know about it, Sample Bottle 
10 conts. Regular sizo75 cents. Three doses 
will relieve any case. : 


A Wowperrun Cure or Dirnrnenta.— 


Three of my children had Diphtheria in the 


worst form. Skin dry, lips prrched, could 
not swallow. With a feather I applied Giles’ 
Liniment Iodide Ammonia to the tonsils, 
rabbed over their throats and chests, Great 
tho throats, the 


3. “The Dominion lands in belt A shall be ab- 
solutely withdrawn from homestead entry, also 
from pre-emption, and shall be held exclusively 
for malo at six dollars per acre, 

4. The lands in belt B shall be disposed of 
aafollowa : ‘The even-numbered sections within 
the belt shall be set apart for homesteads and 


pre-emptions, and the odd-numbered sections | Colonies in Asia, Africa, Oceanica and America, except St. Pierro and Miquelon, Persia, via | 
Persian Gulf, Portuguose Colonies ia Asia, Africa Fat 


shall be regarded as railway lands peters The 
homesteads on the even-numbered sections, to 
the extent of eighty nores each, shall consist of 
the easterly halves of the easterly halves, also of 
the westerly halves of the westerly halves of 
such sections; and the pre-emptions on such 
evennumbered sections, also to the extent of 
eighty acres each, aalcining: such eighty-acre 
homesteads, shall consist of the westerly halves 
of the easterly halves, also of the easterly halves 
of the westerly halves of such sections, and shall 
be sold at the rate of $2.50 (two dollars and fifty 
cents) per acre. Railway lands proper, being 
tho odd-numbered sections within tho belt, wi 
be held for sale at five dollars per acre. 

5. * The even-numbered sections in belt C will 
be set apart for homesteads and eeaapnoss of 
eighty acres each, in manner as aboye described ; 
tho price of pre-emptions similarly to be 82 
(two dollars and fifty cents) per acre ; the rail- 
way lands to consist of odd-numbered sections, 
and to be dealt with in tho same manner as 
aboye provided in respect of Janda in belt B, ex- 
copt that the price shall be $3.50 (three dollars 
and fifty cents) per acre. 

6. ‘The even-numbered sections in belt D 
shall also be set apart for homesteads and pre- 
emptions of eighty acres each, as provided for in 
respect of belts B and C, but the price of pre- 
emptions shall be at the rate of $2 (two dollars) 
per acre, Railway lands to consist, as in the 

elts B and U, of the odd-numbered sections,and 
the price thereof to be at the uniform rate of $2 
(two dollars) per acre. 

7. “Tn the belt E, the description and area 

of homesteads and pre-emptions, an: way 


Matta, 
East por G. T. R., including Lonsdale, 
Kingsford, and Maritimo Province 
PICTON «ae seecs ees i 
Unitod States via Capo 


Wear por G.T,R., including Westorn States and We: 


Srintixo, Harold, Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- 


ton—Daily at... 


Monio, Burnbrae & Br # , Wodne: 
WALunnipax on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 
Repwensvitte, Amoliasburg, Mountain View, Rossmor 


every Friday at... 
Via Now York, Saturd y 

Postage. 5c. per 4 oz, by each route, ri 
Monxy Onpens granted on all Monoy Order office 
Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and I 


Dzrosrrs received, under the regulations of the Post Offico Saviags’ Bank, betwoon tha hours 


of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m, 


Registered Lettors must be posted 20 minutes before tho close of each mail, 


Office hours, 7 30 a.m, to 7.30 


FORBIGN POSTAGH. 
Canada having boon admitted into the Postal Union, there is a ro-arrangement of Postal 
" 2 rates, aa foll 
For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, Egypt, France, Algeria, Germany, Gibraltar, 


Great Britain and Ireland, Greece, Italy, Luxe 


Norway, Persia, Portugal, Azores, Roumania, Ruasia, 


Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, ond Turkey. 
Cuba, Danish Colonies of St. Thomas, St. Jolin, 
(Newfoundland is now in tho Postal Union, but 
}.oz, Postal cards, 2 conte exch. Newspapers, 

For Aden, Argentine Confederation, 


in Africa, Ocoanioa and America, except Cuba a 
pore, Penang and Malacca :—Letters, 10 cts. per 


4centsfor4oz. Books &c., 4vents for4oz. Other Registration fees, 10 cents, 


West India Islands, via Halifax, same rate as 


BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


Marysvillo, Shannonvillo, 


os in Canada, United States, Great Britain, 


And via United States : 


Close. Delivered, 


12:00 noon. 


12-00 noon, 
12:00 noon, 
12:00 no 
10:00 a.m. 


ndis. 


p-m., Sundays excepted. 


lows: — 


ere 4 Malta, Montenogro Netherlands, 
St. Pierre, Servia, Spain, the Canary 
U Bermuda, Bahamas, 
St. Croix, Jamaica, Japan, and Porto Rico. 
rates remain as before.) Letters, 5 cents per 
2 cts. for4doz Registration fee, 5 cents, 


QOceanica, Trinidad, Spanish Colonics 
nd Porto Rico, Straits settlements in Singa- 
4 oz, Post cards, 4cts. each. Newspapers, 
formerly. Prepayment by stamp in all cases. 
J, H. MEACHAM, 
Postmaster, 


S 
PURE COD 


I 
HYPOPHOSPHITES 


This preparation combines the two ‘best remedies 


Chronic Coughs, Scrofuin, Rheumatism and Diseases of the Blood, General De- 

seases of Children. It not only contains the well known and high- 
ver Oil in a form that is perfectly tasteles and acceptable to the most delicate 
stomach, but in addition, the wonderful tonic and life-giving 
increased. 


bility, andall Wastin 
ly esteemed virtues of Cod 


ated that the remedial powers of both are largel 
superior virtues of this combined food and an 
but mach more readily assimilated by the s 
and purifying the blood, allaying the irrita 
giving strength and vigor to the whole body. 
or spoils. ¢ 


ie in 
m than 


Tt is sw: 


COTT’S EMULSION 


ma of the throat and hin; 
sue and ask for Scot Emulsion, For sale by all draggists at §1.00 per bottle, 


LIVER OIL 


Tr 
OF LIME ANDSODA. 


ever discovered for Consumption, Colds and 


roperties of the H: hites, 60 incorpor- 
hysicians universally acknowledge the vast); 

all the above diseases It is not only better tolerated, 

Plain ‘Cod Liver Oil, and a better agent in enriching 
restoring the impaired functions an 

ectand palatable to the taste, never separates, deposits 


J. W. BENSON, 
Watch and Clock Maker 


‘To THE QUEEN AND Royat Famity, 


PAPERS! PAPERS ! 


JODOIN & CO., 


Send for Price List—Office an 
Warchouse, 309 St, Paul St., 
MONTREAL. 


May 13, 1878. 


. 


MANUVEAOTURERS OF 


Stoves, Shovels etc 


12.1y 


PATENTS 


obtained for Inventors, In the United States, 
Canada and 
our principal Office located in pipeline 
directly opposite the United States Patent Office 
we are ab) 

greater promptness and despatch and leas cost 
than other 
tance from 
fore, to employ 
make preliminary examinations 
opinions as to the patentability, free of charge, 
and all who are interested in new inventions an 
Patents are invited 
“Guide for obtaining Patents,” which is sent 
free to any address, and contains complete in- 
structions how to obtain Patents, and other 
valuable matter, 
American National Bank, Washington, D. 
the Royal Swedish, 
Legations, at Washington 
ir « late Chief Justice U. 3. Co 
razil, British Guinea, Ceylon, Greenland, French | Officials of the U. S. Patent Otice, and to Sena- 

r# and Members of Con; 

Avpaess: LOUIS BAGG 
tors of Patents and Attorneys at Law, Le Droit 
Building, Washington, D.C, dB5tf 


NO PATENT NO PAY. 


Europe, at reduced rates With 


je to attend to all Patent Business with 


atent attorneys, who are at a dia- 
‘ashington, and who have, there- 
‘“ahsociate att Be 


to send for # copy of our 


We refer to. the pepen 
Norw. »_ and Danish 

‘on. Joneph Ci p 
mart of Claims, to the 


from every State, 
ER & Con Bolici- 


ADVERTISING 


Has croated many a new business; 
Has enlarged many an old business ; 
H «revived many a dull business ; 
fias rescued many a lost Lusiness ; 
Has saved many a falling business ; 
Has preserved many a large business ; 
And insures success in any business, 


. 


pete circulation of the 


Daily and Weekly 
Intelligencer, 


ne-half inch or as close as ibl And by Special Appointments to H. R. H. th 
re possible tojtonn their oure to | of both pre-emptions and railway lands to be at ‘Prince Pe Wales LL. S. M. the Emperor of Aas greatly increased during the last year 


Gold Flake Cut Plug” 


To uu tun BEST SMOKING TOBACCO x 


G 
0 
L 
D 


inches. 


The general tendency is, however, 
to cut close, and many fine meadows have 


the Almighty caro I attribute 
Dr, Giles’ Liniment, 
Jane Kewry, 


7) CANADA 


been seriously injured thereby. 


Cor. Tonnelli Avo, and Bleecker St., 


the uniform rate of $1 (one dollar) per acre, 


8. “The terms of sale of pre-emptions through- 
out the several belts, B, C, D and E shall be as 


Russia, tho Maharajah of Bardwan, 
and to several Indian Princes, 


“‘T UST RECEIVED at the IyreLiczncER 
Office, a FINE LOT of 


and new names are being continually added 
to our subscription list. 


. ; A : e s —| Id 
E alsinenlema scyeatenetal ree | lous observation has taught that timothy Seay ures. y, | iors eager a gene ated: | oe tne sae Ten acknowledged tobe, the most widely 
JA tthe sweet Aroma and Natural Flayor are | Cannot Do cut low, in dry Weather especi-| Sold by all druggists. Sondfor Pamphlet, | Peavte oto bela\guacieeend , , , E read paper in Central Ontario, Business men, 
retalned.. Ie is made from pure sun-cured, | ally, without inflicting injury. All at- Dr. Gites, of 6 per cent. per annum, to bo will i ir y 
E_ Bright Virginia Leaf, without the aid? of color. y ia Se Af of three years from the date of entry ; the re- ’ therefore, ' find it to their advantage 
ingor inldfious compoumian Leis cut say | tempts at closo shaving the sward should] | |, 120 West Brondway, N. Y. | mainder to be paid in six equal annual instal: CLOCKS—for|GOLD_ JEW- advertise in the INTELLIGENCER. i 
Ez for use and neatly packed in tin fll Income ie avoided. RY ofour most successful | Trial size 25 cents. saeata from and attar the sald date, with interest Nae OHIE SS Churches, "Tur-/ELLERY, of A m eri = i 
* ackages. It will keep in any | farmers cut timothy n i Serer = entioned, ch balance o} Aeacrid-\pats,cn.Publicithe richest aD. 7 
OS eer AEE Sea SRS inohes from SeeearE naae ye ota A Conundrum Propounded. af Se rae bare Decay tron tim totime ee se Buildings, Din-|most exaubsts 1¢ 
UF thing, however much its merit, until there isa | ingmowing machines for this grass take é F _— 5 ae remain unpaid, to be paid with each instalment. | Sot Soo pnineas|ine ot Drawing|designs, with \ 
MP) demand for it, 1 have determined to place it i it. wi Why will the ‘small boy,” persist in eat-|} 9 «The t f salo of raiiway lands to be oi Room, Library,|Mono grams, 
directly within the reach of all, For the ne: care to run them so high that it will not} ; : Th a | unif 1 arta pacer a her ~Chronographs, |Carriage, 1, Cresta & devices an rene. . 
RUenye where ircaek Pockurettrieal’ {iba cutibelow/the| second joint inbove.the | Deere spies” : The reader may, as, wel unlformly as follows, vis-s One-tenth in cash at | Ghronometers,-\GhurchorShop |Enamelled ii 
P dealers Y will Ses eas aefes ab jo above 8 give it up at once, Finuce our original parents the tinie of purchase ; the balance in nine equal Keyless Levers, P OE or G h Sincarst a 
J, (4 ox cach),post-pald, to ono’ address, on | "CT were guilty of the “little indiscrotion:” Phy- | annual instalments, with interest at the rate of | Presentation,—iealees  Windleie eee ‘i 
U RITE thet eee aeumNrer| Curresey). Close mowing of upland meadows ought | *icians say, the season in which early or un. | six per cent, per annum: on th palechese puts | Repeaters, Rall-Dials, &e. acoom lished > cial 
tial, > Xtriw | also to be avoided, as the action of the hot | iP¢ frait 1s first introduced, is the one they chase money from time to time remaining un-| way Guards’! Artistic Eng-Artists in the 
@ “Gross Tosacco Wonxs, WINDSOR. . ction of the ho 1 ai f colio, | paid, to be paid with each instalment. All pay- | Soldiers'&work:|;, Eng:| Artis 
x Tonacco Woxxs, WINDSOR, Oxr, | sun and dry weather following the. harvest oie ea mo bahiphend eS Yo Cx. “hold | © | ments, either for pre-emptions or for railway | en's Watches! pase seen r] i - 
jiarrhoea, dysentery, &c. Young ani are yee i oral h TACO: 
SEE THK LIST affects tho roots of the grass unfavorably | guilty, but boys and girls aro the aurest vie | Wis broper, shal be in cash, and not in scrit | ofextrastrength] Wedgwood andjets, Necklac UST RECEIVED, at the Ixrauitoxscun 
a ‘h he 4 1 ‘out some protection. On the | tims and the greatest sufferers, Thero is ro “All ares Tavita [eballl Be pubject to other wares, de- Lockets, —AND — Office, a large C. 
or beat cuttta ante wet beter fronnds will | peace, comfort or safety in the family Ee eae Sen DES aioe ymanpsckicy She: ‘ght kr eines £2 ‘ pitt end 
. id 0 as possible ; these are | its head provides a properand efficient remedy. M ‘ jany style of fur-\bijouterieas sup- a ; 
FARMS FOR SALE benefitted by the influences which would | Scorr & Bownz’s PataraniE Castor Or is a wari obienel pualanty Pecite eWay ono a niture 5 salplied to -Aern- NOTE PAPERS ENVELOPES 
~ . . jnovcltice —— for}/bursorme Court i 
4 | dry and burn up an- upland meadow. | certain remiedy and is easy to take, Price 25 | therewith, viz. : presents. Madeland other dis- » J 
IN THE ae where tho practice is followed of | conts. a. In the case of the railway crossing land solely by Benson|tinguished Per- 
top-dressing the meadow immediately = ae entered as a homestead, the right of way thereon —from £553, _|sonages. CREAM, - 
after taking off the grass, tho mowing may | Errs's Cooo4.—Qnarx¥UL AND CcM¥orT- | shall be free to the Government, Merchants, Shippers, and \Wholesale Buy- BLUE and White Colored a nd 
’ ’ 


crs aro specially invited, before sending their 


inc. — By a thorough knowledge of the 
orders elsewhere, to obtain from the manufac- 


b, Where the rail -em pti 
natural lawa which govern the operations of Hee ODER eager in only be ec 


railway lands proper,the owner shall only be en- 


TINTED, 


be done low and a smooth surface left to 
cut over the next time. 


DO you, WEEKLY MAIL 


better 


WANT SN Apyantise THERE,” 
TO BUY 
A FARM 


Parties Wisuinc ro Boy, 
Reap Tuere. 


nale are inserted in the WEEK- 
LY MAIL, 20 words for 50cts. 
each insertion; each additional 
word 2c, 

Advertisements of Farms for 
sale are inserted in the DAILY 
MAIZ, 20 words for 25cts. each 


_Generally speaking, grass cut two inches 
high will start much quicker and thrive 
close to the 
ground ; the finer grasses, as a rule, when 
pes seeacn is not avery dry one, can bo 
cnt low i ituti i 
pete ene galonran preachy: than coarser sorts. | dict that a conatitution may bo gradually built 


than when shaved 


The Black Bass, 


(Moore's Rural Life,) 


digestion and nutrition, and by a careful ap- 
plication of the fine properties of well-sclect- 
ed cocoa, Mr, Epps has provided our break- 
fast tables with a delicately favored boverage 
which may save us many heavy doctors’ bills. 
It is by the judicious use of such articles of 


up until strong enough to resist every tend- 
ency todisase. Hundreds of subtle maladies 
are floating around us ready to attack wher- 
ever there is a weak point. We may escape 
many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well 
fortitied with pure blood and a properly nour- 
ished frame.”—Civil ‘Service Gazette.—Sold 


insertion ; each additional word 
I}cta. 

Advertisements of Live stock, 
Auction Sales of Stock, Imple- 
ments, etc. Seed for Sale, Exhi- 
bitions, etc., inserted at the a- 
bove rates. 


Address MAIL, Toronto, 


‘Imperishable Fragrance. 
Sas(t\ 


Murray & Lanman’s 


Ale 


Water, 


ho richest, most loet- 


Bass are much fished for as soon as they 
come on their spawning ground, and many 
are taken then ; but bass fishing should not 
properly or lawfully begin till the spawning 
season is over, say the first of July, or cer- 
tainly not earlier than the middle of Juno. 
The baits used are various : worms, grass- 
Hoppers, frogs, minnows, the’ villainous 
looking dobson or belgramite ; and for arti- 
ficial lures, a rubber imitation of the last 
named, spoons, and flies of various colors. 
The spoon is used only for trolling from a 
boat with a hand line or rod and reel, or 
walking along the shore or bank, when a 
rod of course must be used. Of all baits, 
the minnow is probably the most killing. 

For bait fishing, a light rod and tackle 
must be used if sport isthe object. The 
pot-bsherman may attain his end with a 


only in packets Jabelled~"James Errs & Co., 
Homaopathio Cheminta, London, Eng.” 


dkw 


The Great Blood Purifiers! 


BRISTOL 


 Sarsapatilla 
¥ AND PILLS. 


te Established 1832, 
Guaranteed to be an infallible cure for Serof- 
tala in its woret forms, stubborn, decp-sénted 
Uleors, Syphilis, primcry, secondary and ter- 
tlary ; Tumors, Foul Eruptions, Oid Sores. 
Rhcumatism, and all diseases or sores produces 
by bad blood or humors. 


BRISTOL'S SUGAR-COATED PILLS 


titled to claim payment for the land requred for 
right of way at the same rate peracre as he may 
have paid the Government for the same. 

11. “The aboye regulations shall come into 
force on and after the first day of August next, 
up to which time the provisions of the Dominion 
Lands Act shall continue to pares over the 
lands included in the several belts mentioned, 
excepting as relates to the belts A and B, in 
both of which, up to the said date, homesteads 
of 160 acres each, but no other entries will, asat 
present, be permitt 

12. “Claims to Dominion lands arising from 
settlement, after the date hereof, in territory un- 
surveyed at the time of such settlement, and 
which may be embraced within the limits affect- 
ed by the above policy, or by the extension there- 
of in the future over additional territory, will be 
ultimately dealt with in accordance with the 
terms prescribed above for the lands in the parti- 
cular belt in which such settlement may be found 
to be situated. 

13. “All entrics after the date hereof of unoc- 
cupied lands in the Saskatchewan Agency, will 
be considered as provisional wntil the railway 
line through that part of the territories has been 
located, after which the same will be finally. dis- 
posed of in accordance with the above regula- 
tions, as the same Dayerely, to the particular 
belt in which such lands may be found to be 
situated. 

14. ‘* The aboye regulations it will, of course, 
be understood will not affect sections 11 and 29. 
which are public school lands, or sections 8 and 
26, Hudson's Bay Company lands. o 

“* Any further information necessary may be 
obtained on application at the Dominion Lands 


tory the Illustrated Catalogues of Watches, 
Clocks, Chains, Jewellery, Silver, and Elec- 
tro-plate, which are sent post free, as not only 
are the discounts liberal, but a selection can 
be made from the largest stock in the world. 

Orders should be sent direct tothe Manu- 
factory, Ludgate Hill. 

Benson’s PAMPHLUETS on Turret Clocks, 
Watches, Clocks, Plate, and Jewellery, sent 
post free. Watches sent safe by post to all 
ports of the world. Steam Factory and City 

how Rooms, Ludgate Hill, London, West- 
ond establishment, 25, Old Bond Street. Es- 
ablishod 1749. 125y 


GRAY’S Specific Medicines. 


CM The Great 
BH aN Knglish Remeily 


" anunfailingcuro 
for Seminal 
Weakness, 


follow as a sequence of Self Abuse, as Loss of 
Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the 
Back, Dimness ‘of Vision, Premature old Age, 
and many other diseases that lead to Insanity 
or Consumption and a Premature Gravo. 
#@ Full particulars in our pamphlet, which 
we desire to send free by Hat to every one, 
4#@ The Specific Medicino is sold by all drug- 


at VERY LOW RA’ 


WEDDING 
INVITATIONS. 


J UST RECEIVED, at 


The “Intelligencer” Office, 


A NICE LINE OF 


WEDDING INVITATION PAPER 


AND 


Which will be sold, printed. solny quantity, 


CALL AND INSPECT SAMPLES. 


ENVELOPES to Match, Pa about five o'clock every 


Tinted, — 


ALI SIZHnS, 


Cheaper than can be obtained in the Vity, 


CHURCH ENVELOPE 


supplied, either plain or printed, cheaper than : 
can be obtainod elsewhere, 


Aug. 3, 1878. 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER 


ternoon (Sunday’s excepted), and 


mtWelicate of | Sapling and a ling half as big as a pipo stem CURE ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. i i i i r furnish i 
on | The c 4 L 2 Office, Ottawa, or from th t of Domi ts at $1 por package, o kages f h i i be ed by Carriers at the rate of $5 pur” 
hier, Tho common practice of our anglers is to} For Sale by all Druggists and Dealers in Lands, Winniy sg, ce tcoin any or th Tea apenta or will be fe mal at Ee o! ype AE ANE SECNG EEL ALOUD year if paid in advance, $6 00 otherwise. pi 
hook th i ed y y, P poe sl0 
Mf, | hook the minnow through lightly from Medicines. in Manitoba or the Territories, .who ateun poe'|ley, by addfbasitiy very low prices for cash. Special ‘attention will be paid to reporting 
‘ae, prostration, nervonsness aod tok sido to side, just forward of the tirat dorsal, | PERFY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE, Agents, session of maps showing the limits of the sever- THE GRAY MEDICINE Co., es the proceodings of Courts of Law, Corpérations, 
but for conterflis nivays ask for the Words | iM Which way he will live longest and swim | — jly3 MONTREAL, | 4! belts above refprred to, (a: supply of which Toronto, O t., TA Public Meotings, &o,, &o., and in ehort.neither | 
pvatees pape ane ihe role proprietors, Messrs, | most naturally ;.a cruel business, but there | — l mapa en me peasinlty bornlased/ in 8 N. B,—The demands of our business have WY HRS ins nor expense will be spared to make the 
Mari Gala\by-Pertamers! Drigeiete ana is more or less cruelty in all sports of the tion,” ge neoossitated our removing to Toronto, to oa Darr INTELLIGENCER worthy of putlic pac 
‘Fanoy Goods Doalore. es ae gun ; and where shall we draw the By order of the Minister of the Interior, Le ana So grees AU Aatae com. ms pone RATES OF ADVERTISING, < 
PERRY DAVIS: & SON & LAWRENCE Agent: a J.S, DENNIS, id i i ? 
iM Fee eat | Oma, the line gently slong a Dip of aie SAY Eee. POM a Bera yal aceite ty | GHEAPER’@& BETTER STATIONERY || uber wale ot pee ce veces 
— = —_____ | shelving bank, or where the . drooping Lixpsay RusseL1 \d the United States. . 
JOHNSTON'S | branchos of a willow ripplo the smooth curs Surveyor General. per ee sail Intelligencer Office herder ot oe Ma, 
rent, or in the eddy that swirls below a troe it P Os uf 8100) 
FLUID BEEF) 20° o ball submerged log. \ The bass soos ; Half aquare, 6 month. ‘12 00 
an casy victim, dallies with it a little, seta oI PAPE R BAGS Gower, thanianmiothenplace)in} the One aquare 6 pS a i 
is now extensively | Mis teeth therein, and then atarts off to en- wae von Sit do ‘32 00 
used in British and | Joy his oasily gotten morsel in some chc 4 Wo.are prepared to fill all orders from the AR 
C Buy Ko n me chosen — th Legal Prof: f Two squares, 6 30 00 
¥ Soa ep nook. Give hima little time, and then [= Grocers, Milliners, Hatters, &c. ee Ce leio’t do 18 { 50 
Y Sand inte in take your own. You havo him hooked, and Zz Conveyancing Paper, Brief Paper | Threo aquares,6é iit 
1 prescribed by th | faculty wherever it | You deal gently with him, giving way to be WRAPPING PAPER Foolscap, Letter Paper, do 12 * 6¢ 00 
Tt adapeleliice i no rash impulse, ho is yours to have and to id] and Envelopes Four squares, 6 15 Oo 
conmitlaptability ts general tb tho invalid, the | hold in crool and in pan. In trolling for In Srraw, Mantuta, an Tra, 15 C. ao ie 8 00% 
Seovmaicantand the vigons. ‘Ro children it | him» small spoon is best. When a’ bass (a) per Cent. Lower Noticos of Births, 50 
Maternal Mise eee Cevelopment, and for |will take tho fly, he affords a sport almost STATIONERY and ENVELOPES, han the pricos charged elsowhore. dow ‘of Marriages bo 
reais ern Gyre digest or Fe moe a corte palmonvand trout, A at the lowest Montreal and Toronto prices, $ do of Deaths, ’ 
overstrain, it is the perfoction of k large fly is used, of a dark col ontresal and): J ii 
food. perfection of Kaown | go Ay it used, of & dark co lor, for clear cithor printed or plain, at J ust Opened Out fone eee Nrtate, tea toon are Se 
SOLD BY DRUGCISTS AND LEADING cROCERS, | 18 whatever way taken with the hook, ho — | .azimr’s WHOLESALE PAPER of gan og thelr advertisomente wvury two 
wool 


75,000 Envelopes 
ALL COLORS! ALL SIZES! 


15 per cent lower than any House 


is a hard fighter, throwing himsolf now two 
or three feet out of water, now running up 
tho line at topmost speed, full of devices 
and gamo to the last gasp, and it needs a 
cool head and a skilful hand to bring him 


Price 36c, 60¢ and 81. 
Manufactured by JOHNL. JOHNSTON, 
“dly Montreal, Canad 


STORH, 
Oamrpett, STREET. 
Belleville, May 27, 1879. 


‘Transiont adyortisomont Insorted 't 10 sta, 
per line for firat insortion, and four cents for. 
cach additional aversion? Baiada 


THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER — 


) SULPHUR 
—- 


to basket; and hoe who brings him thero Fi paoeer ey 
ely ao Rarely) snd scientifically, may | City Property for Sale, in Belleville In published eve: Thursday morning at $1.60.” 
cae 8 area 0. Pride and satistaction. HE subscriber offera for sale half an acre on annom if id in advance, If not paidat aie 
Pet inal cn shor Bag side ot Younus — he ange joription, $2 00 will invariably 


That's the way The 
y y Used to do It. Stroot, Thero is a frame house, barn and 


stablo on tho promises, and # good woll of 
water, 

Also a two story brick building on You- 
mans Stroot, containing two tenements and a 
shop. New and with fitout improvomonta, 

Alno the two story brick dwelling on Yoo- 
mans Streot cooupled | by tho subscriber, boing 
ono mre of land more or lens. 

Alao a two story brick house and two lots 
on Sinolair Stroot: 

For torms and furthor particulars apply of 


tho subsoribor, 
R. N. BENNETT, 
Bollovillo, March 12, '79. 265d4m 


A liboral disoount mad - 
vortiso by the yoar, eee 
ocfiilrertteementa for nsertlon muat be delly- 

‘ore ni 
thoir ap) prante on Wedneedasa its i . 
All advortinomonta without writton dire 


tlons { 
eer eee until forbid, and oharged a0 


A 14 FOOT Iron 
? Planor run sovon 
dayn with ONE OILING with 
STOOK'S XX OIL, 
at tho Joseph Hall Works, Oshawa, Ont, 
My bolt-cutting Oil cannot bo beaten, 
G, B. STOOK, 
J, H. HAMBLY, 
Belleville 


BANK NOTE BOOKS 


HOE uy Bank, in different nizos, for nalo 


STATING OMe 


At the INTELLIGENCER Ofico, 


PROTESTS _ 


PROTEST NOTICES 


FOR ANY BAN 
Aro on sale at tho X 


Thtelligencer Office 


Withathomb and finger on tho nose, a 
bright silver dimo on the tablo as a bribo, nod 
the Onstor Oil bottle in the othor hand 
was the way our mothor had to approach us 
when sho was about to attack a sovore cane of 
colic that had tied our littlo-intestinos in 
knots, Thoxo days, and that sceno, come no 
more to us, neither will our little onos ever 
have to tread the rough path their parents 
trod in their childhood. Now wo take Scorer | 
& Bownn's PALATADLE CASTOR O1L a8 com: | 
placently as wo do condensed milk, and it is 

ust aboat as choap—25foents « bottle, 


[[HOROUGHLY curos Disoasos o i 
| Boautifles tho Comploxion, Prove ae? a 
Romodios Khoumatism and Gout, Heals San. 
and countoracta contagion, 
N. B,—For fall description, 
gist for Circular, 
LOWDEN, INGLIS, NEILL & Co. 
Wholosalo Agonts, | 
32 Yonge St,, Poronto, 


$$$ 


“DAILY INTRLTIQHNOBR,”—Trinted 
for the INTELLIGENCER PRINTING 
AND PUBLISHING COMPANY) ( 
od), at their Officos, corner of 
Matkot Streets, Bollecil'e, b 
SHEPARD, Priater and Pu! 


ask your drug. 


yr 
Where Advertising Contracts can be made, 
e ~ 


223; 
iy band 
A 


“ 


* PR \ 


} 


: ind intermediate 


slligrt 


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LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS ESSENTIAL—LIBERALITY IN THINGS NOT ESSENTIAL—CHARITY 


IN ALL, ° 


VOL. 18. 


ALLAN 


Siero gs: 


STEAM TO LIVERPOOL, 


Lonilonderry aiid Glaszow. 


ey trethte Clyde built iron steamships 

of the Allan line; (carrying the Canadian 
and United Statos Mails,) will bo despatchod 
from Halifax for Liverpool aud Londondorry 


every Saturday, aa follows :— 
SAILINGS FROM HALIFAX 


POLYNESIAN, March lat, 
SARMATIAN, “8th. 
HIBERNIAN, 15th, 
MOa@AVIAN, “ 92nd. 
CIRCASSIAN, + 29th, 
CASPIAN, April 5th. 


RATES OF PASSAGE. 
From Belloville to Liverpool or London 
dorry, viz, Halifax. Cabin $67.50, $80,560 and 
$90, a to position of state-room, 


Intormediato, with first-class Railway $47, 
Stoorage, do. $32. 
Children 1 to 12 yeara half price, under 


l year free. 

Roturn Tickots at reduced rates, 

Steerage tickets aro issuod without extra 
charge, toor from Liverpool, Londondorry, 
Quoenstowo, Giasgow, Belfast, London, Bria- 
tol or Cardiff, 

The last train connocting with tho Ovoan 
Stoamor| at Halifax, passow Belleville every 
Tharwlay at noon. Passongera go at unce on 
board. 

An =xporience 1 Surgeon accompanies oach 
veasol, 

id for, 


Berth no seoured until 

Persons wishing tosend for thoirfrionds can 
obtain bassage certificates at lowost rates from 
England, Ireland or Scotland, to any railway 
station in Canada or tho United States, (When 
tiokots aro not used tho amount is returnod, 
lous & small deduction, ) 

Intermediate and stoorago Stewardosses aro 
& spointod to oach of the vessels, 


1879, 


SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. 


PURE 


HOLLAND GIN. 


V E havo just received, DIRECT from 


Messrs. JOMN D.KUYPER & SONS, 
Rotterdam. Holland, 


our usual Spring consignmont of their celo+ 
brated 


HOLLAND GIN. 


The Gin manufactured by Messrs. John Do- 
Kuyper & Sons striu ReTAtNs tho reputation 
gained many years ago of being the nesr and 
ronest artiole of the kind, The best evidence 
of this is the fact that it commanda tho 110H- 
est Prick in tho loading wholesale markets of 
the world, 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 


Business Divectorn. 


ark & Northrup, 

I TERS, &c, Offices lately ocon 
pied by Ponton & Donmark, Front St. 

Bellovillo. 


d&w 
Robertson & Thomas, 
ARRISTERS, &o. 


funds, 


yille, Ont. 
Avex, RopertsoN. J, Parker Tuomas. 


Flint & Jellett, 
(Solicitors for The Canadian Bank of Comme 
PARIS TEBE, Attornios-at-Law, So! 
t ors in Chancery, Notaries Public, &o, 
Bellovillo, Ont. 
Jonw J. B, Fro, 


Monoan Jxuverr, 


TO & Ostrom, 
| peste ttornoys, ete,, Trenton, 


135 


Peterson & Peterson, 

[Bases TERS, Attorneys-at-Law, Solici- 
tors in Chancery, Insolvency, and Me- 

chanica’ lion casos, Conveyancors, &o., &o. 

Office over Clark’s Drag Storo, corner 

Bridge and Front Streets, Bellovillo, 

A. M. PerersoN, B.A. CO, W. Perenson, B.A, 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers AND 
Wrve Mercnants. 


CITY TIN SHOP. 


Baildin, 
Bellovillo, Ont, 


Geo. D. Dickson, 
ARRISTER, &c., Post Office Block, 
Bridge Street, Belleville. 


E. NeMahon, 
on ete Law, Solicitor in Chancory 
ia &o., &o, Ovrice—In MoAn iany’+ 
Corner of Front and Bridge Be 


Sam'L. S. Wallbridce, Jr., LL. B., 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Chay 


Lare E. Cxanpter, Drucatsr, 


§. STOCKER & 00,, 


TPVHE subscribers beg to announce to the 


country, that they havo opened a Shop at the 
above addross. Parties wanting work done 
in our line will find it to their advantage to 
give ua a call, as we use nono but first olass 


For through tickots and evory Information 


apply to 
U. E. THOMPSON, 
mt Allan Lin 
Expross Office, 
March 1879 Bolloville, 


ale ali A 


The Steamer “UTICA,” 


head of the Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville 
atSalm, Will leave Picton at 1p m, on re- 
turn for the hoad of the Bay ; leaving Bello- 
villeat6 pom 
Omnibuses in waiting at Picton and Bello- 
lo. 


W. H. CAMPBELL, 

Agent, Belleville, 

P. F, McCUAIG, Agent, Picton. 
April 28, 1879. 


PICTON AND BELLEVILLE. 


Red and Grey, has almost ontirely superseded 
tho Aberdeen Granite, both in this country 
sere OT the noe Stato Hence at albeoy aig | tho Bridgo Streot Methodist Church. 


as paces tho best, and cheap as the cheapest, 


rienced workmen. 
Plumbin, 
a SPECHA 


To Marble 


am now pre! 
ble and Granite work at greatly reduced prices. 
d&w | First quality Marblo to: 
Plumbers’ use, 60c, per foot—old price 90c,— 
and a like reduction on all othor kinde of mar- 
blo work. 


stock; we do our own work and guarantee 
satisfaction. 


TINWARH, 


Tin, Sheet Iron and Coppersmiths, | over 
Street, Belleville, Ont. 


ss of Marri 


Company.) 
TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitorin Chances y 
Notary Public, &o,, &0, Orr1cx—No. 4, 
tho Post Office, Bogart’s Blook, Bridge 


Money tolond on easy terms a2d 


inhabitants of Belloville and adjoining Mortgages bought and sold, 


Elisha Wesley, 
¢ Licenses, at the office 
of M. B. Roblin, Front St., Bolloville, 


B.S. Willson, M. D. ©. M., 
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 


Gaeens of the University of McGill, 


Montreal. Late House Apothecary of 


tho Montreal General Hospital. Residence 
and Office, Pinnacle Street, att 


NG neatly and cheaply done by oxpe- 

Eavotroughing, Roofing, 
. Bell. ing, Steam and Gas fitting 

IALTY, 

Note the place, 351 Front Street. 


one door above Tickell’s Furniture Store. 


S. STOCKER & Co. 
Belleville, April 29, dtt 


Encoutage Native Industry. 


Dealers, Furniture 
Dealers, Plumbers, &c, 


Oras to extensive additions to my Fao 
tory of the latest improved mabiony, Fur Store. 
are - 


to furnish all kinds of 


Liventiate Midwifery, Edin 


J. E. Eakins, M.D., 
TORONTO UNIVERSITY, 
ICENTIATE Royal Colloge Physicians ; 
Licentiate ovale Collec Bprgaansy and 
jurgh, 
Office, No, 2, Robertson Block, 
Residence, 180 George Street, 


J. R, Dickson, L. D.S., 
Suroron Dentist, 
Orvice—Corner Bridge and Front sts. 
Entrance on Bridge Street. 


H.W. Branscombe, 
AG romoved Lio DONTAL orrrun 
cress the street, over Davenport's 
BOew. 


for Furniture and 


in 


Jos. Caldwell 


Pe heiinany DENTIST, formerly of Bollo- 


ville, lato of Ottawa, has opened an office 
Robertson’s new block, Front Street, Belle- 


ville, Teeth extracted without pain. 


My Inrernationan Scotcu Granite, both 


Dr. Higinbotham, 


Ree Surgeon, Accoucheur, &c. 


Office and Residence, next door north of 


now being made of it, at my factory, 


THE STEAMER 


‘CITY OF BELLEVILLE, 
' H. BOGART, CAPTAIN, 
ILL leave Picton DAILY, (Sundays ox- 
copted), at 6a.m., calling at all Ports 
between Picton and Belleville. y 
Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. 
Mating connection with the Napance steam- 
‘er at Mill Point, morning and oyeniny. 


Wi CAMPBELL, | Agricultural and Industrial 


Agent, Belloville. 
May 5, 1879. d&w 


THE STEAMER HASTINGS, 
as =f 


=) 


levilleo EVERY MORNING, 
\ heel ‘at 6 Onee except Sat- 
B a.m. 
turday, when she sare at a aerTe 
Svea at Kingston with the 
mnecta at Kin; 
orn going stand West; the Royal Mail 
ling of steamers for Montreal, Toronto and Ham- 
ilton; the Ferry steamers for Sie Vincent, and 
steamers for Rideau Canal and Ottawa. 
For further information 


Belleville, May 5, 1879. i 
FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. 


Tux Commoptovs AXD FAyortre PAssexozn 
Axp FRxioht SteAMER 


to 
JAMPBELL. 


Oarr, Sxatu, 
ws leave Tronton every Monday morn~ 


Belleville at 


ing at six ofclovk, | and vainning’ all 


nine o'clock, for porta as above, 


tho Rapids, inclu eg ae Thursday 


Returning, leavew For fur- 
noon, for River and Bay Porte. oF 
ther ‘aformation, apply to the Cs) s 
board, or to" W. Hi CAMPBELL, 
d&w 


Bolloville, April 30, 1879. 


~ BANKING» OFFICE” 
U. E. THOMPSON, 


BuvixvILux, ONT, 


Brroox Street, 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 


Bought and Sold. 

i i sub 
wepepette rece at allowed at 4 a 
Der cont. 


Portland, Malmo" 


International Scotch Granite Works, 
10:3m. alt 


loot to withdrawal 


OR ., 29) OO Sam le 
$b to $20 Pe ey iron, STINFON & 30. 


Send for designs, prices and sample of stone. 
R. FORSYTH, 


( 


John J. Faricy, M. D. 
FFICE.—Front Street, over Chandler 
Drug Store. Residence—Dafoe House, 


Montreal, 


$20,000 in Prizes, 


THREE WEEKS 


Dr. H. James 


I | AS romoved his office to his residence, 
Road. 


Church Street, near the Kingston 


S. A. Abbott, M. D., 


Gans of Queen's Univorsity, and 


momber of the College of Physicians and 


Surgeons of ones Damion ree ee 
oT egal Drug Store, ront and Bridge Stree’ 
Exhibition at Toronto, | pave? ve dl58 


From the Ist to 19th Sept'r, 1879, 


DPF 
TO BE. OPENED BY HIS:EXCELLENCY THE COVERKOR | Dean ert oivit Bngineara and. Land 
Agents, Offico—Dominion Buildings, Bridge 
. Street, Bollevillo. 
IN PRIZES for Agricultu- | branches. in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to. 
ofinventions evareniaas Patents spoiled for, 


CENERAL AND H.R H. THE PRINCESS LOUISE. 


$20,000 ral, Horticultural and py 


Products, Implements, Machinery, and al 
kinds of Manufactures, Fine Arts and Ladies’ 
work, &c., &o, 


Evans & Bolger, 
OVINCIAL LAND SURVHYORS 


Surveying in all its 


Drawings, Specifications, fi 


Joux D, Evans, Taos. O, 
P.L.S., 0. EB. & A. 


}e@LGER, 
PLS, 


Cheap Rates and Excursions on all the Rail- 

way and Steamboat lines. 
tries close first week in August. 

Prize List and forms of Entry now Bae 

Grand Band competition, Boat races, Dog 
show, lllumination of the City, and other at- 
tractions, during the Exhibition. 

JAS, MoGEE, 


Thomas Gardner, . 
LAIN and Ornamental Plasteror, Slate 
Roofer, Comenting, &o, Centre Piecer 


mado to order, 


Rerexences—Hon. Robert Road, Wm. E. 
dtt 


Holton, Rey. Mr, Bird. 


Belleviile, Dec. 6th, 1875. 


Manager and Treas, 
J, J, WITHROW, 
President. 
: H. J, HILL, 
Secretary. 


Toronto, July 10th, 1879. 
Notice to Creditors. 


1 [2 pursuance of Chapter 107, Seo, 34 Re- 
vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is hereby 
piven, thaf all Creditors and other persons 
aving any debt or claim upon or affecting in 
any way the estate of 


HDMONDS CHANDLER, ‘ 


lato of the City of Bellovillo, in the County of 
Hastings, in the Province of Ontario and Do- 


EsTABLIsHeD 1N 1782, 
SSURANCES granted on Town, Village, 
and Farm Buildings and Property, ov 


60 | most favorable terms. 


GEO. E.BULL, Agent. 
Stirling, Int Ang. 1876, 


‘Ontario Loan Society 


” 


Ape Money at 6 and a quarter por cont, 


payable yoarly. 
‘Farmers’ Friend Loan Co.,” 


Lend money at seven per cont, in any sums 


minion of Canada, Chemist and Druggist, de- | for any time. 
ceased, who died on the Lith day of February 
1879, at said City of Bolleville, are hereby re- Also, » large amount of private funds for 


quired to send in fall particulars of their and | invostmont at reasonable ratos, 


each of their claims to Lawrence Honry Hen- 
derson or James Glass, the Executors of the 
last Will and Testament of said deceasod, 
(Probate of said last will and Testamont hav- 
ing been granted to thom on the 27th day of 
February, 1879, by the Surrogate Court of the 
County of Hastings), dirocted to thom or ono 
of them, post paid to their addross, Post Offico 
box 93, Belloville, or loft at the Law Office of 
L, H. Henderson, Keq., Motropolitan Block, 
North Campbell Stroet, in said City of Bolle- 
ville, on or before the 15th day of August, 
1879, nt tho oxpiration of which timo the nai 
Exocutors will proceod to distribute tho assota 
Of tho said deceasod among tho persotis oF par- 
ties entitled thoreto, having rogard to the 
Aobts and claims only of which tho anid Exoo- 
utors shall thon have had notice; and the said 
Exocutors, undor tho provisions of tho aaid 
Statute, will not bo liablo for the agueta no 
Ajstributed, to any porson or partios of whos 
debt or claim per hall not have had noticy { 
at tho time of such distribntion, 

Dated the 10th day of July, A.D, 1879, 

JAMES GLASS, 

L, H. HENDERSON 

Executors of naid decoased, 


dtd 
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Barristors, &o., 


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Bollovillo, Aug, 23 1878. dtf 


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DEPARTMENT. 


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charges aro as modorate as tho cost of gotting 
up good work will allow, and aro usually found 
satisfactory. 

THE 


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is now noted for its punctuality in fulfilling 
promisos, and business mon oan roly on got- 
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THE FACILITIES FOR 
ORTTING OUT 
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Sro amplo, and ordors aro pushed through with 


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The Indian Hunter, 


The following beautiful poem waswritten 
by Longfellow and first published about 
fifty years ogo, It, with many others of 
the poet's earlior compositions, has not ap- 
peared in the published collections of his 
works, but has been rescued from oblivion 
by an admirer, who has collected and pub- 


lished thon of the yoncrable bard's early 
production which had cither escaped notice 
or not been deemed worthy of being incor- 
porated together with his other masterly 
productions, The reader will, after perue- 
ing this poom, thank the gentleman who 
brought it from its obscurity : 


When the summer harvest was gather’d in, 

And the sheaf of the gleaner grew white and 
hin, 

And the ploughsharo was in ita furrow left, 

Where the stubbled land had been lately cleft, 

An Indian hunter, with unstrung bow, 

Looked down whero tho valley lay stretchod be- 
iow. 


He was a stranger there, and all that day 
Had been out on the hills, a perilous way ; 
But the foot of the deer was far and fleet, 
And tho wolf kept aloof from the hunter's foet, 
And bitter feelings pass'd o/er him then 

As ho stood by the populous haunts of men. 


‘The winds of autumn came over the woods 

As the sun stole out from their solitudes ; 

Tho moss was white on the maple’s trunk, 

And dead from ith arros the hate vine shrunk, 
And ripen’d the mellow fruit hung, and red 
Were the trocs’ withered leaves around it shed. 


The foot of the reaper moved slow on the lawn, 
And the sickle cut down the yellow coun ; 

Tho mower sung loud by the meadow aide, 
Where the misty of evening were spreading 


wide, 
And the voice of the herdsman came up tho lea, 
And tha.dance went round by the greenwood 
ec, 


Then the hunter turn’d away from that scene, 
Where tho home of his fathers once had been, 
And heard by the distant and measured stroke 
That the woodman hew’d down the giant oak, 
And burning thoughts flashed over his mind 
Of the white man’s faith, and love unkind, 


The moon of the harvest grew high and bright 
Asher golden horn pierced the cloud of white, 
A footstep was heard in the rustling brake, 
Where the beech overshadowed the misty lake, 


And mourning voice and a plunge from the 
shore— 


And the hunter was seen on the hills no more, 


When years had pass'd on, by that still lake side 
The fhsher lovk’d down through tho river tide, 
And there, on the smooth yellow sand displayed, 
A skoleton wasted and white was laid, 

And 'twas seen, as the waters moved deop and 


slow, 
‘That the hand was still grasping a hunter's bow. 


FAINT HHART. 


She stood before him, tall and fair 
win imelronthet mirerana av 

And on her cheek the’ bloom of May. 
But rosy cheek and dimpled chin, 

And raven lashes drooping low, 
Conceal the answer he would win; 

It might be Yes ; would it be No? 


Ah, if ‘twere No—his throbbing heart 
Stood fairly still with sudden pain, 
And if "twere Yes, the world #0 wide 
His deep content could scarce contain. 
So wondrous fair ! how could she stoop 
‘To such a ono as he ? 
Ah, sweet that still leaves hope ! 
Ah, pain of said uncertainty | 


He held her hand so white and small, 
And moved to press it with his dips, 
But changed his mind, and let it fall, 
With chilliest touch of finger tips, 
. And took the seat sho offe: 
Upon the sofa by her side, 
Nor made the space between them less, 


him 


Which seemed so narrow yet 80 wide, 
Dhen gazing on the perfect face, 

‘The dimpled mouth, the serious es, 
And Grinklog in with cager ears, 


The music of her low replica, 

He let the bright hours drift away, 
Nor told the secret of hid heart, 

But when the shadows longthenod lay, 
Rose, all reluctant, to depart. 


And stammered forth, with blushing chock, 
An eager, timorous request 
That she, for old acquaintance sake, 
Would grant the rosebud from her breast, 
Sho gave it him with downcast eyes, 
And watched him leave her with a sigh 
“* So good,” she said, ‘* so true, so wise 5 
Ah me, if ho were not so shy |” 


Sunday Heading. 


Preaching in America. 


The preaching of the timo in this country 
isas goodas the poople aro willing to hear. 
Neither in tho church nor out of it is there 
any considerable demand for better preaching. 
Whore there is most intelligence or culture 
the chiof desire in regard Ce aa i that 
it ball bo entertaining, and thus suited to 
attract many hearers who will holp to pay 
the expeni of the church. Under tho 
voluntary system,” as it is called, which 
prevails hore, it would be very difficult to 
give the people any kind of preaching which 
thoy do not want. ‘Tho persons who need to 
be taught, guided, and instructod thus fix 
tho standard and determine almost wholly 
tho charactor of the teaching which they are 
to receive, ‘This is an incidental effect of the 
dominion of the masses, of our universal 
suff arrangement of gocloty, In vo 
fow of tho churches or congregations in this 
country oan there be any continuous or habit- 
ual religious teaching which the people do not 
approve, ‘The standard, or ideal, as to prench- 
ing is usually higher among ministers than 
among thoir hearers, and many clergymen 
maintain a constant struggle against tho in- 
jurions tondoncies of the popular taste, and 
try to croate in tho minds of their hearers an 
appotite for the highor and moro spiritual 
qualition in roligious teaching. But tho 
preaching of the onan liko noarly evory- 
thing elao in our moral lifo, is likely to bo- 
come more and more completely reprosen- 
tative of tho culture, taste, morality, and en- 
tire charactor of the people who compose tho 
churches. If thia in the tendency, tho char+ 
notor of tho preaching will not thereby be 
clovated or improved.—August Adlantic. 


Yortity Yourselves. 


ou havo once boon beguilod, and havo 
eh Ythors sink, let your resolation! of aa 
Jy fortified against the alluremonta in fu' aes 
Sir Matthow Halo, whil a young Bas arent 
an evoning with a foasting party, Mt oa a 
of them drank to such excoss thn! ho 


i fdat. of thom. They 

Joad in tho midst o! 
hastily separa never again to mix in auch 
ae Nhother health while he 


rset Sly kept he scsi, 
lived 5 and Fooeawary, you may ask, to lay 


attended to with 
ardod immediately on complotion, 


romptnoss, and work for- 


for Pamplilot of 100, pages, containing 
| lists of 3000 nowspapors,and eetimate show 
Ng O08 of ody 


jgorous restraint approachin, 
himeolf under TP inight be, or It night not 


1879. 


bo, for this ina point or moral casnistry not 
always casily to be sottlod ; atany rato it is 
best to be on the safe side. Tho anocdote 
above given brings to mind a circumstance 
related of the celebrated Baron Haller, His 
social disposition and the excitemont of his 
companions, having in m convivial party be. 
traved him into an act of intemperance, this 
salltary deviation into excess so strongly im. 
an ed his mind with ingenuous shame that 
ho instantly formed a resolution to abstain 
from wine in future, and adopted a strictness 
of morals from which ho neverdoparted. We 
should not havo hada pillar of the law and a 
pattern of intogrity in Rate, or any ornament 
of literature and philosophy in Haller, had 
cither of thom been given up to drinking, 


Punctuahty at Church. 


A cortain bridegroom, it istold in sacred writ, 
shut the door in the faco of certain virgins 
who were too late ; but it ix manifest that this 
falutary example has not been followed as ro- 
ligiously as other passages of Sripture which 
have admitted of a developement of tho com- 
bative clomont in map, or complaints would 
not be so frequent nowadays of the want of 
punctuality catia by church attendants 
in arriving at their places of worship, Laymen 
who, so [ye fa aro they, soem to sleep ou 
the benchos during tho iatronifasions at a con- 
ference or synod mecting, when the formalities 
of religion arc to be pitchforked about, are 
perfectly indifferent, in too many Cases, as to 
Appearing at the appointed time to engage in 
the highest possible exercise of religion—tho 
worship of God, Men who would dincharge, 
or at least severely reprimand a clerk for be- 
ing five minutes late at business,come clatter- 
ing through church to their pews while the 
minister is engaged in prayer. Women who 
would upset a set of blue china if it stood in 
tho way of their reaching the wharf in time 
for a picnic excursion, complacently sail up 
the church aislo while the minister is reading 
the Word of God. Reprehensiblo is too mild 
a word to apply to a want of punctuality in 
reaching church. The word which most fitly 
describes such conduct is disgraceful. There 
is not ono case in five hundred where there is 
a shadow of excuse for this infliction of annoy- 
anco on fellow-worshippers and this offence in 
tho sight of God, Tho hours of church-going 
are such that any*one who goes to worship 
God in the spirit doos not need to mortify the 
flesh in order to be aunitin the mision of 
praiso when His presence is approached.— 
Toronto Telegram. 


Gossip and Slander. 


The refined conversationalist dotesta gossip 
and slander, He would no sooner talk about 
your private affairs with others than he would 
steal your purse or peep through your key- 
hole ; and ho considers slander the most hein- 
ous of crimes. His conversation is markod 
by his purity. He tells no story and utters 
no word that he would blush to have under- 
atood by most chaste and refined woman. Hoe 
speaks his pative language in its purity, and 
docs not interlard it with foreign phrases. Ho 
avoids slang. te never descends to apgry 
disputation. Neither is he a pedant who 
talks incessantly that he may overpower you 
with a sense of musty learning. Nor has he a 
hobby which he is forever trying to inake you 
ride behind him to the death, Nor does he 
insult your selfrespect by descending to 
commonplace bandying of words and compli- 
ments, chatting nonsense, aa if such food only 
were suited to your effeminate soul, His 
He is well informed ‘on the topics of the day, 
and can give a fair criticism of the Inst new 
book. Master of the art of conversation, he 
docs not suffer the time to run to waste in 
silonce or vain words. He chooses the themes 
and talka with a purposo, Best of all, ho is as 
good a listener as he is a talker, and can keep 
silent while othera speak. . 


Golden Moments. 


How sorry ono would be for a man who, 
starting out upon a journey, had bis pockets 
full of golden coin, which, one by one had 
slipped through some unmended hole or rent, 
Bo that, whon he came to the end of his trip, 
ho had not one left, but lay dowa upon his 
bed a beggar! How strictly we would look 
to our own pockets aftor hearing the tale, and 
make very sure that what coin we had should 
be well spent, or hoarded carefully, and not 
scattered on the road-side dust! Yet wo start 
upon our lives, each one of us, with a store of 
golden momenta of which we keep little ac- 
count, Rapidly they slip away through the 
rents of sloth and ignorance. Many a ono, 
rich in all the golden moments of seyenty 
years, lios down at last, scarcely able to re- 
membor how he has frittered and scattered 
them, knowing only that he has no more— 
that all aro gone, and that he cannot ray that 
ho has minsnesn anything of uso to himacl! 
or another with what might have bought so 
much, 


Does Her Own Work. 


Does she? What of it? Is it any disgraco? 
Is she any loss a true woman, leas worthy of 
respect than she who sits in milks and satins, 
and is vain of fingers that never Iabor? We 
listened to this ancer a few days ago, and the 
tone in which it was uttered betokened a nar- 
row, ignoblo mind, better fitted for any place 
than a country whose institutions rest on hon- 
orablo labor as one of the chief corner stones, 
It evinced a falso idoa of the trac basis of ao- 
colety, of trae womanhood, of genuine nobility. 
It showed the detestable spirit of caste, of 
rank, which a certain Claas aro trying to es. 
tablish—a caste whoso solo foundation is mon+ 
ey, and is the meanest kind of rank known to 
civilization, Mind, manners, morals, all that 
enters into a good character, aro of no account 
with these social snobs; ition in their 
stilted ranka is bought with gold, and each 
additional dollar is anothor round in tho lad- 
dor by which elevation is gained,—Exchange, 


Superior People, 


Tho most disagreeable of all ~disagroeblo 
people ace your suporior peoplo—individuals 
who consider themselves a little better than 
the ordinary ran of mortals, and who oxpect 
to bo treated with groater “deference and 
honor than is shown the majority of other 
persons, 

Tho most poworful and moat common agent 
in tho manufacture of superior pooplo is 
money. Ho who is the owner of much pro: 
porty, whoso namo is good for largo sums, 
who lives in a grand mansion, who woars rich 
yarmonta, drives fino horses, and has many 
noryants to do his bidding, ia a very suporior 
soraon indeed. He may not be wise, he may 
ho a 1nere fool in all else except tho making of 
dollars and cents, ho may not bo a good man, 
he may be known asa rasoal anda choat, otill 
ho has that which makes him a superior man, 
‘and mon of talont, mon of brains and learning, 
the honost mon, all envy him ; ho ia noticed 
overywhoro ; what he saya or docs is gonore 
ally commented es pho is pointed out to 
atrangors as ono of tho “‘ lions” of the place, 
and people treat him with tho deference duo 
ono of tho suporior beings of tho earth, with 
the honor bestowed es the reprosentative of 
wealth wherover found. 

Noxt wo lave thoro people who baso their 
claims for superiority upon thoir birth, ‘Thoy 
aro the dercondants of those who mado names 
in history for bravery, learning or gonius, and 
they room to assume that booause thoir great 
grandfathers won tho praise and respect of the 
World, they should, aleo, and that all they 
haye to do to accompliah this objoot in to 


4 


A Truthful Hero. 


Master Walters had been much annoyed 
by somo ono of his scholars whistling in 
school. Whenever ho called a hoy to account 
for euch a disturbance, he would plead that 
it was unintentional—,“*ho forgot all about 
whore he was.” ‘This became so frequent, 
that the roaster threatened a severe punish- 
ment to the next offender, 

The next day, when the room was unusu- 
ay quict, aloud, sharp whistle broke the 
stillness, Evory ono anserted that it twas 
cortain boy, who had the reputation of a mis- 
chief-maker anda liar, He waa called u: , 
aod though with a somewhat stubborn look 
he donied it again and again, was commanded 
to hold out his hand, At this instant, a slen- 
der little fellow, not more than soyon years 
old, caine out, and with a very pale, int de- 
cided face, held out his hand, eayiog, an ho 
did s0, with the clear and firm tono of a 
hero : 

“Mr, Walters, sir, do not punish him ; I 
whistlod. I was doiag a long, hard sum, and 
in rabbing out another, I rubbed it out by 
mistake, and spoiled it al), and before I 
thought, whistled right out, sir, I was very 
much afraid, but I could not sit there and 
act alice, when I knew who was to blamo. 
You may cane me, sir, as you said you 
should.” And with all the firmness he could 
command, he again held out tho little hand, 
never for a moment doubting that he was to 
bo punished. 

Mr, Walters was much affectod. ‘*Charles,”” 
said he, looking at the erect form of tho deli- 
cate child, who had made such a conquest 
over his natural timidity, ‘I would not 
strike you a blow for the world. No one here 
doubts that you spoke the truth; you did 
not mean to whistle ; you have been a truth- 
ful hero,” 

The boy went back to his scat with a flush. 
ed face, and quietly wont on with his sums. 
He must have felt that overy oye waa w 
him in admiration, for the ‘smallest scholars 
could sppreciate the moral courage of such an 
action. 

Charles grow up, and became a devoted, 
consistent Christian. Let all our readers 
imitate his noble, heroic conduct, 


Faith. 


_ ‘ItL could only see Christ I could be- 
lieve in him,” says ono, “‘If I could only 
hear him saying, ‘Thy sins ore forgiven 
thee,’ it would be easy for me to know that 
they are forgiven,” says another. Yes’ but 
that would not be faith; that would bo 
evidence : and the Bible says, ** By faith are 

e saved ;” it nowhere says that we arc eayod 

by evidence, If I wish to borrow o sum of 
money from you, put some government bonds 
into your hands as bed you do not have 
to trust me, do you? No; you have the 
equivalent of the sum you haye lent, There- 
fore, it is impossible to trust me, 


° Teach Your Boys. 


Teach them that ‘Honesty is tho beat 
policy,” 

Teach them that to wear patched clothés ia 
no disgrace, but to wear a “black eye” is, 

Teach them that a true lady may be found 
in calico quite as frequently as in velvet, 


Teach them that, as they expect to bo mon 
some day, they cannot too soon learn to pro- 
tect the weak and helpless, 

Teach them that a common school educa- 
tion with common senso, is better than a col- 
lego education withont it. 

Teach them that God is no rospecter of sox, 
and that when he gave the seventh command- 
ment, he meant it for them as well as for 
their sisters, 


Gems of Thought 


Those who know most still continue to 
learn. 

Passion gots less and less power after each 
defeat, 

Love is to the moral naturo what the sunis 
to the earth, 

Faith spans the gulf of death with a 
bridge of hope. 

There are vices which ‘lo not depriye us of 
friends, and virtues which do. 

Love mocks all sorrows but its own, and 
damps each joy it does not yield. 

Men who believe they will die like beasts 
aro apt to live in the same manner. 

Tho poorest education that teaches self- 
control is better than the beat that noglects 


it. 

Of learning tho most difficult part is to 
unlearn, hence tho necessity of beginning 
betimes. 

Ingratitude is a kind of mental weakness, 
We havo nover seen any able man who was 
ungrateful. 

Man ought always to have something that 
ho prefers to life, otherwise life itself will 
appear tiresome and void. 

Health is tho only riches that a man ought 
to set a value on; for without it all mon are 
poor, Jot thoir estates bo what they will. 

If any one say that he has seen a just man 
in want of eth we answer that it was in 
somo place where there was no other just 
man, 

Every human creature is sensible to some 
infirmities of temper, which it should be his 
care to correct and subdue, particularly in 
the early period of life, 

Tho humble man, though surrounded with 
tho acorn and reproach of tho world, is still in 
peace, for the stability of his peace restoth 
not upon the world, but upon God. 

Ho who bogina, by lovin; ae bet+ 
ter than truth will proceed by loving his own 
soct or church better than Christianity, and 
‘ond in loving his opinions best of all. 

Allmen, indeed, suffer a greater or loss 
degree of unoasiness and pain; bat the vir- 
tuous man oxperiences far less than the vicious. 
‘Tho first tastes all those joys, but suffors tho 
miserios flowing froma disapproving mind. 
Tho good porson also enjoys the esteem and 
affection of his follow men, 

Tho farmor likes » field that is fillod with 
corn, not ono that grows with rosplendent 
poppies ; ho likes grass that is pure fa fit 
ie tho service of the beast upon the hills, not 
that which is mixed with buttereups, So 
when we go to the sanctuary it is not lowers 

wo want to be a bonquet of beauty, but food 
to sustain our souls and strengthen us for the 
toils and trials of the wook. a4 ae 

Idloncas, as has beén tra A 0 
mothor of orimo; and it is Ne true road to 
poverty. Woe aro all ao constituted that our 
minds mast be employed, Persons brought 
up in idleness and luxury often aoguire 
habits which they nover throw off through 
life and which end in premature death. The 


associations in lifo aro various, and all ought 
to be employed in somo usofal calling, and to 


faithfully discharge that calling. 
= / 
Thoy unite in a groat sum. 


They ae 
subordinate mombora of tho structure of od 
‘gooiaty,” which good or bad, ot 
hand takes things 


Jividual conduet o! 
otter hand, confers, by its own frood or bad 


0 ohe 
yod or bad from the in- 
mon, and wich, on tho 


injury dpon the indivi- 


anort their superiority over humble mortals 
who have no illustrious ancestors of whore 
ods they oan boast, 


condition, benefit of 


duala that goto constitute it, It works 
' both ways. 4 
F 


FIRE IN HAMILTON. 


The Business Centre Destroyed. 


MILLIONS WORTH OF PROPERTY 
CONSUMED. 


(From the Globe's Correspondent.) 


L& Co, 
Row, New Youx, 


GEO, P. ROW 
aoa 
AND ee 
J. H. BATES, 1 Pank Row, New Yorx, 
3 our Agonta in that city, and aro aus 
thorired to contract for advortising at 


dur lowest rates. 


Hanuuron, Aug, 1. 


Mail Auteliigencer. 


BELLEVILLE, SATURDAY, AUG, 
Tho Sugar Question Again. 


Considerably disconcerted by recont ro- 
buils, but yot with a porsoverance Ww ‘orthy 
of a botter causo, tho G@lobe returns to tho 
discussion of tho, sugar queation. Rondorod 
alittle more cautious by the exposures and 
corrections of its misstatements which wo 
have beon compelled by a sense of duty to 


tho public to make, our contemporary wise- 


ly refrains from launching out in its usual 


lengthy diatribes, but condenses tho ex- 
prossion of its contentions into short but 
Yenomous paragraphs, which contain loss 
that can bo taken hold of than long articles, 
although thoy really display quite as much 
recklessness of statement in briefer form, 
For oxample, it stated or ipsinuated, which 
ismuch tho samo thing, in o paragraph 
lately published, that Redpath’s prices for 
granulated sugars were higher than thoso 
for which tho samo class of sugara rofined 
in New York could be Jaid down in Can- 
ada. Wo showed by a calculation, the cor- 
reotnoss of which cannot be disputed, that 
Redpath’s prices aro 10 cts. per 100 Ibs, 
loss than the samo class of sugars can be 
imported for from the United States, 
without Protection, and now the organ 
which doesn’t ‘know oll about sugar” as- 
sorts that our calculation is wrong ; that it 
is based upon duty on the “short " instead 
of the ‘flong” price, A very humiliating 
admission as by valoulating on “tho long 
price Redpath would be about 1}c. por 
pound less than Amorican Refinors. So the 
difference is still in favor of the Canadian in- 
dustry ; but, as export duties are levied by 
few of tho British Wost India Islands, our 
trade will flow to thom and theirs to us— 
just what the Government aimed at in im- 


onflagrations 
this aftor- 


One of thamost disasterous 
over known In this city took plac 
noon, resulting in a loss of re stato and 
morchandiso frightful to contomplate, Tho 
alarm of firo was sounded at 5:40 p, m., the 
occasion boing a small issue of smoke from 
underneath the cornice near tho south-east 
corner of Furnor, Livingstone, & Co,’s pro- 
mines, corner of King and’ Jobn atroots, 
followed in an iacrodibly short space of timo 
by asimilar isauo from the John.strect sido 
of Mesara, D, McInnes & Co, The brigade 
turned out promptly, but on their arrival on 
tho spot it had became quite evident that tho 
corner was already doomed, Indood, 10 
rapidly was tho building enveloped in flames 
that little or no attempts wore made to save 
anything, and this block, embracing 
the Hamilton Provident and Loan 
Sooioty’a promises on the ground floor corner; 
the Bank of Hamilton,adjoining and facing on 
King Street ; D, McInnos & Co.'s occu pying 
the whole part of tho building in rear of and 
over the two promises last named; and Turnor 
Livingstone, & Co.'s, adjoining McInnes’, on 
the scoond floor, were, comparatively spoak- 
ing, loft to their fato, hnd the offorta of tho 
brigade concentrated on the task of saving the 
adjacent buildings. The aspect at this junc- 
ture was so alarming that assistance was 
telegraphed for to Toronto, a proceed: 
ing rendered all the more necessary from 
tho fact that tho water pressure was found 
totally inadequate, tho streams of water 
for a while at first scarcely reaching 
beyond the second story windows. Tho St. 
Catbarinos brigade was also communicated 
with, but messages were subsequently sent 
countormanding the request, Tho Toronto 
force replied that threo engines remained 
in waiting, ready to start by special train at a 
moments notice, Prosently a spark from the 
burning buildingsot firo to the tower on San- 
ford’s building, across John stroot, and about 
tho samo time the vorandah also catching firo 
tho fate of the block scomed to be sealed, 
By dint of tho greatest oxortions, how- 
over, the building, although on 
firo soveral times and in various a 
was saved. Tho loss sustained by 
Mosara, Sanford & Co,, consisted mainly in 
tho immense injury to their stock by wator, 
smoke, &e, The Merchants’ bank, which oc- 
cupied the corner of the block, will also be a 
losor in the matter of furniture, aud Mossrs. 
J, MoPhorson & Co., wholesale boot and shoo 
dealors, adjoining Messrs. Sanford & Co., will 
havo likewiso suffered from its removal of 
goods, The fire as if onragod at being cheok- 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1879, 


| 
he Consolidated Bank. | 


(Condensed from the Montreal Star, ) 


This bank, which bas suspended specie 
paymont, though only incorporated throo 
yoars ago, has novertholess a moro oxtended 
History. Tt wis an amalgamation of the old 
City Bank of Montreal, a time-hunored inati- 
tution, and the Royal Canadian, » Toronto 
bank much more recent date, having a 
number of branchos or agencics throughout 
tho Provinoo of Ontario, and, provious to tho 
amalgamation, a branch office in Montreal. 

Tho stook of the suspended bank is spread 
from one end of the Dominion to the othor, 
and is also held in England, Sootland, Ire- 
land, Nowfonndland, Franco, and even 4 fow 
shares in India, ‘Tho total number of sharo- 
holdors, according to the list published on the 
10th May last, was about Ono 
dred and six persons hold 2, shares, repro- 
sonting $292,500, as trastoos, or in trast for 
othors, as minor children, charitable and 
other socioties, Seventeen hundred and 
forty-two sharos were held by 75 executors of 
estates, ‘Three hundred and seventy-six 
shareholders are women, the great majority 
of whom aro widows or unmarried, Forty- 
ono clorgymon hold shares to tho oxtont of 
$53,700, or an average of $1,066 each. The 
Church of Scotland is down for $8,800. The 
Tomporalities Board for $1,700, James Croil, 
Treasurer Widows’ Fund $5,000, and the 
Preabytorian Church for $29,600. * 

Tho wido sproad distros which will on- 
suo from this unfortunate affair, it is not 
easy to caloulate. Already wo hear of wid- 
ows and orphans, whose little all is invest- 
ed in the shares of the bank, and who are 
destined to fool tho pinchings of poverty 
in consequence. It is the opinion of the 
present management of the bank however, 
that the distress caused willbe much less 
than if tho bank had suddenly suspended 
some two months ago, as many agencies 
havo boon disposed of, and tho liabilities 
thus matorially lesfened. The following 
statomont has been furnished as showing 
this: 

Deposits, 8th June, 1879. 
Doposits, 20th July, 1879, 


4 


$1,741,984.69 
» 120,000.00 


.$1,861,984.69 

The present directors are Sir Francis 

Hincks, President; R. J. Rookie, Vice- 

President ; John Rankin, W, W. Ogilvio, 

Androw Robertson, Alex. Saunders and 
John Grant. 


(From the Witness.) 


Thoro wero not mony people nor was 
thore much stir in the bank this forenoon 
when a Witness reporter Jropped in. In an 
interview with Mr, Campbell,the Manager, 
he stated that the amount of deposits held 


Circulation reduced about. 


ing whilst | ed in its casterly caroor, now proceeded south- 
posing tho duty, on the long price, ward along the east sido of John streot, and 
speodily had a hold upon Dixon Bros.’ fruit 
and fireworks estalishment, which from tho 
very nature of ita contents it is unnovcesary 
to aay literally wont liko wildfire, Tho scone 
here, as the various rockets, &c., exploded, 
and in some instances shot into tho street, 
was grand in the oxtromo, and yet undor tho 
jreumstances as terriblo as ono could well, 
imagitio, Fortunately a lance stopped tho 
progress of the flames in this direction also, 
cand thence forward the fire was gradually 


at the samo timo wo can deal with the 
Spanish possessions on terms a little more 
favorable than we can with the Now York 
sugar adultorators, 

Tho Globe returns to tho subject in 
its issuo of tho Ist. inst., and makes some 
injudicious and at the samo impertinent 
and entirely unwarranted remarks with ro- 


ference to the course which this journal has Eeghinaedeelt ctecleg anda ep eeiccighe 
taken in opposition to iton this subject. | but few indications were visible of tho 
_ It accuses us of being the special organ of | fearful calamity that had overtaken tho city. 


i i i 1 tho fi kf 
the ‘sugar refining monopolists, Who ar | Poe ae oa ee etal ia the BALE 


** said to hate tho sugar importers of Hali- | Church (colored), on Robecea street, being 
fax,” and concludes with the contemptible | burned to the ground, Similar pares set fire 
0 


os . also to the roofs of Larkin Hall, John street ; 
jinsinuation : ‘Is there nota good-sized My Bawea\ residences Catherine atrest yiand 


Ethopian in tho wood-pilo?” Our con-| various other buildings, but tho flames 
temporary is evidently angry becavse of | wero in each instance extinguished. So 


m ' ~ +, | far as can bo ascortained at present, the 
tho Inshing he has received ; henco his following are the amounts for which the vari- 


silly fuming is partially excusable. But | jous sufferers are insured :—Mossrs. Sanford 
this we do say, that we know of no sugar | & Co., on building, $11,500 in tho Royal, and 


rofining monopolists in anada ; that tho| Si oog, “phasis of esokiony 10,000; 


business is not likely to bo such ; that our] Lancashiro, $10,000; Western, $5 

~ truth and the public intesoat. which arg | QUO: Hartford, $8,000; Merchants’, $5,000 ; 
for truth and the public intorost, which aro | Tmporial, $12,600 ; Scottish Commercial, $10,- 
both largely concerned in this matter ;"and | 000 ; Canada Fire and Marino $10,000 ; Liver- 
finally that its concluding insinuation is 1, London, and Globe, $14,000; Phanix, 


3 ngland, $10,000 ; Guardian,$10,000 ; Queen’s, 
boneath contempt and wo shall treat it as $5,000 ; London, $5,000 ; Dominion, $5,000. 
such, as we do those concerning the Hon, | It is also understood that tho Guardian and 


Mr. Bowell contained in tho same dirty | “Etna took each $5,000 risk on Sanford’s this 
offusion, If the Globe cannot intelligently | *ternoon, | The loss of this firm is fully cov~ 
discuss matters of public interost—if it fools | the extent of about $250,000, $85,000 on tho 


itself worsted in the contest into which it has } building and the balance on stock, an amount, 


however, which will not, it is understood, ap- 
drawn us—let it acta manly part and re- proximate by many thousands tho loss 1 


tire honorably, inatead of trying to covor its | tained. 
retreat, Chineso fashion, by a liberal use of 
literary stink-pots, 


The Death of Bishop O’Brien. 


The avnouncemont of the sudden death of 

the Right Rev. John O’Brien, R, C, Bishop of 
Kingston, caused a deop gloom amongst 
Roman Catholics here, and to some extent 
amongst Protestants as well, as the deceased 
gentleman was much respected by all classes 
and creeds. The following telegram from 
Quebeo on the Ist gives particulara of tho 
molancholy event :—‘‘ Mgr. O'Brien, Bishop 
of Kingston, arrived jn town yestorday on his 
way to the Saguenay in soarch of bealth and 
retirement for a time from the arduous labors 
of his dioceso, The Right Rev, gentleman 
was accompanied by Rey. Fathers Brown and 
Lynch, and registered at the St. Louis Hotel 
here yesterday afternoon, Ho had aseat on 
the floor of the House and apparently took a 
deop interest in the debates. Whon he wish- 
ed his friends good night he appeared in his 
usual good spirits, and expressed a wish to 
attend the admivistration of the Blessed Sao, 
rament at an early hour this morning. Shortly 
after six o’clook this morning the night 
watchman of tho hotel, in making his rounds, 
knocked at the Right Rev, prelate’s door, but 
received no answer, Aftera short time tho 
Bishop's travelling companions tried to 
effect an entrance with the samo result, then 
becoming alarmed had the door forced, whon 
to their horror they found Bishop O'Brion 
strotched upon his hands and face on tho floor 
Soscnsible, bat still breathing. Hon, Dr 
Church, who waa lodging at tho hotel, and 
Dr. Russell wore at once summoned, but all 
their efforts woro unavailing, as in about half 
an our the Bishop breathed hin last, at 7 
o'clock, without uttoring a singlo word. An 
inquost was held at once by the Coroner, Dr, 
Belleau, and a verdict of death from Apoploxy 
returnod, 

“Tho remains of the late Rishop O’Brien 

wero embalmed this morning, and a solemn 
mass was celebrated for the ropone of the soul 
of the departed prolate, after which the body 
“was conveyed to the North Shore Railway 
station, tho hearse being followed by the 
principal officers of the Quebec diocese, and 
thoro put on board the train for tho west,’ 

The deceased prelate was born in Lough. 
bore, twelvo miles from Kingston, aod was 
about 1 years of ago. 

Onicket.—Tho Canada Cricket Team to 
play against the Amoricans has beon soloct- 
Nad follows: From Hamilton, Mosars. 

; Ferrio, B. CO. Simmonds / 

ves . from Orillia, Mr, Reaiteoeet ie 

. D pple. Rea ; from Ottawn, the Rev, 


54 slips ; from Montreal, Menara, J, 
9. Bullgloy sf E. H. Govgh; from Hali- 
fax, E, Koarny,  Tii9 American toa will 


bo aclooted jaltin,¢ entirely from Phila. 


Tux Farcure 1x Toronto.—‘'Tho Globe 
says;—The failure of the Consolidated Bank 
does not seem to havo been felt in business 
circles in Toronto at all, Brokers wero 
offering to purchaso the banks bills at 76 


cents, and in the stores they were taken at 
90 cents,” 


Dominion Exurnrtion.—The Dominion 
exhibition prize list has been translated in- 
to French and will shortly bo distributed 
thrqugh tho Provinge of Quobec, Evory- 
thing promises an oxcellent oxhibition. 
Tho people in the Ottawa district are pre- 
paring to make a better display than they 
have eyer mado before, 


Epvcarionat Socrery.—At tho meeting 
of the Ontario Education Society at Ottawa 
yesterday, the following officers were elect- 
od :—T. M. Slack, B. A., I P.S, Lanark, 
Prosident ; A. Smirlo, lst Vico-President ; 
W. Summorly, 2nd do.; D. D, Keonan, 3rd 
do,; Mr. Mitchell, B, A., Corresponding 
Secrotary ; Mr. Orr, Treasuror ; Directors, 
Messrs. McGregor, Kiddle, Dawson, Stecle 
and Oochrane. The next meeting will be 
held at Perth. 


Oanava Pactric Rattway.—A telegram 
from Ottawa on tho 1st says ;—‘‘Manning, 
Macdonald & Co., contractors for Section 
A, Canada Pacific Roilway, have bought 
out the interest of Fraser, Pitblado & 
Grant, contractors for Section B and have 
therefore the building of the wholo 163 
miles of the Intermediate Jink. It is said 
that about one hundred tenders wore put 
in to-day for tho nection of tho Pacifio 
Railway west of Winnipeg.” 


Exronr 10 Enouann.—Mr. Jackson 
Roid, of thin villago, on Wednesday last dos- 
patched a scow lond of sheep foritho English 
market, saya tho Bobcaygoon Independent, 
Thero wore about a hundred fino animals, 
all in firat class condition, chiefly Cotswolds 
and Leicontors. This is the first exportation 
| of shoop from this neighborhood for tho 

British market, and it promiaés to havo a 
marked influence in tho promotion of shoop 
raining throughout the entiro district, Mr, 
Reid is atill buying for exportation, 


Customs receipta at Montreal for July 


year, 
of $45,298.87, caused by paymont of duen 


carly in tho season to evade the incroaso in the 
tariff, 


A telegram from the Magdalen Islands 
states that tho barque Perseverance, of Shields, 
that oleared from Quoboo on tho 14th July for 
| Sunderland, timbor lat 
stranded there, Crow an 


lon, in waterlogged and 


delphia. 


art of cargo say. 


ed, but the bull and mator oat, 


Woro 857,437.69 in excoss of samo month. last f 
Inland Revonno reooipts show a decline | 


by the bank now on account of the genoral 
public had been reduced to about $700,000, 
while the circulation had been reduced to 
about $650,000, Ho also stated that they 
were taking their own bills for sums due 
the bank, Oheques being presented were 
paid in the bills of the bank. He yolun- 
teered no information about the prospects 
for redenption, but referred to the action 
of the bank in successfully closing out all 
but two or three agencies so that people in 
those parts would not be inconvenienced. 

A few Consolidated Bank bills wore foolish- 

forenoon. 

‘o” as this 
must bo without conscience. A number of 
orders camo in to-day from the West to pur- 
chase the bills at 900, and the fact that 14 
and 14} has been offered for the stock should 
bo proof that as far as public opinion goes, at 
least, tho claims of bill-holders and depositors 
will yery shortly be met, At the close of 
this Afternoon Board of the Rogalar Stock 
Exchange 14} was offered for round amounts 
of Consolidated without inducing sales. 

The Board of Directors of tho Bank met to- 
day, when thequostion ofcall'ng a meeting of 
shareholders to discuss what course should be 
adopted came up. It was decided to call a 
meeting of sharcholdera. The manager this 
afternoon stated to a Witness reporter that 


natihe sostkipsataberrbalvars Bilfse” Yo bo 
pursued by the Bank, A short statement 
was about to be prepared by the Directors to 
show the actual state of the Bank’s affairs, 


News Oondensed. 


—The Hon. Mr, Mowat was in Quebeo 
yootorday, 

—The agricultural prospects of England aro 
brightening. 

—Hon. Mr. Masson left Ottawa last oyven- 
ing on a visit to Terrebone, 

—Hon. Mr. Letellior will leave the official 
residence at Spencerwood this afternoon, 


—Clark’s steam saw mill at Alvinston,Ont., 
was destroyod by fire on July 3lst, Loss 
$4,000 ; no insurance, 

—A load of now wheat was sold on Guelph 
market on tho lst at $1.05 per tushel, being 
the first disposed of thore this season, 

—Tho export of deals from St, John in July 
amounted to 21,700,000 superficial fect. Tho 
port of Chatham shippod 12,200,000 feet of 
deals, 

—Tho arbitratora on the Warwickshire 
miners’ wages dispute have awarded ten per 
cent, reduction, which the workmen tbreaten 
to refuse, 

—The colored residents of St. Catharines 
and Amherstburg celebrated the 45th anni- 
versary of West India omancipation yester- 
day. 

~A shocking case of infanticide is just ro. 
ported from Mechanicaville, a suburb of Ot- 
tawa, A French girl gave birth to a child 
which she is charged with murdering. 

—Tho Protestant side of Saturday's rioters 
wero up at tho Police Court at Ottawa on the 
lst, when all the charges were withdrawn for 
want of evidence, 

—It is learned that tho Queen will be ad- 
vised to allow Lieut. Carey to return to duty, 
as tho authoritics moroly find him guilty of 
indiscretion, 

—Tho Orango Hall and tho Baptist Church 
at Florence, Ont., wero burned on tho lat 
inst. Loss on Hall $1,700; insured for $1,- 
000 ; on Church $3,000 ; insured for $1,500, 

—The Duke of Beaufort and Sir Jobn Rao 
Reed were in Toronto yesterday on their way 
to Niagara Falls, whore thoy will meet Mr, 
Sothern, the comedian, 

—A tologram received at Garden Island 
from tho diver who went to(layton on Thurs- 
day says ho found the steam yacht, and ro- 
covered the bodies of two of the drowned 
Indies on Friday morning, 

—Astho steamor Prince of Wales was 
nearing the wharf at Carillon at 11:35 on tho 
Int, tho fireman, Solomon Gravel, waa caught 
in the machinory and {rightfully mangled, his 
body boing cut almost in two. He died almost 
immediately, 

—Tho alr bath owned by Mr, John Sykes, 
at Oshawa, blow up on the 1 t, while a pationt 
named Dawaon was inside, Tho bath-houso 
was blown to pioces and Dawson carried out 
into tho road badly injured. Mr, Sykow was 
| Just entering the door as it blow up. Hin leg 
was broken, and ho received severe injuries, 

Rov, John Grabam, D. D., of Brighton, 
Eng., while bathing in tho nurl at Capo May 


on tho Ist, ventured out too far, His niece, 
| Miss Beasio Graham, olutched the drowning 
man, and clung to him till nid reached hor, 
| Whon the Dootor was found to be dead ‘The 


| cause of death is aid to be covgoation of the 


hoart, the roault of fright, 


Our Civic Holiday. 


To the Editor of the Intelligencer. 

Mn. Eprron,—As {¢ has not yet been de- 
oided when our civio holiday will take place, 
{ would suggest that it be held on » Monpay, 
as I believe that day would bo mont accopt- 
ablo to a largo majority of our citizens, as thono 
who would like to go and visit their friends 
at a distance could loave on Saturday, and ro- 
turn on Monday night or Tuosday morning 
for business, thus giving thom two full days 


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a dull day, while Thursday is—with tho ex. 
ception of Saturday—our best market day, 
Those who have the matter in hand, I hopo 
will consider this suggestion, and change tho 
day to Monday, 
Yours truly, 


Bellevillo, Aug. 1, 1879. 


POR SALH. 


VACANT LOT for sale,—No. 2, Weat 
side of Yeomans and south side of Wil- 
kins Strecta. Address 
- A. RYAN, 


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Ottawa, Ont, 


Mxciranto, 
Bellville, Aug. 2, 1879. 


The Grand Junction, 


To the Editor of the Intelligencer, 
Mr. Eprror,—Having had the pleasure of 
attending tho pic-nic of the G. T, R. omploy- 
ccs to Campbellford on Saturday last, which 
I may say en passant was conducted in such a 
manner as one would expect from no fine a 
body of mon as those now in tho service of 
that Company, and if inconvenience was ex- 
porienced by any of tho excursionists, it must 
be attributed, not to the want of attention 
on tho part of the conductors, but to tho ox- 
cessive number of persons who ed to en- 
joy the company and seo the country through 
which the Grand Junction Railway passes, 

Tho day was all that could be wished for, 
cool and pleasant. 

Tho Grand Junction Railway, over which 
we passed at a rapid rate on our return, seoms 
to bo well ballasted, as the cara ran remark- 
ably steady for so new a Road, 

Tho Road, which {s to be completed by the 
firat of August, will require a considerable 
amount of work before it will be in proper 
running order for tho carrisgo of passengers 
and froight, 

The fences"are not yet completed, cattle. 
guards will haye to be provided, stations and 
freight sheds to be erected, and other works 
necessary for the proper and economical work- 
ing of the Road to bo furnished. 

It is to be regretted that so many curves 
should have been made ia the Road, Some of 
them could haye been avoided with profit to 
all paition except the contractor, who built it 
by the mile, Tho oxtent of these curves and 
“bends may bo estimated when it is mentioned 


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Enlargements made from any kind of pictures, finished in creyoo, ink, or colors, 


B® Ovn Excerpinery Low Prices wit Continvk UNTIL rontuen Noricr.-“G5 


N. R.—Operating done by onr Mr, D., late of the Notman Studio. 


For Fale ov to Bet, | Great Clearing Bale 
Twenty-five words under this head 26 cena frat | JX FISH & CO's. 


insertion, Each additional insertion 10 cts. 
R SALE, the ht ‘Minnie A.,” 4 ; 
tons jared with all her phe) Remnants of Shirting, 
Odds and Ends of Ties, 
Collars,| Cuffs, &c., &c, 


and gear complete. For terms and other par- 
ticulars apply to Mrs, Addison, Howard St., 
. 6t 
Underclothing, Socks, 
And all kinds of summer goods at greatly 


Yeomans’ 
reduced prices, 
A. E. FISH & CO., 


Shirt Manufacturers & Gents’ 
260 Front Street. 


Just Received, ~ 


‘UX S. 8. “Trent,” from Messrs. Blanken- 
heijm & Nolet, Rotterdam, Holland, 


threo story stone factory, 40 {t x 60 {t., 
Coleman street. Power is supplied by a 
30-horse power steam engine. Apply to IL, 
A. Titomrson, on the premises. 
Kelleville, July 4, 1879, tf 


Aly Let, a Confectionery Shop and Bakery, 
_ fully equipped, situated east end of lower 
bridge, Rent moderate, For particulars ap- 
ply to B. Truaisch, Helvctian Hotel 248tf 


‘0 Let, by the year or month, the premises 
fi lately occupied by the Canadian Bank of 
Commerce, on east side of Front Street, Belle- | 4 consignment of their 
ville, next door to the Glasgow Warehouse, 

Apply to Dexmanx & Norrunor, Barristers, 


Bellevillo. CELEBRATED FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL 


TH. services |GENEVA GIN, 


T° LET, tho whole or a portion of the 
on 


AM instructed by Mrs. George Logan to 


rayel road to the same place. 
C [ sell at her residence, Cedar Strect, West 


Sie om et Nano earguee | eros 

spection will notbe o! jipshod descrip’ 

which allowed tho Bolloville and Stirling por- Tuesday, August 5th, 

tion to be accepted. It is not creditable to} All the H'urniture and Household 
Government Engincors to have bridges passed Effects, 

by thom as sufficient, and condemned after CONSISTING OF 

a few days’ uso, as wasjthe caso with one of | Parlor, Dining Room, Kitchon anit Bedroom 
the bridges on the Road a short timo since, Furniture, Bedding, Bedsteads, Car- 


whon tho G, T. R. Co., who aro working the 
Road, had to suspend traffic to make repairs 
to it necessary for the eafoty of the public, 


T presume we shall soon have excursions to 
Rice Lako, which will bo a pleasant addition 
to our present pic-nic grounds, butthe Road 
will be of little commercial advantago to Belle- 
ville until it gets to Peterborough at least. 
Trusting that that extension will not be long 
dolayed, that the G. T. R. employoes will 
give us their next pleasant excursion over it 
to that flourishing town, and that we may be 
with them to onjoy their company, is the 
wish of many besides 

Your obod't servt. 
4 


Us, WILLS, 
Belleville, Aug., 1, 2879. 


IMPORTANT SALE. 


[7 ILL be sold at Public Auction, on tho 
premises, on 
Saturday, the 16th day of August, 
1879, at 11 o'clock, a. m,, the valuablo prop- 
erty of the late Dr. Lister, on the corner of 


Pipnaclo and Bridge Streets, Belleville. Tho 
same will be sold en bloc, or in Lots, acocord- 


pets, Kitchen Utensils, Cook- 
ing and other Stoves, 
and general 
Uservt Hovusexorp Sunpnies. 
*#@ Sale at 10, a, m. 
R. PURDY, 


Auctioneer, 
Aug. 1. 


Just Received, 


AUREOLINE 


AT THE 


PHARMACY. 
JAMES CLARKE & co. 


su 


IN WOOD, 
AND CRYSTAL BOTTLES, (gold Jabels), 
Which I will sell cheap for cash, wholesale 


and retail. 
WESLEY BULLEN, 
Importer. 
June 17, 1879. 


ICE CREAM. 


4 Pate Choicest in the City, can be had by 
the pint; , or gallon, and sent to 
any part of the dity, and sold as low asat any 
other establishment. 


STRAWBERRIES 


RECEIVED DAILY. 
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples, 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 


IN CONNECTION WITH 
RE-OPENING 
Bridge St. Methodist Church, 


ILL take place on SUNDAYnext, Aug. 

3rd. ‘ial Sermons will be delivered 

AQuES, at 1] o'clock, a, m., and 

Music will be conducted by Prof, Henry 
Wuisu, of Hamilton, 


ON MONDAY EVENING, A 


PEACH FESTIVAL 
Grand Organ Concert 


WILL BE GIVEN. 


Peaches and cream will be served in the 
lectyra reeme al 7 v'cluvh, and At 5:30 the 
musical part of the programme will commence, 


HENRY WHISH - - ORGANIST. 


Tho programme will consist of selections 
from the most celebrated masters, 
Admission to Festival and Concert 35 cents. 


PROCBEDS FORK ORGAN FUND, 


with all the finest Syrupa. 
J. S. CROTHERS. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner, 
Belleville, June 10, 1879. 


DIRECT IMPORTATION 


or 


| FINE BRANDY. 


SODA WATER FOUNTAIN in full blast 


pore 


CHEAP WHITE SHIRTS. 


ing to a plan by Messrs. Evans & Bolger, 
L. 8., which can be seen at the Law ollice of 
Messrs. Robertson & Thomas, isters, 
Belleville. There will bo a reserve bid. 

The premises are suitable for Hotel or build- 
ing Lots, and comprise four Lots on Pinnacle, 
three on Bridge, and three on Church Streets. 

For further jiculars, and terms of salo, 
apply to Alex. Robertson, or Morgan Jellett, 
Trustees of Dr, Lister's estate, 

CHAS. WILKINS, 
Auctioneer, 
Dated at Bolleville, Aug. 2, 1879.  3taw 


LANDS FOR SALE. 


‘HE undersigned offer for sale the follow- 
ing Lands at reasonable rates : 


BELLEVILLE. 

Lots 1, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 
25, 26 and 27 on Plan of Abercrombie Vlace, 
9 and 10 town line, Nj 11 and 13 on north 
side and lot 4 on south side of Wilkins Street, 
on Bull's Block F. G. H., with Stone House 
and 4 wooden Tenements, and 4 wooden build- 
ings on Canifton Road, near Railway Crossing. 
10 east Coleman Street, near Foot Bria 3 5, 
6, 7, 8 and 9 on north side of Campbell Street, 
known as tho Opera House Block ; 5 cast 
John Street ; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 east Victoria 
Stroet ; 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 west of Albert 
Street, in Coleman Ward; 7, 8, 9 and 12 
Tasself Block ; 11, 12 and 14 Booth Block ; 
18 and 19 east side of Wellington Street ; 43 
McDonald's Plan, and 3 and 4 Victoria Plan, 


MADOC. 


40 acres of lot 5, in 2d concession, 


TEURLOW. 
ee 41, 45, 47, 50 and 51 on the Beninger 
ot. 


TUDOR. 
Lota 5, 6, 7, 8, 31, 32, 41 and 42 wost sido 
of Hastings Road ; lots, 6, 7, 25, 26, 27, 28, 
37, 38 and 64 cast sido of Hastings Road, 


LIMBERICEK 
Lots 26 and 27 cast Hastings Road ; 11 in 
tho 13th con., and 12 in tho 16th con, 


WOLLASTON. 
Lots 32 and 33 weat sido of Hastinge Road. 
THOS, WILLS, 
JAMES GLASS, | TPustoce. 
Bellovillo, Aug. 1, 1879. 


MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. 


THE STEAMER TRANSIT 


Will make an Excursion on 
Monday Evening, August 4th, 
leaving her wharf at 8 o’olook, 
Tho Oddfellows’ Band will furnish Musio, 
Tickets, 25cte, 74.3t 


For Sale Cheap 


VALUABLE Building Lota in West Bollo- 
ville, 

Lots 4and 7 Howard Streot, 61 and 60 
Stovenson Street, 68 Woat Victoria Street, 
and lot 1 Went Octavia Street. 

The above aro most desirable lots, well 
situated, and will be sold cheap. 

Fy pr torme and particulars apply to Joroph 

andusen at M, B. Roblin’s office to 

BELL & BELL, 


Vendor's Solicitors, 
Dated 2st July, 1879, d3tw-2y 


Only 75 Cents Each, 


worth far more money, 


CALL AND SEE THEM. 


Glasgow Warehouse, 
CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 


<j fue T Received, a lot of 


New Patterns, 


Very Cheap. 
60c., 65c., and 75c. per yard, 
Please call and seo thom. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


JUST RECEIVING, 


Res Instalments of our 


FALL GOODS. 


- 


As usual, wo aro first in the market, 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


JUST RECHIVHED 


A CONSIGNMENT OF 


CHARLES TURNER'S 


Celebrated 


VARNISHES. 


IARRIAGE MEN will find those Var. 
A nishes to bathe Best Valuo in tho mar- 
ot, 


TURNER'S VARNISHES 


SUSTAIN A 
HIGH POLISH, 


vory durablo,and dries in from 10 to 12 hours, 
In pkgs. : 1 ga, 4 Ra, 


1 qt. 
J. H. HAMBLY, 


GEO, W. STEWART, 
RCHITECT. Office in Ridley’s Blook 
Campbell Stroot, opposite Opera Houso 

Maroh 24, Smdaw 


a, 


STS. 


EXCURSIONI 


JPUzsOENG to visit the beautiful Village 
_ of CAMPBELLFORD during the season, 
will do well to consult 


UR Spring Importation of Fini 
Brandy, direct from Belo 


Messrs. J. & F. MARTELL, 
Cognac, France, 


Mr. T. Blute, Proprietor of the 
. Windsor Hotel, 

as he pi extending the same privili 

to others as he has to thove who pasate ed 

visited him, viz: 

Grovnvs rRovipeD, PLarronm Erecrep 
ror Dancina, anp Music HAL 

in caso of unfavorable weather, free—which 

will accommodate one thousand persons, 

Hotel Accommodations 
second to none in the Province, 


T. BLUTE, 
Proprietor. 
30, 1879, 


is now arriving, in 


CASKS AND CASES. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers AND 
Wixe Menrcuants. 


BEDROOM SETS. 
SEMI-ANNUAL | yo sin, 


SALE. oe 


COLORED BEDROOM SETS, 


ranging in price from $2.75 to $15 cach. These 
COMMENCING on Wednesday tho 16th | are of ‘roah and attractive Mets and excel: 
July, wo will offer for sale the Remnants 


of Summer Stock at groatly reduced pri 
consisting of f ~/ PERE 


Cottons, 

Linens. 

Dress Goods, 

Carpets, 

Oil Cloths, 

Shirtings, 
ke, ko, 


Campbellford dim 


lent quality, 
F. H. ROUS & Oo. 
Bellovillo, July 24, 1879. 


EXCURSION 


PER STEAMER fh. 


fe 


ALEXANDRA, 
(CAPT. SMITH) 


SATURDAY EVENING, AUC. 2ND, 


and overy Saturday Evening until 
further notice, 


Will leavo Bollovillo at 7:30, for a sail around 
tho Bay, roturning to Bellevillo at 10 
o'clock and Trenton at 11:30, 


TICKETS 25 CENTS EACH, 
Parties who desire an afternoon excursion 
can leaye Bellovi! 


Geo. Ritchie & Co, 


July 14, 1879, 


ee ee 
Truthfulness and Fair Deal- 
ing is Our Motto, 


—— 


Ov work recommends iteolf, 


i aS eis Prices aro accoptable thoso hard = 
cents, ol 


od if doalrod. 
47d2m 


MONEY TO LOAN, 


| Posgeee’ Monoy at lowest rates, in sume 
to suit borrowors, 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 


$6 Cabinets are still 83 per doz. 
$3 Extra Cards $1.50 


“ 
Engagomenta will plons 
to pavo confusion, mes ne Ren tae cee 
J A. BROCK & © 
Photogra, 
279 


are, 
i Sr. 


Ofiioe Corpor Rridge and Front Sta Thaw ~ 


¥ 


. " s ¥ t 


TRAVELLERS’ GUIDE, companied tho excursion, Mr. Tolley will] (MOPNIND pra Tfsgaatagiy il Ch Dastlga era tt ta Aarsonstre. leo 
GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE, shortly vialt Dollovilio with the objoot of MORNING DESPATCHES. | tions of the disorders, and to pro SANFORD’S | 


writing up local mattors for the Illustrated. monatration of tho ‘Italia Trnedon 


June 9, 1879, 
@ DING WEST, 


No, 2, Day We press, . 6:15 p.m, 


No, 4, Morning Express. 642 a. m 

No, 8, Mixed. 9:15 a.m, 

Passenger oo f:00 a, m, 

GOING BAST. 

No.1, Toy, Expreas,.. 08 a.m, 
No. 3, Night Nxpress 1140 p, m, 
No. 7) Mixed, 7:15 p.m. 
. Mixed. +. 1:15 p, m. 


EVILLE 
AILWAY, 


Leaves Mailoo. 
Arrive in Belleville, 
Leave Belleville 
Arrive in Madoo, 
Trains are rai 


STAGE ROUTES. 


Stages leave tho principal hotels for the un- | 


dermentioned places at the hours named: 
Fox Sriacivo,—Daily, at 8 a, m,, and 2 p.m. 
For Manoo.—Daily, at 2 p.m. 
. For Bripaxwaren, ‘Cwarp, &0,—Daily, at 
>. oF 
‘on ‘TuRNtoy,—Daily, at 3 p, m. 
For Picroy,—Daily, at 3 p,m. 
‘Tho stages arrive te Belleville about noon 
each day. 


— Local Motices. 


Notices under this 
tion, After siz i 


ead L0cts, a line each inser> 
ions 5 cts, a line, 


auch Homaopathic Remedies for sale by 


Albert 


Holden's Cholera Drops for sale by Albert 
Geen, 


Fowlor's Extract Wild Strawberry, for salo 
by Albert L. Geon. 


Geen, 


Evans’ Celebrated Perfume in bulk, for sale 


by Albert L. Geon. 


Faison’s Electric Belta for salo by Albort 
L. Geen, 


Taxk Notice,—Consolidated Bank Bills 


taken in exchange for Furniture, at Mrnorx’s 
Furniture Store, augl 


Tracu Festivar, Orcax Recrrat, &c., &o, 
—Onr readers will scarcely need be reminded 
of the exceedingly attractive entertainment 
on Monday evening next in the Bridge Street 
Methodist church, To those who aro appre- 
ciative of well rendered musio the announce- 
ment that Mr, Whieh is to; preside at the 
organ will be sufficient inducement to neglect 
all other engagements for the oyening. A 
programme exceptionally rich and attractive 
has been arranged from the most noted mas. 
ters, and with Prof. Whish’s rare oxecution 
no further remark need be added. All cannot 
fail to be delighted with this part of the en- 
tortainment, At a very considerable expense 
and trouble the Committee have, wo beliove, 
secured peaches fully ripe and jn prime con- 
dition, having them brought in from the South, 
Fow will miss so rare n concert, prefaced by 
a Juncheon of luscious peaches and cream,and 


RTH HASTINGS 


this morning en a trip to Picton. 
trip to the Thousand Islands and Brockville. 


tho Islands, 


tisoment, the yacht Minnie A. 
for salo, with canvas and goar complete. 


built, has'n comfortable cabin, and is alto- 
gothor about as comfortable, amart and 
staunch a little oraft of her inches as any 
yachteman could desire to own, 


Exriosion,—A coal oil lamp oxplodod in 
the sitting room of Robert Arkels’ hote! 
last evening, burning tho tablo-cloth and 
partly burning the table on which it stood, 
Some parties who had boen sitting in the 
room near whore the lamp stood, loft a fow 
minutea before the explosion, which was 
well for thom, as serious consequences 
might have resulted. 


\ Sumer Rewepy.—Tho following is 
vouched for as an invaluable compound to 
havo in the house in summor weather ; 
“*Tako equal parts of the tincture of cay- 
ennoe pepper, tincture of opium, tincture of 
rhubarb, essence of peppermint and spirits 
ofcamphor, Mix well. Dose, fifteon to 
twenty drops ina little cold water, accord- 
ing to ago and violence of symptoms, ropeat- 


Yacutino Norrs,—Tho Dauntless sailed 
Tho 
Gracie loft this afternoon on a two weeks’ 


Tho Katie Gray will leave this oyening for 


To nw Soup.—As will be soon by advor- 
is offered 


Tho Minnie is a staunch and very fast little 
craft of 4} tons measurement, is carvol 


Gaxveston, Aug. 2.—A apooial from San 
Antonia says advices from Col, Valdes, at 
Chupedaras de La Fieve, Moxico, state ho has 


pursued the bands of Mosvelaro and Lipan 
+ | Indians which have been raiding that country, 
Thoy carried off 250 horses and killed 15 por- 
f#ons within a week in Mexico and crossed 
into Texas, Theo United States troops are out 
in detachments engaged in scouting. 
New Yor«, Aug. 2,— Washington specials, | 
Tho World says Minister Welch's successor 
at London will not be a moro politician, but 
probably an envoy will be sont capablo of 
managing the delicato and prolonged negotia- 
tions concerning tho fishery question. 
Tho Tribune states that itis now discovered | 
at tho Treasury Dopartment that Congress 
| has appropriated about $33,000,000 more than | 
the Govornmont called for, 
San Antonia, Tex., Aug. 2.—The reports 
of cholera prevailing in Monterey, Moxico, 
with adeath rate of 100 per day, is causing 
uneasiness hore, Small-pox prevails here now, 
It was was brought from Moxico, and it was 
impossible to quarantine it, There aro sixteen 
cases of small pox here now, but no deaths 
within a week, 
Cuancorre, N. C,, Aug. 1.—Alex. Brad. 
fell (white), and Tom Rosoboro (colored), son- 
tonced to be executed on Aug. 8th at Statos- 
ville for burglary, have been respited by Gov, 
Jarvis until 19th September. 
Crxciyyati, O,, Adg. 2.—Information from 
tho iron districts of the West and South os- 
tablishes the fact that a marked improvement 
has taken place in the iron trade in tho past 
sixty days, Tho iron merchants, furnace 
men and manufacturors, without exception, 


: RADICAL CURE 


For 4\ 


CATARRH 


| Clears the Head, Renders the | 
Breathing Easy and Breath 
Sweet, 


Panis, Aug. 2.—The Council General of tho 
| Dopartmout of the Seino urges the Govern: 
mieut to inquire into tho practicability of mak- 


ing a fresh tunnel in tho Siroploon pasa, 

| Sanarooa, August 1.—Woather and track 
| irst race, milo dash, won by Bramble 
| (favorite); Oriole Zod; Gabrille 3rd, Timo 
Lid4j. Second race, five furlongs, won by 
Lucy George ; Luke Blackburn 2nd ; Giroblo | 


good. 


3rd. Timo 1:043.” 

Gunxva, Aug. 2.—It is stated that tho SENSE OF BMELL AND TASTE RECOVERED, 
Emperor Francis Jotoph and tho Austrian | 1 fer), compelled to acknowledge to you the 
Governmont approve of tho scheme for con.| been tome. For ten years There hoo ony as 
necting the Austrian and Swiss railways by ‘had Ee loathson 
tnonoling Mount Arlberg, ia the Rhotian | {9 winter time hing 
Alps. Austrian engineers aro studying the | foul odor so bar 
plana of St. Gothard tunnel as an aid to this, | With otliers was very offe : Y 

Curcaco, August 2.—Wr. Fitzpatrick and | Rimndaureompennd the, uke of Saxvontn 
Edward Ryan, dock hands, last night, while My senacs of taste and smell, which were wholly | 
engaged in a fight ina building just over the | Feaith is much improve nt MY weneral | 


river, were precipitated over the railing into 


the river and both wore drowned. 
——_———_—_ 


Yours, Metuovunne H. Fonp, 


‘ Shorthand Writer, 
Guaxpd Rarins, Micu., No. 3, 1367, 


10 YEARS A SUFFERER. 


YROM HON, THEO. P. BOGART, 


No Avcouor,—Boarine is prepared with- 
out the use of alcohol or any other Hair 
kiiling ingredient. It preserves the hair 
and will be found the most dolightfull Hair 
Dressing in the market. 

Joun Porrer, of Ripley, Ohio, writos:- 
T have given tho Pain Killor to Horses for 


ing thoroughly convinced of the efficacy 
"8 Rapioan Cone yor Carannn, I 

you a line to say that al 

eptical of all the nostrums 
advertised as “rn cure, have never found 
anything that promises such relief and ultimate 


FAMIIONABLE Ti 


$10 to $16, 


opened out to-day, 


Colic, and found it is the best remedy I 
ever tried. It gives them easo quicker 
than any other remedy I over used, I give 
for a douse half of a 2b-cent bottle, put in a 
pint bottle of warm water, and drench 


cure as that of SANDroRD's. 

Thave been afflicted with this dreadful discase 
for more than ten years, and not until recently 
could I be induced to persevere with any until 
read the letter of Mr. Henry Wells (of Wells, 


them with it. I havo always cured the | Fargo & Co.) and can Pubtaly my that after 
See ee: using five or six bottles’ I am. thoroughly ‘con: 
vinced of its curative 


ropertics. Hoping that 
othors similarly afflicted like myself will be in- 
duced to make tho trial, 


Inorrient Consumrrion.—In bronchial 
and otherchost atlections, in arresting inci- 


ed every fifteen or twonty minutés until 
relief is obtained.” 


tell of a healthful advance in the prico anda 
groat increase in orders, Furnaces that had 

= . laid idle for years aro boing put in blast, Rol- 
Ay Omisston, —The Toronto Globe notes ling mills aro rapning night and day in some 


the fact that wo object, on behalf of the | localities, 

yacht owners of Bellovillo and Kingston, to| Wroxxsnanre, Pa, Aug. 2,—Tho almost 
the alteration in the Royal Canadian Yacht | unanimous opinion among coal operators hore 
Club’s rule, which excludes them from par- | is, that suspension, at least for a month, 
ticipating in the second class raco at Tor-| should bo prossod. It is said that dealors, in 
onto and handicaps them by permitting the | anticipation of a riso in prices, have gorged 
shifting of ballast, It omits, however, to | themselves at low figures. It is stated that 
state that nearly all the ten ton craft own- | the sprenee ure in sea Rule of coal at tho 
ed in Belleville and Kingston wero built | Teeemt auction salo was fictitious. —” here are 
undor the rule which wan based by the So alles of loadest cara between Wilkesbarre 
R.C.Y.0, last year, ‘Uhis isan important anc Newtek re 
omission, Will the Globe please supply it] | ATANTA, Ga, Aug. 2.—It was definitely 


pient consumption, and in lessening the 
distressing symptoms of this disonso in ita 
hopeless stages, as well as in cases of nor- 
yous debility in giving tone to the system, 
it is undoubtedly a valuable remody. -John 
McMurray, Methodist Minister, Nowport, 
WEATHER KEPORTS, 

Tonrorto, August 2.—Probabilities for the 
next twenty-four hours: For the Lakes and 
St. Lawrence, fresh to brisk south-west to 
north-west winds, partly cloudy weathor, 
with local thunder storms, followed to-mor- 
row by cooler, 

Wasurxetox, August 2, — Indications : 
Lower Lake region, to-day warmer, partly 
cloudy, with local rains, 


way ini decided to-day to impeach Comptroller Gen- 
Bod givelita opinionignithe mates! eral Goldamith. ‘There are said to bo thirtoon 


OppretrowsHir.—Tho annual meeting | articles of impeachment, involving the manage- 
of the Oddfellows’ Relief Association of | ment of the wild lands of the state. Specu- 
Canada, was hold at the Odd Fellows’ Hall, | !8tors by tho oxpenso of a fow thousand dol- 
Princess Street, Kingston, on the 30th ult. lars have got possession of several -hundred 
From the reports prosonted the Association Hhongsd pene 5 

is in a first class position. Four deaths oc- San Antoni, Tox., Aug. 1.—Cattlo in the 


west and south-west are dying by hundreds of 
curred last yoar,and bonefits to the amount thirst, Stockmen aro selling their stock at 


of $4,125 were paid. The retiring Direc-| 1 atovor price they can get. 


tors, Dr. Fowler, S. Oberndoffer, and A. 
Macalister, were unanimously re-elected. 


Special Notice. 


Prescription Free 
For tho speody Cure of Seminal Weaknoss, 
Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on 
by indiscretion or excess. Any Druggist has 
tho ingredionts. Address 
DAVIDSON & Co., 
26y * 78 Nagwa St., Now York. 


A OARD, 
To all who are suffering from the errors and 


indiscretions of youth, noryous weakness, 


New Yor, Aug, 2.—A company of capi- | early decay, loss of manhood, &o., I will sond 


talists have purchased a large tract of land at 


a recipe 


that will cure you, FREE JF 


Tam, gentlemen, very truly, ete., 
Treo, P. Boornr. 
Bristor, R, I, July 24, 1877. 
Price, with Improved Inhaler, Treatise, and 
Directions, $1. Sold by Drugyists, 


~ COLLINS 
VOLTAIC (223 ELECTRIC 
PLASTER® 


Electricity and Mealing Balsams, 
Vitalizing, Strengthening 
and Healing. 

Weary sufferer from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 
Local Pains, Weale Spine, Weak and Sore Lungs, 
Coughs and Colds, Weak Back, Weak Kidneys, 
Nervous Affections, Weak Stomach and Bowels, 
Dyspepsia, Heart Affections, Enlarged Spleen, 
Fomale Weakness, Shooting Pains through the 
Loins and Back, Lack of Strength and Activity, 
Spasms or Fits and Nervous Muscular an 
Spinal Affections, try these Plastera, 

They will do you more good than all the lini- 
ments, lotions, plasters, nostrums, electrical 
belts, pads and other high-priced contrivances in 
the world, Placed over the pit of the Stomach 


Boys’ Linen Coats, 50c. Do. BPk and Gray Lustro Coats, $1.00. 
Overalls at 50c. 


they prevent and cure Ague !l’ains, Bilious Colic 
Liver Complaints, and vitalize, strengthen, an 
protect the system from a thonsand ills. ‘Thou- 
sands of living witnesses attest their value, 


PRICE 26 CENTS. 


LORING. 


to order those magnificent fino Navy Blue Serge Suits from 


—9 —__. 


We aro making up 


#4 largo ansortmont of Dress Shirts, Fancy Ties, 
Very Ciav, Call and seo them, 


B. McCREADY & SON 


Silk Squares, and Linen Collars 


~BARTMAN & SINTZEL'S 


PRICE LiST FOR 
Osepleincs AID AUGUS'L. 
Every Article in Stock Reduced in Price: 


Men's Oanapian Tween Surra g 7, 
« Aut Woo. ee mor pees 
"s Exrnas Fine Enouisu Surrs f . 


75 “ 
Woxstep Surrs : io We 
Exotian Woxsrep Svrra 910 “ 4075 
Exrna I : 11.00 “ 12.50 
Men's Tween Paxts . C 150 « 2.00 
“Aut Woor Woneixe Pants 175 6 2.25 
Fixe Duress Pants F 2,00 * 2.50 
Fen y ie 20 ‘* 3.50 


Exraa Finu Faexcn Parrenn 3 % 5 A 325 
We havo also a large stock of Summer Clothing that must be sold out before the 


1st September, in order to make room for our Fall stock. 


Men's Lustre Coats, 60c Men's Linen Coats, 80c. Men's White Vests, 750. 
Boys’ and Youths'[Department, 
Boys’ Twood Suits, $2.00, Do. Figured Linen Suits, 70c. Do. extra quality, $1.88. 


300 pra. brown duck 
250 prs. extra heavy figured at 90c, : ae 


Furnishing Department, 


White Dress Shirts, 75c, Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do, 3 ply Fronts, $1.25. 20 


doz. Cambric Shirts at $1.25, with Collars attached in the latest patterns. 200 Rubber 
Coats at 50c. : 


Remember Tur Prace, 


BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 


rroarre ANGLO-AMEnICAN Hore. 


GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING 


TO ORDER. 


ye: you would study your health, cmfort, and general appearance, leaye your order and 


measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest style, at 


FOSTEHR & REID'S. 
New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


FOSTER & REID, 


ImrorTers 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, 


NE 


flanked by other scarcely less seasonable and 


tempting edibles. Don't mies it. it CHARGE. This great remedy was discover- 


scr a missionary in South America. Send 
a self- to the Rev, Joszrx 


Be careful to obtain Cottiws’ Voutaio Exzc- 
TRIO PLasten, a combination of wonderful cura- 
tive value, fold by all druggists. 7 


Mr. John G, Moore, who was present on | Lookaway, and propose to lay out the whole re 


behalf of a number of the subscribers in | as a park, and ecroct large, handsome hotels. 


‘Sabbath Services To-morrow, 


METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA, 
BRIDGE STREET CHURCH. 
Strangers welcomed and conducted to seata.— 
Sabbath, August Srd—11 a. m. and 7 p. m., Rev, 
bs Taques. 


Belleville, was elected one of the non-resi- 
dent directors, to serve fora term of three 
years, 


Cricker.—The return match between 
the Bachelors and the Benedicts of the 
Belleville Oricket Club, played yesterday 


° 


BELLEVILLE, SATURDAY, AUG. 2. 
Se ee ee 
City and Vicinity. 
Poxtck.—There wore three arreats last 
night and one tramp was accommodated 

with lodgings. 
Surrmenr or Cueese.—Another thip- 
ment of cheese, consisting of two cars, is 


taking place to-day per Grand Tronk Rail- 
way for Europe. 


Accipent.—At Harris & Walton’s sash | grain, had a quarrel with Henry Tregenzie, | increasing. 


and door factory,at 11 o’clock this morning 
John Finn lost three of his fingers while 
working at the shaper. 


afternoon, resulted in favor of the former, 
thus rendering a third game necessary to 
decide the question of superiority. Some 
good play was shown on both sides, a 
principal feature of which was the excellent 
score of 13 made by Mr. Starling, who 
proved that, although long retired from 
active participation in match games, his 
“veteran arm is fall of might.” Such 
games do good by keeping the members in 
practice in match playing—practice of 
which they seldom haye suflicient to do 
themselves justice. 


Murderous Assault. 


Yesterday afternoon, Mr, Abel R. Gilbert, 
who wasthreshing out Mr, KetchanGraham’s 


which did not amount to anything. Inthe 
evening, Treganzio was walking along qui- 
etly with Gilbert on the highway towards 
his heuse, when suddenly he attacked Gil- 


addres mapeorels 
Railroads will connect it with Now York, so | T. Inatan, Si nD, 


it can be reached in half an hour, David 
Moffatt, of Deuver, contributes $1,000,000, 
$2,500,000 has been devoted to purchase the 
land and make the improvements, 

New Haven, Aug 2.—During the absence 
on Wodnesday of Rev. Adirondack Murray 
from his stock farm, Guilford, 20 miles djs. 
tant, the sheriff levied on what property he 
could find to satisfy judgment on a note and 
check for $1,250, that Murray recently dis- 
honored, $40,000 of Murray’s stock in the 
Boston Buckboard Waggon Company has also 
beon attacked. It is stated that Murray 
lost much money recently and his affoirs is 
very much jnvolved. 

Lixwoop, Md., Aug. 2.—Atacamp meet- 
ing hore yesterday, Hanso Penn, aged 71, 
while giving his christian oxperionco, dropped 
down and expired. 

Memruts, Aug. 2.—Much alarm is felt here 
at the prospects of disturbances arising from 
the stand taken by tho negroes. Tho minuto 
men are now thoroughly organizedand number 


200. The Howard’s haye $20,000 on hand, 
and expenses are about $250 a day, but da'ly 


AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. 


Lonpon, Aug. 1—A private telegram 


‘ew York City, ly 


Commercial. 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTED AT 
THE EXCHANGE OFFICE OF 
U, E, THOMPSON, 


VINEGAR! 


VINEGAR! 


ROSS & DAVIES 


BRLLEvILLE, August 2. 
Greonbacks buying at... 
is nolling at... 
American Silver buying at 
British Silver buying at........95 
Stirling Exchange, 83. 
Gold opened at 100; olosed at 100, 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


— Ht in stock and offer for sale : 
INTRULIGENCER OFF 08, 

Bolleville, Aug. 2, 1879, { F = 
Wueat—00. English Malt Vinegar, 
ake one 
Outs—40 ets, Crystal Pickling do. 

‘BAS—5O00, 


Pp. 

Moiror—6o to 7c per pound, 
Hams—7o, to 90. 

Borrer—Roll, 100to 150, 
Borrer—Tub, nominally 80 to 1lo, 
Onexszx—7@90. 

Eaas—Qo, to 12c. por dozen. 
Hipes—Rough $4 to $5; Inspected $6.00, 
Snenrsx1ns (shearlings)—35c. : 
Deakins—50o. 

Woor—200 per lb, 

Lanp—8e to 100, 

Tactow—Rough, 4o, 


White Wine do. 
Cider do. 


R, & D, have also in stock— 
Ginger Ale, 
Seltzer Water, 


THE GRYSTAL SARATOGA 
TRUNKS AND BAGS. 7 


Received To-Day, July 24th, ~ 


BY 


HAINES & LOCKETT, 


“City. Boot Store,” Belleville. 
THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA, 
THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
THE EMPRESS TRUNK, 
THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN, 
THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 


SEE OUR STUCK FOR THE BEST EOLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS GOODS. 
All the Low Price Lines on hand. 


D0 
YOU 
WANT 
A 
TRUNK? 


Rernsornator Cans. — We believe tho bert, by striking him over the head with an 
Grand Trank Railway Company have | iron bolt 20 inches in length, and about an 
placed upon their upg eres LENE ET inch in thickness. He continued beating | stan, ‘The 10th Hussars lost 40 men in 
cars for the carriage of lager beer. him with it, until Dr. Coleman, who heard | ono day, and tho 17th Foot 195 men, by tho 
Tun W. P. McMullen, of | the cry of ‘‘ murder,” or ‘help,’ camo to | epidemic, 
Prince Edward County, left at this office] Mr. Gilbert's assistance. Troganzio wag | g*Loxpox, August 2.—Tho miners of War, 
to-day, somo California oats, measuring | secured, and a messenger sent to the city | wickshire at 4 mass mecting have declared 


‘Tattow—Rondered, 5, 
Canpace—5ve to 600 per doz, 
Porators—$1.00 per bag. 
FLrour—Wholesale, $4.75 por bbl. 
fr ov a—Retail, 35.25 per bbl. 
Hay—85 to 87 per ton, 
CitckeNs—3060 to 50c por pair, 
DucKs—45 to 60c per pair. 
Guxsz—35 to 50c. 

Turkevs—iVeo to $1.00, 


WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES 


16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 


BELLEVILLE BRANCH, 


states that cholera is raging fearfully among 
the troops returning to India from Afghan- 


Soda Water, 
Lager Beer, in Kegs, 
Bottled Ale, 


in Quarts and Pints (very fine). 


ee 


ALSO, 


ft, 7 inches in height. He says he hasa for officers to arrest him. Sergt. McUrud- 


the county has been cleaned out of the old 


15 acres all of the same height. den and Constable Downs went out at 11 
a o'clock last night, and brought the prisoner 


in. 

The prisoner was brought up in the Po- 
lice Court to-day before the Police Magis- 
trate and Dr. Coleman, J. P. Mr. Gil- 
bert, whose head showed tho marks of a 
number of sevore cuts, appeared and testi- 
fied to the above facts, and the prisoner was 
remanded till Tuesday. 


Seasonable Topics. 


Hors.- The Picton Gazette says :— 
‘Hops have taken an upward tendency and 


stock of this article, in tho last weck. 
Poor prospects of a good crop in the old 
country is the cause.”” S 


Tue Kixcanprxz.—In consequence of 
tho steamer Kincardine making a trip to 
Toronto last week sho was unable to make 

her regular trip from here, but in future 
will run as advertised, leaving here every 
Monday morning at 9 o’clock. 


Exrension or Busrvess.—Mon are st 
presont engaged in the work of erecting a 
stone wall along the river, in the rear of 
E. Borrell’s axe factory office. Wo boliove 
it is tho intention to erect a new temper- 
ing shop on the site which will thus be 

secured. 


Tnr Susrexpep Banx.—There was 8 | don't object to being over-rated—except by 
good deal of excitement to-day amongst | assessors. 


Keep down the weeds on your premises 
and provent their seeding and consequent 
spread next season. 

The moonlight nights are profitable to 
tho owners of boat liveries. Nota boat 
could be hired after 8 o’clock last night. 

Tho market was largely attended and 
fully supplied this morning, despite the 

fact that harvesting is going on generally. 


that the award of the umpire in the dispute 
between themselyes and the masters means 
starvation. * 

Vienwa, Aug. 2.—A telogram from Athens, 
dated 30th July, states that in consequence 
of the threatening movements of the Turks, a 
large number of new rifles has been distribut- 
ed among the Greek troops, and six batteries 
of artillery completely equipped. 

Crxetswati, Aug. 2.—Last night Mrs, Jno- 
Howe, wife of a prominent business man 
Cincinnati, and seryant Anna Brown, fell 
through the floor into the vault at the resi- 
dence, in Covington, Both were suffocated. 
Mr. Howe attempted to rescue and was taken 
out insonsiblo, but resuscitated. 

Loxpow, Aug. 2,—In the House of Com- 
mons to-day, the Chancellor of the Exchequer 
ridiculed the statement of the Paris Moniteur, 
that England had been helping the Sultan of 
Morocco to prepare for a conflict with Spain, 
Wilbur F, Raymond, tho absconding agent 
of Rumaoy & Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y., charged 
with committing forgeries upon that firm, has 


MONTREAL MARKET. 
MonTReAL, Aug. ?.—Flour, receipts 1,828 
bris. ; no sales reported; market quiet and 
steady ; prices unchanged. ‘Quotations ; Su- 


Sugar Cured Hams, 
Breaktast Bacon. 


perior extra Beare $5.25; Sry Dried Beef. 

f 4.97 to$5.00; spring extra to - 

ric halts $4.60 to $70; strong bak- | The ceebrated Hlectric Soap also for 
ers $5.15 to $5.25; fino, $4.10 to $4.20 ; | salo. 


middlings $3 35 to $3.50; pollards $2.90 to 
$3.10; Ontario bags $2.40 to $2.45; city 
do, $2.55 delivered. 

Groin: wheat nominal; Oats, 340 to 350 ; 
peas, 79 to 800 ; eet barley, 600; Coro 
meal, $2.50 to $2.60 per brl. 

Pot ashes, $3.50 to $3.65 per 100 lbs. 

Provisions dull. 


NEW YORK PRUDUCE MARKET. 


New Yor, August 2. 

Cotton quiet ; 118 

Flour in buyers favor; receipts 13,000 
bris.; sales 9,000 ; $4.40 to $4.65 com. choice 
ex state ; $4.40 to $4.75 com. choice ox wsn ; 
$4.50 to $5.00 ch ox RHO. 

Ryo flour quiet ; sales 200, unohanged. 

Wheat—apring dull nominal; winter 4 to 


ROSS & DAVIES, 


Fanity Grocers, &c., 
Cornor Front and Bridge Sts. 
Bellovillo, May 30, 1879. 


<_ o 


es 


A philosopher has discovered that men | beon discharged. His employers decline pro+ 
ceeding with the charge, Raymond is con- 


sumptive and cannot live many months, and 


1 lower, active ; receipts 236,000 ; sales 240,- 
000 ; No. 1 white Aug. $1.12. 
Rye firm ; state 69, 


Corn firm ; receipts 56,000 bus.; sales 140,- 


E 


a al 

XCURSIONS. 
RANSIT will make a tri 

HE Steamer TNT the Bay EVERY 


ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, Front Street. 
COODS ‘SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. 


The Only Business in Canada conducted on the same principle. 


Over $200,000 worth of Boots and Shoes so supplied last year. 


HE groat loss annually sustained by selling to Dealors, firat lod to our establishing of 
T Branch Storos, where hs could supply diroot to the people for cash, all the goods wo 
Thus giving to tho people the Bypas loss aoe Aiiprapmen ti 

the more forcibly impress Se reo no 


could manufacture 
to ourselves the annual los. We wero 


Hoap Easte: dw shoddy goods wore being palmod off y ° 
ARC at areal uso no shoddy or inferior material of an; ae 
and can and do supply goods of the best quality 25 per cent, less than they can ug) 


elsowhere. 


Everything Marked in Plain Figures. 


ONLY ONE PRICE. 


CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 


Our arrangemonta are now comploto in this dopartmont, and wo can make to measure 
prom) tly cither Gontlomen’s, Tadied or Children’s goods, in the latest styles, at little over 
ATE © prico usually chargod, : 


it i i ; 000, at 43 to 44Jo. t eee pelea 
who had money on deposit in The young man who jerks tho most froth | is anxious to return to. Now York, Barley dall/ pontaall THURSDAY, when not otherwise engaged, BRANCHES: 
vee arog Bank. Some strong talk | into the soda and beer glasses, is tho ono | It in ntated that tho procoedings of the court- Oate 3 ll teoalpta 52,000 bus; alos 23,- | leaving hor wharf rete p. ree rey F & Office S. A. OLIVER, DRLLEVILLE. 
i indul ed in, but in miost cases the | who receives the “ wolldono"’ of tho boss, | martial in Lt, Carey's caso havo boon quashed | 000 at 33 to 6c. ice " ae western and eee Bees calling at the Comotory going actory , k Powt Horr, 
Partiancalmed down after a little ond de-|. Tt i strange that it-wearies a man's loge | informally. Seed, thet or Paks GGae Tho ‘Transit’ will also makes tue t ROBERTSON'’S BLOCK, | tzvew’ 
e ith better hope of recovering their | so much loss to stand in front of a bar than New Youx, Aug. 2.—Arrived, the City &| Lard unchanged: MASSA’ A POINT on MONDAY Sand 16 Front St. East, RAP HES. eet Tee 
parted wit slats it does to stand at a work bench. Montreal from Liverpool, Herman from| Buttor, 600 at 7 tol 7c FRIDAYS, loaving and returning at tho sam: ron . BARU, 
own than before. = , The clergyman who put the contribution | Havre, and tho Weser from Breman, ——eEE=E=EEEEE homes 25ote, Children, accompanied bY) TORONTO BELLEVILLE. CHATHAM,” 
Exconstons.—Tho excursion eer question in this way was somowhat of a cae SoA Anived (fonh,ia,the A G O O D P LA N. their parents, free ag 
in fall awing, scarcely a! day passing parodyist :— fanada. ; oe linet Ae rit bali ti aS Juno 23, 1879, de» eee 
there aro not one or more excursions from | © «104 those now give who never gave bolore, (Oper karencnzey Ani 1 Bic: rl tlab oe omtinlon nave eri pre An aid Operate Valuable Work. EDISON'S FOR SALE, 
the city. ‘This present season of moon- | And those, who hays given much, contribute ail | irom olads havo arrived at Besika Bay. eyes, peppy, dividing profits pro rata alia 7 WLS | rp property of tho Into Dr, Lister, situate 
y- ering largely taken 0A- |* more Mapnyp, Aug. 1.— A powdor magazine at | among aharcholders, according to tho market, e\ nay ong a NI EES roEaP DLA BSORBENT BELT on tho corner of Bridgo and Pinnacle 
‘ light eral dra has an ©x- Pisco sare xeoomaniended Lo wear cabbage | Durango exploded, killing sixteon persons, monthly. Each onstomer thus secures all tho A on : ae ain, : To bo soor at Har- ELECTRIC A | Stroota. ‘Thoso premiaos com) ino an acre of 
vantage of, as tho Alexandr: loaves in thoir hats in ordortoproyent sun-| Lonpox, Aug. 2.—It in atatod that thoro is | Sdvantagos of immonso capital and oxporiono- | 4 Masia Store. = 20tf tani, ad aro acitabla donboll ing cits 
= : or pri 


od skill, and can use any amount, from $10 to 
$10,000, or moro, with equal proportionate 
success, ‘ Now York Stock Reporter” and 
new circular mailed free. Fall information 
for any one to oporate snocessfully, Lawronco 


o Transit will havo 


‘or ntion and Oure of 
band in at- For the Preve 


cursion to-night and thi 
Disease, 


anothor, with tho Oddfellows’ 
tendance, on Monday night. 


--Mousra, Elliott and Jones, 


ronson to beliove that tho Right Hon, Henry 
Bouvorjo Brand will resign the Speakerehip of 
the Commons at tho ond of tho sousion. Ho 
wil} probably bo succoeded by Sir Matthew 


stroke ; but caro must bo taken when onter- 
ing church to removo the cabbage leaf from 
tho hoad. 

Ho blew into hin gun to seo 


lot, or in plots to sult purobasore, 


Apply to 
eu ALEX, ROBERTSON, 
or MORGAN JELLETS, 
Exooutor and Trustecs. 


To Market (Gardeners and Othery 


Roe Salo cheap, and upon ocasy torms, in 


THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, 


225 norea of pood 


PrnsonaL. If loading v ceded ; | ; & Co., 57 Exchange Place, N. Y, i ohasors, 
of the Kingston Whig—tho 'formor of the The fry ne OU aM needs 1; Ridloy, Under Seorotary of Stato for tho Home LD sees. bane) SETS =aihne lola to a Pa rtoe! walk of tho City. Rellevillo, April 25, 187 
, ? staff! and tho latter of ‘That the gun blew after he did, Dopartmont, ‘ R d ‘Also, » largo number of Building Lote in the J. D. STEWART, } — J 
reporting a sacorapaniod the| August 11 is tho day sot apart by tho| The Sporting Life says s Wo understand $50 eward, City! whick will bo wold cheap. TB OM hal te A 
me sho. job bakes ton yostorday. Mr. | Advontiata for tho grand upward sonr and | Wrillard and frlonds had £6,000 staked on ILL bo paid upon tho apprehension ad | ~ 2” a ROBERT READ. of callie on ao ae 
i excursion from Kings’ (th lintering of things. ‘Ty, Parolo for the Goodwood cup race on the Slat convict {the person or pornons opt. 21, ILL be at tho Dafoo 2)ouse St JULY, 
7 7 cial correspondent o a eternal splintering 2 7 ose who who aot firo to tirling Station on the TRIO ; a DAY EV ENING, the 2187 
ie Cecrse To pated News, who is ‘‘doing” | hayo notes duo on thel2th can make thoir ste i i «| night of tho 2let ja - RA ‘ ein ite Areancianecey Can on your Davoorsr yor Pastenuen, | yntil MONDAY, the Lith of Anguat, 1879. 
Canadian Itustrated News, nal, also 86° | collections just the same, tomes Aug. 2.—Tho Italian BESlreae F. 0, BICKFORD. gota. for asdaw | ditwtd 
| Kingston for that journal, ntorior enjoins in the profects towatehun ! pottvitto, July 28, 7% 466 - | Cimon . : 
| | 


a ata a 


STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh Strawberries 


RECEIVED DAILY 
AT DICKENS 


And sold by the 
Too Cream. 


ICE CREAM 


ore ‘ora at 40 conts por quart, or 
To different flavors A Set in 


slivered we 
$1.50 per gallon, deliver 

tof tho city. ; 
foo to any Part “\VM. DICKENS & SONS. 


Jano 17, 1879 


ARDINE, 


STEAMER Kt 
Carn, TLANc D, 
ILL, until farther notice, 
every MONDAY at 9 
calling at Mill 
Kingston, ert 
mornings, in time 
Rolleville on Sunday afternoon. 
Fares and froights vory low. 


For tickets and further information, apply to 


W, H. CAMPBELL, 
at tho Wharf, 
or O, D. FULLER, 
Ofhoe City Square, 
Rolloville, July 8, 1870. a a 


231 


for Sale. 


CITY IGE 60. 


by the WERK or 
MONTH. 


LEAVENS& ROBLIN 
July 3. 


I will unhesitatingty guarantee mv 


Gold Flake Cut Plug 


Tos tus BEST SMOKING TOBACCO ix 


CANADA 


It is made by a new and original process 
L. through which the rank nicotine is extracte 
‘A. andthe aweet Aroma and Natural Flavor are 
retained. It is made from pure sun-cured, 
EK Bright Virginia Leaf, without the aid of color- 
{ng or injurious compounds, It Is cut ready 
for use and neatly packed in tin.foil, In come 
pact 4 ounce packages. It will keep in any 
slimate and will not burn the tongue. 
+ As dealers are slow to take hold of anew 
thing, however much its merit, until there is a 
demand for it, 1 have determined to place it 
directly within'the reach of all, For the next 


G 
0 
L 
D 
Fé 


ninety days, where ltcannot be obtained of local 
dealers, 


packages 
ss, on 
imps or currency). 
a 


ited to give I 
AXON St 
NDSOR, Owr. 


| SEE THE LIST 


AdEY Aca ty 


Grose Tonacco Wox' 


or 


R FARMS FOR SALE 


IN THE 


WEEKLY MAIL, 


Panties Wisy1na ro Sait, 
Abvertise Tnenn. 
Panties Wisuina to Boy, 
Reap Ture. 


Adyertisementa of Farms for 
sale are inserted in tho WEEK- 
LY MAIL, 20 worls for 50cts. 
tach insertion; each additional 
word 20, 


sale aro inkerted in the DAILY 
MAIL, 20 words for 25cta, each 
insertion ; each additional word 
Ikcta. 


bitions, ete, inserted at the a- 
bove rates, 


Address MAIL, Toronto, 


Impoerishable Fragrance. 


Murray & Lanman’s 
CELEBRATED 


at the Totlet 
ealthfal tu the 


For Salo by Perfumers, Di ts 
Panoy Goods Dosa 


PERRY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE Agents, 
jly2 MONTREAL. 


JOHNSTON'S 


FLUID BEEF 


ix now extensively 
used in Britiah and 
Contioental Inati- 


Is prescribed by the taelles i 
Bay been introduced. 

adaptability is general to tho invalid, the 
convalescent and the vigorous, ‘To chiki intie 
hootires a strong muscular development, and for 
maternal nursing, imperfect mast! cation, athletic 
training, physical exhaustion, indigestion or 


mental overstrain, it is the porfection of known 


SOLD BY DRUGCISTS AND LEADING GROCERS, 
Price 35¢, 0c and 81, 
peaseialoeraxea Dy JOHN L. 
“dly 


and Asyloms, and 


" ROUGHLY curos Disoasos of tho Skin 
Be-ntifies the Complexion, Proventy and 
Romodie Rheumatinm and Gout, Heals Sores 
ood connote contagion, 
, B.—Fovg sriptic 

¥. 2 Grea{all description, ask your drug. 

LOWDEN NGLIS, NEILL & Co., 

q. Wholosale Agents, 


2%y *Yongo 8t., Toronto, 


2 


quart or sorved with 


OSWECO. 


avo Belloville 
‘clock, a. ™., 
nt, Picton, Bay ports, and 
at Oswego on Tucaday 
jor all trains, returning to 


FISH MARKET, 


Front Street. 


All Kinds kept 


Ordors received for Ice 


WUE eee 


| Daily Hutelligencer. 
“Proverbial Domestic Hoonomy, 


Mony Littles mak’ a miokle, 
Hand thegither what ye hae 5 

ieee it seom a scanty pickle, 

| p it for a rain 


tune frown 5 


Nover 


Frao her whoe ‘apa will tricklo, 
Cateh*them a it ganga roon, 
Mony littles mak’ a mioklo, 
Placks an’s ponnies mak’ a pound ; 


Poortith is an ill kenspeck 
‘Time when tint is never found. 

y littles mak’ a micklo, 

arefu’ be o' ilka preen ; 

Though some folks may jeor an’ keckle, 
Better aye sma’ fish than nano, 


Afony littles mak’ a micklo, 
Eke your hoard by honest means ; 


No'er | or fickle, 
Moss ni on rowin stanes, 
Mony littles n a micklo, 
Self-dependence be your pride, 


Gather frae indastry’s sicklo, 
Gotten gear is ill to guide. 


Mony littles mak’ a mickle 
Little dogs mak’ mickle din ; 
Little straws annoy an’ tic 
Little love can mickle wi 
Mony littles mak’ a mickle, 
Little words gio mickle yp 
Little thorns y and pricklo, 
Little waste mickle gain. 


~ = 


“Mr. Barker's Picture. 


‘Your charge against Mr, Barker, the 
artist horo,” said the magistrate, ‘‘is as- 
sault and battery, I believe ?” 

“Yos, sir.” 

“And your name is——’ 
“Pott! Iam art criticof the Wookly 
Spy.” 

“State your caso.” 

“T called at Mr, Barkor's studio upon his 
invitation to seo his great picture, just 
finished, of George Washington cutting 
down the chorry treo with his hatchet. Mr. 
Barker was expecting to sell it to congress 
for 50,000 dollars. Hoasked me what I 
thought of it, and after I had pointed out 
his mistake in making the handle of tho 
hatchot twice as thick as thotree, and in 
turning tho head of the hatchet around so 
that Georgo was cutting the tree down 
with tho hammer end, I asked him why ho 
foreshortened George's log so as to mako it 
look as if his left foot was upon the moun- 
tain on tho other side of the river.” 


“Did Mr, Barker take it kindly 1” asked 


There's the Difference. 


Mr. Boworman and wife left for tho 
country yostorday. Ono could toll 
thoir trunks woro not over half full,as they 
were pitched into the baggage car with a 
crash. ‘Choy began packing a wook ago. 
Whon tho aubjoct was broached he sald ho 


| proferred to pack his own trunk, and ho 


| didn’t propose to tako a whole month to it 


cithor, All ho intonded to take along was 
‘an extra suit, and ho could throw that in 
moat any way. Night boforo last he bogan 
to work. Itatruck him that ho'd better 
put in an extra pair of boots as a founda- 
tion, and ho flung ‘om in and braced ‘em 
in the cornora with his clean sbirts. Tho 
shirts didn't seom to ride very woll, and he 
braced them with two pairs of trowsors, 
Thon ho stuffed his Sunday coat pockots 
with collars and cuffs and found a placo 
for it, usod his whito vesta for chinking, 
and the balance of his clothing just fitted 
in nicely. 3 

“The man who takes over ten minutes 
to pack a trunk is a dolt !” said Mr, Bowor- 
man as he slammed down the lid and turn- 
ed the key. 

Mrs, Bowerman had been at it just soyen 
days and soven nights, and whon the hus- 
band went up stairs at ton o'clock sho sat 
down before tho open trunk with tears in 
her eyes. 

“You sco how it is,” sho oxplained, a 
ho looked down upon her in awful contempt: 
“I’ve got only part of my drosses in hero, 
saying nothing of a thousand other things 
and even now the lid won’t shut down. I’ve 
got such a hoadacho I must lop down for a 
fow minutes,” 

She went away to lop, and Mr. Bower- 
man sat down and mused ; 

“Spaco is space. The uso of space is 
knowing how to utilize it.” 

Removing everything, ho bogan Epaek: 
ing. Ho found that a silk dress coul 0 
rolled to the sizo of a quart jug. A freshly 
starched lawn was Sarees to take the place 
of a pair of slippers, Her brown bunting 
fitted into the niche sho had reserved for 
three handkerchiefs, and her bost bonnet 
was turned bottom up in its box and pack- 
ed full of underclothing. He sat there 
viewing sutfliciont empty space to pack in o 
whole bed when she returned and said he 
was the only real good husband in this 
world, and sho kissed himon tho nose as 
he turned the key. 

“Tt’s simply the differonco between tho 
soxes,” was his patronizing reply as he 
wont down stairs to turn on tho burglar 
alarm, 

When that wife opened that trunk last 
night ! But screams and shrioks would 
avail nothing—Detroit Free Press, 


tho justice, 

“Woll, ho looked a little glum; that’s 
all. And thon when I asked him why hoe 
put a guinea pig upin tho treo and why he 
painted tho guinea pig with horns, ho said 
that it was not a guinea pig, but a cow, and 
that it was not in the troo but in the back- 


Advertisements of Farms for | should. So I montionod that it mig’ 


tutions, Hospitals | Costed by antranger who asked him tho 


faculty whorever it | ropliod, but so indistinctly the othor callod 


ground, Then Iaaidthatif I had been 
painting George Washington I should not 
haye given him two thumbs on each hand, 
and I should have tried not to slew his 
right eye around so that he could seo 
around the back of his head to his left ear. 
And Barker said, ‘Oh, wouldn't you?’ 
Sarcastic, your honor, AndT said no I 
wotildn’t, and I wouldn’t have painted oak 
leaves ona cherry tree, and I wouldn't 
have left the spectator in doubt as to 
whether tho figure off by the woods wasa 
factory chimney, or a steamboat, or George 
Washington's father taking a smoke.” 
‘Which was it?” asked the magistrate. 


“T don't know. Nobody will ever know. 
So Barker asked me what I'd advise him 
todo. And Itold him I thought his best 
chance wasto abandun the Washington 
idea and to fix the thing up somehow to re- 
present the boy who stood on the burning 
deck, I toid him he might paint the grass 
red to represent the flames, and daub over 
tho tree so’s it would look like the mast, 
and pull George’s foot to the side of the 
river so’s it would rest somewhere on tho 
burning dock, and maybo might recoustruct 
that factory chimnoy, or what evor it was, 
and make it the captain, while ho could ar- 
range the guinea pig to do for the captain's 


“Did he agree t” 
“ He said the idea didn’t strike. So then 
I suggested that he might turn it into Col- 
umbus discovering America. Let George 
stand for Columbus, and the tree be turned 
into a native, and the hatchet made to 
auawer fora flag, while the mountain in the 
background would answer for the rolling 
of the ocean. Ho said ho'd be hanged ifit 
t, per- 
haps, pass for the execution of Mary Gueen 
of Scots. Put George in black for the 
headsman, bend over the tree and put a 


Advertisements of Live stock, | frock on it for Mary, let the hatchet stand, 
Auction Sales of Stock, Imple- | and work in the guinea pig and tho factory 
ments, etc, Seed for Sale, Exhi- | chimney as mourners. But Barker said that 


there would be somebody worse hurt than 
Mary Quoen of Scots, if I kept on.” 

‘Didn't like it, hey ?” 

“Ts'pose not. And I said that whilo I 
did not want to force my advice upon him, 
I would say, if my opinion was asked, that 
the best hope of that picture would be to 
make it a representation of the Deluge. 
Build in an ark around George, put a shirt 
on him, and call him Noah, crowd in other 
animals with the guinea pig, let the factory 
chimney do for Mount Ararat, and the tree 
for the stove pipe projecting from the roof 
ofthe ark. Just as [had got the words 
out of my mouth Barker knocked me clean 
through the picture, My head tore out 
Washington's noar log, and my right foot 
carried away about fou miles of the river. 
Woe had it over and over on the floor for a 
while, and finally Barker whipped. I am 
going to take the law of him in the interests 
of justice and high art.” 

So Barker was bound over, and Mr. Potts 
went down to the office of the Spy to write 
up his criticism, 

——EEE 


“Beg Pardon.” 


Attho Union Depot yesterday a young 
man from Tawas was strolling round to 
kill fifty minutes time, when he was ac- 


population of the city. Tho Tawas man 


ou’ 

“Bog your pardon.” 

“Woll, I'll forgive ye, though I can’t ro- 
mombor that we ever had any fuss.” 

‘Ah! bog your pardon,” observed tho 
stranger, failing to catch tho drift of his ro- 
marks, 

“Hang it? Inaid I forgive yo,” snarled 
tho young man. ‘If you have ovor usod 
mo mean wo'll lot it all go and say no moro 
about it.” 

Tho stranger had closely listened to ovory 
word but ho was moro confused than evor, 
Leaning forward with an anxious counten- 
ance, ho said ; 

“Really, but I beg your pardon.” 

“Now, look a-hero | sald Tawas, on ho 
put downs bundlo containing six pairs of 
now socks ‘‘you've begged my pardon three 
times handrunning, and I can't remembor 
that wo over had any trouble, If you bog 
itonce more I shall think you are the con. 
acionco-striken chap who stole my overcoat 
in thin dopot last wintor, and whon I light 


down on you this hull building will shake,” 
“This in—ah—roally, [—I_-," 
‘Don't you dare do it?” oxolaimod Taw- 


as ho spit on his hands,and tho atranyor 
od helplessly around and backed away 
— Detroit Free Press, 


Wit and Humor. 


A story is told ofa Mr. Duflie who was 
preachor, teacher, and politician, who flog- 
ged and drank to excess. On Saturday there 
was to be a horso-raco, in which the horse 
of a brother politician was to ran, On the 
Friday Mr. Duflio addrossed his pupils in 
tho following terms :—‘‘Boys, I suppose 
you know that there's going to be a horse- 
race in town to-morrow. . Now, boys, don't 
you go to it. But, boys, if you do go, don’t 
you bet. Whatever you do, don’t you bet. 
But, boys, if you do bet, mind what I tell 
you ; if you do bet, be sure to bet on Aber- 
crombie’s mare.” é 

“Dan,” said a four-year-old, ‘‘give me 
five cents to buy a monkey.” ‘We have 
one monkey in the house now,” sald the 
elder brother, ‘*Whois it, Dan?” You,” 
was the reply, ‘‘Then give mo five cents 
to buy the monkey some nuts.” Tho 
brother could not resist. 

A very ugly actor was playing in the 
provinces a few weeks ago. In the course 
of the performance the heroine of the play 
had to romark ; ‘‘Ah, you chango counten- 
ance?” Tho instant she uttered tho sen- 
tence a voice from the gallory cried, ‘Oh, 
for Heaven's sake don't interrupt him ! 
Let him change.’’ 

A Now York papor says tho will of the 
rich man of tho future will read—‘‘ to the 
respective attorneys of my children I give 
my entire estate and worldly goods of all 
descriptions. Personally to the children 
and to my beloyed wife I give all that re- 
mains.” This instrument will satisfy the 
family and save the trouble of proving the 
old man insane. 

A clergyman, proaching a sormon on 
death, concluded with the following obser- 
vation :—‘‘ But even death, my brethren, 
so well desorved by mankind for their sins, 
the wisdom of Providence has, in its pater- 
nal kindness, put at the end of our exist- 
ence ; for only think what life would bo 
worth if death wore at the beginning !”” 

John Bannisterthe comedian was present- 
ed to an old lady proud of ancient and noble 
blood. The lady asked a witof the day, who 
was present, ‘‘Whoare the Bannisters? 
Are they a good family?” ‘* Yes,’ said the 
wit, “‘vory good, indeed ; they are closely 
connected with the Stairs.” ‘Oh,”’ said the 
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dates back to 1450 ; I am delighted to see 
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“John, did you take the note to Mr. 


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A Singular Accident on the New 
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AUGUST 2, 1879, 


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of every deacrip- ‘i by 
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£20200 ing or Drawing|designs, wil -f. | Ale 
“Chronograp| oom RED IM ORR AmN, and French Br 
Chronometers,-|Church orShop.|Enamelled. in 
Keyless Levers, | Perpetual C.l-|Volors, after de- - 
Presentation, —\endars, Wind|dignabythemost 5 ; 
Repoators, Rail-' Dials, &e, accomplish < F 
way Guards’ Artistic Eng:|Artiste in the ey its , 
aii Wat cone porte as ‘ Reber , y UST RECEIVED, at the Ivreuui: 
ofextrantrongth| Wedgwood and\leta,, Necklaces, 8 , at the INTELLIGENCER 
other. lar Tasuaeessinaaes —AND — oJ Office, a large Stock of 
etl + X pal aoe al kinds of 
* lany style o! arbi lerie as sup- me : : 
niture; also as|plied to Mem- . J : 
ater Ain pind te ate: | | NOTE: PAPERS, ENVELOPES, © 
Billy by Benson ingeiahed Per 
01 ‘er a 
Merchi ate, on pay:| ee” BLUE ind 
erchants, ippers, ani olesale Buy- an 
ers aro specially invited, before sending their TINTED, White, Colored, and 3 
ef aap erect “Oral ea Wathen Which will be sold, printed tity, 
tory the Iilustra' ‘atalogues o! ‘atches, ich wil Bo! rinted in any quanti C 
Clocks, Chains, Jewellery, Silver, and Eleo- at VERY LOW RATES," j Tinted, 
tro-plate, which are sent poat free, as not only 
ison rm te rg tsk twee BALL AND. INSPECT SAMPLES 
je from the largest in the worl 
Orders should be sent direct to the Manu- 
factory, Ludgate Hill, : ALI SIZHS. 
aed ee sh Des Clocks, WEDDING: 
‘atches, Clocks, Plate, and Ji ery, sent 3 i tad than + 7 y 
post free. Watches sont axe Myspost to all y yA Cheaper can be obtained in the Vity: 
rts of the world. Steam Factory and City . 
how Rooms, Ludgate Hill, London. West- 7 4 
end establishment, 25, Old Bond Street. Es- VE ye tu 
ablished 1749. 125y (a f b | | 
=i ALSO, 
GRAY’S Specific Medicines, 
UST RECEIVED, at. "Qe 
Foe drtik temaly é : LUE EO, 
GA The creat eB CHURCH. ENVELOPES 
Cig \ v a peapthn . 
NA “astintailin ae The “ Intelligencer” Office, | supplied, cithor plain or printed, cheaper than 
e: ep SEL can bo obtained elsewhere. 
a) . 9 SR A NICE LINE OF aie 
Boforo'Talsing ait Rndeecy that Atwk Vir * Aug. 3, 1878. 
follow as w sequénice of Saif Abuab, as Loas of 
Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain’ in the WEDDING INVITATION: PAPER: } THE 
Serb mag ot in Rovers ot ngs NTELLIGENGER” 
and many other dis ‘ ; . Sd tae J 
or ‘Consumption a ppareenatiig Graven ate DAILY. | LLIGENGER 
‘iculars in Fe ‘ 
we dosire ap sond froo Boimah es bre ers ENVELOPES ato Match, qT plished me ‘five y:o'clodk tev 
#9 Tho Specific Medicine is sold by all drug- eh meican Gaara prospledicand wil 
gists at $1 per package, or six pac! for $5, | which will be neatly printed and supplied at f hed by Uarriers a6 the rate of 85 0)pes 
or will be sont by mail on receipt of the mon- year if paid in went 00 otherwise, 
ey, by addressin very low prices for oash. Special attention be paid to rcporting 
THE GRAY MEDICINE Co., the proceedings of Courts of Law, Corperation' P 
Toronto, Otis WYHRS Public Mootings, ine ‘and.in short.neither a 
N. B.—The demands of our business hayo LA AT BERANE: be, to make, the 
necessitated our removing to Toronto, to ‘CANBY AILY INTELLIGENCER wo of puklio par 
which ae pleaso address all future oom- bo Sed us ixere 
muniéations. 
Sold in Belleville, by all druggists, and. by CHEAPER & BETTER STATIONERY. A liboral scale of prices or advertisements — 
Per brgeprie yi tiene) Ce ces Cardm a nal or anders "6' 
and tho Uni ‘ wly « or ander, 6 month). § 5 00 
Intelligencer Office, |“ doage | M1 iBasten (8 00 
tho a Eat Nee Ea . a pa 
wer than any other pl: ~ 0. 
Ospyi eref t] OR ee ne 
Wo aro proparod to fill all orders from th F 
Logal Profeasion for SS oe Sree seauarpea & fo 30109 
Conveyancing Paper, Brief Paper. | Three squares,6 do ry oO” 
Foolscap, Letter Paper, do 12 do 6 00 
and Envelopes ey 5. Ov 
15 per Cent, Lower Notion of Bist... “ne 
lo ol 
han tho prices charged élaewhoro. do®! of Dentin wo 
Just Opened Out Jona. than half s aquaro, can have the eiviinge i> 
of ohan ving thelr advortisomonta every two 
75,000 Envelopes es 2 : 
line tor Ses Ian Ua eee ee. 
por lino for sortio: f 
ALL COLORS. ALL SIZES) ..| sect nanitionaltivertion. om foe 
15 per cent lower than any House THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER. . j 
In published ovory Thursday morning at $1.50 
in Belleville r annum if In advance. If not paid at 
te Ks, time 4 subsoription, $2 00 will invariably 
oO . 
A liboral discount mad. - 
At the INTELLIGENCER Omer, | y, ety Negers made to those whoad: 
P ~~ |  Advortisomenta for nsortion muat be dolly- 
R OT ES al S cred before noon on \Vodnosday, te Insure 
J tholr Qieae 
ae All advertisomonté without written direc 
tlons {nsorted until forbid, and charged #0 
cordingly, 4 


Whore A Jlvertising Contracts can be made, 
e v7 


PROTEST NOTICES 


FOR ANY 
Aro on sale at the 


Totéllizencer Office 


BANK, 


se 
“DAILY INTRL rIOENOBR. —Trinted 
‘or the INTELLIG , 
AND PUBLISHING COMPAN X) (Limits 


fj anal 
waited eta wt ye 


SHEPARD, Printer and Pu 


IN THINGS ESSENTIAL—LIBERALITY IN THINGS NOT ESSENTIAL—CH 


ARITY IN ALL, 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO, MONDAY, 


Qs BENSON’S CAPCINE 


POROUS PLASTER. 
‘A WONDERFUL. REMEDY. 


There inno comparison betw 


Benson's Capcine Porous Pi 
er, Sold by all Druggista. 

ton receipt of price, by 

reot, New 


te 
Price 
Seabury 
‘ork. 


hs ‘ . : - 
: 
| 
= a es = 7 =PE Pay 
» LET THERE BE HARMON 
“h VOL, 1 ; 
F 1879, ~ 1879 | Chicago & Lake . ; 4} 
SPRING ARRANGEMENTS,| Business Divectory, 
re * 5 ate | stations. |"Pasa | Exp. ¥ Denmark & Northrup, as 
= 7 y, ARRISTERS, &o. —_ Offic tely occ 
-* ALLAN TIN | eee pin] 10. 4am I pied by Ponton & Donmark, Front § 
aa) eT 0.53 1 ab3 Bollovillo, 
= ; G18. | 9.52 Re ? 
Sa Syl i “— : ~ ~ | Money to Loan—Privat 1 Company 
; Sih a2 gee Agee |e? Cte Gre 
ee A \ 5 Flint... :6.60pm | §.05am pea Os & Thomas, je 
< 19. 18pm) Tele ko. fice——Robertson 
: 5 eer, Teo rad rae B Block, east side of Front Street, Bele: 
e FS — te y nt. 
8.06pm!11, 28am J. Panker THoatas. 
STEA TO L ) }1nds' | 5.t0pm'6 e a 
Lon Mm TO. LIVERPOO L. es | 8g | (Solicitors forts te oeltetts Commerce. 
. —— Battle Creole | gf [ee Attornios-at-Law, Solicit- 
Leap ths Clyde built iron steamships . Vicksburg . | 12.00 i ors in Chancery, Notaries Public, &., 
-B of tho Allan ling, (carrying the Canadian Schoolcraft ; 11.48 Bolloville, Ont. 
a wot tes Mails,) will be despatched clans pals: 19 i ag Joux J. B, Furr, Monoan Jecverr, 
i Sou end 9. # a weg = ES emir 
MOPERGInET, e Lirarpool and Londonderry | “dea | §/35pmla Valpar'eo.t 7.00am! EO Delaney & Ostrom, 
= SAILINGS FROM HALIFAX Accommodation trains leave Port Huron 10,00 PRE RS, Attornoys, ote,, Tron: on 
POLYNESIAN, March Int, “om SreuhiN aresan BARES ROHN Fiiipn ||| GAMMIMISE TS wy oe 
, : r 
SARMATIAN, “ath, + and Haat Saginaw antl Bay City withoat change, | 4 , Peterson &\Petersons 
TP ee PA a. Cus.B. Prox, Hany Fuxweut, W. E. Davis, B’ hose fa Coaccery, Teeslsana " Saale 
CIRCASSIAN, + 9th, For information ay torubes, ota apnly toi | chanios’ Ion oases, Conveyancers, &o,, &0. 
. CASPIAN, April 5th. Quick, City Tioket. Agent, Haron’ Housy, Port = pe ae rath, j Li corne: 
7 RATES OF PASSAGE, ine Red _ A. } TPRTRRADY, BA. OG, W. PETERSON B.A. 
auitomBellevilla to Liverpool of London re cop ty ha 
erry, viz, Halifax. Cabin $67.50, $80,50 and N | S ARRISTER, &6,, Post Office Block, 
Sector ie Poelbiaal gt wate:room. Bridge Street, Belleville. 
si wil t-claas Railway $47. | obtained for new invoutions, or for improve: | 
teerage, do. $32, ’ ments in oldones. Caveats, Trade Marks and E. NeMahon, 
Children 1 to 12 half di i 7 ¥ igitons 
a : ‘ years half price, under | 4}! patent businoss promptly attended to A TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitor in Chanoory 
7 Retare ‘ick Inventions that haye been re-| 4% &o., &o. Orvice—In MoAn any’? 
ate rm oe pees 1: jected way still, ia most cases, be patented | Buildings, Cornor of Front and Bridge Streets, 
ay arereee asaya risers bape oe = ra | by ua. Being opposite tho U. S. Pateut Office, | Belleville, Ont. d-tf 
Queenstown, Gliusyow, Belfast. were Bris, | And engaged in Patent business exclu-| Sam’l, §. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B. 
tolorCanlif, | Bk¥etYs Wwe can secura patonts in loss time | 4 “TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in'Cha 
~ Y, 3 5 an those who are remote from ington, f 
giihe, last train connecting with the Ocean | and who must depend upon the malla, fa all FET re rath ree a 
ae tO beeen jevitle every | transactions with the Patent Office. Street, Belleville, Ont. d& nt 3 
pau y at noon, Passongors go at unce on When Inventors send model or sketch wo oe UDR nsw OR WAA 
2 make search in the Patent Office and advi. 
a 28 xperienced Surgeon accompauios each to ita patontahility sree of charge, (pen ea at eS 
Borts Oh cesdted Watil Sala f dence confidential, prices low, and no Company.) 
aR ing toxend for thi ie fri a charge unless patent is obtained, TLORNEY.at-Law, Solicitorin Chancery 
Be padi ee ides toe on ae eat gan | _ We refer to Hon. ¢ oatmaster General D, M. Notary Publio, &o.,&o, Orrtce—No. 4, 
E Tend tedlend ie, Scotland te 3 ‘way Kry, Rey. F. D. Pow, to officials in the | over the Post Office, Bogart’s Block, Bridge 
wtationi2. G orthe U: ited States. wher U, S. Patent Office, and especially to our | Street, Belloville, Ont. 
walckwtelaza’ ey the aod +i Oe on | clients in every State ot the Union and in| P,S,—Money to lend on oasy terms a3d 
Joss. emiall (deduction, ) int is returned, | Canada. For special references, terms, advico, Mortgages bought and sold. 
a Intormodiate a altel Stewardossos are SOLE ES ©. A. SNOW & CO. is Elisha Wesley, 
appointed to each of tho vessels, Orrosrre Patent Ovrice, Wasuinaton, D. C. |e mt Marriago Liconses, at the office 
For through tloketaand very information — of M. B, Roblin, Front St., Belleville. 
apply to B. S. Willson, M. D ©. M., 
U. E. THOMPSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
ont Allan Lino, a A, GARTH of the University of McGill, 
Express Office, Montreal. Late Hovse Apothecary of 
March 1879 Belleville, R O Y A L the. ao eis) Hospital. esidenge 
ani co, Pinnacle Street. ti 
J. E. Eakins, M.D., 
TORONTO UNIVERSITY. 
NSURANCE COMPANY _OF LIVERPOOL, ENCLAND. ICENTIATE Royal College Physicians ; 
The Steamer “UTIC A,” Lraniurry or SHAREHOLDERS UNLOMITED, Pighicogtinte Paton Collage Hargecasy and 
J. A. PORTE, Carta. OarrraL = === ~-§:10,000,000 | Dilltes, No. 2 Robortson Block. 
TLL leave Trenton every” morning | FUNDS Ixvustay «= = 12,000,000) _Rewidence, 180 George Street = 
(Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock, call- INUALINOOMB = + + 5,000,000 A 
ing at Rednerville and ans betwoen tho 35%. mck rel DB. ha 
head of the Bay wad Picton, leaving Belleville |, The ROYAL Insurance Company has the} Qpytce—Corner 
at8a.m, Willleave Picton at 1 p m. on re- | !argest surplus of any Fire Insurance Company Entrance on Bri 
turn for tho head of the Bay ; leaving Belle. | i the world. 
ville at.5 p.m. - 4 Insures Churches, Schools, Dwellings, Stores, H. W. Branscombe, 
_Omnibuses in waiting at Picton and Rolle- | Merchandiso, Warehouses, &o. against loss by AS removed his DENTAL OFFIUE 
Ville, fire, at oquitable rates, cross the street, over Davenport’s 
W. H. CAMPBELL, | Rourn & Taruxy, Chiot Agonts, Montreal. | Fur Store. at 
P, F. McCUAIG, Agent, Picton. x T. DONNELLY, | Jos. Caldwell, 
April 28, 1879. d&w Agent, Belleville, URGEON DENTIST, formerly of Belle- 
—_—— h ale, late of Gi = opened an office 
in rtson’s new block, Front Strect, Belle- 
PICTON AND BELLEVILLE. THE SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL ville. Teeth extracted without pain, 
— Fire Insurance Comp'y of Glasgow. aoe re Higinbotham, : 2 
1 , Surgeon, Accoucheur, &c, 
N ee + + Two Mittions ae Ee wees ~ Hendenco, next gooey north of 
E IG a a er 5 the Bridge Street Methodist Cburo! 
Income . A . ° K ),000 - 
a John J. Farley, M. D. 
THE STEAMER PROVINCE OF ONTARIO BRANCIL ( FFICE.—Front Baeetsaves Chandler 
0 Drug Store. Residenco—Dafoe House, 
CITY OF BELLEVILLE, 
AGS HEAD OFFICE, Dr. WH. James 
H. BOGART, Ca ’ E AS removed his office to his residence, 
ILL leave Picton DAILY, (Sundays ox- 7 Toronto St. Toronto. Church Street, near the Kingston 
cepted), at 6 a.m., calling at all Ports —t Road. 
betwoon Picton and Belleville. Jouw L. Buarere, Esq., Chairman, Prosident 
Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. Landed it Company. S.A. Abbott, M.D, _ 
Maving conaection with the Napanee steam- | Joun S, Puayrarr, Esq., (of Bryoo, MoMur- Genre of Queen's University, and 
er at Mill Point, morning and evening. rich & Co.) member of the Colloge of Physicians and 
W, H. CAMPBELL, | Wruttam Avexanprr, Esq., Vice-President | Surgeons of Ontario. Orrice—Over Clarke's 
Agent, Belleville. Federal Bank of Canada. Drug Store, Cornor Front and Bridgo Streets, 
May 5, 1879. d&w Insrxctor—Rosert MoLman. Belleville: 168 
THE STEAMER HA STINGS Resipext Sxcxetary-—Lawkence Bucuan, Evans & Bolger, 
ROVINOIAL LAND SURVEYORS 
= ~ 3 Deposited with the Government at Ottawa Architects, Civil Engineers and Land 
“i oa security of Canadian Policy Holders, $100,- peace. ae as PaaS 
treet, joville, jurveyi in ite 
is Company issues Policies of Insurance | branches in any part of Ontario prom) tly 
against loss or damage by fire or lightning on | attended to. Drawings, Specifications, Ko > 
mercantile, manufacturing, farm and house- | ofinventions prepared, and Patents appliod for, 
Bae a at urea ere an i Joux_D, Evans, K Dr 0. Bexcrr, 
oliciés are idsu ro! ti PL 8., 0. BE. & A. P. LS, 
WIL leave Belleville EVERY MORNING, | diroctly by the Toronto Office, without delay, EEE nae a L.S 
(Sudays excepted) at 6 o'clock, except Sat) All Premiums taken in this country aro in- Thomas Gardner, P 
urday, when she will leave at 2:45 - m, vested in Canadian securitios. LAIN and Ornamental Plasterer, Slate 
3 wi deare Kis ih Belleville R. NEWBERY, Roofer, Comenting, &o. Centre Piecer 
ae eee les tnoctsab Heinaebocigeith the | 75:6 Agent. | made to order. 
a Pe ae ast an Wests the ‘Royal Mail Une Se Read, Wm. E 
ne of steam al, ‘Toronto and Ham- IW folton, Rev. Mr. Bii 
fltonj the Ferry stamens f08 Cape Vincent, and & Belloviile, Deo. 6th, 1875. att 
Beaman Lee dean Cena aly ae INSURANCK COMPANY | phenix Fire Assurance of London 
W. AMPBELL. A STABLISHED IN . 
Belleville, May 5, 1879. Of Liverpool and London, ASSURANCE granted on Town, Village, 
ee manent ty f naa Le Buildings and Property, ox 
FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. = most favorable terms. 
ss 5 GEO, E.BULL, Agent. 
Tue Coscwopiovs Arb Favoxsrs PASwENOER FIRE AND LIFE, Sg EC 
anv Faetour SteAmen —- 
i Capitaly - - £2,000,000 Steg. | § i j 2 
\ ” . 
invested Funds £ooeuey =| Ontario Loan Society 
? FORBES & MUDGE, 1 pate Money at 6 and a quarter per cent, 
Monrrxat, payable yearly, 
Chief Agents for Cansds, | «, , - 
W, A. Suevanp, Agent, Belleville. Farmers’ Friend Loan Co.,” 
a Carr. Syrrrn, 


LL leave Trenton every Monday morn- To Steam Users, 
ing at six o'clock, and Belleville at 

nine o'clock, for porta as above, running all HE Canadian Btoam CMa Teiseaiioe Ans 

the Rapids, {nolading Lagbiee: soolation make carefil Kad periodical in: 

Returning, leaves Montreal overy Thursday } spection of Stoam Boilers, ive dulital sdvico 

at noon, for Riverand Bay Ports. For far- | asto their managoment, and grant insuranco 

ther information, apply to the Captain on | against loss or damago by explosion. None 


Boar but competent Inspectors employed. Special 
> ane W.H. CAMPBELL, " attention given to the acpratestalag of ear 
; on a 
Belleville, April 90, 1879. al 


BANKING OFFICE 
U. £. THOMPSON, 


Engines made, and thoir orection supervised. 
Burox Srneer, BacceviLLe, Ont. 


re 
‘cad Office, 50 Front St. East, Toronto, 
HON, ALEX. CAMPBELL, 


President, 
GEO. C. ROBB, 
Chiof Enginear, 
E. L. AUNGER, 
Agent for Belleville and vi 


inity. 


is not casily earned thoso 

times, but it can be made in 

threo months by any ono of 

oithor sex, in any part of tho 

country, who is willing to work steadily at the 
employment that wo furnish. $66 por wool 

in your own town, You nood not bo away 

from homo over night, You can givo your 

wholo timo to tho work, or only your sparo 

moments, We havo agents who aro mating 

ovor $20 perday. All who engage at once can 

make money fast. At the prosont timo monoy 

cannot be mado #0 oanily and rapidly at and 

othor business, It costa nothing to try the 

businoss. ‘Torméand $5 Outiitfroo, Addross 
at once H, Hauuerr & Co,, Portland, Maino, 

140,6m-38, 1y 


- AMERIGAN GURRENGY & DRAFTS 


Bought and Sold. 


‘oot to withdrawal 


bj 
t dand 5 
lowed a! 


Deposits roceived, aad at 


without notice, Lnteres 
per cent. 


~ $5 to $2020 


Portland, Malne® 


ome, Sample 
Srrmaon & Co, 


dey a 3 
h 8! tree. 


Lend money at seven per cont, in any sums 
for any timo. 


investment at reasonablo ratos, 


THE INTELLIGENCER JOB PRINTING 


ohargos are as moderato as tho cost of gottin, 
up good work will allow, and aro usually foun 
satisfactory. 


Intelligencer Printing Office 


Also, a largo amount of private funds for 


A to ~ 
oe FLINT & JELLETT, 
Barristors, &c., 


Bollovillo 
Bellovillo, Aug, 23 1878, dtf 


DEPARTMENT. 


#® Satisfaction given to all custome: 


THE 


is now noted for its punctuality in fulfilling 
promises, and business men can rely on got- 
ting thoir work at timo agreed upon, 


THE FACILITIES FOR 
GETTING OUT 
TOB WoREK 


aro ample, and ordors aro pushed through with 
vigor, 10 that work can be got out in short 
timo, 


Orders from the Oountry 


This Great Household Medicine 
ranks amongst the leaaing 
necessaries of Life. 

Thoso famous Pills purify the BLOOD, and 

act most powerfully, yet soothingly on the 
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, 
and BOWELS, givin tono, energy, and vigor 
to these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE, 
They are confidently recommended as a never 
failing remedy in all casea where the consti- 
tution, from whatever canse, has become im- 
paired or weakened. They are wonderfully 
efficacious in all ailments incidental tc Females 
of all ages; and asa GENERAL FAMILY 
MEDICINE, are unsurpassed, 


HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT 


Its Searching and Healing Pro- 
perties are Rn orA tke ghont the 
or) 


For the cure of BAD LEGS, Bad Breasts, 


Old Wounds,Sores and Ulcers, 


it in an infallible remedy. If effectually rub- 
bed on the neck aud chest, as salt into meat, 
it Cures SORE THROAT, Diphtheria, Rron- 
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and even ASTHMA, 
For Glandular Swellings, Abscesses, Piles, 
Fistulas, 


Gout, Rheumatism, 


Aud every kind of SKIN DISEASE, it has 
never been known to fail. 

The Pills and Ointment aro Manufactured 
only at 


533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, 


And are sold by all Vendors of Medicines 
throughout the Civilized World ; with direc- 
tions for use in almost every language. 

The Trade Marks of thero Medicines are 
registered in Ottawa, Hence, any one 
throughout tho British Possessions, who may 
keep the American Vounterfeits for sale, will 
be prosecuted, 

» Purchasers should look to the 
Label on the Pots and Boxes. If 
the address is not 533, Oxford 


Street, London, they are spurious. 


The Promoter and Perfector of 


Assimilation. 


The Reformer and Vitalizer of 
the Blood, 

The Producer and Invigorator 
of Nerve and Muscle. . 

The Builder and Supporter of 
Brain Power, 

Fellows’ Compound Syrup is composed of 
Ingredients identical with those which 
constitute Healthy Blood, Muscle and 
Nerve and Brain Substance, whilst Life it- 
self is directly dependent upon some of 
them, 

By its union with the blood and its effect 
upon the muscles, reestablishing the one 
and toning tho other, it is capable of offect- 
ing the following results: 


It will displace or wash out tuberculous 
matter, and thus cure Consumption. 
By increasing Nervous and Muscular 
Vigor, it will cure Dyspepsia, feeble or 
interrupted action of tho Heart and Palpi- 
tations, Weaknoss of Intellect caused by 
ief, weary, overtax or irregular habits, 
Bronchitis, Acute or Chronic, Congestion 
of the lungs, even in the most alarming 
stages, 

It cures Asthma, Loss of Voico, Nou- 
ralgia, St. Vitus Danco, Epileptic Fits, 
Whooping Cough, Nervousness, and is o 
most wonderful adjunct to other remedies 
in sustaining life during tho process of 
Diphtheria. 

lo not be deceived by romedies boaring 
4 similar namo, no other preparation a 
substitute for this under any circumstan- 
ces. 

Look out for the namoand address J. I. 
FELLOWS, St. John, N. B., on tho yel- 
low wrapper in watermark which is soon by 
holding the paper before tho light. 

Prico $1.50 per Bottlo, six for $7,560. 

Sold by all Druggists. 


PINANOCIAL. 
$10 to $1,000 irri “toriunes every 


: ovory 
month, Book sent freo explaining everything. 


| Addronn Baxrun & Co., Bankers, 


Wall 8t., Now York 


LL &CO, Now York 
ny ontaining 


7 


I71y 
ND 260, to ROWE 
for Pamphlet of 1 


attended to with i stars nd work for. 
warded immediately on completion. 


| cE 
B 5 
i 3000 nowspapern/ en: 


ny crotial aleartlelng 


wate show 


AUGUST 1879. 


ae « . 

Baily Hntelligencer, 
PARIS LETTER. 
(Regular Correspondence. ) 

Panis, July 18th, 1879, 

By a small majority the French Sonate bas 
passed the Bill for the return of the Legisla- 
ture to Paris. 

The debate on this question is one which 
fordignors are especially unfitted to under: | 
stand. We may read tho history of France, 
yet not be able to understard the feelings of 
Frenchmen, It is clear that Paris is, to « 
Frenchman of susceptible sul and vivid emo- 
tions, something that London, Berlin, Vienna, 
or Madrid can nover be to the Englishman, 
German, Austrian, or Spaniard. Paris has 
features of urban life that no provincial city 
can approach, and social characteristics to 
which none can attain, It is the head and 
heart of French politics, and in its snloons or 
atreots, palaves or bureaux, reputations 
or dyaastics, revolutions or reactions, are made 
or unmade, Beyond all these substantial 
considerations there is all the romance and 
fervor which Republicans, poetical or polit’cal, 
have heaped up around an ideal Paris, Victor 
Hugo considers ita kind of holy city, and 
evidently believed that there was sacrilege in 
the German bombardment of a metrppolis 
which is, perhaps, more devoted to what 
Shakespeare calls “ pleasant vices” than any 
otlier city upon earth. ‘ Paris,” said 
the great French oot, ‘is not a 
capital : it is an immense  hospital- 
ity,” and in ono sense he was right ; for it is 
full of hotels, somo of them excellent, but if 
the welcome of the landloards 1s ‘‘immenso,” 
#0 are sometimes their bills, nor have they 
over indulged in unremunerative reception. 
Another myth surrounds Pari ts popula- 
tion is supposed to be especially ‘‘heroic,” 
That the street fights against overwhelming 
odds have occasionally exhibited striking 
traits of individual daring cannot be disputed. 
Parisians, men, women, and boys, can somo- 
times inect death or even rush upon it with a 
cool courage or flashing valor never excelled 


How Parrots Learn to Talk. 


Tho interesting skotch of tho ‘ History 
of My Parrot,” which Dr. Wilkes contrib- 
utes to the current number of the Journal 
of Mental Science, deserves a passing notice, 
The comparative study of the facts of inter. 
communication among men and anliials 
necessitates the admission that animals 
possess language ; and the mechanism and 
apparatus for articulate speech in those ani- 
mals which possces it do not differ from 
thos. of man. A bird learns to speak by | 
imitation, through the organs of hearing, | 
and in o manner very similar to that in 
which children learn words and sentences, | 
and the birds speak on special occasions in 
consequence of some association or sugges. 
tion, the usual provocative for set speeches 
at all periods of the human life. A now 
expression after having been repeatedly 
uttered before the parrot, is.practiced by 
it spontancously, indefatigably working at 
tho sentence by itself. At first it is only 
able to get out the first word or two, then 
more and more, until it has the power of 
uttering the whole. In just the same way 
achild will learn a French sentence. A 
sentence is soon lost by the parrot if not 
frequently uttered, and the last words are 
lost tirst ; the first words—those most read- 
ily acquired —are lost last. Speech of the 
bird on any given occasion is duo to sug- 
gestion—the presence of the person or ob- 
ject with which the words were first asso- 
ciated, Of this Dr. Wilkes gives several 
striking instances, as “‘half-past two" when- 
ever the coachman comes for orders ; ‘‘ go to 
sleep” when approached after dark ; ‘* give 
me a bit’ when dinner appears, and ‘‘cheese” 
when the cheese is put on the table; a 
sound like water being poured out when- 
ever a jug of water is brought in. Thus 
the bird associates words or sounds with 
objects, and where the right names have 
been taught it, may be said to know their 
names ; more, the bird invents names, mak- 
ing a particular sound, which had nover 
been taught, whenever nuts were brought 
on the table. The sight of a cat makes a 
parrot say ‘ mew,” as the sight of a train 
a child say ‘‘ puff, puff.” Dr, Wilkes con- 
cludes by remarking that the differences be- 
tween animals and children are much slight- 
er than are the explanations which, on the 
assumption of instinct in one case and rea- 
son on the other, we put upon them, and 
suggests that the chief difference between 
man and animals is to be found in the small- 
ness of knowledge of the fine arts possessed 


PURE 


HOLLAND GIN. 


Ww* have just received, DIRECT from 


Messrs, JOHN D. KUYPER & SONS, 
Rotterdam. Holland, 


our usual Spring consigament of their cole« 
brated 


HOLLAND GIN. 


The Gin manufactured by Messrs, John De- 
Kuyper & Sons sTiLu reratya the reputation 
gained many ycars ago of being the best and 
runest article of the kind. The best evidence 
of this is the fact that it commands the moH- 
¥sT PRICK in the leading wholesale markets of 
the world. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Gnocens Anp 
Woe Mexonanrs. 


CITY TIN SHOP, 


No. 351, Front Strect, Belleville, 


In Tan Stone Formerzy occvriep by THE 
Lare E. Cuanpier, Drvaaist. 


8. STOCKER & 60., 
Tin, Sheet Lron and Coppersmiths, 


ae subscribers beg to announce to the 
inhabitants of Belleville and adjoining 
country, that they have opened a Shop at the 
above address. Parties wanting work done 
in our line will find it to their advantage to 
give us acall, as we use none but first class 
stock; we do our own work and guarantee 
satisfaction. 


“" 


by the latter. —London Lancet, 


even by the mimic heroism of the stage. Tho 
belief, howover, that the mass of tho Paris- 
inns are heroes the siege signally disposed, 
There were four hundred thonsand National 
Guards under arms; but they literally did 
nothing notable except capture Bourget, and 
that was taken from thom tho next day. To 
anybody who knows the statistics of conacrip- 
tion i: France this result is not at all surpris, 
ing. The physical examination of all young 
Frenchmen, in order to test their fitness for 
military service, enables the authorities to 
ascertain precisely the influence of city air and 
city habits on the constitutions of successive 
generations of men, In the rural departments 
of France there aro four conscripts rejected 
as unfit for every ten healthy recruits en- 
rolled ; while in Paris fourteen aro rejected 
as unfit for every ten accepted. This weak- 


Be in Readiness, 


All bee keepers that are worthy of the 
name have their hives in readiness for 
swarms. We've known persons who owned 
eight or ten colonies of bees that made no 
proparsion for hiving them, and annually 

jost the greater part of their increase. 
While a salt-barrel was being emptied to 
receive them or the old pump was having 
a board nailed on top, the would-be rovers 
followed the advice of Horace Greeley, and 
emigrated West. Of course, it was very 
very little loss, for what is a colony of bees 
worth that are hived in an old pump ? They 
look interesting enough, going in and out 
of the spout ; but what benefit would a 
hundred colonies be in tobacco-buckets, 
salt barrels, &c, 1 They would gather just 
asmuch honey but it is in such a shape as 
to bo of very little value to its owner. . 

In all of the Northern and Middle States 
this month is the great swarming season, 


ness of Parisian physique coincides with in- 
tense mental susceptibility,and here aro some 
of the causes that give to the politics of the 
capital the characteristics of an intermittent 
fever attacking a weakly frame. There is at 
times intense excitement, spasmodic vigor, 
and high heat ; then reaction and relapso. 
Boys in body, women in excitability, men in 
mental power, the Parisians could fight aplen- 
didly for ten minutes behind a barricade, or 
die with an epigram on their lips, bat broke 
down when subjected to the trying ordeal of 
along siege. Much of the mercy extended 
to the Commune is traceable to a theory, not 
without justification, that a kind of political 
delirium posseased the people. The privations 
of the siege, the enforced seclusion, the entry 
of the Germans, the misfortunes of France 
shook mea’s souls, and they knew ‘not what 
they did, Still this very natural plea for 
lenity is not quite an argument for trusting 
them again. 

“Bat,” Frenchmen will say, ‘‘ this beauti- 
ful heroic city must not be insulted.” Their 
susceptibility to insult is an abiding character- 
istic of Parisian politics. ‘‘1f we do not fight 
Prussia after this,” wrote M. Emile Girardin, 
early in July 1870, ‘‘no lady in Europe will 
tak a Frenchman's arm ;” so to secure Europ, 
ean acceptance of French courtesy war was 
mado to the ory of ‘‘A Berlin!” Personifica- 
tion has a great offect in poctry ; but in poli- 
tics it is rather perilous, Why should Paris 
be one? Why should a city havea soul, or 
a conse of insult? A Legislature representing 
all France may naturally resent dictation from 
the chance intruders of a day, yet that was 
found impossible in 1848 and in 1871. In 
1871 Prince Bismark suggested to M. Jules 
Favre as one of the conditions of thoarmistice 
the disarmament of the Paris National Guard, 
because it might bo tempted to reject the 
final peace. ‘* fo,” noid M. Favro, ‘that 
would be to insult a population that during 
the siége has beon orderly and heroic,” Tho 
Communo was tho result, and a few months 
aftor at Voranilles M, Favre ‘tasked pardon 
from both God and man” for the error he had 
made. Once again Paris must not be ‘‘in- 
sulted,” let us hope that sho can now be moro 
safely trusted. 


That's the way They Used to do It. 


Witha thumb and finger on tho noso, a 
bright silver dime on tho table as a bribe, and 
the Castor Oil bottle in the other hand 
was tho way our mothor had to approach us 
when eho was about to attack a severe cane of 
colic that had tied our littlo intestines in 
Knots. ‘Those days, and that scone, como no 
to us, neither will our little onos ever 
havo to tread the rough path their parents 
trod in their childhood. Now we take Scorr 
& Bowne's PALATABLE Castor O16 as com 
placently as we do condensed milk, and it is 
juat about as choap—26foonts a bottle. 


more 


one 


1 that we aro a Oe) o 
0! noyance and treat with o 
sevondingniegleos too often proves to bo the 
rood sown for an inevitable harvest —Consumr- 
q1on. Immodiate and thorough treatment in 
our only safeguard. A teaspoonful of Robin« 
1, Phoaphorised Lmulsion of Cod Liver Oil 
en Lai te r Phosphate Vf Lime given whenever 
with Lacto. Fr ablenonie,Will afford immediate 
the count presorved in will effect a cure 

tho mont obstinate cares a 
ololy by J. H. Ronison, Pbar- 


A Siionr Cono 


F ‘opared rT 


and hives and surplus boxes will be in de- 
mand. A step-ladder that will not wiggle 
and totter, and is not liable to land the 
apiarist and his hiving utensils, bees and 
all, in a heap, is desirable. A saw for the 
cutting off of branches of trees, bee-hat and 
gloves, should be ready for business. If 
the farmer who only keeps a few stocks 
would provide his children with the neces- 
sary implements for bee culture, he and his 
boys and girls would soon be interested in 
this delightful science, and Nature’s purest 
and choicest sweet adorn his table, in lieu 
syrups. 


swarm!” ‘The ox knoweth his owner and 
know where they are well treated. When 
bees are hived, if these few simple rules are 
observed, few colonies will desert their 
owner, : 

Never put a swarm of bees into a hive 
that has been standing in the sun. If com- 
pelled to use one of this kind, dash in 
sevoral buckets of cold water, until it is 
cool. 

Never let a swarm stand where they 
clustered, until the scouts that have been 
sont out to find ahome return; but place 
it, as soon as practicable, whero it is to re- 
main. 

Never put a newly-hived colony in the 
sun, but in a shady place; and do not let 
the sun shine directly on the hive at any 
hour of the day for tho first few days. 
We've known of a swarm leaving the day 
after they were hived because the hot 
morning sun was beaming upon them. 

Some apiarists recommend puttinga frame 
of unsealed larva into the hive to prevent 
a colony absconding, a8 bee seldom desert 
the brood; but this is not always practicable 
where many boes are kept, and seldom 
necessary when bees are put into cool,cloan 
hives, with plenty of ventilation and neod- 
od shade. 

Our pot way of hiving a swarm is to havo 
tho hive in readiness and placed where it is 
to remain, with the inverted cover, which 
hasa smooth, planed surface, placed in 
front, to put tho bees upon, As soon as 
tho beos have clustered, cut off the limb 
and carry it to tho hive, laying it down on 
the cover. Itis thon a rare treat to sit by 
them and spoon them into tho entrance, all 
tho while tolling them what gauzy wings 
they have and such nimble foot. But boes 
do not always cluster upon a limb that the 


owner is able or willing to cut off. A hivo 
is sometimes placed upon a sheet, and tho 
bees shaken down upon it or rattled into 


a dish-pan or basket and poured in front of 
tho hive. Lf bees cluster upon tho body of 
a tree orona fence, they can be driven 
with amoke into a box or basket. 

Some persons claim that they can teach 
thoir boos where to cluster. Itis well to 
‘prove all things and hold fast to that 
which ja good,” and, as it is so easily tried, 
why not commence tho school | Mako a ball 
of boca by stringing them with needle and 
throad, lotting o fow strands hang loose, 
and fasten it whero wo wish tho bee 
cluster ; ora black hat or stocking might 
bo made to answer the same purposs.— 


Mrs. DL. Harrison, in Praivie Farmer, 

The watora along tho const of Alaska aro 
anid to toom with codfish of oxcellont 
quality. Tho banks, no doubt, oxtond off 


of burnt sorghum and poisonous corn- 


We've often asked ; “What do you do to 
keep your bees from running off when they 


the ass his master’s crib,” and eyen bees 


TINW ARH, | 


as good as the best, and cheap as the cheapest. 

_JoOBBING neatly and cheaply. done by expe- 
rienced workmen. Eavetroughi: fing, 
Plumbing, Bell-hanging, Steam ‘and Gas fitting 
a SPECIALTY. 


Note the place, 351 Front Street, 

one door above Tickell’s Furniture Store, 
8. STOCKER & Co. 

Belleville, April 29, dtt 


Encourage Native Industry. 
To Marble Dealers, Furniture 
Dealers, Plumbers, &c, 
ORs to extensive additions to my Fao 

tory of the latest improved machinery, 

am now prepared to furnish all kinds of Mar- 
ble and Granite work at greatly reduced prices. 
First quality Marble tops for Furniture and 
Plumbers’ usey 60c. per foot—old price 90c,— 
and a like reduction on all other kinds of mar- 
blo work. 

My Iyrerxarionar Scorou Granite, both 
Red and Grey, has almost entirely superseded 
the Aberdeen Granite, both in this country 
and the United States. The columns for the 
interior of the new State House at Albany are 


now being made of it, at my factory. . 
Send for designs, prices and sample of stone. 


R. FORSYTH, 
International Scotch Granite Works, 
10;3m.alt Montreal, 


$20,000 in Prizes. 


THREE WEEKS 
Agricultural and Industrial 
Exhibition at Toronto, 
From the Ist to 19th Sept'r; 1879. 


TO BE OPENED BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE COVERNOR 
CENERAL AND H,R H. THE PRINCESS LOUISE. 


$20,000 3% PRIZES for Agricaltu- 
’ 


ral, Horticulturaland Daii 
Products, Implements, Machinery, and | 
kinds of Manufactures, Fine Arts and Ladies’ 
work, &e., &o, 
Cheap Rates and Excursions on all the Rail- 
way and Steamboat lines, 
Entries close first week in August. 
Prize List and forms of Entry now atk 
Grand Band competition, Boat races, Dog 
show, Illumination of the City, and other at- 
tractions, during the Exhibition, 
JAS. McGEE, 
Manager and Treas. 
J. J, WITHROW, 
President, 
H. J, HILL, 
Secretary. 
Toronto, July 10th, 1879, 60 


Notice to Creditors. 


N pursuance of Chapter 107, Seo. 34 Ro- 
I vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is hereby 
given, that all Creditors and other persons 
having any debt or claim upon or affecting in 
any way the stato of 


HDMONDS CBANDLER, 
Into of tho City of Belloville, in the County of 
Hastings, in the Province of Ontario and Do- 
minion of Canada, Chemist and Druggist, de- 
ceased, who died on the 11th day of February 
1879, at said City of Belleville, aro hereby re- 
quired to send in full particulars of their and 
each of their claims to Lawrence Henry Hen- 
derson or James Glass, the Executors of tho 
last Will and Testament of said deceased, 
(Probato of said Jast will and Testament hay~ 
ing been granted to them on tho 27th day of 
Fobruary, 1879, by the Surrogate Court of the 
County of Hastinge), direoted to them or ono 
of thom, pout paid to their address, Poat Oftice 
box 93, Bellovillo, or left at the Law Office of 
L, H, Henderson, Esq., Metropolitan Block, 
North Campbell Streot, in aaid City of Belles 
villo, on or before the 15th day of Augus| 
1879, at tho expiration of which time the sar 
Executors will proceed to distribute tho asscta 
of the said deceased among the persons or par- 
ties entitled thereto, having regard to tho 
dobts and olaima only of which the said Exeo- 
u 


ra shall then have had notice ; and the said 
Sxecutors, under the provisions of the said 
Statute, will not bo liablo for tho assota #0 
distributed, to any person or partios of who 
dobt or claim sy shall not bave had nofice 
at tho time of such distril 


dtd Excontors of said deceas 


~BUSTOM HOUSE BLANKS. — 


shore beyond the threo miles line and may 


y y 
‘repere’ Chorint, St, John, N, B,, and for 
a oa git and General Dealore, Price 
i oe Ser bottle » six for $5.00, 


therefore be fished by British Columbians, 
by and by, when their numbers increase. 


FULL STOCK constantly on [hand « 
A thin offloa 


GEO, P. ROWELL & Co., The Mgdoo Mines, 
40 Panx Row, Naw Your, 


BY T. C, DEAN, 


D 

BATES, ‘nk Row, New Yor, 
E our Agonts in that city, and are aur 
thorized to contract for advertising at 


lowest ratos. 


(Paper No, 1.) 

A fow ovenings ago I mado ono of a party, 
who left the village of Madoo fora trip to the 
iron minos, some seven or eight miles up the 
track of the B, & N.H.R. After somo delay, 
caused by shunting &o,, the “special” train, 
whioh was to convey us tothe mining district, 
started, bearing us along through stretches of 
tempting raspberries and through fields of 
ripening grain, As thore wore sovoral dif. 
fioult grades to encounter, and as wo were in 


Daily Huteltigencer. 


RELLEVILLE, MONDAY, AUG. 4. 


, no particular hurry, our progress was slow, 
but finally we emerged from cultivated fields 
into tho stony rogion of the mines, I 
muat confess that as wo approached, the 
aceno, to mo at least, had no particular fascina- 
tion, for my eyos found nothing more attrac- 
tive than tho rudo stractures always to be 
on the amount of export duty placed ©M) fund in tho vicinity of minos, or tho grey 
raw sugar by somo of tho Woat India| -..45 which frowned upon us from either side 
Islands, as well as on tho price of the sugar, | of tho track. 
concerning which the Globe and other free- Our first stopplag p seo was at tho Pusey, 
trade organs have recently raised a char-| or to call it by its more familiar namo tho 
acteristic howl ;—‘* We believe that a good | Seymour mine, and as the train drow up in 
deal of misapprehension prevails on the | its vicinity I stopped therefiom with cousidor- 
subject of the mode adopted by the Gov- | ablo anticipation. My anticipation was but 
vernment of levying the ad valorem duty | momentary, however, for as I gazed upon this 
‘on raw sugar. [t cannot but atrike any | ™ne after clamboring upa small Bu, I ale, 
ono at first sight that, whon the Govorn- covered nothing that could SOLADY WAY ARO. 
has adopted a policy of encouraging called sensational, Unlike tho minos of 
mans bas adopted’ s poly Russia and Sweden, tho Soymour mino 
direct importation from the place of growth 


= consists entirely of a miniature open cutting 
waived the duty on packages and | (1. massive rock. Aa it is a new mino thero 


, other charges at tho port of shipment, it} 415 shafts, tunuols or gigantic levels to be 
would be only fair to deduct likewise tho | ;,,,o0ted; and, considering that the deopest 
export duty. akan deneh acaba part of tho cutting would not exceed ten or 
would operate most unfairly, inas twelve feot, tho most timid mortal can make 

export duties are an exception to the gen- | his explorations without danger to hia nervous 
eral rulo, and these duties have been re-| system. Tho vein, Which has the appoarance 
sorted to mainly because they have been | of being a very rich one, inclines towards the 
found to bo the most convenient mode of | horizon, andas it is perpendicular inshapo the 
loyying a taxon the proprietors of sugar | ore can be removed by the simple process of 
estates. In many of the British Colonies | drilling and blasting, As a picturesque or 
there is no export tax, but it would be a interesting mine as isa total failure, Pek thie 
) great mistake to draw the inforence that I presume, oe after” (yes, vory *‘ after”) 
* th consideration with the owners. As tho work 
the proprietors of sugar estates in those 0 : 
ant a just heavily, in | Prostesses, and the ore is removed from the 
bolonies are not taxed Just as 7 ve surface, it will be necessary to attack the 
other ways as those who aro subjected to 


. , | ¥Yein from below, and rude stops will be out 
an export tax. That tax forms an item in| + tor the manner of the Pittsburg mines. 


s pen! xf the peyduaien ee eres Sometimes these stops aredirect or descending 
much as the cost of labor, coal and other. | 114 are formed by cutting the ore from above, 
cidental expenses, and‘tho effect of deduct- | put owing to nA situation of the mine in 
ing it would simply be to place the proprie- | question the stops will be formed from below, 
tors in colonies which imposo export duties | or will, in other words be reverse, thus allow- 
on a better footing than those where no | ing the product to be carried away by means 
such tax isimposed. It is well understood | of a car situated at the lowest point of the 
that, as sugar is the staple article of export | jode. Although tho present excavation does 
in all tho tropical colonies, all those who | not extend over an area df more than six 

manufacture it have to compete in tho | hundred squaro foot, there is ovory rearon to 
markets of the world on precisely the same beliove that the vein runs a considerable dis- 
footing. In many of the colonics special tance farther and that ore can bo obtained 
taxes have been lovyied on the employers from a considerable depth. 

of labor to defray the cost of Indian and Mr. Pusoy, the present superintendent of 
Chinese immigration, 1t must be obvious the mine, is very roticont in regard to it and 
that if those who pay their share of such Fefased to give your correspondent any 

" cost in the shape of an export duty wore to information whatever in regard to ita present 


5 ‘ : ‘ orfuture, It was, however, ascertained from 
obtain a refund by introducing their sugar reliable sources that the ore, though requiring 


into a common market on ao favorable a hot furnace to smelt it, yields about 60 to 
terms than those who live in colonies | 7 por cent, and will for the present be ship- 
whore no such tax has been imposed, great | ped to the United States. 

\ injustice would be done. We have in the |" ‘Assoon asthe ladies had satisfied their 
foregoing remarks treated the question 481 curiosty in regard to this mino, wo again 
between one or two British Colonies which | jumped aboard and proceeded to the Moore 
impose export duties, but the Foreign Col-| mino or Bickford mine, further up the track. 
onies of Cuba and Porto Rico also 1Mpose) ‘The Moore mine differs wonderfully from 
them, and the effect of deducting tho ex-} the Pusey mine, It isnot a cutting, buta 
port duties from the invoice value would} deep well-shaped excavation, some 25 feet 

_ be to establish a differential duty against | deop, Tho ore, also, is different from the 
British, and in favor of Foreign Colonies, | Pusey ore, being quite soft, of a yellowish-rod 
and would, of course, lead to retaliation on | color, and easily smelted. Whon thoroughly 
the part of the former. Export taxes cer- | opened up, this mine will no doubt be a well 
tainly ought in no case to be deducted | Paying institution, and will, we think, turn 
from the value for dut ¢ out a superior class of iron. The vein, which 

is horizontal, grows richer as it grows deepor, 

__ Accrrrep.—The Montreal Witness says | 224 there is no telling how much iron may be 
“The Victoria Rifles, notwithstanding re- | ‘ken therefrom in tho fature, . 
ports to the contrary, have accepted the very | The Dufferin mine resembles somewhat the 


The Duty on Raw Sugar 


Tho Montreal Journal of Commerce gives 
the following Incid explanation of the 
reason why tho ad walorem duty Tt imposod 


pressing invitation of the Queen's Own of | Moore mine, and though somo distance from 


¥ 


Toronto, to visit that city and take part in | the railroad track is the best paying miuo of 
thoreview on the 9th of September. Efforts Shera” alle the Proprietors, however, are 
Will be made to raisoafand to defray the | “out te open another mine in a few days near. 
cost of transport—a loading feature will be er the railway line, concerning which I will 
4 series of grand military promenade con- aes Venn cubura pepe: 
“eertain the Victoria Rink, which will no SOMETHING ANOUT IRON, 

loubt be liberally patronized. Tho dates In the Academy of Design in France an 

fixed upon are the 14th and 28th inst. artist of some note has represented Evo cutting 


” Particulars will shortly appear.” the stem from the apple cre she presented it 
> c= to her sterner companion. As iron was not 


New Brice over rar Orrawa.—Tho | discovered until long after the discovery of 
Now Railway bridge for the Q. M. 0. & 0. bronze and other metals, we presume this 
Railway now being built over the Dttawa artist's knowledge of geology was slightly de- 
River by Mr. Beomer has by tho terms of | {tive The dato of tho first discovery of 
tho contract, to be completed by the first of iron is not exactly known, but as the metal 
January. The bridge starts on the Quebec has been found in considerablo quantities in 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1879. 


THE HAMILTON FIRE, 


Threo Mon Killed by the Falling 
of a Wall, 


Their Bodies not Recovered. 


A Fourth Man loses his life by the 
~~, Collapse of a Derrick. a 


HaAmitton August 2,—Last evening, abou 
ten o'clock, the dividing wall between MoIn- 
nos and Furnors fell in, and this morning the 
eastern wall facing John streot fell. Tho 
block is a complete rain. \The King atreot wall 
will have to be taken down, MolInnos block 
coat $150,000, insured for $85,000 ; 
was worth about $300,000, insured 5 
000. Furner, Livingstone & Co., stook, $40 


000 to $50,000, Sandford, Vail & Bioklo 
loss to buildings and stock estimated at $2 

000, stock insured as follows :—JAEtna, $10 
000 ; Phanix, 25,000 ; Lancashire, $10,000 
Scottish Imperial, $5,000 ; Weatern, $10,000 
Dominion, $5,000 ; Commercial Union, 

000 ; North British and Mercantile, $15,000 
Hartford, $5,000 ; Mercantile and Waterle 
25 000 ; National, $2,000; British Amoric 
$15,000 ; Royal, $5,0 

Royal Canadian, $5,000; § 

cial, $10,000 ; Canada Fire and Marine, $20, 
000; Liverpool, London and Globe, $19,000 
Imperial, $20,000 ;° Guardian, $20,000 ; 
Queen, $5.0€0 ; London Assurance Corpora- 
tion, $5,000 ; total. $286,000. The building 
was insured at follows :—Phanix, $5,000 ; 
North British, $4,000 ; othor companies, $10, - 
000 ; total $27,000. Tho Bank of Hamilton, 
Provident and Loan Association, and Merch- 
ants Bank, loso very little, chiefly office 
furniture, All the papers, books and securi- 
ties were saved, The vault of the Bank of 
Hamilton was opened this morning and its 
contents found in perfect order. Tho Colored 
Church is a total loss; insured for $2,000, 
valued at $25,000, Shortly after soven o'clock 
Messrs, Hennessy, C. Powell, Ogilvie, and 
John Rogers proceeded to open the vaults of 
the Ban of Hamilton; meantime James 
Avory, Wm, Seymour, and John Nabbs, in 
tho employ of the Gas Works, proceeded. to 
fix a goss pipe in McInnes’ building. At 7:30 
tho walls fell with a fearful crash, Honnessy 
and bis companion: ped with thir lives, 
Powell being stru Avory and his com- 
panions were buried in the ruins and havo not 
yot been recovered, 

Hamirronx, Aug. 2.—The city is in a per- 
fect fever of excitement to-day, and thou- 
sands of persons visited the ruins of yester- 
day's fire, which present a dreary appear- 
ance. Shortly after seven o'clock this 
morning the great wall on tho eastern side 
of McInnes’ block, John street, fell in with 
a tremendous crash, leaying the space 
occupied by the block vacant, with only 
the front wall standing, This circumstance 
added considerably to the agitation exist- 
ing among the people, more especially as 
tho report was made that three men were 
buried in the debris, Their names are 
James Ivory, William Seymour and John 
Nibbs, in the employ of the Gas Works. 
They were working at the gasometer in 
which there was a leak, when without ay 
warning tho wall fell and buried underneat! 
it the unfortunate men. The bodies have 
not yet been recovered. All threo were 
married men, and Seymour leaves a large 
family. 

Hasurron, Aug. 3.—The scene of Fri- 
day's fire was visited by crowds of persons, 
there not being les® than two thousand 
present at anytime during the day, and 


2 7 ‘the pyramids at Thobes, it must haye been in 
side, n r : ip 
» near the Aylmer road crossing, and use some 3,000 years previou to the Christian 


era. In these tombs pictures of men sharpen- 
ing their knives prove conclusively that iron 
was used by the Egyptians duringthe reign of 
Pharaoh--the shape of the knives demonatrat- 
ing that they were not constructed of atono or 
wood. Tho anciont Spartans used it for their 
coin, and Homer has alluded to it in his 
poctical compositions. During the first seven 
centuries, A. D., iron or its uso was not an 
important subject of consideration, but in the 
years A. D. 800, and A. D. 900 mines were 
discovered and opened up in the southern part 
of Sweden and the south-western portion of 
the continent of Europe. It came into such 
immediate and successful uso among tho 
Britains that in A, D. 1000 its use and manu- 
facture was a popular theme in the north, but 
it was not, however, until near the present 
contary that iron mining becamo identified 
with America. Previous to A. D. 1800 au- 
thracite coal was not used, and charcoal was 
the soul facility for reduction, but after that 
date the former was tried with success, and 
ever sinco has used for smelting purposes, 
Tron was known to oxist in the American 
colonies provious to A. D, 1700, but an Act of 
the British Parliamont forbidding tho ocroo- 
tion of rolling or smelting works in the colo- 
nies damponed all the ardor for iron mining 
aud iron manufacture, To-day we enjoy tho 
blensings and priviloges this most usoful of all 
metals can give us; and let mo tell you, 
reader, they aro not few, 
___ 


* reaches the Ontario side near the Canada 
Central Railway engine house. 1t is pro- 
bable that a union depot will bo built here, 
The total superstructure is 2,050 fect. and 
thero aro twelve spans of 150 fect and one 
of 250 feet. The superstructare will be of 

m. Clarke Reeves & Co. have the con- 
tract. 


GexMANY AND THE VaTIcAN.—Tho an- 
- nouncement is comfirmed that a modus 
vicendi has been arranged between the 
Vatican and Prince Bismarck, and that 
only the question of signatures remains to 
be settled. Monsignor Roncotti, the now 
Papal Nuncio to Bavaria, oxpected at Kis- 
f#engen shortly, will beara draft schome, the 
dotails of which will substantially agree with 
the decision the German Government com- 
municated to tho Vatican, with the addition 
that the May Laws shall not only be sus- 
pended, but ultimately revised. Both Ger- 
many and the Vatican agree to such a 
revision. 


; 


— 

No Jon.—Mr. ©. R. Tuttlo of the Win- 
nipeg Times, denies in a letter to the Citizen 
that there could have been any job in con- 
nection with the sale of Dominion lands in 
Manitoba. He says :—‘* When the Domin- 
ion Governmont decided to change the routo 
of the Oanada Pacific Railway from tho 
north to the south of Lake Manitoba, tho 
Winnipeg land office was directed to with- 
draw from homestead and preemption all 
lands within five miles of cithor side of the 
fourth base line, Sincothat time lands both 
Within and outside of the limits have beon 
offered for sale, only on condition that the 
price per acte would be afterwards tixed by 

tie Government. In other words, tho pur- 
chat of Dominion lands in the North- 
West Catd but deposit his one dollar por 
acre, #616) i5 location and await tho pub- 
lication of "sexy regulations, boforo ho 
could aacertoin ty cog,’ 


—Thero is no Nowe Winnipeg of Lieu- 


Divonce Caxe.—A cable deapatch to the 
Mail from London on August lst says ;— 
“ Tho trial of the divorce suit brought by 
the Rey. Dr. Newman Hall, against his 
wifo,was continued to-day. Yosterday Dr, 
Hall gave a most revolting account of the 
alloged guilt of his wife, and madoa num- 
ber of most shocking statomonta respecting 
her. ‘To-day Mra, Hall went into the wit- 
nena box and most emphatically doniod that 
she over had boon unfaithful to horhusband, 
and that any of tho charges against hor 
woretruo, Sho thon proceeded to bring 

against him, and awore he 
guilty of criminal intercourse 
with n Miss Wyatt, The case continues to 


tenant-Governor Macdolyy javin, hed 
Crone Lake yot. : wane 


excite greatinterest in nonconformist cir- 
oles here, 


frequently as many as twice that number. 
‘The excitement was rendered the more in- 
tense when it was learned that another life 
had been lost this morning inan effort to 
recover the victims of yesterday's disaster. 
Last night afewmen were occupied in 
clearing away tho debris from the spot 
where it was supposed the bodies of the 
three men were buried,and about 11 o'clock 
a derrick was brought to John atreet by 
Mr. W. Hannock, who had accepted the 
contract for clearing the space. Jas. Han- 
nock, a brother of the contractor, who was 
most assiduous in his efforts to facilitate 
tho work inhand and being anxious that 
the derrick should be in good order by}tho 
morning, when extra mon were engaged’to 
work upon it, in enclesyorite to carry out 
his intention was accidentally killed. At 
five o'clock this morning he found, when 
testing the working of the hoist, that it was 
stiff, and ascended the boom to which the 
rope is suspended. for the purpose of oiling 
the wheel. In doing this, the fixture col- 
lasped, throwing him a distance of twenty 
feet against one of the sharp coping stones, 
which penetrated the forehead, exposing 
the brain, and leaving a deep opening over 
the left eye about two inches in length. 
‘Vhe unfortunate man was at once removed 
to his residence, Locomotive street, where 
in three minutes he died. 


News Oondensed. 


Wm. McLelland, was drowned at Brace- 
brig,, “the 3rd inst., while bathing. 

—A folwind and rain storm prevailed 
the vicinity of Bobcaygecn on the 2nd inst., 
doi a good deal of damage. 

—During July, 1,388 immigrants reached 
Toronto, of which tho great majority settled 
in Ontario, 

—It is said that Sitting Bull was in the re- 
cont Indian fight with Gen. Miles’ forces, and 
that he ran away. 

—A despatch from Winnipeg says that the 
Sioux in Wood Mountain are restless, and 
trouble is feared, 

—A terrific storm occurred throughout 
England on the 3rd inst., and did immense 
damage. 

—An excursion to Manitoba and roturn is 
being arranged at Ottawa by a number of pro- 
minent citizens, 

—The infant son of Jas, Kilgour, Montreal, 
fell from » window on the 1st inst, a distanco 
of 25 feet and was killed. 

—The U. C. Bible Society is about to ap- 
point a now goneral agent. There are twonty- 
five applicants for the position. 

—It has been announced in St. Petersburg 
that tho troops of the 40th division at Saratoff 
have been ordered to Turkestan, 

—A Vienna despatch rays the excitement 
at Constantinople is so great that the Sultan 
is in constant fear that he will be suporneded: 

—The thermometer indicated 98" at New 
York on the 3rd inst. Twelve cases of sun- 
stroke occurred in that city and Brooklyn 
‘Two casoa in Brooklyn wero fatal. ; 

—Atire on tho 2nd inst. in Ponctan™ 
guishone totally destroyed Messrs. C. Bock & 
Co.'s lamber mill ahd lumber, of which there 
was o largo quantity on hand. 

~—Telegrams from Stockholm announce 
that the steamor Voga, with the Arctic ex- 
plorer Nordonskjold on board, has bocn frood 
from ice and nafely passed Behring strait, 

The Napance Standard says that Mr. 
Hugh Henry, of that place,has a heifer, fifteon 
months old, which last week gave birth to 
twin calves. Thn heifor promises to develop 
into » good mileh cow. 

Tho outward-bound Dominion Lino SS. 
Quebec shipped at Lovin yestorday 714 shoop 
and 51 hoad of cattle ; 450 of the shoop were 
Purchase! in different adjoining parishos and 
are bound for France, being tho first shipment 
of live stock to that country. 

An old peusioner named Simpson, living 
on York street, Toronto, committed suicide 
on tho 2nd inst, by taking a doso of Pari 
greon. Ho was of intomporate habits, and 


left a lotter saying he was tired of lif, 


Tho River Disaster: 


p ore THE 


ALL THE BODIES O¥ THOSE DROWN! 
TOUCHING 


STEAM YACUT REOOVEKKD—A 
SCENE. 
(From the Kingston Whig.) 

Tho diligent search mado by many for the 
bodies of those drowned on the yacht Jose- 
phine, on Thuraday, was rowarded Inst even- 
f 1 by the recovery of two of the missing 
bodics,Mrs. Berkalew and Miss Borkalow, who 
woro recovered at 6:15 o'clock last evening. 
Tho scene was a touching one. Mother and 
daughter wore clasped in each other's arms, 
having apparontly embraced in their despair, 
and sank and diod in that position. When 
rained to the surface Mr, Borkalow stood on 
tho dook, and tho firat glimpse of them led to 
a perfect outbreak of emotion. Ho wept 
bitterly, and wailed and ori “that’s my 
wifo, and that’s my Kittio. There were 
tears in many eyes, and tho largo number of 


persona who assembled deeply sympathized | hy Roy, Dr. 
T o'clock, p. m. 


with him in his bereayoment. 

At 9 o'clock this morning the body of Mre. 
Parcells, were gri 
Cummings Rat Sylvester Johnston. 
body was not disfigured, 

Later tho other two bodies were found, so 
that all are now in possession of friends. The 
yacht is still on the bottom,and there is little 
concern whother it be left there or not. Tho 
evidence ia sufficient to show the mismanage: 
ment of the Josephine, and what may be said 
of her will apply to several other steam yachts 

lying between the camp ground and the ad- 
joining villages, 
THE LOST PASSENGERS. 
‘The Binghampton Leader has the fo 


ing : 

Kies. Borkalow, tho wife of Jehial Bor- 
kalow, is a sister of Mr. John Emmons, 
Kirkwood, and has lived in that place for 
many years. She hasa largopumber of friends 
and acquaintances both in Kirkwood and 
here. Her husband is in partnership with 
Mr. Baytreas, of this city, in the manufacture 
of acids at Rossville. 

Mins Kittie Berkalew, her daughter, was 
between thirteen and fourteen years, She 
way a favorite in tho family and community. 

Mrs. S. 8. Boswick was a nieco of tho lato 
Colonel Tewis, and resided with her mother, 
Mrs. Palmer, at Kirkwood. 

Mrs, Henry Purcells reside’ at No. 24, 
Murray Stroot, in Binghamton,’ She was 
the daughter of Henry Green, and moved with 
her parents to this city about 20 years ago 
from Conklin. Mr. Parcells is of the harness 
manufactory on Washington Street—Purcells, 
Mack & Nicholl. She was well known hero. 

Miss Pollock, aged about 40, for the past 

ear has been keeping house and transacting 
oatniaa for Mr, A. 5S, Sexton, Milburn, to 
whom she was related. Sho was formerly 
from New York. 


The 


Escape From Gaol. 


Two Horse Thieves Nearly Hi 
a Turnkey and Succeeded in 
Getting Free, 
A REWARD OFFERED FOR THEIR RECAPTURE, 
Naranxx, Aug. 3 —About 6:30 this morn- 
ing as Mr, Clark, the turnkey at the gaol, 
was cleaning up the rooms of two prisoners 
confined there waiting trial for horse aiaetior 
he was turned upon and beaten by bot! 
prisoners. Their names are William Detlor, 
of Tamworth, and James Wagar, of Napanee. 
Both are young and athletic men, and 
they soon overpowered the turnkey and in- 
flicted injuries upon him that may prove 
serious. They choked him until blood issued 
from his cars, and after rendering him insen- 
sible tied him down. ‘There being no other 
person in the gaol but Mrs. Aishton, the 
gaoler’s wife, they threatened her with bodily 
lojury if she interfered. Thoy fivally made 
‘ood their escape without either hatsor coats, 
he gaoler is at present on a trip to the 
Thousand Islands, and the turnkey was loft 
in charge alone. The sheriff has offered $100 
for their arrest, but their recapture is con- 
sidered extremely doubtful, as they both un. 
derstand the lay of the country well for 
miles around. 


FIRE IN MADOC. 


Manoc, Aug. 4,—Yesterday afternoon, at 
4 o'clock, a fire broke out in a frame dwelling 
owned and occupied by Mr. Horace Seymour. 
Owing to a. strong breeze prevailing at tho 
time, the tire spread so rapidly that nothing 
atall worth mentioning was saved. Causo 
not definitely known. Loss on house and 
contents about $1,300 ; covered by insurance 
to theamount of $500. 


The Hastings Loan & Investment 
Society, Capital $260,000. 


SAVINGS BANK DEPARIMENT. 
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS. 


ul Ret above Society is now prepared to ro- 
coive deposits at the rate of 6 per cont. 
per annum, for any period, and payable on 
demand. 

All investments in this Society are secured 
by mortgage on Real Estate, which aftords to 
Sepomests tho best possible security for the 
safety of their deposit. 

The office will be opened from 7 to 9 p. m. 
on Saturday evenings for the convenience of 
the public. 

Sumas of one do)lar and upwards received on 
deposit for which interest will be allowed at 


Bridge St. Methodist Church, 


appled by Meanrs. Walter | wrrisit, of Hamilton, 


Grand Organ Concert 


lecture room at 7 o’olock, and at 8:30 the 


MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. 


THE STEAMER TRANSIT 


Will make an Exoursion on 


Monday Evening, August 4th, 
leaving her wharf at 8 o'clock. 

The Oddfellows’ Band will furnish Music, 

‘Tickets, 25cta. 74,36 


THE SERVICES 


IN CONNECTION WITH 


RE-OPENING 


ILL take place on SUNDAY next, Aug. 
3rd. ppeast Sermons will be delivered 
JAQUES, at 11 o'clock, a, m, and 


Masio will be conducted by Prof, Henny | ,, 


ON MONDAY EVENING, A 


PEACH FESTIVAL 


WILL BE GIVEN. 

Peaches and cream will be served in the 
musical part of the programme will commence, 
HENRY WHISH - - ORGANIST. 


The programme will consist of selections 
from the most celebrated masters. 


Admission to Festival and Concert 35 cents. 
YROCKEDS FOR ORGAN ¥OND. 


AUCTION SALE 


HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 


AM instructed dy Mrs. George Logan to 
sell at her residence, Cedar Street, West 
Belleville, on 
Tuesday, August 5th, 
All the Furniture and Household 
Effects, 
CONSISTING OF 
Parlor, Dining Room, Kitchen anil Bedroom 
Furniture, Bedding, Bedsteads, Car- 
pots, Kitchen Utensils, Cook- 
ing and other Stoves, 
and gsneral 
Userot Hovsenoip SunpRizs. 
a@ Sale at 10, a, m. 
R, PURDY, 


Auctioneer, 
3td 


Aug. 1. 


Consolidated Bank Bills, 


I WILL take the above Bills at Par—in 
ment of subscriptions to the new 
Tabernacle, and College Endowment Fund. 
a BORINSON; 


reasurer, 
Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


% 
ORDER YOUR GLOTHING. 
ConsolidatedBankBills 


AT PAR, 
AT GRAWAM'S. 
Just Received, 


AUREOLINE 


PHARMACY. 


JAMES CLARKE & C0. 
CHEAP WHITE SHIRTS. 


Only 75 Cents Each, 


worth far more money. 


CALL AND SEE THEM. 


Perspective is necessary. 
the natural position of our pictures— 


the rate of 6 per cent. per annum, 
J. P, OC PHILLIPS, 


Seoretary. 
Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


79d1m 


TENDERS. 


SSNDsES will be received up to 


Thursday, the 7th August, 


inst., at 4 o'clock, p. m., for the 


BUILDING OF ASTONH WALL 


in rear of No, 2 Firo Engine House, to the 
height of tho first floor of the said Engine 
Houve. Wall to be laid in water-limo, to high 
wator mark. 

Tenders to stato, so much per perch, fur- 
nishing all materials, 

Tho lowest, or any tender, not necessarily 


accepted. 
JAMES Sr, CHARLES, 
Chairman Fire Committee, 
Belleville, Aug. 4th, 1879. + 3td 


Glasgow Warehouse, ~ 
CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 


ST Received, a lot of 


New Patterns, 


Very Cheap. 
60c., 65c., and %5c. per yard, 
Please call and seo them. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


JUST RECEIVING, 


FRE Instalments of our 


FALL GOODS. 


PAGIFIG RAILWAY TENDERS, 
Fish-plate Bolts, & Spikes. 


YENDERS will bo received by tho undor- 
signod until noon of WEDNESDAY, tho 
20th day of AUGUST, for the supply of 35 
tons of Fish-plate Bolts and Nuts, and 700 
tons of Railway Spikes, 

Terdora must bo on the printed form, 
which, with all other information, may bo had 
at tho Pacifico Railway Enginecr’s Offices, in 
Ottawa, 


As usual, we aro first in tho market. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 
TOUST RECHIVHD 


A CONSIGNMENT OF 


CHARLES TURNER'S 
Celebrated 


VARNISHES. 
C 


ket. 


F, BRAUN, 
Soorotary, 


Department of Railways and Canals, 
Ottawa, 30th July, 1879. 
ne asap 
FOR SALH- 
A. VACANT LOY for salo,—No, 2, Woat 
LA. ride of Yeomans and south aide of Wil- 
kine Stroots. Addrogs 


ARRIAGE MEN will find these Var. 
nishes to be the Bost Valuoin the mar- 


TURNER'S VARNISHES 


SUSTAIN A 
HIGH POLISH, 


vory durablo,and dries in from 10 to 12 hours, 
To pkgs, : 1 ga. , Lqt 
Se NEST Shy HA SABETY) 


A, RYAN, 
No, 65, Metoalf Strevt, 


d6t Ottawa, Ont, 


HT ON THE SUBJECT. 


OUR OPERATING ROOMS 


RE acknowledged by al 
pictures can be scour 


ll to be the finest in tho Dominion. 
ed of children instantaneously. 0 
‘How quick you take thom; the last time I sat it took four times 


‘The light is so arranged that 
ur customers remark daily,— 
as long.” . 


“Position is Everything.” 


To understand tho right and oas: it 
> 7 This only the 


ition of your subject, a knowledge of Drawing and 


Artist eyo can supply. Wo 
‘a close inspection of which is invited. 


Wo please our patrons in 


We Invent----we copy no one. 


Ladios wishing to havo their Photos taken in 
ooms, and a Isdy assistant in attendance. 
Appointments are sometiinos necessary. We 


will bo sot apart for sitting, 


fall dreas, will find elegantly fitted dressing 
give card at our Studio, stating what time 


Miniatures made on porcelain, ivory, or paper (and finished in water colors), for Lockets, 
Enlargements made from any kind of pictures, finished in crayon, ink, or colors, 


N. BR, —Operating done by our Mr. D,, late of the Notman Studio. 


For Sale ov to Het. 


, Twenty-five words under this head 25 cents first 


insertion. Each additional insertion 10 cts. 


R SALE, the yacht ‘Minnie A.,” 44 

tons measurement, with all her canvas 

and gear complete. For terms and other par- 

ticulars apply to Mrs, Addison, OTRAS 
it 


Al LET, the whole or a portion of the 
threo story atone factory, 40 {tx 60 ft, 
on Coleman street. Power is supplied by a 
30-horse power steam engine. Apply to IL 
A. THomrsox, on the prem 
Relleville, Joly 4, 1879, tt 
O Let, a Confectionery Shop and Bakery, 
_ fully equipped, situated east end of lower 
bridge, Rent moderate, For i ap- 
ply to B. Truaiseh, Helvctian Hotel.  248tf 


TS Let, by the year or month, the premises 
Jately occupied by the Canadian Bank of 
Commerce, on east side of Front Street, Belle- 
ville, next door to the Glasgow Warehouse. 

ly to Denmark & Noxrunvr, Barristers, 


par Our Exceepinory Low Prices wit Continue UNTIL rortien Norice.“Gy 


KA Ett 


Great Clearing Sale 
A. E. FISH & co's. 


Remnants of Shirting. 
Odds and Ends of Ties, 
Collars,| Caffs, &«., &c, 


Underclothing, Socks, 


And all kinds of summer goods at tly 
reduced prices. F Le 
A. E. FISH & CO., 


Shirt Manufacturers & Gents’ 
260 Front Street. 


Just Received, 


7X S. 8. “Trent,” from Messrs. Blanken- 
heijm & Nolet, Rotterdam, Holland, 
a consignment of their 


CELEBRATED FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL 


Ap 
Balleville. 


For Two Days, 


CONSOLIDATED BANK BILLS 


TAKEN AT PAR 


FOR 


GOODS. 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


TO EXCURSIONISTS. 


EXCURSION PARTIES 


] vests to visit the beautiful Village 
of CAMPBELLFORD during the season, 


will do well to consult 


Mr. T. Blute, Proprietor of the 


Windsor Hotel, 
as ho purposes extending the same privili 


visited him, viz: 
ror Dancrnc, anp Music Hari 


will accommodate one thousand persons, 
Hotel Accommodations 
second to none in the Province, 
T, BLUYE, 


Proprietor. 
Campbellford 30, 1879. 


SEMI-ANNUAL 


SALE. 


(Cho on Wednesday 
July, wo will offer for sale the 


consisting of 

Cottons, 

Linens. 

Dress Goods, 

Carpets, 

Oil Cloths, 

Shirtings, 
&o,, &o. 


Geo. Ritchie & Co. 


July £4, 1879, 


Truthfulness and Fair Deal- 
ing is Our Motto, 
Ov R work recommends itself. 


Our cheap prices are acooptable these hard 
times, Our 


$6 Cabinets are still $3 per doz. 
$3 Extra Cards $1.50 
in order 


Engagoments will please be 
to save confusion, as wo are a rf 
7 A. BROOK , 


Photographers. 
279 Fronr Sr. 


to others as he has to those who have alicaay, 


in case of unfavorable weather, free—which 


dim 


the 16th 
its 
of Summer Stock at greatly reduced prices, 


GENEVA GIN, 


IN WOOD, 
AND CRYSTAL BOTTLES, (gold labels), 
Which I will sell cheap for cash, wholesale 


and retail. 
WESLEY BULLEN, 
Importer. 
June 17, 1879. 


ICE CREAM. 


Choicest in the City, can be had by 

the pint, quart, or and sent to 

any part of the City, and sold as low asat any 
other establishment, - 


STRAWBERRIES 


RECEIVED DAILY. 
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples, 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 


SODA WATER FOUNTAIN in full blast 
with all the finest Syrups. 


J. S. CROTHERS. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner, 
Belleville, June 10, 1879. 


DIRECT IMPORTATION 


or 


| FINE BRANDY. 


UR Spring Importation of Fi 
Orenis, ret iene 


Messrs, J. & F. MARTELL, 
Cognac, France, 


Grounds PRovIDED, PLatrorM ERecrep | is now arriving, in 


CASKS AND CASES. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers AND 
Wrxe Mercranrts. 


BEDROOM SETS: — 


UST received, direct from tho English 
; poe eae a large and varied assort- 
ment o: 


COLORED BEDROOM SETS, 
ranging in price fro! 75 t0$\5 each. Those 
are of fresh pet per hel oy 
lent quality, 

F, H. ROUS & Co, 

Belleville, July 24, 1879. 


EXCURSION 


PER STEAMER 


ALBXAN DRA, 
(CAPT, SMITH) z 


SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 9TH. 


and every Saturday Hvening until 
further notice, 


Will leayo Bellovillo at 7:20, for a sail around 
tho Bay, roturning to Belleville at 10 
o'clock and Tronton at 11:30, 


TICKETS 28 CENTS EACH. 
Partios who desire an afternoon excursion 
can loaye Belleville a€ 4:30 p,m. sharp, return: 
ing at 7:30. Tickets 25 cents, children 10 
cents, oa can be obtained if Same 
47 


‘MONEY TO LOAN, 


RIVATE Monoy at lowest rates, fn sume 
to suit borrowers, 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 


Ag 
ae 


Coe Corver Bridgo and Front Ste IMaw 


TRAVELLERS’ GUIDE, 
GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE, 


June 9, 1879, 
@ ING AEST, 
No, 2, Day Fe pres 
No, 4; Moruing E 
2 _ No. 8, Mixed. 
Onger, 


BELLEVILLE AND NORTH HASTINGS 
RAILWAY, 


, Leaves Madoo.. 
Arrive in Belleville 

Leave Belleville 

Arrive in Madoo. . 5: 

‘Trains are run by Montreal 


STAGE ROUTES. 


of tho oxcuraionists went to see the 
Deaf and Dumb Institute, but wore disap- 
pointed, as the pupils were away sponding 
the holidays, The start from Bolleville 
was at 5 p.m. The homeward trip proved, if 
possible moro enjoyable than that up the 
Bay, and Kingston was reached at 11;30,all 
on board apparently woll satisfied that 
everything had been done which could ren- 
dor the trip enjoyable.” Couldn't the 
correspondent come down justa little on 
that dust? 


MORNING DESPATGHES. 


Lonvon, Aug. 4.—A torrifio storm ooourred 
throughout England yeatorday, causing im- 
monso damag 

Anany, N. Aug, 4.—Farly this morn- 
ing Davis’ feed store and Beodell’s residence, 
and othor dwellings at Groen Bush, wore 
burned. Loss $10,000, 

Puymourn, Pa, Aug. 4.—MeSweeny, while 
trespaasing upon tho property of John R. 
assaulted by Jones 


Jonos, on Saturday, w 
and also by dogs, MeSweony cannot live. 
Cuxvrrmey, Pa., Avg. 4—Arthur Rood, 
a wealthy farmer near this place, was found 
hanging under a cross-beam in his barn on 


Hecwers ror the 167 Barrarroy,— 
Tho now helmots for tho 15th Battalion, 
ordered a short time ago from the mékors 
in London, England, havo arrived. They Monday last ; near by waa a shingle on which 
are of much tho samo shapo as thoso pro-| ho had written his will, Ho had not lived 
cured for the City Companies of the 49th, happily with his wifo, 


but the chainsand ornamentation are of| Gnysren, N.Y., Aug. 4.—Mra. Margarot 


~ Stages loave tho principal hotela for the un-| silver plato instead of bronze, as in the | Kennedy, aged 69, alightly deaf, whilo walk- 


dormentioned places at the hours named: 
For Srmutno.—Daily, at § a, m., and2 p.m. 
Fon Mapoo,—Daily, at 2p, m. 
Ase Buiworwaren, Tweev, &0,—Daily, at 
Dr 
‘ou ‘TurNton,—Daily, at 3 p,m, 
For Picroy.—Daily, at 3 p.m. 
Tho stages arrive {n Belloville about noon 
each day, 


latter, By tho addition of the helmots the | ing on tho track of the Erie railway yostorday, 

uniform of the 15th is completed, and our | on her return from church, was struck by an 

city Battalion will hereafter present an ap- | engine and thrown to within a few foot of her 

pearance second to none, own door and justantly killed. A daughter 
. =: = was killed within 100 yards of the samo spot. 
Yaoutrxg,—The Kingston Whiy says:—| New Yorx, Aug. 4.—Arrived, tho City of 

“Wo agreo with the Bollevillo InreiziaEN- | London from London, 

Cer that until the Torontoyachtsmenshowa| New York, Aug. 4.—Robt. VanSelor, 


disposition to remove certain rules they 
have adopted, amounting, virtually, to a 
disqualification of our second class yachts, 
tho suggestion to make the Kingston and 


— Local Motices. 


Notices under this head Lets, a tine each inser- 
ion. After six insertions 6 cts, a line, 


sailor on the ship Aurora, was reported yos- 
terday morning to have fallon from the mast 
and killed, A letter from a acaman of tho 
Aurora stating that VanSelor was killed by 


Haying listened to Prof. Grady’s explana- | Bollovillo rogattas the close of tho fall sories | the mate the Coroner detained the ship, which 
tion of stammering and stuttering and wit-| will not be vory favorably entertained. It} Wa# about to sail for Bombay. An inquest 
nessed the effect of tho trial of his remedy up- | would be outrageous to think difforontly.” | Will be held to-day. 
ona pationt, wo baye pleasuro in certifying | Tyq News ondorsga our suggestion with | ‘The wife of Bepho Macychi,an Italian, aged 

Sermenouvickony Wisk) bis) treatment ia ‘both reference to the proposed regatta at King- | 7 organ-grinder and rag-picker, Newark, 

josophiosl and successful. Wo are willing | ston, : 8" | after a quarrel Left him yesterday. Last night 

tobe referred any time for proof of the ef- her husband found her with a crowd of 

ficscy of his method of cure, as wo believe} Knrauts or THe MAccABBES oF THE | Italians,who wero drinking and playing cards, 

him to boaman of honor and a christian | Wonrn,—Gouoral Commander J. Lansberg | and stabbed her with a file fatally. He was 
"gentleman, and as for failuro in his treatment | ingtallod the following officers of tho Bello- | jailed. ’ 

_ it would bo impossible. villo Tent ;—S, W. Bradshaw, Ex-Sir K¢, | Health officer Vandorpoel _yestorday 


2 ig ee al rar G. Commander; W. Davis, Sir Kt. Com- | ™ade a tour of inspection through the vessels 
Belleville, Aug. 1879, 4t | mander; J, McGuire, Sir Kt. Lieutenant from Cuban ports, and reports’ tho sanitary 
.: ss 

Wait’s Hommopathic Remedies for salo by 
Albert L. Geen. 


Commander ; O. H, Cook, Sir Kt. Prelate ; condition good, 


A. Ellis, Sir Kt, Finance Keeper ; TR. The Quantity of liye cattle and dressed moat 
Terwilligar, Sir Kt. Record Keeper; J. taken out by five European steamers on Sat- 


‘Holden's Cholera Drop for sale by Albert i 4 urday, shows that this enterprise is largely on 
Geen. rt ‘4 Brown, Sir Kt. Sergeant; J. Hy Eason, the increase. The total was, 851 head of cat- 


L = Sir Ke. Master at Arms; W. Templeton, | 414. 4: sarci 
owlor’s Extract Wild Strawborry, for sale | Sir Kt, 1st Master of Guards ; J. L, Tawi eae tare peel, ce pare a ml 


Pralbert D.Geen” Sir Kt. 2nd Master of Guarda ; 8, MeCul- | this port by a singlo firm sinoo July 19th, be- 
" Evans’ Celebrated Perfumo in bulk, for salo lough, Sir Kt. Sentinel ; D, Urquhart, Sir | sides as many carcases sheep, 

byzalberk L. Geen. ee Kt. Picket. ea Prer eve John Carey, a school tax collector, North- 

_ Baison’s Eloctric Belts for sale by Albert} Tue CANADIAN Montuty.—Tho Rose- | ld, Staten Island, has disappeared with the 

1, Geen. Belford Canadian Monthly for August is an | 20°! money, and money belonging to the 

Taxs Norice.—Consolidated Bank Bills] interesting number, Its contents aro as | Mcient order of Hibernians, of which he was 


taken in exchange for Furniture, at Mrxorr’s | follows :—Tho Seat of the War in South | *ea#’*er: 
An unknown woman was found dead last 


‘ita 1 . 
Furnifare Store. aug pete by J Donel, Th Tn My Gar- | avening on tho sidewalk, It is stated she had 
: ake pre cont) DY Vrs. a rarlong J. Moore. | eon kicked in the abdomen and thrown out 
= Ra me Irish Minor Poots of the Century ; of a lodging house by an Italian who kept the 


by the Rey. O. P. Mulvany. Forest Des- place. 
—. | truction ; by P, S. H., Halifax. An Old 


Baily utelligencer. ne Oaa hea aka eee. "| AETERNOON DISPATCHES. 


Payn. Woman as a Nurse; by Mr. Fran- 
_ RELLEVILLE, MONDAY, AUG. 4. ces Rye, Barrie. Neptune's Address to Loxpow, August 4.—A Capetown despatch 
City and Vicinity. 


Hanlan ; by Robert Awde, Toronto, The | says that chief Morrosi has submitted. Pre" 
Fallen Leaves ; chaps xv-xviii; by Wilkie | sent trouble with the Bazutos is therefore 
5 . Collins. Ab Initio; a Poem ; by Miss Isa- | sottled, but much discontent still oxists, 
Pouice.—One tramp and one prisoner in} bella Sinclair. The One Who Loved Him; It is feared thore will be a -snvere famine 
he cells last night, by Mrs. Frances J. Moore. Say When | next year in Zululand, as it is now seed time 
: ee ee, 5 Every Zephyr Sips ; by R. Marvin Seaton, | 404 no land is being sown, while much seed 
Excunsion.— Moonlight excursion to- ry Zephyr Sips; by le 
Fehon the Transit aa the Oddfellows’ Nowfangle and its Opinions; by a Non- i) pen setorrtacg ipa spits seized 
AR 4 ” Resident of the same. Papers by a By-|_ It is rumored there are impending troubles 
band in attendance. =~ stander: No. 4, Round tho Table, Book | i the Transvaal. It is feared thatif the Col- 
Quavox or Basz.=-Tho Mill Point Echo | Reviews. be 4 onial Ministers,take energetic measures in that 
maya: “Two of our townsmen, Messrs. — province an immediate disturbance will ensue 
‘Wm.Gracey and John Graham, have rented Trent Vatury Canat.—The Bobcay- The announcement of the despatch of troops 
‘the Queen’s Hotel, Belleville, and will re. | geon Indepe dent says:—‘‘ On Friday ast and the approachin of Wolseley probably 


oo De ay disquiets the Boers. 
: ra thi . i 
ie coos ttt ty. Government TEnginer, appointed to the |, Belin depth confirms tho roort that 
, 


‘For cramps, pains, and sudden chills, take duty of 1 = | Prof. Nordenskjold, havin got clear of the 
‘ ; y of inspecting the line of the Trent Val- | . ed Bebri hy 7 
‘SAsronv's Jastatca GINGER. ley{Canal, and of reporting thereon to the a BES BSI SS OIE) Cece 


Ase cs plishing the north-east passage. 
Ouvrcuwappens.—Measrs. Boldrick and | Minister of Railways and Canals. Mr. |" 4 port Durnford despatched of July 13th 


Bull, each being for some time Wardens of | Starke has inspected the line from Georgian says that King Cetewayo, when leaving the 
St. John’s Church, Stirling, on the 26th Bay to this point, and he had previously | battlefield of Ulundi, told his chiefs to look 
ult, resigned office to their clergyman, when inspected the line from Peterborough here. | to their own safety and seek terms of peace as 
¢ a subsequent meeting called to accept of He found that a canal between Mud Lake | best they conld. His army is broken up and 
heir resignation, Messrs. R. P. Gilbertand and Lakefield was quite practicable and | the nation dispersed. The King is a fugitive, 
‘. Smith were elected in their stead. should greatly shorten the distance. He | Zululand will probably be devided into three 
. is now inspecting the line from Peterbo-| or four separate municipalities, each under 
Trovsanp Istanp Oamr Grounp.—A | rough to Trenton, and will be in Peterbo- | the rule of an independent noble, Cotewayo's 
committee on behalf of the M.E. Taber- | rough on Monday, where he will stay for a brother Oham will receive his own territory 
nacle are arranging for an excursion to the | day or two. During his stay in Peterbo- under this arrangement, 
‘Thousand Island Camp Ground, spending | rough it will be well for everyone interest- ae aad ne ee in 
junday there and returning on Monday. | ed in the project to callon him, and give Se r i s A YE Nd ‘i 2) aa 
‘Tho date of the event will be cither tho|him all the information possible. Tho | © MDown Nore for Tiany yolks Git came 


¥ Ase . | immense injury. The loss by rain, hail and 
‘5th or 22nd inst. Dominion Government are favorably dis- Trabidatleaafh said to be iceparabtetstasods 


posed towards the project, and those along | The Joss of live stock is serious. The storm 

Nanzow Escare.—A mn iane| the line of the Canal should use every exer- | was attended by a fall of hail stones, some of 
McLeod, who was said eo pemeaneson! (ion to preas its claims on the attention of | which were 5 inches in circumference, The 
fell out of or upset a skiff in which he was) ¥1,. Dominion Government. Should Mr. | damage to glass immediately around London 
yesterday afternoon, when near the ferry | Starke report fayorably on the Canal, a | is thousands of pounds. Ina great part of 
dock, Some children, who witnessed tho regular survey will probably be made, and | Bedfordshire the hay crop bas been completely 
Occurrence, gave an alarm and McLeod yas possibly some of the work may be com-| swept away. Many cattle woro drowned. 
eecued in a somewhat exhausted condition. menced forthwith.” Now Market and neighborhood are flooded. 
His escape from death by drowning was a Tho rain fall in Buckinghamshire is estimated 
Darrow one. at 70 tons per acre, Tho damage by the 
flood and lightning are also reported from 
Cambridge, Norfolk, Guilford, Leicester, 
Bath and Monmouth, 

The Wesleyan Conference of Birmingham has 
adopted a report in favor of the Ecumenical 
Conference as proposed by the American 
Wesleyans, and appointed a Committee to 
arrange for a meeting. 

New York, Aug. 4.—Arrived the Black« 


Police Court. 


oy A Vatuasre Antwat.—Mr. (Before A. Dramonn, P, M.) 
uel Emerson, of the 4th concession of — 
‘Tyendinaga, had the misfortune to lose by 
death a few days ago his thoroughbred Ayr- 
hire bull ‘Voltaire,’ 3 years old, The 
r fine one, having taken HOUSE OF ILL-FAME. 
“the fit frst prize at the West Hastings | Dre. Mitchell was charged with, Kooping 
P, a house ofill-fame. She was convicted an 
Show last year. Its doath is a severe loss Was fined $50 and costa, 
‘to Mr. Emerson and will be regretted by seit = from omy Pipes 
tock rai Z Nigencer. INCINNATI, Aug. 4.— Dr, ‘eighway’s 
raisers genorally, tachi Where am I, is what 1 German theatro was damaged $10,000 by fire 
Buipor Srazet Onvrcu.—The Bridge| would like to know, as strange | this morning. — 
t Methodist Church, which had been things happen in this world. Locnosse Wis., Aug.4.—John Thomas, Mary 
for a month for renovation, was re- eae ae Bi Ero pineace, Hvenk red a picnic party were 
Fk ee a oe ene ee es pan tore | irae the, Mismepol amar here lar 
Taquos, President of Albert College, preach: | 1. Canadian Porkines, and to encourage them | Lowpox, Aug. 4. —The steamer City of Oh 
eA ablo discourses at morning and evening | ¢, enter, he had it beautifully lettered with the | j-- tott Livormeol yostecdne te neon 
services. Prof. Whish, of Hamilton, pre-| words ““E Pluribus Unum,” and I with many } "41%, wn the Cily of Ricrmon E Greanttonns 
at tho organ, This evening a peach | others belonged to that pen. andlaile (op NowiWork, delayed tetaa oat 
featiyal will bo held in the Lecture room, | After a time “Jonathan” gave bis.pen to one | 00 th oo achinery of the Latter oamen 
and ital will take place in the | “Bull,” who renovated it, painted out the old ane CaF TA Cr eB sber SeQaUier, 
BRON gen secre T Whish, | name, and put on “Britannia.” How pleased | _Witkesmannu, Pa, Aug. 4.—Frank Walkor 
~ Oharch, under the direction of Prof, Whish. wo all were with the change in name, as well as | Yesterday, at the District Attornoy’s office, 
Pm e she +, | with a slight change in our food. But after a | represonted that ho had killed a man at Jeddo, 
Tur Rirte.—There is on hig oa time we we dissatisfied with the new name and | in this County, by striking him on the side of 
the window of Mr, Harrison's storo tal | change of dist, and we resolved to make a break, | the faco with an adze in his open hand. An 
tifal silver cup, mounted on an ornamenta®) (there were quite a few of us in the old pen | investigation corroborated tho statement, and 
silver pedestal,and valued at $50,whichis to) with the new name, some older and some young: | Walker has been jailed. 
be competed for in o handicap rifle match | er than mynelf. 
bers of the 49th Battalion. Tho Well, one day we all jumped ont and started 
by the mem handsome ono, and | to find another pen. We roon forind an empty 
Prizo is certainly ery ae ee rnarkemen | ones into which wo went, and as the owner had 
the ea Spe ae, The frst | "™° connectlon with" Jonathan,” ho gavet'the 
1 to induco a large © a pen the old name to please us, 
ci. will take placo on Friday afternoon |” row, notwithstanding I did jump out of tho 
next, We are promised the conditions and | oid pen and found a new one, was T not then, 


I not now an occupant of the samy old 
nam ontered for to-morrow. and am at 
Heda pen with tho old name? WasT not then, and 


Tux Kivaston Pro-Nic.—A corrospond- | yu 1 not now the same animal If not, why not 
‘ent sonds to sho News an account of the Yours respectfully, 

Bydenham street Sabbath School picnic to 
Belloville on Friday last,in which he says : 


ent in viewing the } ae ; 
a paises woro much ad-| mighty and will prevail” in a religious jour- 
a} ol 


rothe heat | nal, and then glances down the article only 
mace, th rej ybirarht era doop. | to find it isa quack doctor's advortisomont, 
ee ees Stigaitad that a fow | his faith in denominational journals is oon. 
0 visi } 
Siletiog carts would not be out of place, ' siderably nhaken, 


Mownpay, Aug. 4. 
DRUNK. 
Newman Cummings was dismissed. 


Memruis, Aug. 4.—Five new cases and ono 
death, Rov, Father Doyle reported woruo, 
Father Fahoy continues toimprove, Woather 


vory wart. 
Provipency, R.1., Aug.4.—Judgo Lowoll’s 


opinion given in the equity suits to-day, vy, 
Sprague and others, and Chas. G, Franklin 
etal samo bill, was dismissed with costs, 


the claims, whic 
absorbed nearly the whole of tho property. 


AN OLD Ponken, 
WEATHER REPORTS, 


4th August, 1879, 


When ono reads tho hoad ling “ ‘Truth jg 


with local showers 
Wasutxoron, 


emperaturo, 


The decision relieved the Spraguo eatate of 
if sustained would haye| Co.; Kincardine, Oswego, general cargo ; Al- 


Lononto, August 4,—Probabilitios for tho | day contains the following summary of the 
next twenty-four hours: For the Lakes light | imports for tho month of July + 
to moderato winds, partly oloudy wonathor 


August 4, — Indications : 
Lower Lake rogion, aroas rain, stationary 


DAILY IN'rELLIGENCER, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1879, 


THE -ZULU WAR. 


Surrender of a Number of 
Important Chiefs. 


Resignation of Lord Chelmsford. 


Movements of the British Forces | 
Delayed by Meayy Rains, 


Disbandment of Colonial Corps, 


Carerowy, July 15.—Lord Cholmaford hag 
rosigned, aud 1s roturning to Durban, 
Lonpox, Aug, 3.—A Capetown despatch 
of July 13, says’ Gonoral Croalock's cavalry 
burned Undimi and Mugwonde on tho cast. 
ernlino of tho British advance,  Dabul- 
manzi, Cetewayo's brother, ond other im- 
portant chiefs have surrendered to Lord 
Chelmsford. 

Tho moyemont of troops retiring from the 
neighborhood of Ulundi was expected to bo 
dolayod by heavy rains and incroasing trans- 
portation difficulties, which would prevent 
any re-advance this season, even if such a 
movement was neceasary. Ekowe is to bo 
reocoupied. ‘The Naval brigade has been ro- 
embarked tor England, The volunteers 
originally raised for the campaign against 
Secoceni have beon ordered into position be- 
tywoon Fort Weber and Derby to the north of 
Zululand, so as to cut off Cotewayo's retreat 
northward and prevent raids by the Zalus in 
the neighborhood of Intombi and Aasegai 
rivers. . 

Puff Adder, an important cheif on the 
northorn border of Capo Colony, has been 
captured, 

Colonial Ministers have informed the As- 
sembly that they consider the present an in- 
opportune time for giving effec. to the recom- 
mendation of the Home Government in favor 
of confederation, but they would take steps 
to carry them out as soon as peace was restor- 
ed, Theaction of the Cape Government is 
generally approved. 

Sir Garnet Wolscloy's despatch to theo War 
Office says :—'* propose to forma brigade 
of artillory and engineers and a equadron of 
cavalry for tho Tranavaal. Iam reducing the 
exponditures. I have given permission to 
Lord ( helmsford to retusa to England, Iam 
disbanding some of the oxpensive and irregular 
cavalry. Cetewayo is said to be in Ingome 
forest.” 

A despatch from Kawamagwasa, July 11, 
states that the colonial cavalry corps has been 
ordered to be disbanded. 


The Consolidated Bank. 


The following statement of the President 
and the Acting-General Manager of the 
Consolidated Bank were published on Ssatur- 


day: 

Monrreat, August 1st, 1879, 
The Directors of the Consolidated Bank 
of Canada lose no time in submitting to the 
shareholders a report made to them this 
day by the Acting General Manager, which 
explains the circumstances under which it 
has been found absolutely necessary that 
the Bank should suspend payment for the 
present. A meeting of shareholders will be 
alled at the earliest time consistent with 
their interests. 
By order of the Board. 

F. Hincks, President, 


THE CONSOLIDATEED BANK OF CANADA, { 
Monrreat, lst August, 1879 

Ihave to report to the Board, that after 
consulting with the President,and such of the 
Directors as I was able to see yesterday, I 
decided to abandon the attempt to continue 
ash payment of the liabilities of the Bank, 
t was deemed very important in the interest, 
well of the Bankas of the depositors and 
the publio at large, to reduce the liabilities as 
much as possible, and Ihave the satisfaction 
to roport that I have been able to close the 
Chaboillez Square branch under an agreement 
with the City and District Savings Bank, so 
that nine agencies, viz, Ayr, Chatham, 
Clinton, Galt, Hamilton, Chaboillez Square, 


e 


Exe 


St. Catharines, Sherbrooke and Wood- 
stock, have now been closed and 
the depositors secured, Tho result 


has boen that the liabilities for deposits, which 
were on 8th June, $3,234,766 59, were on the 
29th ultimo$1,492,781.90,showing areduction 
of $1,741,984 60. Owing to the closing of the 
branches, it has been impossible to submit 
an accurate return of the reduction of circula- 
tion, but it must he about $120,000. There 
were fair prospects that the St. Hyacinthe 
and {Wingham Agencies might also 
have been transferred, but,  unfor- 
tunately, the depositors at the for- 
mer Agency commenced a sudden withdrawal 
f deposits, which rendered it absolutely 
necessary to consider seriously the expedi- 
ency of attempting to maintain cash payment. 
In doing so, the position of the Bank towards 
the Trustees for the City of Toronto aid to 
the Credit Valley Railway Company, had to 
be considered. The Bank has held for a con- 
siderable time a special deposit of $250,000 on 
account of the Trustees. On the other hand 
the Credit Valley Railway Company is in- 
debted to the Bank about $100,000, as well as 
$225,000, for which a special arrangement was 
made, It was found absolutely necessary 
some time ago, in order to secure the 
completion of the railway works, to postpone 
the claim of the Bank, the consequence of 
which is that it became liable to pay the 
whole $250,000 of special doy osit when called 
for, and this under existing ciroumstances it 
would have been impossible to do. It has 
for some days been beyond doubt that a very 
considerable portion of this deposit would be 
required immediately, and that the suspen- 
sion could not possibly be delayed’many days. 
Under the circumstances stated I rely with 
confidence that the decision to suspend cash 
payments for the present will be deemed the 
course most advantageous to the shareholders 
and to the creditors of the Bank, 

(Signed), Arcn. CAMPBELL, 

Act.-Genoral Manager, 


e 


No Atconov.—Bearine is prepared with- 
out the use of alcohol or any other Hair 
kiiling ingredient. It preseryes the hair 
and will be found the most delightfull Hair 
Dressing in the market. 

Joun Porter, of Ripley, Ohio, writes:- 
I have given the Pain Killer to Horses for 
Colic, and found itis the best remedy I 
ever tried. It gives them ease quicker 
than any other remedy I ever used. I give 
for a dose half of a 26-cent bottle, put in a 
pint bottle of warm water, and drench 
them with it. I have always cured tho 
worst cases without delay. 

Incrrrent Consumrrion.—In bronchial 
and other chest affections, in arresting inci- 
pient consumption, and in lessening the 
distressing symptoms of this disease in its 
hopeless stagos, as well as in cases of ner- 
yous debility in giving tone to the system, 
it is undoubtedly a yaluablo remedy, -John 
Ene Methodist Minister, Newport, 

8. 


CUSTOM HOUSE ARRIVALS, 
(Reported by Drxon’s Customs Broker's Office. 
INWARDS. 

Str, Kincardine, Oswogo, gonoral cargo, 
pastensare and boguage. So'rSybilla, Onwego, 
ight, Wayocrest, Cloveland, coal, Belleville 
.; Mary Wiley, Oswego, coal, I. J, 
ior. W. Cook, Oswego, coal, Foster 
Seabird, Oswogo, coal, Fostor & 
Holden. Str. Aloxandra, Mfontroal, gonoral 
cargo. ’ 


OUTWARDA 
So'r Sybilla, Oswogo, Jumbor, Rathbun & 


oxandra, Ogdensburg and Mont’, gon'l cargo, 


Imronrs, Nhe Canada Gaxette of Satur- 


Dutiable goods 
Coin and bullior 
Froe goods, all o ¢ 
The importa for tho month of June 


GCowmmerciat, 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTE G 
THE EXOHANGE OFFION Ge. es 
U, E. THOMPSON, 
BRULKVILLM, August 4, 
Groonbaoks buying at... +99 to 99} 
se solliag at... 999 

Amorican Silver buying at , 
British 8) 

Stirling Exchango, 83. 
Gold oponod at 100; closed at 100, 


+85 to 90 
seseeuse 95 3 


0} 


BELLEVILLI; MARKETS, 


InTs.LioxNoxn Orrice, 
Bolloville, Aug. 4, 1879, 
Wukat—Wo. 
Bantey minal 
Rre—4b5o, 
OarH—40 cts, 
Pan —50o, 

t1Ton —6o to 7o per pound, 
Hams—To, to 9c. ae 
PEXEERS Roll, 10cto 150, 

OTTRE ‘ub, uominally 80 to 5 
Crexse—7@9o, d a: 
Eaos—{o. to 120, por dozen. 
Hives—Rough $4 to $5; Inspected $6,00, 
SHeEPaKIN®(shoarlings)—3b0, 
Deakivs—50o. 

Woo1—20o per 1b. 

Lanp—8e to 100, 
TALLOW—Rough, 4o, 
Tattow—Rendored, 5 

‘5Uo to 0c por doz, 
$1,00 por bag. 
Wholesale, $4.75 per bbl, 
Frou i—Rotail, $5.25 per bbl, 
Hay—25 to $7 por ton, 
CitoKeNs—300 to 50c per pair, 
Ducks—45 to 60c per pair. 
Gxxse—35 to 50c. 
TrRxeys—50o to $1.00. 


MONTREAL MARKET, 


strong bakers $5.15 to $5.25 ; fine, $4.10 to 
$4.20; middlings $335 to $3.50; pollards 
$2.90 to $3.10 ; Ontario bags $2.35 to $2.374 ; 
city do. $2,45 to $2.50 delivered. 

jrain unchanged, 

Provisions dull. 

Sales of flour : 100 spring eatra $4.90 ; 100 
do $4.95 ; 50 superior extra $5.20 ; and 100 
strong bakers $5, 20, 


NEW YORK STOCK MARKET, 


New Yorn, August 4, 
Gold 100. 


NEW YORK PRUDUCE MARKET, 


New York, August 4, 

Cotton quiet ; 11 3-16, 

Flour dull ; receipts 280,000 bris.; sales 
11,000 ; $3.90 to $4.40 for sup state and wan, 

Rye flour quiet ; sales 250, unchanged. 

Wheat—spring nominal; winter $c lower, 
fairly active ; receipts 560,000; sales 96,- 
000 ; No, 2 red Aug. $1.08}. 

Rye dull, unchanged, 

Corn without decided change; fair trade ; 
receipts 234,000 bus.; sales 120,000, at 43 to 
Ao, 

Barley nominal. 

Oats dull; receipts 62,000 bus; sales 24,- 
000 at 33 to 36c. for mixed western and 
state ; 36 to41}o for white do, 

Pork weak at $8.80. 

Lard steady at $6.95. E 

Cheese 3 to Sgc. 

Petroleum, orude in bbls, 5 to J. 


VINEGAR! 


VINEGAR! 


ROSS & DAVIES 


HY in stock and offer for sale : 


English Malt Vinegar, 
Crystal Pickling do. 
White Wine do, 
Cider do. 


R. & D, havo also in stock— 
Ginger Ale, 
Seltzer Water, 
Soda Water, 
Lager Beer, in Kegs, 
Bottled Ale, 


in Quarts and Pints (very, fine). 


ALSO, 
Sugar Cured Hams, 
Breaktast Bacon. 
Dried Beef. 


The ceebrated Hlectric Soap also for 
sale, 


ROSS & DAVIES, 


Fairy Grocrrs, &c., 
Corner Front and Bridge Sts, 
Belleville, May 30, 1879. 


See 


pangs, < te 
HE Steamer TRANSIT will mako a trip 

4h around tho head of the Bay EV ERY 
THURSDAY, when not otherwise ongaged, 
leaving her wharf at 2:30 p.m., and retarn 
at 6 p. m., calling at the Cemotery going and 

turning. a 
reTho ‘Transit ” will also make a trip to 
MASSASSAGA POINT on MONDAYS and 
FRIDAYS, leaving and returning at the samo 
hour, 3 : 

Fare, 25cts, Childron, accompaniod by 
their parents, free. 

rind 23, 1879. dtf 


$50 Reward. 
ILL be paid upon the apprehension and 
W conviction of the porson or persons 
who sot firo to the Stirling Station on the 
night of tho 2lat inst. 


KO, BICKFORD. 
Belleville, July 28, '79. Gt 


Valuable Work. 


Z ENovoLor.mpIA 
JOPY (now) of Z¥ ¥ 
é : for Fe ehe ygain, To bo soon ab Har. 
rinsou's Music Store 
7 vi) CERTIFIOATES, handsomely 
RANGE C BBTLE! fat tho Pw raciiaeNone | 


oar as compared with the same poriod 
inst your show w decroaso of 82,482,328, 


got u , for 
Office 


FASHIONAGLE 'TAILORIM 


Boys’ Linen Coats, 50c. 
Overalls at 60c. 250 pra. extra heavy figured at 90c. 


‘ 
—o—__. 


We aro 


10 to 816. making up to order those magnificent fine Navy Blue Bergo Suits from 


aA largo ansortmont of Dross Shirts, Fano 


pened ont to-day, y Ties, Sill Squares, and Linen Collars 


Vuny Cuear. Call and seo them, 


B. McCREADY & SON. 


BARTMAN & SINTZEL’S 


PRICE LIST FOR . 
Oppeice AND AUUGUS'L. 
Every Article in Ftock Reduced in Price: « 


Men's Oanavian Twre: , 5 
“ ALE Wow 3: 2.4.05, SMR ab er op Ree eeaae 


n's Exrna Fine Enouisn Suits. ‘, 7.0 “ 5 

v's Wi KSTED Suits . . . . ‘ . , ed gf tte 

_‘ Exousn Woustep Suits © .° .° . oO «DHE 
Exrna Five ; ‘ ; - 1.00 “ 12.50 
Men’s Tween Pants . . . i af 2.00 
“Au Woot Workixa Pants «9.95 
Fine Dress Pants A 2.50 


“ “« 


Frexon ‘ a 
Exrna Fixe Frencu Parrenn 325 = « 4.60 


We havo also a large stock of Summer Clothing that must_be sold out before the 


Ist September, in order to make room for our Fall stock. 


Men's Lustre Coats, 60c Men’s Linen Coats, 80c. Men's White Vests, 75c. 
Boys’ and Youths'|Department, 
Boys’ Tweed Suits, $2.00. Do. Figured Linen Suits, 70c. Dp. extra quality, $1.88 
Do. Bl'k and Gray Lustro Coats, $1.00. 300 prs. ania tae 


Furni 1g Department, 
Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do. 3 ply Fronts, $1.25, 20 


White Dress Shirts, 


doz. Cambric Shirts at $1.25, with Collars attached in the latest patterns. 200 Rubber 
Coats at 50c. 


REMEMBER THE PLACE, 


BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE : 


GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING 


L you would study your health, comfort, aud general appearance, leave your order and 
measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest style, at 


FOSTEHR & REID'S. 
New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, : 3 
FOSTER & REID, 


InrorTErs 


NEW 


THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA. 


TRUNKS AND BAGS 


a Received To-Day, July 24th, 
WANT HAINES & LOCKETT, 


“City Boot Store,” Belleville. 
A THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA, 
THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
TRUNK? 


THE EMPRESS TRUNK, 
THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN, 
. THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 
SEE OUR STUCK FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS COODS. 
All the Low Price Lines on hand 


SA. OLIV HR, 
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES 


16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 


BELLEVILLE BRANCH, 


ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, Front Street. 
GOODS ‘SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. 


The Only Business in Canada conducted on ‘the same principle. 


Over $200,000 worth of Boots and Shoes so supplied last year. 


HE great loss annuallysustained by selling to Dealers, first led to our establishing of 

oT Branch Stores, where ‘es could supply direct to the people for cash, all the goods we 

Thus giving to the people the goods less tho Dealers’ prod, and saving 

to ourselves the anaval loss. We were the moro forcibly impressed into this step co the 

fact that cheap Eastern made shoddy goods wore being palmed off as our ao0gs. Wea Fee! 

sell our own goods, warrant what we sell, use no shoddy or inferior es ° cy a = 
and can and ap supply goods of tho best quality 26 per cent. less than they can oug! 


elsewhere. 


Everything Marked in Plain Figures. 


ONLY ONE PRICE. 


CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 


ts are now complete in this department, and we can make to moasure 
rout efthes Gentlemen's Ladies! or Children’s goods, in tho latest styles, at little over 


alf the price usually charged, 


S. A. OLIVER, 
ROBERTSON'S BLOOK, 


could manufacture. 


{ BRANCHES: 


DBRLLRVILLE. 
Pout Hors, 
Perennono’, 


} 
Factory & Office, 


RS 

a5 St. East . = Sr, CATHARINES, ~ 

16 Front St. East, Front Street, Bannin, 
BRANTFORD, 
CHATHAM, 


TORONTO. BELLEVILLE. 


~ -BDISON'S FOR SALE, 
EDISON'S | FAHE proporty of the Into Dr. Listor, situate 
BELT ‘on the corner of Bridge and Pinnaclo 
ELECTRIC ABSORBENT Stroots. 'Thoso premises comprise an acro of 
| and, and aro suitable for building either hotel 
the Prevention and Cure of | or privato reaidonoos. Will be sold in ono 


| Jot, or in plota to suit purchaser, 
Disease, Apply to 


or 


ALEX, ROBERTSON, 
or MORGAN JELLETI, 
Exeoutor and Trusteos, 
Rollevillo, April 25, 1879. att 


J. D, STEWART, M.D. 
Oculist and Aurist, 


AL bo at the Dafoo House from MON- 
THY VENING, the 21ST JULY, 
nntil MONDAY, the 11th of August, 1879. 
d&wtd 


THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. 


No intornal medicine required. The mild 
and continuoun currontof Klootricity, together 
with tho absorbent qualition ox furnished by 
tho Belt, rondor it truly the wonder of the age, 


JaLL ON YouR Davoaisr ror Pamrxcer, 
. Oddiw 


—w 


hb 


STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh Strawberries 
RECEIVED DAILY 
AT DICKENS’ 


‘And sold by the quart or served with 
Too Croam, 


ICE CREAM 


In different flavors at 40 conts pe gies 4 os 
packed 


$1.50 per gallon, delivered wel 

io y tof the city. 

Hoe to any part “WM. DICKENS 8 
Juno 17, 1879 


SONS. 


STEAMER KI) 
Cart, BLANCHARD, 
7 ILL,until farther notice, leave Belloville 
dvory MONDAY at 9 o'clock, a. m., 
calling at Mill Point, Picton, Bay ports, and 
Kingston, arriving at Oswego on Tuosday 
mornings, in time for all trains, returning to 
Relloville on Sunday afternoon, 
Fares and froights vory low. : me 
“or tickets and further information, apply to 

vee ae W. H. GAMPBELT. 
‘at the Wharf, 

or ©, D, FULLER, 
Ofhce City Square. 
Rellovillo, July 8, 1879. 


FISH MARKET, 
2rSab 


Front Street. 


All Hinds kept 
for Sale. 


CITY IGE 60. 


Orders received for Ico 
by the WEEK or 


MONTH. 


LEAVENS& ROBLIN 
July 3. 


\ 


1 will unhesitatingly guarantee mv 


Gold Flake Cut Plug 


To se rux BEST SMOKING TOBACCO ix 


CANADA 


It is made by a new and original process, 
through which the rank nicotine is extracte 
© sweet Aroma and Natural Flavor ore 
Ie is made from pure sun.cured, 
Virginia Leaf, without the aid of color: 
ing or {njurious compounds. It is cut ready 
foruse and neatly packed in tin.foil, in come 
pact 4 ounce packages, It will keep in any 
climate and will not burn the tongue, 

As dealers are slow to take hold of anew 


L 
A 
p>] 
0 
U thing, however much its merit, until there is a 
by 
y 
L 
U 
G 


Ff 


demand for it, I e determined to place it 
directly within the reach of all. For the next 
ninety days, where it cannot be obtained of Jocal 
dealers, rd 


will send two sample packages 
(4 02, each) post-paid, to ono pehey on 
Feceipt of so cts. (postage stamps or currency). 
All loyers of the piperare Invi 

1 J. E. SAXON | 


trial, © 
NDSOR, Ont. 


Gronr Tonacco Wonk 


SAR H 
Daily Hutelligencer. 


I ‘The Farmer's Revrow- 


HINTS FOR THE WORK OF THK MONTH, 


Tre srunanes are now idle upon moat 
farms. This is not desirable ; dry weathor 
atthis season soriously intorfores with 
ploughing, and the work cannot be well 
dono if it is delayed, As'soonas tho oats 
haye been removed the ground should be 
ploughed, and if the weathor continues dry, 
it should be cultivated or worked with tho 


harrow, Tho disk or wheel harrow is ex- 
collont for this purpose, Otherwise a cross 
ploughing should bo given before tho 
ground becomes hard. Tho loosened sur- 


face will keep the bottom from drying 
out 

Wuear requires a fine and mellow soil ; 
it is best if compact below and rough on 
thetop. If there are any clods these 
should be brought up from below with re- 
peated harrowings, and broken by the 
roller or the disk harrow. If thoy cannot 
be broken up completely they are better on 
tho top than below the surface, A roller 
will break many, 


Dritirna Wun 


— Many farmors aro 
testing tho practice of cultivating whoat. 
Wo hear of frequent experiments in this 
direction, and these have gonerally turned 
out satisfactorily, Cultivating or hooing is 
easily done by drilling the whoat in 16-inch 
rows, by stopping every alternate spout, 
It is not difficult to construct a simplo culti- 
vator that will work the spaces between the 
drills, There are two different wheat hoes 
in the market that do the work effvctively. 
Wheat that is sown broadcast cannot bo 
cuitivated. This fact, and the better con- 
dition of the drilled wheat, should be suffi- 
cient inducement to use the, drill, if tho 
great saving of seed and the lessoning of 
lubor are not, 

Rys.—Whero tho soil is not good enough 
for wheat, rye will be sown; but, as a 
general thing, soil that will make a good 
crop of rye can be made enufficiently rich 
for wheat by careful preparation, and the 
uso of 200 or 300 lbs. of artificial fertilizer, 
Line Lanp,—Lime is an old-fashioned 
fortilizer, but it should not for that reason 
be neglected. It is cheap and rarely fails 
to pay well for its use when land is to be 
seeded to grass and clover. Forty bushels 
per acre of air-rlacked lime is usually 
spread from the waggon witha long handled 
shovel upon the ploughed ground, and har- 
rowed in with the seed. It will do no 
harm to put on the lime immediately after 
the manure if itis harrowed in at once. 


Gas Lire can often be procured for the 
taking away, at apy gas works, It is at 
least worth tho cost of carting a moderate 
distance. But it should not be used while 
itis fresh. If hauled nowit may be laid 
in heaps on land to be ploughed next 
spring or on land to bo fall ploughed, and 
apresd eitherin the fall or spring. A few 
months’ exposure is needed to free it from 
injurious gases, which pass off in time. 
After 3 or 4months it become carbonate 
of lime, or mild lime, with a considerable 
portion of sulphate of limo (gypsum) mixed 


The 


sunlight looked in through the 
silken ourtains, lighting the room as with an 
angel's smile, suddenly enveloping tho face of 
its ocoupant with a strange brightness 

| transforming her palo brown hair into way 
of glint ng gold, Said the pan “Maiden, 
I missed you from the gardon whore I used to 
find you every morning, and Leame hero to 
seok you, Summer will soon bo hore with hor 
rowos almoat as bright as your chooks, Are 
you ill?’ **O, no!” responded the maiden, 
warming hor thin, bloodloss hands in the sun- 
beam, ‘only a little weak ;1 shall soon be 
out in the garden to greet you—to-morrow 
porhaps! I was just planning how I should 
arrange my flowors thia year, whon you peep: 
ed in. Aro my lilies up yet?” ‘* Yes, your 
lilliow aro up ; I havo just boon warming them, 
[have tired you,” said tho sunlight, as he 
noticed the wearily drooping eyelid: will 
como again to-morrow if you aro not in the 
garden’ and silontly withdrew, leaving the 
fair alumberer alone inthe gloom. A few 
hours later the moonlight stole softly through 
tho silkon curtains, which wero gently rustling 
in the night breeze, ‘* How cold !" said the 
moonlight,as she touched the pallid brow,and 
thon gently laid hor hand on tho pulseloss 
hoart, ‘* Dead” she shudderidigly whispered, 
as sho withdrew through the softly rustling 
curtains, It is tho old, old etory of consump- 
tion, How sho flatters her Victims at morn- 
ning with hopo’s honied words,and at evening 
makes them tho prey of the spoiler. Statistics 
show that one-third of mankind die of this 
disease, and of these, far the groater part aro 
young poraons between tho ages of fifteon and 
twenty-five, in the dawn of manbood and 
womanhood, For many years, consumption 
was generally believed to be incurable, But 
modicine in her triumphant march against 
disoase has already added consumption to her 
list of conquered. Dr, Pierce's Golden Medi- 
cal Discovery cures this dread disease if ro- 
sorted to in time, For a full consideration of 
this disease and its rational method of treat- 
ment, read the article on Consumption in the 
People’s Common Sense Medical Advisor, the 
most reliable popular work upon Physiology, 
Hygiene, Diseases and thoir Remedios, yot 
nt blishod. Price $1.50. Address the author, 
k. V. Pierce, M. D., World's Dispansary and 
Tnvalida’ Hote), Buffalo, N, Y. 


Old Story. 


The Diet of Worms. 


Worms infest the upper partof the bowels 
and feed on chyle. They produce a voracious 
appetite and great emaciation of flesh, and 
this enormous desire for food, which is never 
satisfied, iv, no doubt, occasioned by the im- 
mediate consumption of the chyle, for the 
worm feeds upon the extracted nourishment 
of the food, Costiveness, indigestion, im- 
proper dict, and the unhealthy secretions of 
the bowels in children, are among the causes 
producing worms, A brisk, regular motion 
of tho bowels would always prevent worms 
from collecting in the intestines. The appetite 
becomes variable and voracious, the belly is 
hard and swelled, there is the picking of the 
nose, the starting in sleep, the grinding of the 
teeth. The flesh becomes wasted, and tho, 
child is liable to convalsions. Frequent pain 
in the bowels and sickness of the stomach are 
strong symptoms of worms, ‘hero is really 
no need to send for a physician in such cases. 
Dr. Herrick’s Sugar Coarep Pitts, which 


any child will willingly take, are specially 
adapted to the reliof of such cases, They aro 
really a family modicipo which cannot safely 
be ignored. 


A Singular Accident on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford 


R. R. 
~ New Haven, Aug. 7, 1877. 


with it, a 

Swame Lanps.—No better timo than the 
present offers for the clearing of swamp 
lands, To cut off the thick growth of 
weeds and coarse grass and sedges, and 
burn these on a dry day, will leave the sur- 
face clear, while it is dry enough to plough 
or break up. We find a disk harrow, such 
as the Nishwitz, or new modifications of 
tho old but excellent idea of sharp steel 
disks, to be very ‘effective for such work. 
The ground when cut up fine may be seed- 
ed to grass at once, with a good chance for 
@ successful catch. On swamp lands a good 
dressing of lime will be found generally 


SEE THH LIST 
R FARMS FOR SALE 


WEEKLY MAL 


Parties WISNING TO SELL, 
Apverrise Tere. 
Partizs Wisuine to Buy, 
Reap Tuere. 

Adyertisements of Farma for 
sale are inserted in the WEEK- 
LY MAIL, 20 words for 50cts. 
each insertion; each additional 
word 2c, 

Advertisements of Farms for 
sale are inserted in the DAILY 
MAIL, 20 words for 25cta, each 
insertion ; each additional word 
Ijota. 

Advertisements of Live stock, 
Auction Sales of Stock, Imple- 
ments, etc. Seed for Sale, Exhi- 
bitions, etc., inserted at the a- 
bove rates, 

Address MATL, Toronto, 


Imperishable Fragrance. 
< 


Murray & Lanman's 
CELEBRATED 

Florida 

Water, 


The richest, mont Inst- 


e 
Bt tlie Toilet and in the B: 
Healthfal in tho sick room, re 
Umi, prostmation, uervourniess and 


ont for cow ce 


erfells, alway ask for the Florida 
hic sole proprietors, Messrs, 
‘ew York. 


For Sale by Perfumers, Dru its 
Fonoy Goods Dealers oot 


PEARY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE Agents, 
ily3 MONTREAL, 


Gi] JOHNSTON'S — 


= FLUID BEEF 


in now extensively 
AGl used in British and 

‘Conticental Insti- 
) tations, Hospitals 
Si and Asylums, and 
Aical faculty wherever it 


is proscribed by the mec 
has been introduced 
ts adaptability is general to tho invali 

convalescent and the vigorius, “To chiki 
Secures a strong muscular pment, and for 
maternal nursing, imperfect masti tion, athletic 
training, physical exhaustic or 
mental overstrain, it is the r ction of known 


SOLD BY DRUCCISTS AND LEADING GROCERS, 


Price 35, 60c and 81, 
Manufactured by 
-dly 


o 


A 


b 


MHOROUGHLY curos Dixoasos of tho Ski 
Beautifios the Complexion, Provents ant 
Zomodion Mhoumatinn and Gout, Hen an 
AN counteracts contagion, pore, 
=F oriptic 
giet Cig Het fall description, asle your drug. 
LOWwDEN, INGLIS, NEILL & Co, 


usefal. 

Drarys.—Cut these while the ground is 
dry. Ifthey have been marked, or laid 
out previously, the work can be done now, 
at half the cost of doing it when the ground 
is full of water, This season is better than 
any other for reclaiming swamp meadows. 


Fopper Orors that have not been used 
should be cut and cured for winter. Sweet 
corn stalks, from which the ears have been 
pulled for market, should not be left to 
waste, but cut up and cured as soon as the 
crop is off. The ground may be ploughed 
at once, and sown to white turnips. There 
should be no waste of fodder or of ground 
and every little saving that is possible should 
be made, 

Wurre Tursres may be sown this month, 
and yield a valuable crop, The cow-horn, 
white Norfolk, grey-stone, and other quick- 
growing varieties, will make a good growth 
before the ground is frozen up. 

Fatt Fattrowine,— Fxperience proves, 

every season, the wisdom of ploughing as 
much as possible for apring sowing. Early 
fall ploughing has tho benefit of fallowing 
to some extent, and tho earlier it is begun 
the more advantages are derived from it ; 
it is more beneficial on’ heavy land than on 
light, but light land cannot always fail to 
be improved by it. 
_ Manors anv Beers.—Root crops and 
field cabbages need frequent cultivation 
during this month, and up to the time when 
the rows become nearly closed by their 
growth. So long as the horse can pass 
along the rows the soil should be stirred 
deeply. Sugar-boets are sweeter the deeper 
they are covered in the ground ; white- 
sugar beets may be earthed up, but man- 
gels and globe beets do not need this ; mere 
stirring tho soil is sufficient. Thin when 
needed, and pull all the weeds that start in 
the rows. 

Orover Seep.—Olover that was mown 
early for hay may be ready to cut for seed 
this month. If cut early, the sod may be 
prepared for wheat. A clover sod after the 
seed has been taken off farnishes rich soil 
for a wheat crop. The sod should be 
ploughed with a jointer plough, and the 
ground well rolled ; the surface may be 
then loosened up with a cultivator beforo 
sowing. 

Hoxrsrs.—A ron at pasture at night will 
be useful for a team, but either the pasture 
should be good or the horses should re- 
coive a feed of grain before being turned 
ont; pasture alone will not be sufficient 
ae 4 tired horse that is kept at work overy 

jay. 

Carr ov THe Fxxt.—Work horses aro 
subject to have dry and brittle hoofs while 
Plonghing on hot dry ground, Occasional 
washing and application of glycerine or 
cosmoline to the moist hoofs will soften the 
horn and remedy tho brittleness. At this 
season mischief is done by keeping old 
shoes on too long. It is necessary to ro- 
move shoos to accommodate the growth of 
the hoof ; otherwise there is danger that 
the hoof may become bound, 


Among the Luxuries of Life, 


But a brief period has passed since when a 
month's time was necessary to accomplish a 
journey of fow hundrod miles and thon we 
went paierole over the rough country, high- 
Ways on springleas seats, Now tho sano 
journey ii somptuons drawing room 
cars, with all the comforts and many of tho 
luxuries brought to ua hy servants, Once 
upon a time when we found it nocossary to 
our health wo set apart a brief period to 

‘doctor up " and then came a struggle with 
that awful Castor Oil. Now wesip it from 
the bottle while we continuo regularly at our 


acl 


Wholesale Agouts, 


2239 92 Yonge St., Toronto, 


Yooations, But it is Scorr & Bownw's Parca. 
FABLE Casron Orv wo take. Itin one of the 
Jnxuriew of life that is afforded at 25 cents, 


food after eating ? &c., ko. 


Dr, Gites :—While on duty as fireman on 
engine 47, about ten miles from this city, on 
Shore Line Road, was accidently thrown off 
against a rock, train under full head—about 
thirty-five miles an hour. Was very badly 
bruised. Your agent was on board. He fur- 
nished me with two bottles of Liniment Iodide 
Ammonia, from which I received the greatest 
possible benefit. In four days was able to sit 
up, and am now able to commence work. My 
aged mother also use ithe Liniment tor rheu- 
matism, which it cured, Joun GAPPNEY. 

The above was witnessed by a number of 
passengers,and vouched for by Mr. T. McGee, 
conductor, 
Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet. 

Dr. Givxs, 
120 West Broadway, N. Y. 

Trial size 25 cents. 


Ask Yourself these Questions. 

Are youa dejpondent sufferer from Sick 
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation 
of the Heart? Have you Dizziness of tho 
Head? Is your Nervous System depressed ? 
Does your Blood circulate badly? Have you 
a Cough? Low Spirits? Coming up of the 
All of these and 
much more are the direct results of Dyspepsia, 
Liver Complaint and Indigestion. GREEN’s 
Avaust FLower is now acknowledged by all 
Draggists to be a positive cure, 2,400,000 
bottles were given away inthe U. S. through 
Druggists to the peopleas atrial, Two doses 
will satisfy any person of its wonderful qual- 
ities in curing all forms of Indigestion. Sam- 
ple bottles 10 ots. Regular size 75 cte. Sold 
et by all first-class Druggists in the 

nited States and Canada. 

‘PuLMONARY CONSUMPTION arises from a 
decline or deficiency of vitality in the natural 
bioplasm or germinal matter, and this defi- 
cieticy manifests itself not only in a general 
wasting or atrophy of the whole body, butalso 
in a peculiar degradation, chiefly in the lungs 
and lympathic system, of portions of this 
bioplasm into a sluggish, low-lived, yet pro- 
liferating matter, which instead of maintaining 
the nutrition and integrity of the tissues 
(which is the natural office of bioplasm) clogs 
thetn,and irritates them with a system which 
is more or less prone to decay, and eventually 
involves them also in ita own disintegration 
and destruction,” 

To remedy this deficiency by sustaining the 
vitality of the bioplasm, and thus provide for 
the general building up of the whole system, 
is the office and desiga of Rohinson's Phos- 
phorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Lacto- 
Phosphate of Lime. 

Prepared solely by J. H. Rostysox, Phar- 
maceutical Chemist, St. John, N. B., and for 
sale by Druggists and General Dealers. Price 
$1.00 per bottle ; six bottles for $5.00, 


Ervs’s CocoA.—GRATEFUL AND OcMFORT- 
tro.—'' By a thorough knowledge of the 
natural lawa which govern tho operations of 
digestion and nutrition, and by a careful ap- 
plication of the fine PC ee ee of well-sclect- 
ed cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our break 
fast tables with a delicatély favored boverage 
which may save us many heavy doctors’ bills, 
It is by tho judicious uso of such articles. of 
dict that a constitution may be gradually built 
up until strong enough to resist every tend- 
ency todisase. Hundreds of subtle maladies 
aro floating around us ready to attack wher- 
over there is a weak point. We may escape 
many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well 
fortitied with pure blood and a properly nour. 
ished frame.”—Civil Service Gazette.—Sold 
only in packets labellod—"James Errs & Co., 
Hommopathic Chemista, London, Eng.” d&w 


PAPER BAGS 


ror 


Grocers, Milliners, Hatters,é&c, 
WRAPPING PAPER 


In Srnaw, Maniuna, ann Tea, 


STATIONERY and ENVELOPES, 


at tho lowest Montreal and Toronto prices, 
cither printed or plain, at 


LAZIDR’'S WHOLESALB PAPHR | 
STORBD, 
Oamrpet, StReKr, 
Bollovillo, May 27, 1879. 


BANK NOTEBOOKS = 


| on Sinolair Street. 


Fos rey Bank, in difforent sizow, for salo 
ot the Deranrinawcan Offine 


REGULATIONS 


Respecting the Disposal of certain 
Dominic: ands for the Pur- 
poses of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway. 


P, enT OF TH INTERIOR, 
DEPARTMENT Oreawa, July 0th, 1879, 
med that the (ee 
lowing regulations ar ted as governing 
the er titaposing of the Dominion Lands 
s within 110 (one hundred and ten) miles 
hh aido of the line of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway 

1. “ Until furthor and final survey of the said 
railway has been made west of the Red River, 
and for the purposes of these regulations, the 
lino of the maid railway shall be assumed to 
on the fourth base weaterly to the intersoction 
of the said base by the line between ranges 21 
‘and 22 woat of the first principal meridian, and 
thence in a direct line to the confluence of the 
Sholl River with the River Assiniboine, 

2. “'The country lying on each side of the lino 
of railway shall Le ruspoctively divided into belts, 
a4 follows : ee. 

**(1) A belt of five miles on either sido of the 
railway, and immediately adjoining the same, to 
be called helt Aj 

(2) A belt of fitteon miles on either side of 
the railway adjoining belt A, to be called belt B; 

3} A belt of twenty miles on either side of 
the railway, adjoining belt B, to be called belt © 

“(4) A belt of twenty miles on cither sido o! 
tho railway, adjoining belt C, to be called belt 


1A. 


Kingsford, and Maritimo Provinces 


ton—Daily at os... .4. ah 
Menio, Burnbrac & Brinkworth, on 
WALtnnipgs on Tuesda: 
Repwensvitte, Amolias! 
Albury and Coofton, Tu 


Mapoo, Lyanhoo, E 


nifton, daily ., 


ing, Wednesday and Saturday 


every Friday at.. 
Via Now York, Saturday and y 
Postage. 5c. por 4 oz. by each route, 


pci 


Prince Edward Island, Nowfoundland, and 


of 9am. and 5 p.m. 


j and 

(5) A belt of fifty miles on eithor mde of the 
railway, adjoining belt D, to be called belt E. 

3. 
nolutely withdrawn from homostead entry, also 
from pre-emption, and shall be held exclusively 
for sale at aix dollars per acre. 

4, ** The lands in belt B shall be disposed of 
asfollowa: ‘Cho even-numbered sections within 
tho belt shall be set apart for homesteads and 
pre-emptions, and the odd-numbered sections 
shall be regarded as railway lands proper. The 
homesteads on the even-numbered sections, to 
the extent of eighty acres each, shall consist of 
the caster, 
the westerly halves of the westerly halves of 
such sections; and the pre-emptions on such 
even-numbered sections, also to the extent of 
eighty acres each, adjoining such eighty-acre 
homesteads, shall consist of the westerly halves 
of the pee halves, also of the easterly halves 
of the westerly halves of such sections, and shall 
be sold at the rate of $2.50 (two dollars and fifty 
cents) per acre. Railway lands proper, bein, 
the odd-numbered sections within the belt, wil 
be held for sale at five dollars per acre, 

5. ** The even-numbered sections in belt C will 
be set apart for homesteads and pre-emptions of 
eighty acres each, in manner as above described ; 
the price of pre-etptions similarly to be $2. 
(two dollars and fifty cents) per acre ; the ri 
way lands to consist of odd-numbered sections, 
and to be dealtwith in the same manner as 
aboye provided in respect of landa in belt B, ex- 
copt that the price shall be $3.50 (three dollars 
and fifty cents) per acre. 

6. ‘The even-numbered sections in belt D 
shall also be set apart for homesteads and pre- 
emptions of eighty acres each, as provided for in 
respect of belta B and C, but the price of pre- 
emptions shall be at the rate of $2 (two dollars) 

or acre, Railway lands to consist, as in the 
Beles B and O, of the odd-numbered sections,and 
the price thereof to be at the uniform rate of $2 
(two dollars) per acre. 

7. ** In the belt E, the description and area 
of homesteads and pre-emptions, and railway 
lands respectively, to be as above, and the prices 
of both pre-emptions and railway lands to be at 
the uniform rate of $1 (one dollar) per acre. 

8. ‘*'The terms of sale of pre-emptions through- 
out the several belts, B, C, D and E shall be as 
follows, viz.: Four-tenths of the purchase money, 
together with interest on the latter, at the rate 
of 6 per cent. per annum, to be paid at the end 
of three years from tho date of entry ; the re- 
mainder to be paid in six eau annual instal: 
ments from and after the said date, with interest 
at the rate aboye mentioned, on such balance of 
the purchase money a3 may from time to time 
remain unpaid, to be paid with each instalment. 

9, ‘' The terms of sale of raiiway lands to be 
uniformly as follows, viz-: One tenth in cash at 
the tinie of purchase ; the balance in nine equal 
annual instalments, with interest at the rate of 
six per cent. per annum on the balance of pur- 
chase money from time to time remaining un- 
paid, to be paid with each instalment, All pay- 
ments, either for pre-emptions or for railway 
lands proper, shall be in cash, and not in script 
or bounty warrants. 
oe ees te lands shall Se o 
the follo royisions respecting the right of 
way of the Gensdiew Pacific Railway or of any 
Government - colonization railway connected 
therewith, viz, : 

a. In the case of the railway poedag land 
entered as a homestead, tho right of way thereon 
shall be free to the Government. 

+. Where the railway crosses pre-emptions or 
railway lands proper,the owner shall only be en- 
titled to claim payment for the land requred for 
right of way at the same rate per acre as he may 
have paid the Government for the same, 

11. “The above regulations shall come into 
force on and after the first day of August next, 
up to which time the provisions of the Dominion 
Lands Act shall continue to operate over the 
lands included in the several belts mentioned, 
excepting as relates to the belts A and B, in 
both of *which, up to the;said date, homesteads 
of 160 acres each, but no other entries will, as at 
present, be permitted. 

12. “Claims to Dominion lands arising from 
settlement, after the date hereof, in territory un- 
surveyed at the time of such settlement, and 
which may be embraced within the limits affect- 
ed by the above policy, or by the extension there- 
of in the future over additional territory, will be 
ultimately dealt with in accordance with the 
terms prescribed above for the lands in Fe pee 
cular belt in which such settlement may be found 
to besituated. 

13. ‘* All entries after the date hereof of unoc- 
cupied lands in the Saskatchewan Agency, will 
be considered as proyisional until the railway 
line through that part of the territories has been 
located, after which the same will be finally dis- 
posed of in accordance with the above regula- 
tions, as the same maim ply to the particular 
belt in which such ny may be found to be 
situated. 

14. ‘* The above regulations it will, of course, 
be understood will not affect sections 11 and 29, 
which are public school lands, or séctions 8 and 
26, Hudson's Bay Company lands. 

“Any further information necessary may be 
obtained on application at the Dominion Lands 
Office, Ottawa, or from the agent of Dominion 
Lands, Winnipeg,or from any of the local agents 
in Manitoba or the Territories, who are in pos- 
session of maps showing the limits of the sever- 
al belts above referred to, « supply of which 
maps will, as soon as possible, be placed in the 
wae of the said agents for general distribu- 
ion,” 

By order of the Minister of the Interior, 
J.S. DENNIS, 
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
Liypsay RusseLy, 
Surveyor General. 


STOCK’S 


A 14 FOOT Tron 
Planer run sovon 
days with ONE OILING with 

STOOK’'S XX OIL, 
at the Josoph Hall Works, Oshawa, Ont, 

My bolt-cutting Oil cannot be beaton. 

G, B. STOCK, 
J, H. HAMBLY, 
Bollevillo 


City Property for Sale, 


LE: subscriber offers for salo half an acro 

of land on the East side of Youmans 

Stroot. Thoro is m fram> house, barn and 

stable on the promises, and a good well of 
water, 

Also a two story brick building on You- 
mana Street, containing two tenoments and a 
shop. New and with fitout improvements, 

Also the two story brick dwelling on Yoo- 
mana Street Mounted by the subscriber, boing 
one are of land moro or loan, 

Also a two story brick house and two lote 


For torma and furthor particulars apply of 


tho subnoribor, 
KR. N. BENNETT, 


Canada having been admitted into the Postal 
rates, as fo) 


For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Icoland, Egypt, France, Algeria, G 
“The Dominion lands in belt A shall be ab- | Great Britain, and Ireland, Greoce, Italy, Dekkeiboneel Malta, Montenegro ‘ctherlands, 
Portugal, Azores, Roumania, Russia, Ke. 


Norway, Per 
Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey. A: 
Cuba, Danish Colonies of St. Thomas, St. John, 
Nowfoundland is now in the Postal Union, but 


For Aden, Argentine Confederation, Brazil, 


BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


Max 
East por G. T. R., including Lonsdale, Marysville, Shannonvillo, 


Sri, Harold, Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- 


Thursday, and Saturday, «i 
Melville, Allisonvillo and Hillier, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 
loway, West Huntingdon, Foxboro, daily.. 
warn, Roslin, Plainfiold,Thomasbarg, Twood, Chapman, 


Moira and Phillipston on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday 
3} and Fullor, on Tuosday and Friday . 


Burvisit Matis close as follows :—por Canadian line (via Halifax) 


Monxy Onpers granted on all Money Order offices in Canada, United States, Great Britain, 
Durosrrs received, under the regulations of the Post Office Saviogs’ Bank, botwoon tha hours 


Rogistored Lottors must be posted 20 minutes before the close of each mai), 
Office hours, 7 30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m,, Sundays excepted, 
FORBIGN POSTAGHB. 


oz, Postal cards, 2 conta each. Newspapers, 2 cts. for doz. Registration feo, 6 cente, 


MANUEAOTURERS OF ) 
* 
Close, Delivered, ] 
Stoves, Shovels ete 
1:00 a,m, 6:05 p.m. - 
roy 400 ans sh Send for Price List—Office an 
7:00 a.m. 500 pm, Warchonse, 309 St. Paul St., 
i :00 p.m, 
Mam 60pm, | MONTRHEAT,. 
100 p.m. 10:00 a.m, 
7 a aoe a.m, May 13, 1878. 12.1y 
a . , om, ="P> Se 
:00 p.m. 12:00 
: 2m NO PATENT HO PAY. ; 
1Gh aah es eG 1,00 p.m. 12-00 noon, == ( 
1,00 p,m. 12:00 noon, 
1:00 p.m. 12:00 no 
Se ae wns P A T E N T 5 : 
9:00 p.m. 4 “ 


9:00 p.m, 


ion foe, 


India. 


Union, thero is a re-arrangement of Postal 
lows : — 


Gibraltar, 


Pierre, Servia, 


‘in, the Cana 
nd via United Staton :—Bermud 4 


Bermuda, mas, 


, St. Croix, Jamaica, Japan, and Porto Rico. 


rates remain as before.) Letters, 5 cents per 
British Guinea, Ceylon, Greenland, French 


Colonies in Asia, Africa, Oceanica and America, alt St. Pierre and Miquelon, Persia, via 


Porsian Gulf, Portagaose Colonies in Asin, Africa anc 
in Africa, Oceanica and America, except Ouba and Porto Rico, Straita settlements in Singa- 
halves of the easterly halves, alao of | pore, Penang and Malaces :—Lettera, 10 ots, per 4 oz. Post cards, 4cts. each. Nowspapers, 


4 centa for 40z. Books &c., 4 cents for 4 oz. 
Wet India Islands, via Hal: 


fax, samo rate as formerly. Prepayment by stam; 
JH M 


Qceanica, Trinidad, Spanish Colonies 


Other Registration foes, 10 cents. 

in all cases, 

EACHAM, 
Postmaster. 


“SCOTT’S EMULSION 


PURE COD 


w 
HYPOPHOSPHITES 
‘This preparation combines t} 
cnronle Cou 


bility, and all 
ly esteemed virtues of Cod Liver Oil in a form that is 
stomach, but in addition, the 


but much more readily assimilated by the 
and purifying the blood, allayiog the irritation of the 


giving strength and vj 
or spoils, © Te sure and ask for Scotts 


J. W. BENSON, 
Watch and Clock Maker 


‘To THE QUEEN AND Royat Famity, 


And by Special Appointments to H. R. H. the 
Prince of Wales, H.S.M. the Saipan of 
Russia, the Maharajah of Bardwan, 
and to several Indian Princes. 


PRIZH MEDALS—LONOCN, DUBLIN, AND PARIS. 
BENSON'S | BENSON'S | BENSON'S 


CLOCKS —for|GOLD JEW- 
WATCHES. |Churches. Tur-/ELLERY, | of 
ofevery descrip-lrets, or Public|the richest and 
tion, suitable for/Buiidings, Din-\most. exquisite 

climates from ing or Drawing! designs, with 
eget Room, Sabra Be ono Krams, 
~Chronograj ii its ues 
Chronometers,-|Church orShop.|Enamelled 


alsio: 


two best remedies ever discovered for Consumption, Colds and 
‘hs, Scrofula, Rheumatiam and Diseases of the Blood, General De- 
‘asting Diseases of Children. Ic not only contains the well known and high- 


wonderful tonic and life-giving 

ated that the remedial powers of both are largely increased. ysicians 

superior virtues of this combined food and medicine in all the above diseases. It is not only better tolerat 
than plain. Cod Liver Oil, and a better agent in enriching 


yf to the whole ee It is sweet and palatab} 
ma 


LIVER OIL 
OF LIME ANDSODA. 
perfeetly tasteless and acceptable to the most delicate 


‘operties of the Hypophosphites, so incorpor- 
Physicians univenslly acknowledge the vastly 


throat and lungs, restoring the impaired functions an 


to the taste, never separates, deposits 
me For sale by all druggists af $1,00 per boule. °— 


PAPERS! PAPERS ! 


‘USL. RECEIVED at the InreLuicENGER 
Office, a FINE LOT of 


English, - 
American 
and French 


Keyless Levers, |p, ual Epamellad a 

2) )|Perpeti Jal.|Volors, after de- 

Presentation,—lendars, Windlsignsbythemost . 

Repeaters, Rail Dials, &o. accom plished 2 

way Guards’! Artistic Eng-|Artista in the rv) 
Soldiers’&work-llish Clocks, dec-|precious metals; ] ] 
men’s Watches) ith| Brooches, brace- 


of extrastrength| Sree ood eal lets, 
other wares, de-|Locketa, Rit 
signed to 


niture; also as} 


novelties __ for| 
presents. Madejand other dis- 


Necklaces, 


ings. 

‘suitland all kinds of 
any style of fur-|bijouterieas sup- 
pli to Mem- 

of{theCourt 


NOTE PAPERS, 


CREAM, 


solely by Benson|tinguiahed Per- 


'—from£55s. _lsonages~ 
Merchants, Shippers, and \Vholesale Buy- 
ers aro specially invited, before sending their 


BLUE and 


ordera clsewhere, to obtain from the manufac- 


tory the) Illustrated Catalogues of Watches, 
Clocks, Chains, Jewellery, Silver, and Eleo- 
which aro sent post free, as not only 


tro-plate, 


at VERY 


are the discounts liberal, but a selection can 


be made from the largest stock in the world. 


Orders should be sent direct to the Manu- 


factory, Ludgate Hill. 
Benson's PAMPHLETS on Turret Clocks, 


Watches, Clocks, Plate, and Jewellery, sent 
post to all 
rts of the world. Steam Factory and City 


post free. Watches sent safe by 

how Rooms, Ludgate Hill, London. West- 
end establishment, 25, Old Bond Street. 
ablished 1749. 125y 


GRAY’S Specific Medicines. 


ih Sate 
EE 18/ y 
anunfailingcure 
for Seminal 
Weakness, 


Ke 


& S 
at 

Before Takingalt diseascs that At 
follow as a sequence ’of Salf Abuse, as Loss of 
Memory,, Universal,,Lassitude, Pain in the 
Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature old Ago, 
and many other diseases that lead to Insanity 
or Consumption and a Premature Grave. 

#2 Full partioularsiin our pamphlet, which 
we desire to send free by mall to every one. 

#@ Tho Specific Medicino is sold by all drug. 
gisté at $1 per package, or six packages for ss 
or will be sent by mail on receipt of the mon- 
ey, by addressing 

THE GRAY MEDICINE Co., 
Toronto, O ¢., C: 

N, B,—The demands of our business have 
necessitated our removing to Tordnito, to 
which place please address all future com- 
™Sold in Balevill b 

‘old in Belleville by all druggists, and b; 
all wholesale and retail Mvcfeinta tx Canada 
and the United States, d&wly 


Es- 


CALL AND INSPECT SAMPLES. 


WEDDING 


INVITATIONS. 


yor RECEIVED, at 


The “Intelligencer” Office, 


A NICE LINE OF 


WEDDING INVITATION PAPER 


AND 


very low prices for cash. 


LAWYERS 


CAN BUY 


CHEAPER & BETTER STATIONERY 


Intelligencer Office, 


Lower than any other place in the 


City. 
We aro 
j oes Beer i all orders from the 
Conveyancing Paper, Brief Paper 
Foolscap, Letter Paper, 
and Envelopes 


15 per Cent, Lower 


han the prices,charged olaowhare, 


Just Opened Out 
75,000 Envelopes 


ALL COLORS! ALL SIZES! 


16 per cent lower than any House 
: in Belleville 


At the ANTELLI ENCER Office. 


PROTESTS | 
PROTEST NOTICES 


‘o 
Vere Advortislog Contracts can be onda 


Bolleville, March 12, ‘79. 260d4m 


FOR ANY BANK, 
Are on sale at the 


Tatelligencer Office 


directly 


fran other 


tance from 


TINTED, 
Which will be sold, Rama we soy quantity, 


JUN & 00, 


obtained for Inventors, in the United States, 

Canada and Europe, at reduced rates With 

our principal Office located in actions: . 

pporite the United States Patent 

we are able to attend to all Patent Business with 

mptneas and despatch and leas cost 

pete attorneys, who are at a dis- 
‘ashington, and who have, there- 


“associate attorn 


Appuess: LOUIS B. 


tors of Patents and At 
Building, Washington, D. 


” Wo 
fornish 


-! 
| 
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ADVERTISING | 


Has created many a new business; 
Has enlarged many an old business 
HH 8 revived many a dull busines: 7 
Has rescued many a lost business; - 
Has saved many a falling business ; 7 
Has preserved many a large business ; <3 
And insares success in any business, 


pee circulation of 


Aug. 3, 1878. 


of Courts onTane Gorporat 


the 


Daily and Weekly % 
Intelligencer, 


Has greatly increased during the last year 
and new names are being continually added 
to our subscription list. 
It is acknowledged to be the most widely 
read panes in Central Ontario, Business men, 
therefore, will find it to their advantage to 
advertise in the INTELLIGENCER. 


ENVELOPES. 


UST RECEIVED, at the InTELLIGENCER 
Office, a large Stock of 


ENVELOPES, 


White, Colored, and 
Tinted, 


ALI, SIZES. 


Cheaper than can be obtained in the Vity: 


CHURCH ENVELOPES, 


>: 
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port 


tio pared Yo uke th 


Darey Iere-uioaNomR worthy of pulio pa 


ronage, 


has been 


Two squares, 6 


do 12 
Three squares, 6 
do 12 


Four squares, 6 
do j2 
Notices cf Births 


do of Marriages. 
do of Deaths, 


of chan ying thoir ad 
wooks. 
ont 


Is published ove: 
annum ption, 
bo charg: 


tho yoar. 
Hs for 


tholr appearance, 
All 4 vortisoments Ww! 


tlons Insortod until forbid, 


Market Strests, B 
SHEPARD, Printer 


A bara discount mado 


RATES OF ADVERTISING. 


‘A liberal scale of prices or adverti 
as follows: 


Cassi, uix linea or under, ment a to 00 


$2 00 will 


' 


ening a 


to those. who ad: 


naertion must bedellv» 
Wednesday, te Insure 


Ithout written direo 
ean d charged 8c 


One 


st 


{aomont Inserted at 10:ts. 
por lite for ; asertles, ‘anid foor cents for 
cach adilitional insertion. 


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reday mo. 
ageeye If no 


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ND PUBLISHING GOMPAN 
od), at their Oftloes, corner 


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tod rubunben 


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13. 


HARMONY IN THINGS ESSENTIAL—L! 


IBERALITY IN 


THINGS NOT Ess ENTIAL—CHA 


RITY IN ALL, 


is7s 


SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. 
ALLAN LINE. 


é 


STEAM TO LIVERPOO 
Londonderry and Glasgow. 

1 ‘HE first-class Clyde built iron ateamahi 
of the Allan lino, (carrying the Canadi: 

and United States Mails,) will 


every Saturday, as follows ;— 
SAILINGS FROM HALIFAX 
POLYNESIAN, 
SARMATIAN, 
HIBERNIAN, 
MORAVIAN, 
CIRCASSIAN, 
CASPIAN, April 5th, 


RATES OF PASSAGE. 


From Belleville to Liverpool or London 


dorry, viz Halifax, Cabin $67.50, $80.50 and 


$90, sooording to position of stato-room, 
Intormodiate, with first-class Railway $47. 
Steerage, do. 2, 


Children 1 to 12 years half price, under 


1 year freo. 
Return Tickets at reduced rates, 


Steerago tickets aro issued without oxtra 


charge, toor from Liverpool, Londonderry, 
Queenstown, Giasyow, Bolfast, London, Bria. 
tol or Cardiff. 

Tho laat train connecting with the Ocean 
Steamer at Halifax, passoa Belleville every 
Thursday at noon, Passengers go at once on 
board. 

Ax xporienco ! Surgeon accompaaton oach 
vessel. 

Bert? no> secured until paid for. 

Persons wishing to send for their frionds oan 
obtain paasage certificates at lowest rates from 
England, Troland or Scotland, to any railway 
atation in Canada or the United States. (When 
tickets aro not uséd tho amount is roturned, 
lons a small deduction.) 

Intermediate and stoorage Stewardessos aro 
aypointed to each of the vessels, 


For through tlokots and every information 


apply to 
U. E. THOMPSON, 
ont Allan Lino, 
Express Office, 


March 1879 Belleville, 


The Steamer “ UTICA,” 


J. A. PORTE, Carrary, 

ILL leave Trenton every morning 
- Saucers excepted) at 6 o'clock, call- 
ing at Rednerville and all Ports between tho 
head of the Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville 
atSa.m. Will leavo Picton at | p. m. on re- 
turn for the haad of the Bay 

villo at 5 p. m. 
Omnibuses in waiting at Picton and Belle- 

le. 


W. H. CAMPBELL, 
Agent, Belleville, 
P. F. MoCUAIG, Agent, Picton. 
April 28, 1879. d&w 


PICTON AND BELLEVILLE. 


Carrran 
AssETs 
Income 


THE STEAMER 


CITY OF BELLEVILLE, 
H. BOGART, CAPTAIN, 
\Wy ee Picton DAILY, (Sundays ox- 
cepted), at 6 a.m., calling at all Ports 
between Picton and Belleville. a 
Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. 
Mabing conaection with the Napance steam- 
er at Mill Point, morning and evening. 
W, H. CAMPBELL, 
Agent, Balers 


May 5, 1879, Ww 


THE STEAMER HASTINGS, 


for security of Canadian Policy Holders, $100,- 
000. 


against loss or damage by fire or lightning on 


“ = ES 
G, CRAWFORD, MASTER, 
Wi leave Belleville EVERY MORNING, 

(Sudays excepted) at 6 o'clock, except Sat- 

urday, when she will leave at 2:45 a.m. a 

Returning, will leaye Kingston for Belleville 
and intermediate ports at 4:30 Ri m. 7 

The ‘* Hastings’ connects at Kingston with the 
G. T.R. going East and West; the Royal Mail 
line of steamers for Montreal, ‘Toronto and Ham- 
ilton; the Fi steamers for Cape Vincent, and 
steamers for Rideau Canal and Ottawa. 


For further infe ti ly to 
ee rE W. Le CAMPBELL. 
Belleville, May 5, 1879. 


FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. — 


Tne Commoviovs Anp Favorite Passexorn 
AND Freiour Steamer 


Oart. Surru, 
ILL leave Trenton every Monday morn- 
ing at six o'clock, and Belleville at 
nine o'clock, for ports as above, running all 
tho Rapids, including Lachine. 
Returning, leaves Montreal overy Thursday 
at noon, for River and Bay Ports, For fur- 
thor information, apply to the Captain on 


rd, or to 
W. H. CAMPBELL, 
en! 
Belleville, April 30, 1879, 


BANKING OFFICE 
U. E. THOMPSON 


Barpox Srnxer, Becrevitwx, Ont, 


d&w 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 


Bought and Sold. 


Doposite r 
without notice, 
por cent, 


Interest allowed at 4 and 


5 


despatched 
from Halifax for Liverpool and Londonderry 


largest su’ 
3 leaving Belle- | in the world. 


Merchandise, Warehouses, &o, against loss by 
fire, at equitable rates, 


THE SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL 
Fire I 


Joun L. Buarkre, 


site received, subjoot to withdrawal 


STATIONS, 


4.15pm) 7.40am)c. Pt. Huron, 4/9. 30pm) 10. 47 
4,25 |G.T. Junction 9. : 
»» Lapeer, . . 7 
inaw) 6.00pm 
City. | 6.00 


5.50pm 


10,.50pm) 2.00pm) Rast 
50 | 200 B: 
7.30pm:10, 40am 
9.45pm 12. 33pm 
10,20; 1.00 | r ma | 6.40 
8.06pm/11.28am}).. Durand ..| 4.49pm 
11.45 | 5.50pm'Gr'nd Rapids 10.45am 
9.37pm 12. 54pm) 
1.55 


L. 


ps 
aD 


Lansing 

Charlotte . 

Batele Creek 1 

. Vickaburg -!12.00 

Schooleraft 11.48 
.. Cassopolis... ' 10,30 
South Bend.) 9.18 

Spm/a Valpar'so,t 7,00am. 


3.05 


ion trains leave Port Huron 10,00 


am., 8.45 p.m, 


Through Coaches are run between Port Huron 
and East Saginaw and Bay City without change, 


Cras. B. Peox, Heyny Fuxnet, W. E. Day: 
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and engaged in Pat 


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and who must depend upon the'mails in all 
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ark & Northrup, 


Re, a 
<= RE, ko. 


Belleville, 


funds, d&w 


Robertson & Thomas, 
RABE IS TERS, &o. 
yillo, Ont. 


Avex. Ropertson, 


J, Panken Trromas, 


Flint & Jellett, 


(Solicitors for Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce. 


B 


Belleville, Ont. 


Jou J, B. Furr, Monroan Jecuerr, 


Delaney & Ostrom, 
| PINS Attorneys, etc, Trenton, 


Peterson & Peterson, 
ARRIS 
tors in Chancery, Insolvency, and Me- 
chanics’ lion cases, Conveyancers, &o., &o. 
Office over -Clark’s Drug Store, corner 
Bridgo and Front Streots, Bellovillo. 
A. M. Pererson, B.A. C.W. Perenson.B.A. 


Geo. D. Dickson, 
ARRISTER, &c., Post Office Block, 
Bridge Stroot, Belleville, 


E. NeMahon, 
TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitor in Chancery 
&o., &c, Ovvice—In McAn iany’s 
Buildings, Corner of Front and Bridge Streets 
Bellevillo, Ont, d-tf 


S. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 
-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Chay 
<A. cory, Conveyancer, &c, Ovriog—No. 4, 
Graham's Block, entrance from Campbel, 
Street, Belleville, Ont. d&w tf 


David B. Robertson, 
(Skoretary Granp Junction RatLway 
Company.) 
A HORNEY at-Law, Solicitorin Chancery 
Notary Public, &o,,&0, Oxxice—No. 3, 


over the Post Office, Bogart’s Blook, Bridge 
Street, Belleville, Ont, 

P. S.—Money tolond on oasy terms a3d 
Mortgages bought and sold, 


If 


Elisha Wesley, 
SUER of Marriage Liconses, at the office 
of M. B. Roblin, Front St., Belleville. 


BELLEVILLE 


Offices lately ocen- 
pied by Ponton & Denmark, Front St. 


Money to Loan—Priyate and Company 


Offico—Robertson 
Blook, cast side of Front Street, Bollo- 


ARRISTERS, Attornies-at-Law, Solicit- 
orsin Chancery, Notaries Public, &o., 


135 


ERS, Attorneys-at-Law, Solici- 


ARIO TU EX 


_ 


BENSON’S CAPCINE 


A 
gs POROUS PLASTER. 
A WONDERFUL REMEDY. 


Thore is no comparison betwoon it and the 
mn slow acting porons plaster. It {nin 
way superior to all other external rem. 

ed’es, including Liniments and the so-called 
electrical appliances, Tt contains new medi 
elements which in combinat 
her, possess the most extrac, 
lioving, strengthening and cura 
Any Physician in your own 1c 
tirm the above statoment, 
Rhoumatism, Female Weak 
Yeglected Colds and Cough 
Whooping cough, affect! 
Is for whroh 
it is simply the beat 
r Benson's Ca 


Stubborn 
Diseased 
nx of the 
porous plasters 
are 
Ask 
© 
by Seabury 


York. 


HOLLOWAYS PILLS 


This Great Household Medicine 
ranks amongst the leading 
necessaries of Life. 

These famous Pills purify the BLOOD, and 
act most powerfully, yet soothingly on the 

Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, 
and BOWELS, giving tone, energy, and vigor 
to these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE. 
They are confidently recommended as a never 
‘ailing remedy in all cases where the consti- 
tution, from whatever canse, has become im- 
paired or weakened. They are wonderfully 
efficacious in all ailments incidental to Females 
of allages; and asa GENERAL FAMILY 


B.S. Willson, M. D. C, ML, 
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
RADUATE of the University of McGill, 


NSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL, ENCLAND. 


Lrapinity oy SHARxHOLDERS Unumrrep, 
Carrra 
Fowps Ixvestsp 
Axnvat Income 


$10,000,000 
12,000,000 


5,000,000 


The ROYAL Insurance Company has tho 
lus of any Fire Insurance Company 


Tnameee Ohus vies, OO00018, Uwollings, Stores, 


Rouru & Tariey, Chiof Agents, Montreal. 


T. DONNELLY, 
Agent, Belleville. 


‘e Insurance Comp’y of Glasgow. 
+ +» Two Mitttons Sreruixa, 
. $1,500,000 
1,000,000 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO BRANCQH. 
HEAD OFFICE, 


7 Toronto St. Toronto. 


Esq., Chairman, President 
Canada Landed Credit Company. 
Joun 8. Piayratr, Esq., (of Bryoo, MoMur- 
rich & Co.) 
WILuiAM ALEXANDER, Esq., Vice-President 
Federal Bank of Canada. 
Insrectror—Ronert McLEan. 
Resrpent Szcretary-—Lawrence BucHan, 


Deposited with the Governmont at Ottawa 


This Cowpany issues Policies of Insurance 


mercantile, manufacturing, farm and house- 
hold ri at current rates, 

Policies aro issuod from and losses sottled 
directly by the Toronto Office, without delay, 

All Promiums taken in this country are in- 
vested in Canadian securities. 

R. NEWBERY, 

75.6m Agent. 


QUHHN 
INSURANCE COMPANY 


Of Liverpool and London, 


FIRE AND LIFE. 


Capital, ~ -£2,000,000 Stz. 
Invested Funds 2£ 589,027 


FORBES & MUDGE, 
MonTrxa, 
Chief Agents for Canada, 
W, A. Suxrann, Agent, Belleville. 


To Steam Users. 


My pute Canadian Steam Users’ Insurance As- 
sociation make careful and periodical in- 
speotion of Steam Boilers, give skilful advice 
as to their pepe, and grant insurance 
against loss or Ke by explosion. Nono 
but compotent Inspectors employed. | Special 
attention given to the economizing of steam, 
saving of fuel, &c, Steam Engines indicated, 
d plans and specifications of Boilors and 
En, # made, and their erection supervised, 
ead Office, 50 Front St. East, Toronto, 
HON, ALEX. CAMPBELL, 


Prosi . 
GEO. OC. ROBB, esideas 
Chief Engineer. 
E. L. AUNGER, 
u Agent for Bolloville and vicinity. 


NES 


country, who is willin 
omploymont that wo furnish 
in your own town. You 
rom homo over night, 

whole time to the 
moments. We hay 


work, or only your # 
‘© agents who aro ma 
over $20 por day. All who ongayo at ono 
make monoy fast, At tho prosent tin 
cannot be mado #0 oasily and rapidi 
other business, It costs nothing tote 


5 


® bomo, Sam; 


> de 
Le, roo. Srimnow & 


$5 to $20 worth § 


Portland, Matne® 


if 


le 


business. Tormas and $5 Onttit froo, 
at once H, Hatierr & Co,, Portland, Maing, 


in not casily oarnod those 
times, but it can be made in 
threo months by any ono of 
in any part of the 

to work ntondily at the 
866 per woek 
nood not be away 

You can give your 
pare 
ing 

can 

no money 
y ot and 
the 
Addrens 


Montreal. Late House Apothecary of 
the Montreal General Hospital. Residence 
and Office, Pinnacle Street. dtf 


MEDICINE, are unsurpassed. 


J. E. Eakins, M.D., 
TORONTO UNIVERSITY. 
ICENTIATE Royal College Physicians ; 
Licentiate Royal College Surgeons, and 
Licentiate Midwifery, Edinburgh. 
Office, No, 2, Robertson Block. 
Residence, 180 George Street. 


J. R, Dickson, L. D.S., 
Sunceon Dentist, 
Ovrick—Corner Bridge and Front sts. 
Entrance on Bri ino Street. 
— on WwW. oranscompe, 
E AS removed his DENTAL OFFICE 
cross the street, over Davenport's 
Fur Store. 50-wk 


Jos. Caldwell, 
URGEON DENTIST, formerly of Belle- 
ville, late of Ottawa, has opened an office 


in Robertson's new block, Front Street, Belle- 
ville, Teoth extracted without pain, 
Dr. Higinbotham, 

| PIR MOL ED Surgeon, Accoucheur, &c. 

Office and Residence, next door north of 
the Bridge Street Methodist Church. 

John J. Faricy, M.D. 
FFICE.—Front Street, over Chandler 


Dr. H. James _ . 
AS removed his office to his residence, 
Church Street, near the Kingston 


Road. 


S. A. Abbott, M. D., 
RADUATE of Queen's University, and 
G member of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Ontario. Orrice—Over Clarke's 
Drug Store, Corner Front and Bridge Streets, 
Belleville. 158 


Evans & Bolger, 

ROVINCIAL LAND SURVHYORS 

Architects, Civil Engineers and Land 
Agents. Office—Dominion Buildings, Bridge 
Street, Belleville, Surveying in all its 
branches in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to. Drawings, Specifications, &c., 
ofinventions prepared,and Eaveueeep Dues for. 

Joun D, Evans, Tuos, O, Botoxrn, 

P.L.S., 0, BE. & A. P. LS, 


Thomas Gardner, 

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P Roofer, Cementing, &o, Centro Piecer 
mado to order. 

Rererences—Hon. Robert Read, Wm, E. 
Holton, Rev. Mr. Bird. 


Belleviile, Deo. 6th, 1875. att 


Phenix Fire Assurance of London 
EsTaniisuen iN 1782, 
SSURANCES granted on Town, Village, 
A and Farm Buildings and Property, ov 
most favorablo terma. 
GEO, E,BULL, Agent. 
Stirling, lst Ang, 1876. 


“Ontario Loan Society’ 
1 ijpeet Money at 6 and a quarter por cont, 
payablo yearly. 


“Farmers’ Friend Loan Co.,” 


Lend money at seven per cont, in any sums 
for any timo. 


’ 


Also, a large amount of private funds for 
investment at roasenablo rates. 
Apply to 
FLINT & JELLET?, 
Barristors, &o., 
Belloville 


Bellovillo, Aug, 23 1878. dtf 


| THE INTELLIGENCER JOB PRINTING 
DEPARTMENT. 


isfaction given to all customor 
‘0 as moderato as the cost of getting 
up good work will allow, and aro usually found 
satisfactory. 
THE 


Intelligencer Printing Office 


is now noted for its punctuality in fulfilling 
promines, and business men can rely on got- 
ting thoir work at time Agreed upon. 


THE FACILITIES FOR 
GRTTING OUT 


JOB WORK 


aro ample, and ordors aro pushed through with 
vigor, ao that work can be got out in short 
time, 


Orders from the Country 


Its Searching and Healing Pro- 
perties are known throughout the 
orld. 


For the cure of BAD LEGS, Bad Breasts, 


Old Wounds,Soresand Ulcers, 


isis an infallible remedy. If effectually rub- 
bed on the neck and chest, as salt into meat, 
it Cures SORE THROAT, Diphtheria, Bron: 
chitis, Coughs, Colds, 9" Aho." HMA. 
Fan file; ?-* Te 


Gout, Rheumatism, 


And every kind of SKIN DISEASE, it has 
never been known to fail. 

Tho Pills and Ointment are Manufactured 
only at 


533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, 


And are sold by all Vendors of Medicines 
throughout the Civilized World ; with direc- 
tions for use in almost every language. 

The Trade Marks of these Medicines are 
registered in Ottawa. Hence, any one 
throughout the British Possessions, who may 
keep the American Counterfeits for sale, will 
be prosecuted. 

» Purchasers should look to the 
Label on the Pots and Boxes. If 
the address is not 533, Oxford 
Street, London, they are spurious. 


The Promoter and Perfector of 
Assimilation. 

The Reformer and Vitalizer of 
the Blood, 

The Producer and Invigorator 
of Nerve and Muscle. 

The Builder and Supporter of 
Brain Power. 

Follows’ Compound Syrup is composed of 
Ingredients identical with those which 
constitute Healthy Blood, Muscle and 
Nerve and Brain Substance, whilst Life it- 
self is directly dependent upon some of 
them, 

By its union with the blood and its effect 
upon the muscles, reestablishing the one 
and toning tho other, it is capable of effect- 
ing the following resulte: 


It will displace or wash out tuberculous 
matter, and thus cure Consumption. 
By increasing Nervous and Muscular 
Vigor, it will cure Dyspopsia, feoble or 
interrupted action of the Heart and Palpi- 
tations, Weakness of Intellect caused by 
iof, weary, overtax or irregular habits, 
3ronchitis, Acute or Chronic, Congestion 
of the lungs, even in the most alarming 
atagen, 

It cures Asthma, Loss of Voico, Nou- 
ralgia, St. Vitus Danco, Epileptic Fits, 
Whooping Cough, Nervousness, and is a 
most wonderful adjunct to other remedies 
in sustaining lifo during the process of 
Diphtheria. 

Jo not be deceived by remedies bearing 
4 similar name, no other proparation is a 
substitute for this under any circumstan- 
con, 

Look out for the namoand addroas J. I. 
FELLOWS, St. John, N. B., on tho yel- 
low wrappor in watermark which is scen by 
holding the paper before tho light. 

Price $1.60 por Bottle, six for $7.50, 

Sold by all Druggists. 


FPINANOTIAT,. 
invented in Wall St, atooks 


$10 to $1.000 maken fortunos ovor 


month, Book sont free ox plaining overything. 
Addross Baxter & Co., Bankors, 
\77y 17 Wall 8t., Now York 


SEND 250, to ROWELL & CO, Now York 
WO for Pamphlet of 100 pages, containing 


attended to with promptness, and work for. 


140,6m-38, iy 


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Dg Oost of advertising 


Daily Autelligencer, 
The Grand Trunk allway. 


(From the Canadian Spectator.) 

_ On the first day of this month the Riv- 
iere du Loup section of the Grand Trunk 
Railway was to be handed over to the Gov. 
ernment of the Dominion, and the monoy 
received for it will bo expended in acquire 
ing & western outlet for the Grand Trunk 
towards Chicago nd St. Paul, and giving 
it access to all the trading parts of Michi- 
gan. This may be taken as a new point of 
departure in the development of the rail- 
way, and affords an opportunity for review- 
ing its history and prospects. 

During tho last five years—tho period 
covered by the present mavagement—suc- 
cesses have been won and difficulties over- 
come, which, could they haye been fore- 
seen, would have appeared impossible. It 
is true that there have been times when 
Grand Trunk stock was higher in the Lon- 
don market, and when it was in a better 
standing as to raising capital there, but the 
change in the position is due to the fact 
that capital was raised on promises which 
hove not been fulfilled—not because thoy 
were unreasonable, or dishonestly made— 
but because of the serious competition 
which has grown up since then, By the 
extension of the American and Canadian 
railway systems, duplicate lines have been 
built to compete for the same traflic, there- 
by reducing the rates to one-half, and often 
to one-third, of what they were a few years 
ago. There has been a large increase in 
all kinds of freight traffic, but a correspond- 
ing decrease in all rates. No dividend was 
paid up to 1874, and of course, no dividend 
has been paid since then, but this is the 
important point to notice, that double the 
work is done, and the running expenses 
have not been increased. 

Any one acquainted with the Montreal 
Witness will not accuse it of being in any 
way partial to¢he Grand Trunk, yet it says 
of this summer's passenger train service - 
“The enterprise of the Grand Trunk Rail- 
way is worthy of commendation,” that 
trains ‘‘are run faster, in ene instance by 
two hours,than last summer, when the time 
was considered marvellously quick.” It is a 
fact that the passenger trainshavenever been 
run with greater regularity, and the service 
given to the public was never more satis- 
factory. During the last few years excur- 
sion trains, carrying passengers at low 
fares, have been ran almost daily in the 
summer over some parts of the line,—a 
thing quite new in the history of the line. 
Apart entirely from the loss occasioned by 
the reduced rates in merchandise traffic is 
the decrease in the business carried by pas- 
senger trains. The repo 

Soi k tastes 
; or an average of 2,110,77 
The receipts in 1873 were 
; in the fiye years, $13,836 ; 
yearly average of $2,767,362. The differ- 
ence may be counted as actual loss, as in 
the figures quoted the train service shews 
an increase in the number of miles run to 
obtain the excursion business, without 
which there must have been a much larger 
diminution in the passenger receipts. The 
loss in passenger earnings may be attribut- 
ed, for the most part, to the hard times 
through which we haye passed. Fierce 
competition has occasionally raged for a 
time in the through American business ; 
but this, unlike freight, has not entailed 
the running of extra trains, and it has pro- 
bably been somewhat of a benefit to the 
Grand Trunk in bringing to it a large ac- 
cession of through business to fill partially 
occupied cars, At most, it could but add 
an additional car to a train capable of hay- 
ing still more attached with very little 
extra cost. This has more than counter- 
balanced the reduction in fares brought 
about by competition, while the American 
lines, carrying so much greater a propor- 
tion of the through business thanthe Grand 
Trunk, have suffered by having nearly the 
whole of the receipts depleted. 


Competion has also had tho effect on the 
American railways—by what is termed 
“scalping”—of seriously interfering with 
the local traflic in the districts traversed 
by the trains which convey the through 
passengers, The principal loss in Grand 
Trunk persenger traffic as compared with 
previous years is in consequence of the 
diminution of business between local points 
both for the portion of the line in Canada 
and the United States ; but this is only 
temporary, and when renowed activity in 
general trade occurs this difficulty will 
cease to exist, and even at the present time 
the weekly earnings shew a considerable 
improvement on tho returns of last yeor. 


Tho volume of passenger traffic between 
old locations has {not materially increased 
in the districts in which new lines have 
been built, but a great injustice has been 
done by the construction of parallel lines, 
which have been aided by Government 
grants. In ono instance, the Ottawa and 
Quebec Railway, built and equipped entire- 
ly by the Government, took away from the 
Grand Trunk Railway and the Richoliou & 
Ontario and Ottawa River Navigation Com- 
panics’ steamers—all of which wero private 
undertakings—a considerable portion of 
even the small revenue earned by them in 
the thinly populated districts through which 
thoy are oporated. 

Tho following figures—takon from tho 
ablo roport of tho Massachusotts Board of 
Railway Commissionera—show the position 
and passenger carnings of a fow of the 
loading railways in the United States, 
situated in districts mont adjacent to Oan- 
ada, Tho carnings of the lines in that 
Stato in the yoar 1873-4 wore $1f 
while inthe four years after they wor 
$56,537,680, and in tho lant year only $12,- 
949,970. Tho avorago decrease is $),738,- 
or nearly 11 per cont. ; the decroaso 
on the last year was $2,922,717, or nearly 
18} per cent. ns compared with 1873 ; 
whilst the Grand Trunk has had only a 
docreaso of loau than & per cent., comparing 
tho yearly averago for tho five years with 
tho receipts for 1873. ‘Tho last your's pas: 
songor rotticns for the Now York ‘entra! ' 
Lake Shore, and Michigan Southorn, anc 
Michigan Contral Railway—tho threo 
Vandorbilt}linos—show a falling off, as*com- 
pared with tho yoar 1873, of $3,1¢ 
equal to 22 por cont. decline, 


wore 


points in Canada morchan- 
oh lo ou that 
been carried at such low rates t 
dino haa beso depressed timon business has 
heen conducted Which would have been 
impossible but for tho facilitios thua af- | 


Botwoon local 


tho chango of gauge to 4ft. 84 ix 
took place in 1873—enabled the ompany 
to do double the work in the movement ef 

| goods which it could proform under the old 
gaugo of 5 ft. 6 in, when al the traflic | 

‘nterchanged with American lines had ts 

| be cither transhipped or conveyed in 
changeable gauge cars, the nature of the 

| construction of which made them do serious | 
inju.7to tho road-bed of tho lino. The 
statistics of work dono will show the ro. 
sults which haye been reached the 

quingennial period from 1874 to 1878, 

In the years 1872 


which 


and 1873 there wo 
433 and 442 million tons moved one aallos 
and the rato obtained in the latter your | 
was one and forty-six hundredths of acent. 
in the year 1878 the work done reached 
million tons carried one tile, and the 
rato carned on it was a little over throo- | 
quarters of acent. per ton per mile If | 
the fivo years’ traffic had been carried at the 
rato of 1873, it would have given an ad- 
ditional net revenue, of over nineteen mil- 
lion dollars, or nearly four million pounds 
sterling. The reduction in ratehas been en- 
oy at the expense of net revenue, which 
would have been available for dividend. 
This amount is equal to the present market 
value of the entire G. T. ordinaiy and pre- 
ference stack, exclusive of debenture debt 
and would have paid an average of two 
per cent, per annum forthe five years on 
the par value of the ordinaty stock,and an 
average of nearly four and a-half per cent. 
per annum for the same period on the lst, 
2nd and third preference stocks. As £7,- 
500,000 of the ordinary capital stock was 
issuedjat 20, the two per cent, really means 
10 per cent. per annum to the original in- 
vestor. The constant watch‘ulness main- 
tained in working the line has resulted in a 
reduction of the working expenses, which 
have decreased from £1,584,755 ($7,712,- 
474) or 82.30 per cent. in 1873 to £1'376.- 
010 ($6,696,582) or 76.23 in 1878. 
_ To make another comparison of the work- 
ing expenses of 1873 with the period since, 
it will be neccesary, for the sake of illustra- 
tion, to arrive at the gross earnings which 
would have accrued on the whole moye- 
ment of freight traffic at the rate obtained 
in 1873, and apply tho actual working ex- 
penses for the five years, which will give 
he result of reducing the percentage from 
30 in 1873 to 55 per cent. in the five 
years,—a decrease of nearly 274 per cent, 
Even upon the actual earnings of the five 
years reduced as they are—there is a de- 
crease of 6 per cent. in the working expen- 
ses. The decrease of 274 per cent. would 
be a partially fallacious conclusion. In 
fairness it should be stated that the work- 
ing expenses cover all descriptions of traftic 
under one head If the traffic could be 
divided, and it could be shown of what 
kind of freight the increased business done 
has consisted, I think it would be found 
that it is mainly in what is termed the 
through traflic coming off other lines and 
going to other lines, off the Grand Trunk 
system, which traffic is not. Tans 
= date ee rcHIG GABE possible Jabor is entail- 
ed on an intermediate line (like the Grand 
Trunk or Great Western in their present 
position) in the movement over it of this 
through business, With a railway prepared 
to do business on an extensive scale, few 
additional men are required at any of the 
stations along the route, no loading or un- 
loading of cars js undertaken at either end 
of the line whore it is received from, or 
handed to, foreign Companies, and the wear 
and tear on the track is infinitesimal, An 
actual additional expense incurred in the 
conveyance of this extra traflic is that at- 
tendant on the slight labor of booking at 
the junction station at which it joins the 
intermediate line. In the case of the Grand 
Trunk, there are the charges consequent on 
the running of the engines and cars engag- 
ed in the service, beyond what they would 
be if they were idle, and the empty back 
mileage where the East bound traffic is 
largely in excess of the West bound. 


While the tendency of excess in popu- 
lation and passenger traflic is to\‘‘go West,” 
the present excess of population resident 
in the Eastern States and Evrope, create a 
demand for greater quantities of the pro- 
ducts of the West than the lesser popu- 
lations of the West require of the manu- 
factured products of European and East- 
ern markets. It is therefore evident that 
on the trunk lines there is a large excess of 
merchandise carried Eastwerd compared 
with that Westward bound. 


The large space which manufactured 
articles going West occupies in proportion 
to tho weight is very much at variance with 
the solid commodities going East—such as 
grain, flour, meats, and even with live 
cattle and hogs. Again, in taking into 
consideration the actual working expenses” 
of moving such on aggregate of weight ns 
that carried by the Grand Trunk the last 
five years—about three thousand yo 
hundred millions of tonsa one mile—it 
should bo remembered that in carrying tho 
samo weight and olass of articles the same 
distance, in even the same car, the expenso 
varios considerably when the traflic goos in 
different directions, as the varying gradionta 
of tho line enable engines to haul many 
moro cars toa train load over somo dis- 
tricts than would bo hauled on other por- 
tions of the same railway, Tho working 
expenses of different sections ot a railway 
are alao affected in a difforent ratio by 
climatic influences; so that the excess 
traflic carried in later yoars varios in almost 
overy particular from the traflio of preced 
ing years. Tho local was then much 
greater, and gonoral results show that each 
ton of freight was in formor years hauled a 
much shorter distance, which would, of 
course, make the average expense more 
thon for unloading and loading, and the 
same cartage expense incurred upon a ton 
of froight, whether itis carried 5 miles or 
500 miles. 

I havo alluded previously to tho hopeful- 
noss of the present situation, ‘Tho proai- 
donta of the principal trank lines having 
agrood—after appointing permanont arbi- 
tratorsa—that rates shall bo maintainod,and 
sorhapa oven tho great monopolist Mr. 
Vandorbilt my loan by auch significant 
{acts as tho reduction in rato of the divi- 
dend of Michigan Central, end tho recent 
docline in tho markot price of the atock of 
that Company, that the grasping policy ho 
is pursuing may oulminato in tho wreck of 
his own fortune and those who aroassocint- 
ed with him in his enterprises. 


Mr. Vanderbilt being the controlling 
propriotor of the Now York Contral Rail- 


| way,his intorost is paramount in maintain- 


ing the dividend at its present rato of eight 
per cont. An article inthe North dmeri- 
cau Review for February statos that tho 
dividonda for aix yeara to 1877 amounted 
to nearly forty-three million dollars ; but 
but that in the statement of receipts, after 
particularising tho different items, which 


i The »le fact in that the high 
tee officioncy and tho splondid  or- 
ganization of the working staff havo—ainco 


amounting to nearly six million dollars of 
the entiro earnings. Tho writer continues ; 
“When tho stockholder puts his dividend 
check in his pocket he has the satisfaction 
of knowing that moro than thirteen por 
cent of it consists of a miscellaneous and 
mysterious receipt, which the Company do- 
clines to “specify in detajl,’ With rare ex- 
coptions, either in this country or in Eng- 
land, have Directors been found—no mat- 
ter how important their titles or their 
familics—who could, or would, safely and 
honestly, administer the business of groat 
Corporations, unchecked and uncotrolled 

by complete and absolute publicity, both 
in general and detail. Absolute knowledge 
and ultimated publicity can alone prevent 
such disasters as have recently in England 
been 20 great as to paralyse private credit 
and to ‘ar whole classes of people who 
trust everything to the respectable names 
of those controlling their property,” 

The Grand Trunk is now, I believe, on 
the point of achieving that for which Pre- 
sidents and Managers have worked and 
planned for years. If atthe time when the 
gauge was changed, more additional capi- 
tal had been raised, and the control of one 
of the several routes to Chicago secured, 
the complaints which have been uttered 
against Mr. Vanderbilt monopolizing the 
best traflic would never have been heard ; 
and there doubtless would have been an 
understanding come to with the Great 
Western beneticial to both Companies, As 
far back as 1861, Sir Edward Watkin 
ardently wished to make Chicago the weat- 
ern terminus of the Grand Trunk, and his 
earliest work was to concentrate the man- 
agement cf the Great Western and Grand 
Trunk Companies under one head, which 
was, however, frustrated—as have been all 
attempts since of a similar character—by 
the opposition of the Great Western Direc- 
tors. His connection terminated after ho 
had rescued the line from chaos and bank. 
ruptcy which appeared to immediately 
threaten it when Rowesealled to the rescue, 
During his Presidency the undertaking 
emerged from the position of a local lino 
to become a portion of one of the through 
trunk lines by the acquisition of the Buffalo 
and Champlain Railways which led to the 
subsequent erection of the International 
Bridge across the Niagara River at Buffalo. 
Sir Henry Tyler, in succeeding to tho 
Presidency, brought to the work great 
ability and zeal, and in conjunction with 
the very capable and energetic General 
Manager, who seems to live in order that 
he may werk for the Grand Trunk, will, 
doubtless, succeed in putting the railway 
in 4 position to do its own busineas direct 
with the great shippers of the West. Itis 
likely that in a few weeks Mr. Hickson will 
have made the final arrangements by which 
the Grand Trunk will become one of tho 
great through lines of this continent, com- 
manding traffic for the markets of Europe 
and tho Eastern States of North America, 


ssi 


HOLLAND GIN. 


WwW: have just received, DIRECT from 


Messrs. JOHN D. KUYPER & SONS, 
Rotterdam. Holland, 


our usual Spring consignment of their cclo- 
brated 


HOLLAND GIN. 


The Gin manufactured by Messra, John Do- 
Kuyper & Sons stit neraiys tho reputation 
gained many years ago of being the best and 
rurestarticle of the kind, The best evidenco 
of this is the fact that it commands the m1GH- 
EsT Prick in the leading wholesale markets of 
the world. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers AND 
Wine Mercnants. 


CITY TIN SHOP. 


No. 351, Front Street, Belleville, 


Tx Tun Store ForMeRty OccUrTED BY THE 
Late E. Owanpier, Drveorst. 


§. STOCKER & C0., 

Tin, Sheet Iron and Coppersmiths, 
r 1E becribers beg to announce to tho 
T 'ithabitants of iellvite and adjoining 
country, that they have opened a Shop at tho 
above address. Partios wanting work dono 
in our lino will find it to their advantage to 
give us n call, as wo use none but firet class 
stock; we do our own work and guarantee 
satisfaction. 


TINW ARE, 


ood as tho best, and cheap as the cheapest. 
foram neatly and cheaply done by expe- 
rienced workmen. Eay troughing, Roofing, 
Plumbing, Bell-hanging, Steam and Gas fitting 
a SPECIALTY, 

Note the place, 351 Front Street, 

bove Tickell’s Furniture Store. 
ono door above Ticke! TO ORER & Ga 
< 


Encourage Native Industry. 


Dealers, Furniture 
umbers, 


Belleville, April 20, 


To Marble 
Dealers, 

WING to extensive additions to my J/a0 
( tory of the latest improved mac hinerys 
am now prepared to furnish all kinds of Mar 
blo and Granite work at greatly reduced prices, 
Firat quality Marblo tops for Furniture and 
Plambora’ une, 600, per foot—old price 900,— 
and a like reduction on all other kinds of mar« 
blo work. 

My InrenxationaL Scoron Granrre, both 
Red ‘and Grey, has almost entirely supersedéd 
tho Ab 1 Granite, both in this country 
and tho United States. Tho columns for tho 
interior of the new State House at fideny are 

ow boing made of it, at my facto 
meSond for designs, prices and bth of stone, 
R. ROR ae ‘ 

Intornational Scoteh Granite Works, 

10;8m, alt Montreal, 


BANK NOTE BOOKS — 


usually appear as “railway revenue,” thore 
is a‘ misceleancous” in tho six yoars 


R any Bank, in difforent alzos, for ale 
‘ab the Derarriomwomn Offs. 


Fr 


», ROWELL A Co, — 
GEO. P. Ri 40 Pank Row, Naw Your, 


Jn. B. 
"RE our Agonts in that o 

thorized to contract 
ur lowest rate: 


ity, and aro au 
for advertising at 


oO 


Baily Muteliigencer. 


“BELLEVILLE, TUESDAY, AUG. 5. 


Protection for Bank Depositors. 


In viow of the excitement amongat thono 
who had money on doposit in tho Conaoli- 
dated Bank at tho time of its susponsion, 
it is well that tho provisions of the law for 
tho protection of dopositors should be 
known. Tho following aro the clauses of 
tho Banking Act (Statutes of Canada, 34 
Vio,, clauses 57, 58 and 59,) bearing on the 
subject :— 

“ Any # sionby the Bank of payment of 
any of its liabilities as they accrue, in specie 
or Dominion notes, shall, if it continue for 
ninety days, constitute the Bank insolyent 
and operate a forfeiture of its Charter, so far 
as regards tho issuo or reissue of notes and 
other Banking operations ; and the Charter 

_ghall remain in force only for the purpose of 
enabling tho Directors or tho assignoo er 
assignees, or other legal authority (if any be 
preted in such manner as may by law be 
provided) to make- the calls mentioned sons 
next following section of this Act and to wind 
up its business: And any such assignee or 
assignees or other legal authority shall, for 
such purposes, have all the powers of tho 
Directors. 

“Tn thé event of the property and assota of 
the Bank boooming inautlicient to pay its 
debts and liabilities, the aharcholders of the 
Bank shall be liable for tho deficiency so far 
as that each shareholder shall be so liable to 
an amount (over and above any amount not 
upon their respective shares) equal to 
the amount of their shares respectively ; and 
if any suspension of payment in full in specie 
or Dominion notes, of all or any of the notes 
or other liabilities of tho Bank shall continue 
for six months, the Directors may and shall 
make calls on such shareholders, to the 
~amount they may deem necessary to pay all 
tho debts and liabilities of the Bank, without 
waiting for the collection of any debts due to 
it or the salo of any of its assets or property ; 
such calla shall be made at intervals of thirty 
days and upon notice to be given thirty days 
atleast prior to the day on which such call 
shall be payable ; and any such call shall not 
exceed twenty per cent on each share, and 
payment thereof may be enforced in like man- 
ner as for calls on unpaid stock, and tho first 
of such calls shall bo made within ten days 
after tho oxpiration of the said six month 

y failure on the part of anysharcholder 
liable to such call to pay the same when due, 
shall operate a forfeiture by such sharcholder 
of all claim in or to any part of the assests of 
the Bank, such call and any further call 
thereafter being uevortheloss recoverable from 
him asif no such forfeiture had been incurred. 
Provided always, that nothing in this section 
contained shall be construed to alter or dimin- 
ish tho additional liabilities of the Directors 
hereinbefore mentioned and declared : Pro- 
vided, also,that if the Bank be en commandite 
and the principal partners are personally 
Tiablo, then, in case of any such suspension 
such liabili Il at once acerue and may be 

st such principal partners, 
without waiting for any sale or discussion of 
the property or assets of the Bank, or other 
preliminary proceedings whatever, and the 
provision respecting calls shall not apply to 
such ank, 

OF any OF them vwo~uenete ur reeriveltersin, 

transfor thereof within one month before the 
commencement of the suspension of payment 
by the Bank, shall be liable to calls on such 
shares under the next preceding section, as if 
they had not traosferred them, saving their 
recourse against those to whom thoy were 
transferred ; and any assignee or other oflicor 
or person appointed to wind up the affairs of 
the Bank, in caso of its insolvency, shall have 
the powers of the Directors with respect to 
such calls, Provided that if the Bank bo en 
commandite, the liability of the principal part- 
ners and of the commanditaries shall continue 
for such time after their ceasing to bo such as 
may be provided in tho Charter of tho Bank, 
and the foregoing provisions with respect to 
the transfor of shares or calls shall not apply 
to such Bank,” 
—_ 


A New Source of Contagion. 


In tho interest of public health we re- 
produce the following important article 
from the London Free Press: It has long 
been known that one of the most common 
and active agencies for the propagation of 
typhoid fever, is that of drinking water 
which has become contaminated by connec- 
tion with vaults or surface drainage. Ano- 
ther onemy has lately come to light. A late 
article by Dr. Van de Warker, in a scientific 
monthly, thus-alludes to this new source of 
contagion :— 

‘ About cight years since, Dr. Flint, who 

has studied and written a great deal on tho 
aloo became satisfied that a source of 
typhoid fever existed which was littlo dreamed 
of, and which at first thought would acem im- 
wsible, This source, as he then enunciated 
t to his home medical socinty (and not to his 
knowledge having been before suggested), in 
found in ice. If this idea ia thoroughly inves: 
tigated it will not appear to be Yery preblem- 
atical. In the first place, the poison is hot 
destroyed or pea peted by freezing (some one 
long ago remarked that ico often maska or 
conceals what it doos not kill), Now, whence 
comes our ice supply? Often from shallow 
reservoirs in the midst of neighborhoods of 
towns purposely made to receive surface 
drainage from all around, under tho erroneous 
idea that no harm will ensue, as freezing is 
supposed to purify and render harmless what 
might otherwise bo objectionable, The dang- 
er of ice taken from improper places is not 
only from that which is drunk, But from its 
use in refrigerators and preservatories, whoro 
milk, butter, {ruit, vegetables, meats are 
subjected to its saturating influence as it 
vaporizes. Soveral instances have fallen 
under the doctor's observation where the 
Gisease, by the most careful investigation 
could not bo traced to any other source; and 


: 
| 


Z it wo accopt au a fact the statement 
made by Budd in The London Lanes aly 


1850, that it never originated de novo, but ur» 
ceeds from a special and specific poison. which 
is capable of effusion to a great oxtent, and 
which preserves ita noxious qualities for a 
long period, even if buried for many months 
Wo cannot roject the hypothesin of ice infos, 
Hon, andl it is hoped that it will be mada the 
subject of very thorough and careful investi. 
gation.” 


The assertion hero mado that ico does 
not dostroy fever gorms is borne out by the 
experience of the United States vessel in 
whose caso, last winter, an attompt was 
mado to destroy yollow fover gorms by sub- 
Jecting the voasel to oxtremo cold. Tho 
result is well known, Upon the return of 
| : warm weather tho foyor broke out on the 

samo yousol, thus Proving quite conclusivoly 

that froozing cannot bo relied on to do moro 

| ‘han tomporarily quiet tho germs of the 

Amaro, If Von do Warker's conclusions 

bo Sereot, thore is among usa now and 

formidiuy olemont for the propagation of 

disease, 
ee 

*Daughtor,” 

his little one, * 

grea apples?” 
ong,” 


jd an oo anxious parent to 
ost T tell you to oat no moro 
LOW apa; but this in a yellow 


xD yee | 
ATES, 41 Panx Row, Naw Yous, 


Political Notes. 


In a Jottor to Lioutenant-Governor 
Thompson in 1839 that voteran Reformor 
Lord John Ruasell wrote ;—‘ The Conati- 
*€ tution of England, after long atrugg 
‘and altornato success has settled into a 
« form of govornmont in which the prero- 
« gative of tho Crown is undisputed, but is 
Hence 


* novor exercised without advice. 
‘€ tho oxercise only js questioned, and how- 
* ovor tho uso of tho authority may be con- 
** demned tho authority itself remains un- 
‘touched. This is tho practical solution 
*« of a great problom, tho result of a con- 
“test which from 1640 to 1690 shook the 
“ monarchy and disturbed the peace of the 
country.” ‘‘ Novor oxorcised without 
advico” is the phrase which gives the kernel 
of this whole matter, Mr. Letellior did 
exorcise the prerogative without advice, 
and thereby violated a fundamental rule of 
the Constitution. But what do the Grit 


Nows Condensed. Handicap Shooting Contest. 


. Wiha condils f the 
—Hon. W, MeDouge"l loaves for Manitoba | The following aro tho conditions o} 


champion handicap shooting contest amongst 


—Ottawa playa Toronto at cricket on tho 
7th and 8th of August. 

—Lt,-Governor McDonald and party arrivod 
at Winnipeg on the 4th inst. ; 

—Tho amount contributed to Queen's 
College Building Fund up to the lat of August 
was $12,652, 

—A soldier named Edward McDermott 
was drowned at Montreol on the 4th inst, 
while bathing. ‘ 

The number of immigrants arriving at 
Montreal is in oxcoss of last year and thoy aro 
of a bottor class 

—A correspondent says there are 14 mil- 
lions insurgent Russians on tho banks of the 
Volga, and that the Cossacks as a mase aro in 
loaguo with the disaffected. 


Tho 1st prize to bo a handsome Silver Cup, 
valued $50, and a Silver Modal, the cup and 
medal to bo won threo times before beooming 
the property of the winner. The 2nd highest 
to receive $10, ‘Tho 3rd $5. 

At tho final contoat the three highest scores 
mado by cach to count for the second and 
third prizes, 

Tho winner of each contest to be put back 
five points, but no member to be put behind 
soratch, 

The first contest to take piace on Friday, 
Sth Aug., 1879, ‘Tho second on Saturday, 6th 
Sopt., 1879, Tho third on Friday, 4th Oct., 
1879, The fourth if not finally won, on Satur- 
day, Nov. lst, 1879, when the shooting shall 


—Reports from Franco atate that tho crop | end for the yoar, ‘Tho shooting on exch day 


party of Canada care for ‘* Liberal’’ doo- 
trine, when its practice will bo of disadyan- 
tage to them as a party | 

The Toronto Telegram soys7—‘'The Globe 
has turned its powerful mind to bringing 
about tho abolition of the duty on coal im- 
posed by the N. P. Tho coal duty is the 
lynch pin of tho N, P., and if the lynch pin 
were pulled out the whole institution would 
fall to pieces. Tho Globe has been butting 
its head against the N, P, in bulk without 
success, and now it is consecrating its entire 
energies to secure the destruction of the 
lynch pin. When we consider that this sort 
of thing must be kept up for the next four 
years or so before it can do any good, the 
melancholy duty the Globe is trying to per- 
form becomes‘apparent.”” 

The St. John, New Brunswick, Daily 
Neus, a ‘Liberal” jourasl, says of Mr 
Letellier: ‘‘Ho moritod tho fate that has 
overtaken him ; and that fate will serve as 
a warning horeafter to all Lieutenant-Goy- 
ernors inclined to partizan courses.” 

Tho Grand Trunk Railway traffic returns 
for the week ending 26th July show an in- 
creaso over the figures of the corresponding 
week of the provious year of $6,639. The 
figures aro $164,503 against $147,864. 
The Grit organs attributed recent decreases 
tothe N. P. Will they now credit the in- 
creases to the same source? Common hon- 
oaty would dictate such a course. 

What the Globe doesn’t know about trade 
matters would fill enough large volumes to 
stock a library, Afew days ago it said 
that the coal tex and the tax on tools 
manufactured in the United States would 
ruin all the planing and wood-working es- 
tablishments in Canada, But unfortu- 
nately for the free trader's arguments, the 
planing mills do not burn coal, using the 
shavings, &c., which they produce for fuel, 
whilst nearly all the wood working tools 
and machinery used in Canada are manu- 
factured in Galt and Dundas, and this 
machinery and tools are not only cheaper 
but much better than those which some 
years ago used to be imported from the 
United States. 

Halifax Reporter.—It is remarkably 
‘ Mat bh= mand NOP wan't 
East Indian shares, and Egyptian and 
Australianand European stocks, and United 
States bonds, are oither going down or 
hardly holding their own, Cadadian stocks 
of allkindsrunup. It isthe prime fayor- 
ite. Nova Scotia is being ruined by the 
N. P. yet up go the Nova Scotia bonds. 
British Columbia is being ruined by the 
N. P., yet the London Stock Exchange not 
only fails to note the ruin, but absolutely 
and absurdly gives more than ever for the 
bonds. The Canadian railways are being 
slowly eaten up by the N. P, And yot 
while some American Railway securities 
foll 2} per cent, ** Canadian aro steady " is 
the report from that benighted spot, the 
London Stock Exchang 
_—_ 


The Late Bishop O'Brien. 


In several Protestant churches at Kingston, 
on Sunday, the officiating clergymen referred 
to the late Bishop O'Brien, cugolizing him, 
At the Roman Catholic cathedral low masses 
were said at 8 o'clock and 10,30, the edifice 
being crowded on each occasion. Vicar-Gon- 
eral Farrelly addressed tho congregation, 
speaking of the great affliction which had over- 
taken the diocese in the death of the Bishop, 
At 7:30 in the evening the vespors of the dead 
Were chanted, At Sunday morning’s mass a 
large congregation was Present. Many clergy- 
men of the diocese have already arrived at 
Kingston to take part in the funoral servico 
on Tuesday, Soeveral Bishops are expected. 

In the Methodist Episcopal Church, the 
Kingston Whig says, Rey, Mr, Young, pastor: 
referred to the sudden demiso of the Inte 
Bishop O'Brien, Allusion was mado to the 
kind disposition of the deceased Prolate,to his 
liberality of sontiment, and to his friendly in- 
tercourso with all classes, so manifest in his 
many generous actions, and notably in the 
case of this Church, to thu authoritios of 
which the Regiopolis grounds were loaned 
when tho cornor stone was laid. Tho preach- 
or said they had brought to their minds very 
forcibly the saying that in tho midst of lifo 
they wore in death. Thero was something 
peculiarly sad in the Bishop going from home 
for a few days for rest and recreation and dy- 
ing so suddenly, Little did ho think that ho 
would novor return to the city again when 
taking his departure, Ho endeavored to 
teach the people of all classes and creeds to 
live together in peace and harmony, Ho was 
4 scholar, a gentleman, and a good Bishop. 


Lanon-Savino MAciines —As to what the 
reaping machine has 


done an American con- 
temporary ro 


t fers to the following facta: — 
When tho reaping machine—that bete noir of 
the tramp who sits in the shada and listens to 
the man who tells him he ought to ride in hin 
carriage—was introduced to the country in 
1850, the number of farmers and agricultural 
laborors in the twelve states in 
now chiefly used was 1,301 
2,641,830, 
greater, 


which it is 
,863, and in 1870, 
The difference in Wages was still 
In 1860 farm hands wero paid $8 9 
month,and harvest hands from 800 to $1,508 
day; while jn 1870 the wagos of the former worg 
$30 amonth,and of tho latter from $2 to 3.500 
day. This yoar farmors willingly pay harvest 
hands from $1,50 to $2.60 por day, whilo the 
manufacture of reaping machines in giving 
employmont to thoussnds of skilled workmon, 
The samo romark is applicable to all kinds of 
machinery, the hands omployed during tho 
lant twenty years having more than doubled, 


! ia faili co at 12 o'clock aharp, tho entrics 

boot root in France is failing, and | to commenco at : : 

‘hls te Gaakel enivs strength and impetus | must take place on the day bofore cach con 
test to Private H. Tammadge. Ranges, 200, 
ven shots at each range. 


this is expe: : 
colonial sugar trade, z 
oa algiesa 68 have heard from Germany 500 and 600 yards ; sove 7 ah ranges 
that the Emperor William is suffering from No sighting shots. Snider ri nil ar 
ossification of the bra‘, and that his momory | don targots and rales, Rar ee 
is entirely gone, coaching or instructing a mem! a ri ig any 
—A railway accident occurred on the 4th | of rte contests w'!l be ruled out from com- 
i on Nancy and Vezeliso, by whioh | Po ition. 
ne eee ve killed, eleven seriously Committee of Mepageate bd ete (S00 
wounded, aud forty slightly injured. teats shall be the officers ant nes cmnintees 
—Thirty-soven tenders were received for | officers of Cos, Nos. 1, 3, ani A aetna 
the Manitoba scction of the Canada Pacific | cents for cach competition, hope inc om 
Railway. Tho lowest tender is said to be in | ammunition, marking and all other Clear 
the vicinity of $680,000. The majority of competitors can alter 
—A spider’s not suspended across the path | dates of contests, but not the conditions, 
of Sir Samuel Brown, as ho walked one dewy | — List of names handicapped ios me eunet: 
morning, was tho prompter tbat gave him the | tion; any other member iret = eons 
idea of a suspension bridge across the Twood, | must send his name to Captain y 


Bs 20 Points, 
—We rogrot to learn that Mr. A. Brooks, SE actly, PB, ce 
Brockville, one of the contractors for the “ J.G, Crozier, 20 ae 
Cornwall Canal, is lying very ill at the formor Cepia eins E, Harrison =H Pe 
place, and that his condition causes serious wie af Token’ ar 
disquiet to his friends, Color Sergeant Cunningham, 56 “ 
—The Wesleyan Conference at Birmingham “ * Dawaon, et 
has adopted a roport in favor of an ecumenical Sp s a w 
conference as proposed by the American re oe yo 
Wesleyans, and has appointed a committee to Corporal Hilton, o« 
arrange for the meeting. “ Barber, 22 ye 
—Mr. W. R, Baker, Ottawa, has received Private Coon, 15 “ 
} i «OW. Wilkins, 25 
from the Governor-General the champion curl- ian Hoole 7 
ing medal, of which ho is tho winner. It is ne H. Treseradaet 3 
of silyer and weighs 2} ounces, Onone sido Vandervoort, 4 ae 
are medallions of the Governor-General and s Ee penne oo i 
Princess and on the other the Argyll and 4 i Pettis, . eae 
Guelph coats of arms. ‘a Morton, 2 
—Tho balloon ‘‘Canada” mado a successful « — W, Cariath, 3 
ascent from Montreal on the evening of the a Bleecker, as 
Ist inst, A number of the members of the at mee 
local press went up with Professor Grimley. Bugler Loyd, 25 


Owing to a mishap, the paddles were not work-, 
ed at starting. This was remedied en route, 
and they were thoroughly tested. The ijnven- 
tion is pratically a success, 

—Tho contract for the transportation of 
5,060 tons of steel rails now arriving at Mont- 
real by the Sardinian, was on Saturday closed 
by Hon. J. H. Pope with the North-West 
Transportation Company represented by Mr. 
Henry Beatty, the manager. Mr, Beatty left 
Ottawa by the afternoon train for Montreal to I ant, , 

ake immediate arrangements. as long as he is free he will remain the certro 
me The first news of the battle of Ulundi, of tina and mischief. Gen. Niners 
wos convoyed both to Sit Garnet Woiely | RORUTS te (mena Ean te 
and Sir Bartlo Frere by a newspaper corres, | count, makes, such a course impracticable 

> . aa a 
a hundred ba foyer ash ype HRS pete! Taha Eiare Sree hava been 


news of the victory to Cape Town end Durban, ceeey aera it a ae ea starelhiabetees 
after a ride of fifteen hours. 


One telegram even says that a price has been 
sot upon Cetewayo’s head, but this seems an 


THE ZULU WAR. 


Proposed Conference of the Chiefs 
Anticipated Trouble in the Trans- 
_ Vaal, 


Lonpox, Aug. 3.—Special despatches of 
capture of Cetewayo isall-important, because 


mandant 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1879. 


I Ww 


ORDER YOUR CLOTHING. 
ConsolidatedBankBills 


correspondents in South Africa agree that the 


Consolidated Bank Bills, 


ILL take tho abovo Billa at Par—in pay- 
mont of subscriptions to the new M. 


| 


oe a d College Endowment Fund, 
tala eee 80 to 8bots, | the members of the 49th Battalion — Tabernacle, and College Eadowment Fund 
= aay: Braid ere REYIE Confined to bona fide members of the 49th ‘Troasuror. 
for Consolidated Billa Battalion Bolleville, Aug. 1, 1879. At 


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TENDERS. 


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Thursday, the 7th August, 


inst., at 4 o’clock, p. m., for the 
BUILDING OF ASTONH WALL 


in rear of No. 2 Firo Engine House, to the 
height of tho first floor of the said Engine 
Houve, Wall to be laid in water-limo, to high 
water mark. 

Tenders to state, so much per porch, fur- 
nishing all materials, 


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"4 Artist eye can supply. We please our patrons in 
® close inspection of which is invited. 


We Invent----we copy no one. 


Ladies wishing to have their Photos taken in full dress, will find elegantly fitted dressing 
rooms, and a lady assistant in attendance. 
Appointments are sometiines necessary. 
will be set apart for sitting. 
Miniatures made on porcelain, ivory, or paper (and finished in water colors), for Lockets, 
Enlargements mado from any kind of pictures, finished in crayon, ink, or colorm 


We give card at our Stadio, stating what time 


Fa Ovn Exceepixory Low Prices wit, Continve vUnNTIL FURTHER Norice.-Gm 


Piso 


N. B.—Operating done by our Mr, D., late of the Notman Studio. 


Tho lowest, or any tender, not necessarily 


ted. 
ra JAMES Sr. CHARLES, 
Chairman Fire Committee. 
Belleville, Aug. 4th, 1879. 3td 


Just Received, 


AUREOLINE 


AT THE 


PHARMACY. 


JAMES CLARKE & 69. 
CHEAP WHITE SHIRTS. 


Only 75 Cents Each 


worth far more money. 


CALL AND SEE THEM. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


For Sale ov to Let. 


Twenty-flve words under this head 25 cents 


insertion. Each additional insertion 10 cts. an A. E. FISH & CO's. 


OR SALE, the yacht “Minnie A.,” 4} Remnants of Shirting. 
tor it, with all h $s 
ns measurement, wil er canvas Odds and Ends of Ties, 


and gear complete. For terms and other par- 
Collars,} Cuffs, &c., &c, 


ticula) ly to Mra, Addison, Howard St, 
Yeomans Hill, al teaslOo, 
the whole or a portion of the Underclothing, Socks, 
And all kinds of summer goods at greatly 


Great Clearing Sale 


4p LET, 
three story stone factory, 40 {t x 60 {t., 
on Coleman street. Power is supplied by a 


30-horse power steam engine. Apply to H. z 
A. THompson, on the premises. : peincel pices. A. E. FISH & CO., 
_ Belleville, July 4, 1879. {| Shirt Manufacturers & Gents’ 


260 Front Street, 


Just Received, 


7X 8. 8. “Trent,” from Messrs, Blanken« 
heijm & Nolet, Rotterdam, Holland, 
& consignment of their 


CELEBRATED FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL 


GENEVA GIN, 


IN Woop, 
AND CRYSTAL BOTTLES, (gold labels), - 


Which I will sell cheap for cash, wholesale 
and retail. 
WESLEY BULLEN, 
Importer. 
June 17, 1879, 


ICE CREAM. 


i Pate Choicest in the City, can be had by 
e 


0 Let, a Confectionery Shop and Bakery, 
fully equipped, situated east end of lower 
bridge, Rent moderate, For particulars ap- 
ply to B, Trusisch, Helvctian Hotel.  248tf 


AV? Let, by the year or month, the promises 
Intely occupied by the Canadian Bank of |« 
Commerce, on east side of Front Street, Belle- 
ville, next door to the Glasgow Warehouse. 
Apply to Desmanx & Nortunvr, Barristers, 
Belleville. 


For Two Days, 


CONSOLIDATED BANK BILLS 


gs 


pint, , or gallon, and sent to 
any part of the and sold as low asat any 
TAKEN AT P. AR ater eatablishinent, - 


CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 


UST Received, a lot of 
ivow Tuttwussn, 


Very Cheap. 


| siderable damage 


and the wages quadrupled, while the popula. 
tlon inereased only 67 por ‘conty meee ce 


Lumber Busixess.—An Ottawa despatch 


says :—‘'Mr. O. H. Watrous,of New York. 
Mr. Rabbitt, of Albany, and Mr. D. Rico, 
of West Troy, all extensively engaged in 
the lumber trade, are in the city making 
purchases for foll shipments. The pros- 
pects for tho fall trade are said to be very 
satisfactory.” 


Sap Case oy Potsonixa.—A Quebeo 
telegram says :—‘‘ A sad case of poisoning 
from Paris green hes occurred at St. Martin, 
by the bread being placed in the sang 
place with Paris green. Seven in a family 
named Monette are poisoned. Three are 
dead and the rest are sick, with no hopes 
of their recovery,” 


Porouration or Great Brrrarn.—Accor- 
ding to a return lately issued, the popula- 
tion of England at present is 25,165,336, 
that of Scotland 3,627,453, and that of 
Ireland 5,363,324. If the 608 members of 
which Parliment is composed were allotted 
according to population, England would 
have 485, Scotland 70, and Ireland 103, 
The total net produce of the revenue de- 
rived from taxation is in England £52,192,- 

97, in Scotland £7,844,252, and in Ireland 
£6,499,353. If the members were allotted 
according to tho amount of revenue, Eng- 
land’s share would be 516, that of Scotland 
78, and that of Ireland 64. 


New Cans—A New Inpustry.—The 
Kingston News says :— Yesterday a train 
of fifty-six cars passed over the Grand 
Trunk Railway east. Fifty of these cars 
were short coal cars destined for Halifax 
for tho H. & O. B, Railway and Coal Com- 
pany. They are manufactured by tho 
Ontario Oar Company, of London, Ont., 
and are a credit to that firm. Tho cars 
are similar to those used in Nowcastlo,Eng- 
land, ond other places whore coal is shipped 
in great quantities by rail. They hold 
about ten tons each and by a patent appara. 
tus tho bottom of the car opons by means 
of a trap-door, thereby unloading the car 


instantancously. These cars are intended, 
wo believe, for loading vessels, &o., which 
can be run under an elevated railway in the 
eastern part of the Dominion. Is this an 
offect of tho N. P. 1” 


Destructive Busn Fines.—A telegram 
from Kingston says: “Groat bush fires aro 
burning in tho townships of Bodford and 
Hinchiubrooke,the smoke from which hangs 
over the city. Ono farmer named Oomp- 
son has lost his dwelling and sheds and 
barn, in tho latter of which ho had 30 tons 
of hay. Anoighbor named Souster was 
similarly unfortunate, whilo a family named 
Pattorson is believed to bo lost, tho firo 
having surrounded thom and thoy not hay- 
ing boon heard of for four days. Tho only 
way thoy had of escaping was by Bob's 
lake, and they had no boat. A correspon. 
dont of tho Whig says tho largost firo is 
burning in tho vicinity of Rathbun'spinery, 
in the township of Hinchinbrooko, covering 
as it doos noarly threo miles square, Oon- 
is being dono to farm 
property in tho vicinity of Parham station 


exaggeration, 
dress to a number of chiefs on 


their territory, but that Cetewayo was a 


chiefs to mect him at Eman; 
miles north of Umlatoosi 


chiefs who were present at the meeting on 
July 12 declared the Zulu nation has now no 
head. They wished to have no more black 
kings, and said they would prefer John 
Dunn for king, They promised to bring all 
the chiefs of the coast districts to Emang- 
weno. These tribes, however, do not consti- 
tute tho most warlike part of the nation. A 
flying column started for Emangwene on July 
14 to prepare for the meeting. General 
Wolseley and staff will follow. 

It is reported from Luneburg that Cete- 
wayo, with 7,000 followers, is endeavoring 
to escape across the northera border to join 
Secocoeni. Tho authorities aro keeping a 
good look-out for him. Jno, Dunn and other 
well-informed parties think there is a great 

robability that Cetewayo will be killed by 
Bin followers if he continues to give trouble, 
All of the Zulus wounded at the battle of 
Ulundi were killed by a naiive contingent in 
the employ of the British. 


Swallowed a Baby. 


When Thackeray visited our shores for the 
first time and was invited to partake of a dish 
of oysters, the size of our saddle rocks aston- 
ished him. Accustomed to the smali copper- 
tainted oyster of his native isle, he paused. 
But only for an instant,and in one gulp it was 
down. ‘‘ How do you feel?” asked a friend, 
“*T feel as though I had swallowed a baby,” 
was the reply. To the benigh' foreigner 
our oysters are a revelation as is also Scorr's 
Emouston or Cop Lixer Or combined with 
the Hyrornosrurres or Lire AND Sopa, which 
for debility, all bronchial affections and con- 
sumption stands unrivalled. It is also accept- 
able to the most delicate stomach. 


Wants. 


Twenty-five words under this head 25 cents first 
insertion, Each additional insertion 10 cts. 


Ww: TED, a 
family, 


J. D. STEWART, M. D., 
Oculist and Aurist, 
ILL be at the Dafoe House from MON- 
DAY EVENING, the 21ST JULY, 
ae MONDAY, the 11th of August, 1879, 
d&wtd 


GEO. W, STEWART, 
RCHITECT, Office in Ridloy’s Block, 
Campbell Streot, opposite Opera House, 

March 24, 3md&w 


The Hastings Loan & Luvestment 
Society, Capital $260,000, 


SAVINGS BANK DEPARIMENT. 


NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS, 
—— 
YHE above Sooloty ia now proparod to ro- 
. occlvo doposits at tho rato of 6 por cont, 
per annum, for any poriod, and payable on 
domand, 


eneral servant for a small 
Reply at this office. 


is Society aro scoured 
to, which aftords to 


‘tgage on Roal 
wible seourity for tho 


depositors tho best p 
anfoty of their doposita., 

Tho office will be opened from 7 to 9 p. m, 
on Saturday ovenings for the convenionoe of 
tho publi, 

Sums of one dodlar and upwards received on 
deposit for which interest will bo allowed at 
tho rato of 6 por cont. por annum, * 

J, P, C PHILLIPS, 


on the Kingston and Pembrokerailway.” 


Secretary. 
Bolloville, Aug. 1, 1879, 70aim 


jeneral Wolseley, in an ad. 
uly 12th, in- 
formed them he had no desire to tuke any of 


fugitiye and could never more beking. Gon- 
eral Wolseloy had summoned all the native 

ene, about nine 
iver, on July 19 
to hear his final words of settlement. Tho 


60c., 65c., and 5c. per yard, 
Please call and see them. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


JUST RECEIVING, 


1 eee Instalments of our 


FALL GOODS. 


As usual, wo are first in the market, 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


ing Lands at reasonable rates : 
BELLEVILLE. 


ings on Canifton Road, near Railwa: 
10 east Coleman Street, near Foot 


bs 


McDonald’s Plan, and 3 and 4 Victoria Plan, 
MADOC. 


40 acres of lot 5, in 2d concession, 


THURLOW. 


lot. 
TUDOR. 

Lota 5, 6, 7, 8, 31, 32, 41 and 42 west side 
of Hastings Road ; lota5, 6, 7, 25, 26, 27, 28, 
37, 38 and 64 oast sido of Hastings Road. 

LIMERICK 
Lots 26 and 27 cast Hastings Road; 11 in 
the 13th con,, and 12 in the 16th con, 
WOLLASTON. 
Lots 32 and 33 west side of Hastinge Road, 
THOS. WILLS, 


JAMES GLASS, 
Bellovillo, Aug. 1, 1879. 


JUST RHCHIVHD 


A CONSIGNMENT OF 


CHARLES TURNER'S 


Celebrated 


} Trustees. 


'VARNISHES. 


ARRIAGE MEN will find these Var. 
nishos to be the Best Valuein the mar- 


TURNER'S VARNISHES 
SUSTAIN A 


HIGH POLISH, 


ket. 


vory durablo,and dries in from 10 to 12 hours, 


1 ga, sxe) 1 


Tn pkgs. : J. 


qt. 

H. HAMBLY, 
3 CERTIFICATES, handsome! 

eri = aslo) at the Twrautuzomvors 


Office. 


LANDS FOR SALE, 


4 Jet undersigned offer for sale the follow. 
i 


Lots 1, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 
26, 26 and 27 on Plan of Abercrombie Place, 
9 and 10 town line, N4 11 and 13 on north 
side and lot 4 on south side of Wilkins Street, 
on Bull’s Block F. G. H., with Stone Honso 
and 4 wooden Tenements, and 4 wooden build- 
Crossing, 
ridge ; 5, 
6, 7, 8 and 9 on north side of Campbell treet, 
known as the Opera House Block 3 5 east 
John Street ; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 east Victoria 
Street ; 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 west of Albert 
Street, in Coleman Ward ; 7, 8, 9 and 12 
Tassell Block ; 11, 12 and 14 Booth Block ; 
18 and 19 east side of Wellington Street ; 43 


Lots 41, 45, 47, 50 and 51 on tho Beninger 


STRAWBERRIES 


RECEIVED DAILY. 
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples; 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 


SODA WATER FOUNTAIN in full blast 
with all the finest Syrups. 
J. 8. CROTHEES. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner. 
Belleville, June 10, 1879, 


DIRECT IMPORTATION 


or 


FINE BRANDY. — 


FOR 


GOODS. 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


TO EXCURSIONISTS, 


EXCURSION PARTIES 
] ee to visit the beautiful Village 
of CAMPBELLFORD during the season, 
will do well to consult 
Mr. T. Blute, Proprietor of the 
Windsor Hetel, 
as ho purposes extending the same privileges 


to others as he has to those who have already 
visited him, viz: 


Grounps PROVIDED, PLaTFoRM “Enecrep 
ror Dancinc, anp Music Hat 
in case of unfavorable weather, free— which 
will accommodate one thousand persons, 
Hotel Accommodations 
second to none in the Province, 
T. BLUTE, 


Proprietor. 
30, 1879, dim 


O 


Messrs. J. & F, MARTELL, 
Cognac, France, 


UR Spring Importation of Kin: 
Brandy, ie fron oe 


is now arriving, in 


CASKS AND CASES. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers anp 
Wrxe Mercnants. 


BEDROOM SETS. 


yes received, direct from the English 
9 ee alarge and varied assort- 
ment o! 


COLORED BEDROOM SETS, 


Campbellford 


SEMI-ANNUAL 


SALE. 


ranging in yoke from $2.75 to$l5 each. These 
CouMENcING on Wednesday the 16th | are of frosh and attractive design, and excel: 
July, wo will offer for sale tho Remnants | lent quality, 


of Summer Stock at groatly reduced prices, 


consisting of F, B. ROUS & Oo, ~ 
Cottons, Bellovillo, July 24, 1879. 
Linens. ’ 
Dress Goods, EXCURSION 4 / 
Carpets, PER STEAMER 
Oil Cloths, 
Shirtings, 


&o,, &o, 


ALBXANDR 
(CAPT. SMITH) 


SATURDAY EVENING, AUC. 9TH. 


and every Saturday Hvening until 
further notice, 


Will leave Bollovillo at 7:30, for a sail around 
tho Bay, roturning to Bolleville at 10 
o'clock and Trenton at 11:30, 
TIOKETS 25 CENTS EACH, 

Partios who desire an afternoon excursion 
can leave Bellovillo at 4:30 p.m, sharp, roturn- 
ing at 7:30, Tickets 25 cents, children 10 
cents, I'oa oan be obtained if terete 

47 


MONEY TO LOAN, 
PRIVATE Money at lowont rats, tn sums 


. PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barristers, ‘ko. 


A, 


Geo. Ritchie & Co, 


July 14, 1879, 


Truthfulness and Fair Deal- 
ing is Our Motto, 


oO” work recommenda itsolf, 


_ Our choap prices are nocoptable those hard 
times, Our 


$6 Cabinets are still $3 per doz 
$3 Extra Cards $1.50 


Engagoments will ploaso bo mado in owler 
to save confusion, pho aro vary busy, 
J A. BROCK & CO,, 
Photographora, 
279 Fronr 81, 


ie. 
Qilce Corner Bridge and Front Sta dae 


ye eae 


TRAVELLERS’ GUIDE, 
GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE. 


Tune 9, 1879, 
@ DING WEST, 
2, Day fhe 
4 


BELLEVILLE AND NORTH HASTINGS | colloge for theoretical and practical instruc- 


RAILWAY, 


Leaves Madoo.... 
Arrive in Belleville. 
Leave Belleville or 
Arrive in Madoo,.,.. jt 

‘Trains are run by Montreal 


STA ROUTES, 


time, 


Stages leaye the principal hotels for the un- 


dermentioned places at the houra named: 


Fox Strmuiwo,—Daily, at 8 a, m,, and 2 p,m. hood. 


For Mapoo,—Daily, at 2 p,m, 
For Burporwarens, Tweep, &0,—Daily, | 


2p. 
By & Tuxtox.—Daily, at 3 p.m, 
ze Proroy.—Dail, 


enc! 


y . 
ocal Alotices, 

Notices under this head 10cts, a line each inser- 
tion, After six insertions 5 cts, a line, 

Having listened to Prof. Grady’s explana- 
tion of stammering and stuttering and wit- 
nossed tho effect of the trial of his remedy up- 
ona patient, we baye pleasure in certifying 
our conviction that his treatment is both 
philosophical and successful. We are willing 
to be referred tojat any time for proof of the ef- 
ficacy of his method of cure, as we beliove 
him to beaman of honor and a christian 
gentleman, and as for failure in his treatment 
it would be impossible. 

A, Hiorsvornam, M.D, 


N.R, Witrovony, M.A. 
Belleville, Aug. lst, 1879. 4t 


Wait’s Homeopathic Remedies for sale by 
Albert L. Goon, 


P 


Holden's Cholera Drops for sale by Albert 
Geen, 


Fowler's Extract Wild Strawberry, for sale 
by Albert L, Geen, 


Evans’ Colebrated ‘Perfume in bulk, for sale 
by Albert L. Geen. 


Edison's Electric Belts for sale by Albert 
L, Geen. 3 


ly, at 3p. m 
tages arrive in Bolleville about noon 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1879, 


stones, hammors, oto,, for tho hoavy woight 
athlotio championship. Mr, McKinnon is 
not a wrestler, although ho’ is powerful 
enough to becomo noted as auch if ho 
turned his attontion to wrestling. 


MORNING DESPATCHES. 


Ousyexng, W. 'T., Aug. 5.—Jnoob Behrman 
and Wm. Cramer, returning from Hurgis city 
in a buggy last night, slipped ovor a bigh blaff 
near the town, Cramer was inatantly killed, 
and Behrman badly hurt. 

Lovisvittx, Ky., August 6,—The Courier- 
nal’s wpocials indicate a falling off in the 
ction for 


Broauxa an Anr.—The streets of Lon- 
don England, have been recontly placarded 
with an advortisomont stating that ‘tho 
art of bogging is oxhaustivoly taught in six 
lessons by Prof. Lazarus Rooney, who bogs 
to inform the public that ho has founded a 


Jor 
Democratic yote in yesterday's ol 
Stato officers and members of tho Legislaturo, 
Tho Republicavs make slight gains in the Leg- 
islaturo, but the democratic majority is still 
overwhelming in tho Assombly. A oall for a 
constitutional convention fails for want of a 
Greenbackers cut no figure in 


tionin mendicancy,”” Among other practical 
appliances for the profession the Professur 
announces that he keeps on hand artificial 
wounds and sores, assorted braces of twins, 
trained dogs for blind mon, crutches for 
cripples, and surgical bandagos for wounded 
jmpostors. Information isafforded respect- 
jng the most lucrative streots and noighbor- 


constitution. 
tho contest. 
Reavino, Pa,, Aug. 5.—Tho Roading hard- 
ware Co. offeran advance of 5 per cent to the 
striking moulders, which, it is belioyed, will 
be accepted, and work resumed. 
Crxcinwati, Aug. 5,—Ida* Lewis, a pretty 
—- - yarioty actress who had been living with Goo. 
Lrrretx’s Living Ao. —Tho numbers of | Fisher, treasurer of the theatro, wont with 
Tue Livixo Aox for the weeks onding July | him last evening to a suburban resort, and on 
26 and August 2 respectively, contain the | her retarn sho was taken with convulsions and 
following articles; The Talmud, Church | died. A number of rumors are afloat respect- 
Quarterly Review ; Malta, and Oheaterfield’s | ing the causo of tho girl's death, which the 
Letters to his son, Fortnightly ; Food and foqueat wi Seales ee Ws ocak sg 
Feeding, by Sir Henry Thompson, and Our zw York, Aug. CE Chel jaratoga 
Whoat iotda ja theNorth<Weat, Nineteenth | deapatch says that $9,0:0 had been subscribed 
Gaurd Gray\ anal bleinchool a Carnyii 9)| tere con ptiaes, vith thal view, cf acran sg a 
ve y , ; 4 y 
ae ar “ match betwoen Hanlan and Courtney. Van- 
Benjamin Franklin, Contemporary ; Patron- | yori subscribed $1,500. It is thought the 
ized by Royalty, Moyfair; A Now Cale-| 7406 will ocour early in September. 
donian Rising, AU the Year Round ; Oxy- 


5 = 7 . Washington specials : 
genin the Sun, Spectator ; with the con- Tho World says: Tho holders of Louisiana 
tinuation of Jean Inaetow's ‘Sarah do 


bonds propose to teat by a suit in the federal 
Berenger ;” Miss Kxary’s ‘Doubting | courts the validity of the action of the Louis- 
Heart ;” and Sarah Tytlor’s ‘The Bride's | iana constitutional convention with respect to 
Pass," and tho usual amount of Poetry. 


the State debt. 
For fifty-two such numbers of sixty-four Tho 7'-ibune says: Evarts has sont Capt. 
large pages each (or more than 3,000 pages Babson, collector at Gloucester, Maas., to 
a year), the subscription price ($8) is low ; Princo Edward Toland, for the purpose of ob- 
while for $10.50 the publishers offer to send taining information for the department re- 
any one of the American $4 monthlies or 


How Women Would Voto. 


Wore tho question admitted to the ballot, 
and womon ware ellowed to vote,evory woman 
in the land who has used Dr, Picroo’s Favorite 
Prosoription would vote it to be an unfailing 
romedy for tho diseases peculiar to her sox. 
Dr. Pierce has received hundreds of gratoful 
toatimonials of its curative power, 

Iowa City, Iowa, March 4th, 1878. 
Dn, R. V. Prence, Buffalo, N. Y.: 

Dran Stn—For many months I was a groat 
sufforer. Physicians could afford me no relief. 
In my dospair I commenced the uso of your 
Favorite Prescription. It spoodily effooted 
my entire and permanent cure, 

7 Yours thenkfully, 
Mas. Paut R, Baxren, 


Pp. P.P. P. 

Picrco’s Pleasant Purgative Pellots—tho 

little giant cathartic. Sold by druggists. 
WEATHER REPORTS. 

Toronto, August 5.—Probabilities for the 
next twenty-four hours: For the Lakes mo. 
dorate winds, partly cloudy to clear hot 
weather. 

Wasninotow, August 6 . — Indications : 
Lower Lake region, partly cloudy with local 
rains, stationary temperature, 


CUSTOM HOUSE ARRIVALS, 
(Reported by Dixon's Customs Broker's Office.) 

INWARDS. 
Sch'r W. W, Grant, Oswego, coal, Holden 
& Foster, 
G,T.R,—Rannoy, Drake & Dodds, 4 bxe.; 
S A Mooro, 13 pes; Weeso & Coughlin, 6 pos ; 
JE Lent, 25 pes; J Tozoland, 1 pkg; RH 
Toy, 30 bales; J.C Ovorell, 13 bales; J A 
Barkley, 106 cases. 
Expross—G A King, 1 pa; S A Lazior, 1 
bale ; N Davenport, 3 bxs ; W Parmoter, 1 pa; 
SW Wiggins, 1 box 

OUTWARD’. 

Sch'r L D Bullock, Cobourg, light. 


Special Notice. 
Prescription Free 
For the speedy Cure of Seminal Weakness, 
Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on 
by indiscrotion or excess. Any Druggist has 
the ingredients. Address 


garding tho fisheries, His instructions are 
weeklies with Zhe Living Age for a year, 


specific as to the character and information 
both postpaid. Littell & Co., publishers. sought. Babson will bo taken on board the 
. sy 5 


Kearsarge,andoruiso among the fisheries about 
amonth, Information is desired for tho pur- 
pose of opening a correspondence with tho 
British Government on the fishery question. 

The Sun says: Minister Seward will prob- 
ably resign as soon as the judiciary committee 
in charye of the impeachment proceedings can 


Srature Lason,—The following from an 
exchange will prove particularly interost- 
ing; A caso that recently came up in Port 
Perry arose out of the refusal of a young 
man to perform his statute labor, or give 
any good reason why he should not perform | report, 
it, The pathmaster, on the advico of the | s,¥ Fxanctsco, Aug 5,—Parties who have 
Township Olerk, had the delinquent sum- | hoon working up the matter for some time 
moned up before J. Squelch, J. P, The | past have discovered the wreck of the steamer 


DAVIDSON *& Co., 
26y 78 Nassua St., Now York. 


A CARD. 

To all who are suffering from the errors and 
indiscretions of youth, neryous weaknoss, 
carly decay, loss of manhood, &o., I will send 
a recipe that will cure you, FREE JF 
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovor- 
od by a missionary in South America. Send 
a self-addressed envelope to the Rey. Josera 
T. Inman, Station D, New York City, ly 

———— 


Commercial. 


VALUABLE RESIDENCES 


AND 


GROUNDS FOR SALE 
WEST BELLEVILLE. 


[ene will be sold by 
PUBLIO AUCTION 


at tho office of Ralph Purdy, Auctioneer, 
Bridgo Street, City of Belleville, on i 


SATURDAY, 23RD DAY OF AUCUST NEXT, 
at the hour of twel 
ing proporty, namely : 

PAROEL L. 

A family residence with grounds attached 
being lot number 4 on the south side of Lewis 
Street, in West Bello , adjoining the resi- 
dence of James Aconso Inspector, 
Weat Bollovillo, i808 Comprise about 
half an acre of ‘anc on them are erected 
a good rough cast house 16 x 24, with kitchen 
attached 14x 24, and barn 18 fect square, 
with outhouses complete. Thero aro also a 
handsomo lawn, a number of fine grown locust 
and maple trocs, oxcellent orchard, good well 
and cistern, &o, 

PARCEL II. 

Also at tho same timo, on yery reasonable 
terms, lot 17, corner Pine and Centre Streets, 
and lot 16, south side of Pino Street, in the 
Grove, noar the residence of L. H. Hender- 
son, Esq., nearly half an acro of land, good 
rough cast house, &., also a stone foundation 
and cellar for a large house on the premises, 

The above premises will bo sold at a bar- 
gain, ‘Title indisputable, Possession given 
at once, 

For further particulars apply to 

BELL & BELL, 
; Vendors Solicitors. 

Dated this 30th July, 1879. 


IMPORTANT SALE. 


ILU be sold at Public Auction, on the 
premises, on 


Saturday, the 16th day of August, 


1879, at 11 o'clock, a, m,, the valuable prop- 
erty of the late Dn. Lister, on the cornor of 
Pinnacle ‘and Bridge Streets, Belleville, The 
same will bo sold en bloc, or in Lots, acoord- 
ing to a plan by Messrs: Evans & Bolger, P. 
L. S., which can be seen at the Law office of 
Messra. Robertson & Thomas, Barristers, 
Belleville, There will be a reserve bid. 
_ The premises are suitable for Hotel or build- 
ing Lots, and comprise four Lots on Pinnacle, 
three on Bridge, and three on Church Streets. 
For farther particulars, and terms of sale, 
apply to Alex. Robertson, or Morgan Jellett, 
‘Trustees of Dr. Lister's estate. 
CHAS, WILKINS, 
Auctioneer, 
Dated at Belleville, Aug. 2, 1879. 3taw 


‘clock noon, the follows 


$10 to $16, 


FASHIONABLE TAILORING, 


We aro making up to order those magnificent fine Navy Blue Sergo Suits from 


#7 A largo assortment of Dress Shirts, Fanc 


opened ont to-day, Vary Cuxar, y Tics, Silk Squares, and Linen Collars 


Call and seo them, 


BARTMAN & SINTZEL’S 


PRICE LIST FOR 


Oneness AND AUGUS'L. 
rics Every Article in Stock Reduced in Price: 
N's OANADIAN Twrep Svrrs ; « . id $ 7. 
& AL Woon eee bearer 
e Exouisn Svrrs 7.50 ; 
's Wonsren Ts " 6.50 af 
Exoiusn Woxstep Sorrs 9.10 ca 
Exrna Fixe i 1.00 
Men's Tween Pawts ‘ 150 
‘Aut Woot Wonxixo Pants 75 
Forse Dress Pants 2.00 * 
“ Frencn “ 260 « 


Extn Fine Frexcu Parreny 


325 =“ 


4.50 


We havo also a large stock of Summer Clothin ‘4 that must be sold out be! 
1st September, in order to make room for our Fall cee oe fer ee 


Men's Lustre Coats, 60c Men's Linen Coats, 80c. Men’s White Vesta, 75c, 
Boys’ and Youths'|Department, F 

Boys’ Tweed Suits, $2.00. Do. Figured Linen Suits, 70c. Do. extra quality, $1.88. 1 
Boys’ Linen Coats, Bdc. Do. BI’k and Gray Lustre Costa, $1.00. 300 pre. broon duck 
Overalls at 50c. 250 prs. extra heavy figured at 90c. FT 


Furnishing Department, 
Whito Drees Shirts, 75c. Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do: 3 ply Fronts, $1.25 
doz. Uambric Shirts at $1.25, with Collars attached in the latest patterns. oy Tabb 


Coats at 50c. 
REMEMBER THE PLace, 0 

BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 

THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, 


PPOSITE ANGLO-AMERICAN Horet 


GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING — 


TO ORDER. 7 


F you would study your health, comfort, and general appearance, leaye your order and 
I measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest ie, at baa 


Take Noricz.—Consolidated Bank Bills | y 454 man, howover, disregarded the sum- | Brother Jonathan, which foundered off Point 


taken in exchange for Furniture, at Mixonz's mons, and the pathmaster, on further ad- | St. George, near Crescent city, July 


Furniture Store. augl 


vice, had the delinquent brought up on a 
bench warrant before M. G. Robinson and 
J. Squelch, J. P.’s. Tho By-law on which 


statute labor, and on the strength of this 
by-law the magistrates convicted and fined 


65. She 
lies upright in 22 fathoms of water, about 50 
fathoms from the submerged rock on which 
she is supposed to bave struck. There was 
about one miJlion dollars in Treasury notes 


Clutchy, a wealthy manufacturer, was thrown 


from a train at tho depot of the Pennsylvania 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTED AT 
THE EXOHANGE OFFICE OF 
U. EZ, THOMPSON, 


Buviavitie, August 5. 


Stirling Exchange, 83, 
Gold opened at 100 ; closed at 100, 


VINEGAR! 


FOSTER & RHETD’S. 
New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


th t: b ht t forth that 
t —- Sapa ate "aio within’ the. ‘ewnakip and bullion in her safe. eae i Re F ; 1 m9 5 = , VIN EGAR ! Inronrens 
t malas . 5 —Patri - Ab eran 
Baily Hutelligencer. makes such parties liable for two days Newank, N. J., Augast 5,.—Patrick Mo: a aaah age Daring & Soar 3 =o ; 
- as 


ROSS & DAVIES 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, 
FOSTER & REID, 


THE GRYSTAL SARATOGA, 


g- BELLEVILLE, TUESDAY, AUG. 5. the party $5 and costs, in alla little over Railway ms night, The wheels passed over bie ee 
ri we $10. Tho party refused to pay tho fino and his neck, almost decapitating bim and cntting BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 
City and Vicinity. carried the case to the Oounty Qourt, where off his hand, MeCluteby was senior momber Ee ; 
‘ —_— : 5 Zi in the firm of McClutchy & Smith. INTALLIOENCER Orrice, H HY’! in stock and offer for sale: 
the judgment of the magistrates wes set -: Belleville, Aug. 5, 1879. ——— 
Poxice,—There were four arrests made aside and the township saddled with tho New York, Avast 5,—Charles G. Fisher, Wueat—$1 to $1.05, 
a ast night. = formerly Assistant District Attorney, District Baruey—Nominal, E . Mali 7 | R U N KS AN BAG S 
1 Dor ma ecihaodted Gori ts costa—somewhero between $60 and $80. of Columbia, was arraigned yesterday on the esa to Bios nglish t Vinegar, 
& DOLIGEAN TS: =A.00 riod res indictment of attempting to pass a forged aTs—400 to 450, + alli 
q from England passed west over the Grand | © Barris Quanterty.—The British Quarter- Spee ree at aa aa i“ is eee da Pgas—50o. Crystal Pickling do, Received To-Da’ J ul 24th, 
Trunk last night. The greater pert of them | /y Review for July has been promptly repub- . 3 peor! Mu1Tox—66 to 7o per pound, Ys y 
¥ n Saas Cornelius Brinckerhoff sues his wife to ree Hams—7o. to 90. White Wi 
will settle in Ontario. lished by the Leonard Scott Publishing Co.,| °'''s59 0) worth of real estate. Ho al- Burrer—Roll, l0oto 150. me do. YOU BY 3 
. 41 Barclay Street, New York. The public be 1 1857 b dai ted ie dank Burren—Tvb, nominally 80 to lle, . 7 
‘Tue INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY AND ST#A\ | have been looking for this number with much ees ue a ce bes ts rat at i Cunesx—7@90. Cider do. 
Navicatiox Guipe.—We have received | interest, asit had been avnourced that Mr. and he convey: BETAS OBER OLSON Eaas—Qo, to 120. per dozen. HAINES & LOCKETT. 
- . with the understanding that it would bo re- Hipes—Rough $4 to $5; Inspected $6.00, R. & D. have alsoi we , 
Se ve Ghat ie ree ee berry ie iogetel turned when ho requested it. Shortly after] Sueraxixs (shearl:oge)—35o, Aare cee “City Boot Store,” Belleville 

oy blication for the month of August. c , \ i EAKINS—5Oc, = D 
BS ——_—_—— 5 “Movement: its Parentage, Progress and Is- she tarned him ont a ee ae eters Woo —20c per Ib. Ginger Ale, vy pote 

| Cipreaseie Pig tiled 69 ace Pain | wae” anda the ovarve oft he shows) dist Cf OC laa ee Ce Baltes wit A THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA, 

I of the series between the Married and Sin- | aithough it never became dom‘nant in Eng- Lago os Fj ALO Ee zer Water, 
glo members of the Belleviile Cricket Club, | land, yet that it altered the general tone and | Horace Rude an inmate of the Hospital attow—Rer dere & Soar THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
will take place on Friday afternoon next. | tendency of the preaching of the clergy after ace by cutting i throat with a ed Poxinear=el On pes bans Soda Water, THE EMPRESS THUNIC 

’ Each toam has a game to its credit. iis Tractatlan movement hadi bequns=ents) is || Yewetay Scns | KIN COAG OS DACBESD=c Frour—Wholesale, $4.7! pen bbl. TRUNK 9 

x oven suggested that thero may havo been irons nately eo Dee Bot i THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN, 
: f ed Hay—5 to $8 ver ton. er Beer, in Kegs, 
. Excurston,—The Sabbath Schools of | other relations besides those of pure antagon- CxtcKkexs—30c to 50o per pair, . :, 

ig St Thomas’, Ohriat Ohurch and St. John’s| tem between the Evangelical ana the. Trac-| AFTERNOON DISPATCHES, | decus 5 to 60° per pain Bottled Ale, THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 
helda union excursion to-day per steam-| tarian movements, St. George Mivart is the Gexse—35 to 50c. in Quarts and Pints (very fine). 
cca Transit and Olly of Belleville to author of the article entitled, The Feelings | rowro,Ang.&—The iron ateamabip Zouls | 7 =EET# ‘00 to SL00. SEE OUR STOCK FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS GOODS. 

b Massassaga Point. There was lerge at-| and the Intellect.” ‘‘ Reforms in the Univer- | pavid, fi i for Napl “be be ALSO, 

‘ont. Shea AS * | David, from Autwerp for Naples, has been CHEESE MARKETS. z . . 
tendance. sity of Oxford” is by J. Thorold Rogers, ‘and | wrecked during a fog off the island of Ushant, vera Pins NAVE kag Sugar Cured Hams, All the Low Price Lines on hand. 
7 gives a brief account of the actual condition, | France, Twenty-seven persons were drown: me day 81400 Lanec ok Lanton ae ae —————_-0.0€@0 eee 
Inon One.—The Hon. Mr. Flint has | domestic arcangomonts, and the reforms that | og, sold : 2400 baxee Secs nonsiaae Nags lhe Breaktast Bacon. TLV i=) 
Ieft in our office a small samploof iron ore iaye eakare pisca aod are needed in the Uni-| Pho Times reviews tho agricultural pros-| sold at 5 to 6c. The ruling prico was ke, Dried Beef. -. =, 5 
from the recently discovered deposit at the ee The article art ore a De pecta. It estimates that the condition of the paaitaa esing aks rein bores of dairy rie eef. SH E 
York River. The sample in question seems | Quarry, gives general idea of tho (nostic | hay and the other fodder caops in England | 5 7 tho dullest ena bas The ceebrated Hlectric Soap also for 0 0 S 
1 to beof extraordinary richness, It canbe heresies. coals bapersare sibel City ens: aod Wales is many million pounds short of + to dc, and was ahs ae 3 » Fe WH LESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND 
5 H nies, e City of Glasgow Ban! jure;” nei ee £ 
seen in the INTELLIGENCER business office oa "Bagland Saas aaat pera a the average yalue, In the principal barley] po.da 8,009 cheese sold. 4,200 were con- 16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 
by those who sre interested. . : : growing district the worth of barley is nearer | sighed, leading price 5c and the averago R oss & D AV IES. 
3 —— meres number ends with the usual notices of Con- | £5 to £6 than £10 per acre, which has been | 640. : 's 
pC, FioNioanp Hxoonmion The seanes | onpery divrntare, i, Pui | the average value ier yur AG 
Maud arrived hore to-day with a number Hi Derdiay Stress N.Y.) are es Toflesr ‘A Frenchman named Guer'n was arraigned MONTREAL MARKET. Famity Grocers, &c., : BE LLEVILLE BRANCH 
* ofexcursionists on board who wished to} 7, Fondon Quarterly, Edinburgh, Westmin- | yesterday charged with having threatened to Monrrxat, Aug. 5.—Flour, receipts 7,508 ’ 
| view the sights of Belleville. The party, | ser, and British Quarterly Privekew nak assassinate Francschini Pietri, secretary to bris aaa 850 bris. ; market quick and steady, Corner Front and Bridge Sts. : aeete F 
° f rate re sh ; d ’ being rather bare of the bette: ta- Z 5 
a which numbered about 400 in all, sensi Deu J £ er gI6 for prea ae yest et tho late Princo Imperial, if not paid the tomes Raper ae 20 185.25 . re Belleville, May 30, 1879. ROBERTSON tS) BLOCK, ‘ont Stree’ 
ed of Sunday Schools of Napanee and |i, brepaid by the Publishors, money alleged due him for promoting the | $5.10 ; fancy $4.974 to $5.00 ; spring extra r SALE PRICE. 
i jock i 2 5 incl 87h to $4.90 ; superlino, $4.60 to $4.70 5 GOODS ‘SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLE 
Picton, the majority of whom remained at success of the last plebiscite. wee © 9 " 
: = . ig bakers $5,15 to $5.25 ; fine, $4.15 to 
Massassaga Point. Police Court. e eaieew eee Doar marke $4205 ate $3.35 jto ey pare The Only Business in Canada conducted on the same principle. 
————_ = se and Agnes ns, (color who murde to $3.10 ; Ontario bags $2.35 to $2.50; 
| ‘Tue Graxp Jonction.—The members| (Before the P. M. aud B, Gitpert, J. P.) | yfapgio Tumo and infant, in Sussex County, | city do. $2.47) to $2.50, 4 ’ 
of the various Municipal Councils interested ap enh eae ag aid ery erreaee Fo | Sales : 200 modinm bakers $5.00 ; 60 auper | =a >; | Over $200,000 worth of Bouts and Shoes so supplied last year. 

J in the Grand Junction a cae MOUSE ‘OY 1LU-7AME, - day, were arrested yesterday noar the scene $505 LoEH oes ee ee otit —— 

. to make atrip over tho linoon Thursday! 511, Gordinier and Mary Phillips were | Cth murder. Both acknowledged guilt, | 1¢) do. $4.90 ; and 50 extra $5.10, { ; : 5 ‘ahi 
next, in company with the ea oa fined each $20 and costs, a ag Jealousy was the cause, m ‘ don provisions and ashes nominally un- EXCURS IONS. HE great Joss annually ireatained Hy a0 oe ape Deel A SOS eres 
the purpose of inspecting it. o party NY, Kissincex, Aug. 5 —It is denied on good . HE Steamer TRANSIT will make a tri bata! ivi ; 'o th oda loss tho Dealora’ profit, and saving 
will Tene by rete from Hastings to} Richard Demers heen with stealing authority that any arrangemont has been con- NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. T See sees oe wa Bay EVERY SE Gre Weal the: pease, impressed ate thi aid ome 

S £ tot . $ y) ot of ise A % A i Ds 0 our good 
The dig ploaure resort at Ip Wild, | 12 trom Francia Hoge, wan remanded tlt | lnded for the etlament of the rlgou a THURSDAY, wha 1o mori, PEM | fact that cheap Haatarn mate holy goes vay Of eer materi ot ny Kind 
on Rice Lake. peta aie b daese Lsbtekoes sets as CONES wi PE EE at 6p. m., calling at the Cemetory going and om can and fo supply goods of the best quality 25 per cent. less than they can be bought 
Prince Bismarck will not yield any casontial| Gold 100. i 
Ww DRUNK. y y returning. = : elsowhere. 
; + Sere ‘fal hay aa: eq} Thomas Burns was discharged. point ia the Falk Jaws to secure.a modus! ow voRK PRODUCE MARKET. | MASSASSAGA Pond MONDAYS and Marked in Plai . 
{a Gago, farmor, of Saltfleet, iscover Kceaceries vivendi. 2 : ete ated - j Fi ures 
; ' . : = FRIDAYS, leaving and returning at the same ver ng Marke mm Flan 51g 5 

| some good in that cunning and much ex-} rhs caso of murderous assault, Gilbert vs. Wasurxotox, Aug. 5.—During a heavy New Yorx, August 65. hour: 
ecrated bird, the crow. Ho says they are A ‘ ‘ oe storm yesterday afteravon much domage was| Cotton steady, unchangod. - one 25cts. Children, accompanied by 

} : Troganzic, was continued, Prisoner was sont 8 y, iB , , ONLY ONE PRICBH- 

\ most inveterate enemies of the potato bugs, | for trial. done by lightning in this vicinity. onan ¢ vied ie Sain 19,000 cae pales eae parent ee ae tite oS 

bbling them up much faster than they| John McCoy was chargod with assaulti Sararooa, Aug. 4—Weatherand track good, | 11,000 + 94. uO ASE COMM ACOSO Bre ried = 
a oT pad or grain of any kind. So kindly | William Vanuewsier both of Sidney. Die Ist race, for tho summer handicap mile and Bees flour firm ; sales 250, at $3.20 to $3.75. 50 Ri d CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 
A has Mr, Gago taken to these birds that he | missed. a-half, was won by Franklin; Bonnie 2nd;| Wheat—spring nominal; winter unscttled ; ) hewara, Our arrangements are now complete in_ this department, and we can ake to measure 
a i) not allow of them to be destroyed SSS Oriole 3rd ; time 2.394. redcash Aug and Sept. easier ; white shade ILL be paid upon the apprehension and soar Gentlomen’s, Ladies or Childron's goods, in tho Intost atyles, at little over 
will not allow one No Axconor.—Bearine is prepared with-| 2nd raco, 5 furlongs, was won by Giroble, | Stmer ; quiet ; receipts 400,000 ; sales 96,- W conviction of the porson or porsons | PIOMPIY At arged, 

\ on his place. out the uso of alcohol or any other Hair | 4:35) 054. J Y Coors No, 2 red Sop. $1.09}. who sot re = the PE Station on tho | Hall tho pric . yen 

> kiiling ingredient. It preserves the hair Deg x tyo quiet, night of tho 2lat inst, = f BR. ? 
AGneat Success.—The peach festival | and will be found the most dolightfull Hair Escoriaza, Spain, Aug. 5,—Infanta Marie] Corn quiet ; receipts 73,000 bus, + sales Be tes ah 0, a Mer s E tory & Office S. A. OLIVER, BELLEVILLE: 
4. and organ recital held in the Bridge Street | Dressing in the market. Dol Pilar, second sister of the King is dead. Sey Prices ee 450, Bolloville, July 28, '79. ot actory . Z Poxt Ttore, 
Mothodist Ohurch last nightwas a groat| Joux Portex, of Ripley, Ohio, writes;~ | King A'fonso and Princess Astarias, reached | Oaty dull; roooipts 44,000 bua; sales 28,- : ROBERTSON’S BLOCK ETERDONO', 

i success in overy respect. Thoro was an I have givon the Pain Killer to Horses for hero after tho death of the Infanta. 000 ; for ‘mixed woxtorn and state unchanged ; Valuable Work 16 Front,St. East, ; ‘ Soares 

| 1 ly of the luscious fruit, after Colic, and found itis the best romedy I New Yorx, Aug. 5.—Tho Peruvian minis- | 36 to 400, for white do. COPY ) of Zuru’s Excycrorpia Front Street, Banare, 

| peaks ave. eae 1 over tried. It gives them ense quicker | tor has received the following despatch :—Pa-| Pork quict at, $8.00. ee bargain. ‘To bo noon at Har- BAs¥EFORD, 

the duo disposal of which in tho lecturo| than any othor remedy I over used. I givo Fon snk coepatoh i—**| Lard dull at $5.90. cs i forsal eabare: La 20tf TORONTO BELLEVILLE. CHATHAM, 
room, Prof, Whish gavo a display of his | for a doso half of a 2b-cent bottle, put in a oe Sageaty are hase and ds Petroleum, orade in bbls, 5 to 6, rofined | Tsou’ Musio Store, 00 s 

. F “ , A ' pet 

he organ in fire and yaried| pint bottle of warm water, and dronch AM Ls ‘lian ports, destroying Iaunch- | in bris, unchangod. is 1 oo -—- 
powers on # oad quite evident to tho them with it. I have always cured tho | ¢, and capturing the steamer Rimoe, with an FOREIGN MARKETS To Market Gardeners and Others MDISON’S } For Sale Cheap 

en ek Mish has lost nono ot | OFM casos without dolay. ontiroUruguay-rogimont of cavalry fullyarmed | Fee | rrereeee sata ; LES EDI b. = 

| suditors that Mr. 7 Inctrrent Consusrrion.—In bronchial | and supplied with horses, bosides threo yes- FOO OnE ae = AS 2 Salo choap, and upon f good ey eae r 

\ his formor mastory of the instrument, and) and othor chost affections, in arresting inci- | nels loaded with coal and copper, Loma, eta as EF ots to rit purohaory, 28 nore cy: ELECTRIC ABSORBENT BELT | 1 atvanus Dating Lote in Wert Belle 
all went home delighted with the proceed- pant Sears sioias) A Joasoning the | Muxsruis, Aug. 5.—Four new casos and Pa Ba — ‘Also, a largo numbor of Building Lote in the nC p | g,lote and 7 Howard Stroot, 51 and 60 
ing. distressing symptoms of this disoase in its i last night. W. ae 5 Sar ee Yity, which will be sold cheap. ntion an jure Of | stevenson Street, 68 West Victoria Stro 
peas ot egret 7, 5 f hopeless stages, as woll as in casos of nier- a re Ae a A G O O D Pe L A N pees Oh ROBERT READ, aces Bae hrvery anal tot 1 Woat Octavia Sirock a4: 
' A Musraxx.—Tho New York Sun of | yous dobility in giving tono to tho ayatom, |e Meg Ns ved the Mone | 1 agesteey | Sept. 21, 78 gi. es | db, Tho above aro most dosirable lots, well 
sy last dovotes an editorial para- it is undoubtedly a valuablo romedy.-John | N#®¥ You%, Aubast © : he Mon- | The most profitable way O° Casing in atooks | — R SALE — situated, and will be sold cheap. 
Satur i ‘ch | Rous, | McMurray, Mothodint Ministor, Nowport, | (ana {rom Liverpool, and the Gellert from | is by comb ning many orders and and oo-oporat- ro S TH CENTURY For terms and particulars apply to Josoph 
t grophto wrostling,in which itsays : **Ross, | } Newport || tana trom ing them aa a Shela, dividing profite pre rata VAGAN'T LOT for aalo,—No. 2 Wont | THE WONDER OF THE NINETEEN |g For.tarms and particlare spely, fo Jee 
of Baltimore, and MeKinnon, of Bolleviliyy = the abip Pride of the Ocean, hence August | mong sharcholdare, according to the market, A. “ite of Yoomans and south sido of Wile — BELL & BELL, 
} Canada, wrestled ‘for tho heavy woight| A Now York pickpocket taken with his| 9,4 ¢or London, roturnod to-day, When off| advantages of immonao 68 Atal and esperieee | Kins Stroote, Address {YAN No intornal modicine required. ‘The mild Vondor's Solieltora 
* att F a) and McKinnon, | hands in somo one olso's pocket, ondonvored | 24 for London, roturnod ; advantages of immonso capital and exporienc- 3 A. RYAN, No internal durrontot Elootricity, together | Datod 2tst July, 1879. dStw-2w 
[ championshipof America, an . ” | to invont all manner of possible explana. | Sbinnecock sho collided with schooner from | od skill, and can uso aby amount, from $10 to No. 55, Metealf Street, ml ihe Heat vont qualition aa furnished by | ———— 
who js Ohiof of Police in Bellerille; 30 tions of the phonomenon. !Whatly tii | Baltimoro with ooal for Portland, inking hor | $10,000, or moro, with Beene dot a Ottawa, Onte | We holt, rendor it truly the wondar of the age, BANK NOTE BOOKS 
it.” Our luminous contemporary is in of your trying to Ho about it so clum- | immodiately, Tho Captaio, his wifo and) new oiroul OW led free Fall informatio: ——s ay ab Home. ents wanted > Bank, in different aleos, for sale 
¥ error, Rows and. MeKinnon, id not ai, fhe ude bonovolontly, | ghree children, and the crew were rescued and | for any ono to operate saceemully, rawrence | IQ Guthtand tormatres, TRUE & OO, | Cars ox xoux Dnvoois: ron Panna FOR ie trrsuttonxomn Ofos. 
| wrestle for tho championship, They v' brought to this port. & Co,, 57 Exchange Place, N. Y, Rogusta, Maine. ei 


STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh Strawberries 
RECEIVED DAILY 
AT DICKHNS 


‘And sold by the quart or served with 
Ico Cream, 


ICE CREAM 


In different flavors at 10 conte 
$1.50 per gallon, delivered wel 


tof tho city. 
Hoo to any Part Wat) DICKENS & SONS, 
Juno 17, 1879 


one 
we 


Ss ee 


STEAMER K 
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ILL, until further notice, } 
every MONDAY at § 
calling at Mill Point, Picton, Bay 
Kingston, aeriviby 
mornings, in time fo 
Bellovillo on Sunday afternoon, 
Fares and fro bs ey une . 
or tic! lurther information, a) 
pea coke W. H. CAMPBELL, 
at the Wharf, 
or ©, D. FULLER, 
Ofhee City Square. 
Belloville, July 8, 1879. 


FISH MARKET, 
231 


Front Street. 
All Kinds kept 
for Sale. 


CITY ICE CO. 


Orders received for Ico 
by the WEEK or 
MONTH. 


LEAVENS & ROBLIN 
July 3. 


clock, a, m. 


I will unbesitatingty guarantee my 


Gold Flake Cut Plug 


To nu tug BEST SMOKING TOBACCO in 


CANADA 


It is made by a new and original process, 
through which ‘the rank nicotine is extract 
andthe sweet Aroma and Natural Flavor are 

It is made from pure sun-cured, 
«Virginia Leaf, without the ald of color- 
ing or injurious compounds. It is cut ready 
foruse and neatly packed in tin.foil, in com- 
pact 4 ounce packages, It will keep in apy 
climate and will not burn the tongue. 


L 
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7 + As dealers are slow to take hold of anew 
T 
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thicg, however much its merit, until there is a 
demand for it, I have determined to place it 
directly within the reach of all, For the next 
ninety days, where it cannot be obtained of local 
dealers, I will send two sample packages 
(4 02. cach) post-paid, to ome address, on 
receipt of so cts, (postage stamps or currency), 
All loxers of the pipe are invited to give ita 
trial, J. B. SAXTON®| 

Gtonz Tonacco Works, WINDSOR, Owr, 


SEE THE LIST 


or 


FARMS FOR SALE 


IN THE 


WEEKLY MAIL, 


Panties Wisxrxo To SELL, 
Apvertise THERE. 
Parties Wisuixo to Buy, 
Reap Tene, 


Adyertisements of Farms for 
tale are inserted in the WEEK- 
LY MAIL, 20 words for 50cta, 
each insertion; each additional 
word 2c, 

Advertisoments of Farms for 
sale are inserted in the DAILY 
ATAIL, 20 words for 25cta, each 
insertion ; each additional word 
Licta. 

Advertisements of Live stock, 
Auction Sales of Stock, Imple- 
ments, etc. Seed for Sale, Exhi- 
bitions, ctc., inserted at’ the a- 
bove rates. 

Address MAIL, Toronto, 


Imperishable Fragrance. 


moat Inat- 
leate of 
RMferiL fl derfumes for u 


Toilet and in tho Ba 
healthful fn the sick room, rol 
tigue, prostration, nervousness 


1d headache 0k 


out for counterfelts, always ask for the Florida 


Water prepared by ‘the sole proprictors, Menai 
Lauman & Kemp, Now Yorn en oe 


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A Romantic Life. 


Tue Exrraonpivany ADVENTURES OF AN 


ExrraorprinaAny Bravry. 

Tho romantic vicissitudes of tho oarly 
life of the Countess Solango de K-amer 
have once more become the talk of the Par- 
is soloons, and thoy aro, indeed, so oxtra- 
ordinary that, used 03 matorials for a novel 
they would spoil the book by their lack of 
vorsimilitade, One night in 1801, a little 
girl about ono year old was deposited in the 
drawer of the Foundling Asylum at Brest, 
She was dressed with much finery; anda 
note attached to hor skirts, told that her 
namo was Solange, and that sho would be 
reclaimed by her father, Tho claim was 
nover made, however, and in duo time the 
child was transferred to the orphan asylum 
to be educated there, As she grow up sho 
dovoloped a most extraordinary beauty, but 
: | her intellect appeared to be very weak,and 
sho suffered from frequent nervous 
fits, When sho was twolvo years old she 
was sont out into the streets to sell flowers 
and her beauty and modesty attracted many 
pecan good will, but she grow weaker and 
weaker, and at last sho died. According 
to French custom, sho was buried in an 
open casket, and, as it was winter and the 
soil frozen,she was laid into the grave,only 
covered with a thin layer of sand. Darby 
the night she awoke, and pushing the san 

away, sho crept out from this grave. Not 
exactly understanding what had takens 
placo,she was not ao very much frightened, 
but in crossing tho glacis between the 
cemetery and tho fortifications, sho was 
suddenly stopped by the outcry, “Qui 
vive,” as she did not answer, the sentinel 
fired and she fell to the ground, Brought 
into the guard-house,hor wound was found 
to be slight, and she soon recovered, but 
hor singular history and also her great 
beauty had made so deep an impression on 
the young lieutenant of the garrison 
(Kramer) that ho determined to be her pro- 
tector,and sent hor to one of the most fash- 
ionablo educational establishments in Paris 
During the noxt few years Kramer was 
much tossed about by the war, but when 
in 1818 he returned to Paris, he found 
Solange a full grown woman, not only 
beautiful, but accomplished and spirited, 
with no more traco of intellectual weakness 
or nervous fits. Hoe married her, and for 
several yoars tho couple lived happily in 
Paris. Meanwhile investigations were 
made concerning the girl left in 1801 in 
the Foundling hospital at Brest, and as 
these investigations were made by the 
Swedish Ambassador, and in a somowhat 
official manner, they attracted some atten- 
tion. Oapt, Kramer heard about the affair 
and sent a note to the Ambassador, and, a 
month later on, the Ambassador came in 
state to bring Mme. Kramer a formal ac- 
knowledgement from her father,the for- 
mer Gen. Bernadotte, the former King 
Charles XIV. of Sweden. Capt. Kramer 
and his wife went immediately to Stock- 
holm; they were ennobled, etc., and their 
son has just now been appointed Attache 
to the Swedish Legation at Paris,—Ex, 


The Old Story. 


The morning sunlight looked in through the 
silken curtains, lighting tho room as with an 
angel's smile, suddenly enveloping the face of 
its occupant with a strange brightness and 
transforming her pale brown hair into waves 
ofglistening gold. Said the sunlight: ‘Maiden, 
I missed you from the garden where I used to 
find you every morning, and I came here to 
seok you, Summer will soon be here with her 
roses almost as bright as your checks. Aro 
you ill?” ‘**O, no!” responded the maiden, 
warming her thin, bloodless hands in the sun- 
beam, ‘only a little weak ;I shall soon be 
outin the garden to greet you—to-morrow 
perhaps! I was just planning how I should 
arrange my flowers this year, whon you peop- 
edin, Are my liliesup yet?” “ Yes, your 
lillies are up ; I have just been warming them. 
T have tired you,” said the sunlight, as ho 
noticed the wearily drooping eyelids ; ‘I will 
come again to-morrow if you are not in the 
arden ’~ and silently withdrew, leaving the 
‘air elumberer alone inthe gloom. A fow 
hours later the moonlight stole softly through 
the silken ourtains, which were gently rustling 
in the night breeze, ‘* How cold!’ said the 
moonlight,as she touched the pallid brow,and 
then gently laid her hand on the pulscless 
heart. ‘* Dead” she shudderingly whispered, 
as sho withdrew through the softly rustling 
curtains. It is the old, old etory of consump- 
tion. How sho flatters her victims at morn- 
ning with hopo’s honied words,and at evening 
makes them the prey of the spoiler, Statistics 
show that one-third of mankind die of this 
disease, and of theso, far the greater part aro 
young persons between the ages of fifteen and 
twenty-five, inthe dawn of manbood and 
Womanhood, For many years, consumption 
was genorally belioved to be incurable. But 
modicine inher triumphant march against 
disease has already added consumption to her 
list of conquered. Dr, Pierce’s Golden Medi- 
cal Discovery cures this dread disease if re- 
sorted to in time. For a full consideration of 
this disease and its rational method of treat- 
ment, read tho article on Consumption in the 
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, the 
most reliable popular work upon Physiology, 
Hygiene, Diseases and their Remedies, yet 
published. Price $1.50. Address the author, 
R. V. Pierce, M. D., World’s Dispansary and 
Invalids’ Hotel, Baffalo, N. Y. 


That's the way They Used to do It. 


With a thumb and finger-on the noso, a 
bright silver dime on the table as a bribe, and 
the Castor Oil bottle in the other hand 
was the way our mother had to approach us 
when sho was about to attack a sovere caso of 
colic that had tied our little intestines in 
knots. Thoso days, and that scene, come no 
more to us, néither will our little ones over 
have to tread the rough path their parents 
trod in their childhood. * Now we take Scorr 
& Bownr’s PAvaTante Castor Or. ax com- 
placently an we do condenaod milk, and it is 
just about as cheap—25 cents a bottle. 


Ask Yourself these Questions. 


Are youn despondent sufferer from Sick 
Headache, Habitual Costivenoss, Palpitation 
ofthe Heart? Have you Dizziness of tho 
Head? Is your Nervous System depressed ? 
Does your Blood circulate badly? Hayo you 
a Cough? Low Spirits? Coming up of tho 
food aftor cating? &c., &o, All of these and 
much more are tho direct resulta of Dyspopsia, 
Livor Complaint and Indigestion. (Gnxen’s 
Avausr Frowxn is now acknowledged by all 
Druggista ta’ bo a positive cure, 2,400,000 
bottles wore given away in tho U. 8. through 
Druggiats to tho peoploas atrial, ‘Two dosos 


will satisfy any person of its wonderful qual- 
ities in curing all forma of Indigestion, 
plo bottles 16 ots. 
positivel 


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Tnited States and Canada, < 


GRATRYUL AND Oocm¥ont- 
y a thorough knowledge of tho 
natural laws which govern tho oporations of 
digestion and nutrition, and by a caroful ap- 
plication of the fino propertios of well-soloct- 
ed cocoa, Mr. Eppa haa provided our broake 
fast tablon with a dolicately favored boverage 
which may save us many heavy doctors’ bills, 
It is by tho judicious uso of such articles of 
diot that » constitution may be gradually built 
up until strong onough to rosint ovory tend 
oncy todisaso, Huandrods of subtle maladios 
aro floating around us roady to attack whor- 
ovor thoro ina weak point, Woe may esoapo 
many a fatal shatt by kooping ournalvos well 
fortitied with pure blood and a properly nour. 


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The Diet of Worms. 


Worms infost tho upper partof the bowels 
and feed on obylo. they produce a voracious 
appetite and great emaciation of fleah, and 
this enormous dosire for food, which is never 
aatiafiod, is, no doubt, occasioned by tho im- 
mediate consumption of the chyle, for the 
worm foeds upon the extracted nourishment 
of the food,  Costiveness, indigestion, im- 
proper diet, and the unhealthy secretions of 
tho bowols in children, are among tho causes 
producing worms, A brisk, regular motion 
of the bowels would always prevent worms 
from collecting in the intestines. The aypatite 
becomes variable and voracious, the belly is 
hard and swelled, there is tho picking of the 
noso, tho starting in sloop, tho grinding of the 
teoth. Tho flesh becomes wasted, and tho 
child is liable to convulsions. Frequent pain 
in the bowels and sickness of tho stomach aro 
strong symptoma of worms, Thoro is really 
no need to send for a physician in such cases, 
Dr. Hennick’s SuoAn Coaren Pitta, which 
any child will willingly take, are specially 
adapted to the relief of such cases. They are 
really a family medicine which cannot safely 
be ignored. 


A Singular Accident on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford 


R. KR. 
New Have, Aug. 7, 1877. 

Dr, Gries :—While on duty as fireman on 
engine 47, about ten miles from this city, on 
Shoro Line Road, was accidontly thrown off 
against a rock, train under fall head—about 
thirty-five miles an hour, Was very badly 
bruised. Your agent was on board. He far- 
nished mo with two bottles of Liniment Iodide 
Ammonia, from which I received the greatest 
possible benefit, In four days was ablo to sit 
up, and am now able to commence work. My 
agod mothor also usol the Liniment tor rheu- 
matism, which it cured. Joun GAvvNEy, 

Tho above was witnessed by a numbor of 
passengers,and vouched for by Mr. T, MoGee, 
conductor, 

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Send _ for pamphlet, 
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120 Weat Broadway, N. Y. 

Trial size 25 conta, 

A Suiont Coron that we aro so apt to con- 
sider a mere annoyance and treat with cor- 
responding neglect, too often proves to be the 
seed sown for an inevitable harvest —ConsumP- 
TION, Immodiate and thorough treatment is 
our only safeguard. A teaspoonful of Robin- 
son's Phosphorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil 
with Lacto-Phosphate of Lime given whenever 
the cough is troublesome, will afford immediate 
relief, and if preserved in will offect a cure 
even in the most obstinate cases, 

Prepared solely by J. H. Rosrxsox, Phar- 
maceutical Chemist, St. Jolm, N. B., and for 
sale by Draggists and General Dealers. Price 
$1.0C per bottle ; six for $5.00, 


Not as the Poet Sings. 


If the unfortunate and unhappy Kirk White 
were alive, it is more than probable he would 
leave unsung his poem commencing ‘‘ Come 
Consumption’s Ghastly Throng,” as the reme- 
dy for that fell disease has now been discover- 
od. It is Scorr’s Esutston oy Cop Liver 
Or with the Hyrornosrnires oy Lia AND 
Sopa, Many so called remedies have been 
offered to the public, but none have proved 
trustworthy until this preparation was given 
to suffering humanity, It not only relieves in 
every case, butin most cases permanently 
cures ; at the same timo is perfectly palatable, 


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LAZIDR'S WHOLESALE PAPHR 
STORE, 
Oampsett Srrerr. 
Belleville, May 27, 1879. 


Notice to Creditors. 


If: pursuance of Chapter 107, Sec. 34 Re- 
vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is hereby 
given, that all Creditors and other persons 
having any debt or claim upon or affecting in 
any way tho estate cf 


HDMONDS OSANDLER, 


late of the City of Belloville, in the County of 
Hastings,.in the Province of Ontario and Do- 
minion of Canada, Chemist and Druggist, de- 
ceased, who died on the 11th day of February 
1879, at said City of Belleville, are hereby re- 
quired to send in full particulars of their and 
each of their claims to Lawrence Henry Hen- 
derson or James Glass, the Executors of the 
last Will and Testament of said deceased, 
(Probate of said last will and Testament hay- 
ing been granted to thom on the 27th day of 
February, 1879, by the Surrogate Court of the 
County of Hastings), directed to them or ono 
of prapot paid to their address, Post Office 
box 93, Belleville, or left at the Law Office of 
L. H. Henderson, Esq., Metropolitan Block, 
North Campbell Street, in said City of Belle- 
ville, on or before the 15th day of one 
1879, at the expiration of which timo the sai 
Exeoutors will proceed to distribute the assets 
of the said deceased among the persons or par- 
ties entitled thoroto, having regard to the 
ebts and claims only of which the said Exec. 
utors shall then have had notice ; and the said 
Executors, under the provisions of the said 
Statute, will not be liable for the assets so 
distributed, to any person or parties of whose 
lebt or claim they shall not have had notice 
at the time of such distribution. 
Dated the 10th day of July, A.D, 1879, 
AMES GLASS, 

L. H. HENDERSON, 

Executors of said deceased, 


$20,000 in Prizes. 


THREE WEEKS 
Agricultural and Industrial 
Exhibition at Toronto, 
From the Ist to 19th Sept’'r; 1879. 


TO BE OPENED BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE COVERNOR 
CENERAL AND H,RtH, THE PRINGESS LOUISE, 


$20,00 IN PRIZES for Agricultu- 


ral, Horticultural and Dai: 
Producti, Implements, Machinery, and all 
kinds of Manufactures, Fine Arts and Ladies’ 
work, &e., &o, 
Cheap Rates and Excursions on all the Rail- 
way and Steamboat lines. 
tries close first woek in August. 
Prizo List and forms of Entry now ready. 
Grand Band competition, Boat races, Dog 
show, Ulumination of the City, and othor at- 
tractions, during the Exhibition. 
JAS, McGEE, 
Managor and Treas. 


dtd 


J. J, WITHROW, 
Prosident. 
H. J. HILL, 


7 Soorotary. 
Toronto, July 10th, 1879, 60 


PAGIFIG RAILWAY TENDERS. 
Fish-plate Bolts, & Spikes. 


TPXENDERS will be reosived by tho undor- 

signed until noon of WEDNESDAY, tho 
20th day of AUGUST, for tho supply of 35 
tons of Fish-plate Bolts and Nuts, and 700 
tons of Railway Spikes. 

Tondors must be on the printed form, 
which, with all other information, may bo had 
at tho Pacific Railway Enginoor's Otficos, in 
Ottawa, 


F. BRAUN, 
Soorotary. 
Dopartmont of Railways and Canals, 
Ottawa, 30th July, 1879, 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, 


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REGULATIONS 


Respecting the Disposal of certain 

D Tminion Lands for the Pur- 
Canadian 
lway. 


Derantuent or THE INTERIOR, 
Ottawa, July 9th, 1879. 


“Pablio notice is h 
lowing re 


alations 2 

of disposin, 

Within 110 

h side of the 

ay 

* Until further and final sury 
, f th 


1 ten) miles 
ian Pacific 


on the fourth base 
of tho said base by t! ¢ 
weat of the first pri 
ina direct line to th 
River with the Biver Ass 
2. "The country lying on each 
of railway shall be respectively diy 
as follows : : 
**(1) A bolt of five miles on cither side of the 
railway, and immediately adjoining the same, to 
be called helt A; 
(2) A belt of fitteen miles on either side of 
the railway adjoining belt A, to be called belt B; 
(3) A Tote ‘of twenty miles on either side o! 
the railway, adjoining belt B, to be called belt © 5 
“(4) A belt of twenty miles on either side of 
the railway, adjoining belt C, to be called belt 
D; and 
**(5) A belt of fifty miles on elther side of the 
railway, adjoining belt D, to be called belt E. 
3. “The Dominion lands in belt A shall be ab- 


the line 
into belts, 


AUGUST 


o 


_ 1879. 


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nolutely withdrawn fram homestead entry, also 
from pre-emption, and shall be held exclusively 
for sale at six dollars per acre, 

4. The lands in belt B shall be disposed of 
asfollows : ‘The even-numbered sections within 
the belt shall be set apart for homesteads and 
pre-emptions, and the odd-numbered sections 
shall be regarded aa railway lands ‘proper. The 
homesteads on the even-numbered sections, to 
tho extent of eighty acres each, shall consist of 
the easterly halves of tho oasterly halves, also of 
the ae halves of tho westerly halves of 
such sections; and the pre-omptions on such 
even-numbered sections, also to the extent of 
eighty acres each, adjoining such eighty-acre 
homestenda, shall Consist of the westerly halves 
of the easterly halves, also of the easterly halves 
of the oreatenyy halves of such sections, and shall 
be sold at the rate of $2.50 (two dollars and fifty 
centa) per acre. Railway lands proper, being 
the odd-numbered sections within the belt, 
be held for sale at five dollars per acre, 

5. ‘* The even-numbered sections in belt C will 
be set apart for homesteads and pre mptions of 
eighty acres each, in manner as above described ; 
tho price of pre-emptions similarly to be $2.50 
(twa dollars and fifty cents) per acre ; tho rail- 
way lands to consist of odd-numbered sections, 
and to be dealt with in the same manner as 
aboye provided in respect of lands in belt B, ex- 
copt that the price shall be $3.50 (three dollars 
and fifty pane per acre, 

6. “The even-numbered sections in belt D 
shall also be set apart for homes' and pre- 
emptions of eighty acres cach, as provided for 
respect of belts B and O, but the price of pre- 
emptions shall be at the rate of $2 (two dollars) 
per acre, Railway lands to consist, as in the 
Petes B and (, of the odd-numbered sections,and 
the price thereof to be at the uniform rate of $2 
{two dollars) per acre. 

7. “In the belt E, the description and area 
of homesteads and pre-emptions, ‘and railway 
lands respectively, to be as above, and the prices 
of both pre-emptions and railway lands to be at 
the uniform rate of $1 (one dollar) per’acre. 

8. ‘The terms of sale of pre-emptions through- 
out the several belts, B, C, D and E shall be as 
follows, viz.; Four-tenths of the purchase moncy, 
together with interest on the latter, at tho rate 
of 6 per cent. per annum, to be paid at the end 
of three years from tho date of entry ; the re- 
mainder to be paid in six equal annual instal: 
ments from and after the said date, with interest 
at the rate aboye mentioned, on such balance of 
the purchase money as may from time to time 
remain unpaid, to be paid with each instalment. 

9. ‘The terms of sale of raitway lands to be 
uniformly as follows, viz.; One-tenth in cash at 
the timie of purchase ; the balance in nine equal 
annual instalments, with interest at the rate of 
six per cent. per annum on the balance of pur- 
chase money from time to time remaining un- 
paid, to be paid with each instalment. All pay- 
ments, either for pre-emptions or for railway 
lands proper, shall be in cash, and not in script 
or bounty warrants, 

10, ‘All entries of lands shall be subject to 
the following proyisions respecting the nght of 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway or of any 
Government colonization railway connected 
therewith, viz. : 

a, In the case of the railway ey land 
entered as a homestead, the right of way thereon 
shall be free to the Government. 

+. Where the railway crosses pre-emptions or 
railway lands proper,the owner shall only be en- 
titled to claim payment for the land requred for 
right of way at the same rate peracro as he may 
have paid the Government for the same. 

11. “The above regulations shall come into 
force on and after the first day of A it next, 
up to which time the provisions of the Dominion 
Lands Act shall continue to operate over the 
lands included in the several belts mentioned, 
excepting as relates to the belts A and 8B, in 
both of which, up to the said date, homesteads 
of 160 acres each, but no other entries will, as at 
present, be permitted. 

12. “Claims to Dominion lands arising from 
settlement, after the date hereof, in territory un- 
surveyed at the time of such settlement, and 
which may be embraced within tho limits affect- 
ed by the above policy, or by the extension there- 
of in the future over additional territory, will be 
ultimately dealt with in accordance with the 
terms prescribed above for the lands in the parti- 
cular belt in which such settlement may be found 
to be situated. 

13, “ All entries after the date hereof of unoc- 
cupied lands in the Saskatchewan Agency, will 
be considered as proyisional until the railway 
line through that part of the territories has been 
located, after which the samo will be finally dis- 
posed of in accordance with the above regula- 
tions, as the same may apply to the particular 
belt in which such Tas may be found to be 
situated. 

14. ‘* The above regulations it will, of course, 
be understood will not affect sections 11 and 29, 
which are public school lands, or soctions 8 and 
26, Hudson's Bay Company lands. 

‘Any further information necessary may be 
obtained on application at the Dominion Lands 
Office, Ottawa, or from the agent of Dominion 
Lands, Winnipeg,or from any of the local agents 
in Manitoba or tho Territories, who are in pos- 
seasion of maps showing the limits of the sever- 
al belts above referred to, a supply of which 
maps will, as soon as possible, be placed in the 
hands of the said agents for general distribu- 
tion.” 

By order of tho Minister of the Interior, 
J.S, DENNIS, 
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
Linpsay Russet, 
Surveyor General. 


STOCKS 


A 14 FOOT Iron 
Planor run sovon 
days with ONE OILING with 

STOORK’s XX OIL, 
at tho Josoph Hall Works, Oshawa, Ont. 

My bolt-cutting Oil cannot bo beaten. 

G, B. STOOK, 
J, H. HAMBLY, 
Bellevillo 


City Property for Sale. 


4 Me subscribor offors for salo half an acro 
of land on the East side of Youmans 
Stroot, Thoro is a framo house, barn and 
stablo on tho promisos, and a good woll of 
water. oe 

Also a two tory brick building on You- 
mans Stroot, containing two tenements and a 
shop. New and with fatont improvomenta, 

Also the two story brick dwelling on Yoo: 
mans Stroot mooupled by tho subscribor, boing 
one acre of land more or loss, 

Also a two atory brick house and two lots 
on Sinolair Stroot. 

For torma and farthor particulars apply of 


Great Britain and Ireland, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg. Malta, Montenegro Netherlands, 
Norway, Persia, Portugal, Azores, Roumania, Russia, Ee. Pierro, Servia, Spain, the Canary 
Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey, And via United States :—Bermuda, Bahamas, 
Cuba, Danish Colonies of St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, Jamaica, Japan, and Porto Rico, 
(Newfoundland is now in the Postal Union, but rates remain as bofore.) Letters, 5 cents per 
4 oz, Postal cards, 2 cents each. ener pers, 2 cts. fordoz. Registration foo, 5 cents, 
For Aden, Argentine Confederation, Brazil, British Gaines, Ceylon, Greenland, French 


structions how to obtain Patents, and other 


tors and Members of Con, from State, 

1 Abbess LOUIS BAGGER x8 Co. Bole: 
ors of Patents a: torn: it 

Bullding, Washington, D.G “gaa 


ADVERTISING 


Has created many a new business; 
Has enlarged many an old business ; 
H « revived many a dull busines: 
Has rescued many a lost business 
Has saved many a falling business; 
Has preserved many a large business ; 
And insares success in any business, 


Colonies in Asia, Africa, Ooeanica and Amorica, except St, Pierre and Miquolon, Persia, via 
Persian Gulf, Portuguese Colonies in Ania, Africa and Oceanica, Trinidad, Spanish Colonics 
in Africa, Oceanica and America, except Cuba and Porto Rico, Straits settlements in Singa- 
pore, Penang and Malacca :—Letters, 10 ota. por 4 oz, Post cards, 4cts, each. Newspapers, 
4 cents for4oz. Books &o., 4 cents for 4 oz, Other Registration fees, 10 cents. 
West India Islands, via Halifax, samo rite as formerly, Prepayment by stamp in all cases. 
J, H. MEACHAM, 
Postmaster. 
—— 
wit 
HYPOPHOSPHITES OF LIME ANDSODA. 
‘This preparation combines the two best remedies ever discovered for Consumption, Colds and 
Chronic ype jcrofuln, Rheumatism and Disenses of the Blood, General De- 
bility, andall ‘asting Diseases of Children, It not only contains the well known and high- 
ly esteemed virtues of Cod Liver Oil in a form that is perfeetly tasteless and acceptable to the most delicate 
stomach, but in addition, the wonderful tonic and life-giving properties of the H: ihites, so incorpor- 
tated that the remedial powers of both are largely increased” Physicians universally acknowledge the vast 
superior virtues of this combined food and medicine in all the above diseases. It is not only better tolerated, +, + 
but much more readily assimilated by the system than plain Cod Liver Oil, and a better agent in enrichin 4 hee ciroulation of the 
and purifying the blood, allaying the irritation of the throat and. Tungs, restoring the impalfed functions and 
giving mrength and vigor to the whole body. Its sweet and palatable to the taste never separates, deposits 
o we and ask for Seott!s Emulsion. For sale by all druggists at $1.00 per bottle, -~ 


Daily and Weekly 
Intelligencer, 


Has greatly increased during tho last year 
and new names are being continually added 
to our subscription list. 

It is acknowledged to be the most widely 
read paperin Central Ontario, Business men, 
therefore, will find it to their advantage to 
advertise in the INTELLIGENCER. x 


ENVELOPES. 


UST RECEIVED, at the IxTELLicENceR 
Office, a large Stock of 


ENVELOPES, 


White, Colored, and 
Tinted, 


J.W.BENSON, | DADERG| PAPERS | 


Watch and Clock Maker 


‘To rae Queen AND Royat Famity, 

And by Special Appointments to H. R.H. the 
Prince of Wales it 8. M. the Emperor of 
Russia, the Maharajah of Bardwan, 
and to soveral Indian Princes. 


PRIZN MEDALS—LONDCN, DUBLIN, AND PARIS. 
BENSON'S | BENSON'S | BENSON'S . 


+ |CLOCKS—for|GOLD JEW- 
WATCHES. |Churches, Tur-|ELLERY, of 
ofevery descrip-lrets, or Publiclthe richest and 
tion suitable for Buildin , Din-|most exquisite 
allclimatesfromling or Drawing|designs, — with 
£2to200guincas)Room, Library,|Mono grams, 
~Chronographs, |Carriage, Hall,!Crests & devices 
Chronometers,-|Church orShop.|Enamelled in 
Keyless Levers,|Perpetual Cal-|Uolors, after de- 
Presentation, —lendars, Wind|signsbythemost 

, accomplished 
Artiatio Eng- 


Artists in the 
lish Clocks, deo-; econ metals; 
orated with 


rooches, brace- 
Wedgwood andilets, Necklaces, 
other wares, de-|Lockets, Rings. 
signed to suitland all kinds of 
any style ot fur-\bijoutericas sup- 
niture ; as|plied to Mem- 
novelties —_ for! 


bers of the Court 
presents. Madejand other dis 
solely by Benson|tinguished Per- 
—from £558, _isonages. 

Merchants, Shippers, and \Wholesale Buy- 
ors are specially invited, before sending their 
orders elsewhere, to obtain from the manufac- 
tory the Lilustrated Catalogues of Watches, 
Clocks, Chains, Jewellery, Silver, and Elec- 
tro-plate, which aro sont post free, as not only 
are the discounts liberal, but a selection can 
be made from the largest stock in the world. 

Orders should be sent direct to the Manu- 
factory, Ludgate Hill. 

Benson’s Pamruters on Turret Clocks, 
Watches, Clocks, Plate, and Jewellery, sent 
post free. Watches sent safe by post to all 

rts of the world. Steam Factory and City 

how Rooms, Ludgate Hill, London. West- 
end establishment, 25, Old Bond Street. Es- 
ablished 1749. 125y 


GRAY’S Specific Medicines. 


The Great 
\ English Remedy 
anupfeilingoure 
for Seminal 
Woaknoss, 


UST RECEIVED at the IxTELLIGENGER 
Office, a FINE LOT of 


English, 
American 
and French 


POST, GAP, LETTER 


NOTE PAPERS, 


CREAM, 


men's Watches 
of extrastrength 


BLUE and 
TINTED, 
Which will be sold, printed in‘dny quanti 
ich wit VERY LOW RATES 


CALL AND INSPECT SAMPLES. 


WEDDING 
INVITATIONS. 


ate RECEIVED, at 


ALI SIZHS. 


Cheaper than can be obtained in the Vity, 


CHURCH ENVELOPES, 


supplied, oither plain or printed, cheaper than 


The “Intelligencer” Office, 


can be obtained elsewhere, 
Aug. 3, 1878. 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER 


A NICE LINE OF 


WEDDING INVITATION PAPER 


AND 


si 

7 Im 
Before Takings}! dise 
fol'ow as a ecq tence of Self Abuse, as Loss of 
Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the 
Back, rOtenneae of Vision, Promature old Ago, 
and many other disonses that lead to Insanity 
or Consumption and a Promature Grave. 


.: 


s@ Full particulars in our pamphlet, which 
wo desire to send free by mal to evory one, 
## Tho Specific Medicine is sold by all drug- 
gists at $1 per package, or six packages for $5, 
or will be sent by mail on receipt of the mon- 
oy, by addressing 
THE GRAY MEDICINE Co., 
Toronto, O t., Canada. 
N. B,—Tho demands of our business have 
necossitated our removing to Toronto, to 
which place please addross all futuro com- 
munications. 
Sold in Belleville by all druggists, and by 
all wholesalo and rotail druggists in Canada 
and the United States. d&wly 


TMS PAPER 18 ON PILE wir 


El, 
da) VERTISINGYACEN 
OV OR 


+e 


PROTEST 


ENVELOPES to Match, 
which will be neatly printed and supplied at 
very low prices for cash. 
LAW YHRS 
CAN BUY 


CHEAPER & BETTER STATIONERY 


Intelligencer Office, 


Lower than any other place in the 


City. 
Wo are prepared to fill all orders from tho 
Legal Profession for 


Conveyancing Paper, Brief Paper 
Foolscap, Letter Paper, 
and Envelopes ~ 


15 per Cent. Lower 


han the prices charged elsowhero. 

Just Opened Out 
75,000 Envelopes 

ALL COLORS! ALL SIZES! 


15 per cent lower than any House 
in Belleville 


At the INTELLIGENCER Office. 


PROTESTS 


ND 


NOTICES 


FOR ANY BANK, 
Aro on salo at the 


tho subscriber, 
ht. N, BENNETT, 
Bollovillo, Maroh 12, '79. 265d4m 


Whore Advertising Contracts oan bo oo 


Intelligencer Office 


ublished about five o'clock over 
I he afternoon (Sunday’s excepted), and w 
be furnished by Carriers at the rato of $5 per 
year if paid in adivaboes #8 00 otherwise. 

Special attention be paid to reporting 
tho oodings of Courts of Law, Qorperations, 
Puthio Mootings, &o., &o., and in short neither 
nor expense Will be spared to make tho 
AILY INTELLIGENCER y of puklio pac 


ronage, 
RATES OF ADVERTISING, 
‘A liboral scale of prices or advertisements 
has boon as follows: Mah seis 
der, 6 month ,. 
Cards, six lines or under, a aa ein 


do 
Hat square, 6 months.. 12 00 
a ze 
6 
Ono ble 12 2 vo 
nares, 6 
riiotat 38 
Three squi 
ree ce 
F aaron, 
aoa 8 00 
Notices of Births. 50 
do of Marriag 50 
do of Deaths, . ‘ 
Advortisors contracting for any space not 
Jona than half a squaro, can have the privilege 
of chan ying thelr advortisoments every two 


ks, 
"Transient advortisoment inserted at 10sts, 
per lino for frst insertion, and four cents for 
each additional insertion, 


THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER 


In publishod ei (EY morning at $1.50 

r annum if es in advance, If not paidat 

0 time of ubsoription, $2 00 will {invariably 
be charged, 

A liberal discount made to those who ad- 
vortiso by tho yoar, 

Advortitomonts for naortion must be deliv- 
ered before noon on Wednosday, te insure 
tholr appearanvo, 

All advortisomonts without written direo 
tions Inserted until forbid, and charged ao. 
cordingly. 


“DAILY INTRLLIGHNORR,”—Frintod 
for the INTELLIGENCER PRINTING 
AND PUBLISHING COMPANY, (Limit. 
od), at thelr Offices, corner of Front and 
Matkot Streets, Bollovil'a, by W. A, 
SHEPARD, Printer and Publisher. 


7 


VOL 


1879, 


13 


1879. 


SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. 


ALLAN LINE. 


STEAM TO 


Londonderry and Glasgow. 


1 HE first-class Olydo built iron stoamships 
of the Allan lino, (carrying the Canadian 
despatched 


and United States Mails,) will 
f-om Halifax for Liverpool! aud Londonderry 
every Saturday, as follows :— . 


SAILINGS FROM HALIFAX 


POLYNESIAN, March Ist. 
SARMATIAN, + Sth, 
HIBERNIAN, # 15th. 
MO@AVIAN * 22nd, 
CIRCASSIAN, © 29th, 
CASPIAN, April 5th. 


RATES OF PASSAGE, 


From Bellovillo to Liverpool or London 
dorry, viz. Halifax, Cabin $67.50, $80.50 and 
$90, \coording to position of state-room. 

Iantermodiate, with firat-class Railway $47. 

Steerage, do. 2. 

Children 1.to 12 yeara half price, under 

froo. 


Retara Tickets at reduced rates. 

Steerago tickets are issued without extra 
charge, toor from Liverpool, Londonderry, 
Queenstown, Giasgow, Belfast, London, Bria- 
tol or Cardiff, 

‘The last train connecting with tho Ocean 
Steamor at [lalifax, passes Bollovillo overy 
Thursday at noon, Passongers go at unceon 

A 4 xporisuco’ Surgeon socompanios vach 
vorsol, 

Bert no seourod until paid for, » 

Persons wishing tosend for their friends can 
obtain passage certificates at lowest rates from 
England, Ireland or Scotland, to any railway 
station in Canada or the United States. (When 
tiokets are not used the amount is returned, 
less a small deduction.) 

{ntermeliats and stesrago Stowardesses are 
appointed to each of the vessels, 


For through tickots and every information 


Chicago & Lake 
CONDENSED TI 
Westward. 
Pass. | Exp. 


(E-TABLE, 


Eastward. 


STATIONS. Pass. | Exp. 


Lapecr. 
Saginaw: 
— 
Flint... 


8.06pm/11. 28am 1 
143 dpm | Gr'nd Rapids 10.4 


0.37pm 12.5ipm)., Lansing . 
| 1.55 


Charlotte g 
BR: | 305 [Battle Creo! 4 
pes | 4 - Vicksburg «| 
Seb | 4, Schooleraft P 
Sad | 5.45 |..Cassopolis.. g 
S@s | 7.15 [South Bend. 3 


9,35pm|4 Valpar'so,t 7.00am 


iz F 


Business Divectory, 


Denmark & Northrup, 
ARRISTERS, &c. Officos lately ocon- 
—} B pied by Ponton & Denmark, Front St., 
| Belleville, 
| Money to Loan—Private and Company 
funds, d&w 


Robertson & Thomas, 
"PRARRISTERS, &o Office—Robertson 
Blook, east side of Front Street, Bolle- 
yille, Ont. 
Avex. RopEerrson, 


at & Jellett, 
(Solicitors for Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, 
ARRISTERS, Attornios.at-Law, Solicit- 
Hyori Chancery, Notaries Public, &o,, 
Belleville, On' 
Joun J. BF 


Delaney & Ostrom, 


J. Parker THomas, 


NT. Moroan Jecverr, 


Accommodation trains leave Port Huron 10,00 


am., 8.45 p.m. 


Through Coaches are run between Port Huron 
and East Saginaw and Bay City without change, 


Cuas, B. Peok, Hevay Funngur, W. EB. Dav 
Receiver, Supt.  Gon’l' kt Ag't 
For information as to rates, otc., apply to EB. 


uron, Mich, 4 


PATENTS 


obtained for new inyeutions, or for improve 
menta in oldones. Caveats, Trade Marks and 
all patent business promptly attended to 

Inventions that haye been re- 
fected may still, in most cases, be patented 

y us. Being opposite tho U. S. Patent Office, 
aod ongaged ia Patent business exclu- 
Sively, We can secure patents in loss time 
than those who are remote from Washington, 
and who must dopend upon the mails in all 
transactions with the Patent Office. 

When Inventors send model or sketch we 
mako search in the Patent Office and advise as 
to its patentahility/ree of charge. Correspon- 
dence contidential, prices low, and no 
charge unless patent is obtained. 
Wo refer to Hon. tostmaster General D, M. 
Key, Rev. F. D, Powrr, to officials in the 
U, 8. Patont Office, and especially to our 
clients in every State ot the Union and in 
Canada. For special references, terms, advice, 


&o., Address 
©. A. SNOW & CO., 
Ovprasite Parent Orrick, Wasuinctoy, D, C, 


apply to 
U. E. THOMPSON, 
ont Allan Lino, 
Ca: Express Office, 
March 1879 Bolloville, 


om adleusk 


The Steamer “ UTICA,” 


J. A. PORTE, Oarrary, Qarrray + ee 


wis leave Trenton every morning 

(Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock, call- 
ing at Rednervillo and all Ports between the 
head of the Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville 
atSa.m. Will leave Picton at 1p. m, on re- 


ville at 5 p. m. 
Omnibuses in waiting at Picton and RBelle- 


W. H. CAMPBELL, 
Agont, Belleville, 
P. F. McOUAIG, Agent, Picton, 
April 28, 1879. d&w 


‘PIGTON AND BELLEVILLE. 


THE STEAMER 


CITY OF BELLEVILLE, 
H. BOGART, CAPTAIN, 


ILL leave Picton DAILY, (Sundays ex- 
copted), at 6 a.m., calling at all Ports 


between Picton and Belleville. Jonn L, Buargre, 


Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. 
Mating conaection with the Napanee steam. | J 
or at Mill Point, morning and evening. 
W, H. CAMPBELL, 
Agent, Belleville. 
May 5, 1879. d&w 


THE STEAMER HASTINGS, 


G. CRAWFORD, MASTER, 


wir leave Belleville EVERY MORNING, oa 
All 


(Sudays excepted) at 6 o'clock, except Sat- 


urday, when she will leave at 2:45 a. m. i " 
Returning, will leaye Kingston for Belleville | V**ted in Canadian eouritan a 
and intermediate ports at 4:30 p.m. 78:6m . RY, 
The“ ings” connects at Kingston with the | ‘2 Agent. 
G. T. R. going and West; the Royal Mail 


line of steamers for Montreal, Toronto and Ham- 
ilton; the Ferry steamers for Cape Vincent, and 
steamers for Rideau Canal and Ottawa. 


For further coe apply amma | 
_Belleville, May 5, 1879. “a 
FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. 


Tux Commopious ANp FAvortre PAssENGER 
axp Freiout Steamer 


DRA. 
3 Oart, Surru, 
ILL leave Trenton every Monday morn- 
ing at six o'clock, and Belleville at 
nine o'clock, for ports as above, running all 
the Rapids, including Lachiae. 
Returning, leaves Montreal every Thursday 
at noon, for River and Bay Ports. For fur- 
ther information, apply to tho Captain on 


board, or to ¢ 
W. H. CAMPBELL, 
Agent. 
Belleville, April 30, 1879, 


BANKING OFFICE i 
U. E. THOMPSON, 


Burpee Sruxer, Becieviivz, Ont, 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold, 
ita received, subject to withdrawal 


Interest allowed at 4 and 5 
m6 


Doposi 
without notice, 
por cent, 


$B to S20 Feria... Sane 


Portland, Matos’ 


NSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL, ENCLAND. 


$10,000,000 
FonpsInvesrgp - = =- ~—=_—«*2:2,000,000 
Annuat Income - 5 . 5,000,000 


largest warping of any Fire Insurance Company 
turn for the head of tho Bay ; leaving Belle. | in the world. 


Merchandise, Warehouses, &o, against loss by 
fire, at equitable rates, 


et security of Canadian Policy Holders, $100, - 


mercantile, manufacturing, farm and house- 
hold risks, at ourrent rates. 


INSURANCE COMPANY 


Capital, - - — £2,000,000 Stg. 
Invested Funds £ 589,027 « 


ROYAL 


Liasmiry oF Suarenotpers UNimurep™ 


The ROYAL Insurance Company has tho 
Insures Churches, Schools, Dwellings, Stores, 


Rovru & Tatty, Chief Agents, Montreal. 


T. DONNELLY, 
Agont, Bellovillo, 


Qaoky City Ticket Agent, Huron House, Port 
E 


| Re Attorneys, oto., Mule 


Peterson & Peterson, 

ARRISTERS, Attornoys-at-Law, Solici- 
tora in Chancery, Insolvency, and Mo- 

chanics’ lien cases, Conveyancers, &o., &o, 

Office over Clark’s Drag Store, corner 

Bridge and Front Streets, Belloville. 

A. M. Pererson, B.A. O.W. Perenson. B.A, 


3 eh A Te ee 
Beaker 


. BD. Dickson, 
R, &c., Post Office Block, 
TTORNEY-at-Law, Solici tor in Ohancery 
&eo,, &o, Ovvrox—In MoAn iany’e 
Buildings, Cornor of Front and Bridge Streota. 
Belleville, Ont. att 


Sam'l. S. ht i) Jr., LL. B., 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Chay 
LX. cory, Conveyancer, &c, Orriox—No, 4, 
(Graham's Block, entrance from Campbel: 
Street, Belleville, Ont. d&w tf 


Dayid B. Robertson, 
(SkonstTaky Granp Junorion Ratpway 
Company.) 
TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitorin Chancery 
Notary Public, &o,, &o, Ovrice—No. 3, 
over the Post Office, Bogart’s Block, Bridge 
Street, Bolleville, Ont. 
P. S.—Money tolend on easy terms a24 
Mortgages bought and sold 
Elisha Wesley, 
| Bele of Marriago Licenses, at tho office 
of M. B. Roblin. Front St., Belleville, 


B.S. Willson, M. D ©, M., 


GA)\ BENSON’S CAPCINE || 


POROUS PLASTER. | 
A WONDERFUL REMEDY, | 


'There ia no comparison between it and the} | 

porous plaster, Tt is in 
Y way superic all other external rem 
4, including Liniments and the so called 
electrical appli #, It contains new medi 
cinal elements which in combination with rub-+ 


ber, possess the most extraordinary pain ro4 
E ing, strengthening and curative properties, 


lAny Physician in your ¢ cality will con- 
tirm the aboy r Lame Baox, 
Rhe: i #8, Stubborn 
ds and Coughs, Diseased 
ing cough, affections of the 
1s for which porous plasters 
is simply the beat known remedy, 


oment, 


naon’a Capcine Porous Plaster and 
other. Sold by all Druggists. Price 
. Sent on receipt of price, by Seabury 
& Johnson, 21 Platt Street, New York. 


PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
(Giese of the University of McGill, 
Montreal. Late House Apothecary of 
the Montreal General Hospital. Residence 
and Office, Pinnacle Street. dt 


J. E. Eakins, M.D., 


THE SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL 


ire Insurance Comp'y of Glasgow. 


Carman =. . Two Minions Srer.iNo. 
Assets . . . =.  « ~— $1,500,000 
Txoomz AP Vag 5 1,000,000 


A 
. 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO BRANCH. 
HEAD OFFICE, 


7 Toronto St. Toronto. 


Canada Landed Credit Company. 


Wituram ALexanper, Esq., Vice-President 


Federal Bank of Canada, 
InsrectoR—Ropert McLean, 


Restpent SkoreTAny—Lawrence Buouan. 


Deposited with the Government at Ottawa 


This Company issues Policies of Insurance 


gainst loss or damage by fire or lightning on 


Policies are issued from and losaos settled 
by the Toronto Office, without dela: 


remiums taken in this country are in- 


QUHHN 


Of Liverpool and London, 


FIRE AND LIFE. 


FORBES & MUDGE, 
MonTreat, 
Chiof Agents for Canada, 
W, A. Suxrarp, Agent, Bolloville, 


To Steam Users, 


uy Canadian Stoam Users’ Insurance As- 
sociation make careful and periodical in- 
spection of Steam Boilers, give skilful advice 
as to their a pee and grant insurance 
against loas or damage by explosion. None 
but competent Inspectors employed. Special 
attention given to the economizing of steam, 
saving of fuel, &o, Steam Engines indicated, 
and plans and specifications of Boilers and 
Engines made, and thoir erection supervised, 


TORONT) UNIVERSITY. 
ICEN'TIATE Royal College Physicians ; 
J Licentiate Royal. College Surgeons, and 
Licentiate Midwifery, Edinburgh. 
Office, No. 2, Robertson Block. 
Residence, 180 George Street. 
J. R, Dickson, L. D. S., 
Suroxon Dentist. 
Orrice—Cornor Bridge and Front sts, 
Entrance on Bridge Street. 
Hi. W. Branscombe, 
E AS removed his DENTAL OFFICE 
cross the street, over Davenport's 
Fur Store. 5O-wa 
Jos. Caldwell, 
ae eON DENTIST, formerly of Belle- 
ville, late of Ottawa, has opened an office 
in Robertson's new block, Front Street, Belle- 
ville, Teeth oxtracted without pain. 
Dr. Higinbotham, 
| PHENOLS Surgeon, Accoucheur, &c, 
Office and Residence, next door north of 
the Bridge Street Methodist Church. 
John J. Farley, M. D. 
FFICE.—Front Street, over Chandler 
Drug Store, Residence—Dafoe House, 
Dr. H. James 
AS removed his office to his residence, 
as Church Street, near the Kingston 
ad. 


S. A. Abbott, M. D., 
Gas of Queen’s University, and 
member of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Ontario. Orrice—Over Clarke's 
Drug Store, Corner Front and Bridge Streets, 
Belleville, dl5s 


Evans & Bolger, 
ROVINOIAL LAND SURVHYORS 
Architects, Civil Engineers and Land 
Agents. Office—Dominion Buildings, Bridgo 
Street, Belleville, Surveying in all its 
branches in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to. Drawings, Specifications, &c., 
ofinventions prepared,and Patents applied for, 
Joun D, Evans, Tuos, O, Bere: 
P.L.S., 0. E. & A. P.L.8, 


Thomas Gardner, 
LAIN and Ornamental Plastorer, Slate 
Roofer, Comenting, &c. Centre Piecer 
made to order. 
RerereNces—Hon. Robert Read, Wm, E 
Holton, Rev. Mr, Bird. 
Belleviile, Dec. 6th, 1875. dtf 


Phonix Fire Assurance of London 
EsTABLISHED IN 1782, 
SSURANCES granted on Town, Village, 
and Farm Buildings and Property, or 
most favorable terms, 
GEO, E.BULL, Agent. 
Stirling, lat Aug. 1876, 


“Ontario Loan Society” 


aw Monoy at 6 and a quarter per cent, 
payable yearly, 


“Farmers’ Friend Loan Co.,” 


Lend money at seven per cent, in any sums 
for any time. 


_ Also, s largo amount of private funds for 
investment at reasonable rates. 
Apply to 
FLINT & JELLETT, 
Barristers, Xo., 
Belleville 
Bellovillo, Aug, 23 1878. tf 


THE INTELLICENCER JOB PRINTING 


‘ead Offico, 50 Front St. East, Toronto, 
S ON, ALEX. CAMPBELL, 


GEO. OC, ROBB, President. 
COhiot Enginsar. 
E, L. AUNGER, 
Agent for Belleville and vicinity, 


is not easily earned thoso 
times, but it can bo made in 
three months by any one of 
cithor sox, in any part of tho 
Cae pei willing to work ntoadily at the 
omploymeont that wo furnish, 0 
in your own town, ¥ ee 


i 

from homo ovor night, 
wholo time to the work, 
moments. Woe have agents who are 

ovor $20 porday, All who ongago at aos my 
mako monoy fast. At tho prosont time mone 

cannot be mado #o oasily and rapidly at and 
other businoss, It costa nothing tie the 
business. Torms and $5 Outiltfroo, Ad dross 
at once H, Hauterr & Co,, Portland, Maino, 


‘ou need not bo away 
You can give your 
or only your spare 


140,6m-23, ly 


DEPARTMENT. 


#® Satisfaction given to all customo: 
charges are as modorate as tho cost of gottin, 
up good work will allow, and aro usually Tonia 
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THE FALL OF ULUNDI. 


Destruction of Cetewayo's Mill- 
: tary Kraals, 


UTTER ROUT OF THH ZULUS. 


Tho following is the account of the battle 
of Ulundi, as givon by the special corres- 
pondent of the London Times :— 


Uxonp1, July 4th.—At daybreak this 
morning the Flying Column and the 2nd 
Division crossed the White Umvyolosi. The 
lst Battalion of the 24th Regiment remain- 
ed behind in laager, Colonel Buller’s ad- 
mirable and dashing reconnaissance yester- 
day drew out the Zulus in full force, and 
made patent tho fact that they intended té 
fight for the advance in the open ground 
between the river and Ulundi. Lord 
Chelmsford accordingly!determined to meet 
them and hozard a fair fight on open 
ground, This resolution showed great 
judgment and decision. ‘The troops proved 
more steady on this occasion than they 
have ever been in laager, and the effect of 
a defeat in open ground will be greater on 
the Zulus than any repulse from entrench- 
ments. With tne exception of the ammu- 
nition and water-carts, no vehicles accom- 
panied the expedition, On the first clear 
ground we came to the order was given to 
form a hollow square, with the Flying Col- 
ume in the front, and the 2nd Division in 
the rear, ‘The disposition of the troops and 
guns were as follows ; On the first face five 
companies of the 8th Regiment, under 
Major Tucker, with two Gatling guns, 
under Major Owen, in their centre.: On the 
right flank two 7-pounders of Major Trem- 
lott’s battery, under Lieut. Dayidson ; and 
seven companies of the 13th Regiment, 
under Major England ; divided by two 
more of Major Tremlett’s guns, under 
Captain Brown and Lieutenant Slade ; and 
one 9-pounder of Major Le Grice’s bat- 
tery, uuder Lieutenant Crookenden ; 
dividing four companies of the 58th MRegi- 
ment, under Colonel Whitehead. On the 
rear face one gun of Major Le Grice’s bat- 
tery ; two companies of the 21st Regiment, 
under Major Hazelrig; and three com- 
panies of the 94th Regiment, under Colonel 

falthus. On the west flank the remaining 
three companies of the 49th Regiment ; 
two 7-pounders of Major Harness’ Battery, 
under Lieutenant Parsons ; eight com- 
panies of the 90th Regiment, under Major 
Rogers ; and two guns of Major Le Grice’s 
temporarily attached to Major Harness’ 
Battery, under Lieutenant Elliott. Inside 
the square were two companies of En- 
gineers, with some Native Pioncers attach- 
ed, under Major John Ohard and Captain 
Anesley ; reserves of the different regi- 
ments, the ammunition carts, water carts, 
stretchers, and ambulance waggons, bear- 
ers, and the Native Contingent, under 
Major Benrough. Colonel Buller’s Cavalry 
were scattered in front and on the flanks ; 
and two squadrans of lancers, under 
Colonel Drury Lowe, with Captain Shep- 
stone's Basutos, formed a rear guard. 
Thus the columns moyed forward. On 
crossing the river a small body of Zulus 
were descried watching our movements 
from a hillon theleft. For a while they 
were the only scouts visible, but by the 
time the square halted and set fire to the 
first kraal, Umlambo Bogiyemmo, others 
appeared at different points in the same 
direction. After firing the kraal, the 
square moved forward again and passed 

nodwengo, the great kraal of the King 
Panda. This was also set fireto by some 
of our cavalry ; but, as the smoke arising 
from the burning of such a number of huts 
would have probably concealed the move- 
ments of the enemy,the fire was suppressed, 
The Zulus meanwhile began to show in 
great numbers along the sky to the left. 
Many were descending towards the plain 
in column and companies, with skirmishers 
inadyance. Oolumns could also been seen 
issuing from Ulundi, a little further on. 
The square wheeled to the right and in a 
few minutes took up an excellent position, 
which Colonel Buller, with the advance cay- 
alry, had noticed and pointed out to Lord 
Chelmsford. Unodwengo, now on ofr left, 
lay almost in a line with the laager, and 
Ulundi on our right front. Soon after we 
settled, the cavalry, reconnoitering on the 
left flank, opened fire on some of the 
enemy hidden from our view by a rise in 
the ground, Almost simultaneously, Cap- 
tain Shepstone’s Basutos commenced a hot 
skirmish on the left of Unodwengo kraal, 
In both cases our men were 30on in retreat, 
and as they fell back great numbers of the 
Zulus swarmed over the ridges. Soon the 
mounted men on all sides were engaged, 
firing as they retreated towards the square, 
the lines of which were now open to re- 
ceive them. ‘The men then closed up, and 
the artillery vpened fire, Although the 
gunners made excellent practice, the Zulus 
advanced iwthout any perceptible decrease 
in paco, their attack developing itself with 
wonderful rapidity. A few minutes be- 
fore but a few Zulus were to be seen to- 


wards Ulundi; now thousands upon 
thousands, shouting war cries, were 
zeon sweeping round the square, Shells 


from right and left were speedily followed 
by firing from the front ranks of tho infan- 
try on the same faces,and as the enemy ap- 
proached volley firing commenced on all 
sides. At length these were entirely sur- 
rounded and the attack was finally devel- 
oped. The principal effort was evidently 
to be made from our rear, over the rising 
ground from which Captain Shepstono’s 
Basutos had been driven. The Zulus, 
awarming in continuous streama,crovsed the 
left flank, partially under cover of Unod- 
wengo kraal, and, passing tho open ground 
between, which appeared black with thom, 
formed a hollow square, and with a magni- 
ficent rush came in donse masses straight 
for tho right rear corner of the square, The 
Royal Engineers, with the adjoining com- 
panies of the 58th and 94th, were as ateady 
aa rocks, The attack was directed par- 
ticularly against the point covered by the 
two companions of tho 21st, Neither vo loys, 
hhells nor guns stopped them for a moment. 
It looked as if wo were going to havo o 
hand-to-hand fight ; but at 60 or 70 yarda 
thoy wavered bofore our fire, aud in a mo- 
mont halted doad. Through the smoke wo 
could seo from horaoback mh black rank 

ing o8 if for a spring. 
hovitating, Pivy turned and fled, ‘Tho 80th 
hnd ithe rivet difficult point in tho position 

dofe A short distance beyond their 
ae tho ground suddenly dipped, and tho 
pak veo thus enabled to close without 


listo of 3000 nowspapers,and ostimate show 
DY O064 of edvertlaing. 


| The mon continued firing 
or. + 
Lan grant coolness, waiting timo after 


1879. 


| time until thoy saw the Zulus rise. Short. | 


| time in great strength, 


ly before this o Gatling had beon t 
from the front face 
flank, 


aken 
1d. placed on the left 
where the Zulus were at one 
The onslaught 
on this face was not nearly #0 heavy as | 
on others. Reports say tho Zulus have a 
Arent dread of Gatlings As soon as tho 
onomy showed a disposition to waver, the 
Lancers issued from the rear face, with 
orders to wheel to the left and follow the 
enemy. ‘Tnere were great cheers as thoy | at 


minutes previously liad been knocked off 

his horse by a spent bullet, The 17th 

made an attack with great skill, using their | # 
lances with great effectunder a continuous 
fire from the Zulus, who fought doggedly, 
Daring a retreat on the face of a hill they 
halted in strong force and poured a hot | t 
fire into their pursuers. 


had left the square by various sides, and | b 
were following the enemy in all directions, | * 


part of the engagement that the Zulus suf- " 
fered most severely. At length they gain- | 
ed the crests of the hills, where they again 

collected in small bodies, Shrapnel, fired 
with time fuses, soon dispersed then, Tho 
actual attack commenced at 8:30. 
ors state that the attacking rear was Jed by | ® 
Ungegwalkail, the front by Dabulamanzi, | © 


Malonia. Five days ago it was stated that 

Cetewayo sent 400 head of cattle with 

messengers commissioned to make peace, 

but that they were stopped by the Unclw 

Che Regiment, who stated that until they 

had been beaten no peace should be made, 

Cetewayo said, ‘* You may fight «nd sur- 

round the English when they leave the 

lager and try to crush them; but 
white men have never been beaten.” 

The prisoners “say that Cetewayo 
andthe old men are opposed to war, 
and were not expecting that the 
Zulus would again attack us. Women, 
children and cattle have been removed for 
some time to Mazaine. The chief Zulu 
regiments, Angobamion, Nokraki, Un- 
bonum, Bowoia, Unsembe, Umbabu, 
Uklako, Unaiad, Tulhluppo, Isangulubi, 
Ahe Undebiki, Tombi, and Uhlamibhle, 
remain with the King asa body guard. The 
prisoners agree that the whole force of the 
Zulu nation was present. The force sur- 
rounding us was 15,000, 8,000 looking on. 
Their losses were estimated at 1,500; but 
this was less than the numbers killed by 
the cavalry and artillery. The victory was 
complete. After attending to the wounded, 
the column advanced to support the cay- 
alry and burnt Ulundi, Undalakonombi, 
Ukage, and a couple of kraala, Ulundi is 
situated on the spur of a range of hills, 
containing several thousand huts. The 
two 7-pounders taken at Isandula were 
found, Everything of value had been re- 
moved to Amanzekanza, a new kraal built 
by the King when the war broke out, and 
situated 15 miles north of Ulundi, in the 
fork make by the junction of the White 
and Black Umvolosi Rivers. The country 
between Ulundi and this kraal is reported 
as very broken, with heavy bush. The 
actual approach to the kraal lies through a 
long, narrow ravine. The Zulus think 
this stronghold impregnable, their faith in 
its strength being indicated by its name, 
which means ‘‘Come if you dara.”’ In the 
afternoon the troops marched back to 
laager, burning Unodwengo kraal. 

Lord Chelmsford has accomplished his 
aim. With the burning of Ulundi the war 
has reached its climax, and we are enabled 
if we choose, to desist from further active 
operations. The question whether Cete- 
wayo surrenders or not ia of but little im- 
portance. Wecanplaco Oham in posses- 
sion of all the lower half, which, as regards 
grazing land and fertility, is by far the 
more desirable half of Zululand, add inter- 
pose between Natal and Cetewayo's people 
acomplete bulwark. Oham, assured of a 
little assistance and support for the first 
few years of his reign, will soon be able to 
defend himself, strengthened undoubtedly 
by desertions from Cetewayo’s cause, If 
necessray, the Zulu emigrants from Natal 
could be encouraged to return to their own 
country. Under Oham’s rule they would 
be exempt from the military oppression and 
cruelties which caused them to fly from 
Cetewayo. Ifwe continue the war, we 
enter upon an arduous and fruitless task 3 
for beyond Ulundi there is » wilderness, in 
which the difficulties of moving troops 
would be greater than anything experi- 
enced ; and should a pursuit of Cetewayo 
be decided upon, difficult bush fighting is 
certain. Great praise isdueto the sur- 
geons for their behavior during the action, 


Among the Luxuries of Life. 


But a brief period has passed since when a 
month's time was necessary to accomplish a 
journey of few hundred miles and then we 
went lumbering over the rough country, high- 
ways on springless seats. Now tho same 
journey is made in sumptuous drawing room 
cars, with all the comforts and many of tte 
luxuries brought to us by servants. Onco 
upon a time when we found it necossary to 
our health we sot apart a brief period to 
“doctor up” and thon camo a struggle with 
that awful Castor Oil. Now woxip it from 
the bottle while we continue regularly at our 
yocations. But it is Scorr & Bownr’s PALA- 
TABLE Castor O1L wo take, Itis one of the 
luxuries of life that is afforded at 25 conta, 


Free of Cost. 


Tho most wonderful remedy of the age is 
now placed within the reach of all. Be he 
rich or be he poor, it costs nothing to give 
this great remedy a trial. Dr. Krvo’s 
Caurrornta GotpEen Comrounn, for Dys- 
pepsia, Sick Headache, Low Spirits, Loss 
of Appetite, Sour Stomach, Coming up of 
Food, Yelfow Complexion, Gonoral Debil- 
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plaint, Jaundico and Biliousnoss, for which 
it is a cortain and apoody cure. No porson 
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that it will do all that we claim for it, you 
are given atrial bottle free of cost, which 
will convince you of its truly wonderful 
morits, and show you what a regular ono 
dollar size bottle will do. or salo by Jns. | ¥ 
Olark & Co, Belleville. “ 
> 


a 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. 


Chapped Hands, Chilblains, 
kinds of Skin Eruptions, 
guaranteed to 
caso or money 


salvo is 


ofunded. cents per 


wim 


Prico 


box. For wale by Jas, Clarke & 

Neanty Hau A Cento Ir 18 NOW] 4¢ 
ovor forty years since Brusrou's SARKAPANIL- 
LA AND Piva wore first introduced to the 


public, and now, after that long poriod of 
trial, thoy are universally admitted to bo tho 
best’ of all romedios for impure blood and 
humors, scrofula, old sores, and confirmed 


rhoumatism. 


left, led by’ Colonel Lowe, who a few | Bridge Stroct, City of B 


gain. ‘Title indisputable, 
at once, 


above address. i 
in our line will find it to their advantage to 
give us acall, a8 we use nono but first class 
stock; we do our own work and guaranteo 
satisfaction. 


rienced workmen, 
Plumbing, Bell-hanging, Steam and 
a SPECIALTY. 


To Marble 


ve in the world for Cuts, | Red and Gro 
, Tetter, | the Abordee 
and all] and the Unites 
interior of tho now 
» porfoot satisfaction in every | now being mado of it, at my factory, 


D:Sm. alt 


ison's Muaio Store. 


VALUABLE RESIDENCES 


AND 


GROUNDS FOR SALE 


WEST BELLEVILLE. 


HERE will be sold by 
PUBLIC AUCTION 


the office of Ralph Purdy, 


Auctioncer, 
ellovillo, on 


SATURDAY, 23RD DAY OF AUGUST NEXT, 


A family residence with grounds attached 


t being lot number 4 on th 6 of Lewii 
i Meanwhilo, a | Street, in West Bellovilic, altri, es 
troop of the King’s Dragoon Guards, under | dence of James Ross, 
Captain Browater, and Irregular Onvalry | West Belleville, 7 


adjoining the reai- 
Acense Inspector, 
comprise about 
nd, and on them are erected 
ouse 16 x 24, with kitchen 


alf an acre of 
good rough cast 


Lord W, Beresford in front. ‘The pursuit attached 14x 24, and barn 18 feet aquare, 
occupied some time, and it was during this | With outhouses complete, There aro also a 


andsome lawn, a number of-fine grown locust 
nd maplo trees, excellent orchard, goud well 
nd cistern; &o, 
PARCEL II. 
Also at the same tim 


, OD Very reasonable 


Prison- | terms, lot 17, corner Pine and Centre Streets, 


nd lot 16, south side of Pine Street, in the 
drove, near the residence of L. H. Hender- 


y oo : son, Eeq., nearly half an acro of land, 
ho loft by Sirayo, and the right by | Myon cle house, &s,, alsoa stone forties 
and cellar for a large houso on the premises, 


The above premises will be sold at a bar- 
Posseasion given 


For further particulars apply to 
PELL & BELL, 
E Vendors Solicitors, 
Dated this 30th July, 1879, 


The Hastings Loan & Javesiment 


Society, Capital $250,000, 
SAVINGS BANK DEPARIMENT. 


NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS, 


NHE above Society is now prepared to re- 

ceive deposits at tho rato of 6 per cent, 

per annum, for any period, and payable on 
demand. 

All investments in this Society are eccured _ 
by mortgage on Real Estate, which aflords to 
depositors the beat possible security for the 
safety of their deposits, 

The office will be opened from 7 to 9 p. m. 
on Saturday evenings for the”convenience of 
the public. 

Sums of one do)lar and upwards received on 
deposit for which interest will be allowed at 
the rato of 6 per cent. per annum. 

J. a C PHILLIPS, 
Secretary. 
79d1m 


Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


PURE 


HOLLAND GIN. 


Ww have just received, DIRECT from 


Messrs. JOHN D. KUYPER & SONS, 
Rotterdam. Holland, 


. ; 
our usual Spring consignment of their celo- 


|. brated 


HOLLAND GIN. 


The Gin manufactured by Messrs, John De- 
Kuyper & Sons sTILi RETAINS the reputation 
gained many years ago of being the Best and 
Purest article of the kind. The best evidence 
of this is the fact that it commands the HIGH- 
EST PRICE in the leading wholesale markets of 
the world. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Groorrs AND 
Wuxe Mercnants. 


CITY TIN SHOP. 


No. 351, Front Street, Belleville, 


In ron Srore ForMERLY OCOUPIED BY THE 
Late E. Cuanpier, Drucaist. 


§. STOCKER & CO., 
Tin, Sheet lron aud Coppersmiths, 


Iq Pa subscribers beg to announce to tho 
inhabitants of Bellevillo and adjoining 
country, that they have opened a Shop at the 

Partion wanting work dono 


TINW ARE, 


‘as good as the best, and cheap as tho cheapest. 


Jonnina neatly and cheaply dono by oxpe+ 
Mavahrougning) Roofing, 
Gas fitting 


Note the place, 351 Front Street, 


one door above Tickell’s Furniture Store. 


S. STOCKER & Co. 
Belloville, April 29, dtt 


Encour age Native Industry. 


Dealers, Furniture 
Dealers, Plumbers, &c, 
WING to oxtensive additions to my Fao 
tory of tho Jatest improved machinery, 
m now prepared to furnish all kinds of Mar- 


ble and Granite work at greatly reduced prices, 


nt quality Marble tops for Furniture and 
Ata bara} ure, 600. per foot—old price 200.— * 
nd a like reduction on all other kinds of mare 
lo work, 


My Int 


avionan Scoren Granrre, both 
has almost entirely suporsoded 
», both in this country 
The columna for the 
tate House at Albany are 


Send for designs, prices and sample of stone, 
R. FORSYTH, 
International Scotch Granite Works, 
Montreal, 


Valuable Work, 


A COPY (new) of ZeLt’s Exoyouormpia 


for aalo—abargain, To be seer ERS 


GEO, P. ROWELL & Co,, 
40 Pans Row, Naw Youx, 
AND ees 
J. H. BATES, 41 Paux Row, New Yor«, 
RE oar Agents in that olty, and are au: 


t 
our lowest rates, 


MK 


Qe 


Haily Antelugencer. 


BELLEVILLE, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6. 


Benefits of the National Poloy. 


Tho march of improvement which closely 
followed the inauguration of tho National 
Policy, continues to go on steadily and 
surely. In response to tho gramblings and 
growlings of tho opponents of a common 
senso trado policy, wo have given many 
hundreds of items, showing the opening of 
new industries, the re-opening of manufac- 
tories which had been closed by the fatuous 
inactivity of the Mackenzio Government, 
and the increase Of facilities in those few 
industrios which managed to survive the 

desporate attacks of the Yankoo slaughter- 
ors. 

The good effects of the National Policy 

haye reached Bellevillo more slowly than 
most centres of population, as thore are 
comparatively fow manufactures in our 
inidst, but already local interests aro being 
benefitted. 

The Ontario Commercial College of this 
city publishes the ‘* Canadian Accountant,” 
the authors of which aro Mossrs. 8S, G. 
Beatty and J. W. Johnson, and which is 
well known as tho best work on book- 
keeping and accounts published in Canada, 
The last edition (tho third) was published 
since the N. P. came in force, and the pub- 
lishors determined to take the advantages it 
offered to introduce this work in the Mari- 
time Provinces. The result of this ontor- 
prise has been most gratifying. They have 
sold through an agent handreds of copies 
in Nova Scotia, the city of Halifax alono 
taking one hundred and fifty, and they are 
almost daily filling orders received by tele- 
gram from Princo Edward Island, where 
their agent is now canyassing. Up to the 

inauguration of the N. P,, American works 
on book-keeping only were to be found in 
tho Eastern Provinces, 

Now, a work written by Canadian au- 
thors, printed by Canadian printers 


A thorized to contract for advertising at 


opportunity to sell their old wheat at advano- 
ed prices, $1.05 being offered on Strathroy 


market for good samples, Other years the 
now American whoat, which is ready for the 
market much oarlior than is Canadian whoat 
Largo shipmonts of cattle have been mado 
from Strathroy. Among tho manufacturing 


industrios, oarriago building and several othor 


branchos report an improved trade. 
aro always roady 


Berlin Daily N We 
to chronicle improvements and increases mado 
in local industries, Tho Intost ia an addition 
to tho running capacity of the Dominion 


Button Works, by which that well-known 
establishment will bo enabled to inoreaso its 
present atrength by at loast one-fourth, Mr. 
Jacob Y, Shantz, the enterprising proprietor, 
has purchased the material of the Hamilton 
Button Works, and brought it to this town, 
Mon aro now busily engaged putting tho ma- 
chinery up and getting it into working order, 
Whon this is completed employment will be 
given to about forty more hands, which with 
tho present staff, will make a total of about 
one hundred and sixty, 

Oshawa Vindicator ;—Cedar Dalo Works 
closed for annual repairs and stock-taking 
on Saturday ovoning. This is a week 
Jaterthan usual. Work will recommence 
within two wecks, as the ro-fitting will be 
pushed as rapidly as possible, There won't 
bo a long period of holidaying this year for 
tho men, A steam ongine is about to be 
put intoa South Oshawa mill to aid the 
water power, That mill has been idle for 
somo time, but we hope it will re-commonce 
this fall in full work. 

The Buckeye works have temporarily be- 
came a cabinet factory, Some employees 
of Luko Brothers being out of employment 
during the stoppage of tho factory, doter- 
mined not to remain idle, and so went to 
work on their own account, This isa good 
deal better than hanging about the streets, 
and such efforts deserve success, And yot 
the Globe saya tho furniture trade is on its 


last legs. 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1879. 


Political Notes 


The Kingston Whiy professes to be op- 
posed to Protecrion, and yet it wants a 
little bit of N. P. for Kingston. It saya 
in its issuo of the 4th inat ;— Tho steamor 
City af Toronto has beon safely docked at 
Odgensburg, and is now receiving goneral 
by running 
amounting to $4,400, aa estimated by the 
surveyors, W. Power, of Kingston, and J 
Jamieson, of Mill Point 
pondod in tho repairs of this steamer is a 
diroct loss to thia city and Province, there 
not being a dock largo onough on the lakes 
orriver, Canadian side, to accommodate 


ropairs, caused aground, 


Tho money ex- 


tho larger class of steamors and vessels. 
Marine men deplore tho loss, and hold that 
the Government has as much right 
to contribute as much a desirable in- 
stitution on Lake Ontario as it has to 
build tho graying dock at Quebec.” 
What now of the free-traders’ argument 
that indurtries which do not flourish with- 
out Government assistance should be allow- 
od to dieout? Private enterprise having 
failed in the attempt to erect a graving 
dock, according to the free trade theory 
nothing further should he done ; but the 
Whig, with refceshing inconsistency, calls 
for Government assistance, The Whig is 
right in one respect, if not consistent ; itis 
a pity that our vessels should have to go to 
United States ports for repairs, which 
causes the loss to our mechanics of money 
which ought to be earned by thom, It is 
quite evident that the Whig’s ox has been 
gored, but we hopo that our neighbor 
will, on account of his own trouble, have 
some charity henceforward for others who 
suffer from tho same cause. 


News Condensed. 


—London has a population of 28,000, 
—The best coal is selling at $4 per ton in 
Toronto, 


Messrs, Watts of Brantford and Messrs. 
Jas. Turner & Co. of Hamilton, have im- 
ported cargoes of sugar from the West 
Indies, Tho latter arrivod-in Hamilton por 
schooner Floetto direct from Barbadoes. 
Hitherto Barbadoes sugars for Canada havo 
beon imported by way of New York and 
Portland. The clause in tho new tariff, 
which exompts packages and charges from 
duty in direct imports, and the saving of 
transhipment suggested the experiment of 
the direct shipment, which has now been 
successfully carried out. 


—Jhe market tolls of Kingston were sold 
this yoar for $2,217. 

—090 cents aro being paid for Consolidated 
Bank bills in Montreal. 

—Sir W. B. Richards will leave England 
for Canada on the 21st inst, 

—-The Infanta Mario Del Pelare, second 
sister of the King of Spain, is dead, 

—Itis proposed to make a testimonial of 
$50,000 in money to Mr. Lotellior, 

—Cholera is said to prevail at Monterey, 
Mexico, with a death rate of 100 per diom. 
—John Harlan of Hawkesbury Mills, com- 


- Great Excitement in Quebec. 


Tho Prospect Coal Mining Company, of | mitted suicide on the Sth inst, by eating Paris 


MR. JOLY DEFEATED. 


Horried Meeting of the Ministry. 


Taborvaclo. and College 


Consolidated Bank Bills. 


WILL take the above Bills at Par—in pay- 
ment of subscriptions to the new M. 

lowment Fund. 
ROBINSON, 

Treasurer, 

d6t 


Bellovillo, Aug. 1, 1879. 


Quenec, Aug, 5,—Groat excitement existe 
sat of tho Government this even. 
y adjourned the 


ovor the 
ing. Mr. Joly immediate 
Houno, and the Ministry met in the Speaker's 
room. The Opposition held a caucus and con. 
gratulated Mr. Chapleau on tho result of the 
vote, 

The dofeat was on a motion made by Mr. 
Joly regarding an expression used by Mr, 
Chapleau 


——_——_ 
FROM KINGSTON. 


Funeral of the late Bishop O’Brien 


Kinoston, Aug, 6.—The fanoral soryices in 
connection with the interinent of tho late la- 
monted Bishop O'Brien, commenced this morn- 
ing at 9 o'clock in St. Mary’s Cathedral, Tho 
edifice was deeply draped in mourning. Peo- 
ple commenced entering the Cathedral as early 
as 7 o'clock, and long before 9 every seat was 
occupied, and all standing room as well, there 
being not less than 3,090 people present. 
Many had to go away, unable to gain admit- 
tance. Among those presont wero many lead- 


ing citizens of all sects, Bishops Dubamel of | ™ 


Ottawa and Jamot of Algoma, and 65 clergy- 
men were present. Bishop Jamot celebrated 
Mass, assisted by Father Farrelly, V.G., Fa- 
thers Lonorgan and McCarthy acting as Dea- 
con and sub- Deacon respectively, - The sermon 
was preached by the Jesuit father, Rev, Mr. 
Glackmeyer, of Montreal, who took his toxt 
from lat Thessalonians 4th chapter, 12th verse 
to the end, from which he preached an appro- 
priate and eloquent sermon, 


FROM NAPANEE. 


Damage from Bush Fires. 


Naranes, Aug. 6.—A telegram from Tam- 
worth reports that heavy bush fires are raging 
15 miles north of Tamworth, near Arden. 
Great havoc is made on the timber limits of 
Messra. Rathbun & Son. No rain fell thero 
yeaterday. - 

A telogram from Enterprise reports tbat 
bush fires are raging 3 miles north of there, 
and making great destruction among timber 
limits. 

—————— 

Tue Sourn Amertcan Wan.—The Peru- 
vian Minister has received a telegram from 
Panama announcing that the ironclad 


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height of tho first floor of the eaid Engine 
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nishing all materials. 


accepted, 


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RE acknowledged by all to be the floost in th: 
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Ladies wishing to have their Photos taken in f 
rooms, and a lady assistant in attendance, 
Appointments are sometimes necessary. 
will be set apart for sitting. 


TENDERS. 


iy abet to will be received up to 


Thursday, the 7th August, 


inat., at 4 o'clock, p. m., for the 


BUILDING OF ASTONH WALL 


Enlargements made from any kind of pictures, 


Wall to be laid in water-lime, to high 
ater mark. 
Tenders to state, 80 much per perch, fur- 


Tho lowest, or any tender, not necessarily 
JAMES Sr, CHARLES, 


Chairman Fire Committoo. 
Bollovillo, Aug. 4th, 1879. 3 


Just Received, 


for Sale or to Let. 


Twenty-five words under this head 26 cents first 
insertion, Each additional insertion 10 ets. 


Fe SALE, the yacht ‘Minnie A.,” 4} 
tous measurement, with all her canvas 
and gear complete. For terms and other par- 
ticulars apply to Mrs. Addison, Howard Bt., 
Yeomans’ Hill, 6t 


Whe LET, the whole or a portion of the 
three story stone factory, 40 ft x 60 ft., 
on Coleman street. Power is supplied by a 
30-horse power steam engine. Apply to IL 
A. THompson, on the premises. 
Belleville, July 4, 1879, tf 
1O Let, a Confectionery Shop and Bakery, 
_ fully equipped, situated east end of lower 
bridge.” Rent moderate, For particulars ap- 


PH ARMACY. Ply to B, Truaisch, Helvctian Hotel, —248tf 


Vy Let, by the year or month, the premises 
lately occupied by the Canadian Bank of 
Commerce, on cast side of Front Street, Belle- 
ville, next door to the Glasgow Warehouse, 
A poly to Denmark & Norruevr, Barristers, 
Belleville. 


AT THE 


__ JAMES CLARKE & C0. 
CHEAP WHITE SHIRTS. 


“LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT.” 


OUR OPERATING ROOMS 


© Dominion, The light is so arranged that 
ancously, Our customers remark daily,— 
t took four times as long.” 


“Position is Everything.” 


your subject, a knowledge of Drawing and 
ye can supply, We please our patrons in 


the natural position of our pictures—a close inspection of which is invited. 


copy no one, 


ull dross, will find elegantly fitted dressing 


Woe give card at our Studio, stating what time 


Miniatures mado on porcelain, ivory, or paper (and finished in water colors), for Lockets, 


finished in crayon, ink, or colora. 


J Ovn Excerpinoty Low Prices wrt Coytinug UNTIL YunTHER Norice.“Ga 


Cs Stan 


N, R,—Operating done by our Mr, D., late of the Notman Studio. 


Great Clearing Sale 


A. E. FISH & CO'S, 


Remnants of Shirting. 


Odds and Ends of Ties, 
Collars, Cuffs, &., &c, 


Underclothing, Socks, 


And all kinds of summer goods at greatly 
reduced prices, 
A. E. FISH & CO., 


Shirt Manufacturers & Gents’ 
260 Front Street. 


Just Received, 


X 8. S. “Trent,” from Messrs, Blanken- 
heijm & Nolet, Rotterdam, Holland, 
& consignment of their 


CELEBRATED FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL 


GENEVA GIN, 


IN WOOD, 
AND CRYSTAL BOTTLES, (gold labels), 
Which I will sell cheap for cash, wholesale 


Only 75 Cents Each, 


worth far more money, 


St. John, N.B.,has been incorporated with | Green. For Two Days,. 
a capital of $300,000, —The bodies of the men buried in tho ruins 


f of the Hamilton fire, were recovered on tho 


Huascar had captured theChilian transport 


and retail. 
Reniac, carrying a cavalry regiment fully WESLEY BULLEN, 


Importer. 
June 17, 1879. es 


(and by the way we would call the Globe's 
attention to tho fact that the Globe Print- 


ing Co. aro the printers) and bound by 
Oanadjan bindors, has taken the place of 
tho foreign works, to the pecuniary ad- 
yantage of the producers, and to the ad- 
vantage likewise of the Dominion. 
Although the N. P. has protected the 
publishers, and given them the Canadian 
market, they continue to sell at the former 
price. They give the Canadian people a 
work that we beliovo is superior to any 
American production of tho kind, and soll 
it ata prico lower than a similar work can 
be bought for in New York or Boston. ‘A 


Winnipog Times :—Tho planing mill o! 
Sutherland Brothers on Water street, 
although started only 4 few weeks since, 
is already doinga rushing business. The 
firm employs thirty men, and receives about 
200,000 feet of lumber por week, which it 
turns out in the shape of flooring, sheeting, 
moulding, ote. 

Hamilton Spectator: ‘‘Last week Messrs. 
Gottorff, Martin & Uo., of this city, receiy- 
ed by railasamplo monument from the 
granite quarries of the New Brunswick Red 
bf Granite Company, at Carlton, St. John, 
fourth edition of the work will shortly be| N. B. The block is 9 feet 6 inches high ; 
in press in consequence. it takes afine polish and can be set up at 

From our exchanges wo havo gathered | about two-thirds the price of Scotch granite 
the following encouraging items during the | of corresponding quality. It is expected 
past week :— that the New Brunswick granite will meot 

Mail's Hamilton Correspondent : “The | with a ready salo in Western Ontario, in 
Hasiiiton Forging Company have given out | which caso the problem of return freights 
contracts for doubling the capacity of their | from the Maritime Provinces will be so 
works owing to the accumulation of orders | much nearer solution.” 
on hand, Previous to the adoption of the} We Jearn from the St. John Daily News 
NP. the works wero not running one/ that the new barque Marquis of Lorne, 
quarter their capacity. registering 1,195 tons and classing 14 years 

The 300 horse-powerenginein the Hamil- | in French Lloyd's, was launched at Court- 
ton rolling mills, which has not been run- | ney Bay lately. 
ning for several years, was to-day put into QQ 
operation on alarge train of rolls for tho Kixoston Execrion Prrrrions. — The 
heaviest class of merchant work. This gives | Kingston Neles says:—‘‘The petitions 
employment to a number of additional | 9gainst Mr. Gunn, M. P., and Sir John 
hands. Itis expected that the new nail| Macdonald have been withdrawn. Tho 
plate mill, as well as the nail factory will be | Westion of the payment of costs is subject 
inoperationin about three weeks, employing | © 4" arrangement among the parties.” 
about170 hands more. The N, P. is doing aw 
something for Hamilton. 

Mr, Hammond, of Rochester, N. Y., has 
disposed of his intorest in a manufacturing 
business in which he was interested in that 
city, and will soon commence operations 
here. The firm with which ho was associ- 
ated had enjoyed quite an extensive trade 


Stock Spirpments.—During the month 
of July 2,694 head of cattle and 33,103 
sheep were shipped from Montreal and 
Quebec to Great Britain, If this continues 
much longer, the country will be drained 
of livestock, asthe whole trade is support- 
ed by Canada in consequence of the em- 
bargo upon Canadian cattle. 


with the province of Ontario, but the N. P. 
put a damper on it, so he decided to come 
over and manufacture on this sido of the 
line rather than forfeit the business already 
established. 

Montreal Witness: —A largo belt is that 
just obtained for the Hudon Cotton Com- 
pany, 162 foot long, two ply, and thirty 
inches wide. Another one, 190 feet long, 
has been ordered for tho samo establish- 
ment. The factory is running night andday. 

The work on the new elevator at Point 
Edward is progressing rapidly. It will 
have acapncity of 250,000,bus. and will cost 
$86,000. A large flour mill is to be erect- 
od in the rear of the elevator, with 14 run 
of stones, 

Moncton Times :—A proposal to oxtond 
tho powers andthe capital of the Poters’ 
Combination Lock company to provide for 
the manufacturo of the lock and somo 
other articles in connection therewith, is 
now receiving a good deal of attention in 
Moncton, and has met with much en- 
couragement as could be expected from 
many whose attention has been called to 
the project. 

beliove 


Theso locks aro now, we 
manufactured in the United States, 
but the increase of duty will cause tho 
manufacturo for the Canadian market to bo 
transferred to Canada, 
Pictou Standard 
circular to hand, wo obsorvo the significant 
item “Sugar sales are made principally for 
Ayear ago 
havo appeared ; a 
was indeed a 
Sugar sales on Canadian account 
mean dollara to Cangdian workmen, and 
long may trade circulars contain them. The 
N. P. ia responsible, as above stated, 
Strathroy Deapateh The Strathroy 
Kiting Factory has added since the Ist of 
Jane &fourth set of cards, and is now 
25 per cmt, moro work, and is 
25 per cOn% more monufactured gooda than it 
has a! aby ttm since itcame to Strathroy; 


Ina Barbadoos trado 


Canadian account.” such ao 
statement could 
cargo of sugar to 


rara avis, 


not 


Canada 


doing 


turning ont 


Granp Excamrment anp Granp Lopor. 
—The annual meeting of the Grand En- 
campment of Ontario, of the I.0.0.F., will 
be held in the City of Hamilton on Tues- 
day next, the 12th of August, and the an- 
nual meeting of the Grand Lodge of On- 
tario L.0.0.F., will open in the same place 
on Wednesday, and probably continue in 
session till Saturday. 


Oxtoker.—The following isa completo 
list of tho American eleyen to play in tho 
forthcoming international cricket match to 
be held at Ottawa:—T. 0. Bailoy, J. M. 
Fox, Merion Crickot Club, Pa.; F.E. Brew- 
ster, H. W. Brown, R, N. Caldwell, Ger- 
mantown Cricket Olub, Philadelphia; 0. B. 
Calvert, Peninsular Cricket Club, Detroit ; 
R. W, Olay, Pennsylvania Cricket Club, 
Philadelphia ; U, A. Nowhall, D. S, Now- 
hail, Young America Cricket Club, Phila- 
delphia; R. J. Cross, J. T. Soutter, St. 
G. C, Club, New York. Of these Messrs. 
Brewster, Caldwell, ©, A. and D. S. New- 


hall played in the Halifax tournament 
of 1874, 


Linvr. Oanry.—London T'rfith, which 
lias tho merit of being always fearlessly 
true to its namo, according to its light, 
thus apologizes for Lioutonant Carey : “ Our 


French lad must not lead us to view tho 
conduct of Liout. Carey in any excoptional 
manner, A  reconnoitering party found 
itself suddenly surrounded by an ovor- 
wholming force of Zolus. A gonoral rush 
was mado to get away, and this was, I 
boliovo, strictly in accordance with tho 
usago of war. Unfortunately the Princo 


and two troopers did not got away, ‘Thoy 


wore killed. Wo aro all norry for therm 
and for their relations, but that ono of tho 
victims of wae happened to bethe late 
Prince Impe rial should make no differenco 
in our feelings towards Lieut. Carey. Had 


threo tre lain and the Prince 
Imperial been saved, would Lieut. Carey 
have been brought before a court-martial 
and then sent hometo England under ar 


and, what is better, the woods aro wold on fast 
po thoy can bo male, Tho farmors havo o 


No. 


rost | And if not, tho ontiro pro- 


regrot for the ultimely fate of the brave | 


5th inst. 

—Chas, Taylor was killed in acattle guard, 
near Brownsville, on the Canada Southern 
Railway on the 5th inst. 

—A meoting of the shereholdera of the 
Consolidated Bank is called for the 18th og 
September, 

—The schooner Grimsby has been chartered 
at Milwaukee to carry wheat to Kingston at 
64c. This is the highest yet ! 


—The Porte ropudiates the concessions of 
its Commissioner relative to the Servian 
frontior, and has superseded him, 

—The By-Law giving a bonus of $200,000 
to the Toronto and Ottawa Railway was read 
a first time in the Ottawa City Council on tho 
Sth inst. 

—-Lieut, Pope, of Her Majesty's 24th Rogi. 
ment, and a cousin of the Minister of Marine 
and Fisheries, was one of tho victims at 
Tsandula. 

—An Artesian well, bored by Copeland, a 
brewer, near the Don, when 1,030 feet furn- 
ithed water so impregnated with salt as.to be 
unfit for uso 

—Cattle in the west and south-west of 
Texas are dying by hundreds of thirst. Stock 
men are selling thoir stock at whatever price 
thoy can get. 

Extensive bush fires are raging in the 
vicinity of Kemptville. Unless rain falls 
within a few days, it is feared the destruction 
of property will be very heavy. 

—It is said that Messrs. D, McInnes & Co., 
whoee wholesale dry goods establishment was 
destroyed in the Hamilton fire, will open 
business in Toronto shortly. 

—It is said that Mr, Richard, late M. P. 
for Megantic, has been confirmed in his office 
as Sheriff of the North-West Territories, Ho 
received his commission some days since, 
—Charles Fechter,the celebrated actor, died 
at ton o'clock on Monday nig’ut at Quaker, 
town, Pa., of dropsy and jaundice, after hav- 
ing b@en ill for some timo. 

—It is reported that the English Board of 
the Great Wostern Railway of Canada has 
agreed to refer the conditions for amalgamat- 
ing to arbitrators, 

—It is stated that the Spanish Bishops, at 
the request of the Government have agroed 
to temporarily relinquish a quarter of their 
stipends to relieve the public finances, 

A Quebec despatch says the blueberry 
trade has set in, and each Saguenay steamer 
brings up largo consignments. The great 
bulk go forward to Montreal and the west. 
—Burglars broke into the warehouse of 
Galarnoau & Co,, St. Paul street, Montreal, 
on the 5th inst, and carried off about five 
hundred dollars worth of silk handkerchiefs, 

—The manager of the Edwardsburg Starch 
Works says that the report of the probable 
closing of the works, given currency to by the 
Proscott T'clegraph, is not correct. 

—There is much sickness in tho Austrian 
army of occupation in Bosnia,and ono number 
of the Vienpva Vaterland, containing an ac- 
count of the decimation by diseases, was 
seized and destroyed. 


—Mile. Raimondi, from whom Garibaldi is 
anxions for a divorce, lives at Como in a 
splendid yilla owned by her family. Her son 
has never taken the name of Garibaldi, and 
seoms to have no idea of claiming a share in 
Garibaldi's proporty, 

Some idea of tho oxtent of the potato 
trade in Nova Scotia can bo had by noticing 
| the fact that 60,000 bushola of potatoes have 
been shipped by one man from Folly, Col- 
chester County, during nino weoks onding 
26th June, 

A Napanoo roport nays, tho brush factory 
commenced the manufacture of brushes yes, 


torday, Steam waa got up this morning, and 


the factory will bo in full oporation in a fow 
| 


days. Orders for brushes aro coming in, and 
thefprospects of doing a good business bogin to 
brighton. 


WE DELIRVE THE CAURE OF THR WONDERFUL 
success of our Munnay & LANMAN'S FLonipa 
| WATER may be found in the fact that the 
pan ipal aim in itw preparation has always 
noon to give the simple natural perfume of 
flowers, without any chemical addition what+ 


ete 
ever, and toavold, by all means, the groat 


cooding is an unjustifiable one,” 


error of making a heavy, sickly, swoot por- 
fume, 


equipped, also three Chilians ships’ laden 
with coal and coffee. The Chilian fleet has 
bombarded Iquiqua, killing two persons, 
but dojng small damage otherwise. 


A Great Unperrakine :—'‘A London 
cable special says.—A Paris despatch says 
Venard De Saint Anne, originator of the 
project for bridging the English Channel, 
promises to commence operations without 
delay. Ho estimates that it will require 
seven months for the experiment, and a 
million francs will pay the preliminary ex- 
penses to raise funds. Ho has laid the pro- 
ject before the French and Belgian Cham- 
bers of Commerce, Eighty-four of these 
have alroady expressed themselves in fa- 
vor of the project and will visit England 
shortly to lay the matter before the English 
Government. To span the deep water he 
has recourse to the tubular system.” 


Waar Famryg was pone.—The Vale 
of Cashmere, with its roses the brightest 
that earth ever gavo;its temples, and grot- 
toes, and fountains as clear as the love- 
lighted eyes that hang over their wave,” is 
ina terrible plight, and, if now seen by 
Tom Moore, would thoroughly disenchant 
him. Grim famine stalking through the 
beautiful valley, and whore, two vears ago, 
fully 300,000 people lived in peace and con- 
tentment, only some 30,000 souls are now 
to befound. It isa terrible scene to con- 


template,— nine out of every ten either 
gone to that bourne whence no traveler 
returns, or driven out for good because of 
an absolute scarcity of the means of exist- 
ence. 


Dr, King’s California Golden Com- 
pound. 

Isa strictly vegetable preparation, and will 
positively cure Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, 
Acidity of Stomach, coming up of Food, Pain 
in pit of Stomach, Low Spirits, Biliousness, 
Constipation, Jaundice, Liver Complaint or 
any affection of the Stomach or Liyer, in the 
shortest time possible, You are not asked to 
buy until you know what you aro gotting. 
Therefore, as you value your existence, donot 
fail to go toyour Druggist, Jas, Clark & Co.'s, 
and get a trial bottle free of charge, which 
will show what a regular one dollar bottle will 
do. Ask for Dr. Kixo’s CattrorntA GOLDEN 
Comvounp, and take no other, Jas. Clarko 
& Co., Belleville. 


No Atconor.—Bearine ts prepared with- 
out the use of alcohol or any other Hair 
kiiling ingredient. It presorves the hair 
and will be found the most delightfull Hair 
Dressing in the’ market. 

Joun Porter, of Ripley, Ohio, writes:- 
I have given the Pain Killer to Horses for 
Colic, and found it is the best remedy I 
ever tried. It gives them ease quicker 
than any other remedy I ever used. I give 
for a douo half of a 25-cent bottle, put in a 
pint bottle of warm water, and drench 
them with it. I have always cured the 
worat cases without delay. 

Ixctrient Consuption.—In bronchial 
and other chest affections, in arresting inci- 
pient consumption, and in lessening tho 
distressing symptoms of this disoase in its 
hopeless stages, as woll as in cases of ner- 
yous debility in giving tone to the system, 
it is undoubtedly a valuable remedy. -John 
TEE DEAY, Methodist Minister, Newport, 

v. 8. 


ve words under this head 26 cents firat 


Twenty 
Each additional insertion 10 cts, 


insertion. 


ANTED, a general sorvant for a small 
family, 


Apply at this office, 


TEWART, M. D., 
ist and Aurist, 
Vy ILL be at the Dafoo House from MON- 
DAY EVENING, the 21ST JULY, 
until MONDAY, the 11th of August, 1879, 
d&wtd 


W. STEWART, 

T, Office in Ridley’s Block, 
oll Street, opposite Opera Houno, 
3mdkw 


RTIFIOATES, handsomely 


Jamy 


RAN 
v 


aaloj at the Iwretioxnouy 
hoe 


CONSOLIDATED BANK BILLS 


CALL AND SEE THEM, 


Glasgow Warehouse, 
CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 


TAKEN AT PAR 


: FOR 


USD Received, a lot of 


New Patterns, 


Very Cheap. 


GOODS. 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


ICE CREAM. 


4 hats Choicest in the City, can be had by 
the pint, quart, or gallon, and sent to 
any part of the City, and sold as low as at any 
other establishment, 


STRAWBERRIES 


RECEIVED DAILY. 
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples, 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN in full blast 
with all the finest Syrups. - 
J. S. CROTHERS. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner, 
Belleville, June 10, 1879. 


60c., 65c., and 75c. per yard, 
Please call and see them. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


DIRECT IMPORTATION 


JUST RECEIVING, | FINE BRANDY. — 
pve Tnstalments of our T0 EXGURSIONISTS. Fic 
FALL GOODS. UEEOSING trp ias the beatin Vilage 
inh : J g{CAMPBELLFORD during the ease, Osea ea oe Vine Old 


Mr. T. Blute, Proprietor of the 
Windsor Hotel, 
as he purposes extending the samo privil 
to others as he has re who aS Agate 
visited him, viz : 
Grounvs PROVIDED, PLatFoRM ERecrep 
For Dancinc, anp Music Haty 


in case of unfavorable weather, freo— which 
will accommodate one thousand persons, 
Hotel Accommodations 


second to none in the Province, 
T. BLUTE, 
Proprietor. 
30, 1879. dim 


As usual, we aro first in the market, 


Glasgow Warehouse, 


errs 


PACIFIC RAILWAY TENDERS. 
Fish-plate Bolts, & Spikes. 


YENDERS will be received by the under- 
signed until noon of WEDNESDAY, the 
20th day of AUGUST, for the supply of 35 
tons of Fish-plate Bolts and Nuts, and 700 
tons of Railway Spikes. 
Tenders must on the printed form, 
which, with all other information, may be had 
at the Pacific Railway Engineer's Offices, in 


Ottawa. 
F, BRAUN, 
> Secretary. 
Department of Railways and Canals, 
Ottawa, 30th July, 1879. 


TUST RECHIVED 


A CONSIGNMENT OF 


Campbellford 


SEMI-ANNUAL 


SALE. 


OMMENCING on Wednesday the 1éth 

July, wo will offer for salo the Remnants 
of Summer Stock at greatly reduced prices, 
consisting of 


CHARLES TURNER'S Cottons, 
Celebrated Linens. 
VARNISHES,| oma coos 
ARRIAGE MEN will find theso Var- waxpes 
7 nishes to be the Best Value in the mar- Oil Cloths,’ 
ot. 
TURNER'S VARNISHES Shirtings, 
SUSTAIN A &o., ko. 


HIGH POLISH, 
very durablo,and dries in from 10 to 12 hours, 


In pkgs. : 1 ga., 4 ga, 1 qt 
J, H, HAMBLY, 


IMPORTANT SALE. 


ILU be sold at Public Auction, on the 
promises, on 


Saturday, the 16th day of August, 


1879, at 11 o'clock, a. m,, the valuable prop: 
orty of tho late Dr, Lister, on the corner of 
Pinnaclo and Bridgo Streets, Bollovillo. ‘Tho 
samo will bo sold en bloe, or in Lots, accord. 
ing to a plan by Mosara, Evans & Bolgor, P. 
S., which can bo soon at tho Law otlico of 
caars. Robortson & Thomas, Barristers, 
Bolloville, There will be a reserve bid, 
Tho promises aro suitable for Hotel or build. 
ing Lots, and comprise four Lots on Pinnacle, 
three on Bridge, and three ou Church Streets, 
For furthor particulars, and terms of walo, 
apply to Alex. Robertson, OF Morgan Jollott, 
Yi oon of Dr, Listor’a catato. 
Trustees of Dr, OHAS. WILKINS, 
Auctioncer, 


Dated at Bollevillo, Aug. 2, 1879, Staw 


Geo. Ritchie & Co. 


July 14, 1879, 


Truthfulness and Fair Deal- 
ing is Our Motto, 


Oo” work recommenda itself, 


Our cheap prices are accoptablo these hard 


L. times, Our 
M 


$6 Cabinets are still $3 per doz 
$3 Extra Cards $1.50 as 
Engagomonta will ploaso bo mado in onder 
© ave confusion, ax wo are vary busy, 
J A. BROCK & CO,, 


Photographors, 
79 


Messrs, J. & F. MARTELL, 
Cognac, France, 


is now arriving, in 


CASKS AND CASES. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers AND 
Wrxe Menonanrs. 


BEDROOM SETS. 


By eee received, direct from the English 
Bee a large and varied assort- 
ment o! 


COLORED BEDROOM SETS, 
ranging in price from $2.75 to $15 each. These 


are of fresh and attractive design, and excel- 
lent quality. 


F. B. ROUS & Oo, 
Bellovillo, July 24, 1879. 


EXCURSION 


PER STEAMER 


ALBXANDRBRA, 
F (CAPT. SMITH) 


SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. STH. 


and every Saturday Evening until 
further notice, 


Will leave Bellovillo at 7:30, for » sail around 
tho Bay, roturning to Belloville at 10 
o'clock and Trenton at 11:30, ~ 


TICKETS 25 CENTS BACH. 
Partios who desire an afternoon excursion 
can loayo Bollovillo at 4:30 p.m, sharp, return- 
ing at 7:30, Tickots 25 cents, children 10 
cents. J'ea can bo obtained if desired. 
47d2m 


MONEY TO LOAN, 


[bane Monoy at lowoat rates, {pn aums 
to suit borrowers, 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barristors, &o., 
ville, 


‘not Sr, (eape Corner Bridge sind Front bee woake 


~ western part of this Province. 


” highly propitious. 


DE, 
GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE, 


model and seaman: 


ip wore 


June 9, 1879, 
0 INO WEoT, 
No, 2, Day Pe press 
No, 4, Morning Exp: 
No, 8, Mixed, 
Passenger... 
QOINO BAST, 
WOR, 
xpi 


force to tho first class. 


BELLEVILLE AND NORTH HASTINGS 
RAILWAY, 


Leaves Madoc... , 
Arrive in Belleville, 
Leave Belleville 
Arrive in Maddoo....... 215 p.m. 
Trains are run by Montreal. time. 


STAGE ROUTES, 


be attained. 


tended as already decided upon, 


Kyicnts or tHe Muacoauers, 
evening General Commander, J, 


Stages leave tho principal hotels for the un- 
dermentioned places at the hours named: 
For Srimcro, 
- Fon Manoo,—Daily, at 2 p, m, 
For Burporwarsn, Twexp, &0.—Daily, at 


Ip 
Bou ‘Turxrow.—Dally, at 3 p.m. 
For Picroy.—Daily, 
The stages arrive fo 
each 


Ex Sir, Knight Gen, Commander, 8. G, 
Retallick ; Sir Knight Commander, Geo, 
Ballevitie about noon | A. Joyce ; Sir Knight Lioutenant Com., 
J. 8. Barber ; Sir Knight Prelate, W. W. 
Mackay ; Sir Knight Record keeper, Geo, 
G, Eakins ; Sir Knight Treasure Keopor, 
W. P. Way ; Sir Knight Sergeant, J. R, 
Way ; Sir Knight Master at Arms, Goo. 
Flowers ; Sir Knight lst Master of Guards, 
S. Way. 


. 
Local Aotices. 
<> [n9) 

Notices under this head 10cta, a line each inser- 
tion, After six insertions 5 cts, a line 

Having listened to Prof. Grady’s explan: 
tion of stammering and stuttering and wit- 
nossed the effect of the trial of his remedy up- 
‘on a patient, wo hayo pleasure in certifying 
our conviction that his treatment is both 
philosophic*l and successful. We are willing 
to be referred tolat any time for proof of the of- 
ficacy of his method of cure, as we believe 
him to beoaman of honor and a christian 
gentloman, and as for failure in his treatment 
it would be impossible, 

A. Hiorsnotnam, M.D, 


N.R. Witrovenny, M.A. 
Belleville, Aug. Ist, 1879. at 


Waits Hommopathic Remedies for sale by 
Albert L, Geon, 


Holden's Cholera Drops for sale by Albert 


Biackwoop,—The July number of this 
magazino, republished by the Leonard-Scott 
Publishing Company, 41 Barclay atreot, 
New York, has beon received. It opens 
with an intoresting paper, ‘‘ With Colonel 
Pearson at Ekowe, by Ono who was there,” 
which gives a good idea of the difficulty 
experionced in the Zulu war, Tho serial 
“* Reata” is continued, and there is “ the 
Ghost of Morcar’s Tower,” a story illustra- 
ting a theory of Mesmerism, i. ¢., the power 
of a strong will to influence a spirit. ‘ Hid- 
den Tyeasures,” is an account of a match- 
leas collection of sculpture, the property 

of Prince Torlonia, of Rome. The usual 
Geen, a, book reviews, a couple of pooms ond aresume 
Fowler's Extract Wild Strawberry, for sale | of the Afghan war completes the number, 


by Albert L. Geen, ———— : 
Brick Srreet Mernoprst Cuore: 


It is always a pleasant duty to chronicle 
progress and success, and it is with these 
feelings that we lay before our readers tho 
following facts in reference to the Bridge 
Street Methodist Church, and congratulate 
its earnest and hard working pastor, the 
Rey. N. R, Willoughby, M, A., on the ro- 
sults (of his first yoar's labors. The addi- 
. tions to the church last year were 108 per- 
as eS sons, making the present memVership 386, 

The money contributed for all purposes was 

$4,640, being a very large increase on past 

years. Tho Sabbath School has now a 


a aily AHutelligencer, membership of 435, of whom 162 are mom- 


BELLEVILLE, WEDNESDAY, AUG. ry bers of the church. We also learn that at 
aeay Fine the Quarterly Official meeting held on 
City and Vicinity. 


Evans’ Colebrated Perfume in bulk, for sale 
by Albert L. Geen. 


Edison's Electric Belts for sale by Albert 

Geen. 

Take Notice —Consolidated Bank Bills 
taken in exchange for Furniture, at Mrxore’'s 
Furniture Store. augl 


Tuesday, tho 5th inst., the result of the 
first quarter was most encouraging, the 

TonoRants.—Two cars of immigrants | financial report presented by the Recording 
passed west last night—all bound for tho | Steward being the most satisfactory of any 
hitherto reported for a similar quarter. 
This result is all the more remarkable in 


iven a fair 
chanee, is the difficulty of preventing yachts 
outside the Club from altering their time— 
& reason which would apply with equal 
This difficulty 
could be easily got over by obliging oach 
yacht to provide ascrutineor to be placed 
on anothor boat, Having shown a spirit of 
accommodation so far, we hope that the 
Committee will go further, in which case 
wo havo no doubt that the object which 
thoy dosire, namoly a largo attendance of 
yachts from Bollovillo and Kingston, will 
Tho measuroment would in 
such caso be satisfactory, with the limit ex- 


Laat 
Lands- 
berg, organized another tent of the above 
ordor, to be known as the Prince Albert 
aily, at 8a. m.,and2 p,m, } Tent, composed principally of young mon. 
Tho ofticors elected were as follows :— 


MORNING DESPATCHES. 


Dernorr, Aug, 6th,—A regatta open to all 
8 to bo held in this city Aug. 27th 
and 28th ; prizos $1,200 to $1,500, The Shoo- 
Waccaomettes, Wahwahsums, Wyandotte, 
and others, will probably participate in the 
4-oared race, 

Sprixorretp, Mass., Aug. 6, —The manager 

of a female base ball club from New York do 
sorted them at Worcestor last ovening, taking 
$200, the receipts of the game at Worcester, 
and leaving tho girls unprovided for, 
Panama, July 28.—Tho statements con- 
vorning a recent attac kby the usscar on the 
Chilian squadro, show that the former found 
the Chilian squadron in unexpected force at 
Tquique bay, and after a brief ongagemont the 
Hluascar an away. 


Gr 


S. Marshal 
Wallaco saya that the failaro of the appropri- 
ation for deputy marshals, compels him to 


rity, 8, C,, Aug. 6.—U 


suspend to a large oxtent operations against 
violators of the fedoral law. Offenders roam 
about the State with increasing beldness, and 
illicit traffic in tho mountains has assumed 
large proportions, 

New York, Aug. 6.—Tho World's Union 
Springs special says that Courtney will not 
oxpress himself concerning the race with 
Hanlan until a proposition is made. There 
is little doubt but that he would accopt a 
reasonablo challenge. 

The Herald's Bismarck special says that a 
cavalry officer from the Miles command states 
that tho officers all understood that they were 
to fight, and whon thoy struck the Indians on 
July 17th thoy fought them vigorously. Sit- 
ting Bull will bo out of buffalo meat this 
month and there is some talk of his surrender- 
ing. Milow scouts are trying to keep the 
buffalo south, 

Attanta, Ga, August 6, — In Moria 
Athens Co,, yesterday, Warron Lovett de- 
nounced W, B, Reynolds for making scanda- 
lous stints concerning the former, and do+ 
manded retraction, which was refused. Rey- 
nolds fired at Loyott but missed, when tho 
latter shot Reynolds fatally. 

Sarr Lake, August 6.—Milton Musser, 
a well known Mormon elder, was cowhided 
yesterday by Dr. Bano, whose mother is vice 
President of the antipolygamy scciety. Mus- 
ser had published an offensive article con- 
cerning Mrs. Bane. 


I. 0. O. F.—A number of the Oddfel- 
lows of Belleville will pay a fraternal visit 
to Disoronto Lodge, Mill Point, this even- 
ing. They will leave at five o'clock this 
afternoon per steamer Bonnar,accompanied 
by their band, 


Down tHE River.—The Kingston News 
of the Sth inst. says: ‘‘ Tho yacht Gracie, 
(10 tons) of Belleville, arrived here yester- 
day on her first trip down to the Thousand 
Islands, Oswego, Rochester, &c. Mr. R. 
M. Roy is Oaptain, and he is accompanied 
by a number of young gentlemen,” 


view of the very material loss which occur- 
ed, owing to the congrogation haying to 
meet in the lecture room for six Sundays 
during the alterations and improvements 
which were being made in tho church. 


Police Oourt. 
(Before A. Dramonp, P. M.) 


THE LIQUOR LAW. 
‘The case against N, McCammon of selling 
liquor during prohibited hours, was conclud- 
ed, it being found that defendant's bar keeper 
had sold liquor as charged without his know- 


A Misuar.— The horso attached to Sara- | ledge, and a fine of $20 and costs was im- 


field & Jack's ice-waggon started to run away 
to-day, on account of one of the clips of the 
shafts giving way and letting the shaft fal) 
on his heels. The horse started across the 
lower bridge, with the waggon swaying from 


Seasonable Topics. 


No matter how warm the weather, thero 
/is one friend that never desorts the tired 


one side to the other, but was caught by | laborer inthe vineyard. But it must be 
the head and stopped on the bridge. remembered that this friend is a very fly 
—— friend. 


Amusements. —The people are spared the 
plague of circuses this year, the tribute an- 
nually levied by such concerns will thus 
remain in the country,—for which thanks 
tothe N. P. Hall shows have been won- 
derfully scarce of late, but the probabilities 
aro that many first class companies will 
yisit the Dominion so soon as the cool wea- 
ther séts in. Tho amusements in vogue at 
present are pic-nicing, rowing, sailing and 
bathing, for all of which the weather is 


Some men are so constantly growling at 
everything, that oneis apt to think that 
they have discovered their Darwinian origin’ 
and are simply keeping up the family repu- 
tation. 
Look not upon the wino when it is red, 

Nor upon the cider when it is mellow ; 


For though it may hardly affect the head. 
Tt will surely thy pockets, good fellow. 
As with tho leaves of a tree, so with a 
man’s nose, his fall is forshadowed in its 
change of color. 
Oft in the stilly night, 
When slumber’s chain has bound me, 
Iseem to sort of think I hear 
My neighbor's cats around me. 
Beware of the man with an car trumpet 
who is selling aheadache remedy. He pro- 
tends he is deaf, and doesn’t hear you when 
you tell him to get out. Who can argue 
with a man who presents an ear trumpet 
at youl It were easier to put a hook in 
the jaws of Leviathan, 
It must have beenin the green apple 
season that Tennyson wrote, ‘From our 


A Misraxe Corrgorep.—An American 
exchange has the following remarks :-—‘‘Wo 
eee it stated in some of our exchanges that 
yellow birds are great lovers of wheat and 
should be destroyed. A. farmer to 
eatisfy his curiosity recently shot ono and 
opeued its craw. Ho found it contained 
two hundred weevils and four grains of 
wheat, and these four grains the weevil 
had burrowed. This is a pretty good ovi- | 8° Ls 
dence that the birds should not be killed.” ea spine are 
he: . ” wesomo 

To this last sentence wo say ‘Hear, hear. Where by day we could nit in our ‘bones all 
alone 

Some iceberg afar from the sweltering crowd, 

Where in peace we could shout if we wished 

to aloud. 

It’s all well enough to talk and write 
about merry hay-makers, sweet scented 
clover-fields, tinkling scythes and all that, 
but let somo of those sentimental sybils go 
out into the hay field when the thermome- 
ter indicates 90 dogrees in the shade at 
high noon, and try to cut lodged clover 
with a dull scythe, and if they don’t say it 
smells moro-like brimstone than now mown 
hay they are uncommonly ambitious for 
agricultural honors. 

Ono of the finest poems in tho Welsh lan- 
guage begins: 

hord jesoot klaljj zotunp! ‘Atel, 
00! jj zol Dpipeeor 


Tux Toxowro Reoatra.—A letter from 
H. J. Grassott, Esq., Hon. Secretary of 
the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, received 
this morning by the Secretary of the Bay 
of Quinto Yacht Club, states that at a meot- 
ing of the Committoo of the R. O. Y. 0., 
held on Friday last, the complaint of the 
Eastern yachtamon as to the alteration in 
the rule of measuremont by that Olub was 
laid before it. In order to induce a largo 
attendance of competitors to do Honor to 
His Excelloncy, the Committee decided to 
raiso tho tonnage of the second class to 12 
tons for their September rogatta, but the 
Committee would not entertain the sugges- Twonttip vrogsp xzh kpplib, 
tion to do away with the shifting of ballast. Sagan non Hook eyelet, 
For the one concession mado the Committee 4M Ny oe 
aro entitled to credit, but their action does| Apostrophe to the Watermelon. 

not extond far enough. With one excep: | (45 the mortal an he alta 

tion tht socond class yachts of Belleville and | ~ {pon » dry-goods box and sips 
Kingston havo fixed cabins, and conso- cares te ley Suley Mh Pa 
quently could not compete on anything | “Across the high and peaked fenee 

like eyon terms with yachts of equal or And moves with ecstacy intonse, 
nearly equal tonnage which aro allowed to} ana thaugh art torrible native vine 
shift ballast. Thus tho Eastern yachts aro 1 Oy Aogust bor woastroelty ! 


i osition as before. Sie thy emibrald Boson ato 
or Ben tco g\ittoring bubbles fn tho 


behalf of a the wine 
Tho reason alleged on ‘The larid fires of deadly we , 
tho Royal , Canadian Yacht one And from thy faacinatlons grow | 
/ | The pain, the cramps, the pang, the throe— 
for tho alteration of their whol lo; Toerela, * | Moll cher aps Ho Loe 


New Yous, Aug. 6,—At the Brighton 
Beach races yesterday, in the steeple chaso, 
“Kadi” Arnold, the steeple chasor, fell and 
broke his neck, and seriously injured his 
rider, 

Indications now point to the failure of the 
peach crop of Morris County, N. J. The old 
growers says that Ulster County, N.Y.,is the 
coming peach region, over 4,000,000 trees 
having been set out there within the past two 
years, 

At Weatficld, S.I., on Saturday, Bertholo. 
mow Reilly and Jas. Hogan, employed ina 
chemical factory, were almost suffocated by 
gas. Reilly is dead ; Hogan’s condition is 
critical, 

Mrs, Johanna Schmitt, of New York, on 
Monday, poisoned herself. Cause—recent 
death of several of hor children. 

Three young children of Peter Branigan, of 
Jersey City, were poisoned yesterday by 
drinking oye-water. One child ix dying ; 
the condition of the others is precarious, 


AFTERNOON DISPATGHES. 


Panis, Aug. 6,—Official reports state that 
the grain in the south of France has been har- 
vested in excellent condition. In the north 
and west a good avorage crop is expected. 

It is understood that the German Govern- 
ment offered no impediment to the inhabit- 
ants of Metz, who wished to attend the fetes 
at Nances on the occasion of unveiling Thiers’ 
statue. The French Goyernment, to avoid 
any semblance of fomenting agitation on the 
frontier, will not be represented at the forth- 
coming demonstration in honor of Thiers at 
Belfont, 

Lonpon, Aug. 6.—The British Consul-Gen- 
eral at Zanzibar, writes that Keith Johnson, 
leader of the expedition to explore the hoad 
of Lake Nyanza, died on the 28th June. 

Lord Beaconsfield, Sir Stafford Northcote, 
Marquis of Salisbury, Duke of Northumber- 
land, Right Hon. Richard Assbeton Cross, 
Lord Cranbrook, Right Hon. William Henry 
Smith, Lord John James Manners, Lord San- 
don, and Sir Michael Hicks Beach will be pre- 
sent at the Lord Mayor’s banquet to-night. 
The discontented regiments at Constantino™ 
ple wished to send a deputation to the new 
Premier, requesting a sottlemont of arrears of 
their pay. Part of the garrison require Osman 
Pasha’s minister of war shall resign. In con- 
sequence of the number of troops occupying 
Tchattdja, he has been recalled to Constanti- 
nople, 

Reapvrxc, Pa, Aug. 6.—The Reading hard- 
ware Company’s proposition to the atrikiog 
mouldors to increase their pay and give them 
& price list, was unanimously rejected. 
Mipptetowsy, O., Aug. 5.—Chas. Ballott, 
livery stable keoper, shot and killed his wife 
this morning, and then shot himself fatally. 
Ballett was adrunkard, and his wife had 
petitioned for a divorce which angered him, 
New York, Aug. 6.—The funeral of the 
late Henry D, Palmer which took place to-day 
from the Church of Annunciation, was Jargely 
attended by theatrical people, The services 
wore short and simplo,conducted by the Rev, 
Dr. Seabury. No sermon. A solo was sung by 
W. Raymond, of the San Francisco Minstrels, 
The exports from this port for the week 
just ended, aggrogate $7,765,809 ; the largest 
weekly total thus far for a yoar, 

Viena, August 6.—Nows from Constanti- 
noplo states that the military discontent, ro- 
cently among the garrisons on the Greek 
frontier, has spread to the troops at Constnn- 
tinople, 

Loxpow, August 6.—Tho magistrates of tho 
County of Westmeath, Ireland, unanimously 
passed resolutions calling upon the Goyern- 
mont to increase the constabulary force and 
give the Executive additional powers, in con- 
sequence of the amount of undetectod crime, 

Mivivitix, Mo., Aug 6.—Dr, James L, 
Roberts, a highly respected citizen, while 
sitting in the store of G. D, Cravens on Mon- 
day ovening, was charged by Dr, Koys with 
talking about Key's family. Roberts denied 
the charge. Keys called him a liar and drow 
arovolver and shot him twice through tho 
body, killing him, He then mounted his 
horso and ecacaped. Koys is addicted to 
drink. 

Samuol Nussbaum, an old citizon of Capo 
Girardoau County, out his wifo’s throat you- 
torday morning and then cut his own throat, 

Domestic trouble is said to bo tho causo, 
Nussbaum will die, but his wife may recover, 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6 1879. 


Arriy 


‘onk, Aug 
diana from Glasgow 
Sanatooa, Aug. 6. }-mile, 
won by Lady Middletown (favorite), Hippo- 
griff 20d ; Obsorvanda 34, Time 1:174 
Second race, one milo and one farlong, won 
Bonnie Wood (favorite) 
Time 1:58, 


of In« 


~ First race, 


by Bonnie Carrie ; 
1; Piguo 3rd. 

New Yon, Aug. 6.—Arrived, the Bristol 
from Bristol, 


WEATHER KEPORTS, 
Toronto, Auguat 6.—Probabilitios for the 
noxt twenty-four hours: For the lower lakes 
moderate winds, clear to partly cloudy, con- 
tinued hot woather 
Wasutxeroy, August 6. — Indications: 
Lower Lako region, warmer, cloudy areas, 


raite 


Swallowed a Baby. 


When Thackeray v our shores for the 
first time and was invited to partake of a dish 
of oysters, tho size of our saddle rocks aston- 
ished him, Acoustomed to the small copper- 
tainted oyster of his nativo isle, ho paused, 
But only for an instant,and in ono gulp it waa 
down. °** How do you feel?’ asked a friend, 
“T foel as though I had swallowed a baby,” 
was the reply. To tho benighted foreigner 
our oysters aro a revelation as is also Scorr's 
Emo sion or Cop Lixer Ort combinod with 
tho Hyrornoseirres or Lime Anp Sopa, which 
for debility, all bronchial affections and con- 
sumption stands unrivalled, It is also accept+ 
able to the most delicate stomach, 


Nearty Harty A Century !—Ir is Now 
over forty years since BrisTor’s SAnsAPARIL- 
LA AND Pitts were firet introduced to the 
public, and now, after that long period of 
trial, they are universally adinitted to be the 
best of ‘all remedies for impure blood and 
humors, ecrofula, sores, anil confirmed 
rheumatism. 


Special Notice. 


‘Prescription Pree 

For the speedy Care of Seminal Weakness, 
Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on 
by indiscretion or exc Any Druggist has 
the ingredients. Address 

DAVISON * Co., 
78 Nassua St., Now York, 

A CARD. 

To all whoare suffering from the errors and 
indiscretions of youth, neryous weakness, 
early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send 
a recipe that will cure you, FREE JF 
CHARGE. This great remedy was discover- 
od by a missionary in South America, Send 
a palbaddrense envelope to the Rey, Josxru 
T. Inman, Station D, New York City, ly 


26y 


‘Cowmercial 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTED AT 
THE EXCHANGE OFFICE OF 
U. E. THOMPSON. 
BacixviLie, August 6, 
Greonbacks buying at. . 

“ solliag 
American Silver buying at 
British Silver buying at... 
Stirling Exchange, 83. 
Gold opened at 100 ; closed at 100, 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


InTatiicenoer Orrice, 
Belleville, Aug. 6, 1879. 

Wueat—$1 to $1.05. 
Bartxy—Nominal, 
Ryz—45c to 50, 
Oats—40c to 45c, 
aes , 5 

\v1TON—6o to 7o per pound, 
Hans—7o, to 90, pe! 
Burrer—Roll, 10sto ldo, 
Borrer—Tub, nominally 80 to 1lo, 
CxEEse—7@90. 
Eoas—Q%c. to 120. pee dozen, 
Hives—Rongh $4 to $5; Inspected $6.00, 
Sueeps«ins (shearlings)—350, 
Deaxrns—50c. 
Woo1r—20¢ per Ib. 
Larp—8eo to 10c, 
TatLow—Rough, 3}c. 
Tatrow—Rendered, 5. 
CasBace—5Uo to 600 per doz, 
PoraTors—$1.00 per bag. 
FLovr—Wholosale, $4.75 por bbl. 
Frou s—Retail, $5.25 pew bbl, 
Hay—$5 to 85 per ton. 
CxicKENs—306o to 50c per pair, 
Ducxs—45 to 60c per pair, 
Gursz—35 to 500. 
Torkeys—50c to $1.00, 


NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. 


New York, August 6, 
Gold 100. 


NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET, 


New York, August 6. 
Cotton weak. 
Flour dull; receipts 15,000 bris.; sales 9,000 
at $3.85 to $4.40 for sup. state and western. 
Rye flour firm ; sales 300 bris,, unchanged. 
Wheat—spring dull. nominal ; winter shade 
stronger, quiet; receipts 365,000 brls,; sales 
72,000 No, 2 red, Aug. H O. 
Rye dull, 63c No. 2 western, 68 state, 
Corn strong; receipts 113,000 bus, ; sales 
54,000, at44 to 45j}o, 
Barley dull ; nominal. 
Oats weak; receipts 37,000 bus; sales 25,- 
000 ; at33 to 350. for mixed western and 
state 344 to 400. for white do, 
Pork dull at $8, 80. 
Lard dull at $5.82). 
Cheese 2 to 5ho. 
Petroleum, crude 24 in bulk, 


MONTREAL MARKET, 

Monrrxat, Aug. 6.—Flour, recoipta 1,300 
bris.; sales 400 bris.; market quiet and steady, 
prices generally unchange: Quotations : 
Superiors $5.15 to $5.25; extras $5.05 to $5.10; 
fancy $4.95 to $5.00 ; spring extra fresh 
ground $470 to $4.75; superfine, $4.60 to 
$4.70 ; strong bakers $5.10 to $5.25 ; fine, 
$4.10 to $4.25; middlings $3 25 to $3.50 ; 
pollards $2.75 to $3.00; Ontario bags $2.35 
to $2.40 ; city do, $2.50 to $2.55, 

Sales: 100 oxtra $5.074 ; 100 super extra 
$5.15 ; 200 choico spring extra $5.00 ; 200 
200 Ontario bags $2.40. 

Grain, provisions and ashes nominal, 


FOREIGN MARKETS, 

Liverroor, Aug. 6,—Cotton heavy ; up. 
lands 69; Orleans 7-16, 

Lonvon, Aug, 6,—Consols 97 15.16 ; 68, 5j. 
a 
DIED. 

On Tuesday, 4th inst., at the residence of the 
late Jowoph Vivian, front of Dhurlow, Sanan 
Any, relic of the late Thomas Wickott, aged 46 
years and 6 months, 

(The funeral will take place on Thursday, 
Aug. 7th, at 2 o'clock p. 10) 


Eee 
A GOOD PLAN. 
Tho most profitablo way of dealing in stocks 
is by combining many ordors and and co-operat- 
ing thom as a whole, dividing protita pro rata 
among sharcholders, according to the market, 
monthly, Each customer thus secures all tho 
advantages of immense capital and oxporionc- 
od skill, and can uso any amouat, from $10 to 
$10,000, or moro, with equal proportionate 
nuccess, ' Now York Stock Roportor” and 
now circular mailed free. Fall information 
for any ono to operate succossfully, Lawrence 
& Ci Exchange Place, N. Y, 


To Marke 


Fo Salo cheap, and upon easy torma, in 

lots to suit purchasors, 225 aoros of good 
land, within a fow minutes’ walk of tho City, 
Also, a largo numbor of Building Lots in the 


Loxpow, August 6.—Arrived out, the State 


some rule of allowing no shifting Of ngony is thine! 


Dallast in second class yachts, whorgb 


—St. Louis Times-Journal, 


Y Alabama, Rolivia, Cornwall and Mosel, 


City, which will bo sold cheap. 
ROBERT READ, 
Sop, 21, 78 day 


SANFORD’S 


RADICAL CURE 


he For A 
» CATARRH «4 


Clears the Head, Renders the 
Breathing Easy and Breath 
Sweet, 

KENSE OF SMELL AND TASTE RECOVENED, 


to you the 
Cone has 
afflicted 


te 
with this 
the winter 
discharge has been thick and bloody, 
foul odor so bad that my presence in 
with others was very offensive to thom. One 
week after commencing the use of SAN¥ForD's 
Ravicay Cone Cwas not troubled with it at all. 
nses of taste and amell, which were wholly 
ave now fully returned, and my general 
health is much {mproved. 
Youm, Me.uovunys H. Torn, 

horthand 

Guaypd Rarips, Mion,, No. 3, 1367, Mpiee 


10 YEARS A SUFFERER. 


¥ROM HON, THEO, P, BOGART, 


& room 


ing thoroughly convinced of the efficacy 
of Saxvonp’s Rapican Cunz von Carannu, I 
am induced to drop you a line to say that ‘al- 
thoneh I have beon sceptical of all the nostrums 
mlvertised as “radical cure,” I have never found 
anything that promises such relief and ultimats 
cure as that of SaNproun's. 

Thave been affilcted with this dreadful disease 
for more on ten years, and not until recentl: 
could I be induced to persevere with any until 
read the letter of Mr. Henry Wells (o! Wells, 
Fargo & Co.) and can truthfall soy that after 
using five or alx bottles T am. thoroughly ‘cone 
vinced of its curative properties, 
others similarly afflicted 
duced to make the trial, 

Tam, gentlemen, very truly, ete., 

T P. Boorar. 

Buistor, R. I, July 24, 1 

Price, with Improved Inhaler, Treatise, and 
tions, $1. Sold by Drugyiats, 


Hoping that 
like myself will be in- 


PLASTER® 


Electricity and Healing Balsams, 
Vitalizing, Strengthening 
and Healing. 


Weary sufferer from Rheumatisin, Neuralgia, 
Local Pains, Weak Spine, Weak and Sore Lungs, 


Coughs and ‘Colds, Weak Back, Weak Kidneys, 
Nervous Affections, Weak Stomach and Bowels, 
Dyspepsia, Heart ‘Affections, Enlarged Spleen, 
Female Weakness, Shooting Pains through the 
Loins and Back, Lack of Strength and Activity, 
Spasms or Fits and yous Muscular and 
Spinal Affections, try thes Plastera, 

They will do you more good than all the lini- 
ments, lotions, plasters, nostrums, electrical 
belts, pads and other high-priced contrivances in 
the world. Placed over the pit of the Stomach 
they prevent and cure Ague Mains, Bilious Colic, 
Liver Complaints, and Vitalizo, strengthen, and 
protect the system from a thonsand ills, ‘Thou- 
sands of living witnesses attest their value, 


PRICE 26 CENTS. 
Be careful to obtain Cottixs' Vourarc Exec- 
TRIC PLasTER, a combination of wonderful cura- 
tive value, Sold by all druggists. 


VINE GAR! 


VINEGAR! 


ROSS & DAVIES 


I | AVE in stock and offer for sale ; 


English Malt Vinegar, 
Crystal Pickling do. 
White Wine do. 
Cider do. 


R. & D, have also in stook— 
Ginger Ale, 
Seltzer Water, 


Soda Water, 
Lager Beer, in Kegs, 
Bottled Ale, 


in Quarts and Pints (very fine). 
ALSO, ° 
Sugar Oured Hams, 
Breaktast Bacon. 
Dried Beef: 


The ceebrated Hlectric Soap also for 


salo, 


ROSS & DAVIES, 


Famity Grocers, &c., 
Corner Front and Bridge Ste. 
Belleville, May 30, 1879. 


—— Be 
— te A caplinaas: 
IHE Steamor TRANSIT will make a trip 
around the head of the Bay EVERY 
THURSDAY, when not otherwise engaged, 
leaving hor wharf at 2:30 p, m., and return 
at 6 p. m., calling at the Cemotory going and 
roturping, : 
Tho ‘' Transit’ will also make a trip to 
MASSASSAGA POINT on MONDAYS and 
FRIDAYS, leaving and returning at the samo 


FASHIONABLE TA 


$10 to 816, 


opened out to-day, 


LORING, 


Navy Blue Sergo Suits from 


—_1—_—_ 


We are making up to order those magnificent fine 


#®A largo assortment of Dreas Shirts, 


Veny Cuxar. Fancy Ties, Bilk Squares, and Linen Collars 


Call and see them. 


B. McCREADY & SON, ~ 


~BARTMAN & SINTZEL'S 


PRICE LiST FOR 
JUL AAD ATGUSIs 
Every Article in Stock Reduced in Price: 


Men's Oawavian Tween Surrs 6.3 7.25 
“i Aut Woon ; 80.38 worth $7.25 
Men's Exrna Fixe Exouisu Scr : 
step Surrs 
Exotian Woxstep Surrs 
Exrua Fiyn < 
Men’s Tween Pants . 

** Aut Woot Wonxixa Pars 
Five Dress Pants 


“ “ 


Men's Lustro’Coats, 60c Men's Linen Coats, 80c, Men's White Vests, Tic. 2 
Boys’ and Youths'|Department, 
Boys’ Twoed Suits, $2.00. Do. Figured Linen Suits, 70c. Do. extra quality, & 
ya , gure Suits, 70c. Do, 1.88 
Boys’ Linen Coats, Do. Bl'k and Gray Lustro Coats, $1.00, 300 pra. brow ‘ 
Overalls at 50c, 260 prs, extra heavy figured at 90c, sper) pre. romp. dyek 


a Furnishing Department, 
hite Droes Shirts, 75c. Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do. 3 ply Front 5. 2 
doz, Cambric Shirts at $1.26, with Collars attached in the latest patterns, 060 Pabbe 


Coats at 50c. 
Remember Tue Prace, 

BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 

THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 


Orrostrz AxGL-A‘enicas Horgr. 


GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING 


AYO) (Ops Dyas. 


. you would study your health, comfort, and general appearance, leaye your order and 
measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest style, at 


FOSTHR & RHID’S. 


New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, 
FOSTER & REID, 


Inrronrers 


NHW . 


THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA. 
TRUNKS AND BAGS 


Received To-Day, July 24th, 


BY 


D0 


YOU 
HAINES & LOCKETT, 
WANT “City Boot Store,” Belleville, . 


A THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA, 
, THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
TRUNK? 


& 


THE EMPRESS TRUNK, 
THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN, 
THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 


SEE OUR STOCK FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS GOODS. 
All the Low Price Lines on hand. 


SA. OLIV HR, 
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES 


16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 


BELLEVILLE BRANCH, 


ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, Front Street. 
GOODS ‘SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. 


The Only Business in Canada conducted on the same principle, 


Over $200,000 worth of Boots and Shoes so supplied last year. 


HE great loss annually sustained by sclling to Dealors, first lod to our establishing of 
T Bracks taroeh wHETe ys could supply direct to tho people for cash, all the goods we 
Thus giving to tho people the goods less the Dealers’ pret and saving 

to ourselves the annual loss. We were ie ore forcibly impressod into this step from the 
fact that cheap Eastern made shoddy goods wero being palmod off as our goods. We now 
sell our own goods, warrant what we sell, use no shoddy or inferior material of any kind,— 
and can and fo supply goods of the bost quality 25 por cent. loss than thoy can be bought 


elsowhere. 
Everything Marked in Plain Figures. 
ONLY ONE PRICE. 


CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 


Our arrangements are now completo in this department, and wo can make to measure 
promptly either Gontlemen’s, Ladies’ or Children’s goods, in the latost atyles, at little over 
fait the price usually charged, 


S. A. OLIVER, 
ROBERTSON'S BLOCK, 


could manufacture. 


( BRANCHES: 


BRLURVILER. 
Pont Horr, 
Perensono’, 
HAMILTON. 

Sr. CATHARINES, 


Factory & Office, 


16 Front St. East, 


hour. ; 
Faro, 25cts. Children, accompanied by 
thoir parents, free, 
Juno 23, 1879. dtf 


$50 Reward. 


ILL be paid upon the apprehension aud 
conviction of the porson or persons 
who wot fire to tho Stirling Station on the 


night of tho 21st inst, 
pe a E. 0, BICKFORD, 


Bolloville, Jul 79. dét 


FOR SALE. 
VACANT LOT for sato,—No. 2, West 
sido of Yoomans and nouth ride of Wil: 
ins Stroota, Address 


. 
A. RYAN, 
No. 55, Motoalf Streot, 
ace Ottawa, Ont, * 
at home. Agent wanted | 


$12 Guttit and tormafree, TRUK & CO, | 
Avguota, Maine 


Front Street, 
BELLE VILL. 


Bann, 
Buaxtrony, 
OMATIAM, 


TORONTO. 


~ EDISON'S For Sale Cheap 


ELECTRIC ABSORBENT BELT V ALYABLE Building Lota in West Belle- 


| "Lots dand 7 Howard Street, 61 and 60 
Stovenson Streot, 68 Weat Victoria Streoty 
and lot 1 Weat Octavia Street 
|""The above aro most dosirable lots, woll 
|situatod, and will bo sold chaps 
For torms and particulars apply to Josep! 
THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. |G, Vandusen at AEB. Robin's offic, tet. 
BELL & BE 
Vondor’s Solicitors. 
AStw.2W 


For the Preyention and Oure of 
Disease, 


No intornal modioine required, Tho mild 
and continuons current of Klootricity, together 
with tho absorbont qualities as furnished by 
tho Bolt, render it truly the wonder of the age, 


Datod Qlet July, 1879, 


BANK NOTEBOOKS 


OK any Bank, in different slzes, for ele 
iy at the Ierectroswomr Office. 


Oaut on oun Davoorst yor Pasrimer. 
Ooddw 


STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh 


RECELVED 
AT DICKENS; 


And sold by th 


Strawberries 
DAILY 


he quart or sorved with 


Too Cream. 


ICE 


In ditfe 
$1.50 per gallon, 


io y part of tho city. 
a NE ee WAL DICK! 


Juno 17, 1879 


ee ts 
BELLEVILLE 


ent flavors at 


AND OSWECO. 


CREAM 


doliv 1 well 


SONS. 


. ec 


STEAMER KINCARDINE, 


Cart 


\ 


every MO 


calling at Mill Point, Picton, Bay 


Kingston, arriving 
mornings, 


Bellovillo on Sunt 


Fares and froighta very low. 


For tickets and fu 


or 


Rellovillo, July 8, 1879. : 


il unhes! 


Gt 
2 Gold 
D fo vere BEST 


Tk is, maile 

L through w 
and tl 

retaloed, 
Bright Virginia Le 
ing-or injurious ex 
for use and neatly 
pact 4 ounce pach 
climat 


demand for it, I hi 
directly within the 
ninety 


T will send 


receipt of 


q™ 


ut Topacco 


TILL, until further notic 


N) Postepald, to @Mo address, 

> cts. (postage stamps or currency). 

All Joyers of the pipe ty 
1 


BLanoit 


NDAY at 90 
ports, and 


at Oswego on 
Jay aftornoon. 


arthor information, a| 
W. H. CAMPBELL, 
at tho Wharf, 

©, D. FULL 
Othoe City Square, 


FISH MARKET, 
9381 


Front Street. 
All Kinds kept 


for Sale. 


CITY IGE CO. 


by the WERK or 
MONTH. 


LEAVENS & ROBLIN 
Tuly 3. 


Statingly guarantee my 


Flake Cut Plug 


SMOKING TOBACCO i 


CANADA” 


y a new and original process, 
h the rank nicotine is_extracte 
sweet Aroma and Natural Flavor are 

It ix made from pure sun-cured, 


af, without the aid of colors 
sunds. It is cut ready 
cked in tin, foil, in com- 
It will keep in any 


will not burn the tongue. 
As dealers are slow to take hold of anew 
thing, however much its merit, until there is a 


ave determined to place it 
reach of all, Forthe next 


ys, where it cannot be obtained of local 


dt 


e packag 
Areas,ton 


_ J. Es SAXTON 
Works, WINDSOR, Orr. 


SEE THH LIST 


OF 


FARMS FOR SALE 


IN THE 


WEEKLY MAIL. 


|Parties WisNING To SELL, 
Apvertise THerr. 


Parties Wisuixa to Buy, 


Reap Tuere. 


T0 BUY Adyertisements of Farms for 
|nale nro inserted in the WEEK 


each fi 


LY MAIL, 20 words for 50cts. 


insertion; each additional 


A FAR |” Advertisements of Farma for 
salg nro inserted in tho DAILY 


Ijcta, 


ments, 


MAIL, 20 words for 2% 
insertion ; each additional word 


bitions, 
|bove rates. 
Address MAIL, Toronto, 


ta. each 


Advertisemonts of Live stock, 
| Auction 


eed for Sale, 
, inserted at the a- 


Imperishable Fragrance. 


( 


At the Tollet and in 
healthfal in the slek 


fi 
Water propared by 
Lacmon & Kuinp, New 


r 


fos 1) Murray & Lanman’s | tries in the milk book. 
. “S CELEBRATED 
Florida 


Water. 


The 


st, most laat- 
vet ate of 
¢ on 

hief, 
hiful and 


the 


a 
proprietors, Mensra. 


Yor Sale by Perfumers, Druggista and 
Fancy Goods Dealers. 


PERRY DAVIS & SON & 
jly2 


om 


¢» Phywical « 
mental overstrain, it 


food. 


LAWRENCE A: 
MON 


ts, 
REAL. 


JOHNSTON'S 


“all 


FLUID BEEF 


is now extensively 
| uned in British and 
" Continental Tnati- 


, ,, » and 
nedical faculty wherever it 


al to the invalid, the 
mis. To children it 
ular development, and for 
erfect maaticutl thlotic 
xhaustion, indi, fon or 
is the perfection of known 


SOLD BY DRUCCISTS AND LEADING GROCERS. 


Price 36 
Manufacturod by 
-dly 


Tso 3 


HOROUGHLY ¢ 
Boantiflen tho ( 
omMiog Rhoumati 
and ¢ Ynteraots con’ 
ja ome fall d 
ist for Ciren| a, 
ee LOWiEh 


2a by 


JOUN L. JOHN: 


ic, COc and 81, 


STON, 
Montreal, Canada 


sures Dixeasos of tho § 
Jomploxion, Provents and 
ism and Gout, Hoals Sores 
t no. 

escription, ask your drug. 


NGLI KILL & Co,, 
Whe lo Agonta, 
92 Yonge Ht., Toronto, 


40 cents por quart, or 
packed in 


Tuosday 
in timo for all trains, returning to 


»ply to 


i Vi Sais 
Daily Mutelligencer. 


Receiving Milk at the Factory: 


rican Dairyman.) 


(From the Ame 


It becomes tho duty of ono receiving mills 
to seo that it is delivered in propor condi- 
tion, Experience, a good eye, and a good 
| nose, are all useful assistants, Evon with 
the use of all those, m 4 will sometimes 
et into the vatthat novorought to be there, 
But when a patron’s milk is found not to 
be right, it is not necessary to insult or 
abuso him, nor to make a goneral exposure. 
Noither law nor duty requires this, Ho 
should be kindly informed of the fact, told 
what tho mattor is with his milk, and what 
ho had better do to remove tho evil. If 
you do not wish to take tho moss, you can 
expreas your regrets at his misfortune, and 
show him that it would cause great dam- 
some of which must necessarily fall on 
himself. If tho moss is objectionable, but 
will pass, give him notice that you will be 


{ | obliged to refuse it in the future, if not in 


a better condition. When you hayo dono 
this, more words with him are unnecessary, 
and you havo all the advantage, for the law 
and public sentiment are on your side, But 
with a reasonablo man, it will not be neces- 
sary to more than call his attention to the 
fact that the milk is bad. The cause may 
bo the result of oversight on the part of his 
help, and he will at once sot himself to 
work to apply the remedy. 

Tho importance of delivering milk in 
good condition is more and more acknowl- 
edged every year, and’ not a few patrons 
pride thomsolves on delivering as good 
milk as any of their neighbors. It is well 
to encourave this feeling by giving every 
man credit who takes pains with his milk. 
Nothing is worse than wholesale denuncin- 
tion and fault finding. It only discourages 
many, creates bad feeling, and makes an 
up-hill road a rough one as well. A cheeso- 
maker needs friends if anybody does, and 
if he does not got them among his patrons, 
he isnot likely to get them at all. In that 
case, his seven daysa week for six months 
of hard, thankless toil and care aro likely 
to weigh heavily on body and mind. 

Tho greatest diflicultygs usually oxperi- 
enced in old factories, where the conven- 
jonces are not generally up to the modern 
mark, and patrons fell into bad habits be- 
foro experience had doveloped a better 
knowledge of the requirements of cheese- 
making. Now patrons will submit to be 
trained, and a sensiblo cheesemaker, Who 
knows what he wants, can generally get 
them to do almost anything at the opening 
of a now factory. In this way he can dis- 
cipline theyn,and get them into the habit 
of taking good care of their milk. But in 
an old factory, where everything started 
off loosely, the old adage, that ‘it is hard 
to learn old dogs new tricks,” is apt to be 
exemplified, The patrons dislike ihnova- 
tions, think anew man who wants to bo 
particular wishes to put them to useless 
trouble, and they are not disposed to grati- 
fy him, but rather to growl at him, and 
feel that what was good enough for others 
is good enough for him. Such conduct is 
all wrong, and those who aro guilty of it 
stand in their own light. 


Great caro should be taken in woighing 
milk, to not only weigh it right, but to 
make the patron feel that his milk is hon- 
estly weighed, and that he is likewise hon- 
estly credited onthe mill book. Much 
suspicion or hard feeling is liable to spring 
upif the man who weighs the milk has the 
ppearance of being hasty and careless— 
specially if he should be illnatured and 
isagreeable in his manner. And it may 
ot be out of place here to remark that 
zood manners and a spirit of accommoda- 
jon are no more out of place in a cheese 
‘actory than anywhero else. Among a 
large number of patrons it would be 
trange if there were not disagreeable ill- 
mannerly mon ; but a man who retains his 
self-possession, and always acts fairly and 
talks reasonably, will seldom fail to get 
along tolerably well, and retain the good 
will of all. Itis the right of the patron to 
know that his milk is correctly weighed 
and credited, and every reasonable facility 
should be afforded him to satisfy himself 
that he is fairly dealt with. 

OF course, in weighing milk, only the full 
pounds can be counted and credited, the 
fractions going to make up full weight. 
As quick weight is demanded in selling 
cheese, milk when received should be 
weighed in thesame way. This is fair, and 
ought to be satisfactory toall. But whether 
quick or slow weight is given, let it be 
honest. In the long run “honesty is the 
best policy,” in weighing milk as well as in 
other transactions ; and, in this case, it is 
absolutely casential to justice. A little de- 
duction or variation for the sake of show- 
nga “big average” at the ond of the season 
is of small consequence on asingle mess ; 
but ‘‘many mickles make a muckle,” and 
when the variation from a correct standard 
is constantly in one direction, after a while 
it amounts toa noticeable quantity. 

Great care is required in making the en- 
E It is a very good 
practice to call out the weight of each mess. 
‘This affords satisfaction to the patron, as 
well as’ guards against allowing errors to 
pass. Wut, under all circumstances, too 
much attention cannot be paid to keeping 
tho milk record correctly. It is the only 
guide to the distribution of the proceeds of 
the factory, and the thought of even a pos- 
sible mistake ought to give an honest man 
a strong sense of responsibility. No bank 
book is of more importance. 


ee 


mer se 


Alittle girl, meetiug a countryman jwith 
8 load of slaughtered swine, dropped ao 
courtesy. The rustic laughed without re- 
turning the civility. ‘ What!” said he, 
“do you courtesy the dedd hogs?” ‘No, 
sir,” promptly responded the little miss, 
“ J courtesied the live one.” 


Ask Yourself these Questions. 


Are yous deypondent sufferer from Sick 
Headache, Habitual Costivencss, Palpitation 
° Heart? e you Dizziness of tho 
Head? Ins your Nervous System depressed ? 
Dooa your Blood circulate bwily? Have you 
a Cough? Low Spirits? Coming up of the 
food after eating ? ko., All of these and 
much more are the diroct results of Dyspopsia, 
Liver Complaint and Indigestion. G 
Avausr Frowenr is now acknowledg 
Draggists to be a positive cure. 
bottles wore given away inthe U. through 
Druggista to the Two doses 
Will satisfy any person of its wonderful qual- 
ities in curing all forms of Indigestion. Sam- 
plo bottles 10 cts, Rogular sizo 75 cts. Sold 

xy all first-class Druggists in the 
tates and Canada, 


"4 Cocos. —GRATEFUL 
1xo,—" 


AND Com¥ont- 
By o thorough knowledgo of tho 
natoral laws which govorn tho operations of 
digestion and nutrition, and by a careful ap- 
plication of the fino proportica of woll-nelect« 
ed cocoa, Mr. Eppa Ran provided our broak- 
fast tablos with a dolicatoly favored beverage 
which may save us many heavy doctors’ bills, 
It in by the judicious wso of such artiolos of 
diet that a constitution may be gradually built 
up until strong enough to resist overy tend. 
ency todisaso. Hundreds of subtle maladion 
aro floating around us ready to attack whoer- 
ovor thoro is a woak point, Wo ma 
many fatal shaft by keeping ou 
fortitied with pure blood and a pre 
ished fran Civil Service Ge 
only in paokots Iabollod=""Jases 

Hommopathio Chomiate, London, Eng,” 


ven woll 


oucapo 


DAILY 


The Diet of Worms. 


Worms infoat tho uppor partof the bowels 
| and feod on chylo. They produce a voracious 
appotite and groat emaciation of flosh, and 
this onorm re for food, which is never 
iatlod, is, no doubt, oo the im- 
mod onsumption of th for the 

worm feeds upon the oxtractec purishment 
| of tho food. — Costivencas, indigestion, im- 
propor dict, and the unhealthy secretions of 
| the bowels in children, are among the causes 
producing worms, A'brisk, regular motion 


| of the bowels would always worms 
from collecting in tho int Tho anpolite 
bocomes variable and v the belly is 


hard and swollod, thoro is the picking of the 
noso, tho starting in sloop, the grinding of the 
tooth. Tho flosh becomes wasted, and tho 
obild is liable to convulsions, Frequent pain 
in the bowols and sickness of the stomach aro 


ns of worms. ‘hore is really | 
no neod to send for a physician in auc’ casos. | 
Dr. Herniex’s Sugar Coarep Prius, whieh 
any child will willingly take, aro bpooially 
adapted to tho roliof of such casos, Thoy are 


roally a family medicine which cannot safely 
bo ignored. 


A@ingular Accident on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford 


R. R. 
New Haven, Aug. 7, 1877. 

Dr. Gries :—While on duty as fireman on 
engine 47, about ten miles from this city, on 
Shore Line Road, was accidently thrown off 
against a rock, train under full hoad—about 
thirty-five miles an hour. Was very badly 
bruised. Your agent was on board. He fur- 
nished me with two bottles of Liniment Iodide 
Ammonia, from which I received the groatest 
possible benotit. In four daya was able to sit 
up, and am now able to commence work. My 
aged mothor also usel the Liniment tor rheu- 
matism, which it cured. Joun GAPwNEY, 

Tho above was witnessed by a number of 
passengers,and vouched for by Mr. ‘I, McGee, 
conductor, 

Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet. 

Dr. GILes, 

120 West Broadway, N. Y. 


cents. 


Trial size 2 


A Suiaut Cora that wo are 80 apt to con- 
sider a mere annoyance and treat with cor- 
responding neglect, too often proves to be the 
seod sown for an inevitable harvest -Consumr- 
TION. Immediate and thorough treatment is 
our only safeguard. “A teaspoonful of Robin. 
son's Phosphorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oit 
with Lacto: Phosphate of Lime given whenever 
the cough is troublesome, will afford immediate 
roliof, and if preserved in will effect a cure 
oven in the most obstinate cases, 

Propared solely by J. H. Ropinsox, Phar- 
macoutical Chemist, St, John, N, B., and for 
salo by Druggists and Genoral Dealers. Price 
$1.0€ por bottle ; six for $5.00. 


PAPER. BAGS» 


Grocers, Milliners, Hatters,&c. 
WRAPPING PAPER 


In Srraw, MAnILta, ANp Tea, 
STATIONERY and ENVELOPES, 


at the lowest Montreal and Toronto prices, 
either printed or plain, at 


LAZIHDR'S WHOLESALE PAPER 
STORE, 
Oamesete SrRerr. 
Bolleville, May 27, 1879. 


INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, 


Ai: 


> 
Ay w= 


REGULATIONS 


ated as i ning 
» Dominion Lands 
situate within 110 (one hundred and ten) miles 
on each aide of tho line of the Canadian Pacific 
Railwa 
1. 
railw 
ni 


1 final survey of the said 
weat of the Red River, 
theso regulations, the 

bo assumed to be 


ntil further 
y has bee 
r tho purpose 
the sald rail 


eat of tho fin 
ina direct | r 
River with the River Assiniboine, 
2, » country lying on each side of the line 
of railway shall be respectively divided into belts, 
as follows : 

**(1) A belt of five miles on either side of the 
railway, and immodiately adjoining the sa:ne, to 
Hed helt A; ; 

2) A belt of fitteon miles on cither side of 

way adjoining belt A, to be called belt B; 
A holt of twenty miles on either sido of 
, adjoining belt B, to be called belt G ; 
A bolt of twenty miles on either side of 
way, adjoining belt ©, to be called belt 


A belt of fifty miles on either mdo of the 

adjoining belt D, to be called belt E. 

Dominion lands in belt A shall be ab- 

withdrawn from homestead entry, also 

emption, and shall be held exclusively 
ale at six dollars per acre. 

4, “The lands in belt B shall be disposed of 
asfollows: ‘The even-numbered sections within 
the belt shall be set apart for homesteads and 
pre-emptions, and the odd-numbered sections 
shall be regarded as railway lands proper. The 
homesteads on the even-numbered sections, to 
the extent of eighty acres cach, shall consist of 


AUGUST 6. 1879. 


Sea 
BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


Respecting the Disposal of certain sats 
7 , - , . Close. A 
Dominion Lands for he Pur East por G. T, R., inclading Lonsdalo, Marysville, Shannonville, 06¢. Delivered, 
poses of the Canadian Kingsford, and Maritime Provinces... Y Fry sad mnt 
Pacific Railway. Prono gee PROVINOON 66s sseseeeeceseneserert a 
hts United 8 ia Capo Vino ee ee 900 ect 
Deranraenr or T8 INTERION, = 2 epeewae pm. 
Ottawa, July 9th, 187 West por G.T.R., including Wostern States and West'n Proyinoos | 5:00 p-m. 
ven, that the fol- $ 9:00 p.m, 


Menio, Burnbrao & 


Canifton, ‘daily 


Via Now York, Saturday and Monday......- 
Postage, 5c. per 4 oz. by each route, 


of 9am. and 5 p.m. 


Groat Britain and 
Norway, Pe: 


reland, Greece, 
Portugal, Azores, Rouma: 


Cuba, Danish Colonies of St. Thomas. St. John, 


} oz. Postal cards, 2 cents each. News 
For Aden, Argentine Confederation, 
Colonies in Asia, Africa, Ocoani 


and America, 


4 cents for 4 oz. 


tho easterly halves of the easterly halves, also of 
the wonene halves of tho westerly halves of 
such sections; and the pre-emptions on such 
even-numbered sections, also to the extent of 
eighty acres each, adjoining such eighty-acre 
homesteada, shall consist of the westerly salves 
of the easterly halves, also of the easterly halves 
of the weatene halves of such sections, and shall 
be sold at the rate of $2.50 (two dollars and fifty 
cents) per acre. Railway lands proper, being 
the odd-numbered sections within the belt, wi 
be held for sale at five dollars per acre, 

6. The even-numbered sections in belt C will 
be ct apart for homesteads and pre-emptions of 
eighty acres each, inmanner as above described ; 
the price of pre-emptions similarly to be 
(two dollars and fifty cents) per acre ; the ra 
way lands to consist of odd-numbered sections, 
and to be dealt with in the same manner as 
aboye provided in respect of lands in belt B, ex- 
cept that the price shall be 83.50 (three dollars 
and fifty cent) per acre, 

6. The even-numbered sections in belt D 
shall also be set apart for homesteads and_pre- 
emptions of eighty acres each, as provided for in 
respect of belts B and C, but the price of pro- 
emptions shall be at the rate of $2 (two dollars) 


a” 


= pee acre, Railway lands to consist, as in the 


pelts B and (, of the odd-numbered sections,and 
the price thereof to be at the uniform rate of $2 
(tw ollars) por acre. 

7. ‘In the belt E, the description and area 
of homesteads and pre-emptions, and railway 
lands respectively, to be as above, and the prices 
of both pre-emptions and railway lands to be at 
the uniform rate of $1 (one dollar) per acre, 

8. ‘The terms of sale of pre-emptions through- 
dut the several belts, B, C, D and E shall be as 
follows, viz.: Four-tenths of the purchase money, 
together with interest on the latter, at the rate 
of 6 per cent. per annum, to be paid’ at the end 
of three years from the date of entry ; the re- 
mainder to be paid in six ere annual instal 
ments from and after the said date, with interest 


LANDS FOR® SALE. 


ELE undersigned offer for sale the follow- 
ing Lands at reasonable rates : 


BELLE VILoOE. 
Lots 1, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 
25, 26 and 27 on Plan of Abercrombie Vlace, 
9 and 10 town line, N4 11 and 13 on north 
side and lot 4 on south side of Wilkins Street, 
on Bull's Block F, G. H., with Stone House 
and 4 wooden Tenements, and 4 wooden build- 
ings on Canifton Road, near Railway Crossing. 
10 east Coleman Street, near Foot Bridge ; 5, 
6, 7, 8 and 9 on north side of Campbell Street, 
known as the Opera House Block ; 5 east 
John Street ; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 east Victoria 
Street ; 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 west of Albert 
Street, in Coleman Ward ; 7, 8, 9 and 12 
Tassell Block ; 11, 12 and 14 Booth Block ; 
18 and 19 east side of Wellington Street ; 43 
McDonald's Plan, and 3 and 4 Victoria Plan, 


MADOC. 


40 acres of lot 5, in 2d concession, 


THURLOW - 
Lots 41, 45, 47, 50 and 51 on the Beninger 


Plot. 
TUDOR. 
Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 31, 32, 41 and 42 west side 
of Hastings Road ; lots 5, 6, 7, 25, 26, 27, 28, 
37, 38 and 64 east side of Hastings Road. 
LIMERICK 

Lots 26 and 27 east Hastings Road ; 11 in 
the 13th con., and 12 in the 16th con. 

WoLLAstTon. 
Lots $2 and 33 west side of Hastings Road, 


THOS. WILLS, 
JAMES GLASS, | Trustecs. 
Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


Hee 
UINE 


07 


\P 
IS GEn 


Notice to Creditors. 


N pursuance of Chapter 107, Sec. 34 Re- 
vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is hereby 
given, that all Creditors and other persons 
having any debt or claim upon or affecting in 
any way tho estate of 


SDMONDS CHANDLER, 


lato of the City of Belloville, in the County of 
Hastings, in tho Province of Ontario and Do- 
minion of Canada, Chemist and Druggist, de- 
ceased, who died on the 11th day of February 
1879, at said City of Bollevillo, are hereby re- 
quired to send in fall particulars of their and 
each of their claims to Law Henry Hen- 
derson or James Glass, the Executors of the 
last Will and Testament of said decoasod, 
(Probate of said last will ana Testament hay- 
ing been granted to them on the 27th day of 
Fobruary, 1879, by the Surrogate Court of the 
County of Hastings), directed to thom or one 
of them, post paid to their address, Post Office 
box 93, Belleville, or left at the Law Office of 
L. H. Henderson, Esq., Motropolitan Block, 
North Campbell Strect, in said City of Belle- 
villo, on or before the 15th day of August, 
1879, at the expiration of which time the said 
Executora will proceod to distribute tho assots 
of the said deceased among the persons or par- 
tios entitled thereto, having regard to the 
dobts and claims only of which tho said Exeo- 
utors #hall thon have had notice; and the said 
Exooutors, undor the provisions of tho said 
Statute, will not be liable for tho assets so 
distribu to any person or parties of whose 
debt or claim they shall not havo had notice 
at tho time of moh distribution, 
Dated the 10th day of July, A.D. 1879, 
TAM 


at the rate aboye mentioned, on such balance of 
the purchase money ns may from time to time 
remain unpaid, to be paid with each instalment. 

9. ‘The terms of sale of railway lands to be 
uniformly as follows, viz.: One tenth in cash at 
the tine of purchase ; the balance in nine equal 
annual instalments, with interest at the rate of 
six per cent. per annum on the balance of pur- 
chase money from time to time remaining un- 
paid, to be paid with each instalment. All pay- 
ments, either for pre-emptions or for railway 
lands proper, shall Ee in cash, and not in script 
or bounty warrants. 

10, ‘All entries of lands shall be subject to 
the following provisions reépecting the right of 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway or of any 
Government colonization railway connected 
therewith, viz. : 

a. In the case of the railway cxoesing land 
entered as a homestead, the right of way thereon 
shall be free to the Government. 

b. Where the railway crosses pre-emptions or 
railway lands proper,the owner shall only be en- 
titled to claim Payment for the land requred for 
right of way at the same rate per acre as he may 
have paid the Government for the same. 

11. “The above regulations shall come into 
force on and after the first day of August next, 
up to which time the provisions of the Dominion 
Lands Act shall continue to crores over the 
lands included in the several belts mentioned, 
excepting as relates to tho belts A and B, in 
both of which, up to the said date, homesteads 
of 160 acres cach, but no other entries will, as at 
present, be permitted. 

12, ‘Claims to Dominion lands arising from 
settlement, after the date hereof, in territory un- 
surveyed at the time of such settlement, and 
which may be embraced within the limits affect- 
ed by the above policy, or by the extension there- 
of in the future over additional territory, will be 
ultimately dealt with in accordance with the 
terms prescribed above for the lands in the parti- 
cular belt in which such settlement may be found 
to be situated. 

13. ‘* All entries after the date hereof of unoc- 
cupied lands in the Saskatchewan Agency, will 
be considered as proyisional until the railway 
line through that part of the territories has been 
located, after which the same will be finally dis- 
posed of in accordance with the above regula- 
tions, as the same may apply to the particular 
belt in which such Ae may be found to be 
situated. 

14. ‘* The above regulations it will, of course; 
be understood will not affect sections 11 and 29. 
which are public school lands, or sections 8 and 
26, Hudson’s Bay Company lands. 

‘« Any farther information necessary may be 
obtained on application at the Dominion Lands 
Office, Ottawa, or from the agent of Dominion 
Lands, Winnipeg,or from any of the local agents 
in Manitoba or the Territories, who are in pos- 
session of maps showing the limits of the sever- 
al belts above referred to, a supply of which 
maps will, as soon as possible, be placed in the 
hands of the said agents for general distribu- 
tion.” 

By order of the Minister of the Interior, 
J.S. DENNIS, 
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
Linpsay Rvssety, 
Surveyor General. 


The Great Blood Purifiers! 


BRISTOL 


» Sarsaparilla 


f & 
WEF 
WOW AND PILLS. 
Me> Established 1832. 
Guaranteed to be an infallible cure for Scrof- 
ula in {ts worst forms, stubborn, deep-seated 
Ulcers, Syphilis, primary, secondary and ter- 
mors, Fou Eruptions, 0) AROSE, 
‘atin, and all diseases or sores producec 
by bad blood or humors. 
BRISTOL'S SUGAR-COATHD PILLS 
CURE ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. 


For Sale by all Druggists and Dealers in 
Medie 


ines, 


PERRY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENGE, Agents, 


jly3 MONTREAL, 


A 14 FOOT Iron 
Planor run seven 
days with ONE OILING with 

STOOR’S XX OIL, 
at the Joseph Hall Works, Oshawa, Ont, 


My bolt-cutting Oil cannot bo beaten, 
G, B. STOOK, 


L. H. HENDERSON, 


dtd Exeoutors of aaid docoased, 


J, H, HAMBLY, 
Bollovillo 


Books &c., 4 cents for 4 oz, 


Sri.ino, Harold, Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- 


Brinkworth, on Monday, Wednesday & Friday 
Watunnipox on Tyesday, Thursday, and Saturday .,...,.....+ 
Repwensvitte, Amoliasburg, Mountain View, Rossmoro, daily 
Albury and Coofton, Tuosday, Thursday, and Saturday.,.. 
Melville, Allisonvillo and Hillier, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 
Mapoo, Iyanhoo, Halloway, West Huntingdon, Foxboro, daily. . 
Bripaxwaren, Roslin, Plainfield, Thomasburg, Tweed, Chapman, 


‘Registr i 

Monxy Oxpens granted on all Money Order offices in Canada, United States, Great Britain, 
Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and India. 

Derosrrs received, under the regulations of the Post Office Saviags’ Bank, between tha hours 


Registorod Lettors must be posted 20 minutes before the close of each mail, 
Office hours, 7 30 a.m, to 7.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. 
FORBIGN PUSTAGH. 
Canada having boon admitted into the Postal Union, there is a re-arrangement of Postal 
rates, a8 follows : — 
For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Tooland, Egypt, France, Algeria, Germany, Gibraltar, 
taly, Luxembourg. Malta, 


, Ri 


Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey. -And via United States :—Bermuda, Bahamas, 


(Newfoundland is now in the Postal Union, but rates remain as before.) Latters, 5 cents per 
pers, 2 cts. for 4 oz. 
razil, British Guinea, Ceylon, Greenland, French 


Persian Gulf, Portuguese Colonies in Asia, Africa ani 

in Africa, Oceanica and America, except Cuba and Porto Rico, Straits settloments in Singa- 

pore, Penang and Malacca :—Letters, 10 ota. per 4 02. 

Other Registration fees, 10 cents. 

West India Islands, via Halifax, same rate as formerly. Prepayment by stam) 
J. H, ME. 


JODOIN & CO, 


MANUFAOTURERS OF 


Stoves, Shovels etc 


Send for Price List—Office an 
Warehouse, 309 St. Paul St,, 
MONTREAL. 


May 13, 1878, 


12,1ly 


ren ; 7:00nm. 5:00 p.m. 
7:00 a.m, 5:00 p.m. 
7:00am. 5:00 p.m. 
1:00 p.m, 10:00 a.m. 
+ 1:00pm. 10:00 a.m. 
1:00pm. 10:00 0m. 
1:00 p.m. 12:00 noon, 
1,00 p.m. 


1,00 p.m. 


.. 9:00 p.m. 
ss. 9300 p.m, 


ion feo, So, 


th 
ta 


Montenegro 
, St. Pierre, Servia, 


Netherlands, 
pain, the Canary 


St. Croix, Jamaica, Japan, and Porto Rico, 


Registration fee, 5 cents, 


except St. Picrre and Miquelon, Persia, via 
QOceanica, Trinidad, Spanish Colonies 


Post cards, 4cts. cach. Newspapers, 
in all cases, 


ACHAM, 
Postmaster. 


S 
PURE COD 


HYPOPHOSPHITES 


‘This preparation combines the two best remedies 
Chronic Cou 
bility, and all 


ated that the remedial powers of both are largel 
superior virtues of this combined food and me 


giving strength and vigor to the whole body, 


COTT’S EMULSION 


hs, Scrofaia, Rheumatism and Diseases Of the 
asting Discases of Children, It not only contains the well known and high« 
ly esteemed virtues of Cod Liver Oil in a form that is perfeetly tasteless and acceptable to the most delicate 
stomach, but in addition, the wonderful tonic and life-giving 
increased. Physicians 
¢ in all the above diseases. It is not only better tolerated, 
but much more readily assimilated by the system than plain Cod Liver Oil, and a better agent in enrichiny 
and purifying the blood, allaying the Irritation of the throat and luny 
It is sweet and table to the taste, never separates, deposits 
Bir rei ute und wk for Beottn Kiaulstons’ Fortale by sil dross oe $1.00 ber botlen 


LIVER OIL 


OF LIME ANDSODA. 


ever discovered for Consumption, Colds and 
Blood, General De+ 


operties of the Hypophosphites, so incorpor- 
it nomi raat 


univ acknowledge the vastl: 


restoring the impaired functions ani 


J. W. BENSON, 
Watch and Clock Maker 


‘To THE QUEEN AND Roya Fasity, 

And by Special SS to H. R.H. the 
Prince of Wales, H.S.M. the Emperor of 
Russia, the Maharajah of Bardwan, 
and to several Indian Princes. 


PRIZN MEDALS—LONDCN, DUBLIN, AND PARIS. 
BENSON'S | BENSON’S | BENSON'S 


WATCHES. |Churches, Tur-/ELLERY, of 
ofevery descrip-lrets, or Public\the richest and 
Een for! Buildings, Din-|most exquisite 
allclimatesfrom)ing or Drawing|designs, — with 
£2to200guiness) Room, Library,|M ono grams, 
~Chronographs, Carriage, Hall,'Crests & devives 


Chronometers,-|Ghurch orShop.|Enamelled in 
evioa ere Perpetual Cal alas mae de- 

re | Vind|signs' emost 
Repeaters, reat lished 


way G , i |Artists in the 
Soldiers'&work-|lish Clocks, dec-|precious metals; 
meu's Watches|orated  "with|Brooches,brace- 
of extrastrength Wedgwood andjléts, Necklaces, 
other wares, de-|Lockets, Rings. 
signed to suitland all kinds of 
any atyle ot fur-|bijouterieus sup- 
niture; also as|plied to Mem- 
novelties __ for Bers of the Court 
presents. Madeland other dis. 
solely byBenson|tinguished Per- 
—from £558, _lsonages. 

Merchants, Shippers, and \Vholesale Buy- 
ers are specially invited, before sending their 
orders elsewhere, to obtain from the manufac- 
tory the Illustrated Catalogues of Watches, 
Clocks, Chains, Jewellery, Silver, and Eleo- 
tro-plate, which are sent post free, as not only 
aro the discounts liberal, but a selection can 
be made from the largest stock in the world. 

Orders should be sent direct to the Manu- 
factory, Ludgate Hill. 

Brnson’s PAMPHtETS on Turret Clocks, 
Watches, Clocks, Plate, and Jewellery, sent 
post free. Watches sent safe by post to all 

rts of the world. Steam Factory and City 

how Rooms, Ludgate Hill, London. West- 
end establishment, 25, Old Bond Street. Es- 
ablished 1749. 125y 


GRAY’S Specific Medicines. 


The Great ra) 
English Remedy 
anunfailingoure 
CY for Seminal 
SS 4 Weakness, 

SEE Bpaeraatorsicey ¢ 

tency, ani is 

Before Taking all Hisoasce that Aftor ‘Tokir - 
follow as a sequence of Self Abuse, as Loss of 
Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the 
Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature old Age, 
and many other diseases that lead to Insanity 
or Consumption and a Premature Grave. 

a@ Foll particulars in our pamphlet, which 
we desire to send free by mail to every one. 

aw The Specific Medicine is sold by a drug. 
gists at $1 per package, or six packages for $5, 
or will be sent by mail on receipt of the mon- 
ey, by addressing 

THE GRAY MEDICINE Co., 
Toronto, O ¢., Canada, 

N. B.—The demands of our business have 
necessitated our removing to Toronto, to 
which place please address all future com- 
munications. o 

Sold in Belleville by all druggists, and by 
all wholesale and retail druggists in Canada 
and the United States. d&wly 


THIS 


so Advortising Contracts can bo mada, 


CLOCKS —for|GOLD JEW-4 


PAPERS! PAPERS ! 


USL RECEIVED at the INTELLIGENGER 
Office, a FINE LOT of 


English, 
American 
and French 


POsT, CAP, LETTER 


NOTE PAPERS, 
CREAM, \ Sun and 


Which will be sold, printed in any quantity, 
at VERY LOW RATES, - : 


CALL AND INSPECT SAMPLES. 


WEDDING 
INVITATIONS. 


a) ee RECEIVED, at 
The “Intelligencer” Office, 


A NICE LINE OF 


WEDDING INVITATION PAPER 


AND 


ENVELOPES to Match, 
which will be neatly printed and supplied at 
very low prices for cash, 


LAW YRS 


CAN BUY 


CHEAPER & BETTER STATIONERY 


Intelligencer Office, 


Lower than any other place in the 
City. 

We are prepared to Ri all orders from the 
Legal Profession for 

Conveyancing Paper, Brief Paper 
Foolscap, Letter Paper, 

and Envelopes 
15 per Cent. Lower 


han the prices charged elsewhere. 


Just Opened ‘Out 
75,000 Envelopes 


ALL COLORS! ALL SIZES! 
15 per cent lower than any House 
in Belleville 


At the INTELLIGENCER Office, 


PROTESTS 


AND 


PROTEST NOTICES 


FOR ANY BANK, 
Aro on salo at tho 


Intelligencer Office 


fore, to employ * 
make preliminary examinations an 
opinions as to the patentability, free of 


TINTED, 


NO PATENT NO PAY, 


PATENT 


obtained for Invento: 

asada and bass in the United States, 
our principal Office’ located in Washi 
directly opposite the United States Patent Oics 
wo are ab! 

gronter 


Europe, at reduced rates. With 


le to attend toall Patent Business with 
omptness and despatch and less cost 
an other patent attorneys, who are at a dis- 
nce from Washington, and’ who have, there. 
associnte attorneys.” Wo 

3 
. 
nd all who are interested in new inventions aad 


Patents are invited to send for a copy of our 


Guide for obtaining Patents,” which is sent 


froe to any address, and contains complete in- 
structions how to obtain Patents, and other 
valuable 

American National Bank, Washington. D. C.; 
the Royal Swedish, Norwerian, and Danish 
irae se 

ate Chief Justice U. 8. Court of Claims, to the 
Officials of the U. 8. Patent Ottice, and to Sena- 
tora and Members of Con 


matter, We refer to the German 


m ; Hon. Joseph Casey, 


eas from every State, 


‘Appness: LOUIS BAGGER & Co. Solicl- 


tors of Patents and Attorneys at Law, Le Droit 
Building, Washington, De ast 


ADVERTISING 


Has preserved many a large business ; 
And insures success in any business, 


pS circulation of the 


Daily and Weekly 
Intelligencer, ‘ 


Has greatly increased during the last year 
and new names are being continually added 
to our subscription list. 

It is acknowledged to be the most widely 
read peresis CentralOntario. Business men, 
therefore, will find it to their advantage to 
advertise in the INTELLIGENCER. 


ENVELOPES. 


UST RECEIVED, at the InTELLIGENCER 
Office, a large Stock of 


ENVELOPES, 


White, Colored, and 
Tinted, 


ALL SIZHS. 


Cheaper than can be obtained in the ity, 


CHURCH ENVELOPES, 


supplied, either plain or printed, cheaper than 
can bo obtained elsewhere, 
‘Aug. 3, 1878. 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER 


§ published about five o’olock ever 
ternoon (Sunday’s excepted), and w 
be furnished by Carriers at the rate of $5 per 
year if paid in advance, $6 00 otherwise. 
Special attention will be paid to reporting 
the ings of Couvta of Law, Corperations, 
Publio Moetings, ate and in short neither 


nor expense be spared to make the 
Ban INTELLIGENCER worthy of putlio pay 
ronage. 
RATES OF ADVERTISING, 
A liberal scale of prices or advertivemerts 


has been arranged as follows : 
Cards, six lines or under, 6 month ,. § 6 00 
do do 12 dows. 8:00 
12 00 
oie temas 20 00 
0 6 lo 
Two squares, lo U 
reas do 50 
Threo squares,6 do 40 01 
do do 62 00 
Four squares, 6 do 6L OW 
do do Ss 00 
Noticos of Births..... 50 
do of Marriag: 60 
do of Deaths,.. 
Advortisors contracting for any space not 


Joss than half a square, can havo tho privilege 
of ohan ring their advertisements every two 
wooks, 

Transicvt advartisoment inserted at 10.ts, 
por line for first insortion, and four cents for 
each additional insertion, 


THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER 


Is published ovory Thursday morning at $1.50 
por annum if advanoo. If not paid at 
the timo of subsoription, $2 00 will invariably 
be charged. o 

Aliboral discount mado to those who ad- 
vertiso by the year, 

Advortisemente for nsertion muat be deliv. 
rod before noon on \Vednoaday, tc insure 
their appearanco, 

All advortisomonts without written direc 
tions inserted until forbid, and charged ao- 
cordingly, 


“DAILY INTRLTIGHNORR.”.-Trintod 
for the INTELLIGENCER PRINTING 
AND PUBLISHING COMPANY, (Limit. 
isan 

arke ov! 7 A 

& SHEPARD, Priater and Publisher 


—— 
\ 


3) 


f 


~ 


LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS ESS 


IAL—LI BERALITY IN TMI 


TIAL—CHARITY IN A 


LL, 


VoL, 


1879, 


1879. 


SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. 


ALLAN LINE. 


~~ 


afaehis > aN : 
Hae 
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL 


‘Londonderry and Glasgow. 


1} HE first-class Clyde built iron stoamships 
i] the Canadian 

despatchod 
from Halifax for Liverpool aud Londonderry 


of the Allan lino, (carryin, 
and United States Mails) will 


every Saturday, as follows :— 


SAILINGS FROM HALIFAX 
POLYNESIAN, March Ist, 
SARMATIAN, “8th. 
HIBERNIAN, “* 15th. 
MORAVIAN, “22nd, 
CIRGASSIAN, © 29th. 
CASPIAN, April 5th, 


RATES OF PASSAGE, 


From Belleville to Liverpool or London 
derry, viz, Halifax, Cabin $67.50, $80.50 and 
$90, \coording to position of stato-room. 

Tatormodiate, with first-class Railway $47. 

Stoerago, do. 

Children 1 to 
1 froo. 

eturn Tickets at reduced rates, 
Steorage tickets aro issued without oxtra 
charge, toor from Liverpool, Londonderry, 
Queenstown, Gissgow, Belfast, London, Bria- 
tol or Canliff. 
Tho last train connooting with the Ocean 
Steamer at Halifax, passes Bolloville every 
Thurs lay at noon, Passengers go at unce on 
board. 
A. xperience! Surgeon accompanies vach 
vossel, 
Bert no securod until paid for, 
Perauna wishing tosond for their friends can 
‘obtain ‘0 certificates at lowest rates from 
England, froland or Scotland, to any railway 
station in Canada or the Unitod States, (When 
tickets aro not used the amount is roturned, 
less a small deduction.) 
Intormoiiate and stooraye, Stowardoases are 
appointed to cach of tho vessels, 


$82. 
12 yeara half price, under 


For through tlokets and evory Information 


apply to 
U. E. THOMPSON, 
ent Allan Line, 
Canadian Express Office, 
March 1879 Bolloville, 


Chicago & Lake - Hi ng " { 
CONDENSED TI | Dusiness AWeciory, 

| Denmark & Northrup, 
FQARRISTERS Offices lately occu- 
1 pied by Ponton & Denmark, Front St., 
| Belleville, 
<Bagiaawi@ 00pm) 7.isam |, 2oney. to and Company 
So 5.00pm) 7.15: tke 

a y City 16.00 715 | funda, ékw | 

15,50pm | §,05am. Robertson & Thomas, 


Westward 


Pass. | Exp. 
Ti5pm) 
4.25 


STATIONS. | “Pass, | Exp. 


Huron.a Opm| 10. 47am 


618 Loan—Privato 


Sagheny\ 1h Span | BRARRISTERS, fo. Ollica—Iobertaon 
Bay ity. -|11.35amn Block, cast sido of Front Streot, Belle- 
SDurandeyrAdope) maria eee 


Lex. Ropentson. J. Parker THoaas, 


pm|Grnd Rapida 10,.43am!. se... | — ; 
" 37pm 12.5 z..| 3.27pm! Flint & Jellott. 
8.97pm 12.54pm Gpanelng ; ™ Su | (Solicitors for ThoC! fank of Commerce. 
2: | 305 [Battle Crook) 1 ga ARRISTERS, Attornioaat-Law, Solicit. 
a ge: . Vicksburg . a t ors in Chancery, Notaries Public, &c., 
& Schoolcraft 11.48 = | Belleville, Ont. 
| Kern Gs Joun J, B, Fu. Monoan Jxcverr, 
‘ South = - - ——— — 
ESs)| Delancy & Ostrom, 


9.35pm{a Valpar'vo.t_ 7.00am 


Accommodation trains leaye Port Huron 10,00 
am, 845 p.m, 
Through Coaches are run between Port Huron 
and Enst Saginaw and Bay City without change. 
Ons. B. Peox, Heyay Fuxwece, W. BE. Davis, 

Receiver. upt. Gen'lT’ktAg't. 
For information as to rates, ete., apply to E. 
eens City Ticket Agent, Huron House, Port 
Huron, Mich. 


[PA Attorneys, oto, esate 


Peterson & Peterson, 4 

[orca Attorneys-at-Law, Solici- 
tors in Chancery, Insolvency, and Me- 

chanica’ lion cases, Conveyancors, &o,, £0. 

Offico over Clark’s Drug Store, corner 

Bridge and Front Streets, Belleville. 

A. M Perensoy, B.A. ©, W. Prrenson,B.A. 


PATENT S| gant ters 


&o,, Post Office 
- Bridge Street, Belleville. 

obtained for now inventions, or for improve ——_—— — = 
ments in oldones. Caveats, Trade Marks and __&. McMahon, — 
all patont business promptly attended to TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitor in Chance: 
Inventions that haye been re-| 6% &o., &o, Orrior—In MoAn iany’ 
ected may atill, in most cases, be patented La be Corner of Front and Bridge Streets. 
us. Beiog opposite tho U 8, Patent Office, dtf 


Ont. 
and engaged in Patent business exclu- — OS 
sively, we can secure patents in loss time Sam'L 8. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 


than those who ara remote from Washington, DEON BAILA oleae 
and whoimust depend upon the mails in all | aoe ey yee ee from. Campbell 
transactions with the Patent Office. St, Bi m1 alle ry rs d&w tf 
When Inventors sond model or aketch wo | S¢reet Belleville, Ont Bi 
make search in the Patent Offico and advise as David B. Robertson, 
to its patentabilit -/ree of charge. Correspon: | (Sxcnerarky GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY 
dence confidential, prices low, and no Company.) 
charge unless patent is obtained. TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitorin Chancery 
We refer to Hon, Vostmastor General DOM, | ¢ Notary Public, &o,,&c. Orvice—No. 4, 
Key, Rev. F, D. Power, to officials in tho | over the Post Office, Bogart’s Block, Bridge 
U. S. Patent Office, and especially to our | Street, Belleville, Ont, 


clients in every State ot the Union and in| p.§\—Money tolend on easy terma aad 
Canada, For special references, terms, advice, | Mortgages bought and sold 


&o., Address 

©. A. SNOW & CO., Elisha Wesley, 
Orvosrre Parent Orvice, WASHINGTON, D, C, SSUER of Marriage Licenses, at the office 
rs —— of M. B, Roblin, Front St., Belleville. 


B.S. Willson, M. D C. M., 
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
Gaye of the University of McGill, 
Montreal. Late House Apothecary of 
Residence 


Block, 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO, THU 


AD) BENSON'S GAPCINE 


7 hah POROUS PLASTER. | 
‘A WONDERFUL REMEDY. 


There is no comparison betwe 
slow acting porous 1 
superior to all other rnal rem 
Juding Liniments and the so called 
al apy #. It contains new medi 
inal ments which in combination with rab- 
ber, possess the most extraordinary pain re- 
1 _atrengthening and curative properties 
an in your own locality will con 
ement, For Lame Back 
Rheumatism, Weakness, Stubborn 
and Neglects ds and Coughs, Diseased 
Kidneys, Whooping cough, affections of the 
heart, and all ills for which porous plasters 
are used, it is simply the beat known remed: 
Ask for Benson's Porous Plaster and 
take no other, S: all Druggists. Price 
25 cta, Sent on receipt of price, by Seabury 
& Johnson, 21 Platt Street, New York. 


ny 
firm the ab 


HOLLOWAYS PILLS 


This Great Household Medicine 
ranks amongst the leaaing 
necessaries of Life. 

- These famous Pills purify the BLOOD, and 

act most powerfully, yet soothingly on the 


Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, 
and BOWELS, giving tone, energy, and vigor 
to these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE, 
They aro confidently recommended as a nover 
failing remedy in all cases where the consti- 
tution, from whatever canse, has become im- 
paired or weakened. They are wonderfully 
efficacious in all ailments incidental to Females 
of allages; and asa GENERAL FAMILY 
MEDICINE, are unsurpassed. 


dtf 


E “ales afl. 
The Steamer “UTICA,” 


J. A. PORTE, Carrars, 
ILL leave Trenton every morning 
(Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock, call- 
ing at Rodaorvillo and all Ports between the 
head of the Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville 
atSa.m, Willleave Picton atl p m, on re- 
turn for the head of the Bay ; leaving Bello- 
ville at 5 p. m. 
ee in waiting at Picton and Relle- 
lo. 


W. H. CAMPBELL, 


Agent, Belleville, 
P. F. McCUAIG, Agent, Picton. 
Ww 


PIGTON AND BELLEVILLE. 


od 


THE STEAMER 


CITY OF BELLEVILLE, 
H. BOGART, CAPTAIN, 
ILL leave Picton DAILY, (Sundays ox- 
copted), at 6 a,m., calling at all Ports 
between Picton and Belleville. 
Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. 
Mabing conacction with the Napanee steam- 


or at Mul Fointy mora Tr CAMPBELL, 

Agent, Belleville, 

May 5, 1879. d&w 
THE STEAMER HASTINGS, 


Ne, 


wi. leave Belleville EVERY MORNING, 
(Sudays ont) at 6 eee except Sat- 
urday, when she will leave at 2:45 a. m. 
cerita will leaye Kingston for Belleville 
and intermediate ports at 4:30 p.m. ; 

‘The ‘* Hastings" connects at Kingston with the 
G.T. R. going East and West; the Royal Mail 
lino of steamers for Montreal, ‘Toronto and Ham- 
ilton; the Ferry steamers for ne Vincent, and 
steamers for Rideau Canal and Ottawa. 


information apply to 
For further informatie PY <MPBELL. 
Belleville, May 5, 1879. 


"FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. 


Tue Commopious Ap Favonrre PassenceR 
axp Freiout Seamer 


ALBXANDRA, 
ae Sparn, ree 
i ton evel londay morn- 
x ae Fe o'clock, cen Belloville at 


nine o'clock, for ports as above, running all 
the Rapids, peplaing Lachine: 

Returning, leaves Montreal every Thursday 
at noon, for River and Bay Ports. For fur- 
ther information, apply to the Captain on 


ey. i CAMPBELL, 
gon! 
Belleville, April 30, 1879. dkw 


BANKING OFFICE 
U. £. THOMPSON, 


Barvoxw Sraxer, BELLEeviLie, Ont, 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold, 
i ithd 1 
eet tan, tneret allowed a 4 and 
por cont, 


ale ee 
$5 to B20 Beritsl coe Srninow Co, 
Portland, Maine’ 


NSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 


arr 4 re ; Office, No, 2, Robertson Block, 
a a ea aT cae ae Residence, 180 George Street. 
Annvat Ixcome - . . 5,000,000 


largest surplus of any Fire Insurance Company 
in the world. « 


Morchandiso, Warehouses, 
firo, at equitable rates, 


Fire Insurance Comp'y of Glasgow. 


CAPITAL 
Assems . . $1,500,000 


Joun S. Prayrarn, Esq., (of Bryoo, MoMuy 
Wiiitam Avexanper, Esq., Vice-President 


Restpent Seorerany-—Lawrence BocHan, 
“a security of Canadian Policy Holders, $100,- 


against loss or damage by fire or lightning on 
mercantile, manufacturing, farm and house- 
hold risks, at current rates, 

directly by the Toronto Office, without delay, = 
vested in Canadian securities. 


75.6m 


INSURANCE COMPANY 


J. E. Eakins, M.D., 
TORONTO UNIVERSITY. 
ICENTIATE Royal College Physicians ; 
LJ Licentiate Royal College Surgeons, and 


Liasruity oy SHAREROLDERS UNLIMITED, 
SARE ETAT: Licentiate Midwifery, Edinburgh, 


Its searching and Healing Pro- 
perties are Rn ewan AE GngnOny the 
orld. 


For the cure of BAD LEGS, Bad Breasts, 
Old Wounds,Sores and Ulcers, 


J. R, Dickson, L. D.S., 
Surcxon Dentist. 
Orvice—Corner Bridge and Front sts, 
Entrance on Bridge Street. 


H. W. Branscombe, 
remoyed his DENTAL OFFIUE 
cross the street, over Davenport's 


Tho ROYAL Insurance Company has the 


Tnsures Churches, Schools, Dwellings, Stores, 
&o, against loss by HAs 


Routu & Tariey, Chief Agonts, Montreal. | Fur Store. RO-wte 
f. DONNELLY, |} 95, Cal awell, 
Agent, Belleville, URGEON DENTIST, formerly of Belle- 


ville, late of Ottawa, has opened an office 
in Robertson's new block, Front Street, Bello- 
ville. Teeth extractod without pain, 


Dr. Higinbotham, 
| Prepac Surgeon, Accoucheur, &c. 
Office and Residence, next door north of 
the Bridge Street Methodist Church, 


( John J. Fariey, M. D. 


THE SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL 


+ » ‘Two MILtions STeR.ina. 


NCOME . . . . 1,000,000 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO BRANCH. 
HEAD OFFICE, 


7 Toronto St. Toronto. 


., Chairman, President 
redit Company. 


FFICE.—Front Street, over Chandler 
Drug Store, Residenco—Dafoe House, 


Dr. H. James 
AS removed his office to his residence, 
= Church Street, near the Kingston 
Road. 


ony L, Buarxre, E 
Canada Landed 


8. A. Abbott, M. D., 
GEntay of Queen's University, 
member of the College of Physicians 
Surgeons of Ontario. Orrice—Ovor Clarke's 
Drug Store, Corner Front and Bridge Streets, 
Belleville. dl58 


and 

rich & Co.) d 
Federal Bank of Canada, 

Insrecton—Ropert McLean. 


Evans & Bolger, 

ROVINOIAL LAND SURVHYORS 

Architects, Civil Engineers and Land 
Agents. Offico—Dominion Buildings, Bridge 
Street, Bollevillo. Surveying in all ite 
branches in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to, Drawings, Specifications, &c., 
ofinventions prepared, and Patents applied for, 
Joun D, Evans, Tuos. O. Botarr, 

P.L.S.,C. BE. & A, P.L.8, 


Deposited with the Government at Ottawa 


This Company issues Policies of Insurance 


Policies are issuod from and losses settled 


All Premiums taken in this country are in- Thomas Gardner, 

LAIN and Ornamental Plasterer, Slate 
Roofor, Cementing, &c. Centre Piecer 

made to order. 

Rererences—Hon. Robert Read, Wm. E 

Holton, Rev. Mr. Bird. 

Belleviile, Dec. 6th, 1875. att 


Pheenix Fire Assurance of London 
EsTABLISHED IN 1782, 
SSURANCES granted on Town, Village, 
A and Farm Buildings and Property, ov 
most favorable terms, 
GEO. E.BULL, Agent. 
Stirling, lat Aug. 1876. 


“Ontario Loan Society” 


We Money at 6 and a quarter per cent, 
payablo yearly. 


R. NEWBERY, 
Agent. 


QU HHIW 


Of Liverpool and London. 


FIRE AND LIFE, 


Capital, - - 22,000,000 Stg. 
Invested Funds 2 589,027 “ 


FORBES & MUDGE, 
Montreat, 
Chiof Agonts for Canada, 


W, A. Sumrarp, Agont, Bollevillo, 
To Steam Users. 


HE Canadian Steam Users’ Insurance As- 
sociation make careful and poriodical in- 
spection of Steam Boilers, givo skilful advice 


“Farmers’ Friend Loan Co.,” 


Lend money at seven por cont, in any sums 
for any time, 


Also, a largo amount of private funds for 
investment at reasonable rates. 


‘ : Apply to 

as to their management, and grant insurance my 
against loss or daciagei by papier None pene ee %s 
but competent Inspectors employed. Special Bolloville 


attention fiyen to the economizing of steam, 
anving of fuel, &o, Steam Engines indicated, 
and plans and spocilications of Boilers and 
Engines made, and their erection supervised, 
ead Office, 50 Front St, East, Toronto, 
HON, ALEX. (CAMPBELL, 


President, 
GEO. ©, ROBB, 
Chiof Engineer, 
E. L. AUNGER, 


Hellovillo, Aug. 23 1878. dtf 


THE INTELLIGENCER JOB PRINTING 
DEPARTMENT. 


S® Satisfaction given to all customer 
charges aro a8 moderato as tho ‘vost of gotting 
up good work will allow, and are usually found 
satisfactory. 

THE 


Intelligencer Printing Office 


in now noted for its punctuality in fulfilling 
promises, and busines’ men can rely on get- 
ting thoir work at timo agreed upon, 


THE FACILITIES FOR 
GETTING ovUT 
TOB WoRE 


aro amplo, and ordora aro pushed throngh with 
vigor, so that work can bo got out in short 
time, 


= Agent for Belleville and vicinity. 
is not easily earned these 
times, but it can be made in 
three months by any ono of 
cither sox, in any part of tho 
country, who is willing to work stoadily at the 
employmont that wo Hintahe 866 por wook 
in your own town. You need not be away 
from homo ovor night. You can give your 
whole time to the work, or only your spare 
moments. Wo havo agents who aro mating 
over $20 porday. All who engage at once can 
mako monoy fast. t the prosont timo money 
cannot be mado #o easily and rapidly at and 
othor business. It costa nothing to try the 
businoss. Tormsand $5 Outiitfroo, Address 


it is an infallible remedy. If effectually rub- 
bed on the neck and chest, as salt into meat, 
it Cures SORE THROAT, Diphtheria, Rron 
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and even ASTHMA. 
For Glandular Swellings, Abscesses, Piles, 
Fistulas, 


Gout, Rheumatism, 


Aud overy kind of SKIN DI6BASE, it hao 
never been known to fail, 4 

‘Tho Pills and Ointment are Manufactured 
only at 


533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, 


And are sold by all Vendors of Medicines 
throughout the Civilized World ; with direc: 
tions for use in almost every language. 

The Trade Marks of there Medicines are 
registered in Ottawa. Hence, any one 
throughout tho British Possessions, who may 
keop the American Counterfeits for sale, will 
be prosecuted, 

Purchasers should look to the 
Label on the Pots and Boxes. If 
the address is not 533, Oxford 
Street, London, they are spurious. 


The Promoter and Perfector of 
Assimilation, 

The Reformer and Vitalizer of 
the Blood, 

The Producer and Invigorator 
of Nerve and Muscle. 

The Builder and Supporter of 
Brain Power. 

Fellows’ Compound Syrup is composed of 
Ingredients identical with those which 
constitute Healthy Blood, Muscle and 
Nerve and Brain Substance, whilst Life it- 
self is directly dependent upon some of 
them, 

By its union with the blood and its effect 
upon the muscles, reestablishing the one 
and toning the other, it is capable of effect- 
ing the following resulte: 


It will displace or wash out tuberculous 
matter, and thus cure Consumption. 

By increasing Nervous and Muscular 
Vigor, it will cure aD feeblo or 
interrupted action of the Heart and Palpi- 
tations, Weakness of Intellect caused by 

rief, weary, overtax or irregular habits, 
Bronchitin: Acute or Chronic, Congestion 
of the lungs, even in the most alarming 
stages, 

It cures Asthma, Loss of Voice, Neou- 
ralgia, St. Vitus Dance, Epileptic Fits, 
Whoop Cough, Nervousness, and is a 
most wondorful adjunct to othor remedios 
in sustaining life during the process of 
Diphtheria. 

Bo not bo deceived by romodies bearing 
a similar namo, no other proparation is a 
substitute for this under any circumstan- 
cos, 

Look out for the nameand address J. 1 
FELLOWS, St, John, 'N. B., on tho yel- 
low wrapper in watermark which is seen by 
holding tho paper beforo tho light. 

Price $1.50 por Bottle, six for $7.50. 

Sold by all Druggists. 


FINANCIAL. 
$10 to $1,000 vis "iorsauen’ "evony 


very 
month, Book sont {roo oxplaining everything. 
Addrows Baxrun & Oo., Bankora, 

\71y 17 Wall St., Now York 


So 260, to ROWELL & CO, Now York 
» 


noe y) rt Orders from the Country 
* H, Baucers & Co., Fo han Maine, attended to with prea and work for. 


.Gmi-33,1y © wardod immodiately on completion. 


for Pamphlet of 100 bages, containing 
lists of 3000 nowspepors, anc ontinate show 
hy onset of ad sing 


‘SDA 


Y, AUGUST 7. 


Baily Hutelligencer, 


A New Industry in America, 


Ono of the most enterprising industrial 
achievements of the nineteenth ce ntury is 
ful manufacture of beet sugar. 
indeod, the Prussian chemist 
Achard presented several loaves of refined 
beet sugar to the king of Prussia, but the 
enterprise was discouraged and abandoned. 
It was renewed in France in 1810, In 
1814 it began to flourish, and in 1825 
France produced 5,000 tons of beet sugar. 
In 1837 the production had grown to 4! 
000 te By that timo it began to attract 
attention in the United States. Mr. 
Samuel Blackwell,a sugar refiner of Bristol, 
England, who came to New York in 1832, 
and put up in 1835 the first steam sugar 
refinery'with vacuum pansin America, made 
in 1837 some excellent loaf sugar from beets 
raised in his own garden at Jorsey City, 


Convinced by this experiment that beet 
sugar could be profitably made by free 
labor in the United States in competition 
with the West Indies and Lovisiana, Mr. 
Blackwell moved to Ohio in 1838 for the 
purpose of engaging in its manufacture, 
but died soon afterwards. Several other 
attempts, made at various places, proving 
unprofitable were abandoned, 

In California several factories have ob- 
tained a certain measure of success. But 
these experiments have all been made with 
insufficient capital, and on too limited a 
scale for profit. The great difficulty has 
been the want of a sufliciont supply of 
beets at reasonable prices. During the last 
half century Europe has steadily developed 
the beet sugar industry. From 5,000 tons 
in 1825, the annual product has become 
1,500,000 tons, worth, at.our present low 
scale of prices, about two hundred million 
dollars a year. More than one third of all 
the sugar used in the world is now said to 
be made from beets. 

In view of these facts and of the vast 
sums annually paid by the United States 
for sugar and molasses—the question arises. 
Why should not America make her own 
sugar from beets? The beet grows luxuri- 
antly in our soil and climate. The root 
contains as much sugar here as it does in 
Enrope. Against the cheap Inbor of 
Europe we have the advantages of cheaper 
land and cheaper fuel. Our farmers sell 
yearly to Europe other Agricultural pro- 
ducts —wheat, corn, cotton, cattle, cheese, 
etc., amounting to millions of dollars, Our 
suyar refiners are unequalled in skill and 
ability. Sugar is refined to-day more 
cheaply in America than in Euro; Why, 
then, do we not make our ownsvgar? The 
answer is simply this; “‘ Everything must 
have a beginning. This is a new industry, 
unknown as yet to the farmers of America. 
There is a great practical difficulty in chang- 
ing an established system, Cane sugar is 
produced so cheaply by slave labor, and is 
imported on so large a scale, that beet 
suger can only be profitably mado on a 
great scale and with costly machinery. No 
capitalist will invest a hundred and fifty 
thousand dollara in machinery to work 
beets that do not exist. No farmer will 
raise beets until a sugar fnctory is ready to 
buy them, This almost impassable gap be- 
tween the capitalist who cannot raise the 
beets, and the farmer who cannot make the 
sugar, has at last boon bridged by a beet 
sugar company in the State of Maire, which 
last year made 183,000 pounds of beet 
sugar, and is now erecting the best Euro- 
pean machinery, and has contracted with 
1,700 farmers for 1,250 acres of sugar beets, 
Noxt fall there is reason to believe that the 
experiment of making beet sugar will be 
fully and fairly tried in Maine. The ques- 
tion is *‘Oan American farmers raise beets 
in quantities and at prices which will justify 
their conversion into sugar?” The answer 
will be awaited with general interest. 


The sugar bect is all useful. The leaves 
are excellent food for cattler Tho juico of 
the root makes sugar, and the refuse that 
comes from the press may vlso be used for 
feeding stock. The best way to make beet 
sugar profitable would be for a company to 
secure, say, ten thousand acres of the best 
beet-growing land in the West, convenient 
to cheap coal ; put a factory in the centre, 
and cottages all around it, for the work- 
men on the farm and factory. A regular 
supply of beets vould thus be secured, and 
the company could purchase all that were 
offered beside, The home market in the 
West would undoubtedly take all the sugar 
that could be produced, thus saving freight 
from the West Indies and the sea-board.— 
N. Y. Witness. 

In an article on the beet-sugar cultivation 
The Boston Journal of Commerce presents 
some interesting facts : 

The cultivation of beet-root sugar in this 
country is receiving considerable attention, 
and tho efforts in Maine bave proved quite 
encouroging, while a factory ix proposed in 
Northampton, Mass. The beet-root sugar 
industry in Europe has attained immense 
proportions, as will be seen by the follow- 
ing statements: The first beet-root sugar 
was made in Germany in 1799. Tho dis- 
covery of the use of beet-root for suvar 
making was of little practical benefit, how- 
ever, until some years after, when France 
was so rigidly blockaded by the British 
fleets that she was totally cut off from hor 
sources of supply, and had of necessity 
to find a substitute for cane sugar. ho 
French government afterward fostered this 
homo industry, and ite growth was steady 
until 1875, when the product had reached 
tho enormova sum of 450,000 tons. The 
magnitude of this product can be imagined 
when we take into consideration that the 
total amount of sugar imported into our 
country for 1878 was 797,781 tons The 
total yield of beot-root sugar in Europe is 
estimated at 1,211,000 tons, of which France 
furnishes 421,000, Germany 290,000, Ana- 
tria 205,000, Russia 150,000, Belgium 80,- 
000, and other countries 35,000, Franco 
and Bolgium are the only countrios that 
raiso any surplus, tho formor producing 
270,000 to 275,000 more than ia nocessary 
for home use, and tho latter 50,000 tons. 
The importations of raw sugar into England 
in 1876 wore 570, tons, of which 154,668 
was boot-root sugar from the continent, and 
during the same poriod tho imports of ro- 
fined wore 139,126 tons, which was princi- 

silly beot-root sugar. Our country pays 
$70°000,000 annually to tho foroign cano- 
sugar production, and the question is who- 
thor wo could not economically produce a 
largo proportion of our own sugar by turn- 
ing attontion to the cultivation of beot-root, 


In a lotter toa friend n young lady states 
that she ia not engaged, but sho soos a cloud 
above tho horizon about as largo as a man’s 


hand, 


1879, 


he Orange Celebrations. 


The London Times publishes the follow- 
ing from its Irish correspondent :—“The | 
Orange processions in tho North hayo been 
followed by some disturbances, though no 
collisions such as occurred in former years 
aro reported. In tho neighborhood of 
Belfast there was rioting in suveral places, 
and at Carrick the police were obliged re- 
peatedly to charge the mob and make 
several arrests. At Ballymacarott there 
was much excitement. A number of per- 
sons were treated for scolp wounds in the 
Royal Hospital. At lisland, where 
party feuds are more embittered by recent 
circumstances, a serious affray is stated to 
have occurred between the constabulary 
and an armed body of Roman Catholics, 
The Orangemen set to work to prepare 
arches. The Roman Catholics resolved 
to have a counter exhibition, and put 
up green arches in their own quarter 
of the town. During the night shots 
were fired by both parties, but no cullision 
occurred, although the windows of the 
Orange hall were broken. The Orange- 
mon marched uext day to Donaghmoro, 
and a body of Roman Catholics assembled 
on a hill near the town, About 30 of 
them were armed, and fired shots in all 
directions. The police proceeded to din- 
perse them, and having been fired upon, 
returned the fire. A constable was shot 
in the face and severely injured. A se- 
cond volley was fired at the constabulary, 
who again fired in return, and after some 
time cleared the hill. The town during 
the day was ina very excited state, and 
it was only the presence of a Jargo force 
of constabulary which restrained the dis- 
orderly section of the inhabitants from 
creating seriohs disturbances. Several ar- 
rests have been made from both parties, 
but the majority of the prisoners aro 
Roman Catholics, One Orangeman has 
been charged with firing at the Rev. Mr, 
Bradley, a Roman Catholic Priest. Sub- 
Inspector Webb had a sledge-hammer 
thrown at him, and received a severe 
wound on the head. 


An Bxtraordinary Case, 


A Four axp A ALF isch Dansixo Nexpie 
nx 4 Lapy's Bopy, 
For many years past Mra. Reed,wifo t) Mr. 

James Reed, residing at the corner of Wellin 

ton and Cannon streets, has occasionally felt 

very unwell,the symptoms being ueually those 
attending affections of the liver and kidneys. 

She was treated time and again by leading 

physicians, and lately, we believe, suffered 

severely. A certain doctor of this city, noted 
for his skull in all puzzling cases, some time 
ago took the matter in hand, and being sur- 
prised that the supposed disease did not yield 
to his treatment, resolved that there must be 
somo foreiga substance in the woman's body, 
a suppositicn which on Saturday proved cor- 


VALUABLE RESIDENCES 


AND 


GROUNDS FOR SALE 
WEST BELLEVILLE. 


(Tuer will be sold by 
PUBLIC AUCTION 


at tho office of Rolph Purdy, Auctioneer, 
Bridge Street, City of Belleville, on 


SATURDAY, 23RD DAY OF AUCUST NEXT, 


at the hour of twelve o'clock noon, the follow. 
ing property, namely ; 


PARCEL L 

A family residence with grounds attached 
heing lot number 4 on the south side of Lewis 
Street, in Weat Bellevilio, adjoining the real- 

once of James Ross, Eeq., License Inspector, 
West Belloville. Tho premises comprise about 
half an acre of ‘and, and on them aro erected. 
a good rough cast house 16 x 24, with kitchen 
attached 14x 24, and barn 18 feet square, 
with outhouses complete, There are also a 
handsome lawn, annmber of fine grown locust 
and maple trees, excellent orchard, good well 
and cistern, &o, 


PARCEL IL 


at tho same time, on very reasonable 
t 17, corner Pine and Centre Streets, 
6, south side of Pine Street, in the 
Grove, near the residence of L, H. Bender- 
non, Keq., nearly half an acre of land, good 
rough cast house, &., also a stone foundation 
and cellar for a large house on the premises, 
Tho above premises will he sold at a bar. 
gain. ‘Title indisputable. Possession given 
at once, 
For further particulars apply to 
BELL & BELL, 

Vendors Solicitors. 

Dated this 30th July, 1879, 


The Hastings Loan & luvestment 
Society, Capital $250,000, 


SAVINGS BANK DEPARIMENT. 
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS. 


A Pate above Society is now prepared to re- 
ceive deposits at the rate of 6 per cent, 
per annum, for any period, and payable on 
demand. 

All investments in this Society are secured 
by mortyage on Real tstate, which aftords to 
depositors the best possible security for the 
safety of their deposits. 

Tho office wil! be opened from 7 to 9 p. m, 
on Saturday evenings for the convenience of 
the public, 

Sums of one dollar and upwards received on 
deporit for which interest will be allowed at 
the rate of 6 per cent. yer annum. 

J.P, © PHILLIPS, 
Secretary. 
79d1m 


Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


rect. The doctor made an incision on the 
le\t side below the heart, the region which 
pained Mra. Hced most, and inserted a roll, 
Subsequently he inserted a probe which touch- 
ed some hard substance, and Mrs. Reed in- 
stantly said ‘That's it,” and on introducing 
the forceps the doctor pulled out a large 
darning needle, fully 44 in. in length,and held 
it up to the astonished gaze of those in the 
room. Inen few minutes” afterwards Mrs. 
Reed was sitting up in bed, chatting to her 
friends, This is the most extraordinary case 
that ever came under the notice of the medi- 
cal faculty in this city Mra. Reed is forty- 
seven years old ; she does not recollect in her 
life ever having had a needle run in any part 
of her body, buthas some remembrance of 
what she thought was asplinterin her heel 
wheri a very little girl. The affair has creat- 
ed considerable comment in the east end.— 
Hamilton Times. 


Rather Discouraging. 


“Have you got charge of this here in- 
closure ?” inquired a seedy looking individual 
of a park policeman a day or two ago. 
“* Of course I have.” 

Get paid pretty well, eh 1” 

“Rather,” replied the manin gray as he 
got off a pace or 80, 
a kta Tm glad hear it, and I’m sincere 
in all my remarks. hope y 5 
penannumn, TutGedbdgt oe toe 

“I don't get half that, sir," replied the 
policeman pleasantly. 

* Well, I declare, it’a too bad anyhow. 10 
aJmost makes mo weep when I think of the 
jow salaries that are being paid in these 
days.” 


The policoman agroed with him that it 
didn’t seem exactly right that euch paltry 
pay should be given to persons holding such 
important positions, and was turned on his 
heel to move off whon the sympathetic man 
called him back and remarked: . 

*T'd like to ask a favor of you.” 

What is it, air?” : 
I'd like to lie on that settee for a little 
while.” i 

“Can't let you sleep on the seats; It’s 

#v the rules,” 


«7 don’t want to go tosleep ; I only want 
to lie down and look up in the eky and 
think.” 

* T can’t permit it,” said the policeman, as 
affectionately as possible. z 

** Will you let me go over and sit on tho 
fountain and gaze into its diaphanous dopths, 
in which the gold-tish disportoth itself in airy 
revelry ?” 


ag! 


It’s against the rules.” 
“]'d like to step over there and sit under 
that breezy tree I don't want to rest, I— 

“ Whatdo you want to do?’ 

“T want to write a sonnet on Michacl An- 
gelo, and I thought if you would permit me 
to decline in the breezy solitudes which linger 
undor that tree I could get suffivient ideas to 
give Mike a complimentary notice. May I 
take a crack at tho shade of tho tree ? 

“No, sit!” ie 

+ All right ; that settles it; I’ go some- 
where elac, Any pana who won't let a 
man sit under a paltry tree to celebrate in song 
tho virtues and genius of one of the greatest 
mon the world over produced ain't fit to live. 
I wouldn't sit under your blamed old treo 
now if you'd invite mo—no, I wont. You 
can keep your old tree and go to thunder 
with it, if you like 1” ‘ E 

And thon the poet started off in the dire. 
tion of a place with a representation of a 
mammoth schooner in front of it. 


Among the Luxuries of Life, 


But a bricf period has passed since when a 
month's time wa: wary to nocomplish a 
journoy of fow hundred miles and then we 
wont lumbering over the rough country, high 
ways on apringloss soats, Now tho same 
journey is made in sumptuous drawing room 
care, with oll the comforts and many of the 
luxurios brought tous by servants. Once 
upon a time when we found it necessary to 
our health we act apart a brief period to 
‘doctor up” and then camo a strogglo with 
that awful Cantor Oil, Now we sip it from 
the bottle while we continue rogularly at our 
vocations, But it ia Sc & Bownr's PALA 
rain Castor Ort wo take. Ibis ono of the 
luxurics of life that is afforded at 25 conta, 


PURE 


HOLLAND GIN. 


Ww: have just received, DIRECT from 


Rotterdam. Holland, 


our uaa Spring consignment of their cele- 


HOLLAND GIN. 


‘The Gin manufactured by Messrs. John De- 
Kuyper & Sons sti. RETAINS the reputation 
gained many years ago of being the Hest and 
PuResT article of the kind, The best evidence 
of this is the fact that it commands the HI0H- 
EST Price in the leading wholesale markets of 
the world, 


Wallbriage @ Ularse; 


Grocers aNd 
Wove Mencuants. 


CITY TIN SHOP. 


No. 351, Front Street, Belleville, 


Tx ron Store Formerty occuried BY THE 
Late E. Cuanpien, Drvcoist, 


§. STOCKER & 60, 
Tin, Sheet lron and Coppersmiths, 


HE subscribers beg to announce to the 

inhabitants of Belleville and adjoining 
country, that they have opened a Shop at the 
above addross. Parties wanting work done 
in our lino will find it to their advantage to 
give us a call, as wo use none but first class 
stock ; we do our own work and guarantee 


satisfaction, 


TINW ARE, 


‘as good as tho best, and cheap as the cheapest. 
‘onwixna neatly and cheaply done by expe- 

rienced workmen. Eavetroughing, Roofing, 

Plumbing, Bell-hanging, Steam and Gas fitting 

a SPECIALTY. 

Note the place, 351 Front Street, 

one door above Make STOCKER & 00, 


Belleville, April 29, 
Encourage Native Industry. 
To Marble Be Ss, Furniture 

Dealers, Plumbers, &c. 
WING to oxtonnive additions tomy Fao 
( tory of the latest improved mac hinery, 
am now propared to furnish all kinds of Mare 
ble and Granite work at greatly reduced prices, 
First quality Marble tops for Furniture and 
Plumbora’ ueo, 600. por foot—old price 900, — 
‘and a like reduction on all other kinde of mare 
york. 
els wwaTrowaL Score Granite, both 
Red ‘and Grey, baa almoat ontitoly superseded 
the Aberdeon Granite, both in this country 
and the United States, ‘Tho columns for the 
interior of the now State House at Albany are 
now being made of it, at wy factory. 
Sond for designs, prices and sample of atone, 
R, FORSYTH, 


International Scotoh Granite Works, 
10:8m, alt Montreal, 


Valuable Work, 


King’s fool who was condemned to dio, 
weaned to choose tho form of doath, 
and ho chose old age. 


COPY (now) of Zxuu's Exoycvorepia 
A for ealo—abargain, To be seen at Har 
rivon’s Music Store, ‘ott 


Messrs. JOBN D. KUYPER & SONS, 


a 


GEO. P. ROWELE S Co., 


40 Pane Row, New Your, 


AND np ures sYeopared b Statistical = mt ons 8100, 000, 
BATES, 41 Panx Row, NewYonx, | 6Y Saures eeeener 1 by ‘ay i to | The following extraordinary paragraph | Lone $100, 
2 our Agonta in that city, and aro aus] Bureau. at Washington, ranges all boing J appears in tho Mail of tho Gth innt :— OntL11A, Ont., Auguat 6.—A most dinas- 
A thorized to contract for advortising at | 180 per cent.; the averago over all DOME) vs Ay tho coming rogatta here rd prox, | trous fire, suppe have originated in a 
vere inerer’ pales. fully 70 por cent. On clothing, ready ‘o in which the public at Ia | frame if oconpied as a liquor ps a ind 
» no . t ta por Ib. d 0 imselves to ¢ et | Jast night, roying ovor twenty 
made, we now collect 10 conta per Ib. and | Belleville TyreutioRNoEn, on | tein tho very hoart of tho 


Baily Muteligencer. 


“BELLEVILLE, THURSDAY, AUG. 7. 


Tne Globe Defending Smuggling. 


The Opposition organs stand desperately 
in need of something with which to make 
a show of argument against tho National 
Polioy ; and thorefore it is not surprising 
that the Toronto Globe has beon driven by 
tho necessitios of its position to a defence 
of smuggling, Our pharisaical contompo- 
rary has reachod that stage of moral dovel- 
opement which enablos it plumply and 
plainly to adviso people to break tho law, 
intimating that thereby they will be doing 
something commordablo, In an article on 
“ Smuggling and Womon-Searching,” tho 
other day, the G@lobe complains that the 
Government has done something outrage- 
ous in appointing female searchers at cor- 
tain points on the frontier, whose duty it 
is to bostow thoir attentions vpon Indy 
travellers who may be suspected of attempt- 
ing to smugglo goods into Canada, Tho 
ladies of Clifton and Windsor aro, accord- 


told that the percentage of dutios on value 


of woollen goods actually imported,as shown 


Amorican duties en cottons, by calculations 
made from actual collections, range from 
$5 to 75 per cont. on tho valuo of the 
goods, while even our increasod duties fall 
far short of half as much, For a timo 
there was something made of the plea that 
our neighbors wero merely temporarily, 
ani under preasure of hard timos, selling 
at sacrifice prices in order to got rid of aur- 
plus stocks ; an argument which, though 
of some force when wholesale transactions 


wore in question, had oven thon but little 
application to retail purchasers over the 
counter, But now there are better times 
and reviving United 
States, “ho himsolf has said it "—tho Globe 
—and the plea of sacrifice sales will have to 
be abandoned, Let tho organ of Freo 
Trade now manfally faco the difficulty, if 
it haye stomach for tho attempt, and explain 
how it comes to pass that such bargains of 
cheapness are to be hadin a country where 
very high Protection provails, or else for- 
over after hold its peace, 
— 

Tue Ontario Ligzureyant Governon- i 
sure.—It is said in O tawa that Senator 
MoPherson will succeed Mr. McDonald as 
Governor of Ontario next May, when that 


prosperity in tho 


would soon 
and ele 
and to 
every thorough yachting man must feel that the 
less this whining spirit is given way to the bet- 
ter, and that far more to be prefered isan honest 
defeat than the costli if 
Above all things wo de 
graced with a #pirit of 


rreatest nvel 


DAILY IN 


Yaohkt Measurement and Yachting 


Generally. 


indifferont as to what yacht wina—i 
whether any yacht win 
public sympathy ma: 
| yachting ; 


and we t 


largenes 


we who 
"with us for th 
C; 


the general int 


sterling British pluck well 


25 per cont,, while the Amorican duty 18 | on two points in which it Is totally {n error 
50 0 soe Ib. and 40 por cent. Accord. | In the firet place, the Royal Canadian rule as to 
Ruloeaia Babb. and €0/pst ones oF measnremont (which is also that of all other 
ing to tho authority abovo referred to, | Canadian Yaoht clubs) has not been altered : nor 


of general amuse 
ge of yachts in Te 


fact ns to 
cairo is that 


and pett 
tho noble 
deny of this grand 


pastime 


x he 
ting sport is to dispel all such feelings, 


sto the mind; and surely 


yon by a protest. 
oO seo our regatta 
nerous rly 
of the “pr 
We want the Mar 


cannot “clap on to the 
his, almost, if not quite, the 

n yachting, had better 
ntrihute to the succes: 


ofl tiervoatea by serastallip ae thelr icokiog 7 

Controversp on amatter of this kind is 
not to our mind ; but as our contemporary 
is ovidently trying to play the “sca lawy- 


* | of 


Disastrous Fire. 


Twenty Boroiwos 1x OnteLtA DestnoY Ep— 


and causing 


amount of about $100,- 
ing all frame, and the 
aneastorly direction 
at tho time, it was impossible to subdue the 
flames, the firemen contining their oxertions 
to nave the structures on the opposite side of 
the atreet. It was supposed by many at one 
time that the wholo town was in danger, but 
luckily the wind changod toa southerly di- 
rection, and atayed the spread of the flames. 
As it is, alarge portion of the business part 
s town is in ashes, and it is impossible 
yet to obtain the amount of the different in- 
iuranco risks, but,from what can be gathered, 
they will fall far short of the actual loss, 
Fiom tho corn of Mississauga and Peter 
atroota to Mr. Gribbin's store on the west,and 
up to, and including, the / Hotel on the 
south, oVerything has boon swept away. A 
number of tho sufferers succeeded in saving a 
large Peru their stock, but of course in a 
vory damaged condition. ‘The following are 
the names of those burned out:—Alexandor 
Kennedy & Co,, groceries and dry goods; 
James Shanahan, shoomaker ; Mra, Sheridan, 
millinery ; J. A, Frost, bakery and confeo- 
tionery ; James McGough, harness maker ; 
Thomas Mulcahey, dry goods and groceries ; 
Mr. McKorroll, grocories ; M. %. Drow, watch- 
maker and jowollor 


loss of property te 
000, ‘Tho buildin, 
wind blowing briskly 


Phomeon & Donn, flour 
and feod ; Mr. Parkhill,merchant tailor; John 
Hammond, Albion Hotel; Mr, Gucnigal, 
livery ; Mr. Uarvoy, deotist ; D, McKinlay, 
ivery and dwelling ; Jas. Jonnett, refresh- 
ment saloon; Mr. L. Booth, dwelling; Mr. 
Chorry, harness Bion ; Mr. Blaine, butcher; 
William Booth, workshop ; J. B, Thompson, 
watchmaker and jeweller, The stores on the 
opposite side of Mississauga street are badly 
scorched, and Mr, Gibbi: tore is consider- 
ably injured. 


arriving there about 1 o'clock. 


Fare for the Round Trip, 50c. 


GRAND THROUGH EXCURSION 


The Steamer 


HASTINGS 


WILL on 


Saturday, 9th Inst,. 


EAVE Bellovillo at 2:30 a. m, for Wells’ 


sland 


CAMP GROUND, 


Pe 


ro 


RETURNI 


Will leave thore at 4:30 p. m,, giving excur- 
jonists 34 hours at the Island, 


FROM BELLEVILLE TO 


the natural position of our pictures—a closo inspection of whic 


For Sale ov to Het. 


insertion, 


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OUR OPERATING ROOMS: 


oe A RE acknowledged by all to be the finest in the Dominlon, ‘The light is so arranged that 


pictures can be secured of children instantaneously. Our customers remark daily,— 


* How quick you take them; tho last timo I sat it took four times as long.” 


“Position is Everything.” 


To understand the right and easy position of your subject, a knowledge of Drawing and 


repooctive is necessary. This only the Artist eyo can supply. We please our patrons in 
nis 


invited. 


We Invent----we copy no one. 


Ladies wishing to have their Photos taken in full dress, will find elegantly fitted dressing 
oms, and a Indy assistant in attendance, 
Appointments are sometiin, nocessary, Wo give card at our Studio, stating what time 


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Miniatures made on porcelain, ivory, or paper (and finished in water colors), for Lockets, 
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—————————————EE 
Great Clearing Sale 


A. E. FISH & CO'S. 


Remnants of Shirting. 


Twenty-five words under this head £5 centa first 
Each additional ion 10 ets. 


OR SALE, the yacht “Minnie A.,” 4 
tons measurement, with all her canvas 


Ing to the Globe, especially aggrieved by the 
boing compelled to patronize homeindustry, 
and will certainly convort all the bargain- 


or,”’ duty to the noble sport in question 
anda desire to vindicate the truth alike 


oflice becomes vacant. 


Insrrorons or WeiouTs AND Measures. 


The National Policy- 


lovers on the frontier into “ bitter Grits.” 
Along the Vermont and Now York State 
boundaries smuggling is actively carried on, 
and the Globe considers that ‘it is perfect- 
ly useless to try to stop it.” 
In all this attempt Lo raise an excitemen; 
about smuggling, the public are expected 
to take it for grantod,as a mattor of courso, 
that the smuggling of goods over the 
Amorican frontier into Canada only com- 
mencod with the new tariff, and that it was 
positively unknown under tho old system, 
‘This suppression of tho tenth, for purposes 
of deception, will not avail, however, when 
the facts are made known. The truth is 
that while yet the old tariff was in force, 
aye, and whilo yet the late Government 
owas in power, complaints of smuggling car- 
ried on by ‘ladies’ visiting the other sido 
on shopping excursions were frequently 
mado to every Customs office along the line 
of the frontier, and we donbt not to the Do- 
partment, and woro strongly pressed by 
people who had reason to know whereof 
they spoke. Infact this system of smug- 
gling has had arninous effect upon tho 
trade of our frontier towns, if we are to be- 
eye tho references woe constantly see in 
exchanges to the subject, butin the eyos of 
tho Globe all this is porfectly right and 
ligitimate, provided the Government and 
revenue can beinjured. In short, there is 
ime that tho Globe would not and does 
f thé comnilasion of it can but. 


‘Let Canadian stocks fall and | 


—An Ottawa despatch says ;—‘‘ All the 
appointments of Inspectors of Weights 
and Measures have now been made, and 
will probable bo mado known to-morrow, 
Tho Inspector for the Ottawa District is 
Mr. Code, ex-M. P.P., for South Lanark. 


rm 

+ Tur Norrn-Wesr. — Colonel Dennis, 
Deputy Minister of the Interior, has pro- 
pared a report to be submitted to the Privy 
Council for the organization of the North- 
Weat Mounted Police and a scheme for re- 
lieving the Indians who are threatened with 
famine by the failure of buffalo and other 
usual supplies, 


compel us to expose the (no doubt inad- 
vertent) misstatements which it makes 
above. 

Previous to last yoar the rule of the 
Royal Canadian Yacht Club as to measure- 
ment provided that the length be taken in 
astraight line on deck from the fore part 
of the stem to the after part of the stern 
post, &o.; but in 1878 that Club added the 
following proviso; ‘* Provided always that 
‘if any part of the stem or stern-post, or 
‘* other part of the vessel at or below the 
“lond water line project beyond the 
‘length taken-as above mentioned, such 
** projection or projections shall, for the 
“* purpose of finding the tonnage, be added 


A gontleman connected with a firm doing a | Central St. Lawrence Camp 


large business in Montreal gives the following 


‘ nine reasons” in favor of the N. P. 

1, Excessive importation will be atopped, 
thereby preventing the overcrowding of 
country merchants with stock thoy cannot 


dispose of. 


2. The ruinously long credit praia prom: 
ises to be shortened, thus compelling country 
merchants to make their collections. 

3. Credit will not be so cheap, as pn ares 
ors, having to pay one-third hard cash for 
duties, will look where they place their goods, 


nothing of business wiil be driven to his pro- 


por placo—to till the soil, or something olse | munity after harvest 


ho underatands, ; 
4, Tho N. P. is doing away with the false 


system of having support accounts, cach man | T.eaye for Home on Monday Morn- 


now having to stand on his own merits. 
5. The Yankee peddlers from across tho 


Ww" leave Belleville 


seen in Toronto on Sunday, and left thero 
ona freight train en route to Kingston, 


Oyranro Cottecr or Pranmacy.~At tho 
meoting ofthe new Council holdin Toronto 
on the 6th ins the following officera 
elected for tho next two years :—Presi- 
dent, Mr. Wm. Saunders, London ; Vice- 
President, Mr. N. O, Love, Toronto ; Re- 
gistrar and Secretary, George Hodgetts, 
Toronto ; Treasurer, Mr, Kenneth Miller, 
‘Toronto. 


Kitten on tHe Roap.—The body of 
David Kennedy, formerly of Oshawa, has 
been found close to the G, T. R. track, 
two miles cast of there. Kennedy was 


“to the length taken as above stated.’ 
This is an alteration, and a most important 
one, in the rule of measurement, and dis- 
poses of the confident assertion. that the 
rule ofthe R. C. Y, O. has not been altered, 
as also tho additional statement that the 
rule of the Club in question is ‘that of 
all other Canadian Clubs.” 
sertion is particularly rash, as neither the 
Burlington, the Bay of Quinte nor the 
Kingston Yacht Club has adopted tho 
added proviso, whilst the Royal Nova 
Scotia Yacht Squadron measures for ton- 
nage on an entirely different principle, But 
not only has the rule of measurement been 


This latter as- 


lines who have been draining the country of 
its cash, will now be driven back to where 
they camo from, > 

6. It has placed usin a position to manu- 
facture goods which have hitherto been im- 
ported, and our people are surprised that so 
much has been accomplished in so short a 
timo, 

7. We are Keeping and employing our own 
people instead of sending themand our money 
out of thecovntry to buila up another nation’s 
commerce at the expense of our own. 5 

8 Country villages which had drifted into 
apathy are awakened by the click of hammer 
and shattle, and welcome operatives who have 
come to make their homes among them, and 
whose atores will have their custom, 


whore hehad got employment. Whether he 
fell or jumped off the train, which was on a 


changed as above stated, thereby projudic- 
ing yachts bnilt to conform to the rule as 


le, and must have been running at great 


tabeg bee : sn. | grad 
re Tot Gain sock fallen Bees snot nora. 


*Lusoxx Dustxxss.-Tho Toronto Tole- 


previously existing, but the conditions un- 
der which second class yachts are sailed 
have been reyolutionized. In place of 
atanding ballast, and restricted crews, 


9. We are positively making better goods, 
and selling for lower prices under the N, P., 
than could be imported under the old tariff. 
No effort was made todo this until the Na- 
tional Policy gave us encouragement. 


A hy LET adesirable residence on. Charles 
Street, now occupied by E. F. Potts, 


Esq, overy convenience. Apply to S, G. 
ack, 408 ‘Front “strosk Possession 
givon Ootobor lst we att. 


AND 


es 
Te LET, the whole or a portion of the 


Ground, near Brockville. 


Last and Best of Season. 


STEAMER “HASTINGS ” 


Splendid opportunity for the farming com- 
RETURNING, 


ing, August 25th. 


FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, $1.00. 
wtd6t 


ORDER YOUR CLOTHING. 
ConsolidatedBankBills CONSOLIDATED BANK BILLS 


AT PAR, 


AT GRAHAM'S. 
CHEAP WHITE SHIRTS. 


Only 75 Cents Each,. 


worth far. more money. 


on Coleman street. Power is supplied by a 
30-horse power steam engine. Apply to LL 
A. Tompson, on the premises. 


ar 
ply to B. Truaisch, Helvctian Hotel. 
August 231, at 6:30 am, 1 Let, by the year or month, the premises 


Northport 7:20, Mill Point 8, for the above 


and tho half-starved merchant who knows | centres of attraction. Commerce, on east side of Front Street, Belle- 


ville, next door to the Glasgow Warehouse. 


Belleville. 


| oe Lot the receipts of the month 

- = of thoso of tho samo month of the | ya) says: “Quitea numbor of prominent 
preceding year and it Zoes into 9 ecatacies | wrther dealora from the other abies in 
_ of delight. Let the Finance Minister make | Ottawa making purchases for the fall trade, 
the best loan ever made in tho London} while the roports from olsowhore show an 
market, and it gocs in mourning and 0-/inoreased demand. On the whole, tho 


whereby model and stability of yachts, and 
seamanship were placed at a promium, the 
Royal Canadian Yacht Olub haye in their 
wisdom decreed that in their races sand- 
bag machine sailing shall pertfiin, whoroby 


deavors to decry the credit of the country. | prospecta of trade aro improving, and|a most dangerous class of craft—we 
Let wholesale smuggling be enrriod on and greater activity may be looked for than| will not call them yachts — wil! 
the Globe ingloriously becomes its defender | jay hoon experienced during tho pastfew|bo brought into existence, lf 


and denounces the Minister who tries to pro. 


? . this is what the ‘‘ thorough yachting men” 
vent it. Such is Globepolitics. Lotus return 


of Toronto wish, they can have it all to 


years,” 


WrrrmxG Pavers 7o py Man vracrurep. 


Lapies, 


WYKEHAM HALL, COLLECE:\VE., TORONTO. 
Presipent—The Lord Bishop of the Diocese. 


1 ee establishment provides the full course 
of instraction usualiy furnished by ladies’ 


‘TED, a general servant for a small 
family. Apply at this office. 


THE BISHOP STRACHAN SCHOOL, 


For tue Hionsr Epvoation or Youna 


to this defence of smuggling by: the Globe. 
It was only since the new Government came 
jnto power that the matter was taken hold 
of in earnest by those who are responsible 
to the country for the honest collection of 
the rovenue, and measures adopted for 
putting a stop to the evil complained of. 
Retail smuggling carried on by ladies, may 
nt, and may oven furnish a peg or two 
on which to hang ponderous jokes, withthe 
necessary explanations to show whore the 
laugh should come in. But the practico 
has its serious side, and it is very unfair to 
onr own dealers, who for public purposes 
must pay both Dominion duties and local 
taxes. Our contemporary docs not appear 
to advantage as an organ of religion and 
morality, defending and in effect recom- 
monding the breaking of the law and tho 
Porpetration of gross injustice to in, 
dividuals. As for its opinion that smug 
ling cannot be stopped, that isa debatable 
point. Under the remarkuble inefliciency 
and even obstructiveness of tho late con- 
trolling power in the Customs Department, 
smugglers wore doubtless finding out by 
trial where and how considerable contra- 


themselves, for the fino staunch, swift craft 


colleges, and also possesses spocial advantages 


—The Montreal Witness says :—‘‘ Mesara, 
Buntin & Co,, aro expecting daily the ar- 
rival of machinery from Holyoke, Maas., 
for the manufacture of a good quality of 
writing papers, operations in which they 
are abont to begin in Valleyfield. This 
will be the first vontare in manufacturing 
goods of this kind in Cavada, and the event 
will, no doubt, be regarded as another 
vietory forthe Notional Policy.” 


A Boxcu or Cory.—Tho Ottawa Free 
Press says :—A curiosity in the shape of a 
bunch of corn, thirteon distinct ears, came 
to hand to-day from Mr. Williams, garden- 
er for Mr. Ooleman, at Archieville. Tho 
kernels on about half the ears were very 


‘sent day |” 


of Belleville, and wo believe those of Kings- 
ton will, we hope, take no part in such 
business, of which the New York Forest 
and Stream—the highest authority 
America on yachting affairs—says :—‘‘ The 
“abominable nuisance of shifting ballast 
“is still in vogue. 
‘small flat skimming dish, huge spars, 
** bowaprit as long as the yacht itself, boom 
** still longer, and canvas enough to drive 
“a gas tank through ; then pile on your 
“* sand bags a dozen deep, and climb out 
“*to windward ; win or incontinently cap- 
size—that is the yacht racing of the pre- 
And that is the kind of 
thing which the Royal Canadian Yacht 


in 


* * * A 


well filled out, but there was a lack of de- 
velopment of tho others, 
in its way, and all who would seo it would 


may ‘ear 'ear!”’ in approval of the decis- 
ion.” 


It is a curiosity 


Snoorixa Arvar.—A Toronto: report says : 
—' Cool 
minstrel, and William Widgery, a Yonge 
streot frniterer, indulged in a little revolver 


Club seeks to encourage in Canadian 
waters, where it has had little hold hereto- 
fore ; but weare convinced that their perni- 
cious example will not be followed to any 
considerable extent. 

Our contemporary accuses us of solfish- 
ness as well as of misstatement. Having 
disposed of the latter assertion by showing 
our own correctness in tho matter, we have 
but to say that if to obtain fair play for the 


for the cara and training of resident pupils. 
Fees for boarders, $204 to $252 per annum, 
Music and painting the only extra subjects. 
Michaelmas term begins Wednesday, Septom- 
ber 3d. For admission or information apply to 
MISS GRIER, 
d2t ‘The Lady Principal, 


NOTICE. 


INCuc is hereby given that at tho next 
sitting of the Council application will 
be made for the road allowance crossing Lot 
No. 10, between the 4th and 5th concessions 
of Madoo, in Jieu of the road now travelled. 
J, R, KETCHESON, 
‘Township Clerk. 
2l-wat 


Madoc, July 30th, 1879. 


WEST HASTINGS ELECTION. 


I HEREBY certify that the following is a 

correct abstract statement of tho election 
expenses incurred on bebalf of Alexander 
Robertson, a candidate at the election on the 
fifth day of June last, including payment in 
respect of his personal expenses : 
Paid Intelligencer Publishing Co. 

‘* Messrs. Lake & Jenkins, . 


$99 11 
30 25 
12 00 
312 
«+» 1109 


‘* Dominion Telegraph . 


CALL AND SEE THEM. 


Glasgow Warehouse, 


three story stone factory, 40 ft x 60 ft, 


Belleville, July 4, 1879. tf 


0 Let, a Confectionery Shop and Bakery, 

fully equipped, situated east end of lower 
Rent moderate. For particulars ap- 
2A8tf 


lately occupied by the Canadian Bank of 


Apply to Denstanx & Nonruror, Barristers, 


For Two Days, 


TAKEN AT PAR 


THOUSAND ISLAND PARK] esis kirartchate,| 04 and nas of Ten 


Underclothing, Socks, 


And all kinds of summer goods at greatly 
reduced prices, 
A. E. FISH & CO., 


Shirt Manufacturers & Gents’ Furnishers, 
260 Front Street. 


Just Received, 


> X S. S. “Trent,” from Messrs. Blanken- 
heijm & Nolet, Rotterdam, Holland, 
4 consignment of their 


CELEBRATED FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL 


GENEVA GIN, 


IN WOOD, 
AND CRYSTAL BOTTLES, (gold Jabels), 


Which I will sell cheap for cash, wholesale 
and retail. 
WESLEY BULLEN, 
Importer. 
June 17, 1879. 


ICE CREAM. 


E Choicest in the City, can be had by 

the pint, é , or gallon, and’ sent to 
any part of the City, and sold as low as at any 
other establishment, 


FOR 


GOODS: 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 


USL Received, a lot of 


New Patterns, 


Very Cheap. 
60c., 65c., and 75. per yard, 
Please call and seo thom. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


JUST RECEIVING, 


|e Tostalments of our 


FALL GOODS. 


. 
As usual, we are first in tho market. 


Glasgow Warehouse. 


Practico last night, themselves being the | host ton ton pachtat in Oana siseni ae 


band business might be done. Under 
other control things have changed some- 


targets. Burgess has been separated from 


Belleville and Kingaton—be selfish, then 


$l 
D, PITCEATHLY, 
Financial Agent. 


his wife for the past ten months, owing to an 
alleged improper intimacy having oxisted 
between her and Widgery. On Sunday last 
Coo) visited the city (his place of residence 
now being New York) to soo his mothor, who 
in roported to be dying. Widgery met him 
athin brother's (John Burgess) saloon, Yonge 
street, on Tuesday night, when he invited 
him to partake of a drink. This Cool rofased 
to do, when Widgory is said to have used 
most disreputable language, which #0 en 
raged the minstrel that he drow his rovolvor 
and fired two shots at the destroyer of his 
happiness, woundiog him in the hand and 


arm. Widgery procured « 
i ds pistol from a.com. 
sequence of Protection, ao it maintains, to | panion named Blakely, and pre senting itfired 


mako commodities scarce and dear, Tho| ono shot at Cool, who retreated from tho 
inhabitants of a protected country have to| #cone, and was afterwards removed to the 
pay high prices for inferior articles, whilo | Co¥ntry, 
people living undor froo trade get tho best 
articlos at the loweat prices. On this prin- 
ciple, how does the Globe ascount for tho 
fact of Canadians trying to smuggle cheap 
goods over from the States—a country 
which it has a thousand times declared was 
ruined by protection | 


we plead guilty to the charge ; otherwise 
the accusation does not rest on a good 
foundation. Our only desire is to promote 
the interests of true sport ; to encourage 
model, seamanship and honest sailing, and 
to show to His Excellency that there are 
in Canada, on Lake Ontario, a number of 
small yachts equal in appearance, in model 
and in speed to anything in tho world, and 
that ‘ British pluck” and not imported 
Yankeo idoas and hoavy sandbags are win 
in this country. 

In conclusion, we have no dosire to on- 
terinto a boasting match with our con- 
tomporary, which spoaka of tho coming re- 
gatta as ‘* almost, if not quite tho groateat 
event in Canadian yachting.” For this 
“greatest event” tho old-eatablished and 
woalthy Royal Canadian Yacht Club offer 
$550 in prizes, but we would remind it that 
tho littlo '‘ City of the Bay ” paid $600 in 
| prizos in tho regatta hold horo in 1874, and | 
tho occasion was not an extraordinary one 
either—thoro being no great attraction in | 
the shapo of a visit of the Governor Gonor- 


what, the law is honestly enforced ; hence 
tho “squealing” on the part of those who 
are hurt, and the defence of smuggling by 
the Globe, Tho fact that now somebody is 
crying out is tho best proof wo need re- 
quire that the “ fly-on-the-wheel”’ system 
isatan ond, and thatmon who will take 
the trouble to seo that the laws are executed 
aro at tho head of affairs. 


By thus rashly taking up the subject of 
smuggling from the States into Canada,tho 
Globe renders itsolf liable to be called upon 
for oxplanations. It is tho inovitablo con- 


where he ia now in hiding. 
Widgory’s wounds aro not considered to be of 
& serious charactor, It in likely that the 
police will move in the matter, and tho affair 
will bo investigated by the 


trato, 


Police Magis. 


Swallowed a Baby. 

Tho goods in this pie - : 
connection referred to aro, of course, chiefly ie et is bad ee aera sor: thi 
articles of clothing ; the far gronter propor- | of oyators, tho alow of aac y ne ne oe inh 
tion of the wholo being either woollons or | ished him. Accuatomed to the malt copper: 
cottons, or mixtures of the two materials, in Nor ey nis native iale, he paused 
is es as piace tia Avhetaas attas sut only for an inetant,and in ono gulp it waa 


, down, “How do you fuel?” neked'a fricnt 
OM these with the now Canadian dutios, | ‘I fool an though IL had nwallowed x Tato 


al or of a Princess of tho blood royal, bo- 


fore whom to make a display. 

We leave it to the public to say which 
organization has shown ‘ local intorost and | 
(| Petty jonlously”’—that which altered its 


a baby 


Ourtiew duty on woollons in 7} conta per | ¥9% the reply. ‘To tho bonighted nor | Files as the Royal Canadian has dono, or | 
y 4 cents per r 
Ib., 88420 per cont.; tho American duty | Vator ite,* revelation an is al corr's | those which have pursued @ moro liboral 
5 i uty {01 ov Cop Liner Ort comb! with | policy. | 
On Corresponding fabrics ix 60 conta por Ib, | the Hyroruosvitrea o¥ Liste AND SODA, which 
and 25 pereant, ‘Tho ditferonco is onor.| {°C “bility, all bronchial alleotions nad nee P.P.P, P, 


sumption stands unrivalled, It is also ac opt. 


ie ee 
able to tho most delicato wtomaoh, fierce’ Plowsant Purgative Pollota—th | 


mors, people may not fully realize it until H 
littlo giant cathartic. Sold by druggiste. 


Published as directo) by Section 186 of the 


Election Act of Ontario. 


W. H. PONTON, 
Returning Officer, W. H. 


Belleville, Aug. 4, 1879, 


Consolidated Bank Bills, 


WILL tako the above Bills at Par—in 

ment of subscriptiona to the now M 

Tabernaclo, and College Endowment Fund. 
J. G, ROBLNSON, 


Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


J.D. STEWART, M. D., 
Oculist and Aurist, 
7 ILL be at the Dafoo House from MON- 
DAY EVENING, tho 21ST JULY, 
until MONDAY, the 11th of August, 1879. 


d&wtd 


TOST RHCHIVHD 


A CONSIGNMENT OY 


CHARLES TURNER'S 


Celebrated 


VARNISHES, 


MARRIAGE MEN 


SUSTAIN A 


HIGH POLISH, 


| Yory durable,and dries in from 10 to 12 hours, 


In pkgo. : 1 ga, 4 gm» 


GE 
ROHIT 


March 24, 


will find those Var 
AZ nites to bothe Bost Valuo in the mar. 
ot. 


TURNER'S VARNISHES 


1 qb. 
J, H. HAMBLY, 


. W. STEWART, 
SOT, Office in Ridloy’s Blook, 
4A Campbell Stroob, opporite Opera Houno, 


Just Received, 


AUREOLINE 
PHARMACY. 


JAMES CLARKE & C0. 
IMPORTANT SALE. 


TO EXCURSIONISTS. 


EXCURSI PARTIES 
| ue to visit the beautiful Village 
of CAMPBELLFORD during the season, 


will do well to consult 


Mr. T. Blute, Proprietor of the 
Windsor Hotel, 

as he purposes extending the same privil 

to others as he has to those who Havel aeaey 

visited him, viz: 

Grounds PROVIDED, PLatror“ Execrep 
yor Danctno, anp Music HaLu 

in caso of unfavorable weather, free—which 

will acoommodate one thousand persone, 

Hotel Accommodations 


second to none in the Province. 
T. BLUTE, 
Proprietor. 


Campbellford 30, 1879. dim 


SEMI-ANNUAL 


SALE. 


(Ofte Seas on Wednesday the 16th 
July, we will offer for sale the Romnants 
of Summer Stock at greatly reduced prices, 
consisting of 
Cottons, 
Linens. 
Dress Goods, 
Carpets, 
Ol Cloths, 
Shirtings, 
&o., &o, 


Geo. Ritchie & Co. 


ILL be sold at Public Auction, on tho 
promises, on 


Saturday, the 16th day of August, 


1879, at 11 o'clock, a. m,, the yaluablo prop. 
orty of the lato Dr. Listen, on the corner of 
Pinnaclo and Bridge Streets, Bolloville. Tho 
samo will bo sold en bloc, or in Lota, accord. 
ing‘to a plan by Messrs, Evans & Bolgor, P, 
L. 8, which can be soon at tho Law otlice of 
Mossra. Robortaon & Thomas, Barriatora, 
Bollovillo, ‘Thore will bo a reserve bid. 

‘Tho promises aro suitable for Hotel or build- 


throo on Bridge, and threo on Church Stroots, 
For furthor particulars, and terms of salo, 
apply to Alox. Robertson, or Morgan Jellott, 


‘Trusteos of Dr. Listor’s extato. | 
CHAS. WILKINS, 


Auctioneer, 
Dated at Bolloville, Aug. 2, 1879. Staw 
RANGE OPRTIFICATES, handsomely 
got wu , for anlojat tho Iwreitiomnogp 
OMion 


Truthfulness and Fair Deal- 


ing Lota, and comprise four Lota on Pinnacle, | times, 


$6 Cabinets are still $3 per doz 
$3 Extra Cards 


to aave confusion, as wo aro vory buay, 


Joly 14, 1879. 


ing is Our Motto, 


UR work rocommenda itself, 


Our Co prices are accoptablo thoso hard 
ur 


$1.50 = 


Engagomonts will please bo made in order 


J A, BROOK & CO, 


STRAWBERRIES 


RECEIVED DAILY. 
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples, 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 


SODA WATER FOUNTAIN in full blast 
with all the finest Syrups. 


J. 8. CROTHERS. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner, 
Belleville, June 10, 1879, 


DIRECT IMPORTATION 


or 


| FINE BRANDY. 


UR Spring Importation of Kine O} 
O Braces dick (Se . ES 


Messrs. J. & F. MARTELL, 


Cognac, France, 
is now arriving, in 


CASKS AND CASES. 


Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Grocers AND 
Wise Mencuants, 


BEDROOM SETS. 


A ee received, direct from the English 
i SE a large and varied assort- 
ment o! 


COLORED BEDROOM SETS, 
ranging in price from $2.75 to§\5 each. These 


aro of fi and attractive design, and excel- 
lont quality, 


F, BH. ROUS & Oo, 
Bolloville, July 24, 1879. 


EXCURSION 


PER STEAMER 


ALBXANDRA, 
(CAPT. SMITH) 


SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. STH. 


and every Saturday Bvening until 
further notice, 


Will leave Belloville at 7:30, for a sail around 
tho Bay, returning to Belleville at 10 
o'clock and Trenton at 11:30, 


TICKETS 25 CENTS EACH. 
Parties who desire an afternoon excursion 
oan loaye Bollovillo at 4:30 p.m, sharp, return: 
ing at 7:30. Tickets 25 cents, children 10 
conta, Sea can be obtained if desired. a 
47d2m 


MONEY TO LOAN, 


| Poawnese. Money at lowoat ratos, in sums 

to suit borrowers. 

PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barristors, &o. 


a i 
270 Froxt 81, 


QMice Corner Bridge and Front Re edie 


we 


yl 
. 

3 

a nS 

» +a 

yi 

5 

+ 

- 5 


angst, 


} 0 was of n quiet dispo 
tion but a porfoct lady and a genuino holy 
mate for hor husband. She leaves a daug! 
ter two woeks old, 
tho residence this morning at 8:30 o'clock 


GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE, 
Tune 9, 1879, 
@ INO Wrst, 
No. 2, Day Pe preaa,, 
No, 4; Morning Express 
No, 8, Mixed 
Parsonger. . . 


intormont. Mr, 
symathy of hi 
associates in tho trade and of all his friend 


tho first train north 
Canniff has tho 


for 


GOING BAST. kindest 


No.1, Day Express... 12:08 5, m. 3 
No, 3, Night Nxpreas Ued0 pom, and acquaintances.” 

No. 7, Mixes 15p.m 

No, 5, Mixed U:15 p. m. Poxicx Count,—There was no business 


BELLEVILLE AND NORTH HASTINGS | in tho Vourt to-day, 
RATLAWAY, eros : 
x Two Fury Moons 1x Avovst.—Tho pre 


7:00 a. m. sont month of August has tho rather un- 


Leaves Madoo 
Arrive in Bellevill 
Leave Belleville 


the other to ocour on the Slat inst. 


STAGE ROUTES, 


P . 

Stages leave the principal hotela for the un- 
dermentioned places at the houre named: 

For Srreuryo,—Daily, at 8 a, m., and 2 p,m. 


Warouts 
that Mr. William Johnson, 
bown appointed Inspector of Woights and 
Measures for the Belleville District, which 
comprises the Counties of Lennox and 
Addington, Hastings, Prince Edward, 
Northumberland, Peterborough and Vio- 
toria, Tho appointment is an excellent 
ono, as Mr, Johnaon is not only thoroughly 
well qualitied by ability and education to 
fillthe office acceptably, but being active 
and onergotic will make an oxcellent public 
ARNE, ___ | officer, We congratulato Mr, Johnson on 

Having listened to Prof, Grady’s explana- | his appointment and the Government on 
tion of stammering and stuttering and wit-| the excellent choice which they have 
nessed tho offect of the trial of his remedy up- | made. 
ona patient, we haye pleasure in certifying 
our conviction that his treatment is both 
philosophios! and successful. We are willing 
to be referred to at any time for proof of the ef- 


For Mapoo,—Daily, at 2 p.m. 
For Barporwaten, Tween, &0,—Dally, at 


‘ Bort ‘Taexton,—Daily, at 3 p, m, 
For Picrox.—Daily, at 3p. m. 
‘The stages arrive { 


in Belleville about noon 


Notices under this head 10ets. 
tion, After six ingertiona 6 cts. a line, 


News Condensed. 


—The Queen of Hanover has arrived at 


s Altenburg. 
i thod of cu 0 believe |“ *P ae 
Secyof Me mato a cry we tlre | gy and Atyainin avo reemed 
tilitios, 


gentleman, and as for failuro in his treatment 
it would be impossible, 
A. Hiersnoriam, M.D, 
N.R, Wittovomny, M.A. 
Belleville, Aug. Ist, 1879, 


—The poet Tennyson was seventy years 
old on Tuesday. 
—Tho Irish University Bill will likely pass 
4t | the Commons and become Jaw this session, 
—Eight thousand tons of ooal was shipped 
Wetheundersigned hayealso witnessed Prof, | from Pictou last week, 

Grady’s treatment for tho cure of stammering | —The Governor-General and the Princoas 
nd beg to tostify as to its efficacy, tho afllict- | Louiso had a splondid reception in St. John» 
d need have no fear of being cured if they | N, B., on the Gth. 

put themselves under his treatment, —The English Channel squadron, which has 

Rxy. J. N. Ronrssox, W.M. Minister | becen in tho Mediterranean during tho last 

ae ST M. E. et eighteen months, has returned to Plymouth; 

D. N. Demet, Merchant. —The landrath of the Canton of Uri, Swit- 
xorland, has voted in favor of the restoration 


Shannonville, Aug 6, 1879. 
x0, aS ne ne ay, of capital punishment for murder and arson, ~ 
Waite Homsteopetltia) Remedies for\malelby: | Yyiig stated in'well inforcsed. airolox'that 


Albert L. Geen, : 
— Senator Fabro will shortly proceed to France 
aie Cholera Drops for sale by Albert | on a mission for the Dominion Government. 
eon. 


—In the United States the impression pre- 
vails in official circles that cattle and paa- 
sengers ought not to be cerried on the same 
vessel. 

—The First Lord of the Admirality state, 
that tho movements of the British fleet in 
Besika Bay are destitute of political signi- 
ficance, 

—The little boat Uncle Sam, from Glouces- 
ter, Mass., bound for England, arrived at St. 
John’s, Newfoundland, on Thuraday evening 
last. 

—A fire occurred yesterday at Chatenois, 
near Strasbourg. Half the town was burned, 


Fowler's Extract Wild Strawberry, for sale 
by Albert L. Goon. ‘ 


Evans’ Celebrated Perfume in bulk, for salo 
by Albert L. Geen, 


Rdison’s Electric Belts for sale by Albert 
L, Geen. 


Prayorn will be said at 


Tho remaina will be taken to Kemptvillo on 


usual honor of two full moons, tho first 
having already occurred on the 2nd, and | 


t 
AND Muasunes,—Wo under: | 
f this city, has | 


FROM MONTREAL, 


Another Bank Suspended. 


7.—The Exchange Bank 


| 
re | 


Mont REAL, Aug, 
of Canada has suspo 
LATER, 

Monrrear, Aug. 7,—Thoro ian good deal 
of excitement here in financial circles in con- 
sequence of the susponsion of the Exchange 
Bank, 
usual and a determination was expressed by 
the Directors to sustain the credit of the In- 
stitution at all hazards, but owing to othor 
banks insisting on daily settlements and tho 
refusal of the Bills by the Merchants Bank, 
the directors shortly bofore noon resolved on 
Tho nows having spread like 


Business was resumed this morning a 


suspension. 
wild fire, an immense crowd surrounded the 
The 
rs have resolyod on going into liquida- 
tion, and it is belioved that there will boa 
good dividend for shareholders after paying 
is about 


and discussed tho state of affairs, 


all liabilities, Their circulation 
$400,000. 

The directors aro M, H. Gault, M. P., Pro- 
sident ; Thos. Caverhill, Vico President ; E. 
K, Greene, A, W. Ogilvie and Alex, Buntin ; 
Thos, Craig, Cashier. The Directors had 
nearly one-third of the whole capital. Thos. 
Tiffin and James Crathorn aro also directors 
of the Exchange Bank, Brokers are offering 
75 per cent, for the bills 


MORNING DESPATGHES. 


New York, Aug. 7,—Washington specials : 
The Herald says: Recent official letters 
from Berlin indicate that Germany will unite 
with this country in the effort to remonetize 
silver, and will take a leading part in the en- 
deavor to fix a uviform value. Germany re- 
fused to participate in the Paris silver confer- 
ence last year, his change of front is re- 
garded as significant, It is expected that 
Evarts will soon namo the commissioners to 
renow nogctiations on the subject. It is in- 


| 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 


His Occupation Gone, 


Had the Arkaneas ‘'dootor” that ‘ tappod 
the fat man, thinking he had dropsy, but 
finding no wator pronounced it * dry dropsy,” 
lived today, he we like Othello, tind 
** his ocoupation gone, r Allan's Anti Fat, | 
a purely vogotablo remedy, safely but poni- 
tively, reduces corpulency from three to six 
pounda por wook. Sold by druggists, 


Joun Poxrten, of Ripley, Ohio, writos:- 
I have n the Pain Killer to Hornsos for 
Colic, and found it is the best remedy I 
over tried. It gives them ease quicker 
than any other remedy I over used, TI give | 
for n dose half of a 26-cent bottle, put ina 
pint bottlo of warm water, and dronch 
thom with it. I have always oured the | 
worst casos without dolay. 

Ivcirrenr ConsumrtioN.—In_ bronchial 
and other choat atfections, in arresting inci- | 


distressing symptoms of this disease in its 
s, a3 wellasin cases of nor- 
yous debility in giving tone to tho system, 
it is undoubtedly a valuable remedy. -John 
MeMurray, Methodist Minister, Newport, 
N, 8. | 


hopeless at 


Nearty Harv A Cxxrory!—Ir 1 now | 

over forty years since BRISTOL'S SARSAPARIL- 
LA AND Pius were first introduced to the 
public, and now, after that long poriod of 
trial, they are universally admitted to be the 
best of all remedies for impure blood and 
humors, scrofala, old sores, 
rheumatism, 
é BELIEVE TH CAUSE OF THR WONDERECL 
success of our Munmay & LANMAN'S Frouipa 
Waren may be found in the fact that the 
principal aim-in its preparation has always 
nto give the simple natural perfume of 
Jlowers, without any chemical addition what- 
ever, and to avoid, by all. means, the great 
error of making a heavy, sickly, sweet per- 
fume, 


and confirmed | 


WEATHER REPORTS 
Tononro, August 7.—Vrobabilities for the 
next twenty-four hours: For tho lower lakes, 
fresh to brisk winds, gradually shifting to 
wost and north, partly cloudy, cooler weather 
with light local showers. 

Wasnixoroy, August 7. — Indications : 
Lower Laker, cooler, partly cloudy. 


timated that Fenton, ono of the commission- 
ers to the Paris conference, will be appointed 
to succeed Minister Welch, on account of his 
familiarity with tho silver question. 

A suit has been entered against Gon, Grant 
and twenty other trustees of the Metropolitan 
Methodist Episcopal Church, The Church 
issued bonds for $35,000. und it is claimed 
that they cannot be collected. 

The Collector of Customs at Niagara Falls 
reports the seizure of a numbor of scines at 
the mouth of Niagara rivor, set by intruding 
Canadian fishermen. 

An astonishing fact has come to the surface, 
that while DeLesseps is soliciting for his canal, 
the Nicaraguan government has part of aship 
canal ready for business necessary ; tho canal 
is being built to open uninterrupted commu- 
nication from the sea to Lake Nicaragua. 
There will then remain less than 13 miles be+ 
tween the western boundary of Lake Nicarau- 
gua and the Pacific ocean, 

The Sun says that secret service officer 

state that the business of making counterfeit 
money has been increasing constantly sinte 
the resumption of silver coinage, legal tender 
notes being counterfeited in Canada, Dan- 
gorous $5 counterfeit notes have been received’ 


“Daily, Putelligencer, 


and 2,000 peasants are homeless, The loss 
is a million of marks, — 

—Water has burst into the Ludwig gluck 
mine at the Zabrzee collieries,in Prussia. Two 
corpses haye been recovered, and eleven more 
are supposed to be in the pit, 

—Mr. William Smith, Deputy Minister of 
“ = Marine, arrived in Ottawa on tho 6th inst. 

I. 0, O, F,—The visit of the members | from Manitoba, where he had been on a visit 
ofthe ‘three links” of this city to Mill | on official business, 

Point last night wasa yery enjoyable and| —The Irish Home Rolo League ivtends 
interesting affair, Tho visiting brethren | discussing the proposal of converting the 
were warmly received and hospitably League into a regularly elected convention of 


«. . £D to | the Irish nation. 
ret by these beatbren.ok Desoron| —King Menelik, who rules over the southern 


— — portion of Abyssinia, has sent a letter to the 
Tue Ririe.—The first handicap com-| Anti-Slavery Society of England announcing 
petition amongst the members of the 49th | that he has abolished the slave trade through- 
Battalion will take place to-morrow after- | out his dominion. ~ 
noon. There area large number of entries —Mr. Hugh McLeod, M. P. for Cape 
and the result will be looked for with much | Breton County, died on the 6th inst. after a 
interest by marksmen generally, as handi- | protracted illness. He was the son of the 
cap rifle shooting is quite a novelty in this Ber. Dr. McLeod, Presbyterian minister of 
ydney. . 
cy SAREE a Siew a —The provisional directora of the New 
Excursion ro Weutesiey Istanp.—The | Branswick Sugar Refinery Company met on 
steamer Hastings will on Saturday make an | Monday, when the charter was read and dis- 
excursion to the camp ground at Wellesley | cussed, and the Secretary instructed to open 
Island, leaving Belleville at 2:30 a. m., subscriptions for stock. 
reaching the Island at 1 p. m., and start- SA Paris despatch says the reports from the 
‘ing on the return at 4:30 p. m., thus giving | Gironde indicato that the grape crop is. much 
visitors three and a half hours at the Island, | improved, but the yield will be only half as 


Eat great as last year. Tho beet root crop will be 
pees for the round trip is only 50 40 per centy\ lesa than last year, 


— —George Welsh, conductor of a freight 
Cricket.—The third and deciding game | trainin the Canada Southern Railway, at- 
between the married and single members| tempted to get into the caboose when the 
of the Cricket Ulub will take place to-mor- | train was in motion and was thrown under 
row afternoon. Each team having scored Tienda injuries 
a game, the members of the opposing teams 


genie: —Ninety cents is being paid for lidat. 
will without doubt exert themselves tothe | o4 pank bills by ee Lash aiaiseal Bits 


utmost to win the deciding match, hence | purchased about $000 worth at that figure on 
really fine display of cricket may be ex-| the 6thinst. They are coming in somewhat 
- - more freely at the advanced price, as poor 


~~ 5 people are forced to realize, 
Trir over tHe Granp JuNnction.—An —An Ottawa despatch says :—Notwith- 


excursion train consisting of three cars and | standing the exceptional rainfall and wind- 


BELLEVILLE, THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 


City and Vicinity 


Pottce.—There were neither prisoners 
nor tramps in the cells last night. 


Yellow Jack's History. 


ayan left here this morning per Grand | storms of the last few weeks, the state of the 
; ing. Farmers are everywhere delighted with 
consisted of the Directors of the road, the prospects of brndant irene : 
members of the various municipal Councils, 
Z F Pill : pees 
and friends. The party on SSrVINg at The history of yellow fever in this country 
Hastings go by boat to ldyl Wild. A | shows that it has hardly been the exception 
* ig | year following an epidemic. In 1847 thero 
takes place by tho same train. One car is} Yr, 2,250 deaths in New Orleans, and 850 in 
for Stirling, two for Campbellford and one 
7,970 deaths in the same city, and thore were 
— 4,423 deaths in 1854 and 2,670 in 1855 In 
Granp Excunstox 
; Th d | next year. In 1867 there woro 3,093 deaths, 
per the steamer Hastings, to Thousand | ory te tho following year. In the same 
wind, near Brockville, has been | places in Louisiana and Mississippi in those 
Camp Ground, , In 1848, wh, Se te 
ged for under tho auspices of the M. years, In 1848, when it re-appeared in New 
of 1847 began in August. The great opidemic 
Belleville at 6:30 on tho morning of Satur- | of 1853 began in May, and the epidemic of tho 
? ‘ 7 y 
day, the 23rd inst., calling at Northport) \0.. in June. The epidemis in North Caro. 
ina in 1862 was followed iu 1864, two 
for home on the morning of Monday, Aug. 10 
2th, Faro for tho round trip $1. This ut not in tho same cities and towns as a 
int was 1,300; in 1797, 3,500, and in 1899 
viewing the scenery of the St. Lawrence, there wore 1,000 doaths. it was in 1802 
which wo havo no doubt will bo largely | (vor ay an opidemic, In South Carolina it 
has beon almost invariably the case that the 
A Suppen Deatu. — Tho Watertown all othor points which were infectod in 
oxcaped tho ncoond year, In that yoar 
James T. Canniff died suddenly yesterday | oie come until tho latter part of August,reaoh- 
afternoon at her homo, No, 12 Orchard | jng Momphis, September 14, August has heon 
t be, par tho fi 
trouble is thought to havo “hee ee rade rg noar the first of that month in 
. She was tholwife of Mr. 
tis of tho heart No Atconor.—Boearine is prepared with- 
typo of this office. She was tho fourth | yey sodiont. It prosorvos the hair 
daughtor of Thos. Bockett, of Kemptvillo, | and will be found the mont dolightfull Hair 


New York, Aug. 7.—Subscriptions to Les- 
sop’s Panama Canal Co. opened yesterday ; 
only 500 shares were subscribed, The agents 
are disconsolate, 

“Witatnotow, Del, Aug. 7th.—Rey. J. H. 
Wiley, of Townsend Methodist Church, has 
been exonerated from the charge of criminal 
conduct with married women, but was found 
guilty of indiscretion. 

New Yors, Aug. 7.—The Times’ Chicago 
despatch says that Father Vandermortel, a 
Jesuit orator of note, has joined the Episcopal 
Church, and is now with Rey. Canon Knowles. 

Miss Louise Oakleyclaims to have been rob- 
bed at a hotel in Bristol, of money and jewelry 
valaed at $200. ‘he night watchman of the 
hotel, who is missing, is suspected. 

The Herald says that Mayor Cooper has 
decided that the Park commissioners are unfit 
for their positions, and must go, Gross mis- 
management is charged against them. 

Norrork, Va., Aug. 7,—Mrs, Tewe’s house, 
Portsmouth, fora month past was reported to 
be haunted, and last night a crowd of people 
visited the house, when a high porch gaye 
way and precipitated the throng to the pave- 
ment, a distance of 10 feet. Nine were seri- 
ously injured. 

Nasuyitte, Aug. 7.—The people of Ten- 
nessee are to decide by bullot to-day the pro: 
position to settle the state debt of about 
$25,000,000 at 50 cents with 4 por cent. in- 
terest. It is expected the proposition will be 
defeated. 

Newark, N. J., Aug. 7.—Henry Fricht 
and Patrick Costello were baried yesterday 
while making an excavation. Costello was 
killed, and Fricht’s condition is dangerous, 


AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. 


Loxvow, Aug. 7.—A despatch from Alon- 
andria says that Towfik, the now Khedive of 
Egypt, received a telogram from Salan de- 
manding permission of ex-khedive of Ismail 
Pasha, to return to Egypt and reside at Alex, 
andria or Damietta. 

The British and Fronch consuls in general 
advised the Khedive to defer the reply until 
until they had consulted their Governments, 
The colliers of Lanarkshire, Scotland, have 
agreed to work only four days, each wook+ 
‘Lhis movement with tho greatly reduced sup- 
ply of coal, has caused the first upward move- 
mont in price which has been recorded on the 
Glasgow exchange for three years. It is ex 
pected that tho colliers will immediately do- 
mand an increase in wages. 

The proposal of the President of the Great 
Western Railroad of Canada on behalf of that 
road to the Grand Trunk Railroad is that all 
competitive traffic shall be pooled in percent. 
ages at a rate to be agrood upon, Any ques- 
tion which may arise to be settled by arbitra- 
tion, The arrangement to romain in force 21 
years, 

Advices from Capetown of the 22nd July, 
state that several Zulu chiefs have submitted 
to Wolsoloy at St. Pauls. It is reported ho 
assured thom that they honceforth would be 
govornod and protectod by tho British Gov. 
eromont. -Genoral Crealock, and Colonels 
Wood and Buller will return to England, 
Anothor detachment of marines havo re- 
barked for home. A strong force is to ad- 
yance on Ulundi immediately, Wolseley hay- 


ing protnised tho chiefs lo would be there by 
tho LOth of Auguat, A detachment of friondly 
natives, irrogulars and probably alao Genoral 
Nowdigato's column will advance shortly. 
Mancuxsren, N.H., Aug. 7.-—At midnight 
| a sorious broak oceurred on the uppor canal, 
washing outan ombankment30 foot at the point 
where the army mills aro being built. Thin 


CUSTOM HOUSE ARRIVALS, 
(Reported by Dixon's Customs Broker's Office.) 
INWARDS. 

Sch’r Sibylla, Oswego,light. 
OUTWARD}, 
Sch’rs Minnie Cook, and D, Andrews, Os- 
wogo, light. 


Special Notice. 


Prescription Free 
For tho speedy Cure of Seminal Weakness, 
Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on 
by indiscretion or excess. Any Druggist has 
the ingredients, Address 
DAVIDSON * Co., 
78 Nassua St., New York. 


26y 


To all who are suffering from tho orrors and 
indiscretions of youth, neryous weakness, 
early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send 
a recipe that will cure you, FREE uF 
CHARGE. This great remedy was discover- 
ed by a missionary in South America, Send 
a male ndilceaned cavelope to the Rev, Joseri 
T. Inman, Station D, eur York City, ly 


—— Gawwercial. 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTED AT 
THE EXCHANGE OFFICE OF 
U, E. THOMPSON, 


Bevvuvitie, August 7. 
Greenbaoks buying at..,.. 
sf solliag at... 
American Silver buying at 
. British Silver buying at... 
Stirling Exchange, 83, 
Gold opened at 100 ;. clo: 


dd at 100, 
BELLEVILL“ MARKETS, 


Inraciioxnoen Orrice, 

Belleville, Aug. 7, 1879. 
Wueat—$}I to $1.05. 
Bartey—Nominal, 
Rye—45c to 50c, 
Oats—40c to 450, 
Peas—50c. 
Mu1Tox—6o to 7o per pound, 
Hams—7o, to 9o. 
Burrer—Roll, 100to 150, 
Burrer—Tub, vominally Sc to llo, 
Curese—7@9o. 
Eaas—%o, to 120, per dozen. 
Hipes—Rough $4 to $5; Inspected $6.00. 
Sneerskis (shearlings)—35e, 
DEAKINe—50c, 
Woo1r—20c per Ib. 
Larp—8e to 100, 
TatLow—Rough, 340, 
Tattow—Renderod, 5. 
Cannace—5ue to 600 per doz. 
Porators—$1.00 por bay. 
fLrour—Wholesale, $4.75 por bbl, 
Froo t—Retail, $5.25 per bbl, 
Hay—85 to £8 per ton, 
CiickeNs—306c to 50c por pair. 
Dvoxs—46 to 60c per pair, 
Greser—35 to 50c. 
TyrKeys—i0c to $1,00, 


MONTREAL MARKET, 
Monrrear, Aug, 7.—Flour, receipts 1,500 
bris.; sales, none reported ; market quiet and 
steady, at generally unchanged rates. Quota 
tions : Superiors $5,15 to $5.25; extras $5.10; 
fancy $4.95 to $5.00 ; spring oxtra $4.70 to $4. 
75; for old ground $4 85 to $4.95; for fresh 

round superfine $4.65 to $4.75; strong bakers 
5.10 to $5.25 ; fine, $4.10 to $4.20; midd’gs 
$3 25 to $3.50; pollards $2.75 to $3.00; On- 
tario bags $2.35 to $2.40, 
Grain, provisions and ashes nominally un- 
changed. 


NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. 


New York, August 7. 
Gold 100, 


NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET, 


New York, August 7. 

Cotton firm, 114. 

Flour in buyer’s favor; recoipts 16,000 bris. ; 
sales 8,000; unchanged. 

Rye flour firm ; sales 250 bris., unchanged. 

Wheat nominal ; winter slightly in buyers’ 
favor dull; receip 000 bus.; sales, 8,000 
No. 2 red, Aug, $1.0 . 

Rye dull, unchanged, 

Corn } asked § better ; receipts 100,000 
bush.; sales 90,000, at 44 to 45yc, 

Barley dull ; nominal. 

Oats lirm ; receipts 35,000 bus; sales 28,- 
000 ; at 33 to 360, for mixed western and 
state 36 to 40c, for white do, 

Pork dull at $8.75, 

Lard lower $5.70. 

Potroleum, crude 6 to 6 in brie, 


FOREIGN MARK 

Lonbow, Aug. 7,—Consols 97 5§. 

Livenroot, Aug. 7,—Cotton firmor ; 
lands 6}; Orleans 5-16. 


up: 


DIED. 
At his residence, Bleecker Avenue, Belleville, 
Sasvnt Youn Dyun, aged 65 years and 20 days 


[Tho funeral will take place on Friday, tho 8th 
inat., at 3 o'clock, p.m.) 
Tho moat profitable WY of dealing in stocks 
in by combining many orders and and co-operate 
ing them as a wholo, dividing profita pro rata 
among sharoholders, according to tho market, 
monthly, Hach customer thus seoures all the 
advautagos of immonso capital and oxporienc- 
od kill, and can use an nount, from $10 to 
$10,000, or more, with equal proportionate 
success. ‘ Now York Stock Roportor ” and 
now circular mailed free. Fall information 


throws 10,000 oporativer ont of omploymont, 


Tunction Railway for Hastings. The crops in the Ottawa Valley is very oncourag- 
Corporation officials, members of the press 
shipment of four cars of freight also | when the fever appeared as an epidemic the 
1848, and 737 in 1749, In 1853 there were 
for Hastings. 
grand excursion, | 1858 there wero 3,889 deaths, but none the 
Island Park and Central St. Lawrence | proportions the fever appeared in the smaller 
Te tee rhacla The stoanser will leave | rican, it came in Juno, while the epidemic 
. Tabernacle. © 8 
ear following oume in July, and in the next 
and Mill Point, and returning will leave 
van afterward, by ono of increased mortality, 
j enoral thing, In 1797 Philadelpbia’a death 
excursion will afford a fine opportunity of 
three-fifths whon Philadelphia next had the 
taken advantage of. 
nocond year brought an opidemic, Memphis 
j -—‘* Mrs. 
Despatch of tho Ath inst, says | tho fever bogan in Shroveport first, and “did 
stroot, aftor a vory short illnoss, ‘fhe | tho favorite month for its option. Last 
, 
James T. Canniff, formorly of Bollovillo, in) ne eee ev aloohol or any uthoe Weag 
Ont., and was tho pot of tho family, boing | Drossing in tho market, 


Tho mills will rosumo in 24 hours, 


for any ono to oporate succosslully, Lawrence 


pient consumption, and in lessening the | £0"! 


| of Saxvoun'’s Rapicat Cums yon 


y 
' 


1879, 
SANFORD’sS 


RADICAL CURE 
ha For | 
. CA 


TARRH 4 | 
Clears the 


Mead, Renders the 

Breathing Easy and Breath } 
Sweet, 

AND TABTH HECOVERED, — | 


led to nckno’ s to you the | 
great b ANVoRD's Rapioat Cure has 
ars I havo been afflicted 


| 
yin | 
Tons 
mitting n 


, and especial 


y pi 00) 
with othe very offensive One| 
woek af mmend » uso | 
Rapicay Cun Twas not troubl bl 
My senses of taste mell, whi oly 

have now ful urned, and my general 


1 is much improved, 
Yours, Metuounne H. Foup, 

; horthand Writer, 

Guanp Rarins, Micit., No, 3, 1367, 


10 YEARS A SUFFERER. 


YROM HON, THEO, P. BOGART, 


Fee 


ng thoroughly convinced of the efficacy 
wn, I 


that al 


am induced to drop you a line to na 
thonch I have n sceptical of all the nostruma 
advertised as “radical cure,” I have never found 
anything that promises such relief and ultimate 
cure as that of Sanpronn's. 

Thave been afflicted with this dreadful disease 
for more than ten years, and not until recentl 
could T be induced to y ere with any until 
read the letter of Mr. Henry Wella (0) Wells, 
Fargo & Co.) and can truthfully say that after 
using five or six bottles I am iarcaghiy con- 
vinced of its curative properties. Hoping that 
others similarly afflicted like myself will Ee in- 
duced to make the trial, 

Iam, gentlemen, very truly, ete., 


Tuo, P. Booxnr, 
1877. 


Buistor, R. I. 
Price, with Im 


Inhaler, Treatise, and 


FASHIONABLE T 


We are 


making up to or 
$10 to 816, Piast 


der those magnificent ‘fino Navy Bloo Serge Suits from 


# A largo assortmont of Dress Shirts, 


opened ont today, Veny Cnmar. ee 


Call and see them, 


B. McCREADY & SON. 


~BARTMAN: & SINTZELS 


PRICE LiST FOR 
Uno AITD AUGUS'L 
Every Article in Stock Reduced in 


Silk Squares, and Linen Collars 


Price; 


Men's CaNnapian irene By 1TH r 26.38 worth 87.25 
oo 7 7.00 8.50 

Lis Surrs 7.50 ‘€ 8.75 

were Surrs : 6650 7.95 

un Wousten Suir - 910 10.75 

Ex Fine ° TL 005 {6 9 50 
Mex’s Twexn Paxrs ’ 150 2.00 
Aut Woon Wonkrxa Paxre 175 = (9.95 

E Dress Pants 2.00 2.50 
Frexcn ‘ ‘ . 2.50 3.50 
Exrna Fine Frenou Parrenn 325 « 4.50 


We have also a large stock of Summer @lothing that mus 
1st September, in order to make room for our Fall stock, 
Men's Lustre Coats, 60¢ Men's Linen Coats, 80c, Men's White Vests, 75c. 
Boys' and Youths’ Department, 
Boys’ Tweed Suits, $2.00. Do. Figured Linen Snits, 70c. 
Boys’ Linen Coats, 50c. Do. BI’k and Gray Lustro Coats, $1. 
Overalls at 50c. 250 pra. extra heavy figured at 90c. 


t be sold ont before the 


Do. oxtra quality, $1.88, 
00. 300 prs, brown duck 


n 
Directions, $1. did by Drugpi. 


COLLINS: 
VOLTAIC [25259] ELECTRIC 
PLASTERS 


Electricity and Healing Balsams, 
Vitalizing, Strengthening 


ions, try these Plasters, 
They will do you more good than all the lini- 
ments, lotions, plaste trums, electrical 
belts, pads and other high-priced contrivances in 
the world. Placed over the of the Stomach 
they prevent and cure Ague Mains, Bilious Colic. 
Liver Complaints, and vitalize, strengthen, an 
protect the system from a thonsand ills. Thou- 
sands of living witnesses attest their value, 


PRICE 26 CENTS, 


Be careful to obtain Couttns’ Vouraro ELEo- 
TRIO PLASTER, o combination of wonderful cura- 
tive value, Sold by all druggists, 


VINEGAR! 


VINEGAR! 


ROSS & DAVIES 


| { AVE in stock and offer for sale: 


English Malt Vinegar, 
Crystal Pickling do. 
White Wine do. 
Cider do. 


R. & D, have also in stook- 
Ginger Ale, 
Seltzer Water, 


Soda Water, 
Lager Beer, in Kegs, 
Bottled Ale, 


in Quarts and Pints (very fine). 
ALSO, 
Sugar Cured”Hams, 
Breaktast Bacon. 
Dried Beef. 


The ceebrated Electric Soap also for 
sale. 


ROSS & DAVIES, 


Famity Groosrs, &c., 
Corner Front and Bridge Sts. 
Belleville, May 30, 1879. 


TPNHE Steamer TRANSIT will make a trip 

around the head of the Bay EVERY 
THURSDAY, when not otherwise engaged, 
leaving hor wharf at 2:30 p, m., and retarn 
at 6p. m,, calling at the Comotory going and 


returving. , 
Tho Transit” will also make a trip to 
MASSASSAGA POINT on MONDAYS and 
FRIDAYS, leaving and returning at tho same 
hour. ; 
Faro, 25cta, Children, accompanied by 


thoir parents, free. 
Tuco 23, 1879. dtf 


$50 Reward, 


ILL be paid upon the apprehension aud 

conviction of the person or persons 

who set fire to the Stirling Station on tho 
sht of tho 2lnt inst. B 

Ba 1, O, BICKFORD, 

a6t 


Bolloville, July 28, "7 


HOR SALT. 
YAGANT LOT for sale,—No, 2, Wost 
Veaeet Yoomans and south side of Wil- 
Address 


L 


kinu Streets, A. RYAN, 


No, 55, Metcalf Streot, 
Ottawa, Oot, 


age 


$12 a day at home. 


Outilt snd torms froo 


nts wanted 
RUB & CO, 


& Co,, 57 Exchange Plavo, N. Y, 


Avguate, Maine, 


Furnishing Department, 


Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do, 3 ply Fronts, $1.25. 20 
with Collars attached in tho latest patterns. 200 Rubber 


BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, 


Opposite ANGLO-A MERIC. 


White Drees Shirts, 75c. 
doz. Oambric Shirts at $1.25, 
Coata at 50c. 

REMEMBER THE PLace, 


* Horen. 


GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING 


F you would study your health, comfort, and general appearance, leave your order and 
measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest style, at 


FOSTHR & RHID’S. 


New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, 
FOSTER & REID, 


IncrorTeRrs 


I 


IN TW 


THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA. 
TRUNKS AND BAGS 


Received To-Day, July 24th, 
HAINES & LOCKETT, 


“City Boot Store,” Belleville. 
THE ORYSTAL SARATOGA, 
THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
THE EMPRESS TRUNK, 
THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN. 
THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 


SEE OUR STUCK FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS GOODS. 
All the Low Price Lines on hand. 


S.A. OLTV HR, 
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES 


16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 


BELLEVILLE BRANCH, 


ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, Front Street. 
GOODS SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. 


The Only Business in Canada conducted on the same principle, 


Over $200,000 worth of Bouts and Shoes so supplied last year. 


you 

WANT 
A 

TRUNK? 


HE great loss annually sustained by selling to Dealers, firat led to our establishing of 

Branchls ores twEUNe aoonta Sats direct to the people for cash, all the goods wo 

Thus giving to the poople the goods loss tho Dealers’ prod ‘and saving 

to ourselves the anoval loss. We were tho more forcibly improssed into this step Boe the 

fact that choap Zastorn made shoddy goods were being palmed off aa-our goods, We now 

sell our own goods, warrant what we sell, use no shoddy or inferior material of any a a 
and can and do supply goods of tho bost quality 25 per cent, Jess than they can ug! 


elsewhere. 


Everything Marked in Plain Figures. 


ONLY ONE PRICE. 


CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 


Our arrangements are now completo in this department, and we can mako to moasuro 
prom, tly cithor Gentlemen's, Ladies or Children's goods, in tho latest styles, at little over 


half the price usually charged, 


S. A. OLIVER, 
OBERTSON'S BLOCK, 


Front Street, 
BHLULEVILoOE. 


4b 


could manufacture 


BRANCHES : 


BELLEVILLE. 
Pour Horr, 
Prerenuono', 
HAMILTON. 
Sr. CATHARINES, 
Bana, 
BUANTFORD, 

| OMATHAM, 


( 
Factory & Ottce, | 


He 


16 Front St. Ea: 


TORONTO. 


EDISON'S ] For Sale Cheap 
ALUABLE Building Lota in West Bolloe 


ELECTRIC ABSORBENT BELT wars 


| Lots dand 7 Howard Street, 51 and 60 
For the Prevention and Cure of | gteyonson Streot, 68 West Victoria Street, 
{ and lot 1 West Octavin Streot, 
eee: Tho above aro most desirable lots, woll 
situated, and will bo sold cheap. 

For terma and partioulare apply to Joseph 
G, Vonduson at M, B, Roblia's offiog, or to 
BELL & BELL, 
Vondor’s Solicitors, 

d3tw.lw 


THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. 


No internal modicine required. Tho mild 


and continuous ourrent of Eleotricit: togothor 
with tho absorbont qualition as fur 1 by 


Datod Qlat Joly, 1879. 
y * 
tho Bolt, render it traly the wonder of tho age, 


BANK NOTE BOOKS 


Bank, in different sinos, for sale 
be oa “ Terees 1 werTan OMion. 


your Davoorr ron PAMPHLET, 
OAuL on Hae 


ATLORING, 


¥ 


STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh. Strawberries 
RECEIVED DAILY 
AT DICKENS 


"And sold by the quart. or served with 
Ico Cream. 


ICE CREAM 


40 cents por quart, 
well packed 


In difforent flavora at 
$1.5 per gallon, 


joo to any part of tho city 
: a WM. DI 


June 17, 1879 


Jolivered 


KENS * SONS, 


BELLEVILLE AND OSWECO. | ss 


STEAMER KINOARD 


Cart, BLANCHARD, 


every 
calling at Mill Point, Picton, Bay 
Kingston, arriving at Oswego on 
mornings, in timo for all trains, returning t 
Bollevillo on Sunday aftornoon. 
Fares and freights very low. 
For tickets and further informatio 
W. H. CAMPE 
at the Wh 
or ©, D. FULLER, 
Ofhce City Square, 


Rolloville, July 8, 1879. 


FISH 
231 


Front Street. 


All Kinds kept 


for Sale. 


CITY IGE CO. 


Orders received for Ioe 
by the WErK or 
MONTH. 


LEAVENS & ROBLIN 
July 3. 


M3; ! 
1 will unh 


God Flake Cut Pug 


To nx tux BEST SMOKING TOBACCO in 


7 CANADA: 


It is made by a new and original process 
Ly through which the rank nicotine is extracte 
and the sweet Aroma and Natural Flavor are 
retained. It is made from pure sun-cured, 
KK Bright Virginia Leaf, without the ald of colors 
tog or injur compounds, It is cut ready 
foruse and neatly packed in tin. foil, in com- 
pact 4 ounce packages, It will keep in any 
(climate and will not burn the tongue, 
As dealers are slow to take hold of anew 
U thing, however much its merit, until there is a 


itatingly guarantee mv 


IP) demand for it, F have determined to place it 
directly within the reach of all. 


For the next 


P 
L 


| SER THE LIST 
| 


or 


|FARMS FOR SALE 


DO ‘you) WEEKLY MAIL. 
WAR cc wease ese, 


Panties Wysx1xa To SELL, 
Reap Tuers. 


| 
{ —_ 

T0 BUY! Adyertisements of Farms for 
jaale aro inserted in the WEEK- 
\LY MAIL, 20 words for 50cts. 

Jeach insertion; each additional 


word 20, 
A F ARM ‘Advertisements of Farms for 
laale are inserted in the DAILY 
MAIL, 20 words for 25cta. each 
t insertion ; each additional word 


Leta, 


| Advertisements of Live stock, 
Dy) Auction Sales of Stock, Imple- 
Ay | ments, ot 1 for Sale, Exhi- 
\bitions, inserted at the a- 
bove rat 


Address MAIL, Toronto, 


Imperishable Fragrance. 


Murray & Lanman's 
| x ELEDRATED 
\\\ *, Florida 


11) aes x’ 
| jg, Water. 
SABER ior ser on icant 


for use on 


the Toltet 
fal int wea 


dsc 


for count 
Jater preparer 
Laninan & Kemp, N rk ‘ 

For fale by Perfumers, Druggists and 
Fancy Goods Dealers, 


PERRY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE Age 


jiy2 MONTRE 


gil JOHNSTON'S ~ 


fey 
© FLUID BEEF 


ant Ut, * 
Wty is now extensively 
Wi) used in Britiah and 
Continental Inati- 
Sees totions, - Hospitals 


is prescribed by the medic Alor 
haa boen introduced. acelin 


Asylums, and 
ulty wherever it 


Its adaptability in general to the | i 
convalercant and the vigonmus, ‘Tosi ie 
Séoures a strong muscular development, and for 
maternal nursing. imperfect mastication, athletic 
training, physical exhaustion, indigestion or 
Mental overstrain, {t is the perfection of known 


food. 
SOLD BY DRUCGISTS AND LEADING GROCERS, 


Price 35e, 60¢ and $1, 
Mannfacturodby JOHN L, JOHNSTON, 
“lly Montreal, Canada 


) SULPHUR 
b a MT aoer 


HOROUGHLY 


curos Diseases o > Nki 
Beautifies the Complexion, BAe 
Remedios Khoumatien and Gout, Hoals Bon 
“ad counteracta contagion, s 
§, B.—For full dexoription, ask your drug. 


gist for Circular, 
WOWDEN, INGLIS, NEILL & Co,, 
Wholomle Agents, 
2asy 82 Yonge St., Toronto, 


TILL, until furthor notice, leave Belleville 
W MONDAY at 9 o'clock, a m., 
ports, and 

Tuesday 


MARKET, 


7 Wit and Humor, 
Men dream in eourtsbip, but in wedlock 
wake 
The bump of dostructivonoss—a railway 
©F | collision 
in | Patrons of husbandry—mothora with mar- 
riagoablo daughters, 


A miser’s first rulo in arithmotio is addi- 
tion, but hia heirs begin with division, 

One-half the world doesn't know how the 
other half liyes—and it’s nono of their busi- 
ness 

A sign on a garden fonce near Now York 
roads thus :—'* Positively no moro stealing 
allowed on theso premises, No excop- 


A roporter, in describing an acoident in a 
factory , speaks of a man as ‘fatally cut to 
It is usually fatal tobe ‘cut 
to pieces.” 


pieces.”” 


A man addicted to snoring remarked to 
his bedfellow in the morning that he slept 
**T know it,” said the other, 


| “like a top.” 
“Like a humming top. 
Effie, “Oh my dear husband, I can't 
consent to your going across the ocean un- 
til—until your life is fully covered by in- 
surance,” , 

“My son,” said an old lady, “how must 
Jonah have felt whon the whale swallowed 
him?” “Down in the mouth,” was tho 
young hopoful’s reply. 

A gentleman who had been atrack by a 
young lady’a beauty was determined to fol- 
low tho injunotion, and ‘kiss the rod that 
smote him.” 

If you know, anything that will make a 
brother's heart glad, ran quick and tell it ; 
but if it is something that will cause asigh, 
bottle it up. 

A prisoner who had not seen the sun for 
thirty years, said it was tho sun’s fault in 
not dropping in. The sun had been out 
every day, but the prisoner hadn't. 


A Yankee editor insists tnat he wrote the 
word ‘trousseau” plain asa pikestaff ia 
connection with cortain bridal presents. 
The printer, however, yulgarly put ‘trou- 
ors,” 

A student at a voterinary college being 
asked, ‘If a broken-winded horso were 
brought to you for treatment, what would 
you advise?” promptly replied, ‘‘To sell 
him as soon as possible.” 

A citizen of Philadelphia, who went to 
live in an ice-house during the sammer,and 
found it intolerably cold, hit on the happy 
expedient of putting up a stove, and is now 
enjoying life serenely. 

Dryden was so bound up in his books that 
his wife oxclaimed, “I wish I were a book, 
that I might always be in your society.” “1 
Wish you were av almanac, so J could change 
you every year,” replied he. 


An aristocratic New Yorker, on being re- 
quested by arich and vulgar young fellow 
for permission to marry “ono of his girls,” 
gave this rather crushing reply ; -‘* Cortain- 
ly ; which would you prefer, the housemaid 
or the cook ?” 

A gentleman, at a bachelor’s party, boast- 
ed that he had been married twenty-five 
years, during which time he had never 
given his wife across word or look. He 
omitted to tell his hearers that he dared 
not do tle one or the other, 

Newly married husband; ‘This is a 
friend of mine, ray dear—a friend of twenty 
years standing.” His bride: “Good gra- 
cious ! Then pray give him a seat, for Iam 
sure he must be tired.” 


A preacher out west annonnced on his 
Sunday night bulletin; ‘The funeral of 
Judas Iscariot.” ‘To which an obliging fel- 
low added ; ‘* Friends of the deceased are 
cordially invited.” The church was filled. 


_Aman drowned himself at a Western 
city recently. The coroner could not find 
tha body, but to make sure of his fees, 
held an inquest on his jacket, which had 
fortunately turned up with the tide, Ver- 
dict, ‘* Found empty.” 


A Lawyer once rushed up to Jerrold in 
the street, and said, with a flushed face, 
“Mr. Jerrold, I’ve just met a scoundrelly 
barrister.” Jerrold looked ‘at him with a 
bland smile, and simply answered, ‘*What 
a coincidence |" 

A devoted husband says that the phono- 
graph is simply a machine that ‘‘talks 
back,” and he has had ono of that kind in 
his house ever aince he was marriod. 
Worthy Magistrate :— “What! a man 
can be cruel enough to maltreat his lawful 
wedded wife, and even hurl a plate at her 
head?” Prisoner ; ‘But Your Honor, do 
you know my wife?” Worthy Magistrate : 
“T have not the honor.” Prisoner; 
“Then just go slow.” 


The Rey. Hamilton Paul, an Ayrshire 
Minister, better known as a writer of the 
memoir of Burns, wasa reviver of Dean 
Swift's walk of wit in the choice of texts. 
When he left the town of Ayr, where he 
was understood to be a great favorite with 
the fair sex, he preached his yaledictory 
sermon from this possage :—‘* And they all 
fell upon Paul's neck andkissed him.” 


Two newsboys were standing in front of 
a Houston cigar store when one of them 
asked the other: ‘Have you got three 
cents?” “*Yos.” “Well, I've got two cents; 
give mo your three cents and I'll buy a five 
cent Havana cigar.” ‘All right,” said No. 
2, handing out the money. He enters the 
cigar store, procures the cigar, (on credit, 
possibly, ) lights it, and puffs it with a great 
deal of satisfaction. **Come, now, give us 
a pull,” says No, 2; "I furnished more 
than half the money.” I know it,” says 
the smoker, “but then 1 organized the com- 
pany, am president, and you are only a 
stock-holder ; you ean spit.”—Galveaton 
News, 


Ask Yourself these Questions. 


Are youn desponilont sufferer from Sick 
Headacho, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation 
ofthe Heart? Have you Dizziness of tho 
Head? In your Nervous System doprossed ? 
Doe 8 your Blood circulate baily? Have you 
a Cough? Low Spirits? Coming up of the 
| food after eating? ko, kc. All of these and 


much more are the direct results of Dyspepsia, | 
Liver Complaint and Indigestion. Green's 
Avavsr Frowsn is now acknowledged by all | 


Draggints to bo a positive cure. 2,400,000 
vottles Wore given away inthe U, 8. through 


Drugginta to the peoploas atrial. ‘Two dosos 


will satisfy any person of its wonderful qual. 
ities in curing all forms of Indigestion. Sam- 
plo bottles 10 cts, Rogalar size 75 id 


owitively by all first-class Draggista in tho 
Einitod States and Canada, rea ° 


ra’ CocoA.—GnarevuL AND Comyonr- 
Ind.——"" By a thorough knowledge of the 
natural laws which govern tho operations of 
digestion and nutrition, and by a caroful ap. 
plication of the fine proportios of well-scloot- 
od cocos, Mr, Epps has provided our broak- 
fast tablon with a delicately favored bovorago 
which may savo us many hoavy doctors’ bills, 
It is by tho judicious use of such orticlos of 
diot that a constitution may bo gradually built 
| up until strong enough to rosint overy tend. 
oncy todiaaie, Hundreds of subtle maladios 
are floating around us ready to attack whor- 


over thero is 


nlc 
many n fatal shaft 


t. Wo may csoapo 
keeping ourselves well 
fortitied with pure blood and a properly nour. 
ishot framo,”’—Oivil Service Gazette,—Sold 


Daily Hutelligencer, | 


The Diet of Worms. 


Worms infeat the uppor partof the bowels 
and feed on ghylo. Thoy produce a voracious 
appotite and groat omaciation of flesh, and 
this enormous desire for food, which is never 


satistlod, is, no doubt, occasioned by the im- 
| mediate consumption of the ohyle, for tho 
worm foeds upon tho oxtracted nourishment 
of the food, Costivenoss, indigestion, im- 
proper diet, and the unhealthy secretions of 
| the bowels in children, are among the causes 
producing worms A brisk, regular motion 
| of tho bowels would always prevent worms 
from collecting in tho intestines, Tho appetite 
becomes variable and voracious, the belly is 
hard and awolled, thoro is tho picking of the 
| noso, tho starting in sleep, tho grinding of the 
teeth. Tho flesh becomes wasted, and the 
obild is liable to convulsions, Frequent pain 
in the bowels and sickness of the stomach are 
strong symptoms of worms. 'Thoro is really 


1 for a physician in such casos, 


no need to 
which 


Dr. Henarox's Suaan Coaren Preis, 
any child will willingly take, are specially 
adapted to tho roliof of such casos, Thoy are 


really a family modicine which cannot safely 
bo ignored. 


A Singular Accident on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford 
R. RK 

New Haven, Aug. 7, 1877. 
Dr. Gires ;—While on duty as fireman on 
engine 47, about ten miles from this city, on 

Shore Line Road, was accidently thrown off 

against a rock, train under full head—about 

thirty-five miles an hour, Was vory badly 
bruised. Your agent was on board. 
nished mo with two bottles of Liniment Iodide 

Ammonia, from whion I received the greatest 

possiblo benotit, In four days was ablo to sit 

up, and am now able to commence work. My 
aged mothor also nso 1 tho Linimont tor rheu- 
matiam, which it cured. Joun Gareney. 
‘The above was witnessed by a number of 
passongers,and vouchod for by Mr, T, MoGee, 
conductor, 
Sold by all druggists. 


Send for pamphlet. 

Dr. Gites, 
120 West Broadway, N. Y. 
Trial sizo 25 cents. 


A Suiour Coron that we are so apt to con- 
sider a mere annoyance and treat with cor- 
responding neglect, too often proves to bo the 
seod sowa for an inevitable harvest —Consumr- 
. Immediate and thorough treatment is 
our only safeguard. A teaspoonful of Robin- 
son's Phosphorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil 
with Lacto Phosphate of Lime given whenover 
the cough is troublesome, will afford immediate 
relief, and if preserved in will effect a cure 
even in the most obstinate cases. 

Propared solely by J, H. Rosinson, Phar- 
maceutical Chemist, St. John, N. B,, and for 
salo by Draggists and General Dealers, Price 
$1.0€ per bottle ; six for $5.00. 


PAPER BAGS 


FOR 


Grocers, Milliners, Hatters,&c. 
WRAPPING PAPER 


In Srraw, Maniira, anp Tra, 


STATIONERY and ENVELOPES, 


at tho lowost Montreal and Toronto prices, 
either printed or plain, at 


LAZIBR'S WHOLESALE PAPER 
STORB, 


Camppett SrRerr. 
Belleville, May 27, 1879. 


LANDS FOR -SALE, 


HE undersigned offer for sale the follow- 
ing Lands at roasonablo rates : 


BELLE VILOoE. 


Lots 1, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 
25, 26 and 27 on Plan of Abercrombie Vlace, 
9 and 10 town line, N4 11 and 13 on north 
side and lot 4 on south side of Wilkias Street, 
on Sull’s Block F, G. H., with Stone House 
and 4 wooden Tenements, and 4 wooden build- 
ings on Canifton Road, near Railway Crossing. 
10 east Coleman Street, near Foot Bridge ; 5, 
6, 7, 8 and 9 on north side of Campbell Street, 
known as the Opera House Block ; 5 east 
John Streot ; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 east Victoria 
Street 5, 6, 7, 8 and+9 weat of Albert 
Street, Coleman Ward ; 7, 8, 9 and 12 
Tassell Block ; 11, 12 and 14 Booth Block ; 
18 and 19 east side of Wellington Street ; 43 
McDonald's Plan, and 3 and 4 Victoria Plan, 


MADOC. 


40 acres of lot 5, in 2d concession, 


TEURLOW.- 
Lots 41, 45, 47, 50 and 51 on the Beninger 


Plot, 

TUDOR. 
Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 31, 32, 41 and 42 west side 
of Hastings Road ; lots 5, 6, 7, 25, 26, 27, 28, 
37, 38 and 64 east side of Hastings Road, 


LIMB RICK 
Lots 26 and 27 cast Hastings Road; 11 in 
the 13th con., and 12 in the 16th con. 


WOoOLLASTON-. 
Lots 32 and 33 west side of Hastinge Road. 
THOS, WILLS, } » 
JAMES GLASS, | Trustees. 
Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 


re 
N 


Notice to Creditors. 


J] yursuance of Chapter 107, Seo. 34 Re- 
vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is horeby 
givon, that all Creditors and other persons 
haying any debt or claim upon or affecting in 
any way the estate of 


HDMONDS CHANDLER, 


lato of the City of Belloville, in tho County of 
Hastings, in the Province of Ontario and Do- 
minion of Canada, Chemist and Druggist, de- 
ceased, who died on the 11th day of February 
1879, at said City of Bolleville, are horeby re- 
aired to send in full partioulars of their and 
cach of their claims to Lawronce Henry Hen- 
deraon or James Glass, the Executors of the 
last Will and Testament of said doceased, 
(Probate of said Jast will and Tostamont hay- 
ing been granted to thom on the 27th day of 
February, 1879, by the Surrogate Court of tho 
County of Hastings), directed to them or ono 
of thom, post paid to thoir address, Poat Office 
box 93, Belleville, or left at the Law Office of 
L. H. Henderson, Esq., Motropolitan Klock, 
North Campbell Streot, in said City of Belle. 
ville, on or beforo the 16th day of August, 
1879, at the expiration of which time the said 
Executors will procood to distribute the assota 
of tho said deceased among tho persons or par- 


dobta and olaima only of which tho anid Exeo- 
utora shall thon havo bad notice ; and tho waid 
Executors, under the provisions of tho said 
Statute, will not be liable for tho agscta Ho 


at tho time of much distribation. 
Dated the 10th day of July, A.D. 1879, 
JAMES GLASS, 


only in packots Iabolled="J anus & Co., 
Homoopathic Chemists, London, E: d&w 


L. H, HENDERSON, 


dtd Exdoutors of maid dvovaued, 


tion ontitled thoreto, having regard to tho | 


distributed, to any person or parties of whone | 
debt or claim they shall not havo had notice | 


= Nave 
na Ew a 


REGULATIONS 


Doses ¢ J 
Pacific Railway. 


Deranruunt oF THB INTERIOR, 
Ottawa, July 9th, 1879. 
€Pablic notice is hereby given, that the fol- 
lowing re y promulgated aa governing 
the the Dominion Lands 
wite » hundred and ten) miles 
on line of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway 
1 Until furthor and final survey of the sald 
railway has beon made west of tho Red River, 
and for the purposes of the sgulations, the 


line of the said railway shall 
tho fourth base westerly 
of tho said base by the line 

ost of the first principal x 
ina direct line to the confluence of the 
River with the River Assiniboine. 
2. “The country } on each aide of the line 
ilway shall be respectively divided into belts, 
as follows 

(1) A bolt of five miles on either side of the 
railway, and immediately adjoining tho sa:no, to 
be calle: A; 

“(2 t of fitteen miles on either side of 
the railway adjoining belt A, to be called belt B; 

*(3) A belt of twenty miles on either side o! 
the railway, adjoining belt B, to be called belt © ; 

“(4) A belt of twenty miles on either side of 
the railway, adjoining belt ©, to be called belt 
D; 


ant 

(5) A belt of fifty miles on either mde of the 
railway, adjoining belt D, to be called belt E. 

3. Tbe Dominion lands in belt A shall be ab- 
solutely withdrawn from homestead entry, also 
-omption, and shall be held exclusively 
at six dollars per acre, 

4, ** The lands in belt B shall be disposed of 
asfollowa: ‘Che even-numbered sections within 
the belt shall be set apart for homesteads and 
pre-emptions, and the odd-numbered sections 
shall bo regarded as railway lands proper. The 
homesteads on the ven oaumbered nections, to 
the extent of eighty acres each, shall consist of 
the easterly halves of the easterly halves, also of 
the westerly halves of tho wenterly halves of 
such sections; and the pre-emptions on such 
en-numbered sections, also to the extent of 
eighty neres each, adjoining such eighty-acre 
homesteads, shall conaist of the westerly halves 
of thee ly halves, also of the easterly halves 
of the ara halves of such sections, and shall 
be sold at the rate of $2.50 (two dollars and fifty 
cents) per acro, Railway lands proper, bein 
the odd-numbe ions within the belt, wil 


pre-empt 
»0Ve described ; 
arly to be $2.50 
; the rail- 
1 sections, 


way lands to 
and to be ¢ with in the same manner as 
aboye provided in respect of lands in belt B, ex- 
cept that the price shall be $3.50 (three dollars 
and fifty caries) per acre, 
6. ‘The even-numbered sections in belt D 
shall also be set apart for homesteads and_pre- 
4 of eighty acres each, as provided for in 
of belts B and C, but the price of pre- 
emptions shall be at the rate of $2 (two dollars) 
ner acre. Railway lands to consist, as in the 
belts B and (, of the odd-numbered sections,and 
the price the to be at the uniform rate of $2 
(two dollars) per acre, 


AUGUST 17, 1879. 


Mais, 

East por G, T, R., including Comedie M. 
Kingsford, and Maritimo Provinces’. 

Picton Pe ee 

United States via Cape Vincent 


Srmmuro, Harold, Marmora, Spring Brook, F. 
ton—Daily at 
Monie, Burnbrao 
WALLBRIDGE on 
RepNeRsviLe 
Albury and Coofton, Tucsday, Thursday, and 8; 
Melville 


Burne 
Canifton, ‘daily ., 


Sidney Crossing, Wednesday and Saturday. ... 


ovory Friday at.......ccccssesseee es 
Via Now York, Saturday and Monday, . 
Postage. 5c, por 4 oz. by each route, 
Mowxy Onpers granted on all Monoy Order offi 
Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and 


of 9am. and 5 p.m. 


Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey. A 


For Aden, Argontine Confederation, Brazil, 


4centsfor4oz. Books &c., 4 cents for 4 oz, 
West India Islands, via Halifax, same rate as 


aE Ba 
BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


Clone, Delivered, 
arysvillo, Shannonville, 
RR . 11:00am. 6:05 p.m, 
; 9:00 p.m, i: 
9:00 p.m, 
5:00 p.m. 


Wesr por G.T.R., inclading Wostorn Statos and Woat’n P 
‘oxboro and Canif- 
Brinkworth, on Monday, Wednesday & Friday 


esday, Thursday, and Saturday 
Amoliasburg, Mountain View, Rosam 


9, Allisonvillé and Hillier, Monday, Wednosday. & Friday 
Mapoo, Tyanhoo, Halloway, West Huntingdon, Foxbsto, aay 
waren, Roslin, Plainflold, Thomasburg, Twoed, Chapman, 


Moira and Phillipston on Monday, Weducsday, and Saturday .. 
Stoco, Bogart, and Fullor, on Tucsday and Friday 


Burris Marxs closo as follows :—por Oanadiau lin 


Rogistr 
sos in Canada, 
Derosrrs received, under the regulations of the Post Office Saviags’ Bank, between tha hours 


Regiatored Letters must be posted 20 minutes before the close of each mail, 
Office hours, 7 30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m., Sundays excepted. 


: FOR®BIGN POSTAGH. 
Canada having boon admitted into the Postal Unioa, there is a re-arrangement of Postal 
Papeete aoe rates, as follows : — 
for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, Egypt, France, Algeria, G i 
Yroat Britain and Ireland, Grooce, Italy, Gacenvont’ Mal tan aentenie cient Ps iiaier 
Norway, Persia, Portugal, Azores, Roumania, Russia, St. Pierro, Servia, 


Cubs, Banish Colonies of St. ‘Thomas. St. John, St. Croix, Jamalo 
(Newfoundland is now in the Postal Union, but rates remain as before.) Latte: 
hoz, Postal cards, 2 conte each. "Newspapers, 2 ote for 4 oz seni reba ote ge 


Colonies in Asia, Africa, Ocoanica and Amorica, except St. Pierro and. 3 ia, oh 

Persian Gulf, Portuguoso Colonies ia Asia, Africa and Oosanica, Trinidad? Specie Gritces 
in Africa, Ocoanica and America, except Guba and Porto Rico, 
pore, Penang and Malacca :—Letters, 10 cts. per 4 oz. 


ovinces 


Se 


9:00 p.m, 


200 p.m. 
6:00 p.m, 
5:00 p.m, 
10:00 a.m, 
10:00 a.m, 
10:00 a.m. 


, daily. 
aturday.. 


JODOIN & CO., 


MANUS AOTURERS OF 


Stoves, Shovels etc 


nd for Price List—Office an 
Warchouse, 309 St. Paul St., 


MONTRE AT. 


May 13, 1878, 


121y 


daily. . 12:00 noon. 
12-00 noon, 
12:00 noon, 
12:0) no 

10:00 a.m. 


via Halifax) 
fears vasa ost eW00 pms 
9:00 p.m. 


ion fee, bo, o 


United States, Great Britain, 
India. ; 


f 


Vetherlands, | { 


pain, the Canary 
Bermuda, Bahamas, 
Japan, and Porto Rico, 


nd via United States 


Registration fee, 5 cents, iT 


British Guinea, Ceylon, Greenland, French 


Oceanica, Trinidad, Spanish Colonies 
Straits settlements in Singa- 
Post oards, 4 cts, each. Newspapers, 
Other Registration fees, 10 cents. 


formerly, Prepayment by stamp in all cases, 
J. H, MEAG AM, 
Postmaster. 


S 
PURE COD 


HYPOPHOSPHITES 


This preparation combines the two best remedies 
Chronio Cou Scrof 

bility, and all 

ly esteemed virtues of Cod 


ated that the remedial powers of both are largel 
superior virtues of this combined food and medi 
but much more readily assimilated by the » 


ie in 


giving strength and vigor to the whole body, 


COTT’S EMULSION 


matiam and Diseases of the 
scases of Children. It not only contains the well known and high. 
ver Oil in a form that is tast 

stomach, but in addition, the wonderful tonic and se Piviog. Soperties of the Higrophosphites so iaroroons 
increased. 


rem than plain Cod Liver Oil, i iching 
and purifying the blood, allaying the irritation of the theoat and lun; pe Orne beter See i aay 
Ttis sweetand table to the taste, ni paral leposit 
Nea Te Anes aud uik for Boot@e Mis ubntom a pale ea eee 


LIVER OIL 


OF LIME ANDSODA. 


ever discovered for Consumption, Colds and 
Blood, General De- 


roperties of the Hypophosphites, so incorpor- 
hysicians universally acknowledge the vast! 
all the above diseases. It is not only better tolerated, 


} restoring the impaired functions and 


J. W. BENSON, 


7. “In the belt E, the description and area 
of homesteads and pro-emptions, and railway 
lands respectively, to be as above, and the prices 
of both pre-emptions and railway lands to be at 
the uniform rate of $1 (one dollar) per acre. 

8, ‘The terms of sale of pre-emptions through- 
ont the several belts, B, C, D and E shall be as 
follows, viz.; Four-tenths of the purchase money, 
together with interest on the latter, at the rate 
of 6 per cent, per annum, to be paid at the end 
of three years from the date of entry ; the ro- 
mainder to be paid in six equal annual instal 
ments from and after the said date, with interest 
at the rate aboye mentioned, on such balance of 
the purchase money 'n4_may from time to time 
remain unpaid, to be paid with each instalment. 

9. ‘The terms of sale of raiiway lands to be 
uniformly as follows, viz.: One tenth in cash at 
the tinie of purchase ; the balance in nine equal 
annual instalments, with interest at the rate of 
six por cent. per annum on the balance of pur- 
chase money from time to time remaining un- 
paid, to be paid with cach instalment. All pay- 
ments, either for pre-emptions or for railway 
lands proper, shall be in cash, and not in script 
or bounty warrants. 

10. ‘All entries of lands shall be subject to 
the following provisions respecting the right of 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway or of any 
Government colonization railway conaected 
therewith, viz. : 

a. In the case of tho railway crossing land 
entered as a homestead, the right of way thereon 
shall be free to the vernment, 

J. Where the railway crosses pre-emptions or 
railway lands proper,the owner shall only be en- 
titled to claim payment for the land requred for 
right of .way at the same rate peracre as he may 
have paid the Government for the same. 

1L. “The above regulations shall come into 
force on und after the first day of August next, 
up to which time the provisions of the Dominion 
Lands Act shall continue to operate over the 
ded in the several belts mentioned, 
as relates to the belts A and B, in 
h, up to the said date, homesteads 
of 160 acres each, but no other entries will, as at 
present, be permitted. 

12, ‘‘ Claims to Dominion lands arising from 
settlement, after the date hereof, in territory un- 
surveyed at the time of such settlement, and 
which may be embraced within the limits affect- 
ed by the above policy, or by the extension there- 
of in the future over additional territory, will be 
ultimately dealt with in accordance with the 
terms prescribed above for the lands in the parti- 
cular belt in which such settlement may be 
to be situated. 

“ All entries after the date hereof of unoc- 


ax 

h that wat of the territories has been 
located, after which the same will be finally dis- 
posed of in accordance with the above regula- 
tions, as the same may apply to the particular 
belt in. which such Tands may be found to be 
situate 

14. ‘* The above regulations it will, of course, 
be understood will not affect sections 11 and 29, 
which are public school lands, or sections 8 and 
26, Hudson's Bay Company lands. 

‘Any further information necessary may be 
obtained on application at the Dominion Lands 
Office, O1 from the agent of Dominion 
Lands, Winnipeg,or from any of the local agents 
in Manitoba or.the Territories, who are in pos- 
session of maps showing the limits of the sever- 
al belta above referred to, a supply of which 
maps will, as soon as possible, be placed in tho 
hands of the said agents for general distribu- 
tion.” 

By order of the Minister of the Interior, 
J.S. DENNIS, 
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
Lixpsay Russetr, 
Surveyor General. 


The Great Blood Purifiers! 


/ BRISTOL'S 


» Sarsaparilla 


AND PILLS. 
Establishod 1832, 


Guaranteed to bo an infallible cure for Sorof- 
ula in its worat forms, etubborn, deop-seatod 
Uleors, Syphilis, pilincry, secondary and ter 
thiry; Tumors, Foul Eruptions, Old Sore 
Tctumatiom’, and all diseases or sores produced 
by bad, blood or humort. 

BRISTOL'S SUGAR-COATHD PILLS 
CURE ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS, 
For Sale by all Druggiste and Dealors in 
Medicines. 


PERRY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE, Agents, 
jly3 MONTREAL. 


STOCK’S 


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A 14 FOOT Iron 
Planor run sovon 
days with ONE OILING with 

STOORK'S KX OIL, 
| at tho Josoph Hall Works, Oshawa, Ont, 
My bolt-outting Oil cannot bo boaten, 
G. B. STOOK, 
J, H, HAMBLY, 
Bollovillo 


Watch and Clock Maker 


To THE QuzEN AND Roya Famivy, 

And by Special Appointments to H. R. H. the 
Prince of Wales, H.S. M. the Emperor of 
Russia, the Maharajah of Bardwan, 
and to several Indian Princes. 


PRIZN MEDALS—LONDCH, DUBLIN, AND PARIS. 
BENSON'S | BENSON'S | BENSON'S 


CLOCKS —for|GOLD JEW- 
WATCHES. |\Churches, Tur-/ELLERY, of 
ofevery descrip-lrets, or Publicithe richest and 
tion,suitable for/Buildings, Din-|most exquisite 
allclimatesfrom|ing or Drawing|designs, — with 
£2t0200guineas!/Room, Library, Mono grams, 
Chronograph’, |Carriage, Hall,!Crests & devives 
Chronometer’.-|Church orShop.|Enamelled in 
Keyless Levers, |Perpetual C.l-\Uolors, after de- 


Presentation,—lendars, Wind|signsbythemost 
Repeaters, Rail- Njals, Ac, accomplished 


D 
y G "| Artistic Eng-|Artista in’ the 
Soldiers’& work-|1ish Clocks, dec-|precious metals; 
menu's Watcheslorated —_'with| Brooches, brace- 
ofextrastrength| Wedgwood andjlets, Necklaces, 
other wares, de-| Lockets, Rings. 
signed to suitland all kinds of 
any style of fur- 
niture; also api 
for| 


sof the Court 
Madeland other dis 
solely byBenson|tinguished Per- 


novelties 
presents. 


—from £55s, _sonages. 
Merchants, Shippers, and \holesale Buy- 
ers are specially invited, before sending their 
orders elsewhere, to obtain from the manufac- 
tory the Illustrated Catalogues of Watches, 
Clocks, Chains, Jewellery, Silver, and Elec- 
tro-plate, which are sent post free, as not only 
are the discounts liberal, but a selection can 
be made from the largest stock in the world. 
Orders should be sent direct to the Manu- 
factory, Ludgate Hill. 
Benson’s Pampuuets on Turret Clocks, 
Watches, Clocks, Plate, and Jewellery, sent 
post free. Watches sent safe by post to all 
rts of the world, Steam Factory and City 
how Rooms, Ludgate Hill, London. West- 
end establishment, 25, Old Bond Street. Es- 


ablished 1749. 125y 
GRAY’S Specific Medicines. 


The Great 
English Remedy 
anunfailingoure 
for Seminal 
Weakness, 
aes Exemmscomies 
oe” .1.:,, Lmpotency, an 
Before Taking all diseascs that At’ 
follow as a sequence of Self Abuse, as Loss of 
Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the 
Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature old Age, 
and many other diseases that lead to Insanity 
or Consumption and a Premature Grave. 
sv Full particulars in our pamphlet, which 
we desire to send free by mall to every one. 
sf The Spocific Medicine is sold by all drug- 
gists at $1 per package, or six packages for $5, 
or will be sent by mail on receipt of the mon- 
ey, by addressing 
THE GRAY MEDICINE Co., 
Toronto, O :,, Canada. 


N. B.—The demands of our business have 
necessitated our removing to Toronto, to 
which place please address all future com- 
munications. 

Sold in Belleville by all druggists, and by 
all wholesale and retail druggists in Canada 
d&wly 


and the United States. 


sera ow 


PAPERS! PAPERS ! 


USL RECEIVED at the InTELLIGENGER 
Office, a FINE LOT of 


English, 
American 
and French 


POsT, CAP, LETTER 


—AND — 


NOTE PAPERS, 


CREAM, 


at VERY LOW RATES. 


WEDDING 
INVITATIONS. 


fee RECEIVED, at 


The “Intelligencer” Office, 


A NICE LINE OF 


WEDDING INVITATION PAPER 


AND 
ENVELOPES to Match, 
which will be neatly printed and supplied at 
very low prices for cash. 


LAW YHRS 


CAN BUY 


CHEAPER & BETTER STATIONERY 


Intelligencer Office, 


Lower than any other place in the 


or 
Wo aro prepared to fill all orders from the 
Legal Profession for 
Conveyancing Paper, Brief Paper 
Foolscap, Letter Paper, 

and Envelopes 


15 per Cent. Lower 


han tho prices charged olsewhere. 


Just Opened Out 
75,000 Envelopes 


ALL COLORS! ALL SIZES! 


our principal Office 
directly pppoalte the United States Patent 
wo are ab) 

greater promptness 

pee N pt and despatch and less cost 
tance from 
fore, to employ * 
mako preliminary. examinations ani 


valuable saatter 
merican National Bank, Washi . 
tha Royal Swedlah, Notmien eee, 
Legations, at Washin 


Which will be sold, printed in my quantity, 


CALL AND INSPECT SAMPLES. 


NO PATENT NO PAY. 


in the United States, 
at reduced rates With 
located in Washington, 


yi 
6 to attend to all Patent Business with, 


‘wnada and Europe, 


her patent attorneys, who are at a dia- 
Washington, and’ who have, there- 
associate attorneys.” We 

ake furnish 
pinions as to the patentability, free of charge 
nd all who are interested in new inventions an: 


Patents aro invited to send for a 
“ Guulde for obtaining Patenta,"” whieke ta noe 


ree to any address, and contains complete in- 
tructions how to obtain Patents, and other 

We refer to the German 
C.; 
Danish 
in; Hon.Joucph Casey, 


late Chief Justice U, 8, Court of Claims, to the 


Officials of the U. 8. Patent Ott 
tora and Members of Congress fone and 


Appnress: LOUIS BAGGER & Co.. Bolici- 


tors of Patents and Attorneys at Law, Le Droit 
85th 


Building, Washington, D.C. 


ADVERTISING 


Has created many a new businces; 
Has enlarged many an old business ; 
H # revived many a dull Losiness ; 
Has rescued many a lost businces ; 

ed many a falling business 5 
Has preserved many a large business ; 
And insures success in any business, 


ee circulation of the 


Daily and Weekly 
“Tutelligencer, 


Has greatly increased during the last year 
and new names are being continually added 
to our subscription list. 


It is acknowledged to be the most widely 
en per in Central Ontario, Business men, 
ere! 


fore, will find it to their advantage to 
advertiae in the INTELLIGENCER 


ENVELOPES. 


UST RECEIVED, at the INTELLIGENCER 
Office, a large Stock of 


ENVELOPES, 


BLUE and sweep,| White, Colored, and 


Tinted, 


ALT SIZES. 
Cheaper than can be obeaed the Vity; 


_—_ 


CHURCH ENVELOPES, 


supplied, either plain or printed, cheaper than 
can be obtained elsewhere. 


Aug. 3, 1878. . 
ee 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER 


ablished about five o'clock over 

Is siternoan “(Sunday's excepted), and w 
be furnished by Carriors at the rate of $5 per 

year if paid in ‘advance, $6 00 otherwise. 
Special attention will be paid to r portirg 
the procoedings of Courts of Law, Oorperations, 
Public Meetings, &o., &o., and in short neither 
ins nor expense will be spared to make the 
Bary INTELLIGENCER worthy of putlio par 


ronage. 


RATES OF ADVERTISING, 


beral scale of prices or advertisements 
has ee ereangel as follows: 
Cards, six linos or under, 6 month ,. $5 00 
do do 12 do 8 00 
Half square, 6 months.. 12 00 
do 12 eo a ca 
6 lo 
One sanaces £ do 2 v0 
ares, 6 0 
mee 12 Be be ue 
Three squares, 6 C) 
aajs 12 oe pe oy 
6 lo 
Hour eae ce pour 
See G Peete Ms 
lo of Marri . 
do of Deaths... 
Advortisors contracting for any space not 


loss than half a square, can have the privilege 
of ohan ving their advertisomonts every two 


Ms 
"transient advortisoment {nserted at 10 ta. 
por line for first insortion, and four cents for 
oach additional insertion. 


15 per cent lower than any House 
in Belleville 


At the INTELLIGENCER Office, 


AND 


FOR ANY 
Aro on salo at the 


BANK, 


Whore Advortising Contracts onan bo mada 


Intelligencer Office 


THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER 


Is publishod every Thursday morning at $1.50 


rannurn if in advance, If not paid at 
tho timo of L eeiptleny $2.00 will inv. y 
bo oharged. 

‘A liboral discount made to those who ad- 


vortiso by tho yoar, 

‘Advertisments for nsortion must be dollv- 
erod before noon on \Vednosday, te insure 
thoir Peas . 

All advortisomonts without written diroo 
tions Inserted until forbid, and charged ao- 
cordingly, 


PROTEST NOTICES “DAILY INTRLEIGRNONR."~—Trintod 


for the INTELLIGENCER PRINTING 
AND PUBLISHING COMPANY, (Limit. 
od), at tholr Offices, cornor of Frovt and 
Matket-Strocts, Ballovill, by W. A. 
SHEPARD, Printor and Publisher, 


PATENT Sa 


obtained for Inventors, 


SENTIAL—CHARITY IN ALL. 


ALITY IN THINGS NOT FE 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO. FRIDAY, 


LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS ESSENTIAL—LIE 


AUGUST 


VoL. 13. NO. 88. 


ron Railroad, On Wednesdays and Saturdays Jewish visit- 


lo 2 : ® = —, - 
1879, 187% | Chicago & Lo g " | 
SPRING ARRANGEMENTS “CONDE TABLE Business Divectory. |[->) BENSON'S GAPCINE || Nes ia | ore to Coney Inland aremoet numerous, Yer | VALUABLE RESIDENCES 
y oa Bastwi wa] 4 = Te | terday Jewish faces were plentiful among the AND PE. ‘ 
; —weteanl STATIONS. Pa 7 E Denmark & Northrup, POROUS PLASTER. alae | snasedd Mab ees th hotel Valea ios | GROUNDS FOR SALE 
=F le . Atanas ARRISTERS, &o. Offices lately ocou- A WONDERFUL REMEDY. ee se Siloa\ aca tate , aloe x ve 
LLAN LINE, | fo Temettarnaras ine | BAMA aman REMEDY, a arated; prion non rranog temas 2 
ALLAL 4 Ha, | ts \GetFunction|9.29° [1037 | Joliet ‘ rk, | s tween it nnd the Avil Intelligencer. | stand at Manhattan Beach. Atfirtit xeem-| WEST BELLEVILLE 
, . : | 16 301 5) 2.00pm: Ra Sasiany 6.00pm: 7.15am | 5 atoney to Loan—Priyate and Pompey eaten ah mal rem == : : | ee o pete ds Inrdetianialsand Toraslibes were te SHEE d 
‘ ‘ 1 10:30. | 2.00 “Bay C 5.00 Telia | eae Sows" NET Genitatne wie ed OUR NB ‘ ae | nearly equally divided, but later in the after. ZRE will be sold by 
apy =e - ol = ; Noon EalbE lew modi BW YORK LATTER. | noon cither because of a fairer estimate, 0 
NK Be | Pinar isisen| S06 | Ty ARIISPERS Roe Olleer Robertaon PURan ea Wetauae) the, Jeys had esepered oer | PUBLIC AUCTION 
es 


Block, cast side of Front Street, Bolle- 


gthening and curative properties 


New York’s New Ovaim.—Tur Greatest 


Island, it was seen that they numbored only 


em 640 en at tho office-of Ralph Pard i F 
Ca F5e am|.. Durand ..! 4.49) I Ville, oo  Pankka Waowil re cien Th youn are Peesley will ona Ware KING PLACE 1N THe Won.p,— | about one third of tho persons in the assemb- | Bridge Street, City of Telleville, Fei cose 
§ tT E A HT Td LIVER P 0 OL | pm Gr'nd Rapids 10.4 : a Stubborn Foop vor Evnore.—Gawpiens ox | lage. President Corbin says he objected only | SATURDAY, 2380 DAY OF AUCUST NEXT, 
At iB Lansing ao Int & Jellett. art Diseased rae Racorn Epor.—A Prev ar to those Jows whose manner is offensive to | at the hour of twelve a’clock noon, the follows 
HendondernyrandsClokgew. Wee 5 Oe ST oy CHEAT heart, and all ills for w Sanna piacere Conry Istanp | nice people. The company pays Levy £450 | 98 Property, namely : i 


1H HE frat-olass Clyde built iron steamships Vicksburg. 12.00 ora in Chancery, Notaries Publio, &e. | HA0y "(or ‘Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster and From o ular o 
of tho Allan line, (oarrying the Canadian Bobsolora tt) 12:48 Belleville Onis = 917 7 take no other, Sold by all Drugglats.. Price (From our regular Correspondent, ) Meyers, Somo porsons mye written threat | | A family residence with grounds attached 
and United States Mails,) will be despatched {Se Ate | Joux J. Bi Furst. Monaax J ate Bent en sreceipedhipdeatine Reabury Nzw Yonx, August 2nd, 1879, | “Bing letters to Corbin, but, on the other | ohne Jot nun a the south side of Lewis J 
1 uth Bend. shnson, 21 Platt Street, New York. P aes: Street, in Wes adjoining the reai- i 


aud Londonderry 


from Halifax for Liverp 
ovory Saturday, as follow 


Battle Creek | 1 


Valpar'vo.t 7.00am 


Accommodation trains leave Port Huron 10,00 


« 
ft 


Delancy & Ostr 
OD Attorneys, o 


are used, it is simply the best krown remedy, 


New York is now never quite #0 deserted 
as formerly, even in the midst of the warmest 


a wook, 


l cne of the stock holders is Julien | 


PARCEL L 


a8, Eaq., License Inspector, 
The premises comprise abont 


SAILINGS FROM HALIFAX . oti The adverse critic: half sre of Jand, 
am., 845 p.m. + : f |, | action. he adverse criticism is from unedu- | balf an acre of ‘and, and on them are erected 
POLYNESIAN, — March Ist THirough Coaches are run between Port Huron See 2 x Pea eee iar nated carrera a good rough cat house 16x 24, with kitehen 
ARMATIAN, and East Saginaw and Bay City without change, | - kta icetraws  Solicis very well-to-do people stay Avovu attachec x 24, and barn 18 feet square, 
HIBERNIAN, “15th. sor, Hlawhy Fownece, W. B. Davis, | PR SEBISTERS, “Attornoywat-Law, foil: in town, and only go oat for short trips, "the - _ AVC" | with outhouses ‘complete, - ‘There are also a 
MOUGAVIAN, 32nd. ~. dl Supt. NIT KtAG: | Shanica’ lien chacs, Conveyancers, & system of living in flats, and the opening wa: ; handsome lawn, a number of fine grown Jooust 
OIRCASSIAN, ** 29th, For information as to rates, ete,, apply to E, aoe nen On eey tC F P Bway Lord Mayor's Banquet, and maple trees, excellent orchard, goud well 
CASPI! April Sth. Ras City Ticket Agent, Huron House, Port e over Clark's Drag A of Coney Island as a fashionable resort being as and cistern, &c. J 
Huron, Mich. 1 » and Front Streets, Belleville. principally responsible for the change. Thero| Lonp Exsconsriecy on THe Taeaty ov 


RATES OF PASSAGE, 


From Bellevillo to Liverpool or London 
derry, vic Halifax. Oabin $67.50, §80,50 and 
$90, swcording to position of state-room. 

Tatermodiate, with lirat-class Railway $47. 

Steorago, do. $32. 

Childron 1 to 12 years half price, under 


1 3 “ , ie &c., &o, Ovvice—In McAn iany'r = rat hg ay peared to have assumed a very c st, | and cellar for a large house on the premi 
A yeahs Be caneedinaten inventions: tae ane ; be Rail dings Cossaste® Fron band Bridge Streets experience. The'regularity—the fixity —upon | and we wore acc Tolaepeit sagan entra y The above a will he cid stata 
Steerage tickets aro issued without extra| fy us Being oppositethe US, Patent Office, | Balloville, Ont BAR ACLS which the actual permanence of family lifo | impracticable treaty, and it was charged that | gain. Title indisputable, Possession given 
charge, to or from Liverpool, Londonderry, gaged in Patent business exc Sam’l. 8. Wallbridge, Jr. LL. B.. depends waa thus subject to annual shocks, | oder the pretext of acquiring a scientific | at once, = 
Se peonio say Gesgaw, Be fast, London, Bris: | sively, wo can sccuro patonts in less time | f™TORNEY-AT-LAW, solicitor in Chay which somo’ aro only too happy to avoid by | {ndian frontice wo had launched the country | For farther particulars apply to > 
than those who are remote from Washington, availing themeclves of such mitigations of ee sear ak BELL & BELL, 


Tho last train connooting with the Ocean 
Steamer at Halifax, passes Bollevillo every 
Thurs lay at noon, Passongers go at’once on 
board, 


Aw xperisnce! Sargoon acoompanios vach 
vossal, 

Bert» no secured until paid for. 

Porsuns wishing to send for thoirfrionds can 
obtain passago certificates at lowest rates from 
England, Ireland or Scotland, to any railway 
atation in Canada or the Unitod States. (Whon 
tickets are not used the amount is returned, 
loss a amall deduction, ) 

Tntorme liats and steorage Stewardoszos aro 
appointed to each of the vessels, 


For through tlokets and overy {nformation 


obtained for now inventions, or for improve 
monts inoldones. Caveats, Trado Marks and 
all patent business promptly attended to 


avd who must depend upon the mails in all 
transactions with the Patent Office, 

When Inventors sond model or sketch wo 
make search io the Patent Office and advise as 
to ita patentability /ree of charge. Correspou 
donce contidential? prices low, and no 
charge unless patent is obtained. 
We refer to Hon, | ostmaster General D, M. 
Key, Rev. F. D. Powsrs, to officials in the 
U. S. Patent Office, and especially to our 
clients in every State of the Union and in 
Canada. For special roforonces, terms, advice, 


&eo,, Address 
«. SNOW & CO., 
Orrostre Patent Orv.ce, Wasiinortoy, D. 


PATENTS. 


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O.W. Perenson,. B.A, 


Geo. De Dickson, 
Beer , &e., Post Office Block, 
Bridge Street, Belleville. 
E. McMahon, 
TTORNEY-at-Law, Solicitor in Chancery 


cery, Conveyancer, &c, Orrice—No. 4, 
ham’s Block, entrance from Campbel; 
Bolloville, Ont. d&w tf 


David &. Robertson, 
{Suonerany Granp Junction Rarway 
‘OMPANY,) 

AGRTER ERE Law, Solicitorin Chance: y 
i Notary Public, &c., &c. Ovrick—No. J, 
over the Post Office, Bogart’s Block, Bridge 

Street, Belleville, Ont. 
P. S.—Monoy tolend on oauy terms ad 
Mortgagos bought and wold 


i 


Stroot, 


Elisha Wesley, 
SSUER of Marriago Licensos, at the office 
of M. B. Roblin, Front St., Belleville. 


This Great Household Medicine 
ranks amongst the leading 
necessaries of Life. 

These famous Pills purify the BLOOD, and 
act most powerfully, yet soothingly on the 


Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, 


and BOWELS, giving tono, onergy, and vigor 
to these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE. 
They are confidently recommended as a never 
failing remedy in all cases where the consti- 
tution, from whatever canse, haa become im- 
paired or weakened. They are wonderfally 
efficacious in all ailments incidental t 

3 and asa GENERAL 

1 


was always more or less of troublo in leaving 
town for the summer season, aa the household 
must be broken up, eorvants discharg.d and 
the mombers -keparated, to come together 
again with habits and ideas modified, and per- 


haps injuriously disturbed by tho summer's 


mid-summer heats as are within their reach, 
ani retaining the safety and comfort of their 
homes, Bovides this class of residents, many 
Southerners find in New York all the require- 
mente of a watering place, in ite nearness to 
the acashore, and the freedom and convenience 
of space and proximity to large stores, which 
cannot be found at the regular summer resorts. 
To such an extent is New York inhabited 
that an offort is made to maintain a sort or 
tocial Jife. Parties are made that do not as- 
semble under the blazing light of a chandelier, 


but meet and dine together at Manhattan or | 


Beni, 
Loxpoy, Aug. 6. 
At the Lord Mayor's banquet at the Man- 
sion Houre to-night lord Weaconafield. reply- 
ing to the toast of ‘Her Majeaty’s Ministers,” 
said :—When' I last addressed you, affairs ap- 


cable treaty has been fally executed. Not a 
single Russian soldier now remains in Turkey, 
he Czar has honorably fulfilled his engage- 
ments, and 13 now co-operating with England 
and the Powers in endeavors to maintain 
peace, It has been stated that ‘Turkey has 
rot been so faithful in executing her en- 
gagements, avd that, consequently, we had 
not realized the reforms in her provinces pro- 
mised by the Sultan; butitis only just to 
consider that her domains were only a few 
days since freed from the presence of their 
invader, and since the signature of the Treaty 
of Berlin questions more numerous and more 
difficult in rearrangement of the Turkish pro- 
vinces have risen before the Sultan than have 
probably risen within the same time before 


PARCEL IL 
Also at the same time, on yery reasonable 


and lot 6, south side ‘of * Pine Street, in the 
Grove, near the residence of L. H. Hender- 
son, Feq.. nearly balf an acre of land, good 
rough cast house, &c., also a stone foundation 


Vendors Solicitors, 
Dated this 30th Jaly, 1879, 


The Hastings Loan & luvestment 
Society, Capital $250,000, 


SAVINGS BANK DEPARIMENT. 
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS. 


. 
4 pute above Society is now prepared to re- 

ceive deposits at the rate of 6 per cent, 
per annum, for any penod, ani payable on 
demand. 


apply to B.S. Willson, M. D © Vrig sacl sonls ine * arch heretofore. Id t wish t All investments in this Society are secured 
Bef U. E. THOMPSON. PHYRICIAN AND SURGEON, righton Beach, take moonlight sails on the | SOY Ott relative to the Treaty of Berlin, | BY mortzago on Real estate, which aftords to 
5 N, = Had a fee AA 1 ything y 5 + i B 
Agent Allan Line, 5 = A RADUATE of the University of McGill, udson, or enjoy a promenade and cooling | Ty,is treaty bas taken its place among the | depositors the best possible security for the - 
Canadian Expross Office, Montreal. Late House Apothecary of a glass of lemonade at a summer garden con- | archives of the Capitals of Europe. Its. end | {ety of their deposits. 
Marolr 1879 Belleville. : R O Y A i the Montroal General Hospital. Residence HO OWA S OINTMENT: Bak js to anmure the geseral poace, and if dangers | ,,TBe office will be opened from 7 to.9 p.m, 
aT o innacie s 5 = - bs Hct i ‘ nm Saturday ovenin, 
- ee . The young lalies) dauabters of professional, | 2nd aisisultles superrens|sn\ tis comntriee)£6)/ ti hit ae 


ae 
eae afliss 
an 


NSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 


J, E. Eakins, M.D., 


TORONTO UNIVERSITY, 


Its searching and Heating Pro- 
perties are known throughout the 
World. 


men principally, who stay in town, find it not 
£0 much of a sacrifice after all, for the young 


which tho treaty specially relates, I belicye 
its conditions aud resources will suffice for 
every eventuality. Regarding the Indian 


Sums of one dollar and upwards received on 
deposit for which interest will be allowed at 


ICENTIATE Royal College Physicians ; ; ; the rate of 
Lraniuiry oy SHAREHOLDERS UNLmrrEn. L Licontiato Royal College Surgeons, and} or tho curo of BAD LEGS, Bad Breasts, | ™°™ “t@ not at Baritone mod iat in apoio ar ed erik gine ziti an Res 3 aaa bas DC PHILLIPS, 
The Steamer “ UTICA,” — Licentiate Midwifery, Edinburgh. Fa sg | way at Newport. ‘They are in city atores and | the Zata war, it ie belinvel that in a very Booretayy. 
J. A PORTE, Carrary, Carat = = + = _ $10,000,000] Pillice, No. Sy eee orm Old Wounds,Sores and Ulcers, | offices, earning their salaries which they can- | short timo news will arrive giving a satisfac. | Belleville, Aug. 1, 1879. 79dlm 
TLL eave Trenton every” morging | AC \uarTvcoun <2 7F 000, 000 8 it isan infallible remedy. If effectually rub- | 2°t ford to relinquish, and are only absent | tory solution of ail the AGicrn questions: As 
eT etna Dis, ve 000, J. E. Dickson L. DiS. TN escaetnelty Tab” | for the. week or ten days’ vacation, which is to the commercial depression of the country, P U R EB 


(Sandays excepted) at 6 o'clock, call- 
ing at Rednorvillo and all Potts between the 
head of the Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville 
atSa,m, Will leave Picton at 1 p m. on re- 
turn for the head of tho Bay; leaving Belle- 


The ROYAL Insurance Company has the 
largest surplus of any Fire Insurance Company 
in the world. 


ville at 5 p. m. 
_Omuibuses in waiting at Picton and Belle- 


0. 
W. H. CAMPBELL, 


5 Agent, Belleville, 
P, F. MCCUAIG, Agent, Picton. 
April 28, 1879. d&w 


PICTON AND BELLEVILLE. 


THE STEAMER 


CITY OF BELLEVILLE, 


H. BOGART, CAPTAIN, 
W ILL leave Picton DAILY, (Sundays ex- 
cepted), at 6.a.m., calling at all Ports 
between Picton and Belleville. D 
Will leave Belleville at 3 p.m., for Picton. 
Mabing conacction with the Napanee steam- 
er at Mill Point, morning and evening. 
W, H. CAMPBELL, 
Agent, Belleville. 


Insures Churches, Schools, Dwellings, Stores, 
Merchandise, Warchouses, &c, against loss by 
fire, at oquitable rates. 
Rovurn & Tarixy, Chief Agents, Montreal. 
T. DONNELLY, 
Agent, Belleville. 


THE SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL 


Fire Insurance Comp'y of Glasgow. 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO BRANCH. 
HEAD OFFICH, 
7 Toronto St. Torofito. 


Jonx L, Buarxrs, Esq., Chairnian, President 
Canada Landed Credit Company. 

Joun S. Puayrarr, Esq., (of Bryce, McMur- 
rich & Co.) 

Writtam ALexaxper, Esq., Vico-President 
Federal Bank of Canada, 


Sunoron Dantvist. 
Orrice—Corner Bridge and Front sts. 
Entrance on Bridge Street. 
i. W. Branscombe, 
E AS removed his DENTAL OFFICE 
cross the street, over Davenport's 
Far Store. : Fide w he 
x 
Ss 


Jos. Caldwell, 
URGEON DENTIST, formerly of Belle- 
ville, late of Ottawa, has opened an office 
in Roberteon’s new block, Front Street, Belle- 
ville. Teeth extracted without pain, 


Dr. Higinbotham, 


John J. Fariey, M. D. 
FFICE.—Front Street, over Chandler 
Drug Store, Residenco—Dafoo House, 
. Dr. Wi. James 
t AS removed his office to his residence, 
ee Church Street, near the Kingston 
oad. 


( 


S, A. Abbott, M. D., 

G RADUATE of Quoon’s University, and 
WH member of the Colloge of Physicians and 

Surgoons of Ontario. Orrice—Over Clarke's 

Drug Store, Corner Front and Bridgo Streets, 


it Cures SORE THROAT, Diphtheria, Rron 
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and even ASTHMA. 
For Glandular Swellings, Abscesses, Piles, 
Fistulas, 


Gout, Rheumatism, 


And every kind of SKIN DISEASE, it has 
never been known to fail. 

Tho Pills and Ointment are Manufactured 
only at 

533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, 


And aro sold by all Vendors of Medicines 
throughout the Civilized World ; with direc- 


keep the American Counterfeits for sale, will 
be prosecuted, 

»v Purchasers should look to the 
Label on the Pots’ and Koxes. If 
the address is not 5 Oxford 
Street, London, they are spurious. 


the limit of the holiday time afforded them. 
There are but fow resources, of course, at this 
sedson, The thoatres aro intolerable, and 
friends ‘‘in town" scarce, It is, therefore, an 
agreeable surprise to find young ladics at home, 
charming in summer muslins and fluttering 
ribbons, ready to entertain and be entertained, 
glad to show off their accomplishments in con- 
cocting cooling drinke, and suggesting an alto- 
gether new ideal of home life, with the happy 
circumstances of which the thermometer is 
not allowed to interfere. 


the shape of grain, flour and provisions, The 
damage to and failure of the crops on the Eu- 
ropean continent ; the exodus of farmers from 
Gregt Britain ; the demand for supplics caused 
by tho war in Africa, and neveral other causes, 
have led to an oxtra call this scason on the 
farm products of this country. How much of 
this largo trade is likely to como to New York 
is also agitating the mindsof many. Hereto- 
fore calculations could have been made with 
some degree of cers#mty a3 to the proportion 


one of the secondary causes is imprudent 
speculation, and there are always signs of its 
amelioration. If there are good barvests in all 
parts of the world, I believe the darkest days 
of the depression will have been seen, Lord 
Beaconsfield insisted that landed property 
ought to continue as at present. The conclu- 
sion of Lord Beaconsfield’s speech was re- 
ceived with frantic cheers. 


How the Parvsian Belles Dance and 
Walk. 


(From the Paris Register.) 


breeding and blue blood. ‘Le Petit 
Corporal,” it is related, used to have but 
one personal vanity, his small white hands. 
But in this age of tramps and professional 
“ walkists,” of Alpine climbers and ladies 
who porambulate the Tyrol and Appenines 
with alpenstock in one hand and sketch 
book in the other, a good sized foot is not 
to be despised or looked upon with disfay- 
or. We flanours walk constantly, partly 
because we pick up a deal of information 
thereby, partly becauso we carry light 


WWE bie inst received, DIRECT from 


Messrs, JOHN D. KUYPER & SONS, © 
Rotterdam, Holland, 


HOLLAND GIN. 


Tho Gin mannfactured by Messrs, John De- _ 
Kuyper & Sons sTILt neTArNs tho reputation 
gained many years ago of being the best and 
PUREST article of the kind. ‘Tho best evidence 
of this is the fact that it commands the mon- 
EsT Prick in the leading wholesale markets of 
the world. 


May 5, 1879. d&w Ixsrzctor—Roserr McLean. a eR pee ae of the export of produco which would pass | pocketbooks, which do not _burdon us on Wallbridge & Clarke 
THE STEAMER HASTINGS Restpent SxoneTARY-—Lawnuxcr Bucuan, “vans & Bolger, through the hands of merchants in this city ; | OUF journey. z wish ue Oe eye : ridg' " 
$ F ROVINCIAL LAND SURVBYORS pabarith ithe unnsdal’ facilities) provided’ by,{| \veatos oO Leary, ion Sat smash? Grocers AND 


wm leave Belleville EVERY MORNING, 
(Sudays excepted 
urlay, when she will leave at 2:45 a. m. 
Returning, will leaye Kingston for Belleville 
and intermediate ports at any m. 
‘The “ Hastings’ connects at Kingston with the 
G.T. R. going East and West; the Royal Mail 


000, 


Doposited with the Govornmont at Ottawa 
for seourity of Canadian Policy Holders, $100, - 


This Company issues Policies of Insurance 
against loss or damage by fire or lightning on 
mercantile, manufacturing, farm and house- 
hold risks, at current rates, 

Policies are issued from and losses settled 


R. NEWBERY, 
_ Agent. 


QUIN 


75.6m 


Architects, Civil Engineers and Land 
Agents, Office—Dominion Buildings, Bridge 
Strect, Belleville. Surveying in all ite 
branches in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to, Drawings, Specifications, 
ofinventions proparod,and Patonts aj Pp) 

Jous D. Evans, Tuos. O. 
PLS, C0. BE. & A. 


Thomas Gardner, 
LAIN and Ornamental Plasterer, Slate 
Roofer, Comenting, &o, Centre Piecer 
made to order. 
Rurexexces—Hon. Robert Read, Wm. E 


The Promoter and Perfector of 
Assimilation, 


The Reformer and Vitalizer of 
the Blood, 


Producer and Invigorator 


other ports for the exportation of the products 
of the United States, and the now almost per- 
fect system of trade between Chicago and Cin- 
cinnation the one hand, and Great Britain 
and the continent of Europe on the other, and 
at cheaper rates than can be made by New 
York dealers, no calculation can be made here 
until the business is being actually transacted: 
This condition of affairs not only affects the 
flour and grain trade, but also the majority 
of the provision merchants, many of whom 


who is perpetually carrying the star-spang- 
led banner from Maine to Texas and al- 
ways coming back where ho isn't wanted, 
would come over to La Bello France and 
teach the natives how to walk, Thoro are 
two things which the French can learn 
profitably from ‘‘ those dreadful Ameri- 
cans” how to dance and howto walk, The 
French do not yet know which side of the 
walk to take when they meet one another, 
If it rains and they have no umbrella, of 
course they hug the wall. If it 1s clear, 
and they meet you in a narrow place, they 
seem undecided whether to take the insido 


Wrxe Mrrcuants. 


Encourage Native Industry. 


To Marble Dealers, Furniture 
Dealers, Plumbers, &c. 
WING to extensive additions to my Fao 
tory of the latest improved may 
am now prepared to furnish all kinds of Mar- 
ble and Granite work at greatly reduced prices. 
Firet quality Marble tops for Furniture and 
Plumbers’ use, 60. por Yoor—old price 90c.— 


fiers See Ceara vineess an Ee eet att of Nerve and Muscle. regard the outlook with anything but cheer or the outsido, and after confusing you for a a ne reduction on all other kinds of mar+ 
steamers for Rideau Canal and Ottawa, (NSURAN MPeAN eyes, Dee. OO SE CS | Phe Builder and Supporter of | fulness, notwithstanding tho increased demand aoe ti thing end uscally:/ by, oc bee: Deny Sears 2 

- r 5 somo seconds they end usually by My Ixrerxationat Scoron Granite, both 

For farther information apy ener, R. CE Com? Y¥ | Phenix Fire Assurance of London Brain Power. which, it is apparent, will be made for Amer: | ing in between you and tho house front. Red yaa c has almost entirely superseded 


Belleville, May 5, 1879. 


FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS, : 


Tux Commopiovs Anp Favonrre PAssencen 
axp Freiour Sreamen 


ALEXANDRA, 
Carr, Som, 
ILL leave Trenton every Monday morn- 
ing at six o'clock, and Belleville at 
nino o'clock, for ports an above, running all 
the Rapids, including Lachine. 
Returning, leaves Montreal every Thursday 


Of Liverpool and London. 


FIRE AND LIFE, 
Capital, £2,000,000 Stg, 
Invested Funds £ 589,027 * 


FORBES & MUDGE, 
Mowtr rat, 
Chief Agonts for Cannda, 
W, A. Sirerarp, Agont, Bolleville. 


To Steam Users, 


HE Canadian Steam Users’ Insurance As- 
sociation make careful and periodical in- 


STABLISHED LN 1782, 
A SSURANOES granted on Town, Village, 
and Farm Buildings and Property, or 
most favorable terms. 
GEO, E.BULL, Agent. 
Stirling, lat Ang. 1876, 


“Ontario Loan Society” 
ee 2 a and a quarter por cent, 


“Farmers’ Friend Loan Co.,” 


Lend money at seven per cont, in any sums 
for any timo, 


large amount of private funds for 
nt at reasonable rates. 


Fellows’ Compound Syrup is composed of 
Ingredients identical with those which 
constitute Healthy Blood, Muscle and 
Nervo and Brain Substance, whilat Life it- 
self is directly dependent upon some of 
them, 

By its union with tho blood and its effect 
upon the muscles, reestablishing the one 
and toning the other, it is capable of effect- 
ing the following results: 


It will displaco or wash out tuberculous 
matter, and thus cure Consumption, 

By increasing Nervous and Muscular 
Vigor, it will cure Dyspepsia, feeblo or 
interrupted action of the Heart and Palpi- 
tations, Wenknoas of Intellect caused by 
grief, weary, overtax or irregular habits, 
Bronchitis, Acute or Chronic, Congestion 


ican farm producta, 

The inquiry into the sheriff's ofico is de- 
veloping a system of blackmailing that surely 
must lead to a thorough reform. It ia very 
evident whenever a civil arrest has bean 
made the practice in the office has beon to 
squeeze out of the the unfortunate prisoner 
every dollar his pecuniary condition will bear 
for, any privileges extended to him,and not to 
relearo him from the clutches of an officer 
until ho has been bled as profusely as possible, 
Tho law provides that the feo shall be thirty: 
six conts fora bail bond ; but any amount 
from twelve dollars upwards Las boon extort- 
od from the unfortunate prisoner. A hundred 
dollars for a day’s liberty has been exacted 


If you are walking with a fellow companion 
many males imagino that the correct thing 
is to rush in betwoon you and your friends. 
This might bo called the ‘* golden mean 

botween tho two extremes, Bu it’s meant 
no do, however. Much as I admire the 
French ladies, I think their pace lacks tho 
grace which Virgil ascribes to Venus in the 
firat book of the Auneid, where he says :— 
“Thus having said, sho turned, and made ap- 


ear, 
Her neck refulgent and dishev 1 hair, 
Which, flowing from her shoulders, reached the 
ground | 
And widely spread au 
Tn length of train descends her sw 
‘And by her graceful walk the Queen of 
nown.” 

You soo that tho groat Latin poot not 

only admired a beautiful neck and locks 


rosial scents around 
ping gown 
wove is 


the Aberdeen Granite, both in this country 

and tho United States, The columns for the 

interior of the new Stato House at Albany are 

now being ™ of it, at my factory. 

Sond for designs, prices and sample of stone, 
R. FORSYTH, 

International Scotch Granite Works, 
10;:3m.alt Montreal, 


—% N otice to Creditors. 


[Patan of Chapter 107, Seo. 34 Ree 

vised Statutes of Ontario, notice is hereby 
givon, that all Creditor and other persons 
having ay debt or claim upon or affevting in 
any way tho estate of 


WDMONDS CBANDLBER, 
late of the City of Belloville, in the County of 


P spoction of Steam Boilers, givo skilful advic Ff 

at noon, for Riverand Bay Ports, For fur- ) BLVO BKLUTO advice Apply to fi on undor arrest by theso romorsoless », but he had tistic | H va, in tho Province of Ontario and Do+ 

on, A 4 as to their F 7 = pply = J : 5 - ~ oat th \ , | from mon y flowing rich and free, but he had an ar’ ‘aatings, ) n 
aad apply to the Captain on agaist ae merited ra dma ad FLINT & JELLETT, of the lungs, oven in the most_alarming sharps, and where a hundred dollars was not | oyo to the way in which his beauties stepped | minion of Coun, ee De ist, de- 
mS W. H. CAMPBELL, but competent Inspectors employed. ” Special Pac iiere ee s Asthma, Loss of Voico, Nou-| forthcoming the privilege could be scoured for | out, Virgil liked a ** good atoppor © it it | 9 ol, who die on the 111h day: of February 
Oe, Agent. | attention given to the economizing of steam, | HYelloville, Aug. 23 1878. “vite | ralgia, St. Vitus Danco, Epileptic Fits, | ten. evident Bat how pgnravated ho would | juired to soul in full particulars of their and 
ile, April 3 79, of fuel, &o, vam Engines indicated, z Whooping Cough, Nervousnors, and 1avo beon to got alongside one o 0 OO ee haterel nea Heriky Hens 
Bolloville, April 30, 1879 d&w | ond plans and spocilications of Bollore ced hooping Cough, Nervousnors, and in a! AQ panio haa boon created among tho down. | to)" ov ttmers, aud to have to adapt hia | cach of th ir claims to Laverence Henty J fen 


BANKING OFFICE — 


o GEO. ©. ROBB, eat a similar namo, no other proparation is a | tion of former virtuous spasws, but now they | ‘* graceful walk ” with not too much ngita- February, 1870, by the Surro te Court of the 
Chiot Engineer. substitute for this under any circumstan- | admit only the most approved habituos, Four tion of tho ‘ swooping gown. wernt Ont aid to their addreas, Post Office 
rom o AUNGER, Ne, PAGIFIC RAILWAY TENDERS. | ces. houses on Ann and Fulton streets have taken — box 93, Belleville, or left at the Law Office of - 
i b gent for Belleville and vicinity, — | POY on CN pecreeasls ¥ 1 vacation, and their proprietors aro playing | Dr, King’s California Golden Com- | p, H, Henderson, Bacig Meena aa Rae 
——— ELLOWS, St, John, N. B., o: vol. | " : Yampbell Streot, 'd City o! 
J is not easily earned theso ’ pecs On nie YO" | against the races at Brighton Beach and Sara- pound rth Camp treot, in said City of Bolle- 


Barpox Sraeer, Bercavitix, Ont, 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold. 


Doposita received, subjoct to withdrawal 


Enginos made, and thoir oroction supervised. 
head Office, 50 Front St, East, "Toronto, 
HON. ALEX, CAMPBELL, 


timos, but it can bo mado in 

threo months by any one of 

Y  oithor nox, in any part of tho 

country, who is willing to work atondily at the 
employment that wo tarnish, 866 por wook 
in yourown town. You need not be awa 
from homo ovor night. You can givo yor. 

whole timo to tho work, or only at pare 
momenta, Wo have ageuta who aro marin 

over $20 porday. All who engage at once - 


t notice, Interest allowod at 4 and 6 | make monoy fast, At tho prose os > * nginocr’s Oilice Aldroas Baxran & Co., Bankors, a. othe °c 1 to go toyour Denggiat, J 
barat 545: 4 | caniiog be reads 3 casily aaa rapicnes asoney | te Pci Railway Enginocr's Olloes, in| 77, 17 Wall Rt. Now Vork | followed clerks and othors who hay ; FSI Ho torial battle free gf charge, which | at the time of such distribation, 
< | other Prsinieas,, Tt conte nothing toys | ¥. BRAUN, | Gnpos OWI A CONGR TOR | Mn Ww ontennte thoir places of businens and | A™) BOL it, rovular onodollar bottle will | Dated the 10th day of July 
$5 to $20 yarth F a We pr he uae errae and $0 Onell free, | Ad trea " “Secrotary. | h oe rei Sed of 100 pages, sotiletng roportod the fact to their employers, Ibis] go Awk for Dr. elit heehee eet! 
wor fran Srinuow & Co, | at onoe H, Havvwrr & Co., Pr ‘ 4 cies Sf da B yatom of ospionage will bo kopb | Gomrouny, aud tako no other Jas, Clarke 
Portland, Maine® #.& Co., Portland, Maino, | Dopartmont of Railways ond Canals, | lists of 2000 nowspapori,and entfrate show anid that tho syatom of ospionage will bo kopt | C Oued a ae Q ata 


Fish-plate Bolts, & Spikes. 


PPAENDERS will be 

signed until noon of WEDNESDAY, the 
20th day of AUGUST, for tho supp ; 
tons of Fish-plate Bolts and Nuts, and 700 
tons of Railway Spikes. 


Tordera must be on the printed form, 


which, with all other information, may bo had 


140,6m-33, Ly 


Ottawa, 30th July, 1879. 


ived by tho under: | 


most wonderful adjunct to other romedios 
in sustaining life during the process of 
Diphthoria. 

Do not bo deceived by remedies boaring 


low wrappor in watermark which is seen by 
holding the papor before the light. 
Price $1.60 per Bottlo, six for $7.50. 
Sold by all Druggists. 


FINAN CILIATL. 
aventod in Wall St, atooka | 
B10 to $1,000 rye “vortunon ever 


overy | 
month, Book eent free explaining everything. 


ny noet 0 


town doy gamblers by the now crusade of the 
Socioty for the Provention of Crimes. At 
first they were inclined to viow it as a ropiti- 


toga. Such a complete picketing of approa hoa 
sw deomed necosrary by the fow houses 
t beon practiced for 


on io 


romaining open, haw no 
fifteon years, ‘Tho queation of a gonoral cossa: | 
tion in under consideration by all profoasionals, 

Tho agents of the Soolety for tho Provention | 
of Crime have lately beon keoping a close | 


6 upon the vatioun faro banks, and | 


surveillanc: 


up until gambling places aro oloved, 


pace to tho pigeon stop: tho fair one. I 
like a stride, a‘ tip-too,” a  tootor ” or a 
pigeon atop, but give mo a good firm 


Ina vtrictly vogetablo proparation, and will 
iro Dyapopsia, Sick Hoadache, 
bi, coming up of Food, P 
‘rite, Biliounnoss, 
+ Complaint er 
in tho 


ponitively cure 
Acidity of Stomac 
in pit of Stomach, Low 
Constipation, Jaundice, Li 
any affection of the Stomach or Liver, 
hortest time possible, You are not oil to 
Duy until you know what you are gotting 
Thorefore, ax you value your existence, doy 
m, Clarke & Co. 


doraon or Jam : 
Jast Will and ‘Testament of said deceased, 


Probate of said Inst will and Testament hay: 
ir been granted to thom on tho 27th day of 


on or before tho Ith day of Auguat, 
at tho expiration of which time the raid 
‘ecutora will proceed to distribute the asset 
of tho anid decoarod among the persons oF Par 
ties entitled thoreto, having reganl to the 
debts and claime only of which the sald Exeo. 
vtora ehall thon have had notice; aud tho said 
Exooutors, undor the provisions of the said 
Statute, will not be lable for the arsots #0 
distributed, to any person or partis of whore 
debt or claim they shall not have had notice 


terms, lot 17, corner Pine and Centre Streots, 


HOLLAND GIN. 


S Surg 3 tions for use in almost every language. he» 
(as hs eg ne een | see et peaceorichanes nee, TR a SerRCE ee fas - fre One of the uppermost questions in exchango| It used to be supposed—but the theory our usual, Spring consignment of their cele 
ARSE + + + $1,500,000 | the Bridge Strect Methodist Church, regitercds tn Ottawa. Houos, any one | ‘ifeles ie tho prospective unprecedented do- | is; I beliovs, now exploded == tanita) cated : 
Ixcomx ° . r A 1,000,000 | — ea throughout the British Ropsacsins col may | mand on this country for food for Europe in white hand with tapering fingures and a 
8 . y small narrow foot were signs of aristocratic 


LOW 

40 Pank Row, 
aNd 

» 41 Pank Row, NewYork, 

RE our Agonts in that city, and aro au- 

thorized to contract for advertising at 

our loweat rate: 


txw You, 


Daily Huteltigencer. 
BELLEVILLE, FRIDAY, AUG. 8, ; ; 


Weights and Measures, 


Tho Hamilton Spectator gives tho follow- 


ing explanation of the reasons which induced | 


tho Government to make tho recent changes 
with regard to the operation of the Weights 
and Measures Act ;— 

** Some recent remindora from Grit sour- 
cos that the late Act for tho inspection of 
weights and measures was passed by Dr. 
Tupper, whon previously in office, make it 
worth saying that the wido-sproad annoy- 
ance given to the public in this matter was 
not tho fault of the Act, but of tho rales 
made for enforcing it, and for theso the 
Mackenzie Government were wholly reapon- 
sible, Tho Act gavo the Govornor-in- 
Council power to make these rules, and it 
is obvious that some such discretionary 


j 
| Tho nt hayo dono wisely 


following up the changes in tho mode of 


Governn 


| adminiatoring tho law by consolidating the 
in tho 
| salarios of tho officials will be made, Thus 
| the doublo object has boon socured of not 


only making tho law moro olficiont and leas 


| Districts, whereby a largo saving 


oppressive than it was undor Grit auspices, 
| but tho cost of its operation has boon cheap- 
enod, Tho caro and oflicioncy with which 
public! affairs aro now administered in all 
dopartmonta contrast most favorably with 
} tho slacknoss and inofticioncy under thelate 
Government in most of tho departments, 
Sir John Macdonald is not only an able ad- 
ministrator, but ho poascasea tho valuablo 
gift of being ablo to soloct the best men for 
every position in his administration, 


| Trent Valley Canal. 


Wo learn from the Courier that Mr, Stark, 
Government Engineer, and Mr, Belcher, 
arrived in Tronton on the 6th inst., and 
wero met by Mr. Francis, the Reove. Mr. 
Stark stated that at the direction of the 
Dominion Governmont ho was inspecting 
tho line of the Trenton and Georgian Bay 
Canal. Thus far ho was favorably impressed 
with the proposed canal ; ho considered the 
schome a good ono, giving a much shorter 
outlet to the ocean for the cereals of the 
West, and so feasiblo for a larzo canal, and 
could bo built at such a moderate cost that 
the Government might be induced to com- 


power must oxist, It exists under the now 
Act, as it did under the old. 
ment in the former, besides lessening the 
expenso, consists chiefly in regulating by 
Jaw certain matters which wore formerly 
left to the discrotionary powor of tho Goy- 
ernment, so that no such pranks can be 
played again as we have seen played in the 
past. ; 

«Tt is now perfectly well known how the 

absurd and inquisitorial regulations for the 
inspection of weights and measures came 
about. Mr. Brunel, the Commissioner of 
Inland Revenno, took the whole matter in 
his own hands, and the notorious inofli- 
ciency of Mr. Mackenzio’s colloagues, their 
almost total indifference to tho executive 
affairs of their departments, loft the Oom- 
missioner free to work his own sweet will 
in the matter. For yoars ho was the whole 
Government of Canada as regarded the in- 
spection of weights and measures. People 
who were driyen to distraction by his 
whims and whose property was destroyed 
by 1 nod of his head protested and com- 
plained to the Government ; but Mr, 
Brunel was the Goyernment, and ho dis. 
posed of the complaints against him ina 
very summary and a very satisfactory man- 
ner to himself. 

** The Commissioner was born with the 
genius of a drill sergeant, and an invincible 
ignorance of human nature. . He would 
regulate all human affairs down to the 
minutest machinory of elaborate construc- 
tion and unerring operation. What Dr. 
Tupper’s Act contemplated was that a Gov- 


Tho improve- 


monce it at no distant day, Ho intimated 
that if his report bo favorablo, a staff of 
surveyors would be sent on at once to make 
an official survey. Mr, Francis drove the 
gontlomen over tho routo of tho Murray 
Canal and on as far as Consecon, so that 
being acquainted with the locality, he will 
bo able from the surveys and maps filed in 
the Department of Public Works, to givo 
his viows of this scheme, also as to its effect 
on tho Tront Valley Canal. 

We should like to sea the Murray Oanal 
project revived and cavried into effect, as it 
could be built much more cheaply than tho 
Trent Valley Canal, and would be of very 
great importance to the trade of Lake On- 
tario and tho Bay of Quinte. Mr. Daly, of 
Ogdensburg, the well known contractor, 
states that ho would perform the work for 
half the sum put down in the report of the 
Canal Commiasionors. 

A Witp Tornapo.—A wild tornado 
swopt over Woodstock on the 6th inst. , blow- 
ing down trees and chimneys and breaking 
glass in soyeral residences which wore ex- 
poged to the blast. Farmers complain of 
great damage dono to wheat by the heavy 
wind-storm, followed by rain and hail, somo 
of the stones being as large as a hazel nut. 


‘Tre Bus Fines.—A despatch from Tam- 
worth, Aug. ,7 says :—‘Some settlers back of 
Cross Lake in Kennebec have not beon 
heard from for a week. ‘Tho fire in the 
woods prevents communication and their 
fate is not known. No word has been re- 
ceived from the north-east part of Sheffield 


ernment officer should certify that weights 
and measures weighed and measured cor- 
rectly what the law demanded of them,but 
when the business fell into Mr. Brunel's 
hand his notion was that that was merely 
the concluding part of the official work. 
His business, as he understood it, was to 
go into the tinshop and teach the tinsmith 
what kind of material he must use, and 
iow him the best manner of joining two 
of tin or sheet-iron together, thon 


~ what form his measure should be fashioned 


and with what hoops and of what size it 
should be bound. The tinsmith’s experi- 
ence and his obvious commercial interest 
in doing all these things woll counted for 
nothing with him. The tinsmith’s methods 
were not official and, therefore, they were 
fallible. Whence his knowledge of scale 
making was derived we do not know, but 
it was extensive and all-peryading. In 
every method hitherto adopted for making 
scales he scented a design to cheat, and, 
thorefore, he threw them all overboard and 
inyented official scales which were infalliblo 
because they were official. Of course ho 
often changed his mind as inventive genius 
must. In some cases he was compelled to 
change it because his new scales—or im- 
provements upon old ones—wouldn’t weigh 
at all. In all theso changes the material 
destroyed, the loss from interrupted opera- 
tions, the uncertainty of what was coming 
next, fell upon tho manufacturer. Most of 
the merchants referred to use tho 
old ones, for Mr. Brunel was not 
omnipresent cven with the aid of 
his army of officials. The more 
conscientious and law abiding among them, 
however, that is those who would be cer- 
tain the weight and measure correctly law 
or no, Inw obeyed his demands, -paid the 
five or ten dollars required whenover a 
change in their weights and measures had 
to be made, to comply with new official 
ones. In this way it cost, perhaps, half a 
million of dollars for his experiment in the 
manufacture of weights and measures, If 
he had only been dishonest there would 
Thaye been some way of obtaining relief 
from tho inflictions, for wo cannot doubt 
that not a fow would have 
glad to bribe him into common senso, 
but Mr. Brunel isas honest asho is pug- 
nacious, arbitary and unreasonable. To 
what lengths ho would have gone ifthe pub- 
lic uproar had not brought his plans to an 
end it makes one shudder to think. There 
is no doubt every ounce of toa, sugar or 
other article would have beon weighed un- 

dor official inspection, onco he had got his 
machinery perfected, and tho inspecting 

official would have had to undergo an ex- 

amination in algebra, geometry, trigonome- 

tryand tho highor calculus as proliminary 


beon 


ovidenco of his fitness for his inspecting 


dutios, In all his pranks tho Ma 


Government could not be induced to kedp 


him in check. With their dull 


know that there was ony discontent against 


him oxcept among two or threo, whose yotos 
they did not expect to got independently of 


thir, Porhapo it wan just as woll, for Mr. 


Brunel continued his career down to tho 


V7th of Soptember last, and on that im- 


vortant day his doings wero no amall factor 


iM bringing about the result, 

ctwas not responsible for what he did, 
oxceptin giving discretionary power to the 
Govertion.in-Council,and no human ingonu- 
Itys ould Neyo imagined beforehand tho use 
whish that power was put to.” 


1zi6 


oar for 
publiq sentiment they probably did not 


Dr. Tuppor's 


since last night. There is fire there about 
ten miles from Tamworth.” 


Frioutron Hurrican A Moncton,N. 
B., despatch of the 7th gives the following 
brief particulars of fearful hurricane which 
passed up Buctouche River and vicinity on 
the night of tho 6th inst. about 5, doing 
much damage. It destroyed oighty build, 
ings, a large bridge was carried away and 
the tower of the Catholic chapel blown 
down. The Convent was sayed. Threo 
people were killed and many very badly 
injured. 


Reyivan or Iron Inpustry.—Tho Chi- 
cago Tribune says:—When it is said that 
“furnaces that have been idlo for years are 
being put in blast ;” that “rolling mills are 
ronning vight and day ;” that ‘‘there is a 
rapid advance in prices of iron ;’ that 
“every manufacturer of railway supplies 
has more orders than he can fill ;” and, 
finally, that the ‘‘boom”’ is so prononnced 
that “all the mills haye sent out circulars 
advancing prices,""—when these are found 
to be the conditions of the iron market, 
and the iron industry, a decided improve. 
mont in every department of labor and 
trade may be expected soon to follow. It 
ia quite impossible that the iron workors 
should prospor without stimulating overy 
other industry and promoting tho healthfu) 
growth of every department of trade, And 
there is good reason to believe that this re- 
sult has been already attained. 


Tue Lacuixe Reoarra.—The Montreal 
Star says : 


“This promises to be, excluding 
the great races between Courtney and Han- 
lan and between the Tyne and Paris crows, 
tho greatest event that has transpired upon 
the Lachine course. There are the single 
scull races of two miles, the double scnll 
skiffs, and two canoe races. But the eyent 
of the day, it is expected, will be the grand 
race between four-oared shells for the two 
hundred and fifty dollars challengo cup. 
Toronto is to send two crews, Quebec will 
send ono, and thua the Lachine crew, which 
wont{to Saratoga to look for opponents, will 
have their full in keeping their 
laurels. It isto be hoped they will be in 
the pink of condition. ‘Tho putting up of 
this cup for competition is a step in the 
right direction, and may yet find us a four- 
oared crow that will fly Canada’s colors first 
Tho 
cup will be. rowed for under the laws of 
boat racing, as adopted by the National 
Association of Amateur Oarsmen of tho 
United States.” 


hands 


in all-comers races the world over. 


A Veorranix Consosrry.—A romarkablo 
freak of vogotation has appeared in tho 
grounds of R. B, Tatman, of Worcoster, in 
the shape of a potato vino whioh bears toma- 
toow. It appoars to boa mixture of tho two 
vegotables, and is accounted for by tho fat 
that astrong 


tomato vino, from chance sown 
toed, crow in tho samo hill with tho potatoos, 
and the pollen of the two plants becamo mix. 
od. Unfortunately tho vinos wore pullod up 
heforo the peculiarity of the growth was notio- 
ed. Some of our agrioulturists may derive a 
valuable suggestion from this. Aa both tho 


| Potato and tha tomato aro of tho solanncm 
family, it is not Impossible that one should bo 
fertilized by the othe ¥, and a remarkabl econ+ 
omy of labor might bo effootod if carofal and 
*clentifio cultivation should produce a plant | 
whioh should bear good potatoes at tho roots 
Pan tomatoes on the top,—5; ringheld 


(Moss.) Union, 


iow 


ndensed | 
| 


‘Tho Earl of Vifo is dead. 

ow fover is extending in tho South. 

| The « Amherst Islond aro roported 
oxceodingly g 
| —Kingaston has its civic holiday on the 15th 


of August, 

Sorious bush fires aro reported in Comber- 
more, 8 
Exchange Bank bills are bringing 95 conts 
in Montreal, 

—Liout.-Goy, Macdonald 
loft Winnipeg for homo via the all rail route. | 
The House of Lords has rejected tho 

scoond reading of tho Irish Volunteer Bill, 

It is said that Col. Stevenson's battery, 
Montreal, will go to Torontoat the Review 
in Soptembor. 

—Mr. Ross, of Kingston, shipped 700 shoop 
and 96 cattle by the Scotland, which sailed 
from Montreal on the 7th inst. 

Two largo vans with gypsies and their 
traps passed Quoboo on the 6th inst. en route, 
tho leador said, ‘ for Manitoba,” 

Scarlot fever is very provalont in Traro, 
A Mr, Wm, Craig lost two children 
within an hour of oach other on Tuonday. 

From the tenor of the Ministorial speoches 
at the Lord Mayor's banquet, it is not con- 
sidered that tho elections are imminent. 

o atoro of W, Summerville and the 
post office at Kinburn, Ont,, were burglarized 
on the night of the 6th inst, to the oxtent of 
$50 in cash. 

-Slavory in Abyssinia, which, 
its foaturos, as developed during the war of 
several years ago, was most rovolting, has 
been abolished. 

—Albert Williams, Toronto, a colored man, 
has been sentenced to four yoars imprisonment 
for committing a criminal assault on a Miss 
Huntly, 

—Hor Majesty's ships Bellerophon, Tour- 
mentine and Grigin will sail on Tuesday from 
Halifax for Charlottetown, Quebec and New- 
port, R. I. 

—It is considered probable that the death 
of the Infanta Marie del Pilar will cause the 
postponement of the King of Spain's marriage 
until February, 

—Itis reported that Lord Dufferin will be 
removed from St. Peteraburg to Constanti. 
nople, with instructions to insist upon the 
apeody execution of tho required reforms in 
Turkey. 

—A train of torty coal hoppers, for the 
Halifax and Cape Breton Railroad and Coa} 
Company, left Truro, N. S.,on the 6th inst. 
for Now Glasgow, built by the Ontario Car 
Company, London. 


and party have 


in some of 


—The Queen, on receiving intelligence of 
the brilliant victory of the British arms in 
Zululand, immediately sent off by telegraph 
her congratulations to Lady Chelmsford upon 
the auspicious event. The telegram was 
couched in the warmest terms of praiso, 


It is expected that the cotton operatives 
of Lancashire will be called upon to submit 
to a further reduction of their wages to the 
extent of ten per cent., and that they will 
have to yield, as the funds of the Opera- 
tives’ Union are exhausted, 


As England and France insist on the 
promised reforms being carried out in 
Asiatic Turkey, tho Porte has requested 
thom to select persona to be nominated for 
the posts of financial and judiciary inspec- 
tors, and organizers of gendarmerie. 


Consecration of a Canadian Bishop 
in London. 


Four bishops were consecrated on Fri- 
day, July 26, (St.James’ Day), in St Paul's 
Oathedral—namely, Rey. Dr. W. Walsham 
How, as Bishop of Bedford (Suffragan to 
the Bishop of London); Rey. Dr. Joseph 
Barclay, as Bishop of the Anglican Church 
in Jerusalem ; Rev. John Martindale 
Speechley, M. A., as Bishop of Travancore 
and Cochin ; and Rey. Dr. Wm, Ridley, as 
Bishop of Caledonia and Britislr Columbia. 
The Archdeacon of Middlesex, the Canon 
in residence (Canon Gregory), the Preben- 
daries, and Minor Canons met the Bishop 
of London, the Bishop of St. Albans, tho 
Bishop of Rochester, the Bishop of Lich- 
field, and the Bishops Designate in the apse 
at the east end of the Cathedral at a quar- 
ter past eleven, and preceeded to the chairs. 
The Bishop of London, owing to the un- 
avoidable absence of the Archbishop of 
Canterbury, commenced the Gommunion 
Service. The Epistle was read by the 
Bishop of Rochester, and the Gospel by the 
Bishop of St. Albans, After the Nicene 
Oreed (Schubert in G) was sung,the preach- 
er, Dr, Fremantle, the Dean of Ripon, 
preached the consecration sermon from 
Acts i., 7, “But yo®shall receive power 
after that the Holy Ghost is come upon 
you, and ye shall bo witnesses unto me, 
both in Jerusalem and in all Judea and in 
Samaria, and unto the uttermost parts of 
the earth.” In the course of his sermon 


the preacher drew attention {to the fact 
that this witnossing for Christ was tho very 
object of the Consecration service of the 
day, 


z our witnesses by sending another 
bishop—that of Travancore—to a Church 
which now counts 60,000 members. To 
Jerusalem, too, we are sending England's 
witness to the city from which the Apostles 
themselves went forth to witness ; and even 
to regiqns unknown to the Apostles, name- 
ly, to British Oolumbia, we are sending 
ono to witness for Christ, for His truth, 
Bis power and His glory. 
TT 
A Rosy Ovrroox.—The Toronto Tele- 
gram, which cortainly cannot be charged 
with being favorable to the Conservative 
party, has the following :—'That figures 
will not lio is an old saying ; and, as the 
Customs returns for the first six months of 
this year show an increase of $467,000 over 
the same term last yoar, the Globe must bo 
steering clear of the truth whon it assorts 
that tho N. P. is ruining the country. Not 
only havo the returns increased, but the 
consumer is not aware of having to pay an 
appreciable increase in any commodity. 
The outlook is certainly moro rosy than it 
has boon for sovoral yoars past.’ 


Nuw York, March, 1876. 
Gis & Co,—Guxrad [ have for moro than 
one year prescribed your Liniment with tho 
very bost results, I havo found it as an ap- 
| plication in inflammation of the lungs (pnou- 
monia) or in plourisy, ono of tho very bost. It 
penotrates tho tissues or parts rapidly. In 
canon of irregularity of tho heart's action do- 
ponding on nervous irritation, it acta. prompt 
y. Af‘or boing mado acquainted with the 
Jination of your Liniment, and nooing ita 
action in so Jarge a numbor of cases, Ido not 
honitate to recommend it both to the public 
and tho profeasion, 
Yours truly, 
Romenr 8, Newton, M. D., 
147 W, 47th Street, 
I by all druggists, Send for pamphlet. 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER, 


| ed from General Wolseley on the Umlateo 


| peace and the settlement of the country are 


| Dopt. of tho Intorior, 


FRIDAY, AUG 


n, 


Railway Amalgama 


Great Western and Grand Trank 
Railways- 


(Special Cablegram to the Gl 
Lox bo: 


e) 
Aug. 7. 
Mr, Childers, on behalf of the Great West- 
ero Railway, has written to Captain Tyler, 
Chairman of tho Grand Trunk, proposing to 
the Board of the latter Company to select ono 
gentleman from five named to act as a stand. 
ing arbitrator betwoon tho two Companies in 
tho matter of compotitive traffic, which it is 
proposed to pool—tho agreement, if entered 
upon, to ondure twenty-one years, Tho 
business of tho two roads, it is suggested, 
may bo managod by a joint committeo, to be 
appointed in equal numbers from the members 
of cach Board, and the arbitrator is to be con- 
sulted if tho Companioa cannot agroo upon 
ont for competitive traffic, 


tho arrange 


FROM MONTREAL, 
ANOTHER BANK SUSPENDED 
Montreat, Aug. §.—The Ville Mario Bank 
has stopped paymont. Liabilities to bill 
holders and depositors about $700,000, 
A run is now taking place on the Hochelaga 


Bank and tho City and District Savings Bank. 
Great excitement is apparcat. 


THE ZULU WAR, 
A Gathering of the Chiets, 
The Capture of the King Probable. 


Loxpow, Aug. 7th.—A Capetown despatch 
says that the Promior of the Government of 
Cape Colony announcedein the Assembly that 
Sir Bartle Froro did not contemplate resigning 
the Governorship. Another despatch says it 
is represented that Cetewayo has with him a 
force of only one thousand, It is believed he 
might be captured without difficulty. 

An official telegram from South Africa an- 
nounced that Gen. Wolseley has resolved to 
occupy Ulundi until peace is fully established, 
while the troops press Cetewayo from all sides. 

A Capetown despatch says the nows receiy- 


Rivor, July 2lat, stated the prospects for 


good, General Wolseloy’s interview with the 
Coast chiefs was satisfactory, but the latter 
considered quiet impossible while Cetewayo 
was at large, The nrtives cannot generally 
understand the retirement of the British 
forces from Ulundi’ General Wolseley there- 
foro thinks it will be necessary to re-occupy 
that place, and summoned all the Chiefs to 
meet him there on the 10th August, to settle 
the question relative to the future of the 
country. 

Operations against Cetewayo by irregu- 
Jars and friendly natives haye commenced. 
Arrangements aro making to break up the 
First Division of the Cavalry Brigade and 
send the men home, Oham has undertaken 
to capture his brother Cetewayo. 


P.P.P. P. 
Piorce’s Pleusant Purgative Pellets—the 
little giant cathartic, Sold by druggists. 


By tho use of Fellows’ Compound Syrup 
of Hypophosphites the blood is speedily 
vitalised and purified, and so made capable 
of producing a sound mind and a sound 
body 

Beaniye.—It is not only wel) prepared 
and in every way a perfect hair dressing ; 
but it is well that it is prepared, as the pub- 
lic have long suffered for the want of a 
healthful hair invigorating and pleasant 
hair dressing. Sold by droggists. 

Ihave been a sufferer from Indigestion 
and violent Sick Hesdache for upwards of 
four years. I have consulted many of the 
Faculty, but have derived no material bene- 
fit from any source, until I tried Prrry 
Davis’ Paty Kitrer, which, lam happy 
to state, has done me more good than all I 
ever tried before. 

Estuer Briaas, 
Bolton, England. 

Lots of young men who haven't settled 
for their last winter's overcoat yet, ace now 
putting ina few doys at some watering 
place for the sake of the reputation it gives 
thom as gentlemen of leisure. 


10 LET a desirable residence on Charles 
Street, now occupied by E. F, Potts, 
Esq., every convenience, Apply to S, G. 
Retallack, 404 Front Street. _ Posscssion 
given October Ist. dtf, 


THE GREATEST REMEDY OF THE ACE 
BUTLER’S 


BLAGKBERRY CORDIAL, 


Awe easy, and effectual remedy for 
all disorders of the Stomach and 
s, for children or adults, promptly re- 
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Drarru@a, OnxoLeRA Morsvs, 


Summer Compiarnts, 
Dysentery, &c. 


Piceraced iu Canada from tho original recipe 
y 


only 
J, H. HAMBLY, 
Apothecaries Hall, 
Front Street, Bolleville, Ont. 


THE BISHOP STRACHAN SCHOOL, 


For tue Hicuer Enucation or Youna 
Lanies, 


WYKEHAM HALL, COLLECE-AVE., TORONTO. 


PresipeNt—The Lord Bishop of the Diocese, 


4 pea establishment provides tho full course 
of instruction usually furnished by Indies’ 
colleges, and also possessos special advantages 
for tho cara and tr: resident pupils, 
Fees for boarders, $20 252 per annum, 
Music and painting the only extra subjects, 
Michaolmas term begins Wednesday, Septem- 


ber 3d. For admission or information apply to 
MISS GRIER, 
d2t The Lady Principal. 


AUCTION SALE 


oY THE 


LEASE OF TIMBER LIMITS. 


A N Auction Salo of tho Leases of Ninetoon 
Timbor Limits, situate on Lake Winni- 
pegoosis and the Water Hen River, in tho 

‘orth-West Territories, will be held at the 
Dominion Lands Office, Winnipeg, on tho Int 
day of Soptembor, 1879. The right of cutting 
timber on theso limits will bo sold subjoot to 
tho conditions sot forth in the ‘ Consolidated 
Dominion Lands Aot.” Thoy will be putupata 
bonus of Twenty Dollara por square milo, and 
sold by competition to the highest bidder, 

Plans, Descriptions, Conditions of Salo and 
all other information will be furnished on ap- 
plication at the Dominion Landa Offico in 
Ottawa, or to tho Agont of Dominion Lands 
in Winnipog. 

By Order, 


J. 8. DENNIS, 
Doputy Minister of tho Intorior, 
Ottawa, 17th July, 1879. 


, STEWART, 


» Dafoo Houso 


Dr. Ginn, 
120 Wont Broadway, N. Y¥. 
Trial size 26 cents, 


| until MONDAY, tho llth f£ August, 1879, 


NING, tho 21S’ JULY, 


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ConsolidatedBankBills | CONSOLIDATED BANK BILLS ICE CREAM 
i 
AT PAR, —— - 
i pate Choicest in the City, be had b; 
AT GRAHAM'S the Pint, uart, or pallecene sent a 
aS) | TAKEN AT PAR | Sypeilite Oeil law arnt aay) 
FOR RECEIVED DAILY. _ 
creas Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples, r. 
and all kinds of Fruit, arriving daily, 
Only 75 Cents Each, Goobs. {ODA WATER FOUNTAIN in ul as 
worth far more money. J. S. CROTHERS. 
Pastry Cook and Confectioner, F 
: Belleville, June 10, 1879. . 
CALL AND SEE THEM. Holton, Bottoms & Co. 
DIRECT IMPORTATION = 
Glasgow Warehouse. 
* ov 
CHEAP TAPESTRY CARPETS, 
ae ; | FINE BRANDY. 
USE Reasived, alot of TO EXCURSIONISTS. oe 
EXCURSION PARTIES ‘ 
New Patterns, ] DASE to visit the beautiful Village UR Sear Ulentor ta t 5 ld 
L of@AMPBELLFORD during the season, O Brana rect ae of Hine Old — 
Very Cheap. will do well to consult » direc! “ 
60e., 6c, and 75e, per yard, | MF+ 7 Blute, Proprictor of the | Messrs, J, & F, MARTELL, 
is 
PI call and seo them. as he purposes oxtending the same privileges 
eae ce to others au he has to thowe who ia already Cognac, France, 
Glasgow Warehouse, _| visited him, viz: ; rei 4 
== Grounps PrRovipep, PLatrorm ERecTED | is now arriving, in 
ror Dancrnc, anp Music Hat 
JUST RECEI V ING, in case of unfayorable weather, free—which CASKS AND CASES. 
will accommodate one thousand persone. é 
Pe Instalments of our Hotel Accommodations 4 
second to none in the Proyince, Wallbridge & Clarke, 
1. BLUTE, 
AODECOXS Grocers AND ? 
FALL GOODS. _Campbellford 30, 1879. dim Wines Mace iwc 
; BEDROOM SETS. : 
As usual, we are first in the market, SEM |-AN N [ VAL PR eee ach r 
manufacturers, a large and varied assort~ 
it of 
Glasgow Warehouse. ee 5 
s SALE. COLORED BEDROOM SETS, 
i aa ranging in price from $2.75 to $5 each. These 
Just Received, COMMENCING (on Wodnesday the 16th are] otysisalifanid/ntSraeh(folesiia ae 
July, ms val ekts Lt NS porn ent quality, 
of Summer Stock at greatly reduced prices, 
consisting of F, BH. ROUS & Oo, 
AUREOLINE | sain minty Som 
Linens. 
See Dress Goods, E xX C U R S l O N 
Carpets, PER STEAMER 
PHARMACY. Ol Cloths, 
; Shirtings, s 
JAMES CLARKE & C0. &o,, ke, 
rap ee ALEXA 
IMPORTANT SALE. Geo. Ritchie & Co. (CAPT, SMITH) 
Teh oe eee il ean SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 9TH. xf 
Saturday, the 16th day of August, and every Saturday Bvening until 
1879, at 11 o'clock, a. m., tho valuable props | further notice, 
erty of tho Jato Dit. Lustkt, on the corner of | ‘Tyythfulness and Fair Deal-| : eg aanttie nal eaned 
Pinnaclo and Bridge Stroets, Bolloville. ‘The = Will leave Bolloville at 71 silowill 1D 
samo will be sold en bloc, or in Lots, accord. ing is Our Motto, tho Bay, rotarning to Bollevillo at 
iM; to A plan by ‘Mosse Evans & Bolgor, P o’clook and Tronton at 11:30. 
.8,, whio oon at tho Law ollice o , "TORBTS SACH. 
M cure Robertson "Thomas Barristers, oO” work recommenda itself, eauene Saitek sen eae 4 
Bolloville, 'Thoro a rosorvo bid, r ; a 
IE peer to leap for Hotol or build- | Our choap prices are accoptablo theao hard | oan eave Eee eae pin mR TO 
ing Lots, and compriso four Lots on Pinnacle, | timos, Our ing at sear be *t tained if doslrod 
threo on Bridge, and threo on Church Stroota, cents. Lea can bo ob ‘Tadm 
For farther particulars, and terms of sale, | 8G Cabinets are still $3 per doz 
apply to Alox. Robortson, or Morgan Jollott, MONEY TO LOAN. 
Vrustoon of Dr, Listor’a cstato. $3 Extra Cards 1.50 U —_ 
EEN nies pra Monoy at lowost ratos, {n suma 
2 . Ei ts will pl bo r ij 
Date Bolloville, Aug. 2 1879. a Staw to 5 Montanleny i. ee vor i Eng baa: LS a ARSON. & PETERSON, 
r CERTIFICATES, handsomoly JA, BROOK & CO., Barristers, ‘ko. 
0" + a, for sale, at tho Wwreniraxnour Photographers. Ballevillo, 
Offoe 270 FRONT Sx, (  AMoe Cornor Bridge and Front Sta. THlkw 


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DAILY INTELLI 


GENCER. FRIDA% 


ST 


TRAVELLERS’ GUIDE, 
GRAND TRUNK TIME TABLE, 


June 0, 1879, 


@ 9INO WEST, 


, Day Fe press. 
4) Morning Express 


A 
RAILWAY, 


Leaves. Madoc... vee) 7100 a, mm. 
Arrive in Belleville. .... 


Leave Belleyille 


STAGE ROUTES. 


Stages leave tho principal hotels for the un-| Inspectors. 


dermentioned places at the hours named 


For Srrmumo,—Daily, at 8a, m,, and 2 p.m. 


For Mapoo.—Daily, at 2 p.m. 
For Barporwarer, Twxep, &0,—Daily, a 


2p.o 
By « ‘Taentoy.—Daily, at 3 p. m. 
For Proroy.—Daily, at 3p. m. 


The stages arrive in Belleville about noon | o 


each di 


Local 
Notices under this head 10¢ 
tion, After aix insertions 6 cts, a line, 
Tho Hastings Loan and Investment 
Society, whose adyertisoment appears in an- 
othor part of this paper,commends itself to 
the confidence of all those who have money 
to deposit, or toinvest. Todepositors—It has 
a flourishing Savings Bank Department, 
where you can safely deposit your money, 
draw it ont at any time without notice, and 
receive interest at rate of 6 per cent. To 
Tovesters—This society has been in existence 
3 years, it is managed by good reliablo busi- 
ness men, who have a large amount invested 
in it themselyes, they lond money only on 
real estate security, which makes it porfectly 
safe, and they pay a dividend overy 6 months 
at the rate of 9 per cont, per annum, We 
have confidence in it ourselves, and consider- 
ing it as safo and perfectly reliable, wo strong- 
ly recommend it to our frionds and the 
public, 


alotices. 


Having listened to Prof. Grady’s explana- 
tion of stammering and stuttering and wit- 


D NORTH HASTINGS 


alinecach inser- 


thanks.” Our contemporary hits tho nail | 
on the head exactly, Broad was asked and 


astono has been given, to all intents and 


MORNING DESPATGHES. 


Bosro, Aug. 8.—Capt. Vanoott, in hin 


purposos, 
row-boat City of Boston, from Now York, 
Banp.—Tho 15th Battalion Band will 


play on tho old Hospital lot this ovening, 


arrived horo last 
Nasivitte, | 
over this stato 


ning. 
Aug 8 
a 


Light vote all 
to 


Onn, 


to-day on sition 


Cunar Hay.—The Norwood Register 
says ; ‘Ono of our leading farmors informed 
ua, on Monday last, that tho hay crop was 


compromise tho state debt at 


Unless cast Tennoseo 


4 por cont, intérest 
gives a largo majority for ita acceptance, tho 
od, 
Aug. 8 
been entered for tho 


Parole has also 


so groat, and straw so plentiful, that hay 
would bo sold in Norwood for four dollars 
a ton during the coming winter.” 


proposition will ko defe 
Manonesren, Eng 

Parole and Unoas hay 

Caarowitoh atakos, Oot. 7th 


Lorillard’s 


Wricurs axp Measures, — Tho ap- 
pointees under tho Weights and Measures | 
Aot for tho Belleville district aro understood 
Wim. Johnson, Belleyillo, 
tor; J. A. Wilkinson, 
Thomas Cahill, 


Oot, Qlst. Sanford, another American, en- 
ters Brown Prince also for the latter race, 
Aug. 8.—As Dr, Bano, 


or Musser for villifying Bano’s 


to bo: Tnspec- , 
Cob 1 Sart LAKE, who 

obourg, and : 
ie assaulted Eld 


Assistant | other, was loaving tho police court yester- 


Poterborough, 


y, he was sovorely boaten by Musser and a 
amongst whom 


+ score of confederates, were 


Tho Hamilton Times adyo- 
ates the formation of swimming schools, 


Swaine. 
several policemen, 


Bursto, Tonn., Aug. 8.—A long standing 
feuil betweon George W. Ward, editor of the 
Abingdon Virginian, and Finlay Harris, editor 
of the Standard, culminated yosterday ; Ward 
attompted to cano Harris; the latter shot him 
Ward snappod his pistol twico in 


t) o 
with comparative displays and prizes for 
proficiency. Tho idea is a good one, and if 
arried out in every municipality in tho 
Dominion would result in the saving of 
many lives oach year, Pact valr 
sither wounded dangerously. | 

3.—Robert MoAllister, 
aged 26, a minor, was killed yostorday by the 
in of amino, This is the third death 
in this mine within three months. 


Coxtiston, —Yesterday evening tho Rev. 
F. 0. Williams, of Selby, whilst driving 
across the upper bridge, was thrown from 
his carriage and severely hurt by a bread 
cart, which was being driven at a rapid 
rate, colliding with the Rey. gentleman’s 
“rig.” It has been represented to us that 
tho driver of the bread cart was ontirely at 
fault in tho matter, and it is probable that 
ho will be summoned before the Police 
Court. 


Paterson, N. J., Aug. 8.—There is consid- 
erable excitement here over the report that | 
pleuro-pnoumonia has appeared among the 
cattle here, Tho authorities have quarantined 
adrove, from which three had died, and for- 
bid tho sale of the milk by the owner, The | 
Stato Inspector expresses his opinion that the 
discaso is increasing, and says that if it once | 
preads beyond tho Alleghanies it will devas- | 
ate the entire west. | 
New Yorx, Aug, 8. —Washington specials: 
Tho Herald says that the President, con- 
sidering the recommendation to restore the 
remaining four cadets expelled at West Point, 
said he now belioves that a more suitable 
punishment is to return them back into the 
lowor class, and thus forco them to associate 
with those they persecuted, Tho recorda of | 
tho War Dopartment show that somo of the | 
most gallant oflicors of the army have been 
punished for hazing. 

The Zribune says that Commissioncr Raum 


Tur Domisi1on Exurarrion,—Tho prize 
list of this show, which is to bo held,in Ot- 
awa from the 22nd to the 27th of Septem- 
ber, is of a very attractive nature, and the 
show will havo several special features that 
will be almost worth a trip to Ottawa to 
seo. No doubt quite a number of ex- 
hibitors from this section will be present, 
An advertisement in. the Weektiy Inret- 
LIGENCER gives dates for making entries 
and other particulars. 


5 
ti 


CosrnG. —Tho Kingston News states that 


beon entered for the Cambridgeshire stakes, | 


| suicide in the watchouse, 


| next twenty-four hour 


| Fonr Peck, Montana, Ang. 8,—Alexandor 
Work, a settlor, was recently attacked by In- 
dians and aftr killing three of them was c 
tured and burned at the stake, Ohas, Stevens 
was attacked but csoaped. Many 
familion of rottlors seek refuge hore, It is be 
lioved there ia a large body of Indians between 
Milos’ command and Fort Peck, 

New Yon, Aug. 8.—Tho American 
championghip trophy in the fifteen ball pool 
contest was won by Lon Morris, jr,, of Bos 


ap 


alao 


ton aftor soven hours contest, terminating at 
threo o’clook this morning. 

Aug. 8.—Taylor & Son's 
livery stable and carriogs was burned ; loss 

),000. Henry Sanga was arrested charogd 
with actting firo to the building and confessed 

Sr. Famovrecp, Me., Aug. 8.—On Wodnes 
day J. Bolier outraged a daughter of Mattary 
Kearvey, of Caribou, aged 11, Ye atorday ho 
was pursued by citizens, and probably fatally 
shot while resisting arrest, 

Sanatoca, N, Y., August 8.—Bonnie Carrio 
(favorite) wi he mile and a half race ; Clara 
2nd ; Blossom 3rd, Time 2:393. 

Pique won tho three-quarter milo race; 
Jennie B, 2ad ; Lancewooc Time 1:16}. 
Pique sold for $45 in pool of $395, 

Naw Your, Aug. 8.—Judge Wallace to- 
day refused to grant a new trial of Whalen’s 
$1,000,000 suit against General Sheridan. 

Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 8.—Charles H. 
Schultz, under arrest for a small burglary, 


ALLEvtows, Pa, 


Police Court. 
(Boforo Atv. Honpvey.) 


Wnipay, Aug. 8, 
VAGRANOY, 
James Williams nnd John ‘Lignoy were 
allowed to go, 


His Ogpupation Gone 


Had the Arkanynis ‘doctor’ that ‘‘ tapped” 
the fat man, thinking ho hyd dropsy, but 
finding no water pronouuced it * dry dropsy,” 
lived 7 uld, like Othello, find 
* his ooour for Allan's Anti-Fat, 
8 purely v , safely but posi- 
tively, reduces corpulency from threo to six 
pounds yer week. Sold by dragg'sts, 

WEATHER REPORTS 
Toronto, August 8.—Probabilities for the 
For the lower lakes, 
fresh to brisk westerly to northerly winds, 
partly cloudy to clear, cool weather. 

Wasuinoroy, August 8, — Indications: 
Lower Lakes, cooler, partly cloudy» 


AUGUST 4 


1879, 
SANFORD’S 


RADICAL CURE 
he CATARRH ¢ 


Clears the Head, Renders the 
Breathing Easy and Breath 
Sweet. 

SENSE OF AND TASTE RECOVERED, 

T fecl compelled to acknowledge to you the 

has 

n afflicted 
especially in 
severe. ‘The 
y, omitting a 
in & room 


For | 


rgo has been thick and bl 
foul odor eo bad that my 
with othora was very offensive to thom. One 
week after commencing the use of SANvonp's 
tADIOAL Cunn Twas not troubled with it at all, 
My renses of taste and smell, which were wholly 
gone, have now fully returned, and my gene 
health is much irayeovael eal 
Mztvounne H. Foun, 
‘ Shorthand Writer. 
Gnaxp Rarins, Micu., No. 3, 1367. 


10 YEARS A SUFFERER. 


PROM NON, 


Yours, 


THEO. P. BOGART. 


Feeling thoroughly cony 
of Sanxronp's Rapioay Cone 
am induce 


lof the efficacy 

x CaTannn, T 
drop you a line to say that al- 
though Ih n sceptical of all the nostrums 

rtised as “radical cure,” I have never found 
hing that promises such relief and ultimate 
aa that of Sanpvonn's. 

Thave boen afflicted with this dreadful disease 
for more than ten , and not until recently 
could I be induced to perseveré with any until 
read th tter of Mr. Henry Wells (of Wells, 
Fargo & Co.) and can truthfully say that after 
using five or six bottles I am thoroughly con- 
vinced of its curative properties, Hoping that 
others similarly afflicted like myself will be in- 
duced to make the trial, 

T am, gentlemen, very truly, etc., 
po. P, Bocent. 

Burstow, R, I., July 24, 1877. 

with Improved Inhaler, 
ions, $1. Sold by Drugyists, 


COLLINS 


VOLTAIC [E55] ELECTRIC 
PLASTERS 


Electricity and Healing Balsams, 

Vitalizing, Strengthening 
and Healing. 

Weary sufferer from Rheumatism, 


ralgia, 


810 to 816, 


opened ont to-day, 


Boys’ Linen Coats, 
Overalls at 50c, 


doz. Cambric Shirts at $1, 
Coats at 50c. 


We are makin 


% Up to order thoso magnificent fino Navy Bloc Serge Suits from 


SA lorgo os 


rtmont of Droas Shirts, Fancy Ties, Silk Squares, and Linen Collars 


Veny Cuxar, Call and sce them, 


B. McCCREADY & SON. 


BARTMAN & SINTZELS 


PRICE LiST FOR 
IULYT AIND AUGUS'L. 
Every Article in ®tock Reduced in Price: 


Mzn’s Oanapian Twrep Svirs 
an Aut Woor . 
Exrna Fine Exousn Surra 
vrTs 7 
Vousrep Surrs 


Pants : 
Att Woot Worxixo Pants 
Fine Dness Pants 
‘© Faswcn “ . 
Exrna Fine Frexcn Parrens 7 ‘ F q 
Wo havo also a large stock of Summer Clothing that must 


be sold out before the 


1st September, in order to make room for our Fall stock. 


Men's Lustre Coats, 60¢ Men's Linen Coats, 80c. Men's White Vests, 750. 
Boys’ and Youths’ Department, 
Boys’ Twoed Suits, $2.00. Do. Figured Linen Suits, 70c. Do. extra quality, $1.88, 


0c. Do, Bi'k and Gray Lustre Coats, $1.00, 300 prs. brown duck 
250 prs. extra heavy figured at 90c. 


Furnishing Department, 


_ Do. Linen Fronts, $1.00. Do, 3 ply Fronts, $1.25. 20 
‘5, with Collars attached in the latest patterns. 200 Rubber 


BARTMAN & SINTZEL, 
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 


‘ 
JPPOsITe ANGLO-AMEnicAN Horst. 


REMEMBER THE PLace, 


GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING 


L@ OF DFE. 


neased tho pffect of the trial of his remedy up- | the Emmett Benevolent Society of Ports 
ona patient, we haye pleasure in certifying | mouth will have an excursion by the Maud 
our conviction that his treatment is both | to Belleville on Thureday, August 21st.— 


Local Pains, Weak Spine, Weak and Soi 
Coughs and Colds, V 
Nervous Affections, W 


Lungs, 
Back, Weak Kidneys, 
k Stomach and Bowels, 


CUSTOM HOUSE ARRIVALS, 


reports tho total collections of Internal Re- 
(Reported by Dixon's Customs Broker's Office.) 


venue for the past fiscal year at $113,000,000, F you would study your health, comfort, and general appearance, leave your order and 


I 


philosophicsl and successful. We are willing 
to be referred to at any time for proof of the ef- 
ficacy of his mothod of cure, as we believe 
him to boaman of honor an a cbristian 
gentleman, and as for failuro in his treatment 
it would be impossible, 
A, Hrorsornam, M.D, 
N.R. Witrovomny, M.A. 
Belleville, Aug. lst, 1879. 4t 
Wethoundersigned haye also witnessed Prof. 
Grady’s treatment for the cure of stammering 
and beg to testify as to its efficacy, the afllict- 
ed need have no fear of being cured if they 
put themselves under his treatment. 
Rey, J. N, Ronrsson, W.M. Minister. 
“ Mr. Axnprews, M.E “* 
Dr. McLaney, M.D. 
D. N. Dewitt, Merchant, 
Shannonville, Aug 6, 1879. 


Waits Homeopathic Remedies for sale by 
Albert L. Geen, 


Holden's Cholera Drops for sale by Albert 
Geen. 


Fowler's Extract Wild Strawberry, for salo 
by Albert L. Geen, 


Evans’ Celebrated ‘Perfome in bulk, for sale 
by Albert L. Geen. 


Edison's Electric Belts for sale by Albert 
L. Geen. 


Duily Hutelligencer. 
BELLEVILLE, FRIDAY, ‘AUG, 8. 


City and Vicinity. 


Oneese Sarrment.—Light cars of cheeso 
were shipped hence for England to-day. 


Pouicy.—Three tramps and two pris- 
oners occupied tho cells last night. 


Sr. Tuomas’ Cuurcu.—Work on tho 
contract for the completion of St. Thomas’ 
Church is in progress. 


New Tawx.—A new water tank has been 
erected at the corner of Pine and Mill 
Streets. This willbe a great accommo- 
dation to the people resident in that 
locality. 


of which not a dollar has been lost. 

Tho forthcoming report of the Commissiouer 
of Agriculture discloses that in all quarters 
of the Union, with tho exception of Minne- 
sota, California, Colorado, Oregon, New 
Mexico and Washingtou. Territory,the aver- 
age monthly pay for farm laborers declined 
during the year ending last April from 3 to 
15 p.c. At the samo time tho expense of liv- 
ing in a majority of the states declined in 
equal or greater proportion. The general rate 
of pay for tho skilled Isbor of shosmakers, 
blacksmiths, carpenters, &c., is slowly rising, 
and is believed to mark a return of better 
times for the farm laborers. 

Tho Herald's Auburn, N.Y., special says 
that Courtney is not very anxious inregard to 
tho size of the purse he is to row Hanlan for. 
Courtney has no fears of the result if rowed 
on a fair neutral course. 

New York, Avg. 8,—Capt. Webl, on 
Wednesday, attempts the feat of swimming 
Sandy Hook to Manhattan Beach, 15 miles, 
without a suit or any artificial assistance. 
Cool Burgess, who shot the man in Toronto 
on Tuesday, appeared on the stage of a varicty 
theatre here last night, and sang a song and 
gave a recitation for encore. He became ex- 
cited over a remark made by a person in the 
audience and stated ; ‘‘ I am not a murderer; 
it was forced upon me ; that wan ruined my 
wife and wrecked my hopes ; I am only sorry 
did not kill him.” He was loudly applaud- 
ed and left the building. 

The Tribune says that the Democrats now 
control the oxccutive department of the board 


The Derry Lodge No. 1 Prentice Boys, of 
Kingston, have engaged the steamer Maud 
for their excursion to Belleville on Tuesday 
next, whon they will take part in the great 
demonstration hero in celebration of the 
opening of the gates of Derry. They wil! 
leave Kingston at 6 a, m., arriving hero be- 
tween 12 and 1 o'clock. 


Granp Concert anv Organ Reoirai.— 
We have pleasure in calling attention to a 
grand concert and organ recital this even- 
ing, at 8 p.m,, in the M. E, Tabernacle, of 
this city, under the direction of Prof. 
Henry Whish, Mus. Bac., assisted by 
several talented vocalists. An entisely 
new and choice programme will be present- 
ed, comprising selections from the best 
masters, A silver collection will be taken 
at the doors in aid of the organ fund. As 
Mr, Whish ranks among the first organists 
on the continent, a rare treat will be given, 
and a large turnout is expected. 


New $5 Bitt.—In consequence of the ex. 
tensive counterfeiting of their $5 bill, the 

irectors of the Bank of Commerce have, an 
exchange states, issued a new Dill of that 
denomination, which is described as follows:— 
Photo of the President, Hon, Wm. MoMaster, 
in the centro, takes the place of that of the 
Queen, Tho new bill has the President's 
signature at the lower /¢/t hand corner instead 
of the right, asinthe old bill, A border 
surrounds the whole, with the figure 5” in 
each corner,and tho words, ‘* Capital $6,000, - 
000” ateach end. The “reverse” is green of police, so far as Tammany is concerned, and 
tinted, with the Dominion Coat of Arms in| the department of public works, three of the 


the centre, and the figure 5” at cach sido, most important departments of the City gov- 
_———___. ernment, They also control the dock depart- 


Brsnor O'Bx1xy’s Successon.-—-The Kings- | ment, County clerk’s office, Register’s officer 
ton Nees expreases the following opinion as to | Corporation Counsel's offics, and it is believed 
the probable appointment to tho vacant See of | will control in time for the election, the park 
Kingston :—“t While not making any proten- | department, building department, sheritl’s of- 
sions whatever to knowledge in regard to the | fico, and have perhaps a sharo in tho control 
priest likely to be clevated to Episcopacy, we | of the fire department. This will take from 
shall not be at all surprised if the Very Rov. | Tammany all its important patronage, and 
Vicar-General Farrelly, of Belleville, bo the | may insure the election in local offices of Til- 
recipient of that expression of confidence from | den’s friends. ; 
the Holy See, Father Farrelly is well and| Bello Howitt, a well known Black Crook 
favorably known throughout the Dioceso of | actress, caused the arrest of her husband, Ed. 
Kingston, and thronghout the Province of | Williams, yesterday, forseverely be tingher. 
Ontario as a faithful and enorgotic worker,and The Si ts that tho P, Railroad 
as one who would fill the important office of Rese had lle eS oe leaks ren ampalie 
Bishop\with becoming firmness and’ dimity.” favors DeLossope ‘a canal schome in proferonce 
f ‘BONY | to theirs, because their contract with the Co- 
We trust that our contemporary’s prognostica- gunn . ae 
porary 8 Prog lombian «Government gives them privileges 


Pruxce Epwarp Ramway.—Fifty men | tion will prove correct, as there is no clorgy- 
are now employed ballasting tho heavy | ™" in the diocese more worthy of tho dis- 
grade at Trenton market. It is fully ox- tinction or more capable of filling satisfactori- 


which DeLessops must purchaso or scttlo for. 
Tho unalso reports that Jay Gould and the 
Pacific railways are working quictly against 


pected that the road will be opened by the 
Ast of October. 


Bisuor Srracnan Scuoor.—This school 
for the higher education of young ladies 
will resume business on the 3rd September. 
Intendingentrants should peruse the adver- 
tisement in} another column. 


Cuaxors.—The yacht Ella, of Oswogo, ia 
having anew spar putin, with threo feet 
moro hoist, A now suit of canvas is also 
being made for theyacht. These changéfuro 
calculated to makohor sail much faster. 


Tux Gatway Mixz.—The Peterborough 
Ezaminer leirns that arrangements havo 
been satisfactorily concluded for the work- 
ing of the Galway Lead Mine, by an English 
company, and that work will be commenc- 
ed at an early day, 


TxuxDER Stons.—A thunder storm dur- | returning officer, not finding him designated 
ing the night brought with it a plenteous | ® referred to,could vory justly rofueo him,” 
Tho 


downpour of rain and a heavy wind. 
plague of dust has been obviated, and the 
temperature has been lowered to a comfort- 
able degree of coolness. 


Tnentron Brivor.—Tho work of ropair- 
ing this structure is being proceeded with 
as rapidly as possible undor the direction 
of Mr. John Francis, County Surveyor. 
It will probably be reopened for travel by 
tho ond of next week. 


Smacy Tuanks.—Speaking of the altora- 
tion in their rules made by tho Royal Can- 
adian Yacht Club, the Whig nays :—' Tho 


chango may be accoptable to somo of the 
Kingaton yachtamen—those having cabins 
can bo removed in a raco—but as 
for others, to our mind, the condescension 


which 


deserves but a very mild oxpression o 


ly in every respect the exalted position than 
the Very Rev. James Farrelly, who is highly 
esteemed by all classcs and creeds throughout 
tho dioceso, 


tho Panama canal schome. , 
Arrived, the Gamos from Liverpool. 


AGoop Svooxstiox,—Noticing the im- AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. 
provements that have been made in compiling 

voters’ lists, tho Stratford Beacon suggests| | Lennox, oe SOC 
another that could bo carried out advantage- | *4" Customs Department shows that the ox- 
ously, and would obviate a difficulty about | Port of grain for the month of May last was 
those having property in more than ono divi- 1,200,000 chotiverts less than May last yoar. 
rion, while it would render unncessary tho There is a million chetiverts decrease in 
thankless task of swearing such elector, which wheat Tho export of grain four the first five 
tho scratineor now has to perform, The months of the present year was 13,700,000 
suggestion is to the effect that the assossor | Chotivorts, against 18,400,000 for the corre 
“in making his yearly round,should ascertain ‘Thres| millions 
from ratepayers entitled to vote in more than 
one division,in what place they intend to cast 
their vote for Parliamentary purposes, and 
make a record of the same, which could be 
printed in the list, Inthat caso the votor 
could only exorcise his franchise once, for the 


sponding poried last year, 
of this decrease was wheat, 
Viewna, Aug.4.—The garrison ot Constan- 
tinoplg have received their month's arrears of 
pay. 

Opvrssa, Aug. 8.—A Socialist, named 
Someoff, imprisoned hero, just died in tho 
hospital from tho effects of torriblo burns, 
inflicted with tho intention of self destruction. 
the coll sitting 
potroloum lamp, the flesh of his fingers was 


He was found in over a 


Wuar Aus Jurrrent—Astronomers are 


just now busying thomselves-over an immense 
red spot upon tho surface of the planet 
Jupiter, It has been observed for some two 
years or more, but the phenomenon haa not 
been known Konerally until recently. Tho 
Rochester Democrat, ono of tho oditors of 
Which has neon it, estimates tho longth of the 
spot at about 18,000 miles, Tho rotary 
close watching to gota viow of the spot, the 
revolution of the planet, upon its axis, requir. 
ing only 9 hours and 65 minutes, 


Lhe spot 
wan accurately obsorved in Tt 


i ochostor, at mide 
night August Ist, so that allowing ton hours 


may calculate when to look for it, 
Mr. Ackorill or some other of our local an 
tronomers can givo tho public 


the subject, 


some idoas or 


velocity of Jupitor is uch that it requires | 


for each revolution of the planet an obscrver | 


Perhaps | 


coosumed, and his back up to his neck was 
horribly burned, Ho was removed to the 
hospital, whore he died. 

Lonvon, Aug. 8.—It is suspooted that tho 
Irish volunteer bill, which failed in the House 
of Lords last night, was squelchod by the ac« 
tion of Peors who aro great landed propriotors 
in Ireland, in supporting tho provious quos- 
tion. Tho Government leadora approved the 
bill, declaring that thoy thought it impolitic 
to tix the stigma of disloyalty on tho Irish 
poople 

Lonpon, Aug. 8.—A Capetown despatch 
nays the report that Cotowayo offered to nur. 
The impression is 


8 
\ ronder ia not confirmed. 


that he will give moro trouble, 
Alexander Hesie, an om- 


| Pan, Aug. 8. 
N | inent Fronch historicale and portrait painter, 


INWARDS, 
G.T,R.—J A Barkley, 113 cases; SBSmith, 
1 box ; Pitcoathly & Kelso, 81 cad’s tobacco. 
Exprees—A E Fish’& Co., 1 box; J Sawyer, 
1 pa; SC Taylor, 1 : Pitoeathly & Kelso, 
1 pa; T A King, 1 pa; S A Lazier, 1 bale. 
OUTWARD, 
Sch’ra Mary Wiloy and Millio Cook, Mill- 
point, light, 


ai. 


amiwerci 


MONEY MARKET AS REPORTED AT 


THE EXCHANGE OFFICE OF 
U, E, THOMPSON, 


Becievitie, August 8. 
Greonbacke buying at.. 99 to 99} 
re rolling at. 993 
American Silver buying at ....,.85 to 90 
British Silver baying eet ss) 


Stirling Exchange, 8 
Gold opsned at 100 ; closed at 100, 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 
InTRLLIGENCER Orrice, 
Belleville, Aug. 8, 1879. 


Wuear—S1 to $1.05. 

Bautey—Nominal. 

Rrge—45o to 50c. 

Oats—400 to 450, 

PEAs—50o. 

MuiTox—6c to 7c per pound, 

Hans—7o. to 9c. 

Burrer—Roll, 10oto 150. 
Butrer—Tub, nominally 8c to Ilo, 
Onersze—7@9o. 

Eaas—%o, to 120, per dozen. 
Hipes—Ronugh $4 to $5; Inspected $6.00, 
Sneerskins (shearlings)—35c, 
Deakrs—50c. 
Woor—206e per 1b. 

Lanp—8o to 100, 
Tattow—Kough, 340, 
Tartow—Rondered, 5. 
Cannaae—5o to 6Uc per doz. 
Poratrors—$1,00 per bag. 
Frovr—Wholeaale, $4.75 por bbl, 
Frou i—Retail, 85,25 por bbl 
Hay—86 to $8 per ton, 
CuicKkeNs—30c to 50c per pair, 
Ducks—45 to 60c per pair, 
Grxsk—35 to 50c. 
TurKuys—d0c to $1.00, 


MONTREAL MARKET, 

Monrreat, Aug. 8.—Flour, receipts 4,000 
brs ; sales, none reported ; market quiet and 
steady ; prices nominally unchanged, but to 
effect sales of any amount concessions would 
Quotations : Superiors $5.15 

5.00 to $5.05 ; fancy $4.90 
to $4.95 ; spring extra old ground $4.65 to 
$4.70 ; fresh ground $485 to $4.00 ; strong 
bakers $5,00 to $5.25 ; tine, $4.10 to $4.20 ; 
midd’gs $325 to $3.50; pollards $2.75 to 
$3.00 ; Ontario bake $2.35 to $2.40 ; city do. 
$2.50. 

Grain, provisions and ashes unchanged. 


NEW YORK STOUK MARKET. 


New Yorks, August 8, 
Gold 100, 


NEW YORK PRUDUCE MARKET. 


New Yor, August 8. 

Cotton quiet, unchanged. 

Flour dull; receipts 19,000 brls.; sales 10,- 
000; $3.65 to $4.30 for sup state and wan.; 
$4.30 to $4.65 tor com ch ex stato ; $4.30 to 
$4.70 for com ch ex wen.; $4.40 to $6.00 for 
ch ox RHO, 

Ryo flour firm ; sales 300 brls,, at $3.90 to 
$4.85, ‘ 

Wheat—spring dull, in buyors’ favor ; 
winter } to lo lowor, trade modorato ; receipts 
382,000 bus, ; sales, 128,000 ; No, 2 red, Aug. 
$1.08}. 

Rye stoady. ; 

Corn firm, quiet; receipts 132,000 buab,; 
salos 75,000, at 44 to 46c for western mixed 
spot, 

Barley dul 
Oats firm ; 
000; unchang 

Pork atoady at 

Lard weak at 


FOREIGN MARKETS 
Lonvon, Aug. 8,—Consols 97 11-16 ; 48 105) 


Livenroot, Aug. 8.—Cotton firmor ; up 
lands 6 5-16; Orleans 8. 


nominal. 

pts 38,000 bus; sales 30,- 
to 4lo, for whito do, 
70. 

75. 


“DIE 
At his residence on Bleecker Avenue, noar the 
; RK. Station, on the 7th instant, Danie 
Youna Dyer, agod 65 years and 29 dayy, 


A GOOD PLAN. 


Tho most profitablo way of dealing in atooks 
in by combining many orders and and oo-oporat« 
ing thom as a whole, dividing profits pro rata 
| among shareholders, nocording to the market, 
monthly, Each oustomor thus securos all th 
advantages of iinmonae capital and oxporic 

ed skill, and can use avy amount, from 810 to 
$10,000, more, with equal proportionate 
| muccoas, ‘* Now York St Reporter” and 
| now circular mailed free. Fall information 
for any ono to operate succem@fully, Lawrence 


in dead, aged 73, 


& Co,, 57 Exchange Pinoe, N. Y, 


Dys Heart Affections, Enlarged Spleen, 
K, i Pains through the 
Loins and Back, Lack of Strength and Activity, 
Spasms or Fits and Muscular and 
Spinal Affections, try th "lasters. 

They will do- you more good than all the lini- 
ments, lotions, plasters, nostrums, electrical 
belts, pads and other high-priced contrivances in 
the world. Placed over the pit of the Stomach 
they prevent and cure Ague !’ains, Bilious Colic 
Liver Complaints, and vitalize, strengthen, an 
protect the system from a thonsand ills. Thou- 
sands of living witnesses attest their value, - 


PRICE 26 CENTS, 


Be careful to obtain Cottrs' Vouraic Exzc- 
TRIC PLasTeR, a combination of wonderful cura- 
tive value. Sold by all druggists. 


VINEGARI 


VINEGAR! 


ROSS & DAVIES 


i] | AVE in stock and offer for sale : 


English Malt Vinegar, 
Crystal Pickling do: 
White Wine do. 
Cider do. 


R. & D, havo also in stock- 
Ginger Ale, 
Seltzer Water, 


Soda Water, 
Lager Beer, in Kegs, 
Bottled Ale, 


in Quarts and Pints (very fine). 
ALSO, 
Sugar Cured Hams, 
Breaktast Bacon. 
Dried Beef. 


The ceebrated Hlectric Soap also for 
salo, 


ROSS & DAVIES, 


FamiLy Grocers, &c., 
Corner Front and Bridgo Sts. 
Belloville, May 30, 1579. 


measure for a Summer Suit, manufactured in the latest style, at 


FOSTEHR & RHID’S. 


New Serges and Scotch Tweeds 


suitable for Summer wear, just to hand, 
FOSTER & REID, 


Naw. 


THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA. 
TRUNKS AND BAGS 


Received To-Day, July 24th, 


Y 


HAINES & LOCKETT, — 


“City Boot Store,” Belleville. 
THE CRYSTAL SARATOGA, 
THE CANVAS DOMINION, 
THE EMPRESS TRUNK, 
THE REAL GRAINED BAG BROWN, 
THE REAL GRAINED SATCHEL BROWN. 


SEE OUR STUCK FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF FIRST CLASS COODS. 
All the Low Price Lines on hand. 


S.A. OLIV HR, 
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES 


16 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO, 


DO 
you 
WANT 
A 
TRUNK? 


BELLEVILLE BRANCH, 


ROBERTSON’S BLOCK, Front Street. 
COODS ‘SOLD DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. 


The Only Business in Canada conducted on the same principle. 


Over $200,000 worth of Boots and Shoes so supplied last year. 


1 by selling to Dealors, first lod to our establishing of 


4 : ally suataino’ 
SE ee cama people for cash, all the goods wo 


Branch Stores, whero wo could supply direct to tho 
could manufacture Thus giving to the peopl tho goods lesa tho Dealers’ (ae and mK 
to oursclvos tho annual losa. We were tho moro forcibly improssed into thia step from the 
fact that cheap Eastern made shoddy goods were being palmod off as our goods. We now 
sell our own goods, warrant what we soll, use no shoddy or inforior material of any Boas 
and can and do supply goods of tho bost quality 25 per cont. less than thoy can ug 


elsewhere. 


Everything Marked in Plain Figures. 


ONLY ONE PRIOH. 


ae ae! ie mail 

TWNHE Steamer TRANSIT will mako a trip 
around the head of the Bay EVERY 
THURSDAY, when not otherwise engaged, 
leaving ber wharf at 2:30 p. m., and return 
at 6p, m., calling at the Comotery going and 

roturping, y 
Tho ‘Transit will also make a trip to 
T on MONDAYS and 


hour, 
Faro, 25ots. 


by 


Children, accompanied 


°° Salo choap, and up 
lots to suit purchasor ncren of nood 

land, within a fow minutos’ walk of the City. 

Also, « largo nuinber of Building Lota in the 
) hich will bo nold chonp. 

City nS ROWRT READ, 

a aa 


aay torma, in 


Hopt 


RCHITECT. \ 
Campboll Streot, opposite Opera Houso, 
March 24. Smdkw 


Valuable Work. 


4 COPY (now) of Zeit’s Excyc or apis 


/ forsalo—abargain. To be seen at Har. 


rison’s Music Store. ‘20 


CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 


pleto in this department, aud wo can make to moasuro 


Our arrangements are now com 0 
fr : in the latest styles, at little over 


»romptly either Gentlemen's, Ladies’ or Children’s goods, 
alf the price usually charged, 


S. A. OLIVER, 


ROBERTSON'’S BLOCK, 


Front Street, 
TORONTO. BHLLE VILLE. 


EDISON'S ] For Sale Cheap 


ELEGTRIG ABSORBENT BELT -y og 


ALUABLE Building Lota in Woat Bollo« 
ville, 
. | Lota dand 7 Howard Stroct, 61 and 60 
For the Prevention and Ouro of | Stovons: Ramee 68 West Victoria Street, 
2080, and lot L West Octavi 
eras |"The above aro moat desirablo lots, well 
nituated, and will be sold cheap. 

For terma and partioulars apply to Joseph 
G. Vandusen at M, B, Roblin’s office, or to 
BELL & BELL, 

Vondor's Solicitors, 
AStyw-2w 


BRANCHES: 


BRLLEVILLR. 
Ponr Hore, 
Perennono’, 
HAMILTON. 
Sr, CATHARINES, 
Barns, 
BRaxtronp, 

{ OMATHAM, 


Factory & Office, 


16 Front St. East, 


THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. 


No internal modioino requi Tho mild 
part bent 's current of Bleotricity, togothor 
with tho absorbont qualitios as furnished by 
tho Belt, render it truly the wonder of the age. | 


Datod Qlet July, 1879. 


BANK NOTE BOOKS 


Fs any Bank, in different aixos, for sale 


1 ron P. 
Cant on your Davagisr ron Panrnper. at the [NTRLLIRCER Officn, 


Ohdiw 


"STRAWBERRIES. 


Fresh Strawberries 
RECELVED DAILY 


AT DICKHNS’, 


‘And sold by the quart or served with 
Too Cream, 


ICE CREAM 


In different flavors at 40 cents re 
$1.50 per gallon, dalivored wel 
i rt of the city 

beg “ M. DICKENS & SONS, 


June 17, 1879 


SSE 
BELLEVILLE- AN 


STEAMER KINCARDINE, 


Carn, BLANeHan, 
ILL, until further notice 
every MONDAY at 9 


Kingston, arriving at Oswe on 


Belleville on Suntlay afternoon. 
Faros and froights very low. 


For tickets and farther information. apply to 
W. 


H, CAMPE 
at tho Wharf, 
or ©. D, FULLER, 
Ofhee City Square. 
Bolloville, July 8, 1879. 


FISH MARKET, 
231 


Front Street. 
All Kinds kept 
for Sale. 


CITY IGE CO. 


Ordors received for Ico 
by the WERK or 
MONTH. 


LEAVENS& ROBLIN 
Tuly 3. 


1 will unbesitatingly guarantee my 


r quart, or 
packed in 


AND OSWECO. 


© Belloville 
look, a. 1m. 


calling at Mill Point, Picton, Bay a 


mornings, in timo for all trains, returning to 


Daily Hntelligencer. 
as e : 
Curran’s Bonmots. 

(From a Recent Book of Reminiscences. ) 

Curran’s conversation was singularly bril- 
liant. Byron, who only knew him when 
in tho evening of his lifo it had lost much 
of its radiant vivacity, thus writos of it :— 
‘© fis imagination ia beyond human, and 
his humor—it is diffioult to define what is 
wit—perfect, Ho has fifty fa and twice 
as many yoices, when ho mimi I never 
mot his equal.” ‘* Curran, Curran is the 
man,” ho writes again, ‘' who struck the 
most, Such imagination, There never 
was anything ‘like it,” Andagain, ‘I 
have heard that man speak more pootry 
than I havo evor writtep, though I 
have soon him but seldom.” Woe shall on- 
deavor to give some specimens, some of 
which have nover soon the light of an April 
afternoon. Curran, walking in the garden 
of the late Judge Flotchor, which had been 
exposed, owing to tho wall falling in ; on 
the judge’s observing that his rows of 
broceoli wero backward, Curran anid, 
“Consider,thoy have been exposed to much 
dust and look as if they had boon after a 
long march” (March), A barrister onter- 
od the hall ono day with his wig very much 
awry, and of which, not at all surprisod, ho 
i to endure from every observer 
some laughing remark, until, addressing 
Mr, Curran, he said, Do you soo anything 
ridiculous in this wig!” The answer in 
stantly was, ‘' Nothing but the head.” 
Bills of indictment had boon sent up to a 
grand jury in which Mr, Curran was in- 
terested. On one of the jurors,whose stupi- 
dity vexed Curran,coming into court to 
plain why they ignored Curran soid, 
“Oh, just write on the back ramus for 
self and fellows, It will then beatrue bill.” 
A miniature painter upon his cross ex- 
amination by Curran was made to confess 
that he had attempted to put his arm around 
tho waist of a particular lady. ‘hen, 
sir,” said Curran, “I suppose you took the 
waiate (waste) fora common.” ‘No man,” 
said Curran, ‘“‘but a weak-minded barrister 
should be admitted to the bar who has not 
an independent property.” “May I ask,” 
said Carran, ‘how many acres it takes to 
make a wise-acre?” Curran was once 
challenged by.a barrister named Burrowes, 
supposed to ba in an incurable declino 
When thoy met, Currans’s second came to 
him and said; ‘Tho second of your anta- 
gonist requests, as his principal is in a very 
fewble condition, that he may be allowed 
to lean against tho mile-stone where ho is 
i ing the oxcha of shots.” 
id Corran. with a twinkle 
in his eyo, ‘provided Tam allowed to lean 
against the next milestone.” Judge Day, 
a very excellent and amiable judge, once, 
in the ondeayor to bring the assizes to a 
close, continued a trial until near midnight, 
when Jurran sent up a slip of paper— 

z My Lord, forbear! 


soon 


id Flake Cut Plug 


To ne tux BEST SMOKING TOBACCO iy 


CANADA” 


made by a new and original process 
which the rank nicotine fs extracted 
and the swect Aroma and Natural Flavor are 
retained. It is made from pure sun-cured, 
Bright Virginia Leaf, without the ald of colore 
ing or injurious compounds: It Is cut ready 
B foruse and neatly packed in tin foil, in come 
Pact 4 ounce packages, It will keep in any 
climate and will not burn the tongue, 
‘As dealers are slow to take hold of anew 

U thing, however much its merit, until there is & 
IJ) demand for it, 1 have determined. to place It 
directly within the reach of all, For the next 

pp. ainsty dys, where Itcannot be obtained of local 


dealers, I will send two sample packages 
(4 ox. cach) post-pald, to ome address, on 
Teceipt of so cts. ( stamps or currency). 


All loxers of the pipe are Invited to give At 


trial. J. EB. SAXTON| f 
Girone Touacco Works, WINDSOR, Ox. 


SEE THE LIST 
or 


FARMS FOR SALE 


IN THE 


WEEKLY MAIL, 


Parties Wisnrxa To SExy, 
Apvertise THERE. 


Pantres Wisittna To Buy, 
Reap Tusre. 


Advertisements of Farma for 
sale are inserted in the WEEK- 
LY MAIL, 20 words for 50cts. 
each insertion; each additional 
worl 2c, 

Advertisements of Farms for 
sale aro inserted in the DAILY 
MAIL, 20 words for 25cta, each 
insertion; each additional word 


boyvo rates. 
Address MAIL, Toronto, 


Imperishable Fragrance. 


Murray & Lanman’s 
CELEBRATED 
\) \ Florida 
, Water. 


The rich 
f ety 


it, mont Inet- 
Heate of 


‘ oe RET 8)! Perfomes for uee on 

TRL in, kerghiof 
at the Totlet end in the Bath, tal and 
healthful fu the sick room, relieves Weakness, fa- 


thrne, prostrn 
oat for cou 
Wa 

Lauman & Kerp 


Yor Salo _by Porfumers, Druggists and 
Fancy Goods Doalers, 


PERRY DAVIS & SON & LAWRENCE Axonta, 
jlya ; MONTREAL. 


vnc 


ook 


rT 
“FLU 
ay 1D BEEF 
BEd Is now extensively 

| used in British and 
Vale < Continental Inati- 
Degen Nr pay eee 
Oe ERI "Aye? a 
ie preseribed by the m ical faculty wherever it 

Its adaptability is general to tho invalid, the 
cbildre it 
ent, and for 


ite 


ion or 
t is the perfection of known 


SOLD BY DRUCCISTS AND LEADING GROCERS, 
Price 35c, 60e and 81, 
Manufacturodby JOHN L. JOHNSTON. 
ally Montreal, Canada 


" 0 8uz 


% 


Wpeestites the cures Disensos of the Skin 
Beantifies the Complexicn, Proventsa and 
anagilee Rhoumatisr and Gout, LHoals Soros 
interacts contagion, 
X.Be-Vor fall description, ask your drug. 
oF Cirenlar, 


nl r 1 world will say, 
Methink I hear the rogues declare 
That justice is not done by Day, 

Judge Day smiled and adjourned the conrt. 
The Judge, a very tall man, was in tho habit 
of walking with a very little man, Sir Ar- 
thur Clarke, who was a knight and was call- 
ed, from keeping baths off Great George's 
street, ‘ Knight of the Bath,” and who was 
married to Lady Morgan's sister. ‘* There 
goes,” said the wit sewing them, ‘the long- 
ost day and tho shortest night” (knight). 
Currah and the celebrated Dublin tobacco- 
nist, Lundy Foot, whose name was wrote a 
snuff, wero great friends, and Foot one day 
asking him for a motto for his coach, ‘* Cer- 
tainly," said Curran, ‘* I give you a good 
Latin ono, ‘Quid rides.’” Curran died in 
London in October, 1817, and was buried 
in Paddington, where his remains rested 
until 1834, when they were removed to the 
‘and he loved so well, and deposited tem- 
porarily in the mausoleum at Lyons in the 
county of Kildare, the seat of his friend 
and client, Lord Clancurry, until his mon- 
ument of granite at Glasnevin cemetery, 
near Dublin, was completed. Beneath it, 
built on the model of the tomb of Scipio, 
he now sleeps, with the simple, but strong 
word above him—Corran. 


How the Heron Attracts Trout. 


Tho old writors on angling, especially Wal- 
ton, hala numberof queer magical receipts 
for alluring trout. Among the various rather 
nasty compounds, in which ‘ivy oil’ played a 
pare we do not remember that a heron's 
breast was an ingredient, yet if M. Noury, 
who has lately written on the matter, under- 
stands his subject, there is nothing that at- 
tracts trontso much as the breast of tho 
heron. In the streams Rislo, Euro, [thou and 
Longue that solitary angler, the heron, has 
nearly oxtorminated the trout. Many of us 
have watched the patient bird waiting for his 
prey, but has been loft for M. Noury to. dia- 
cover how ho attracts tho fish, The heron 
Wades into the water till it reaches its bronst, 
and, when trout pa: dives down on them 
with its bill. Thero is a pleasing bird to be 
hin some avaries of which visitors are 
nod by the attendant that ‘’o always 
haims at the hoye.’ The heron is less parti- 
cular, and spits the trout where and how he 
can. But why dothe trout not give him a 
wide-berth ; Why do they actually make, if 
M. Noury is right, for tho place the heron has 
taken hia stand? Tho reason is this: * Bo- 
neath tho skin on the breast of the heron aro 
certain small reservoirs, which create. a fatty 
matter that the animal can exude at pleasure.’ 
This substance has a smell offensive to us, 
but peculiarly pe sant to trout. Tho unfortu- 
nate fish go to look for the source of their 
favorite delicacy, and then the heron is down 
on them, ‘If tho breast of a heron be placed 
in a trout trap the latter will soon bo full of 
fish, no matter how largo it is,” If this be 
true, it probably has not escaped tho notice 
of Mr. Frank Buckland. Perhaps it is soarce- 
ly right to circulate the story, for wo shall 
have disloyal pait-ahers keoping herons’ 
breasts in their worm-bags. One or two ex- 
periments will decide the question. 


How Women Would Vote. 


Were the question admitte ballot, 
and womon ware allowed to yote,every woman 
in tho Jand who has used Dr, Pierce's Favorite 
Prescription would voto it to be an unfailing 
romody for the diseases poculiar to hor sox. 
Dr. Pierce has received hundreds of gratoful 
tentimonials of its curative powor. 

Towa Crry, Iowa, Mar-h 4th, 1878, 

Prence, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Sit—For many months { was a great 
Fhysioians could afford me no relief, 
In my dospair I commenced the use of your 
Favorite Prescription. It speodily offected 
my entire and permanent cure 

Yours thankfally, 
Mra. Pauc R. Baxren. * 


Swallowed a Baby. 


to the 


sufferer. 


Whion Thackeray visited our shoros for tho 
first time and was invited to partake of a dish 
of oynters, tho sizo of our anddle rocks aston« 
ished him. Accustomed to tho small coppor- 
tainted oyator of his native isle, ho pausod 
But only for an instant,and in ono gulp it was 

y ** How do you feel ?” asked a friend 

igh Thad swallowed a baby, 

To the bonighted 


was tho repl 


foroigi 


| Emotstow or Cop Linen Ott combined with 
the Hyroritosriires ov Lite AND Sopa, which 

for dobility, all bronchial affections aud con. 
sumption stands unrivalled. It is also acoept- 
able to the most delicate stomach. 


Tie Penrvomm or an Hentsriene, 


LOWDEN, INGLIS, NEILL & Co,, 
Wholosmle Agente, 


ady 52 Youge 4%, Toronto, 


Throughout an area occupied by more than 
one huodred milifons of civilized beings, Mun« 
HAY & LALsMtan's Fronioa Wares is to-do: 

the otandard perfume in sooioty, a 


J r| 
our oyators aro a rovolation as is alao Scorr's 


The Diet of Worms. 


Worms infest tho uppor partof the bowels 
and feod on ohylo. ‘They produce a voracious 
appetite and great emaciation of tlesh, and 
this onormous dosire for food, which is never 
satiafiod, is, no doubt, occasioned by the im- 
modiate consumption of the chylo, for the 
worm foeds upon tho oxtracted nourishment 
of the f od, Costivenoss, indigestion, im- 
propor dict, and the unhealthy secretions of 
the bowols in ohildron, are among the causes 
producing worms, A brisk, regular motion 
of tho bowels would alwaya prevent worms 
m collecting in the intestines, The appetite 

smes variablo and voracious, tho belly is 
hard and swolled, thore is the picking of the 
nose, the atarting in al srindiog of the 
teeth. Tho flosh becomos was and the 
child is liable to convulsions. ont pain 
in the bowols and sicknoss of the a 


strong symptoms of worms, Thorois r 
no nood to sond for a physician in such cases. 
Dr. Hennick’s Scoan Goarap Pitus, which 
any child will willingly take, aro spooially 
ailapted to the reliof of such cases, Thoy are 


roally a family modicino which cannot safely 
be ignored. 


A Singular Accident on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford 


R. R. 1 
New Haven, Aug, 7, 1877. 
Dr. Grurs:—While on duty as firoman on 
‘engine 47, out ton miles from this city, on 
Shore Lino was accidently thrown off 
against a rock, train under fall hoad—about 
y-five miles an Was vory badly 
bruised. Your agent was on board. He fur- 
nished mo with two bottles of Liniment I 
Ammonia, from whion I received tho g' 
possible benetit, In four days was ablo to sit 
up, and am now able to commence work. My 
agod mother also use 1 tho Liniment tor rhou- 
matism, which it cured. Joun GArYNEY. 
The above was witnessed by a number of 
passongera,and yvouchod for by Mr, 'T, McGee, 
conductor, 
Sold by all druggists. 


Send for pamphlet, 
Dr. Grea, 
120 West Broadway, N. Y. 


Trial size 25 conts. 


A Stiour Conc that we are so apt to con. 
sider a mere annoyance and treat with cor- 
responding neglect, too often proves to be the 
1 sown for an inevitable harvest —Consumr- 
TION. Immediate and thorough treatment is 
our only safeguard. A teaspoonful of Robin- 
son's Phosphorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oit 
with Lacto Phosphate of Lime givon whenever 
the cough is troublesome, will afford immediate 
reliof, and if preserved in will effect a cure 
ev n the most obstinate cases, 


Prepared solely by J, H. Ronixsox, Phar- 
maceutical Chemist, St. Joh . B., and for 
tale by Druggists and Gen Dealers. Prico 


$1.00 per bottle ; six for $5. 


Ask Yourself these ‘Questions. 


Are youa despondent sufferer from Sick 
Headache, Habitual Costivencss, Palpitation 
ofthe Heart? Have you Dizziness of tho 
Head? Is your Nervous System depressed ? 
Does your Blood circulate badly? Have you 
a Cough? Low Spirits? Coming up of the 
food after eating? Ke, & All of these and 
much more are the direct results of Dyspepsia, 
Livor Complaint nnd Indigestion, Green's 
Avaust Frower is now acknowledged by all 
Druggists to bo a positive cure. 2,400,000 
bottles were given away inthe U, S. through 
Druggists to the people as atrial, Two doses 
will satisfy any person of its wonderful qual- 
ities in curing all forms of Indigestion. Sam- 
plo bottles 10 ots. Regular size 75 cte. Sold 
positively by all first-class Druggists in the 
United States and Canada. 


Evvs's CocoA.—GratrroL AND Com¥ort- 
tna. —'' By a thorough knowledgo of the 
natural laws which govern the operations of 


digestion and nutrition, and by a careful ap- 

lication of the fine Prepetion of well-select- 
od cocoa, Mr, Epps has provided our break- 
fast tables with a delicately favored beverage 
which may save us many heavy doctors’ bills. 
It in by the judicious usc of such articles of 
diot that a constitution may bo gradually built 
up until strong enough to resist every tend- 
ency todisase. Handreds of subtle maladies 
aro floating around us ready to attack wher- 
ever there is a weak point, We may escape 
many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well 
fortitied with pure blood and a properly nour- 
ished frame.”—Civil Service Gazette.—Sold 
only in packets labelled-"'James Ervs & Co., 
Homopathio Chemiata,London, Eng.” d&w 


LANDS FOR SALE. 


PNHE undersigned offer for sale the follow. 
ing Lands at reasonablo rates : 


BELLEVILLE. 


Lots 1, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 
25, 26 and 27 on Plan of Abercrombie Vlace, 
9 and 10 town line, Nj 11 and 18 on north 
side and lot 4 on south side of Wilkios Street, 
on Hull's Block I. G. H., with Stone House 
and 4 wooden Tenements, and 4 wooden build- 
ings on Canifton Road, near Railway Crossing. 
10 east Coleman Street, near Foot Bridge ; 5, 
6, 7, 8 and 9 on north side of Campbell Street, 
kus as the Opera House Block ; 5 east 
John Street ; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 east Victoria 
Street ; 2, 7,5 and 9 wost of Albert 
Street, in Coleman Ward; 7, 8, 9 and 12 
Tassell Block ; 11, 12 and 14 Booth Block ; 
18 and 19 east side of Wellington Street ; 43 
McDonald’s Plan, and 3 and 4 Victoria Plan, 


MADOC. 
40 acres of lot 5, in 2d concession, 
TECURLOW. 
Lots 41, 45, 47, 50 and 51 on the Boninger 


Plot 

TUDOR. 
Lota 5, 6, 7, 8, 31, 32, 41 aud 42 west side 
of Hastinga Road ; lots 5, 6, 7, }, 27, 28, 
37, 38 and 64 cast sido of Hastings Road, 


LIMERICK 


Lots 26 and 27 cast Hastings Road; 11 in 
the 13th con., and 12 in the 16th con, 


WOoOLLASTON-. 
Lots 32 and 33 west side of Hastinge Road. 
THOS. 


WILLS, } , 
: Lass Trustocs, 


NE 


IS GEnui 


: PAPER BAGS" 


Grocers, Milliners, Hatters,&c. 
WRAPPING PAPER 
In Srraw, Manitra, ann Ta, 


STATIONERY and ENVELOPE 


at tho lowost Montroal and Toronto prices, 
cither printed or plain, at 


LAZIBR’'S WHOLESALE PAPER | 

STORD, | 

Oamrneu, Srnert. 
_Bollevillo, May 27, 1879. 


$12 a day ot home. 


Onttit and torma free 
Avguate, Maino, 


Agents wanted 
TRUE & CO, | 


SES = 
REGULATIONS 


Disposal of certain 
is for the Pur- 
adian 


peting the 
ir 


Deranrsent ov THe INrenion, 
July 9th, 1879, 


situate within 110 (c 
on ¢ side of the line of the 
Railw 


1 


anadian Pac 


f the said 

Red River, 

wgulations, the 
1 


ntil further and final sury 
railway has been made west of th 
1 for the purposes of those 
line of thu said railway ah sll 
on the fourth base weat te 
of t aid base by the lin 
anc west of the first principal x 
e ina direct line to the fluence of the 
River with the River Assiniboine, 

i side of the line 
divided into belts, 


oridian, and 


t 
Shell 

2. The country ly 
of railway shall be respectivel 
as follows : 

*(1) A belt of five miles on either side of the 
railway, and immediately adjoining the samo, to 
bo called holt A; 

¥ A belt of fitteen miles on either side of 
way adjoining belt A, to be called belt B; 
3) A belt of twenty miles on eithor aide of 
the railway, adjoining belt B, to be called O; 

“(4) A bolt of twenty miles on either side of 
the railway, adjoining bolt C, to be called belt 

Ds 


+ ani 
(5) A belt of fifty milos on either mde of tho 
railway, adjoining belt D, to bo called belt E. 
3. ‘Tho Dominion lands in belt A. shall be ab- 
solutely withdrawn from homestead entry, also 
from pre-omption, and shall be held exclusively 
for sale at six dollars per acre. 


~~ E - 
BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


_ MAILa, Close. Delivered, 
East porG, T. R., including Lonadalo, Marysyillo, Shannonville, 
Kingsford, and Maritimo Provinces ianeorsdauecdcers eeLL OO 
Picron esse seeeenevee . 9,00 p.m, 
United Statos via Capo Vincent .....5. s+. ‘oe 9.00 p.m. 
Weasr por G.T.R., incladding Wostorn Statos and West'n Proyinces } 9:00 p.m. 


9:00 p.m, 


Srmuino, Harold, Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- 


ton—Daily at 7% 
Monio, Burnbrao & onday & Friday B 
WALLupripor on Tue 1 Saturday F 5:00 p.m. 
RepNensvite meliasburg, Mountain View, Rossmore, daily.. 1:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m, 
rece and Coofton, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday........ 1;00 p-m. 10:00 a.m. 
Molville, Allisonvillo and Hillier, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 1:00pm. 10:00am, 
Mapoo, Iyanhoo, Halloway, West Huntingdon, Foxboro, daily, 1:00 p.m. _ 12:00 noon, 
Burpoxwaren, Roslin, Plainflold, Thomasburg, ‘Tweed, apman, 

_Canifton, ‘daily... Woaq aig att ad Cee 1,00 p.m. 
Moira and Phillipston on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday .. 1.00 p.m. 


Stoco, Bogart, and Fullor, on Taosday and Friday 
Sidney Crossing, Wednesday and Satarday........- 
Burris Matis close as follows :—per Canadiau line 


1,00 p.m. 


9:00 p.m, 
9:00 p.m, 


Office hours, 7 30 a.m, to 7.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. fi 
‘ FORSIGN POSTAGE. 

Canada having been admitted into tho Postal Unio, there is a re-arrangement of Postal 
$0 ‘ rates, ns follows : — ; 

For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, Egypt, France, Alzeria, German ‘ 
Great Britain and Ireland, Greece, Italy, Laxembourg. Malta, Montenegro Noethorlands 
Norway, Persia, Portugal, Azores, Roumania, Russia, St, Pierro, Servia, Spain, the Canary 
Islands, Swedon, Switzerland, and Turkey. And via United States :—Bermuda, Bahamas 
Caba, Danish Colonios of St. Thomas. St. John, St. Croix, Jamaica, Japan, and Porto Rice, 


, Gibraltar, | ¢ 


4. ** The lands in belt B shall be disposed of 
as follows; ‘The even-numbered sections within 
the belt shall be set apart for homesteads and 
pre-emptions, and the odd-numbered sections 
shall be regarded as railgray lands proper, “The 
homesteads on the ev@-numbered sections, to 
the extent of eighty acres each, shall consist of 
the easterly halves of the easterly halves, also of 
the wester'y halves of the westerly halves of 
such sections; and the pre-emptions on such 
even-numbered sections, also to the extent of 
eighty acres each, adjoining such cighty-acre 
hecieeteap SBAUMGRAME OL the westerly balven 
of the easterly halves, also of the easterly halves 
of the westerly halves of such sections, and shall 
be sold at the rate of $2.50 (two dollars and fifty 
cents) per acre. Railway lands proper, bein 
the odd-numbered sections within the belt, wil 
be eld for sale at five dollars per acre. 

5. The even-numbered sections in belt C will 
be ot apart for homesteada and pre-emptions of 
eighty acres each, in manner as above deacrit 
the price of pro-emptions similarly to be & 
(two dollars and fifty cents) per acre ; the rail- 
way tands to consist of odd-numbered sections, 
and to be dealt with in the same manner os 
aboye provided in respect of lands in belt B, ex- 
cept that the price shall be $3,50 (three dollars 
and fifty cents) per acre. 

6. ‘* The even-numbered -sections in belt D 
shall alao be set apart for homesteads and_pre- 
emptions of eighty acres each, as provided for in 
of belts B ald C, but the price of pre- 
emptions shall be at tho rate of $2 (two dollars) 

wracre. Railway ls to consist, as in the 
Bates Band ©, of th numbered sections,and 
the price thereof to be at the uniform rate of $2 
(two dollars) per acre. 

7. ‘* In the belt E, the description and area 
of homesteads and pre-emptions, and railway 
lands respectively, to be as above, and the prices 
of both pre-omptions and railway’ lands to be at 
the uniform rate of $1 (one dollar) per acre, 

8, ‘The terms of sale of pre-emptions through: 
out the several belts, B, C, D and E shall be as 
follows, viz,: Four-tentha of the purchase money, 
together with intere