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LET THERE BE 


VOL. 15, 


Iss1, 1881, 


SUMMER SERVICE, 
- ALLAN LINE 


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Business Mivectory. 


Jobn J. B, Fiint, 

YOLICITOR for Bank of Commorce, Office 
kK) Campbell Street, Money to loan at lowes 
rates, No charges for commission, 


A. BR. Dovoatt, Q QO, 


William N. Ponton, M.A., 
ARRISTER, Attorney, Solicitor in Chan- 
cary, Conveyancer, Ko, Office, No. 3, Poat 


STEAMSHIPS, 


To AND FROM 


Liverpool, Londonderry, and 

» Glasgow. 

J firat-olass Olydo-bailt iron steamships 

+ of the Allan line, (carrying the Canadian 

and United States Mails,) will despatched 
as follows:— 

? SAILINGS FROM QUEBEC: 
POLYNESIAN, - - - 20th Oot, 
SARDINIAN, - - + «+ Sth Noy, 
PARISIAN, weyers Teh 

\ : PERUVIAN, - . «5s 

’ SARMATIAN, - - -26h 

RATES OF PASSAGE : 
From Relleville via Quebec:—Cabin eovord? 
to position of state-room, $79.80, $89.80. 


BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. 
Office in Gordon Block, Front St. 
Money to loan at lowost rates. © A ama 
sum of privato junds on hand at six per cent., 
straight loan, no commission, 24d 
_W. J. GIBSON, B.A, M,D., OM. 
| gi House Sargeon of Kingston Gonoral 

Hospital. Graduate of Queen's Univor- 


sity. Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Office 
Dafoe House Block. d&w 


J, E. Eakins, M. D, | 


termediate, with first-class Railway Faro, RADUATE of Toronto University, Licen- 

' $47. tiate of the Royal College of Rorenoon, 
° Steerage with first-class Railway Fare, $52. | and Licentiate of the Royal College of Physio- 
Return Tickets at reduced ratos, ians, Edinburgh. Office and residence corner 


Hote! and Obureh § Streets, Belleville. 
A.W 


S' passengers are booked to London, 
{ Briatel, Gerlifl, Queens: . . Derry and Glas- PONTON 


4 gow, at samo rates ye { 
An experionced 9 n acoompanios cach ROVINOIAL LAND SURVEYOR, Bello- 
vessel, yille. Office in the Gordon Blook, near- 
_ sond for their ae ly over Overell’s Book Store. : 
obtain ortificates at lowest rates from |) ~=——-————— Pre ee 
: Englaud, Ireland or Scotland, to any place in BELL & BIGGAK, 
Canada ARRISTERS, Attorneys, &o. Ovrioes— 


Cornor of Bndgo and Front Strects, 


Tho last train cpanenting at Quobeo with 
i Bellovillo, Ontario. 


the Allan Mail Steamer leayo Belleville 


sree eriday at nOem. yet eatin A Joun Bucr, Q. C. W. H. Biaaan. 
ra can eave by nig a —— 

train on Tadaye, and connect with the ateam- BLAIR & HOUGH, 

or at Rimousk: (paying tho oxtra fare, $4.45, ARRISTERS, &o., offices No. 4 Ashley 

Quobeo to Rimovskt.) © Block,over Canadian Bank of Commerce? 


For tickets and o information, aj Front St. Belleville. 
: “x ee id HUGH BLAIR, J. STANLEY HOUGH, 


N. B.—Private monox to 2 at 7 per cent, 


Ropertson & Thomas, 
ARRISTERS, &o. Office—Robertson 
Blook, east side of Front Street, Bollo- 
yille, Ont. ai 
Asx. Roparrson. 


U. E. THOMPSON, 
, Agent, Belleville, 


FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. 


Commoprous AND Favyontrz PassenoER 
AND ¢BEIORT STEAMER , 


J, Parker THomas. 


‘ Deianey & Ostrom, “ 
3 eo yritee tamed Attorneys, eto., Trentan. | 
' a =z _Poterson & Peterson, 
anmxaypRa, | Biro et Slee 
re in veno an O- 

uy Carrary Sarin, 4 ohanios’ lien oases, Conveyan ’ , &o. 
; ILL, until further notice, leave Belle..} Head Office corner Bri per Front Ste., 
ville every Saturday evening and | Belleville, ; 
Kingston 8 o'clock Monday evening, down- Branoh office O'Flynn’s Black, Madoo. 

[ wards, A. M. Prrersow, A. 0. W. Paranson,B, A, 
Returning, ee ee at six o’olook Geo. D. Dickson, 
meats fr lowest rates-to Portland, | RE ae &o., Post Office Blook, 

Orchard Besch, White Mountains, and all Bridge Strest, Bolloville, 
Foante nee ee eee al | Sam’L 8. Wallbridge, Jr. LL. B., 
formation, apply to the Captain on Board or | A TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Chai 
to Grahan'?’ Bh aL entoee fone Gain shalt 
Ww. f ’s Blook, entranos ' 
{ oe Ee ee nest || Street, BallevillacOst. daw tf 
Belleville, May 8rd, 1881. d&w John J. Farley, M.D. 
. Cy and Residenco,—Front Streot, 
over Carmichael’s Drug Storo, 


uieeee (eh 
5 Hats Dr, &. James 
AS removed his office to his residence, 


Y The Steamer “ VARUNA, , Pa Church Stroct, noar the Kingston 


; pleats — carey cating S. A. Abbott, NM. D., 
é 0" at) (NN RADUATE of Quoon’s University, and 
Ratustvile abd ports between the head of momber of the College of Ph eal 
e Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville at 8 a. Surgeons of Ontario. Ovyicu—In Robortson’s 


Now Block, West Front Street, next to 


" S Moohanios Institute, Bolleville, "4158 


nn . 
> Omnibuses in waiting at Picton and Belle- Evans & Bolger, 
Ville. ROVINOIAL LAND SURVHYORS 
li W. H. CAMPBELL, Arohiteots, Olvil Enginecrs and Land 
. Agent, Belleville. | Agonts, Offico—Dominion Buildings, Bridgo 
“ay vs et Agent, Picton. Street, Belleville, Surveying in all i 
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branches in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to, Drawings, Spooclfications, , 
ofinventions spearg send T aay applied for, 
Joun D, Evans, Txos, O. Betoxzr, 
PLS, 0, BE, & A. : P, 1.8, 


BANKING OFFICE 
U. E THOMPSON, 


a 


THE STEAMER HERO, 


Seer et 7! 
i 4 


ens ite > “a 
G@ ORAWFORD, MASTER, 
"ILL leave Belleville every morning 


(Saturdays and Sunda: copted) at 
ae calling at interm, Ber ork oth 
Maernicg! will leave Kin for Bolloville Barmes Srnaez, Bavievices, Ont. 


and intermediate ports at 4:30 p.m. 

The “Hero” connects at Kingston with the 
G. T, R, going East and Woat; tho Royal 
‘Mail lino of steamers for Montreal, Toronto 
and Hamilton ; the forry steamers for Cape 
—— and steamers for Ridean Canal and 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold, - 


Doposlts recelved, subjoot to withdrawal 
without notice and interest allowed. 


¢ ~ RUPTURE 
Chas, Cluthe’s 
Pat Spiral T:u°: 


yon cunE or Rurruns. 


wa. 
For further information a to 
Ww. a MUA MPBELL, 
Belleville, May 6, 1881, d&w 


ANHOOD. 
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! 


ri havo recently published a» new 


edition of Dr. Oulverwell’s Oele- 


ENTIMELY NEW PRINCIPLE 
Nothing better and more substantial undor the 


bility, Mental and Physioal Inca , 
Impediments to Marriage, ote, Sisalitea few 


oxcosacs, sun! you aro ruptured or deformed send 
MF Price, in s sealed envelope, only 6 conts, | for book on Rurruna avp Homan Fuse, by 
or two postsge stamps. Chas, Clothe. Bost information of a life-long 


The colebrated anthor, in this sdmirablo 
Eassy, oloarly domonstrates,from thirty years’ 
succcesfal praction, that alarming oonse- 

aonces may be radloally cured without the 

rous use of interna medicine or the 
Application of the knife; pointing out a modo 
oure at onoo simple, certain and effectual, 
by means of which ovory sufforer, no matter 
what bis condition =r may ouro himtol 
obesply, privately and radical F 
his Leoctare should be In the hands of 
every youth and every man in the land, 
Address 
THE OULVERWELL MEDICAL Co,, 
41 Ann 8t., NowYork 
Post Office box 4566. BOly 


RIVER SIDE MEAT MARKET. 


AMTIES wishing to purchase good meat 
: at {air prices, would do woll to call at the 


Riverside Moat markot, All kinds of Froah 
Wanted. Big Pay, Light 
’ Saeun Law & Co,, Montreal, Qurheo, 


. and Salt Meats kept constantly om hand, 
Work. QOonstant employ 
nired 
: Oe awook in your own town, ‘Torma 
it $66 wx: $5. ouslit free, Addros H 
HAUerr alne, 


study. Natural mechanical advantage #; 18 

years’ material exporionce and bost tools mon- 

ey can buy, made him perfect master of his 

profession. Will visit asfollows. Oomo early 

Don’t wait for the last hour. 

Late of Hamiton. CHAS OLUTHE, 
1184 King St. West, Toronto; Ont, 

WILL VISIT 


PETERBOROUGH, Choat Houso, Oct. 6th. 
RFLLEVILEE, Anglo-American Hotol, 
Oct. 7th and 8th. 


PRIVATE MONKY TO LOAN. 


8000 of Private Moncy at 3 pe 
cent. Ohargeslow. No Com. 
mission. 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barelaters, &o,, 


Rallavilie and Madoc 
Aorl 18, 1AAn 4Aw 


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Leoturor on Eyo, Far and Throat, Tria 

ity College, Toronto, and my! to Meroor 
¢ aod Ear Infirmary, late Clinloal Aasistan, 
V7.0 eoold'e Eyo Hospital, London, Mngland, 
and Central London Throat end Kar Hoapital! 
417 Church Street Toronto, will visit Belle. 
ville, proféasiondly, on Saturday, Deo, 10th, 


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Montreal, Chief Agents for Canada, 
R, NEWBERY, 
Agent for Relloville 


| Good News for the Multitude. 


CHOICE FLOUR VERY CHEAP. 


NHE Guelph Patont Process Flouriog Mille 
T will opon a Retail Storo in the 


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opposite the Upper Bridge, 
Those mills aro situated in tho best wheat 
growing section of Ontario, and flour made in 
pet cannot be surpassed, if equaled, in Can- 


All sales guaranteed to give ontiro satiafac- 
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ly good flouranywhore, Try ssawple lot and 
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Kerosene Fixtures 


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135d6m Agont for Belleville, 


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AT 


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Sopt. 20th, 1981, 


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: DAY. NOVEMBER 1 “1881 
‘QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY) LOOK FOR THE 


.an unexpected quarter, 


NOT ESSENTIAL—OHARITY IN ALL. 


Daily Sutelligencer. 


A Fight Between Sea Monsters. 
On a lovely afternoon in Jaly I stood upon 
tho bank of w lofty oliffon that part of the 
coast betweon Piscentia and St, Mary’s Bays, 
Evorything was still Only the faintest mur. 
rour, the angry tones of the oo@an roar upon 
tho surf, mélted into delicious musio, 
stole up from the strand to where I stood, 
‘Che soa fow!, which iabsbited.» small island 
in myrisdant.my left, soomed, too, to have 
fallen uador tho #pell and gone to slecp. ‘The 
ovean heaved itd breast in fooblo billows, roll 
ing landward with a drowsy motion ; and the 
fisherman in his small boat rested upon his 
oars to listen to the atillness and calm which 
had fallen over everything. A dozon or more 
of fishing okiffs aud boats, a little leas than 
woheoner sizo, stood motioaless whore tho last 
lroeze had fsinted on their sails; and wore 
peotographes to perfection in the smooth 
iquid deep; and eyen the “‘unorring tides” 
forgot for the moment, or seemed to forget, 
to set either north orsouth, As I stood like 
everything about mo, mute un/ler the influence 
of tho afteruoon, a sound as of innumerable 
and gentle tappings came up from tho still 
sea, and looking I saw that myriads of fishes, 
cod and tho lesser creatures on which the 
formor preyed, had risen to the surface and 
wore “breaching,” The tapping eound was 
made by beating the water with their tails 
and fins, Such awcene ix not uncommon ; 
but almost simultanconsly with this I heard a 
hollow, whistliny sound, and saw a colamn of 
pray rise like a geyser about fourteen feet 
from the water. Ieav theothata whale had 
riven among the fishes, and with his monster, 
gaping jaws, in a fourth of the time it takes 
to write it, had engulfed several hundreds of 
the breaching fishes, and was about to plunge 
uader the waves again to swallow his prey 
piecemeal, when two other creatures appeared 
upon the scene, They were the united and 
implacable foes of the whale, the sword fish 
and thresher. Tho sword fish ripliias gladius, 
isa long, lithe créature, armed with a long, 
hard substance, protrujing from its shout, 
resembling a sword, from whichit derives its 
name; the thresheris a species of sea-ahark 
or fox shark, scientifically known as car- 
charias vulpes, I¢ was evident they had come 
for the double purpose of making war upon 
the whale and getting some of the feast for 
themselves, In the space it tskes the eye to 
twinkle tho offensive ond defensive were as- 
sumed. The eword-fish at once attacked the 
the whalv under wator, the thresher attacking 
him above. Asthe whale made an effort to 
dive he impelled himself against the armed 
héad of his littlo foc,and if he remained where 
he was the thresher brought ite ungainly 
body with the precision of machinery down 
upon the unfortanate monster's back. Such 
a ‘*throsbing” I had never conceived of even 
in my dreams, when I used to go to the hills 
and rob bird's nes!s, and saw the teacher, 
more.terrible than a» wrathful dragon, with a 
cowhide to expiate my guilt, The sounds 
woro dull thuds whea the thresher struck his 
antagonist, and s arp:r aud louder when he 
missed his sim aud struck the water The 
wayos were beaten about in foam and spray, 
the whale trying to ply his tail upon his ene- 
mies, but before he could get his ungainly 
body into positiom his enemies were out cf 
harm’s way, and making anew attack upon 
The contest con- 
tinued, broken only by short intervals, whon 
the whele went below the surface for about 
ten minutes, Then tho sword-fizh, as if satis- 
fled with the part he had played, dove down 
into the clear blue water and the thresher 
followed his example, Tho whale, too, sud. 
donly disappeared, and ashe was the only 
one of the three that had to rise and breathe 
atatated intervaly, | watched with much 
eagerness to see where he would rise and 
“*blow,” or if he rose atall. Beyond the 
point, a half-mile distant, I saw the spout, 
and thena vigorous plunge, and knew the 
whalo had survived his threshing, Numbers 
of boats had rowed up to seo the affray, and 
gazed atthe contest betwoen these monsters 
ofthe unknown deep with a pleasure deeply 
mingled with awe, 


Arctic Rumors, 
THE “NIPPING” OF THE JEANNETTE IN THE ICE 
tN 1879—WHY THE AMERICAN EXPEDITION 
MAY NOW BE YAR NOATH, 


San Francisco, Oct, 26 —Since the arrival 
of the Corwin without news from the Jeannelle 
thore is a renewal of the former expressions 
that she was ‘‘caughtin the ico pack and 
nipped” and she is to be geen no more, Those 
expressions are spreading here and will doubt- 
less reach the Atlantic seaboard and even tra- 
vel farther, to the annoyance and distress of 
many anxious minds, Much of this is based 
on whalers’ talk and on Jetters from them and 
springs more from fears of what might occur 
to themsslvcs in certain contingencies than 
from any other knowledgo warranted by a 
close, critical scrutiny of the reports on the 
condition of the Arctic in 1879, and the posi- 
tion of the Jeannette when last seen. While 
there exists dauger of whalers or other ordin- 
ary veescls being crushed between floating 
field» of ice in the open Arctic basin along the 
American Arctic shores, as occurred in the 
Mount Wollaston and Vigilant Inst year, no 
such calamity threatened the Jeannette, The 
belated whalers bad to make for the south 
with the current directly against them, An 
hour after the last whaler e,caped the wind 
changed and blew furiously from the south, 
hedging them io with new ioe, rendering it 
impoesible for thom to got out. That which 
was to them a misfortune was clearly to the 
advantage of the Jeannetie, for she had both 
the curront and wind in her favor, Tho 
whalers have good reason for *foaring to 
gotinto an open lano of water, which the 
Jeannette is believed to have taken. They 
wore not on a northorn voyago of exploration, 
anit the Dolo which they ao frooly talk of was 
truly to thom somothing to be feared, 

Superficial readers are possibly too apt to 
lose sight of tho all important fact that the 
conditions which wore regarded as dangerous 
tu the whaler, which must return by October 
cach year, aro in this caso moat auspicicus, 
evon necessary to the complete «uccoss of the 
oxplorer anxious to got north ; henoo any lan- 
guage implying spprehension that tho Jean. 
netle was imbedded in the ice and thus oarly 
orippled by being nipped, is wholly unwar. 
ranted, Tho North Polo or tho oast const of 
Greonland wore the objective points sought 
by Lieut. DeLong, while Wrangell Land and 
Herald Island were morely — incidonts 
along tho lino’ot voyage, When so favorable 
an opp yrtunity to get north presented 
itself, thoso Way stations Wéro disregarded, 
evory energy being directed to pross forward 
toward tho accomplishing of the grand object 
of the expotition. DeLong may have landed 
on the shore of Wranyoll Island further north, 
but it ia not likely he landed anywhere south 


of latitude 70 degrors north, as the natives 
roport two moons of open water in tho Arotio 
bavin lsat winter, and nearly all the jog weent} 
thie cummer ia lant wintor's acoumulation 
This season bas beon tho most foray ever 


known, and av a matter of fact Lady Mranklin 
Bay was opon vory far north, Thus it is fair 
to preaumo that tho Jeannette. found horsolf 


juat in po ition, at tho oxact time, to take the 
utmost bonolit from such favorable conditions 
and is now far north, ; 


Tho current wh 
northward and eastward, ana upon whit ae 


must be borne, would without any offort of hor 


| own, boar her forward upon her desired track 
of exploration, 


Clans in this country are retired ab “so com. 
peavey an early ago, 
pan. ager 
iealth provent his accepting the position of 
Secretary of tho Treasury, Our jadges ms 


: Ex-Gbvernor Mor- | when there ix 
70, finds that his ayo’ and broken | every eee ue ena for this f 


NO. 155 


| Old’Men Here and Elsewhere, | Nay 7% #vou us grandour of mountains, glens 


| It isa common, though by no means {lat rant a pen dosire no better when. in 


tering ocourrence, that statesmen apd politi. | of peo 
0 


but bow often do the majori 
plo fool like giving it 
iscouraged and othe ree 


roof that Green's eae 
om aa free from ‘disease | ng when born, 


bo retired at the age of 70; a man 6y D i i 
orp Aipppecras too old to bo Peeiant p , howdy peers cemiaias Is the eg 
While the average age of Senators, ~ | aj Bi igostio 

| Sontatives and Governors cannot be sks walle; © Coole " rH pick Head 


over 55 or 60, So that the ago of 50 may in| Dizziness of th Head bape - 
this country bo deemed the reasonable limit Heart, aA other dis a ey 
that men are called upon wo discharge public | Throo doses of August Flower will oro 


dutins, and they are reckoned ripest at 60, 


Bat in Europe those ages are comparatively | Try it. 


youthful. There positions analogous to that 
of President, namely, that of Prime Minis. 
ter, aro often bold by men hoary with years F 
whilo to decline the comparatively lightor 
duties of Financial Scoretary or Chancellor 
of the Exchejuor at the age of 70 would 
scarcely be thought of, Bismarck, at the age 


throne of Germany ; Palmerston at 80 was 
Prime Minister ; Thiers at 77 was President 
of the French Kepublic, and that too during a 
period of great anxiety and Buspenso ; Peel at 
62 was in prime health and yigor and was 
killed by _ being thrown from his horse. 
Gladstone is 72 ; Disracli was atill a Parlia- 
mentary leader at the ago of 77, and Gorts- 
tohakoff continued to regulate the turbulent 
empire of the Ozsr until he was nearly 80. 
Indeed, it was hard to mention a modern 
European statesman Who was not still active 
and vigorious in political life at a very advanc- 
ed age, Men like Tharlow Weed do not lag 
superflaous and only by an occasional news- 
paper interview, remind a heedless generation 
of their existance, In a European country 
roexperiencod a public man would, at least 
if other circumstances favored it, be among 
the other prominent advisers of the goyern- 
ment, or one of the active leaders of the op- 
position. 

What is the cause of this marked differ- 
ence? Why should American statesmen and 
politicians take to their beds at 10 o'clock, so 
as to speak, while Europsans sit up until mid- 


night? It is a difference in climate, babitd of | 


life, ‘physical constitution, or a fashion of 
treating age acd youth differently, here and 
abroad ; America is the land of the young, 
children are more precociour, and, foreigners 
Say, are much greater nuisances than they are 
in other countries. Here the father becomes 
the old man at — comparatively early date, 
and at the age or fifty, when his powers are 
mellowed, full flavored and mature, he is al- 
realy considered as having passed over to the 
sunset slope of life. 

This, however, is rather a symptom than a 
cause of the prematurity which marks Ameri- 
cen careers, It does not explain why this 
should be so, nor does the politician himself 
regard it as an obstacle, 

artly, undoubtedly, it is due to the strain 
ot tho climate—the fierce alternates of heat 
and cold, wet and dry, which tighten and 
loosen the system with a successive rapidity 
that, while it stimulates, exhausts the vitality. 
Partly it is due to the tiercer competition and 
the restless ambition; not only for place but 
for wealth. Men accumulate fortunes at a 
much earlier age than they do abroad, and 
the field being wider, the struggle is shared 
by danger numbers and is more intense and 
a sie American business men rise an 
hour or two earlier in the morning than do 
the same classes in Europe and consume more 
hours in their toil. : 

A third cause is that European polit cians 
and statesmen sre for the most part 
of leisure, men of inherited riches or estates, 
Here, the political leaderjmust acquire a pro- 
fession or achieve a businces success before he 
can afford to devote himself to tho large con- 
eideration of public qu.stions. Statesmen 
abroad do not spend half their lives accumu- 
Iating fortunes, or earning their daily bread ‘ 
io order to piece out their epare time with 
political duties, Here politics are often a re- 
action, a secoodery mattor ; when they are 
otherwise he who engages in them depends 
upon them for suppors, and seldom ca a 
higber than bread and-butter interest in them. 
Both here and abroad there are notable excep- 
tions to these observations, but they generally 
hold,—Detroit Free Press. 


The golden age—the present—when Ester- 
brook’s popular Steel Pens are wii 
the reach of all. The stationers can supply 
them. Robert Muller, Son & Co., Montreal, 
agents. # 


Puttner’s Emulsion. 
For all wasting diseaves, Scrofala, Nervous 
Exhaustion, Mental Anxiety, Overworked 
Brain, Bronchial and Throat Affections, Con- 


only by the Medical profession but the public 
peorallys Sold everywhere, price 50 cents, 


Do not »e Deceived 
In these times of quack medicine advertise- 
ments everywhere, it is truly gratifying to find 
one remdy which really does as recommended, 
Electric Bitters we can vouch foras being a 
true and reliable remedy, and one that will 
do as recommended. They invariably cure 
Stomach and Liver Complaints, Diseases of 
tho Kidneys and Urinary difficulties, We 
know whereof we speak, and can readily say 
ive them a trial, Sold at fifty cents a bottle 
by Jas. Clarke & Co. 


_ Beef and Mutton. 

Lot it be undoratood by the growers of these 
two great staplos, that by mixing Harvetu's 
Conpbition Powpers with the food of the 
animals that produce thom, their weight and 
quality are enhanced twenty per cent, while 
their health is kept perfect, Sold every- 
where, 


Out of Joors! 


Pure air and propor out-door exercise tend 
ray to tho prolonging of life. Live out of 
oors as much as possible, it will hurt no one 
whore propor provautions are observed. A 
distinguishod writer on health was in the hab- 
it of seyiog :—"Howevor bad the air may be 
out of doors, it is always worse in the house.” 
Pooplo shorten thoir lives by too close confine- 
ment indoors. ‘To those whose daily omploy- 
ment necessitate being most of tho day in- 
doors, we would aay bo sure and keep N. H 
Down's Vogotable Baleamio Elixir at hand. 
You are oxtromely liable to bo troubled with 
coughs, colds and lung disoases, and no safer 
or moro reliablo remedy can bo taken, It 
coute but little to try it, 


Free of Charge. 

All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds, 
Asthma, Bronchitis, Losa of Volos, or any 
affection of the Throat and Lungs aro req dost: 
to call at Jas, Olarke and Co's Drug Store and 
gota Trial Bottle of Dr. King’s New Din- 
covory for Consumption /ree of 0% which 
will convinoe thom of ita wonderful morits 
and show what a rogular ‘Oollar-sizo bottle 
will do, Call early. 


. y) hor sovere 
If you aro suflorieg With a Cou 2 t- 
Cold: do not trillé with yourself 4 shes 


\ nd heap 
ing your life to Lozenges le wapean 


’s Luna BataaM i 


lief, a# do moat cough 
atford sevifi at 2s conte ® bottle, but it 
ey » pormanont cure 10 All Oags, if used 


monordiog to direotion*: 


h 
but the 


fs about an acre of , 
troos, in connection wie iss best stands 


adinira 
in thi h tuated, being 
© yory Post Obie ay and contiguous 


ure ite 


Sample bottles, 10° conta, 


A Brush Well Applied 


and previously moistened with SOZODONT 
removes the defacing evid 

from the teeth and eben keel one 
sockets, 


htens them in 


If the breath has arepellant amell, 


i tho artiole substi 
of 68, atill continues the power behind the | ant aroma nena ghar git eon Pheer. 


are rostsred to health by its use, and canker 


of the mouth cured. § i 
this fine anti peri apeimtrcnecini! 


tiseptic, ac of other promoters of 
ealth, is highly deei rable. Meare oF 
t genuine, 


As Alcohol, Tobacco, Opi Indian Hem; 
Chloroform. Hashish Absinthe” &., pnivees 
the food effects of Fellows Hypophosphites, 
so Fellows’ Hypophosphites is an antidote 
pret all ee prepoacn ana sedatives, and 

r 14 
ied Bu ealth such as have been in 


“Must eay it’s the nicest thing I 
for the tecth and breath,” Bays ov. and i 
ing tried ‘‘Txaperny,” the new gem, 
Get a five cent sample, 


Z2ZOPESA. 
(FROM BRAZIL.) 

The New Compound, its won- 
derful affinity to the Dizgestivo 
Apparatus and the Liver, increas- 
ing the dissolving juices, relzev- 
ing almost instantly the dreadful 
results of Dyspepsia, Indiresticn, 
and the TOR#SID LIVER, makes 
Zopesa an every day necessity in 
every house. 

It acts gently and speedily in 
Biliousness, Costivenoss, Head- 
ache, Sick Headache, Distress ef 
tex Bating, Wind on the Stomaca, 
Heartburn, Pains in 
Beck, Want of. 
Energy, Low Spirits, Foul Stom- 
ach, It invigorates the Liver, car 
ries offall surplus bile, regulates 
the Bowels, and gives tone to the 
whole system. 

Cat this out and take it to your 
Drugegist and get a10 cent Sample, 
ora large hottle for 75 cents, and 
tell your neighbor about it. 


OPENING DAY. 


Ww. are pleased to intimate the arrival 
and arrangement of our 


Fall and Winter Mil- 
linery, 


direct from the Lonpox, Paris, and New 
York Emporiums of Fashion. 


WE WILL OFFER ON 


Thursday, September 29th, 


a rich assortment of 


Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Man- 
tles and Millinery Trimmings, 


togethor with a goneral assortment of 
Fashionable Dress Goods, 


_R. COSTELLO. — 


THE 


“RADIANT HOME” 


CHOWN ’S, 


361 FRONT STREET, 


- 


, BELLEVILLE, 
Oot, 11 '81, dsm 


HOTEL FOR SALE. 


HE Hotel known as tho Roalin Cand 
nituated in the ot Ee frult 


ro fe known to 
or pat fy in the Vou 


For torma end oulare, apply to the 


ownor on the FrOs. G, DOCKSTADER, 


Propriotor, 


Rosalia, Mey 17, 1881 daw 


gt. LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL 
TK irae (ky 


Geomely, and Appropriately deoc 


and renoya\ interior, and com: otely 
On the whole of the apartments wit wor hes 


Tho Hotei le bly: al 


«principal Banks, 


———<_«-_ 


ay 


——- 


,to know 


_ Bitters !\—Beprets, 


Ameliasburg Correspondence, 


We have Received To-day by 


AMALIASBURGH, Oot, 31 | 


Express, A large shipmont' of applos and hope was 
made from Rednerville on Monday, 

~ . Cheeso is onthe move onoo more, rome 

ANOTHER LOT OF factories having loat by refusing past offora. 

| Faoterios throughout thin place closed on 


TWEE DS, 4 ee aro volling their barloy at We. J 


| 
| 
| 


NOBBY 


PURCHASED BRLOW REQULAR PRICES, 


with as much more as the grange gets 

Tho Grango atill continuos to hold. About 
| 30,000 or 40,000 bashola of barloy ia in tho 
| Committee's hands, 

The quarterly meeting for the Kedoorvillé 
cirouit will bo held on Sanday next in tho 
Rednervillo church, 

Those fond of hunting have had much suo- 
co sin shooting ducks at the head of the bay 
and in the marshos, 

Fishing has alroady commonced, bat with 
not very profitable results, 

Quite a number of porsons in this place havo 
oxproasod their Intention of going west in tho 
epring. 

Fall grain is in a vory promising condition 
just now, the yiold this yoar indacing many 
toodw. Mr. John Roblin is oroditod with 
having the boat corn in this place, 

When threo marriages take place out of ono 
house in less than threo woeks, it makes our 
issuer of marriage liconso woar a amilo for 


The Bobcaygeon Independent makes, in 
its last issuo, au augury as to the result of 
tho noxt general cloction for the Dominion 
Parliament, which vaticination is as fol- 
lows : 

“Tt is highly probable that at the next gen- 
eral election for the Dominion those who now 
arein the minority may form the majority. 
There is a steady current of public opinion flow- 
ing in favor of the Reform side, an the grow: 
ing debt and heavy taxat‘on of the Dom nion 
cannot fail to have their effect in leading to a 
desire for change.” 

That any journalists should consider such 


utter rubbish worthy of reproduction dow- 
onstrates to a nicety that the wish is 
father to the thooght in their minds. 
Public opinion can accurately bo gauged 
only by its expression at tho polls, and 
this infallible test shows that the current 
has beon flowing, notin the direction of 
the Reformers, but towards the Conserva- 
tives. Since tho general election of 1878, 
there have been (including the re-election 
of Ministers on their acceptance of office) 
some forty elections held. Of these the 
Conservatives gained six seats which had 
been held by the Reformers, and the Re- 
formers gained two seats which had pre- 
viously been held by the Conservatives. 
Thus the net gain of the Government has 
been four seats, showing that the tide of 
public opinion, which in 1878 set in in 
fayor of the Consorvatives with overwhelm- 
ing power, ia still flowing in the samo direc- 
tion with undiminished force. 


The policy which met with popular ac- 
ceptance three years ago has proved satis- 
factory upon trial, the rate of taxation per 
head has been reduced, and there is noth- 
ing whatover to substantiate the assertion 
of the Bobcaygeon philosopher, but every- 
thing to show that it is nothing but a mere 
baseless affirmation. The Grits are great 
at winning victories on paper, and doubt- 
leas they will continue to prophesy success 
for themselves in 1883 as they did in the 
election of 1878 ; but the counting of the 
votes will no doubt throw them back on 
their usually heavy stock of excuses, 


days, 


The Heavens in November. 


BRILLIANT APPBARANCE OF TAB MIDNIGHT 
SKY.——-THUK TRANSIT OF MERCURY, 


Tho lovers of the most fascinating of all 
sciences, astronomy, willhave a treat this 
month, provided the midnight sky is cloar, 
On tho first of the month the planct Saturn 


sots. For yours this planct has not been so 
favorable for obscrvation, Tho rings are 
beautifally sproad out, and can be seen with 
glasses of vory moderate power. In 1878 
Saturn was in opposition, but then the rings 
were 80 much foreshortoned that the planet 
sppeared like a glowing mass impaled on a 
glowing rod. During the second week of the 
month tho planet Jupiter will be in opposi- 
tion, and will bea magnificent object. The 
groat red spot and the mysterious belt sro 
plainly visible, as woll as the four great plan- 
ets which act as moons. Three of these 
moons will pass acroas Jupiter's diso betwoon 
the 6th and 12th of the month, On the 7th 
of November the planet Morcury will make a 
transit of the sun’s disc, but the phenomenon 
will not be visible furthor north than a line 
running east and west through the southern 
part of the Middle States. On the Pacific 
coast and in Colorado the transit will bo 
seon to excellent advantage. The plan- 
et Mars is now becoming a splendid 
sightin the constellation of Gemini. Tho 
white portions at the poles, which are suppos- 
ed to be snow, aré@ plainly visible, and the 
other portions of the planet's disc aro marked 
with curious green spots which more able 
astronomers than the writer must explain. 
About the middle of the month those possoss. 
ing good telescopes will be able to see the 
moons, During the whole of the month the 
constellations will presenta grand spectacle. 
Great Orion, one of the most brilliant of all 
the constellations, rises early and assumes full 
sway during the month. ‘he wondors of this 
constel/ation are a life study, containing as it 
does some of the brightest fixed stars, as they 
are called, in the heavens. Sirius, the bright- 
est of the stars, Rigel, Belatrix, the red star 
Betelguence, Procyon, and several others 
make up a picture which only is visible in 
these latitudes during the winter monthy, is 
one of magnificent splendor, jIn this constella- 
tion is one of the few irresolvable nebulw yis- 
ible to the naked eye, This constellation is 
also remarkable for its nuinber of double stars, 
all of them invisible except with a glass, Tak- 
en altogether the November heavens will be a 
grand sight, 
—_— ee 

TeRkiste Exriosion.—The boiler of a 
steam threshor owned by Frank Timerson, 
exploded at Martyille, Usyuga, county, 
New York, on the 28th, in front of a black- 


Hiditorial Brevities. 


Encouraged by the results of the Nation- 
al Policy, the proprietors of coal mines in 
Nova Scotia are pushing their operations 
with vigor, Now shafts are being opened, 
hoisting room is being increased, blasting 
is done by electricity, the number of em- 
ployees is being increased, and altogether 
the trade is in a very healthy condition, — 

‘thus showing that the allegations of the free 
traders that the duty had not helped the 
industry are untrue, 


Peterborough has two niiniature news- 
papers, copies of which have reached us, 
What useful purpose is served by the pub- 
lication of such affuira we are at a loss to 
imagine. The boys who edit and issue 
thom would find botter use for their talents 
in learning the printing business thoroughly 
in a well conducted establishment, contrib- 
uting if they choose, and if the editor will 
accept their offerings, to the columns of the 
paper on which they are engaged, Then, 
‘when experienced sufficiently, let them be- 
gin as local news gatherers, and in due time 
they will, if clever enough, reach the goal 
of their ambition and become editors. 

oOo --————— 


Trenton Correspondence... 


gather to look atit. The thresher had 
run over a hill a few minutes previous with 
190 lbs. of steam which had been allowed 
to run down to 90. It issupposed that the 
water had got low. One man was killed on 
the spot and eight others wounded,of whom 
two will probably die. 


Boycorring wirh 4 VeNaEance.—Tho 
latest and most novel phase of Boycotting 
has been exemplitied in a parish near Mal- 
low, in the County Oork. A young lady, 
daughtor of a well-to-do farmer, was en- 
gaged to be married to the son of a neigh- 
bor, also in favorable circumstances, but 
who had the misfortune to come under the 
ban of the Land League, and was undor- 
going Boycotting in the severest form. The 
night before the day appointed for the 
marriage the bride elect was waited upon 
by a number of members of the local Land 
League, who informed her that, should 
she marry the intended bridegroom, both 
she and all her family would be .equally 
Boycotted. So great was the persuasion 
brought to bear upon her, that the girl has 
postponed the match. 


Trenton, Oct. 31. 

At the last meeting of the Town Council it 
was moyed by Wm. Shea and seconded by D, 
Gilmour, That his Worship the Mayor be au- 
thorised to notify the Warden of the County 
that the new swing bridge is in a very unsate 
condition, and that unless it is attended to at 
once, something serious may occur, 

Another resolution was also passed, to the 
oftect that the License Commissioners be no- 
tified that the Council and the majority of the 
citizens are opposed to the granting of anothor 
tavern or saloon licenso here. Tho tavern 
keepers are said to be constantly sclling liquor 
on the Sabbath with impunity, and it is quite 
time that some action be taken in tho matter, 

Mr. J, D, MoAulay is pushing rapidly for- 

ward the work on his now olovator. It is 
Situated on Wellington Streot, by the river's 
edge, and when finished will be ono of the 
Largest in town. 

eo" 

TyrHor Frvex.—The Globe says:—‘'For 
the past three months typhoid fever has 
been at its worst in Toronto,and during the 
three weoks of the past five the number af- 
fected with the disease is much larger than 
for any corresponding period gincy the 
fever season began. Thero are at joast 
two governors’ official residences in the 
Dominion now where typhoid always lurks 
and whero every now and again it soizos 
upon and destroys a victim, Tho water 
supply at Toronto, whethor that drawn 
from wells or sent 1n from tho water-works 
is notoriously bad, and has, ne doubt, been 
one of the main agents in dissominating 
disoase. The presence of open cesspits is 
also spoken of ass potent dieseminator of 
the fover.”’ 


Propaste Homictpe.—A despatch from 
Toronto on Oct. 3let says: ‘ The small 
boy stone-throwing nuisance has culminat- 
ed in what may bea murder, A man named 
McManus, under the influence of liquor, 
was tormented by a gang, but as he did 
not retaliate the fun grew monotonons, So 
Patrick Ellwood and Thomas Fennel took 
to pelting the inebrinte with stones. The 
latter, who was fined for this offence last 
wovk, threw a rock and missed McManus, 
whereupon Patrick Ellowood came up to 
within six yards of McManus and lot fly a 
large stone, which struck the inebriate on 
the forehead and rolled him ovor insonsiblo 
into the ditch. Doctors dressed tho wound, 
bat McManus bas been dolirious over since, 
The youngetors, who are obout tifteon yoars | 
of age, are in vaol, bail boing refused, At 
noon it wasnot certain whethor McManus 
would live or dic.” 


Thono intolorably painful and constantly 
harassing things called piloy, which troublo so 
many people, are oon hiealod by Dr. Thomas’ | 
Eelectric Oil—tho groat oxferval remedy for 
physical sufforings and méane of rolloving 
pains, A vory small quantity acbiovon roaults 
of the most gratifying kind, | 


Burdock Blood Bitters 
Cures all disoasos of the blood, liver aud kid- 
noys, fomale complainty, nervous and goveral 
debility and builds up the ontire system when 
broken down by discaso, 


How to Get Sick. 


Ex ourself day and night; cat too 
miioh PObene exorcise ; work too hard with. 
ont rost ; doctor all the timo ;take all tho vilo 
nostroms advertised ; and then you will want 


HOW TO GET WELL. 
Whioh is answored in threo words—Take Hop 


| land, between Armour aud Hadden for $500 


collected on it in the past,and,ifthe yerdict 
| is sustained, a considerable impetus to our 
| 

exportation may be expected, 


bportiog Notes, 


Tho winnings of Amerioan horaos in Eng- 
land and Fragce this yoar have been about 
£50,000 aterling, 


Che great quvit match at Glasgow, Scot 


and the obampionship of Great Britain, was 


Soore G1 to 53 Pho dite | 


woo by Arrnor, 


t»noo was 21 yargda, 
At Etinburgh, Scotland, recently, Wil 
lism Cummings, the Sootch champion, rao 


mile in dm. 18fe, 

Charles Leroy, using ton horses, attempted 
to ride twenty milesin an hour et M yotio 
Park, Boston, Maw,, and completid tho task 
in 50m. S6}% The firet thirteen miles Were | 
ridden in the saddle and the others bare back, 

Mossra, W, J, Baker, John W. Walker, 
Angus MoFee, 8, B, Burdett aod G, W. 
King, who have boon on a door hunting ox- 
pcdition forthe past two wooks, have roturn- 
od. Thoy found deer plentiful but hard to 
gob at, and killed five. 

Nuw York, Oot, 21, 
Atalanta will be towed to tho foot of Wash- 
ington stroot, Joreoy City, to-mor/ow morn- 
ing, whero sho will be takon on the ways,and 


The Canadian yaoht 


prepered for bor racoa for the America’s ¢ up. 
Captain Cathbort and ox-Senator Mattoon, of | 
Oawogo, N. Y.. tho latter looking aftor tho 
interests of the Bay of Qaiuto Yacht Club, 
called at tho rooms of the Now York Yacht 
Club this evening. and olficially notilivl the 
otlicers by letter of the Atalanta’s arrival, 
and advised that it would bo possiblo to sail 
the tiret of tho three recess on Saturday next, 
if it was desired by the Olub, Capt. Cuth- 
bort feels contidont that his boat will prove a 
competitor worthy of the occasion, ard 
intimated that ko will bo awfully dis- 
appointed if ho is snot successful in 


will be ia opposition, rising just as the sun causing the time-honored prize to bo sent | 
Ex Senator Mattoon said | Newfoundland says that the ship Magdalena 


to Bolloville, Ont. 
that the Belleville yachtsmeon wanted the 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER 


News Vondensed, 


Col, Dennis has rosiynod as dopuly-Min- 
istor of the Luterior | 


The King and Quoen of Italy loft Vienna | cial Street, on 


for home yesterday morning 


—Eoginoors are atill working with stoam | his furniture, carpets, &o, Further partica- in the New York Market. 
pumps at the steamebip Corcan. | lara in future advortisements, aa 
Ilon, Mr, Skoad has deolined the Liout,- | kn, PORDY, 16¢. DEHSS GoondDs ProR 10 CHUN Ts. 
Governorabip of the Northwest Torritory. Auctioneer. 1'70. “ “ Pr] 123 “ 
Francois Moreau,found guilty of marder- Oct. 31, 1881, d3t 25c. “ y! "; 16 af 
ing his wife, wou wontonced at Kimouski to be A GROUERY PORTER BO0c. “ “" ‘ 20 “ ‘ 


hanged on Jan 13, 

—Sailors wagon advanced at Kingston yor- 
torday to $2.76through the Welland canal and 
$2 on Lake Ontario. 

—Custome returos at ‘Toronto for Ootober 
show an increase of $50,815 ovor thore for the 
baie month last yoar, 

—It is reported that Hop, Mr, Fabro has 
rosigned his position as Senator and will Ko 


to France as Canadian commiasioner, 

—The City ot Quebeo will lose in direot and 
indirecs revenue about $250,000 from the de- 
crease of shipping this your as compared with 
jast, 

-At tho Court of Revision at Toronto, Mr, 
Rainsford dedlined his $2,000 exemption as 
4 clorgyman as ho opposed special exemptions 
on principle, 

Captain Geddes, who was so brutally as. 
saulted by yOuug David on theo street in Mont- 
real, is lying ia a rathor dangerous condition 
at his residence, 

— Seventy-five 1mmigrants arrived at Mont- 
real on Monday from Quebec, They were 
principally Moglish and wero destined for 
various parts of Ootario and Manitoba. 

—It is stated that the Pacific Railway 
hayo purchaved the St. Lawrence and Ottawa 
Railway between Ottawa ond Prescott, and 
connecting them with the Grand Trunk. 

—A telegram received at Quebeo from 


was wrecked at Cape Anguilla on Oot, 27, 


cup sailed for ats me futuro time on Lake 
Ontario, and they hopod that the recult of 
tho coming race would bo such as to make 
that probable. ‘The Atalanta will be on the 
ways two days, and possibly part of a third, 
Hor hull will be planed and thon potlosded, 
A trial down the bay may be mado, but that 
will depend upon circumstances, Nothing 
has yot beon dons by theo Now York Yacht 
Club to fix the racing days, but at a special 
meeting to be held at Delmonico’s, Broad 
streot, on Thursday evening, this matter 
will recesive the -attention it demands, 
Though there cannot be a positive astate- 
ment made in this connection, ib is like- 
ly that the races will take place on Tucaday, 
Thursday, and Saturday of noxt week The 
sloops Gracie and Mischief are being held in 
readiness for tho eyent, but it will not be 
publicly known which of the two boats will 
bo selected to meet the Canadian yacht until 
the morning of the firat race, Sho will bs 
named at that time, and, of course, continue 
to be the Now York Club's champion through. 
out the series of contests, The moasurer of 
the Now York Yacht Club will probably visit 
the Afalan(a in his official capacity on Wed- 
nesday morning, 


The Hop Trade, 


The New York Commercial Bulletin says :— 
“There wasa cablegram received from London 
to-day reporting sales there of choice Ameri- 
can at 160:@170s. common do at 130s, and 
fair Canadian at 150s, The market was re- 
presented as strong, with prices showing an 
advancing tendency. It is reported by mail 
and subsequently confirmed by cable advices, 
fully 80 por cent, of the Englistt crop has al- 
ready passed from growere' hands,aud furthe-- 
more, that the English brewers havo not Inid 
in the amount of stock usually taken by this 
season of the year, Besides this information 
we are aware of a cablogram quoting Gorman 
Hops higher again. Taking the above facts 
in connection with the tolegraphio reports to 
the effect that a shipper paid 32c,in the coun- 
try to-day for choice goods, we are inclined 
to to the opinion that the market is stronger 
than it has been atany previous time during 
the past fortnight, but as yet wo loarn of no 
business here that would warrant quoting 
higher prices for the present. The exports 


10,000 bales,” 


Tue TeceoRarn Marrer.—Sevoral large 
shareholders in the Montreel Telegraph 
Company haye applied for-loave to inter- 
yene in the suit brought by Mr. John Low 
to have the amalgamation of the com- 
panies set aside. The persons intervening 
are Mr. G. R Ronfrow,holding 225 shares, 
representing $9,000 ; Mr. Allan Gilmour, 
of Ottawa, holding 1,000 shares represont- 
ing $40,000 ; Mr. Alexander Buntin, hold- 
350 shares, representing $14,000, and Mr. 
John Crawford, holding 1,750 sharea, re- 
presenting $/0,000. They allege in their 
petition to intervene that thoir intorests 
suvolved in the Company are far greater 
than Mr, Low’s and that therefore they 
havo « right to be admitted as parties to 
the suit in ordor to sustain the amalyama- 
tiov. They are represented by Messrs, 
Doutre and Joseph and Mr. Low by Mossrs, 
Maclaren and Leet, 


Aw [portant Qoxgstion rok OANADIAN 
Hay Exrorrers, —A tost caso was tried at 
Albany, N. Y., last weok, as to whether 
hay should be put on tho same panel as 
manufactured articlos. The plaintiff was 
Mr, Fraser, o merchant, who had purchas- 
eda large amount of Canadian hay, and 
who claiméd that the duty of 20 por cent. 
collected on his hay pursuantto the U. S. 
laws, under the panel of manufactured 
goods not enumerated, was illegal, as the 
hay was raw matorial. Tho defence claim- 
od that the process of curing grass, aa it 
convoyed tho gluton and starch therein to 
sugar, made hay s manufactured artiolo. 
The verdict was given in favor of plaintiff 
for $2,000, the amount of excess of customs 
collected. The hay oxporters aro reserving 
the right of paying tho alleged oxcess un 
dor protest until the caso has boon finally 
soltied by the United States Suprome 
Oourt. The Oustomsa dueson hay as raw 
material wonld only be half what has boon 


Tue Sappeer oy NAD Sranute—the grey 


haira of ago boing brought with sorrow to tho | 


Rrave lo bow, 


o aro glad to think, boooming 
raror ove ry y | 


oar as the uso of Cingalowo Hair | 


Restorer bocomos moro general. By ite uso 
the soanty looks of ogo once more resume 
their formor color and the hair bocomos thick | 
and luxuriant as over; with ity afd wo oan} 


Ono man was los& The ehip is breaking up, 

—The Rov. Fathor Stafford, of Lindsay, 
Ontario, who has taken eo prominent a part 
in temperance work, bas returned from 
France, where he hay bocn opjoying a few 
mouths’ roast, 

—Mr. Fowler has boen appointed Chiof 
architect of the Public Works Dopartment, 
vice Scott resigned, He was tho architect for 
the ceatre Parliament building, and also the 
State Capitol, Albany, . 

—Some passongers onthe Intercolonial 
train from Halifax to Quebec on Saturday 
says that tho train made seventoon milos in 
sixteen minutes, The ayerago time was 
thirty-five miles an hour. 

—A Mre, Bethune, living on Carleton 
Branch of tho ‘Tusket River, N. 8., was burn- 
ed to death on the 28th, and her child fatally 
injured. Hor dress took fire from a stove at 
which sho was warming herself, 

—The new Guion line steamor Alaska made 
her trial trip on Saturday from the Clyde to 
Liverpool, making sixteen miles an hour with 
only five boilers. The owners confidently 
expect that the Alaska will make the voyage 
from Liverpool to New York in seven days, 


For DysrrpstA, Take one teaspoonful of 
Perry Davis Pain-Killer io sugar and water 
immediately after each meal, Let your diet 
be vourishing, but taken at regular intervals, 
being careful not to overload the stomach at 
any time, nor to eat to soon after severe 
exorcise. 


FOR SALE. 


PHAETON, new, maroon leather 
lined, front seat, side Jamps,...3180 00 
70 00 


Top buggy in good order,........ wee 
Portland cutter, front seat.......... 45 00 
Light driving harness (prizo set)..... 30 00 


Buffalo robe, whip, blanket, halter, fly- 
sheet (noyer used), brush, comb, and stable 


utensils. Terms cash. Address 
GEO, 0, ALCORN, 
155d3teod Barrister, Picton. 


THE BARRETT 
SINGER SEWING MAGHINE 


le sold 20 per cent, cheaper than foreign 
manufactare, and yetit has no suporior on 
all kinds of work, It is 


Strong, Durable. Light Running, 
and Almost Noiseless. 


smith show where a number of persons had | from the Lat of September to date reach about | Come to the factory and avoid paying freight, 


duty, agents’ and sub agents’ fees. Spend 
your money on home manufacture, it will re- 
turn to you again, The factoryis the place 
to get yonr repairing done, 
JAMES BARRETT, 

Remember factory and office at Mesars. 
Brown’s foundry and machine works, Belle- 
ville, Ont. l5d5d&w 


REMOVAL. 
CONGER BROS. 


—FAVE REMOVED - 


THREE DOORs SOUTH 


TO THE 


RED FRONT STORE. 


Nov. 1, 1881. 155dlw, wat 


WILLIAM’ SINGER. 


} -HIS make of Sewing Machino has takon 
L first prizes at all tho exhibitions this 


yoar, 


he 
Wy, : or 
Partios in want of a firet class cowae M a- 
chino will do wel} to call at the Williaws 
Singor oflices Front Street, Bolloyille, and ex. 
amino bofore purchasing. : 
WM, DAVIS, 


Agont. 
165d-4w 


Belloville, Nov, 1, 1881. 


NoTrLOn. 


(OVALE undoraigned forbids all porsons from 
giving oredit on his acoount, as he will 


now doly the change of yoars, soating acaurod 
that uo Groy Hair at any rate wlll come to 
asdiden ue, Hold by A. L. Geen, AO cents a 
bottle, 


not bo rospoosiblo without bis written order, 
BE W. COLEMAN, 
Belloville, Oct, 31, 1881, 154d2¢ 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 
‘FURNITURE SALE. 


A GOOD steady man, to deliver gooda, and 


tho Store, 


IRA] 


A Bic Dbiavan 


IN 
DRHRBS GOODS. 
We have opened out 6 cases of Dress Goods bought in Bond 


AM instructed to soll by public auction, 
at the residence of F. O, Ridley, Commer- 


Wedaesday, November 15th, 


They are the cheapest ia Belleville. Alas BLACK CASHMEKES for 40, 
and 60 ots, A Groat Bargain, 


w.& D. PATHRSON, 
Tho ‘* Syndicate” Store. 


SEE THEM, 
WANTED, 


to make bimeelf gonorally useful about 


CHEAP CARPETS 


——AT— 


WALLERIDGE & ‘ LARKE, 
Bridye Stroot, 


LSodtf 


The New Canada 


METHODIST HYMY BOOK, 


AND THE 


NEW PRESBYTERIAN HYMN B00‘, 


50% 


ts, all lately imported, at 60 and 75 


E are now offering a large lot of Tapestry Car 
F es ed » much better value than those usually 


o:nts, which will be found on comparison to 
sold at these prices, 


Alzo a choice lot of Brusuels at $1.00 and $1.25, ani the best goods imported at $1, 50, 


CHEAP FLOOR OILCLOTHS. 


A® we are now wanting more room for our Tailoring Department, we fotend clearing 
out our entise stock of Floor O.loloths and Mattings at a 


LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY AT 


J, C. OVERELL'S. 


REDUCTION OF 15 PER CENT. ON MARKED PRICES. 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON, 


Importers. 


DO 

Anything honest rather than permit yourself 
tc be ea ied par cllonaba It is z 

NOT ; 

profitable to lose a hundred dollars in idlene 
through sickness ratber than « Teupir.iive 
or forty cents for Dr. Wilsun’s Polmonary Cherry 
Balsam, which is the greatest remedy for throat 
and lung diseases of the age. 


BE 


THE METHODIST ECUMENICAL 
COUNCIL. 


AND 


A MONTH IN LONDON, 
AN EVENING'S TALK 
Chek phys Mee. Fai Aap 


IN 
M. E. TABERNACLE 
BY hold of your lungs. Ths remedy is at the hands 
Prof. FE. I. Badgley, B.D.LLD.|%""*" gy 


CK 
One of the Canadian Delogates, and the fault is their own if they do not take ad- 


vantage of it. 
PRIDIY, NOV, 4tb. TAKE NO OTHER, 


1882, 


HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE. 


AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY—I6 PAGES. 


SUITED TO BOYS AND GIRLS FROM 
6 TO 16 YEDARS OF AGE, 


Vol. If. Commences Noy. 1, 1881. 
Now is the time to Subscribe. 


Tue YousG Peor.x has been from the firat 
successful beyond anticipation —N. Y. Even- 
ing Post, 

It has a distinct purpose to which it stead- 
ily odheres—that, namely, of supplanting the 


vicious papors for Te young with B pepes more Oot. 27 6t Sold in’ bottles at 25 cents and 40 cente,—the 
attractive, as well as more wholesome,— = = 40 cent size containing double the 25 cent si 
Boston Journal. SPECIAL Sold by all Druggista aod dealers in medicine.” 


For neatness, elegance of engraving, and 
contents gene ally, itis unsurpassed by any 
publication of the kind yet brought to our no- 
tice. —Piltsburgh Gazelte, 

It+ weekl, visits are eagerly looked for, not 
only by the children, but also by parents who 
are anxious to provide pure literature tor their 
girls and boys.—Christian Advocate, Buffalo, 
N, Y. 


A weekly paper for children which parents 
need not far to let their children read at the 
family fireside,— Hartford Daily Times 

Just the paper to take the eye and secure 
the attention of the boys and girls.—Spring- 
field Union. 


TO LADIES OF B-LLEVILLE, Tee 


Montreal. 
(Gentlemen Not Excluded.) 


FOR SALE. 
RAILWAY COMPANY ‘6US will, sold” i ; 
notil farther notice, run as lowate Ww TLTas UTA eeei ac bstoge 


Lewes Market, going by Brid Ibert, posed of by private sale, on 

w et, gor ridge, 

Hotel, Jobn and Bridge Streets, beck to Mar- W ednesday, November 16th, 
ket, at 74, 84, 94, 10h a. m., aul 124, 14, 34, ee ‘ ‘ ; : 


44. 5}, 64 p.w. 

Loaven Market, going by Bridge, John 
Hotel, Albert ‘and Bridge Streets, back to| Most Eligible Building Property 
Market, at 8, 9, 10, and 11 a,m.; and 12ron"| in the ity, extending from Ch rles to Albert 
and 1, 4, 5, aod 6 p.m. Streets, and lying between the residences of 

Fare 5 cents each way or part of way. E. F. Potts and J. J. B. Flint, Esq. 

M. B, ROBLIN. &pply to Thos. ( 
Befleville, Oc. 13tb, ’81, sd pager lees Lata 
To Let 


THERMs Lanne 


Harrer’s You>G Peorie 


Mr. Flint has a number of valuable Lots on 


Per Year, Postrace Preparws $1.50. Bleecker Avenue for on te 
Single numbers four cents each, r - : Oct. 26. sale, on easy a 
The bound volume for 1881 will be ready | ‘J HAT desirable resid-nce on Commercisl 

early in November. Price $3.00; post-ge Street now occupied by the undersigned. | j34—popT “pedivdol sung ew 


Posssession given immediately. For particu- 
lara apply to Francis Dolan. Keq , orto 
F, C, RIDLEY. 
Oct. 20 1881. 


146d tf. 
To Let, 


prepaid. Cover for YounG Peorvx for 1881, 
35 cents ; postage, 13 cents additional. 
Remittances :hould be made by Post-Office 
oney, Order or Draft, to avoid chance of 
08s, 
Newspapers are not to copy this advertise- 


“SITALS MIN ‘SLVH 140S ® 4411S 


yeysagq pov uwowouy ‘my at 
SPVT JO 07435 oN owe ‘eSurmamay ang 


prong waitin Be gurres ordersey sEtearann & VERY desirab’e Store and residence at-| 
Address) HARPER & BROTHERS, New tached, on east side north Front Street, ALHIUVA LVAWD N 
York : near upp-r bridge. Premises in good repair, 
: and well situated for a Grocery business. ‘spooy A009 ° e 
To Sell Let -—" M, B, ROBLIN, ee 
0 or to Let. 144 Street Railway Office, gag } 
’ \UE undersigned offers to sell or let,on rea- | 7 d 
{ roaable ters the Hotel now oocxpied by For Sale or to J.et, wag 
himeelf at Hayden’s Corners, C) "HOSE two semi-detached brick dwelli 
been recently robuilt, is situated upon a lead- I houses situate on Turnbull Street, 5 ‘Sodom 2 IG F OMAN "4019 
ing gravel road, and is doing a business. | adjoining the residences of F, A. Linghat, $7800 ofvyug Puv u00eD 
R. R. PALMER, | Esq., and the late D. D Bogart, the souther'’ ‘sjoyour ueqovijsy 
Nov. 30, 1880. d3twtf | one being at present ocoupied by Isaic Wol- 


Wanted. 


QE4LED Tenders for improvements on the 
\) Raptist Church will be received by the 
Building Committee at the office of A. Hodg- 
son & Sons, Bridge Street, up to Friday noon, 
4th Nov, 

Plans and epecifications to be seen at the 
office of John Forin, Eig., Architect. 

Oct, 29, 1831. 153d4t 


120d3awtf 


NIGHT SCHOOL 


ONTARIO BUSINESS COLLEGE 


Will commence on 


Monday, November the 7th, 


and continue 4 months, 


AMINITHIW “AMINITIIW 
To Let. — 
TIL It May next on very reuonstte |] FS OT 0) a 
A SPECIAL LINE 
MONEY TO LOAN. 


over, Esq. The ioteriors have been thoroughly “opery ITY} O43 
renovated. - Both houses areia a: excellent | 29% 9A0G¥ 943 JO 4004e OFrv] w poArooo!l swyy 
&o,, apply at the office of 
CHAS. W. BELL, 
Over Post Office, 
— B. ei a eee Diamond, corner ‘ 
ront and Camp’ ots. 
cong sun iSUun 
ria Wkael _ISdna [Sans — 
Wanted. 
GENERAL SERVANT wanted. Apply 
Scotch Lamb’s Wool 

The course eae of ews h ry 
in Penmanship, ook-Keeping, 

Arithmetic, Correspondence, includ- : 4 . 
ing practical grammar a apolling, Busi- UNDERCLOTHING. A peste al SUred inthe es 
ness, Forms and ae ihe &e. = 

special instruction to Mechantes in C) ° 

srithmetioal caloulationa applicable to their At A. E. Fish & Co.’s, 

Various trades. 

Tux Fees (payable in advance) aro $3.00 for 
the full course, or $3 00 per month. Tho foos 
of those who take a night school course, and 
afterwards desire to take the fall commorcial 
course, will apply on fall scholarships. 


W. B, ROBINSON, 
J. W. JOHNSON, 


Principals and Consulting Accountants, 
Oct, 29th, 1881. 153d6¢ 


state of repair, contain sixor seven rooms each, c 
Vendor's Solicitor, 
M. B, ROBLIN. 
to Mrs, Geo, TayLor, South George St. 
prepared to receive applications for loans on 


mo} of improved farm or city property. 
on por titles being extibited,’ axe reek 
can be placed without delay and free from ex- 
penses of agents or solicitors at a distance. 
E. G. PONTON, 
Barrister, Bollovillo, 
Office in Gordon's Block, Front 
St., over Overell’s Bookstore, 


Belleville, Oot. 28, 152de0d3w,w3m 


GO WEST! 


UT first wait until ‘ 
alge thes until about the Ist Novem. 
BLAIR & SHANKS, 


of Winnipeg, will opon a branch of thei 
Whon you aro buying them, ark for tho ro wie Oca i Bales oe 
wala You are buying ; aa splovdid list of lands will be ready for 


ISAAC BLAIR, - 


A ie AT bestaanythingin the markot. Theso 
goods must be seen te ‘be appreciated. 


Just fancy buying a real, genuize Sootch 


Lamb’s Wool B8hirt for $1 00, 


IMPORTED GOODS 


LUMBER. 


TS KE neers vl has on hand a tull agsort- 


The prices ran from $1.00 upwards. We 
bavo thom in all sizes, from 34 to 48 inches, 


R. H. SHANKS, 


ment of all kinds of soasone] Lumbor, wed&kSatd 
consisting of A. E. FISH & Co, 4 ILL —— 
Siding, 8 Loavo your orders for Fl i Mi NERY OPENING 
0 1 Sh 
10-inch Stock. 40 patterns o soloot from, a te : 
Flooring, drowod and undrossed, A. E. FISH & Co, ~~ : 
Joist, To Let, N RS. HORNE, who was recently burned 
Sheeting, YHOSE premisos on Front Street, compris. oa¥ on Hotell Street, 
Pickets. ing « largo Shop and Dwolling ovorhaed, 
two doors north of the i f Wi i 
and Lath. Bullen, and noxt adjoining the Millinery rf Will Open Next Week 


tablighmont of 8, Exjstace, 


good state of repair, R in the Sh , 
Cay ne once, pits fens Bhere, and necund disee Tom Wealey aitinary 
at tho Law © eo 
over the Post Office, oe the undersigned, ’ 
OHAS, W. BELL, 
Barrister, Bellovillo, 
Bteod 


Promises aro in a 


Bill Lumber cut to order, 


GEO, EASTERBROOK, 
Tweep, 
Adtw2m 


FRONT STRUDT, 


4th Oot,, '81, MRS, HORNE, 


1522 


Ootober 17, 1881. Oot, 28, 188), 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON'S. 


} 


~ 


We R:ceived Yesterday 


—AND— 


—AND— 


BORDERS, 


Direot from the manufacturers. 
arcbarors will flad our atook 
ar tho largest and boat arsortod in the city, 

To valoo it cannot be «qualled, as many of 

our lines wore purchased far below what thoy 

can be imported at, 


We have also a fow pieces of 


BLACK SILKS 


at $1.03, $1.19 and $1.25, «qual to what Is 
usually sold at $1.50 to $1.75, 


Our assortmont of 


Heavy Fall Woollens 


TWO BALES OF TAPESTRY 


VELVET CARPETS. 


Totending 
of carpots by | tions for the Court of Kovision, 


OUR worthy olty fathora cannot be a 


Suiaed of not having musio in thoir souls, Oity Hall wao noyer 60 crowded an it was | 


DAILY INTELLIGENCER 


O- Tux Jusiuee Sinan. 


Probably tho 


MORNING DESPATGHES | 


Choy did not hold a mooting last night bo- | last night, and the audience wae as intolli- Ef | S.A 
- . sie 1 
Sano tho majority of thoae prosont wished | gent and rympathotio as any pr rformer AWM ‘ved, \ } J : 
to attond the concert of the Jubilee Sing- | could wish. Tho two conc ria given by the 
ota. Fisk Jubilee Singora on theic formor visit sNOW HTOUM } 
Nor a fow impressionable young mon | to Bulleville bad been so much commoentod Dunven, Col, Nov. 1 Choro was a li ht 
about town soow storm here lasteveniog. The storm was | 


especially 
at or loiter around the Dafoo House, wor 
| 101te smitten by the obarms of tho brigh 
| Jubilee Singers. But all 
| and s'gne and attempts to flirt woro in vain 
She is faithful to tho big basso, 
/ Loudin, to whom she is ongagod, 


. 
Tite assessors have mado amplo prepara 


% expedite mattors and make the work 
easier for the mombora of that Committoo, 
they have copied out tho assessments for 
1880 and 1881 of thoso who have appealed 
against tho assoasmont of 1882, and sot thom 
alongside of that assossmont. By this moans 
the QOourt will be enabled to judge moro 
cloarly as to the rightyousnoss of the asacan- 
mont, 

Tae November number of the Century 
Magazine (Scribner's) will bo interesting to 
all from the fact that it was the last pro- 
pared under the direction of Dr, Holland, 
its founder and builder-up, Singularly 
enough, there is not a word in it as to the 
death of its editor; but probably the num- 
ber was ‘‘made up” when he died. This 
number begins what may bo called a now 
series, being somewhat larger in the page, 
givingabout fourteon pagos more to the 


those who board 


and intolligont Mies Laurence, ono of the | With an overflowing house on their return, 


their glances 


Mr, | 


In order | 


on and praised, and thoir quaint choruses 
o | had boenso much sung, ¥ histled and played, 


t | thatit was inevitable thoy should be greeted 


Wo will not hositate to aay that tho hall was 
too crowded, It in only capablo of seating 


a certain number comfortably, and when a 


managor continues to sell more tickots after 
} the ball is full, and squeeze in more people 
to the great discomfort and annoyance of 
} those who have already paid for scate, it 
looks too much like greed, Of the perform- 
ance last evening, nothing but praise can 
be written or spoken ; the only quostion is 
the different degroos of praise to be accord- 
ed to the different selections and singers. 
Many of tho concerted pieces were the same 
as those given by them before, and the au- 


“enoral throughout the state, 

$100,000 VAILUKY | 

Naw York, Noy, l.—John A, Abortallor, 

| importer of fanoy worsteds, assignod, 
ties ovor $100,000, 


JOINING THE COTTON 


Liabil- 


RXOHANGEK, 

Fifty business mon in various distant citios 
woro admitted to membership of the cotton 
oxchunge here yestordey by paying $5,000 
each, Tho price of seats horealtor will be 
$10,000, 

: HALOON BLOWN Ul BY DYNAMITR, 
Nov. 1, — Nathsniol 
Jukes’ saloon was blown up by dynamito on 
Sunday night. It is supposed to be the work 
of a radical tomporance party, 
THR QUITRAU CASE, 
Mitwauxes, Noy. 1.—Dr. Rico, of Wau- 


Pxuypieton, Ind,, 


dience woro acquainted with thom, buat 


thoro were soveral new selections which 
wore almost equal to the old favorites. 
The most pleasing of the concerted pieces 
wore, * Keep Mo from Sinking Down,” 
“Tho Lord’s Prayer,” ‘* Roll, Jordan, 
Roll,” ‘ Beight Sparkles in the Ohurch- 
yard,” ‘Rolling through an Uafriond- 
ly World,” and the ever popular and ex- 
quisite ‘Steal Away to Jesus.” One 
thing which gives a charm to the perform- 
anco of these dark singers of the south is the 


is now complete. Our stock is 1 i 
Pp this fall, Vvory ‘argo nahen zest and earnestness which they throw into 


Aw old gentleman from Napanee has had their singing ; they seem to enjoy it quite 
$10,000 invested in the Hastings Loan As- | "4 much as do the audience, In addition to 
sociation for seyoral years past. But re- the concerted picces there was a male quar- 
cently he made up his mind to invest the | tette which was Very artistically rendered, 
monoy in factories and local industries (a and in response to a vociferous eucore a 
praiseworthy idea which more Bolleville | ™USical as weil as novel quartette, ‘Lhe 
mon should be influenced by), and so came | Bumble Bee,’’ was given, and had to be re- 
to town to-day fu order to draw it. The | peated at the demand of the audience, The 
money was oflored to him in bank notes, | S0loists were Miss Jennie Jackson, Miss 
Ho refused them, however, and demanded | Mattie Lawrence and Mr, Loudin, Miss 
gold. A friend who was with ‘him tried to | J4¢k#on’s fall rich suprano was well dis- 

Murrny’s Stxam Dyixa AND Scourixe | Pereuade him to accept notes, but he re- | Played in the tine ballad, ‘'O Loving Heart, 
Works.—Ladi«'s snd Gentlemon’s clothing | fused, and the gold had to be procured and | Trust On.” She was heartily encored, and 
eer pee eT eect ea handed over to him, Ho might have been ‘eagoded. Mr, Loudin Bax an Hundred 
Orders attended to by post. Call at Murphy's | ®°¢ about noon to-day, walking up and | Mathoms Deep,” a magnilicent bass song, 

963m. | down Front St., with head erect and an air | 824 magnificently sung. In response to an 

of conscious superiority about him, and a| ehthusiastic encore he gaye his well-known 

box containing $10,000 in gold under his “Laughing Song,” which would haye been 
arm. more effective if the audience had allowed 

Mus. Fuizone, the wife of the noble him to have his laugh out and not 
Sergt. Frizone, the hero of the shooting | ®PP/auded before he had well bexun. Miss 
accident at the butts last fall, has, since her Lawrence Was thy chief favorite, In addi- 
soldier's cruel desertion of her, been gradu- | #4 tos light but clear, flexible and sweet 
ally coming to the opinion that it is not | *°PF#P° voice she possesses @ charming 
good for woman to be alone, any more than | 8T#°® Sud ease of manner, which greatly 
it is for man. The idea recently took such | #°t8 Off her singing. Her tirat song, ‘Sing, 
a powerful hold on her mind that she de- Sweet Bird,” was beautifully rendered, and 
cided to take another mate. The man on | tH? lively little ballad, ‘* Nothing Elee to 
whom her amorous gaze fell and lingered Do,” which she gave in response to an 
longest was Oharley Buckner,a black white- | P°0Fe, Was sung with an arch and piquant 
wash artist, called by vulgar people “Sheep- | “” that won its way to all hearts. On tlie 
akin.” He met the blooming gras-widow's whole, the concert was eminently success- 
advances half way, a new flame was kindled ful, and it will be long before a Belleville 
in their hearts, and the result has been that audience will ogain hear the quaint and 


GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. 


Rocal Aotices. 


: 
| Notices under this head _Jcts, a line each inser 
on, Af er siz insertions 5 -ts, a line, 


below the Queeu’s Hotel Front st. 


:: BELLEVILLE, TUESDAY, NOV, 1. — 


City and Vicinity. 


No. l express was forty minutes late 
again to-day. 

THeRe are now nine grinoners in gaol, of 
whom five are men and four are women. 

Tue cells were well occupied last night. 
Fiye tramps and twe prisoners took shelter 
in them. 


Desrite the recent heavy rains, the ; : iti ; 

giiasieit yet. wakes inthe ey in ra the pair have eloped. It is perhaps hardly weird music of the south so artistically in- 
Dab nale neceesary to add that tho affair has caused | te*preted. “ay 

Mr. Gare, the New York waterworks | ® flutter of peetaeae ts te most) (ariato-) Tweens. —This.isia leading department 
contractor, with his engineer, is expected | atic society of the Le with us, and this Fall we offer for sale an 
in town daily. . Tue Jubilee singers go from here to sen ae ai of peeliet el rae 

: TNigi erman an anadian Tweeds, worsto: 
Wixp ducks are becoming more numer- | Ottawa, where they will give two concetts, diagonals and overcoatings of beautiful now 
ous, Large numbers of them were brought | They then go to Montreal, and from there | designs and in reliable qualitios. Tho 
te town this morning. | to Quebec. Coming back to Montreal, | special facilities wo posaeas of buying these 
\ ‘THe inevitable infant was at the concert | they give their farewell Canadian concert | cheaply in the cheapest markets in tho 
} world secure them to our customers at the 


last night, and joined its vocal musio with there, and then strike Vermont and the 
that of the performers. other New England States, In the spring 
Turs must be Indian Summer, If it is | thoy will sail for Europe, and will give 
not it is probably as near an approach to it | concerts in England, Ireland, Scotland and 
as we will have this season. Wales, and will afterwards ‘*do” France ¢ 
Tux name of Mr. Philip Low, Q. O., of | Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and per-| The steam barges Saxon anid Kinggford 
Picton, is mentioned in connection with | hape the other European countries, They arrived this sie dase from Oswego. Tho for- 
one of the vacant Senatorship. will miss their leading soprano, Miss aanre ee Charlotte and the latter 
5 The Mayor and Ald. Ostrom presided at | Maggie Porter, who was with them on nea Chae : 
the Police Court this morning io the ab- | their last trip and was one of the original acelifrs ten line Be G. seat mg mI 
sence of tha’Police Magistrate. members of the company; but she has an aE ere arte re Pe eae le. dint 

‘xe yital statistics for the month ending | other fish to fry at present—nothing less | },45 and cloar tonight. 
30th. Oct, as registered, are as follows :— than . wedding in which she isone of the| Tho gchr, Kate Kelly will clear to-night 
bee 22; are at sce ie Lagan and which will take place next | with barley tor Oswegg from Downey & Pres- 

ME VAD aye broken @ doors . eat 
of a number of the cottages at Massassaga 
Point. If found out, Mr. Pretty will prose- 
cute them. 

Tue principal belts in Burrell’s axe fac- 
tory were cut through last might, with 
the effect of stopping the factory all day 
to-day. Thisis carrying the joke a little 


very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada,—J Ames HENNESSY. 


Weatuer Prosaniities—oronto, Noy. 
1.—Lakes, moderate to fresh,southerly and 
weaterly winds, fair to cloudy, mild wea- 
ther, probably showers in some localities 
to-night. 


InisH Arratrs.—Parnell has been re- 
fused an interview with his solivitor except 
in presence of the warden, and the govern- 
orof the prison has been appealed to 

wy Og oe against this decision. Tho applications to 

Portok Recorp,—During the month | tho Land Court for the fixing of rents con- 

too far. fa ‘ ending 31st October, 1881, the polico ar- | tinue to pourin, The Governmentis not 

A pazry of Italian miners, direct from | rosteq 45 persons, charged as follows :— | relaxing its vigilance, and several more 

. the sunny land ot their birth, arrived here Breaking into bonded car, 2; breach of the | *trests of suspects have been made. Father 

yesterday and went out by the Madoc train peace, 2; commitment, 1 ; drunk, 21 ; dis- ‘Conway, # parish priest, has been suspend- 

this morning to work in the OanadaVon- | orderly conduct, 2 ; fighting on public | &4 by the Bishop, but his parishionors will 
solidated Gold mine. street, 2 ; exposing person, 1; larceny, 7 ; allow no other priest into the chapel. 


A tangs boulder which lay near the ferry | maliciously wounding,1 ; pointing revolver, 
slip was raised by the dredge, and an old | ; 


pier near the island was lately struck. The ily, 1; vagrancy, 3. 24 persons (tramps) 


applied for ‘and received protestion in the 
police cells. 


bank which now obatructs the flow of water 
into the eastern channel will be cut through 


within the next few days. 
Tue first of the series of hops to be given 


, refusing and neglecting to support fam- 


Invanp Revenve.—The following is a 


It 1s Possible 
That a remedy made of such common, simple 
plants as Hops, Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, 
*c, make many and such marvellous and 
wonderfal cures as Hop Bitters do? It must 
be, for whon old and young, rich and 
poor, Pastor and Doctor, Lawyer 
and Editor, all testify to having been 


by the Oddfellows’ Band this season took | statement of the inland revenue collected | cured by them, we must believe and doubt po 


place last evening in the new hall of ‘the 
Band, Robertson’s eastern block. It was 
fairly attended and passed off yery success- 
fully, the music, as oe matter of course, 
boing of extra good quality. These hops 
are likely to become very popular. 

Tux dredge has hitherto been scratching 
on the rocks, and has just begun the real 
work of dredging at the east side of the 
harbor. She raised an immense boulder 
this morning opposite Tisdale’s boat house. 
It weighed fally three tons, and broke the 
tongs which were used in lifting it out. 

Ar the Police Court this morning Catha- 

z rine Braton, charged with being drunk and 
disorderly, was dismissed, ond Elizabeth 
Whalen, » vagrant, was allowed to go. 
Wm. Chambers was accused by Pat. Fitz- 
patrick with having drawn s revolver. The 
caso was adjourned antil to-morrow in 
obtain witnesses, 
ah was colebrated last night by 
the youth of the city, but celebrated in o 


‘ ; of healing and recommend it to your friends, 

, mild, half-hearted kiad of way. Nothing | but the day was subsequently altered to the | Wro refor to Dr. Fowler's Extront Cr wit 
more original than the shooting of poas pnd | Ist of Novombor, under the designation of | Strawberry, tho grost apocific for all summer 

Tuga y 7. fonat of All Saint 4 _ | complaints, diarrbma, cholera mort , dyson: 

unhinging of gate s has been heard of. The | the feast o gel a apart aide’ [aes tory, cramps, colic, bicknens of tha abi noh 


old festival is rapidly falling into disuse 


) here, and, will . 
: moro yoars. Tho girls wore out last night 


in almost as strong force a6 the boys, and 
appeared to be much more frolicsome and 
daring in their little practical jokes. They 
have begun early to assert. “Womens 


® rights.” 


in this district during the month ending 
October 31st, with the returns for the same 
month last yoar :— 


DI aes ae ts a ca an Waekae 26,922 84 
Tobacco........ i dinle baie gtaltgias 1,772.90 


WON teas Aateee crit ns cigtaate 114.70 
TNGHUEUR ST cen nom es dibtieg 300 00 
RRND SE gare reba actin ain 88.80 
IPORGUT) tcusias <94y.edivaivli¥l> o $9,199. 24 
Returne for Oct.,1880...... .»» 6,564.61 
Increase .......,.. Lanmartd $2,634.63 


Aut Sarst’s Day.—To-day, the Ist of 
November, is All Saint’s Day. It is ob- 
served as ono of the greatest festivals of 
the Christian Church—tho feast of All 
Saints. Tho fonstival takes its origin from 
the conversion, ii the seventh century, of 
tho Pantheon at Rome into ao Christian 
place of worship, and its dedication by 
Popo Boniface 1V, to the Virgin and all 
themartyrs, The anniversary of this ovont 
was at first celebrated on tho lat of May, 


oral commemoration in their honor. It is 


dio a nataral death ina fow|a fostival of obligatioh in the Roman | morits be known to all who have not used it 


Oatholic Charch, and a bank holiday in the 
Province of Quebec, Tho fonst is also 
observed in the Anglican Church, Tho 
epistle read on the feast is from Rovola- 
tion vu. 2, and the gospel from St. Mat- 
thow v. L. 


longer.—Post, 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, 

Tho Best SALve in the world for Cuts, 
Bruises, Sores, Salt Rhoum, Fovor Sores, Tot- 
ter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 
all Skia oraptions, and positively cures Piles, 
It is guaranteed to givo satisfaction or money 
refunded, Price 25 cents por box. For sale 
by Jaa, Clark & Co, 


What's in a Name? 

The virtue of mont of the patent medicines 
with which the market is flooded Jica in 
the name, but tho yirtues of Burdock Bittora 
lie in the fact that they cleanse the blood of 
impnrities, and curo dyspepsia, biliousness 
and indigestion. Price 31 06, trial bottlos 10 
cents, 


Tho bowels become torpid and inactive 
under continual purgation. Dr. Wilson's 
Anti-bilious and Preserving Pills penetrate to 
tho muclous of this disease and oradisate it, 
They evacuate tho intestines by a mild and 
efficient operation, avd roouperate their ox. 
hausted energy by rostoring tono and vigor, 


Have You tried It ? 


If #0 you can tostify to its marvellous powers 


and bowels of infants or aduity, Lot ite 


A General Defeated, 
A Mru.J,G; Robinson writes; “1 was enf- 
fering from gonoral dobility, want of appotito 
constipation, oto,, #0 that life was a burden; 


kesha county, lias been subp@nacd as a wit- 
ness forGuiteau. It is expected be will 
testify ho examiaod the aseassin threo years 


apo and declared lie was then sufleriog from 
softening of the biain, 

Wasuincron, Noy. 1.—Guiteau’s counsol 
hopes to havo the case ready a day or two 
before Nov, l4th, th» day set for the trial, 
Tho trial promison to be protracted, 

WASHINGTON SPECIALS, 

New York, Noo. 1.—The Herald's Wash- 
ington spccial says Blaine has oxpre sod froo- 
ly, im very recent conversations, his views as 
to tho next Uabinet. for himself ho says he 
will retire in December, Tho Cabinet, ho 
says, will be Grant from the top to the bot. 
tom after January lst, 

The Z'ribune's Washington special says the 
Star route ring is jubilant over the non-ap- 
pearance of Cook and Brewster. Special 
counsel for the Coveromont was in court yes- 
torday. 

A goutleman conversant with Wall Street 
allsira waid yesterday ho knew Baldwin spo- 
culated largely in the street many yoars and 
both made and lost, 4 

Lonng, Nov. 1.—Arrived, Stato of Florida, 


= : 

AFTERNOON DISPATCHES, 

New York, Nov. 1.—Arrived tho Zyyp- 
tian Monarch, from London, 

POSTING DAY, 

Lonpon, Nov. 1.—This being the semi an- 
nual posting dayin the accounting depart. 
ment of the bank of Hngland, tho bank and 
Stock Exchanges are closed. 

GLADSTONE ABOUT TO RETIRE, 

The Standard says; We hayo the best ren. 
son for belief that Gladstone contemplates re- 
signing the Chancellorship of the Exchequer 
shortly. There are also grounds for beliet 
that he meditates retiring altogether from 
official life 

NEW SUPPORTARS FoR BISMARCK, 

Vienna, Nov. J.—A_ semiofticial lotter 
from Berlin states that the mombers of the 
former centre party in the Reichstag will now 
be devoted supportora of Bismarck, although 
fraught with deep anxiety for the Vatican. 

MORE TROOPS ¥OR IRELAND, 

Lonoon, Noy. 1.—A troop ship leayes Ports. 
mouth to-day with 520 mon, to roinforce vari- 
ous regimentsin Ireland, Orders have been 
received at Athlone to havea flying column 
in readiness to proceed immediately to any 
part of Weetmeath or Roscommon, 

SNOW IN ENGLAND. 

Snow fell to-day in London and various 

parta of England, 


~ —At Atalanta, Ge,, yesterday one York 
shot and killo his son Thomas with a mus- 
kotin presence of the latter's wife. 

* A cablegram from London says the Mar- 
quis of Lorue will spend two monthain Eng- 
land, and on his retnra to Canadahe will be 
accompaniei by the Princeis Louise, 


C. C. Jacobs, Buffalo, an employee of. the 
U.S. Expreas Co., saya:—Dr. Thomas’ Lc- 
lectric Oil cured him of a bad caso of Piles of 8 
yoare standing, haying triod most every known 
remedy, ‘besides two Baffalo Physicians’ 
without reliof ; but tho Oil cured him; he 
thinke it cannot be recommended too highly, 


Mr, Richard Holmes, Victoria Corner, N. 
B. saye, he was troubled with rhoumatism for 
years, was all drawn up with paip, and was 
deprived of sleep, He tried many doctors, 
and mavy remedies, finally ‘tried Dow’s 
Sturgeon Oil Liniment and he is now well. 

Many a one has had reason to regret the 
noglect of the advice, to ‘take caro of that 
cold.’ Consumption, fatal disease, is often 
the effect. Wilson's Pulmonary Cherry Bal- 
sam is the best romedy, best in overy way, 
easy to take, safe to use, certain in its effects, 
and cheap to buy. a 


The old Reliable. 

The remedy that has stood the tost of tim 
is Dr, Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry 
Almost infaJlible to cure dysentary, cholero 
morbus, and all manner of fluxes, colfe 
orampé, cholora infantum, and every form oi 
summer complaints 


Butter, Milk and Hggs. 

The three indispensable articles of consump- 
tion are so greatly improved in quantity and 
quality,when HARVELL’s ConprTIoN POWDERS 
are mixed with feed of the cows or poultry 


that no dairy or poultry yard oan possibly be 
remunorative without them, Ask for Narn 


Pains and Griping in Children. 

HERRICK’S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLY PILLS 
nro a sovereign romedy for this ailment which 
i not alone confined to children, Nothing 
con withstand their gubtlo action and purify- 
ing influences. Thoy are purely yogotablo, 
and never inconyenience the patient. They 
aro sold every whore, 


A CARD. 

To all who are suffering from the errors and 
indiscrotions of youth, nervous weaknoss, carly 
decay, loss of manhood, &o., I will send a ro- 
© po that will onre you, FREE OF OHARGE, 
‘This great romedy was discovered by a mis- 
sionaryinSouth Amorica, Send s self-address- 
od onvelopo to the Kev, Josern B. INMAN, 
Station D, New York Clty, {w6mI43eo0d 


Women's True Friend, 

A friend in need is w friend indeed, ‘This 
none can deny, especially when agsistanco Is 
rendered when one iy soroly afllioted with dis- 
oaso, nore particularly those complaints and 
ond weaknesses so common to our fomalo 
population, Every women should know that 
Elootric Bittors are woman's truo friend, and 
will positively restoro her to health, oyen 
whoa all other remedies fil. A single trial 
alway proves our assertion, Thoy are ploa- 
sant to tho taeto and only fitty conto a 
bottle, Sold by Jas, Olarke & Oo, 


Free of Oost, 

All persons wishing to toot the morite of a 
gronb romedy—ono that will positively cure 
Vensumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bron- 
ob sis,or any affection of the Throst and Lungs 

aro requostod to call at Jas. Olark & Co,’n 
Urog Store and got o Trial Bottle of Dr, 


aftor using Burdock Hlood Bitters I folt bet 
tor shen for years, I cannot praiso your Bit- 
tora much,” 


King's Now Disooyery for Consumption, /res 
Y foe whioh will show you what » rogalay 
ollar-sized bettlo will do, 


_| Bo on barley to 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 ({o81. 


DIED 

On the Ist inat. Matipa, eldest danghter of 
Daniel Foster, 

[The funeral will take place 
realdence cor, Ann and Dindas Stroete,on Thur: 
day, ded inet,, at 2 o’clook p, m 
---- 


from tho family | 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


in TRLLIOnwony Orrton, 
Bellevill:, Nov, J, 681 { 
The market for Barley wtill remains woak, 
with 800, paid for No, 1, and correspondingly 
lower prices for poorer qualitios, This foro. 
noon's Oswego tolograme quote: ‘Canada hold 
at $1.08; No, | Canada $1.10; No, 1 bright 
$1.13, but lower ratos would probably bo ac. 
cepted.” As tho receipts at Oawogo up to the 
20th give the receipts of Barley at that port 
to dato as 302,069 bushels short of last year, 
it would socom asif thero was a strong effort 
made there to borr the market, 
Ryo was weakor to-day, and sold at 870 
Drosxod Hoga wore also lower. 
{rom $7.50 to #8 00 por 100°be. 
W neat—$1,20 to 81,25, 
BAnLey—7bo, to 800, 
Rye—87o, 
Oats -40 to 4lo. 
PEAS -fibe. to 75o. 
Ham ‘—12h0, 
LAmMt—7o to 8o per Ib. 
Dressup Hoos—$7.50 to $8, 
Kurrun — Roll 250 to 300, 
EGas—lb5o. to 200. per donor, 
Hines —Rough 87,00, lospeoted 
$8.50 
Catv Skine—100 por Ib, 
Lama Skrxs—$1,00 
WooLt—220 
Laap—1llo to 150, 
Lavrow—Rougb, 40, 
Tattow—Rendered, 640, 
Por sATORB—$1 per bag. 
froun—Wholesale, $6.50 por bbl. 
Prorn—BRetail,$6.50 to $7.00 per bbl, 
fa¥--810.00 to $12.00 per ton 
Straw—$5 per ton. 
Onttckans—250 69 50) per palr 
Greser—50c. to 60c. each, 
DocKs—6() to 600 por pair, 


TORON CO MARKET. 

‘Loxonto, Nov, 1, — Fall wheat No, ] 
$1.30 10 0.00 ; No, 2, $1.25 to $1,28; No 3, 
$1.20 to $1.22, Spring No, 1,—$1.33 to $0.00. 
No. 2, $1.32 to $1.33 No. 3, $0.00 to 80.00; 
Barley—No, 1 96 to 97; No. 2, 90to 91 ; No, 3 
extra, 83 to 85; No. 3,87 to 00. Peas— 
No, 1,80 to 00; 2,78to 00. Uate- No.1, 43 to 00; 
No. 2, 000, Com—00 to 00. Wool—00 to 00. 
Flour— soberly] $5.40 to $0.00; extra, $5.60 
to $0.00; fancy, $0,00 to $0.00 ; strong bakers 
$0.00 to $0.00 ; spring oxtra, $0.00 to $0.00, 
ruperhne, $0.00 to $0.00 ; fine, $0.00 to $0.00. 
Bran $14.00 to $00.00. Clover sced, $0.00 to 
30.00, Timothy £0 00 to 20,00. Hogs—80.00 
to $0.00. Butter 18 to 21, Barley (street) 
00c to 00. Ryo, 00 to 000. Spring whest, 
30 00 to $0.00, Fall whoat $0,00 to 0 00, 
Oatmeal $0.00 to $0.09. Cornmeal $0.00 to 
$0.00. Pork $00.00 to $90.00. 

Market breaking on tlouraud wheat, superi- 
or and extra at $5.90, F. 0. C. and extra is 


‘not worth over $5.80, No. 2 fall $1.25 to $1.26, 


but spring being soarce is sold with $1.34 
paid for No, 1; oats much wanted at 43; 
barley quiet with asale of No, 2at 9, other 
grades offered as before, but not taken ; peas 
nominally unchanged; rye steady and sold 
at 95. 
MONTKMAL MARKET. 

Monrreat, Nov. 1.—Flonr, roceipts 5,300 
bls, This being a legal holiday, thero is no 
business of importance transacting, and yes- 
terday’s prices are unchanged, Quotations:— 
Superiore $6.35 to $6.40; extra $6 30 to $6.35; 
spring extra $630 to $0.00; superfice 
$6,00 to $).00; strong bakers $6.75 to $7.75 ; 
fine $5.25 to $5.50; middliogs $4 75 to $5.00; 
pollards $4.25 to $450; Ont. bags $3.00 to 
$3.10; city bags $3.75 to $3.85. 

Grain- Wheat, U C. white winter $1.35 to 
$1.37; red do. $1 40 bid. Corn 70 to71 Peas 
93. Oats 40, Barley 70 to 75, Rye95 to 


97. 

Oatmeal, $5.00 to $5 25. Cornmeal, $2.50. 

Provisions—Buttor, western 17 to 18; E.T, 
20 to 21; B. and M. 19 to 20; creamery, 23 to 
24, Choeso ll to13 Pork $22 to$2),25, Lard 
154. Bacon 11 to 12. Hama 13 to 14, 

Ashos— pots $4.90; pearls noml, 

MONTREAL STOOKS, 

The follo sing is tho officlal report of the 

Montreal Gtook Exchange, Nov. 1 — 


AYTZRNOON BOARD, 


Name. sacked, offered, sales, 

Bank ofMontreal...1994 199 

Ditto ox.diy, 195§ 195 
Merchants Bauk.. 128 127} 35@z 

Ditto ex div. 1254 125 50@ 
Bank of Commoros,.141} 140% 105@} 
Ontario Bank ..... 59% 594 785@4,500@}. 

}700@},450@9 
Bauk of Toronto.... 
Molson’« Bank..,...116 115} 
Banquodu Peuplo,..90 88 
Jacq zee Cartior 110 +100 
Union Bank,... 97 «90 
Quebeo Bank,..... 
Exchanges Bank... . 
Mont, TelegraphCo,1264 126 75@t 
Domin. Teleg’ph Co. .97 
MontroalGasUo. ..142% 142 
lity Passongor Uo.,,123% 122} 

R.&O.Naviga'n Oo 444 44 110@4 


Royal Can. Ina, Oo.. 
Imporial Bank...,.. 
Canada Uotton,..... 
Dundas Cotton....., 
Consolidated Bank... ° 
Federal Bank........ 
Ont. Investment, .. 
St.P.,Minn. &Man,. Ry, 


OSWEGO MARKET. 

Osweao, N. Y,, Nov, 1.—Wheat easier ; 
white atate $1.40; red do, $1.48. Corn un- 
changed, mixed western 75, * arley quiet, No. 2 
Qanada $1.08; No, 1 Canada $1.10; No. 1 
bright Canada $1.13 Rye quiet, Cansda 
nominally, 98c in bond, Canal freights ua- 
rnettled, no engagements yet, carriers asking 
ow York, the last rate paid 
was 44 yosterday p. m. Lake receipts—barloy 
75,000; ryo, 4,400; lamber 40,000. 


NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. 
Naw York, Nov. |. 

Cotton steady, 11g. 

Flour steady; receipts 23,000 brls,; sales 
13,000 brla., $4.50 to $5.25 com, to good ex, 
atato, $5.40 to $8.25 com. to choice ex. stato 
and wen. 

Rye flour weak, $5 10 to $5.50, 

hoat highor ; rooeipts 176,000 bus. ; salow 
296,000 bus. No.2 red Nov. $1,43} to 44) ; 
648,000 do Deo, 47 to 474; 480,000 do, Jan. 
50 to 504; 34,000 do. Feb. 534, 

Rye dull, $1.02 to $1.05. 

Oorn highor; receipts 110,000 bas, ; salos 
106,000 bua., 66 to 69 new; 69} to 74 old, 

Barley weak unchanged. 

Oats better ; receipts 30,000 bus; sales 
75,000 ; 464 to 48 mixed; 49 to 534 white, 

Pork nominal, $17.75, to 318,00, 

Lard stronger, $11.65, 


OHLCAGO MARKETS, 

Cnoag >, Nov 1,—Pork $16 45 Nov, ; 817,85 
Jan, Lard $11 40 Nov.; $1140 nom, year; 
S11. 72\Jon. Wheat 20¥ Nov.; 31§ Deo, 33} 
Jan, Com 2h Sov: 48 Dec.; 48 Jav.; 68/7 
May. 3) Nov. 33% Doo,; 44, nom, Jon 


OYSTERS, 
OYSTERS, 


AT 


THE CITY BAKERY. 


JA8. WALLACE, 


Hopt. 20th, 1881, 


oo 
Woe «uote 
{ 


0 


In order to make room for my large 


I will sell 


REMAINING STOCK 


MONTH. 


supply of Winter Stock 
all my 


OF GARRIACES, 


——CONSISTING OF — 


Top Phetons, Top Buggies, Open Phetons, 
Open Buggies, and Democrats, 


—AT A— 


REDUCTION OF 


20 PER CENT. 


Salo to continue for one month from this date, when I will offer a grand display of 


WINTER STOCK of CUTTERS, SLEIGHS, &c: 


Tho finest over offered in Belleville, at 


HXCHEDINGLY 


LOW PRICES. 


Ihave jnst completed very extensive additions to my buildings at a large cost, making 


ono of the finest carriege mavufacturing establishments in Ontario, 


who will entrust their orders 
rely upon getting good value fo 


i their money. 
6xXamine my stock 


fore purchasing elaewhere, 


jme for anything in the liae of carriages or 


Therefore, customers 


sleigh, ma: 


All Laskis that intending purchasers wi 


. JAMES ST. CHARLES. 


Ootober 25, 1881. 


BLACK 


150dtf,wilm 


STLEKS. 


RECEIVED TO-DAY DIRECT, 


1 Case of our Celebrated Black Silks, at the following prices : 


90c., $1.00, $1 40, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, and $2.50. 


These Silks are made specially for ourselves, and by far the best 


value ever showa in the City. 


PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. 


FOSTER & REID. 


OH! THAT RHEUMATISM. 


I did not sleep a wink from it all night. How 
common is this complaint, and how unneces- 
sary, Why, thereisa remedy for it in every 
townin Canada. It is called Dr, Dow’s Stur- 
geon Oil Liniment. It is a medicine of remark- 
able strength which, when employed externally 
cures rheamatism, sprains, bruises, cramp in 
rouscles, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, con 
joints, erysipelas, ringworms, &c., 

CAUTION. 
Do not use it internally because its strength is 
so great that it is adopted only for outward ap- 
plication bothas a counter irritant and as 
restorer of the bruised inflamed skin to healthy 


action. 
Put up in large bottles, retsil 25 cts, each, 
and sold by a!l Druggists aud Country Mer- 


chants. 


J. W. BRAYLEY, 
Montreal. 


TO LET. 


AT desirable two storey Brick House cn 

the corner of Mill and Burrell Streets. 
There is s good grocery store attached to tho 
house and a good garden. For terms and 
further particulars apply on the premises. 
Belleville, Oot. 25, 1551. 149d6t 


~ PUTTNER’S 


EMULSION! 


COD LIVER OIL | 


—WITH— 


HYPOPHOSPHITES, &6., 


By ©. B. PUTTNER. Ph. M., In- 
structor of Pharmacy Hali- 
: fax College. 


‘[\HE inventor in preseaotiog this preparation 
i to tho medical profession and the public 
at large, does it with a contidence of its ac- 
coptance, based upon the results of its use as 
evinced during some years in the Lower Pro- 
vinces, and its unqualified endorsation by a 
large number of the medical mon of the high- 
est standing, who have watched its immediate 
and gratifying offects, It has been used in 
all the Publio Institutions, Hospitals and 
Dispensaries with unvarying good results, 
and it is not too much to say that its use is 
official, In proof thervof it is recommended 


te D, MoN, Parkor, M.D,, &o., Consult. 
ing Physician, &0, Hospital, Halifax, 

id. Jennings, M, D., Surgeon P, & O, Hos. 
pital, Halifax, 

Goo, L Sinclair, M. D., Ass't Physician 
Mcunt Hope Insane Hospital and Prof. of 
Anatomy Halifax Metioal Collogs, 

O, D, Rigby, M. D., Surgeon to the Diy. 
ponsary,. 

T., Trenaman, M. 0, Phystolay Halifax 
Dispensary, 

W, 3}, Mooro, M. D., 0, W., Kentville, 
late Surgoon P. & CO, Hospital, Halifax, 

W. B, Brine, M.D,, Port Hud, P, 46, I, 

W. B, Slaytor, M.D., L.R.O.S » Bag, ke., 
Prof, of Obstotrica Halifax Modioal Rclioge, 
and Consulting Surgeon P. & OU. Hospital. 

W. S. Muir, M, D., ©. M., LRS.P. & C,, 
Truro, N, §, 

Araho Lawson, M. D,, M. R. O, &., &o., 
Physician to Gonl, Hospital and Prof, of Sur- 
Rory Halifax Modioal College to 
: DA Campbell, M, 1,0. M., Physician 

slifax Disnoo 

§, Jacobse M. Dy, Dominion Health Ollioer 


Lun y N. & 
Ween Ni Dy. Bridgowater, is 


HL. Atkinson, M.D. , May four 


goon Gon'l Hospital, Halifax. p, &1.0, 


5 Ph, D., to : : 
| Goo PChomiatry, Dathousie University 
rot, 


thort 
Halifax, and many Vo face Spocity PUTT. 
Physiolans SOLD KVERY- 


it 
{ULSION, 4 
ave 60 eam Sdddewl yr 


8, 
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NEW’ 
WILRR 


= CIDER. 
20,000 Gallons Wanted. 


Aces at the old M, E, Church, opposite 
Brown's Foundry. 
~ Oct. 21, d&wim 


SEES eee 
LAMPS! 
We have ee and elegant — 


HANGING LAMPS, 


for halle, parlors or dining rooms. ‘These are 
eoidedIy. th sdvaned of anything previously 
shown in Belleville. Aleo, a large lat of 
beautiful 

TABLE LAMPS, 


in polished brass and painted porcelain, fitted 
with the best burners in the market. Prices 


very low. 
F. H. ROUS & CO. 


Belleville, Oct. 25, 1881. 


CARPETS. 


HIS is a leading department with us,fand 
this Fall we offer for sale an uncommonly 
large Stock of Braezels, Tapestry and all wool 
Osrpets, in beautiful New designs and in 
reliable Qualities. 


The special facilities we possess of buying 
theso ce ly in the Cheapest markets 
in the world, secure them to our customers 
at tho very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada. 


TERMS, CASH. 


GEO. RITCHIE & CO. 


‘QTARTLING 
DISCOVER 


LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. | 


using 
A viotim of thfal impradence SManhood, ote 
turo Decay, Nervous De ty, Lael mont, has di: 


very k f 
having tried in vain © eo will sends, 
coverod a simple wolf cure, whens 1. REBYES, 


fellow -wulerers, 
3 Chatham Sty N- ¥ 


r OUR STOCK 


rr 


LAMP GOODS | 


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<a 
We Have Some ¥ ie 
me Very Handsome 


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Tho Pharmacy, 


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—or— 


Fine WINES 


Wo havo just recelved direct from CADIZ 


and OPORTO a quantity of 
VERY OHOICE 


SHERRY AND PORT, 


including « fow cases of VERY Superior 


—OLD VINTAGE PORT— 


BOTTLED IN OPORTO. 
Wallbridge & Olarke, 


nocens & Wruve Mancrants, 
2 $7 and 89 Bridge St, 
July 274b, 1881, 


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Of London, England. 


FIRHD AND LIFE. 
DARA os = 8 


Shareholders liability unlimited. Funds in- 


vested, $23, 000, 000; annual income, $5 000, 000, 
Invested in Canada ie roteotion Canadian 

000. Farm pro- 
Saha meh by lightaing. 


to Live Stook by lightning anywhere 


farm made 
ge the Ti DONNELLY, Bellovillo, 
District AGENT — 


MONEY TO LOAN ~ 
AS very zeanpnaple rates, PU instal 
es Maal one nt ety. 
No. 25 Bridge St. Bellevill — 


Fire Insucance Company, of Lon- 
don, England. 


ESTABLISHED IN 17832. 


GENCY Established in Canada in 1804. 
A Unlimited liability of allthe Stockhold- 
ers and large reserve funds. Moderate rates 
of Premium. 

GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co. 
General Agents for Canada, 
T. DONNELLY, 
Agent, Belleville 


WHITE STAR LINE 


United States & Royal Mail Steam- 
; ers Sailing every Week 


Between New York, Queenstown and Liver- 
ade Germanio, Britannio, Adriatio, Celtic 


or pigs. Cabin passage, 
$80 and $100, Exoursion tickets on fav- 


terms. Steerage tickets, inoladi 
. railroad fare to and from Belleville, at recom 
rates, Partics tosend for their friends 
or take a trip to the old country will do wel] 
to apply for turther information to : 
. DONNELLY‘ 
277d&w Agent, Bellovil'e 


ON. H. DOWNS?’ 


VEGETABLE BALSAMIC 


ELIXIR 


Is a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, 

Whooping - Cough, and’ all 

Diseases, when aa season. ve 
People die of consumption simply 


because of neglect, when the time! 
use of this remedy would have cured 
them at once, 


Fifty-one of constant 
use preves the that no congh 
remedy has stood ‘the test like 
Downs’ Elixir, 

Price 25 cents and $1.00 per bottle 

For Sale Everywhere, 


Dr. Baxter's Mandrake 


BITTERS 


all Diseases arising from Biliousness. 
Price 25 cents per bottle. 
Por Everywhere. 
HENRY & JOHNSON'S 
ARNICA AND OIL 


LINIMENT 


For Man and Beast. 


The most perfect liniment ever com- 
pounded. Price 25 cts. and 50 ct 
* Vor Bale Everywhere. 


GRAY’S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. 
TRADE MAR# THe GreatENG-TRADE MARK 
Lish REMEDY, | 
Anunfailin 
cure for 
Si ees, Bose: 
matorrhea, - 
tency, and all 
Reaaal that fol- 
eed yet equeeoe GS || 
NC ° ; + AFTER TAKING. 
ie ee emory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in 
the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old 
Ago, and many other Diseases that lead to In- 
or Consumption and a Premature Grave. 


desire free by mail to every one. 6 
Specific Medicine is sold by all dru at $1 
per package, or six packages for $5, or will be 


THE GRAY MEDICINE co. 
Toronto, Ont., Canadas. 
Sold by all Druggists and A... Geen, Belleville, 


GLASS FRUIT JARS 


JUST TO HAND. 


—e 


200 DOZ. CROWN FRUIT JARS 


the Best in the Market, 
soy 


TEMPLETON’S 
Front St., Opposite Foot Bridge. 

RITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE 

sig, anny 
INCORPORATED 1833 


Paid «= $500,000 00 

rhage pobre ity . » « 4,420,000 00 

Insurance on all classes of property, Loses 
promptly and liberally sottled. 


R, ELLIOTT, 
69d6m, taw Agent Belloville, 
July Sixt, 1881, 


M. B. Roblin 
8 not discontinued the Fire Insuranve 
El ‘testes, Ha {a still doing a large busi- 


ness in it. 
Oot, 18tb, 1881. 


$10,000, 000, 


DATLY 


INTELLIGENCER 


atroot bocauso tho firm there had made its 


. " 
ay 1 ‘ia name o household word by dint of advor- 
pres SIV aes tlaing. 
fest Bide SL Moss He wont back to the atudio; the artist 
Pera ara = aan | was from home, but Laurence waa there 
‘ 2 . ; 
7 Po The boy looked up in wonder at tho strange 
| Daily Butelligencer. [rewrite wre 
< bw ‘Is anything tho matter, fathor!' ho 
my askod, 
W OOBD AND WON. ‘You, much,’ was the roply. ‘Como away 
from here, Laurence. I want to talk to you 
His wife, Diane !’ whore no one will hear us. Come out; I 
es do not like this place,’ 
; oro © ‘ it—it | do not hi 1is place, 
L SRESTE Ener Se ee ne ee abled ho Chey talked together through the park 
did not like that kind of thing : an idoa had ih | they camo to a seat far away from ull 
othors. 


oocourred to him—this stranger had called 
his wifo Diano—what was Lady Keraston’s 
neme! He remombered that somo time 


‘Let us sit down hore,’ seid the farmer ; 
*l want to talk to you,’ 


ainco he had prepared a drossing-caso for Yot when they wore seated sth by ee 
hor; from curiosity he looked at the order ho scotned in no hurry to begin. More than 
book which contained her initials, Thoy | oHce Lauronce said to him ME Ss: 
were ‘D, K.’ and ho wondered if *D' meant You wanted to speak to mo, fathor ; 


am all attention.’ 

But Bruno Severne was in no hurry to 
bogin ; words seemed strangely to fail him. 
Then at Inst he turned slowly to tho boy, 
aud Laurence saw that bis lips were qui- 
voring, 

‘Laurence,’ he said, ‘when your Aunt 
Hestor told you, years ago, your mother's 
story, I thought sho had done a vory cruel 
thing ; now | know it was for the best. 
Laurence, I have soon your mother ” 

The boy's face grow pitiful to sec; he 
raised it slowly. 

‘Seen my mother ! he repeated ; ‘where 
and how! Soon her! really seen her, my 
mothor!’ 

*Yos,’ was the grim reply, ‘I have seen 
hor, and she bas eacapod me ; but I will 
hunt her down !’ 

Laurence looked horrified. 

*You will hunt her down !" he said, ‘Do 
you know that it is of my mothor you are 


Diane. Ifao, it was, as he ropoated to him- 
self, a strange atlair. 
‘A vory unpleasant picce of business, sir, 
said the assistant, looking at his employer, 
Tien Mr. Falkland awoke to the omer- 
geoncies of the situation. ’ 

‘A strange mistake,’ he admitted. 
man muat be mad,’ 

‘Thore seomed to be a groat method in 
his madness,’ was tho assiatant’s reply. 
* Ono thing did atriko me, sir.’ 

‘What was that /’ asked Mr, Falkland, 
angrily. : 

* Tho last time that Lord and Lady Ker- 
ston were hero together I hoard him call 
hor Diane ; I was struck by tho name, it is 
so uncommon,’ J 

* A more coincidence,’ said the master, 

‘Still,’ persisted the man, ‘it is strange 
there should be a coincidence both in face 
and name. Do you not think so, sir!’ 

Mr. Falkland looked at his assistant. now | 

“1 have found it through life,’ he said, speaking | 
‘a vafo rulo not to think—nothing in this TO BE CONTINUED. 
world pays so well as minding ono’s own —— 
business. You will do well to take the Oruelty to animais 
hiot. I wish you, if you desire to continuo | ‘There aro soctetios for the prevention of 
in my employment, to keep silence.’ cruelty to animals, But mon and womon 

*T will do that, sir; but I have my own | grow pig-hoaded when thoir stomachs aro do- 
thoughts,” moralised, They insist upon seeing at all 

‘We untly all have those; tho danger is } hours of the day snd night whatover thoir por- 
when we express them,’ verted and normal appetitos oe — they 

Bat Mr. Falkland was puzzled himself, | bocome incurable dyspeptios. Phoy wilt en: 

i . -? | large feclingly on the themo of ‘‘oruclty to 
he could not help owning it; the man did Te evan ihemrehirelio the tising dace 
not seem to bo mad ; there wasall the san- | *™ g 


of indigestible food. 
ity and mothod of despair in what he had a ybgc ee Nr animals or toad 
said. Yot Lady Kerston, of all other lad- | Fyyry house should keop asa life blossing a 
ies, to be called a false, runaway wife ; she | quantity of Dx. Axrerox’s Suvaan Coatxp 
whose position was so lofty ; who stood, by | Pris, which will remody this ovil of oramming 
virtue of hor husband’s position, so near | down indigostiible food until wo feel light 


‘The 


the throne. Then he remembered to have | hesded from tho table or suffer from paralysin 
heard that she was married abroad ; surely | They away the ot/al and ronovate th, 
there was a mistake, she could neyer have | system. Jd by all druggists. 


been that man’s wife. The bare notion 
was ridiculous, 

*She is a beautiful woman,’ he said to 
himaclf ; ‘beautiful and gracious ; [ should 
not like any harm to come to hor.’ 

Afterwards he said, both to himself and 
others, that he would rather this strange 
meeting—the beginning of this tragedy— 
had taken place in any other house than 
his own ; the idea of a woman in any grief 
or sorrow was unpleasant to him. 

Tho assistant, who was opposed to all 
distinctions of caste, said there was no 
equality ; there was one law for the rich, 
and anather for the poor, 


CHAPTER LVI. 
*} MUST HAVE REVENGE.’ 


Bruno Severne left’ the store in New 
Bond street, with despair in his heart. To 
have been so near victory, yet to have lost. 
To have seen har—to have recognized her 
—then to have lost all clue to her. 

It was unjust of Heaven ; he had barely 
tasted the delight of his revenge, when it 
was snatched from him—it was cruel and 
unjust. 

He had recognized her the very moment 
he entered the shop ; he had watched her 
so keenly that no change of expression had 
escaped him. He had been quite silent 
during those few first moments of recogni- 
tion ; his emotion was too great for speech. 
He had pictured her in many strange posi- 
tious—he had dreamed of her working hard 
for her bread—as poor and miserable—then 
again, he had pictured her as earning a com- 
fortable living by her artistic talont. 

Bot if this was, as he felt sure, Diane, 
she was the most superbly-beautiful woman 
he had ever seen, and she was dreased with 
the magnilficance of a queen. His keen 
eyes took in every detuil of her superb toil- 
et. The dress of royal purple velet, with 
ita diamond buttons, the ostrich plumes, 


Rest and Oomfort to the Suffering 
‘Brown's Household Panacea” has no equal 
for relieving pain, both internal and external, 
It cures Pain in tho Sido, Back or Bowels, 
Sore Throat, Rhoumatism, Toothache, Lum- 
oand any kind ofa Painor Ache, ‘It 
will most surely quicken the Blood and Hoal, 
as its acting power is wondorful,” ‘* Brown’e 
Household Panacea,” being acknowledged’ as 
great Pain Reliover,and of double the strength 
of any other Elixir or Linimont in the world, 
‘*aa it really is tho bost remedy in the world 
for Cramps in the Stomach, and Pains and 
Aches of all kindo,” snd is for sale by all 
Druggists at 25 conts a bottle, 264ly 
HACKED BY INNUMERABLE PANGS, restlesa 
by day. sleepless at night, rising unrefreshed 
in the morning, without appetite and pester- 
od by varying and porploxing symptoms, the 
dyspeptic takes indeed a gloomy view of hu- 
man existence. For him the zest of life seems 
gone, Heartburn, oppression at the pit of 
the stomach, and tho attendent annoyances of 
of constipation and bilionsnoss, combine to 
render him utterly wretchod, But thero ir, 
if he will but take advantage of it, a reliablo 
source of ruliable relief from all misory. 
Nosrunorp & Lyman's Veceraste Discovery 
and DyssrerTic Cuns is, as its name imports, 
a botanic preparation, free from minoral i 
son, and an all-sufficiont remedy for indiges- 
tion in its most obstinate form, It not only 
onrichesthe blood by enabling the diges. 
tive organs to convert the food received into 
nusriment, bat dopurates it by increas- 
ing the action of the bowels and kid- 
neys,the natural outlets for its impuritios. 
But while it relaxes the bowols, 1t uever does 
so violontly and with pain, liko a drastic oa- 
thartio, It aids, bus never forces, Nature, 
invigorating as wellas purifyicg and regulatin;: 
tho system, It thoroughly removos thosu 
diseased humors which tend to vitiate tho 
blocd, purifies the urinary secretion,and pro- 
motes a flow of healthy bile into the natoral 
channel, besides expelling it from the circul- 
peer Experience Baa proved that this stan- 
. ard medicine is a thorough remedy for dys- 
the perfectly fitting gloves—it was the pops’s, biliousness, costivenoa, kidney fone 
dress of a woman well able to lavish mon- Isints, scrofula, erysipelas, salt rhoum, 1 
. '* ’ m, ut 
ey on her own tastes, When she drew off tage and all impurities uf the blood. Price 
her gloves, the better to examine the dress- | 3}. 00. Sample Bottle 10 cents, Ask for 
ing-cases, he saw the'white fingers shining | Nonrumor & Lymay’s Vogetable Discovery 
with costly gems, but he knew thom for} and Dyspeptio Cure, Tho wrappor bears & 
Diane’s hands. Then he had gone over to | /ac-simile of their signature. Sold by all 
speak to her, Sho was quick to recover | medicine dealers . 
from her panic of fear ; she had shown true 
courage, true nerve ; but in her face, dur- 
ing that first moment, he had read deadly 
fear. She might deceive others by her high- 
bred calm, her Iady-like suprise, but it did 
not deceive him. The whiteness of death 
had spread even toher lips. The first min- 
ute had betrayed her secret to him, if not 
to the reat of the world. 
So that was Diane, his ranaway wife ! 
This beautiful, magnificent woman, who 
drove in her carriage, who wore diamonds 
on her hands, before whom men bowed as 
before a queen—that was Diane ; and he 
might bave claimed her, had not the strong 
grip of a strong man withheld him. 
What was hor name? Was she really 
married again? * My lady.’ they called her; 
if she were my lady,she must have married, 
or pretended to marry, a lord, His Diane! 
—-his wife !—all the mighty love, the jeal- 
ousy, bitter and strong 4s death, rose in 
his heart at the thought—his Diane, his 
wife, the mother of his son, the girl he had 


Cholera Infantum. 

That terrible scourge among children may 
be speedily cured by Dr, eaelpe Extract of 
Wild Strawberry, All forms of bowel com- 
plaints, nausea and vomiting, from an or- 
dinary diarrhma to the most severe attack of 
Canadian cholera, can be subdued by its 
prompt use. It is the best remedy known for 
children or adults suffering from summer com- 
plaints. 


August Flower, 

The most miserable beings in the world are 
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver 
Complaint. More than seventy-five per cent 
of the people in the United States are afflicted 
wih thooe two disoases and their offoots; such 
as sovrstomach, Sick Headache, Habitual 
Coatiyenoss, Palpitation of tho Heart, Hoart- 
burn, Waterbrash, goawing and barning 
pains at tho pit ftho stomach, Yellow Skin, 
Coated Tongue and dis;greeable taste in the 
month, coming up of food aftor eating, low 
spirits, &e. Go to your druggist, Jas, Clarke 


A I & Co,, and get a 75 cont ttle of August 
married, the woman he had worshipped, | Flower or a Sample Bottle for 10 conte. Try 


another man’s wife! His faco grow burn- | it. ‘Two doses will relieve you. 
ing red as he thought of it, and he atag- 
gered in his walk like one who had taken 
too much wine. He swore to himself that 
he would hunt her down,that he would toar 
her from this man,even should he be a king 
—he would kill herrather than that she 
should belong to another. 
What was her name, and how should he 
find her? It was useless to ask at that 
store ; not only would they refuse him,but 
in all probability they would, under some 
rotex or other,shut him up in prison; then 
Re would have no furthor chance of finding 
hor. 


Mothers | Moth srs !! Mothers!!! 
Are you disturbed «4 night and broken o 
your reat by awiok child suffering and o 
with the oxoruoisting pain of cutting toath ? 
If uo, Pe once aaa pot a bottle of MRS, 
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It wis 
relisve the poor little auiferor immodiately— 
depend upon it; there is no mistake abont it, 
There {a not s mothor on carth who has ovor 
uxed it, who will not tell you at onoo that it 
will regulate tho bowels, and give rost to the 
mothor, and rolief and hoenlth to tho ohild, 
porating like magio, It is porfeotly safe to 
opt all soon a0 eee to the taste, and 
3 . sat . © prescription of one of the oldest and best 
He raised his face tothe smiling skies fomalo physicians and nurses in tho United 


—was it just, was it fair, that he should 
have suffered this torture of hor loss, have oa Bold\ everywhere at 25 cents ‘baly 


found her only to lose her again? Surely 
Heaven was hardor on him than on other 
men. Why should he have been so cruelly 
wronged—why should he have married a 
wife only to losoher? Would not Heaven 
help him on this his most just and right- 
ous errand! If not, then the teaching of 
Little Bethesda went for nothing—then 
the justice that his stern sister proached 
went for nothing—then washis hope and 
faith at ao ond, 

With white lips and clenched hands ho 
stood quite still in the crowded streets, and 
prayed Heaven that he might find her 
ain, Wassors-by locked at him, really 


Putner’s Hmulsion, 

Wo bog leave to call our readers’ attontion 
to the adyortisomont of Putnor’s Emulsion, 
which appears in our columns, and judging 
froin tho high medical roputation it beare, it 
will merit the confidonoe of the profession and 
public at large, Tho inventor olaimo it con- 
tains o larger porcontage of puro oil than any 
other Saralaioal and is made in a vory ploas- 
ant and palatable form, so that tho most deli. 
cate stomach oan rotain it, 


FOR SALE OR 10 LET. 


believed that ho wasmad ; quite mad; but {v= E proporty known as tho Dorland Block, 
he knew. ; two largo at ros and fino dwolliog above, 
Then he wont to the studio, It had | 1s to be thoronghly repaired. If not wold will 
boon a grim coincidence, & grim beckoning be lot to good tenants at low rentals, Dwoll- 
f fato, that had taken him to Falkiand | '°” either in connection with ono of tho stores 
0 ’ " or soparatoly. 
Brothors ; he had gone thore intending to Also soveral comfortable Houses for sale or 


purchase some trifle for his son—not that 


; : f to let in choioo localities —modorate rentals, 
presents were much in his line, but for 


Money to loan at 6 or 7 por cont, 


his trifle his son had exprossed # wish, Avely'& 
oad, in his awkward way, he intended to licit P. R. PALMER, 
He had gone to Now Bond | 100dood-wiim Ofioo Belleville, 


grant it. 


\CIT SSESSMENT 
CITY ASSESSMENT, 
FPTHE Court of Revision to hear and do- 

termine appeals oyainet the assessment 
for 1852, will moot at the Pol oo Court, City 
Hall, at 7:30 p, m. each evening as hereafter 
mentioned, and will take up the appeals of 
the assessmont for the sevoral wards in the 
following ordor: 

Fosten Warp—On Friday, 4th 
bor, A.D, 1881. 

Samson Wanp—On Saturday, Sth Novem- 
bor, A. D, 1881. 

Kronor WARD 
vember, A, D., 1881. 

BALDwin Wanp—On Tuesday, 8th Novem- 
bor, A.D, 1°81, 

Biercken Wanv— On Wednosday, 9th No- 
vomber, A, TD. 1881. 

Coteman Wanp—On Thursday, 10th No- 
vombor, A, D. 1851. 

Mourxey Wanp—On Friday, llth Novom- 
Wor, 4. D. 1881. 

Unfinished business in Foster, Samson, 
Ketcheson and Baldwin Wards, Saturday, 
12th Novomber, A. D 1881. 

Unfinished business in Bleocker, Coloman 


Novem- 


On Monday, 7th No- 


and Murney Weeds, Tucsday, 15th Noyom- 
bor, A. D, 1881, at which Court all unfinish- 
od business will bo heard and finally disposed 


of, 


Appeala only against tho assessment for 


1882 will be heard at this Court, 


Of whioh all p:raons are required to take 


notice. ” 
By order of the Court, 
’ R, NEWBERY, 
City Clerk. 


RULES 


Of the Court of Revision for the City of Belle- 
ville for the year 1882 will be the same as for 


the year 1551, 


Members of the Coort of Revision. 


Ald. St. Charles, Chairman; Me ara, Far- 
ley, Holden, Dismond, Lingham, Hendereon, 


Frost. 


Assessors for 1852 aro horeby notitied to be 


in attendance, 
By order of the Court, 
R. NEWBERY, 
JAMES Sr, CHARLES, City Clork, 
Chairman. 


CITY DRUG STORE. 


A SUPPLY OF 


ST. JACOB'S OL! 
JUST RECEIVED. 


R, TEMPLETON, 


=> ter Seas Drougatar. 
THE KEY TO 


Unlocks all ‘the clogged may etues of the 


Bowels, Kidneys and Liver. carrying 
off gradually without weakening the system, 
all the impurities and foul humors of the 
secretions ; at the same time Corre 
Acidity of the Stomach, curing 5 
ousness, Dyspepsia, Headaches, Dize 
ziness, eartburn, Constipation, 
Dryness of the Skin, Dropsy, Dim- 
ness of Vision, Jaundice, § he 
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Fluttering of 
the Heart, Nervousness and 
Debility ; all these and many other simie 
lar Complaints yield to the happy influence 
of BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS. 


Sample Bottles 10c; Regular size $L\ 


For sale by all dealers, 
T. MILBUEN & CO.. Proprictors, Toronto. 


DUFFY'S MUSTARD] =i 


DIPLOMA AWARDED 1881. 
Manufactured at the Canada 


tailed by all grocers, 152dly 


AGENTS WANTED, 


ko the best selling articles out. Agents 
makw from $2.50 to $5,00 per day at 
Samples by mail at 50 ots., or 4 new 


home. 
articles for $1.00, 


Dominion Gen. Agency Co., 
134dlmj 214 St. James St. Montreal, P. Q. 


TO THE FRONT AGAIN. 


THE OLD RELIABLE 
DIAMOND BRAND 


FRESH OYSTERS! 


—FOR SALE AT— 
JT. Ss. CROTHERS’. 


TENDERS WANTED. 


NDE for the following eupplios for 
th» Police Force: 


Irish Frieze Overcoats and Water- 
proof Capes, Boots, and 
Winter Pants, 


For furthor partioulars apply to tho Chiof 
of Po ice, 

Tondera received up to the 4th Novombor, 
A.D, 1881, and to be addressed to the under- 
signed, 

KR. NEWBERY, 
Clork to the Commissioners, 
Bolloville, Oot, 27, 1881. did 


To Let. 


PP MEAE store formorly occupied by MoRao 
Stookor, 25, 
Torms modorato, A 
~ We ke B, ROBLIN, 


Oct. 18th 1881, 


TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. \-*1 
| TEH 


SCALTH. 


Coffee and 
Spice Milla, 73 St. Jamea St, Montreal Re- 


| ro MERVOUS SUFFERERA—JWE CHEAT thkUPrs 
"Tb. SIMPSONS SPECIEG 
WiNEOY DR if pines 


Da. J. B. Sutrann's Srecieic Mrpiuunn 
mitive cure for Spermaturhes, Imp 
‘eakness, and all diseases resalting {rot 
Abuse, as Nervous Debility, Irritability, 
tal Anxiety, Languor, Lassitade, Depress'o 
Spirits and Functional Derangements of 
Nervous nystem goncrally, Pains in back or 
Lows of memory 
Premature Old 
Age and disease 
that lead to Con-| 4 


SUN 


LIFE INSURANCE CO'Y OF MONTREAL 


10% 


“TIBHRALITY AND SHOCURITY: 


—— 39; 


, ~ £4." sumption, Inaan- 
The only Company in America issuing Unconditional ity, and an oaely 
. . rave, & po 
Life Policies. 0 matter how 
shattered thesys 
10: tem may be from excesses of any kind, a abort 
course of this Medicine will r the lost func 
Tho Sun issuos aloo invompsrably the most liberal Accident policy in existence, No other | tions and procure Health and Happiness, where 


The Spe 
th wonderful suc- 
Write for 


company in Amorica givos days of grace on Accident policies. before was bay op wr me ees. 


y 
cific Medicine ing used 
cosas, Pamphlets sent free to all 
them and get full particulars. 

Price, Specific $):00 per package, or elx pack 
os for $5.00, (Will be seat by mall on recelp’ 
of money. Address all ocders, 
NORTHRUP & LYMAN, 
Toronto, Wholesale Agents, 
Sold In Belleville by Jas. Clarke & Co, daw 


ABe nrg is 6?! ore ei uhl reiee ie tS 


LIFE and ACCIDENT ASSURANCE. 


10: 


about $1,000,000. 


The Deseronto NavigationCo, 


notice, ran about asunder: . 
Napanee and Deseronto Line, 
By Steamer “ Pilgrim.” 
Leave Napanee at 6a.m., 9a.m., 1.15 p.m 


Tuomas Workman, Exq , M. H. Gaur, Esq, M.P., R. Macavtay, (LIMITED.) 
President. Vive-Prosident. Manage “rn 
Weds INTYRE, G 4 A E. ny (© >) 
T. McINTYRE, GEN RAL AGENT, BELLEVILL 1881 Al} 13 188 
—_ - a ae ar rene 
2/28 HE Steamers of this Company will, from” 
= Ry Ub dona H ‘ T opening until close of Season, or further 


BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


Mans, Clone, Delwered, | a0d4:15 p.m. Leave Deseronto at 7,30 am. 
East por G, T. R., including Lonsdale, Marysville, Shannonville, 2 a.m, 3,30 p.m, snl 5.45 p.m, 
Kingsford, and Maritimo Provinces.......+.++-«+++ cccecseee 11:00am, 6:05 p.m. | Picton, Weseronto, Belleville & 
Snes maar eRe: Bloomfield, Consecon, Hillier & Murray ae p.m, a a.m. senten Line, - 
a via Oape Vinsenliias sccsurs\ tue sseseeenne sees 9700 ppm, :05 p.m. + 
Wear pe Ee including Western States and West'n prornoes } ex p.m. ple a.m, - By ae ig alee 6.30 
ang Picton...» suisish neue vale ta Welsloa dvb ciclsnn et pane (ade ois'a s 700 p.m. 330 a.m, eave Picton at 6 4. m., ompson s 6, 
pect leh aes Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- 700 5:00 nouee eae ies op Pera kor! 
Ee VOULY BG ces muses sspeecadulcvicc sc scle AOOOUL ETI 700 a.m. 200 p.m. Yo rt 8.15, Big nd 8: a 
Si Burnbrae ~ eT ice ‘Lop sf Walseetey & Friday ria a.m. sn p.m. Redaeryille 10:30, Arnye at Trenton Ii 
ALLBRIDGE on Tue Ss ey : :00 p.m. 
Me eae far i Pulaeriotal Vienne y 1:00 <i 10:00 oe - Leave Trenton Ae Re a 1:30, 
ary and Coofton, , Thursday, and Saturday....... . 1:06pm, 10:00am. | Belleyil!o3, Big Is 3:45, No’ rt 4:30 
Melville and Allisonvillo, repairer Wednesday, & Friday, Otecate 1:00 aia 10:00 am. | Deseronwo 5:30, Hough's 6, “Roblin's 6:15, 
Iyanhoe, Halloway, West Huntingdon, Foxboro, daily .... .... 100 p.m. ae noon, | Thompeon’s 6:20. Arrive at Picton 7:30jp. m, 
£10:10 a.m, 715 p.m. e - 
Mapoo, per B, & N, H.R........-- votes nad oe treeeeseeres 1:00 p.m, 3:50 am, Thonsaat ettan Linge viet Bene 
neers re Plainfield, Thomasburg, Tweed, Chapman, ae Py BY STE AMER “ARMENIA.” 
’ epasevvelwsep ce spenene Oednepepviedveses andy b, le noon, . 
Moira and Phillipston on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday .. 1.00 : = 12:00 noon. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays will 
Stoco, Bogart, and Fuller, on Tacsday and Friday / eee? . 1:00pm. 12:00 noon. | leaye Deseronto at 5 am., calling st Picton at 
Sidney Crossing, W. yand Satarday.....0cssss.cee000.. 1:00pm 10:00am. | 6:45 a.m, Bath 10,Amherst Island 11, Kings 
Brirish pana cles as follows :—per Canadian line (via Quebec) ype oe ooo Beuerilies arene 
overy Friday at.....ccssss000 sees mph cals eg aavsiwaitsiis se boy a S00 Dun exa s pened) , 
Via New York, Saturday and Monday........ TAREE? 9200 aie pairs at Ogdensburg the same evening at LO. 
Postage, 50. per 4 oz. by oach route, Registration fee, Bo. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will 


leaye Ogdensbu 


Monxy Orpxrs granted on all M Order offi anda, ted States, t Britain, 
gr on oney or offices in Os Uni States, Great Bri at £15 Brockvi 


Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and India. 
Deprostts reocived, undor the rogulations of the Post Office Savings’ Bank, between tha hours 
of 9am. and 5 p.m, : 
Roglaterod 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 10. 
; FORBIGN POSTAGH. 

Canada having beon admitted into the Postal Union, there is a re-arrangementof Postal 

rates, as follows : — 

For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, t, Franoe, Alveria, Germany, Gibraltar, 
Great Britain and Ireland, Greece, Italy, Luxem arg. Malta, Montencyro Netherlands, 
Norway, Persia, Portugal, Azores, Rou in, Russias, St, Pierre, Servis, Spain, the Canary 
Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey. And via United States :—Bermuda, 

Oubs, Danish Colonies of St, Thomas, St, John, St. Croix, Jamaioa, Japan, and Forto Rico. 
(Newfoundland is now in the Postal Union, but rates remain as before.) Letters, 5 cents per 
4 oz, Postal cards, 2 conta each. ay ee, 2 cote for4oz, Registration fee, 6 cents, 

Fer Aden, Argentino Confederation, Brazil, British Guinea, Ceylon, Greenland, Frenon 
Colonies in Asia, Afrioa, Oooanica and America, ey St. Pierre and Miquelon, Persia, via 
Persian Gulf, Portuguose Colonies in Asia, Africa Oceanica, Trinidad, Spanish Colonics 


7, Alexandria 


CONNECTIONS, 
Grand Trank Railway. 


Railway. Na 


Picton—With Prince Edward Ry, 


ada Central Ry, Presoott—With 


way. Ogdensburg—With ensburg 


F ) i Black River, and 
in Africa, Oooanioa and Amorioa, except Cuba and Porto Rico, Straits settlements in Sin @ Champlain, ‘Utica & Mr 
ro, Penang and Malacca :—Letters, 10 ota. per } oz. Post oards, 4 ots. each. Mancini! Rome, bah ETE Railways, 
contsfor 4 oz. Books &o,, 4 cents for 4 oz, Other Registration fees, 10 cents. G al Off Dae Manager, 
West India Islands, via Halifax, same rate as formerly, Prepsyment by stamp in all casos De ber} 9th May, 1881 } 
seron , ’ 


J. H. MEACHAM, 
Postmaster. 


HASTINGS 
LOAN AND INVESTMENT < OCIETY 


BELLEVILLE, ONT. 


WNWOTICH 


Is heroby given that the line of the Toronto 
and Ottawa Railway rans through the 
countios of Peterborough, Hastings and Ad- 


verecri Free. For the 
wey Wee Retest tee of Menke 


and all 


has the inersiients. Ai 


dington, plans of which and books of reference ase 

zelarind jpuxvto bays Lemay ialisocordiag. bo APITAL. $250,000. Ded 

—_ . La 
ids  diideaing Aree Vf ONEY.TO LOAN on Farm or City prope pag 
Chief sneer T. & O. Ry. iA orty, at lowest current rates. cz be 
JOSEPH GRAY « ee Payments can be made to fall due ot any hea 
Soo’y T. & 0. K'y. 58d1m | Seon of the year tosuit borrowers. No de S55 
+ — ———_| lay in obtaining the ey beyoni the time sey ARE E EE 
Owners of Steam Boilers, ere oe employed in the investigation of MADE FROM THE 2B 
NSURANCE sgainst explosion granted on Mortgages Purchasod. BEST SELECTIONS | BE ies 
Tr Boilers, Buildings sid! inscbinirt and hasod OF BRIGHT = 33 
Boilors poriodically inspeotei, by the Savings Bank Department. " Poy 
CANADIAN STEAM USERS’ INSURANCE ASSOCIATION | Foun vex cenr interest allowed on Depos- e553 
Sir ALEx. Camppxct, President. its. No notice required of withdrawal. ae 
Hon. Joux MoMurrion, Vice-President. Orrice—Front Street, between City Hal 33 . 
Head office, 9 Victoria St, Toronto, and Bridge Street. - sae 
A. F. JONES, Straight loans at 7 per cent, No fines 2 5 5 

GEO. 0. ROBB, Seo.-Treas’r. | No commissions. Ez 
J, P. 0, PHILLIPS, B25 
224d&wlyr Manager = g 

fen 

SPECIAL NOTICE GLOBE TOBACCO CO,, 

DETROIT, Micu., and WINDSOR, Onr 


TO THE AFFLICTED. 


: ae 
Wrapping Paper, 
at Twines, 
Drs; Williams and Nash Inks, ~ 
May be consulted at the Ife 
Branch Office of the Detroit Throat Has been in constant \jm Envelopes, 


and Lung Institute, 


Weat Front St., over Ovecell’s store, opposite 
Glasgow Warehouse, 


B BLOB VILLE 


on all the various diseases of the 


use by the public 


for over twenty years, 


—AT— 


Lazier’s Paper Store 


and Is the best preparation | Ss 
ever Invented for RESTOR- The 


HEAD, THROAT & CHEST, ING GRAY HAIR TO ITS State 
including the EYE, EAR and HEART, YOUTHFUL COLOR AND Spe ROBERTSON BLOCK 
an 
LIFE. : homo. . 
The doctor will also attend to all a Tee — Shavit $5 T0 $2 Maes $5 ee 
: 7 supplies the natura : y 
Chronic, Blood & Nervons Diseases | { tooa ana cotor to tho hate{}” aq’ || | ete Semon ® Co. Portland) Maine 
; by glands without staining the : 
All diseases of the rae ited skin, It wail increaso and ee David B. Robertson, 
r e thicken the growth of the ail xy realign Seoretarysh! 
Medicated Inhalation, hair, prevent its blanching clans Aas Wada Biter rie = ny 
combined with propor canstitutional reme- and falling off, and thus || 6ndorse will devote his whole attention to the practice 


dies. —Over 20,000 successfully treated at our 
head office in Dotroit since 1870. 
The very best of references given from all 


AVERT BALDNESS, f hia ession in all its branches. 
of bls profere 4 Post Office Block, B.ldge 


Street, Belleville, Ont. 


taof Canada from those already cured, It cures Itching, Erup- root) BOLE. baal beens appointed 4 
emodies sent to all parts of Ontario, Pe ond meas here of the Landed Banking Vaan oom 
ConsuLTATION FREE. dvsirabic, giving the halr a pany—a company 0 special low yearly 

If possible call silken softness which all rates of ‘in to farmers, Mortgages 


rsonally for anexamipation, 
otherwise writefor a List of Questions, Ad 
dross 


bought and sold 
A. G. NORTITRUP. 
Issuer of Marriage Licences, 


Orrion, Sims Harr, Bauusyruis. 
Ootohar A. 


admire. It keeps the head 
cloan, aweet and healthy, 
Dns, WILLIAMS & NASH, 
Belloville Ont. 


18her 
BURTON’ 


ALL HEALING TAR 
GLYCERINE SOAP 


1 P\ 
at Cures all Disonses of tho 
ma) (no MAN or Baraat, NY 
—” the hands soft ann smooth. 
®® Ask for BURTON'S’ 
Wholosale by A, SAVAGE & SONS, 17 St, 
John Street, Montreal 


GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. 


FTHE most comfortable and popular route 
ast and West (via Hamilton), to 

Panis, London, Kincardine, Sarnia, and pointe 
in Western Canada, 

Dernort, Saginaw, and Michigan pointa. 

Oureaao, St. Louis, Omaba, San Francisco, 
and the West. 

Mantrona, Dakota, and tho groat North-west 


will change the beard to a BROWN or 
BLACK at discretion. Being in one 
preparation it is easily applied, and 
produces @ permanvnt color that will 
not wash off, 
PREPARED BY 


Torritorios, STs ae AER aE 
Bown) Rooheater, Boaton, Now York, and R. P, HALL & 0,, NASHUA, N, H, Intelligencer Printing and Pab- 
tho East, Sold by all Dealors In Medicine: 


Elogant drawing-room and palaco Sloo ae 
oars through (from Hamilton) to Dotroit, bh . 
cago, Boston and Now York, without change, 

Dining oaré run! rom Suspension Bridgo to 
Ohicago, Grand Trunk and othor linos make 
close connections at Toronto, 

For Tickets and nocessary information via 
this most desirable route, a ply to 


J, O, Tamimeow, Guo, EK Rar 
Preatdont, | tTresnares 


TP\HOS. FULLER & Co, have removed their 
office from G, T, R, Depot to the Masonio 

Blook, opposite the Upper Rridgo, Bolloville, T 

70 T, FULLER & Co, 


HE Treasurer ls the person 
Sond bs ronsité taceaye ee Gresaad 


and it rooalpts for tho same, 
wR Note, | booed pple ae 


T, DONNELLY, week, $12 aday at home sanly the 
Ticket and Ins, Agent $7. ade, Costly Address Presa et fa reaulre 
ia aan Spee Balleetié, "| oun & Con heseaatiaae ete. pray bet ¥ fa an An 


at 5 a.m., calling at Prescott 


orp 
Clayton 11:15, uelp.m., Ki 

3:30, Amberst'Ialand 4:45, Bath $:30 Ploton 
8 arriving at Deseronto the same evening at 


Trenton—With Prince Eiward Railway and 
Belleville—With 
Grand Trank Railway and Grand Junction © 
—With Grand Truok Ry, -., 
—With Grand Truok Ry., Kingston apd 
Pembroke Ry. and Cape Vincent Stesmers, 
Clayton—With Utica and Black River Ry. 
Brockville—With Grand Traonk Ry. mae 
Trunk Ry. and St. Lawrence & Ottawa Rail- — 


dd 
DP. VIDSON & CO., 78 Nassau St. N. ¥ 


PAPER BAGS 


& 


of Sem- 
lironzhton by indiscretion orexcess. Any Druggiat a 1, 


Stationery, Sc. 


Vo 


ISSI, 


L. 


~ 
3) 
vv. 


Campbell Street, Money to loan at lowoat FIRE AND LIFE. 


, =@- o a vy == ; OF Liverpool! and London. 
A LI d AN LINE ies ay saqteliee eee Office, | 


A. R. Doveart, Q 0, N. B. Facxrven, | pany, 
on FORRES & MUDGE, 


STEAMSHIPS, 


Liverpool, Londonderry, and 
Glasgow. ae 


first-class Olyde-bailt iron steamshi 

I of the Allan line, (carryi the Canadian 
and United States Mails,) will despatched 
as follows:— 
SAILINGS FROM QUEBEC: 
POLYNESIAN, .- . - 29th Oct, 
MEMOINIRWitS loess. || ix Bin oie 
PARISIAN, Sb Se ols 2th) A 
PERUVIAN, -  , - -19h “ 
SARMATIAN, . = 26h * 
RATES OF PASSAGE: 
From Belleville via Quebeo:—Cabin eccord? 
a fie position of state-room, $79.80, $89.80, 
sit termediate, with first-class Railway Faro, 


Stoorage with first-class Rail F 2. 
Vase ta Tickets at claveet rae Roe 

tee passengers are ked to London, 
Bristol, Cardiff Queens®, and Glas- 


ARRISTER, Attornoy, Solicitor in Chan- | R. NEWBERY, 
cery, Oonveyanoer, &o, Office, No, 3, Post Agont for Bolloville 
Office Block, Belleville, Loans negotiated, 


BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. 


Money to loan at lowout rates. 
sum of private funds on hand at six per cent., 


will open a Retail Store in tho 


lush House Surgeon of Kingston General 


Hospital. Graduate of Queen's Univer- opposite the Upper Bridge. 


J, E. Eakins, M.D.’ 


ians, Edinburgh, Office and residence corner | x00 what good flour iu, 
Hotel and Chureb Streets, Belleville. d_——| 5w3t = THOS. FULLER & CO 


at samo rates ve A. W PONTON, = -— a8 
nan © n accompanies each PBOPNCIAL LAND SURVEYOR, Belle. ANRY'S TRADE MANUAL—Prao- 
veszol, " ville, Office in the Gordon Block, near- tical books for practical meon—fresh, 
Porsons send for their friends can | Jy over Overell’s Book Store, full, reliable and cheap.—Painter, 50cts, Car- 


obtain ertificates at lowest rates from 
Engla ad or Sootland, to aay place in 


The last train connec at Quobeo with 
tho ann ern Steamer will leave Belloville 
every © at noon. Joun Butt, Q. ©, W. H. Bieoar. 

P ra oan also leave by the midnight | ————_—_———_____-_ 
train on Fridays, and connect with ee BLAIR & HOUGH, 


er at Rimouski (paying the extra fare, $45, | [RARRISTERS, de, offoes No, 4 Ashley A. 
Quobeo to Rimouski.) Block,over Canadian Bank of Commerce* VI N E G A R 
we tickets and every information, apply | Front St, Belleville. 5 


HUGH BLAIR, J. STANLEY HOUGH. 
U. KE. THOMPSON, N. B.—Private money to a at 7 per cent. 
Sa a VINEGAR 
’ 
FoR 


eS eas ee Ropertson & Thomas, 
FOR MONTREAL ANO INTERMEDIATE PORTS. Blook, east side of Front Street, Bollo- 
TABLE, and 


BELL & BIGGAu, 
Corner of Bridge’ and Front Streets, 


Belleville, Ontario. yor, 250, Of booksellers, or by mail, 


ARRISTERS, &o. Office—Robertson 
Oowropious AND Favonrrz Passenoz | yille, Ont. 
Avex. Rosurtson, J, Parker THOMAS. 


Deoianey & Ostrom, 
Bape? Attorneys, oto., Sn tory 


Peterson & Peterson, 


chanios’ lien oases, Convoyancors, &o,, &o. 
Head Office corner Bridge and Front Stw., 


Branch office O’Flynn’s Black, Madoo, 


Bnglish Malt Vinegar. 


4 ea A. M. Pararsoy, B.A. 0,W. Purersow.B.A. French Wine Vinegar, 
; Returning, leaves Kingston at six o'clock | ~~“) Dickson @.0, 
Saturday morning for Bay Ports. ! o. D. Dickson, Q. ©., . <r 
ARRISTER, &o., Post Office Blook, Charlton's Vinegar, 
Excursion tickots at lowest Sa Tb B Bene Bes res tear 06 Far, 


‘Beach, White 5 
ts on the lower St. Lawrence, Intercolonial 
, and seaside resorts. For farther in- 


was Sam’l, 8, Wallbridgo, Jr. LL. B., 
forma’ apply tothe Captain on Board or 
to 


TIORNEY-AT-LAW, Solioltor in Oha1 
, Oonveyanoor, &0, Orrica—No. 4 
Grabam’s Blook, entranoe from Campbeli 


PURE CLDER VINEGAR. 


r t. | Street, Bolloville, Ont. d&w tf 
Belleville, May 8rd, 1881, dw | (send 3: Rarities WALLBRIDCE & CLARKE, 
sFFICE and Resid —Front 8 
( over Caraiichaal's ae Store. ‘ oe ar a Bed stones 


July 27th, 1881. 


JOHN J. SHEA, 


Dr. H. James 
AS removed his office to his residence, 


Ohurch Strect, noar the Kingston 
Road. 


geese Remenm. -OITY BILL POSTER 


( en of Quoen’s University, and 
Rednervile and all ports between the of 

the and Picton, leaving ‘Belleville at 8 a. 
nm. leave Picton at 1 p.m. on return for 
the head of the Bay; leaving Belleville at 4:30 


Pp. m 
ot aD th Picton and Belle- 


; 


member of the College of Phyalolans and 
Surgeons of Ontario, Ovrica—In Robortaon’s 
New Blook, West Front * Street, next to 
Mechanios Institute, Belleville, 4158 


Evans & Bolger, 
ROVINOIAL LAND SURVEYORS 


AND DISTRIBUTOR. 


‘W. H. CAMPBELL, Architects, Engineers and Land|  ga-Ordors by Post Office or Printing Offices 
t, Belleville. tu, Office—Dominion Buildings, Bridgo | will be rmmanily attardd te ee 
P Me MaTAM, Agent, Picton, ce Strest, Belleville, Snrveying in ‘all Pp . _eer 


branohes in any part of Ontario Roly 
attended to, Drawings, Speolfications, E 
ofinventions propared, and Patents appliod for, 

Joux D, Evaxs, | Tos, O. Bercss, 
PL L.3,, 0, B. & A, PL, 8. 


BANKING * OFFICE 
U. E THOWMPSON, 


Burdon Srauat, BuLLevicie, Or. 


YOUNG & BROTHER 
Kerenens isturce, 


AND 
BRONZE STAND LAMPS, 


And wholesale dealers in Coal Oil Lamps, 
Globes, Shades, Chimneys, Wicks and Burnors 
17 John Street North, Hamilton. 
#@ Sond for Illustrated Catalogue and price 
st. All orders by mail will recelye prompt 
attentlon. 130d] yr 


HAVE YOU TRIED 
THE LI-QUOR TEA YET 2 


The Li-Quor Tea Co., 


OF LONDON, ENGLAND,* 


The largest and best Packet Tea Co, in the 
world, The buyer of 


Every Three Pounds of Tea 


Will be presented with 


A HANDSOME VOLUME | 


Ohosen from our catalogue, which includes 
upwards of 800 distinct volumes. Stand- 


G. CRAWEORD, MASTER, 
ILL leave Belleville eyery morning 
(Saturdays and Sundays ox: ) at 
6 o’clook, calling at intermediate ports 


ota = = 
will leave Kin, for Belleville 
and taboemintishe ports at 4:30 p.m, 

The “Horo” connects at Kingston with the 
G. T. R. going East and Wost; the Royal 
Mail line of steamers for Montreal, Toronto 
and Hamilton ; the forry steamers for Cape 
Vinoont, and steamers for Ridoan Canal and 


wa. 
For further information a to 

w. PUA MPBELL 
Belleville, May 6, 1881. d&kw 


WW Rekekele, 


HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold, 


Doposits received, subject to withdrawal 
without notice and interest allowed. 


RUPTURE 
Chas. Cluthe’s 
Pat SpiialT.u-- 


ron ours or Rurrouns. 


Inoapacity, ENTIRELY NEW PRINCIPLE 
Impediments to Marriago, oto,, resulting from | Nothing bottor and more substantial undor the 


ard Authors, 
oxoomes, sun! If you are ruptured or deformed send A 
#F Price, in sealed envelope, only 6 conta, | for book on Rerroke AND Human Faame, by Price of Tea 60, 70 & 80 cts. 
or two postage stamps. Chas. Clothe. Best information of a life-long P Po d 
The oolebrated aathor, {n this sdmirablo study. Natural mechanical advantage 5; 18 er und, 


Essay, olearly domonstrates,from thirty years’ years’ material oxperience and best tools mon 
» that alarmi conse '| ey can buy, madehim perfect master of his 


= Itis not necessary to purchase tho threo 
a may be radically oured without the | profession. Will visit as follows. Come early 
a 


pounds at onco, as a Voucher is printed on 


Each Half Pound Packet. 


Call and sec our splondid assortment of 
books, and procure a catalogue, 


J. G. REYNOLDS, 


Bookseller & Statlonor, Brit ge St., 
135d6m Agent for Belloviflo, 


OYSTERS. 
OYSTERS, 


AT 


THE CITY BAKERY, 


rous use of Interns medicine or the | Don’s wait for tho last hour. 
of the knife ; pointing ont amode| Late of Hamilten. CHAS OLUTHE, 
cure at once almple, certain and offectual, 1184 King St. West, Toronto; Ont, 
means of whioh ovory sufforer, no mattor WILL VISIT 


what bis condition my dice, | | pEerERBOROUGH, Choat Houso, Oct. 6th, 


obeaply, privately ically, : , Flotel 
the hands of BFLLEVILEE, Anglo-American Hotel, 
ea This Leotare should be in the hands o Oe EEE 


every youth and every man in the land. 
eae MEDICAL CO. 
LVER WELL Ne 
pi fly 41 Ann St., Now York 
Post Office box 4536. Sly 


PRIVATE WONVY TO LOAN. 


of Prlvato Monsey st 8 pe 
$8000 cent, Ohargoslow. No Com. 
F BAL mission. 
° PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barristers, Ko., 
Ralleville and Madoc 
heet 12, RO! . saw 


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yer sides oat do well to call at the 

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The Ghosts of To-Day, 
AULLIE'S FAMILY. 


From the London Telegraph. 


ofadrum, Sho says: 


and dined in solitude, 


drive up and stop dead, directly under my 
foot. Immediately there followed the 


tramp, tramp, tramp of marching soldiers. 


8o distinctly that I looked round instinct- 
ively, expecting to see a pipor in the room, 
In another moment I was still more start- 


there was something indescribably dis- 


were making his way through the floor. 
Being a perfect stranger to the place, I 
thought thore might be a coach road and 
an entrance door to the castle, near the 
foom in which I stood, and that some dis- 
tinguished guests were arriving or depart- 
ing. On looking out of the window, how- 
ever, [found there wasno door or coach 
road near, and not a human being was tu 
be seen. I concluded, therefore that the 
sounds must have been echoed from » dis- 
tance. 

The next morning before our departure, 
Lady Airlio came to the door of Miss Dal- 
rymnple’s room to give her a £5 note for an 
orphan school in which she was interested. 
Neither of us ever saw the Countess again. 
She was confined of twins at Brighton some 
months afterward, and died. It was not 
until Miss Dalrymple, a few days after we 
left the castle, asked me if I had heard 


(Ubhn abe-mo- ——-t¢ there,” that TAiaal t 
my experience, and chen for the first time 


I learned from her the tradition about the 
Airlie drummer boy. She told me that she 
herself had been totally in ignorance of it 
until her allusion at the dinner table to the 
muaio she had heard elicited from another 
guest an explanation. 


Improving the Cereals. - 


BY W J, REAL, PROFESSOR OF BOTANY, MICHI- 
G4N AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 


In regard to raising and using the beat 
seeds, [think the farmers, as a class, are 
quite deficient. Especially is it true in 
regard to the cereals, Heavy or light, of 
good quality or poor, the result of the 
harvest is generally attributed to the rich- 
ness of the soil or the nature of the sea- 
50D. 

A few careful observers and experiment- 
ers have shown that with the same care in 
all other respects, a crop may be increased 
from one-tenth to one-half, by using the 
best seed adapted to the soil and climate, 
Such seeds are worth much more than the 
average farmer is likely to be toe he) psy 
forthem. Eyery one claims to believe in 
the use ef good seed, and generally thinks 
he uses no other. Very few persons appre- 


ciate the great amount of study, and care 


and money, which have been employed 
in improving the various breeds of our do- 
meatic animals. The process is a slow one, 
and may meet with moderate success. 
Those men study the qualities of both pa- 
rents and their ancestors, and always have 
what seems to them good reasons for every 
stop they take in breeding. 

In the same manner wo need large num- 
bers of skilled experimenters to improve 
our cereals. Principles underlie the breed- 
ing of plants as well as the breeding of ani- 
mals, The results are much more rapidly 
obtained ; the larger increase gives usa 
much greater change for selecting the best. 
How shall the cereal be improyed } Many 
of the processes have been again and again 
stated. Study tho writing of a Sturde- 
vant, ora Blount, or a Hallett. Repoat 
what they have done, and brought to the 
work, and make additional experiments, 
Lot an enthusiastic student with practical 
tact, plant a piece of corn, or wheat, or 
other crop, on good soil, near his house 
where hoe can casily watch it every day. 
Let him carefully observe the difference to 
be found in the same plot from the same. 
Select parents which suit, see that they aro 
crossed, and select the seed for further 
use. Do not neglect the soil and cultiva- 
tion, Here ia a grand field for experiment 
—one but little worked, and one ready to 
roward okill and pationce with a bosutiful 
harvest, 

At a recent muoting of professors of Agri- 
ture and Horticulture, hold at Michigan 
Agricultural Oollege, the subject of co-ope- 
ration in oxporiments was disoussod, They 
agreed to begin, among others, some ex- 
poriments looking tothe improvement of 
our coreala. 

ee 


Tho golden ago—tho prosont—whon Exstor- 
brook’s popular Stool Pens are within 
the reach of all. Tho stationors oan supply 
thom. Robort Millor, Son & Co,, Montreal, 
oyonta, 


Puttner’s Hmulsion, 

For all waatiog disonsos, Sorofuln, Norvous 
Kixhaustion, Montal Anxioty, Ovorworked 
Brain, Bronohial and Throat Affections, Con. 
why Mot Asthma, Whooping-Cough, 
eates of women and ohildron 
others in whioh Cod Livor Oil and pees 
phitos aro so highly and justly valued not 
only tf the Modioal profeasion but the public 
gonorally, Sold everyrohere, Price 50 conte, 


Dia. 


THK MYSTERIOUS WARNING TO THE kant or | 80d it was found that alt 


Mrs, Ann Day (formorly Gladden) of 81 
Burgoyne road, 8. W,, writes questioning 
tho statemont of Mr Macleod that the tra- 
ditional warning of impending disaster in 
the Airlio family consists only of the sound 


Early in tho year 1845 I went to Gorta- 
chy Castle in attendapce upon Miss Mar- 
g4rot Dalrymplo, who was paying o two 
daya’ visit to the Earl and Countess of Air- 
lio. Woe arrived late in tho evening, and 
Miss Dalrymple had only just time to dress 
for dinner, As she rested for a few min- 
utes on the sofa, however (this abo told me 
some time after we had left the castle) she 
heard distinctly, as if immediately beneath 
the floor, the sound of fifes and afterward 
the beating of w drum. eWhile at dinner 
sho remarked to Lord Airlie, who sat noar 
her, '* What is that strange music you have 
about the house? You assuredly have an 
excollont piper.” Lord Airlie, without 
replying, dropped his knife and fork, and 
retired fromthe dining room. Later in the 
evening the placo seemed to be all in con- 
fusion, and I learned that Lord Airlie, 
after leaving the table, wont to the library 


_ The next morning, while the family were 
at breakfast, I was quite alone in Miss 


Dalrymplo’s room, and as I stood before 
the firo [heard, as I thought, a carriage 


sound of another carriage driving up and 
stopping in exactly the same manner. And 
then, as if following the vehicles, came the 


Then | heard some shrill notes of the fife 


led by the beating ofa drum, About this 


agreeable ; it seemed as if the drummer 


thousand p 
mont i 


: tho ’ 
Bod aaphelt coat of Temple Bar, changes, rallway and telegraph 


| A Daring Voyage in an Iron Hulk. | 


On July 14th, 1880,tho Onilian transport 
Rimac.an iron scrow steamer of 1,227 tous, 
| Carryipy w rogiment of cavalry and a valu- 


able cit go, was captured by the Peruvian 
corvette Union and taken to Callao. Aftor 
the Peruvian defeat at Chorillos and Mira- 
foros the Rimac was burned and sunk. Re- 
| Contly the hulk was raised by the Chilians, 
hough severely 
damaged, it could be rendered serviceable, 
and that tho machinery was only slightly 
|4pjured, Every particle of woodwork was 
burned out of hor, and she presented more 
the appearance of an empty, tiro-worn stove 
then ot a vessel with which the sos conld 
bo navigated, The deck beams were crack- 
od and twisted as if they had boen thin iron 
Wires, some stanchions still stood upright, 
but more had assumed shapes which would 
havo astonished any ship builder, aud the 
bulwarks were bulged in and out, and 
shrivelled as if they had been run through 
s0me powerful crimping machine, Damagod 
a4 sho was, it was the desire of the Vhilian 
Government, whose prize she had become, 
and of the South American company, who 
had become her purchasers,that she should 
be taken back to Ohili, and Capt. James 
rt was called upon for an opinion 
ms to the possibility of taking her to 
Chili. He reported favorably, although 
declaring that there was much risk, 
and the voyage was agreed upon. Only 
the most absolute and trivial repairs were 
effected, and after tho sides had been board- 
ed up to prevent her filling, on August 4th 
this siosest iron tank—for it could scar- 
coly be called » veasel—took her departure 
from Callao The machinery worked well. 
But the engines wore intended to drive a 
heavy vessel, and they were now employed 
10 propelling a light unladen hall, they 
wore too powerful for their work. They 
drove it along at a good speed, it is true, 
but the vibration caused thereby was severe 
in the extreme. Very heayy weather was 
encountered, and as the yessel would atrike 
into the seas they weuld strike her abeam, 
the water would rush into the hold, threat- 
ening to swamp her at any moment and 
keeping the pumps constantly at work. 
All hands were wet though the entire trip, 
ne cabins having been put up. Several of 
the damaged deck beams broke, through 
the soyere straining of the sides, and one 
day the remains of the bridge tumbled into 
the hold, carrying with it the binnacle and 
the wheel, which had been temporarily fit- 
ted up. The compass was useless, it being 
impoasible to place any reliance in it; ow- 
ing to the vibration causing the needle to 
revolve the whole time. Steering was done 
by guesswork, the direction of the sea 
which runs from the southward, and the 
heavens serving as a substitute. The voy- 
age was fortunately performed in safety, 
and the wreck was finally moored in Val- 
paraiso, 


England. 


The English TDerd Ohancellor (Roundell 
Palmer) is suffering from nervous prostra- 
tion, and forbidden all work for weeks. 


Warwick Castle has been holding high 
festival on the occasion of the heir and his 
bride arriving there. Lady Warwick was 
‘at home” td 7,000 people. 

No day ie — = TOP Quen. 47° —vane 
departure from Balmoral, but she will not 
go soutn till the fourth week in November 
—probably about the 23d. 


The inscription on the stone placed over 
the late Prof, Clifford’s grave (his widow 
writes to a London paper) reads as follows : 
“Twas not and was conevived. I loved 
and did a little work. I am not and grieve 
not.”’ 


Mme, Louise, the celebrated milliner of 
Regent streot, London, had taken Hughen- 
den Manor from tho estate agent intrusted 
with its letting by Lord Beaconafield’s ox- 
ecutors, but they refused to confirm the 
letting to one who evidently would use it 
as an advertisement, and have leased it to 
Sir Samuel Wilson. . 


Presidents of the Royal Academy of 
England haye rarely died rich, Reynolds, 
the first, left a considerable fortune. Ben- 
jamin West, believed to have had more 
commissions from royalty than any other 
painter, left less than $1,500, Sir Thomas 
Lawrence $225,000, Sir M. A, Shee less 
than nothing,Sir Charles Eastlake $200,000 
and Sir F, Grant $100,000. 

Referring to the efforts of a Palace Sleep- 
ing Car Company in this country to intro- 
duce their sleepers upon the large English 
and European roads, Dr. Morris, of Ken- 
tucky, states that in 1878 he made two trips 
from Edinburgh to London, and was the 
only occupant of a Pullman sleeper. The 
trains were very long aud crowded, but he 
was the only passeuger willling to spend 
$2 extra for a comfortable ride of 400 
miles. 


A gentleman who was introduced to 
Henry Labouchere at the Boefsteak Club 
mistook him on the moment for the son of 
a well-know legislator in the upper House 
of Parliament. ‘‘I heard a most forcible 
speech trom your father a few nights ago 
in the Lords,” said the new acquaintance, 
“You don't say so,” replied Labouchere, 
‘* Poor father. He died many years ago, I 
often wondered where he had gone,” 


A man servantof Ool. Teosdale, the 


equerry tothe Prince of Wales,killed him- 
selfat Abergeldie, in Scotland the other 
day. to was sober and temporate in his 
habits, but had been in a melancholy mood 
for a couple of days, and cut his throat the 
day he was to have accompanied his mas- 
tor as equerry to the Prince on his visit to 
Lord Fife at Mar Lodge. The day was 
the anniversary of the suicide of Lord Fife’a 
own valet, who destroyed himself during 
the Prince and Princess of Walesa’ visit to 
Moar Lodge. 


Lord Lorne, says tho London Truth, 


comes home on “urgent private affairs.” 
Ho will return to Oanada early in January, 
but it is doubtful whether Princous Louise 
will accompany him for ao much of the re- 
mainder of his term as ho may serve. 
Since the Princess so suddenly returned 
from QOanada with Princo Leopold, about 
fourteen months ago, she has passed a vory 
pleasant timo, receiving hor friends at 
Konsington, staying with them in the coun- 


try, and diverting horsolf with occasional 
trips abroad, 


Aftor the oxporionce that many Amorican 


cities havo had with wooden pavements, it 
is curious to notice the adoption of tho ma- 
torial in tho atroots of London. Piooadilly 
has been pavod its ontire longth with or 
blocks of wood, ‘There is joy in V ie 
atroot,” whoro tho work is nearly eer ri 
and Bennott atroot rents bave or so: | and 
ninco traffic was opened 
ciety papor also Baye 


ria 
dd, 


on wood, 


rities 


ted the whole of the apartments 
hat ‘tit, soome admiral aa 
ities that, while the "rho Woat tah yey haart of tee city a actions 
» thus being adopted wusy extend. Pa Geveral Fost Office, " the 


NO, 156 


anjoy Lafe, 

What a truly beautifal world we live int 
Naturo gives us grandeur of mountains glens 
sad oooans, and thousands of means for en- 
joyment. Wo can desire no better when in 
perfect health ; but how often do the majority 
rr bene aa giving it up dis 

‘roouraged and worried out with deseass 
whon thore is no occasion for this feeling, as 
every sufferer can easy obtain satisfactory 
proof that Green’s Au Flower will make 
them as free from ates as when born, 
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint {s the direct 
cause of meventy five por cent of such mal- 
adios as Biliousnoss, ‘gestion, Sick Head. 
ache, Costivoness, Nervous Pros tration, 
Dizziness of the Hoad, Pal itstion of the 
Heart, and other 4 ng symptoms, 
Throe doses of August Flower will o its 
ro effoct. Sample bottles, 10 cents, 

ryi 


A Brush Well Applied 

and proviously moistened with SOZODONT 
removes the defacing evidences of neglect 
from the teeth and tightens them in their 
sockets, If the breath hasa repellant’ amell, 
the article substitutes for that, its own pleas. 
ant sroms. Shrunken and inflamed gums 
are rostored to health by its use, and canker 
ms ihe apie cured, Systemin the use of 

is fine antiseptio, ar of other promotera of 
health, is highly dosi-able, A: nothing 
but the pina poly 

As Aloohol, Tobacco, 0 iam, Indian Hem 
Chloroform. Hashish Absinthe &., marae 
the food effects of Fellows’ Hypophosphites, 
40 Fellows’ Hypophosphites is an antidote 
rgainst all thess narcotics and sedatives, and 
will restore to health such as have been in 
jared by them. 


‘‘Must aay it’s the nicest thing I ever nacd 
for tho teoth and breath,” says veryone hav. 
ing tried ‘‘Teanerny,” tho new toilet gem. 
Get a five cent sample, 


(FROM BRAZIL.) 


The New Componnd, its won- 
derful aftinity to the Dicostive 
Apparatus and the Liver, increa-- 
ing the dissolving juices, relie 
ing almost instantly the dreadf1 
results of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, 
and the TOHPID LIVER, male: 
Zopesa an overy day necessity in 
every house. 

it acts gently and speediiy in 
Biliousness, Costiveness,, Bent 
ache, Sick Heagashene Stomach, 
Lesubt0arn, Pains in the Side and 
Back, Want Of AEP BtIES, Want of 
Energy, Low Spirits, Foul Stom- 
ach, It invigoratest¢ e Liver, car 
ries offall surplus bile, ro tes 
the Bowels, and gives tone to thg 
whole system. 

Cut this out and take it to your 
D. t and getai10centSample, . 
ora large bottle for 76 cents, an 
tell your neighbor about it. 


OPENING DAY. 


Ww. sro pleased to intimate the arrival 
and arrangement of our 


Fall and Winter Mil- 
linery, 


direct from the Lonpox, Paris, and New 
York Emporiums of Fashion. 4 


WE WILL OFFER ON 


Thursday, September 29th, 


a rich assortment of 


Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Man- 
tles and Millinery Trimmings, 


together with a general assortment of 
Fashionable Dress Goods, 


R. COSTELLO. 


Sains met gti 


“RADIANT HOME” 


CHOWN'’S, 


361 FRONT STREBT, 


BELLEVILLE. 
Oct 11 ’81, dim 


HOTEL FOR SALE. 


_— 


Roalin Hotel, 
R Hotel known as the Rit.” There 


nituated in the village of ttiniray tral? 


for'n hotel in the CoB inry apply to the 
For terms 
rom! TKSTADE 
ownor on the Pros. @, por Prob I : 
Reali, Mav 17. 151: satel 


gx. LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL 


re Hotel has been reoently retaken by Mr, 


rianay Hooan, the former ietor, 


p| bas handsomely and 


seperated ths atria comely ret 


principal Banks, 
offlern. “Ledains 


law courts 


| 
{ 


=——ys 


» and that ‘‘no scholar! 


We have Received To-day by 
Express, 


ANOTHER LOT OF 


NOBBY TWEEDS, 


PURCHASED DRLOW REOULAR PRICES, 


H.L. BOTTOMS & CO. 


Daily Autelligencer. 


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2 


BELLEVILLE, 
The Burns “Heresy Case,” 


Aa wo anticipated, the oxpression by the 
Rey. Dr, Burns, Principal of the Wesleyan 
Female College at Hamilton, of viowa which 
are regarded as unorthodox by the donom- 
ination to which he belongs, has created 
something nearly akin to a sensation, The 
Rey. gentleman’s brothron in many places 
alluded to the subject in their sermons on 
Sunday last, and took occasion to declare 
that they did not sympathize with Dr, 
Burns in the position which he had assum- 
ed. Forthermore, the Methodist Ministers 
of Montreal met on Saturday Jast and 
passed the following series of resvlutions, 
embodying their disavowal of Dr. Burns’ 
views, and in correction of the opinions by 
him attributed to the Methodist Ministry 


of this country : 
Whereas, the Rey. A. Burns, D.D., Lhe Dis af 
is 


wi ublished statement of his views on the 
theological topics of inspiration, atonement and 
retribution : 


m :— 

1. That the idea of plenary inspiration of hol 
scripture is “the quintessence of absurdity” 
man among us holds it,” 
and that “it is ourown absolute stupidity that 
has saddled us with sucha notion,” and he 
does not know “‘aman oxcept a tenth or twen- 
tieth rate man who holds it.” ? 

2. That he knows of *‘no scholarly minister 
who holds to the old idea that the Father had to 
-cified, reconciled, or brought to a merciful 
attitude toward the sinner,” ‘Christ came to 
show hamanity the love of God.” ‘he substi- 
tution theory is d: almost 

3. That the doctrine of eternal 
ment is not an essential doctrine, and that he 


z 


does not know a thinking minister to-day who so 
regards it, : 
And whereas in seven different in the 
aforesaid document, Dr, Burns implies that he 
ts not only his own views, but those of 
Methodist ministers in gen » and 
states that he knows of ‘‘ no well: olarly 
minister on this side” who thinks erently 
Dee eeeie 
vi 
1. That as members of the Montreal Methodist 
Ministers’ " of the Pro- 


and 
the city churches, we do for our- 
against the state- 
ment of Dr, Burns ministers of the Metho- 
wit als elo sian ppaeioe nat skate 
with nb) an we here- 
by express our that this body of 1,100 men 
has, to the great injury of our Church, been thus 
incorrectly represented before the public, 

I. That we cannot but express our surprise 
that Dr. Barns should attempt to make his as- 
sertions stronger by the unwarranted assump- 
tion that those who differ from him are lacking 
in ministerial scholastic qualifications and are 
oon te positions in Neer 

, thus appearing ly to assert that 
the true standard by which all learning and’ 
Cae are to be measured is departure from es- 
tablished doctrinal standards. 


pAlL That we feel very t sorrow that Dr. 


sonal and privités Allowed a commendable, per- 
Thomas, of Chicago, to havil™ the Rev. Dn 
public attitude clear! antagonistic to a sister 

urch between which and ours the warmest 
fraternal feeling has ever existed, and ata time 
when that chi wesCalled to a duty which 
could only be reformed with great pain to it- 


tv. That we readily recognize the tuliar 

under which Dr. Burns bowie 

the aforesaid statements, Lag in pte sammy of 

correspondence, e r| i 

written, and not an explicit caren 

of his theological views, and probably not de- 

signed at the time for publication, although this, 

it appears, he subsequently s oned, and that 

,We, therefore, entertain the hope that such an 

expande | explanations of these statements may 

given as will sat’sfy the public that he does 

not hold the views which seem to be implied in 
his statements. 


That the above rebuke, though ” severe, 
is deserved, admits not ot a doubt, and 
doubtless similar deliverances will be made 
by many other Ministerial Associations 
throughout the conntry. Dr. Burns has 
sinned against his brethren by misrepre- 
senting them ; he has offended against his 
denomination by expressing viows which 
it regards as heretical, therefore his wisest 
and most proper course would be either to 
publicly recant the opinions expressed or 
to resign his position. Should he fail to do 
80, his expulsion by the Conference would 
seem to be a foregone conclusion. 

—-__-_e_eoeo 


The Murray Canal. 


The Mail, in its issue of the firat inst, 
has the following favorable reference to 
this work, in which the whole Bay district 
—in fact the carrying trade of the country 
—is lorgely interested :—*‘ Our despatches 
announce that Sir Charles Tupper has in- 
timated to a delegation that the Murray 
canal would be placed under contract as 
soon as plans and specifications could be 
Rotready. Thesum of $25,000 (aubse- 
‘ently increased to $50,000—Ep. Inr.) 

was placed in the estimates for 1881-82 for 

purposes of construction; and no doubt 

work will procoed with due vigor of 
construction according as Parliament pro- 
vides the money, The project will connect 
the extensive region of the Bay of Quinte 
with Lake Ontario by ieans of a short 
canal of no great cont jp money and not 
difficult of construction. 1, th, eacrilane 
in Supply last session, Hon. yy, Pope thus 
summarized tho position : 


“Mr, Popo—Tho estimated com o the 
work is $700,000, Thiscanal has tbo, 4.) 
subject of discussion at differont time, ‘"? 
1833, 1840, 1846, 1867, and during tho pas 
ear, There is no doubt itisa very ee 
t work,and it {s more important now than 
eyor before, It has been reprosonted by gon- 
tlemen of undoubted integrity that it this 
canal were built, iron smelting works would 
bo started at that point.and » largo sumber 
of men employed, Uner this pressure, and 
after the »opresontation that was made by 
those gentlemen, the Government felt they 
oould not any longer refrain from trysng to 
opon ap this importsnt section of the evuntry, 
not only forthe iron but tho lambir trade as 
” 


m “Mr, Bowoll—The estimate given by my 
thon, #riend includes a cut that extends from 
the mals shore to Presqu’ Isle harbor, so that 
‘the amount will be Polbide like the sum os- 
timated. ‘Thet caloulation was based on tho 
report of Mr. Lighthall, mado some timo ago, 
‘in which he stated (here was a largo paioane 
of rock cutting to bo done, The a 
daring the last summer, of Mr, Anstin p 


i ed that fourteca fect below tho surface there 
waa no rook.” 
** it is to bo hoped that the oxpectations 
| of those who haye #0 long atrivon to ac- 
compliah this work will bo fulfilled, Tho 
lin it; but they must expoct to be told by 
| Sie Richard Cartwright and Mr. Blako 
| that thoy are boing bribed with a portion 
| of the surplus, and are moat 


Wrotchos for dosiring the oxponditure of 80 | 


much money.” 


1A Liberal-Canservative OUonven- 
tion. 

Tho Mail announces that it is the desire 
of Sir John A, Macdonald, in his capacity 
as loador of the Liboral-Consorvative party, 
thata Provincial Liberal-Conservative Con- 


vention should be held in Toronto at fon 
on Tuosday, tho 22nd inat, Our contem- 
porary adda :— ‘'The convention will consiat 
of not less than four and not moro than six 
dolegates from each constituency in Ontario, 
Wo trust that tho mombors supporting tho 
Government and tho Presidents of Liboral- 
Conservative Associations will at once pro- 


to the convention. Tho proceodings of the 
convention will be followed by a grand 
banquet to tho Premier, who will place 
bofore his hearers and the country such 
views of public affairs ashe may be ina 
position to communicate,” 

Wo trust that the friends of the Govern- 
mont in Hastings and adjoining Counties 


will at once take the necessary ateps to 


secure their proper representation at the 
Convention. 


Kiditorial Brevities, 


The Toronto Telegram warns tho Grits 
that, in order to have any hope of success 
in the general election of 1883, they must 


have something more in the nature of a 


policy to present to the people than the 
mere series of nogations which they now 


offer. Iteays; ‘Mr, Blake is quite hopeful 
of carrying the country in 1883, [tis doubt- 


ful that ho will do it cither by attacking the 
Railway Syndicate or exposing the N, P, 
People have come to look upon these two 
things with indifferonce. Thoy cortainly 
do not show any symptoms of being wildly 


concerned about them,,or at all likely to be. 


The chances are that if the Reform party 


relies on these two planks to float itself into 


power it will find itself swamped.” 


Mr. Blake has changed his ‘‘polioy” as to 


the Senate once more, Formorly he urged 
that the upper chamber be abolished. 
Now he says :—“I have told our friends 


by the sea, on one or two occasiona on 
which I discussed this topic, that I did not 
seo that their security required the exist- 
ence of a bddy in that shape, and I have 
asked them to coasider the question. | 
was not prepared as one coming froin a 
province possessing very nearly half tho 
representation of the House of Commons, 
to urge them to overthrow the Senate in 
its present shape if they thought its main- 
tenance necessary to their security. I have 
asked them if they would not come to my 
conclusion, supposing the Senate, as at pro- 
sent constituted, was not necessary to their 
If they want a second chambor 
and feel that it is pecessary,I have auggest- 


that the preesat Spnate ought to be re- 
iene’ th a~eeslug fer humocis, “yz which 


& very considerable economy would be et- 
Under Mr, Blake, as under his 
predecessor, the Reform party out of oftice 
is ready to offer anything to catch the pub- 


security. 


fected.” 


lie favor and secure office, 


Le 
Resolution of Condolence, 


Ata mocting of Tweed Lodge No, 239, A.F. 
& A, M., tho following resolution was passed ; 


To Worsurrrut Bro, J. F, Burr: 


Deak Str and Brorier :—W hereas it hath 
please Almighty God in His Providenca to 
t eath your loving wife, and do- 
prived your children of a kind and affection- 


remove by 


ate mother, 


Be it resolved,—That we the membora of 
Tweed Lodge No, 239, A. F. & A. M,, hereby 
tender you and your family our warmest sym- 

thy and condoleace in this your severe trial, 

© truat that this sad boreavemoent will prove. 
a bleesing to yourself and orphan children, and 
that whon the Great Architect shall summon 
you to that “‘ bourne from whonce no traveller 
returns,” you and family may join her in sing: 
0 redeemed us 


ing the praises or the Lamb w 
throughout eternity, 


Gro, Way, Sec’y, 

L. Torre, W. M. AML OTY 
——_—=== 
Kind Words, 


Editors like other people are thankful to 
learn that their labors are appreciated. It 
is therefore with pleasure that wo publish 
the following kind and Sppreciative letter 
from anold and respected subscriber, whose 
pleasant relations with the INTELLIGENCER 


will, wo trust, long continue :— 
Honoxkyrorp, Oct, 3let, 1881, 


Dear Mr, Eprror,—As this is Hallowe'en, 
like to write you a few 
eo. I was thinking about the days of yore 
and how long it has been since I first began to 
read the InreLLIGENcER, It is in the ne'gh- 
borhood of forty years, and this last year I 
have hailed it with delight every Thursday 
Dr, Talmago’s sor- 
mons, and have read overy sermon that was 
They are 
sublime and worth all the money I pay for the 
life and 


I thought I would 


evening. I love to read 


in the Inretuicencen this year, 

Paper. Wishing it’ and you long 
prosperity, 

lam, yours respectfully, 

SAMvEL Fisnur. 

Those intolorably painful 

harassing things called piles, 


physical sufferings and 
pains. 
of the most gratifying kind, 


Butter, Milk and Hggs, 


tionare ao g 

quality, when 

“ro mixed with feed of the cows or 
* no dairy or 


FeMunorative without thom, 


Pains and Griping 1n Children. 


is not alono confined “¢, children, 


ing influences, 
and novor inconyonicned the 
aro sold every whore. 


The old Reliable. 


patient, 


morbus, 


summor complainta 


pooplo of a very large district aro interested | 


uppatriotic | 


coved to call the necessary meetings for tho 
purpose of selccting the delogates to be sont 


and constantly 
many peoplo, are soon h by D eee 
’ 4 +12 D Dea! ir, Th , 
Kelectric Oi!—tho gront external remedy for 
moans of rolioving 
A vory small quantity achieves results 


The threo indisponsablo artioles of consump- 
tly improved in quantity and 
ARVELL'S Conpirion Powprns 
oultr 
ultry yard oan posalbly 1g 
Ask for thom, 


rs ° 
HERRICK'S Buc 4;-coaTED V KORTADLS Pitts 
Aro & HOVOrOIZD remedy for this silmont whioh 


Nothi 
can withstand their sabtlo sction and parife 


Thay sre puroly yogotabio, 
Thoy 


‘Tho remedy that has stood the test of tin 
is Dr, Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawborry 
Almost infallible to oure dyaentary, cholero 
and all maunor of tluxes, colle 
cramps, cholora infantum, and every form oi 


DAILY 


(INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 


For the InteUigencer 


18h1. 


TE 


Notes Lost. 


A BIG DR 


The City Council and the W, re rh 
; }xamination. - 
C, Association - | II\HE public aro cautionod aaainat nogotint. | 
On sturdy afer, ve 26 ton | atlgesatae  W al DREHSS GOODS. 
, interesting public school examination was held | and ~ Lowry respectively, in favor of the _ 

interview With the President of : . ~ | uadersigued. Whe former note fs for the eum oe os ; 

the Association. in Mr, wi 8 Wilson's school, No. 6 Hungor | of about 830, and the latter about $60, loss We have opened out 6 cases of Dress Goods bought in Bond 

ford. Tho hioavy fall ot rain in tho oarly pert | cndorsations, q in the New York Market, 
i t tho fact th City Council | tho day hindered some of the toachora from ROBERT parry 8 
1 view oO Me a . bie 0 < _ ; - pr ‘ 1 
u " this cyouing, and will pr yb: bly take distance in coming However, ® goodly Thurlow, Nov.9;"61. - ee y 15¢. DERHSS GOODS FOR LO CBDINTS. 
yoote this cvonipg, anc )robabl co ai ohh meses t. ‘ - . 
T¥ Rian Wrtcoert alte) for tha number of visitors were prowent, 1L7c. 5 - 123 
Uoaslt i a aie = ae Ie “ie of is amination bogan shortly after dinnor, and con- | AUCTION SALE 265c. nt 15 “ 
poembility thas a mlanneistanalon oxiete be- tinued until the evening twilight. Among ant BOc. “ 20 “ 
tweoon the Counoil and the Agro iatic n in re- those present who took part in the pnterropaks SEE THEM. They aratihe obeapost in Belleville. Also BLACK CASHMEHES for 40, 0 
gard to the matter of site, arisiog out of tho ing wore the following « Rov, W. Savage, of HOUSEHOLD EFFEGTS. and 60 ote. A Groat Bargain, 
Seba sey Simei ba shy Twoed Cirevit, Messrs, Wm. Houston, of 
0 4 Which was recently carried by the ’ os : ; = . 
resolution whi : . 8 recently a . i es Bridgewater, O 8, Hicks, of Tweod, and A. \| AM instructed by Mins Alport, to nell at WwW. & D PATHRSON, 
aan a si 5 rr CW a oc a thtent an Hanna, of Puillipate n. ‘The mannor in which : ee pomcene *, Hotel Street, opposite the 6 Syndicate” Store. 
a 2, = owe ne a" lnnihe Presi ae the questions were answered by the pupils fonpital Lot, on —_—_—_: EEE 
y CRN oportor calludonth rons : : ——————— 
of the W, 0 Kevulislon Mra. N, Jones, at dic. arent erodis to Mr, Wileae . in cae a Monday, Wovember the 7th, -T A PP CA RPE Me 
forth practioal teaching and the thoroughness all the furniture and cflects, comprising par: : Ss 


her residence this morning, in ordor to learn, if 
possible, the Opinions, intentions aca feelings 
of the Association in the mattor, so that the 
mombers of the Council could this evening 
give it a more intelligent cousidoration than 
they otherwise could. | 

*T euppose you saw tho resolution which 
was wlopted by the Finance Committee last 
Friday ovening, Mra, Jonve,” waid the repo - 
tor— "providing for the purchase of a site for 
a hospital, aud makiog a special recommen: | 
dation in favor of the eile already approved of 
by Mr. Inspector Langmuir, and negotiated | 
for by tho Association at tho eum of $1,650,” | 

"Vos, I have sueu tho resolution,” said 
Mrs. Jones, *' and after twice reading it over 
carefally, I did not altogothor like it, It 
contained no reference whatever to the Home 
which wo propose establishing together witha | 
Hospital. And {ufther, it morely provides 
for the purchaso of the site which tho As- 
sociation has contracted for; 1t does not men- | 
tion that, aftor the site is purchased, it will 
bo granted to tho ssociation, Thoro is 
nothing in tho resolution to show us that 
the Counoil, after having acquired the site, 
intend to do with it anything more than has 
been done with the hospital lot which has al- 
ready Leon purchased by tho city,” 

‘There appeara to be a feeling among the 
momtora of the Council that the object of the 
resolution which was passed at your mosting 
on the 25th of lat month waa to coorce the 
Council into acceding to your demands. Is 
thore avy foundation for such a feeling ?” 

‘* No, there is no foundation for it, The 
reason that resolution was passod was simply 
becaueo it was necessary. Woe learned from 
our Advisory Board that if any steps were to 
be taken to secure the patent for the old 
Hospital Lot, application would havo to be 
inade to the Local Logitlatuie six woeks be- 
foro it met, and also that a resolution such as 
the oae we thon passed would have to be con- 
sidered and prsstd ata public meeting of tho 
Avsociation, not an ordinary meeting, Tho 
meotiog Which was hold on tha 25th was the 
regular annual meeting of the Association, 
when all the members are at liberty to attend 
and vote, We thought, of course, that the 
City Council would meet lest Moaday oyen. 
fog, and this was consiquently the only op- 
portunity we had to pass such a resolution 
boforo the Council mot. If we delayed 
until after the OC uncil met, you see we 
would have lost another two weeks, which 
might have had the effect of delaying our 
plans for another year, The object of the 
reaolution, therefore, was not to coorce or 
threaten the Cauncil, but merely to state our 
intention, a0 thatthe Council might know 
our exact position. If we were going to apply 
at allforthe patent of the old Huspital Lot 
it was necessary that we should doit as coon 
as possible, for the date of the opening of tho 


X~-al Logiaiaturoe is uncertvin Wa did not. 
howeve», wi80 vo make such an application 


without first letting tho Council know our in- 
tention, and we merely took advantage cf 
the aunual meeting, which wasn public meet- 
ing,to pazs the resolution, knowing as we did 
thatif we postponelit until after another 
meeting of the Council, an application to the 
Local Legislature might be submitted too 
late. Itis farthest from our intention to 
have any illfooling with tho City Council,” 
continued Mrs, Jones, earnestly. Wo fool 
that they have done a very generous action 
in offering to purchase this aite for us, and we 
feol deeply grateful to them; but the neces. 
sity of a hospital and home isso pressing, and 
there has been such delay in the nogotiations, 
that we feol it necessary, iv justico to our- 
selves, totake the stops that we have taken 
in ordor to secure, if possible, the spoody erec- 
tion of the buildings,” 

“It has been asserted, Mra, Jones,” said 
the reporter, ‘that Mr. Langmuir did not ap- 
prove of having as much ground in connection 
with the insti\ution as you wished to procure, 
and advised you against it, Is there any 
truth in that avsortion 2” 

“That is a grost mistake,” sho replied. 
“What Mr, Langmuir said was that it would 
be foolish for us to procure a large tract of 
land—tifty or sixty acroy, as was at cne time 
contemplated—for the purpose of haying the 
inmates of the Home do farming work, He 
never disapproved of purchasing the addi- 
tional acro from Mr. Phillips, On the con- 
trary, he suggested it himsolf. Whon Mr, 
Northrup, » member of our Advisory Board, 
took him down to inspect the three acres 
which we had negotiated for, he said that he 
was delighted with it; ‘bat,’ he said, ‘it is a 
pity that you could not procure the other acre 
so that you will not be shut out from the main 
road; you could havo carriage drives and 
plant trees, which would make tho place very 
much more beautiful, and a moro desirablo 
site for an institution like yours,’ This was 
the same opinion which was privately oxpres- 
sod tome by the late Mr. Jellott, by Mr. 
Dickson, and other members of the Council,” 

“Thor is one more point on which I would 
like some ivformation,” said the roportor, ‘It 
was assorted at the Financo Committeo last 
Friday evening, that only a scoti.n of your 
Association approved of the action which was 
takoa at the mooting on the 26th of Octobor 
Is thore any truth in that?’ 


** Well, I have not hoard any dissatisfaction 
exprossed with reforence to the resolution 
whioh was passed at that nflooting,” said Mro. 
Jonos, ‘It received tho amplest discussion 
in the meoting, and I did not ask the mombers 
to yoto on it until all questions had been sat- 
{sfactorily ausworod. Altor it was firat yoted 
ou I thought it beat to know if any one proa- 
ent disapproved of it, and theroforo asked for 
a Standing vote, whon ovory one present atood 
up Theres lution was thorefore unanimously 


the mooting was advertiacd in the papers, and 
all the members wore urgently requosted to 
attond,’ 


Thanking Mia, Jonos 
} view, and for ao kind 
‘hie (Meations, the ro 


for grenting tho inter, 
'y and fully avaworing 
porter withdrow, 


pasacdl by the meeting, It ia possible that 
40m0 mombore of the Annooiation disapprove 
of tho course taken at that mooting ; bot it is 
not our fault that thoy wore not prosont, for 


of bis work. In fact, one of the ra‘opayers 


lor, dining room, kitchen and bedroom furni- 


oxpressed himuelf by stating that if the Do-| ture, oarpots, pictures, ourteins, books, orna- A= 
minion Parliament wore prosent, the children | ments, stoves, dishos, a splendid te lets 
would bear a ¢atisfactory vxamination, € On Noe win” aoe PIONS SUA 
LISTENER, #TSalo at 10 o'oleck, 
——— R, PURDY, y) 
News Vonaensed. 156d4t Auctioneer, 
—M. P. Ryan, M. P., ways ho has not boen FOR SALE. R 
appolnted Collector for Montreal. HAETON ; 
v) » bow, m leathor a 
—VParnell has been See, cleoted : lined, Ticab eet ide laaipat *" 3180 00 ‘ 
chairman of the Jork Chamber of Commerce. | op buggy in good order,....... 70 00 - 
k : ; > 5 Wi J © aro now offering a large lot of Tapestry Carpots, all lately impo. ted, at 60 and 75 
—Rey. Goorge Granville Bradley was for- | Portland cutter, front neat, .. . ~~ ns oents, which will be found on comparison to bs much|botter value than those usually 


Light driving harness (prize set) ..... 
uffslo robe, whip, blanket, balter, fly- 
shoot (never used), brush, comb, and atable 
utensils, Torms cash, Address 
GEO, 0, ALCORN, 
165d3teod Barrister, Picton, 


THE BARRETT _ 
SINGER SEWING MACHINE 


| Ie sold 20 per cent. eueepes than foreign 
manufactare, and yotit has no superior on 
‘all kinds of work, It is 


Strong, Durable. Light Running, 
and Almost Noiseless. 
Come to the factory and avoid paying freight, 
duty, agents’ and sub agents’ the : Spend 
your money on heme manufacture, it willie 
turn to you again, The factory is the place 
to get your repairing done, 3 
JAMES BARRETT. 

Remember factory and office at Mesars, 
Brown's foundry and machine works. Belle- 
ville, Ont. : l5id&kw 


REMOVAL. 
CONGER BROS. 


—-BHAVE REMOVED - 


THREE DOURs SOUTH 


TO THE 


West- sold at these prices, 


Also a choice lot of Brussels at $1.00 and $1.25, and the best goods imported at $1.59. 


mally installe! yesterday as Down of 
minotor, 

~The Americau ship Humboldt has been 
lost in the China Soa aud part of her crow 
drowned, 

—Tho Governmont has discoverel the de- 
linquent who conveyed Parnell's last mani- 
fosto trom Kilmainham gaol. 

—The Dablin /reeman's Jouraal says Par- 
noll was suddenly seized with violont spasms 
on Sunday and suffered greatly for several 
hours. 

—Mossra, Kt. & G, Strickland have parchas- 
od the Dominion Bank timbor limits in the 
townships of Oakly and Hindon, County of 
Victoria. 

—A Dublin despatch says that a butcher 
named Daff has bea sentenced to death for 
the murder of a policeman in a street distur. 
ba: co on the 16th ult. 

.—Two pecans wero killed and twenty 
wounded by the police firingon the mob at 
Belmallet, county Mayo, one day last woek. 
A ronowal of the disturbances is feared, 

"The grand jury bas found a true bill 
against Lefroy for the murder of Mr. Gould 
while robbiog him in the compartment of a 
railway coach on the Brighton railway last 
spring. 

—Tho Governor-General paid a visit to the 
Art school at Ottawa oa Monday. Bofore 
leaving he exprossed a desire to donate $500 
towards securing Jarger and more suitable 
quarters. 


CHEAP FLOOR OILCLOTHS. 


Ax we aro now wanting more room for our Tailoring Department, wo intend clearing 
out our cntise stock of Floor O,lcloths and Mattiogs at a 


REDUCTION OF 15 PER CENT. ON MARKED PRICKS. 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON, 


Importers. 
a 


THE pe lel Aaything lost aber thn reat yur 


to become a slave to disease, It 
AXD 


NOT 
fitable to lose a hundred dollars in idlen 
A MONTH IN LONDON, | tr ns rather than apend twenty-five 
AN EVENING'S TALK 


through sickness rather than s twenty-five 
IN 
M. E. TABERNACLE 


fi ts for Dr. Wilson’ 
Balaats, which ta the greatest remedy £2 thet 
BY 
Prof. E. I. Badgley, B.D.LL D. 
One of the Canadian Delegates, - 


and lung diseases of the age. 
BE 
that congh in its early stages. 
PRIDAY, NOV, 4th. 
Oct, 27. 6t 
—SPECIAL— 


vire ond sto 
Check the Consumption bsfore its fan get 
hold of ge lungs, The remedy is at Vhs linane 
of all who are ~ 


SICK 
and the fault is their own if they do not take ad- 
vantage of it. 
TAKE NO OTHER, 


Sold in bottles at 25 cents and 40 cents,—the 
40 cent size containing 


—Mr. Sexton, M. P, was releasod from double the 25 cent size, 
Kilmainbam on the let, on a medical certifi- R ED FRO NT ST0 RE : Sold by all Drocxieis aad _ in medicine, 
cate stating that further confinement would a re R TO LADIES OF B_LLEVILLE, ee Ve EX 

i 7 v. 1, 5 w,w4t : 
“pa life, He drove unattended to| No ' (Gomtlomem Moker Tan agian 7 

—The Toronto Police Magistrate seems =a RAILWAY COMPANY ’BUS will, : : 
bound to put down hakitual druokeness' On Wi LLIAM ) SIN GER until farther notice, run as follows : Witt be sold by Auction, if not befo 
Tuesday he sent two old offenders to gsol for - Levves Market, going by Bridge, A)bert, disposed of by private sale, on 


Hotel, John and Bridge Streets, back to Mar- 
ket, at 74, 8h, 94, 10} s. m., aud 124, 14, 34, 
44 5h, 64 pm, 

Leaves Market, going by Bridge, John, 
Hotel, Albert tand Bridga Streets, back to 
Market, at 8, 9, 10, and 11 a.m.; and 12 noon® 
and 1, 4, 5, and 6 p.m. 


six months, A woman wassentto the Re- 
formatory for the samo offenga, 

—It ix understood that Mesjor-Gsneral Sir 
Patrick McDougall, whois to be ado inistra- 
tor of the Government during the absence of 


Wednesday, November 16th, 


HIS make of S.wing Machine has taken 
first prizeaat all the exhibitions this 


Most Eligible Building Property 
in the ity, extending from Chsrles to Albert 


the Governor General, will take up his. resi- Fare 5 cents each way or part of way. Streets, and lying between the residences of 
dence at Moatreal during that period, “f M. B, NOBLIN, E. F, Potts and J. J. B, Flint, Esq. 
—The wreath which Queen Victoria ordered Belleville, Oc. 13tb, ’81. 1401 &pply to Thos. Donnelly, Ezq., or to 
JOHN J. B. FLINT, 


to be placed on Presidmt Garfield's coffin 


To Let 


cued of orchids—tho Espiritu Santo. Mr. Flint has a number of valuable Lots on 


Was CO 


that substantial support continues to bu re- 
ceived from America and Australia. The 
Land League, he says, does not intend t»’ es- 


lara apply to Francis Dolas. E+q , orto 
F, ©. RIDLEY, 
Oct. 20 1881. 146dtf. 


tablish a permanent centre in apy part of ysysay pavuewomy a cit 
France, To Lst, SIPVT JO 0748 son ose tmmenay, n 


_— 


A. VERY desirab’e Store and residence at- 


—The French, baying failed to surroand tscbed,, on esstiaide riorth. Front Stree 


4 ras i 
the Arab rebels in Tanis by the march on near upp r bridge, Premises 10 good . “ALAINV LV™ TD 
Kairouan, aro planning to start the campyiga and wap eben fora Grocery business, 4 wire 5) NI 
anew, as it were, and have mado important Apply to : ‘spooy Lou0y 
changes in their plan for winter, This is the : 144 Pecan peer pue ‘yor 
third phase of the French jiasco in Tunis, Parties in want of a first class Sewing Ma-| y i ‘uuqoeusy 

—H, P, Bell, of section 41, of the Thunder | chine will do well to call at the Williams’ ‘quivy] uelsi9g 
Bay Branch of the Canada Pacific Roailway, Bisase pice, Brent Strost, Belleville, and ex- To Let. + (vag 

S 3 > Pp OsIDg. —— 
axe that tho rails are lad ores the ‘entire 215 ? WM. DAVIS, NTIL Ist May next, on very reasonable | ‘S®4°H HOUlg 2 07744 “M019 
miles, and tho ballasting will probabiy be nelihtibhty Agent, terms, the offices formerly occupied by ‘s]¥09 ofegng pur u00) 
finished by next summer. On section B leville, Nov. 1, 1881. 155d-&¥4] M-B. Roblin and Irvine Diamond, corner ‘sJoxptp ueqouays 
about 7 miles of the trask was laid. esst of Front and Campbell Soe : v 
H) ° 

Rat Portage. FURNITURE SALE. | oct 1s. M. B, ROBLIN. | 20} oaoqe oyy 70 soo ont w portooos HH 


—The United States war steamer Alliance 


has arrived at Halifax after a cruise of four AM instructed to sell by public auction c - 
months in seproh of the Jeanette, No trace of Ie the residence of F. C, Ridley, Commer- A SPECIAL LI N E cL L 4 Ale TL ‘a 
the missing vessel has been obtained, and the | Street, on : a > . : 


Wednesday, November 15th, 


his furniture, carpets, &c, Further particu- 
lars in future advertisements, 


hope of her being found grows smaller aod 
smaller. The Al/iance’s field of search ex- 
tonded from Spitzbergen ‘to Greenland. 


Scotch Lamb’s Wool 


AMNITUIW ‘AA3NTTN 


lloW TO GET WELL. 


Whioh is anawoered in threo words—Take Hop 
Bittera !—2epress, ‘ 


GOOD steady man, to deliyer goods, and 
to make himself generally useful about 
the Store, 
» WALLBRIDGE & OLARKE, 
Bridgo Street, 


4 he AT beatsanythingin the market. Theso 
goods must be seon te be approciat~d. 


NIGHT SCHOOL 
ONTARIO BUSINESS COLLEGE 


Will commence on 


Monday, November the 7th, 


and continue 4 months. 


Just fancy buying a real, genuine Scotch 


Lamb’s Wool Shirt for $1 00, 


IMPORTED GOoDs, 


Tre Sappest oF Sap SicuTs—tho grey 
hairs of age being brought with sorrow to the 
grave is now, we are glad to bocoming 
rarer every year as the uso of Cingaleso Hair 
Restorer becomes moro general. By its use 
tho scanty looks of ago once more resume 
their former color and the hair becomes thick 
and luxuriant ss ever; with its ald wo oan 


Tho pricea run from $1.00 upwards, Woe 


Arithmetic, Correspondence, includ. 


now defy the change of yuars, resting sesured havo thom in all sizes, from 34 to 48 inohes. — 
that no Grey Hair at any rato will como to 1 : : ae . Tho course consists of thorough instruction 
eedden us, Sold by A. L. Geen, 50 cents a When you are buying them, atk forthe re.| 12 Penmanship, Book-Kee . 


bottlo, eolpt how to wash them, 


i racti rammar and spolliog, Busi- 
For Dysrersia. ‘Take one teaspoonful of The New Canada meen Forms and Pa 1 onan 
Perry Davis Pain-Killor iu sugar and water special instruction to Me fes in the 


A. B. FISH & Co, | arithmetical caloulations applicable to thee 
Piet! ble in ad 
e@ Leave your orders for Flanaol Shirte, K PRES (payable Vance) are 38, 
40 patterns & soloot ee palbeidiegieas tho fall course, or $3 00 per sae Tier 


of those who take anight school 
A. E. FISH & Oo. | steorwards desire to take the fall commercial 


MILLINERY OPENING. course, will apply on full scholarshi 


W. _B, ROBINSON, 


immodiately after cach meal, Lot your diot 
be nourishing, bat takon at rogular intorvale, 
being careful not to overload the stomach at 
Any time, nor to eat to. soon after sevoro 
exercias, 


METHODIST HYM 1 BOOK, 


AND THE 


ya J. W. JOHNSON, 
Principals and Consulting Accountants, 
Oct, 29th, 1881, ; 158d6¢ 


7 Wanted. 


Will Open Next Week Sep tias Chery (o improvemente on the 

ir tho Sh t to Mra, Eustaco’s Mill TT" Baden See oe ot A. Hot 

nr tho Shop noxt to Mra, Eustace’s Millin: son ons, treet, ; 

Store, and sooond door from Wesley Bullen’ ae! ; = uP to Friday noon, 
ans and spocifications to 

YRONT sTREDT office of John Forin, En. Acne Sie 

i } Oot, 29, 1881, ; ‘153d4t 

MRS. HORNE, 

152d2w 


SUM of money. Owner oan recover NEW PRESBYTERIAN HYMN B00. 


samo by proving property and paying 

Apply to 

MARK MUNDY, 

Chomiat & Druggint, 
Front St. 


me “+ 
CAUTION, 
PPUL public aro cautione! against nogoti- 
J ating for a note made by Chas, Dem- 
orost in favor of A, I’, Wallace, for $200, as 
no valuc has been given for the samo, 


CHAS, DEMOREST, 
Sidney, Nov, 2, 1881, 166d3t,wlt 


NOTICE, 
| MASS MEETING of the Orange Lodgos 
| af Now, 727 and 274, and the’Prontice Boya 


and Orange Young Britons of this City, will 
be held in the Orange Hall, on Saturday even- 


A 
for advortisemont, 


M*. HORNE, who was recently burned 


LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE OITY AT out on Hotel Stroot, 


J, C. OVERELL'S, 


15bd3t 


} 


To Sell or to Let, 

’} UB undersigned offers to well or | 

Gemeea perms tho Motel ar cocapied te 
aydon's Corners, 

boon recently rebui\, is erties caer 


Oot. 28, 1881. 


Wanted, PSE store formicly oooupiod by Molao 


j rf f ! y'olook, “tas Pe Pi 

A full ts HOR pak dere J GENERAL SERVANT wantod, Apply Torma modorate. Apel fog gravel road, pad ie doing a nD ® lead 
By order of the Mastors, f to Mra. Gro, Tayion, South George St, Oot. pth 1881 . B, ROBLIN, R! Par uence 
Bolloyille, Noy, 2, '81. dat! Oot, 29, dy . , Nov. 80, 1800, “Ee 


proximo, at 3 p.m., on the premises, the 


“SUTALS M3H ‘SLVH 105 2 44118 - 


= a R, PURDY, 
sli ome nattar ae | porateuaay “| UNDERCLOTHING ||] 99 FQ a 
out eats doctor all the time stakoatitne vio} A GROUERY PORTER AtA.E.Fish&Co’s 
aie advertised ; and then you will want WANTED. > ae . 6, | SY Na | SY N 4 . 
oe a 


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. 3 r Bloook tale, easy 
T caty dollars is the usual prise paid for buds. ry HAT desirablo residonce on Commercisl Oct. ane oe m oe 
48 Muse DAVE Deen A truly royal wreath L Street now occupied by the undersigned. 
—A Parie despatch says that Ezan states Possseasion given immediately, For particu- FARpOFT “pouredox 


-. 


| Iast night. 


, 


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a 


Heavy Fall Woollens 


INTELLIGENCER 


LL ST. AL FS CR TS 


' DAILY WEDNESDAY, 
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Tur 


‘ Potorborough Review says ‘An Belleville Cheese Market, | VOR if Tp DESPATGHI = 
Information has beon laid againat Poguy ber 20d, 1881 ' N f Vi J 
We Received Yesterday Vakley, oharging her with boing ingane an l \ ee ts atblh ad- | =] tex] » 

wits to bo at largo Thore is not Sennen hah BiCe ad al which it standa EURO! EA \. 

B TWO BALES OF TAPESTRY|«:tistaioe cra nor roost ceunce'ant's | hs sreming tb noon the tro ered vraag youn Ao 
WivulictWores all i ae a ae ny } at that figure except for aly sly pak ade Lowpon, Nov, 2,—A large unknown vossol 
—AND— placod id do. A Me ang ahould De | vices by mail rope rUpg ealos of Line Oboe 1D | hag foundered off Skibboreet, aud aw amall 
mo asylum, beforo she hasa Liverpool at G84 to 65s when the cable was la | veenul went to pioocs at Mounts Bay, It is 

chance to intlict eavere injury on domo por- | lower thau at prosont, but August and indif | foared the crew was drowned. 

VELVET CARPETS son.” The woman has froquontly boon an | foront quality cheese are not wanted A lot CLAIR INTERVISW POSTPONED 
inmate of tho gaol hore, and was at timos | of 400 boxes August choose sold in Montreal Viunna, Nov, 2,—It is stated that the in- 
—AND— Violont and dangerous, Inst’ weok at 1040 per Ib, Tho only looal | torviow botwoon the Czsr and the Emperor of 


We raid there was but little damage | transaction during tho past wook was ® Malo | Austria wan postponed because the Ozar's holy 
done on Hollowe'en. " by one of the factories of August chooto at 
that moro was dono than wo wore aware of, 
But the mischief dono was not tho kind of 
misohief that boys ten or twelve years ago 
gloriedin. It was moan, sonsoless and 
cowardly —destructive not for the sako of 
fun, but forghe sake of mero destruction, 
We havo already montioned the cutting of 
tho bolts in Burroll’s axo-factory. Ip ad-| Mr, Goo, Binmore, chovse buyer,of Lageraoll, 
dition to this, all the glass in the porches | writes undor dato cf October 20th as follows : 
of a row of ompty housos on Mornoy’s Hill | —‘‘Last Tuo.day, October 25th, here 17 fact- 
was domolished, the astroet " lamps on | orios ropresonted, but, in consequence of the 
Yoomans St. were broken and the young | continued decline in pris, factorymen do- 
shade trees on Weat Bridge St.. just sot | cline to register, but offer August and balance 
out this year, wore destroyed. Boys of season's mako at 12 to 12) coats, At Wood: | gy Tho rent was reduced to £6 6s, and the 
ton or twelve years ago would, wo aro’suro, atook,on Wednesday, one lot of 2,400 boxes Was | jan dilord obliged to pay half of the County 
havo been ashamed to perpotrate auch offerod gt 12 conte, but refused, saleamén hold- oles, saving the tenant an additional five 
miserably moan doods on Hallowe'en. out for 13 cents, As tho English market is | shillings, MoAlvay is 23 years old, and lived 

- looking up it is not improbable that hereafter | in Albany, Unitod States, four years. Tho 

Weartienr PRowanititiss—Joronto, Nov, | the market willshow moro buoyanoy. There | dovision is rogarded as a sorlous defeat for the 
2.—Lakes, southerly to oasterly winds in- | has boon moro ioquiry the last half of this) Jandlorde, and proven Parncll’s clovorneas and 
creasing to atrong or moderato gales, fair to week than we have soon for a lovg timo back | wisdom in selecting for test cases thoso in 
cloudy, mild weathor, with rain towards | 9241 think bofore long we will seo tho last} which tho rents were not oxorbitant but 
evening or to-night, rush, when the balance will’ be picked. up. | modorate, wo that the decision which was at 

—— +--+ Should you wish to contract balance of season | first only necessary to the success of the Act 
Tus Miptanp Gratix Rours,—Tho Mail ploasy lot mo know at onco, as I feel confident | would bo a procedent for further decisions. 
says that the Midland Railway is making a | thoro is no timo to be lost, It is thought that tho landlord will apposl to 
strong bid fora sharo of tho grain-carrying the Chiof Commission, Another important 
trade of the Weat, and it possosses a yalu- judgment in connection with the case was the 
able aid in tho excollont harbor at Midland. decision of both partios to pay their own coats 
Already the latter is becoming known in Cuexse.—The situation in choose is not ES 
Chicago, and has diverted considerable | quite so strong as it was last wook, Receipts 
grain from the old-ostablished routes via | have beon largely in excess of shipments, and 
Buffaly or Collin wood, It will prove a| part of the woek shippors atood off acd would 
formidable rival to the Northern and | tako nothing ata price exceeding 12}@12}>. 


It seoms, howover, cohort—a now solf-constituted body guard— 


BORDERS, 


Direot from the manufacturers, Intending 
vay ees will find our stock of oarpoty by 

the largest and best avaortod in tho city. 
To value it cannot be «equalled, as many of 
our lines were parchased far below what thoy 
can be imported at, 


1040 and September and October cheeso at 
lilo, The stook of cheese on hand ubsold 
wost of Toronto is fully 160,000 boxes, The 
shipmonts of choeso fr»m Montreal last we ok 


ropresonted the joursey to the frontior as ox- 
cecdingly perilous, Th» said cohort is con- 
tinually soaring the Emperor with the discoy- 
ory of Nihilist plote. They havea strong ally 
in the Empross, who is so nervous that tho 
Czar cannot move out of hor sight without 
bringing tears to her eyes. 
PINST DECISION OF THE LAND COURT 

Dunit, Noy. 2,—The tenant whose case 
wan tiret decided under the Land Act is Pat- 
riak MoAlvey, of Coolatra, County Mon- 
yhan, on the ealsto of Henry Boud, an ab- 
sentee landlord, The holding j# ton acres, 
rent £3 ldu., and Government valuation £7 


was only 8,845 boxes, and tho total shipm nts 
May lat 486,207 
boxes Inst year, 


from the samo port since 
boxes, 194,369 
which shows a decrease of 8,162 


against 
. boxes, 


——_ 


We havo aleo a fow pieces of 


BLACK SILKS 


¢ $1.03, $1.19 and $1.25, equal to what fs 
oh phate’ sold at $1.50 to $1.75, 


Our assortment of 


iapow complete, Onur stock is very large 
ie this fall, i 


The Late Dairy Markets. 
(From the Utica Herald.) 


GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. 


AMERICAN. 


SMALL*VOX RAVAGES, 
Pirrstoyw, Pa., Novy. 2,—There are over 


_ Tho steamer Empress of India will make 


, at Charlotte for Bay ports. or vice versa. 
} Campuell at Mossra, Rat pane wharf, 


_ Murrny’s Steam Dyrxa anv Scourixe 
- Works. — 
sooured and dyed without being taken apart. 
Goods called fr and delivered free of o 
Orders attendod to b 
below the Quee:’s 


1d 


~ Socal Aotices. 


Notices under this head Jets, a line cach inser- 
m, <A/ er siv insertions 5 -ts, a line, 


hree trips from Bay portato Charlotte, the 
t at an early date, and will receive freight 


be learned on application to Mr W 
43d6t2taw, 


Ladie’s and Goentlemen’s clothing 


hy’s 


post. Call at Mu 
ol Bm. 


otel Front at, 


North-Western railways. 


with us, and this Fall we offer for sale an 
nnusually large stook of Scotoh, English, 
German and Canadian Tweeds, worsted : 
diagonals and overcoatings of beautitul new | od upon askance, because, oven though it may 
designs and in reliable qualities. The | have the body and richnoss, it is apt to lack 
special facilities we possess of buying theso | the porfect surface whioh is so essential for a 
cheaply in the cheapest markets in the 
world secure theurto our cuatomers at the 
very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canuada,—James Hennessy. 


Woman's ( Christian Association. 


ciation, he!ldon the 25th ult., the following 
members wer clooted Trustees for the ensu- 


The sustaining feature of tho market is the 
home trade. If is werenot for this,thore would 
Tweeps.—This isa loading department undoubtedly be quite a falling off. As it is, 
ths present prices are only paid for tino, late 
Soptomber stock. Even ear,y October.ia look- 


long keeping chocse, It does not look now as 
if there was to bo any improvement in prices 
before the close of the interior board of trade, 
Fortunately we are not entirely dependent on 
foreign trade this season, and so long as tho 
home trade maintains its activity there will 
be no material decline; Shippers, however, 

aa are doing what they can to depress prices, and 
cooler ce IR gpl CN Mi their indifference makes a decided difference 
in the general tone of the market, 

Unica, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1881, 


ELECTION OF OFFICERS. 


one hundred casos of amall-pox in this town 
an: in Port Griffith, Within aspace of two 
blocks there are thirty-nine cases, Tho dead 
are baried at all hours, day and night, re- 
gardless of the consequences to the unaffected 
who pass along tho streets, A young man, 
a member of a benoyolent soviety, died and 
was borne to his grave by his brethren. 
Two-thirds of the members of the society are 
now down with the disease, The excitement 
Here is intense, During the whole summer 
no sanitary measures were adopted on account 


of the wrangling between the Poor Board and 
the Borough os to who should pay the ex- 
pense of burisl. 

Wasuisoton, Nov, 2,—Noel Ting Crank, 
arrested at the White House, is said to bea 
physician of considorable reputation and prop. 
orty. 


ing year :—Hon. Mrs, Flint, Hon. Mrs. Read, 
Hon. Mrs, Bowell; wdames N, Jones, 
Furnivall, S. B, Burdett, J. H. Holden, F, 


New York, Nov, 2,—Arrived, the Her- 
mann from Bremen, the Wieland from Ham- 
burg, and tho Wisconsin from Liverpool, 


AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. 


NIWWASM IN RUSSIA. 

St Perenssunc, Noy, 2,—Suspicions bay- 
ing been directed to the inmates of a house 
in a respectable quarter of the city, the police 
surrounded the place at night and burst open 
tho doors, and seized a man and woman, who’ 
were proparing dangerous explosives. Sodial- 
ist pamphlets were found in the rooms. Tho 
man is a student in the school of mines, 

Last week numerous Nihilist proclamations 
were distributed about the city, and several 
copios were throwninto the barraoka of the 
Imperial guards, It is atated that the Czsr 
has Istely received many threatening mis- 


sives. 


Baily Autelligencer, 


BELLEVILLE, WEDNESDAY, NOV, 2. 


—_— 


Curese.—This hasbeen rather an off day 
for cheese, buyers being decidedly indifferent 
Siete A refusing to accept the 

H. Rous, Stephen Garratt, Ritchie, McKin- | 4 many taleamen 8 abe ake 
non, M. B, Roblin, Dr. Clarke, MoLoan, Mc. | Prices offered. But to-day's transactions will 
Annany, Hanwell, W, B, Robinson, Dr. Our. | Pretty nearly clean ont all tho Soptember 
lett, W. Holton, Adam Hemy, J, Frost, W. | *t0°k in this viomnity, and in somo cases, will 
H, Ponton, T Holden, Tannabill, Meudell, | Xe # good dip into October cheese, Many 
Denmark, L. W. Yeomans, R. S. Patterson, | °f the smaller iactorics have already closed 
A.G. Merten Ip Wattles, For. for the aeacon, wh le the larger ones are atill 
Dick, Dunnet, J. J, B. Fiint, M. Jellett, in full blast, Feed in pastures is not yet 
James Ross, Burrell, Nosworthy, R Richard used up, and the weather continues so mild 
son, Greatrix Schuster Vandiedda PiMinsew and moist that cattle find very good cropping. 
Usborno, Bilbrough, M. Holden, M. Taney Sales for the day are as follows :—140 boxes 


at 12c. ; 3,017 at 12}c, ; 730 at 1240,; 257, in 
she eae Ema SRE emnno toc 5 lots, at 130. Sales 4,144 boxes; commis- 
These Trustees who compose tho executive | sions, 2,515 boxes, Total, 6,962 boxes, 
of this Association, met yesterday afternoon | Leading price, lc. 
for the purpose of electing officers. The result Livres Facts, Oct. 31, 188). 
of tho election was as follows: Cueese.—Tho markot to-day is not quite 
President, —Mra, N. Jones. so favorable for dairymen as that of a week 
Ist Vice-President, Mrs, Taonahill. ago, but they now seem to fully appreciate 
wie . 7 i Dts tho situation, and realizes that higher prices 
Recoraiag Rahaars Mins Usbo are improbable for some time at least ; they 
ee ates Looe are not, however, crowding their stock of 


‘ RTS AS ea ee cheege upon the market, and havo to-day 
to travel that way. Treasurer, Mrs. J. J.B, Bung, gonerally cold light quantitiey,and a fow havo 


istrionic Association haye chosen Directors,—St. Thomas’*Church, Mra, Mc- ats : 
ans ‘and have eAai to put it in Annany ; Briege St., Mrs, B, Flint ; St. An- atolings. ta pi err ~—- 
rehearsal. leis W. S. Gilbert's comedy | 4tew's Mrs. McLean; Christ, Mra, Clarke; The Utica Hop Market. 


: ; Bleecker Streot, Mrs. Burrell; St. Michael's, 
“Engaged. ’ } tha Association Raye Ars ce Mrs, Northgraves ; Tabernacle, Mrs, S. B.| Buying has not been very active during the 


Burdett ; John St., Mra. Hanwell ; Holloway | past wook, the prices asked checking the pro- 
St., Mre, Meudell; St. John’s, Mra, Forneri. | gress ot trade. ‘Transactions amount to 8'5 

The various Standing Committeess wore not | balee, which range from 23 to 300, ‘here 
struck yesterday, the time being taken up by | was one purchass at 23c.,some at 25 and 260,, 
other business. and others at 27 and 28c, ; but the bu'k of 
the purchases was made at 30c. Parties who 
bay for the purpose of selling to shippers can 
as yet seo no monoy in 300, hops, and prefer 
to wait until thore is some prospect of being 
able to get out whole, or until the market 
rests upon a more secure basis, Most of the 
purchases reported above woro mado during 
the early part of the wook, and there was 
very little doing during the last two days.— 
Utica Herald. 


Gity and Vicinity. 


Tux City Council will meet this evening® 
Onty one prisoner occupied the cells 


Tux Court of Revision will begin its 
labors on Friday. . 

Tus noon express arrived to-day at her 
regular hour—that is, an hour late. 

Twree caraof coal. were shipped for 
Peterborough per G. J. R., this morning. 

Two cars of boiler plate for Peterborough 
wore shipped from here this morning. It 
arrived direct from Liverpool. 

A REQUIEM mass was celebrated in St. 
Michael ’s Church this morning for the re- 
pose of the souls in Purgatory. 

A wew sidewalk has been laid down in 
the gangway leading to the footbridge, to 
the groat comfort of pedestrians who have 


SEXTON TO GO TO FRANCE 

Loxnon, Nay. 2.—Sexton has been given 
to underatend he ja to go to Franco, as a con- 
dition of his releave from prison, 

THE BEOMULUBCT AFFRAY—A SERIOUS AFFAIR. 

Dustin, Noy. 2.- Disturbances continua at 
Belmutlott. “Thus far four peraons, wounded 
in the#ffray of Thursday,have died. Six more 
deaths ara expooted. Two hundred military 
and two-hundred police arm on tho spot. 
Tho rdads leading to Aglow have been block- 
aded with stones, and the bridges have been 
broken, for the purpose of impeding the 
movements of tho military. 

ANOTHER ARRESY, 

Gilpooly, Secretary of the Bantry Branch 
of the Land | eague, was arrested last ovening 
under the Coercion Act, 

SEXTON UNABLE TO TRAVEL. ¥ 

Lonpox, Nov. 2;—Sexton was released from 
Kilmainham on account of illness, He is un-. 
able to travel. 

AUSTRIAN MINISTER TO WASHINGTON. 

Catro, Nov. 2.—J. VonSchaeffer, Consul- 
Genera] of Austria at Alexandria, has been 
appointed Austrian Minister at Washington. 

AN IMPUDENT LEAGUER. 

Lonvon, Nov. 7,—The secretary ot the 
Liverpool branch of the Land League tele- 
graphed to Gladstone: ‘The elections yes- 
terday show how your resources of civiliza- 
tion are appreciated by one hundred and filty 
thousand Irish sitizons hero.’’ 

THE LAND AOT, 

LorertoK, Oot, 2.—2,000 tenant farmers of 
the County of Limeriok have resolyed to ap- 
ply to the land commission to fix the jadicial 
rent or sot aside the unjust loases, 

Lonpon, Nov, 2,—Arrived out, the Batavia 
and /taly. 


last night from their wedding tour in Eu- 
rope. Mr, W. T. Kelso is also in town, 
having come here from the farm in Minne- 
sota to meet his brother. 

Ir is said that the heads and all the clerks 
‘of one of the largest law offices in town will 
join the Anti-Treating Asseciation in a 
body at the next meeting, which will pro- 
bably be early next week. 

Four hundred cars of stone and brick 
have been shipped from here to Oampboll- Dairies Onixiearap Woman. —Poor 
ford-for use in the new woollen mills in| yyis5 Longworth, whose name will long be 
that village About thirty more cars of | romembered by lawyers in connection with 
brick will have to be shipped. _ | the celebrated Yelverton marriage caso, is [fie Posmble 

Aup. Sr. Onarues presided at the Police | ga.4q, Her romantic blory! ia'woll kilo wit? | Thab'altpsiod sTrrade'Gf dat oogleaad, (atin pik 


Court this morning, % the ee of ae The Scotch courts and the House of Lords plants os Hops, EsobasMandreks: Decale, 
a ropk. was dis- : ; ; E ¢. make many and such marvellous 
Magistrate. John Co) i ES u / aes decided against hor claim to be the wife of |... dorful cures au Hop Bitters do? It must 
missed. The case 0} : my, **"+ | Major Yelverton, who subsequently suc-|be, for when old and young, rich and 
charged by Pat. Fitzpatrick with drawing | ceeded to the title of Viscount Avonmoro ; post, ae ame cy and ; Doctor, rariEn 

ed ; an itor, testify to having en 
a revolver, was further cnlarg bt be but she clung to his name to the last. Her | oured by them, we must believe and doubt po 
Tux Kennedy Family will no dou letters, published with the report of the | longer.—Pout. 
greoted with a large audience on Tuosday | tri91, occupy a large volume, that is to be 
eyening next, Every lover of good vocal foundin most lawyers’ libraries. Theso 
music, as well as the songs of his native | otters showed her to bo a lady of consider- 
land, should make it ag ay at the| sh1o education and tasto, and the judges, 
Metropolital Hall on that even when they decided against her, recogu.ced ; : 
~“° | It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or m 
Mn. Gants, who proposes to ponesrpon the ability by which her correspondence Sehinteel Price oP conte por box, For Tale 
water works here, and his engineer, Mr. | with Major Yelverton was distinguished, | by Jas. Clark & Co. 
Ferris, aro visiting Peterborough, ‘te She died from dropsy. ° What's in a Name? 
they are inspecting sources of supply for The vi ‘oi 
1, 0. b Tho virtue of most of the patent modicinos 
the works to be construgted there, They |», ,7icebn Sulialo. an employes of the | ith which the market is flooded lies in 
will probably come to Bolloville this week. | eric Oil cured him of a bad caso of Piles of 8 | tho name, but the yirtues of Burdock Bitters 
Two barges for carrying hematite ore to | yoars standing, haying tried most every known | lie in the fact that they cleanse the blood of 
F . remedy, ‘besides two Baffalo Pbysiciana’ | impurities, and oure dyspepsia, biliousness 
Fairhaven arrived this morning and are at without relief; but tho Oil onred him; ho | 8% indigestion, Prico $1.00, trial bottles 10 
the G. J. R. dock. They are in tow of | thinks it cannot bo recommended too highly, | °>*#- 
the tug Perew. Each of these barges will j = ae 
fr. Richard Holmes, Victoria Corner, N. 
carry 500 tons of ore, and they draw only Pie be wid troubled with shetinations for 
nine foot of water. Two moro will be hore | yours, was all@drawn up with pain, ond was 
to-day or to-morrow. deprived of ales: Ho er pests Goohoes, 
: e a ¥ 4 rh i 
A connEsvONDENT writes from Kingston Stargeon-Oil Liniment and hes now ea Z 
on the Ist stating that a Fronchman namod 2 oF ‘ ei. 
f o a re r 
Hammond foll from the steamer Evorrepons neglect ot tho sAth64, to “hake Cae vor that 


at Garden [sland and would hayo been | ooj4,’ Consumption, fatal discase, is often 
drowned but for tho assistance of m young | the effect. Wilson's Palmonary Cherry Hal- 


sam is the best romody, best in overy wa 
man named Alexander and another man, oasy to take, safo to uso, certain in its effects, 


who plunged into the wator and rescued | and cheap to buy. 
the drowning man, Alexandor hails front 
Burdock Blood Bitters 


wee » diseases of the b ‘a. 
Tierneriox'i dircted to the advert | Cor" funale compat nervous and pus 

ent of the Williams Singor Sewing Mach- | debility and builds up the entire system whon 
ta for which Mr. William Davis is local | broken down by discane, 
Sisk The Williams Singer is manufae- 
tered in Montreal, and as proof of its oxcol- 
ence, it may be stated that first prices were 
awarded to this machine at the Montreal, 


Marine. 


The echrs. Mabioa and Flora Carveth havo 
arrived from Oswego, both light. 

Two barges have arrived from Kingston 
and will 1oad iron ore 


DIED, 
At Stirling on November lst, at 10 o'clock, a. 
m.. ExizA JANE Cnaic, aged twenty-nine years 
and eleyen months, 


Conmeorcrat. 


NEW YORK PRODUOE MARKRET, 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, 

The Best Sarve in the world for Outs, 
Bruises, Sores, Salt Rhoum, Fover Sores, Tot- 
ter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 
all Skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, 


Naw Yor«, Nov. 2. 

Cotton quiet, Lig, 

Flour quiets recelpte 18,000 brie; sales 
12,000 bris, ; $4.50 to $5.25 com. to good ex. 
state. 

Rye flour heavy, $5 00 to $5.50. 

heat botter ; receipte 176,000 bus,; rales 
194,000 bus. No. 2 rod Nov. $1.43 to 444 ; 
672,000 do Dec, 469 to 484 ; 328,000 do, Jan. 
492 to 51 

Rye dull, $1.01 to $1.05, 

orn higher ; reocipta 269,000 bus:; sales 
240,000 bus., 67 to 70 now; 70 to 74 old. 

Barley declining; No, 1 Canada $1.15; No. 
1 Co bright 15 to 16; extra bright 20. 

Oats higher ; receipts 26,000 bus ; sales 
80,000 ; 464 to 48 mixed; 494 to 544 white. 

Pork weak, $17.75, to $19.00. 

Lard tirm, $11,574. 


The bowels become torpid and inactive 
under continual purgation. Dr, Wilson's 
Anti-bilious aod Proserving Pills ponotrate to 
tho muclous of this disease and oradisate it, 
Tboy cvacuato tho intestines by a wild and 
oflicient operation, acd recuperate their ox- 
hausted energy by rostoring tono and vigor, 


Have You tried It ? 

If so you can tostify to its marvollous powors 
of healing and rocommond it to your friends, 
Wo refor to Dr. Fowlor’s Extract of Wild | whito atate $1.30 ; red do, $1.42, Corn 
Strawberry, tho great specific for all summer | (uict, mixed weetorn 75, Harloy quiet, No, 2 
complainta, diarrhoa, cholera morbus, dyson- | Canada $1,06; No, 1 Canada’ $1.08; No, 1 
tery, cramps, colio, sickness of the stomach | bright Canada $1.11 Ryo quiet, Canada 
and bowols ,of infants or adults, Lot its | hold at 980 in bond, Canal froightsa—Whoat 
morits bo known to all who have not used it. | end poss Sho; corn and rye Sgo ; barloy Aho 
| to Now York ; 3c to Albany ¢ lamber 82 to 

Albany ; $2 50 to Now York, ‘Lake rocoipts 

—barloy 81,000; ryo, 10,000; lambor 262,000. 


oo 


OSWEGO MARKET. 
Osweao, N. Y., Nov, 2,—Wheat lower ; 


Free of Cost. 

All persons wishing to tost the morita of ao 
groat remedy—ono that will positively ouro | 
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bron. | VUHLCAGO MARKETS, 
chitis,or any affection of the Throst and Lungs  uteaago, Nev, 2,—Pork $16 38 nom. Nov.; 
are ieee to call oe pears & Co,'s | $17.60 Jan.; 817.85 Fob. Lard $1 ava nom, 
’ drug Store ond got Tria Jottlo of Dr, | ov.; SLIL.574 bid Jan. Wheat 3] Noy.; 38 
aftor using Burdook ettes reais so Lt King’s Now Discoyory for Oonwumption, free | Veo ; 34 Jan, Corn 62 to J Nov.; O44 Deo.; 


" of coat, whioh will show you what a lar | Ott Jan.; 682 May. Oats 44% Nov,; 44} D 
: Jlar-sized bottle will do, _— apr: oe ey OMeaTE t Doo,; 


A Goneral Defeated. 
A Mra.J,G, Robingon writes: I was euf- 
fering from gonoral dobility, want of appotite 
constipation, oto,, #0 that lifo was a burden; 


Toronto, Kingston, Halifax, Dominion and | ¢- than tor years 
West Haatings éxhibitions. 


tors too muc 


NOVEMBER 2 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


1881. 


. / 
» Nov, 2, t81 § 

Sivoo our Jost woekly markot report the 
Values f grain bas decreased considerably, and 
now the market iain « demialized etito. 

Harley haw ehrank in value until to-day 600, 
is the boat price obtainable for the boas sam- 
plos, whilet poorer qualitios sell down to 700. 
Chis foronoon's Oswego report give nu roliof, 
ae Barloy nhactive, prices nominal, 
Kiye je alee quoted 
quiet in Oswego, and haa fallen in price here 
to B50, 

The largo reovipta at Oswego between the 
26th and 27th doubtless affected the price, 
but a comparison of tho receipts at Oawogo 
this year with thone of last yoar, would tend 
to tho boliof that a bear movemont at Oswogo 
has much to anawoer for as to the present prices, 
Tho decreneo in receipts at Oswego this year 
ay compared with last year is as follows ; 

Ootobor 22d, $34,548 bush 

7 25th AUB515 
Li 27th 263,114 * 
ae 20th 302,969 

Mosara, Irwin & Sloan's Oawegy grain cirou- 
lar of the Slatult,, quotes: ‘Receipts of barloy 
since Saturday 135,000, Tho market in vory 
doll. Number two ia offered at $1 00, No,, 
ono at $1.10 aud No, ono bright at $1.13, but 
maltsters rofuse to buy at above quotations, 
and it looks to-day as though some further 
concessions must be made. 

“Ryo sold Saturday ot $1,00, to-day 97o is 
the bost obtainable.” 

Peas are nominal in the absence of receipts, 

Oats aro scarce and w-nted and have a4- 
vanced in price to4%o. There is very little 
wheat offoring, the street price is $1.26 per 


bush, 

Hides and pelts aro weaker, 

Considerable quantities of dressed hogs are 
offered, the weather is sgaintt the sale of 
dressed pork, and the price has decliaed, they 
aro now alow of sale at 88 per 100 lbs, for 
prime and in maoy cases $7-50 par 100 Ibs. has 
i" be taken, Drossod beef from 5 to 6c, per 


is quoted ** 
with no traussaclions 


; 7 
Butter is becoming more plentiful and 
cheaper, good roll butter would command 250 
per lb., and tub butter from 16 to 18c, per lb, 

Eggs stillremainscarce and command 20c, 
for strictly fresh, 

Poultry varies much in price according to 
quality, 
Wheat—$1,20 to $!,25, 
Bantey— 75c, to 80c, 
Rre—S5o, 
OaTs—40 to 42., 
Peas—tibo, to 750, 
Ham —12ho. 
Lame—7o to 8¢ per Ib. 
Dressep Hocs—87.50 to $8, 
Borrun—Koll 250 
Eaas—1l5o. to 200, per dozen, 
Hrpzs—Rough $7.00, 

$8.00 


Oacy Skins—100 por Ib, 
Lamp Sxrvs—$1,00 
Woot—220, 

Laap—llo to lo, 
Tatrow—Roagb, 4o, 
Tatrow—Rendered, 640, 
Poratrors—$1 por i 

Prove—W holosale, $6.50 per bbl. 
Fi.oon —Rotail, $6.50 to $7.00 por bbI, 
Hay—D10.00 to $12.00 por ton. 
Srraw—5 per ton. 

Oxntoxens—250 $9 509 por palr 
Grxsz—50c, to 600, each. 

Dvors—50 to 600 por pair, 


TORONTO MARKET, 

Jononto, Nov. 1, — Fall wheat No, 1 
$1.30 to 1.32 ; No. 2, $1.27 to $1.28; No 3, 
$0.00 to $0.00, Spring No, 1,—$1.31 to $1.32. 
No, 2, $1.29 to $1.30; No. 3, 30,00 to 20,00; 
Barley— No. 1 95 to 00; No. 2, 89t0 00 ; No, 3 
extra, 83 to 00; No. 3,79 to 80. Pess— 
No. 1,80 to 00; 2,77to 78, Oats- No.1, 43 to 00; 
No, 2, 000, Corn—00 to 00. Wool—00 to 00. 
Flour— suporior, $5.85 to $5.90; extra, $5.75 
to $5.80; fanoy, $0.00 to $0.00 ; otrong 
$0.00 to $0.00 ; spring oxtra, $0.00 to $0.00 ; 
suportine, $0.00 to $0.00 ; fine, $0.00 to $0.00. 
Bran $13 60 to £00 00. Clovor seed, $0.00 to 
$0.00. Timothy {0 00 to 20,00. Hogs 
to $000 Bntter 18 to 21. Barley (street) 
800 to 95. Rye, 00 to 00c. Spring wheat, 
$0.00 to $0.00, Fall wheat $1.25 to $1.27. 
Oatmeal $475 to $0.09. Cornmeal £0.00 to 
$0.00. Pork $00.00 to $00.00. 

Market +eems no worse or gaining gen- 
orally. Flour is offered at $5 90 for superi- 
orand extra without bids; oatmeal scarce 
and cars haye brought $475; wheat 
showing a small movement; No.2 fall brought 
$1 27, but No, 1 spring was gore off at $1.31; 
oats very scarce with 43 paid ; 
with small sales at 95, for No. 1 at 91 for 
choice, and at 89 for ordinary No, 2 and at 83 
for extra No, 3; Peas seem easy with 77 bid 
for No. 2. 


MONTRGAL MARE BT. 

Monrreat, Nov. 2 —Flour, receipts 800 
bls.; sales none reported. Quotations 5 to 10c 
lower to sell:—Superiore $6.25 ; extra $6 20; 
spring extra $6.25 to $0.00; superfine 
$5.90 to $6.00; wtrong bakers $6.75 to £7.60; 
fine $5.25 to $5 35; middlings $4 75 to $4.80; 
pollards $4.25 to $450; Ont. bags $2.75to 
$3.00; city bags $3.70 to $3.80. 

Grain- Wheat, U OC. white winter $1.35 to 
$1 36 : red do, $1.37 to $1.38, Corn 70 to71. 
Peas 92, Oate 40, Barley 70 to 75. Rye 95 to 


96, 
Oatmeal, $5,00 to $b. 25. Cornmeal, $3.50. 
Provisione—Butter, western 17 to 18; E.7T, 
20 to 21; B, and M.19to 20; creamery, 23 to 
24 Cheese 11 to 13. Pork $22. Lard 154 to 
16. Bacon llto12, Hamal3tol4. .« 
Ashoa—pots $5.20 to $5.25; pearls noml. 


MONTREAL STOUKS, 
Tho following is tho official report of the 
Montreal Stook Exchange, Nov. 2— 
AFTERNOON BOARD. 


Name, asked. offered, sales. 
Bank of Montreal. ..200} 200 { 56@94,25@ 
#,115@200 
15@},125@6 
Ditto ex, diy, 1964 196 ns ee 
Merchants Bank..,125; 128 62@4,.3@) 
Bank of Commeros,.14)¥ 1414 25@!,50@ 
: 150@4 
Ontario Bank ..... 59% 594 500@},600@7 
Bank of Toronto... .165 


Molson’s Bank......116 115} 
Banque du Peuple,,.924 89 
Jecqaes Cartior....110 104 
Union Bank.,,......-..07 


ge Tore 
Mont. TelographCo.127} 126 
Domin, Telog’ph Co. .97 
MontrealGasCo.,..1424 142 
City Passenger Uo...124) 122 
RK. &O.Naviga’n Co, 45 444 
Royal Can. tna. Oo,. 

Imperial Bank...... 

Oanada Uotton,.,..+ 

Dandas Cotton..... ° 
Consolidated Bank. . . 

Fodoral Bank, .. +++ 

Ont. Inyostment,., 

St. P., Minn. &Man. Ry, 


LUMBER. 


PAE yoderaigned has on hand a tull ossort- 
[ mont of all kinds of seasonod Lumbor, 
consisting of 


Siding, 
10-inch Stock, 
Flooring, drossod aud undroased, 
Joist, 
Sheeting, 
Pickets, 
and Lath, 


330@} 


Bill Lumbor cut to order. 


GEO, EASTERBROOK, 
Ootober 17, 1881, 


} 
} 
| 


barley weak | 


FOR ONE 


0 


a ee * ~ 


MONTH. 


In order to make room for shy large supply of Winter Stock 


I will sell all my 


REMAINING STOCK OF CARRIAGES, 


——CONSISTING OF — 


Top Phatons, Top Buggies, Open Phestions, 
| Open Buggies, and Democrats, 


—AT A— 


REDUCTION OF 


20 PER CENT. 


Sale to continue for one month from this date, whea 1 will offer a grand display of 


WINTER STOCK of CUTTERS, SLEIGHS, &. 


The finest ever offered in Belleville, at. 
BEXCHHDINGLY LOW PRICES. 


Thavo 
one of th 
who will entrast their orders to me for an 
roly upon getting good value for their money, 
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhore, 


October 25, 1881. 


just completed very extensive additions to my buildings at a large cost, making 
¢ finost carrisge manufacturing establishments in Ontario, 


Thorefore, customers 


Ing in the line of carriages or sloighs, ms 


All Laskis that intending purchasers wi 


JAMES ST. CHARLES. 


150dtf,wlm 


BrAC Ke Ses: 


RECEIVED TO-DAY DIRECT, 


1 Case of our Celebrated Black Silks, at the following prices : 


90c., $1.00, $1 40, $1.50, 


$1.75, $2.25, and $2.50. 


’ 


These Silks are made specially for ourselves, and by far the best 


value ever shown in the City. 


PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. 


FOSTER & REID. 


OH! THAT RHEUMATISM, 


T did not sleep a wink from it all night. How 
common, is this complaint, and how unneces- 
sary, Why, thereis a remedy for it in every 
town in Canada. It is called Dr. Dow's Stur- 
geon Oil Liniment, It is a medicine of remark- 
able strength which, when employed externally 
cures rheamatiam, sprains, bruises, cramp in 
muscles, lumbago, sciatica, ne contracted 
joints, erysipelas, ringworms, &c,, &c. 

CAUTION. 
Do not use it internally because its strength is 
eo great that it is adopted only for outward ap- 
plication both as s counter irritant and as a 
restorer of the bruised inflamed skin to healthy 
action, 

Put up in large bottles, retail 25 cts. each, 
and sold by a!l Druggists and Country Mer- 
chants, : 

J.W. BRAYLEY, 
Montreal. 


~——_————_ 


TO LET. 


4 Rese desirable two storey Brick House cn 
the corner of Mill and eB ate 
There is s good grocery store attao 0 
house rate good garden. For terms and 
further particulars apply on the premises. 
Belleville, Oct, 25, 1881. —* 149d6¢ 


~ PUTTNER’S 


EMULSION 


COD LIVER OIL 


—WITH— 


HYPOPHOSPHITES, &C., 


By ©. E. PUTTNER. Ph. M., In- 
structor of Pharmacy Hali- 
fax College. 


HE inventor in presenting this proparation 
T to the medical profession and the publio 
at large, docs it with a confidonce of its ao- 
ceptance, based upon tho results of its use as 
evinced during some years in the Lower Pro- 
vinces, and its unqualified ondorsation by a 
large number of tho medical men of the high- 
cst standing, who have watched its immediate 
and gratifying effects. It has beon used in 
all the Publio Rage sre Hospitals and 
Dispensaries wi nvarying good resul 
and it is not too much to say that its use fs 
official, In proof thereof it is recommended 


by :— 

"fon. D, MoN, Parker, M.D., &o,, Consult. 

tA ere ~ = ital, Halifax, 
ennings, M. D,, Surgeon P, & O, 

pital, Halifax. ‘ a 

Goo, L. Sinolair, M. D., Ass't Physician 
Mount Hopo Insane Hospital and Prof, of 
Anatomy Halifax Modioal College, 

©. D. Rigby, M, D., Surgeon to the Dis- 
ponsary. 

T, Tronaman, M, D,, 
ret k 

’. B, Moors, M. D., 0, W., Kentvi 
lato Surgoon P, & ©, Hospital, ffalin 

W. B. Brino, M.D., Port Hil, P, Ks. I. 

W. B, Slaytor, M.D., L.RO.8, Bag., &o. 
Prof. of Obntotrics Halifax Modical. College 
se Conmaliing tit, te P, & 0. How ital ; 

»S. Munir, M. D., OG, M. 8S. Me 
Te ae D., 0, M., LRS.P. & 6, 
Arche Lawson, M.D, M. R, 0, &; &0 
Physician to Gonl, Hospital and Prof. of Sar- 
gery Halifax Medioal Colloge, 

D, A. Campbell, M, 1,,0, M,, Physician to 
Halifax Dispousary, : 

8. Tacoba, M, D., Dominion Héalth Oiticer, 
Luynonburg, N, 8, 

W, Calder, M, D,, Bridgewater, N. ae 
H. I Atkinson, M.D. f M,, House St 
goon Gon'l Hospital, Haltiax, 6 1. O» 

{ rao mh, Dy, Le L. Ds, Lek 
Bit ear eastaery, Dalhousio Univer#lty 
Halifax, aud many Li ar speci PUTT. 


ow Physicians will plosa spel avant: 
NUS MMULSION, which Ky. 


wiranx, Price 00 conte 


Physician Halifax 


20,000 Gallons Wanted 
PPLY at the old ML. E. Church, opposite 


Brown's Foundry. 
Oct. 21. d&wilm 


LAMPS! 


We have some light and elegant 


HANGING LAMPS, 


for halls, parlors or dining rooms. Those are 
decidedly in advance of anyt rigndy 
UF 


shown in Belleville. Also, a 
beautiful 
TABLEH LAMPS, 

i d bi d painted porcelain, fitted 
wi iho best burnbid tabs market. Prices 

very low. 


F. #. ROUS & CO. 


Belleville, Oct. 25, 1881. 


CARPETS. 


HIS isa lading’ department with us,fand . 


this Fall wo offer for sale an uncommonly 
large Stock of Bruerels, Tapestry and all wool 
Carpets, in beautiful New designs and in 
relisblo Qualities. 


The special facilities we possess of buying 
these cheaply in the Cheapest markets 
in the world, secure them to our customers 
at the very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada. 


TERMS, OASH. 


CEO. RITCHIE & CO. 


TARTLING 
DISCOVERY! 


LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. | 
A viotim of youthful impradence causing 4 Teac, 
ture Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Laon has die- 
having tried in vain every Known renisns 4 yi 
covered a simple self cure, which Bo 1" oo: py py 
to his fellow-wustorens, sirens J, uM 
45 Chatham 86, N. ¥- 


“OUR STOOK 


LAMP GOODS | 


1s NOW COMPLETE: 


We Have Some Very Handsome 
Goods, 


JAMES CLARKE & Co, 
The Pharmacy, 


* 


DIRECT IMPORTATIONS 


—oOr— 


| Fine WINES 


ro just 
We have tee OPORTO a quantity of 


VERY CHOICE 


including a fow cases of Vary Surxitiok 


i BOTTLED IN OPORTO. 
Wallbridge & Clarke, 


nocuns & Wore Menciants, 
; od $7 and 89 Bridge St 
July 27th, 1881, — 


ROYAL 


INSURANCE COMPANY ! 


Of London, England, 


FIRHAND LIFE: 
OAPITAL - ~- = = $10,000,000, 


Shareholders liability SRE TT a0. 
000; annual income, $5,000, 000, 
rete Orne for protection Canadian 
Policy Holders, nearly 000. Farm pro- 
insured — by lightning, 
; to Live Stoo by lightning anywhere 
£ a mt DONNELLY, Belleville, 
Disrrior AGENT _ 
~~ MONEY TO LOAN 

T very reasonable rates, payable in instal 

ments, or in one sum. Apply to 

T, DON Y, 


No. 25 Bridge St, Bellevill _ 
PHCHIN I= 


Fire Insurance Company, of Lon- 
don, England. 


. ESTABLISHED IN 1783. 


GENOY Established in Canada in 1804. 

Unlimited liability of allthe Stockhold- 

ersand large reserve funds. Moderate rates 
of Premium. 

GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co. 
General Agents for Canada, 
T, DO 2 
Agent, Belleville 


WHITE STAR LINE 


United States & Royal Mail Steam- 
ers Sailing every Week 


Between New York, Queenstown and Liver- 
- 1, Germanio, Britannic, Adriatlo, Celtic 

Baltio, Republic. , 

Tho steamers of this line are uw 
for safety, and comfort, and do ot 
carry cattle, sheep or pigs. Cabin passage, 
$60, $80 and $100, Exoursion tickets on fav- 
orable terms. 5S! tickets, including 
railroad fare to and from Belleville, at lowest 
rates, Parties desiring to send for their friends 
or take a trip to the old country will do wel) 
to apply for farther information to 
T, DONNELLY$ 

277dkw Agent, Bellovil’e 


N. H. DOWNS’ 


VEGETABLE BALSAMIC 


ELIXIR 


Is a sure cure for Cong! 
an 


Whooping - Cough rl Dene 
Diseases, when taken in season. - 


ine i 


ae 


w 
People die of consumption simp! 

lect, when the timely 

would have cured 


me years of constant 


ee i eee 
Dr, Baxter's Mandrake 


: BITTERS 
ine a 


Price 25 ‘conta pee bottle, 
HENRY & JOHNSON'S 
ARNICA AND OIL 


| LINIMENT 


} For Man and Beast. 


The most perfect liniment ever com- 


pounded. Price 25 cts. and 50 cty, 
cS) Mae mala Srerre here 


GRAY’S SPECIFIC MEDICINE, 
{ TRADE MAR # Tue GueatENG-TRADE MARK 
LISH REMEDY, 
+ An unfailin 
cure for Se 
Weakness, Sper- 
matorrhea, Im- 
tency, and all 
that fol- 
ee preenice SIGs 1 
: ° . ‘ 
; BEFORE TAKING ? AFTER TAKING. 
a8 loss 0! pt Universal Lassitude, Pain f 
the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old 
Age, and many other Diseases that lead to In- 
sanity or Consumption and a Premature Grave. 
= particulars in our pamphlet, which we 
desire to «end free by mail to every one, C) 
Specific — ey r = at $1 
per package, or packages for $5, or will be 
sent free by mail on receipt of the money by 


7 THD GRAY MBDICINE co, 
Toronto, Ont., Canada. 
_Sold by all Druggista and A.L. Geen, Belleville, 


| GLASS FRUIT JARS 


YUST TO HAND. 


~~. 


200 DOZ. CROWN FRUIT JARS 


the Best in the Marxet, 


—AT— 
{ TEMPLETON’'s 
Front St, Opposite Foot Bridge. 
BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE 
: COMPANY: 


INCORPORATED 1833. 


Capt — 
Cont Paldap . , . $500,000 00 If 0, 
) - ag be - + 1,420,000 00 | wINS 

prompt 22% all claasns ty. Losson 

Pily and liberally Por of 
946m, Staw ®. EVLIOTT, 
Joly Bist, 1981, Agent Kellovillo. 
M. B. Roblin - 


discontinued the Fire 


FR 
Ho is still doing Insurance 


bees in it, 


Oot. 18th, 1861, 


iyed direct from OADIZ 


| SHERRY AND PORT, 


_OLD VINTAGE PORT— 


he) 


|, Baily Putelligeucer. 
WOOED AND WON. 


‘Tam speaking of my own faloo wife! 
oried Bruno Sevorne, ‘of no ono else. 
have seen hor, Sho has oacapod me, and I 
will hunt her down! Laurence I am not 
used tothe ways of tho world; tell me 
what must I do to find hor! If you want- 
od in this great world of London, to find 
one woman what should you do?’ 

*Troally hardly know, ‘Toll mq, fathor, 
whon and how did you see her?’ 

Then Bruno Soverne related how he had 
soon and rocogvized his wife. 

‘Are you quito sure!’ asked tho boy. 
* Are you quite sure it was my mother / 

* You, Bure as I am that the aky is above 
mo; suro as I am that Heaven is for tho 
good; do you think I could fail to recognize 
your mother? She had sweet tonder eyes, 
like hyacinths steoped in dew. I am no 
poot, Loould not write a book or paint a 
picture ; but I used to seo all heaven in her 
eyea—all heaven, Laurence, I tell you 
thoso same eyes mot mino to-day, full of 
ghastly, horrible fear, Ah, my boy, I am 
no poet, but J would rather haye seen them 
closed in death than with that look in them, 
Then she had sweet and tender lips, so 
aweet ; and to-day when she spoke to ma, 
they were white with fear, they were false 
with affected smiles,’ 

‘Bot had you no clueto her name—to 
her position ?’ 

* Yes ; they told me sho was the wife of 
one of the noblest peers in England. Oan 
it be true?’ 

*] should imagine’ said Laurence, ‘ that 
you have mado some terrible mistake. How 
can my mother, whom you have represented 
so differently—how could she, even if sho 
would, be passing as a grand lady? Your 
senses have deceived you.’ 

‘No,’ replied Bruno fierce ly, ‘when a man 
spends all his life brooding over one face, 
as I haye done, he is not likely to mistake 
itforanother. I might mistake heaven for 
earth, night for day, darkness for light, but 
mistaking the face of the woman whom I 
have idolized for any other, is what I, shall 
never do,’ A 

Then Laurence was much troubled; ho 
could imagine something of the life of the 
fair, young mother whom he had never 
known, somothjng of what she had endured, 
of her sorrowful life. And the idea that 
she should be punished still more was hor- 
rible to him. 

© What shall you do ?' he asked his father. 

‘Do? WhatI said before, search the 
world over until I Gnd her, then take my 
révenge. I will strip from her the trappings 
of her shame, her grandeur, her pride. I 
will bring her to my feet, and when she 
kneels there, asking me to pardon her, I 
shall please myself.’ 

There was a terrible malignity in his face, 
a fixed terrible purpose. 

Laurence trembled as he looked at him. 

* But, father,’ he said, she isa woman 
and weak—is it well to crush one ao feable?’ 

‘Feeble !’ repeated Bruno with an accent 
of scorn. ‘I saw nothing feeble about her. 
Tho proud, fair face that looked into mine 
was strong in its purpose to defy me— 
strong as death itself. I fight with a foe 
whose weapons are better than mine—a 
woman’s unconquerable obstinacy, her in- 
domitable will; there are weapons I can- 
not match,’ 

Laurence laid his hand on his father’s 
arm, 

‘Father,’ ho said, ‘spare her for my 
Bake ; because she is my mother ; because 
she was fair and innocent, spare her.’ 

*I cannot,’ he said hoarsely. 

“Spare her because she is the daughter 
of your frieud, because she was trusted to 
you, and you will have to mect him again 
—hor father, whose logacy to you she was; 
spare her for Heaven's sake }’ 4 

*T cannot, Laurence—do not ask me! I 
must have revenge, I may forgive her 
then; I may pardon her when I have 
crushed her pride and made her su{fer— 
but not until then !’ 

* Shall you take her back to Larchdale— 
force her to live there ?’ asked Diane’s boy. 

“T shall bring the whol» toroo of the law 
of the land against her. I will bring every 
lawyer of emumence in England to my help, 
bat I will claim her and make her own the 
trath. I will have my wife,eyonif she should 
lesve me again.’ 

It was useless to combat such fierce 
resolutions,such fierce vengeance. Looking 
upatthe clear, blue sky, Laurence said, 
gently : 

“If earthly motives fail to move you, 
shall I try heavenly ones? You are what 
thoy call a religious man, father; you be- 
lieve in the mild, merciful gospel of the 
new law ; you haye been a shining light in 
Little Bethesda for many years-—have you 
learned no higher lesson there than re- 
venge }’ 

“It is useless,’ said Bruno. ‘ See, Laur- 
ence—she has made me suffer so horribly, 
so cruelly, that if she were kneeling hore, 
with the palor of death on her face, and 
the cold of death in her heart, and I could 
save her by only one word I would not 
speak that word. I would haye my re- 
venge |’ 

‘Then,’ said the boy 
are cruel and wicked, ‘Vengeance is mine! 
saith tho great God ; I will repay.’ Take 
ire that what you mete out to others is 
not given to you,’ 

‘I care for nothing,’ said Brono, ‘but 
Pr revenge. Laurence, help me to find 
her. 

‘No. If I knew who sho was and where 
she was, at this moment, [ wouldn’t tell 
you to savo my life,’ 

-‘I shall find her myeelf, then. Yearsago, 
Thad the most skilful detectives in Scot. 
land Yard employed in my seryice in track- 
ing her. They failed then—but they will 
not failnow. I shall know how to deacribe 
this fair-haired woman, who was dressed 
like s Queen—who sat in that grand store, 
and was waited upon as though they knew 
no other service than hors, London is o 
vast place ; but I shall find her. Nothing 
so skilfal, so clever as revenge. You may 
refuse to help me, but I shall find her.’ 

*You shall hunt her down?’ said Lau- 
rence. ‘Well, when I am a man, father, I 
will seek a more noble Occupation than that 
of tracking a helpless woman, and hunting 
hor todeath. Mind, father, I give you fair 
notice, that when you succeed, wher you 
find my mother, I shall take hor part and 
defend her, let her be what she may.’ 

‘Why ?’ asked Bruno. 

‘Why? Because sho is a woman, and 
my mother ! so should she be safe from a 
mnan’s vengesnce,’ said Viano’s boy, with a 
flush on his handsome face, 

TO BE CONTINUED, 
es 

Mothers | Mothers !! Mothers|i| 

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your rost by «sick ohild suffering and orying 
with tho excruciating pain of outting tooth ? 
oO at ODCo an ot a bottle of MRS, 

W's SOOTHING SYRUP, It wia 
reliove tho poor littlo sufferor {immediately — 


indignantly, ‘you 


depend upon it; there ts no mistake about it, 
Thoro is not a mfdther on oarth who has over 
aod it, who will not tell you at onoo that it 
will regulate the bowols, and givo rost to tho 
mothor, and relief and health to the ohild, 
porating like maglo, It {a porfootly wafo to 
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DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, 


Do not »e Deceived 

In theso times of quack modicine advortise- 
monta everywhoro,it is truly gratifying to ind 
ove remdy which really doos as recommended, | 
| Pleotrio Bittera we oan vouch for as boing a 
| true and reliable remedy, and ono that will 
| do as reoommended, They invariably oure 

| Stomach aud Liver Complaints, Diseases of 
the Kidnoya and Urinary diftioultios, Wo 
| know Ww hervof wo spoak, aud oan readily say 
ive them a trial. Sold at fifty conte » bottle 
By Jaa, Clarke & Co, 
Beef and Mutton. 

Let it be understood by the growors of those | 
two great staplos, that by mixing Hanvect’s 
ConbiTion Powpxns with the food of the 
aviowls that produce thom, their woight and 
quality are enhanced twonty per cent. while 
their health ia kept perfoot, Sold overy- 
whore, 

Out of Joors! 

Puro air and propor out-door exorcise toad 
greatly to the prolonging of life. Live out of 
doors as much as powsiblo, it will hurt no one 
whore Leg" precautions are obsorved, A 
distinguished writer on health was in the hab- 
it of unying :—''However bad tho air may be 
out of doors, it ia always woree io the house,” 
Poople shorten their lives by too close confine. 
mont indoors. ‘To those whose daily omploy- 
ment necessitate being most of the day in- 
doors, we would aay be sure and keep N, H 


Down's Voyotablo Balaamio Nlixir at hand. 
You aro oxtremely hablo to be troubled with 
coughs, colds and lung diseases, and no safer 
or more reliable romody oan bo taken, It 
coats but little to try 1t. 


Free of Charge 

All persons sufforing from Coughs, Colds, 
Asthma, Bronchitis, | 08a of Voice, or any 
affection of the Throat aud Lungs are request. 
to oall at Jas Qlarke and Co's Drug Store and 
got a Trial Bottle of Dr. King’s Now Dis- 
covery for Consumption free of charge, which 
will convince them of its wonderful merits 
and show whata regular dollar-sizo bottle 
will do, Call early. 

* 


If you are sufloring with a Cough or severe 
Cold, do not trifle with yourself by trust. 
ing your life to Lozenges an cheap 
and worthless cough mixtaores, but buy av 
once a bottle of ALLEN’s Luna BAatsam ; it 
reaches to tho seat of the disease and removes 
it root and branch ; it does not alloviate and 
afford temporary relief, as do moat cough 
mixtures sold at 25 cents a bottle, but it 
makes a permanent cure in all cases, if used 
scoording to directions, 


Orueity to animais 

Thero are societies for the prevention of 
ocruclty to animals, Bat moo and women 
grow pig-headed when their stomachs aro do. 
moralized, They insist upon eating at all 
hours of the day and night whatever their per- 
verted and normal appetites orave, until they 
become incurable Grapeptoss They will en- 
large feelingly on the theme of ‘‘oruelty to 
animals” and then retire to the dining-room 
and gorge huge masses of indigestible food, 
Which ix worse oruelty to animals or mon} 
Evory house ehould keop asa lifo blossing a 
uantity of Dk. Heraion’s SugarR CoaTnp 
Brits, which will remedy this ovil of cramming 
down indigestiible food until we fool light 
headed from the table or suffer from paralysis 
They oarry away the offal and renovate tr: 

system, d by all drugglats. 


Rest and Comfort to the Suffering 

** Brown's Household Panaces” has no equal 
for relieving pain, both internal and external, 
It cures Pain in the Side, Back or Bowels, 
Sore Throat, Rheumatism, Toothache, Lum- 
bago and any kind ofa Painor Ache. ‘It 
will most surely quicken the Blood and Heal, 
as its aotlog powor is wonderful,” ‘Brown's 
Household Panacea,” beng acknowledgod az 
great Pain Reliever,and of double the s b 
of any other Elixir or Linimont in the world, 
‘(nn it really is the best remedy In tho world 
for Cramps in the Stomach, and Pains and 
Aohes of all kinds,” and is for sale by al) 
Druggista at 25 conte a bottle, 264ly 


KACKED BY INNUMERABLE PANGS, restless 
by day. sleepless at night, rising unrefreshed 
in the morning, without appotite and pester- 
ed by varying and perplexing symptoms, tho 
dyspeptic takes indeed a gloomy view of hu- 
man existence. For him the zoat of life seems 
goue, Heartburn, oppression at the pit of 
tho stomach, and the attendent annoyanoes of 
of constipation and biliousnees, combine t» 
render him utterly wretched. But there ie, 
if he will but take advantage of it, a reliable 
source of reliable relief from all misery. 
Nosraror & Lyman’s Veceraste Discovesy 
and Dysspgpric Cugs is, as its name imports, 
a botanic preparation, free from mineral poi 
son, and an all-sufficient remedy for indiges- 
tion in its most obstinate fori, It not oniy 
enriches the blood by enabling the diges- 
tive organs to convert the food received into 
nutriment, but depurates it by increns- 
ing the action of the bowels and kid- 
noys,the natural outlets for its impurities, 
But while it relaxes the bowels, it never does 
so violently and with pain, like a drastic ca- 
thartio, 1t aids, but never forces, Nature, 
invigorating as wellas purifying and regulating 
the system, It thoroug Aly removes those 
diseased humors which tend to vitiate the 
blocd, purifies the urinary seoretion,and pro- 
motes a flow of healthy bile into the natural 
channel, besides expelling it from tho ociroul- 
ation, Experience has proved that this stan- 
dard medicine is a thorough remedy for dys- 
pepsia, bilicusness, costiveness, kidney com- 
ee scrofals, erysipelas, salt rheum, lum- 

ago and all impurities vf the blood. Price 
$1.00, Sample Bottle 10 cents. Ask for 
Norruror & LymAn’s Vogetable Discovery 
and Dyspeptic Cure. The wrappor bears a 
fac-simile of their signature. Sold by all 
medicine dealers 


Cholera Infantum. 

‘That terrible scourge among children may 
be yuo cured by Dr, Fowler’s Extract of 
Wild Strawberry. All forms of bowel com- 
p'sints, naugos and vomiting, from an or- 
dioary diarrhma to the most sevore attack of 
Canaian cholera, can be subdued by its 
prompt use, It is the bost remedy known for 
children or adults suffering trom summer com- 
plaints. 


August Flower. 

The most miserable beings in the world are 
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver 
Complaint. More than seventy-five per cent 
of the people in the United States aro afflicted 
with these two disensos and their offoote; such 
as sour stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual 
Costiveness, Palpitation of the Hoart, Heart- 
burn, Watorbrash, gnawing and borning 
paing at the pit f tho Line Hohe Yollow Skin, 
Coated Tongne and sis greoable taste in the 
mouth, coming up of food after eating, low 
spirits, &o. Go to your druggist, Jas, Clarke 
& Co., and got a 75 cent Bottle of’ August 
Vlower or a Samplo Bottle for 10 cents, ‘Try 
it. Two doses will relieve you, 


Putner’s Emulsion. 

We beg leave to call our readers’ attention 
to the adyortisomont ot Putnor’s Emulsion, 
which appears in our columns, and judging 
from the high medical reputation it bears, it 
will merit tho confidenco of the profoasion and 
public at large, The inventor olaima it con- 
tains a larger percentage of pure oil than any 
other Exnulsion, and is made in.a very pleas. 
ant and palatable form, ao that the most deli. 
cate stomach oan rotain it. 


I= HOw 


DUFFY'S MUSTARD 


DIPLOMA AWARDED 1881. 
Manufactured at the Canada Coffew and 


Spice Milla, 73 St. Jamoa 8t., Montreal 
tailed by all grocers, 1h2dly 


AGENTS WANTED, 


por tho best selling articles out. Agonta 
make from $2.50 to 85,00 per day at 
home. Samples by mail at 50 ota,, or 4 now. 
artioles for 81.00, 
Dominion Gen Agency Co., 
1gAdim) 2148+, James St, Montreal, P. Q, 


NOVEMBER 2 
ZA ll ==: Lea 1 


TRS] 


10% 


CITY ASSESSMENT, 
1882. 


NOTICE. 


iG pst. Court of Revision to hear and do- 

tormine appeals against tho assessment 
for 1582, will moot at the Pol'ov Court, City 
Hall, at 7:30 p, m. each evening as hereafter 
montioned, and will take up the appeals of 


—s0: 


10: 


tho ass-asment for the aoveral wards in the x 
following order ; 

Foster Warnp—Ono Friday, 4th Novem- ASSETS, Cp ip ey ett He 
ber, A.D, 1881, 

SAMSon Wanp—Op Saturday, 5th Novem- 10: 
bor, A. D, 1881. 


Kwroneson WAnp—On Monday, 7th No- 
vember, A. D,, 1881. 

BALDWin Wanp—On Tuesday, 8th Novem- 
bor, A D, 1°81. 

Bieroken Wanp— Oo Wednesday, 9th No- 
vember, A. TD, 1881. 

CoL¥ymMan Wanp—On Thursday, 10th No- 
vomber, A, D, 1881. 

Murney Wanp—On Friday, 11th Novem- 
bor, A. D. 1881, 

Unfinished business in Foster, Samson, 
Ketchesoa and Baldwin Wards, Saturday, 
12th November, A. D 1881. 

Unfinished business in Bleecker, Coleman 
and Murney Weeds, Tuesday, 15th Noyem- 
ber, A. D, 1881, at which Court all unfinish- 


THOMAS Workman, Exq., 
President 


SUN 


LIFE INSURANCE CO'Y OF MONTREAL 


“LIBBERALITY AND SHOCURITY. 


The only Company in Amorica issuing Unconditional 
Life Policies. 


Th Sun issuos also incompsrably tho most liberal Accident policy in existence, No other | tions and procure Health and Happiness, whore 
company in Amorioa givos days of grace on Accident policies, 


LIFE and ACCIDENT ASSURANCE. 


~Z Sagi. SR 
BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


FERERS— JME CREAT EDROPYs 
|v EMO ae (MPSON'S SPECIFIG 


Da. J. B. Simvacn’s Srecimic Meniuise 
positive cure for Bpermatorries, Imp. 

Weakness, and all diseases resulting from 

Abuse, as Nervous Debility, Irritability, 

tal Anxiety, Languor, Lassitude, Depreas!o 
Spirits and Functional Derangements of 
Maxtoca system genorally, Pains in back or 
Low of memory : 
Premature Olid 
Age and diseases 
that lead to Con 
sumption, Insan- 
ity, and an early 
ave, or both, 
o matter how 
shattered thosys 
tem may be from excesses of any kind, » short 
course of this Medicine will restore the lost funo- 


* 


before was cerceneaey and gloom, The Spe- 
ciflo Medicine is being used with wonderful suc- 
cess. Pamphlets sent free to all, Write for 
them and get full particulars, 

Price, Specific, $1.00 per package, or aix 4 

on for $5.00, Will be neat by mall on receip’ 
of mongy. Address all ceders, 

NORTHRUP & LYMAN, 
Toronto, Wholesale Agents. 
Sold in Belleville by Jas, Clarke & Co, [daw 


about $1,000,000, 


The Deseronto NavigationCo, 


10% 
M. H. Gauut, Esq., M.P., R. Macavray, (LIMITED.) 
Vice-President, Manage ¢ mom 
W. T. McINTYRE, GEN RAL AGENT, BELLEVILLE. aa ere | bea 
1881 eat 188 
ae ent ee 


HE Steamers of this Company will, from 
T oponing until close of Season, or further 
notice, ran about as under : 

Napanee and Deseronto Line, 
By Steamer “ Pilgrim.” 
Leayo Napanee at 6a. m., 9am., 1.15 p.m 


\e business will be heard and finally disposed Close. Delwered, aod Sie "30 p. Ree ea 7,30 am. 
of. +» 3.80 p. .45 p, 
Appeals only against the assessment for 11:00am, 6:05p.m. | Pleton, Deseronto, Belleville & 
1882 will be heard at this Court. 9:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. <enton Line, 
its which all ptrsons are required to take a0 p.m. ope p-m. By Steamer “ Deseronto ” 
notico. 5 .™m, a.m, 2 * 
By order of the Court, f 9:00 : m, 7:30 a.m. Teave Picton at 6 a. m., Thompson's 6,30 
R. NEWBERY, Roblin’s 6.45, Heogh’s 7, Deseronto 7,20 
City Clerk. . : sees 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. | Northport 8.15, Big d 8:45, Belleville 10, 
are tA Monie, Burnbrae & Brinkworth, on Monday, Wednesday & Frida: 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. | Rednerville 10:30, Arrive at Tronton 11 
Fi: WALLbRIDGE on Tuosday, Thursday, and Saturday ......... ++» 7:00am, 56:00p.m. | 5, m. 
By S FADE REYELLY: Amelia as oop Wier, Rossmore, daily.. 1:00p.m. 10:00 a.m, inate Trenton mae p pe ae 
Of the Court of Revision for the City of Belle- and Vootton, Y, Thursday, and Saturday........  1:00p-m. 10:00am, | Belleville3, Big 3:45, 0! port 4:30, 
villo for the year 1882 will Me the ee aaton Molvile pera eno PRI Heth & Friday....... 1:00pm. 10:00am. Deaeronvo 5:30, Hough's 6, Roblin’s 6:15, 
the year 1881, y , y, untingdon, Foxboro, daily .... .... F er p.m. beni noch Thompson's 6:20. Arrive at Picton 7:30Jp. m. 
Members of the Court of Revision. | @4000, per B. & N. H.R,........-00.-06+ Fite Be beteenensens 4 1509 ma ais nies aes eae ova 
Ald. St. Charles, Chairman ; Mevsrs, Far- BRIDGEWATER, Roslin, Plainfield, Thomasburg, Tweed, Chapman, BY STEAMER “ARMENIA.” 
ley, Holden, Diamond, Lingham, Henderson, Se a poco candaen Chop OPE wees valeitenate +e++»  1:00p.m, 12-00 noon, On Tussdavie Thazedawe und Hated * will 
Frost, { 3 oira ani ie on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday .. 1.00 p.m. ‘12:00 noon, 1 D ne a te y’ Lerten ch = 
Assessora for 1882 aro hereby notified to be | $000, Bogart, and Fuller, on Tuesday and Friday ..... terse 1:00 p,m, 12:00 noon, | eave Bath 10, Anes Island 11, Kings 
in attendance, Sidney Crossing, Wednesday and Saturday.... 8 Ponta seseese 1:00pm 10:00am. | 6:45 5m, 10, rst ’ 
Brivis Mars close as follows :—per Canadian line (via Quebec) ton 12:30 p.m., Gananoque 2:30, Clayton 4, 
By order of the Court, Gvéry Friday atiis.ts,.. sence eee sescsecevsrrestvessers 9:00 p.m. Alexandris Bay 5:0, Brockville 3, Erescott 9, 
R. NEWBERY, —_| Via New York, Saturday and Monday.....----+sscssssesscce. , 9:00 bom, ahr, froth ct AE OM 
JAMES Sr, CHARLES, City Clork, P. . 50, per 4 oz. by each route. Registration foe, 50 On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will 
Chairman, Moxar Onpxna gran ak pa al | Money Order oitiona is Canada, United States, Great Britain, soe Ea r Io Ree SE er te 
——————— noe Exiwa ‘oun d, ani in, : BS O20, , f+ 
C ITY D R UJ rr ST0 R F Daroatrs reoaived, under the regulations of tho Post Office Saviigs’ Bank, between tha hours si fees 115, ome aude ington 
of 9 a.m. and 5 p,m, :30, Amherst Island 4:45, bed 3 
= 4 Roglstered Lettors mast be 20 minutes before the olose of each mai), 8 arriving at Deseronto the same evening at 
Office hours, 7,30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., Sundays excepted “ CONNECTIONS 
ae FORBIGN POSTAGH. i Trenton—With Prince Ei: rd Rail: d 
Canada having beon admitted into the Postal Union, there is a re-arrangementof Postal —With Prince Ewa way ani 
A SUPPLY OF rates, as follows :— Grand Trunk Railway. Belleville—With 


For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Icoland, 
Groat Britain and 


ST. JACOB'S OL 
JUST RECEIVED. 


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S hereby given that the line of the Toronto 
and Ottawa Railway runs throngh the 
counties of Peterborough, Hastings ana Ad- 
dington, of which and books of reference 
relating ereto have been fyled according to 
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Dated 22nd June, A. D., 1881. 
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Chiet Engineer T, & O. R’y. 
JOSEPH GRAY, 
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i Owners of Steam Boilers, 


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loville, 


TENDERS WANTED. 


4 picabe-te, for tho following supplios for 
the Police Force : 


Irish Friezo Gyercoats and Water- 
proof Capes, Boots, and 
Winter Pants, 


For further partioulars apply to tho Chiof 
of Police, 

Tondors rocoived up to the 4th Novombor, 
A.D, 1881, and to be addressed to the undor- 
signed, 

R. NEWBERRY, 
Clerk to the Commissioners, 


Belleville, Oct, 27, 1881. dtd | 922 


mang tters, Dn r 
4 conts for 4 oz. Books &o,, 4 cents for 4 oz, Other Registration fees, 10 cents, 


INOTICH 


NHOS, FULLER & Co, havo removed their 
Blook, opposite the Upper Bridgo, Belleville, 
70 


$ 72a 


Tavs & Co., Augueta,Maine, 


ar Malta, Montenegro } 
t. 


Bahamas, | Dembroke At 
it! 


R, 0. CARTER, A\ 

General Offices, 
ent by stamp in all cases i 
i. AL MEACHAM, Descrouto, 9th May, 1881 t d&w, 


Postmaster. 
HASTINGS 


LOAN AND INVESTMENT < OCIETY 
BELLEVILLE, ONT. 
JAPITAL. $250,000. 


Mox=s TO LOAN on Farm or City prop- 
i erty, at lowest current rates, 


Payments can be made to fall due at any 
season of the year to suit borrowers. No de 
lay in obtaining the money beyon! the time 
necessarily employed in the investigation of 
titles, 


Mortgages Purchased. 


Savings Bank Department. 
Four PER CENT interest allowed on Depos- 
its. No notice required of withdrawal. 


Ovrice—Front Street, between City Hal 
and Bridge Street, 
Straight loans at 7 per cent, No fines 


No commissions, 
J, P, CO, PHILLIPS, 
Manager. 


224d&wlyr 


erences tion Free, For the 

ina! e 

proniht ox by discretion or excess, Any Druggist 
f its. Address ? 

ta VIDSON a CO.. 7S Nassau St., Ne¥ 


’ 


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woz 


CH ar 


‘ooyad [yyoxy yo ydyooor mo ssosppH Luv 02 pyya yee 


~x 


S MADESFROM THE 
BEST SELECTIONS | 
lasik 
S FLUE CURED 
be) OLD 
D VIRGINIA | I 
DLEAF.| 


S 


opew O18 PFLISUVOIO™~ *HI 


GLOBE TOBACCO C0,, 


LETROIT, Micu,, and WINDSOR, Oxr 


PAPER BAGS 


ye Se 
Wrapping Paper, 


Twines, 
Inks, 
Envelopes, 
Stationery, &c- 
—ar— 


Lazier’s Paper Store 


ROBERTSON BLOCK 


perday at home, Sam- 
as cha al 


David B. Robertson, 


HAS resigned the Sooretaryship of 
the Grand Junotion Railway Company, 
will devote his whole attention to the practice 
of his profession in all its branches, 

Orricr—No. 4 Post Office Blook, Biidgo 
Strost, Belloville, Ont. 


goxoq o[dmus o10omr 1O0MyY ‘gGdIL MZAMY Waive cue 


anomya 20 Wr 


for over twenty years, ; 


and is the best preparation 
ever invented for RESTOR- || 
ING GRAY HAIR TO ITS 
YOUTHFUL COLOR AND 
LIFE. 


It supplics the natural 
food and color to the hair 
glands without staining the 
skin, It wail increase and 
thicken the growth of the 
hair, prevent ite blanching 
and falling off, and thus 
AVERT BALDNESS, 


It cures Itching, Erup- N. R—Mr, R. has been appointed 1] 
@| tions and Dandruff Aso hereof the Landed Banking Lean thon 
HAIR DRESSING It is very 0) special l 
desirable, giving tho hair a Lares Pr, ype Fig ba Morten, 
silken softness which all bought and sold 


admire. It keeps the head 
clean, aweet and healthy. 


A. G. NORTHRUP. 
Issuer of Marriage Licences, 


Orricn, Sums Hart, Bauusyrius. 
185? 


BURTON'S 


ALL HEALING TAR 
GLYCERINE SOAP 


BUCKINGHAMS Dyp 


WHISKERS 


will change the beard to a BROWN or 


BLACK at discretion, Being in one Oe ira Dintanen of the SRR 
preparation it Ja eaally applied, and Y tho hands soft ann em 


mm Aak for BURTON'S} 
by A. SAVAGE & SONS, 17 St, 
ontreal 


produces @ permanent color that will 
not wash off, 
PREPARED BY 


R, P, HALL & CO,, NASHUA, NW, H, 


Sold by all Dealers in Medicine, 


‘INWOTION. | 


Wholesale 
John Stroot, 


—_—_—_—_—_—_—_—_—_——_——ooo—————————S———S—S—S—S——_— 
Intolltgencer Printing and Pub- 
lishing Company (Limited), 


J, O, Jamrmson Gro, EK, Rurp, 
Prealdent. | Treasurer, 


HE Treasurer fs the only person antho 
ined to reoslve moneys for th Oompany 
and t recelpts for the samo, 
‘all 
ments 


Notes, Oh ues, and other Doog 
oa the Company, will require 
the of 
Renatire tee, Pretest satin ¢ 


office from G, T, R, Depot to the Masonio 
T, FULLER & Co, 


7 k. $12aday at home easily 
Costly ott tree. Address 


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VOL. 15; 


SUMMER. | 
ALLAN LINE 


loge = ARS ak 
oe Seo a 
RD 4 
SS ee 3 


STEAMSHIPS, 


To AND FROM 


ow. 


first-olasd Clyde-built iron steamships 
of the Allan line, (carrying the Canadian 
despatched 


and United States Mails,) will 
as follows:— * 

SAILINGS FROM QUEBEC: 
POLYNESIAN, - - - 


SSI, 


SERVIGE, 


29th Oct. 


John J. B, Fiint, 
OLICITOR for Bank of Commerce, 
Campbell Stroot. f 
rata. No cbargos for commission, 


Dougall & Fatkiner, 
| payer amc and Attorneys, 
Fublio. Ofigo—Nos, 1, 2, 3 
Campbell St., Belldville, Ootario, 
A, R. Doveart, QC, 


William N. Ponton, M.A., 


ARRISTER, Attornoy, Solicitor in Chan- 


Liv ool, Londonderry, and Baw Convoyanoor, &o, 
erp Glasg y 


Office Blook, Belleville, Loans negotiated. 
Edward G, Ponton, 
BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. 
Officoo in Gordon Block, Front St. 
Monoy to loan at lowest rates 


sum of private funds on hand at six por cent., 
atraight loan, no commission, 24d 


BARDINTAN 50 abies pu Sth Nbr) eS GIBAON, BA, MLD. OM. 
PERUVIAN, f 7 j ¢ 2 ; 4 19th “Cie ATE House Surgeon of Kingston Genoral 
SARMATIAN, : - 8h Hospital. Graduate of Quoen’s Univer- 


RATES OF PASSAGE : 

From Belleville vin Quebes:—Cabin accords 
ug to position of stato-room, $79.80, $39.80, 

Intermodiato, with first-class Railway Faro, 


$i7. 
Stoerago with first-class Railway Fare, $33. 
Return Tickets at reduced ai! 4 


S' passonzora aro booked to London, 
Brintol, Gaff, aeons: , Derry and Glas- 
ve 


) rpoo! 
onc © n acgompanics cach 
Persons ~~ ‘bend for their frionds can 
obtain ertificates at lowest rates from 
Haglan Treland or Scotland, to aay place in- 


The last train oonneotiag at Quoboo with 
the Allan Mail Stoamor leayo Belleville 
every “ridaystnoon, = 

P. ra oan also leave by tho midnight 
train on Fridays, and connect with the steam- 
erat Se hee extra fare, $4.45, 
Queboo to Rimo ) as 

For tickets and every information, apply 


v. E. THOMPSON, 
__ Agent, Belloyille, 


FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. 


ALEXANDRA, 
Carram Surrz, 
until further notice, leave Belle- 
ville every Saturday evening and 
Kingston 8 o’olock Monday evening, down- 
Returning, leaves Kingston at six o'clock 
Saturday morning for Ports, 
Exoursion tickets at lowest rates to Portland, 
Orchard Beach, White and 
oa the lower St. Lawrence,Interovlonial 
way, and seaside resorts. For farther in- 
fame apply tothe Captain on Board or 


' W.H. CAMPBELL, 
Belleville, May 8rd, 1881, 


2 = val al 


The Steamer “ VARUNA, ‘ 


sity. Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Office 
Dafoo House Block. dew 


J, E. Eakins, M. D, 
RADUATE of Toronto Univoraity, Licen- 
tiate of the Royal Colloge . of Surgoons, 
and Licentiate of tho Royal College of Phyasic- 
ians, Edinburgh, Olice and residence corner 
Hote! and Church Streets, Belleville. 


A. W PONTON, 
(pee LAND SURVEYOR, Boelle- 

yille. Office in the Gordon Block, near- 
ly over Overell’s Book Store, 


BELL & BIGGAK, 
ARRISTERS, Attornoys, &0. Orrices— 
Corner of Bridge and Front Streets, 
Belloville, Ontario. 
Joun Betr, Q. C. W. #H. Braga, — 


BLAIR & HOUGH, 
) Barret &o., offices: No. 4 Ashley 
Block,over Canadian Bank of Commerce; 
Front St. Bolleville, 
HUGH BLAIR, J, STANLEY HOUGH. 
N. B.—Private money to 19 at 7 per cent. 


Ronertson & Thomas, 
PARR zEBE. &o. |... Office—Robertson 
Block, cast side of Front Stroot, Bollo- 
Ville, Ont. he 
Avex, Ronertson, 


J, PARKER Tuomas, 


Detaney & Ostrom, 
Besar. Attornoys, oto,, oy eet h 


Peterson & Peterson, 
| Bese Attornoys-at-Law, Solioi- 
tors in Chancery, Insolvenoy, and Mo- 


chanios’ lion casos, Convo 0. , &o. 
Head Office Sbitier Bridge aad Front Sts, 


Belleville. 
Branch office O'Flynn’s Black, Madoo. 
A. M. Parzrson; B, ©. W. Parersox,B, A. 


Geo. D. Dickson, Q-,, 


ARRISTER, ‘&o.," "Post Office Blook, 
all’ B Bridgo Street, Rolloville, 


Sam'l. 8S, Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Ohaa 
, Conveyancer, £0,’ Orriou—No. 4, 


cory, 
Graham’s Block, entranoo from Campboli 


Agent, | Street, Boelloville, Ont, ; d&w tf 
okw John J, Farley, M.D. 
( FFIOCE and Reaidenco,—Front Strost, 
over Carmichael’s Drug Store. 
Dr, 4. James" 


AS removed his office to his residenoe, 
Ohuroh Street, near the Kingston 


VB late Mraatoo oe Peace aes ik ADDON 
i leave Poin, ang * ott, M. D., 
Y days até o' at RADUATE of Quoon’s Universit d 
ames pedal pene Eatecon thertisel ot momber of the Olilegeof Ps bei oe 
the Bay and Picton, leaving Belleville at 8 a. Surgeons of Ontario. O¥rron—In Robertson's 
nm. leave Picton at 1 p.m. on’ return for | New Biook, Wost Front Stroot,’ next to 
ee of the Bay; leaving Belleville at 4:30 | Mechanios Institute, Bolloville. d158 
Omnibuses in waiting at Picton and Belle- Evans & Kolgor, 
Pte ay FS ROVINCIAL LAND SURVHYORS 
BOE et, baled | eease ene eh ep 
: : A onts, 0o— on , 
P. F, MoOUAIG, Agent, Picton. Stroot, Bellovilfo. Surveying at all 18 
May 21, 881, d&w in any part of Ontarlo promptly 
attended to. Drawings, Speoifications, ko, 


= _ 


G. CRAWFORD, MASTER, 


wi leave Belleville oyory . morning 
Saturdays and cto 4 promod) at 
6 o’ calling at intermodiate po 
wa: 
aerate will leave Kin for Belloville 
and Intermediate ports at 4:30 p.m. P 
Tho ‘‘Horo” connocts at with the 


G. T. R. going East and West; the Royal 
Mail line of steamers for Montreal, Toronto 
and Hamilton ; the ferry steamors for Cape 
Vipoont, and steamers for Rideau Canal and 


wa. 
For furthor information to 

Ww. BOAMPBELL. 
Belloville, May 6, 1881. d&iw 


MANHOOD 


HOW LOST, HOW. RESTORED! 


We have recently published a now 
edition of Dr. Oulverwell’s Oele- 
on the radical and per- 


Easy, clearly domonstratos,from thirty yoars’, 


sucocasful practioo, that alarm! conse- 
Fetes ey Us tacioally cured without the 
erous ose of Interna medicine or tho 


cation of the knife ; pointing out a mode 

cure st once almple, certain and offectual, 
by moans of which overy sufforor, no matter 
what his condition may bo, may oure himsol 
cheaply, privately and radically, 

e@Thia Leotare should bo in the hands of 
ip? youth and every man in the land, 
Address 


THE OULVERWELL MEDICAL Co,, 


41 Ann St., NowYork 
Post Office box 4686. HOly 


RIVER SIDE MEAT MARKET. 


ARTIES wishing to purchase good meat 
at fair prices, would do well to call atthe 
Riverside Moat market. All kinds of Frosh 
and Salt Moats kept constantly on hand, 
W. H. GHARY, 
1 Wanted. Big Pay, Light 
Work. Oonstant em ie 
AGENT ment. No capital of 
¥ S.uue Law & Oo,, Montreal, Quebeo, 
66 awook [no your own town, Torms 
and $6 outtit freon, Addrows H 
Auer & Co,, Portland, Maine, 


Sepeeeiond prepared saa reteee appliod for. 
Joux D. Evans, Tos, O, Berar, 
PL. 8., 0. EB. & AY P, 1.8, 


BANKING. OFFIGE 


U. £ THOMPSON, 


Bares Sreevr, Beiiavitis, Ont. 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 


Bought and Sold, 


Doporslts rocelved, subject to withdrawal 
without notice and Intorest allowed. 


e RUPTURE 
Chas. Cluthe’s 
Pat SpitalTru-s 


S yon cone or Rorruns. 


ENrTIme.y NEW PRINCIPLE 


Nothing better and more substantial under the 
gun! If you are ruptured or deformed send 
for book on Burroune syp Homaw Frame, by 
Chas, Cluthe. Best information of a life-long 
study., Natural mechanical advantage 6; 18 
years’ material experience and best tools mon. 
ey can buy, made him porfect master of his 
profession. Will visit as follows. Oome early 
Don’t wait for tho last hour, 
Late of Hamilton, CHAS OLUTHE. 
1184 fig St. West, Toronto; Ont, 
WILL VISIT 


PETERBOROUGH, Choat House, Oct. 6th, 
KFLLEVILEE, Anglo-American Hotel, 
Oct. 7th and 8th. 


PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN, 


S800 cat. Oharzorlow. ‘No Com: 


miszaton, 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barristore, &o,, 
Malleville and Madoo 
Ane 18 (ann Alw 


BYE, FAR AND THROAT 


D* G. 8, RYERSON, L.R.C,P, and 8, E 
Leoturor on Eyo, Far and Throat, Trio 
ity College, Toronto, and Sargoon to Moroor 
Kyo and Kar Infirmary, lato Olintoal Aasistan, 
oorfleld’s Kyo Hospital, London, Kngland, 
and Central London Throat and Kar Howpital’ 
$17 Charoh Stroot Toronto, will visit Bolle 
ville, professionslily, on Saturday, Deo, Loh 


Office, 
Monoy to loan at lowest 


Notaries 
3 and 4 


N. B, Pavicryer, 


Office, No, 3, Post 


A amall 


2 —_ 


LET THERE BE 


Of Livorpool and London. 
FIRE AND LIFE. ' 


Japital - - > 
Surplus . . . 


OES a goneral Insurance 


pany. 
FORBES & MUDGE, 
Montroal, Chiof Agonts for Canada, 
R. NEWBERY. 
Ayont for Bolloville 


| Good News for the Multitude. 


BELLEVILLE ONT 
Business Divectorp, | QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY | 


#10,000.000 


HARMONY IN THINGS ESSENTIAL —LIBERALITY IN THINGS NOT KS8ENTIAL—or 


ARIO  WoERa-EB By, 


CLOTHING HOUSE, 


—THE— 


GIANT CLOTHIERS, 


CHOIGE FLOUR.VERY CHEAP. |G34 FRONT. ST,, 


| oe Guelph Patent Procean Mlouring Mills 
will open a Ketail Storo in the 


Masonic Block, Belleville, 


opposite the Upper Bridge, 
Those mills aro situated iu tho beat whoat 
growing section of Ontario, and flour mado in 
them cannot be surpassed, if equaled, in Can- 


a. 

All salos guaranteed to givo ontire satisfac. 
tion, and will be sold choapor than any equal- 
ly good flouranywhore, Try asample lot and 
xoo what good flour is, 


Swat THOS. FULLER & OD. 


I TANEY’S TRADE MANUAL —Prac- 
tical books for practical men—fresh, 
fall, reliable and cheap.—Pnintor, 50cts. Oar- 
ter, 60. Watchmaker and Jeweler, 50, 
rniture and Oabinet Finisher, 50, Dyer 
and Scourer, 60. Artist, 60. Baker, 50, 
Candymaker, 50. Soapmaker, 25. Gilder, 
60. Horseshoer, 25, Authorship, 50. Wood- 
engraver, 250, Of booksellers, or by mail, 
TESSE HANEY & Co. 119 Nassau St,,N.Y, 


VINEGAR, 
VINEGAR. 


FOR 


TABLE, and 
PICKLING USE. 


English Mait Vinegar, 
French Wine Vinegar, 
Charlton’s Vinegar, 
PURE OLDER VINEGAR. 


WALLBRIDGE & CLARKE, 


Gnocrns aNp Worn MERouAnts.. 
37 & 39 Bridge Street 
July 27th, 1881, 


JOHN J. SHEA, 


GITY BILL POSTER 


AND DISTRIBUTOR. 


#£@ Ordors by Post Offico or Printing Offices 
will be promptly attended to. 


YOUNG & BROTHER, 
Kareem eee 


AND 
BRONZE STAND LAMPS; 


And wholesale dealora in Coal Oil Lamps, 

Globes, Shades, Chimnoys, Wioks and Burners 

17 John Street North, Hamilton. 

d for Illustrated Cataloguc and price 

st. All ordera by mail will rocelye promp?> 
tion. »  180dlyr 


atten 


HAVE YUU TRIED 
THE LI-QUOR TEA YET ? 


The Li-Quor Tea Co., 


OF LONDON, ENGLAND, 


The largest and best Packet ‘ea Co, in the 
world. Tho buyer of 


Every Three Pounds of Tea 


Will bo presented with 


A HANDSOME VOLUME | 


Chosen from our oatsloguc, which inolades 
upwards of 800 distinct volumes, Stand- 
ard Authors. 


Price of Tea 60, 70 & 80 cts. 
Per Pound. 


It is not necessary to purchase tho throo 
pounds at onoo, as a Voucher is printed on 


Each Half Pound Packet. 


Call and see .our splendid sssortmont of 
booke, and procure a cataloguo. 


J. G. REYNOLDS, 


Booksellor & Statloner, Bridge St., 
135d6m Ayont for Belleville, 


OYSTERS. 
OYSTERS, 


THE CITY BAKERY, 


JAS. WALLACE. 


Sopt, 20th, 1881, 


BHLLEVILLE. 


, 


DON'T FAL TO SEE OUR 


IMMENSE FALL STOCK, 


50 Cases of Clothing and Fur- 
nishings, Just to Hand. 
Union na 7a A 
Twood, Tweed, 
Oak Hall pone Tweed, pee 
MEN’S SUITS, dian Tweed, Worsted 
Diagonal. 


Union Tweed, Oana. 

Oak Hall dian Tweed, Scotch 

BOYS’ SUITS. Twood, Fancy Tweed, 
and Diagonal, 


Oak Hall A falllins dheaper than 
vor, 
CIULDREN’s SUrts, mitt 


Black Beavor, Biowa 
aver, Fino Diagonal, 
Oak Hall Scotch Tweed, Supor- 
Men’s Ovencoats, fiae Disgonal, Fall 
Tweeds, 


Oak Hall Beaver, Naps, fad gt 


Yourn’s Overcoats, 


Oak Hall Naps and Tweeds, 


_ Men's ULsrers, 


Oak Hall 


Youru’s ULsters, 


Oak Hall Naps and Tweeds. 


Boys’ Unsrers. 


Oak Hall Grey and Bluo Napa. 


Cattpren’s Utsters, and Hudson Bays. 


Oak Hall ric and aie 


Mun’s Pants. 


Oak Hall 


Boys’ Pants, 


Oak Hall 


Fut Croru Pants, 
Oak Hall 
Nuw Corn Surrs, 


Oak Hall aa Varioty. 


Coats--V ests, 


Oak Hal 


GUERNSEYs. 


Oak Hall *iy.ceenuiac” 


Napy and Tweeds, 


200 pairs. 


Plain Greys and 
Cheoks, 


Plain Grays and 
Checks. 


Cotton, Union, Merin», 
all Wool, Canadian 
and Scotch, 


Draweas, and Scotch. 
Nalr Tal Home Mado, Hand 
Oak Hal Knit, Factory Knit, 

Merino, \‘otton, Lamb's 


Socks. 


Wool, 


Home Made, Factory 
Oak Hall Union, Blues, Groys, 
FLANNEL Surera, Plaids. 


Oak Hal 


Dress Siuirts: 


Oak Hall Linen Faced, Pure Lin- 


en, Leading Makes, All 


Colored and White all 
prices and qualitios, 


CoLLARs, Styles. 
5 Anjlomer a0 aod FEnd- 
Oak Hal leas Varioty. 
Neck Tis. 


Cashmero, Whits and 
Oak Hall Coloured, Woollen, 
Murr.terrs, Heavy Knitted, 


Oak Hall Kid, Calf, Buck, 


Mirrs & Guoves, 


Oak Hal 


Hats & Cars. 


Oak Hall Soal, Agi day 


Winter Cava, 


Oak Hail 


BRACES, 


Oak Hall trea tinos, Terkey 


Haxpkercuiers, Red, Fancy Bordors, 


Oak Hal 


Almos, Scotch, Cloth, 
Brown Folt, Black Felt, 
Drab Felt, 


100 Dozon, 


Studs, Collar Buttons, 


Sloovo § Stade, Fall 
Novevriea, Sets, Pins, Armlots, 
o., &o., 

Oak Hall] perms coats to $1.25, 
OVERALLS, 

O k H i "Browa Duck, Blue 

a a Duck, Brown Drill, 

Sours, Blue Drill, Cottoande. 


Tho Cheapost spot op earth for Clothing 
and Furnishings, Don't fail to inspoot bofore 
purchasing, tho 


IMMENSE FALL STOCK | 
OAK. HALL, 


834 Krone Srreer, 
Bellovillo, 


rr 
QOK FER THE | 


GIANT SIGN | 
%000,000' CL AK HALL, 


Business, and 
prs as undoubted soourity, and Ineures 
at as low rates as any other first class Com- 


1ARITY IN ALL. 


~+—-- — 


NOVEMBER @ 1891 A 


_ NO. 156 


te, X Af Tooland and Spitzberyen for the di ‘a. ° LSE 
i eae! phe tion of the c Salteee nat Ps Sollnooa ares Wha aunjoy Life, 
(Ley Bey - | fauna and flora was mado at the latter place. ta truly beautifal world wo live in! 


Ax far as practical observations wero slso 
} takon of tho temperataro of the goa. Tho 
health of the crew ix the north was excellent, 
| and no complaints of any kind were hoard. 
son leaving Norfolk last Jane until her ar- 
rival here to-day, only 22 days wito spent in 
Ireland, Fors by the Alliance. Upon hor, retura to 
nanan aa a ~ ' ! ow York, for which piace shoe will leave 
ie fox bunting expenditure of Ireland ig | Sbout Sunday, the ship will be ré-<(jnippod 


joyment. We can dosiro no bette 
perfect health ; but how often do the masjorign 
of people feel like giving it up dis’ 
and Out with desease, 
when thero is no occasion for this feeling, as 
easy obtain datisfacto 
proof that Green's Angus Flower will minke 


anily Sutelliqencer. 


reckoned as amounting in the sggrogate to | as a regul eof “| thom as free from 4 as when 
ab ut 42,5 10,000 5 ¥ ae Tole Mr. Patnoll | sar a5 Ben ithe battesy, oto, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint in the ei 
as nOW stopped go far as he can, The Canada Pacific, F - ylive por cent of such mal. 
Ata Land League convention in Kilkenny, . ai as Slcasness, ndlgestlon, Bik Head. 
8 rosolution Was passed to covfine the privilege | PROGRESS OF CONSTRUCTION ON THE NATIONAL t tiveness, ervous Prostration, 
of fox-bunting ia the county to those gentle. HIGHWAY, ve nahigiah oth mene of pire Hoad, Palpitation of the 
men who bad not sought coercion, or vho| = Throo d of rea Fi ng symptoms, 
had uot made themeslycs obnoxious to the|" The following will give » falr idea how the | wonderful effect. aaipeis tenia Gas Rie rd 


poopie Try it. 
A Brilsh Well Applied 

and previously moistened with SOZODONT 
removes the defacing evidences of neglect 
from the teeth and tightens them in their 
sockets. If the broath has aropellant smell, 
the article substitutes for that, its own ploas- 
ant aroma. Shrunken and inflamed gams 
are restored to health by its use, and canker 
of the mputh cured, Systemin the use of 
Lm acorn “ se op other promoters of 
but the Geantest in *Avply none 


construction of the OC. P. Kt. is progressing in 
tho Province of Manitoba ;— 2 : 


A torriiie incident has taken place at Wed. ‘ 
Duriny the month of Soptembor there was 


nesbury. ‘he body of Sergeant Bates, while 
lying ata public house awaiting the inquest, | graded an average of over three milos por day 
Was catou by rate, The Wednesbury ssutary | Of road-bed, or an aggregate of 95 miles dur- 
autioritios reforred to the matter asa disgrace | 44 the month, From the L9th of Octobor to 
to any civilized country. | th» 24th—five days—ap ayorage of nearly two 
The London 7'ablet (Roman Catholic) says | Re por day was reached, Un the 22nd of 
that among the town populations in Ireland | Pip tanis the track had been laid 16 miles wost 
théro is bitter vomplhiat that by the Land 18h + iste whoro a siding was constructed, 
League movement everything has been done | ok the fing weather continue another 
for the tarmore and nothing for them, The Gok, tho rails will be down almost as far as 
tradesmen fiad their ocoupation gone. ateareskinnen; } On <y air line, ej bt miles 
Some strange econes occurred at the oxecu- | end of tho line aarestnors es Sale 
Hon of writsin Monaghan, A company of 50 | Prairie, ‘The radin; aient ae ele =e 
soldiora and 100 police accompanied the Sheriff completion on the int eA late »Ppr 4 
tos place called Mullsghmore, As they 4p- | the remaining 25 mila OF t iat nid 
proaobed tho place horns begin to be Powe in’ amplo dims for neo yet Ais we PS 4 
aud threatening crowds to zathor. The roads| Take iy being brid ed’ with Tilesb idges 
were out up in several places, Tho arrival of | which will be read vo use bi iby Sie a 
the soldiore, however, awed the Fowles who | laying on the ala comploted The ee 
Rave way, Tho farm of the defaulting tenant graph line between Winnipeg and Brandon 


18 10 operation, and the telegraph men are 
following close upon the heels of the tracklay- 
cre beyond. The construction of a telegraph 
line on the Air Line will also be vigerously 
proceeded with. It is to bo ready for use the 
moment the direct line is open for traffic, 
Tho ©. P, RK, Company are also busy putting 
up snow fences in the immediate vicinity of 
deep cuts along the line, to guard against pos- 
sibls obstructions to traffic in the event of 
there being hoavy snow storms during the 
coming winter, Mqnally satisfactory progress 
has becn made on the south-western branch 
of the C. P. R. 

The ing on the southern branch from 
Suuggler’s Point at the international bound- 
ary to Scratching River is about completed, 
Between the Scratching Riyer and the Assini- 
boine 15 miles have been graded at the south- 
orn end, and other low marshy spots are ex- 
pected 10 be #0 far advanced as to. pave the 
way for the completion of the grading, of this 
division early in the spring. From Winnipeg 
to the Assiniboine gradiog is jast about com- 
pleted, and it is not improbable that the track 
may yet be laid on this section this fallahould 
the weather be at all propitious for any length 
of time. The principal Ges to be spanned 
aré the Scratching, Stinking, Dead Horee,and 


As Aloohol, Tobacco, Opiam, Indian Hom 
Chloroform, Hashish Absinthe, &,, orien 
the good effects of Fellows’ Hypophosphites, 
so Fellows’ Hypophoaphites is an antidote 
against all these narcotics and sedatives, and 
will restore to health such as have been in 
jured by them, 


was soized id cach case, 


_ A strange termination of a meoting has 
just occurred at Knuiskillen, Some of the 
the Marquis of Fly’s tenantry oonyened a 
mecting to presont him with an address, 
thauking him for giving a liberal reduction of 
20 per cont. on the halt year's rent due, At 
the appointed time a large number of tenants 
attended, Instead, however, of agresing to 
sign the address, the majority objected, say- 
ing they wore rack-rented and should get 30 
per cent. reduction, and the rents reduced 
also, Great disorder prevailed, and the moot- 
ing had to be dissolved amid uproar and with- 
out an address being signed, 


Captain Hartopp, Master of the Kilkenny 
hounds in Iroland, has discharged all his 
grooms, servants, and stable boys and gone to 
Kogland. ‘The cause of his resigaation of the 
mastorship is attributed to recent resolutions 
of thelocol Land Leagne branches prohibition 
fox hunting in the county. The estima 
lose to the town by the withdrawal of the 
hounds is $50,000. In. consequeuce of the 
action of the Irish farmers in preventing Lord 
Waterford from hunting, he intends to close 
his fa tory at Kilmacthomas and to break up 
his establishment at Curraghmere, taking his 
horses and hounds to Hogland. 


‘Mast say it’s the nicest thing I ever used 
for tho teeth and breath,” says everyone hay- 
ing tried ‘‘Txangrny,” the new toilet gom. 
Get a five cent sample. 


4 ~ Assiniboine; the latter will be o by a 
The inau ural meeting of the ‘‘ Robert Em- " : i 
~) : permanent structure, the material which RAZI 
met” Branch of the Land League was to havo |’ will be placed on the ground during the win- babe a5) 
been held a few bights ago in Usher's quay. | tor while the other streams will be crossed The New Compound, its wor- 


dertul affinity to 1% Dizostivo 
fpparatus'and the Liver, inc=ac- 
ing the dissolving jaicos, reer 
iniy almost instantly the d-cadt=! 
iesults of Dxsnopsis, Endircesticn, 
an- tho 1OREIO LIVER, msiees 
Zonesa an overy day nccessity <2 
levery houso. 

ltacts gontly and sneedil7 ?n 
Billousness, Costivenoss, Boac- 
acze, Sick Heacackeo, Distross a 
té> Lating, Wind on the Stomac/:, 
Heartburn, Fains in the Sico cud 

ioci, Want of Appetito, Want otf 
E:a-cy, Low Spirits, Foul Stom- 
ac. It invigorates the Liver, car 
ries offall surplus bile, reguia*os 
the Bowels, and gives tone to the 
whole system, 

Cut this out and tako it to your 
Druggist and getai19 cent Sample, 
ora large bottle for 75 cents, and 
tell your neighbor about it. 


OPENING DAY. 


Wa pleased to intimate the arrival 
and arrangement of our 


Fall and Winter Mil- 
linery, 


direct from the Lonpon, Paris, and New 
York Emporiums of Fashion, 


. 
WE WILL OFFER ON 


Thursday, September 29th, 


4 rich assortment of 


Before the proceedings commenced the room 
was iuddenty entered by some fifteen or twen- 
ty stalwart young men, who requested the 
chairman, in polite but yet menacing tones, to 
have a resolution passed changing the name of 
tho branch, The spokesman of the strangers 
declared that he and his friends would not 
allow the namo of Robert Emmet to be dese- 
crated by being attached toa branch of the 
Land League, The Leaguers objected to alter 
the title of their branch, whereupon the stran- 
gers threw them out of their room, smashed 
the furniture, destroyed the scoretary’a booke, 
took possession of the premisesand turned out 
the gas, 

A few weeks ago, says tho London World, 
an English gontleman, who had bought a largo 
estate ia ove of the islands on the west coast 
of Ireland. who lived there with his wife and 
family the greater part of the year, and spent 
his substanoe among the people, was taken ill 
with bronchitis, and after a short attack, ex- 
pired, to the grief of his widow and children, 
A few days later a boat left for the mainland, 
and happening to pass a ntighboring island, 
whore it was knowa the proprietor was then 
stayicg, the boa: halted immediately under 
the residence, and the crew riting, shouted 
with ons yoice : ““——"’ (mentioning the name 
of the deceased) ‘‘is doad! hurrah! hip, hip 
huriah |” and this was repeated: again and 
again, and tho boat proceeded on its wey. 


by temporary bridges Ties are being pre- 
pared and will be delivered along the line as 
soon as ayailable, ‘The western section, which 
starts from the southern line, some thirteen 
miles north of Smuggler’s Point, rans woster- 
ly almost parallel to the First Correction line 
of the Provincial survey and will if possible 
be graded this year as far as located to the 
Little Pembina River, the one hundred miles 
limit from Winnipeg required under the recent 
bonus by-law granting the company $200,000 
for the construction of this branch. ‘This line 
runs cight miles south of Nelsonville and four 
miles north of Mountain City, passing through 
the Mennomito reserve afd Pembina Moun- 
tain district, two of the most fertile tracts in 
the whole Province of Manitoba. The road 
will pata through Hoffmansfeldt, the largest 
village in the Menuonite reserve, and touches 
the Pembina River a short distance north- 
west of Calf Mountain. Voak & Patterson, 
tho principal contractors on this division 
have five grading machines at work, the soil 
being exceodingly favorable for their use. 
They have already graded twenty-five miles 
of the road, and will complete any marshy 
spots, so that the repalnras i rtions may be 
completed early in epring for the ties 
and tracklaying. The Grand Forks division 
of the St. Paul road, which will effect a juno- 
tion with the C. P, R, at Smugglor’s Point, is 
nearly all graded, and tracklaying has been 
ooeivecictal at the southorn end of the line, 


Mr. Longworth Dames, Q. C., who has re- 
cently inherited extensive estates in the 
County Westmeath, brisging in a rental of 
£20,000 per year, had his firet collection on 
Tuesday in Moate—W. Fetherston, Esq, 
J, P., agent, being present. Mr, Dames, on 
taking posseosion of the estate mansion lately, 
received a perfect ovation at the hands of the 
tenants, and as it was koown that consider- 
able abatements would be mado the rent office 
and the apace in front of it was densely crowd. 
ed. Mr, Dames, addressing his tenants, paid 
he had determined on Aaah his profes- 
sion and residing in the midat of his tenantry. 
Ho would give them au abatement of 4s in 
the pound on the rents dno, and he would 
make porsonal inquiries into the case of every 
tenant, and wheu he foun‘ that there was 
anything like au exorbitant rent or rent which 
the tenant might not with equity bo expected 
to pay, he would havo satisfactory reform in 
stituted, Mr. Damos’ remarks were roccived 
with much favor, and the statement cordially 
and thankfully accepted. Mr. Dames aleo 
remarked that he would not like to seo the 
day that there would hayeto be an eviction 
on his estate. 

—————_—s - a —- 


The Northern Regions. 


Tho golden age—the present—when Ester- 
brook’s popular Steel Pens are within 
the reach of all. The stationora can supply 
them. Robert Miller, Son & Co., Montreal, 
agents. 


—— 8: 


Puttner’s Hmulsion. 

For all wastiog diseases, Scrofula, Nervous 
Exhaustion, Mental Anxiety, Overworked 
Brain, Bronchial and Throat Affections, Con- 
sumption, Asthma, Whooping-Cough, Dia- 
eases of women and children, and 
othors in which Cod Liver Oiland Hypophos- 
phites are so highly and justly valued not 
only by the Medical profession but the public 
generally, Sold everywhere, price 50 conta. 


Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Man- 


Do not »e Deceived tles and Millinery Trimmings, 


In theso times of quack modicine advertise- 
ments everywhoro,it is truly gratifying to find 
one remdy which really docs as recommended, 
Electrio Bitters wo can vouch foras teing a 
true and reliable remedy, and one that will 
do as recommended, They invariably cure 
Stomach and Liver Complaints, Diseases of 
the Kidneys and Uripary difficulties, Wo 
know whoreof we speak, and can readily say 

ive them atrial, Sold at fifty conta a bottle 
by Jas, Clarko & Co, 


Beef and Mutton. 

Let it be understood by the growers of there 
two great staples, that by mixing Harve.w’s 
Conpition Powpsrs with the food of tho 
animals that produce thom, their weight and 
quality aro enhanced twenty por cont, whilo 
their health is kept porfect. Sold eyory- 
whore, 


together with a general assortment of 
Fashionable Dress Goods, 


_R. COSTELLO. 


THE 


“RADIANT HOME” 


AT 


CHOWN'’S, 


361 FRONT STREBT, . 


No TRACE OF THE MISSING ‘' JEANNETTE,” 

Hauax, Noy, 1.—The United States war 
ship Alliance, commander ©. H. Wadleigh, 
which for tho past four months has been orais- 
ing in tho Arctic sons in soarch of the micsing 
exploring ship Jcannelfe, arriyed hore to-day 
on hor way to Now York, having during hor 
absence geen and heard nothing of that vessel. 
On the 16th of last Juno, haying landed her 
battery, keeping only ono simsgll gun for firing 
signals, the Alliance sailed fram Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia, on hor way to tho northern regions, 
touching at St John’s in Nowfoundland, Reik- 
javik in Iéoland, Hamwmorfest in Norway, 
and Spitzborgen, for coal and other nocoa- 
runniog along the ice limits 


Out of Joors! 
Poro air and propor out-door exercise tond 
greelly to the prolonging of life. Live out of 
oors au much ag possiblo, it will hurt no one 
whore propa prevautions aro observed, A 


aorics, In fs : e ‘ 
betweon Spitzborgen and Greenland, Groon honed bed bt on health was in the hab- BELLEVILLE. in 
Harbor and Southgat wore visited. Tho duos fa : owevor bad tho air may bo Oot 11 ’8) 
whole of August andthe half of September P . ‘I ‘ hore it is always worse in tho house,” My . ———————— 
wore spent in cruising under atoam and sail, pose ae thoir lives by too close confine FOR SALE. 
but nota sight was secon, or any tidings mont indoors, ‘To those whore daily employ- HOTEL Hotel, 
obtained, of the Jeannette, The ship managod pe neoossitate being most of tho day in- known as the Roslin ‘THere 
to got nofar north as 80 deg. 10 min., but Dhan! wo would re © sure and keep N, H. M ger ean the we. of Rn fralt 
furthor it was imposniblo to go, tho ioo beiog telat Vogotablo aleamio Wlixir at hand, aitaated 10» of The tel, The 
packed firm, aud imponetrable. Onthe 16th | +0 re oxtromoly liable 0 bo troubled with | 1s about onnection wile of the bost stands 
coughs, colds and lung discasos, and no safer | trees 10 known 00 DS 


Soptomber Hammorfest was again visited, 
ooal was taken in, and tho ship roturned to 


or moro reliablo remedy oan bo takes 
Spitzbergen, making furthor search until the 


It | property Is KAS Oooo tare, appl 
ocoute bat little to try it Rea hotel to oat oulars, apply to tho 


2th, Thoy then proseadad to Roikjavik, ——_———- conta the Jos. G. DOOKSTADER, 
akirting theice pack, aud from there came di. Au t - Proprietor. 
root Hali at} mAkiog the passage in sevou- The mont lia rete @ world on joallds atey 17, 1881. d&wt 
toon days, and oncountering uo loo whateyor | those sufforing D pain ant t —. eS paraitesentinna 
on tho banks of Now‘oundlend, Tho lowe ) Pa orn vonty-five por booty b= 

ntwhich tho thormortar asd. ding ike [tase More hau Sines areamices 67. CAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL 
rat and Ld he f erie! Ary was—23", and | with theao two dis are aiadke, Hapites! THs Hotel has been recently retaken by Mr 
Salat 7 0° » Wien in Svitzborgon, it wae | av nour atomac then of the Hoarty talk Hawny Hooan, the former proprietor, who. 
an i 1 a at pean On tho lst of Sop Costivonoan, 2 (phe quawlog AM tow Skin, has handsomely and approprishaly Reticen 
tombor pe of wind and cold Weathor, ac. | burn, Warer brat tho stomaclt, to in tho | and renovated thpinterior, and completely refit- 
companied by heavy snow and aloot storms painn abthe PO and diayyrecany eating, low ted the whole of the apartments with new fur- 
commenced, and till their arrival hore it was | Coated TOM g up of food wrist, Jaw, Clarke | Diture. The Hote is admirably af being 
vory tempontuous—galos blowing continually | moutll og nf bo your reer of August | {2 the yory heart of the city, and contiguous to: 
from tho south: wont and south-onat, Davay apicite od gob 6 tte for 10 conte, ‘Tr the Gonoral Post Office, the principal Banks, 
Avuguot the woather was tive, with the oa - onl or a SawPl? ilove you. > Y¥ | dubllo buildings, law courts, commercial ex 
ception of an occasional mild suow-atortil a Two doses W’ changes, rallway andtelegraph otfices, 144dlyr 


Observations wore taken at diftoront times 1 


_ peal of the test case by which the validity 


DAILY 


INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 


RA DIES 


ULSTERS, CIRCULARS, | 
AND DRESSES. 


A choice lot of 


Tweeds and Meltons, 


suitable for the above, just opened at 


H.L. BOTTOMS & 60'S __ 


CITY COUNCIL, 


A rogular mooting of thé City Council was 
held Iaat oveniog, His Worwbip the Mayor in 
the obair, 

Praesent, 


Alderman Oatrom Dickson, 


| Smitb, St. Charles, Diamond, Holden, Van- 


duseo, Hendersou, Dunnet, Durand, Cam- 
pion, Clarke, Potrio, roast, 

The minutes were read and approved after 
aalight and unimportant amendmont had 


beon made, 
COMMUNICATIONS, &o, 


From tho Ontario Gazette ‘office, asking sot- 
tlement of acoount for advertisoment, 

From James Gilmore, Clerk ot tho Ontario 
Logislativo Assombly, asking compliance with 
tho ordinary rulos in reference to the intro- 
duction of a privato bill. 


From the Police Magistrate, asking immo: 


Daily Autelligencer. 
BELLEVILLE, THURSDAY, NOV. % 


2 Our Waterways. 


The Globe notes in its issue of October 
Sst that, extending over a long period, 
thore has been a marked fallin tho level 
of Lake Ontario, upon which our contem- 
porary remarks :— “What is the cause of 
this decrease is hardly sufficiently clear. 


land causes more evaporation than cleared, 


in the outlet of the lakes. Mr, Calvin, M. 
P. P,, holds that the Dominion Govern- 


diate attention to tho condition of tho police 
cells and urging that action bo taken to im- 
prove their Abitary condition, 

From the Assessors, announcing tho ocom- 
pletion of the Assosaront Rolls for 1852, Tho 
following facts were given: 

Resident Lands. .......+ 35,615,004 


Non-Resident Lands,..... a 18,708 534,266 
Personal Property, .....+++ $47 900 
Taxable Income.......++-- 78,600 


Total value and amount of 

realand personal property 

and taxable income, .... 
EXEMPTIONS ror 1882. 


$3,642,004 


Churohos .. ..scececcereee $ 183,130 
The rainfall maintains ite average, ANd 88) Schools........0eeeeese00s 
tho fact has been established that uncleared | Dominion Government. vss i, 


45/850 


Ontario Geyernment 500 
County Property........+5 79,000 
ae eae “Sea one 
ri ry ONE... nenee - 

ala 15}000 


421,496 


Total valuo of property and income, $4,063,500 


* From D. O, Curtis, asking remission of his 


taxes, 


From A. Stapoly, asking remission of his 


ment, blasting out a new channel in the | taxos, 


Gallops Rapids, is tampering with the 


From Rey. R.S. Forneri, and othors, asking 


natural dams of Lake Ontario, and may for a sidewalk on Popo St. 


thus seriously affect the lake level.” 

This subject was some years ago remark- 
ed upon by Professor Macoun in a lecture 
delivered in this city, a decrease having 
been noticed in the waters of the Bay of 
Quinte. The explanation which the Pro- 


From Jas, Maguire, asking that the sido- 


walk on West Bridge St., from tho bridge to 
Coleman St., be relaid and raised, and that a 
crossing be constructed across Coleman St. 


From a numbor of the wives of ratepayers 


of Murney Ward, asking that a crossing be 
constructed acroas Octavia Stroot, noar Fox's 


fessor gave was that it istho land whioh is | 409, 


rising and not the water that is falling. 


From Mra, Geo, Howson, asking that her 


If this be the case—and the theory is put | takes for 1865 be remitted. 


forth by an able geologist, our present lake 


From James Craig, Cow Inspector, giving a 


and bay harbors—indeed the navigation of | statement of the cattle, &o,,impounded daring 
the St. Lawrence—will be greatly impaired | the past quarter. The aumber of cattle im- 


before many years elapse, 
—_—_—_——_——_—— 
Hditorial Brevities, 


The Mail andthe Hamilton Times have 
been discussing the effect of the duty on 
coal upon the price of that article. As to 
tho result of the discussion the Times saye 


pounded was 222 ; horses, 3; geese, 58. 


From Henry G, Gillespie, giving a dotailed 


statement of services performed for the corpo- 
ration by him sinoe the time his services were 


engaged, 


A number of \secounts wore also presented. 
The petitions from the Police Magistrate 


and Jas. Maguire wore allowed to remain on 


The editor of the Mail, fecling nettled at’ the table, The others were referred to their 


the ease with which the 7imes exposed the 
weak points in his coal conundrum. 

That is how the editor of the Times soos 
himself. Now let us note how others see 
him. The Montreal Herald—Grit and out- 
and-out free trader —says : 

Tho Times, of Hamilton. is just as ill-in- 
formed, and it is a pity it ever undertook to 
deal with the matter at all. 


How does the self-satisfied soribe of the 


the Har 
visit had 
mouth of the rivor, and the result of his ob- 
servatious would be that he would recommend 
that nothing be done with the island this year, 
as its condition was such that the expenso of 


appropriate committees. 


REPORTS. 

Ald. Petrie reported verbally, on behalf of 

r Committee, to the effect that a 
paid by him to the Island at the 


Times like himself as seen by another and | Putting it in proper condition would be too 


a very friendly critic? 


The Montreal HWitness is far from friend- 
ly to the Government, therefore the follow- 


great. 

Ald; Henderson reported verbally on behalf 
of the special committee on Water Supply. 
The substance of the report has already been 


ing commendation possesses all the more | reported, Heannounced that he had received 


value :—‘* We haye to thank the Govern- 
ment for undertaking the costs of the ap- 


of the Scott Act is to be finally settled be- 
fore the Privy Council. In acting thus the 
Government must have the approval of all 
the people, whether favorable or unfavor- 
able to the Act, as it is greatly to the pub- 
lic interest that so important a matter h 
should be finally settled, and it would have 


been, as we had occasion to point out, a| continual! 


little strange it a question not only involv- | } 


ing an important law but seriously affect- | ing it removed, 

ing the very constitution of the country| Ald. Diamond thought the G. J, R. authori- 
had been decided on a case betwoon a | ties could be prevailed on to removo the track 
from Pinnacle St. altogether and take it down 
McDonald St. 
ment of a special committee to confer with 


the G. J. R. authorities in regard to the mat- 
ter, 


tavern-keeper and a policeman.” 


Marmora Correspondence. 


Marmora, Noy, 1. 
The Rev. C. Gorman, formerly stationed oa 
this circuit, is now laboring acoeptably among 
the Cree Indians at Norway House Mission, 
Koeewatin. 
Miss Kennedy, of Belleville, has been en- 
gagod as teacher in S. S, No, 8, Marmora. 


A man named Isidore Darrah, on the 27th | reference to certain repairs on James St., 
ult., had a desperate encounter with a large | Murney Ward. 


lynx ina swamp, but the savage feline at 


length had to succumb, after receiving three | ing $300 tothe W.C. Association for the 
bullets in his body. Game of all kinds is | months of November and December, 


abundant this fall. 
Mr. George Cook is now buying up beef 
and cattle for the English markots. . 


Tho cheese factories close the last day of 


this month. Tho present season has been | ing the Dog By-Law. 


fayorable for cheese. The large number of 


one thousand cheeses have been manufactured | Ald. Frost inquired respecting the repairs 
im the two factories telongiog to Mr. Ira | #0 College St., which were to have been mado 
Cook, each choeso weighidg on an average 57 | jointly by the county and city. 


lbs.; total amount 57,000 Ibs. 
Pink-eye has appeared, but has not aprea. 
Tach yet. 


The November Meteors. 


To On Editor of the Intelligencer. 

Stx,—tIo calling the attention of observers 
to the meteoric shower that takes place on 
the nights from the 12th to the 15th inclusive, 
I would state that I sta) }, 
the particulars of all observations by observers 
in Canada, so that a comparison may be in- 


goon in a given time and sond mo tho rogult, 
T, S. 1. SHEA, 
Brantford, Ont., Nov. 2, 1851. 


— 


How to Get Sick. 


Expose 
uch wi tt oxercise ; work too hard witb- 


at reat ; doctor all the time ;take all the vile 
toi advortised ; and then you will want 


Which is Mow ro GET WELL. 
Bitters a =< in three words—Take Hop 


Fon Dyavep 
> PALA, 
carey nie Pain.K 
be nourishing, bein’ ™eal, as water 
ny careful 1 oD at ro 1 Your diet r 
not to « Vorload the or ‘Ohervaly 
a mas , 


: Urdock FB 
Cures all / lood the 
ne. Pra oom of the blood ers 


» liver and kia 
broken down by dis.” the enuutt 20 general 


entire system whon 


tal Committee reported, 


peal By-law 288 ; also of a motion providing 
for an investigation into alleged irregularities 
in the delivery of coal for the City Building, 


the matterin hand himsclf, inquire into it 
and attend the Finance Committee at its next 


mectiog and report what action ho considered 
it advisablo to take, 


duty. 


added tothe Special Committees on Water 
glad to reosive | Supply.—Carried. 


Dickson, that the old lumber in the hands of 
stituted. Note the number, &o, of meteors | the Street Surve © hands o 


tho city, and that ho bo instructed to honor 
all orders for this wood from tho President of 
the W. C. Association, 


Useless old lamber that had 
day and night ; cat too} “dowalks was in tho hands of tho Stroot Sur- 
yoyor. 


Smith, that a special committuec, copnjatify of 
His Worship tho Mayor, Ald. Dickson, Cam. 
pion, Dannet, Hoenderron, the mover and 
sooondor, bo appointed for the purpose of con- 


Take on ferrin 
ler ge teas ontil of tion and Midinnd Railwayaio roferonce to the 


naclo St, and Great St, James St) and to con- 
wa | sider the question of having hg track removod 
to eure othor atroot,—Carrie(l. 


a telogram from Mr, Gamble a short time be- 
fore he entered the Council Chamber, request. 
ing him to convone hig committee for the pur- 
pose of meeting Mr. Forris, his engineor, to- 
morrow (this) morning. 


The Finance Committee and special Hospi- 


INQUIRIES. 


Ald, Petrie asked why the G, J. R. siding 
od not been removed from Pinnacle St, 

The Solicitor said that the authorities were 
ly promising to remove the siding, 
mt nothing had yet been done towards hay- 


He suggested the appoint- 


NOTICES, 
Ald, Petrie gave notice of a By-law to ro 


Ald, Holden gaye notice of a motion with 
Ald. Ostrom gave notice of a motion grant. 


INTRODUCTION OF BY-LAWs, 

Ald, Dickson introduced a By-law fixing 
salaries of city officials, 

Ald. Diamond introduced a By-law amond- 


REPAIRS TO COLLEGE sr, 


Ale. Dickson suggested that Ald. Frost tako 


Ald, Frost consented to undertake this 


MOTIONS, 
Ald, Henderson moved that Ald. Smith be 


Ald. Ostrom moved, seconded by Ald 


yor be given to the poor of 


Ald. Ostrom said that 25 or 30 cords of thia 


been used for 


Tho motion was carried, 
Ald. Diamond moved, seconded by Ald, 


nM with the manager of the AJrand Juno. 


omoval of tho alleged obstrootion to Vin. 


. WY-LAWS. 
Couceh wont jato Committoo on By-laws, 

Ald. Disenond in tho cbair 
5 M sla of the Dog Bydaw wee 
“other substituted for it to the 


efleot that it doo# not interfer with the 
existing law on the subjeot 
WAYS ANE MEANS, 

Council went into Committee ot tho whole 
on Ways and Meany, Ald, Henderson in the 
obatr, 

The Finau 
up. 

Ald. Diamond moved in em ndment to the 


o Oummittoo's roport was taken 


report that $100, boing the coats of the sult 
| brought by the corporation against Alex, Mo- 
Kay to recover the amount of his surety for 
J ha Cook, lessee of the markot, be refonded 
to Mr. MoKay, 


Ald. Dickson opposed the amendmont. It 
war, he claimed, neither cesirable ocr logal, 
No reasonable ground could be urged in fayor 
of the course proposed by Ald, D amond, He 
had given surety for a market lorseo noveral 
yoars ago,and bad had to pay the fullamount, 
together with tho costs of defonding the sult 
Ald, Starling had done the same thing. 

Tho Solicitor explained the course which ho 
had takon in thie suit, which went to prove 
that the course which Ald, Diamond propos- 
od woald not be legal. “ 

The amoadment was lost, rnd tho cause 
was adopted, 


potitions submitced to the Council, the necou- 
sity of tho petitioners appearing boforo the 
Committees to which the petitions are rofor- 
ed. On account of the absence of potitioners 
no accurate information could be ascertained 
by the committo:# with reference tu the rub- 
joot-mattor of the petitions This was the 
reasou that eo many petitions had to b» from 
time to time laid over for farther information 
and much valuable time thus lcast. 

Ald, Diamond suggested that the Caretaker 
be instructed tonotily petitioners of tiv mneot- 
ings of the Committoce at hich their petitions 
are to be considered, : 

Ald, St. Charles opposed tho clause of the 
Finance Committoo’s report recommending 
the appointment of a committoe to Kee about 
the purchase of a Hospital site, with especial 
reference to the site already oontraocted for by 
the W. ©, Association for the sum of $1,650, 
He urged tho immediate sottlement of this 
question, and advoosted the purchase, of the 
whole 44 acres. He moved, in amendment to 
the clause, that the whole proprrty be pur. 
chased for $3,000. i 

Ald. Dickson expressed his gratification at 
the fact, as given in tho report of tho inter- 
viow between the Prosident of the W. C, Ar- 
sociation aud an LNT#eLLIGBNCKR reporter, that 
the Association had no intention to ‘* bull- 
dozo” the Council. Assuming the report to 
truthfully roprosont the Presidect’s remarks, 
he found, however that Mr. Langmuir had 
expressod himself ax boi yg delighted with the 
three sores already noyotiaved for, This 
proved that that amount of land was all that 
was absolutely necessary, Tho question to 
be considered vas, Is it dorisablo to procure 
the additional acre? For his part, he thought 
it was, but he did not like Ald, St. Charlos’ 
amendment, as it bound the Council to give 
$3,000 for the property, whereas it was pos- 
sible that it could be procured for less. 

Ald. Frost advocated the purchase of only 
that amount of land that had been original! 
approved of by the inspector—namely, the 3 
acres, It would be time to think of ornamen- 
tation of the grounds after the bu'ldings wero 
erected, 

The amendment was lost, and tho original 
clause was adopted, 

The Finance Committee's report, as a 
whole, was adopted. 

Ald, Smith moved that Thos, Harris, who 
is building the water-tank in Coleman Ward, 
be granted $20 on his work.-—Carried. 

The report of the special Hospital Site com- 
mittee coming up, 

Ald. Dickson moved that the report be 


roport of the Finance Committee, and that all 
inconsistent clauses be not adopted. —Oarried. 
Ald. Diokson moved that $105.25 be appro- 


the bill to legalize assesements through tho 
Local Legislature.— Carried, 

Ald, Holden moved that $50 of the appro 
priation for Public Works be appropriated fur 
constructing a drain at the foot of James St, 

Ald. Dickson raised a point cf order, to the 
effect that the resolution involved an expend- 
iture of monoy, and would haye to be referred 
to the Finance Committee, 

The Mayor sustained the point of order. 

Ald. Dannet moved that the prayer of the 
pounce of James Magaire, asking for the rais- 

gand relaying of the sidewalk on Weat 
Bridge St, from tho bridge to Coleman St , be 
granted,—Carned, 

Ald, Ostrom moved that $300 be granted 
the Woman's Christian Association for tho 
Bae of November and December,—Car- 
r 

Ald. Dickson moved that Ald, Henderson be 
edded to the committee appointed some time 
ago to consider the question of a new site for 
the police station and oells, in place of the 
late Ald, Jellott, and that the communication 
of the Police Magistrate be reforred to that 
committee, —Carried, 

The Committee roso anil reported, 

Ald. St, Charles moved that the report be 
referred back for the purpose of reconsidering 
his Wo with reference tothe Hospital site. 
—Lost. 

Ald. St. Charles called for tho yeas and 
nays, with the following result : 

aba Holden, Ostrom, St. Charles, 

Nays,—Ald. Clarke, Dickson, Dunnet, 
Durand, Henderson, Petrie, Smith, Vandus- 
en,—8. 

Ald, Holden moved the suspension of the 
rules for the purpose of considering his mo- 
tion with reference to the drain at the foot of 
Jarecs St,— Lost. 

The yeas and naya wore also taken on this 
motion, with the following result :— 


Yeas.—Ald. Dunnet, Holden, Ostrom, 
Petrie, St. Charles, Vandusen,—6, 
Nays —Ald. Olarke, Dickson, Durand, 


Henderson, Smith. —5, 

Ald, Dickson moved that a committee con- 
sisting of His Worship the Mayor, Ald, Dan- 
net, Frost, Diamond, Starling, St. Charles, 
Henderson, and the moyer, be appointed for 
th» purpose of carrying out that portion of the 
report of the Finanoe Committee anent the 
Hos;ital Lot, and that they be instructed to 
communicate with the Goverament Inspector 
and other necessary parties and procure a 
vite suitable for Hospital and Home pur- 
poses satisfactory to the Government In- 
sp:ctor, said site to be conveyed to Trustees, 
as stated in the roport of the special com- 
mittes, 

Ald. Hendergon said he was sure that 
every momber of the Council wished to pro- 
vido a suitable site for a Hospital and Homo. 
For his part, he was strongly in favor of it, 
and felt the most friendly feeling towards the 
W. C. Association; but he thought that 34 
aoren of land was all that was nocessary for 


was much too high, 

Ald Dickson spoke at length in the samo 
atrain. 

Ald. Holden saw no nooessity for the ap- 
pointmont of a new committoo, 

The motion was carriod, 

Tho Council then adjourned. 

—___, 


Those intolorably painful and constantly 
harassing things called piles, which trouble so 
many people, aro soon healed by Dr. Thomas’ 
Eelectric Oi!—tho groat extoroal romedy for 
physical sufferinga and moans of relieving 


of tho most gratifying kind. 


Butter, Milk and Hggs. 

The three indispensable articles of consump. 
tion aro 49 greatly improved in quantity and 
quality, when Hagve.u’s Corprrion PowpEns 
are mixed with food of the sowa or poultry 
that uo dairy or poultry yard can possibly be 
remunerative without them, Ask for them 


The old Reliable. 
ile romoly that hw atool the toast of 
is De, Fowlor’'a Exthact of 


tim 
Wild Strawborry 


| 
} 
| 


| looks au if the may prove & tough customer ia 
Ald, Dickson pointed out, in referonoe to} 


| nerrow and concave, with olliptic “quarters 


| 


} 


adopted in so far as it does not clash with the 


priated in order to enable the Solicitor to get 


the institution, and that the price of the land ‘“ 


paint, A vorysmall quantity achieves results| ((inder the auspices of the St. Androw's 


| Miss Maggie Kennedy, Pianoforte, 


Almont infail.ble to cure dysentary, obolero 
morhbos, aod oll inauner of tlaxecsa, coolio 
cramps, eliolora infantum, and every orm i 
ommer dumplinte 
Pains and Griping in Children. 
Hennionk’s SUGAR COATED VEGETABLY PILLS | 
are # govercign remedy for thid ailment which 
is not alune confined « children, Nothing 
con withetand their subtie action and purify- 
ing intiuon« et They aro purely vogetablo, 
never} convenience the patient. They 
: aro bold Bvery whoro, 


1881, 


bporting Notes. Btray Cow. 
A tolegram from Capt. Cuthbert, received tr a rp See ey, 
jost after golig to prase yeatorday, contained | & TAAYED from Coleman's Commons) on 
tho information that the lirat race for the ., tho night of the diet Oot, @ red aid 


America’s oupwill bo sailed oo Monday, and 
that the Gracie will represent the heldera of 
the orp. The choico between GOrrecie and 
Mischief bas beon a close ove, the latter bay. 
ing the better record of the two, bat doubtless 
tho choice has beon intlaonoced by the belief 
that strong winds will prevail, end that the 
Gracie, being much larger than her competitor, 
will overpower her in heavy weather, How- 
over, Wo have no doubb that the Afalanéa will 


make a good showing, and quite probably win. | and Orange Young Britons of this City, will 


Jt will be nebossary cor thoso who _wish to 
bave 4 cortainty of witnossing the — fireat raco 
to leave Belleville by the ngpuftrain tw-mor- 
row. Tho eedond race will Probably be sailed 
on Wednesday, and the third—‘fa third be 
required-—on Mriday. 

A preas deapatob ways tho dates for the race 
will be decided at a mooting of the Now York 
Yaobt Club to-night. 

Tho Now York Sun gives tho following 
opinion of the Afalanta :—*'The Aflalanta 


light breezes, What she will do ina wouth. 
east nosd-erder outside of Sandy-Hook ro- 
mains to be seen, Her stero is peculiarly 


and a round rail aft. The fine stern will, it 
is olsimod, obviate the dray 40 perceptible io 
the Counters of Dufferin and the Pocahontas, 
Sho has a straight atom, with the billet head 
to the bow curved ap gracofally ready for 
gingorbread work and gilt. Her bigh maste, 
tapering bowrprit, aud light rigging, aud the 
goceral absence of iroa work on the musts and 
bowaprit are noticed at once,” 

The World says :—“ All wore surprised at 
the extreme beauty of the Alalantfa’s lines. 
She is very sharp forward, her noorly straight 
siom curyes under the bowsprit ina graceful 
cut water, L[or’midship section, 6o far as can 
be judged from what is seen above tho w ater, 
is indicative of power as woll as speed, and 
from there she tapers quickly eft into a run 
that is as near perfection as can be attained. 
Hor spars aro taut and hor rigging neat, al 
though showing signs of hasto ia ite arrange. 
ment. Tho bull alao showa that there is much 
yot to be done before she is thoroughly fin- 
ehed.” 

The Zelegram ssys:—‘‘Owing to previous 
engegoments for the Cormmmunipaw dook it was 
found impracticable to take tho Canadian 
yacht Atalanta out of the water to-day, but 
sho is pretty cortain to be docked carly to- 
morrow morping, when a gang of men will be 
put to work planing her hull, Autio)pating 
the pleasure of a good look at the bottom of 
the Atalanta while cut of the water, many 
yachtsmen and sailingmasters left New York 
during the day for the dock, but were com- 

lled to return disappointed. Capt, Cuth- 

ert pleasantly received all who called in 
the early houra of the moroing,and gaye them 
the opportunity of looking around on her 
deck, and inspecting the quarters below. 
They found a commodious cabin and sccom- 
mo iations of s character to surprise them, 

‘The Atalanta has extremely tino lines, both 
fore and aft, The stern innarrow und con- 
oave, with elliptic quartors, surmounted by a 
round traffrail, and will not, itis a'most c r- 
tain, be adrag to the boat, 

The bow of the visitor is also handsome, 
aod looks as if a head sea would not prove 
yery troublosome, 

“At noon to-day Capt. Outhbert, ex-State 
Senator Mattoon, and two or three friends 
went to Bay Ridge, LI, to look at the sloop 
Gracie, then on the ways at John F, Mumm's 
shipyard, Oapt. Babouck was temporarily 
absent on buriness, but Mr. Mumm received 
the party and showed them about. A_ lop 
look at the Gracie both fore and aft salinfied 
Capt. Cuthbert that if the Alalanta was re- 
quired to mest her there would be plenty 
of work out out for him and his crow, ‘She 
scares,’ was hia frank admission. Subse- 
quently he added: ‘I could not get my boat 
as smooth as that this year, but if I had her 
as smooth I could warm her jacket.’ Evi- 
dentiy Capt Cuthbert was lel to believe by 
hi virit to the Gracie that carryiog away tho 
America’s coup to the shores of Lake Ontario 
would prove a difficult job. It is said that 
the Bay of Quinte Club members have been 
keeping a memoranda of the above perform- 
anoes oyer the New York Yacht Club course 
during the last four yeare, and aro satistied 
that the Alalanfa can beat the best of them. 
‘She may,’ said an old gentleman yesterday, 
when advieed of this tact, fend then gain 
she may'nt,’” ; 

Capt. Nicholas Daod, sailiog maytor of the 
schooner yacht Wanderer while ownol by 
Mr. Jas, Stillman, of the New York Yacht 
Ulub, and more recently in charge of tho steam 
yacht Lurline, will act as pilot of the Af7/anta 
doricg the coming races. 


| 


| 
H.L. BOTISMS & 60. 
| 


SUCCESSORS TO 


Holton, Bottoms & Oo. 


We are now showing 
the finest assortment of 
Tweeds, Oyercoatings, 
Ulsterings and Meltons, 


we ever had. 


Also, a choice lot of 
Tweeds suitable for La- 


dies’ wear. 


H. L. BOTTOMS & CO. 


—_——<—<——<————— 


TWA HOURS AT HAME.” 


Metropolitan Hall, Belleville, 


TUESDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER, 


ONE NIGHT ONLY, 


Sooioty). 


KHNNHEDY’S 


SONGS SCOTLAND 


MR. KHNNEDY 


Wil bo aruistod by the following mombors of 
his family : 


Miss Helen Kennedy, Soprano, 


Miss Marjory Kennedy, Soprano, 


Mr. Robert Kennedy, Tenor | 


Master John Kennedy, Vivlin 
Waa. of Hall, 


Body 
1592taw 


Commonods at 8 o’olook, 
600,¢ Gonersl Adiivsion, 2b0 


white spotted cow. 
| warded by retursing hur to 


the floder will be rc 
JOHN HICKS, 
Harriet st. 


Nov. 167d3t 


4, 1881, 
NOTICE, 


A. MASS MEBTIN:: of the Orange Lodges 
Fe Nos. 727 and 274, and the 'Prontioe Boys 


bo hold in the Orange Hall, on Saturday even- 

ing, the 5 h inst, at 7:30 o'clock. 
A full attendance is requested, 
By order of the Mas'ora, 
Belleville, Novy, 2 ‘81 


d2t 


SUM of money. Ownor orn recover 
samo by proving property and paying 
for advertisement, App y to 
MARK MUNDY, 
Chomiat & Druggist, 


15603t Front St, 


Notes Lost. 


M Warr public are cautioned egainst negotiat- 
ing for two Notes made by Wm. Dafoo 
and —~-— Lowry respectively, in favor of the 
undersigned, be former note ia for the sum 
of about $30, and the latter about $60, leas 
endorsations, 


ROBERT SILLS, 
Thurlow, Nov, 2, 81. A 3iWdaw 
AUCTION SALE 
—oy— 


HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. 


I AM ivstractod by Miss Alport, to sell at 
her residonce, Hotel Street, ite th 
Hospital Lot, on BERS . 


Monday, November the 7th, 


all the furniture and effects, comprising par- 
lor, dining room, kitchen and fieAtceen furni- 
ture, carpets, pictures, curtains, books, orna- 
ments, stoves, dishes, a splendid refrigerator, 
etc, etc,, etc. Also anico PIANO by Nun 
& Co,, New York. 

ST Sale at 10 o'cleck, 


R, PURDY, 
156d4t 


Auotioneer, 


REMOVAL. 
CONGER BROS. 


——HAVE REMOVED ~- 


THREE DOURs SOUTH 


TO THE 


RED FRONT STORE. 


Noy, 1, 1881. 


THE BARRETT 


manufactare, and yotit 


all kinds of work. It is 


and Almost Noiseless. 


duty, agents’ and subs 
your money on home manufacture, it will re 


to get yonr repairing done, 
JAMES BARRETT, 


ville, Ont. 


AND THE 


LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY AT 


J, C. OVERELL'S, 


WILLIAM s’ SINGER. 


HIS make of Sewing Machine has taken 
1 first prizos at all tho exhibitions this 


yoar, 


Partios in want of o firet olaas Sowin M : 

chino will do woll to call at tho Williams 

Sloyor oflite, Front Stroot, Belleville, and ex: 
f yurohasing, 

amino before purchasing WM DAVIS, 

t Agont. 


Bolloville, Nov. 1, 1851, 1 “kw 


We have opened out 6 cases of Dress Goods bought in Bond 


SEE THEM. 


155dlw,w4t 


SINGER SEWING MACHINE 


i sold 20 per cent. cheaper than foreign 
no superior on 


Strong, Durable. Light Running, 


Come to the factory and avoid paying freight, 
gents’ fees. Spend 


turn to you again. The factoryis the placs 
Remember factory and office at Mesars. 


Brown's foundry and machine works, Belle- 
l5Sd&w 


METHODIST HYMY BOOK, 


NEW PRESBYTERIAN HYMN BOOx, 


A BIG DRIVE 
DRESS CoOODSs.- 


o- 


in the New York Market. 


15. DRHSS GOODS FOR 10 CHNTS. 
17c. “ o «af 123 “ 
26e. as As (! 15 Me 
BO0c, “ “ “ 20 f 


They are the cheapest in Belleville, Also BLACK CASHMEKES for 40, 50 
and 60 ote, A Groat Bargain, 


WW. & DD. PATHRSON, 
Tho *' Byndicate” Store. 


HEAP CARPETS 


AT 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON'S. 


10% 


te, all lately impo:ted, at 60 and 75 


E are now oeeuae s largo lot of Tapestry Car 
» much\better valae than those usually 


o:nts, which will be found on comparison to 
sold at these pricos, 


Also a choice lot of Brussels at $1.00 and $1.25, ani the best goods imported at $1 50. 


CHEAP FLOOR OILCLOTHS. 


An we are now wanting more room for our Tailoring Department, we intend clearing 
out our entise stock of Floor O.lcloths and Mattings at a 


REDUCTION OF 15 PER CENT. ON MARKED PRICES. 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON, 


Importers. 


THE METHODIST ACUMENICAL 
COUNCIL. 


_A MONTH IN LONDON. 
AN EVENING'S TALK 


IN 
M. E. TABERNACLE 


DO 
Anything honest rather than permit yourself 
to become a slave to disease, It is rd 
NOT 
profitable to lose a hundred dollars in idleness 
through sickness rather than spend twenty-five 
or forty cents for Dr. Wilson's Halaioupey erry 
Balsam, which is the greatest remedy for throat 
and lung diseases of the age. 


wie ond stop that cough in its early stages. 


Check the Consumption before its get 
‘by hold of yo lungs. Ths remedy is at the hands 

Prof. E. I, Badgley, B.D.LLD.|%"""2"" cig 
One of the Canadian Delegates. and the fault is their own if they do not take ad- 


> PRUDAY, NOV, Ath. rence Ce 


lt TAKE NO OTHER. 
—SPECIAL— pen ie ep ey per 


Sold by all Druggists aod dealers in medicine. 


TO LADIES OF B-LLEVILLE, eA ote 


(Gentlemen Not Excluded.) 
FOR SALE. 


RAILWAY COMPANY ‘BUS will, 
until farther notice, run as fullows : : 
ILL be sold by Avction, if not before 

disposed of by private sale, on 


Leives Market, going by Bridge, A)bert, 
Hotel, John and Bridge Streets, back to Mar- 

Wednesday, November 16th, 
proximo, at 3 p.m, on the premises, the 


ket, rs Ae 84, 94, 104s. m,, aud 124, 14, 34, 
, 65 p.m. 
Loaves Market, going by Bridge, Joho, 
Most Eligible Building Properiy 
in the City, extending from Chsrles to Albert 


Hote}, Albert 'and Bridge Streets, back to 
Market, at 8, 9, 10, and 11 a.m,; and 12 no-n® 
Streets, and lying between the residences of 
E. F. Potts and J. J. B. Flint, Esq. : 


and 1, 4, 5, and 6 p.m. 
Fare 5 cents each way or part of way. 
&pply to Thos, Donnelly, Eeq., or to 
JOHN J. B. FLINT, 


M. B, ROBLI N. 
Mr. Flint has a number of valuable Lots on 


Belleville, Oc. 13tb, ’81. 14046 
To Let. 


HAT desirable residence on Commorcisl 


—-- = Bleecker Avenue for sale, on easy terms. ~ 
FURNITURE SALE Street now occupied by the undersigned. Oct, 26. «39 
tev * | Posssesgion given immediately, For particu- 
I AM taeroreed to ~~ ee ee deed decsepply = eae) RI OLEY. TARPSET qpesredex PINE. per 
t iF. ©, Ri : . cae : 
ofal Streehvon) Gina, | |) kees MES |“STTALS MIN ‘SLVH 1408 2 4411S 
Wednesday, November 15th, To Let qeyfagq pov uwpeuy ‘ang at erWo9 
- . . ’ 5 -¢ ton 
ie A ae emcee Se. - Mprther parson: VERY desirab’e Store and residence at- | “7!P¥I 2° S148 MON One “aBanmmay, any 
B BURDY, | ea epetthsehemtiptmnar rent Aish ca 
’ near upp’r in ir, . 
ost. $1, 1881 aac st ane wel situate fora ay eine ake ALAIUVVA LVato NI 
ee nis M.B, ROBLIN, _| *SP009 Aom0g 
144 Street Railway Office, |- pue ‘yon 
= AF ‘aeyqousjsy 
To Let. Pid rae oe 
NTIL Ist May next, on reasonable 
U terms, the offices formerly ooeapie’ by ‘S0Q0 4OUlA F OITA ‘KO19 
Be ae ee Diamond, corner ‘S800 "oa puv woo) 
nt and Cam ats. eyIUr UeyoOVI4s 
The New Canada Apply to eta inal | 
; Oct. 18, M. B, ROBLLN. “opelz [Tes Ou; 


JO} OAOGN OY} JO 40048 Ov] w PoAtooos weTT 


A SPECIAL LINE | 9 Jar 
“AMSNITUIW ‘AY3NITTIW 


UNDERCLOTHING |] Gas Kwa 
At A. E. Fish & Co.’s, ISYN4a ISHYNS _- 
NIGHT SCHOOL 


Just fancy buying a real, genuine Scotch —aT— 


Lamb’s Wool Shirt for $1 00, | ONTARIO BUSINESS COLLEGE 


Will commence on 


Monday, November the 7th, 


and continue 4 months, 


The course consists of tecough instruction 


Scotch Lamb’s Wool 


f ee beatsanythingin the market. These 
goods must be seen te be appreciat>d, 


IMPORTED GOODS, 


The prices run from $1.00 upwards. We 
have them in all sizes, from 34 to 48 inches. 


When you are buying them, ask for the ro- 


in Penmanship, Book-Kee 
Celpt how. fo| wash them, Arithmetic, Correspondence, pitti 
SL fered eed Pantene 
ness Fo } 8, &e., and 
A. E. FISH & Co, | spevial instruction to Mechantes in the 


arithmetical calculations applicable to their 
veran Fuss (payabl 

& Fees (payablo in advance) are 88,00 fo 
the fall course, or $3 00 per month. me Nel 
of those who take anight school course, and 
afterwards dosire to take tho fall commercial 
course, will apply on fall scholarships. 


W. B, ROBINSON, 
J. W. JOHNSON, 


Principals and Consulting Accountants, 


#@ Leave your orders for Flanaol Shirts, 
40 patterns to select from, 


A. E. FISH & Co, 


~MILLINERY OPENING, — 


RS. HORNE, who was recently burned Gok meah teas 6 =: 158d6t 

out on Hotel Street, Th. GROUVERY PORTER 
: E 

Will Open Next Week WANTED. ~ 


GOOD steady man, to deliver 
Y 5 goods, and 
<s. Ns doy himself generally useful about 
WALLBRIDGE & CLARKE, 
Bridge Street, 


To Sell or to Let. 


Lie UB nodersignod offers to sel 


sdnablo terms, the Hotel HOW oocd pi 
. As 0 o “ 
r Tks Hace Bones - erly oooupiod by MoRao himeolf at Hayden's Cornéres, Tho ley b 


beon recently rebuil at 
Torti nfodorate, APP}y. {og gravel road, arn ye hive a q a lead: 
Oot. 18th 1881, ; 


aL 


ir the Shp noxt to Mrs, Eustaco’s Millinory 
Store, and socond door from Weasley Bullon's, 


FRONT STREDT. LBodtf 


MRS, HORNE, — 
‘ 162d2w 


Oot, 28, 1881, 
lor let, on rea. 


to 
. B, ROBLIN, 


} “Lazare; a Lipr’s Misraxe.”—This 
the title of a now play whioh will be pe 
formed here in the Metropolitan Hall ne 


W edneaday evening, the Oth inet 
drama is said to be 


We Received Yesterday 


af 


Waren Surrry,—Mr. 
for Messrs, Gamblo & Oo, 
contractors of 
morning 


Fo ji 
orris, engines 


Direct from the manafacturers. Totendiog 
, the wator-work 


archasors will fad our stock of carpets by 
‘ar the largeat and best assorted in the city: 
To value it cannot be .qualled, a8 ait 0 
our lines were parchaned tar below what they | 1 
ean be imported at, Committee to meot him. 
sont, beside tho Chairman, Aldormon Dia 
mond, St, Charles, 
baal tho Solicitor, and Thos. 

eq. 


——_ 


4 Ritchie, 
Woe have alao a few pieces of 


BLACK SILKS 


: 1 $1.25, «qual to what Is 
A SLUG, Sh. fiy wold at $1.00 to $1.73, 


question of water supply, 


Situation and surroundings, From the 
peculiar situation of the ptincipal. streets, 
between tho two hills, ho said, tho city 
could not bo as easily nor as cheaply sup- 
plied as could Peterborough, Another 
roason for this was the splendid natural 
Our assortment of supply which Peterborough posseased in the 
River a As for os his eteyse 
a knowledge went, he ssid, he thought that 
Heavy Fall. Woollens the bay was'the bost source of supply, but 
ho would not like to give his opinion de- 

finitely until hé had inspected all the 

is now completo, Oar stock is very largo] sources, in roply to a question, he spoke 
this fall, unfavorably of tho artesian-well system. 

He had, ho said, boon summoned to New 
York rather suddenly, and had to leave to- 
day ; buthe would be back in eight or ton 
days, and would then minutely inspect all 
the different sources of supply, when he 
would be ablo to give an intelligent opinion. 


— GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. 


Tweeps,—This isa loading department 
with us, and this Pall wo offer for sale an 
nousually large stovk of Scotch, English, 
German and Canadian Twoeds, worsted 
diagonals aud overcoatinpgs of beautitul new 
designs aud in roliable qualities. Tho 
special facilities Wo posseas of buying those 
cheaply in the cheapest markets in the 
world secure them to our customers at the 
very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada, —JAmes Hennessy, 


Socal Motices, 
udfmaminateiinatiions let 


Murruy's Steam Dyna anv Scouring 
Worxs.—Ladie’s and Gentlemen's clothing 
scoured and dyed without being taken apart. 
Goods called for and delivered {ree of charge, 
Orders attonded to by post. Call at Murphy's 


below the Queen's Hotel Front st. . 96-3m, Customs Returns, 
# = c Tho following is a statement of goods en- 


tered for consumption at the port ot Belleville 


a during the mouth of October, 1881 and 1880: 


= 


& ailp Hutelligencer. 1881........e+s20s0s874312 00 $6,819°89 


1880.0... ee eeevenss 26,394 00. 5,886 73 


Inorease, .........$47,918 Co $ 433 16 
EXPORTS 


BELLEVILLE, THURSDAY, NOV. 3. 
Uity and Vicinity. 


Value, 
BB cae bart idiotic Gotti <1 baer 
VES sev 8 aH eee ty cles es O40, O82 


Incroaso ......1,...':... $74,895 


A soLrramy prisonor occupied the cells 
last night. 
Rememser the meeting to-night in Bethel 
All welcome. 
Tux number of ratepayers in the city is 
2,280, and the resident acreage is 1,445. ed 


_ AccoRDING to the Assessors, the propor- Demorestvittx, Nov, 3.—Last night burg- 
tion which the exempted property of the | Jars forced an eatrance through the Sellar win- 
so bears to the taxable property is about | dow of the Albion Hotel, belonging to  D. 
10} per cent. Demill, and stolo two hundred ‘dollars from 


BURGLARY AT DEMOREST- 
VILLE. 


Tnx value of the property damaged by | the till. 
G. T. R. locomotives along the line of rail- 
way this season, which the Company have 
had to make good, is $300,000. 

Mz. Vocer will ship to Rondout, N. 
Y., to-morrow, steamer Hero, seven- 
teen horses which were purchased in this 
vicinity by Mr. Walter Fanning. : 

Two fine black squirrels, shot recently 
near Oampbellford and stuffed by a local 
taxidermist, are to be seen, rampant among 


Marine. © 


—Tho chr, Freeman arrived light to-day 
and is loading barley at Downoy & Preston's. 

—The schr. Peérizss is loading lumber at the 
Eagle Mill, She and the Freeman will clear 
this evening, =~ 

—The echrs, Annie Foster and Fabiola are 
loading barley at the Carrying Placo, 


the bottles in the bar of the St. George's ——————————— 
‘Restaurant. : News Condensed. 
local agitati ises to be = ; 
So tetistinn for the eer Let the G. J. | _ —The retirement of Lord 0! n from the 


R. track from Pinnacle St. A committee | Lord Chancellorship of Ireland is announced 
of the City Council has been appointed to | t take place on Monday, 
take the matter in hand, —The first train carrying passengers and 
Mu, Wat. Jounson, Inspector of Weights mails passed through the St. Goth tunnel 
, 
and Measures, has returned to the city |" eer pte eat Dana @elas 
from a two weeks’ visit to Toronto and St. | _—The aseailaut in tho bratal David. mr 
 Oatharin here he has been attending | °%¢ 2 Montreal has been committed to stand 
Ps = Ms erm conhostion with hiade | Dis trial at the sessions, bail being refused. 
parent: — —Work has been finished on contract 15 of 
¥ 4 the C.P,R., and the section will be handed 
THE Doe By-law, pees eiel av over to the Syndicate on the lat. December. 
were recently discovered, n E 


- —A plot has been discovered to repent, at 
ed and legalized, and now let owners of Jairetreat'abi Gatohina., the atV late 
a) ita thatranirealay or the Czar’s retreat at Gatchina, the r 


oS Palace explosion, Fiveemployes have been 
look in V8 purses for money enough to | arrested. 
_ Fegister them. —The last quarter of a million of Canadian 
Mr. J. R. Dickson will leave town this | Pacific SaWey. land grant bonds has been 
evening for Philadelphia, whore he intends | taken by the Canada Life Insurance Company 
‘tedeyote the winterto the study of his | of Hamilton. ee 
profession, dentistry. Last evening afow | —The damage between Keokuk, In., and 
_ friends met together and presented Mr. D. | Louisana, Mo., caused by the recent Minsiss- 
witha beautiful gold pin et souvenir of eo end is estimated at the enormous sum 
their friendship. ° ,000, 

is not to be envied| —Mre. Ivey, of Landsowae has been oom 
Pernoen Hedeooeate ve thity “eords mitted fortrial on a charge of killing her child. 
} lombe: Hand vand he has It was shown tliat at least the infant was 
of old esate aii fibula it to the = shamefully neglected, and its birth concealed, 
eae cpa reno | ~The total deficiency in the affairs of the 
of the city. The last application for some collapsed Newark Banleia said to be $2,500, - 
of thia old wood will probably be made 000, and Satan itors’ probable loss $909,000. 
sometime in the winter of 1852-3, Baldwin’s conduct appears in a worse light as 

Tue St. casas gt aearesh says ee more is known about it. 

Shelby, Pallman awilton’s circus w 
winter there. Messrs, S. P. & H. prom- 
ised to winterin Belleville. Probably they 
promised to winter in every town in which 
they performed. The season, we are in- 
formed, has been a very successful one for 
them. 


Inish Avrarrs.—The latest move of the 
Land League is said to be the advising of 
tenants to apply for the fixing of rents, in 
the hope that the Land Commission will 
be swamped by the numerous applications. 
Two thousand Limerick tenants have re- 
solved to apply to the Court. Sexton has 
assumed the editorship of United srg 
BSc? amier ot dg, 404; ica | towel wdc bn rey 

4; cattle, 185 ; sheep, 2 ; hogs, 55; horses. | 64 Father Sheehy, whose parish is iu Lis 
367 ; childron between the ages of 5 and 16 diocese, to remain away while the agitation 
2,247. Tho asseasors are sadly at #0810} lasts, A peculiar case submitted to the 
their returns of dogs and bitches,e specially | 7454 Court is one of which the value of 
the latter. : the holding was £27, and the rent £113. 

Tue Police Magistrate has again been T= 
obliged tocallthe attention of the City 0. 0. Jacobs, Buffalo, an omployeo of the 
Council to the horrible condition of the| Vy, §. Express Co., says:—Dr, Thomas’ Ke- 
police cells, which poison the whole atmos- | /cctric Oil cured him of a bad caso of Piles of 8 
phere of the city building. The Council | years standing, haying tried most overy known 
was roused to action on the subject last | remedy, ‘besides two Buffalo Physicians 
night, and appointed a new member of the | without relief ; but the Oil cured him; he 
Uommittee | ee daty it is to inquire into | thinks it cannot be reoommendod too highly, 
Mg the matter. 


To-monnow evening Rev. E. I. Badgley, 
B. D., of Albert Uolloge, will deliver an 
informal lecture in the Tabernacle on tho 
subject of his experiences in London dur- 
ing his sojourn there while in attondance 
at the Methodist Ecumenical Council, last 
summer, The rev, gontleman’s address will 
no doubt be both entertaining and instruc- 
tive in an unusual degree. 


“Tum auld Scots sangs” find no bet' 
interpreters than the Kennedy Family, and 
all those who desire to hoar these grand, 
torider, beautiful, and exquisitely humor- 
ons lyrics sang a4 only native Scots and 
trained musicians can sing them, should 
not miss the opportanity of hearing tho 
Kennedys in the Metropolitan fall on 
Tuesday evening noxt, the 8th inst. 


What's in a Name? 

Tho virtue of moat of the patont medicines 
with which the markot i# flooded lies in 
the name, bat tho yirtues of Burdock Hittora 
lie in the fact that thay cleanse the blood of 
impnrities, and cure dyspepsis, biliousness 
aad indigestion. Price $1.00, trial bottles 10 
conta. 


Tho bowels become torpid and inactive 
tor | andor continual purgation. Dr. Wilson's 
Anti-bilious and Prosorving Pills ponotrate to 
tho mucleus of this disoase and oradisate it, 
Thoy ovacuato tho intestines by a mild and 
officiont operation, and recuperate thoir ox- 
hausted onergy by restoring tone and vigor, 


Have You tried It 7? 


of healing and rocommond it to your friends, 

> N We rofor to Dr, Fowler's Extract of 
Wearuen Provanitiries—Voronto, Nov. 

3.— Lakes, strong winds aud gales, botwoon 


with occasional | and bowels of infants or adults, 


cloudy, colder weathor, 
showers or snow flurries. 


The | An Oid Man Has i 


Now York, arrivod hore this | bY 
from Peterborough, and Ald, 
Henderson convonod the. Water Supply 


There were pro- 
and Molninch, the 


An imformal conversation took place 
between Mr, Ferrisand thecommitteo on the 
He said that he 
had this morning taken a survoy of the city 
and had acquainted himeaulf with its gonoral | the unfortunate nian for the purpose of 


If so you can tostify to ita marvollous powors 


Wild 
Mtrawberry, the great specific for all summer 
complainta, Oiarrhia, cholera morbua, dyson. 

; northwest, genorally | tory, cramps, colid, sickness of the’ stomach 
the ‘southwost sod ’ Let ite 
morits bo known to all who have not tisod {t; 


DATLY 
‘| DASTARDLY SUTRAGE. 


xt 


’ a vory atriking ono, | ca by Two Mliscreants. 
2 | The Toronto Mail notioes it favorably and - 7 
‘ TWO BALES OF TAPESTRY bestows much praise on the mombora of Au avent occurred noar 16 )«6north- | 
‘ me SOMPADY: Tho Albany Aryus gaya; orn oulokicts of the olty Jast evening which 
7 ape A Life's Mistako,"’ was preaent- | {a somowlint of a astire on our County 
a - ) , ry 
AND oc ; 0 2 arg ’ and delighted audience lust conatabulary. An old and inoffensive mau, 
evening. The play contains many striking * Albert Ovllege 
VELVET CARPETS and now situations and at times grows | living just in rear of Albert College, 
very, Pephatio The passions of love, bate | had his house broken into and partly de- 
Sapciyacanel eae depicted by the | molishod by two not yrously bad charactera 
—AND— a r roc 1 18 represantation, | ‘ fo her hover, in the noighbor- 
The trials and suiferings of tho joalous hus-| ~ ho livo, or rather hov« 
B band should be a warning to all who act hood, 
Or TLD HRS hastily and without sober judymo To begin at the beginning, Mr, Michael 
7 Judgment, 8 


Brennan, the old man in question,had nine 
r 


of his geose stolon a couple of wocks age 
6 


Alex, Macdonald anda man named 
O'Brion, (Macdonald is popularly known 
as ‘*Ooflin” Macdonald, the name boing 
derived from a ciroumstancs in his event- 
ful caroor which many of our readers will 
Whon the victim of 


Farm,” o 


probably remomboer. 
the shooting alfray at ‘Tho 
couple of yeura ago, died, Macdonald re- 
ceived a sumof money from the father of 
buying a coftin, But instead of procuring 
the coffin he came to town and spent tho 
greater part of tho monoy in whiskey. Ho 
has beon known as ‘'Cotlin" Macdonald 
ever since.) 

Mr. Brennan discovered that ‘'Coflia”’ 
and O'Brien had stolon his gocae, and ho 
accordingly got a warrant issued against 
them. O'Brion was arrested and brought 
to town, but Macdonald contrived to elude 
the authorities, But he did not like the 
idea of going about with a warrant hang- 
over his head, and so he came to Brennan 
and offered to restore six of tho geese if 
he would consent to stop the proceedings 
against him. This Beonnan refused to do, 
and with many threats Macdonald took his 
doparture, Yesterday he and » man nam- 
ed William Bass (almost as worthless and 
scoundrolly a character as himself) met the 
old man driving along the road, on his way 
to the house of Prof, Macoun, who lives 
in the vyioinity, Macdonald seized his 
horse by the head and stopped him. *‘Look 
here,” he said, ‘1 want you to go to town 
and stop this action.” “1 don’t see ony 
reason why J should,” said Mr, Brennan, 
‘and besides, I don’t believe I could if 1 
wanted to.” ‘Do you refuse to do it 
then ?” yelled ‘'Coftio,”” while he came up 
closer to the carriage. ‘'Yes, I do,” an- 
swered tho old man, quietly, ‘Then,” 
said the other, with a terrible oath, “I'll 
have your heart’s blood to-night, and don’t 
you forgetit!” Brennan smiled, and said, 
‘T never saw a little dog yet that wasn't 
a groat barker.” This infuriated Macdon- 
ald still more, and he and Basa went away, 
vowing vengeance on Brennan, and bidding 
him look to his property and his life. 
Mr. Bronnan drove on, and thought little 
more of the incident. Last night, however, 
between 8 and 9 o'clock, he was coming 
home, haying been absent for an hour or 
two, andes he approached the house he 
heard a groat commotion, and the 
incident on the road flashed upon his 
mind again, Ashe came nearer he heard 
the screams of his wife (who is an 
invalid, and whom he had left alone in the 
house), and he then realized that Macdon- 
ald and» Bass were carrying out their 
threats. Rushing into the stable, he tried 
to find a pitchfork, but could not do so in 
the dark. Unarmed as he was, he dared 
not venture into the house to confront the 
two desperadoes, for he was certain they 
had come with the intention of killing him. 
The nearest house was that of Prof. Ma- 
coun, and Brennan ran there as fast as his 
trembling limbs would bear him. The 
Professor was fortunately at home, and on 
hearing the old man’s story, he put on his 
hat and hurried oyer to Brennan s house, 
in the meantime telling Brennan to go 
down town and inform the police. Just as 
Prof. Macoun arrived at the house the two 
men wero leaying, having demolished every- 
thing that could be demolished in the 
house, and they escaped into the darkness. 
Mrs. Brennan was in bed when the men 
came to the house, She saya they asked 
for Brennan, and when she told them he 
was notin they beganto smash the win- 
dows with huge atones, and they did not 
atop until they had knocked out every win- 
dow in the lower part of the house. Mac- 
donald remained outside smashing the 
glass, while Bags entered the house, He 
had an immense club in his hand, with 
which he set to work to smash the furniture. 
Tables, chairs, china, glassware, everything 
that was breakable, were shivered iuto 
fragments undér hisclub. Finally he sp- 
proachedthebed in which Mra. Brennan was 
lying, half paralyzed with fear. He swung 
his club over his shoulder, and would no 
doubt have struck her had she not sprung 
suddenly from the bed,and with a strength 
with which the frenzy of fear can somo- 
times endow the weak, twisted the club 
from the brute’s hand, struck him with it 
twice, and escaped through one of the 
windows to the house of a neighbor. In 
the meantime Mr. Breanan had come to 
town, and applied to the police for assis- 
tance, but he was refused, on the ground 
that his house was outside the corporation, 
He then secured the services of Qounty 
Constable Garrett ; but when he and Mr, 
Garrett arriyed at the house, Macdonald 
and Basa had gono. 

This morning the house presents a scone 
of ruin and desolation. Nota window in 
the lower part of the house has a sash in 
it, while inside there is not a whole 
piece of furniture to be seon. The floors 
are covered with groat atonos, broken glass, 
fragmenta of oarthenware, and the wreck 
of chairs and tables. 

Macdonald and Bass aro atill at large, 

=e 

Mr Richard Holmes, Viotoria Corner, N. 
B. easyer, ho wai troublod with rhoumatiem for 
yoare, was all drawo up with pain, and was 
deprived of nleep, Ho tried many doctors, 


aud many romedics, Finally tried Dow's 
Sturgeon Oil Linimont and he is now woll, 
A General Defeated. 

A Mrs J,G, Robinson writes: “Il was suf- 
fering from gonoral dobility, want of appotite 
constipation, oto., #0 that lifo was burden; 
after using Burdock Blood Bittora I folt bot- 


ter than tor yoars, TI cannot praiso your Bit- 
tera too much," 


Tuk BADDKST OF Sav Stanra—tho groy 
hairs of ago boing proeay with sorrow to tho 
| Krave is now, wo aro glad to think, becoming 
| raror ovory yoar as tho unw of Olnpalogo Hair 
Rostorer becomes more genoral, By its uso 
the noanty looks of ago once more resume 
their former color and the hair bocomos thick 
and luxuriant as over; with its ald wo van 
now dofy the change of yours, resting aveurod 


tis louse Wreck: | 


is entirely the roeult of Bismar. k's 
at least for th 


Italy 
intrigues aud 


loase, During the 18 days of his imprison. 
ment ho was confined to his bed-room aud 7 
daya was fo absolute solitude, 


AMERICAN. 


WAKHINGTON SPROIALA, 


Tho Tribune saya; Tho remarkable activity 
in the speculation of Confederate bonds, oon- 
tinue to attract much attention at Wash- 
ington, itis thought by one of tho treasury 
officials that at tho close of the war tne 
Confotorate Govoramont had deposited in 
Lurope property amounting to ten millions, 
Itis now believed that the property) was 
worth four times the above amount. The 
‘Lreasury officials are inclined tolook with 
suspicion upon the frequent trips of Jefferson 
Davis across tho water, aud to believe that 
they bave been in some way connected with 
the dispoeition of the Confederate property, 
which is stored or seorted there, Ho is in 
Loudon now. The Tressury hopes to obtain 
information inafew days that will throw 
light upon tho mysterious transactious of the 
+robel bonds, 

the World; There is good authority for 
saying that o cable despatoh was sent on Mon- 
day by Government to Hurlburt, Ministor in 
Peru, dirooting fhim to oontioue to recogaize 
the Goyernment of Calderon as the legitimate 
Government of Peru, 

A “crank” called at the Capital yestorday, 
claiming to bo olected Vice-Prosident, and that 
Dayid Dayis was an usurper, He was sur- 
prised to loarn that the Senate had adjourned, 
but said he should wait until December before 
pressing his claims farther, Ho was middle- 
aged, benevolent looking, ssid he was » min- 
ister, and claimed to be a grandson sud name- 
sako of Thomas Jofferson, Ho intended after 
taking office to dissuade sottlors from indul- 
gence in whiskey and other intemperate hab- 
its, Politically, he said, he was a Whig, with 
Know nothing tendency, 

It is believed that a large number of experts 
will be called in the Guitoau trial, to testify 
as to his insanity, It is safe to say that the 
question of bis moral insanity will bo fully 
considored, and set forth io a manner more 
dofiaed and satisfactory than has ever been 
done by a U. S. court. 

NEW YORK MISCELLANY, 

New York, Nov, 3.—Tho cry of # potato 
famine in this country has occasioned tho im- 
portation of tons of potatoes from Ireland. 

Rey. Albert B, Simpson, pastor of the 13th 
St. Presbyterian Church, last evening an- 
nouaoed to his surprised congregation that he 
had changed his views retrain baptism and 
had deterrained to devote his life in mission- 

ary labors among those who do not attend an 
organized church, 

It is reported 110 local fire insurance com- 
panies are willing to retire from business, 
Usuae, recent large losses, 

The loss by the failure of the cabbage crop 
on Long Island is estimated at $3(9,000, 


It is stated Pickard & Andressen, brokers 
in leather, lose over $50,000 by the failure of 
the Nugonts at Newark. 

One of tho dircotors of the suspended Now- 
ark bank thinks the depositors will ultimately 
soffer no lrss, 

CIGAR MAKERS’ STRIKE, , 

Mitwavkes, Nov, 3,—All the cigar manu- 
{scturers except one have granted the adyance 
demanded by the workmen. Five bundred 
employees of this firm atrack. 

FATAL RESULT OF A POLITICAL DIFFERENCE, 

Canton, Mies., Nov. 3,—Yesterday J, G. 
Thighen, independent Democratic candidate 
and cotton weigher, was shot mortally ina 
diffioulty with City Marshall Kemp, originat- 
jog in politics, 

ABRIVAL OF MORMON CONVERTS, 

New Yors, Noy. 3.—Arrived, the Utopia 
from London, Algeria from Liverpool, and 
Bricdel from Antwerp, 

367 Mormon converts and 20 returning mis- 
sionaries arrived from Europe yesterday. 


; WRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE. 

Sr. Jou’s, N. F., Nov. 3.—The achr, Helen 
was lost during the storm in Notre Dame bay, 
All on board—eight men, two women and five 
cbildren—perished, A vegsol was wrecked 
off Cape St. John; all hands were lost. Sov- 
eral other vegsels are missing, 

THE BROKEN BANK. 


Rocuester, N. ¥., Oct, 8.—In behalf of 
the failed “ echauics' Nationgl Bank, Newark, 
the Sheriff, has attached the accounts of 
sovoral of the leather dealers and shoe manu- 
ficturera hero with Nugent, who have a 
branch house in this city, 


AFTERNOON DISPATCHES, 


THE LADIES’ LAND LEAGUE, 


Lonion, Nev. 3.—Branches of the Ladies’ 
Land League throughout the proyinoes com: 
plain 1 udJy that their meotings shoyld be 
dispensed with while the Ceaotral League in 
Dablin js permitted to meet unmolosted, 
Miss Parnell, wishing to test the legslity of the 
proceedings of the ies’ League, publicly 
announced in the newspapers Wednesday 
that a meeting of tho League would be held 
that day. There was no attompt to intorfore 
with the meeting, although detectives watch- 
od thore who entored the League rooms. 

GAMBETTA AND HISMAROK, 

Panis, Noy. 3.—It is said that the Prince 
of Wales has asked Gambetta whether he had 
seen Bismarck, Gambotta affirmed that he 
had not ceen him on his recent yisit to Ger- 
macy, aod this was his third visit thore in- 
cognito, 

QukenstowN, Nov, 3.—Arrived, Wyoming 
and Gallia. 


MORE NIHILISM, 


Sr, Perersnurc, Noy, 3.—It is stated that 
five political prisonora were tried horo last 
week. The authorities maiotain secreoy con- 
corning tho matter, It is reported that a 
orgisor which lately returned to Cronstadt 
Was searched and sevoral of tho crew arrested, 

e—_—_—_—_— 


It 18 Possible 

That a remedy made Of such common, simple 
plants as Hope, Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, 
*o, make many and such marvellous and 
wondorfal cures a4 Hop Bittors do? It must 
be, for when old and young, rich and 
pour, Pastor aud Doctor, Lawyor 
and Editor, all testify to heving beon 
cured by them, we must believe and doubt po 
longor.— Post, 


. 
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. 

Pho Best SaLve in tho world for Cuts, 
Bruisos, Soros, Salt Rhoum, Fovor Sores, Tot- 
tor, Chappod hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 
all Ski oraptions, and positively ouros Pilos, 
It in guaranwed bo givo satisfaction or monty 
rofunded. Price 26 cents por box. For ssle 
by Jao, Clark & Co, 


Many a one has had reason to rogrot tho 
noglooct of the advice, to ‘take gare of that 
cold.’ GUonsumption, fatal dingago, ix often 
tho effect, Wilson's Palmonary Oherry Hal. 
tam is the beat romody, boat in overy way, 
onsy to tako, safe to une, cortain in its effects 
and choap to buy. 


A OARD. 


To all who are sulforiog {rom tho errora and 
indiscretions of youth, norvous woakndas oarly 
| dopiy, lose of manhood, &o.; 1 will nond A ro. 

orvo that will ore you, FREK OF OHARGE, 


that no Grey Hair at any rate will come to 
seddon oh, Bold’ by A. Ly Geen, 50 centa a» 
bottle, 


This groat remedy was discovered by o mia. 
slopary in South Amorica. Sond a solf-addrosy. 
ol enyelope to the Rev, Josern B. Inmayw 
Station D, New York Otty, [w6mI4800d 


present ite | 
} 


| eigaifioation is threatening only to Irance, 
EXTON S IMPRISON MENT, 

| Dontiy, Oct, 3,—It is now asserted that 

conditions were attached to Sexton's ro- 


‘ rth IND » Or 
INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY. “NOVEMBER 3. 1881. 
ICQDAT ro | BULTH, 
MORNING DESPATGHES | At Paria, on October 26th, the wife of W. A. 
LD, Bany, Inland Revenue, of a daughter. 
EUROPEAN. MARRIAGI 
In elleville, atthe residence of the bride®™ 
ROYAL Te TRAVIEW mother, on the 2nd inet., by the Rev. Dr, Jul 
ST. P swung, Oct. 8 —1t 19 atated that | fer#. Tepwin Avr BIMOKMAN, Keq., of 
the beter teed. ue thinks the te rview Amel oun f, al 7 M Ally Ie MU'LETON, daugh 
with the Emperor of Austda and tho King of | deft the late Wim. Tetaploton, Eaq., of Belle 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 
Promciierne nk Oren gp, 
Hellevill:, Nov. 3, 1881, { 


There is no change ia the grain market since 


yesterday. Barley selling at 750, to 80c., and 
ityo at 85c. 

This forenoon'’s Oswego telegrams quote No, 
2 Canada barley heid at $1.05; No, 1 Canada 
$1.07; No, 1 bright Canada, $1.10, Ryo 


nominal at 070, to 980. in bond 
Tho receipts in Oswego to Nov. let show a 
deficioncy as compared with the receipts to 
the anmo date in 1880, of 317,771 bushels, 
W nieaTr—$1,20 to $1,25, 
BARLRY —75o. to 80c, 
Kye—85o, 
OATS —40 to 420, 
PEAS —tibe. to 75o, 
Hams—12ho, 
LAMB—7o to 8o per lb, 
Dixssep Hoas—8$7,50 to $8, 
Burran—Koll 260 
Foo —) 50, to 200, por doson, 
Hips —Rough 37,00, tospected 
$5.00 
Cat Sxixe—100 por lb, 
Lamp Sixins—$1.00 
WooL—220 
LAiD—!} lo to lbo, 
Pat LOow—Rougb, 40, 
Tatxow=Revibced, 6ho. 
Porators—$1 por bag. 
Fiout—Wholesale, $6.50 per bbl. 
Frorn —Retall,$6.50 to $7.00 per bbl 
Hay—-810,00 to $12.00 por ton. 
Srraw—5 per ton. 
Ontokuxe—250 > 500 por palr 
GEKsr—50o, to 600, each, ‘ 
Dovxe—50 to 600 por palr, 


TORONTO MARKET, 

‘ornonto, Nov, 3. — Kall wheat No, 1 
$1.30 to 0.00; No. 2, $1.27 to $1 28; No 3, 
$1,23to $|.24. Spring No. 1,— $1.32 to 81.33. 
No, 2, $1.30 to $1 31; No, 8, 20.00 to $0.00; 
Barley—No, 1 92 to 94; No. 2, 88to 89 ; No. 3 
oxtra, 82 to 83: No. 3,77 to 78. Poas— 
No, 1,80 to 00; 2,77to C9, Onts- No.1, 43 to 00; 
No. 2, 000. Corn—00 to 00. Wool—69.to 00. 
Floar~ superior, $5.85 to $5.90; oxtra, $5.75 
to $5.80; tanoy, $0.00 to $0.00 ; strong bakers 
$0.00 to $0.00; spring oxtra, $0.00 to $0.00, 
ruporbns, $0.00 to $0.00 ; fine, $0.00 to $0.00. 
Bran $13.50 to $00 00. Clover seed, $0.00 to 
30.00, Iimothy £0 00 to 80,00. Hogsa—80.00 
to 30,00. Buttor 17 to 20, Barley (stroet) 
800 to 94, Rye, 95to 960. Spring whoat, 
$0.00 to 80.00, Fall wheat $1,25 to $1.27. 
Oatmeal $4.75 to $0.09. Cornmeal £0.00 to 
20.00, Pork $22.60 to $90.00, 

Market quiet. Flour weak, superior and 
extra offered at $5.90, no sales; bran wanted 
at $13.50; wheat in improved demand at 
quotations, but holdera not inclined to push 
sales ; oata sold at 43, which ie still bid i 
barloy weak, eales of No. 1 at 92 and 93 
and choice No, 2 at 90, ordinary No. 2 offered 
at89; poss and rye vachangid; butter 
phangans and weak ; eggs rather weak at 20 
to 21, 


MONTREAL MAKKET. 

Monrrear, Noy, 3.—Flour, roceipts 4,500 
bls.; sales 200 brls, Market quiet, weak de- 
mand light. Qaotations are as follows :— 
Superiore 36,20 to $6.25; extra §6 20 to $0.00; 
spring extra $620 to 26,25; superfine 
$6.00 to $0.00; strong bakers 26.75 to 37.50 ; 
fine $5.20 to $5 25; middlings $4 25 to $4.50; 
pollards $3.75 to $4.00; Ont, bags $2.75 to 
$3.00; city bags $3.70 to $3.80, 

Salea—200 fine $5.20. . 

Grain- Wheat, noml U C. white $1.34 to 
$1.37 ; red winter $1.40 to $1.41. Corn 70 to 
71, Peas 914 Oats 40, Barley 70 t8 75, Rye 
95 to 96, 

Oatmeal, $5.00 to $5 25. Cornmeal, $3.50 

Provisionse——Butter, western 17 to 18; E.7, 
20 to 21; 8. snd M 18to 20; creamery, 23 to 
24 Cheeso 11 to 13. Pork $22. Lard 154 to 
16, Bacon 1] to 12. Hams 13 to 14, 

Ashes—pots $5.10; pearls noml. 

MONVUREAL STOCKS, 

The following is the otficlal report of the 

Montreal Stook Exohange, Noy. 3 — 


AFTERNOON BOARD, 


Naniv, asked, offered, sales, 
Kank of Montrea!...200 199} 4@} 
Ditto ex.div, 196 195 
Merchants Bank...128} 127 21@8,8@} 
Ditto ex-div, 126 125 
Bank of Commeroo,,1414 1409 1@40 
Ontario Bank .....59° 58h  25@8},100@9 
Bank of Toronto....165 155 
Molson’s Bank,.....116 115% 30@16 
Bauquodu Peuple,..92 89 
Jacques Cartier....110 104 
Union Bank.,.,.........97 
Quebeo Bank...... 
Exohango Bank..... 
Mont. TelographCo.127 125 
Douiin. Telog’ph Co, .97 
MontrealGasOo.. .142} 141 
City Passenger Vo,...126 122) 
R.&O.Naviga’n Co. 454 45 25@5,125@54 
Royal San. Ins. Co., 
Imperial Bank...... 
Oanads Cotton,,,,..140 130 
Daondas Cotton......126 124) 25@5 


Consolidated Mauk, . . 
Fodoral Bank........ 
Ont. Investment, . . 
St. P.,Minn &Man,Ry, 


NEW YORK PXODUOG MARKET. 


Naw Yorks, Nov, 3, 

Cotton tirm, 118. 

Flour dull; reoelpta 14,000 brl«.; sales 
10,000 bris. ; $4.40 to $5.20, $5.20 to $8.25 ; 
$5.20 to9 ; $5 50 t» $3.25; $5.20 to $9. 

Kyo flour weak, $5.25 to $5.50. 

Wheat unsottled; recoipta 92,000 bna, ; sales 
120,000 bus. No. 2 red Nov. $1.44 to 44) ; 
560,000 do Dec. 474 to 487; 320,000 do, Jan, 
hye fal 1,01 to $1.044 

Rye dul . ‘ . . 

Ona pp ; reocipts 102,000 bus, ; sales 
240,000 bus., old 65 to 692; now 69% to 74}. 

Barloy weak ; No, 1 Canada $1.12 to $1,13; 
No, 1 do bright $.114 ;oxtra bright 15. 

Oats ; receipts 16,000 bus ; salos 70,000; 
46} to 4°} mixed; 49) to 54 white, 

Pork woak, $17.75, to $18.00, 

Lard dull, 311.40, 

Butter 14 to 6, 


OSWEGO MARKED, 

Oswego, N. Y., Noy. 3 —Wheat lower; 
white stato $1.88 ; red do, $1.41, aie 
quiot, mixed weatorn 75, Varley quict, No. 2 
Canada held 31,05 ; No.l Canada $1.07 ; No. 
1 bright Canada $1.10, Ryo quict, Canal 
freighta uoobangod, 

—_—_~ 
OHLCAGO MARKUWTS, 

Crtcaao, Nov 3.—Pork $15. 974 nom Nov,; 
$17.45 Jan.; 817.65 bid Feb Lard $11 10 to 
15 nom, Noy.; $11.10 to 15 nm. year; 
$11.45 Jan Wheat £9} uom Nov.; 809 


Deo.; 31f Jan, Corn 1h Nov; 3 to 3h Deg) at | 


nom, Jan,; 46% May, 
mere 


OATTION, 
r p ae public are onytiong! against nogoli- 
ating fora noto mado by Chay. Dom- 
orost in fayor of A. I’, Wallace, for $200, as 
no value has been piven for the game, 
OHAS, DEMOREST, | 
Sidney, Nov, 2, L881 LHGASt Wie | 


GO WEST! 
| y C tiret wait until about tho lat Novom- 
or, When 
BLAIR & SUANKS, 


of Winoipeg, wall open « bran 
L Oi, oh of thoir R 
Eutato Otlicw in Bollovillo, ibn 


: fd Dea? dosirable two storey Brick House cn 


4 splondid list of lands will be roady for 
ISAAC BLAIR, R. H, SHANKS, 
Wed@Sat4wimw ; 


ee ee a. NNN ecm 


MONTH. 


In order to make room for my large supply of Winter Stock 
I will sell all my 


REMAINING STOCK OF GARRIAGES, 


——CONSISTING OF —— 


0 


Top Phestons, Top Buggies, Open Phestons, 
Open Buggies, and Democrats, 


—AT A— 


REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT. 


Salo to continue for one month from this date, when I will offor a grand display of 


WINTER STOCK of CUTTERS, SLEIGHS,&, 


Tho tinest over offered in Belleville, at ‘ 


BXCHEDINGIY LOW PRICES. 
Ihave just completed very extensive additions to my buildings at a large cost, 


rely upon getting food value for their money. All I askis that faite one 


JAMES ST. CHARLES. 


150dtf,wilm 


——— 
BLACK Sinks: 


October 25, 1881. 


RECEIVED TO-DAY DIRECT, 


1 Case of our Celebrated Black Silks, at the following prices : 


90c., $1.00, $1 40, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, and $2.50. 


a 
. 


These Silks are made specially for ourselves, and by far the best 
value ever showa in the City. 


PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. 


FOSTER & REID. 


OH! THAT RHEUMATISM. | CIDER. 
20,000 Gallons Wanted. 


I did not sleep a wink from it all night. How 
common is this complaint, and how unneces- 
PPLY at the old M, E, Church, opposite 
A Brown's Foundry. ; 


. Why, thereis a remedy for it in every 
ee in Gata * It is called Dr. Dow's Stur- 
geon Oil Liniment. It is a medicine of remark- 
able strenyth which, when employed externally 


Pare teens sprains, bruises, cep Re Oct. 21. d&wim 

muscles, ago, sciatica, neuralgia, con —————————————————— 

joints, eryipels,ragworms, &, LAMPS! 
CAUTION. —— 

Do not use it internally because its strength is We have some light and elegant 


so great that it is adopted only for outward ap- 
plication bothas a counter irritant and as a 
restorer of the bru'sed inflawed skin to healthy 
action. 
Pot up in large bottles, retail 25 cts. each, 
4 sold by a!l Druggists and Country Mer- 
ants, 


HANGING LAMPS, 


for halle, parlors or dining rooms. These are 
decidedly in advance of payibing previously 
shown in Belleville. Also, a large I:t of 
beautiful 


TABLE LAMPS, 


in ed brass and ted porcelain, fitted 
with the best pel sa market. Pricea 


very low. 


J, W. BBAYLEY, 
Montreal, 


BO) ab psaee 


the corner of Mill and Burrell Streets. 
There is a good grocery store attached to the 
house and a good ae whe terms and 
further particulars apply on the premises, 
Belleville, Oot, 25, 1881. 149d6t 


F. #. ROUS & CO. 


Belleville, Oct. 25, 1881. 


~ PUTTNER’S 


EMULSION! 


—OF— 


COD LIVER OIL 


—WITH— 


HYPOPHOSPHITES, &C., 


By C. EB. PUTTNER, Ph M, In- 
structor of Pharmacy HMali- 
fax College. 


CARPETS. — 


ee is a leading department with us,fand 
this Fall wo offer for sale an uncommonly 
large Stock of Brussels, Tapestry and all wool 
Carpets, in beautiful New designs and in 
reliable Qualities. 


The special facilitios we possess of buying 
these hea ly in the Cheapest markets 
in the world, secure thom td our customors 
at the very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada. 


IJ\HE inventor in prosenting this proparation 
i to the modical profession and the public 
at large, does it with a confidence of its ao. 
coptaace, based upon the results of its uso as 
evinced during some years in the Lower Pro- 
vinces, and its unqualified endorsation by a 
large number of the medical mon of tho high- 
ost standing, who havo watched jts immediate 
and gratifying offects, It has boon used *, 
all the Public Ingt\tutions, Hospital, and 
Disponsarieg with Lm atlas, g00d regults, 
ancl i} iq nat too muoh to say that its uso is 
oficial, In proof theroof it ia recommonded 
b * 


TERMS, OASH, 


GEO. RITCHIE & CO. 


— 
— 


LING 
TADISCOVERY! 


LOST MANHOOD RESTORED, 
A viotim of youthful poe uaa Manhocsk, of 


df dm 

Hon. D, MoN. Parker, M.D, &o,, Consult- 
ing Physician, &o,, Hospital, Halifax, 

Kid. Jennings, M. D,, Surgeon P, & O, Hos. 
pital, Halifex, 

Goo, L Sinolair, M. D., Ass't Physician 
Mcunt Hopo Insano Hospital and Prof, of 
Aontomy Halifax Medioal Collego, 

0. D, Rigby, M.D, Surgoon to. the Dia- 
pouryr ¥, 

‘(. Tronaman, M, 1,, Physician Halifax 


Disponsny y tore Decay, Nervous De' ‘remedy, DAS, 
‘ y. ‘ every Known Sri Paty 
Wt Moor, M.D. CO. We, Kontville, | DAYIDGIC Dipeit cure, wblcl 2 py ge mas¥ 
Isto Surguon P, & C, Hospital, Halifax, to. hie. feliow-susferare, sh =< 


W. B Brine, M.D., Port ul, P, ks, I, 

W. B, Slaytor, M.D »L ROS, Bag, &o., 
Prof, of Obatetrios Halifax Modical College, 
and Consulting Surgeon P, & CO. Hospital: 

W. 8. Muir, M.D. OM, LR.S.P. & CO, 
Traro, N. 8, 

Aroho Laweon, Mo D,, M, R. ©. S., &00 
Phyaiolan to Goul, Hospital aud Prof. of Sur 
wory Halifax Modioal Colles 

D, A. Campbell, M, 1,0) Ma 
Halifax Disp snaary, 
: S. Jacobs, M. D., 
-unenburg, N. &, tdgowator, N. & 

W. Cale wr, M Di ao S How? uti 


493 Chatham 86, 


—— 


Physloian to 


Dominion Health Ollioeh 


IS NOW COMPLETE. 


TL, Aphanrern lifax £1.0 
tal, Halifa ,, & 1. O, 4 
goon Gon'l Nhe 4 Dey Le tnivoreity. Woe Have Some Very Handseme 
; Goo, (Unomiatry: oer Goods, 
"roof oO sthore, 


rs., spocily PUTT. 


and many * 


Mme tynlci soe will plsioh ig SOLD RVERY. JAMES OLARKE & Co, 
NEWS bey. ta. Sddawlyr The Pharmacy... 
wit 


—— 


| 


DIREGT IMPORTATIONS 


—or— 


Fine WINES! 


diroot from CADIZ 


. t rocelved ; 
We ave je OPORTO a quantity of 


VERY CHOICE 


SHERRY AND PORT, 


inclading a fow casos of Very Surakion 


—OLD VINTAGE PORT— 
BOTTLED IN OPORTO. 
Wallbridge & Clarke, 


nocuns & Wore Mxuncuants, 
¢ { 87 and 39 Bridge St. 
July 27%b, 1891, 


- ROYAL 


INSURANGE COMPANY ! 


Of London, England. 


FIRHAND LIF. 
QAPITAL - - < = _ $10,000,000. 


olders liability unlimited, Funds in- 

wert $28,000,000; weal income, $5,000, 000, 
Invested in Canada for protection Canadian 
Policy Holdors, nearly 000. Farm = 
insured against by lightning. 

to Live Stoo. by lightning anywhoro 


ade good. 
on the farm mi HONNELLY, Bollovillo, 


Drstricr AGENT 


MONEY TO LOAN | 
1 \e very peer rates, tes instal 
im. 
ments, OF Un one TT. DONNELLY, 
No. 25 Bridge St. Bellevill 


Fire Insucance Company, of Lon- 
don, England. 


ESTABLISHED IN 17832, 


GENOY Established in Canada in 1804. 
A Unlimited liability of allthe Stockhold- 
ers and large reserve funds. Moderate rates 
of Premium. 

GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co. 
General Agents for Canada, 
T, DONNELLY, 
Agent, Belleville 


WHITE STAR LINE 


United States & Royal Mail Stcam- 
cers Sailing every Week 


Betweoon New York, Quoonstown and Liver- 
1. Germanic, Britannic, Adriatic, Celtic 
Battio, Republio, : 


The steamers of this line are 
for safety, and comfort, and do t 
carry cattle, sheop or pigs. (asbin passage, 
$00, 960 and $100, Excursion tickets on fav- 
orable terms. Stoerage tickets, inoludin 
railroad fare to and from Belleville, at lowes 
rates, Parties dosiring to send for their friends 
or take a trip to the old country will do wel) 
to apply for tarther information to 

T, DONNELLY* 

277dkw Agent, Bellovil'e 


N. H. DOWNS’ 


VEGETABLE BALSAMIC 


ELIXIR 


Is_a sure cure for Coug! 
Whooping - Cough. and 
Diseases, when taken in season. 
- People die of consumption simply 
because o1 neglect, when the timely 
use of this remedy would have cured 
them at once. 
ne 

use proves the fact that no co 
remedy has stood the test like 
Downs’ Elixir. 


25 00 per bot! 
Sarna Ror UE eee cehones ‘ 


Dr. Baxter’s Mandrake 


BITTERS 
Lives Compas eget 


Price 25 genta per: bottle. 
For Brerywhere. 
HENRY & JOHNSON'S 
ARNICA AND OIL 


LINIMENT 


For Man and Beast. 


The most perfect liniment ever com- 
pounded. Price 25 cts. and 50 chan 
. Vor Bale Everywhere. ks | 


Col 
golds 


GRAY’S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. 
TRADE MAR # Tue GreatENa-TRADE MARA 
LiSH REMEDY, - 

An unfailin 

cure for Semin: 
Ry aeee, Ope - 
matorrhes, Im- 
tency,and all ~ 
‘ieeabes that fol- 
lowasa 


= 

desire ohana free by mail to every one. sa The 
Specific Medicine fs sold by all druggists at $1 
peor package, or #ix packages for $5, or will be 
ee by mail on receipt of the money by 


THE GRAY MEDICINE co, 
Toronto, Ont., Canada. 
_Sold by all Druggists and A.L. Geen, Belleville, 


GLASS FRUIT JARS 


YUST TO HAND. 


_— 
200 DOZ. CROWN FRUIT JARS 


the Best in the Maryet, 
- —AT— 


TEMPLETON'S 


Front St, Opposite Foot Bridge, 

TIS RICAN ASSURANCE 
BRITISH AME! ee 
INCORPORATED 1833, 


Capital Paid up - F - $500,000 00 
Canb rare . . « 3,120,400 00 
Insurance on all olassca of property. Lowees 
and liberally rottlerl. 
promptly RK, KLLIOTT, 


69d6m,5taw Agont Bollovillo, 


July Slat, 1881. 


discontinued tho Firo Insurance 
cacaaaea Ho ie still doing s largo busi- 


poss in it. 
Oot, 18tb, 1881, 


AY aa Ft 


pettus 
BPrily Putelligencer 
WOOED AND WON. 


OHAPTER LYILL 
DRUNO'S TACTIOS. 


So it happened that coolness and reserve 
came between Bruno and _ his son. lo 


soul, thore was something repulsive in this 
gloomy brooding, this sullon desire for ro- 
vonge. He could not understand it ; there 
was nothing, loss than nothing to bo wainod 
by it; so they bade oach other good-day, 
and Laurence went back to tho studio, 
Nover had tho repose of art soomed to him 
one half eo beautiful, as after this contrast 
with the bitterness of human nature. While 
Bruno sat dpwn to think out his plans that 
atore in Now Bond atreet drow him like a 
magnot ; it was thore that he had soon hor 

and it was thore, in all probability, that ho 
should learn something about hor ; going 
to the principal, going to the assistant, was 
uscloss, but ho resolyed to return there and 
watch. So ho wont, walking slowly up and 
down on the other sido ofthe stroot ; thon 
his attention was attracted by a porter or 
commissionaire, who appeared to be con- 
tinually taking out parcelsa—a man who 
wore a kind of livery. Most certainly his 
wife had made a purchase there and had 
ordered it to be sent home ; he had heard 
the order given. If 80, could it bo possible 
that this man had takon it? If so, all his 
troubles were ended. He had but to bribo 
him, and he should know by what namo 
sho called herself—this dainty, insolent 
lady who had defied him. Ho wout up to 
him, and the man touched his cap,eyidontly 
thinking he had » customer to deal with. 

Bruno drew out his purse and produced a 
five-peund note. 

* I was in this shop yesterday morning,’ 
ho said, ‘ and I saw ao lady,a very boauti- 
ful lady, with golden hair, and a purple 
velvet dross. I want to find out her name.’ 

‘The man hesitated. 

* There are so many ladies at our shop,’ 
ho said, ‘that it would be almost impoasible 
to find out.’ - 

*T will give you this five-pound note if 
you will try to help me, I heard her or- 
doring a parcel to be sent home ; it seems 
to mo that you would take it. Does that 
give you any clow |’ 

“*] take so many parcels, he said, ‘80 
many that I do not really remember where 
Igo. Oould you toll me what the lady 
bought? | had some large parcels and 
some small ones,’ 

‘Tcan tell you what she bought,’ said 
Bruno ; ‘it was a large dressing-case,’ 

“A dressing-case |’ repeated the man ; 
“that would make a large, square parcel, 
would it not? 1took out two such last 
evening—one to Colonel Gresham's, in 
Grosvenor Square, and one to lady Ker- 


“Lady Kerston !’ repeated Bruno, He 
remembered that they had called her ‘ my 
lady.’ “Where does she live} Tell me 
first—have you ever soon her? What is 
ahe like?’ 

*T have seon her often,’ replied the por- 
ter; ‘but asfortolling you what she is 
like, it would require a far more clever man 
than Iam. She is talked of as being the 
most beautiful woman in England.’ 

‘Is she tall, witha fair face and golden 
hair }’ asked Bruno. 

* Yes, that is Lady Kerston.’ 

He began to think he was on the right 
track at last. ‘he proprictor of the store 
had spoken of her as the wife of one of the 
leading men in England, and he knew Lord 
dverston by repute. He had read of his 
fame, he had read his speeches, he had fol- 
lowed his political career with some inter- 
est; they shared the same opinions in many 
ways. Bruno hadalways a great respect 
for Lord Kerston. Could it be possible 
that fate or fortune had done anything so 
strange, so malicious as to convert his lost 
DBs, his runaway wife into Ladp Kers- 
ton 

“1 will give you this note if you take ine 
to Lady Kerston’s house.’ 

The man looked halfsuspiciously st 
him. 

‘Do you mean any harm to her?’ he 
asked ; ‘because ] would not lend myself 
to that for twice five pounds.’ 

* What harm could Was to a lady like 
ers é Kerston ?’ asked Brano. 

“No ; I do not see any that is possible, 
but it seems strange that you should be 
pulleg to pay 8o heavily for what is no 

BO. 


“Iam the best judge of the use,’ said 
Bruno. ‘You can please yourself about 
Going.’ 

He felt indifferent now; he knew her 
©, and if this man would not take him 

0 the honse he would have no difficulty in 

nding out where so well-known a man as 

rd Kerston lived, 

“Five pounds isa great deal of money, 

nd I 4m @ poor man,’ said the porter; ‘if 

go with you, will you promise that it shall 

ot come to the knowledge of my employ- 

ira i I should be sent away if it did.’ 

| ‘You may trust me,’ said Bruno. 

i Then the man promised to join him in an 
our from that time; ho was engaged at 

present, 

Bruno went back to the park, whore it 
was arranged that he should meet him. 
Was he on the right track, and was it pos- 
sible that he should discover in the supposed 
wife of this great statesman his lost Diano | 
It seemed very improbable, almost im pos- 
sible, Then how could he, a plain obscure 
farmer, how could he claim her? Who 
would believe him ? 

‘Her rank shall not frighten me, her 
wealth shall not frighten me,’ he said to 
himself ; ‘if she sat on a throne by the side 
of a king, 1 would hunt her down.’ 

The time passed quickly enough to him 
waiting there ; it would be o great triumph; 
how frightened she would be to see him at 
her house, She would not defy him thero ; 
she would not look at him with a proud 
soul shining out of hor proud eyes, but sho 
would weep, and plead, and pray. Ho did 
not know Diane. Then the porter came, 
and they went to the house—such a grand 
mansion ; large, magnificent terraces ; could 
this be the house of Diane, whom he re- 
membered in the gloomy, gray rooms at 
Larchdale? Again it seoined impossible, 

‘There would be some pleasure,’ hoe 
thought, ‘in taking hor from a home like 
this, and making herlive at Larchdalo 
again; that would be vengeance,’ 

He saw the porter locking at him with 
wondering eyes, wondering perhaps what 
the gloomy, sullen, brooding face meant ; 
the man seemed vory anxious to get away ; 
‘twas quite evident ho did nut like his 
Work. He wont,and Bruno went up the 
broad flight of steps. He had neyor boon 
OST 60 grand a mansion before, but there 
was nO fear,no trepidation in his manner: 
his heart and soul were fillled with one sin. 
gle purpose; he was thore to ask for his wifo, 
Ife looked at the liveried footman who 
opened the door, 

* Doos Lady Koraton live here?’ ho ank- 
od, 
‘Yon,’ was tho languid reply. 

‘Ta sho at home } I wish to soo hor,’ 
‘Ledyship not at home,’ wos the anawor, 
* Not at home,’ repeated Bruno, ‘ Doos 
that moan she isin the house and unwilling 
to seo any one, or that she is really not 
here 

The man looked aghast. What « question 
to ask tho fashionable servant of a fashion- 


Laurence, gonerous, large of heart, grand in 


| 
| 


DAILY INTELLIGE 


6 oarnostuona of it | 


ablo miatroaa! ‘Tho dir 
ltook him by aveprise; ho anawored it hon 
| eatly, before ho had time to think what ho 
was saying 

My Indy is at [read ho said 

‘I[rosdalo,’ ropoatod Brano; ‘ whero is 
that 

Then the footman recovered himsolf ; ho 
had cortainly lost sume of hia dignity by | 
| being too allablo. Ho looked at Bruno 
| from hoad toefoot, and mentally decided | 
that, although woll drossed, ho was not a | 
gontloman—no need, therefore to waste 
civility 

* Where is Teroadale ?' repeated Bruno 

*Sorry I do not know,’ was tho anawor 

Then the farmer bethought himeolf that 
porhapa another golden key was require i; 
ho placed a sovereign in the man’s hand. 

‘ Now try to reme mbor,’ ho said > ‘I he 
fact ie that I really wish to seo Lady Ker- 
ston on very important bueinoss, and if 
you will tell mo whore sho is, 1 will go 


Then, aveing tho servant | 
*The business is ur- 
her ladyship’s own 


there at once.’ 
hesitate; ho added 
gont, and relatea to 
alfoira,’ 
ro BR CONTINUED 
——— 
Mothers ! Mot! sre!! Mothers!!! 


Aro you distarbed «) night and broken o 
your reat by a niok obiid suffering and orying | 
with the excruvolating pain of cutting teeth ? 
Ifvo, goat onoo and gots bottle of MHS, 


WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP, It wia 
roliove the poor little sulferer immodiately ae 
depend upon it ; thore is no mistake abont it, 
Thore ie not a mother ov earth who has wver 
uned it, who will pot toll you at onve that it 
will regulate the bowvls, and give rest to the 
mother, and relief and hoaltb to the obild, 

perating like maglo. [tid perfectly safe to | 
ane in all oases, aud plossant to the taste, and 
fo the presoription of one of tho oldest and best 
femalo phywciaos and nursos in the United 
States. Sold overywhoro at 25 oontu a bot. 
tle, Wey 


Free of Charge. 

All porsons suffering from Coughs, Colds, 
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loos of Voice, or any 
affection of the Throat an’ Luvgs are request. 
to oa at Jas, Clarke and Co's Drag Store and 
got # Trial Bottle of Dr. Kiog’s New Dis- 
covery for Consumption jree o/ charge, whioh 
will convince them of its wonderful morits 
apd show what a rogular dollar-nizo bottle 
will do, Call carly. 


If you are sufloring with a Cough or severe 


Cold, do not trifle with yourself by trust. 
ing your life to Lozenges and cheap 
and worthloas cough mixtures, but buy at 


once a bottle of ALLeN’s Luna Bacsam ; it 
roaches to the seat of the disoase and removes 
it root and branch ; it does not alleviate and 
afford temporary relicf, as do most cough 
mixturos sold at 25 conts a bottle, but it 
makes a pormanent cure in all cases, if used 
according to directions, 


Oruelty to animais 

There aro socioties for the prevention of 
cruclty to animals, But mon and women 
grow pig-headed whon their stomachs are do- 
moralizod, They insist upon eating at all 
hours of the day and night whatever their per- 
vorted and normal appetitos crave, until thoy 
become incurable dyspoptios, They will on- 
large foolingly on the theme of ‘‘oruelty to 
animals” and thon rotire to the dining-room 
and gorge huge massee of indigestible food, 
Which is worse cruslty to animals or men? 
Every house should koop as a lifo blessing a 

uantity of Dr. Hexrion’s Sugar Coarep 

1118, which will remody this ovil of cramming 
down indigostiiblo food until we feel light 
hoaded from tho table or suffer from paralysis 
They oarry away tho offal and renovate tr’ 
system, Sold by all draggtate. 


Rest and Oomfort to the Suffering 

**Brown’s Household Panacea” has no equal 
for rolioving pain, both internal and external. 
It cures Pain in the Side, Back or Bowels, 
Sore Throat, Rhoumatism, Toothache, Lum- 
bas acd any kind ofa Painor Ache. ‘It 
will most surely quicken the Blood and Heal, 
as its noting powor is wondorful,” ‘Brown's 
Housohold Panacea,” being acknowledged as 
great Pain Reliover,and of doublo the strength 
of any other Wlixir or Linimont in the world, 
‘no it really is the bout remedy in the world 
for Crampsin the Stomach, and Pains and 
Aches of all kinds,” and is for sale by al) 
Druggists at 25 oants « bottle, 264) y 


KACKED BY INNUMERABLE PsNGs, restless 
by day. eleoploss at night, rising unrefreshed 
in the morning, without appetite and pester- 
od by varying and perplexiog symptoms, the 
dyspeptic takes indeed a gloomy view ot hu- 
man existence, For him the zoat of life seems 
gone. Heartburn, oppression at the pit of 
the stomach, and the attendent annoyances of 
of constipation and biliousuess, combing to 
ronder him utterly wretohed. But there is, 
if he will but take a/ivantage of it, a reliable 
source of reliable relief from all misery. 
Nonrunor & LyMAn’s Vacerante Discovery 
and DysspxzpTic Ours is, as its namo imports, 
a botanic preparation, free from mineral poi. 
son, and an all-sufficient remedy for indiges- 
tion in its most obstinate form. It not only 
enriches tho blood by enabling the diges- 
tive organs to convert the food received into 
nutriment, but depurates it by increas- 
ing the action of the bowels and kid. 
neys,the natural outlots for its impurities, 
But while it relaxes the bowels, it never does 
so violently and with pain, like a drastic. ca- 
thartio, It aids, but never forces, Nature, 
invigorating as wollas purifying and regulating 
the system. It thoroughly removes those 
diseased humors which tend to yitiato the 
blocd, purities the urinary secrotion,and pro- 
motes a flow of healthy bile into the natural 
channel, besides expelling it from the ciroul- 
ation. Experience has proved that this stan- 
dard medicine is a thorough remedy for dys- 
popsia, biliousness, costivencas, kidney com- 
plaints, scrofula, orysipelas, salt rhoum, lum- 
bago and all impurities uf the blood, Price 
£1.00. Sample Bottle 10 conts, Ask for 
Nonritmor & Lyman’s Voxetablo Discovery 
and Dyspeptic Cure, Tho wrapper beara a 
fac-simile of their signature. Sold by all 
nodicine dealers 


Cholera Infantum. 

That terrible scourge among cbildron may 
be speedily cured by Dr. Fowler's Extract of 
Wild Strawberry, All forms of bowel com- 
plaints, nausos and vomiting, from an or- 
dinary diarrhwa to the most severe attack of 
Canadian cholera, can bo subdued by its 
prompt use, It is the best remedy known for 
children or adults sufforing trom summer com- 
plaints, 


Putner’s Hmulsion, 

We beg leavo to call our readers’ attention 
to the adyortisomont ot Putner’s Emulsion, 
which sppoars in cur columas, aud judging 
from tho high modical reputation it boars, it 
will morit tho confidence of the profossion and 
public at large. The invontor claims it con- 
tains a larger peroontaye of puro oil than any 
othor Emulsion, avi is made in a Vory ploas. 
ant and palatable form, so that the most doli. 
cate stomach oan rotain it, 


:=1 84 


DUFFY'S. MUSTARD 


DIPLOMA AWAxkDED 1881. 


Manufactured at tho Canada Coffee anc 
Spice Mille, 73 St. James St,, Montreal /? 
tailed by all grocers, 152dly 


AGENTS WANTED, 


Jrok tho best selling artlolos out. Agonts 

maku from $2.50 to $5,00 por day at 
home, Samples by mail at 59 ots,, or 4 new 
articles for $1.00, 


Vomionion Gen 


Agency Co., 


AL TA A A ST Ah PV ase 


| vomber, A, 1), 1881. 


| ber, 


13idimj 214 St James Sb, Montreal, P. Q. 
Wanted, 

\ GESERAL SERVANT wanted, Apply 

to Muu. Gro, Tay on, South George St, 

Oct, 29, dlw 


NCER WEDNESDAY, 


me, 
ale 1 | 
melee 
i 
aaa aie 
€ y tend wa | 
Ale ( (ou 


CITY ASSESSMENT, 
1882. 
NOTICE. 


4 Pe Court of Revision to hear and do- 


tormine appeals againat the assessment Tho 8 ; 
for 1832, will moot at the Pol'ce Court, City 10 Sun inguos alac 
Hall, at 7:30 p, m. each evening as hereafter | °°™PArY in America 


mentioned, and willtake up tho appeals of | 


the arurosment for the several wards in tho | 
following ordor : 

Posten Waunn—Oa Friday, 4th Novem- 
ber, A. D, 1881, 

SAMsoN Wanp—On Saturday, bth Novem- 


bor, A. D, 1881 
Keroimson WARD 

vomber, A, D , 1831. 
BALDWIn Warp 

bor, A D, 1°81 
Bierckgn Wanp 


On Monday, 7th No- 


On Tuesday, 8th Novom- 
Oo Wodnosday, 9th No- 


CoLyMan Wanp—On Thursday, 10ih No- 
vormber, A, D, 1881, 
Munyxy Warp 

. D. 1881, 
Uniinished business ia Foster, Samson, 
Kotohesoa and Baldwin Wards, Saturday, 
12th Novombor, A. D 1881, 
Unfinished business in Bloeoker, Coloman 


On Friday, llth Novem- 


LIFE INSURANCE ¢ 


“LIBHERALITY AND SHOCURITY. 


The onl 


and Murnoy Wrrds, Tuosday, 15th Noyem- 
ber, A. D, 1881, at which Court all unfinish- 
od business will be hoard and finally disposed 
of. 

Appeala only against tho assessment for 
1882 will be heard at this Court. 

Of which all p raons aro required to take 
notice, 

By order of the Court, 
Rk, NEWBERY, 
City Clerk. 


RO LAS 
Of the Court of Revision for the City of Belle- 


ville for the year 1882 will be the same as for 
tho yoar 1581. 


Members of the Court of Revision. 


Ald. St. Charlos, Chairman; Me srs, Far- 
ley, Holden, Diamond, Lingham, Hendereon, 
Frost 

Assoasors for 1882 aro horeby notified to be 
in attendance, 


By order of the Court, 
R. NEWBERY, 


JAMES Sr, CHARLES, City Clerk, 


Chairman, 


CITY DRUG STORE. 


A SUPPLY OF 


ST. JACOB'S OL! 
JUST RECEIVED. 


K, TEMPLETON, 
Divagtsr, 


THE KEY TO (ZALTH. 
fl Burncck Bi.cor 


Unlocks all the clogred avenues of the 
Bowels, Kidneys and Liver. carrying 
off gradually without weakening the system, 
all the impurities and foul humors of the 
secretions ; at the same time Corr 
Acidity of the Stomach, curing 
ousness, ek wae Headaches, Diz- 
ziness, eartburn, Constipation, 
Dryness of the Skin, Dro ie: 
ness of Vision, Jaundice, Salt Rhe 
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Fluttering 
the Heart, Nervousness and Gene! 
Debility ; all these and many other simie 
lar Complaints yield to the evs influence 
of BURDO BLOOD BITTERS. 


Sample Bottles 10c; Regular size $L\ 


For sale by all dealers, 
T. MILBUEN & CO., Proprictors, Toronto. 


TO THE FRONT AGAIN. 


THE OLD RELIABLE 


DIAMOND BRAND 


FRESH OYSTERS! 


—FOR SALE AT— 
CROTHERS’. 


To 8. 


WO ‘OYUOKLOL, PUY Ay opeOU 
frog “AIH S4ayyiqt doyy —— Sxupnatty 103 
Puog weitnip aq plow ny ‘wopoorwu 
PUY 099040} ‘uN {do JO ON eran 

MOO OTE] Puy oynjosqy tru ef "Ot" 
“ULOTT] THOU Og PINogE 
AICI 20 UORred Ou PUY «AION PAY 
SGFTVAS),. O41} {Opt toro oupoTpPOTt 


ou gv WoT) osn 
DOS JF 9Nq JOM ar QUNOL [VON 9M a Go aM 
ii dopy oen ef gue 
wuoydiuiks 20 esau 


KOU] FNOYIM “oun 


‘FUVINLAS PUI puD opUOY, 
<M om JO ‘wuutuo Lrvapm 


pov popraa oF po en ary Borg 
doy Cogs 4sqxo Saot spqpevod uv 


TENDERS WANTED. 


FPXENDERS for tho following supplies for 
the Police Force: 


Irish Felexo Gvyercoats and Water- 
proof Capes, Boots, and 
Wintor Pants. 


lor furthor particulars apply to tho Chiof 
of Po'ioo. 

Tendors rocoived up to the 4th Novombor, 
A.D. 1881, and to bé addreasod to the undor- 
signed, 


kh. NEWBERRY, 
Clerk to the Commissioners, 
Bollovillo, Oct, 27, 1881, 


dtd 


NOVEMBER 2 18xI, 


THH SUN 


0°Y OF MONTREAL 


—— 10 fee 


30: 


BS NTS ss 20) ere parte 


_—:0:—_—____ 


LIFE and ACCIDENT ASSURANCE. 


——— 3); 
THOMAS Workman, Esq, 
President, 


W. T, McINTYRE, GEN RAL AGENT, BELLEVILLE. 


y Company in America issuing Unconditional 
Life Policies, j 


> incom psrably tho most liberal Acoidont policy in existence, No other 
givos days of graco on Accident policies. , 


M. H. Gaus, Ese, M.P. 


eS 
BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE. 


|10 HE FFERERA—JYE CREAT EOKOPYA 
| ReMEOY Oe J.B. SIMPSONS APECIFIU 
MEDICINES 
Da. J.B, Sinvacn’s Srecinic Meniwise 
Qoaltive cure for Speriwnatorrhes, Lips 
cakness, and all diseases resulting from 
Abuse, as Nervous Debility, Irritability, 
tal Anxiety, Languor, Lassitude, Depress'o 
Bpirits and Functional Derangements of 
Nervous system generally, Pains in back or 
Lots of memory 
Premature Oid 
Age and dine 


that lond to Gon| ava 
samayAlon; Inaan-] Uae 
ty, ° Ba 

y, and an early ee 


ve, or both, 
o matter how 
shattered pete S 
tem ma) rom excesses of any kind, a abort 
course of this Medicine will poste ah the lost fano- 
— and procaine stealth and Happiness, a 
‘ore was despon by and gl r 
cific Medicine Ae beltig ned with wondttol ae: 
coat, Pamphlets sent free to all, Write for 
pang ik full YP ga! 
q fic, $1.00 per package, or eix pack 
a for $0.00, Wiil be saat by toall on recel 
of money, Address all octers, 
NORTHRUP & LYMAN, 
Toronto, Wholesale Ayents, 
Sold In Belleville by Jas. Clarke & Co, Id&w 


The Deseronto Navigation Co, 


about $1,000,000. 


’ R. Macaunay, (LIMITED.) 
Vive-Prosidont, Manage iene 
1881 = a.aliah 188 


I[\GE Stesmers of this Company will, from 
opening until close of Season, or f 
notice, run about as under: 
Napanee and Deseronto Line. 
By Steamer “ Pilgrim.” 
Leave Napanee at 6a.m., 9a.m., 1,)5.p.m 


MAILS, Close * Delwer oo 4:15 p.m, Leave Deseronto at 7,30 am. 
East por G. T. R., inoluding Lonsdale, Marysville, Shannonville eee alli mey 3:30 pm, and 5.45 p.m, 
5 Kingsford, and Maritimo Provinoes.......scssssessseseenee 11:00am, 6:05 pm. | Picton, wegeronto, Kelleville & 
Unite eri Sete ay Consecon, Hillier & Murray 9:00 p.m, 7:30 a.m. T.enton Line, 
: MOODE .cescesscecvecsscesececs sees 9,00 Dm. 6:05 p, : 
Wear AE including Western States and West’n Poet 5:00 ae 12,07 Be By Dleamer 4 Deseronte. % 
i Pee Wada vccsecedetiealscnge tonne -. 5 9:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. Teave Picton at 6 a. m., Thompson's 6,30 
iia ads a no Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- Fd a pauling 6.45, at h’s di eeenie 7:30 
a eeas Mddsc'engedoisbapy deceased ode tvunts tis :00 a.m. 200 p.m. orthport 8,15, Big 8:45, Belleville 10, 
Menlo, Barnbrac & Briakwort, on Monday, edocs & Friday 7:00 am. 5:00 p.m. | Rednerville 10:30, Arnvo at Trenton ll 
, , and Saturday ..........., :00 a.m, 00 p.m. | a, m 
7 AG reas , Mountain Viow, Rossmore, daily.. 1:00 p.m 10:00 a.m. Leave Trenton at 1 p. m.,Re Incraville 1:30, 
or Hat an P aii mn, To y, Thursday, and Naturday......., 1:00 pm. 10:00am. | Belleville3, Big Taland 3:45, Northport 4:30, 
- c) i C) aoe Se Monday, Wednesday, & Friday,......  1:00p.m. 10:00am. | Deseronto 5:30, Hough's 6, Roblin’s 6:15, 
ties 00, seb est Huntingdon, Foxboro, daily ,... .... amir p.m. rae noon. | Thompson's 6:20. Arrive at Picton 7:30} p. m. 
DOO, per Boh N. Hei. c ccc ceseccrecs viwaliebw acs eee Pepe a Sys) rime sand Islan ‘ od 
Meiete eae Roslin, Plainfield, Thomasburg, Tweed, ey i, A900. p mm. Meta Mronto, i m & Oddensb ar 
‘Ounifton,” dally 7, 99046 03 er. eet ha eee ‘vereprese, 1:00pm. 12-00 noon,] BY STEAMER “ARMENIA.” 
MoS and tiger on Renter iiscneedey and Saturday .. 1.00 p.m. 12:00 noon, (Ae Tuesdays, Thursdays Lo sibel 
toco, Bogart, and Fuller, on Tuesday and Friday ...........,.. 1:00pm. 12-00 ve Deseronto at 5 am, calling at Picton at 
Sidney Crossing, Wednesday and jaturday.... gf iT asesie daeitett . 1:00 ae 10:00 ip 6:45 a.m., Bath 10, Amherst Teland 11, Kings 
ee. Se as follows :—por Canadian line (via Quebec) ic pp ae ra i fect ‘ 
FIGAYIAG: isms b's > sean we ocev¥edeebativestteecs 9:00 pint exa ont feted As : 
Via Now York, Saturday and Monday.......+++-s+essssenees 9:00 p.m. arriving at Ogdensburg the same evening at10. 


of 9am. and 5 p.m, 
Roglatored Letters must be posted 20 minutes 


Office hours, 7,30 a.m. to 7. 


FORBIGN 


Canada having been admitted into the Postal Union, there is a re-arrangomentof Postal 
rates, as follows :— 


For Austria, Belgi Denmark, Iceland, 
Great Britain and Dae = 


For Aden, Argentine Confederation, 


Colonies in Asia, Africa, Ooeanioa and Amerioa, exoe 
Afrioa 


Porsian Gulf, Portugueso Colonies in Asis, 


{n Africa, Ooeanios and America, excopt Cuba and Porto Rico, Straits. settlements in Singa- 
pore, Penang and Malasoca :—Lotters, 10 ots. per 4 oz. Post cards, 4 ots. exch. Newspapers, 
4 conts for 4 oz. Books &o,, 4 cents for4oz. Other Rogistration fees, 10 oonts. 
Weat India Islands, via Halifax, same rate as formerly, Prepayment by stamp in all vasca 
J. H. MEACHAM, 


reland, Greece, Italy, Laxem 


“fd 5a.m.,, calling at Prescott 


at 5:15, Brock a 9:45, 


ue 1 p.m., 
3:30, Amherst Island 4:45, Bath 5:30 Picton 


10, 
CONNECTIONS, 

Trenton—With Prince Edward Railway and 
Grand Tronk Railway. Belloville—With 
Grand Trank Railway and Grand Junction 
Railway. Napanee—With Grand Truok Ry, 
Picton—With Prince Edward Ry. Kingston 
—With Grand Trook Ry., Kingston and 


before the close of each mail, 
30 p.m., Sundays excepted 
POSTAGE. 


ae and Miquelon, Persia, via | ,,, Ogdensburg—With ;densburg & 
Oceanioa, Trinidad, 8: Colonics | T226 Champlain, Utica &. River, and 
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railways, 
R, C, CARTER, Manager, 
General Offices, 
Descronto, 9th May, 1831. 


Postmaster. 


NOTICE 


Is hereby given that the line of the Toronto 

and Ottawa Railway runs through the 
counties of Peterborough, Hastings ana Ad- 
dington, piss of which and books of reference 
Wet ereto have been fyled according to 


W. 
Dated 22nd June, A. D., 1881. 
J. CO, BALLEY, 
Chiet Engineer T, & O. R’y. 
JOSEPH GRAY, 
Seo’y T. & O. I'y. 58dlm 


Owners of Steam | Boilers, 


NSURANCE iat explosion granted on 
Boilers, Buildings and Machinery, and 
Boilers poriodically inspecte i, by the 
CAHADIAN STEAM USERS’ INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 
Sir Atex Camppsct, President, 

Hon. Jouxn MoMvrrics, Vice-President. 
Head office, 9 Victoria St., Toronto, 
A. F, JONES, 
Seo, - 


GEO. OC. ROBB, 
Chief Engineer, 
N.B,—Send for pamphlet and rates. 


SPECIAT. NOTICE 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 


r 


Drs. Williams and Nash 


May be consulted at the 


B h Office of the Detroit Throat 
tents and Lung Institute, 


Wost Front St,, over Ovecell’s store, opposite 
Glasgow Warehouse, 


BHDLOLEVILoE 


on all the various disoases of the 


HEAD, THROAT & CHEST, 


including the EYE, EAR and HEART, 


The doctor will also attend to all 


Uhronie, Blood & Nervous Diseases 
All diseasos of the Beet organs treat- 
ed by 


Medicated Inhalation, 


combined with proper canstitutional reme- 
dies. —Over 20,000 successfully troated at our 
head office in Datroit since 1870. 

The vory best of references given from all 
arts of Canada from those already cured. 
Remodies sont to all parta of Ontario. 

ConsuLTATION Free 
If possible call y for an oxamination, 
otherwise writofor a List of Questions. Ad- 
dross 


Drs, WILLIAMS & NASH, 
Belleville Ont. 


Lape coea DM TEs EE 
re ay 2a mea: 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, 
Hd most comfortable aud popular routo 
Enat and West (via Hamilton), to 
Panis, London, Kinoardino, Sarnia, and points 
in Wostorn Canada, , 
Dernort, Saginaw, and Michigan pointa. 
Cycaao, St. Louis, Omaha, San Francisco, 
and the Wost. 
Manirona, Dakota, and tho groat North-west 
Torritorios, 
Burvato, Rochester, Boston, Now York, and 
tho ner 1S ayer, 
Flogant drawing-room and palaco i 
oara t rough (from Hamilton) to Dotroilt, Pht 
cao, Boston and Now York, without change. 
ining care run{ rom Susponsion Bridge to 
Chicago. Grand Trunk and othor lines mako 
clone connections at Toronto, F 
For Tiokots and necessary Information via 
bl to, a 
thie most desirable mop DONNELLY, 
Tioke’ 1 Ine, Agen 
Tyepet oe Belleville, 


$22 


HASTINGS 
LOAN AND INVESTMENT .OCIETY 


BELLEVILLE, ONT. z2) 
CAPITAL. $250,000. rst 


ag 
rts) 


"SdIL HAIKY Woes 


ObwM O10 STLLAUVIIO ~ THI 


“xe 
o1pry 


Yet TO LOAN on Farm or City prop- 
orty, at lowest current rates. 
Payments can be made to fall due at any 
scason of the year tosuit borrowers. No de- 
lay in obtaining the beyond the time 
peomeescily employed in the investigation of 
ou, 


Mortgages Purchased. 


Savings Bank Depariment. 
Four PER CENT interest allowed on Depos- 
{ta. No notice required of withdrawal. 


Grvice—Front Street, between City Hal 
and Bridge Street, 


8 t loans at 7 per cent, No fines 
traigh' 6 


No ons, 
J, P. 0, PHILLIPS, 
22dd&wlyr © Manager. 


. Gignre™ = 

S) THEY TARE >) 

Bs MADE FROM THE 
‘ BEST SELECTIONS 
OF BRIGHT 


| 


oreterreEna we 
GLOBE TOBACCO CO,, 


HALES | Deas eee eae oe 
yeeges PAPER BAGS 
AN a 

Wrapping Paper, 
Twines, 
Inks, 
Has been in constant \ Envelopes, 
use by the public /# Stationery, Sc. 
for over twenty years, Aes 


‘gopad [183037 Jo 1dyo002 wo ssozppy Suv 


soxoq o[dmus 010m IO0My 


Anoqitai 10 IT 


and Is the best preparation 
ever Invented for RESTOR- 
ING GRAY NAIR TO ITS 
YOUTHFUL COLOR AND 
LIFE. 


Lazier’s Paper Store 
ROBERTSON BLOCK 


$5 10 820m. 


David B. Robertson, 


It supplica the natural 
food and color to the hair 
glands without staining the 
skin. It Wail Increase and 
thicken the growth of the 
hair, prevent its blanching |; 
and falling offf and thus 
AVERT BALDNESS, 


rofession in all its branches. 
ON NS. 4 Post Office Block, Bildgo 
Street, Belleville, Ont. : 
—Mr. R. has beon aj 
Banking 


It cures Itching, Erup- 
tlons ond Dandrum Asa 
HAIR: DRESSING it ia very |) 
desirable, giving the hair a || 
silken softness which all 
admire, It keeps the head 
cloan, sweet and’healthy. 


bonght and sold 


A.G. NORTHRUP. 
Issuer of Marriage Licences, 


Orrion, Sure Harr, Bauimyiius. 
Ootohar 8. 1RBet 


BURTON'S 
ALL HEALING TAR 
GLYCERINE SOAP 


dy, : 


GUCKINGHAMS Dyp 
WHISKERS 


will change tho beard to & BROWN or 


BLACK at discretion. Being In one wm Hah eategemy cet 
preparation it is easily applied, and tho hands soft ann smooth, 
produces a permanent color that will #3 Aak for BURTON'S} 


Wholesale by A. SAVAGE & SONS, 17 St, 
John Stroot, Montreal 


—EeEeE=EeEE—>>=E—e 
Intolligencer Printing and Puab- 
lishing Company (Limited), 


not wash off, 
PREPARED BY 


R. P, HALL & CO., NASHUA, WH, 


Sold by all Dealers in Medicine. 


NOTICE. 


J, O. Jamrmaon 


Guo, B, Rarp, 
Prealdont, Treasures, 
NHOS, FU LEER & De. bars renores soe ‘ NIE 
office from G. T, R, Depot to the Masonio | /P.HE Treasurer le the only autho 
Blook, opposite the Upper Bri Belleville, {nod to recelve moneys for th Com, 
70 PON FULLER & Co. | and Fat receipt fr the a pony 
oe eee only) ANI A Cheques, and a 
7 a Wook. hts A home easily | ments on the pany, 
$ (2nru. Contly outfit tree, Address the slgustare of the Predideat, (a rt 
Taom & Co., Auguste, Maine, that of the Treararer, WN he 


~ 


VoL. 15. 


ISNT. issl, 


SUMMER SERVICE. 
ALLAN LINE 


Pusiness Aivectory. 


John J. i, Flint, 
YOLICITOR for Bank of Commerce, 
Ss Campbell Street. to 
No charges for commission, 


rata 
Dougall & Falkiner, 
] ARRISTERS and Attornoys, 
Fublio. 
Campboll St., Bollovillo, Ootarto, 


A. R Doveaun, Q C. 


Wiliam N, Ponton. M.A, 


To AND FROM 


and B cory, Convoyanoer, ko. 
Office Block, Bolloyiile, 


"~~ Bdward 6, Ponton, 
BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. 


Offige in Gordon Block, Front St. 


Monoy to loan at lowost rates. A small 
sum of private /unds on hand at six per cent., 
straight loan, no commission, 24d 


Loans nogotiated. 


Liverpool, Londonderry, 
Glasgow. 


FE first-olass Olyde-built iron steamships 
of the Allan line, (carrying the Canadian 
and United States Mails,) will be despatched 
as followa:— 
SALLINGS FROM QUEBEC; 


POLYNESIAN, - - + 29th Oot, 


. ARDINTAN, - = = s 5th Noy. W. J. GIBSON, B.A., M.LD., C.01. 
ARISIAN, vie" . 7 12th . ATE House Surgeon of Kingston Gonoral 
PERUVIAN, - . ‘i - oe “ _4 Hospital. Graduate of Queen's Univer- 
SARMATIAN, + eg tL nity. Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Office 
RATES OF PASSAGE : Dafoe House Block, dew 


From Belleville via Quebeo:—Oabin nocord) 
0g Sp position of stato-room, $79.80, $89.80, 
Intermediate, withrfirat-olass Railway Faro, 
47. : 
Hiss with Grat-olass Railway Faro, $32. 
Return Tickots at reduced rates, 


Stoo passengers are booked to London, 
Briatol, Cari, Q 


J, E. Eakins, M. D, 
“.RADUATE of Toronto University, Licen- 
tiate of the Royal Colloge. of Surgeons, 
and Licentiate of the Royal College of Physio- 
ions, Edinburgh. Office and residence corner 
Hote! and Chureh Streets, Belleville. 


aeons . Dorry and Glas- -— = 
A. W PONTON, 
gow, at samo rates yorpool, — 
i h ROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR, Bello- 
vont ereet i tga la yille. Office in the Gordon Block, near- 
Persons send for their frionds oan | }y over Overell’s Book Store, 
obtain ortificates at lowest rates from —_— — 


“BELL & BIGGAK, _ 

f Bes Re at Attorneys, &o. Orrions— 

Corner of Bridgo and Front Streets, 
Belleville, Ontario. 

Joun Brut, Q. CO. W. #H. BIaoaR, _ 


sO BEATR & HOUGH, 


England, [relaad or Scotland, to any placo in 
Canada 


Tho laxt train connecting at Quebeo with 
tho Allan Mail Steamer will loaye Bolloville 
riday at noon. ; 
ST nees can Bias leave by be eee 
ie Fridays, and connect with the s . 
or a Rimouski (paying tho oxtra fare, $4.45, ARRISTERS, &c., offices No. 4 Ashley 
Quobeo to Rimouski.) Blook,over Canadian Bank of Commerce? 
For tickets and every information, apply | Front St. Belleville, 


HUGH BLAIR, J. STANLEY HOUGH. 
U, EB, THOMPSON, _N.B.—Privale monev to a at 7 por cont, 
: i ti - Agent, Belleville, Ropertson & Thomas, 
ONTREAL | ARRISTERS, &o. —_ Officoo—-Robertson 
FOR Mi ANO_ INTERMEDIATE PORTS. Blook, osst ‘sido of Front Street, Bello- 


yillo, Ont. 

_Aumx. Ropanrson, 
Deranoy & Ostrom, 

| ae get Attornoys, oto., Trenton, 


_ Commodious AND Favonrre Passenoer 
AND /REIGHT STEAMER 


J. PAkker THomas, 


135 


Peterson & Peterson, 
|B yee Attornoys-at-Law, Solioi- 
tore in Chanvery, Insolvenoy, and Me- 
chanics’ lion oases, Convoyanoers, &o., &o. 
Head Offico corner Bridge and Front Ste., 


ALBXANDRA, 
ILL, until further notice, leave Bolle- 


~ yille every Saturday evening and | Bellovillo, ay 
Mond ing, down- Branoh office O' Flynn's Black, Madoo, 
Soe angel wnat) toe | ALM Puraesow,B. 1, 0.W, Peraaaoy.B,A. 
Taine deghay paris, whi _. Geo. D. Dickson, Q. €., 
5 Excursion tickets at lowest rates to Portland, Bae &o,, Post Office Blook, 
Orchard Beach, White Mountains, and all Bridgo Streot, Rollovillo, 


7 on the lower St. Lawrenoe,Intercolonial 
resorts. For farther in- 


7 5 seaside 
Pesan Agee tara Captain on Board or 
be _ W.H. CAMPBELL, 


Sam’l. 8. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solioitor in Oha1 
cory, Conveynnoor, &o. Orrice—No, 4, 
Graham's Block, entranoe from cenrbel 
Ww 


us ul <n nt, | Street, Belleville, Ont; 2} 
Belloyille, May 8rd, 1881. d&w John J. Farloy, M.D. - 
t 2 ( FFICE and Rexidenco,—Front Stroet, 
Bees, over Carmichael's Drug Store. 
ae unex | aan 
‘ ———— — ae = Dr. H, James 
‘ 4 JAS removed his office to his rosidendo, 


The Steamer “ VARUNA, ’ SEe hes apace OR eater 
____ J, A. PORTE, Carrauy, * 
leave Trenton 


SHR at 6 o'slock 
srvile and Sees tarween, Se 


5. A. Abbott, M. D., 
Gy embor of the Galloye of Physilazs end 
: member of the oof Ph an 
on Ba; Heron hen = 4. keen af uaeeis sormen—In bertson’s 
Will leay * return ew Bloo t Front & ext to 
‘the head of the Bay; leaving Belleville at 4:80 | Meohanion Tusiitute, Bellovilles  'd158 


nm P 3 -—__- OO _ 
SB Gesaiiesl in waiting at Picton and Belle- Evans & Bolger, 
ville. > ROVINOIAL LAND SURVHYORS 
W. H. CAMPBELL, 


Or. oe Lalt Agent, Belleville, | Agonts. 
P. F, MoCUAIG, Agent, Picton. 
May 21, 881. branches in any part of Ontario Promptly 
" 


fe 


eyes to, Drawings, 3 oations, 
THE STEAMER HERO, | “yous ‘soiieckaredseteatents applied for. 
> oh ee P.L.8., C0. E. & A. P.L.8, 


BANKING OFFICE 
U. £ THOMPSON, 


Baroae Steuer, Beccaviice, Or, 


KORD, MASTE 
wi leave Belleville ove morning 

(Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 
6 o’olock, calling at intermediate porta both 


wa: 
will leave Kingston for Belloville 
and intermediate ports at 4:30 p.m. 

The ‘‘Hero” connocts at Kingston with the 
G. T. R. going East and West; tho Royal 
Mail lino of steamers for Montreal, Toronto 
and Hamilton ; the Jory steamors for Capo 
Vinoent, and steamers for Ridean Canal and 


G. CRA 


AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS 
Bought and Sold. 


Deposits recelved, subject to withdrawal 
withont notice and loterent allowed. 


wa. ‘ 
_ For furthor information to 
; Ww. 1 Us MPBELL. 
Belleville, May 6, 1881, d&kw 


MANHOOD. 


HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! 


Wo havo recently published «a now 
edition of Dr. Oulverwell’s Oele- 
ical and 


RUPTURE 
Chas. Cluthe’s 
Pat SpiralTiu - 


ted Hsasay on tho rad per- you cone 6r Rurrvne. 
manent cure (withont medioine) of Nervous 
Dobili Mental and Physical Incapacity, ENTIRELY NEW PRINCIPLE 


Nothing better and more substantial under the 
gan! If you are raptured or deformed send 
for book on Rurrons anp Human Frame, by 
Chas. Cluthe. Bost information of a life-long 
study. Natural mechanical advantage #; 18 
years’ material experionce and bost tools mon- 
ey can buy, made him‘ perfect master of his 
ofession, Will visit asfollows. Oome early 
m’t wait for tho last hour. 
Late of Hamilton. CHAS OLUTHE. 
1184 King St. West, Toronto; Ont, 


1 oxcomes, 

#® Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents, 
or two postage stampa. 

The celebrated author, in this admirable 
Eanay, oloarly demonstratos,from thirty yoars’ 
successful practice, that alarming conse- 
ucnoes may bo radically cured without tho 
rous uso of interna modicine or the 
cation of tho knife; pointing out a mode 
oure at onoo slmplo, certain and offectual, 


by means of which overy sufferor, no matter 
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BFLLEVILEE, Hotel, 


Oct. 7th and 8th. 


PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN, 


$8000 


Leoture should be in the hands of Anglo-Amorican 


every youth and overy man fn the land, 

aides 

THE OULVERWELL MEDIOAL CO., 
41 Ann 8+., NowYork 


Bly of Private Monoy at 8 pe 


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ARTIES wishing to purchase good meat d: parla, eat 
at {air prices, would do well to call at the Aod 12. 1Rah ev oo 


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and Salt Moats kept constantly on hand, 


AGENT: 


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Jawan Lun & Co., Montreal, Quabeo, 


EYE, EAR AND THROAT 


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{ty College, Toronto, and Surgeon to Moroor 


Work. Bap cicn | sores 
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tit free, 
ante 4, Maine, 


& Co,, Portlao ville, professionally, on Saturday, Doo, 10th, 


a 


Office, 
Monoy to loan at lowest 


Notsrica 
Offico—Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 


N, B. FAcKINER. 


ARRISTER, Attornoy, Solicitor in Chan- 
Office, No. 3, Post 


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De 
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Duriln Sutelligencer, 


Mr, Cox's Amalgamation Scheme, 

Wo presame that tho notice which has ap- 
prared in our columna for sowe days past may 
be taken as giving formw,to some at loast of the 
railway rumora which for nevoral months pret 
bave served tokoep many of our realérs og 
the tip-too of expoctation, As we understand 
the notice in question, ib appears that Me 
Cox has boon cuccossful iniaduciog Mr.Good- 
orham to enter into such a preliminary Agroo- 
ment for the saloof the Toronto and Nipissing 
railway, and ‘foronto and Ottawa charterer, as 
he bolioves to be in the intorest of the Mid. 
land to accept, and that he has acc wdingly 
called a mocting of the owoors of the latter 
road to accept the same, With rogard to the 
Grand Junction and North Hastings road, 
this evidently ib the final step necessary to 
complete the amalgamation which practically 
came into «fleot Last June, 

That tho proposed amalgamation is in the 
interests of the proprietors o: the several com. 
panies cong roed there can be no doubt, even 
though thore may be a difforence of opininion 
among their soveral owners as to the exact 
basiv of asle or cousolidation. Even in the 
tight little island of Great Britain, where dis- 
tauces aro short, experionce has proved that 
true economy consists in the amalgamation of 
small lices, and of course the chief reason 
which applica there applies with increased 
force in Canada, whero most shipments are 
mado for much longer distunces, Under such 
circumstances we beliove it is useless to oppose 
the p.oposed amalgumation, oven if it were 
our interest to do ao, whioh itis not, Indeed, 
wo are strongly inclined to think that the 
present soheme will prove most beneficial to 
tho interests of both the towo and county of 
Peterborough, 

It is quite truo that most of cur readers will 
look upon this as the last of the Toronto and 
Ottawa project, asa through lino betwoen 
Toronto and the east, and asa rival to the 
Grand Trunk, and we are not prepared to say 
thoy are far wrong, although we think they 
may still derive considerable advantage from 
it as a part of the Midland, asitis extended 
eastward towards Ottawa, Asa portion of 
the Midland it will bring us in direct connec- 
tion with an important local trade, while 
every milo built eastward will also assist the 
Midland in building up its through traffic, 
even ah that through traflic should be 
transferred to the Grand Truok or tho water 
at Port Hope or Belleville, 


We may a8 well look matters straight in 
the face, and if we do, wo think the conclu- 
rion will soon force itself upon us thet the 
Midlsnd shculd strengthen ite position by 
such amalgamations as those which the notice 
contemplates, until it becomes strong enough 
to stand alone ; or it must either be swallow- 
ed up by the Grand Trunk or some rival oom- 
pany to the latter, In the interest of the dis- 
trict werved by it, and especially of our own 
town and county, we should prefer the first 
alternative, becausc as an independent lios 
largely dependent upon local traffic for -its 
success, itis more likely to study our’ re- 
quirements, and to develop our resources than 
it would be were it to form a part of the 
Grand Trunk or any other great through line, 
and have its chief managers located in a com- 
mercial centre where they would be sur- 
rounded with influences, at least to a certain 
extent, antagonistic to the progress of the 
towns and yillagos along the line, 


Lot us point out a few of the reasons which 
lead ue to look fayourably upon the present 
scheme, Assuming the proposed amalgama- 
tion to be an accomplished fact, it will at once 
give ouréelyes, in common with the rest of the 
country served by the amalgamated roa, di- 
rect connection with Midland on the Georgian 
Bay, and the trade, which we have the bist 
evidence is destined to, almost all at once, 
centre there, a8 well as with Toronto, Port 
Hope and Belleville on Lake Ontario, and the 
mining districts of North Hastings—a much 
more important matter than many may be 
disposed to think, OF all these points, in 
view of the future, we look upon Midland as 
the most important, both to ourselves and the 
company, while to the development of the 
trade naturally centreing thero, this amalga- 
mation is of primary importance, As svery- 
body knows, to do a large cast-bound grain 
trade with succese, the Midland must fiod 
roturn cargoes for the vessels bringing in grain, 
Withvut this, either grain will not be shipped 
this way, or tho vessels bringing is will have 
to receive not only fair rates for ao doiog, but 
enough in addition to resoup them for takin, 
in aud throwiog out some worthless materia 
to xerve as ballast while the vessel is seeking 
auother cargo in another port. Under such 
circumstances we imsgine the proprietors of 
the Midland understand it is useless for thom 
to attempt to seoure a portion of the western 
grain trado, That being the case, it isa mat- 
ter of almost life and death to their line that 
they sbould in some way secure at least arca- 
sonable amount of west bound freight, and, as 
a means to this end, the proposed amalgama- 
tion will undoubtedly prove of the greatest 
service, With itthey will not only have their 
present lino and its connection with the Graud 
Tyunk and the Jake at Poit Hope, but Toronto 
and thio country served by the Grand June- 
tiop, the North Hastings, and the Toronto 
and Ottawa, aa fast as they aeo fit to con- 
atruct it, to drawupov. Perhaps no better 
illustration of the effect of the drawing of 
the western grain trade to this route could 
be givon than tho statement that among the 
retaro cargoes which have been found for 
vessels bringing grain to Midland this fall, 
has been three of barley, which was taken to 
Chicago, and that therois every probability 
of our iron ore being shipped in the samo 
way to Duluth Return froights becoming 
io this way » necessity to the Midland, it bo- 
comes obvious that the road will of necessity 
be compolled to do everything in its power 
to foster and develop the looal production of 
those commodities which contribute to this 
end, and as the western domand for much 
that wo eithor produce or mavufacture is quite 
as good as any eastorn outlet, it will at once 
be soon how important the development of 
this trade becomes to us onpocially as a 
manufacturing point, in yiow of the business 
thus placed within our reach in the north. 
west, 


But some may be disposed to say that from 


this stand point Potorborough would bo bot: | 


tor without the now connections, jvasmuch 
as sho would havo fowor places to compote 
with for this trado. Not atall. This kind 
of transport business cannot be done as a ove 
horse businers, Versol mon will not book 
Midland, or ony othor port, unless thoy can 
discharge and roload af once, With thom 
time is money, and it is only at ports whore 
a largo business iv dono thata protitablo sbip- 
ping business can bo dono, and it ia doubt’ ous 
in view of thie fact, and the Vital importance 
of this trade to the Midland that this ama) ya. 
mation sohomoe haw been worked up by Ne 
Cox, and for the samo roavon, although not 


tho best possible line between 


l'o « 
Ottaws, it ia ovidont, that with ai ieee 
mado with Ottawa, thin ling will tor many 
yoara prove the shortest and bast botw ot 
fontroal ani) Midland, and the Jake sort 
connected with the lattor by rogular lines ot 
atoanjore, and will thorofore be in & position 


to abtragt much of tho business which 
othorwine go by way of Toronto ; 
tho shortest route betwoon the two Aaa, A) 
’ 
We lind that wo haye alre . 
wily we 
such longth that othor reasons Which sate 
themsolves to our mind, an Oaloulated ro make 


would 


us fayor this scheme, must wait a fatare occa. 
sion Peterborough Review, 


To Bee-Keepers. 

With regard to hybrid beor, there ist one 
aut whiob is fally settled in my mind from 
osrefal observation, and I think can easily be 
sottled by anyone giving a little attention to 
the mattor, aod that is that all hybrid work- 
ers present tho character aod cast of the 
drones from which they are raised, Those of 
limited experience may wonder how we are 


— 


| Coated 


Koing to got at thie subject, but it is very 
simplo, Thero is not probably a boe-keepor 
| keepiog his boos in movable framo hives (acd 
| in anything olso the beer have os much olaim 
to keoping him ay ho has to keeping them) who 
has not been disappointed in the progeny of 
one queen and surprised in.that of another, 
To make the mattor still plainer take two 
(uoens, one a pure Black, the othor a pure 
Italian, Lat the black queen meet a pure 
Italian drone and the Itatiau queen a pure 
black drone, and ifthe progeny rerembled 
quecao and drono alike tho workera in these 
two cases would bu exactly alike, but thoy 
are not; those from the black queen and 
Italian drone are the largest and brightest, 
How often we hear a neighbor say, ‘that 
beautiful Italian queen I showed you is pro- 
ducing dark inferior workers,” and again he 
will say, do you remember that dark queen I 
showed you, her workers are fine, New, 
what doos this mean? It simply means the 
bright queen has met a dark drooe, and the 
dark queen bas met a bright drono, or in 
other words, that the workers resemble the 
drone, ‘and not only ro in appearance, but al- 
60 in disposition. 1f you want bright, iu- 
dustrions workers you must select drones for 
your young queens from bright, industrious 
colors, Being in possossion of these facts we 
are prepared to raise the very best lines of bees, 
Knowing that the Cyprian and eeparially 
the Holy Land queens are wonderfully pro- 
liflo, and that we can stamp the workers by a 
proper selection of drones, then we can pre- 
dict very closely what we will have both 
with regard to the interual economy of tho 
hive and also to tho collection of honey from 
the field and forest. From the above, and 
from the description given of the Cyprian and 
Holy Laud bees, it would be a waste of time 
to give a description of each of the crosses, as 
it would be nothing more or less than the re- 
sult as stated above, save that® all bees are 
slightly increased in size and strength by 
Crossing. 1 have on my yard Cyprian queens 
crossed with Italians, aleo Holy Land queens 
crossed with Cyprian drones, and Holy Land 
queens crossed with Italian, and these croszes 
again crossed with Italfan drones, forming all 
three races into ope, and the appearance of 
all these hybrids in every particular demon- 
strates the trath of what has been ssid above 
on the general principals of crossing bees, 
Perhaps some one will ask which is my fay- 
orite race or hybrid. Well, the answer must 
be based on general principles. Ifthe local- 
ity in which they are kept affords an abun- 
dant supply of honey close at hand the 
Oyprian or Holy Land queens crossed with 
Ttalians would suit well. If the eapbly was 
at a moderate distance the Holy Lend queens 
crossed with Cyprian drones. All crosses 
with Cyprian drones work late in the day, 
and if the honey is far distant some will be 
lost chilly nights, For those in towns or 
cities where the honey is far away the Holy 
Land bees will surpass all them. 


T. H. Tuorxtox, M.D, |, 


A Model Curing House. 

Dr. Wight bas one of the best cheeso cur- 
ing houses in this part of the state. It is a 
two- storied structure. 104 ft. long by 30 
wide, and arranged with air chambers in the 
walls and with ventilators, so as to control 
temperature, On tho day of my visit the 
thermometer at 11 o’clock a, m, registered 
86° Fahr, in the ahade, bunt in the curing: 
room it was only 73°. Mr. Tompkins said he 
found no difficuity in keeping the temperature 
of the room betweeu 68° and 73° during the 
hottest weather, a din cool weather the tem- 
perature was regulated by steam, which was 
carried about tho walls on the inside and coa- 
nected with the boiler in the maaufascturing 
departinent of the factory. ? 

5 tho wide walls there are four air cham- 
bers; firat the chamber between the outside 
covering and the plastered wall, Then this 
plastered wall is furred out and another wall 
made by lath anc plaster. Again an air 
chamber is made by using building paper 
and tivally the inside wall is formed 
by ceiling with narrow pine boards, The floor 
also, is double, with chamber between, and 
provided with floor ventilators and wire grat- 
ings. The upper ceiling is also double 
with air chamber between and with ventila- 
tore and wickets. Building psper is used 
both in the ceiling and floor. Eight double 
windows are on one side and six on tho other, 
By opening or shutting the windows and ar- 
ronging the ventilatora the temperature in hot 
woather could be kept between 68" and 73°— 
tho desired point for curiog cheese in the best 
maoner, The chrivg of cheese in a proper 
temperature isa very important matter for 
securing fine flavor, and factorymen who are 
lookiog for the best reeults in their product 
will do well to make an examination of this 
curing house.—X. A, Willard, in Country 
Gentleman, 


Do not 6 Deceived 

In these times of quack modicine advertise- 
ments everywhere, it is truly gratifying to find 
one remdy which really does as recommended, 
Electric Bitters wo can vouch for as being a 
true and reliablo romody, and one that will 
do as recommended. Thoy invariably curo 
Stomach and Liver Complaints, Disoasea of 
tho Kidnoya and Urivary difficulties. We 
know whervof wo speak, and can readily say 
sive them atrial. Sold at fifty cents a bottle 
fy Jas, Clarke & Co, 


Beef and Mutton, 
Let it bo understood by the growors of theee 


two great staplos, that by mixing Harve.v’s, 


Conprtion Powpkers with the food of the 
animals that produce them, thoir weight and 
quality are enhanced twonty per cent, while 
tl at health is kopt perfect, Sold overy- 
whoro, 


. 


Out of Joors! 

Puro air and propor out-door oxerciso tond 
pe to tho prolonging of life. Live out of 
doors as much a¥ possible, it will hurt no one 
whore proper prevautions are observed. A 
distinguished writer on health was in the hab- 
it of saying :—"'However bad tho air may be 
out of doors, it 18 alwaya worse in the houso,” 
Pooplo shorten thoir lives by too close confine. 
mont indoors, To thos whose daily omploy- 
ment necessitate being most of tho day in. 
doors, wo would say be sure and keep N, H, 
Down's Vogotable Balsamic Elixir at hand. 
You are extremoly liable to bo troubled with 
coughs, colds and luv disoagos, and no safer 
or moro reliable remedy oan bo taken, It 
coats bat little to try it, 


August Flower, 
The moot misorablo boingt ia the world aro 
thooo suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver 
Complaint, Moro shao feVonty-five per cont 
of tho people in the United States aro afflicted 
With those two disoa#os snd their effeota; saot 
aa our ptomach, Siok Honadacho, Habitu , 
Costivenoss, Palpitation of the Hoart cchaph 
burn, Watorbrash, gnawing and ar 
paina at the pit {tho stomach, Yollow ir Ke 
Tongoo and dia: grooablo taste mi e 
south, coming up of food after cating ow 
“4 ite, &o. Go to your droggiat, Jas, © larko 
apirite, © } oont Bottle of August 


Jo., and got a 
viower or a Sample Bottle for LO conte, PY 
ie. Two doves will reliove you, 


NO. 158 


«anjoy Life, 

What « truly bosutiful world wo live int 
Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glens 
and oceans, and thousands of means for on- 
joyment. Wo can desire no better when in 
perfect hoalth ; but how often do tho majority 
of poople fool like giving it up dis) 
discouraged and worried out with desoase 
when thoro is no occasion for this feeling, as 
every sufferor can casy obtain satisfacto 
proof that Green's Au, Flower will make 
them as free from as when born, 
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint isthe direct 
causo of seventy-five per cent of such mal. - 
adios as Biliousness, ndigestion, Sick Head. 
ache, Costivencss, Nervous Prostra' 
Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation of the 
Heart, and other distressing symptoma, 
Throo doses of August Flower will rove its 
bey nn effect. Sample bottles, 10 centa, 


A Brush Well Applied 
and previously moistened with SOZODONT 
removes the defacing evidences of noglect 
from the tooth and tightens thom in their 
sockots, If the breath has a repellant smell, 
tho article substitutes for that, its own pleas- 
ant aroma. Shrunken and inflamed goms 
are rostored to health by its uses and canker 
of the mouth cured, Systemin the use of 
me rap meee se ac Spe Promoters of 
i esirable, 
but the perruines egy 
As Aloohol, Tobacco, Opium, Indian Hem: 

Chloroform. Hashish Absinthe’ &., race 
the ais effects of Fellows’ Hypophosphites, 
80 Fellows’ Hypophosphites is an antidote 
against all these narcotics and sedatives, and 
will restore to health such as have boon ia 
jared by them. 


*‘Must say it’s tho nicest thing I ever used © 
for tho teeth and breath,” says everyone hay- 
ing tried ‘‘Tgauxrny,” the now torlet gem, 
Get a five cent sample. 


ZOPESA. 
(FROM BRAZIL.) 

The New Compound, its won- 
derfal affinity to the Digestivo 
Apparatus and the Liver, increas- 
ing the dissolving juices, relicy- 
ing almost instantly tho dreadful 
results of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, 
and the TORFID LIVER, males 
Zopesa an every day uccessity in 
every house. 

It acts gently and speedily in 
Biliousness, Costiveness, Head- 
ache, Sick Headache, Distress af 
ter Fating, Wind on the Stomach, 
Heartburn, Pains in the Side and 
Back, Want of Appetite, Want of 
Fnorgy, Low Spirits, Foul Stom- 
ach. It invigorates the Liver, car 
ries offall surplus bile, regulates 
the Bowels, and gives tone to the 
whole system. 

Cut this out and take it to your 
Druggist and geta10 cent Sample, 
ora large bottle for 75 cents, and 
tell yourneighboraboutit. . 


OPENING DAY. 


Ww are pleased to intimate the arrival 
and arrangement of our 


Fall and Winter Mil- 
| linery, 


direct from tho Lonpox, Paris, and New 
York Emporiums of Fashion, 


WE WILL OFFER ON 


Thursday, September 29th, 


a rich assortment of 


Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Man- 
tles and Millinery Trimmings, 


togethor with a general assortment of 


Fashionable Dress Goods, 


AT 


CHOWN’S, - | 


36l FRONT STKEEBT. 


BELLEVILLE. 


——— 


‘ot, 11 'S1. “i 


HOTEL FOR SALE: 
PPUE Hotel koowa a Le ar 

aituated tn she, vine with 
those, in, cooneatiol ino of the beet stands 
ety tbe Oat are apply to the 
or nC OCR 


Roatla, May 17, 1851. ae a 
gT. LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREA 

a re y Mr. 

Tas Hotel be bees reoemer re resto as 

Hanur and appropHla pone 

had rear elaberior ents ante new fur- 

ted the Mole ited in ndmirably altuated, being 

altare. Mipeart of the clty, and conten 

in Ube eral Poat Ya Hy al Bankn 

cea, Palla aikTtelegraph ollloes, 14édlye 


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News Vondensea, 


eS. nS" 
ULSTERS, CIRCULARS, 


—Rumors of Gladstooe's resiguation are be- 
ing revived. 
~It is said that Sexton's release from gaol 
is only oonditional, 
—Tho net fanded debt of New York City 


AND DRESSES. now amounts to $90,261,000, 
_ A maa aged 02 in suing for a divorce from 
A choice lot of hia wife, agod 85, jn Dos Moinos. 
—A heavy snow storm, the firat of the 


soaaon, began yosterday at Chloago 
Tho Star Route frauds are said to have 
cost the American Governmonat $9,000,000, 

—The ‘loas by the failure of tho cabbago 
crop in Long Taland is ostimated at $300,000, 

~The pawnbrokers ot Great Britian, 4,372 

in numbor, take in during a year, 200,000,009 
of pledges. 

—The Fiak Jubilee Singers 
Hall yesterday by special invitation of tho 
Governor-Gonoral, 

—Mapleson pays Campapini, tho tenor, 
$5,000 a month salary, He only sings twolve 
nights during that period. 

—The arisian capitalists interested in the 
schome of tunnelling the St. Lawrenos will 
arrive ia Montreal next weok, 

—Adelina Patti, the great prima donna, 
arrived in Now York yostorday morning, with 
hor company and her Nicolini. 

—~A New Hampshire tramp has beon sont 
to State prison fora yoar anda dey by the 
Supreme Court, sitting at Portamouth, 

—The Brisish eteamer Texas from Liver- 
pool for Quebeo and Montreal took out £30,- 
000 worth of pedigree cattle for Canada. 

—The importation of tons of potatoes into 
tho states from Ireland has commenced, A 
potato faminoia Now York State ia foared. 

—Sir W. P, Howland declines to be iator 
viewed ou the Ontario Bank affairs, but pro- 
mises an exhaustive statement on Nov, 30tb, 

—The schooner Helen was lost during a 
storm in Notre Damo Bay, Nild., and fifteen 
people perished, Othor serious casualitios 
aro reported. 

—Tho Scott Act went into operation in 
Marquette County, Mac., on the Ist. Tho 
hotels keep open by mutual agreement, and 
intend doing so, 

—Sir Charles Tupper and Mr, Collingwood 
Soreiber will leave Ottawa to-day on a tour of 
inspection of the Intercolonial and Prinog Ed- 
ward Island Railways, 

—The Rev, Mr, Inglis, formerly of the 
Globe and lately of the Canada Presbyterian, 
will, it ix said, succeed Mr, Watson os libra- 
rian of the Provincial Legislature. 

*—Lord Bute is about to build a new dock 
at Cardiff larger tharany now existing. Ho 
and his femily have already invested over two 
millions sterling in docks. Cardiff must be 
going ahead, 

—Owners of vessels in Toroato are becoming 
anxious over the fallihg of tho water, some 
being of the opinion that if it continues much 
longer large boats will not be able to approach 
the wharves. 

—Mrs, Eliza Garfield, the President’s 
mother, is staying with her daughter at So- 
lon, Ohio, She is said to be comparatively 
cheerful, is in good health and takes much in- 
terest in politics, 

—The Methodist Episcopal Committee in 
New York have decided to donate $675,000 
for missionary purposes, $6,500 going to 
Africe,$126,000 to Central Amerioa and $228, - 
000 to Cential China. . : 

—Paul Leonard, who claimed to be the old+ 
est Canadian, Was buried near Montreal, on 
Wednesday. He was 107, and would have 
lived longer had it not been for an accident 
which hastened his death, 

—Mr. Gladetone’s recent illness was caused 
by his devotion to rural pursuits. While at 
Hawarden he went out into the woods to fell 
timber, though the weather was stormy. The 
result was a cold of a very severe sort, 

—Tho Popo’s spirit is rising. At a secret 
consistory recently he spoke bitterly of the 
conduct of the Emperor Francis Joseph ia 
welooming King Humbert, and said some 
means must be found in ridding the Church 
of her yoke. 

—Although both the sons of the Prince of 
Wales are receiving a naval education, the 
eldest, Prince Albert Victor, will ultimately 
be appointed to a commission in the army ; 
the youngest, Prince George, being destined 
for a naval career. 

—Rt. Hon. Hugh Law, Attorney-Genoral 
for Ireland, will succeed Lord O'Hagan, and 
Solicitor General Johnson will succeed Mr. 
Law. When Mr. Johnson goes back for ro- 
election in Mallow on his appointment, Patrick 
Egan will oppose him. 

—Atthe annual procession of the Lord 
Mayor of London, which takes place on the 
9th inst.,the American flag is to be excorted by 
8 guard of honor, and all the bands, when the 
provession arrives at Westminister, will play 
American national tunes, 

—Woelbock Abbey, thet grand old pile in 
Nottinghamshire where the late Duke ot 
Portland burrowed underground like a mole, 
spending tons of thousands in tunnels and 
other subterranean dovices, is soon to be re- 
opened to receive the Prince of Wales. 

—A New York journal's London correspond- 
ent says the Marquis of Lorno will stay in 
England only about five weeks, returoing in 
time to spend Christmas in Canada, ‘The 
Princeas will return to Canada with her hnw 
band, and it is expected that he will resign 
his post a few monthe after. 

—Captain Boycott has put a new meaning 
into the word with which he has onriched 
tho English Language. Originally to ‘“boy- 
cott” meant to isolate, persecute and starvo 
out, Since this colebrated officer returned 
lately from over the water, the term would 
appear to mean troating ono’s tenaatry to 
whiskey punch, and gotting cheorod by them 
for doing’ so. The papors say that Captain 
atest has become guite a popular individ- 
ual. 


Tweeds and Meltons, 


suitable for the above, just opened at 


H. L. BOTTOMS & 00'S. 


9 Xd Kise ay 


visited Ridoau 


Baily Iutelligencer. 


BELLEVILLE, FRIDAY, NOY. 4. 


The Coal Conundrum. 


The editor of the Hamilton Times is so 
much annoyed at the unflattering reference 
of his brother Grit of the Montreal Herald 
to his attempts to discuss the coal question, 


that he retorts as follows: 
Unless the editor of the Montreal Jfera/d can 
Va satistactory evidence that he was either 
or tempo r3 


sane when he wrote or 
**paased” the article in a recent issuo on “ The 
Coal Question,” it would be a saving of raw ma- 
terial to buy him a **awbuck” and start him 
out to earn aliving in the sphere for which 
Nature intended him Ne undertakes to anawer 
the Mai/—not a So cag task " and yes off ers 4 
ing rfmarks about the Zunes, whic 
serie bend upon something he has read in the 
Spectator, though the connection is not clear, 
After stating that “the coal question is a vory 
simple one,” the Herald writer proceeds to 
muddle it ina way that must have made his 
own eyes open with astonishment when he read 
the stuffin print. The coal duty is too serious 
a matter tobe disposed of by a “‘Iusher” or an 
idiot. 


Thus do these dear brethren dwell to- 
gether in unity! Gently, brothers, gently ! 
The Mail has both of you on the hip, ac 
cording to your united testimony. Thero- 
foro it is not wise to add to your mortitfica- 
tion by abusing each other. It is not 
necessary for you to make your blunder- 
ings clear. The reading public can see 
them without your as:istance, . 


ditorial Brevities. 

The Intercolonial receipts for September 
were for passengers, $77,242; freight, 
$104,162; total, $181,404, an increase 
over the same period last year of $31,270, 
or more than 20 per cont, The increase in 
the first three months of the railway year 
has been $59,389, or at the rate of about 
$250,000 a year, Business on the road 
still continues very large. Under Grit 
management the road was costing the coun- 
try about $700,000 a year, 


A Grit paper says :—‘'The Hon, Edward 
Blake is known to have earned an income 
of $30,000 a year in the practice of his pro 
fession. Few men in the prime of life 
would sacrifice such an income for the pur- 
pose of leading a political party to victory, 
even with the conviction that in doing so 
they were rescuing their country from the 
evils of mismanagement.” Secing that Mr. 
Blake did not give up his practice when in 
office, shows that he cares more for 
the triumph of a party than for the 
good of the country. ‘* Witha party, by 
a party, fora party,” has ever been the 
Grit motto, 


Tas Prestpent’s Pew.—President Ar- 
thur on Sundaylast formally took possession 
of the pew in St, John’s Ohurch (Episco- 
pal), Washington, which was occupied by 
President Madison, and since that day has 
been occupied by several yenerations of 
Presidents. Although this pew, which is 
near the centre of the church, was set apart 
in 1816 forthe President's vse, free of 
charge, the Treasurer's books show that its 
occupants, without exception, insisted upon 
paying the annual rental. 


A Misvre Lamr.—Edison hoe just com- 
pleted for Prof.’ Fairchild, of New York, 
an electric lamp, which is probably the 
most minute lamp over conastracted. The 
flame does not exceed the dimensions of a 
half dime, but it has an intensity and pow- 
er equivalent to 500 candles. It is to be 
used in connection with a microscope con- 
strocted on a now principle, and said to 
have a magnifying power of 60,000 diame- 
ters. Computing the molecule of living 
matter to be about a twenty-millionth of an 
inch in diamoter, Prof. Fairchild believes 
that with his powerful lens and minature 
lamp he can take photographs showing tho 
molecular constitution of such complex 
bodies as albumen. 


Royas. Soctanmiry.—All at once an 
extraordinary dosire to be sociable has brok- 
en out among European monarchs. Within 
a fow weeks the new Czar of Russia has 
paid a visit to tho old Kaiser of Germany ; 

King Alphonso of Spain has travelled to seo 

Dom Luis of Portugal ; King Humbert of 

Italy, with his royal spouse, has beov at 

Vienna to call on the Emperor Joseph of 

Austria ; and Emperor Joseph, in his turn 

has arrangedto moot and fraternizo with Ozar 

Alexander. Queon Victoria, who wants to 
atay at her home,und the Sultan who wants 
to stay at his harem,in lieu of making jour- 
neys to King Alfonso, havesent him, the for- 
mer hor Géarter and the lattor his Osmanli. 
Even Gambotta and Bismarck, being un- 
crowned rulers, are auspocted of having 
had # quiet rendezvous, thus secretly fol- 
lowing the fashion. In all the royal and 
imperial visite, » prominent feature has 
been the display of emotion. Alfonso 
lees Luis and hugs him pnthusiastically ; 

Withelm ¢hrows himself inty the arms 

n umber inephow and weeps there ; 

bath cea Zowoh Kinch other on 

affectionate to tha Oe seeming most 
pre 8F6 overconie “ae No neti 

WZHE of sooin. z Motion ff ‘0! 

Kosch othor Alive and. well, 
How to Get Bick, 
touch without exe day and 


—— 

Those intolorably painful ond constantly 
harassing things called piles, which trouble so 
many people, aro noon healed by Dr, Thoma’ 
Kclectric Oi/-—the groat extoroal remody for 
physical sufferings and means of relieving 
pains, A vory small quantity achiovon resulta 
of the most gratifying kind, 


— 


Butter, Milk and Hgegs, 

The shree indispensable articles of consump 
tiomare #0 greatly yoproved in quantity and 
qualit »when Harvey's Vorprrion Powpens 
aro mixed With food of the oowa or poultry 
that no dairy or poultry yard oan possibly bo 
romunorstive without thom, Ask for thom 


Fon Dyarxrsta. Lake ovo teaspoonful of 
orry Davie Paia-K for in suger and wator 
immediately after each meal, Let your dict 
bo nourishing, bat taken atrogular intorvals, 
being carafal not to oyorload the stomach at 
any timo, porto oat fo popm alter sovoro 


exayolne. 


OUN rest ; to rolae ; work too hard 
nostrams adv. all the time ; tal lithe d Reliable. 
k Vortised ; and then You will we The ol 


The ro has stood tho tost of tim 
trap nny erctract of Wild Strawberry 
worker ™allible to oure dysentary, oboloro 

be all mannor of fluxes, oolfe 


* and 
\ 
Summer complainentum, and ovory form 0 


HOW rg or 
Which is ans WELL. 
Bitters ie in three words’. ' 
press, Take Hop cramps, ol 
1» Ohe 


DAILY 


| American 
} land 


The salu ing of the Moglish colors at York. } 
town was hardly more expressive of the} 
| feiondly sentimonta tuward Mogland felt by the 
| Amorivane than the oration of Robert C, 
| Wintbrop, aod the enthusiasm with which the | 
| noble words whivh we quote helow were rece | 
|iyed by the vest assomblage of Americana 
from all parte of the Unio Ho said 
"Wo world not, if we could, my friends, 
| rooall at this hour avythiny whiob should even | 
socom like casting reproach crindigostion upon 
the armios or tho rulera:f old Mother Eog- 
land at that Cay or atany day he did what 


any otber nation would have core, our own not 
oxoopted, to hold fast hor p esessions aud to 
avert so worlous » disruption of her empire, 
And if sho did it uawiwely, unjustly, tyraoni- 
oally,as #0 many of her groat statesmen at the 


time dcolared, ard asso many of hor lator his- 
toriavs and ministers have admitted, we may 
well romomber that tho privciploa aod =moeth- 
ode of free Government were but little under- 
stood by Kings or ( abioo « of thatages, Huw 


unjust to oarry back ant apply the opinivns j 


and principles of a later to » former century ¢ 
Who doubts that good old Goorge LIT, spoke 
from his contcicnce as well av from his heart 
wheu ho eaid so touchingly to John Adame on 
receiving him as the first Anerican Minister 
at the court cf St James, ‘lL have done noth- 
ing in tho late covte © Lut what I thoughs 
myao!f indi+pensally bound to do by the duty 
which I owe wy people!’ Weare here to re 
Vive no animositios resulting from the War of 
the Kevolution, or from any other war remote 
or recont—rather to bury and drown them all, 
deeper than over plummet sounded, For all 
that is grand and glorious ia the oaroer of 
Great Britain, cortainly, we cau o tertain 
nothing but respcot and admiration; whilo | 

hazard littio in sayiog, that for tho continued 
life aud welfarcof hor illustrious sovereign, 
whom neither Ann or Elizabeth will outuhine 
in history, the Aworican heart beats as warm- 
ly this day as ifno Yorktown had ever occur- 
ed, and no Independence had ever separated 
us from her Imperial Dominion. And we are 
ready to say, and dosay, *God Save the 
Queen,’ as sinceroly and earnvstly as sho hor- 
self and her Ministers and her people have 
said, ‘God save {the President,’ in those re- 
cent hours of his agony.” 


A Ramroap on THE Tree-Tors.—The 
Potaluma, Cal., Arqus says; ‘‘ It may not 
be known outside of the neighborhood 
where itis situated, but is nevertheless a 
fact, that, in Sonoma County we have an 
original and succceaful piece of railroad en- 
gineeringand building that isnot tobefound 
in books, In the upper part of this county 
near the coast, may be seen an actual road- 
bed in the tree-tops. Between the Clipper 
Mills and Stuart’s Point, whore the road 
crosses a deep ravine, the trees are sawed 
off on a level, and ihe timber and ties laid 
on the stumps. In the centre of the ravine 
mentioned two huge red- wood trees, stand- 
ing side by side,form a substantial support, 
and thoy are cut off seventy-five feet above 
the ground, and care loaded with heavy 
saw logs pass over them with as much 
security as if it were framed in the most 
scientific manner,” 


A strange explanation has been unearthed 
of the manner in which certain freemen of 
the borough of Grimsby, in England, 500 
of whom have juat been struck off the roll, 
originally had the privilege granted to their 
ancestors. When Queen Elizabeth visited 
the place she was so struck by the excessive 
ugliness of the ladies of the borough that, 
out of compassion forthe poor men who 
had to marry them, she put aside a piece of 
land, toa share of which each native-born 
woman was entitled on marriage, thus giv- 
ing to the bridegroom ‘‘a portion,” and a 
consequent right to vote at Parliamentary 
elections. The land still remains, and the 
freemen have voted for 300 years, but they 
have now become a thing of the past, so far 
as voting is concerned. 


Burdock Blood Bitters 
Cures all diseases of the blood, liver and kid- 
noys, female complaints, nervous and general 
debility and builds up the entire system when 
broken down by disease, 


Pains and Griping in Children. 

HERRIOK’s SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLY PILLS 
are a sovereign romedy for this ailment which 
is not alone confined t+ childron. Nothing 
can withstand their subtle action and purify- 
ing influences, They are purely yegotable, 
and never inconyenience the patient. They 
are sold everywhere, 


IN THE HICH COURT OF JUSTICE. 
CHANCERY DIVISION 
RE JELLETT. 


JELLETT YS, JELLETT. 


| PT ee to a decree of the High Court 
of Justice, Chancery Division, made in 
tho matter of tho estate of Morgan Jellett and 
in a cause Jellett against Jellett, the creditors 
of Morgyn Jollett, late of the City of Belle- 
ville, in the County of Hastiogs, Solicitor, 
who died in or about the month of September, 
1651, are on or before the 5th day of Decem- 
ber, 1581, to zond by post, prepaid, to Mesers, 
Deamark & Northrup, of the City of Belleville, 
in tho County of Hastings, Ontario, the Solic- 
itors of the piaintiff, Sara M. Jellett, the ad- 
ministratrix of the deceased, their christian 
and surnames, addresses an’ description, tho 
full partioulars of their claims, a statement of 
their accounts and the nature of the sccurities 
(if any) held by thom; or in dofault theroof 
they will be preomptorily excluded from tho 
benefits of the said decree, Every creditor 
holding any socurity jx to produco the same 
before me at my Ohambora in Bolloville, in 
the County of Hastiogs, ov the 7th day of De- 
combor, 1881, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, 
being the timo appointed for adjudication on 
the claims. 
Dated this $rd day of November, A.D, 1881. 


8. 8. LAZIER, 
Master. 


158d2tw 


For Sale or to J.et, 


HOSE two somi-detached brick dwelling 
houses situate on Turnbull Strovt, and 
adjoining the rosidonves of 


Fk. A Lioghaw, 
Exq., and the lato DD B gart, the southory 
one beiog at prosoot ogoupied by Tsay Wol 
over, aq, Cho intoriors have boou thorouy hly 
ronovated Both houses aroin a+ oxvollent 
state of repair, vovtaia sixor seven roome each, 
oud are excellently located Possession given 
immediately, Konta vers low, For terms, 
&o., apply at tho office of 
CUA’, W. BELL, 
Over Poat Office, 
120d5awtl Vendor's Soligitor 
To Let, 

r Hl YAOSE prominon on Front Street, compris 

ing & largo Shop nod Lwelling ovorhwed, 
two doora north of the promises of Weeloy 
Ballon, and noxt adjoining the Millinery ea- 
toblishment of 8, Kuctace. Promison avo in 9 
good wtato «f ropair, Lent ‘very moderate, | 


Voaseasion at onde 
Apply at the Law Office of the undersigned, 
pyor the Poat Office 
CHAS. W BELL, 
Borrietor, Belleville, 
btood 


4th Oot,, '°!. 


INTMLLIGENCER 


| will be offered for sale, at the Dominion Hotel 


VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, 


STTUATE 


IN TME CIPY of BELLEVILLE 


[ TNDER and by virtue of a power of sale 
ooutsined in a cortan mortyeape 
*, there 


will bo produced at the time of a 


in the oity of Belleville, on 


i aturday, 19th Day of Nov’r, 


At twelve o'clock noon, by Charlos Wilkins, 


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 


See AMY IN THLOKNORR FRIDAY) NOVEMBER 4 1800 gage ee 
Sentiment towards =~} AUCTION SALE 


8&1 
NIGHT SCHOOL 
ONTARIO BUSINESS GOLLECE 


Will commence on 


Monday, Novimber the 7th, | 


and continue 4 monthe, 

The courre consists of thorough instruction 
in 6 Fenmanuship, Hook-Keeping, 
Arithmetic, Correspondence, inolud- 
ing practioal grammar and epelliog, ust. 
ness Forms and Papers, &ec, and 
special instruction to Mechanics mm the 


LATE 


suiotionoor, all and singular thone certain par- arithmotioal caloulations applicable to their 
cols of Janiia and promises situate in the city various trades. 

of Bullevillo, ia the county of Hastings, being Tux Fees (payable in alvance) are 5,00 for 
composed of lots Nos, 5, 6 7,8 and 9 as laid the fall couras, or $3.00 por month, Tho fro« 


of those who take anight school courses, and 
aftorwards desire to take the fall commorcial 
course, will apply on full scholsrabips. 
W. B. ROBINSON, 
J, W. JOHNSON, 
Principals and Consulting Accountants. 
Oct, 20th, 1881, 164d6t 


NOTICE. — 


A MASS MEETIN } of the Orange Lodges 
s Now. 727 and 274, and the 'Prentice Boys 
and Orange Youug Britons of this ¢ ity, will 
be held in the Orange Hall, on Satur lay oven- 
ing, the 5 h inst, at 7:30 o'clock. 

A full attendance is requested, 

By order of the Masiorsa, 

Bolleville, Nov, 2, 'R1, d2t 


down on a plan of subdivision of lot 27 on 
the east siie of Front street, and lot 27° on 
the wert side of Pianacle stroet in the said 
city of Bollovillo, made’by Samuel M. Bonson, 
P. LS. and reyiswrod in the Kogistry Office 
for the county of Hastings, on the 20th day 
of September, 1865, and called the Campbell 
oatato, and couteiving by admoasuroment half 
an acre be the same more or lows, 

There in situate on the property a three 
story stone and brick building, ocoupied as 
threo stures and fron ago on Campbell street, 
with offices, &o,, over, all in good atate of ro- 
pairaod well rented; the balarce of the pro- 
| porty is that on whioh the Grand Opera House 
| stelv atood, 

TERMS: ‘Too per cont of the purchase 
| money at thw timo of sale, remainder as may 
be agreed on, 

For jurther particulars apply to 

McoMurniow. Howann & Das yror, 
Vendor's Solicitors, 
Dow inion Bank Buildings, 
d3t Toronto. 


| METROPOLITAN HALL. 


SUM of money. Owner on recover 
samo by proving proporty and paying 
for advertisoment. App y to 
MARK MUNDY, 
Chemist & Draggint, 
Front St, 
ee 


Wotes Lost, 
Tas pablio are cautioned sgainst negotiat- 
‘jog for two Notes made by Wm. Dafoe 
and —-— Lowry respectively, in favor of the 


undersigned, Tho former note is for the sum 
of about $30, and the latter about $60, less 


endorsations, 
ROBERT SILLS. 
Thurl.w, Nov. 2, ’81. Btd&aw 


AUCTION SALE 


—-OF— 


HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. 


156d3t 


Wednesday, Nov. 9th. 


ALEX CAUFMAN, 


Ia his new Emotiona! Society Drama 


LAZARE, 


A LIFES MISTAKE. 


SUPPORTED BY AN EXCELLENT COMPANY. 


her residenc*, Hotel Street, opposite the 
Hospital Lot, on 


Monday, November the 7th, 


all the furniture and effects, comprising par- 
lor, dining room, kitchen aod room furni- 
ture, carpets, pictures, curteins, books, orna- 
moots, stoves, dishes, a splendid refrigerator, 
etc,, etc,, etc. Also anice PIANO by Nun 
& Co.. New York. 

aT Sale at 10 o’oh ck, 


_ 


Prices of Admission :—75c., 50c., 25c. 


Reserved Seats at Reynolde’, 
Noy. 4. 


R, PURDY, 
Auctioneer. 


REMOVAL. 
CONGER BROS. 


—HAVE REMOVED - 


THREE DOURs SOUTH 


TO THE 


RED FRONT STORE. 


Noy, 1, 1881. 155dlw, wat 


abt 15644 . 


CATURDAY’S 


FISE’S. 


16 doz, Men’s Working Shirts, 
from 50cts., splendid value, 
3} doz. Men’s Heavy Socks, 
at 20 and 25 cents. | | 
10 doz. Polo Ties and Scarfs Theo oso eo 
at 25cte, (a BARGAIN.) 


Men's Cardigan Jackets. 
from 75cta, 


Undershirts and Drawers. 
from 350,, the largost atock ia tho city, 


Wurre Dress Surets, collar attached, $1.00 
each. Oxford and Regatta Shirts, from $1.00, 


H.L. BOTTOMS & 60. 


SUCCESSORS TO 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


A, E, FISH & Co, 


Shirt makers and Gente’ Furnishers, 
260 Front St. 


We are now showing 


TO RENT AND FOR. SALE, 


Victoria Buildings. 


the finest assortment of 
Twe eds, Oyercoatings, 
Ulsterings and Meltons, 


‘THIS valuable property on the corner of 

Hotel and Front Streets, Belleville, is to 
bo es in thorough repair and fitted up io 
modern style at an early date, and any one 
desiring to rent the same or any part thereof, 
can address the undors'gned. 

If terms can bo settled upon, the building 
will be fitted up with counters, shelving, &c. 
to suit the tenant (to a reasonable extent). 

Any pereies wishing to purchase the proper- 
ty can do ao on easy terms of payment. 

It is well situated, and suitable fora whole- 
sale Stors, or Manyfactory, and could be «as, 
ily made into a Hotel or Opera House. * 


Also for Sale, on Easy Terms, 
Lot 5, East side of Church Street, 4 acre, 
Lot 22, corner of Forin and Ann Sts., 4 acre. 
EA Lot 15, Forin Street, ¢ acre. 
Lot 7, Alexander Street, 4 acre, 
Lot at janction of the Canifton and Station 

roads, containing nea:ly an acre. 

These properties are all well situated, and 
aro fino building lots, 

For particulars apply to 
FRED. W. CASEY, 

Smith's Falls, 


we eyer had. 


Also, a choice lot of 
Tweeds suitable for La- 


dies’ wear. 


H. L. BOTTOMS & CO. 


—_—$— 


| 
WILLIAM’ SINGER. 


\HIS make of Sewing Machine has taken 
of 


123, 2taw tf firet prizes at all tho exhibitions this 


r. 


Stray Cow. 


‘TRAYED from Coleman's Commons on 
KY) the night of tho 3let Oct, a red god 
white spotted cow, ‘he finder will bo re- 
warded by returning her to 

JOHN HIOKS, 
Harriot St. 


Noy. 4, 1881. 157d3t 


HOR SALE. | 
PRC ttt now, maroon leather 
lined, front seat, side lamps... hie o 


Top buggy in gocd order... ... s+ s00s 
Portland outtor, front soat oat 45 00 
| Light driving harnoes (prize set) ..... 30 00 


Buffalo robe, whip, blanket, haltor, fly- 
sheot (never used), bruah, comb, and stable 
utenrils, Torma onsh, Address 

GEO, 0. ALCORN, 


155d Stood Barristor, Picton, 


FOR SALE OR TO LET. 


/J\HEE property known as tho Dorland Block, 
two largo at res and fine dwelling abovo, 
Is to bo thoroughly repaired. If not sold will 
bo lot to good tenants at low rontals, Dwoll- 
{ov cither in connection with one of the storos 
or roparatoly. 
Also voveral comfortable Hounen for salo or | - 
to lot in choice localitios moderato rontala, 
foney to loan at 6 or 7 per cent, 
Apply to 


Parties in want of o first class Sowin M ; 
chino will do well to call at tho Williams 
Sloger office, Front Stroot, Bellovillo, and ox- 

ino before purchasing. 

— r WM, DAVIS, 


Agont, 


Rolleville, Nov. J, 1881. 155d &w 


AGENTS WANTED, 


Pp. R, PALMER, AOR tho boat solling articles out. Agente 
Office Belleville, kk make from $2,560 to $5,00 por day at 
homo, Samples Vy mail at 50 ota,, or 4 now 
articios for $1.00, ‘ 
Dominion Gen. Agency Vo., 
184d1lm) 214 St, Jamon Sb Jontreal, P. Q. 


L00deod-w6m 


) 66 awook in your own town. Torms 
$ and $5 outfit froo, Addrom TI 
Hatiwrr & Co,, Portland, Malne, 


ONE CASE NEW DRESS GOODS, 


THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS, COMPRISING ;— 


Hindoo Serges, Very Handsome Goods, 


All Wool Tartan Plaids, 
Broken Checks, 
Knock About Tweeds, 


Foule and Baaritz Cloths, &c., &c., &c. 


—ALSO 


1 Case New French Hats 
and Colorings. 


FOSTER 


Dress Goods, 


Velveteens, 


[AM instructed by Miss Alport, to seit at | At Lower Prices than we have offered before. 


FOSTER & REID, 


COUNCIL. 


AND 


A MONTH IN LONDON. 
AN EVENING'S TALK 


IN 
M. E. TABERNACLE 
Prof. E. I. Badgley, B.D.LL.D. 


One of the Canadian Delegates, 
z Ras NOV, 4th. 


—SPBOTA L— 


TO LADIES OF BELLEVILLE, 


(Gentlemen Not Excluded.) 


RAILWAY COMPANY ’BUS will, 
until farther notice, run as follows: 

Leaves Market, going by Bridge, Abert, 
Hotel, John and Bridge Streets, back to Mar- 
ket, at 74, 84, 94, 10h a, m., aud 124, 14, 34, 
44. 5), 64 p.m. 

Leaves Market, going by Bridge, John, 
Hotel, Albert fand Bridge Streete, back to 
Market, at 8, 9, 10, and Il a.m.; and 12 noon® 
and 1, 4, 5, aud 6 p.m. 


Fare 5 cents each way or of way. 
. B, ROBLIN. 
Belleville, Oot. 13tb, ’81. 


140dt 


To Let. 


Ws TIL Ist May next, on very reasonable 
terms, the offices formerly occupied by 
M. B. Roblin ani Irvine Diamond, corner 
Front and Campbell sts. 
Apply to 
Oct. 18, M. B, ROBLIN. 


The New Canada 


METHODIST HYM’ BOOK, 


AND THE 


NEW PRESBYTERIAN HYMN BOO, 


LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY AT 


THE BARRETT 
SINGER SEWING MACHINE 


ib sold QO por cont, choaper than foroign 
manufacture, and yetit has no auperior on 
all kinds of work. It is 


Strong, Durable, Light Run 
and Almost Nolseless, ning, 


Como to the factory and avoid paying freight, 

duty, agonta’ and sub agenta’ sata: “ 8 au 

our mcnoy on home manufacture, it will ro 

arn to you again, Tho factory is the place 
to got yonr ropairing done, 

JAMES BARRETT, 
Remember factory and offloe at Menara, 
Brown's foundry and machino works, Belle- 


ville, Ont. 1lodd&w 
To Let. 
; awk 

FP NEE store formorly oooupied by MoRao 


Stocker, © , \ 
Terme moderate, App 


to 
Me! B, ROBLIN, 
Oot. 18th 1881, 


ST ARRIVALS. 


JUST RECEIVED FROM LONDON, ENGLAND, 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON. 


Have Just Received a New Lot of 


THE METHODIST ACCUMENICAL| 


J, ©. OVERELL'S.|] G az- C7 


himself at Groaeem Corners, 
boon recently rebuilt, is repeat & load. 


FURNITURE SALE. 


= | cial Stroot, on 


in Blegant Shapes 


Importers. 


& REID 


. 


Cloaking, 


and Jackets, 


Importers. 
DO 
Anything honest rather than permit yourself — 
to become a slave to disease, It is 2 
NOT 
profitable to lose a hundred dollara in idleness 
through sickness rather than spend tweaty-five 
or forty centa for Dr, Wilsun’s Pulmonary Cherry 
Balsam, which is the greatest remedy for throat 
and lung diseases of the age. J 
BE ‘ 
wire ond stop that co in its early s ie 
Uheck the anes before its toantaat 
paid Pe yor lanes, Ths remedy is at the hands 
° who 


are ag 


a 


SICK 
and the fault is their own if they do not take ad 
vantage of it. , 


TAKE NO OTHER. 


jpn in bottles at 25 a 40 conts.—the 

Sold by all Drageiaw oa teeta iia 

RAYLEY, 
Montreal. — 


FOR SALE. oF 


YW ILL be sold by Auction, if not before 
disposed of by private sale,on 


Wednesday, November 16th, - 
proximo, at 3 p.m., on the premises, the ’ 


Most Eligible Building Property 


in the Oity, extendin, ’ 

Streets, pe lying bee Nhe aah lee ce 

E. F, Potta and J. J. B. Flint, Esq. 
&pply to Thos. Donoelly, Eeq., or to 
Ba, JOHN J. B. FLINT. 

r, Flint has 

Bleecker Ayana on Sraeshede oS 

Oct. 26. 63w 


HARPSET *postwdal sing ow 


“STTALS MIN ‘SLVH 1408 8 44118 


qeysaq pov uwneuy ‘ang at 
SPVT JO 07445 MON osTu water lseh 


ALAIUVA LVAD NI 


‘spooy Aou09 
pure ‘yong 
‘uRqoUysy 
‘quey uvpsi84 
Bag 
‘SOQOW MOVIG 2 995g 44 “40.15 
‘S]809 Ofeyng puv u090) 
‘sJoyour UBqoUusy 


10} OAoge ONY iP soon sat penn ™H 
“LT OW iG 
‘AMINITIIN. “AUINITTIW 


ISdNs |SYNs 


A GROUERY PORTER 


WANTED, 


GOOD atoady ar to deliver goods, and 
to make himself generally useful about 


the Store, 
WALLBRIDGE & CLARK 
15odtf Bridge Seok 


To Sell or to Let. 


}UE noderaigned offers to sell or } 
| sonable terms, the Hotel Dow Sect ted Ey 
Tho Hotel has 5 


Og gravel road, and is doing a busi 
RR, PALMER. 


Nov. 30, 1880, dStwtt 


AM instructed to sell by 


bli 
at tho residonoce of F. 0, R ale Oar 


dley, Commer. 


Wednesday, November 15th, 


his furniture, ‘oa ko. KY tat 
lara in future be ela partiou- 


’ R. PuRDY, 
' Ayotioneer, . 
at 


Oct. 31, 1881, 


—AND— 
—AND— 


Direct from the manufacturers. — Intendi 


tho largeat and beat assorted in the oj 
To value it cannot be «qualled, as ee 


can be imported at, 


__. 
. 


We have also a fow pieces of 


BLACK SILKS 


98 $1.03, $1.19 and $1.25, cqual to what | 
usually sold at $1.50 to 81.75. 9 


Oar assortmout of 


this fall, 


GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. 


af . hy et > ee 

— Local slotices. 

| Notices under this head Jets, a line each inser- 
om, Af er siz insertions 5 -ts, a line, 
Moreny's Steam Dying AnD Scourine 
“Works.—Ladie’s and Gentlemen's clothin, 
scoured and dyed without being taken apart, 
‘Gooils called for and delivered free of charge. 
Orders attended to by post, Call at Murphy's 
‘below the Queen's Hotel Front at. =. 96. 3m. 


Baily Autelligencer, 


BELLEVILLE, FRIDAY, NOV, 4. 
-_——— 


d City and Vicinity. 


‘ ‘Tue Minister of Customs arrived here 
from Ottawa this moring, and left for 
Madoc by the regular train. 

Vocex's seventeen horses were shipped 
to New York inthe Hero this morning, 
The ayerage cost of the horses was over 
$100. 

Tus Newburgh Reporter tells of the ill- 
usage ofa young child by ita adopted 
mother. The child will return to the 
Marchmont Home, of this city. 

Tue first snow of tho season fell this 
afternoon. There was not much of it— 
just enough to enable people to say that it 

snowing. 

‘Tux new room of the Belleville Branch 
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engin- 
ers will soon be completed, and will be 
pened by an assembly toward the close of 
the month, 

Cart, W. Hanroroyes, of the schooner 
Carceth, had the third finger of his right 
hand taken off by the winch of the centre- 
board in coming up the bay on the last 
trip, and is carrying his arm in a sling. 

Rey. E.L Bavorey, B. D., LLD., 

will this eyening,in the M. E. Tabernacle, 
tell what he knows and thinks about Lon- 
don, and his impression of the Methodist 
‘Ecumenical Council which was held there 
Inst summer. 
Mr. R. 8S. Bext, Secretary of the Bay 
of Quinte Yacht Olub,and Mr. John 
Pringle, left for New York to-day by the 
hoon express to attend the races for the 
America’s Uup next week. Others will fol- 
low cither to-morrow or Monday. 

Tue Police Magistrate yesterday after- 
noon heard the wages case of Stanton 
against Massey. John Stanton, of Sidney, 
charged Wm. J. Massey with refusing to 
psy him his wages. The cases was dis- 
missed. This morning John Brown, 
charged with drunkenness, was dismissed. 

Toronto papers speak highly of the 
drama ‘Lazare, or a Life's Mistake,” which 
_ is to be presented in the Metropolitan Hall 
on Wednesday evening next, the 9th inst. 
Itisan émotional play, and is admirably 
adapted for displaying the dramatic abili- 
ties of Mr Alex. Caufman and his talented 
company. 

Tux next meeting of tho Anti-Treating 
Association will be held on Tuesday even- 
ing next, in the City Hall. A goed timo is 
: expected. The organization of the Associa- 
tion will probably be completed, Let there 
bea large atttendance, both of those who 
ro already members and those who wish to 

mem bers. 

Tue smell—or rather stench—which 
Srises from the police cells and pervades 
the atmosphere of the Police Court is so 
unbearable that the Police Magistrate has 
decided to remoye the Court elsewhere un- 
lees immediate steps are taken to remedy 
,» the evil. This nuisance is more than a 

Ouisance ; itis a constant source of dan- 


a 


4 i bl i tho offect, Wilson's Palmonary Oherry Bal- 
q * i i Mpa On ie "oar But it ye gam is the brat romedy, bost in overy way, | 
OSLyY one solitary man was in the cells | any ima e Fi Gaay to take, safe to uses certela ia ite-elfeote 


and finishodit inloss than five minutes 


A Ho wanted more, but when it was doniod diagonals and overcontings of beautitul new | cipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. 


him he said, resignedly, and with o sigh 


* Well,halfal oaf is better than no bread.” 

Wx havo received from the Gazette Print- 
ing Company, of Montreal, » largo adver- 
tising work entitled ‘‘The Three Chief 
Cities of Canada,” being a description of 


Montreal, Toronto and Hamilton, Th 
typograply of the work is excellent an 


the engravings of tho principal buildings 
‘ and places in the three cities are of a quality 
omewhat unusual in a work of this kind, 


————— 


We R:ceivee Yesterday City ublic Meetiog in connection with the 


TWO BALES OF TAPESTRY ise io 
VELVET CARPETS | resteten wren dits ts 8b eesiog ot frst om si iy ace ye yo nn | 


BORDERS. 


robasors will fad our stook of Oarpota by | Were 


our lines were purchased far bolow what thoy Thursday and Saturday, tho 8th, L0th and 


Heavy Fall Woollens 


ispow complete, Oar stock ia vory large 


DAILY !NTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, N¢é 


T Aen eR Srens areemees enn ee = 
HK oho : : 
S50lr organized by Mr, Oldham for | Marine. as 
tho t , 
Cit Mission which ia to be held in the Vhe sohr. Gaselle arrived to-day with lum- 
ty Ball on Monday evening, mot for the | bor from Trenton, EUROPEAN. 
| The steamer //cro arrived east last night 
yepital Site OC |W th machinery for the CO. C,G/ld Mintng Co TUM LADIES’ LAND LEAGUE, 
Site 
i the Vity Vouvoil + ~ r ymMmittoe of Tho sober, Carveth lift thie morning with Duutiw, Nov, 4, —A mootiog of the Contral | 
UDO ne awe = ; 
chairman ba. “Diet ast ovening, tho lumber for Oswego. Excoutive of the Ladies’ Lant League yc ator- 
| 5 ¢ okso wv. 
| The ¢ 60n, in the ohair The Peerless will leave thio evouing with | day was attonded by Holon Taylor, amomber 


YVEMBER 4 Lssl. 


a 


Communicate with the G e. ey ite A couple of yossoly | arsed down from Tren- | to throw in herfot with Miss Par. ell and 
| Lor with reference to tl fovernmont Lospeo | ton this morning. , : assist her, Sho said thatevery Moglish man 
| ablo nite . 18 Purchase of a suit. A barge is loading grain at Rathbun’a dook | or Hoglish women, who had the smallost re 

m j for H. Pretty, | spect for constitutional liberty, was morally 

| Tae datos of tho races botwoon the Ata. —Some time ago the solr, Pinafore made | bouad to enter the strongest protest ayainet 
lanta and the Gra ‘¢, or whatovor yacht | repairs, costing $2,000 at Doseronto, She 14} the Iniquities now disgraciog Mogland in Ire- 

bg tay be named by the N.Y. Yacht Club, | 8% American orait, Rooontly tho wont to} land, Miss Taylor was appointed a member 


Qxod Inst ovening at a mooting of | Cape Vinoont where the Customs anthoritios | of tho Molitical Prisonora' Aid Society, 
TH LEAGUEBRS JODILANT, 
A good deal of jubilancy 18 expressed in 
Loogue quarters at the result of the municipal 


oat, . . obertaon FOOCOLV Oe . iy robab » ool 
Mr, D B. R rt d ’ t 
Th teamer Ma will bal ly bo off lections in groat Irieh centres in Engl and 


of the Club, asking thata ropresontative of 
the Bay of Quinte Yacht Olub be appointed 

to meet with representatives of the N. Xs 
Club for the Purpose of arranging tho do- 
tails of the races. Mr. R. S. Boll, Swcro- 
tary of tho B. of Q Olub, who left for New 


York to-day, will do doubt undertake this 
duty. 


y. | that Club, They aro to be next Tuesaday, imposed a tax of 50 por cent. upon all the im- 


of ’ 
provemonts mado Thus the repairs havo 


| 12th inst, cost the ownors about $3,000, — Whig. 
4 tole 
ways onSatarday, flor repeire have been A FOX HUNT PREVENTED, 
quite extonsive—ocostiog ab ut $800, Oo Tuorday when tho Kilkenny hounds 
mot at Killeen, the Cayan farmers told the 


hunting party that they would not allow thom 


Wonderful Chess Playing. 


Tho oxploity of Mr. J. HU. Blackburno, the | to pursue tho sport over thoir farms, The 
houads were taken back to their kennels, 


oolebrated Eoglish chess-player, who defoated 
all competitors at the recens choss tournamont _ FAVORABLE COMMENT, 
io Berlin, will be of interest to our local play. Mapnip, Oot, 4,—Many papers comment 
ore. A recent despatch says that ho recont- | ‘4yorably on the spoock of Ministor Hamlin in 
ly gave an exhibition of bis ronvarkable powers | 4oston and express hopo that the reform 
in g**blindfold” playing at Moutlot’s policy of the Madrid Govermont, both in tho 
Woman's Obristian Association gayo this | hotel, Nowgato street, Lo.don, Ho played | ’¢-insular and Cuban tariff, will induce the 
paper information which they’ withhold | cight matches simultaneourly without seeing Amorican Goverament to faoilitats tho trade 
from the Ontario, If the Ontario refors to | any of the boards, Hoe wou dofeated in one, | between Cuba and tho United Statos by some 
the information which was gatherod in the | 884 ono wes drawn, and was victorious in counter reduction in the flag and tariff duties 
interview between an Inrecniagnoen re- | the obbors. It will bu coon that the four de of Amerion, Ragusa epdis bia») ease Boy 
porter and the Prosidont ofthe Association, |/7¢? Which Mr, Blackburno thus in tho a er ee etree vory well disposed to 
+ y i i cl ay. 

we have only to assy that the idea of the |™™° macoeastuly 'sootes play la rae seple annie of ’ ; , 
: a : rathor as a foat of memory than a brilliant | GLADSTONE To RETIRE FROM POLITICAL LIFE, 
interview originated with the reporter, and ‘he 
the President did k : perfomance in chess-playiny. It is uot Lonpox, Nov, 4.—Tho Standard rosssorts 

Beak ave not know that auch # thing wholly without procedent, as this blinifold | tho truth of the rumor that Gladstono pro. 
was \ i u z , 

aguhs bo Dons until the reporter called playing has had a joculiar fascination for | pos to retire from public life, 

on her. If the Ontario refers to the infor- 


a such players as Paul Morphy, Paulson, and 
mation in another column of Wednesday's Zukertort, while Mr. Blackburne has on sev- 
INTELLIGENCER, about the election of offi- 


eral ocossions contended in a similar way 
cers, '&e,, wo reply that that also was gath- | syainst even larger numbors of players. Still, THK BROKEN BANK. 
ered by a repor'cr of this journal, and was 


it is evident that the feat requires for its ac- New York, Nov, 4,—Wm. Squeer, for- 
not voluntarily furnished by any officer of | complishment a rato combination of quali- | mcrly clerk and stockholder in the suspended 
the Association. Ifthe Ontario man would | ties, when it is considered that the moyos, | bank, informed tho comptroller of currency 
show a little moro energy in collecting the | 000e called, can nevor be referred to by the | two yoars ago that the bauk was probably un. 
information which he desires, instead of | P/4¥e> and thatthus the latest phases of a| sound, The oxamincr who was sent on, was 
whining bocause it is not furnished by the number of constantly cbanging combinations hoodwinked by Baldwin and made only a 
ladies, it would be more sensiblo as well as | ™3" be borne in mind with perfect distinct- | superticial examination, It is now revealed 
more dignified, nosa and accuracy, that three years sgoa clerk in the bank om- 
bezzled $50,000, 


Tae Ontario of last ovoning grumblos 
because, as it asserts, the officers of the 


AMERICAN. 


Sprrirvat Oasu.— An unexpooted inci- THE GUITEAU CASE, 

dent took place at a spiritualistic seance at| Naw York, Nov. 4.—Tho Sun says: The 
Providence, R. L, recently. A party of | Government has retained Attorney General 
ladies and gentlemen mado arrangements | Rollins in the Guito u case. 

— with a medium to give thom a private WASHINGTON SPECIALS, 
Litgrary Nors. —With its next numbe sounce. Tho agent collected the custom-| Tho Z'ribune of Washington says: At the 
Harper's Young People begins its third ary feo, une of tho visitors giving a five | xt session of Congress vigorous efforts will 
volume. The two yoars of this periodical’s | gojar bill and be made to admit Dakota asa State, 
growth have lifted it from a vigorous infan- TARRED AND FEATHERED, 
cy tomrobuat youth. The aim of its pub- agent aud the seanve began, Material- Nzw Lowpor,Oonn., Nov. 4.—Geo Stinson, 
lishers has been to make Harper's Young | ized forma of departed brothers, sisters rae oars inate te nl MT GH 
People attractive without being sensational and friends issued from the cabinet at the nile SERDR Pes) Wel asiter ak miBht in gaol 
and to this end they have secured the ser- renwiest of tie visitora.s Presently aidepas at Mystic Bridge, by masked men, who tarred 
vices of/a high class of 'writere and. artiata, and feathered him and tied him to the cell 


3 ted sister of a Mr, S., with a bouquot in} goo, 
This fact has been recognized by the Chat- hand, issued and presented him with the EXPECTKD LARGE INVESTMENTS, 


auqua “Youug People’s Union,” which has flowers, Ho noticed a pieco of green| Copumpus, O,, Nov. 4 —Itis stated that an 
included this illustrated weekly among the} puper among the flowers, and quickly | English syndicate is tvcking to invest one 
works which the members of the Union are para ah to eee mae aoe hundred millions of dollars in America, and 
se Le ears ata of arohy the a paper + bs the - dentioal five are spent ba parchaas reitroads and coal lands 
dolar bill which ho had piven to the | 2 thie State, 

of Harper's Young People a story called | agent. On their arrival homo the med- GRAVEYARD INSURANCK REFUSED. 

“Mr, Stubs’ Brother.” The boys and girls | ium telegraphed a demand for the five Witainaton, Del., Nov, 5.- The Insurance 
who have read “Toby Tyler” need not be dollars. The person who received the | Commissioner refuses to authorize graveyard 


- ae bill holds that it belongs to him, as the} ; i : : 
told who ‘‘Mr. Stubs is, and they are spiritiotuhiaiaiiter gavslvito hin add he nicrs companies to transact business in 
sure to welcome his brother with open | refuses to return it. 18 Stato. 


arms, 


WEATHER PRoBABILITIES—Toronto, Noy. 
4.—Lakes, westerly shifting to southerly 
winds fresh to atronger force fair cold woa- 
ther, probably a little milder to morrow. 


receiving the change. Tho 
fees wore passed into the cabinet by the 


POISONED BY ARSENIC, 
= It 1s Possible Brooktyn, Noy, 4.—James W, Teal, aged 
Tae Kennepys.—This family of Scot- | Thats remedy mado of such common, simple | 15; died here on Wednesday—supposed poi- 
tish vocalists keep a wonderful hold on the plants as Hops, Bachu, Mandrake, Dandolion, | soned by arsenic in patent fever and aay idey 


> “oc, make many and such marvellous and i ; ; 
public ; they are even more popular now | wondorfal ouros as Hop Bitters do? It must pet Cee ol aan a eee ; 


than they were fifteen or twenty years ago, | be, for when old and young, rich and 
KSOAPZ PROM GAOL, 


poor, Pastor and  Dooctor, Lawyer 
The Montreal Star of a recent date speaks | 174” Editor, all testify to having been| Wuekunc. West Va., Nov, 4.—Two con- 
of red men were 


of their entertainment ‘A night wi’ the} oured by them, we must believe and doubt no vi 

icted bers of a band 
Jacobites” in the following strain :—‘‘ The | longer.—Post, reeteaslened aa onl in Barbour County 
hopes and misfortunes of the Stuarts were What's in s Name? by a dogen comrades. 


pictured with all that humor and pathos The viriud of most of she\ patent: medicines — . 
of anecdote and song, of which Mr. Ken-| with which the market is flooded lios in AF} ERNOON ij | SP A (GWE X 
nedy snd his family are masters. In the the namo, but the yirtues of Burdock Bitters 3. 
imearitiiie ad ‘aria from iherltallan’ Da sie! lie in the fact that thoy cleanse the blood of co 


cn aa mat impnrities, and cure dyspepsia, biliousness 
Bollenti Spiritti’ was splendidly rendered | and indigestion, Price 31.00, trial bottles 10 


by Mr, Robert Kennedy. That gentle- | cents, probably be beld on Tuesday, ‘hero is some 


mass voice has, under thorough training The bowels become torpid and inactive | reason to belieye the Jrish Goyernment has 
in italy, become about as nearly perfect a8 | under continual purgation, Dr. Wilson’s | information of scrious designs of section «x- 


can well be. His rendering last night of | Anti-bilious aud Presorving Pills ponotrato to | tromists to provoke risiogs throughout the 


’ Y : t f this di i it. 
*The March o’ the Cameron Men’ was ira macleee tt the lateskines Ey eretiite Ree country before the progress of the Land Act 


simply magnificent.” The entertainment | efficieat operation, avd récuperate their ex- | has timo to create a better fecling among the 
which is to be giyen by the Kennedys in| bausted energy by restoring tone and vigor. | people. 
: END OF A MURDERER, 


b litan H \ n- = en aT 
ae safer a floss Rea 3 haben Have You tried It ? Prarrspuce, N.Y , Nov, 4.—Henry King, 
Tnareer ve P * | Ifso you can teatify to its marvellous powers | who murdered Michael Haeglin, in Clinton 
ndrew's Association. of healing and recommend it to your friends, July 13th 29 
——————_ We refor to Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild | PP*°™ ""Y oat Yad aankea hex a 
Burnep Our.—We regret to learn that | strawberry, tho great specific for all summer | this a. m., in the County jail, Kiog wrote 
our old friend Mr. A. L. Bogart, who complaints, diarrhoea, cholera morbus, dysen- | last evening to the editor of the Plattsburg 
bought out a shirt-making business in Chi- Hed creme, geile siokieas bone Sree z epublican, oe oe ry a his sins were 
cago about a year ago, and went there to | merits bs known to all who have not used it, | 'OTS!¥O, and regretting his course. 
WORKING OF THE LAND ACT, 


live, h i k, hi tablish- = awa 
Vetoen oer bis ba check. ne hrises A General Defeated. Lonpon, Noy. 4.—An Armagh correspon- 
ment having been destroyed by fire on the ’ : i : a 

A 2 A Mrs J.G, Robiuson writes; ‘11 was suf- | dent, discussing tho fears entertained in some 
evening of the 28th ult. The Chicago fering from genoral dobility, want of appetite | ouartera with regard to p block in the work- 
Dri Cund doseribon the burning of his Pro | after weing Bardock Blood Bitters T felt bet: | ig of tho Land Zct, says “It is obvioualy 
mises as follows :— Bogart & Blair, shirt tor than tor years, I cannot praise your Bit- | sbenrd to supposo that because #0 many 
makers, occupy the entire second floor of | tors too much.” thousand notices haye been serye thar, 


Of : . ° 
Nos. 90, 92, and 94, and haye upwards of Tan Hiooerr Own Hin Bidkre— the gre will all, or even a large portions of thom will 
$10,000 in stock and fixtures. Their] )i.4 of ago being brought with gorrow to the | Ver come to trial, As soon as the fow decisions 
sewing-machines and large quantity of | grave is now, wo are glad to think, bocoming | have been given, and ns a tendency of the 


manufactured stock fared very woll in- | ‘Fer every yoar as tho use of Cingaleso Hair | decisions bogins to be grasped by tho landlord 
Restorer bocomes more general. By its use and Tenconicahtares Wien tae 
deed, and the latter can all be relaun- | 4), noanty locks of ago once snore resume | “24 tenant, amicable arrangomon 


dried. It was in the ironiag-room of this | their former color and tho hair becomes thick | Pac’ is au ovorwholming proportion of the 
factory that the fire had its origin. At first and luxuriant as over; with its ald wo oan | cases,” 


7 now defy tho change of yoars, resting axsured ENGLAND AND AMERICA, 
it was thought to have started in the dry- | that no Groy Hair at any rato will come to 


- Pinitapetriv a, Novy. 4.—Tbe now British 
ing-racks, which are heated by steam, but | ssddon us, Sold by A, L, Goon, 50 contu a 


- ; bottle Minister, Sackville Wost, ia responding to 
subsequently it was noticed that the f the address of a Recoption Committee to-day, 
furnace for heating the irons was 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. expressed hope of the present good feeling 
capsized and unrivited in parte. It| Tho Best Sarve in the world for Cuts, | botwoon the Unitod States and (jreat Britain 
might be said that this furnace was 


THE IRISH FIREBRANDS, 
Lonpvon, Nov. 4.—A Cabinet Council will 


last night,and he was probably the hungriest 
man that ever occupied that abode of 
gloom. This morning he ate half a loaf of 
dry bread (two pounds) without a murmur, 


Bruises, Sores, Salt Rhoum, Foyer Soros, Tot- might be Iqating. 
knocked over by sonio careless firoman after 


tor, Chappotl hands, eae pare, sed 
all Skin eruptions, and positively cures Pilos, 
oe dugdlliag tombe pyditacsty plese tad It io guaranteed to givo aes rr rl 
od. ioe 26 conts por box, ‘or wal 
there was 4 sound of something falling to ae Clark & Co. jaa aie : 
the floor in the ladndry just prior to the 
discovery of tho fire. the laundry had Many 4 ono has had reason to rogrot tho 
been closed shortly before, and no one noglect of the advioo, to ‘take caro of that 
knows how tho furniture came to capsize, | cold.’ Consumption, fatal dinoaso, is ofton 


likely to exceed 23.000. Thoy have about 


$9,000 instrance in different city agencies.” and cheap to bay, 


——— A CARD. 
Tweeos,—This isa loading department _ 
with us, and this Fall wo offer for sale an To all who aro suffering from the ortore and 
nnusually large stock of Scotch, Eoglish, | indiscretions of youth, norvous woakposs, carly 
German and Osnadian Twoeds, worsted | decay, lone of manhood, &c., I will send a re- 


designs and in roliable qualities. Tho ‘Lhis groat remedy was discovered by a mis- 
special facilitios wo possess of buying thoao | nary’? South “ytd pe f ade ta) a 

cheaply inthe cheapest markets in the od savelops be York Ot i eaain of al 
world scoure thom to our customers at tho | /“!?" Deven, + Ore OEY [re baileveod 
vory lowest price they aro to bo had in 


Free of Coat. 


Canada, —J Ames Hennessy, All persons wishing to test tho morits of a | 


——— 7 
es ; reat remody—ono that will positively ouro 
~The ond of the world ia fixed by Prof, Sonsumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bron- 
6 | Swornstodt, of Indiana, for Saturday, the 12th chitis,or any affection of the Vhrost and Lunga 
di | inst, 
Sir Leonard ee loft this morning for Drug Store and got ® Trial Bottle of Dr. 
Washingt » on official business, It is undor- | King’s Now Discoyery for Consumption, /ree 

, 


Har-alzed bottle will do, 


copyright question, 


—aro roqacated to call at Jas, Clark & Co.'s |B. ways, ho was tro 


stood ‘that his visit is in connection with the | Y cor whioh will show you what a rogular | aod many romodio 
| 


AKOUDBISHOR CROKE HEDGING, 
Lonpon, Noy, 4,--Archbishop Croke, of 
Cashel, replying to an address from the Land 
League, adyined tenants to tender a fair rent, 
If refused, the fault would not be theirs, I 
would show that tho Irish can for thoir coun- 
try’s sake ondure insults and injuries. Ho 
declared that the Government had cstablishod 
a roign of terror, 
LEYROY ON MIA TRIAL, 
Marosron®, Eng., Nov, 4,—Tho trial of 
Lefroy, for the murder cf Gold on a Brighton 
railway train, hascommenced, Tho prisoner 
was calm and pleaded not guilty, The Court 
was densely crowded, 
—_—_—_—_—_———___ 


0. O. Jacobs, Bullalo, an employee of the 
U. 8 Express Co,, saya:—Dr, Thomas’ Hen 
lectrie Oil cured him of a bad cano of Piles of 8 
yoars standing, haying tried moatovery known 
romeody, ‘besides two Buffalo Physicians’ 
without relief; bat the Oil onrod him; he 
thinks it cannot be recommended too highly, 


Mr. Richard Holmos, Viotoria Cornor, N 
ibled with rheamatianm for 

yore, waa all drawn up with Palio, and waa 
doprived of sleep. Ho triod Many dootors 
' 


#. ¥inally tried Dow’ 
Sturgeon Oil Liniment and he is now woll be 


Y y 
Wo erw ’ t > 
VITMMCL CLAS 
BELLEVILLE MARKEIS, 
TRLLIGEMNUALY flee r] ; 
Hollevi.. , Nov, 4, 183], § 
The r.coipts of grain were light to-day, with 
nh») couauge ty note io prices, 
W rinat—81,20 to 81.25 
Bantur—750, to 50e, 
Kyn—55. 
Oats —40 to 420, 
Pras—tih. to 75o, 
Ham +—12ho, 
LAMit—Tu w Bo per Ib. 
Dirssep Hoos —87.50 to $8, 


Korren—Koll 250 

Kaos —1be, to 200. por doxen, 

Hipes—Rough 87,00, lospvoted 
$8.00 

Car Skins—100 por lb, 

Lams Siins—$1.00 

Woor—225 

LA «pio to ldo, 

Lattow—Rough, 4o 

Tactow—Rendered, 640. 

PoraToss——§$1 per bag. 

froon—Wholesale, $6.50 per bbl, 

corn —Reotall, 86.50 to 87.00 per bbl 

ttay—-610,00 to $12.00 por ton 

Srraw—$5 per ton. 

Onl0Kans—25 9 6) 500 por pwr 

Guese—60o, to 600, oath. 

Duoxs—50 to 600 por pair, 


TORONTO MARKET. 

‘Lononto, Nov, 4. — Kall wheat No, | 
$1.30 to 0.00 ; No, 2, $1.27 to $1.28; No 3, 
$1.23to 8',24, Spring No. },—$1.33 to $1.34, 
No, 2, $1.31 to $1 32; No. 3, $0.00 to 30,00; 
Barley--No, 1 92 to 00; No. 2, 87t0 88 ; No.3 
extra, 80 to 82; No. 8,77 to 78 Pom— 
No, 1,80 to 00; 2,77to 78. UOste-No.1,43 to 44; 
No, 2, 002, Corn—00 to 00. Wool—00 to 00, 
flour waperior, $5.55 to $5.90; oxtra, $5.75 
to 25 80; fanoy, $0.00 to $0.00 ; strong bakers 
$0.00 to $0.00 ; spring extra, 0.00 to 2000, 
supertino, $0,00 to $0.00; fine, 30,00 to $0.00, 
Bran $13.50 to $00.00. Ulover sood, $0.00 to 
$0.00. Jimothy £0.00 to 80,00. Hogs —$0.00 
to $0.00. Butter 17 to 20. Barley (street) 
750 to 92, Ryo, 00to O0o. Spring wheat, 
$0.00 to 80.00, Fall wheat $1,25 to $1.27, 
Oatmeal $0.00 to $0.00. Corameal $0,00 to 
$0.00, Pork $00.00 to $00.00. 

Market inactiye, Flour firmer with buyers 
of superior and extra at 85,85; wheat less 
icquiry for order $1.27 apparently the best 
bid for No, 2 fall; onts very scarce and 44 
paid for one car and 43 freely bid; barley dull, 
with eales of cara at 92 for No. 1 and 87} for 
No, 2, but with bayors or sollers much in- 
clined for business, Peas casyjwith No. 2 of- 
fered at 97; rye steady andecold at 95 on 
track, 


MONTKMAL MAKE ET, 

Monrrear, Nov, 4 —Flour, roceipts 2,680 
bls. ; sales 775 brie. Market dull. Quotations: — 
Superiore $6,20 to $6.25; oxtra $6.20 to $0.00; 
spring extra $6.20 to $0.00; superfiae 
$5.95 to $6.05; strong bakers $7.00 bo 27.75 ; 
fine $5.40 to $5 55; middlings §4 75 to $5.00; 
pollards $4.30 to $450; Ont. bags $3,10 to 
$3.20; city bags $3.70 to $3.75. 

‘Sales—550 superior extra $6,20 ; 226 do, 


Grain- Wheat, noml 

Oatmeal, 35.14. Cornmeal, $3.75, 

Provisions—Butter, western 17 to 19; B.7. 
19 to 21; B, and M. 18to 21; creamery, 24 to 
25 Cheese 114 to 13. Pork $21 to $22. Lard 
15 to 15}. Bacon 11to}2, Hams 13 to 14. 

Ashee—pote $5.10 to $5 15; poarls $6.15. 

MONTREAL STOCKS, 

Tho follo +ing is the olticial report of tho 

Mentreal Stook Exchange, Nov, 4 — 
AFTERNOON BOARD, 


Nam». nuked. offered. salew, 

Bank of Montreal, . .2! 199. 1@200 
Ditto ox, div, 196 1938 5U@6 

Merchants Bank...1284 128 9@8 
Ditto oex-div. 1252 125 

Back of Coummerve,.1419 1414 

Untario Bank. .....59} 59 

Bank of Toronto....1634 158 

Molavn's Bank......117 116} 

Banque du Peuple,..92 90 

Jacqies Oartior....108 104 

Uaiou Bank.,,.........97 

Quebec Bank,..... 

Exchange Bank... . 

Mont. TolographCo.126? 1264  5@6,500@t 


Domin, Teleg’ ph Co, .97 
MontrealGasUc..,,1425 1413 
City Pasronger Co...126 123% 
RAO. Naviga’n Co 46 45 
Royal Can. ins, Co,. 

imperial Bank..... 

Canada Cotton,..... 

Dandas Cotto>....., 
Consolidated Bank. ,. 

Foedoral Bank,....... 

Ont. Investment, .. 


.| St.P., Minn &Man, Ry, 


NEW YORK PKODUCE MARKET. 


New York, Nov. 4." 

Cotton quiet, 18. 

Flour quiet; recoipte 22,000 bris.; sales 
12,000 brie. ; $4.35 to $5.20, sup. state and 
wen. ; $5.20 to $8.25 com. to choice ex. stato; 
$5.20 to 9 do. wan 

Ry flour quiet, $5.00 to $5.50, 

Whoat firm; reocoipts 199,000 bue.; sales 
40 000 bus. No. 2 red Nov. $1.41}; 824,000 
do Dec. 45 to 46}; 52,000do. Jan. do. Jan, 
48} to 494: 16,000 do. Feb. 51. 

Kye firm, $1.02 to $1.05. 

Vorn lower ; reovipts 30,000 bus, ; sales 
470,000 bus., old 66 to 69; new 69 to 73. 

Barley weak ; No. 1 Canada $1.12 to 31,13; 
Nv, 1 do bright $ 114; extra bright 15. 

Oats better ; receipts 34,000 bus ; eales 
120,000; 464 to 4%4 mixed; 49 to 54 white, 

Pork weak, $17.75. to $18.00. 

Lard heavy, $11.74. 

Buttor 14 to 36. 

Cheese 3c to Ifo. 


OSWEGO MARKET, 

Osweao, N. Y¥., Nov. 4 —Wheat steady, 
quist; white etate $1.33 ; red do, $1.41. Corn 
dull, salos mixed western at 75, Varley lower, 
sales 40,000 No. 1 Canada $1.05. Rye quiet, 
Canada nominally $7in bond, Canal freighta— 
wheat and poas 54c; corn and ryo 5fc; bar- 
ley 44c to Naw York; 3fc to Albany, Lake 
receipta—Wheat 9,500; barley 76,500; rye 
15,000; lambor 910,000. 


CHICAGO MARKETS, 
Crroaao, Nev 4 —Pork $15,60 nom. Nov. 
$15.75 to $16 CO Deo, ; $17.15 Jan. Lard $10.95 | 
Noy.; $11 224 Jon. Whert 26} nom Noy,; 
284 Deo ; 20} Jan. Corn 592 Nov.; G05 Deo.; 
6U Jan, ; 654 May; Oats 2Q asked Noy, 2? Deo, 


—————_—_—_———_-_— —--_-. - ~~ - ~~ .__________.___| 


CAUTION, 


4 Dane public are caytiong | against nogoti- 
ating for a note made by Chay, Dom- 
orost in favor of A. F, Wallace, for $200, as 
no value has been given for tho same. 
CHAS, DEMOREST, 
Sidney, Nov, 2, 1881, 166d3t,wlt 


GO WEST! 
| UT first wait until about the lat Novom- 
ber, whea 
BLAIR & SHANKS, 

of Winnipeg, will open a branok of their Veal 
Katate Oflice in Belleville. 

A splendid list of landa will be realy for 
alo, 


ISAAC BLAIR, 


R. H. SHANKS, 
wed&Satdwl mw 


MONEY TO LOAN, 


FYVEUE subscriber, ax Soligitor fora private | 


trust jun just pleoud in hin banda, ing 
prepared tar gvive ‘pploationn for loony or 

Martgages of ithproved farm or vity proport ; 
Oa good titles being exbibited ths lo | 
oan be placed without dolay and froo from i ] 
Z| 


ponses of ayonto or solicitors nb 4 distance 


i G. PONTON, 
Barrigter, Bolleville 
Office in Gordon's Blook, Front , 


St., ovor Overoll's Bookstore, 
Belleville, Oot, 28, 152dood aw, w9™ | 


0) 


In order to make room for my large supply of Winter Stock 
I will sell all my 


REMAINING STOCK OF GARRIACES, 


——CONSISTING OF — 


Top Phetons, Top Buggies, Open Phetons, 
Open Buggies, and Democrats, 


—AT A— 


REDUCTION OF 


20 PER CENT. 


Salo to continue for one month from this date, when I will offer a grand display of 


WINTER STOCK of CUTTERS, SLEIGHS, &. 


The tinest over oflered in Belleville, at 


BX CHEDINGLIY LOW PRICES. 
T have just completed very extensive additions to my buildings at a large cost, making 


Ootober 25, 1881. 


JAMES ST. CHARLES. 


_ 150dtf,wim 


OT 
A BIG BAS Doe 


DRESS 


0 


GOODS. 


We have opened out 6 cases of Dress Goods bought in Bond 
in the New York Market. F 


156 DRESS GOODS FOR 10 CHINTS. 
“ i “ 


1L7c. M “« 
25c. “ : “ “ Te “ 
SOc. - <5 “ 20 wales L 


SEE THEM. They are the Se eb in Belleville, Also BLACK CASHMERES for 40, 50 
a 


60 cts. A 


Great Bargain, 


W.& D. PATERSON, 


“OH! THAT RHEUMATISM, 


T did not sleep a wink from it all night, How 
common is this comp'aint, and how umneces- 
sary, Why, thereis a remedy for it in every 
town in Canada. It is called Dr. Dow's Stur- 
geon Oil Liniment, . It is a medicine of remark- 
able strength which, when employed externally 
cures rheamatiam, sprains, bruises, cramp in 


muscles, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, contracted 


joints, erysipelas, ringworms, &c,, &c, 
CAUTION. 


Do not use it internally because its strength is 
so great that it is adopted only for ontward ap- 
plication both as a counter irritant and as a 
a of the bruised inflamed skin to healthy 
action. 

Pat ie bottles, reteil 25 cts. each, 
om rs by all Druggists and Country Mer- 
° c 


J. W. BRAYLEY, 
Montreal. 


Va 0{ © Jee ora =4}9 Be 
TYNHAT desirable two storey Brick House cn 
the corner of Mill and Burrell Streets. 
There is » good grocery store attached to the 
house and a good garden. For terms and 
further particulars apply on the premises, 
Belleville, Oct. 25, 1851. 149d6¢ 


~ PUTTNER’S 


MULSION! 


—oF— 


COD LIVER OIL 


—WiITH— 


HYPOPHOSPHITES, &6., 


By ©. BE. POCT VER. Ph M, In- 
stracter of Pharmacy Hali- 
fax College. 


HE inventor in presenting this preparation 
to the medical profession and the public 
at large, does it with a confidence of ite ao- 
ceptaace, based upon the results of its use as 
evinced during some yeara in the Lower Pro- 
vinces, and its unqualified endorsation by a 
large number of the medical mon of the high- 
est standing, who have watched its immediate 
aad gratifying effects. It has beon used in 
all the Public Institutions, Hospitals and 
Dispensaries with unyarying good resulr, 
and it is not foo magh to say that ite uso is 
officiat, In proof thereof it is ™ commended 
by :— 
Hou. D, MoN, Park*:, M.D,, &o., Consult- 
iog Physician, &c , Hospital, Halifax. 
Jonnings, M, D,, Surgeon P. & OC, Hos- 
pital, Halifax, 

Geo, L. Sinclair, M. D., Ass’t Physician 
Mount Hope Insane Hospital and Prof. of 
Avatomy Malifax Medical College, 

Q. D Rigby, M, D., Surgeon to tho Dis- 
ponsary, 

T, Trenaman, M. D., Physician Halifax 


i Dispensary, 


W. B, Moors, M. D., ©. W., Kentyille, 
late Surgeon P, & C, Hospital, Halifax 

W. B Brine, M.D., Port Hi'l, P, i. 1 

W. B. Slayter, M.D, LROS, Bg , &eo., 
Prof. of Obstetrics Halifax Medical Collego, 
and Coosulting Surgeon P. & O. Hospital. 

W. S. Muir, M. D,, C. M., L.R.S.P. & C,, 
Truro, N.S. 

Aroho Lawson, M. D., M. R. ©, 8, &o., 
Physician to Gonl. Hospital and Prof, of Sur- 
gory Halifax Medical Oollepe, 


The ‘‘ Syndicate” Store. 
CIDER. 


20,000 Gallons Wanted. 


PPLY at the old M, E, Church, opposite 
Brown's Foundry. 
d&wim 


Oct. 21, 
COU 
LAMPS! 


We have some light aud elegant 


HANGING LAMPS, 


for halls, parlors or dining rooms. These arp 
decidedly in advanoe of pec Aaa ae 


shown in Belleville, Aleo, a lot of 
beautiful 

TABLE LAMPS, 
in polished brass and pain 


ted in, fitted 
with the best burners in the en 34 2875 
very low. d 


F, A, ROUS & CO. 
Belleville, Oct. 25, 1881. 


CARPETS. 


te is « leading department with us,fand 
this Fall we offer for sale an uncommonly 
large Stock of Brassels, Tapestry and all wool 
Carpets, in beautiful New designs and in 
reliable Qualities. e 


The special facilities we possess of buying 
these cheaply in the Cheapest markets 


in the world, secure them to our customers 
at the very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada. 


_——— 


TERMS, CASH. 


Oko, RITHIE 80 


QT 
Ss DISCOVERY! 


LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. 

A victim of youthful improdence causing Prema- 
ture Decay, Nervous De ity, Lost Manhood, ote., 
having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis- 


add: 
43 Chatham st, N.Y, 


STOCK 


ARTLING 


D, A. Campboll, M. 14,0, M., Physician to 
Halifax Dispensary, 

S Jacobs, M. D., Dominion Health Officer, 
Lunonburg, N. &, 

W. Calder, M. D., Bridgowater, N. 8. 

H. L. Atkinson, M, D, ©, M., House Sur- 
goon Gen'l Hospital, Halifax. 

Goo, Lawson, Ph. D., LL, D, E.1.C,, 


LAMP GOODS! 


IS Now COMPLET: 


Prof, of Chemistry, Dalhdosio i i god 
Halifox, and rinhy "gaara ae Have Some very wee 

wa Phyaloians Will ploss» spocify PUTT. bth wood Co, 
NEWS EMULSION, which is SOLD EVERY- -., : 
WHERE, Prioe 50 conte, Sid&wlvr JAMES Pe aseraall 

at bila _ a —_ > 

MILLINERY OPENING ... 

F — 


joairablo residence on Commercial 
\HAT S now oooupied by the undersigned. 
1 Sto given immediately, For particus 


od | Pomeetiy to Francis Dolan, Keq, orto 
VBS. HORNE, who #8 rocontly Darne | jyrs aPP'Y F, ©. RIDLEY. 
Ht out on Hote] Stree’ 146dtt 


Oot, 20 1881, Bede se 
To Let, neste 

TERY desirable Store and residence at- 
pons a cast side north Front Street, 

or bridge, Promisoa to good repair, 


Will open Next Wook 
4, Millinory 


xt to Mra. Euserey Bullon's, 


ir tho Sh_p MA door from 


Store, and aece aie. erence eivanien for a Grocery business. 
noe MKS, HORNE hae M, B. ROBIN. 
8. VE. N 0 
152daw | 144 Street Rallgey 
ob 28, 188%" ‘ 


JELIXIR 


DAILY 


patric areas | 


DIRECT IMPORTATIONS aedbilemiastgedss 


—or— 


FINE WINES || Diily Hutelligeuccr. 
. WOOED AND WON. | 


Tho footman thought to himeclf thoro 
could be no possible harm in obliging this 
gonerous man, although he was not & gon 
tleman, so he told him where Irkedalo was. 


Bruno listened attentively, 


VERY CHOICE 
‘What aro the beat means of gotting 


SH ERRY AND PORT, there |’ he asked again, and the servant told 


cases of Vary SUPERIO“ ) 

including a fow of Vary os nyrrers hesitated, According, to Sis 

LD here » possiblo means of reaching 

“ag VINTAGE F Irkodalo that day, and ho bad aworn to him- 
BOTTLED IN OPORTO: 
Wallbridge & Clarke, 


solf that sho should not reign in her splon- 
dor twenty-four houra longer. He would 
Grocans & Wore Mencitants, 
$7 and 39 Bridge St. 


We have just received direot from CADIZ 


and OPORTO a quantity of 


soe hor husband. It mattered not how 
the blow was struck, if it only be struck at 


pio asked about Lord Kerston, and said 
he would soo him instead of her ladyship. 
But the footman seomod to consider he had 
given quite civility enough for a sovoreign. 
Ho assured Bruno that it was more than 
hia place was worth to show any strangers 
to his lordship—he was always 50 deeply 
engaged, 

‘Ta ho in the house now /’ asked Bruno, 
No. Ho was at Downing stroot ; he had 
driven thore some hours since, and had not 
returned. 


Jaly 27th, ISS. 8. 
ROYAL 


INSURANGE COMPANY 


FIRBAND LIFE. 
CAPITAL - - - ~- $10,000,000. 


Sharcholdors liability unlimited. Funds in- 


vested, 000; annual income, $5,000,000, | ‘Thon the door was dlosed. But Bruno 
He YEH for protection Canadian said to himself he would seo Lord Korston 
Policy Holders, nearly 000. Farm pro- | _ he would seo this man who belioved him- 


self to be Diane's husband—and he would 
tell him Diane's sin. 

As to going to Downing street ; that was 
out of the question; but he would wait 
there, outside the house, until he came 
back ; then he wouldstophim. Ho might 
havo to wait for hours,. Never mind fa- 
tigue ; never mind pain ; ho cared but for 
revenge. So he watched and waited there 
for the reat of the day. 

He watched the sun set and the stars 
rise ; he watched tho sweet summer's night 
fall, and he brooded in gloomy silence over 
his revenge. 


red inst da by lightning. 
lg rg Tay by Tightning anywhore 
shen made BNNELLY, Belleville, 
Disraicr AGENT 
~ MONEY TO LOAN 
A’ yory reasonable rates, parable in instal 
ts, or in one sum ply to 
ad T, DONNELLY, 
No, 25 Bridge St Bellevill 


PHaNI=Xx 


Fire Insurance Company, of Lon- 


don, England. It was night whon, under the masiants 
> he saw the carriago drive up, and a tall, 
ESTABLISWED IN 1783. stately, handsome man descended from it. 


Bruno looked at him in silent wonder— 
ho was so thoroughly patrician, so kingly 
in his manner. Oould it be that Diano— 
the Diane whom Hester had dospised— 


GENCY Established Yn Canada in 1804, 
A Unlimited liability of all the Stockhold- 
ers and large reserve fands. Moderate rates 


Cs GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co. had won the love of this grand chivalrous 
General Agents for Canada. | man! 

T, DONNELLY, Lord Kerston spoke a few hasty words to 

Agont, Belleville | the coachman, thon sprang up tho stops, 


and bofore Brnno had time to speak, had 
admitted himself by s latch-key, and tho 
door was closed behind him. 

Bruno sprang up the stops after him. 

* Lord Kerston !’ he cried ; but it was 
too late, 

Then he rang the bell; the door was 
opened by the same servant ho had seen in 
the morning. 

‘Lord Kerston has come homo,’ said 
Bruno. ‘I know it—1 watched for it—I 
know he is here—I must see him |’ 

‘Come, come,’ said the man, ‘this will 
not do ; we are not used to this kind of 
thing at all. You cannot see my lord.’ 

‘Bat I must seo him ; you have no right 
to refuse me ; 1 will not take a refusal; 1 
must and will see Lord Kerston 

Tho foetman eyed him severely. 

‘1 toll you,’ he said, ‘I shall be sorry to 
take any violent measures; but this will 
not do at all, you must aot make that noise 
here. My lord has the whole country to 
attend to, he cannot be at everyone's beck 
and call.’ 

‘I will give you——’ began Bruno. 

‘There,’ interrupted the man, ‘it is of no 
lise, unless you can keep me independent 
for the rest of my life, nothing else will 
bribe me. I should not only losemy place, 
but my character, if [ wore to interrupt my 
lord, or let any one sev him.’ 

*You can please yourself,’ said Bruno. 
‘If I do not see him now I will wait on the 
door-step all night, so as to see him the firet 
thing in the morning.’ 

*All right—that will not be my fault at 


WHITE STAR LINE 
United States & Royal Mail Steam. 
ers Salling every Week 


Between Now York, Queenstown and Liver- 
1, Germanio, Britannic, Adriatic, Coltio 
Baitio, Republic. 
gra me of lear pina, = aoe A 
for , es and comfort, and do 
or pigs. ‘abin passage, 
$60, $80 and $100, Excursion tlokets on fav- 
orable terms. ‘Stoorage tickets, including 
railroad fare to and from Belleville, at lowoat 
ratos, Partios d to send for their friends 
or take a-trip to the old country will do wel) 
to apply for further information to 
T, DONNELLY{ 
277d&w Agent, Bellevil’e 


N. H. DOWNS?’ 


EGETABLE BALSAMIC 


Weenie tareheasete alleen 
ping - . an un 
Peopie die ‘i ea a is 
of consumption sim 
because o1 neglect, when the timely 
use of this remedy would have cured 


a earn ct constant all—you can please yourself. My lord 
use proves the that no cough seldom leaves the house much before noon, 
. hap stood the test like and Jong before then the police will have 


wns’ Elixir, 


removed you. An Englishman’s house is 
lis castle, and yon cannot get into it just 
when you will. Iam sorry now that I told 
you where my lady was.’ 

* You are an impertinent monial !’ cried 
Bruno, ina rage. 

‘Just so, Well, never mind; get olf 
those steps and I will be anything you like.’ 

So saying he closed the door, and Bruno 
had no resource but to go away. 

‘Whatis the matter, Simpson /’ asked 
Lord Kerston, who was crossing tho hall, 
and had heard the voice ; ‘what is wrong |’ 

‘Only o man, yourlordship, who insisted 
upon seeing you.’ 

*At this hour of the night ! 
thing important ?’ 

‘I should say not, my lord. 

for my lady first, then for you. 
it was impossible.’ 
_ ‘Some one wanting money, I should 
imagine,’ said his lordship ; but Simpson, 
remembering the soveroign, knew that his 
master was mistaken in that at least. 


CHAPTER LIX. 
** YOU ARE MY WIFE, DIANE !” 


A lovely summors morning, the dew 
shining ou the long, cool graes, on the 
hodges, tho leaves of tall trees, on the bril- 
S liant flowers ; and Diane thought to herself 
loneee ence SESSA: that the flowers were never so fair as at 
BEFORE aKING ° “DUNS AFTER TAKING. | Irkedalo. Sho had risen early that morn- 


omory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in | ing, slee i i . 
= , . p was impossible ; her dreams were 
the Back, Dimnees of Vision, Premature Old| ¢.jj of terror. Whenever her eyes closed 


Price 25 —— ine bo bottle 
Dr. Baxter's Mandrake 


BITTERS 
Liver Gomrlaat, Tagen and 


all Diseases arising fro 


Price 25 cents per bottle. 
$e Yor Bate Brerywhere, 


HENRY & JOHNSON'S 
ARNICA AND OIL 


LINIMENT 


For Man and Beast. 


The most perfect liniment ever com- 
pounded. Price 25 cts, and 50 ct 
. Vor Bale Rrerywhere. { 


Waa it any - 


He asked 
T told him 


GRAY’S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. 
TRADE MAR# THe GueatENG-TRADE MARK 
LISH EDY, eee 
Anunfailin A 
cure for Semi 
Weaknesas, Sper- 
matorrhea, Im- 


potency, and all 
Fiseases that fol- 


If sleep for a few 


feed ni balla peso ics the x oy ty minutes overtook her, she woke with a ory 
addressing of alarm ; he was always thero ready to seize 


TIXD GRAY MEDICINE Co, 
Toronto, Ont., Canada. 
_Sold by all Draggists and A.L. Geen Belleville, 


GLASS FRUIT JARS 
JUST TO HAND 


—— 


200 DOZ. GROWN FRUIT JARS 


the Hest in the Market, 
—AT— 


TEMPLETON’S 


Front St., Oppoalto Foot Bridge. 


BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE 
SOMPAN Y- 


INCORPORATED 1833 


her, to take her from Philip, whom she 
loved—Philip, the husband of her love! 
So Diane rose ; # fancy camo to her that 
perhaps with the terrible fright of the night 
her hair had turned gray. She had read 
of such things, and surely no woman living 
had gone through greater anguish. She 
was almost afraid to look in her mirror to 
see ; but whon she did look there was hor 
golden hair, with its wondrous sheen ; the 
proud, fair taco, with its quoon-like lovoli- 
noss, Something liko a wan smile came to 
her lips—how foolish she had been to fear. 
Would to Heaven all tho reat was as much 
& fancy as this. 

‘I used to wonder,’ thought Diane 
‘what people meant whon they telked of 
the agony of death; now I know. This 
is my agony.’ 

It was ao early yet that she would not 
call her maid ; but she found a shawl, and 
wont down into the garden. 

*Oh ! the lovely, laughing summer, tho 
golden aun, tho fairy flowers, the aweot 
singing birds, tho fragrant air. Diane stood 
in the midat of the lovolinoss, Would 
those blue, smiling heavens be kind to hor, 


© » ——_ 
Onb aa iia F, - $500,000 00] or would the thinderbolt fall | 
Insurance on a le - « 140,00 00 She was safe here, in her husband's 
Promptly and liheralte wo! Property. Loss| princely homo, Hor eyes wandered round 
y settled. sure no foe dare onter here. Sho looked 


69d60n, Staw 
Soly Sixt, 1881, 


M. B. Roblin 


VS Ge discontinued the # 
senmie Tipe Ile is stil doin 


Oct. 18th, 1881, 


® BLuoep 


ing woods, at tho beauti- 
AKOS Kollavitia at the green, waving F 


yark, at tho pleasure grounds, nt tho 
ih bmorald lawn, at tho pictures quo 
yardens, the broad, long terraced w lint 
too dare invade that princely home? The 
*On shone on the square towers and the 
Massive turrotson the oriel windows and 
te ola porch, A fancy came to he 

no Keverno tried to take hor 


iro Ins0rance 
& Slarge busi. 


away oho could shut bhoraelf up in this 
stronghold, ond hold it againet him ; 
but he oould not tind her, Heaven 
| wae very rood to her, vory mero 
| ful; sho should not bo given Up oa a cap 
tive into the hands of this oroel man; be 
would nover find her Liston to the little 
birda singing, the swoet, Hootin mual 
would Heaven be a6 good to a little bird, 
food it, keop it, Hllita little hoart with so 
much gladness that it overflowed in song, 
yet be cruel toher? Look at tho flowers 
thay lived, loved, Inughed in the sunshine 
would there bo more compassion for a lily 


or fora rose thau for hor! 


*T am safe hore,’ she said to herself, * If 
I had romained in London he might have 
found me—he cannot discover monow. Ho 


will forget that meeting in time, he will 
loaru to think of it aa a trick of fancy, an 
idly imagination, a resomblance that do- 
coi ved,’ 
ro BR CONTINURD 
a 

Tho golden ago—tho present whon Eater: | 
brook’s popular Stool Pons are within 
the roach of all, ‘Tho atationora «an supply 
thom. Robert Millor, Son & Co., Montreal, 
agents, 


Puttner’s Hmulsion. 

For ell wastiog discaves, Sorofule, Nervous 
Exhaustion, Montal Anxicty, Overworked 
Brawn, Bronchial and Throat Affeotions, Con- 
sumption, Asthina Whooping-Cough, Dis- 
eases of women and ohildren, and many 
others iu which Cod Liver Oiland Hypophos 
phitew are so highly aod jastly valaod not 
ly by the Medical prr feasion but the public 
oral Sold everywhere, price 60 cents, 


on 
genorally. 


Mothers | Mott! sre I! Mothers Ill 

Are you disturbed #) oight and broken o 
your rout by a sick ohiid sullering and oryjng 
with the excruciating pain of cutting tecth ? 
Ifso, goat once and gota bottle of MKS, 
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP, It wia 
roliove the poor little sufferer immediately — 
depend upon it; there is no mistake about it, 
There ia not a mothor on earth who has over 
anod it, who will not tell you at onve that it 
will regulate the bowols, and give rest to the 
mother, and relief aod health to the obild, 

peratin, like magic. It in perfeotly safo to 

aro in all onges, and pleasant to the taste, and 

{a the presoription of ono of the oldeut and bert 

fomalo physlolans and narsos in tho United 

States. Sold everywhere at 25 conta a bot. 

tle. Waly 
Free of Charge. 

All porsons suffering from Coughs, Colds, 
Asthma, Bronchitis, }.088 of Voico, or any 
affection of the Throat aud Lungs aro request. 
to call at Jas, Olarke and Co's Drag Store and 
got a Trial Bottle of Dre King’s Now Dis- 
covory for Consumption free of charge, which 
will convince them of its wonderful merits 
and show whata regular dollar-sizo bottle 
willdo, Call early. 


If you aro sufloring with » Cough or revere 
Cold, do not trifle with yourself by trust- 
ing your lifo to Lozenges and cheap 
and worthless cough mixtures, but buy at 
once a bottle of ALLEeN’s Luna Batsam; it 
reaches to the seat of the divease and removes 
it root and branob : it does not alloviate and 
afford temporary relief, as do mest cough 
mixtures sold at 25 conta a bottle, but it 
makeu a pormanent cure in all cases, if used 
acoording to directions, 

Orueity to animals. 

There aro socivtics for the prevention of 
cruclty to animals, But mou and women 
grow pig-hoaded when their stomachs are do- 
moralized, Thoy insist upon eating at all 
hours of the day and night whatevor thoir por- 
yorted and normal appotites cravo, until they 
become incurable dyspeptios. Thoy will on- 
large feelingly on the theme of ‘‘cruelty to 
animale” and then rotire to the dining-room 
and gorge huge magses of indigestible fvod. 
Which is worse cruelty to animals or men? 
Evory house should keop as a life blessing 

uantity of Dr, Henatox’s Sugar CoaTEp 

1118, whioh will remedy this ovil of cramming 
down indigestiible food until we feel light 
hoadod from the table or suffer from paralysis 
They eet A tho offal and renovate ti’ 
systom. Id by all droggiots, 


Rest and Comfort to the Suffering 
** Brown’s Household Pansoea” han no equal 
for rolicving pain, both internal and external. 
It curos Pain in the Side, Back or Bowoelr, 
Sore Throat, Khoumatism, Toothache, Lum. 
bago and any kind of a Painor Aohe, ‘It 
will most surely quicken the Blood and Heal, 
au ite noting power is wonderful,” ‘* Brown's 
Housebold Panacea,” being aoknowledyod as 
great Pain Reliever,an’ of double tho strength 
of any other Elixir or Liniment in the world 
‘ou it really is tho beat romedy io the world 
for Cramps in the Stomach, ond Pains and 
Aches of all kinds,” and is for salo by all 
Drugglets at 25 conte a hottle, 264ly 
KACKED BY INNUMERABLE P4NGS, reatioss 
by day. sleepless at night, rising unrefreshod 
in the morning, without appetite and pester- 
el by varying and perplexing symptoms, the 
dyspoptic takes indeed «a gloomy view of hu- 
man existence. For him the zeat of life seems 
one. Heartburn, oppression at the pit of 
the stomach, and the attendent annoyances of 
of conatipation and biliousneas, combine to 
render him utterly wretched. But there is, 
if he will but take advantago of it, a reliable 
source of reliable relicf from all misery. 
Norrimor & Lyman’s VeGETABLE Discovery 
and Dysspertic Ougx is, as its name imports, 
a botanic preparation, free from mineral _poi- 
son, and an all-sufficient remedy for indiges- 
tion in its most obstinate form, It not only 
enrichesthe blood by enabling the diges- 
tive organs to convert the food received into 
nutriment, but depurates it by incroas- 
ing tho action of the bowels and kid- 
neys,the natural outlets for its impurities, 
But while it relaxes the bowols, it novor does 
so violently and with pain, like a drastic ca- 
thartio, It aids, bat never forces, Nature, 
inv yorating as wollas purifying ond regulating 
tho xvetem, It thoroughly removes thoso 
diseased humors which tend to vitiate tho 
blocd, purifies the urinary secretion, and pro- 
motes a flow of healthy bilo into the natural 
channel, besides expelling it from the circul- 
ation, [xperience has proved that this stan- 
dard medicine is a thorough remedy for dys- 
pops's, biliousness, costivencas, kidney com- 
aa acrofula, orysipolas, salt rhoum, lum- 
ago and all impurities uf the blood. Price 
$1.00. Sample Hottle 10 cents, Ask for 
Nonrunor & Lyman’s Vogetable Discovery 
and Dyspeptic Caro, Tho wrappor bears a 
fac-simile of their signaturo. Sold by all 
medicine dealers 


Cholera Infantum, 

That ternble scourge among children may 
be speedily cured by Dr, ‘Fowler's Extract of 
Wild Strawberry. All forms of bowel com- 
plaints, nausea and vomiting, from an or- 
dinary diarrhma to the most severe attack of 
Canadian cholera, can bo subdued by its 
prompt use, It is the best remedy known for 
children or adults suffering trom summer com- 
plainte. ; 


Putner’s Hmulsion. 

We bog leave to call our readers’ attention 
to tho adyertisomont ot Putner’s Emulsion, 
which appears in our columas, aud judging 
from tho high medical reputation it bears, it 


will merit the confidence of the profonsion and 
publio at large. The inventor claima it con- 
teins o larger porcontage of pure vil than any 


othor Eroulsion, and is mado in a very pleas. 
ant and palatable form, so that the most doli- 
cate stomach oan retain it 


BUY 


DUFFY'S MUSTARD 


DIPLOMA AWARDED 1881 


Manufactured at the Canada Coffee and 
Spice Mills, 74 St. Jamos St., Montreal He 
tailed by all grocers. 1o2dly 

Wanted, 
4 GES ERAL SERVANT wanted, Apply 
J to Mis Geo, Tayton, South George St, 
Oot, 29 dilw 


INTELLIGENCER 


| tho asaresment for the soveral wards in the 


FRIDAY. 


CITY ASSESSMENT, 
NOTICE. 


A fy ourt of Revision to hear and de- 


termine appealu againnt tho assessment "ha 8 
oe Trtresirtet = i basiee bet parte Clty Pho San issuos also inoompsrably tho most libsral Accidont policy in existenos, No other tions and procure Health and Happiness, where 
Hall a¥7:30‘p,meaoh vening av herealter | company in Amorioa yivos days of grace on Accident policies. er eg ky ma pradianay end ieee aaa 


mentioned, and will take up tho appeals of 


following ordor 

Fosten Wanp—Ono Friday, 4th 
ber, A.D, 1881. 

Samson Wanp—On Saturday, 5th Novem- 
ber, A. D. 1881, 

Keroneson WAnp—On Monday, 7th No- 
vember, A. D., 1851. 

RALDwiw Wano—On Tuosday, Sth Novem- 
bor, A.D, 1°81. 

Biuervoxen Wanp— Oo Wedneaday, 9th No- 
vomber, A, 1, 1881. 

Cotemanx WAnv—On Thursday, 10ih No- 
vember, A, D, 1881. - 

Munxgy Wanp—On Friday, 11th Novom- 
ber, ». D. 1881 

Unfiniehed businoss ia Foster, Samson, 
Ketoheson and Baldwin Wards, Saturday, 
12th Novembor, A. D 181, 

Unfinished business in Bleeoker, Coleman 
aud Murnoy Werds, Tuesday, 15th Novyom- 
bor, A. D, 1581, at which Court all untinish- 
od businoas will be heard and finally disposed 
of, 

Appeals only against tho asscssmont for 
1882 will be heard ot this Court, 

Of which all p reona oro required to take 


notice, 


Novom- 


By ordor of the Court, 
RK. NEWBERY, 
City Clork. 


Of the Court of Revision for the City of Belle- 
villo for the year 1882 will be the eamo as for 
the yoar 1581. 
Mombers of the Coort of Revision. 
Ald, St. Charles, Chairman; Meovsrs. Far- 
ley, Holden, Diamond, Lingham, Henderson, 
Frost 
Assessors for 1852 aro hereby notified to be 
in attendance. 


By order of tho Court, 
R. NEWBERY, 


JAMES Sr, CHARLES, City Clerk, 


CITY DRUG STORE 


ST. JACOB'S OL! 
JUST RECEIVED. 


&, TEMPLETON, 


Devceart 


THE KEY TO MZALTH. 


i) 


| buraock Boon 


Unlocks all the clogged avcnucs of the 
Bowels, Kidneys and Liver, carrying 
off gradually without weakening the system, 
all the impurities and foul humors of the 
secretions ; at the same time Corr 
Acidity of the Stomach, curing 
ousness, Dyspepsia, Headaches, Diz- 
ziness, eartburn, Constipation, 
Dryness of the Skin, Dropsy, Dim- 
ness of Vision, Jaundice, Salt Rhe 
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Fluttering 
the Heart, Nervousness and Gene! 
Debility ; all these and many other 

lar Complaints yield to the happy influence 
of BURDOC BLOOD BITTERS. 


Sample Bottles 10c; Regular size $L) 


For sale by all dealers. 
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TO THE FRONT AGAIN. 


THE OLD RELIABLE 


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FRESH OYSTERS ! 


_FOR SALE AT— 
J. S. CROTHERS* 


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wporpuny Po Aws Bed IDOsIT NOs Ovws Avur IT 
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yeAuy ory aro97 1c don 
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doy O20 QEXO Buoy Ayqpeod uv 


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Bo((oyi* 


TENDERS WANTED. 


f Pager for tho following sapplics for 
the Police Foroe : 


Irish Feicze Gyercoats and Wator- 
proof Capes, Boots, and 
Wintor Pants. 


For fatther partioulara apply to the Chiof 
of Police, 

Tondora received up to tho ith Novembor, 
| A.D, 1881, and to be addressed to the undor- 
signed, 


i. NEWBERRY, 
| Clerk to the Comminnioners, 
| Bolloville, Oot, 27, 1881, a 


NOVEMBER 4 


ran] 


ALES Ba 


“LIBHRALITY AIND SHOURITY. 


—— 0 | -— 


|The only Company in America issuing Unconditional | ity, and xs early 
Life Policies. 


TNC 1 Ee 2 Her 


—$_— 00: ———. 


LIFE and ACCIDENT ASSURANCE. 


——— ts 


Tuomas Workman, Exq., M. H. Gaur, Esq, M.P., R. Macavtay, (LIMITED,) 
l'resident Vivse-Presideat, Manage ren 
W. T. MoIN’ 1, GE , AG SLLE i as =e ae 
INTYRE, GEN Kal AGENT, BELLEVILLE 1881 arn ell oS 188 
ft «= Adame mt , 
ak. IT\UE Steamers of this Company will, from 3 
-- SB Petts) opening aa te Seavon, or further 
. CE. Gans: ; notice, run about as under ; ' 
hx om Fle Napanee and Deseronto Line, 2 
BELLEVILLE POST OFFICE By Steamer “Wiig.” 
3 , Leayo Napaneo at fam, 9am, 1,15 p.m 
Mares. Delwered. and4:15 p.m. Leave Descronto at 7,30 a.m, 
East por G, T. R., including Lonsdale, Marysville, Shannonville, a 7 TT am, 8,80 jaan aha 
Kingsford, and Maritimo Provinoos...... ++ eee cectecesee, 11:00am. 6:05pm. | Pleton, Weseronto, Helleville & " 
Frappe wane Oo. BE., Bloomfield, Consocon, Hillier & Mutray 9:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. , Tventon Line, 
f wa Cape Vincsnh . .cwpcavabderspsccecsscce redone 000 Th Ole 6:05 p.m. “ ” 
Wesr por G.T. 1, including Wostorn Statos and West’n Provinces} 5:00 pe 12,07 A= By Steamer “ Dexeronto. 
and\Plotons/ cetera. co. eee 5 fete aa + teveeeeseee $ 9:00 pm, 7:30 a.m, Teave Picton at 6 8. m., Thompson's 6,30 
SrincinG, Harold, Marmora, Spring Brook, Foxboro and Canif- Roblin’s 6.45, Heugh’s 7, Descronto 7,30 
borni——Daily ab oc swiians sis'i/disials albWails suscccacce Pa Se .. 7:00am.  5:00p.m. | Northport 8.15, Big Ieland 8,45, Belleville 10, 
Menie, Burabrac & Brinkworth, on Monday, Wednesday & Friday 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. | Redowrville 10:30, Arnye at Trenton 11 
WALLBRIDGE on Tuosday, Thursday, and Saturday ...+ss...... 7:00am, 5:00p.m. | a. m J, y 
RKDNRRSVILLR, Amoliasburg, Mountain View, Rossmore, daily,. 1:00 p.m, 10:00am, Leave Trenton at | p. m.,Ro Ineraville 1:30, 
tee and Coofton, Tu , Thureday, and Saturday,......, 1:00 p-m, 10:00am. | Belleville3, Big Island 3:45, Northport 4:30, 
Melville and Allisonville, Monday, Wodneaday, & Friday, -» 1:00pm. 10:00am. | Desorontc 5:30, Hongh’s 6, Roblin’s 6:15, 
Tyanhoo, Halloway, West Huntingdon, Foxboro, daily .... . 1:00pm. 12:00 noon, | Thompson's 6:20. Arrive at Picton 7:30jp. m. 
Manoo, per B; & NakUuR vdvvasabeus has | oars dane. Secon wt 1 too eo ge Thousand Island Line, viz.: Dese- 
Bupa ewarse, Roslin, Plainfield, Thomasburg, Tweed, Chapman, , roma mn e eect 
Canifton, daily ........ cece eens ae dol ipwer hore seveees 1:00 p.m, © 12-00 noon, BY STEAMER “ARMENIA. - 
Moira and Phillipston on Monday, Wodnesday, and Saturda: 1.00 p.m. 12:00 noon, |, Oo Tuesdays, Thursdays aod Saturdays will 
Stooo, Bogart, and Fuller, on Tuesday and Friday”............. 1:00 p.m. 120 noon. leave Deseronto at 5 a.m., calling at Picton at 
Sidney Crossing, Wednesday and Saturday........... ieccseevse 1:00pm. 10:00 a.m, | 6:45am, Bath 10,Amhoret Island 11, Kings 
Barris MA1xs closo as follows :—por Canadian linw (via Quebec) ton 12:30 p.m., Gananoque 2:30, Clayton 4, 
ovory Friday at..........000+ Pagani (cs ae snacnuelip ena cette OOUDTE ID. Alexandria Bay 5:30, Brockville 5. Prescott 9, 
Via Now York, Saturday and Monday......--++seresceesess 9:00 p.m. arriving at Ogdensburg tho same evening at 10. 
Postage. 5c. por 4 ox. by each route, Regintration foe, 5o, On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will 
Monxy Oxvuns granted on all Money Order offices in Canada, United States, Groat Mritain, leave Ogdens at 5 a.m., calling at Prescott 


For Austria, oe oR Denmark, Iceland, 
Great Britain and 


Islands, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey. 


For Aden, Argentine Confederation, 


4 oents for 4 oz. 


SUN 


LIFE INSURANGE GO’Y OF MONTREAL eiisz.cierc'stine 


P. 
Registered Lottors must be posted 20 minutes before the close of each mail, 
Office hours, 7,30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., Sundays excepted 
A FORBIGN POSTAGH. 
Canada having boon admitted into the Postal Union, there is a re-arrangementof Hostal 
rates, as follows: — 


reland, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg. Malta, Muntenogro 
Norway, Porsia, Portugal, Azores, Roumania, Russia, 
And via United States :—Bermadas, Bahamas, 
Cuba, Danish Colonics of St, Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, Jamaica, Japan, aud Forto Rioo, 
(Newfoundland is now in the Postal Union, but rates remain as before.) Letters, 5 cents por 
4 oz, Postal cards, 2 cents each. Newspenect 2 ota for4 ox. Registration fee, 6 cents. 
Colonies in Asis, Africa, Oceanioa and Amerioa, except St, Pierre and Miquelon, Persia, ria 
Peralan Gulf, Portuguese Colonies in Asia, Africa and Oceanioa, Trinidad, Spanis! 
in Africa, Ooeanioa and Amorioa, except Cuba and Porto Rioo, Straits suttlements in Singa- 
pore, Penang and Malaoca :—Letters, 10 cts. per 4 on. Post oarda, 4 ots. each, Nowspapers, 
Books &o,, 4 cents for4oz, Other Registration fees, 10 conta. 
Weat India Islands, via Halifax, same rate as formerly. tee by Was tn all cases 


nm | 


10 SUFFERERS —1¥E OREAT LHe 
MOP OR dR. SIMEON S APLEVFIG . 


Da, J. B. Simve Sreocimio Merniisn 


Abuse, as Nervous Debility, Leritability, 
| tal Anxioty, Languor, Lassitude, Depresalo 
Spirita and Functional Derangements of 
Marvads nynterm generally, Paina in back or 
| Lows of memor 
Premature Old 
Age and disease: 
that lead to Con 
mamption, Inaan- 


rave, or both, 
Ko matter how 
shattered thesys 
tem may be from excesses 


of any kind, a short 
course of this Medicine will restore the lost fane- 


cen. Pamphlets sent free to all. Write for 
| them and get fall particulars. 

Price, Specific Hi-00 per Lame or six racks 

~ on for 85,00, seat mall on recel 

about $1,000,000. of money. Address all ocders, 
NORTHRUP & LYMAN, 

Toronto, Wholesale Agents, 

Sold‘in Belleville by Jas. Clarke & Co, [daw 


The Deseronto NavigationCo, 


at 5:15, Brock 7, Alexandria niles 
lp.m., Kingston 


Clayton 11:15, ue 
3:30, Amherst land 425 Bath 5:30 Picton 
8 arriving at Deseronto the same evening at 


10. 
CONNECTIONS, f 


t, Franos, Alveria, Germany, Gibraltar, 
Notherlands, 
t. Pierre, Servia. Spain, the Canary 


ada Central wh 
Trunk Ry. and St. Lawrence & Ottawa 
way. Ogdensburg—With & 


Rome, Watertown & Railways, 

. i ©. GARTER. Msteewe 
General Offices, } i APES 

Deeeronto, 9th May, 1881 daw. 


econ May 1531}_a8 
é . 7 


British Gninos, Ceylon, Greenland, Frenoo 
h Colonies 


AM, 
Postmaster. 


is heroby given that the line of the Toronto 

and Ottawa Railway runs through the 
counties of Peterborough, Hastings ana Ad- 
dington, Viger of which and books of reference 
relating thereto have been fyled according to 


law. 
Dated 22nd Juno, A. D., 1881. 
J. CO, BAILEY, 
Chief Engineor T, & O. R’y. 
JOSEPH GRAY, 
Seo’y T, & O. |i'v. 58dlm 


Owners of Steam Boilers, 
NSURANCE against explosi ted on 
Dollors, Builfings and BMchivery; “and 
Boilors poriodically inspects |, by the 
GANADI\N STEAM USERS’ INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 
Sir Axx Campprut, President. 
Hon. Jorx MoMurnicn, Vice-President. 


Head office, 9 Victoria St,, Toronto, 


A. F, JONES, 
GEO, 0. ROBB, Seo, -Treas’r. 
Chief aay Be 
_ N.B,—Send for pamphlet and rates. 


SPECIAL NOTICE 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 


Drs. Williams and Nash 


May be consulted at the 
Branch Office of the Detroit Throat 
and Lung Institute, 
West Front St., over Ovecell’s store, opposite 
Glasgow Warehouse, 


BHDLLEVIDGE 


on all the various diseases of the 


HEAD, THROAT & CHEST, 


including tho EYE, EAR and HEART, 


The doctor will also attond to all 


Uhronic, Blood & Nervous Diseases 
All disoasos of tho et organs treat. 


y 
Medicated Inhalation, 
combined with proper canstitutional remo- 
dies. —Over 20,000 succes. fully troated at our 
héad office in Datroit since 1870. 

The vory best of references wees from all 
parts of Canada from those alroady cured, 
Romodies sont t6 all parts of Ontario, 

ConsuvraTion FREE. 

If possible call personally for an oxamination, 
othorwise writefor a List of Questions. Ad 
dress 

Dra, WILLIAMS & NASH, 
Belloville Ont, 


Raa 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, 


HE most comfortable and popular route 
ant and West (via Hamilton), to 
Panis, London, Kinoardino, Sarnia, and points 
in Wostorn Canada, : 
Dernort, Saginaw, and Michigan pointe. 
Ourcaao, St. Louis, Omaha, San Franciaco, 
and tho Woot. 
Manirona, Dakota, and tho groat North-weat 
‘Torritorica, 
BurvaAto, Rochestor, Boston, Now York, and 
the Teant. 

Blogant drawing-room and palace sree 
oars through (from Hamilton) to Dotroit, Chi- 
cago, Bouton and New York, without change. 

Dining oars run! rom Susponsion Bridge to 
Chicago, Grand Trunk and othor lines make 
close connections at Toronto, 


t dosirablo route, a ply to 

bs St -s T, DONNELLY, 
Ticket and Ins, ent 
322 Bolloville, 


Blook, opposite the Uppor Brid 
For Tiokots and nooossary information via | 79 


es ——— All Bills, Notos, Cheques, and other Doou. 

$72* week, $12 aday at home earily | ments binding on the pany, will require 
mado. Costly outfit tree, Address | the Proaiden' addition 

Tnux & Co. Avgueta, Maine, rely. prog CR an Tedite 


RESTORED. 
tsregeien Free, dee eas rasta 


bor on 
erat %& C0. 78 assau St... 


HASTINGS) 
LOAN AND INVESTMENT . OCIETY 
BELLEVILLE, ONT. 
JAPITAL. $250,000. 
Moxey TO LOAN on Farm or City prop- 


orty, at lowest current rates. 


Payments can be made to fall due at any} 
season of the year towuit borrowers, No de 
lay in obtaining the money beyond the time 
ee employed in the investigation of 
titles. 


Mortgages Purchased. 


o ssoltpe ku 01 


cS a 


vbe@ or 


Savings Bank Department. ie 
Four Per cunt interest allowed on Depos- ag 
its. No notice required of withdrawel. SH 
Orvick—Front Street, between City Hal ri 
and Bridge Street. Bec. 
ht loans at 7 t, No fin es 
as ae at 7 por con © fines Bz 4 
ee J, P. O, PHILLIPS, SEE . 
Sraretl os i HHNXSERSRRERRRS ENT EE 
aS GLOBE TOBACCO CO,, 
H Ald: 8 ; DETROIT, Micu,, and = WINDSOR, Owr 
alate o- < SSe 
GETA 
—_o——-__ 
{i Al Wrapping Paper, 
RENEWER' hare 
C Inks, , 
Has boon in constant Envelopes, 
use by the public La ii Stationery, &c- 


for over twenty yenrs, 
and Is the best preparation 


ever Invented for RESTOR- || 


Lazier’s Paper Store 


ING GRAY HAIR TO ITs State 
youTHruL cotor AnD || Assayer RORERTSON BLOCK 
‘ an | Se a 
LIFE. ; day at home. Sam- 
{| Chemist | | 5 T0 BQO Fire worth $5 tree. Ad- 
It supplies the natural of Mass, | tras Bereeon & Oo Portland, Maine, - 
food and color to the hair and 
glands without staining the |!) Jo. qin David B Robertson, 
skin, It wail increase and Physic * 
| thicken the growth of th ‘ > VING resign: rotaryshi 

hair, prevent Its iiavoh late clans | HY na See ateny ~ = 


and falling off, and thus | endorse will doyote his whole attention a Aer rrrid raotioo 


AVERT BALDNESS, and of his professlon tn all its branches. 
= recom- Orrice—No. 4 Post Office Blook, B idge 
It cures Itching, Erap- }j mend it Street, Belleville, 


Ont. 
N. B.=Mr. R. has been appointed 
hore of the Landed Banking sppetates 7 


tions and Dandram, Asal] asa 

HAL DIUUSSING it is very reat pany’ offering special yearly 
desirable, giving the hair a |i + fy mph Mey oi “jnterom to farmers, pies 
sliken softness which all]: 1 di. bought and sold 


ndmire, It keepa the head 
clean, aweet and healthy, 


A.G. NORTHRUP. 
Issuer of Marriage Licences, 


Ormrion, Sumas Hatt, Bacusvrius. 
Ootoher &  1RBer 
BURTON'S 


ALL HEALING TAR 
GLYCERINE SOAP 


Curos all Diseases of the SKIN 
Gin Man or Baast, Makes 


#7 Ask for BURTON'S 
Wholosalo by A. SAVAGE & SONS, 17 St, 
John Street, Montreal 


cine. 


‘ » . “te "~L. A yea 
sf > a Ry a 
GHA 

BUCKING HAMS DYE 

WHISKERS 
will change the beard to a BROWN or 
BLACK at discretion, Belng in one 
preparation tt fs easily applied, and 
produces ® permanent color that will 
not woieh off, 
PREPARED By 


R. P, HALL & CO, NASHUA, WH, 


Sold by all Dealors in Medicine, 


— i ————— 
Intellitgencer Printing and Pub- 
lishing Oompany (Limited). 

NOTICE. J, O, Tamunson Gro. E, Raxp, 
HOS, FULLER & Oo. h i Prealdent _ : 
S, . have removed thoir 


office from G. T, R, Depot to the Masonio 6 het Treasurer ls the onl wn lant 


po 6, Bollovillo, Isod to reoel 
TY. FULLER & Oo. | and a vossipie tor Week for th Oompany 


__STEAMSHIPS, 
Liverpool, Londonderry, and 
— . Glasgow, 


Ta {-olase Olyde-bailt iron steamships 
t Tbs Aven er Coarryta the Canadian 


and United Statos Mails,) will despatched 


> 


ry ye 
X 
zs 


as follows:— — 
iS SAILINGS FROM QUEBEO: 
> Wi jet aoe, rae 20th, Oot. 
OE INLAN, Bay tale qocngee Oth. Noy, 
L PARISIAN, aes 12h i 
. (PERUVIAN, OS Seles 


p Retara Tickets at reduced 
aro 


__ gond for their friends can 
- ortificatos at lowest rates from 
ad or Scotland, to any place in 


mechan ce 
Teele panes at Quebeo with 
a, Mall Steamer. 


~~ he leave Bolleyillo 
Piz vongets ead also Teave by the midnight 
fis; rein the den: 


train on Fridays, an 
4 Fo 


=} 


_“VARUNA, 


, CAPTALN, 


THE STEAMER” HERO, 


lo, May 6, 1881. 


a sealed envelope, only 6 cents, 

Z secthoepie hid “ad ilrdbt 
-Reaay, clearly demonstrates, from : 

_ ecomataly practlce, Abst 

| Tee ay hier y oured without the 


1 ferna modicino or the 
. aton of ? 
) if rae tig a mode 


bf may ouro himrel 


8 This Lecture should pe In the hands of 
‘youth and every man In the land, 


THE CULVER WELL MEDIOAL CO, 


? 41 # 
Pot Office box Ann 8+. pS 


RIVER SIDE MEAT MARKET. 
a oft constantly on ia 
aad W. H. GEARY, 


RUPTURE 
Chas. Cluthe’s 
Pat Spiral Truss 


‘ atts 
You ovnx oy Borrons. 


ENTIRELY NEW PRINCIPLE 


under the 
Nang air andor sana nae 
van! If you are aap tapes nase by 


Rorross 

ras. Olathe, Boat Informahion Of 8 gh 
v! ; 

atady. Nataral maceniesl yer eo MEO 


years’ ma’ bP 
mado master 
load 4 Will visit as follows, Come carly 


Don't wait for the last hour, 
Hamilton. CHAS OLUTHE. 
laa 1184 King St. West, Toronto; Ont, 


WILL Visit 


/TERROROUGH, Choat House,Oct. 6th, 
Ce EEVILEE, Anglo-American Hotol, 
Oot. 7th and Sth. Ais 


ML .d a 
VRAVATE MONEY TO LOAN, 
P ivate Moosy ab 8 po 
23000 id ‘barges iyi No Com- 
nisin RTURAON & PETERGON, 


&,, 
; falleville nA Mado, 
Apr 1s, 1880 ; dhe 


LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS ESSENTIAL —LIBERALITY IN THINGS NOT ESSENTIAL—OHARITY IN ALL 


— ————_——— 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1881. 


QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY, LOOK FOR THE 


GIANT SIGN! 


OAK HALL, 
CLOTHING HOUSE, 


GIANT CLOTHIERS, 
334 FRONT ST.,, 


BELLA VILOE. 
DON’T FAL TO SEE OUR 


IMMENSE FALL STOCK, 


50 Cases of Clothing and Fur- 
nishings, Just to Hand. 


Union Tweed, Soot h 
Twoed, Wool Tweed, 
Fanoy Tweed, Cana- 
dian Tweed, Worsted 


. Business Directory. 
SUMMER SERVICE. Business iver —_ Of Livorpool and London, 
T FIRE AND LIFE. 


$10,000,000 


John J. B. Fiint, 
NY OLICITOR for Bank of Commerce, 
Campbell Street, ] 
rate: No charges for commission, 
ie ast Pe EN : 


Dougall & Falkinor, 


ISTERS aad Attornoys, 
ane "Olfice—Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 


Campbell St, Bolloville, Outarto, 
A. R. Doveats, Q O. 


William §. Ponton, M.A. 


ARRISTER, Attornoy, Solicitor in Chan- 
Convoyanoor, &o. Offine, No. 3, Post 
look, Belleville, Loans negotiated. 


Edward G. Ponton, 
BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. 
Office in Gordon Blook, Front St. 
Monsy to loan at lowest ratos 

sum of private funda on hand at six por 
straight loan, no commission, Ad 


via Hi Vr Se 
W. J. GIBSON, B.A, M.D., O.M. 
TE House Surgeon of Kingaton General 
Hospital. Bieante of Gorm aS 
* ian, eon, Accoucher. 
sity. Physic arg Ae 


Monoy to loan at lowest 


alt, Psi chants to train young morchanta? or w faculty | trations wore & 
Diihy Mutelliqeucer, of unsuccersful Jaw yors to traiu young red Mhoreforo, my “bro within Ween 


THIS I8 THE NIG HT WHEN IM UST seminaries cuta map, and olip him, and | subject,and tho one is a Bible illustration and 
DIE. 


OES a gonoral Insurance Business, and 
vea as undoubted soourity, and lasuros 
ow rates as aoy othor first 


FORRES & MUDGE, 
Montroal, Chief Agonts for Canada, 
RR. NEWBERY, 

Agont for Bolloville 


Good News for the Multitude. 


GHOICE FLOUR VERY CHEAP. 


HE Guolph Patent Process Flouriog Mille 
will open a Kotail Store in the 


Masonic Block, Bolleville, 


opposite the Uppor Bridge. 
Thoso mills aro situatod {n tho bost wheat 
wing section of Ontario, and four mado in 
m cannot be surpassed, if equaled, in Van- 


A. 

All salos guaranteod to give ontiro sstiafao- 
x than any equal- 
y asamplo lot and 


From the Avéobiography of Mark Rutherford, out of him and ho is only a poor copy of a man 
This ie the night when I must die, 
And great Orion walketh high 
In ailemt glory overhead ; 

Ho'll set just after I am dead. 


N. B, FALKINER. | pasys 


ee 


Orion walketh o'er the wave ; 


. rane how to preach. at ; ’ f : 
A week this night, I'm in my grave; a meoting of the General | caro of God's children, a bird 
; Assomb y of the Presbyterian Church of the said, ‘‘ Behold the ravens,” i nae 
Down in the dark damp earth T lle, Whited States, a clergyman accustomed on | down into the valley, all covered at that om 2 


While he doth merch in majesty, 


“A few weeks hence and spring will come; | that would hold fifteen hundred was appoint. | what in the use of o 
The earth will bright array 
Of daisy and of primrose bright, 


* You'll soon forget that you could play enter into the wants, and the woes 
Beethoven ; let us hear a strain p. 
rom that slow smovemont once again.’ 


** And roshe'll play that melody, 
While I among the worms do !'o; 
7 Dead to them all 
J, E. Eakios, M. D, Tho churchyo=d cf 
RADUATE of Toronto University, Licen- 
tiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, 

and Licentiate of the Royal College of Physic- 
inns, Edinburgh. Office and residence cornor 
Hote! and Church Streets, Belleville. 


A. W. PONTON, 


ROVINOGIAL LAND SURVEYOR, Belle- 
Office in the Gordon Block, near- 
8 


Man ini Shris' 

jens head. ‘DY ® minister has preached Christ and | down through the treatle- 

By) Geass Cremer Him cravified in euch a way that he preached | she could foward, the eget ‘ally 
down to two hun- : (5 


“*T once did think there might be mine au audienoo of tiye hundre 
One fitendship perfect and divite; 
Alas | that dream dissolved in tears 
Before I'd counted twenty yoara. 


ly good flour an 
roo what good flour is, 


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S TRADE MANUAL—Prao- 


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fall, reliable and cheap.—Lainter, 50ots. Car- 
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ture and Cabinet Finisher, 50. 
and Sconrer, 50, 
Caridymaker, 50. Soapmaker, 25, 
Horsoshoer, 25. 


Oak Hal 


MEN'S SUITS, 


Oak Hall 


BOYS’ SUITS. 


Cutvpren’s Surrs, 


Oak Hall 


Men’s Ovencoats, 


Oak Hall Boaver, Naps, eed 


Yourn’s Ove rcoats, 


Oak Hall Naps and Tweods, 


Mern’s ULsTeRs, 


Oak Hall Napa and Tweods, 


Yourn’s Unsrers, 


Oak Hall Naps and Tweeds, 


Boys’ Utsrers. 


Oak Hall Grey ond Blue Naps. 


CarLpaen’s ULsrers, 


Oak Hall ” 
Oak Hall 
Oak Hall 


Fut Crorn Pants, 


Oak Hall 


New Corn Surrs, 


‘Tor I was ever commonplace ; 

Of genius never hada trace; 

My thoughts the world have never fed, 
Mere echoes of the book last read. 


Union Tweed, Cans- 


Tweed, Fancy Tweed, “Those whom I knew I cannot blame ; 


If they are cold, I am the same; 
How could they ever show to me 
More then a common courtesy ? 


BELL & BIGGAR, 


ARRISTERS, Attornoys, &o. Or¥ices— 
Corner of Bridgo and Front Streets, 


W. H. Braoar. 


B 


Belleville, Ontario. 
Joux Burr, Q. 0, 
BLAIR & HOUGH, 


ARRISTERS, &o,, offices No. 4 Ashley 
Block,over Canadian Bank of Comnierce; 


J. STANLEY HOUGH. 
2 at 7 per cent, 


athorship, 60, Wood- 
ver, 250, Of booksellers, or by mail, 
JESSE HANEY & Oo, 119 Nassau St.,N.Y, 


VINEGAR, - 
VINEGAR. 


‘There is'no deed which T have done, for the kitchen, a Christ for the barn,a Christ roadside, dismounted, helped the old man on 
There is no love which I have won, 
To make them fora moment 


grieve for the factory, a Christ for the banking- | away.” Tho old man got away, but the mail- 


Black Beaver, That I this n’ght their easth must leave.” | houso, a Christ for the Congroezicnsl as | carricr perished. Just like Christ dismount- 


Boaver, Fine Disgonal, 
Scotch Tweed, Suapor- 


fiae Diagonal, Fall Thus, moaning at the break of day, 


A man upon his death.! ed lay 
A moment more and all was st 
The Morning Star came o’er the hill, clear back in the home circle with 


Front St. Belleville. 
' F HUGH BLAIR, 
: = 4 N. B.—Private money to 


Ropvertson & Thomas, _ 
ARRISTERS, .&0. __ Office—Robortson 
Blook, east side of Front Street, Bollo- 


But when the dawn lay on his face, 
It kindled an immortal grace; 

As if in death that Life were shown 
Which lives not in the great alone, 


Orion sank down in the west 
Just as he sank into his rest; 
I closed in solitude his eyes, 7 
And watched him till the sun’s,uprise. velopment. Phrenologice'ly, language is 


Detaney & Ostrom, 
PRAPRStERe, Attornoys, oto., 


PICKLING USE. 


Poterson & Peterson, 


~AArRiva AT nm lAenanman | risway to the front, and he will’ take hi 
TABERNAGLE SERMONS. | pt*song is Sssotis tea te stre, 


English Malt Vinegar, 
French Wine Vinegar, 


Discourse by Rev.T. De Witt Tal-| +t. West Point. We shall seo him yet a| one dead instantly, andthe other had beén 


Branch office 0’F! 


‘a Black, Madoo, 
A.M, Perarsonx,B.A. O,W. Persrson,B. A. 


OHUROH ATTENDANOM— |itir eit et oie mace ates ge | ea 


aod Hudson Bays, 


Charlton’s Vinegar, 
PURE CIDER VINEGAR. 


pairs in every grade 


&o., Post Office Blook, 
treet, eville. color and style, 


Not forsaking the assembling of ourselyes to- | very well. He has never had very good di- 
gether,—Hebrews, x. 25. 
statoments hayo been made in| spleen is enlarged. Hehas a morbid way of | with electrioity ? 
many of the pulpits and inzome of the re- looking at things. He will sit for hours look- 


WALLBRIDCE & CLARKE, 


Groczrs axp W: 
July 27th, 1881. 
THE GREATEST 


WONDER OF MODERN TIMES. 


John J, Farley, n.D. 
FFICE and Residence,—Front Street, 
ovor Carmichasl’s Drug Store, 


Dr. &, James 
AS removed his office to his residonoo, 
Ohuroh Street, near the Kingston 


G 


mati on retarn for 
ving Belleville at 4:30 | No™, 


nd | Mxmonth wes. Plaio Greys and 
& 39 Bridge Street 


O 


Plain Greys and 


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UATE of Quoon’s University, snd 
member of the College of Ph: 
of Ontario. Ovrice—In 
West Front Stroct, 
05 itute, Belleville. 


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More churches, 


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all Wool, Canadiaa 


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Oak Hall ° 
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Factory Knit, 
Merino, : otton, !amb’s 


Oak Hall’ 
Frawnen Surre, 

Oak Hal 

Oak Ha 


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Joux D, 
P.L.8.,0. BE. & A. 


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U. E THOMPSON, 


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Union, Blues, Greys, 
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and sold at 1s. 14d., “s. 91, 4s. 6d., 1ls,, 226 
33s. each Box and Pot, and in Canada at 
36 cents, 90 cents, and $1 50 cents, and the 
largor sizes in proportion. 

s®CAUTION,—I havo no Agent in the 
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there, Purchasers should thorefore look to 
the Label on tho Pota and Boxes. 
droas is not 533, Oxford Street, London, thoy 


The Trade Marks of my said Medicines are 
registered in Ottawa, and also at Washington 


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Vministry, end forthe warning of | thoughts together, and on Sanday morning England how 
all other prosperous churches as to} Wonder that thetheme of Christ and Him a4 
what aro the oauses of decline in any case, If] crucified does not bring a large audience and | ought to be Mayor-of this citys 
merchandiee crowd out a church, that cannot | on Monday eit down and write jeromiads for | draw His illuatrations from hive ta caly One 
be helped, but undor all other circumstances | the religious newspapers about tho decadence | the State of Now Yor for tho live churches 
decadence in charch attendance is tho fault | of church attendaoce! Pooplo will not go to | thing to do, and that i and.take tho vitios, 
either of the church or of the pastor, Church-| church merely a8 a matt:rof duty, ‘Ihete | of Amorica jaat os srolding about nothing, 
os are cleared ef their audiences by the attempt | Wi"! not next Sabbath bo a thousand people } nothing, 
to transplant the modes and mothods of the | in Brooklyn who will get up in tho morning | worryip 
‘The modes and moth-| and ssy, ‘Tho Bible says I must go to | tho omy 
ods of fifty years ago aro no more appropriate | church ; it is my duty to go tochuroh ; theres 
for to day than the modes and mothods of to. | fore I will go to church” Tho vast multi- 
dap will be appropriate for filty yeara henoo, tude of people who go to church go to churoh | © 
Dr. Maron, Dr. Do. | because they likeft, and tho multitude of peo 
Witt, Dr. Vermilyoa, and hundreds of othor ple who stay away from chursh ftay away 
mon just as good as thoy wore nover lacked because they do not like it. I am not «pos 
audiences, because they wero abreast of the | ing about tho way the world ought to be; 
People will not be | am sponking atcut tho way the world cd K 
intorested in what wo ray unless we under- | Taking things as tt oy arc, we mut mako he | high time that the oliurch God atopped 
stand the spirit of the day in which wo livo, | contripetal force of the church mis 
All the woo:begonish statistics are given by | the centrifugal, Wo must make oure 
those who are trying in our timo to work tho | magacts to draw the poo? 
worn-out machinery of the past times. Sach | aman will feel uneasy, if T had gone 
mon might jast rs well throw the furnacos | church, saying: ay wan n't droas yet and 
out of cur church baremont, aod substitute | morning. I wonder, if 11 o'clock ; now they 
the foot-stoves which our grand-mothers usod | get there in time 
to carry with thom to mooting, and throw out | are singing: 
our organs and our cornots, aud tako tho old. | are proaohings © what was sald, wh 
fashioned tuning-fork, atrikiog it on tho knee | be home f toll m 

and thon liftiog it to tho oar, to catch tho| boon BOK OM 1 ches aro by architecture, 
pitch of the hymn; and might as woll throw | firmed 


7 ; 
tal, London, England, 
roatand Far Hos: ital 
317 Church Stroet Toronto, will visit Relle- 
ville, profossionslly, on Saturday, Deo, 10sh. 


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OAK HALL, 


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CITY BILL POSTER 


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Price of Tea 60, 70 & 80 cts. 
Per Pound, 


Itiw not necessary to purcliase the threo 
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Call and soo our splendid sasortment of 
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Bookseller & Stationer, Bridgo St, 
Agont for Bellovitle. 


YSTERS, 
OYSTERS, 


and substitute the winegless pulpit, u joh | the as many ; “ - ing else, but go right 
tho minister used to climb to wares height rit aan oa ara and then they will not | God be devoted to nothing else, gor 


you oan got the great masses of tho poople te must put m 


ing death losse: 7 oot! 
ge ® and oxponnes, to Baffelo in itm +3 068, aod more vive iby, if wo want the people at ee es aad como by the banks of thoriver 


og by tho required socurity with 
nt, all tho surplus goos to the 
oh this yoar amounts to nearly 


No asseavmonte with thi 
as the business in on « cash bain, : 


REM HMB HE 


That a Policy in this Company 
is an Investment 
Exompt from Taxes, 


5 A Yh ed | had done, 
ight hours, | *? oomnomraation of Christians, First yoo | 4# cea eriil soakes, and no. army. ad 


bach: ny and 
thot you can pot the grost nen eho Poole | SAY rind tho mon of 1wrge common he Jo, (mo man hd dared to goscroe tha arpentsin: 


thon you can get tho 
to go toachuroh he 
time, Tho treabte beb 
thoologion] yeminario# 
largor provision 
religion, for tho 
firm who have wora 
soryice of God, 
soldiors' asyluma for men 
and cos for our country 
become aged or orip 
that largor provision 
roldiora of Josus Olir 
solvos oub in battling 
of provision in that F 
to turn our thoologioa 


ins away back a tho piety of thot 


‘135d6m 


and Bad Debts, 


. BURROWS ia Gonoral Agont for this 
district, and F, 
Tho'r office is in tho Ashley Blook, Front 
Street, Belleville. 

a¥AGENTS WANTED on Salary 


{a o rhame dooadonor in stsgoant, But I aay and tho army of Moses marched right on and 
’ ya ir nay to & . Meh} . 
lo for oN ea st perl worker, to a'l Sunday sohool toachs | camo #0 tinexpoctodly on the Bthiopians that 361 FRONT STREBT 


havo abot} lack | ore, 


kon a tondenoy 
ries into hosp! 


mini 
iofirm ivo him simp 


© Ordorn by Post Office orP 
will bo promptly attended to, 


ST. LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL 


HIS Hotel has been recent! 

Haewnr Hogan, the f 
bas handsomely and ay 
and renoyated the interior, a 
ted the whole of the apartm, 


HOTEL FOR SALE. 


‘PAE Hotel known as tho Roslin Hotel, 

altuatod In tho vill 

ia about an sore of land, with thirty fralt 

trees, in connection with tho Hotel. 

roporty {s known to be ono of the boat stands 
lor » hotel In the County, 

Vor torms and 


owne the prom 
px tos, G, DOCKSTADER, 


THE CITY BAKERY, 


4 prcfensorate In some 

There are grand ex0oP 
it iv otten the caso th 
theological seminary 
minieter of the goap 
proach himaolf, is se 


yY rotaken by Mr, 
Ormer proprietor, who 
Printely decorated 
nd oom slotely rofit 

ente with new furt 
‘ly altuated, betng 
sand oontieuons to 


JAS. WALLACE. 


Sopt. 20th, 1891, 


AGENT 


spoaker in the faoul 
We want more 
ablo bodied, able minded men, 
thusiastio men in 
In the professorator, 


artloulars, apply to tho 


in the yory heart of the olt 
oat Office, the princ 
x8, law courts 
changes, rallway and tologray 


Wanted. Big Pay. Light 
Oonstant employ 
ment, No capital required 
Jauus Lan & Oo,, Montreal, Queheo, 


» COmmerolal ox 


Roslin, May 17, 1881, 


— KK 


weak toach young mon tho thoory of preach. | a d small gates,fromac vat: brow 

ing, and then on Sabbath go into tho pulpit | eye, from vest ta the Peat pera et Amor ee r ‘ 
and with tho thunder avd lightning of Chria- | mustard seed, from a fishing-not from debt 
tian oloquonco show thom how. What would |ors and creditors, That in’ the reason 
you think of a faculty of unsuoccossfal mer- | multitudes followed Christ. Hie illustra. 


or Christien worker, if 


yors? It is often the caso that thoological | you and J tiod two illustrations for aroligious 


ejuare him, aud mold him, and bore hi 1d} the othor i i i i 
twist him until all the fodividaality Hay tar, ‘Deosove T Wane Let ae eae 


lattor, becauno I want to be like my Master, 


Looking across to » hill, i i 
who was olooted to a professorship bacauso | of Jerusalem. Talkin ees gh 


he could not preash, Wo want less dead |tho conapiculty of hristi 

pee: the theological ponies and moro | enid ; “the world is looking at von ine 
& evangels. eclare that aman who|ful. A city thati j 

Cannot preach himself cann.t teach othors Wille he pres soecki nay camnotarbe 


aro the best and pu 
» and ia: f 
hid.” Whilo ho was speaking of the divine |2*™e# Clark & Co, 


the Sabbath to preaoh to an audience of two| son with flowers, H said, ‘* i 
or three hundred po. plo in an audience-room | lilies ” Oh! my eaihier Ce ag ao Ny 
’ 


ur goin; . 
to preach a sermon on how to reach the | obscure part of history, or.on the. prt aide 


; masses! I amtold thoincongruity was tov | of tho oarth, to i i as sour ato 
And overything which loves the light, much for tho ristbilities of the © ph in the carth and the evens are fall athens Convene, Palpltato 
fe re audience, Now, ® young’ man coming out | not three minutes old ? Why should we go| arm, Water Paving 
nd some one to my child will say, from euch boiwarliny inflacnces, how can ho away off to got an illustration of the vicacloes rom at tho pit «f th mach, i 
, and tho | suffering of Josus Christ,when onl last week . and : : 


sympathica of poople who want on the Sabbath | at Bloomfield, N. J., onl 

® practical gospel that will keep them all the | from here, two little chi Ales vhisiepetre 9 

Wook and holp them foreyer? Youvg minis- | on tho railtrack and a train was coming, but 
: ra aro told thoy must preach Ohrist and | they wore ona bridge of the trostlo-work and 
Lim orucified. Yes,but not as an abstraction, | the little girl took her brother and let ‘him 


ted T: 

i, coming of 
tke. Go 

Co., and got 


and lovingly and cautiousl H person look 
dred, and from two hundred to ono hundred, | not be burt in the fall man ta She leek 

and from one hundrod to fifty, aad from fifty =. by those who wero stan ing near by 
to twenty, and on down till’ there was but | While doing that the train strack her, and 
little loft savo the eexton, who was paid to | hardly enough of her body was lett to gather 
stay until the service was over and then lock | into a funoral casket, hat was that? Vi- 
ap !- Thore was agreat deal of cant sbout| carious suffering. Like Christ, Pang for 
Christ and Him crucified. Itis not Christ | others. Woe for others, Suffering for others. 
and Him c:ucified as an abstraction, but as an | Death for others, Whatisthe uso of our 
omnipote \ sympathy applied to ell the wants | going away off to find an Illustration in past 
and woes of our imniortsl! oature—a Christ | ages, when four or five weeks ago, in Michi- 
who will help us every domestio, social, tinan- | gan, a mail osrrier on horseback, riding on 
cial, political, national struggle—a Christ for | pursued by those flames which had swept 
the parlor, a Christ for the nursery, a Christ | over a hundred miles, saw an old man by the 


invention, 
ALEXANDER CLAD o 


Resrect.—The G 
mand and should 
Grey Hairs of you ; 
—in Sold ty A, ing Ci ales 
er. So . L. Ge 
cents per bottle, roma 


for tho street, a Christ for the store, a Chriat | the horse, saying, ‘Now, whip up and get 


sombly. a Uhrist fo- the court room, a | ing from the glories of heaven to put us on 
Christ for every trial, acd every emor- | the way of deliverance, then falling back into 
genoy, and every porturbation, It is often | the flames of sacrifice for others. Pang for 
tho case that ths difficulty begins | others. Woe for others, Death for others, 

: | I misappre | Vicarious suffering. What is the use of oar 
hension as to which child ought to be conse- | going away off in ancient history to find sn 
crated to the ministry. John is a keon, | illustration of the fact that it is dan- 
bright boy, Ho is good at abargrio. SVhen | gerous to defy God, when last summer, in tho 
he trades at school he always gets the best | Adirondacks, I saw a fissh of lightning and 
of it. Make hima merchant. He wil! soon | bolt so vivid I anid, “‘ That struck somsthing 
gathcra fortune, and go right up to take | very near.” A few hours afterward we found 
his place smong the Grinnels and the | that two farmers that Monday ing had 
Lawrences, George hr great cerebral de- | beon seated under atree, the one boasting 

how that, on the day before, on the Sabbat 

large. Make hima lawyer. He will argue | he had got his hay in, and so chested the 
Lord out of that part of the time, aayhow, 
and both of them laughing oyer the achieve- 
en as lat ment by which they fad wronged the Lord 
military in hie step and bearing. Send him | of His Holy day, when the lightning struck 


brigadior-genere|. William ia fond of sketch- | two weeks ia bed when we left Adirondacks, 
ing, especially of sketching ships, aud ho | and has become an invalid, I suppore, for life, 


this pcpular article, 


that he builds will siccessfully wrestle | tration for my soul because I met tho clergy- ideavol thaw : 
= 


gestion, Since that last malarial attack his | the man who had bossa aeeayed wea black 


itis averred over and | ing at one figure in the t. the ‘and brea\ 
over again that church attendance in America a tried ‘TEA i eae 
is in decadence, Ideny the statement by ea K a Get five cent 
piesonting somo hard facty, No one will d'v- | @ minister! Now, my friends, that isa great | Cookham. eee 
pute the fact that there are moe churches in| mistake, If you want to consecrate one of | imperial 


Amorica than ever before, one denominstion | your cons to the gospel ministry, take the one | Js it any ££ 
averaging a new church bu''t every day of | widest awake, the brawniest, the most bril- 
The law of demand and supply is 
as inexorable in the kingdom of God as itis in 8 wor } ] ‘ 
the world. Most churches supplied argues | Whose one object is te lift the nations toward | working 
more church privileges demanded. More | God, and prepsre them for heaven Ah! my waa 4 
banks, more bankers, More factories, more | friends, churches will be largely attended just when in hislost moment he cried: *‘I am 
manufacturers, More ships, more importers, | ia proportion as we ministers can meet their | *Weeping through the gates, washed in tho 
more attendants, I have| wants, meet their sufferings, meet their be- blood of the Lamb !” What is the use of go- 
known these two cities for thirty years, and | reavements, and mect their sympathics, If | ing away off to get an illustration, when on 
néver so many people attended the churches | there bo a church with small help, small aud- 
It is so in Boston, itis go in Ohi-|1ence; medium help, medium audience; | Br J 
cogo, it is zo in all the great contres whero I | Jarge help, large audience, If there bea fa-| said: ** Mr, Telmage, heaven used to be to 
have knowledge of the facts. How is it in our | mine in a city and three depots of bread, avd | me a great way off, but it now is just at the 
ithin a few years, tho Baptist | one depot have a hundred loaves, and an- foot of the bed?” What is tho use of our go- 
and Methodist churches on Hanson place en- | other depot tive hundred loaves, and another | ing away off to get i'lustration, when all 
Isrged to almost double their original size ;| ten thousand loaves, the depot that has a | Wales, when I was there two years ago, was: 
Lafayette Avenue Preabyterian Church built; | hundred losyos will bav applicants, the depot filled with the story of thedying experiences 
Claeson Avenue Presbyterian Church built ;| that has five hundred loayes will have far | of Freaces Ridley Havergal? She got her 
Central Congregational Church built; St. | more applicants, the depot that has ten thou- 
John’s Mothodist Episcopal Church built— | sand loavoe, throngs, throngs, thronge. Oh} J Mie of boys 
any one of these immense structures Jargo| my brethren in the Christian ministry—and | and mep, went home with a chill, and oon- 
enough to swallow up two or three of the old | I see mrny before me to day—my brethren in 
I say nothing of our own | tho oan miley, we mins ponenow eet 
with what | our shoulder under the burdenof the , 0 r 
kind of arithmetic and slate-pencil a man | on the Sabbath, and give them one Heng am going?’ ‘‘Yes.” ‘* To-day ?”. “Probably.” 
calculates when he comes to the conolusion| lift, and we cando it. We havo it all: our|Shessid: ‘Beautiful, splendid to be so 
that church attendance in America is in de- | own way: It it a great pity if with = floor | nesr tho gate of heaven!’ Thon after a 
Take the aggregate of the number | clearand no interruption we cannot duriog ‘ dd 2 fll 
ane house of God now, | the couree of an hour got our hymp, or our and said, “ There now; it is all over— lessed | Ze the dissolvi. ne J23 
and compare it with the aggregato of the peo- | Prayer, or our sermon under such momentum | rest.” Then she tried towing, and she struck pe Ale pstanty 
ple who entered tho house of God twenty-five | we can lift the people, body, mind, and son), | one glad note, high note o Praise to Christ, | 7: of DYS. ID 
years ago, and the present attendan’s is four| clear out of their eins, temptations and but could sing only one word, “He,” and then 
The facts are most exhilarating in- 
stead of being depressing. That man who| often empties the churches of auditors Hear 
presents the opposite statistics must have | cra that aro intelligent through reading nows- 
been moat unfortunate jn his church acquain- | P ; 1 
You are not to argue adversely be- | circles wil! not on the Sabbath sit and listen 
cauee here and there a church is depleted. | to platitados. Hoarera will not como to _sor- 
Churches have their day, Sometimes mer- | mons which have iu them no fe ts, no infor. ! u 
chandise will entirely occupy a neighbor: hood | mation, no stirring power, no adaptation, no | Songs, freshen up in our freshen up in 
and crowd out the churches and the families | fire. The pew will not listen to the pulpit | our consecration, and if we do it, my brethren 
inari nt upon them. ometim , 
aaa petiuhau Waieegh iiterdbee strife, discussion, the pulpit knows more than tho | people to come to church, than tf you throw d 
Bat these are no facts to overthrow the atate- | pew. Ministyrial lsziness has cleared ont | corn on the ground you have to coax pigeous | Cole system. — 
ment that I have made in regard to the in-| many churches. Such ministera saunter | to come and eat it, no more than you would| Cut ‘out 
See econ eyag reper Ane of pastoral visitation, and go gadding about | throw in his manger. Yar, wo must on 
gent man will admit, ‘that thero are churches | through the village or the city on errands of | up in our Sunday schools, and in our prayer: 
which have been depleted and it is high | complete nothingness, and wrap their brains 


time that a sermon be preached for the] around » cigar ond smcke them up, and then | on carth to-day, do you suppose Ho woul ATA 
bonefit of young men who aro just entering | n Saturday afternoon put a few craio deal with dry didactios ? No; OPEN AL 
Wy 
\ 


fhursday night, ina house on Third avenue, 
Brooklyn, I raw woman dyivg, and she 


feet wet standing on the ground preaching 
‘temperance and the gospel to 


_— set jo, and they told her she was very| “ sos 
gerously sick, ‘‘I thought so,” she said, 
“but it is really too good to be true that I 


spasm of pain sho nestled down ia the pillows | Apparatus 2nd iF; 


and the TORPID Ly 
ubles. Ithink that ministerial laziness | oll was still Sho ficiehed it in heaven. Oh!| Zopesa an ovory Ga, 

ots fellow-Christian workers, what is the use ot | Overy house. | 
our being stale and obsolete and ancient when It acts gen 
allaround usare these evidences of God's} Biliousness, 
grace, God's deliverance, God's mercy, and| ache, Sick & 
God’s wisdom! We have got to freshenup| ‘o> Uotin Ci | 
—freehen up ia our sermons, freshen up in our| Hoartdur 


papers, and by active r-sociation in business 


unless, at lertt on tho subject that day uader | #nd +isters, we willno more have to coax 


ae Bowols, an 


around from parlor t> parlor undor the name | have to coax a tired horse to eat the oats you: - ‘ands 


meotings, andin our pulpits. If Obrist were : 
BI) 
— 


al 
[ef # 
hy 


the year 18S] and 


direct from the Loxpox, PA 
York Emporiums of ‘Fasbion , 

WE with GF i unc 
he 5 te - 


Thursday, Sopte 


half-dozen hallelujabs in it d 
ohuroh of God atop its apologotio air. It is 


writing apologies for Christianity. Let the 


thereunto, 60 
Os docs not g 


Ibis 


Ie is half-past 


eleven j Dow they Pundred thousand people of Brooklyn whe do | pattern Hats aud Bone 
T wondor when tho fol 


ko will | want it, and to the forty millions of America 
‘at has | who do wantit, Itis high timo wo stop 
skirmishing and bring on @ general engage- 
ment, I want to live to seo the Armageddon, 
isli { by sermon mato | all tho armions of heaven and hell in Lees 
by sooislity, aa ot earth, then wo | ray, for I know our Conqucrer on tho . i : 
vay oharohes as wo havo | houto willgain the day, Lot the church o 


* When the impreaaion ts con: oat hion SHRTS petra] naeecena 


Fashionable Dress pod 


_R. costeu 


THE 


“ROUT 


that our © 


sid, . 
Fexoat ‘attractive p 


. to thins conquest. : 
pee. Xuay to, the oP When Mosoa with his army wer trying to 


Othopli rofano history says 
ait saat he would go in a round. 


h tet 
Whon | belf nooommodate | qntoring tho ministry, wo 


oung men ie enoray into tho roligious sorvi- 


< 


You look into a churoh o urt of beoauso tho atraight route 


My duce 
the { earnest look, |The , it | fested region, But Moses surprised them. Ho 
y erat 3 Be Ties sox avnt his te out to gather up ibisea, Tho 
ibieis a bird oc lobratod for worpont-alaying, and 


alify thom for thoir work, 
IY dad ia overy church court of overy do- 


land thoin-|¥ =. Up o ho utterly amazo | theao ibises wore gathored into crates and into , . 
ont in the nominarietact that ae Et ealllby oan | barkets, and they wero carried at ee head cf ti * 
lume and yey ay pulpite #0 proach in | These are = or) stad of represent pn teal tan a A] Q ¢ 
t ant $ t ps ofested regio a 
0 Ben have | mon who ive forloro statiotios about churo the ibises tlow forth, and the way was oloared CHO N’S; 


Frogs ever croak in runnin 


ety, to ell mipiate in wild dismay, Oh ! church of God, 

to ell ovangoliot tora of the iby fate Ga earch rf a round abaal. way 
Bue to go atraight forward, depending upon 
athor tho people, wo muat froshen up, The A influgnosa to clear tho way  Loats 
Jo {not is, tho beclee aro tired of the hum- | of tho living God, march on; March on! 
{réligionists. Religions hamdrum is | Church attendance largo now, 18 going to be 


voppol, iL wo want our Sanday-rot vole, and 
ey prayor-moot'ogs, and our oharchos to 


BELLEVILLE. 
Oot, 1 81. 13m 


YOUNG & BROTHER, 


ators. |B 


drum ° 


f ; : , T ft in over 
soltation, ret of all humdiam, You say overand | larger yot. ‘Tho aky in brightening ¥ , 
Mai him to iver acai “Como to Josus,” until the phrese | direction, Tam lac for the boy and girl of ; 
ninAry: | opus absolutely Hothing Why do you not] live yoara old; I think they may seo tho mil: MANUFACTURERS oF > 
le bas toll thom a story which will make them come | lennium, ‘The wheel of Christian progresa K . 
ah to Josus in five minutes’ You may that all | hae nover mate ono revolution backward, erosene Fixty 
y somo | to hool teacher and all ovangolists | Last wook, at Yorktown, France and Kogland 


able to Sunday ac 


ank all ministere must bring thoir illustrations | and Gormany and the United States oelobrat- 


AND 
BRONZE STAND LAMPS, 


ora how to » Christ did not, when Ho] ed ono ovent, France forgot all about Water. 
tho poorest from an se moat of the Bible Was writ | too, and the Ur ited States aalated tho Eog- | And wholosale doalors tn Coal | Lamp, 
{ olo- press ee Christ's timo, but whore id Ho | Tish flag. Think of Georgo Waabington salat- Chime 
ido awake, moro | ten i illustrations t Ho drow thom from | tng the Hoglish (xg He would rathor have treet Ne 
moro on- got ‘ith from rAVOUR, from salt, froM * | boon shot, The world moves, the kingdom a Sond fo ‘ustrated noe 
onl somina: | the ile ye a bushel, from long-faved hypo nen All nations will yot aalate the | Het, All orders by mall will resol san 
mon a ooiten, trod goats, from moths, from large gato#, | "eK of Prince Emanuel, To Him be glory in | attention. 1m 
luring the ’ - 


hed 


PY 
. 


the 
MP above, j 
<. Ve, Juat opened at 


"Pe haa not boon, 
Anti-Corn Law Loa 
» to cause the nowly f£ 
Protectionist, 


je ott this sido of the 4 
Mone of all 
England 
Bes foreign imports 
of 8 per cent. 


# 


ine, 


0,90 


expenditure at £8h,- 
6 taxation for national 


Ae necessary increase of 


i 


or consideri 
mount of duti 


or reciprocity, and rej-ct- 
; the adoption of a tariff 
the greatest amount 


country,” There- 
ties on all foreign ar- 


ould be fiscally worth while 


articles is suggested, 
levied : 
a 


cenr. Ast.— Dried fruits, wine, 
hoes, buttons not of metal, clocks, 


flowors, gloves, glass and 
8, iron and steel manu- 
nen manufactures, lead 


ia, pi silk, manufactures, 
wn or manufactured, watches, 
8, zinc manufactures. 
Tobacco, spirits and beer, 


our author proposes 
m it on certain condi- 


in his own words, which he 


pted the benefit of 
absolute 7 
between the 


rising em- 
them to fall 


: Produce, and whare they 
to the imperial warket a fain 
ry r far ou! ho 

venue might seats elnr halal 
duties on good d from th 


giten space to tho foregoing 
Hackiwood’s article not in tho 
ne a tariff as is above outlined 
ption by Great Britain, but 
© direction which public 
in takijg in that country. 
: y that such a tariff as 
ould undoubtedly af- 
da, but not very seri- 
all the articlos of export 
are in the8 por cent. list, 
ih iy and timber sawn or manu- 
uoseree $8'DRin the 10 per cent. list. At 
aby Fate, even the roposed 
ee MBs ould standin the same 
eaaiaee en. atries, and, if tho 


Abolition of the 
é United Kipg- 


orgament of the 
ae “* *taders be correct, th 
whole of the duly would bq id b ‘the 
"British consumer os be thee Wi Eas 
5 2 ’ yt © ©olonial pro- 
” ducers. In ang caso, as the S 


Atticles which 


Britain receivesfrom us aro Heceasiti 


a 7 she would bo -pliged to purchase to 
{ groat au oxtentns sho does now, 
The project dm trado federation would 
not be joined by tho Dominion, and for poot 
theo sreston that, no matter how our 
mach loyalty myht impel nsto regard jt 


favorably, wo cyld not afford to sustain 
the loss of rovdgue which it would entail 
and to have out manufacturing industries 
in various linemelosed by the free importa- 
tion of Englishjgoods. For example, our 
land in 1880 were of the 
24, from Which » cus- 
797,997.05 was dorived. 

”) ©Xports amounting to 
ae British duty 

would bo #@ 000,000, Thus—sop- 
posing that & producer paid oyery 
cont of the U@ which certainly is not 
the esso—Canty 
extent of about 4 
millions. But 


*, 


Wo and three quarters of 
addition to this, many 
ties would be closed, and 
Pa da would toe large ox- 
r of Suly:peving articlon 
im the tatos, Undor present rey. 
tion#, tho® further groatly detrsnaisg 
some FOvenuo; no that it will be 
t, whilst the mother eountry would 
ing tho luscious oysters wo in Can- 
d bo hovelosaly crushing the sholls, 
the Proposed trade federation in 
juslol'—a Utopian idea,the carry. 
¢ which tho astern logio of facta 
Ganda atid England can novor 
ecipromly of traflio, for the reason 
ciro0 ances andthe requiremonte 
gptries Sro totally different, and to 
n & SOMMErcial sense, of Canada 
oer ae Ps alien. a 
c calle fad 
mite Yorkshire 


ula 
our Oo 
seen tha 
be enjoy 
ade woul 
pheretore 
de 


r 


Meltons, 


reform of the British tariff, 
MOU tho fact that tho 

UMption of democratic 
Hent by Sundry of the 


4s the | decent, Tho answor to this chargo io, that 
Bue | many othor works, which contain passages 
reed | as indecent, and eyen moro indecent than 


Tho | the * Pooket 
the case, and Franco is Th 


ample. Tho samo olfect 
tlantio— 
the countries in | conf 

maintains a low | univer 
by ®| moral, should be rigorously excluded, It 


ie is also to bo desired that indecent prasages| justly by the press. Iti the musfortune 
' ad tho present unfavorable rene. 3 


the writer proposes to 
e8 On tobacco, tea and some 


which, ho contends, are 

gb, 804 to place a duty on certain 
ate now admitted freo, That ponetrat 

’ > of tho British customs re- | thom, 

; is argued from tho facts | impoeni 

To 1859-60 the oustoms receipts | prepare 


thei to pass. If, on the contrary, he be- 


Premier is a promising man. 
possesses a happy knack of promising, 
“and,” it adds, '* we must say he does it 


mority to institute a war against commer- 
far-reaching | cial travellors, and has begun the attack so 
vigorously that the “drummers” all along 
again | the line are no doubt trembling in their 
shoes—for nearly all ‘drummers’ dearly 
love their occupation, and hate to hear it 
criticized. 
Herald is not alono in its denunciations, 
but that a larye number of Western Mer- 
chants havo declared that travellors area 
nuisance and have refused to boy goods 
“*|from them at all. Tho chief charges 
It is} brought sgainat thom 
nity, their check, and their offensive 
self-confidence 
claimed that they waste much of the mer- 
chants’ valuablo time by insisting on show- 
ing goods which they do ‘not want, and 
hanging on after being repeatedly refused, 
The ‘* drummers” out west must be a gif. 
duties were | foront close of 
acquaintance, whoare, 18 a rule, gentle. 
mon. Poerhops tho former are snare drum- has i 
mers. 


poetry of Byron and Rogers and other 
**, | poeta who have dwelt more or less on 
"*\Venotian life and scenery,’ will regret to 
‘earn that the romantic gondola, which has 


is being gradually buy 8 
of the canals of Venice, 
Planted by ugly, utilitari 


would be the loser (o the | “rough the glass of propheoy 


rubbish, 


The Dominion has wisely beon 
loft 


commercially independent, and by 
Pursuing her own course, by doveloping 
hor resources in hor own way, sho will be 
mitch more valuablo to the mother country 
even asa field for commercial enterprise, 
than if, by entering into reciprocal trade 
relations with Groat Britain, sho wero ro 
duced to the level of a more source for aup- 
plying food and raw materials for the work- 
fogmon and manufactoriea of tho old land. 


SS 
The Confiscation Business. 


Tho Globe shifts ita basis on the contisca 
tion business almost overy day. Driven 
from ono fancied atronghold, it takes ro 
fugo in anothor, and moves from ono to 
another with a okill and addross which 
would be admirable were tho cause which it 
upholds a worthior one, It oannot hood- 
wink its roadors by vaporings on the aub- 
ject of the relations of Churoh and State. 
The marrow of tho mattor lies in this. 
Was tho Collector of Oustoms in Toronto 
justified in confiscating the two infidel 
works in question, in the interests of the 
community! Now, thore has been, as yot, 
ho attempt to dony that the “* Ago of Rea 
son” and tho ‘f Pooket Theology" (ospecial- 
ly tho lattor) contain passages which must 
by unprejudiced porsons be pronouncod ib- 


Thoology" aro frooly ad- 
mitted. This is granted. It muat bo 
granted by evoryono that it is extremely 
desirable that indecent literature, which is 
edly devoted to indecent topics and 
sally recognized as indecent and im- 


in books whose influence is, on tho whole, 
salutary, and which aro othorwiso valuable, 
should never havo beon written, 
the latter the good and tho bad are #0 
closely iutertwined, or rather inter- 


and publish ao list of all the works 


Collectors. 
separately, ho would have no hesitation in 


contents of tho work,and if, in his opinion, 


is hia duty to take that course. The plays 
of Shakespeare, of Ford, Massinger, Beau- 
mont and Fletcher, and all the Elizabethan 


indecent passages scattered | t 


uld, aod will, allow | t 


Hditorial Brevities, 


The Montreal Herald, admits that the 
It says he 


speedy accomplishment ; 


The New York Herald has had the te- 


t 
t! 


It seems, however, that the 


sre, their importu- 


h 


and impudence, It is 


drummers” to those of our 


Those who havo been imbued with the 


n® Buch service in the yerse of romantic 
“es 8nd which is inseparable from all 
JCeas'of the glorious city in the sea,” 
oroly crowded out 
It in being sup: 


r 


d 
t 


an and i 
steam veasela Tho gondola will re 
years bo as rouch o thing of the past ax is 


the English stage coach of tho last century 
Those who wish to aco Venico oa pho a0 
peared to tho impassioned gaze of 
and tho more quiet eye of Rogers had bet- 
ter make haste to go there, for it is rapidly 
succumbing to the spirit of the timo, 


Byron 


Se 


An Indiana divine has beaten Mothor 
ton at her own gamo. She saw 


could only predict the yeor when this earth 
of ours would be destroyed ; but the 
clergyman in quostion has ciphored it down 
to tho exact day. Ho snnouncos the end 
of the world to take Place just one wook 
from to-day, tho 12th innt, We wish ho 
had put off the day of doom until after the 
Inst race beon tho Atalanta and the sloops 
of the N.Y. Yacht Olub, 4 
will bo 20 anxious to know how it resulted, 
and in the confusion which will doubtloss 
accompany ‘‘ the wrock of mattor and th 
crush of worlds,’ 
America’s ovp 51 probably 
—~... 


ol ¢ 
bo forgotton, 


Kev. Mr, Rainsford jg Universally com. 
mended by the prosy for his action {n 
fusing to yall hitmaclf of the "a 
exemption from taxation Which the Iq 
Allows gentlomen of hin cloth, The little 
incident at the Toronto Court of Reviataa! 

p 


Priviloge of 


. 


month. By mutual consent of both parties 


that the Champion, haying agreed to post- 
pone the race with Ross, should accommo- 
date him, Hanlan did pertectly right in re- 


is utter nonsense tocharge Hanlan with 
lieved that the general tenor of Voltaire’s | cowardice, for Trickett has repeatedly been 
i “Pocket Theology” was evil, and that that r 

er manufactures, music- | dunghill of literary filth was not to be re- 
deemed by the few grains of wit to be found 
scattered through it, then it was his duty 
to exclude it. The aggrieved party in » 
matter of this kind always has tho right to 
appeal to the superior authorities, and the 
ald, of course, affect | decision of the authorities will in nine 
a cases out of ten be the right one, for in 
from such a case the officials could have no pos- 
ould constitute a British | sible motive other than the interests of the 
n; but wo will allow him to | community at large. 


beaten this season by third-rate mon. 


under the English Channel, between Eng- 
land and France, purely from a military 
point of view, and, 
pronounces it @ source 
danger to England. But the commercial 
value of tho tunnel is so great that it far 
outweighs any possible danger from a mili- 
tary point of view—and, in great as well as 


to run some risk for the sake of certain 
gain. Tho energy with which the work is 
being pushed forward augurs well for its 


tenth part of the total distance has beon 
completed. 


mournful subject of suicide we gather some 
very interesting statiatics, 
of suicide is growing to an alarming extent 
—two of the chief reasons probably being 


classes to obtain employment, and the 
growth of agnootic opinious, which render 
men caroless of what awaits them after life, 
The latter cause is partially proven by the 
fact that tho groatest numbor of suicides,in 
Proportion to the population, ocour in the 
German States, where infidelity preyails 
more than inany other part of Christendom, 


Irishmen, in spite of tho “oppression,” 
‘* 


ed Saxon inyaders of the sacred soil of their 
beloved land, havo been able to bear their 
burden of life moro cheerfully, on the aver- 
age, than any other peoplo, for it seems 
that during the past forty years the averago 
number of suicides to the million of popu: 


ation in [roland only incroased from 10 to 


from 74 to 142 - 
150 y 


an Average of 


States Treasurer Gilfiliqn ¢ 
year soya tho net reveniiog 
000, expenditures $260,713 


which $90,872,000 was expended 4, ra. 


$203,791,000 at tho boginuing to $252,458, - 
000 at the ond of the Hecal year. Daring 
the year fifty-four national banks woro 
organized, and twenty went into voluntary 


liquidation, leaving 2,186 doing business. 
None failed, 


ernment on September 30th was $169, 


000, an increase of 241,000,000, reaching 
tho highest point evor attainod, 


darkly, and N 
tion of the whole system ; hoadache, nervous 
prostration, and was almost helplosa, 


) 

Wives montha ago abe be 
tors, with eu 
and fools youn 
tld, 
to uco in the family,” 


’oople hore | aro gottin 
od assomt 


too rapidly after 
and changin 


the Aldlanta and tho | yard 
throat and Jy 
tion, 


ing influences. 
4nd novor inconvenience the patient, 


Aro sold ovary whoro, 


DAILY [NTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 
METROPOLITAN 


; 
or Porthshiro, is tho vorieat sontimontel| in which ho figured prominently, will no | 


doubt tend to attract public 
this question of exemption, Mr, Rains 
ford ia right. Olorgymon cannot now put 
forward o ploa for the spooial privilege of 
exemption from taxation on the ground of 
small income, as they once could, The 
timo has gone by when poople paid thoir 
paator as though they considered that he 
and clorgymon, 


attention to 


could live by bread alone ; 
at leaat those living in cities and towns, are 


an woll paid, nao class, io any other class 


in the community 


Patti, the 
is in New York, 


world-renowned 
She treat 


Adelina 
prima dona, 
loft it somo twenty-two years ago, » tromb- 
ling young aspirant for operatio fame, on 
the threshold of the world, as it were, bot 
knowing whether sho would bo reocvived 
with applause in Europe or condemned by 
tho publio and ito slavea, the orilica; #0 
roturns the queen of the Jyrio stage and the 
most famous prima-donno, probably, vf the 
past half century, She isan amiable and 
gonorous woman, as woll as a groat singer 
and actrees, but hor private life will not 
beara vyory close scrutiny. Serah Born- 
hardt, whon she was in tho country, was 
donounced from the pulpit and in the press 
throughout the Jand, on avcount of hor 
easy morality aod anti-puritiunc tenden- 
cies; but Patti will Le feled aud feunukd 
and praised and adv ired by the American 
publio, in spite of Nicolini; and it ia not 
probable that a word wall bo uttered agaigat 
hor from a single pulpit or # line written in 
depreciation of hor in a single roligious 
journal. What io the reason of this incon- 
sistonoy! Perhejs, because she is an 
American gil. 


As usual, Havlanis being (treated un- 


of this man to bo either exovssively bolaud- 
ed or updesorvingly consured, 


our. 


as coward, a provaricator, a dissemblor, 


uestion, therereforo, is in | excluding—he should consider the whole| and other choice epithets, Ho is out of 


fayor at present, the reason being that ho 


ws revendeto beeought! Tho writer | the general tendency of it is good, he should | refuses to row Trickett this season at aspot 
tho ideas of | allow it to pass; bat if he considers that} proposed by Trickett. 
on the few | the clement of ovil prodominates, he should | Hanlan’s refusal is quite justifiable; indeed 
anbject to customs imposts, | exclude it, There can be no doubt that it| it would be a matter for some comment if 


Now, wo think 


he did accept Trickett’s challenge. He 
publicly announced his intention lastsum- 
merof retiring permanently fromthe aquatic 


lai geat revenue, and | dramatists, the novels of Fielding, Sterne| field. He had attaincedthe summit of his 
with the caprico or ne- | and Smollet, the wild fictions of Rabelais | ambition,and there were no more laurels to 
forei —all have been quoted as instances of works | win. 
low bat general and per- | containing indecont passages, and which 


But Ross’ bluster and impudence 


aroused him, and he offered to enterthe 
should (so it is claimed) be confiscated by | lists once more, and only onco,and he chal- 
terials, which experts | Mr, Patton if he is consistent in the course lenged any man in the world to row him— 
which he has adopted. If Mr. Patton con- 
scientiously believes that the general ten- 
dency of these works is evil, it is his duty | Ross accepted the challenge, and the race 
ng from eight to ten | to confiscate them ; but if he, with oyery| was arranged to take place at St, Louis this 
other sensible and intelligent man, knows 
that the wealth of pootic imagination, pro- | it has been postponed until next May, ‘and 
found insight into human nature, serene | now Trickett comes forward and demands 
1 or wheat flour, barley | and lofty wisdom, and keen common-sense, 

" | oF ont flour, chicory | which are so lavishly displayed in the pages 
of these works, do not more than counter- 
balance the harm which may result from | fusing. He cannot be expected to attend to 
the few 
nanufscturca, earthen and china | through them, he sho 


that race to finally determine the question 
of superiority as far as he was concerned, 


he challenges of every oarsman who Wishes 
o make money out of his reputation, It 


Sir Garnet Wolsley regards the tunnel 


so fegarding it, 
of continual 


mall undertakings Englishmen are willing 


already, one- 


From a recently published yolume on the 


The practice 


he growth of population in largo cites and 
he consequent difficulty of the poorer 


persecution,” and ‘‘tyranny” which they 
ave had to suffer at the hands of the hat- 


In England and Amorica tho average 
Scroasod from 62 to 68 ; in Pruasia, 
and in Franco, from 54 to 


ade the ghastly list with 
264, 


Saxony ho: 


U. S, FINANces.— Tyg report of United 


OF tho Inst fiscal 
Wore $360,782,- 


; 000 + Oxcons of 
eceipts over payments $100,0g9 000, of 
» , 0 


emption of public debt. Tho balance in 
he treasury incroasod-$48,667,000, fron, 


Gold belonging to the Goy- 


mno 


602, 


Almost young Again. 


My nother was afflictod a longtime with 
euralgia aod @ dull, hoavy inactive condi. 


No 

did her any «ood, 
Kan to uso Hop Bit. 
ob g00d offoct that ho sccma 
£ *8410, although over 70 yoarn 

thero in no other modioine tit 
A Indy in Providenoo, 


hysicians or medicine 


We thin 


R, L Journal, 
The Causes of Colda 
i ovorheated in hot roo 
os, pittiog in a draug} 
xorise, mofil 

to lighter Wrappi 
© mattor what ig 
‘al Baloam {4 the 
DG disoanon thatindy 


MS Or crowd. 
it, Or cooliny 
"SZ up warn 
Of, oold and 
he onus He 

cure for all 
oo consurop 


lam 


Pp foot, i 


6 Pootor, 


Pains and Gniping in Children. 
HeenioK'y Bug, y coarep VROETAULY PILLe 


aro & *0Voroign romody for thia ailment which 
14 not alone confined ¢ 


children, Nothing 
40 Withstand their aubtie action and purify. 
Thoy are purely yogotablo, 
They 


When ho 
But in | wins a victory by his simple stronyth, cool- 
nessand skill, ho is treated asa aort of 
domi-god, and receives adulation and honor 
od, thatit is impossible to separate | which would be almost too exoeesive if 
Now, it would be a difficult, an| bestowed on a man who saves his country 
ble thing for the Government to| from an enemy and returns home victori- 
A few weeks or months olapse, and 
/L and the total expenditure | of this class. Tho only possible way of | enthusiasm cools, and then if he doos or 
au t the customs recvipts dealing with them is to leave them to| says anything which does not exactly 
Sre estimated at but} the judgmont and common-sense of the please nowepaper men, many of whom know 
If a collector finds indecent} as little about rowing as they do about 
wing a vory largo increaso Passages in a book,—such as, if published | Christian experionce, they denounce him 


Correspondence. 


Whilst correspondents will be acoorded space 
for the expression of thelr Ideas on topics of 
public Interest, it must be in all oases unde ratood 
that the viows so expressed are almply those of 
the oorres opdenta themaclyea 

Vacancies in the Senate. 
T'o the Kiditor of the Intelligencer 

“it, "Lhe names of several gontlomen in 
this vicinity have been mentioned in connec- 
1ion with one of the vacaut scate in tho Son- 
ate; among thom thatof Mr, Wm. Andorson, 
of Amoliasburgh, In the writer's opioion the 
Goveramont could confer the hooor on noman 
m re Worthy, nor on cne having botter olaima 


fF More acceptable to the por ple Ilo repro 


snted Prince Biward Cougty in the Old 
Parliament of Canala, prior ty cor federation, 
and afterwordain tho Outario Aes mbly He 
ia a man of moans, of hi_h tot lligence and ex- 
tonsive knowledg», anil & promineot farmer, 
known and rowposted by the agri ultural com: 
munity throughout the D sminton in conneo 


tion with the Grange, On political griunds, 


also, if that be a consideration tu appointing 
a Sovator, no man would bo moro acceptable 
to the Conservative party. 
Yours &o,, 
HasTinas, 


Dnglish Ideas of Canada, 
ltev, A, Bray, the lively and veraatile odi. 
| tor of the Canadian Spectator, writes thus in 
tho last lesue of that journal of the igoorance 
which prevails in Kogland with respect to 


“T am 
happy to etate that woare ina fair way of 
making Canada well known in every part of 
tho Uritieh Empire, Iho Government and 


Canada and everything Canadian 


the Canada Pacitio Roilway 


fully awakoto tho importance of making 


Company are 


knowo our unlimited sgricaltural resources 
to the overorowded and for somo part half 
starved old country pe ple, But the work 
of British enlightenment will have to be 
entered upon oarefally and systematically, 
Wo havo to moot and kill outright a score of 
British prejadioos, aud every British preju- 
dloo in ondowed with as many lives aa the cat 
is supposed to possoer, It will take uso long 
time to ocnyince them that our climate is not 
uncomfortable and unhealthy, but one of the 
moet glorious for hoalth and agriculture in 
tho world. The gonoral public should under- 
take to help in this patriotic work, and when 
thoy sind over photos of themeclvos, or any 
other bit of scenery thoy think worth leoking 
at, uo to invariably sendit Over taken in 
winter dress, Unfortunately our enterprising 
publithing firms Keep up the delusion so 


Noy, Stb, 1881, 
——— 


teply to Address’ of Condolence, 
To the Editor of the Intelligencer, 
Trentos, Nov 3, 7881, 
DEAK Sut :—Will you, in roply to the vote 
of “Sympathy aod Condolence” by Twecd 
Lodgo No 239, A.w& A.M to W. Bro, J. I. 
Burr ant family, poblish tho acc mpanying 
roply. and much eblige, 
Yours truly, J F. Burr, 


the Worshipful, Master and Brethren of 

a Tweed Lodye No 239, A. Kb A, A, 

Dean Baerunen ;—For the kindly expres: 
sion «f your warm sympathy aod condolonce 
with myself and family in this our ead bo. 
reavyem nt, accopt our most gratoful thanke, 

If ycu who only koow hor io hor outward 
life and conversation oodld so highly appreoi- 
ato herasa luviog wilo aod au allectionate 
mother, thick what sho must have be.n to me, 
to whom tho fair page of hor innor lifo lay 
open ava book, whorin I could daily read 
ber solf denial, her duyotion, her gentle char- 
ity to tho faults of othors,—hor tender solici- 
tude for the physioal aod morsel well being 
of our oflepring. 1 amnct wortby of her, but 
God knows Llove ber; and may the Great 
Architect who has made of my heart a temple 
to onshrine so faira saint grant that it may 
never be dosecrated by any thought or deed 
uowortby of her, And may I henceforth ro 
order my ways, that, lifo’s probation over, I 
may hope to join hor in those bright realms 
where tho saints walk in light, where there 
is no more separation nor death, and where 
God himself shall wipe away all tears from 
our eyes, For all the brotherly kindness ex. 
tended to me and mine through #0 many years, 
accept my most heartfelt thanks, 

Yours fratornally, J. F, Boar. 
Trenton, Noy, 3, 1851. 


On 


To the Kditor of the Intelligencer. 
Halliwell vs. Jones. 


a lottor published in the Wellington News on 
the 27th of July last. There was no trial, 


25 cents and signing the following 

APOLCGY 

I hereby retract the statements mado by 

mo in a letter and published ia the Wolling- 
ton News of Joly 27th, and the pr:ccding let- 
ters written by me, reflecting upon the Rev, 
John Holliwell, jr, incumbent of Christ 
Church, Hillier, and expreas my regret for 
having written the said letters. 

(Signed), 

Konert Jones. 


Weekly Hop Report. 


(From the New York Commercial Bulletin. ) 


The moat important piece of news received 
the past week ia a cabl; reportof a sale of 
500 bales at 168 shillings per owt, The mar- 
ket there is represented as strong, with brew- 
era’ purchases behind the average for this eea- 
aon of the year and fully seven-eighths of the 
crop already out of growers’ hands, If these 
accounts are correct, the market thero is in 
strong position, and if. the Europsan crop 
turns out no heayior than represented, there 
is every probability that the drafts on the 
American market will be fully as heavy as 
they were last year, The amount of stock 
lodged in the Jocal market, aside from the 
shipmeuts to Europe, has thus far been about 
12,800 balss greater than during tho correa- 
ponding period last season, ‘I'he deliveries 
from country markets to western brewers 
are said to show a corresponding increase and 
if tho facts are as represented, the stock re- 
maining in the country markete weuld appear, 
at the least, 40 per cent. less than at this time 
last searon, With tho present prospects for 
additional large purchates on export account, 
and the situation both at home and abroad 
asshown above, it seems very probable, to 
say tho least, that present prices will be 
maintained during the remaining portion of 
the active season ; if, indeed, an advance is 
not established. Business has been fair dur- 
ing the week, though checked to some extent 
by the unfayorablo weather, Strictly choice 
goods havo told at as high as 300,, but only in 
emall lots,the bulk of business having been in 
the next best grades at about 280, and modi- 
ums at 26@270, Old orops are scarce and very 
firm, : 

Tho sale of four tons of Hops is reported in 
Montreal at 2040. 


‘ 


Bravry or Amentoan Too1ws.—The ar- 
tistic construction of American tools is 
pleasantly com monted upon by J. J. Jar- 
vis, the European art correspondent of the 
New York Times, Ho boars hardly upon 
Americau artista and architocts, who, he 
says, do nothing more than to copy the 
ideas of other races and ages in a fragmon- 
tary way, with no central creative principle 
as a guide, and then he says: The finest 
art yet developed in America, one in which 
my countrymen excol all other people, is in 
a direction which they thomeolyes have 
never recognized or suspected, They have 
perfected it in ics department simply be- 
cause they have been governed by sound 
principles joinod to a keen consciousness of 
lines and forme, weddiog sharpest practical 
uso to complotest hpouty of its kind by 
Unsconecious pursuit of perfection-in a very 
limited direction, it is truo, but one which 
forma tho starting point for all othore, high- 
xy ‘rt inclusive, 1 refer to our tools - tho 
and oxen spades, shovels, hammors, 
plant ayq mere weapons, by which wo how, 

jauer our virgin soil and tame 


it to Our ne 
votes By shapely aro thoy, so 


nie BTations of lines, ao th hl 
adaptod to their oq, , 80 thoroughly 


strong, bright and oie, tad light and 
of purpose, sincerely Mrde, rh at, honest 
them a touch of the Wathetia piste is in 
sonse of tho artistic, UMMirtacgyye aon 
repowo and bonuty of Greok.ory, tne 
makers have worked bettor than theyknon 
and nature has led thom into art while 


thinking ouly of uso, 


H, E. MacCarthy, Wholeslo and Rotait 
Droggist, Ottawa, writes: "IT was afilicted 
with Ohronio Bronobitia for somo yoars, but 
havo been completely oured by the use of Dr, 
Thomas Belectrie Oilin doses of five drops on 
J havo also pleasure in rooommonding 


sugar. ibrooation for external aso, 


it as an on 


Deserving of Praise. 


Too much cannot be oxprossed in favor that 
onsurpassed remedy for conghe, colde, astha A, 
croup, ore throat, and all lung complainte, 


If you sulfor from noglooted cold, try Hag. 


This was an action for libel on account of 


the defendgnt consenting to a jadgment for| Davis’ Pain Killor well into the wounded 


damaging to us by gotting up little or noth. 
ing but winter scenca for holiday presente, 
Why otn thoy not give a few of our brilliant 
summer co¢nor? 

“Thon in all schools where maps aro dis- 
| playod, it is cortain that on tho walls will bo 
found a largo map of America —that is to say 
ot th» United Statos, with Canada showing as 
a long bloak strip onthe northern boundary, 
I know tho goography of Amorioa when I was 
a boy at schoo), but Canada I never hoard of. 
English achool boys are just ss ignorant of 
Canada after a layso of, I am ashamed to say 
how many years, Why coald notour author- 
itios work in this matter, and try, at least, to 
got a map of Canada on tho school-room walle? 


tho national schoolmaster at hemo, 

“And then, thore shall be good maps, I 
mean information as to soil, climate and os- 
pecially distances, The last ramed item should 
be emphesized in some way, for the ordinary 
and gonoral British head oan no more take in 
an idea of great distance than a Scotch head 
can tako in a joke without a surgeon's aesist- 
anco,” 

ET 

—It is und:ratood that the Hon, Mr. Laird 
will continue to act as Lieut.-Governor of the 
North Weat Territories until his successor is 


appointed. 


Mr. J. K Glenn, Harvey, N. B., write “I 
have used Wilson's Pulmonary Cherry Bal- 
sam With groat advantages in previous years, 
Recently I caught a severe cough with muoh 
soreness cf the lungs, Remembering the great 
benefit I had deriver from its use, Lat once 
resorted to it, and was cured as before, 


Butter, Milk and Eggs. 

The thrée indispensable articles of consump- 
tion are so greatly improved in quantity and 
quality, when HARyxLu’s Conprrion PowpErs 
aro mixed with feod of the cows or joultry 
that no dairy or poultry yard oan possibly be 
remunorative without them, Ask for them. 


‘For Sraatns AND Bruises —Rab Perry 


parts, taking the medicine internally at the 
game time. 


No artic'’o over atta’ned such unbounded 
popularity in so short a time es Burdok 
Blood Bitters, and that too during tho exis- 
tence of countless numbers of widely advertis- 
ed bitters and blood purifiers. Itis evident 
that this medicine begins its work at once, 
and leaves no desirable effeot unattained, 


Keep the Feet Dry, 

This is the season of sloppy weather so 
proaucelys of colds, and lung troubles; neg- 
eoted cold or damp feet isa groat source of 
these difficulties. Cure your cough with Hag- 
yard’s Pectoral Balsam. Pleasant to take and 
always reliable, 


$l 


IN THE HICH COURT OF JUSTICE, 
CHANCERY DIVISION 


RE JELLETT. 
JELLETT VS. JELLETT, 


URSUANT to a decree of the High Court 
of Justice, Chancery Division, made in 
the matter of the estate of Morgan Jellett and 
in a cause Jellett aon Jellett, the creditors 
of Morgan Jellett, late of the City of Belle- 
ville, in the County of Hastiags, Solicitor, 
who died in or about the month of September, 
1881, are on or before the 5th day of Decem- 
ber, 1881, to sond by post, prepaid, to Mesars, 
Denmark & Northrup, of the City of Belleville, 
in the County of Hastings, Ontaric, the Solio- 
itora of the plaintiff, Sara M Jellett, the ad- 
ministratrix of the deceased, their christian 
and suroames, addresses ani description, the 
full particulars of their claime, a statement of 
their accounts and the nature of the securities 
(if any) held by them ; orin default thereof 
they will be preemptorily excluded from the 
benefits of the enid cecree, Every creditor 
holdiog any security is to produce the same 
before me at my Chambers ia Belleville, in 
the County of Hastiogs, ov the 7th day of De- 
cember, 1881, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, 
being the time appointed for adjudication on 
the claims. 
Dated this 3rd day of November, A.D, 1881. 
8. S. LAZIER, 
15S8d3tw Master, 


For Sale or to J.et, 


he two semi-detached brick dwellin 

houses situate on Turnbull Street, an 
adjoining the residonces of F. A, Linghaw, 
Buq., and the late D. D. Bogart, the souther! 
one being at present occupied by Isaac Wol- 
ever, Esq. The interiors have beon thoroughly 
renovated. Both houses are in a1 excellent 
state of repair, contain sixor soven rooms each, 
aud are excellently located. Poseession given 
immediately, Ronts very low, For terms, 
&c , apply at the office of 

CHA®, W. BELL, 
Over Post Office, 


120d3awtf Vendor's Solicitor, 


AUCTION SALE 


VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, 


—SITUATE— 
IN THE CITY of BELLEVILLE, 
NDER and by virtue of a power of sa'o 
U coutained in a certain mortgigo which 
will bo produced at the time of sal», there 


will be offered for sale, at the Dominion Hotel 
in tho city of Belleville, on 


Saturday, 19th Day of Nov’r, 


At twelve o'clock noon, by Charles Wilkins, 
tuotionoor, all and singular those cei tain par- 
celrof Jauds and promises situate in the city 
of Brlloville, in the county of Hastings, being 
oompoacd of lots Nos, 5, 6, 7,8 aod 9 as laid 
down on a plan of aubdivision of lot 27 on 
the cast side of Front stroct, and lot 27 on 
tho weat side of Pionacle street in tho said 
city of Belleville, made by Samuel M. Benson, 
P. L S.. and registored in tho Rogistry Oflice 
for the county of Hastings, on the 29th da 
cf Septomb r, 1865, and called the Campbell 
oatate, and containing by admonsuromont half 
an soro bo tho some more or lesa, 

There is situate on the property a three 


Wednesday, Nov. 9th, 


ALEX. CAUFMAN 


LAZARE, 


4 


year. 


1881, 


HALL, | 


Io his now Emotional Soolety Drama 


A LIFE'S MISTAKE, 


SUPPORTED Hy AN EXCELLEST OOMPANY, 
nd 


Prioos of Admission t—760,, 50c,, 250, 


Reserved Soats at Reynolds’, 
Nov. 4, 


TRADH, 


FISE:-S. 


16 doz, Men’s Working Shirts, 
from S0cts,, splendid value. | Dress G 

Surely we have a claim to that «xtont upcn| 30 doz. Men’s Heayy Socks, 
. at 20 and 25 conta. 

10 doz. Polo Ties and Scarfs, 
at 25ote (* BARGAIN.) 


Men's Cardigan Jackets, 
from 75cte. 


Undershirts and Drawers, 


from 359,, the largest stock in the city, 


Wuits Dress Surers, collar attached, $1. 
each. Oxford and Regatta Shirts, from $1,00, 


A. E. FISH & Co, 


Shirt makers and Gents’ Furnishers, 
260 Front St, 


NIGHT SCHOOL 
ONTARIO BUSINESS COLLEGE 


Will commence on 


Monday, November the 7th, 


and continue 4 months, 


in Penmanship, Book-Keep!i Leaves Mark i : bert, 
Arithinette, Correspond ¥ "JehalundiBedge Beets Hake 
ing practical graxmar nod spelling bs pega terraptadierl cigd fo 


ness Forms and Papers, &c., and 
ction to Mechantes in the 


special instru 


L 


The couree consists of thorough instruction 


———— ——— 


ATEST ARRIVALS. 


JUST RECEIVED FROM LONDON, ENGLAND, 


ONE CASE NEW DRESS GOODS, 


THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS, COMPRISING ; — 


Hindoo Serges, Very Handsome Goods, 
All Wool Tartan Plaids, 
Broken Checks, 


Knock About Tweeds, 
Foule and Baaritz Cloths, &&., &,, &o. 
—AL#O— 


1 Case New French 
and Oolorises, Hate in Elegant Shapes 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON, 


FOSTER & REID 


Have Just Received a New Lot of 


oods, 
Velveteens, 
Cloaking, 


: and Jackets, 
00 we oe 


7 


At Lower Prices than we haye offered before. 


FOSTER & REID, 


_ Imrorrers. — 
—_—_—_———_— 


‘ 


—SPHOCIAL— 


= 5 Auyikies i IS ; 
T0 LADIES OF BcLLEVILLE, to become sare dene “ieie7 
(Gentlemen Not Excluded.) profitable to love eeu edges & ia 


RAILWAY COMPANY ‘RUS will, 
until farther notice, run as follows: 


rr ry af St. Oh. 104 8, m,, aud 124, 14, 34, Check 


arithmetical calculations applicable to their | Hotel, Albert fand Bridge Streets “tack np | ofall who are 
pir ied ., | Market, at 8, 9,10, and ila.m.;and12noon®| 9 
HE Fees (payable in adyarce) are $,00 for F and the fault is t if 


the fall course, or $3 00 per month, The f. 
of those who take ani Sa Thoteal soariat seal 
6 the fall commercial 


afterwards desire to ta 
couree, will apply on full scholarsbips, 


W. B, ROBINSON, 
J. W. JOHNSON, 


Principals and Consulting Accountants. 


and 1, 4, 5, and 6 ; 

Fare 5 cents each way or part of way, 
M. B, ROBLIN. 

Belleville, Oct. 18tb,’S1. ==‘ N40dt 


To Let. 
NTIL Ist May text) om very reasonable | _ 


vantage ite | 2 


» a 


Oct, 29th, 1881, 153d6t in, terms, the offioes formerly ovcupied by | 
ani Irvine corner 
FOUND, Front and Campbell ata.” ie a ag ea 
SUM of money, Owner cin recover| Oct, 18. erty B, ROBLLIN, we 1 


same by proving property and psying 


for advertisement. App'y 
Sei ie! DY, 
156d3t : 


| 


H.L. BOTTOMS & 60. 


SUCOESSORS TO | 


Holton, Bottoms & Oo. 


We are now showing 
the finest assortment of 
Tweeds, Overcoatings, 
Ulsterings and Meltons, 


we eyer had, 


Also, a choice lot of 
Tweeds suitable for La- 


dies’ wear. 


H. L. BOTTOMS & CO. 


WILLIAMS SINGER. 


IS make of Sowing Machine has taken 
firat prizes at all tho exhibitions this 


Partios in want of a firat class Sowin M ; 
chino will do well to call at the Wiltiaos 
Sloger office, Front Street, 
amino bofore purchasing. 


. DAVIS, 
WM Aiea, 


Front St, 


- |RED FRONT STORE. 


Bellovillo, and ex- 


a PUL 


| 
The New Canada 


METHODIST HYM' BOOK, 


AND THE 


* ' 
’) 


Esk Se Soe ee 
HORE = *poutedor ing se 
4 a at 20 iene 2200 a 
_ | SHTALS AGN SLVH 1408 % 441s 
q oxy A 4 ay > 
6 | aes Bad Ey MEETS 

| “ALGNIVA Lyaa THD NI 
| ‘spooy Lou0g mi 


é 


_@ 


NEW PRESBYTERIAN HYMN BOO 


LARGEST AS\ORTMENT IN THE CITY AT 


J, C. OVERELL’S. 


a 


“a 
is. 


‘i ‘syu 


«<(¢? di a7 quite * 4 a 
: = . =" 
; - - © 


“THE ‘BARRETT cP cores 
SINGER SEWING MAGHINE| “AY3NITTIW “AYINI 


S sold 20 cent, than foreign 
] saxnulageatn) and yet it no superior on 
all kinds of work, It is 


Strong, Durable. Light Running, 
and Almost Noiseless, 

Come to the factory and avoid paying freight, 
duty, agents’ and sub agents’ fees. Spend 
your money on home manufacture, it will ro- 
turn to you again. The factory is the place 
to get yonr repairing done. 
JAMES BARRETT, 
Remember factory .and office at Messrs. 
Brown’s foundry and machine works, Belle- 
ville, Ont. 15Sdkw 

} sheot (aever used), b 

~ atonsils, Terms cash, 

‘ GEO, 0. ALCORN, 

155d3teod Barrister, Picton, 


To Sell or to Let. 


VIE nndersigned offers to sell or leton. 

{ sonable ternis, the Hotel now occupied by 
nimesolf at niet omen. ey has 
been recently rebu situated no 5 
ing gravel road, ih dolng 2 Rood easiness re 


Nv. gama, TE PANG 
FURNITURE SALE. 


If AM inatrooted to all by pai oe 


R sated 
CONGER BROS. 


—HAVE REMOVED ~— 


THREE DOORS SOUTH 


TO THE 


7 
"4 
~ 


, 


Nov, 1, 1881. 155A1w, wat 


HOUSEHOLD. EFFECTS. 


at tho resideuoe o! F, 
cial Street, on 


Wednesday, November 13th, 
inf age vote a dundits r b 
il fui fatal Pertbee parton. 


~< 


~ 


Id lod Bb. i ae : 
story stone and brick building, occupied as 155d-&w ; ! 6 3 rie 
sted storoo and fron ago on Campbell stroot, | Bolloville, Nov. 1, 1881. “TAM instructed by Miss Alpert to wane Oct 31,1881, a ra j 
with oflicos, &o., over, allin good atato of ro ET. I hor reafdonor, Hotel Street, opp ok, | " ah? takin 
pairand woll ronted; the balagoo of the pro- FOR SALE OR T0 L . Hospital Lohon T0 RE i ND F R r 
porty is that on which the Grand Opora Houro — : ‘ November the th a mT delet Sa od a Saeee 
lately stood, : HE property known as tho Dorland Block, Monday, f “a es € ei DD. il | a * 

TERMS: ‘Ton por cont, of the purchase il) two large st ros and fine dwelling above. u furniture and effects, comprising pa p Sule 
fioney at tho timo of aalo, romaindor a8 MAY | 7 4 6 thoroughly re Th br Boles ie 3 dint room, kitohen a Ree olan. yo cor 
0 agreed on, t low re y ‘ courte - Pon ‘ 

For furthor partioularg apply to be leh bo a0 tee toa with ono of the stores | ture, pa a, endid refrigerator, i Froo . 

MeMurion, Howann & DRAYTON, | or eoparatel ments, store “Also a nico PIANO by Nan | yg cote! Ra Coen rep 
‘cnidor'a Solloitore, | "Algo novaral comfortable Houses for sale oF | oto. ote, 010. oy tyle 

dat Dominion Bank Buildings, to lot in choice Jooalities —modorate ren & Cosco at 10 Polook. 


Toronto. 
. is: 
NOT] CR. 
A MASS Mb} 
Now, 727 Aud 27, 


Young Bi” the 'Prontice Boys 


ee 


ul 


yord’s Pootoral Balaam, ‘Tho cont in trifling, 
only 25 ocnte, 


Wo know of no pilla that work upon the 
ayatom an wellos Ur, Wilson's Autil-bilious 
aod Preserving Villa. They do not ripe or 
weaken in their action and aro the boat pills 
wo ever used, For the caro of all digoases 


dat 
Stray Cow. 


TR ip Ane 
Ss the. : from Coleman's Commons on 
© night of the Sint Oot, a rod aad 


White spotted cow. + 
ow, 7 7 
wardod by returoing hee Ander Witla re 


of the stomach and bowels, liver complaint, 
niok headache, and generel weakuorns thore 
is no equal to thom, 


JOUN HICKS, 


Harriot ie. 


Nov, 67d3t 


1, 1881, 


100dood-w6m 


$66 


two doors north of the premiacs of 
Ballon, and nox 
tablishmont of S. 
good atate cf ropair, 
Possoasion at once, 
Apply at the Law on 
ovor tho Post Office. 


4th Oot,, '81, 


Monroy to loan at 6 or 7 por cont, 
A 


ply © R. PALMER 
Office Belleville, 


k in your own town. Torms 
AwOES oublit free, Adres H 
& Oo,, Portland, Malne, 


ALLETT 


Soo yn 


PP LOSE promives on 


Front Street, oompria: 


haod 
ing a largo Shop and Dwelling over ait 


ining the Millinery oa- 
: Santos. Promises aro in a 
Rent very moderate, 


oo of the undersigned, 


CHAS, W, BELL, 
Barrister, Bollovillo, 


166d4t 


Notes Lost. 


HE publio are osutionod against nogotiat- 
4) ing for two Notes mado by Wm, oo 
and —-= Lowry reepeotively, in favor of the 
undersigned, Tho former note is for the sum 
of about 830, and tho latter abont $60, loss 


endorsations. ROBERT SILLS, 
Stdaw 


\ny ps po es 
oan do #0 On 
It ie woll situated, and suits , 
sale Storr or Manutactore, and o6a) be cane q 
ily madq into a Hotel or Opera Hous 
for Salo, on Basy 
Lot 5, Boot side of Church 
Lot 22, te of Forio aod Aon Sta, 
Ed Lot 15, Forin Street, rT 
Lot 7, Alexander iste 
Lot at jundtion of the Oaniltoa and 


Thurlow, Nov, 2, '81. 
To Let. 


[1K store formerly oooapied by Moy) 
Stooker, 
Terms modorate, App 


Oot, 18th 1881, 


Stati 


aN ROBLIN, 


‘ DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 
“TDasans, A Life's Miatako,” is said ‘| THE ATALANTA. MORNING DESPATGHES 


boa powerful drama of tho sensational 


. ‘ 0 in scones of great d tlo | yy 
; We Receivee Yesterday class, abounding in scones of great drama HER MODEL A PUZZLE lo rine KEW YORK YACHTS 


foroo, and giving weope for tho play of papaa 
histrioulo ability of a high ordor, It will} busteate arihe Macca Bized, 
0 BALES OF TAPESTR be performed in tho Metropolitan Hall noxt — 
TW Wednesday evening by Mr, Alex, Caufman | Dt, nm, 8. Dell to Act as Sorutineor on 


the American VWacht 


EUROPEAN. 


min TMA’ T# DUYING Titkin PAnMe 


AND anda talented company, Seats may now 
be reserved at Roynolda’, A apoolal despatch from Now York to the 


ET CO Tur night school in connection with the | Mail wayes 6 

VELV ARPETS Ontario Commercial College will open on New Yor, Noy. 4. The committoo of 

Monday evening noxt, No young man| the Now York Yacht Clab having in charge 
ae Jucation | the coming contesta for the Amorica’s cup 

who has not a good business oduo have completed their arrangement so far as 


BORDHRS should neglect this opportunity of oie practicablo, and now think there will be no 

: 2 book-keeping and othor aoteh e i = diffioulty in sailing tho races as before stated, 
' ; taught at this inatitution. o li era ~ | that iv, on Tuosday, Thursday, and Saturday 
persia re Arp pereetige x nse rangement which is offered by the principals of next wee’, The firat race will bo over the 
lar the largest and beat avsorted in the city. | should be a strong inducment, Thoy offer | jgaide course of tho New York club, which 
To value it cannot be «qualled, as many of | to allow tho feo which is roceived for the | ji, from apoiotoll Stapleton, L. I, to and 
our a were parohased far below what they night achool courao to apply on tho price] ground Sandy Hook lightehip and back to 
can imported at, of a full scholarship if it is dosirod to take | buoy No, 15 on tho weat bank, Tho second, 


thoir forma, 


AMERICAN. 


A MURDERER HAnGED 


—AND— 


crowd of epooctators, 
GRAVEYARD INSURANOR FRAUD, 


5.—Lakes, strong winds and gales from tho atirt msy be mado from buoy 54 on the 
BLACK SILKS eastward, abifting towards tho woatward, Hook, or Godnoy’’ Channel baoy. Tho di+ 
cloudy weathor with rain and slect, St®-/ rection of tho wind on that morning will 
tionary or higher temporature, doubtless cettlo the mattor of tho starting 


point. Stoulda third raco be necossary, 
Saturday's course will be determined by lot, 


$1.19 and $1.25, equal to what Is ee ahs ae Sa e 
MP ly sold at $1.50 to $1.76, Week oF Praysn vor Youna Mex. — 


Tho International Convention of the Young 
Mon‘s Ohristian Aasociation at Cleveland alpébny to coolde, ‘Tha starting Lour of each 
last Juno eebapart the accond Sabbath in| »405 js fixed at 10 a.m., and only five minutes 
November and tho week following (Nov: | will bo allowed after tho signal for the boats 
13.19) aa a season of special prayer for | to cross tho line, Tho boat that gocs over 
Heavy Fall Woollens young men and for Christian work in their | after the expiration of the five minutes will 
¥ behalf. A similar recommendation was] be handicapped. Io case either race is not 
is now complete, Our stock is very largo| made by tho World's Convention of tho | mado within cight hours it must be settled 
this fall. Young Men's Christian Associatiuvns in ~ a wy ifat all Penoticabias ree 
; able timo for repairing w © allow y tho 
SAT (dail club, should oither yeahh bo disabled. The 
Tux Hanvor.—Mr, Henry F. Porleyy | committeo have waived the rule requiring a. 
Government engincer, arrived here this} model to be deprsited at tho club-room, 
GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. morning from Ottawa, and, together with | Rach party will ;lice a judge on the oppo- 
Captain Paul, Suporintondont of dredging, | site boat during the :ace, Mr, Richard 8, 
had a conference with the Mayor and a/ Bell, So retary of the Bay of Quinte Yacht 
number of others with respect to tho dredg- | Club, has been invited to be present by tho 
; 4 cal P otice. ing of the harbor. Tho result was that | America’s Cup Committee, and will doubt 
-* ay Mr, Perloy expressed himsof in perfoot Re a ri nee on ere epee 

under this head Jets. a line inser | coord wi ini eat rn) cf his own clnb, 
' - one di er a insertions 8s a line, of ro “ iris chennel ae many of the New York Yacht Club mombors 


: ma he raco as wish to do so, the Re- 
Moxrny’s Steam Dyixo AND SCOURING | mised that both the oastern and western | MAY #¢ tho | 
Worxs.—Ladia’s and Gentlemen's clothing gatta Committee have been authorized to 
ahaa dyed without being taken apart, | Channels would be dredged. Tho dredge ier ¥ i dulltabler abobenmoda Gon, 


Our assortment of will bo exposed. 


SENTENCED TO BE HANGED, 


hung. 
THK ‘! SEANRTTE,” 


tion to eoarch for the Jeannette. 
THE SUSPENDED BANK, 


THE STAR ROoUTS PROSECUTION, 


conspiracy, 
RECONSTRUCTING THE U, 8, NAVY. 


* 


vorucls, Xo, 
A HOMICIDS CONPE*SES 16 CRIMB, 


4 


eons sed f dd delivered free of charge. | will k here until navigation closes,and 
Sart pes . . P| hee 2 At high water yeetorday morning the A/a- 
b : = = . ; iB yee y ing 
i Geen eS Het Prost at an will remain here during the wnler. It will lanta was taken tu tho Commuoipaw dock+ 
reaume operations in the spring, and pro:| 424 ita shrowd guess were given the dolay 
te ane = bably will not leave until the harbor i8/ of three daya is not the fault of the proprie- 
Je <* — ZS thoroughly deedged. tors uf the dock, or the amount of busineas 
"(ets a eae previously contracted for and required to bo 
ar c 5 ax Ry AMING aT ALK. — A large poten performod before the yacht was taken out, 
p Hutelligencer, assembled inthe M. E. Tabernacle S:ill, the bright, dry woather was worth 
aS orang to hear the ete Des Badgley's | waitiog for, particularly as Capt Cuthbert 
= “ Diecursive Lecture” ou his visit D~| saya tt at all the work of planing and smooth- 
~ _BBLLEVILLE, SATURDAY, NOV: 5 | don and the Methodist Eoumenical Coun-| ing her bottom will be completed by 

City and Vicinity, __ | ‘i given for the benetit of the M. E. Sun- it is i h 
wid » j » Biven for the beneht of the » SUD-| Monday morning, when it is likely that 
” oily and Vi ty. day School." R.S. Patterson, Exq., Mayor, | tho yacht will go down the bay ‘‘just to 

q — a _ 404 ” 

‘ URYEEN cara (ol: wore.| 9ccupied the chair. The rey. gentleman! wake up,” as cne of the crew exprestad 
. cent 7 eine Lab commenced his lecture by describing the | it,& Ono glance attho Aéalanta’s hull below 
. <taeanai end Fone 4 protection voyage across the Atlantic, and then passed | the water lind is suilicient to decide that she 
Beene on to the main part of his subjeet—the city | was hastily built, and that the passage 


= the police cells last night. Eri Al brotied hesubadloui in his father’s kitchen on Tharaday nigh’. 
\ —-Rastrxpgs, meeting to-morrow evening of Touton, Hy ee the p “a He ae Bee ic gk eng abet et a at ‘The woman's husband had been arrested on 
ih in Bethel Hall at 8:15, All invited, Pelee eget is enc llans, Bistoryi Re a pearance of the yeoht at both ends incicates|*™#Pici m. Young Garrish obj.cted to his 


‘ws _ Avoruan alight fall of snow this morning | !# extent, population, and importance i. that the bas'es of the great confideces showa | father living with the woman, 


pa Seep stisisaet ik meily approach- | Presen a Flo described differant maya by Capt, Cuthbert and party as to their 
ing win TH z pdolng Londqp; and) reeommended the ability. to carry away the yalued prize for 
y of the late Mrs. Dr. Jaques omnibus plan as tho cheapest wey to obtain | 4). they have coms msy be hidden in 
has been exhumed and sent to her former | the greatest amount of information. The | 44;, “little joker” of cubical oyntents. Judg- 

~ a : modes of travelling in iy city were cheap, ging from appearances she will not mea. 
o day was smaller and the amount of travel was enormous. | sure more, ocubically, than the Hild« 
peLene scaler To give an idea of the amount of travel, he | garie, as there is much resemblance be- 
rcenbh said that 20,000 yehicles and 100,000 foot} tween the two, both forward and aft. The 


Bremcn, 


sceomepte, 
RAILWAY COLLISION, 


ears wrecked, Damage heavy. 
sad Lo T nd many of the| ments about her dracght of water haye also SHOOTING AFFRAY, 
i Methodist hymn-book bO.ERS Lamon: Lo was 18 a been incorrect, And another enigma is where; 


Cathedral, describing the dimensivne, 


r 7 ture ; to Westminster Abbey, where feud. 

d refitted. Is it too late, we wonder, | *tructure ; ; to-day, all of whom had somothing to any | feu 
bates a an opera house? rested so many of England 's honored dead, tou the’ alaraata’s wide), 
eB e City Mission service to- | 894 paid a glowing tribute to the memory 


ow afternoon in Mr, Rathbun’s waiting | Of the Jate Dean Stanley; and lastly to ; News Condensed. 
5 r. and the Sunday Thott Westminster Hall. Speaking of the Brit- = 


DEVOTION TO FRANCE. 


. is | spend a life time in studying one depart- | slowly, though steadily, to improvo, 
— ti a ae ment without learning all it contained. | —Befcre the Governor Gencral left Ottawa 
no admission fee to the public | He then gave a lengthy{description of many a a cheque for $500 to the Art 
m connection with the City Mission | of the churches and preachers of the city, oo , Bes 
in the City Hall on Monday eyening next. | and delineated the style of sermonizing| —The Marquis of Bassano isin Ottawa and 


. the gacst of the Hon, Mr, Caron, Minister of 
i. A a 
adopted by the ministers he heard fter Militia: 
—A mill belonging to A. Mowat at Stratford 


devotion towards Franco, 
THE REICHSTAG, 


stag wi'l opon on tho 17th inst, 
COALITION IN GERMANY, 
VERY successfal revival has for the | réferrivg briefly to many points of minor 
sy Pat Sah : a wing daily, 
Ld ' sthodiat church in Stirling, under the | Castle and its surroundings. This brought | $10,000, Oy nN eu 
, direction of Rev. J. W. Walker. alate Bhs peevon Kern aus pecsaae ane —Tho proclamation dissolving the Qaebec| Roms, Nav. 5,—Soyeral lives were lost ia 
_ Ponr Horehasatreet letter-boxes. When | Ecumenical Uonference, which had been Logislatars will probably be issued on Tuesday | hurricane here. 
all the small towns and villages in the | attended by 400 delegates,!representing 27 | o¢ Wednesday. THE NO RENTSMANIFESTO, 
vicinity are supplied with these luxuries, | branches of the Methodist Ohurch. The| During the past month 185 emigrant®| Lo»pon, Noy. 6,—A curious plan has been 
then Belleville will perhaps get them. Council met in the chapel dedicated 104] have arrived in Ottawa where thoy have se- t 
- Berweex WEED forty and fifty of the pupils of | yearrago by Joha Wesley. Back of it lay | oured employ ment, Keeping sheno ren§ manifesto before tenants, 
‘ i i , i i i tending the fairs at Moath County, Westmeath. 
with the mumps. They are all doing well | while near at hand wastho house in which | they will prevent the Czar’s coronation unless 8 
ander Dr. Murphy's treatment, however. | he had lived and worked. He referred to| he grants specified concoestons. 7 a pay alee eg a 
‘Tux only case beforethe Police Magis- | some of the peculiarities of the Methodist} —During the psst month 185 immigrants | intended to be signed by the tenants and sent 
trate this morning was that of Thos. Par-| Church in England, and then, in glowing | have arrived in Ottawa, all of whom havo | to the landlords. 


$1,042,000 in gold from Australia, and all available securities and buroed the 


i . . 
Nowz of the officers of the 15th Battalicn | Canada. Tho result of the Oouncil, he —Chili bas sent a special m'ssion to Pern to |e cater pert of the bocke, The, bank closed 


know when the annual jnspoction of the | said, would be to increato the brotherly lode becaty ot = ide f thedpara‘ant Wedisedsy: vAn'inplessaut 
"battalion is to take place. If it is not held | feeling among the branches of the Metho- complahe liters Coot pallor = Secs pie Pe regarding tho affair is current. 
soon the men will forget all they haye | dist Church ; it would sot in force humen| _ two hurdred and fifty head of fat cattle 
Jearned during the recent drill, thought and human feeling, andtime alone | 4 j} bo shipped from Quebec on Monday for 
Tux Stirling News Argus says that Stirl-| would develop its influence for good. The Europe. ‘The cattie wore fed at Ailsa Craig. 
ing has a bar that is & creditto any town. | rey. lecturer retired amid applause. Rey.| M—A British corvette visited Guinea in 
Ass general thing the respectability of | Mr, Burns moved, Dr. Farley seconded, August, Ianded a force and punished tho 
town isguaged by the small number of | and Mr. A. G. Northrop supported a mo- | natives fur tho murder of the mission teacher, : 2 : 
“bara” and not by their “tony” fittings. | tion of thanks, which was carried. —Presidont Garfield left very little personal | 4° had been treating Mrs. Garfield daring 
Nowz of the members of the B. of Q, : = property. Tho life insurance of $50,000 is 
Yacht Club, who were expected to leave aoe (ae all cone eepamene equally divided betweon the wife and family, 
for Now York to-day, have yot taken their | unusually large stock of Scotch, Koglish,| . —Sit Patrick Macdougall, who will act as 
departure, The few who intend to go| German and Uanadian Tweeds, worsted | Administratria tho absence of His Excel. 
, will probably leave on Monday morning. | disgonals and overcoatings of beautitul new | lency the Governor Gonoral, has arrived in 


Rav, Karaen Lzany has been removed cc and in reliable qualities. The | Montreal, 


s 


dered me a tervice which I can never repay. 


8 
from Belleville to Perth. The rev. gentle- | . eaply inthe cheapest markets in the 


“ king to invest one hundred million dollars 
man made many friends during his resi-| world secure thom to our customers at the re. ee: ; 
dence ere ax asitant to ‘Mgr. Farrelly. | very lowest prion they are to. bo ‘had in |'® Atsrica i about to porohas railroads and 
ae anada.~-J ames Hennessy, > 
= “ae has not ad amet gs 30 ié —The season of Iake navigation is nearly 
Bee oe ELI ails aa ee arg a Best Time on Reconn.—Some of tho | closed. Tho Cbicago clevators now contain 
poli has at last reached what will proba- 
Mal abode—e lunatic sa tS Vanderbilt out on the line of the ronda 
mitted at Poterborough yes. fow days sgo, and concluded to give him 
® point or two on railroading. Knowing 
Axrozrt, late of the Ontario, his fondness for feat time, they thought converts and trying to kirs her, 
to-day for Montreal, where ho they would give him » shaking up, and —Tho production of ale and beer at Cinci« 
the paper factory of his brothoer-in- they did it to their satisfaction and his evi- natti, Covington and Newport, Ohio, for the 
yt evening ho was ontertained at a | 1° enjoyment, A point between Altoona year was 736,000 barrels, an incroaso of 28,- 
at the Lorno Hotel by a numbor of | *P4 Harrisburg, known on. tho aqueduct | 90 barrols ; {nx paid, $680,000. 
straight line, was solected. Tho dis- —The sum of $14,500 has been subscribed | doy, out on bail. 
of horses belonging to Ald, J. tanco of the strotch is threo miles, and, on | in three days in aid of the proposed St, John’s 


—An amorous evangelist namod Squires 
was fined a dollar and costs,a day. or two ago, 


for putting hia arm around ono of his lady ae 
long a8 you live, 


place on January lat. 


ytion. They did no damage, how- thingout. She responded handsomely, and| —The Governor-General left Ostawa on te 
mf, And were captured near the wharf by covered tho distance at tho rato of 47 nec- | sy for Qaeboo, whonco ho sails for Englan 
m. Black, Ob : onds to the milo. Tho Erio magnato was | to-day. The offictals of the city of Ottawa 
a in connection with | Profuse in his complimonts and congratula- presented him with o farewell addross, “til 
isto be held in tions, and as an carncat of his aincerity ho Tho oarnings cf the St. Paul, Minceapolis 


ments in thoir potsossion, 


hitis, catarrb, lambago, 


excoriated nipples orinflemed b i 
: : Manitoba Railway fcr the fourth week of a a , mee Drovat, ond kid. 
j Jr. rT: A evening next, Pell Had oe Sie and i pte oa $185,000, showing an ioorease inexpend yi BAD seme Abe 
jut tL OBy specially as good } uctor w each, 6 the samo poriod last year, Kelectric Oil, en 
_ausic (wh) ay re terclated oy a shole Pronounced it the best timo on record, ti vine pp Bonnett, of Now ee —— 
Hal hinder the dios of Mr, Oldham) will be Get out D York, has asked Licut, Howgato, of tho r Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, 
vader Poe et out Doors, thi Navy, to come to London and arrange he Best Save in tho World for Cut 
a © cloee confinement of all {factory work, Dane Ab tary On erat, Salt Re ; 


Chr EXTENSIVE preparations are being made pres tho operatives pallid faces, poor appetite, | the expedition to soaroh for the Jeannette, tor, Chappod h 
anguid, miserable feahici, poor blood, insa- —A young man namod J, D, Carmichael | all Skin eruptions 
iC 


sta for the grand fanoy-work and dressed-doll | 4: liver, kidneys acd’ 27 : Ca vi Kia olaraateed | 
y exhibition which isto be piven by tho la- | and all the Physicians and maslue tn te omployed by the Exprosss mpany in od to give batlafac 
y 0 


rofunded. Pricg 26 


De = in the City Hall.” A groat rivalry wil) of doors or use Hop Bittors, the purost and | Company to tho amount of from two to throo 


beat remedy, ’ 
/ hag. take place among the young ladies abundance st Health, exeeiearn steee ’ obeend tH usandl dobare, ’ AOA ERD. 
ss towho will furnish the best-drossed |i them They cost buta trifle, Chricia,| —-The Midlend Reilway Company hayo To all who aro nufforio, 
! doll. jth offered to provide tho iron rails and lay thom | indiscrotiens of yr'0G from tho orrors and 


the land and 
sepers as Down’ rooms, and livery stabic | vide those intorested will bay e anc in groat romedy wis 


olpo that will ox 
; to be given by the Kennedy Family in tho| keane farmers, Th 
e \ Metropolitan Hall next Tucsday evoning | is used with grestash sola Oil Liniment. It| rightof way, and grade tho road ready for | sionaryingouth Ameria, 


eS suCCOMs an an ext l od envol t 7 
will form the principal feature of amuso. | *PPlication for all injurioy 1 falliog a bari rail-laying. rae Blation Dene. ve ay. Jounri B. Inman, 
ment for next week. There is likely to be arom having praiesed ils healing powors, Mr. Robert Bolloni, of the Internationa ’ b Oty, (w6m 480d 
a large'sudiedes present, and. those whe toon to wonder at the popularity | & Blockhouso Coal Mines,Cape Broton, in an}  Poople have no right to become dyapoptic 
have not seoured seats should do interviow at Halifax, stated that the out-put | and remain gloomy and misorable, than they 
aps About President Gartiold’s Arave aroto| from Capo Breton mines this year would sage! tako ce! And commit suicide, If 
once. The plan of the hall is to be seen at| jo planted « weeping beech ~ the stomach booomes wonk and faila to per 


»® pyramidal oak | amount in round figusos to 460,000 tons, 70,* | jor ita funotions, Hurdex 
| 000 tons moro than laut scauon, upocdily romedy the troublo 


Reynolds’, a buckoye and silvor fir, 


Dunux, Nov. 5 William Auckobell, 
Deputy Lieutenant to Monaghan, has acceded 
to the puroliaso of his estate by the tenants, 
Tho Jattor have decided to become ownors of 


Wutrevitse, N.C, Nov. 6 Honry Loyott, 
colored, was hangol yeeterJay for the murdor 
of Archolaus Williams, colored. Tho culprit 
was calm and collected. There wasa largo 


Scranton, Pa., Nov. 5.—Goo, Ploiffor and 
Adolph Fleiter were arsosted on a charge of 


—a a completo course, o1 Thursday, will be ovor _ ree: ee forging tho namo of Eva Plejffer, mother of 
: likely twenty miles to windward or leowar 6 of the conspirators, to an appl 
. - it : 0 tors, pplication for 
We have aleo a fow pieces of Wrarunn Propanititits—Toronto, Nov, fromthe lehtbipy and. return} ck abd or L I 


a policy on her lifo in the gravoyard insurance 
company. Mra, Pfeiffer, who is 75 yoara old, 
was dying at the time, and the knowlodgo of 
her son’a act hasteno! hor death, Her son 
Christian is proscoutor in this oase, in acoord- 
ance with his mother’s Inet request, This is 
4 tho firat gravoyard prosocution in this county, 
tho ceptains of the respective yachts tossing and is tho beginning of a harvest of laweuits, 
It is thought that worte crimes than forgery 


San Anronra, Texas, Noy, 6,—Chas, Ward, 
a ono legved negro, who outraged Nora Elled- 
map, ‘‘ white,” bas been sentenced to be 


New York, Nov., 5,.—Tho Herald denies 
that Bennett asked tho Lieut, of tho Danish 
navy to come to London to arrange an oxpedi- 


Nuwank, Nov, 6,—It is reported that there 
has boon speculation, if not wholesale robbery, 
by ono or two other clerks in the failed bank. 


New Yoru, Nov, 5.—Tho Herald's Wash- 
ington special ssy#; A gentleman connected 
with the Star Route prosecution states that 
the Government havo come into possession of 
a dotailed list of the sums alleged to have 
been paid to Congrossmon in behalf of the 


Tho Naval Advitory Board, which has been 
considering the reconstruction ot’ tho navy, 
has concluded its labors, The report recom- 
mends Congress to appropriate $40,000,000 
for the construction of a certain number of 
vcasels which will compare favorably with 
any modern warehips. The report favors the 
constructioa of several classes of ve sola—it ia 
rumored cruising sbips, iron clade, harbor 


Bats in one, Nov, 5,--Wm, Garrith, son of 
the man with whom Mre, Keefer was living, 
confenscd that it was he who fatally ehot her 


Naw York. Nov. 5.—Arrived, Elbe, from 


The Mayor requests the heads of the Clty 
Departments to stop levying political as- 


Cuicado, Noy. 6 —A collision occurrei on 
Lake Shore Michigan Southern Railway at 
Long L ke yesterday, betweon two heavy 


transacted considerable business, It | ¢¥ery 24hours. He then referred to many | /anta shows that all the reports regarding her | freight trairs, The engines wero ruined and 
t dco 


Lys Ornrex, Mo,, Nov. 5,—Yesterday, 
in a hull of her size, can there be 28 gross tons | Harrison Wines, ex.membor of the Legislature, 
the city: 4 of iron ore stowed away os ballast? - Many | shot mortally Joho Roach, Clerk of .Camden 
ictoria Buildings are being repair- ROADATIAAA panibaten aly, chargater 4ofiathe yachtsmen and eailing masters visited the dock | County, ina quarrel srising out cf an old 


AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. 


a ish Museum, he said that all Gerke tt —Hanlan will rcmaio at the Pacific slopo Pee Nov. 5. ihe Boy, tnt geplying to 
‘0 barges which haye been loading peared to have been ransacked to co lect | for a month, ; Fr pean ashe aliona om ie Fala Seat 
t the G. J. R. dock got away articles for depositin it, and one might} —Rey. Dr, Ryerson’s health continues valaeia he Roped tke Ooh =| le m 


supprogs the revolt. He also expressed entiro 
Berwty, Nov. 5.—Tho Post ssya the Reich- 


Lonpon, Nov. 5,—A Berlin correspondent 
3 the prospect of a coalition between Cleri- 


i}. 
past four weeks been in progress in the| interest, he dwelt at length on Windsor WEEemadon eA, Lobe $20,000 ; iasared cl and Conservativcs in the Reichstag is 


adoptd in some places with the view of 


J It was to be in the form of a promissory note, 
the Deaf and Domb Institute are afflicted | the ashes of the father of Methodism,| —Tho Nihilists have issued threats that | which has been circulated amovg farmors at- 


or ; * ive languege | and eloquent } ibed some of | been farnished with employment. BA\K ROBBERY, 

, bee a Dane, abesls was a ik Pe sche Saree Seen and —The steamship City of New York which Zuricu, Switzsrland, Oct. 5,—Burglars on 

~ wards Mrs. } rancisco, = gr = eet arrived at San Francisco on the 3rd, brought | Tucsday night entored the bank of Walker 
$2.00 and costs. paid a high tribute to the delegation from & Co,, of this city, and stole 50,000 france 


GARFIELD’s AND Boyn'ron’s Frignpsui.— 
A friend of the Garfields is quoted by a cor- 
respondent of Vie Philadelphia Press as 
saying that at Elberon, a fow days before he 
was shot, the Prosident said to Dr, Boynton, 


her dangerous illnees: ‘ Silas, you have ren- 


I am not going to ask you for the amount of 
your bill, but lam going to have my own 
way in thie matter end insist that you accept 
this check.” It was filled ont for a sum not 
| facilities we possess of buying these —lt is stated that an English syndicate to bo counted by hundreds. ‘‘You have had 
your Own way, Jamos,” replied Dr, Boynton; 
“now I willba e mine, I shall not accept 
4 cent of this money. I am orly too happy to 
bavo been of service to you and yours,’’ The 
Presidont told this story to the gentloman 
; , i iding to the Soldiorm 
Pennsylvania boys caught William H. rr eae Frecee Abin ey SeBit 10,000,000 tice sg His sitet a 
at this times year ago, 
Henry sat ou tho front seat of the cerriago, 
Turnitg to him the Prevident eaid: ‘Harry, 
I want you to remember your Uncle Silas as 


—Tho Greek gonoral elections will take 


—Tho Court has agroed to lot David, of 
Montroal, acousod of assaulting Capt, God. 


i. : —Franoo is raid tohave demanded from 
tran away last ovening, dashing reaching it, ongineor Frank Free pulled the | new Episcopal Colloge, Winnipog, oxclusive | Russisan oxplacaton oftho arrest in tho 


latter country ofthroo Fronoh 
m Front St. and creating considerable valve of engine No, 19 open and let the old | of the £1,000 sterling English grant, acs ned {oad with pests sap 


A short road to hoalth wale 
mlering from chronio cougts, athe, bron 


tumors, rheumatism, 


houm, Fover Soros, Tot. 
anda, Chilblains, Corns, and 
, and positively ouros Pilon, 
tion or money 
pr dies of St.Thomas’ Church on the 24th inat,, | World cannot help them unless they got out | Montreal, has ombozzled tho funds of (the by Jas, Clark & Go, ge Pe Bees foe ale 


T. ler Th Ty Ey TE 1 k the line to Boboaygoon, pro. | decay, lona of inky. ha ou reakviesd, sarly 
o & large num’ ore is no proparati down, and work tho Po obigel arf Mibood, &o., T will sond a re- 
arg ber of people, the concert Pp on that stands so high , ro You, FREE OF CHARGE, 
discovered by « mis. 
Send asolf-addrows- 


ik Blood Bitt ra wiv 


® farhine is threatened in Northorn Russia. 
Vigorous a tempts to almit Dakota aso 


Congross, 
behalf of the congregation, 
tho *‘no rent’ policy in Ireland 


on tho ground of ill health, 


tho workshops of tho Company and the ran 
ning of the main lino into ethe city, 


Mr. White, freight agent for the road hore, 


at ‘ho next sitting. 


commenced the c.nstruction of a now pair 


attention to the work «n iho Trent waters, 


Rives evidence eyalunt the Donnellys, 


Commercial, 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


Inreciicehosa Orricr. 
Belleville, Nov. 5, 183], 


Tho market for grain to-day remains dull, 
with no change in strect prices paid to-day ; 
levciet 80c, and rye 850, This 

forenoon Oswogo telegrams report tales of 
10,000 No, 1 Canada at $1.06, and 10,000 No, 
| bright at $1.08, Tho decrease in recelpts 
at Oswego to Nov. 3rd, as compared with re- 
ceipts to same date last yoar is 318,215 bush, 


No, 1 barley 


W HeatT—$1.20 to $1.25, 

BarLey—75o, to 800, 

Ryze—85o, 

Oats—40 to 420, 

Pras—fi5o, to 750, 

Hams—l12ho, 

LamB—7o wo 8o per |b, 

Diessep Hocs—$7.50 to $8, 

Bourrer—Roll 250 

Ecas—15o, to 200, per dozen, 

H1pes—Rough $7.00, inspected 
$8.00 


Oacy Sx1xs—100 per lb, 

Lams Sxins—$1.00 

WooLt—22o, 

LAiww—I lo to l5o, 
tatLow—Roogb, 4o, 
TaLtow—Rondored, 6ho, 
Poratoxs—$1 per le 
Frourn—Wholesale, $6.50 per bbl. 
Foi R —Retail, $6.50 to $7.09 per bbl, 
Hay—810,00 to $12.00 por ton. 
Srraw—85 per ton, 
Ontoxkans—250 to 50 por pair 
Grese—50c, to 600, each. 
Dvoxs—50 to 600 per pair, 


No, 2, 000, Corn—00 to 00. -Wool—00 to 00. 
Flour— superior, $5.80 to $5.90; extra, $5.70 


to 85.75; , $0.00 to $0.00 


yo, wheat, 
$0.00 to $0.00, Fall wheat $1,25 to $1.27. 
Oatmeal $0.00 to $0.00. iste $0.00 to 


$0.00, Pork $00.00 to $00 


Market dull and weak. Flour inactive 
superior and extra on spot offered at $5,90; 
and lots outside with little or no iaquiry. 
Oatmeal steady with rales of car lots at $4.70 
and $4.75 on track. Wheat quiet, No, 2 fall 
sold at $1.27, and one car load of No, 1 spring 
at $1334 f.0.0, Oats wanted at 44. Barley, 
not much offered or wanted, but prices much 
as before; No, 1 sold at 92c ; No, 2 at 880, 
and extra No, 3 at 82c f,0,c, Peas unchanged, 


Rye sold at 94 on track, 
MONTREAL MARKET. 


Montreat, Noy. 5.—Flour, roosipts 2,600 
bls,; ssles100 bris. Market dull. Prices 
nominally unchanged Quotations as follows : 
Suporiors $6, 10 to $6,20;.extra $6.10 to $0.00; 
tpring extra $620 to $0.00; superfi e 
$5.90 to $6.00; strong bakers £4.05 to 46 75 ; 
fine $5.15 to $5.25; middliogs 24 25 to $4.30; 
pollaris $390 to $400; Ont. bays $2.75to 


$3.00; city bags $3.75 to $3.80. 


Sales—400 superior $6 15; 350 do $6.20; 
100 do, choice $6.25; 100 medium bakors 


$6.50, 250 Ont. bags $3.00, 
Grain- Unchanged. 
Provisions and butter unchanged, 


MONTREAL STOCKS, 


fellowing is the offiolal report of the 


N al Stook Exchange, Noy, 5— 


AFTERNOON BOARD, 
Naimne. asked. offered. 


enles, 
Bank of Montreal, ..2004 1994 10@94 
Morohants Bank., .128} 127} 15@8 
Bank of Commeroe,,141} 141 1 ue 


Ontario Bank .....59} 58% 50@9 


Bank of Toronto....163 158 
Molson's Bank,.....117 116 


Banque du Peuple,.. 

Jacques Cartler.... 

Union Bank...........97 

Quebco Bank,..... 

Exchange Bank..... 

Mont, TelegraphCo. 128} 1272 125@8 
rips seed Oo. .97 

MontrealGasOc. .1412 140 18@1 
City Passongor Co...126 125 


R.&O,Naviga'n Co 46} 452  50@54,50@6 


Royal Can. Ins, Oo,, 
Imporial Bank...... 
Canada Cotton, ..... 
Dundas Cotton....., 
Consolidated Bank. . . 
Fodoral Bank,..,.... 
Ont. Investment, .. 
St.P.,Minn. &Man,Ry, 


NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET, 


Naw Youx, Noy, 5. 
Cotton not quoted, 


Flour buyers favor light demand; rooolpts 
21,000 bris.; sales 10,000 brie. ; $4.00 to 
$5.25, aop, state andwen. ; $5.20 to 88,25 


com, to choice ex state; $5.20 to9 do. wan 
Rye flour dull weak, $5,00 to $5.50, 


Whoat opened higher and subsequoutly 
declined ; recelpte 114,000 bur,; sales 80,000 
bus, No. 2 red Nov. $1.41 te 42}; 260,000 
do Deo. 45} to 469 ; 296,000 do. Jan, 48} to 


49} : 96,000 do, Feb, 624. 
yo dull, $1.01 to $1,044, 


Corn opened atrongor, afterwards woak ; 
roovipta 109,000 bus, ; ealoa 36,000 bus, 64 


to 69, old; now, 68% to 73. 
Barloy quiet, steady and unchangod. 


Oats lower ; roocipts 35,000 buss, tal* 


175,000; 47 to 49) mixed; 60 to 644 white 
Pork dull, nominal, $17, 50, 
Lard higher, $11,385 to $11,974 
Buitor 14 to 86, 
Choeao 30 to 180, 


KET! 
TAC RKETS, 

Cutoaaa, HICAGO Nvieat 274 Doo.; 284 
Jan, Corn 084 Nev: 
“ osWEGO MARKET. 

{ N. Y., Nov. b6,.—Wheat lower, 
Osw dds 1.93; red do, 81,39, Corn steady, 
whito state fo tern at 75. Barloy unchanged, 


aalo: mixed wee nada 1,08. Ryo quiot, 
salon 10,0°0 No, ba bond. Canal froighta— 
y 1 ryo S§o; bar- 


Osnata nominal 


Bho j corn ant 
ley tho a Row York; S80 to Albany 


OYSTERS 


— 
s] 


—AT— 


THE CITY BAKERY. 


JAS, WALLACE. 


Sopt, 20th, 1881. 


In éonsequence of tho failare of the crops 


Stato will bo made at th» noxt soesloa of 


Rov, Arohdoacon Laudor, of Ottawa, wae 
presontod yostorday with a woll-linod purse 
by the Ohurohwardens of Chriet Church, on 


Wendell Phillips, the Boston orator, hes 
beon invited by the Land Leaguo to proach up 
. He refuses, 


Tho Ottawa city and Canada Pacific ropre- 
sentatives will meoton Monday to discuss 
torms for the ostablishmont at the Capital of 


A ramor, said to be well founded, is going 
the rounds, to tho effrot that Mr, Cooper, 
superintendent of tho Wosten Division of the 
Grand Trunk, willehorty be remoyed to 
MontrosJ, and his present position filled by 


—Tho Anglican Synod of Toronto has com- 
plete. its session, Tho mostimportant acts 
of legislation were now canons for the registra. 
tion of votera and the administration of the 
mission fand, and tho passiog of the new oon. 
stitutions,» hioh will come up for confirmation Belleville, Oot, 28, 152de0d3w,w 3m 

The Bobcaygeon /ndependent eays: The 
Dominion Goveroment have resolyod to repalr 
the lock gater, and Mr. W. Kennedy has 


Tho werk isin most competent hands. The 
Government doseryos comojendation fcr its 


—Mr. Hutobinson, County Crown Attornoy, 
has asked to bo relieved of the prosecution of 
tho Donnelly arson cases, a8 bis sympathies 
sro with tte Donnellys, and Mr, Idlington, 
the County Crown Attornoy of Porth, has 
been appointed to dotho work, West is in 
Miobigan, and it is aaid be has been promised 
immunity from prosecution if he returns and 


— 


5 1881, 


SAUTION. 


r 
pus publio aro oautione! against negoli 
Sting for « note mado by Chay. Dem 


oroat in favor of A. I, WW 
« F, Wallace, f ( 
nO valuo has boon Kiven for the 7 ap 


oame, 
: CHAS, DEMOREST 
Bidnoy, Nov. 2, 1881 166a3¢, wt 


1¢ Nesryy 
| UT firet walt until about the Int Novom- 
ber, when 


BLAIR & SHANKS, 
of Winnipeg, will open a b i 
Estato Oliog in Bollovitte, ranch of their Boal 
A splondid list of lends will be ready for 
anlo, 
ISAAO BLAIR, R, H. SHANK®, 
wed&Satiwilmw 


MONEY TO LOAN. 


A [sit subsoribor, as Solicitor fora private 
trust fund just placed in his bands, is 
bropared to receive applications for loans on 
mortgages of improved farm or oity property, 

Oa good titles being exhibited, thy loavs 
can be placed without delay and free from ex- 
Penses of agonts or s>licitora at a distance, 

EG, PONTON, 
Barrister, Belleville, 

Office in Gordon's Block, Front 

5s., over Overell's Bookatoro, 


MILLINERY OPENING, 


ATS. HORNE, who w tly b 
M™; on Hotel Street, ier ee 


HAS OPENED 


in the Sh: p next to Mra, Eustace’s Milline ry 
Store, and second door from Wesley Bulleo’s, 


FRONT STREDT. 


MRS. HORNE, 
Oct. 28, 1881, 152d2w 


To Let, 
VERY desirab’e Store and rosiderce at- 
tached, on east side north Front Stroot, 


nosar upp r bridge. Promisea in good repair, 
aod well situated for » Grocery business, 
Apply to - 
M. B, ROBLIN, 
144 - Street Railway Office, 


5 rr devirablo two storey Brick House cn 
the corner of Mill and Burrell Street, 
There is mgood grocery store attached to the 
douse and & good garden, For terms and 
further particulars apply on the premises, 
Belleville, Oct, 25, 1881, 149d6t 
——$—— a rrr AAO 


To Let. 


1 HAT desirable residence on Commercisl 
Street now occupied by the undersigned. 
Posssession given immediately, For particu. 
Jars apply to Francis Dolan. aq , orto 
F, C, RIDLEY. 
Oct. 20 1881. 146dtf. 


LANDS FOR SALE, 


IN a 4 Lot 8, 5th con. Lake, 100 acros, 
Rich specimens of Iron and Asbes- 
tos from this lot may be seen’ at my office, 

West 4 of West 4 Lot 1, 10th con. srmors, 
50 acres; N E } Lot £5, 9th con, Mermora; 
50 acres ; Lots 55 and 56, East Hastings Road, 
Limerick, 200 acres. 

Enst 4 Lot 9, 5th con. Tyendinaga, 100 

acres; part Lot 5, 4th oon. Tyendinaga, 40 
acres, 
_ Part Lot 2, 4th con, EJzevir, } acre, on which 
is the Bridgewater Cheese Factory, 
with plant, waggons, &o, 

Lot B, Bay Street, Kingston, 

Front centre of Lot A, 4th con, Sidney, (50 


acres, 

Part Lot 5 on W }lot 7, 2ad con, Thurs 
low, 10 acres, Part’ of Haslett Estate, and 
occupied by David Andrews, 

Double Brick House, south side of 
Aloxander St , Belleville—the Wonnacott 
Property. A bargain is offered. 

Lot 4, ‘Abercrombie Placa,” south of Trent 
Road, Belleville, 4 acre, opposite the residence 


; | of C. W. Bell, Esq 


S 4Lot G, East Canifton Road, Belleville, 
52x192 feet ; good brick house ; near Station. 

Lot 4 West Station Road, Belleville, near 
St, George's Church ; 4 acre; vacant. 

2small frame houses to let near ‘‘Red 
Mill,” Sidney, 

60 Building Lots on Lot 38, Ist con. 


2nd con, road; adjoining city without city 
taxes. Acre lots for $400 on easy te:ms. 
20 Building Lots on Lot 37, Ist con, 


Sidney, north of Trent Road; beautifal sit1- 
ation; near Deaf and Dumb Insti- 


tute and Bay of Quinte. 
Alro a farm in Rawdon, 100 acres, ~ 
W. N. PONTON, 
Post Office Block. 


Belleville, Oct. 18381. a2t,wilt 


CANADIAN PACIFIC. RAILWAY. 


Emory’s Bar to Port Moody. 


NOTICE TO CONTRAOTORS, 
TENDER FOR WORK IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. 


EALED TENDERS will be received by 


the undersigned up to NOON on WED- 
NESDAY, the lat day of FEBRUARY next, 
ina lump sum, for the construction of that 
portion of tho road between Port Moody and 
tho West-end of Contract 60, near Emory’s 
Bar, a distance of abgut 85 miles. 

Specifications, conditions of contract, and 
terms of teoder, may be obtained on applica. 
tion at the Canadian Pacific Railway Office in 
Now Westminster, and at the Chief Enginer’s 
Office at Ottawa, after the Ist January next, 
at which tine plans and prctiles will be open 
for intpection at the latter office, 4 

This timely notice is given with a view to 
giving Contractors an opportunity of visiting 
and examining the ground daring the fine sea- 
son and before the winter scts in, 

Mr. Marous Smith, who is in chargo at the 
office at New Westminster, is instructed to 
give Contractors all the information in his 
power, 

No tender will be entertained unless on one 
of the printed forms, addressed to F. Praun, 
Erq., Seo, Dept. of Railways and Canals, and 
marked ‘‘ Tender for O, P, lt.” 

F, BRAUN, 
Secretary, 
Dopt, of Railways snd Canals, 
Ottawa, Oct, 24th, 1881. 


'n all its Branches. 
Ifyou want a book bound cheap and well, go to 


TAMMADGE. 


If you want a Book repaired, go to 


TAMMADGE. 


If you want your Album repaired, go to 
y 


TAMMADGE. 


_ 


e - 
, faciog City Wall 
202 Front Street, ; 


Braxx Books of all descriptions kept in 
atook, or mado 4h 


extra obarge s, 


BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE 
COMPAN Y - 


INCORPORATED 1833, 


Capital Paid up = = > $600,000 00 
Cah Arnot . . + + 1,420,000 00 
Insurance on all classes a peers Lesson 
ly and liberally eottled. 
promptly an orally £0 Ne RLLIOTT, 
6906m,Staw Axgont Belleville. 
July Blot, 1881, 


38 


A LL porson or porsons indebted to the ox 
- tate of the late H, J, Wensloy, of tho 
Township of Sidney, aro hereby potified to 
pay tho samo to the andoraignod cxooutors of 
the satate on or beforo let Decomber next, 
a(tor whioh dato all acoounte will be placed 
in Court for wiuoation, and all porson or por- 
cones holding © eel Against the ontato aro 
notified to render thom to the undoral ood,on 
or before Deo, let, 1881, oF they will fe dis. 


Saplitan JAMES Din, 
GRORGE WeNgrry 
DAVID Mc PAGGART, 
Exooutors to tho Katate of the late iy, 'y, 


Wonsley. 
Sidney, Sopt, 24, ‘81, Sawer 


DIVISION Co 


rol. THE 


COUNTY Or 
FOR THE YEAR 18 


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(ons va 
IRTS 
. a 
vi 
82, 
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BELLEVILLE, sce. oe pele lees | 
SIDNEY, ssesietvecves ofay ’ 


- BRIDGEWATER,... 


sttsleesstercatscesle, , 
&@ elleville and Bridgewater Courts open at 9 a.-m.; Tweed Can 


others at 10 a, m, 


CLERKS O¥ Division Courts.—No, 1, R, C, 
Wallbridge ; 3, H. Holden, Shannonville ; 4, 
Stirling ; 6, G. D, Rawe, Madoc; 
Simmons, Trenton ; 
John Wilson, L’Amable, 


s——— Desoronto; 
D, Bentley, Marmora ; mM, 


In order to make room for my large supply of fs 
I will sell allay Se 


REMAINING STOCK OF CAR 


Top Phetons, Top Buggies, Open Phe 


rely upon getting 
examine my stock 


October 25, 1881. 
A BIG DRI 
DRESS 


We have opened out 6 cases of Dress Goods 
Le in the New "York Ma cet, 


ESS GOODS FOE 


IN 
Sidney, north of Marsh+ll Road, and south of 


15c. DR 


tin Belleville, A 
60 ct, A Grea 


SEE THEM, They are the cheskes 
ap 


~ OH! THAT RHEUMATISM. 


I did not sleep a wink from it all night. How 
common is this complaint, and how unneces- 

a remedy for it in svery 
Iti . Dow's Stur- 
geon Oil Liniment. It is a medicine of remark- 
able strength which, when employed ex 
cures rheumatism, sprains, bri 
muscles, lumbago, 
joints, erysipelas, ringworms, &c., &c. 


ly 
in 
atica, neuralgia, contracted 


in lange bottles, retail 25 cts. each, 
all Druggists and Country Mer- 


J. W. BRAYLEY, 
Montreal. 


AGENTS WANTED, 


OR the best selling articles out. Agents 

makw from $2.50 to $5,00 per day at 
home. Samples by mail at 5) cts, or 4 new 
articles for $1.00, 


Dominion Gen. Agency Co., 
214 St. James St. Montreal, P. Q 


~ PUTTNER'S ~ 
EMULSION! 

COD LIVER OIL 
HYPOPHOSPHIT. 


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BOOK BINDING 


yontor in prosonting this preparation 

Be i modical profession and the public 

at large, does it with a contidence of its ao- 

ooptance, based upon tho results of its uso as 

evinced during some years in the Lowor Pro- 

vinoes, and its ung Bad Senor s AS 

och mon 0 ! 

large numbor of the m Aion ihe tineabalane 

It has beon used io 

oss Frame iela and 
ith unvarying goo 

nob to ay that its 

official, In proof thereof it ia recommon 


Yifon. D, MoN, Parker, ALD, &o,, Conrult- 
Ft hargent P, & O. Hoa 

Asa't_ Physician 
tal and Prof. of 


o Publio Instita 
and it is not too m 


d ruled to ordor, without} b 


ing Physician, &o, 
Goo, L Sinolair, ™ 


M. D,, Surgeon to the Din 
Physician Halifax 


., ©. W., Kentville, 
ospital, Halifax. 
., Port Hil, P. WL 


Halifax Modical 
oasulting Surgeon I. & UO, 
W, S. Muie, M.D. 


" M.D. M. R. 0, 8, &o 
ine Hospital aud Prof. of Sur: 


Hali ‘onl College. 
A r ate M. 1,0, M,, Physician to 


5 Dominion Health Officer, 


W, Calder, M. D., trea 

H, L, Athinson, M, D. GC. 
goon Gon'l Hlospital, Halifax 

Geo, Lawson, Ph. D., Le Ty 
Prof. of Chomiatry, Dalhousie 
Halifex, and many others, 
loinns will plosee specify Purp, 
NEWS EMULSION, which ts HOLD kvenyw 
Wlyr 


Tronaman, M, D., 
Into Surgoon P, & O, 
7 WwW. Be Brine, M.D, 


Prof, of Obatotrios 
, Oo. M., DRS. 


Halifax Disponsar 


M,, Hones Sur 


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Thos. McCann, : 


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Belloyille, Oct, 25, 1 8 


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HIS isa loading dey 
this Fall we offer’ ] 
large Stock of Brarsels, Tapes 
Carpets, in boautiful Ne 
reliable Qualities. — 


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theso cheaply io 
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STARTLI IC 
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LLL LL 
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BY JAMES OTIS, 


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DIRECT IMPORTATIONS 
Fine Wines! 


rewelved dircot from OADIZ 
PORTO « quantity of 


VERY OnOICE 
SHERRY AND PORT, 
inclading @ f©W cases of Very Surznion 
—OLD VINTAGE PORT— 
BOTTLED IN OPORTO. 
Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Gaocks & Wore Mxxcnants, 
87 aod 39 Bridge St 


Tite NIGITT RIDE. 


YHE wagon on which Mr. 
ond bia now-found om- 
by tho moat singular 
containing the mon. 


chanoe, the one } 
cooptod (hia as 4g vont 


koys, and Toby 


ablo friend all night, 
some consolation in that 
instructed the boy towateh his move- 
monta, and when ho saw him loadiv 
his horses around, ‘to look lively,an 
be on hand, for he never waited for 


Toby not only promisod to do as 
ordered, but he followed the driver 
around so cloacly that, had ho desir- 
ed, he could not havo rid bimaelf of 
his little companion, 

Tho scone which presonted iteolf 
to Toby's viow waa strange and woird 
Shortly after ho had 
attached himself to the man with 
whom ho was to rido, tho performance 
was over, and the work of putting the 
show and its belongings into such o 
shapo aa could be conveyed from one 
town to another was soon in activo 
Toby forgot his gricf, 
forgot that ho was running away from 
tho only homo ho had over known— 
in fact, forgot everything concerning 
himeelf—so interested waa ho in that) 
which was going on about him. 

Assoon aa tho audivoos had got 
out of the tent—and almost before-~ 
the work of taking down tho canvas) 


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regular intervals, tho lights that had 
shovo so brilliantly in and around tho 

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boards that had formed tho seats wero 

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d then the man eaid, * Well, 


tomed to it, an t 
you are tho quocfest little covo I ever 


Toby was widor enough awake now, os 
this rather singular problem was forced 
Ho revolved the matter 
silently for some momonts, and at last he 
askod, ‘ What do folks call you when they 
want to speak to you!’ 

‘They always call mo Oli Ben, an’ l’yo 
got so used to the namo that I don’t noed 


GENCY 
A lam,’ wasthe reply, accom- 
ed by a long drawn sigh. ‘I don’t seom 
to so much as the other fellera do 
an’ I guess it’s becauso I’m always hungry ; 
you see, I eat awful, Uncle Dan’! says.’ 

The only reply which the driver made to 
this plaintive confession was to put his 
hand into the doepest recesses of ono of kis 
doep pockets and draw outa doughnut, 
he handed to bis companion. 

Toby was so much at his ease by this 
time that the appetite which had failed him 
at supper had now retcrnod in full force, 
and he devoured the doughnut in oa most 
rayenous manner. 

‘You're too small to ent so fast,’ said the 
man, in a warning tone, aa the last morsel 
of the greasy swootness disappeared, and 
another for the boy. 
get hold of one of the India 
rubber doughnuts that they feed to cirous 
an’ choke yourself to death.’ 

Toby shook his head, 
second cake as quickly as the first, craning 
his neck, and uttering a funny little squeak 
as tho last bit wont down, just aso 
chicken does when he gots too large a 
mouthful of dough. 

‘T’ll never choke,’ he said confidently ; 
‘I’m used te it; and Uncle Dau'l says 
could eat a pair of boots an’ never wink at 
‘em ; but I don’t just believe that.’ 

As the driver made no reply to this 
remark, Toby curled himself up on one 
corner of the seat, and watched with no 
little interest all that was passing on 
Each one of the wagons had 
alantern fastened to.tho hind axle, and 
these lights could be seen far ahead on the 
road, as if a party of fireflies had start od 
in siogle filo on an excuraion, 
by the side of the road stood out weird and 
ghostly-looking in tho darkness, and the 
rumble of the earth ahead and behind 
formed a musical accompaniment to the 
picture that sounded strangely doleful. 

Mile after mile was passed over in per- 
fect silence, save now and then when the 
driver would whistle a few bars of some 
very dismal tune that would fairly make 
Toby shiver with its mournfulness, Eight- 
een miles was the distance from Guilford 
to the town where the next performance 
of the circus was to be given, and as Toby 
thought «f the ride before them, it seemel 
as if the time would be almost intermin- 
He curled himsef up on one corner 
of the seat, and tried very hard to go to 
sleep ; but justas bis oyes began to grow 
heavy, the wagon would jolt over some 
rock or sink deep in some rut, till Toby, 
the breath very nearly shaken out of his 
body, and his neck almost dislocated, would 
sit bolt upright, clinging to the seat with 
both hands, as if ho expected .each mo- 
ment to be pitched out into the mud. 

‘he driver watched him closely, aud 
each time that he saw him shaken up and 
awakened so thoroughly he would indulge 
in ono of his silent laughing spells, until 
Toby would wonder whether he would ever 
Several times had’ Toby 
boen awakened, and each time he had seen 
the amusement his sufferings caused, until 
he finally pat an end to the eport by keep- 


upon his mind, 


Toby had notlong to weit before the 
driver informed him that tho time for start- 
ing had arrived, and assisted him to climb 
up to the narrow scat whereon ho was to 
ride that night. 

The scono was #0 exciting, and his efforts 
to atick to the narrow seat so great, that he 
reslly had no time to attend to the home- 
sick feoling that had crept over him during 
tho firat part of the evening. 

The long procession of carts and waggons 
drove slowly out of the town, and when the 
last familiar house had been passed the 
driyer spoke to Toby for the firat time since 


Toby wanted vyory much to ask more 
questions, but ho wisely concluded that it 
would not be agreeablo to his companion, 
mon about it,’ said 
Toby to himselt, referring to tho aged 
monkey, whom he seemed to feel acquaint: 
od with ; ho moat likely knows, if ho’ll say 
After this the conversation 
ceased, until Toby again ventured to sug- 
gest, ‘It’s a protty long drive, hain’t it? 

‘You want to wait till you've been in} for) 
this business a year or two,’ said Ben, ssge- 
ly, ‘an’ then you won't think much of it. 


‘Tl ask the old 


Pretty hard work to keep on—eh, son- 


? 

of Yos,’ replied the boy, as the team ran 
over a rock, bounced him high in the air, 
and ho, by strenuous efforts, barely suc- 
ceeded in alighting on the seat again, ‘it is 
pretty hard work ; an’ my name's Toby and devoured this 
Toby heard a queer sound that seemed 
to come from the man’s throat, and for a 
fow moments he feared that his companien 
was choking. But he soon unde 

that this was simply an attempt to laugh, 
and he at once decided that it was a very 
poor style of laughing. 

‘So you object to be called sonmy, do 


‘out 
* Well, I'd rather bo called Toby,for,you 
seo, that’s my name.’ 
“Allright, my boy; we'll call you Toby. 
I suppose you thought it was a mighty fine 
gto run away an’ jine a circus, didn’t 


Toby atarted in affright, looked around 
cautiously, and then he tried to peer down 
through the suwall aperture, guarded by 
iron rods, that opened into the cage just 
back of tho seat they were sitting on. 
Thon ho turned slowly around to the dri- 
ver, and asked, in a voica sunk to a whis- 
per: ‘ How did you know that I was run- 
nin’ away? Did he tell you?’ and Toby 
motioned with his thumb as if he were 
pointing out eome one behind him. 

It was the driver's turn now to look 
around in search of the ‘ho’ referred to by 


*Who do you mean?’ asked the man 
! , the ono, ‘cause Lalways used to do juat 


that when I hadn’t any idea of bein’ a| the year 1881, 
Members of the Court of Revision. 


Ald. St. Charles, Chairman; Me srs. Far- 
ley, Holden, Diamond, Lingham, Henderson, 


d feller; the one in the 
cart there. I think he knew I wasrunnin’ 
away, though he didn’t say anything about 
it; but he looked junt as if he did.’ 

The driver looked at Toby in perteet 
amazement for a moment, and then, as if 
suddenly understanding the boy, he relap- 
sod into one of those convulsive efforts 
. that caused the blood to rush up into his 

face, and gavehim every appeerance of 


‘Then you'll get along all right,’ said 
Ben, as ho checked the speed of 
horses, and, looking carefully 
enid as he guided hia team to one side of 
the road, *Thiaia as far as are going to- 


his 
ahead, 


MENT 


Me 

and Beast. Toby lesrned that they wore within a 
; couple of miles of the town, and the en- 
iire procession would remain by the road 
side until time to make the grand entree 
into the village, when every waggon, horse 
and man would be decked out inthe most 
gorgeous array, as they bad been when 
they entered Guilford. 

Under Bon’s direction he wrapped him- 
self in an old horse-blanket, lay down on 
the top of the wagon, and he was ao tired 
from the excitement of the day and night 
that he had hardly stretched out at full 
longth before he was fast asleep. 


*You must méan one of the monkeys,’ 
said the driver, after he had recovered h 
breath, which had been almost shaken out 
of his body by the silent Jaughter. 
you thought monkey had told me what 
any fool could have seen if he had watched 
you for five minutes ?’ 

* Well,’ eaid Toby, slowly, as if he fear- 
oke one of those terrible 
laughing spells again, ‘I saw him to-night, 
and he looked as if hs knew what I was 
*; sol up an’ told him, an’ I don’t 
but he'd told you, though he didn’t 
look to me like a feller that would bo 


TayGneatEno-TRADE MARK 
is) es recover from it, 


ed he might pr 


* What is your name /’ he asked of tho 
driver, thinking a conversation would be 


the best way to rouse himself into wake- TO BE CONTINUED. 


[From Harper’s Young People, a weekly 
iliuetrated paper for boys and girls, pub 
lished by Harpor & Brothers, Now 
Torma $1.50 « year, postage prepaid. | 


© Wo'al,’ said tho driver, as ho gathored 


York. 


Important to Farmers, etc. 
If you would koop your kine, cats o, hogs, 
raés, sheep ani poultry ia the most perfcot 
ivo condition, mix HAr- 
VELL’S CONDITION PowDERS Océasiovally with 
theirfeed. ‘Those great spocifies are He wealth 
of the barn yard. 


THE CANDIDATE, Waking up the Shaker. 

A pedate Shaker, with his hair brushed | ho 
behind his cars and wearing a broad-brim- 
med hat, was surprised whilo stopping at & 
frontier town by being hus‘led,elbowed and 
Finally he turned on 
a fellow who bad pushed him off the side 
walk,and after thumping him againat a post 
a fow times asked him what he meant by in- 
sulting a peaceful Shaker. 

‘Blessed if you ain't a Shaker,’ said the 
discomfited gentleman,staunching thu blood 
from his nose ; ‘from your hat and 
hair tho boys all thought you were one of 
them Catamount Oharleys or Dead Shot 
Dicks that are traveling round and don't 
mind being booted about moro’n a yaller 


“Father, who travels the road so late?” 
oes the candidate; 
ea of human woes — 
re bade and late he goes. 
reeis the women with coviily grace, 
He cal" m the baby's aay tao, i 

6 fence 
He bores the merchant ioe clo ta 
The blackamith, whileh 
He griets, and this isth 


“Howdy, howdy, howdy do? 

How is your wife, and how are you? 
Ab! it fits my fist es no other can, 
The horny hand of the working man,” 


x 
, nit Toronto Ont, Canada, 


Geen, Belleville, 


GLASS ERUIT JARS 


JUST FO HAND. 


health snd remou*rat 


otherwise insulted. Soll overy 


he bores the clerk; os 
Falling Leaves! 

“Thoro is somethiog inexprossibly touch- 
iog in the falling leaves,’ 
thoro is, indecd, 
whon you slip on one of the articlos on a wot 
morning, and touch the unsympathetic pavo- 
Wat thore isin reality touching Jan- 
gusge,—language uttored from tho heart, yea, 
from tho depths of the soul, in the many 
theueands of teatimon*\ls ond lottera (un- 
from those who ouce 


sighed an enteomed 
It’s 


200 DOZ. Cr 


the Bests the Market, 
yr. 


FRUIT JARS 


usband, who 1s that man at the gate?” 
Hush, my love, 'tis the candidate, " 
“Husband, why can’t he worklike you? 
Has he nothing at home to do?” 

er a man is down, 

0 credit in town, 


6 licited) that o: me 
were sufferers from lung digesser, asthma an 
rnd who bavo ured N, 
Downs’ Vegetable Baleamic Elixir, and have 
been restored to their wonted health and 


eee 


wing His Business. 


Liberal Ofte rs for 1881, 


Two Years fo 


‘Too stupid to preach and too proud to beg, 
Too timid to rob and too esto dig, ; 

Then over bla horse his | 
And to the dear people this song ho sings: 


‘* ‘Howdy, howdy, howdy-do? 

How is your wife, and how are you? 

Lit fits my fist us no other can, 
horny hand of the working man.” 


r early and late, 
ad ie the candidate: 
Neo How does he stand 


‘Osan Ieee tho lady of the house?’ inquir 


*Woll, yes, you can if you ain’t blind" 
soappee the woman who had anowered tho 
I 


Post Mortem Icxamintions 
instances, led to the discovory of the ecars of 
compl -tely hosled absosesen or forces upon the 
| lurg. Thia of i solf shows that tho lung tissuo 
when disoased is susceptible of fortoration 
toa sound and healthy condition, 
afilictod with lung discaso may rea:onabl 
hope to recovor health by tho use of we 
Foremost among theso is 
Northrop & Ly man’s Emulsion of Cod Liver 
ypophorpbites of Lime and Soda, 
highly acoredite 


phe Price of One; 
THE REPRINTS oF 

THE BRITISH QUARTERLY (Zeangetical, 

LONDON QUARTERLY (Ghruse-cative, 

EDINBURGH ( }P/g), 

WESTMINSTIR (Libera 

REVADWs, 


‘Oh, Leg pardon, madam, you are tho 
lady of the houso, then?’ 

‘Yos, I am‘! What d’yer toko mo for? 
Did you think I was the gentleman of tho 
house, or the noxt door neighbor, one of 


thefarm hands, or the cat, or tho ice-| chosen remedies, 


‘1 didn’t know,madam, but you might bo 
tho youngost daughtor.’ 

‘Oh, did yer ? Wall that was nat’ral too,’ 
replied the lady of the houso, 


thoroughly teated 
specific for coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitir, 
spitting of blood and other pffeotiona of the 
I almonary irritation is promptly arrested by 
the Cod Liver Oil, and the hypophosphites, 
ch aré among tho finost renovante used by 
sicians, reviving tho flaggio 

debilitated spate ecivgionorcte gine 


"Howdy, howdy,} 
How ta a Liga 
my fist as no other o 

hand of the working man." 


ho podlar displayed his wares, and 
: ‘hat doorstep half en hour} py 
\s faco was fullof pleasure and his 
Were full of money. 
uman naturo and gota good sale. 


ali in J 
if abril ment or atin 
AGE) ENCLUDING 


Oruelty to animais, 

There aro soolotics for the provention of 
But mon and womon 
grow pig-hoaded whon their stomachs aro do- 
y insist npon eating ot all 
| hours of tho day and night whatever 
) yorted and normal appotites crave, u 

booomo inourable dyspoptios, A 

largo foolingly on the thome 0 
| Solmale”’ and thon rotire to the 4 
orgo huge . “ 
Whioh is wore deaaliee of Jiitaa 
Every house sho 


A mothorly-lookin 
carefully handed 


g woman yeatorday 
; tho stamp-clerk at the 

office a lotter marked ‘in haste,’ and 
Hired if thoro was any oxtra 


the pons of the 


Blackwood or any one 
make, and all 


Teckwood and any on oruclty to animale, 


sterbr.ok Steel Pon Co,’s 
stationors are ready to supply 


blaox 
pecker and three 


7 Ob, none at all,’ 
} How soon wil 
y In about fort 

No sooner than that 1’ 
ght hiro « spootal train and 
ut twonty minutos.’ 
© too much t y 
AUD none at all,’ pal 

© thought fora moment, t 

irne 

ire uvor three or fopr times, cigans 


Puttnor'’s Mmulsion. 


wasting dincavos, Sorofula, Norvous 


1 the letter go out | 


Brain, Bronchial and Throat Affootions, Con. 

Asthma, Whooping-Congh, 
Women and obildron, and 
Which Cod Liver Oil q 
ao highly aad just! 


15.00 « “ 
(Me prices oharged hy 
(, Jentainte of the Period. 
many other partic. 


got it off in abo 


HUGAM COATED 
ovil of cramming 
antil wo fool light 
for from paralyala 
o offal and ronovate tk 


Sold everywhere 


bors ™99 havo the numb ) 
at thé Miee of one year's cule 


» Price 50 conta, 


Mothers | Mot, 
ean you dloturhe 

fF roat by aalok 
With tho oxcruciati 


*T guess I won't ank coh reroll 
train, but if you will 
tolograph my aistor that I have 
1 her that I can’t come til] 
onday, and to by at the depot to moot 
mothor didn’t Yo to Toled 

Tl be over #0 mu ‘4 
Good morning.’ 


you to hiro an special 


hile 
id suffering a rt to the Suffering 


[fousehold Panacea” has no equal 
vain, both Internal and oxternal, 


or old, wo will fur 


2° 
sce 

——— 2 
4 


th 
Liclser ion offioa, W'S SOOTHI 


the poor little auf 
Upon it; thore Ig 
nota mothor » 


roat, Rhoumatian, Toothache, 
lany kind of « Vein or 
most surely quicken tho Blood and Heal, 
powor le wonderful,” 
' boing acknowlodyod aa 
qroat Pain Rellovor,and of double the atrongth 
| of any other Wlixir or Linimont in the world 
‘ae it roally la tho beet remody In the world 
| for Cramps in tho Stomach, 

Aches of all kinds,"” and in for walo by all 

Drogglote at 25 conte a bottle, 


Pubishing Co 
MAY St, New You«, ( 


mu. B ‘Roblin 
till dole faree tee 


"For Cougt 
palate, J Port 


“pon tho firet appeara: ae he 
0 
anys, there would lie 


Hagyard’s Yellow Oil 


Putner’s Hmulsion, 


cate stomach oan retain it, 


“DUFFY'S MUSTARD 


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— - — _ _ Manufactured at the Cavada Coffeo and 
myself, it’s beon 4 long since | Spice Mille, 73 St. James St, Montreal Ae 
tailed by all grocers. 152dly 


LIFE INSURANCE CO'Y OF MONTREAL 


“LI BDRALITY AND SHOCURITY. 


The only Company in America issuing Unconditional 


A General Stampede, 

Never Was such a rush made for any Drug 
tore 88 la now at James Clark & Co,, for a 
Trial Bottle of Dr, King's Now Discovery for 
Vonsumption, ¢ oughaand Colds All persone | 
alllioted With Asthmes, Bronchitis, Hoarse 
nes’, Severe Coughs, er any sffeotion of the 
Throat and Lungs, can git a Trial Bottle of 
Dee seen free, by oalliog at above 

Holloway's Pille ave sooaritios of health to 
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given hopo, relief, and comfort to millions, 
lo irtitation and dobil ity, gonerated by 
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ronovaling, and rostorative, They rapidly | 
drive from@the system tho mortal cause of | 
silment, and rovew in tho frame ite pristine 


Tho San i ‘ 
he San issues also inoomp+rably the most liberal Accident policy in oxistonce, No other 


animation, he d vigo The il 
meee and igor pedl sre! oompany in Amorioa gives days of grace on Accident polici 


increase tho appetite, give tose to the stom. 
ach, assist the digestion, and impart elsaticity 


to tho opirits ; thore casence enters tho clrvala- 
tion and, carried through it course, oxorts 
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ill dics fy — 
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is rocommended Four oealo by all dealers at 
25. per botil-, 


BELLEVILLE 


Wo beg leave to call our readers’ attention 
to tho adycrtiseoment of Putnor’s Emulsion, 
which nppoare ia our columns, and judging | 
{rom the high modical reputation it bears, it 
will merit the confidence of the profession and 
publio at large. Tho inventor claims it con- 
tains o larger porcoatage of pure oil than any 
other Emulsion, and ia made in a very pleas. 
ant and palatable form, so that the most doli- 


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Prince > peed and Maritime Provinces’ ee ess i hs eee ates 11:00 a.m 6:05 p.m. 
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Monie, Burnbrao & Brinkwort 7:00 a. 
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elina Mountain Viow, Rossm: : 

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y 
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ae ie 


CITY ASSESSMENT, 


1882. 
NOTICE. 


Foster Warp—Ono Friday, 4th Novem- 


r, A. D, 1881. 
vember, A. D., 1851. 
ber, A.D, 1°81. 


vember, A. D. 1881. 
r, A. D. 1881, 


12th November, A. D. 1£81, 


of. 


1882 will be heard at this Court, 


By order of the Court, : 
R. NEWBERY, 


RULES 


Frost. 


in attendance, 
By order of the Court, 


Chairman. 


A SUPPLY OF 


JUST RECRIVED. 


secretions ; at the same time Corre 


Acidity of the Stomach, curing B 


Dryness of the Skin, Dropsy, 
4 | ness of Vision, Jaundice, Salt Rhe' 
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Fluttering 
the Heart, Nervousness and Ge 
Debility ; all these and many other 


of BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS, - 


For sale by all dealers, 


DIAMOND BRAND 


—FOR SALE AT— 


TENDERS WANTED. 


FPYENDERS for tho following supplios for 


the Police Foroo: 


Irish Peiozo Overconats and Wator- 


proof Capes, Boots, and 
Winter Pants, 


For furthor particulara apply to the Chiof 


of Po ive, 


Tondora roceived up to the dth November, 
A.D, 1881, and to be addressed to the under. 
signed, 

coy K. NEWBERY, 
Olork to the Commissioners, 
Bolloville, Oot, 27, 188), ; dtd 


Postago, 50. per 4 oz. by each route, Rogistration foo, Bo. 
Monxy Oxpxrs grantod on all Monoy Order offices in Canada, United tain, 
Prinoe Ed ewioan’ ad India. aor caeaiete a al 


Rogistored 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 


Groat Britain and 


HE Court of Revision to hear and de- 
termine appeals against tho sssesement 
882, will meet at the Pol’os Court, City 
Hall, at 7:30 p, m. each evening as horeafter 
mentioned, and will take up the appeals of 
Why I’ve known tho show towns to bo | the assessment for the soyeral wards ia the 
thirty miles apart an’ thom was tho times | following order : 
whon we had lively work of it ; riding all 
night and working all day kind of wears on} ber, A. D, 1881. 
¢ Samson Warp—On Saturday, 5th Novem- 

‘Yes, [ a’pose so,’ snid Toby witha sigh be 
as he wondered whether he had got to work 
os hard as that; ‘but I suppose you get 
all you want to eat, don’t you ? 

‘Now you've atruck it,” said Ben with 
tho air of one about toimpart a world of | vembor, A. PD, 1881. 
wisdom, as he crosred one leg over tho 
other, that his position might be as com- 
fortable os possible while he was initiating b 
his young companion into the mys eries of | °° 
‘I’ve hadall the boys ride with 
me since l’ve been with this show, an’ l’ve 
tried to start them right; but they didn't 
geem to profit by it, an’ always got sick of 
the show, an’run away, just because they 


Persian Gulf, Portuguese Col in Africa 
Syretape alan = 


and Malacca :—Letters, 10 cts. - ‘ost cards, 4 each. N pers, 

= Oz, , Sots. owsps. 

oz. Books &o, Scents for 4ox, Other Registration foes, 10 cents. 

West India Islands, via Halifax, ame rate as formerly. Prepayment by etamp in all cases 
}. H. MEACHAM, 


NORMAN'S 


ACME ELECTRIC APPLIANCE. 


Kxrcneson WAnp—On Monday, 7th No- 
Batpwis Warp—On Tuesday, 8th Novor- 
Buxxcker WARp- On Wednesday, 9:h No- 
Coraman Wanp—On Thursday, 10h No- 


Murxzy Wanp—On Friday, 11th Novem- 


‘| \HIS Electric Appliance is made of separate galyanic cells, connected with pliable wire. 
thus making a complete galvanio battery in belt form, which can be readily applied to 
of the body for curative purposes, appliance may be ned so as to the 
full force of the united cells directly through any part of the body, either lengthwise or across ; 
or it can be used along or around any part, so that each cell may impart its amount of power 
In one case it is a constant, intense current, which can be increased to a point 
almost unbearable; in the other it is a constant, mild current, nearly imperceptible. Medical 
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the Sexual Organs, Nervous Debility, and all thosediseases peculiar to young men, and affeo- 
tions of the womb in women. It is particularly adapted to cases where the nerves are lacerated 
and the organs sore, contracted. weak orrelaxed. A suspensory attachment is made to use 
with it where it is necossary. This appliance does not soil the underclothing like Palvermach 
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without any of their disadvantages, It can be worn on any part of the body, either round the 
waist or down he back, or leg or arm, so that it can be used with advantage in all diseases 
where electricity is beneficial. [See large Circulars.) This appliance can be repaired at small 
cost, so that practically it ir ‘ndestructible. . j 
The price of the Acme Appliance is $10.00 to $15.00, according to power. Th  uspensory 
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These can be used in all the cases where the Belts of the same name are mentioned in large 


nlars 
The buckle end of the belt is a negative pole, 
Consultation and large circular free. 


Unfinished business in Foster, Samson, 
Ketcheson and Baldwin Wards, Saturday, 


Unfinished business in Bleecker, Coleman 
and Murney Wrrds, Tuesday, 15th Noyem- 
. ber, A. D, 1881, at which Court all uofinish- 
didn’t look out for themselves as they | od businoss will be heard and finally disposed 
Now listen tome, Toby, an’ re- 
member what Isay. You sev, they put us 
all in a hotel together, an’ somo of theso 
places where we go don’t have any too much 
stuff on the table. Whenever we strike a | notice. 
now town, you findout at the hotel what 
time thoy have the grub ready, an’ you ‘be 
on hand so as to get in with the first, Eat 
all you can and fill your pockets.’ 

‘If that’s all afellor has to do to 


travel with a circus,’ said Toby, ‘I’m just] OF the Court of Revision for the City of Belle- 
ville for the year 1882 will be the eame as for 


Appeals only against the assessment for 


* Of which all p-reons are required to take 


City Clerk. 


Assossora for 1882 are hereby notified to be 


H TO HE FRERERR—JHE CREAT EUKOP Ye 
THE SUN ae Sea 
EDICH 
Da. J, 8. Bimrao'’s Brecinieo Memuse 
poate cure for Bpermatorrhes, Lop 
oaknors, and all diseases resulting frou 
Abuse, an Nervous Déebility, Irritability, 
tal pea A Languor, Lasaitade, Depreeslo 
Hpirits and Functional Derangements of 


: ervoun system generally, laine in back or 
sme oA ee 


101 


——— 


that lead to Con] / 
sumption, Insan-) 
ity, and an early 
or both, 


shattered thesys LB he 


Life Policies. 


—_——— hh: 


before waa dew and gious. The 
cific Medicine is being naed with wonderful suc- 


30% 


ME ee ee ae 00 per packies, or ox pack 
06, c " Ce ° 
ea for s8.00, iil ba met by mall on recely 
of money, reas all 6, 
NORTHE 
Toronw, Wholesale 
Bold in Belleville by Jas, Vlarke & 


- = = = = = = about $1,000,000, 


—— 10: 


10% 
tt R, Macavtay, (LIMITED,) 
ico-Prosident, Manage | arn 
1881 sffad 188 


7 
Oe ren 
AEs ; 
nS aaesias in 


J, 


oponing until close of Seaon, or f 
notice, ran abont as under ; 


POST OFFICE. 


Tk By Steamer “ 4 
Obed Dieta. Y r Pilgrim. 


ll am., 3.30 p.m. and 5.45 p.m. 


<enton I ire, 
By Steamer “ Deseronto.” 
200 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 


Pee eee ee ee eee eee ee eee) 


200 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 


12:00 noon, | Bellevilic3, Big Island 3:45, North 
3:50 a.m, 


12-00 noon, 
12:00 noon, 
12:00 noon, 
10:00 a.m. 


at 5:15, Brock: 
Cla 11:15, Gananoque 1 p.m,, 
3:30, Amborst leland 4:45, Bath 5:30 


10, 
CONNECTIONS, 


a, St. Pierro, Sorvia, 


Switzerland, and Turkey. And via United States :—Berm Bahamas, | Picton—With Prince Edward Ry. 


and America, pee St. Pe od belon, Persia, via 
Ooeanioa, Trinidad, Spanish Colonies 
Ouba and Porte Rico, Straits settloments in Sings- 


way. Ogdensburg—With 0 

Take Champlain, Utica & Blac’ 

Rome, Watertoan & arene Railways.) 
BR, C. CARTER, Manager, 


foal Weakuten, bone ot 
brouxht on by 


bag tb IDOON a& OO.. 


——————9—__—_ 


A. NORMAN, 


Queen Street East, Toronto. 


R. NEWBERY, 
JAMES St, CHARLES, City Clerk, 


CITY DRUG STORE. jess: 


Owners of Steam Boilers, | necesssrily employed in the investigation of 


ST. JACOB'S OL! 


Boilers periodically inspeote i, by the Savings Bank Department. 


R, TEMPLETON, 


Daraaist, 


THE KEY TO HEALTH. 


GEO, O, ROBB, 
N.B,—Send for pamphlet and rates, 224d&wlyr Mannger. 


CANADIAN STEAM USERS’ INSURANCE ASSOCIATION | Four rex cent interest allowod on Dspos- 
Sir Atex. Campnett, President. its. No notice required of withdrawal. 
Hon. Joux MoMurnicn, Vice-President. Ovrick—Front Strost, betwoen City Lal 
Head office, 9 Victoria St., Toronto, and Bridge Street, 
‘ A. F. JONES, “| Straight loans at 7 por cent, No fines 
Soo, -Tross’r. No commissions, + 
neer. J, P, O, PHILLIPS, 


SPECIAL NOTICE rr 
TO THE AFFLICTED.| { HAL 


Unlocks all the clogged avenues of the 
Bowels, Kidneys and Liver. carrying 
off gradually without weakening the system, 
all the impurities and foul humors of the 


ousness, Dyspepsia, Headaches, Dize 
ziness, eartburn, Constipation, 


Drs, Williams and Nash REN EWER . 


May be consulted at tho : 
e of the Detroit Throat Has been in constant ) 
Lung Institute, uso by the pubilo 


Branch Offic 
and 


t., over Ovorell’s store, opposite 
lssgow Warchouso, 


BHULLE VIDOE 


lar oo ee ield to the happy influence 
on all the various disoasos of the 


Sample Bottles 10c; Regular size $L\ 


T. MILBUEN & CO,, Proprictors, Toronto. inoluding tho EYE, EAR and HEART. 


TO THE FRONT AGAIN. 


4) THE OLD RELIABLE 


All disoasos of tho a apt organs treat. skin, Tt wail increase and 


y : 
Medicated Inhalation, hair, prevent its binuching Saal | 


combined with por canstitutional remo- and falling off, and (hus |} asi | 


dies,—Ovor 20, 
head office in Dotroit since 1870. 


sarta of Canada from those 


FRESH OYSTERS! 


orsonally for anoxamination, allkon softness which all 


othorwiso writefor a List of Questions, Ad admire, It keeps tho head 
dross - 


7T. 8. COE OTH HRS’. Dns, WILLIAMS & NASH, 


Ty iP ligt 
1E most comfortable and popular route 
Laat and Woat (via Hamilton), to 
Panis, London, Kincardine, Sarnia, and points 

in Wontorn Canada, 


and Michigan pointe, 
is, Omaha, San Franolaco, 


Dernorr, Saginaw, 
Omroado, St, Lou 


MANrrona, Dakota, and tho groat North-west 


Ticket and Ina, A 


INOTICSE: ELA STINGS ee asp a 
e , 
Siva alray rane though he LOAN AND INVESTNENT SOCIETY} wines, 

tor astings - ELLEVIL 

hie aad = of fereteaiee B Ee ONT. Inks, 
_ pana es agenesis CAPITAL, $250,000. Envelopes, 
Dated 22nd June, A. a rey ILEY ONEY TO LOAN on Farm or City prop- 
Chief Engineer T, & O, R’ erty, at lowest current rates. 
y FLL Payments can be made to fall due at any —sT— 

0. RY. 58d1m | 80a80n of the year tosuit borrowers. No de- 


nat explosion granted on | Mortgages Purchased. ROBERTSON BLOCK 
gs ani , =z 


Maohiuery, and 


EGETABLE (= 


for over tiventy youre, \ 
and ist ee 
dis the best proparation hae 


: eae Areas Brinvon & Portland MW 
eVor Invented for RESTOR- The pe a as ee 


Wanted ¢ 


HEAD, THROAT & CHEST, ING GRAY HAIR TO ITs || is : 
YOUTHFUL COLOR AND <a or " GENERAL SERVANT wintall 
—-s LIFE. Ohemiat | to Mrs. Gro, Tayior, Sou 
Tho doctor will also attend to all a || Uhemist | Oct. 29, 
hronic, Blood & Nervous Diseases food ant cor to the balel| and P| m2 — RES de 
0 ronie, 0 glands without staining the ieadlily | David B. Robertson, 


Physi- 


thicken the growth of the 


! 


LF re resigned the 


of hls profession {n «1! {ta branches, 


ur AVERT BALDNESS. 
succes fally treated at o I reoom- | goes RR ne Ottive Blook, Bridge 
Tho very best of roforences mtven from op It cures Itching, Erup- jmend it WN. R—Mr. Ro has been avon 
remiy* of tlons and Dandrull, Aso aso hore of the Landed Ranking and Loan 
Romodies sent to all parte of Ontario, HAIR DRESSING it Is vory t i} | pany—a company offering special low 
Consuvtation FREE desirable, giving the hair a |} stint h raton of intarest to farmers, Mo: 


bonght end sold 


in modi- 


clean, aweet and healthy, cine | 


Belleville Ont, Tesuor of M 


fata + 8 


BURTON’ 


ALL HEALING 


aso 


Vintdigh > 


RAILWAY. 


BLACK at discretion, Boing in one 
preparation it ia easily applied, and 
produces ® permanent color that will 


not wash off, Joh 
PREPARED bY sn in Btreek, entra 


; ia Man vy React, 


BF Ank for 


R. P, HALL & CO,, NASHUA, NH, © | Entolttcenoer Vrinting and Pub 


Burvato, Rochester, Boston, Now York and 
”, , rf Sold by all Dealers In Medicine, Ishing Company (Lint 
ant drawing-room and pean mre at : eoateae ted), 
rough (Cee Delo, hi- INOTIO:S. I 0 Jauranon, Gn. K 
, Boston and w York, without change, —— rr Rar, 
Mining care Fant rotfh Suspension Bridge So Bp alr have removed th ir | ao SG reasarer, 
Grand Trunk and other lines make m G, T, R. Depot to the Masonio | . 
close connootiona at Toronto, Blook, opposite the Upper Bridge, Bollovilla, | aor be pret A nha te Te antho 


For Tiokots and nocessary information via | 7° T. FULLER & Go 
thie most desirable eave sly to and * rooalpte for the sama, 
, Dt 


NELLY, $B 72a" $12 aday at home eanly | men on the 


Bellet. Tave & Co., Augusta, Maine, 


tem may be from axconses of any kind, hn short 
course of this Medicine will restore the lost funo- 
tions and procure Health and Happiness, where 


com. Pamphlets sent free to all, Write for 
loularn. 


The Deseronto NavigationCo, 


HE Steamors of this C myeny will, from 
urther 


Napanee and Deseronto Line. 


Leave Napaneo at Ga.m, 9am., L156 p.m 
and4:15 p.m. Leave Deseronto at 7.30 a.m, 


Picton, Meseronto, Belleville & 


Teave Picton at 6a. m,, Thompson's 6.30 
Roblin’s 6.45, Heogh’s 7, Deseronto 7,30 
Northport 8,15, Big Inland 8:45, Belleville 10 
Rednervillo 1039, Arnvo at Trenton 1 


12:15 p. Desoronto 5:30, Hough’s 6, Koblin’s 6:15, 
Ay Thompson's 6:20. pos at Picton 7:20) Q- 
Thonsand Island Line, Viz.1 Dese- 

ronto, Kingston & Ogdensburg. 

BY STEAMER “AKMENIA” 
On Tucedays, Thursdays and Saturdsys will 
leaye Deeeronto at 5 a.m, calling at Picton at 
6:45 s.m., Bath 10, Amherst T+l.ad 11, Kings 
ton 12:30 p.m., Gananoque 2:30, Clayton 
Laermer Bay Jesihiniee de) 8, Tyee 9, 
v Ogdensburg the same evening atl. 
on Monbe vs, Wednosdays and Fridays will 
leaye Ogdens' ure at 5 a.m., calling at Prescott 
7, Alexandria a AS, 


8 arriving at Deeeronto the same evening at 


Tronton—With Prince E.iward 
um, Denmark, Iceland, t, Franoe, Algeria, Germany, Gibraltar, | Grand Trunk saitatiae) tir pal vith 


> 


ano 


que 
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qeodguer 


“THLE 


ei 
growed 


orpry 


. 


KV 


D1 


“xe 


“Sd Tat 


‘goqad [rwqor7 70 ydyooor TO MAoIT PY uw 
oveti 01¥ SaLLZUV 


dmvs 01001 10045, 


sexoq 9 
anomiA 10 WIT 


" GLOBE TOBACCO C0,, 


DETROIT, Micit., » and | WINDSOR, Onr 


PAPER BAGS 


Stationery, &c- 


Lazier's Paper Store 


$5 10 $2 bia et 8 = 


the Grand Janotion allway Clemgeare 
will dovoto his whol» attention to the practioe 


 A.G. NOW ~ FOR oat, ’ 


Orrron, Sian RLUNYILLE. 


GLYCERINE SOAP 


Oures all Mieorven of the 


the bands reft ann amooth, 
Wholesale by A. SAVAGE & SONS, Wh or, 


All Bille, Notes, to be ani! other Doon. 


ite 
Costly oulAt tree. Adieey | the slguabare of the Preaideok tn etapeeeet® 
at ty pop tt " mas 


= — 


VOL. 15. 


ISNI. A681. 


SUMMbR SERVICE. 


\ ALLAN LINE 
“i < 


| Business Directory. 


John J. B, Flint, 


YOLIGITOR for Bank of Commerce. Office, 
Campbell Streot. Money to loan at lowoat 


LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS ESSENTIAL —LIBERALITY IN THINGS NoT Ess 


Of Liverpool! and London, 


FIRE AND LIFE. 


rata. No charges for commission, Capital . . . $10,009.000 
Pn thy wu : a Surplus - - - 3,000,000 

ae : SS Pougall & Fatkiner, ; 
zie > ik ‘ ARRISTERS and Attorneys, Notarica OES « gonoral Theurance Huaolnoss, and 
A Af wy. B Fublic. OfMfico—Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 givon sa undoubted security, and fosuron 
+ aay 5 ae at as low raton as avy othor first olass Com- 


= Campboll St., Bolloville, Outario, 
i & 2 fe iy 3 


STEAMSHIPS, 


A. R. Dovaats, Q C. 


William N. Ponton, M.A., 


Ronen xEee d ARRISTER, Attomoy, Solicitor in Chan- 
i rr y oery, Conyeyanor, &o. Office, No. 3, oet 
& Liverpool, na x an Odice Block, Bolloviilo, Loans negotiated. 
* —EEE pS ees SS ——— 
Fe Edward G, Ponton, 


BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. 
Office in Gordon Block, Front St. 
Monoy to loan at lowest rates, 


3 ateclass Olydo-bailt iron steamships 
» Ewes ne (carrying the Canadian 
and United States Mails,) willbe despatched 
as follows:— : 

SAILINGS FROM QUEBEC; 


‘ POLYNESIAN, = + = 29th Oct 


Fe ce. in 
‘SARMATIAN, = © + 26h “ 
RATES OF PASSAGE: = 

Belleville via Quebeo:—Cabin noo! 

Se ruettion ol Neate $79.80, $89.80. 
termediate, with first-class Railway Fare, 


straight loan, no commission, 


W. J. GIBSON, BA, M.D.,.0.0. 


Hospital. Graduate of Queen's Univer- 


Dafoe House Blook. = = d&w ‘ 
J, E. Bakins, M. D, 


i with first-class Railway Fare, $32. 
Return Tickets at reduced rates, 


Hotel and Church Stroots, Belleville. 


| he ee 


yer A. W ‘PONTON, 
> ROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR, Bello- 
proses iP ville, Odice in the Gordon Block, near- 
send for their friends can | Jy over Overell’s Book Store, 
artilicates at lowest rates from ——<$— 
I pony Scotland, to any place in BELL & BIGGAn, 


"The last train connecting at Quobeo with B Corner of Bridge and Front Stroets, 
tho Allan Mail Steamer will loave Belleville | Bolloville, Oataris, 
— pyory eriday at noon. Joun Butt, Q. C. W. H. Biaoar, _ 


roarkapeg ot emg ; BLAIR & HOUGH 
* t , 

Oe Tere tin exe ARRISTERS, &e., offices No. 4 Ashley 
Block,over Canadian Bank of Commerce; 


Ropertson & Thomas, 
ARRISTERS, &o. — Office—Robertson 
— Block, east sido of Front Street, Bolle- 
Commovtous AND Favonrre Passznoxx | yillo, Ont. 


C. & THOMPSON, 
Agent, Belleville, 


. 


J, Parker Tuomas, 


Deianey & Ostrom, ; 
| > ecm meee Attorneys, eto., — 


Peterson & Foterson, 

ARRISTERS, Attornoys-at-Law, Solici- 

tors in Chancery, Insolyenoy, and Mo- 
chanica’ lien cases, Conveyancors, &o., &o. 

Head Offico corner Bridge and Front Sts., 
Belloville. 

Branch office O’Flynn’s Black, Madoo, 
A. M. Pererson, B. O.W. Parunson, B.A. 


Geo. D. Dickson, Q. C., 
ARRISTER, &o., Post Office Blook, 
Bridgo Streot, Belleville. 


Sam’l. 8. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor {n Cha. 
oery, Conveyanoor, &o, Osricu—No. 4, 
Graham's B) entrance from Oampbel/ 
Street, Belle 


John J, Pariocy, N.D. 
( FFICE and Reaidence,—Front Streot, 
over Carmichael’s Drug Store, 


=ZANDRA, 
: Cy eras Sutra, 
ILL, until further notice, leave Belle- 
W ville every Saturday evening and 
jon 8 o’elock Monday evening, down- 


Returning, leaves Kingston at six o’clook 
Saturday morning for Bay Ports. — 


way, and seaside resorts. For farther in- 
apply tothe Captain on Board or 


Dr. G@. James 
AS removed his office to his residenoo, 


Ohurch St: near the Kingston 
root, ° ingo 


Steamer “ VARUNA,” 


P’ J, A. PORTE, Carraiy, 
. o'el a NM RADUATE of Queen’s Univeralty, and 
§ rept Ports betwee the of member of the College of Ph Ansa 


. Belleville at 8 a, 5 , 
m. leave Pletcal Atl pict on return fox Surgeons of Ontario. Ovrric”a—In Robortwon’s 


the head of the Bay; leav'ay’ Bolloville at 4:30 | Now, Bloc 


West Front Street, next to 
itute, Belleville, dal5s 


Evans & Holger, 
ROVINOIAL LAND SURVEYORS 
Arohitoots, Civil Engineers and 

Agonts. Officoo—Dominion Buildings, Brid 
Street, Bolloville, .Surveying in all its 
branches in any part of Ontario promptly 
attended to. Drawings, Spoolfioations, Boy, 
ofinventions and Patents appliod for, 

Joux D, Evans, Txos, O. Reraxn, 
Pp. L.8.,0, B. & A. P.L.8. 


BANKING OFFIGE 
U. E THOMPSON, 


May 21, 881. d&w 


G. CRAWFORD, MASTER, 
W ILL leave Belleville « roing 

(Saturdays and Sadar ‘pmeed) at 
6 o'clock, calling at intermediate porte both 
ws 


Beta will leave Kin, 


ae re Ree Bellville Buro8 Sreuxt, Bacievinin, Owe. 
Tho ‘‘Horo” connects at Kingston with the 
G. © Bg East _ A Abs ‘Boval ales 
. treal, Toronto 


Hamilton 
2 Vinseat, and steamers for Bidéeu Conal and 


wa. 
For further information a to 

Ww. ORME RELL. 
Belloviile, May 6, 1881. 


Bought and Sold, 


Deposits recatyed, wubject to withdrawal 
d&w | without notice aud fatorest allowed. 


MANHOOD. 
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! 


We have revently published a now 
edition of Dr. Oulverwell’s Oele- 

ted ee, on tho radical and per: 
Debi aa ( i ttonay of Lohr 
yY, Mental an ysloal Inoapacity, 
Lapediments to Marriage, oto., resulting from 


Ox0eunea, 
OF Price, In s toaled anyelopo, only 6 cents, 
oF kwo postage ataxnpa. 
The celebrated author, {a this eAmirablo 
Kauy, olearly demonstrates, from thirty years’ 
corwafy) prectios, that alarming conse 
noes may he radically cured wi + tho 
uso of Interns medicine or the 
; pHostion of the knife ; polnting ont a mode 
oe st once almple, certain and offectual, 
by mesos of which oyory sufferer, no mattor 
what bh condition ma may cure bimeol 
Gn privately berg ically. 
se@ This Lecture should be in the bands of 
every youth and every man {p tho land, 
Address 
THE OULVERWELL MEDICAL Co., 
41 Aun 8t., Now York 
Post Office box 4594. Oly 


/ RIVER SIDE MEAT MARKET. 


ARTIES wishing to purchase good meat 

at fair prices, would do woll to call at the 

Riverside Meat market, All kinds of Frosh 
and Salt Mests kept constantly on hand, 
W. H. GEARY, 


AGENTS Wrte oBig2ay let 
’ Jae Lan w Gn. 2 mt yr 


ewoek {n your own town, Torms 
4 $66 and $5 casts froo, ‘Address i 
Hatterr & Co,, Portland, Maine, 


~ RUPTURE 
Chas. Cluthe’s 
Pat Spiral Tiucs 


FOR ovnE or Rurrouns, 


ERTIRELY NEW PRINCIPLE 
Nothing better and moro substaritial undor the 
sun! you are ruptured o- deformed send 
for book on Rurrone anv Homan Frame, by 
Chas. Clathe. Bost informa’‘on of a life-long 
study. Natural mechanical advantage #; 18 
years’ material ox: moo and best tools mon- 
ey oan buy, made porfoct master of his 
ofeasion. Will visit ag follows: Come early 
Don't t for the Inst hour, 
Late of Hamilion. CHAS OLUTHE, 
1184 King St, Wost, Toronto; Ont, 


WILL Visir 


PETERBOROUGH, Chonat House, Oct. 6th, 
“FLLEVILEE, Anglo-American Hotol, 
Oct. 7th and 8th. 


PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN. | 


m 
PETERSON & PETERSON, 
Barristors, &o., 
Raelleville and Madoo, 


BR. G. 8, RYERSON, L.R.O.P, and 8, & 


and Contral London Throat and Kar Hospital 


ville, professionally, on Saturday, Deo, 10th. 


N, B. FacKoner. 


_ A small 
sum of privato junla on hand at six porcent., 


i were House Surgeon of Kingston General 
sity. Physician, Surgeon, Accoacher, Office 


RADUATE of Toronto University, Licen- 
tiate of the Royal Colloge of Surgeons, 

and Licentiate of the Royal College of Physio- 
jians, Edinburgh, Oftice and residence corner 


ARRISTERS, Attornoys, &o. Ovvicxs— 


CITY BILL POSTER 


Globes, Shades, Chimneys, Wicks and Burnora 


$8000 <ree ae he 


Aor! 18. 1880 (aw 


EYE, FAR AND THROAT 


Leoturor on Eyo, Kar and Throat, Tria 

{ty Collogo, Toronto, and Surgoon to Marpor 
Kyo and Kar Infirmary, late Clinfoal Aauistan. 
oorfiold's Kyo (ag se London, Englaod, 


317 Church Street Toronto, will visit Belle. 


a FORRES & MUDGE, 
Montroal, Chiof Agonts for Canada. 
R. NEWBERY, 
j Agent for Belleville 


Good News for | the Multitude. 
CHOICE FLOUR VERY CHEAP. 


4 Mie Guelph Patont Proooys Flouring Mills 
will open a Retail Store in tho 


Masonic Block, Belleville, 


opposite the Uppor Bridge. 

Those mills are situated in the best wheat 
growing section of Ontario, and four mado in 
them cannot be surpassed, if equaled, in Can- 
ada, 

All nalos guaranteod to jive ontiro satiafao- 
tion, and will bo soldl cheaper than any equal- 
ly good floaranywhere. Try a sample lot and 
peo what good flour is, 
5w3t THOS. PULLER & OV. 
HH ANBY’S TRADE MANUAL—Proc- 

tical books for practical men—frosh, 
full, roliable and choap.—Vainter, 50cts, Car- 

mter, 50, Watolimaker and Jowelor, 50. 
Pontes and Cabinet Finisher, 50. Dyer 
and Soourer, 50. Artist, 50. Baker, 60, 
Candymaker, 60. Soapmaker, 25, Gilder, 
50. Horseshoer, 25. Authorship, 50. Wood- 
engraver, 250, Ofbooksellers, or by mail, 
JESSE HANEY & Co, 119 Nossau St.,N.Y, 


VINEGAR, — 
VINEGAR. 


FoR 


TABLE, and 
PICKLING USE. 


English Malt Vinegar 
French Wine Vinegar, 
Charlton’s Vinegar, 
PURE CLDER VINEGAR. 


WALLBRIDGE & CLARKE, 


Grooxns anD Wins MERCHANTS. 
37 & 39 Bridge Street 
July 27th, 1881. 


JOHN J. SHEA, 


AND DISTRIBUTOR. 


—_ 


#@ Ordors by Post Office or Printing Offices 
will be promptly attended to. 


YOUNG & BROTHER 


MANUFACTURERS OF 
Kerosene Fixtures, 


AND 
BRONZE STAND LAMPS, 
And wholesalo dealers in Coal Oi) Lamps, 


17 John Street North, Hamulton. 
as Sond for Illustrated Catalogue and price 
Hist. All orders by mall will rocelve prompt 
attention, 180d) yr 


HAVE YOU TRIED 
THE LI-QUOR TEA YET 2 


The Li-Quor Tea Co.,, 


OF LONDON, ENGLAND, 


_ 
Tho largest and best Packot Tea Co, in the 
world. Tho buyer of 


Every Three Pounds of Tea 


Will be presented with 


A HANDSOME VOLUME | 


Chown from our catalogue, which includes 
upwards of 800 distinct volames, Stand- 
ard Authors, 


Price of Tea 60, 70 & 80 cts. 
Per Pound. 


Itin not necessary to purchaso the three 
» fas’ h 
poundy at once, as a Voucher is printed on 


Each Half Pound Packet. 


Call and seo our splendid sagsortment of 
books, and procure a catalogue, 


J. C. REYNOLDS, 


Booksellor & Stationer, Britgo St., 
135d6m Agont for Bollovitle. 


OYSTERS, 
OYSTERS, 


AT 


THE CITY BAKERY, 


JAS. WALLACE. 


Sept. 20th, 1861, 


: ie 


BELLEVILLE ONTARIO: MONDAY, NOVEMBEK. 7. 
‘QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY! LOOK FOR THE | 


GIANT SIGN! 


OAK HALL, 
CLOTHING HOUSE, 


—THE— 


GIANT CLOTHIERS, 
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Adams in the Arctic. 


THE DUNDER WHALING CAPTAIN & ACCOUNT 
OF HIS RECENT VOYAOK, 


Lonpon, Nov'’r 2.—Tho Patl Mnll Gazelle 
Bays: ‘* Tho first meeting uf the Geograpbi- 
cal Society promises io be of unusvo! interest. 
1t wi"! be devoted entirely to Arctic mattors. 
It is ospocted that come ono wi! read # paper 
from Captain Adainy, the Dundeo whaler, 
about his remarkable Arctic voyage I st y+ ar. 
Norderskjol4 is expected in London in tho 
early part of the month, and it is to be ho; od 
thav he will bo caught. Tao subjects for d's- 
coMmiou will be the whereabouts of Leigh 
Swith, who set out early in the summer for 
renx Joset's Land, aud bas not yet retu. 204; 
also of the Dutch expedition in the Willem 
Barents, supporcd to be caught ‘1 the ice “1 
the neighborhood of Spitzberyen, Another 
po'nt of Aacassion wil! be the fat» of tho 
Jeannette and the proposed ‘ytorcolonis| search 
expedition next wammer fad the scheme of 
Polar obrorvationx, the first of which was 
sottled at Lady Franklin's Bay, up Smith's 
Sound, somo time ago. ‘Loere wi'! be, there- 
fore, no want of variety. Krom the ers with 
which Capt. Adevng er''ed a) out so far North 
sud tho rapidity with which the Amoricon 
expedition has reache 1 Lady Frarklin’s Bay, 
combined with other obsorvatiors during the 
‘wat threo years, it is conjectured that the 
Polar ice field hry migrated from the Ameri- 
cou tothe Euroy en wide, This wouldac ount 
for the detention of | vigh Smith ‘1 the Hira 
end tho Datch in tho Willm Bar.its. Wo 
bo"evo that SirGoro I »th is to act out, *f ho 
has not done so alre 4 ly, ‘1 search of Leigh 
Smith, Isto in the a sn though it be.” 

CAPTAI® ADAMS’ VOYAGE. 


A correspondent he | a most intere ("ng *n- 
tery.ow w.th the now famor: Capt’: Ad- 
ams at Dundes, endle racd from bim mr 1y 
‘interesting pa. ‘culars of hisd: br voyage 
in tho Arctio s Ho entor 1 J snoaster 
Sound in June, ,.\""7*os'ip » the other 
whr'ors, who love a hunt ‘1 comp ay and do 
not like ‘> tiastthem Ives r’one in unfre- 
quonted regio: , He purhed up Prince Re 
yont’s Inlet, but w -di:ven out by the ice. 
Croviog £ xcrster Sovrd he vieited Fsechy 
Ielend ead then co*.'ed b*s vesrol to the yery 
head of We''>,.0n Ohr rel and then: s br ok 
aga'n nto Harrow Straits. He *en bole'ty 
ventured in‘> Peel Sound and penetrated 
withio & #hois d° tsuce of the 8] %t where the 
Dreher and Te. were ab: doned. He t 
Captr*n Adrns not been on a wh: ing voyage 
he ways he could have gone on aud reached 
Dease eid Simpson's Str. ‘ts rnd made the 
No. ieWreat p ago, a f st nover yot accom- 

lished. ‘fl | Jseve,” ho said, that the 

o «West pe yee. })m-ie by way of 
Pc |L Sound, snd by *) st way only, cad that 
if Fror’"'n’s we sols b Tt em st nes he 
would have m: lo iti1 18'S, I my ¢myse'f 
live to go into Lene ter Sound end roport 
myself at Honolulo.” Rota, ‘-g from Peel 
Souud ho age a tricd Pisco Keogent’s Tnlet, 
audth atime successfal'y + ‘van d to the 
very entr: nce cfthe ku. y ead Heola Stre*.« 
Thev, ex tho brief ee son open *> such baz. 
ardous na\-gat.on was ended, he puehed for 
home, rewarded by a mx t ample c>rgo. 


FRANKLIN RKEMINISOFNOCFS, 


A most interesting *acident ‘1 the adven- 
turous ead foiaoa » voysge of Cap* -n 
Adams we k's meo! +g with o1 F qui vwx 
who told somot’*>g wh ch eh 1 fresh “ghton 
the dark, pathe’ ce ry of the Frr '-''n expe- 
dition, Succersive serch yoyag * have 1!- 
most cleared up the myst2i 7 which once sur- 
roun ed the crews of the 7. ebusrod Terror. 
The spot where the sh’ © wera} set by the 
ico aud whero they were ab: rdon 1}, the fate 
of the commander aud m>\y of the crew, »" 
these are points long eyo ole! son to *\e 
world, But thore way ono m t*:r which re- 
mained a mystery. Waist br tl ome of 
Crozior? Captain Ac»w) here rem=rk (-— 
*' Daring the courso of my voyage I} -d on 
board a very intel! gent F quimaux, He! »- 
longed t» the Igleo"k settlement, on the 
north e: tern <oast of *4io Mel\ *'e por -ula. 
Tle told me when he wasa | vy cd travel 
ling with b's feather he mot th » men, be’ -g 
the survivors of a pa. 7 of sevent on who 
had trave'ed fiom .wo F ig)! 4 ¢**ps far to 
tho west. Iehowed fo a chs. and ques 
tioned bm very o autely upou th’s impor- 
tent subject, but he never wavered in the 
least aud I could not eb koh: stuy. He 
said the three men were ve. / much wo.. rad 
severely f-ostbitten. 


DEATH OF 1H4 SU RV.VORS, 


**One was 6 great capt: o, and wes looked 
up to by theother He di‘ 1: xd wes budd 
by thow, and they cri 1 very much. Tho 
othor two mon "'ved ‘4 } a father’s hut some 
timo, but thoy also dil. All three were 
buried io their clothy», and the l* it two with 
all they possessed : > ore >g *> tho custom of 
tho Esqu*t sux.” 

Captain Ad v3 then showed your co. + 
pondeut onbis cha.s the treck of the throe 
aurs.yors and the p!« » : where they are buri: 1 
©) poin’ od ont to him by the Esquimaux. It 
ic high'y probable that tho») throe woro, frost. 
bitton mon wero the nat survivoi 4 of the crew 
of S'r John Freak’ a, 

In enswertoan ‘iquiry, Capte’n Nilson 
repo, from Gothenburg, that the Oscar 
Dickson w. > crushed in the ice on the 2ad of 
Auynat, bat that the crow were saved, 


The Wind asa Motive Power. 

Turning now, to sourcos of onorg, derived 
from sun-hee t, lot us *sko tho wind firat 
Wauen wo look at the roy. or of Brit‘sh ship- 
p' 1g, and seo 40,( }0 vessels, of which about 
10,199 sre stoamors oad 30,0 0 +a'" +ga whips, 
rid whea we tb nk how vasé an absolute 
awount of horse-poworis develop | by the 
oogines of those stusmer f1d how consider. 
ablo a propottioa it forms of the whole 
horso-powde taken from coal + -aur'ly in the 
Wholo world at tho proseut time, end whon 
wo covsidor the ealling ships of other nations 
which mast be reckoned ‘1 the cocount, and 
throw in the little item of windmil's, wo fiod 
that, oyen in tho present day of steaw os- 
cond roy, Old-fashioned wind ef ll supplies 
a largo part of ell tho onorgy uscd by men, 
But, however much wo may regret tho time 
when Hood's ycuoy lady-visiting the fons cf 
Lincolnshire at Obratmes, ond writioy to 
hor doarcut friend ‘a London (both sixty 
years old now if they are alive), desoribos 
tho dolight of sittinu ia a bower and looking 
over the wiatry pletn, not dusolate, bocause 
** winders lond revolving avu'mation to the 
soono,”” wo cavnot shut our oyea to the fact 
ofa lamontable de*«dence of wind-power 
Is thie decadeuco pormauent, or way we 
hope thatit # only tomporery t Tho sab. 
torrr oan coal atoron of tho world sro bo. 
oomiry exhausted surely, aod not lowly, 
end tho price of coal ia upward bound up- 
ward bound on the whole, though no doubt 
it will have ite ups aud dowa‘a the future 
oo ish shad io the pa.t, and aw must ko the 


Oaso jo rotp thscvery ma ketsble .ommo 
dity, Whto tho coal tacll b roc), or long 
before ib ty all buroed, when there ‘480 little 
of it loft, and the coe! mites from wh oh 
iat little ‘sto bo «xeavated are no distent 
and deop eud hot that ita price to the oon. 


sumor is 4 oatly highor than at pre wont, itis 
moet probable that windm'!!4 or wind-motory 
in some forsn will seoin bein the arcondent 
and that wind will do man’s moohanical 


} work, or land at le-ot, in propotbion om. 
parable toits present doing of work at sca 
ES 

Baron Rothschild as a Beggar. 

Kugeue Delacro‘x, dining ono day ia Baron 
Jomes do Rothschild’s hospitable home, fixed 
his eyes Ses teres on h's boat ‘1 so searck'ng 
& menner that tho latter could not help - king 
hie guest, when they left the dining room, 
what it wea that had to such a dogroo rivited 
hio attention, Delacroix ack owlodged that, 
having for some time beon vainly searching 
for a head such as ho would like to bave fors 
Prominent begvar in his now picture, he was 
tuddenly struck what a splendid mciel the 
Croesus would make who was onterte’™ 1g him 
et his table. Would it be too gA@st ao favor 
to ask the Baron to sit fora beggar? 

Kothseb''d, who wrsfond of art, and not 
diopleased to bo reckoned among its chief pro: 
tectors, gracefu'ly rxeented to act » part pro- 
bably never performed bofore by a mi'Vonsire, 
avd SPP arod next moreing in tho colobrated 
palees estudio. Delacroil hong » tunic on 
hié shoulders, placed a tall str (f ‘1 his hand, 
and ¢ aed to him a pootare, c- if he were 
resting on the stsps of an ancient Romen 
temple, 

In ths attitude he was discovered by ao 
young friend and pup*! of the pa‘ater’s, who 
alone had the privilege of boing: admitted to 
the studio at all times, Surprieed by the excel- 
lence of tho modol, he congratalated bis mas- 
ter on having at Jast found exactly what he 
wanted. Not for * momont doubting that 
the mcdel bei been begging at tho porch 
of 60m» church or at the cornor of a bridge, 
ed mich strack by bis features, the young 
mo, espylog a moment when the artists eyes 
wero averted, slipped a twenty-{ranc piece ‘to 
the model's hand. Rothsohild kept the money 
thenked the giver by a look, and the young 
man went his wey. He was, -> the bank- 
er soon found out from Delroroix, with 
out fortune, and obliyed ‘9 give k>- 
sons in order “> eke out bis Mysng, 
Some timo later the youth rociived a letter, 
mentioning that cha:ity beara iutereat, and 
that the scoumulated interest on twenty 
franes, wkich'he, prompted by a generous im- 
pulee, had piventos man in “ppearance a beg- 
Kar, was ly ng at his disposal in Rothschild’s 
office, to the a.nount of 10,00) francs, having 
boroo five hundred fold, like the secd in the 
parable,—London Telegraph. 


—— 
Sir John Macdonald. 
ELEVATED IN KNIGHTHOOD —EECOGNITION BY 
THE IMPERIAL GOVERMENT; 


(Birmingham Gazelle ) 

When Lord Beaconsfield gave the Premier 
of Canadathe blue ribbon of the Bath the 
question wes asked why he had done it ; and 
the somewhat ingenious arswer was found 
that Sir John was a man after Lord Beacons- 
field’s own heart—hé was en Imperialist, «nd 
he had fought the battle of protection, he 
we tho leader of the Tory patty in Canads, 
and he had tycome twice Premier amid un- 
exampled difficulties. Ono other extra: 
ordivary discovery was found which pz: sed 
muster at the time, and that was 
that there wes a_ remarkable per- 
sonol resemblance between the two 
mon, and that Sir John was cultivating what 
I suppoce wi!l for a long time be known as the 
Disraclian curl on the forehead. This was 
indeed arcades ombo. If imitation is the sin- 
cerest form of flattery, Lerd Beaconsfiold paid 
it with a distinction which, though many cay- 
uled at, none said was not deserved, But why 
has Mr, Gladstone gone further, and given a 
Tory, protectionist Colonial statesman a cit- 
tinction hitherto reserved only for colonial 

matea who are boro at home? Is it that 
he *+ going to show a new interest in the colo- 
nies, and that he begins > ac» that the } olicy 
of allowing them to drift is not popular! For 
my owo part I have an impros*jon that Mr. 
Gladstone bas not had much to do with it after 
all, and that » wor! from tho Marquis of Lorne 
toan exalted + >rsonage has gamed for Sir 
Jobu Macdonald the highest place in the ou- 
lonial order. 

*For tbe iuformation of those who are not 
learned in the matter ofordera I may hore 
state that, apart from the Garter, Patrick,and 
the Thistle, the three more rcient orders 
connec ‘ted wish three kingdoms, there are 
three other orders of more modera creation, 
and of perbap) lesser degres, known as the 
**Most Honorable” Order of the Bath, *he 
**Most E> 't 1,” Order of the Star of India, 
and the ‘Mo_. Distinguished’ Order of 
St. Micbsel endSt Gorge. The Bath *y 
given for general end military services 
nthome andabroad. Tho Star of India 
for Indian services, and St. Michael end 
Ge rge is genere'ly conferre1 for eer.:- 
ces in connection with the Foreiga or the 
Colonial Office. Ino each of these orders 
there aro the Koights Grand QGommanders, 
the Knights Commanders, and the Com- 
panions. The two firet carry with them the 
tit’o of Sir, aud are indeed Orders of Knight- 
hood. The Spoater of the House of Commons 
was the other day made a Koight Grand 
Commander of the Bath, and now Sir Joba 
Macdonald is raised from a Knight Com- 
mander of that Order to the dignity of a 
Knight Grand Commandor of tho ** Moat Dis- 
tinguished’’ Order of St, Michael and St. 
George. 


Orueity to animals. 

There aro societies for tho prevention of 
cruelty to animals, But men and womon 
grow pig-headed when thoir stomachs aro do- 
moralized, They insist upon esting at all 
hours of the day and night whatever their por- 
vorted and normal appetitos crave, until thoy 
bocome incurable dyapeptios. They will en- 
large feollngly on the thome of ‘‘oruelty to 
animale” and then retiro to the dining-room 
and gorge hugo masses of indigestible food, 
Which is worse cruelty to animals or mon} 
Evory house should keep gaa lifo blessing a» 
quantity of Dr. Herrion’s Sugar Coarxp 
“Ls, whiah will remedy this ovil of orammi: 
down indigestiible food until wo feo) light 
hoadod from the tablo or suffor from paralysis 
Thoy oarry away tho offa) and renovato tk; 
cyutom, Bold by all drugelnts. 


Rusrxct.—Tho Groy Hoira ot old ago de- 
mand and should receive respect—but the 
Groy Hairs of young pcople require attention 
—in tha way of using Cin; aloss Hair Rorew- 
or, Sold by A. L. Goon, Droggist, at 50 
conts por bottle, 


Why Incur Torture ? 
By disrogarding cleanliness of the teoth, 
and thus ono uraging thoir docay, when 
SOZODONY, which is doliehtfal to use, pre- 
Vouta the possib lity of toothache, by keopio, 
tho teoth in health. No one who has not Tied 
th's 5 opular article, can form on adequate 
idea of how woh jmvrovement defective 
troth sro suscoptible, SOZODONT is intinite- 
ly to bo proferred to abrading tooth powders. 
It preserves, not scratches the enamel, 


**Muat any it’s tho nicest thing I ever ueod 
for tho teeth avd broath,”’ saya overyone hav- 
ing tried ‘*lkAnurny,” the new lot ger. 
Got a five cont aamplo, 


Important to Farmers, ete. 


If you would keop your kino, cattle, Hone, 
horses, ahoop andl poultry in tho moat raat G 
health and re qautta’tve condition, mix t a 
VELLA Conprete’ Powpnns ot oasions ly w aa 
their food, Those great spoolti« waro! 7 wea ' 
of the bar" yard. Sea to it Sold overy 


Whore 
. ‘ : : ; 
Alfred ‘onnysou is to viait Socotlanc 
srally, and will reside at Abboteford for 4 
limited time, 


NO. 160 


Mothers |! Mothers |! Mothers || 

Aw td disturbed af nightand broken o 
your reas by aalck ohild suffe: y 
“thn the brig a=, pain chelane toast 
ss *O, “Oat once an ‘ot » bottle of MES, 

WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP, Is wad 
tolleve the poor little sufforer immediately— 
dopond upon it 3 thero is no mistake about it, 
Thero ts not a mothor on earth who has over 
used it, who will not tell you at onoo that it 
will regulate the bowels, and give rost to the 
mothor, and reliof and th to the ohild 

poratlog Hko magic, It ts portootly sale’to 
are in all oases, and pleasant to tho taste, and 
2; a pera jon of one of the oldort =| best 
fomalo and nurses in the United 
rome Sold overywhero at 25 cents a bot. 

le, 2Aly 
A General Stampede, 

_ Nover was such a rush made for any Drug 
Storo as is now at Jamos Clatk & Co., for a 
Trial Bottle of Dr. King’s New Discovery for 
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. All persons 
afflicted with Asthma, Bronchitis, Haase 
ness, Severe Coughs, er any affection of the 
Throat and Lunge, cen gita Trial Bottle of 


this great remedy /rec, by calli t 
pred ly free, by iog at above 


Falling Leaves! 


_ “There is something inex reasibly touch. 
ing in the falling leaves,” uf ed an esteemed 
author. hore is, there is, indeod. It’s 
whou you alls on one of the articles on a wet 
moining, aod touch the unsympathetic pave. 
ment, But there isin reality touching lan. 
guege,—lauguago uttered from the heart, yea, 
from the depths of the soul, in the maoy 
thousands of testimonials and letters (an- 
solicited) that come from those who ouce 
were sufferers from lung diseases, asthma and 
consumption, and who have. ured N, H, 
Downs’ Vogotable Baleamic Elixir, and have 
been restored to their wonted health and 
activity. 


(FROM BRAZIL.) 

The New Compound, its won- 
derfal aftinity to the Digestive 
Apparatus and the Liver, increas- 
ing the dissolving juices, reliey- 


ing almost instantly the dreadful 
results of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, 
and the TORPID L ‘R, makes 
Zopesa an every day necessity in 
sdreantepenatinand 

acts gen an edily in 
Biliousness, Gostivencas: Head- 
ache, Sick Headache, Distress af 
ter Eating, Wind on the Stomach, 
Heartburn, Pains in the Side and 
Back, Want of Appetite, Want of 
Energy, Low Spirits, Foul Stom- 
ach. It invigorates the Liver, car- 
mies offall surplus bile, regulates 
the Bowels, and gives tone to the 
whole system. 

Cut this out and take it to your 
Dru, t and get a10 cent Sample 
ora large bottle for 75 cents, and 
tell your neighbor about it. 


OPENING. DAY. 


Ww. are pleased to intimate the arrival 
and arrangement of our 


Fall and Winter Mil- 
linery, 


direct from the Lonpon, Patus, and New 
York Emporiums of Fashion. 


WE WILL OFFER ON 


Thursday, September 29th, 


a rich assortment of 


Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Man- 
tles and Millinery Trimmings, 


together with a goneral assortment of 


Fashionable Dress Goods. 


_R, COSTELLO. 


THE 


“RADIANT HOME” 


AT 


CHOWN'S, 


361 FRONT STREBT, 


BELLEVILLE. 
Oot. I'S). d3m 


T. LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL 


»! has been recently retaken by Mr. 
Pee em TT00A", the former proprietor, who 
pas handsomely and appropriately decorated 
and renoyated the interior, and completely refit- 
ted the whole of the apartments th new fur- 
niture. ‘ho Hotes is aduoirably altuated, being 
in the yory heart of the alty, and contiguous to 
the Genoral Post Office, the principal Banks. 

dublic buildings, law courts, .comunercial ex- 
changes, rallway audteleeraph offiom Léddlyr 


HOTEL FOR SALRB. 


property is known to be one of the beat stands 


‘ora vo in the Vounty, 
MO OD the prea geNewars, apply to the, 


owner on the 
THOS, G, DOOKSTADER, 


Roalio, May 17, 1881, ~~ 


i i ai sc aeimancmllmamal amaiaal amin danaremn a uma a 


te . 


DAILY 


SE TS Ma 


numerablo in addition, That did fairly DARING 


3 
=] NO fem el lh Ss | woll while the price of corn and beef could 


ntoredaud 


be kept toa hich figure, but competition Wr. ©. F Amiih’s store 3 
= CIRCULARS trom this side of the Atlantic, and a suc $200 worth of Goods Stolen 
| coasion of bad harvests in England, have " , . 
' , bad harvests in England, | NO CLUE 10 THE BURCLARS 
| brought the poople there face to face with 
AND DRESSES. tho discovery that at least one of the three Sometime during Saturday night or early 
— } classes must turn to other work or othor | Suaday morving, Mr. O, Fo smith’sh samare 
ant ore was ootere K considerable | 
A choice lot of where, and the remaining two classes must | *" { tin store wa tered and a = “a 
give thoir attention rather to market gar: | i" Spe 5 a da stolen thers oe olrance 
uo cil Oled in @ very oasy aud simple way 
, q xte C than to corn | *™ ) 
Tweed 3 and Meltons, de ning on an © xtonaive & alo an | Aon Tani ghenietatta clase\iodlie ‘cear wall 
lat Browsing and ‘cattle raising. of the building, the roof of whioh ia almost on 
blo for tho above, or — h a couple o dowa which open 
aa A temperance organization in London, a é ie he 3 ipl ks win oie . s - ay 
H L. BOTTOMS & CO's. Eng., called the Blue Riband Army and a : SED ht o es a i ‘aa 
y to abo x fee o « gro d. 
ns | (osHo! Tomporanco Organization, has =i dos shed is an ordinary wooden door, whioh 
Pe ve mado the captive Zulu king Cotowayo a | is left cpon most of the time, and which leads 
presont of a concertina, purchssed by the 


into the small yard at the back of the build 
subscriptions of would-be friends, It is ling. Onco ineide tbis yard, it ism vory casy 
strange that temporance poople take such | pisttor to act on to the roof of the shed, fora 
a deep interest in the dark and dethroned | rickety gtaircavo loada to aemall platform and 
monarch, because, if the assortions of cor- | thence into a deor in the rear of tho building, 
respondents can be believed, ho is allowed | and from the platform ono can, with a single 
for his own private consumption a bottle | step, get on tho roof of the shed. It is pros 


of gin por day, besides othor kinds of | bable, howover, thst there were two partics 


Baily Futelligencer. 


~ BELLEVILLE, MONDAY, NOV. 7. 


* Great Results, 


-_ civilized liquors which would not bo per- | engaged in the burglary, aud that they mount- 
The year or two immodiately preceding | miasible by any strict temporanco organ- od the roof from the vrata ay helping the 
tho adoption by Parliament of the National | ization, Perhaps, the object of those on- Other up. Oxco on tho roof tho rest was 


comparatively easy. A few strokes with o 


Policy, when the immense eye pS || Haaaetat bal Cactze the) Wosirions moe: jacknife divided ono ot the rash-bars and two 


the North-West were beginning to loom | arch as a convert to temperance princi- 
up, business men and manufacturers in the | ples, and they wished to tickle his royal 
older Provinces viewed with alarm the] fancy with this complicated and imposing 
active and successful efforts of Americans 
to secure the trado of that part of the Do- 


panes of glass wore taken out, Through this 


aperture the burglais crept, and sot to work 
- to sooure their booty. They passed through 
musical instrument. The aim was lofty | 4). workshop into the front shop, and gging 


and praiseworthy ; but tho society neod | ¢, the show caso noarost the window they 
minion, and of American railway managers | not haye presented such an expensive in | took from it about fiye dozen of the best jack- 
to draw its trafic to their lines, Under | strumont as concertina, A Jows-harp or knives, rejecting those of poor matorial, six 
the thon existing tariff Chicago, St. Louis | a tin-whistle would have been much less | dozon razors—emytying the boxes which con- 
and St. Paul were becoming the centres} costly and would doubtless haye pleased | tained thom, and leaving tho samples—and 
from which merchandise and manufactured | the royal fancy quite as well. about a dozen revolyers, The value of the 


articles were purchased, while American “hull whole is-about $200, Having socured this 
capitalists were projecting railways over| “4 simple domonstration is often more | booty, they crept back the same way they 


which its exports and imports would be powerful than columns ot weighty and phi- | came and got #afely off, and the burglary was 
carried. Oanadian metchants and manu- losophical argument, more especially 48rd | not discovered until youtorday. 

facturers were powerless to compete for a gards complicated public questions which The police woro inutantly informed of the 
trade which they rightly regarded as their | “¢ capable of being handled in many dif- affair, and are now making every effort to 
The condition of trae in the older ferent ways, and viewed from different | discover the porpotratora of the orime ; but 
| standpoints. The coal question, which is | 48 no clue can be discovered au to the identity 
running half or quarter time, or were closed | 2°W occupying so much valuable space in 4 aap tke Hs ra se, dle Sar 
altogether, and the business outlook was | the columns of our esteemed contemporaries oe ae — age _ +4 
most gloomy. The defeatat the polls of of both perhen zsione, of siege ee This elas is another illustration of the 
the party that would have continued the | (vestions, and is a very easy question upon | (11 oF | soning down the blinds of the front 
fiscal policy under which trade and manu- which to write and write, and talk and talk, windows of shops at night, thus enabling 
factures were paralyzod, under which the and mares wate ithe t anything really thieves to ply their work in comparative 
great North-West wouldehave been Uan- practical, sensible, or to the point. (Per- 


asfery, out of the reach of the eye of the po- 
adian only in name, under which a Uan- | bps, by the wey? this is the reason that | jicy, who aro constantly passing and repassing 
adian Pacific Railway would have beon im- | the coal question is such a popular thome | within a few feot of them. Ifthe blinds in 
possible, gave the reigns of Government with our Grit contemporaries.) It is claimed | Mr, Smith's front windows had boon raised 
into the hands of men who were committed | by our opponents that the consumer pays | and one gas jet left burning in the interior of 
to a National Policy of protection to home | the duty of 50 cents per ton for every ton | the store, it would haye been practically im- 


industries. This National Policy has been of coal he consumes, Now, We wish to give posible for this burglary to have been com- 


own, 
Provinces was deplorable ; factories wer 


in operation fortwo and a half years, and | °° little demonstration, as plain and as mitted. 
already as the result we find that Canadian | ily understood as simple addition, to 
merchants and manufacturers are now in| Prove that this is not the case, Coal is 
possession of the North-West trade ; the | Tetailed in Oswego at $5.75 per ton, The 
great ers of Montreal have gone out to freight per ton from Oswego to Belleville 
grind its whoat, Ontario and Quebec man- is 40 cents, harbor dues 10 cents, and cost 
facturers are making its agricultual implo- of unloading 18 cents—making the tetal 
ments, its furniture, its machinory, its | °08t of transport to Bollovillo 68 counts, 
boots and shoes, its paper, its sugar, its Now, if the consumer paid the duty, the 
woollens and cottons, while the wholesale | dillerence in the price which ho would pay 
houses of Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton | fF his coal and what is paid in Oswego, 
and London are supplying its other neces- | WOuld be the cost of transportation, 6Scts., 
sities ; and greater, probably, in its signifi- | Plus the duty, 50cts, which would be $1.18; 
cance than any of these, the Oanadian Pa- | be would pay $6.93. But the fact is, as 
cific Railway is doing its carrying trade. | °Y°Fy one knows, that coal has not risen 
The contrast between the condition of | #bove $6.50 per ton this season. 
affaira in Canada to-day with that of three Tho Postal Uard is a great convenience, 
pate astonishing. The effects of | but the wamping of itinthe post office is 
the N. P. in the older Provinces, the de- done in such a way that tho sender's 
rr ment of the North-West under ite message is very often made unintelligible, 
catering care, and the cisrey, displayed 0! to the great annoyance and often serious 
the construction of the Pacific Railway loss of the receiver. Tho dirty stamps of 
have put a back-bone into the country, the two or three offices will often a on 
sturdy strength of which ia felt from Brit- | the side having the communication obli- 
= veeenie: eee picts Island. terating portions of it so as to render them 
ies oe L peop “ to declare their undecipherable. In fact, the whole matter 
opinion of a policy which has done so much of stamping letters and nae cards is great- 


roebery pai , rs eee ee cre- | ly at fault in Canada. Let any one compare 
sae is ais eee @ do not | the envelopes received from the States with 
. those posted within the Dominion and he 


coo . 
i will see that in every case the American 
4ditorial Brevities. stamp is as distinct and clean as though 


type were used, while at least half of the 
Canadian letters might have beon posted at 
Timbuctoo for all the information the 
stamp conveys, It yery frequently hap- 
haps that is the reason why the Irish peo- | Pens that & correspondent writes his ad- 
ple aro so skilled in uttering “Lamenta- dress indistinctly, and the receiver turns to 
tions.” They may have learned the art of the envelope to ascertain the name of the 
“lamenting” with good effect from Jere. oflice at which it was posted. If this be 
mish, and it then I e hereditary in the clear his difhculty and doubt are removed ; 
race. This theory is at loast as sensible Rs but if not the letter might as well remain 
the idea that Jeremiah ever was in Ireland yen the sender, thas been a matter of 
per Surprise to us that the business mon of the 
country have not sought to have this de- 
fect remedied. The Canadian post office 
service is well performed, but in the matter 
of stamping the officials have something to 
learn, Wecommend this matter to their 
attention and hope to see an early change 


for tho better. 
——————— 


Rey. Dr. Wild has been lectaring in To- 
ronto on the subject of Jeremiah in Ire- 
land, claiming that the Hebrew prophet 
visited Ireland while ho was living. Per- 


It is @ significant fact that there are at 
present nearly double the number of Bri- 
tish soldiers in Ireland than there were at 
the battle of Waterloo. Tho Irish can 
boast with some show of truth, that it takes 
more British troops to keep Ireland in sub- 
jection than it did to conquer France and 


7 RIMINAL STATISTIC =i 
{reo Europe. 10) STATISTICS oF Lonpon.—Tho 


roport of the Chief Commissioner of Police 
of London and the sub-report of Mr, How- 
ard Vincent contain some interesting mat- 
ter. In 1880, the number of pymphs ap: 
prelended for annoying passengers was 6,- 
547. Of these 2,363 were convicted and 


is | 268 diecharged. What became of the ro- 
Position of a highl tect try. ; 
ghly protected country. It mainder is not stated: There havo boon 


is as impossible tu attain the ono as it is 3,339 persons maimed or j oy 
impolitic to enforce tho othor. This is as it eat killed Pees washes 3 oe ey 
appears to us, and from those Premises We | Of these “light carte” aro rine (oe 
aa ties ee baring ae tie 1,043, cabs for 800, omnibuses and cars 
Sr pa Fane id Aly ating pees for 268, broughams and carriages for 307, 
heavy carts, wagons, drays and yana for 


party further from power, and making f ; 
1 aicGanliar coed “ales B tor S41, but of the 502 accidonts by vans, 45 
Lihat wore fatal, whoroas of tho 1,843 accidents 


—— os by cabs and light carts only 42 f 
J aii ters, D} g y 42 wore fatal. 
Two American prize-lig Those who waxed indignant at the com- 


White and George Holden, have signed 


Tho St. Catharinos News (Reform) speaks 
out boldly in protest against the ultra free- 
trade opinions of a secton of the Grit preas, 
It says :—‘‘ Uanada cannot bo a free trade 
country and ought not to be forced into the 


Frank 


plaints of maiming cattle in Ireland may 
_ on : } ’ for he tak the ot , and fo 10 abilit 
articles to fight for $2,500 a side onthe 16th |). i tory sted to know that 685 persons ins eee a salt ce ay 
inat. , and it has been srranged that the | wore arrested in the metropolis during the | moving, aud Bro, Wm. Johnoon in ; econding 
fight is to take place op Canadian soil. If} your for cruelty to animals. Tho number | the motion, referred to the high opinioa in | 
ig sncial G t does its duty of servanta arrested for larcony in dwol- | Which Kro, Haggerty was held, for his aterl 
the Provincial Governmen : ling houses was 1,747. Thero aro 7,002 | 2K integrity, good sense and devotion to every 
this battle will never be fought on this side public-houses and 4,425 boer-houses in the | 6904 caure. Arter Bro, Haggerty bad briotly 
of the line, It would be » disgrace to the | metropolis. During 1880, 20,869 porsons pi Fron the sucvessfal meeting was brought to 
: i i ow- | have beeuapprehonded for drunkenness, On|) ane 
country if theso pugilists, not being all ko | those, 16,098 wore males and 13,870 woro 
ed to have their revolting encounter take femaléas TRO Avorago of approhensions | Almost young Again. ‘ 
Waco on American soil, were tocome tO} 6. dronkonness seems, howoyor to bo | e Bly tee Fei wae tod a long timo w ie 
& . BF gh wonse H 6 ” , |) Neuraias aod a dull, hoay inactive oondl- 
4a to transgreas the Jaw. It is to be | diminishing. Daring the oy » preceding | tion cf the whole syetem ; diadaokes ar ¥aus 
OPA to will be fuken | years the proportion Wesabout 74 per I,-| prostration, and was almost helplosa, ho 
to Proven te propers - 000 of the population, whiteas in 1880 it | physicians “OY medicine did her any qood 
expected tight. was only bh. Against drink houses” Chreo months ayo she began to ua Hop Bit. | 
nier4 Montron} os; there have been a ie whereas sil Plale auch good Brees = shoe socme 
Muylial Dente - , ero 34. aud fools youoy sain, although over 7) yours 
fom r= Pouple Som ane beg! Lise es mn 1868 wens eh al! old Wo think there in no ether medicine tt 
® the aol will “wakoning to tho y -Carth Wholesale and Retail to neo in the family, A lady in Vroy. dence, 
mad 49 lon H. & Maclarthy, | MHiotedlhat. 1.—Journal 
boon dr “Upon it, ay Mer moot the ist, Ottawa, writen :—"'l wes 6 7 44 
th AWADe Upon { D100 clang Droggist, © Bronchitis for some yearr, hut 
© \and lords * for wut, Ss havo | with Chronic Pron oof Dr.) Fou Semaine any Brorny.—Rab Porry 
+ Ahe Maton lotely cured by the ue were 
s. Then nant fariy va'et Viz, | have boon comp ea in doses of five drops on Davie keio Killor well into the wonnded 
come “8 and i. | coma’ Belectric Ol - di te, takin, tho medicine internally at the 
Sem and 4 he a ein recommending | pars, 
th ugar, [have also pleasur 


it ae an ombrocation for external use, 


The affair will also serve as & warning to 
business men on Front St, to guard their pre- 
mises more strongly inthe rear, It would 
not need tho practised eye of a professional 
burglar to deteot the caso with which Mr, 
Smith's promises could be entered in the 
rear. Burglars usually enter stores by the 
back way,and it is more necessary to see that 
back and side entravces are invulnerable than 
that the ‘ront entranvos are safe, The police 
are supposed to attend to the latter. 


The 5th of N ovember. 


DEDICATION OF AN ORANGE HALL, 


The members of Loyal Orange Lodyo No. 
300 fittingly celebrated the anniversary of the 
discovery of the Gunpowdor Plot and of the 


landing of William III, Prince of Orange, at 
Torbay, in England, by dedicating their new 
hall at West Huntingdon ‘‘to God and the 
Protestant cause,” 

The new hall isa neat brick building 24x 
36, two stories high, the lower part being de- 
signed fora public hall in which meetings of 
all kinds may be held, the enterprise of the 
members of this lodge thus supplying a long 
felt need in that locality, The upper story 
is the lodge-room proper, which is o)»mfort- 
ably furoished with arm-chairs, deaks, &e , 
all the furniture being in harmony and re- 
flecting credit on those whose good taste sng- 
gested its purchase, 

The entire cost of the buildiog is $1,200, 
and when dedicated it was entirely free from 
debt. ‘Lhis fact speaks volumes for the liber- 
ality of the members of No. 300, and is the 
best proof that can be adduced of their zeal in 
the Orange cause, 

In the uoavoidable absence of tho W. Of. of 
the lodge, Bro. James Donnan, the dedioatory 
service was performed by Bro, James Hag- 
gorty, Past County Master of North Hastings,. 
in which he was assisted by Bro. James Gay, 
Secretary of the lodge, and by the other 
officere, as the dedicatory service iv a public 
one. The new hall was crowded by brethren 
from yarious parte of the country, and by the 
ladies of the vicinity, and tho fife and drum 
band of the lodge adding its quota to the 
pleasures of tho event by playing from time 
to time such airs as ‘The Protestant Boys,” 
‘* Boyne Water” 4c 

Alter the dedicatory service all adjourned to 
the handsome and oommodioua church, be- 
longing to the Methodist Church of Canada, 
which adjoins tho Orange Hall, when, at the 
request of the lodge, Bro, James Haggerty 
took the chair, and in afew choice sentences, 
explained the object of the gathering aud the 
reasons Why the Orange Association atill con- 
tinued to 

“I. member, remember the fifth of Novem- 
ber.” 

Addresses wero then delivered by Bro. Wm. 
Johnson, Veputy Grand Master of Ontario 
Kast, and by tro. E. B. Fraleck, after which 
the company again returned to the Orange 
Hall, where a sumptuous oyster supper had 
been prepared. After justice bad been done 
tothe plentifal and excellent supper, an 
adjournment was again made to the church, 
and addresses were dplivered by. Bro. George 
D, Dickson, Q C,, Past County Maator of 
South Hastinge, and Bro, the Hon. Mackenzio 
Bowell, M. P., Past Mout Worwhipful Grand 
Master of tho Grand Orango Lodgo of Bri tish 
America, 

We bave frequently listened to addrosses 
from all these gentlemen on similar occasion’, 
butnover heard thom to such advantage as 
on last Saturday, and neyer have wo seen an 
audience who listoued with more marked 
attention, and who seemed to be bo in such 
entire sympathy with the sposkers. The 
mooting cannot fail to give an impotus to the 
Orange cause. 

On motion of Bro. Goo, D, Dickson, Bro, 
Hagyorty was moved from the chair and Bro. 
the Hon, M. Bowell moved to it, when a vote 
of thanks was moved to Bro, Jamos Haggorty 


BURGLARY. | Departure of the 


His Exoellenc y the Goveruor- Ge oral sailod 
tor Liverpool from Quebec on Seturdey, Be } 
| fore he loft Ottawa, on Friday, the Mayor and | 
| prominent citizens of that city presented him 
with an addross to which he made the follow. | 
ing reply | 
Mr, Mayor and Citina of O.tawa I beg! 
to thank you moat cordially saodkestucerely for 
your kindness in comiog here today to soy 
good-bye to me on my departure, only for a} 
short poriod from what is to me already a well 
loved home (applause) I shall convey your 
oxpressions of loyelty—by no meaos the firet I 
have hoard in Ottawa—to Hor Majesty the 
(Jacen, Who takoa tho moat lively aud uocoas- 
10g otorent in evorythiag touching ner Do- 
minton of Canada (applause), I shall rlso 
oarry your words of kindLess to the Princess 
who shares with mo the deop disappointment 


that alroady twice within the past fow months 
sho has bien ordered, whoa at the point of do- 

parture for Canada, cot to start, and is now 

told thai she must put off the time of her 
arrival hero until the Spriog. I trast to 
be back with you some time before the 
eoovion of Parliament, and before the now 
yoaris afortnight old, agsin to undertake 
my duties, Among thease isthe extremely 
slonasant task of making Ottawa what it is fast 
feoumlne during the Winter months, the cen- 
tro of our national, social and intellectual life 
(aoplause), We wish to seo hero of course 

duriog the season the eminont men who take 
part in tha political life of this country, They 
must come at all eventy, because they aro 
sont here by thoir constituents, We want to 
#00 also mon of eminonce ia other branches of 
life, whether writers or jurists (applause) 

Let me add that we wish also to collest hero 
during our season the beauty of our land 
(applause), Our strength is aided by such o 
concoures <t the capitel of the spirits in our 
union, for, by ovlleocting together bore from 
different parts of the country, they may get 
to have a personal knowledge aud acy uaintance 
with sat other, thoroby promoting unity 
of feeling throughout the whole Dominion 
(applause). This hastaken placo already, I 
think, toa marvellous extent, I aw myself 
one of the oldest inhabitants in Ottawa in o00 
sense; thatis to say, I remember Ottawa 
soventcen years ago, when you, Mr, Mayor, 
could not have had the opportunity of pre: 
senting your address in this splendid hall; 
when Sparks stroot existed oply in name, 
and when tho people wero only talking about 
our Confederation (applause), Lt is marvel. 
lous with what rapidity the union his beon 
perfected during the p»st sixtoon or seventoen 
years (renewed applaase), You have now a 
country Shoscaeely united. You have an ad- 
vantage over othor countries in this respect, 
that you have not to reflect what you ought 
to pull down, but only consider how to con- 
struct, and you aro building a very strong 
power—a power that can stand, as ‘Tennyson 
said of the great Duke of Wellington, * four 
square to all the winds that blow,” and will 
be the froest people in all God’s Free North 
(loud applause). Touching some points which 
are connected with your social life,it has been 
my happiness to sec established and holding 
ita first mecting in Ottawa an institute which 
gathered together all the artists in this coun- 
try. The saccess of the institution shows how 
our att monewan combine together, and now, 


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 
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Read what the Rey, 2. J, Filleul says 


7, 1881 


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PY, J. Finieut, Episcopal Minister. 


’ 
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in the oarly part of next year, I hope we shall 


see avuother great institute holding its first — : = 2 Importers. 
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men of science and literature throughout all 
‘our provinces, which shallb for Cavada in 
one institute at once what the French Acad- 
emy is for France and the British Association 
and Geographical Society are for Eogland 
(loud applause). We shall be ablo to hayo in 
one society men of eminence, whose nomcs al- 
ready illustra:e the career of this country in 
its intellectual progress; men to who», per- 
haps, we may look for advice in all matters 
Other than those appertaining to our material 
pregress (applause), Ihave to thank ycu, 
ladies and gentlemen, once more for yvur 
kindness in coming bere, and ar J am cfirad I 
shall not be able tobe back before the firat 
fortnight in the now year, I beg of you, al- 
though it may be somewhat premature, to 
allow me to wish you a merry Christmas and 
happy New Year (lond applause). 


News Condensed. 


—eneral Grant has insured his life for 
$100,000 

—11,000,000 bricks wore made in Toronto 
last year. 

—Galthas spent $107,000 in building opera- 
tions this year, 

—Tho Jubilee Singera bad a hoarty rocep- 
tioa in Montreal, 

—Tho Bey of Tunis has reiterated hiv pro- 
fessions of submission to France, 

—It is announced that Prince Leopold is 
about to marry a German Princess, 

—The Pope has strongly condemned the 
recent course of the Irish Land League. 

—Guiteau’s trial will take place on the 14th 
inst., no ferther postponement being sliowed. 

—Baron James Rothsobild, who died in 
Paris last week, left a fortune of $400,000,- 
000. 


—It is proposed to place a bust of Robert 
Burns in the Poets’ Corner in Westminster 
Abbey. 

—It has been decided to hold a poultry 
show in Toronto in January, and give $1,000 
in prizes, 

—The wheat exports for India this scason 
are said to have been larger thau those of any 
recent year. 


—3,000 head of cattle are tobe fed at 
Gooderham & Worte, Toronto, during the en- 
suing winter. 

—Karl Dunraven was arrested under a ca- 
pias in Sova Scotia, last week, for shooting 
moose without a license, 

—Burglars entered the shop of Mr. Han- 
nah, tailor, Montreal, on the night of the 
4th and carried away eighteen pieces of cloth. 

A company has been formed in White- 
hall, N, Y., with a capital of $1,000,000 
for tho purpose of handling Canadian lum- 
ber. 

—lt is said the United States Government 
has obtained a full list of the sums paid to 
Congressmen to oosist in the Star Route con- 
spiracy. 

—Both Lord Hartington and Mr Faweott, 
meémters of the Koglish Cabinot,have expres- 
dod their dieapproval of {the land-roform agi- 
tation in England, 

—The German Reichstag will meet, it is 
said, on tho 17th inst. The prospect of com, 
bination between the Conservatives and Cleri- 
cals grows strongor every day. 


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VIEERY desirable Store and rosidence at- 
ve tached, on oast side north Front Streot, 
near uppor bridge, Promigoa in good ropair, 
and well situated for a Grocery businoss, 
Apply to 


M, B. ROBLIN, 
l44 Stroet Kailway Ollice, 


Stray Cow. 

ATRAYED from Coloman’a Commons on 

Ss tho night of tha Slat Oot., a red and 

white spotted cow, Tho tinder will 
warded by rotureiog hor to 

JOHN 


bo ro» 


HICKS, 
Harriot St 
167d3t 


In bis new Emotional Society Drama 


A LIFES MISTAKE. 


SUPPORTED BY AN EXCELLENT COMPANY, 


—_——. 


Prices of Admission :—75c., 50c., 250, 
Reserved Seats at Reynolds’. 


TRADE, 


—AT— 


16 doz, Men’s Working Shirts, 
30 doz. Men’s Heavy Socks, 
10 doz. Polo Ties and Scarfs, 


Men's Cardigan Jackets, 


Undershirts and Drawers. 


A. E. FISH & Co. 


Shirt makers and Gents’ Furnishers, 
260 Front St. 


NIGHT SCHOOL 


—AT— 


Will commence on 


and continue 4 months, 


in Penmanship, 
Arithmetic, Correspondence, inolt 


Various trades, 


tho full course, or $3 00 por month, 
of those who take a night sohool course, and 
afterwards dosire to take tho fall commercial 
course, will apply on fall acholarabips. 


W. B, ROBINSON, 
J. W. JOHNSON, 
Principals and Consulting Accountants, 
Oct, 20th, 1881, 153d6t 


REMOVAL. 
CONGER BROS, 


HAVER HERMOVED 


THREE DOURS SOUTH 


RED FRONT STORE. 


ov, 1, 1881. L65d lw, wet 


a 


ALEX. CAUFMAN, 


LAZARE, 


ATURDAY’S 
BIS HVS. 


from 50cts., splendid value. 
at 20 and 25 cents. 


at 25ote, (a BARGAIN.) 


from 75cts, 


from 35y,, the largest stock in the city, 


Wurte Dress Surrts, collar attached, $1,00 
each. Oxford and Regatta Shirts, from $1.00, 


ONTARIO BUSINESS COLLECE 
Monday, November the 7th, 


Tho course consists of thorough instruction 


Koo ‘Meoping, 
ud 


ing practical grawmar and spolling, Busi- 
ness Forms and Papers, &c., and 
special instruction to Mechantes in the 
arithmetical caloulations applicable to their 


Tus Fees (payable in advance) are $5,00 for 
The feos 


Anything honest rather than it yourself 
TO LADIES OF B'LLEVILLE, | iS isnt ee 
(Gentlemen Not Excluded. profitable to lose a hundred dollars in idleness 
‘ through sickness rather than spend twenty-five 
RAILWAY COMPANY ‘BUS will, | or forty cents for Dr. Wilson’s Pulmonary Cherry 
until farther notice, run as follows : Se ire is the greatest remedy for throat 
Leaves Market, going by Bridge, Albert, a a ; 


races ee eee Streets, back to Mar-| _ nd "hi MED BE : 

et, at 74, 8}, 94, 10h x. m., aud 12h, 14, Bh, | Wire oF h in its early stages. 

44. 54, 64 p.m. 414M Check the Conieantipeion before its aed get 
Loaves Market, going by Bridge, Jobo, hold of lungs. The remedyisatthe hands 

Hotel, Albert tand Bridga Strete, back to | ° all who are 

Market, at 8, 9, 10, and I a.m,; and 12 poon® SICK 

and 1, 4, 5, and 6 p.m. and the fault is their own if they do not take ad- 
Fare 5 cents aioks way or part of way, vantage of it. 


M. B, ROBLIN. 
Belleville, Oct. 13tb, ’81. 140dt 


URNITURE SALE. 


I at tho residence of F. O, Ridley, - 
cial Street, on rer Comune 


Wednesday, November 15th, 


his farniture, carpets, &o, Further particu- 
lars in future advertisements, : 


TAKE NO OTHER. 


pe ot in ane at 25 = har 40 eeetinen 
cent size con t je 
Sold by all Drugilete sad dealers in iaaticlagen 
J. W. EAE IS 
Mon 


FOR SALE. 


wit be sold by Auction, if not before 
disposed of by private sale, on 


R PURDY, Wednesday, November 16th, 
Oct. 31, 1881. 43t | Proximo, at 3 p.m., on the premises, the 
ee 
Most Bligible Building Property 
in the City, extending from Chyrles to Albert 


Streets, and | between i 
E. F, Potts and J. J. B. Fit Eee 3 
&pply to Thos, Donaelly, Esq., or to 
JOHN J. B. FLINT. 
Mr. Flint has a number of valuable Lots on 


Bleecker Avenue for sale, on te 
Oct. 26. : ad are 


H.1. BOTTOMS & 60. 


SUCCESSORS To 


Holton, Bottoms & Co. 


o3w 
HARPOFT *pouredor sing ow 


STTALS MIN ‘SLVH 140S 8 4411S 


yst[3acp pay uwnomy “My Treo 


We are now showing SUPTT JO OS MON ose eFarmrUAT any 


the finest assortment of : 
j ALUIUVA LVAWD NT 
Twe eds, Overcoatings, ‘spooy £ou0p 
- puv ‘yar 
Ulsterings and Meltons, ‘auyowaysy 
we ever had, THEA a mane 
‘SOON 4OUlH 2p O77 AEX 
Also, a choice lot of | ‘s}vog ofeyn eat thes 
: *‘s}oyoUr UUYgoR. 
Tweeds suitable for La- | in Lede 
‘Pw? TTS] On 


dies’ wear. t pea Pd ame Soa rH 
: H. L. BOTTOMS & CO. alo iL 
‘AMANITA. ‘AQINITTI 


IS8Sa@ Of 
isund iSyns 


FOR SALE. 


| vet 
WILLIAM: SINGER. 
Pn make of Sewing Machine has taken 


firat prizes at all tho exhibitions this 
year, 


lined, front soat, side lamps... 
Top buggy in good Gren 2 ee eet aD 00 
Portland cutter, front seat... |, . 4500 
Light driving harnoas (prizo sot)...... 3000 


ah, comb, and 
Terms cash, Address = 
GEO. 0, ALCORN, 
Barristor, Picton. 
$$$ 
To Sell or to Let, 
? WIE nodorsigned offera to soll 
4 sonable terms, the Hotel now hana cake hen 
himeelf at Haydon’s Corners, The Hotel ion 
beon recontly rebuilt, is situated upon a lead. * 
10g gravol road, and is doing a goo bosiness, 
RR, PALMER, 
AStwtt 


155d3tood 


Noy. 30, 1880. 


Notes Lost. 


‘ TIMULE public are ation i 
Parties in want of a first olan Sowing M ing f Seorhae oi awainst nogotiat- 
chino will do well to call at the Williaqa’ ui ip Bhs. Shoe ea by Wm. Dafoe 
Sloger office, Front Stroot, Bellovillo, and ex- undersignod, The anh Ba favor of the 
amine before purchasing, of about $50, and the latter Shih pr 
» lows 


endorsations, 
ROBERT SILLS. 
Stdaw 


WM, DAVIS, 
Agent, 


Belloville, Nov, 1, 1881. 165d-4w 


Thurlow, Noy, 2, '8), 


Church. : é g ; 
Acase of trespass brought by A. L. | serious one occurred about three miles | “8° she is yet incomplete ; she is not in 
Smith against Wm. Donoghue, came before | west of Stirling. A number of section good! trim ;her sails are unstrebphed; her 


eePoe 6. ee elaceeat GIN to-'| sien were “ehveacd int seclat ld ties | 8°9° all stiff and new, and her crew unac- 
day arg 888 P ONS ER quainted with each other and the course | citizens of the groat republic across the seas 


THe annual autumn tea meeting in don 
the Holloway St. Mothodis 
Church will beheld noxt Thursday ovoving 
Nov, 10th, 


heotion with 


We Received Yesterday 


Will deliver a lecturo—aubjoct : Improve: | wae born in thie victatty 

TWO BALES OF TAPESTRY wont of our Lolaure | ville in bis oarly youth, About twonty 
Tue union noon-day prayer-moeting in | years ago ho wont west, and nothing was | 

—AND-— Bridgo St, Methodist Church to-day was | since heard of him, valil Inst summer, 

| woll attended, and it proved to be full of whon he came here to visit hia rolatives, 

VELVET CARPETS interest and profit, It is probablo that | and viow again tho soones ol his childhood. 

these prayer-mectings will bo continued | Ho is now Prosidontof the Leadville Bank, 

axo= every Monday during the season, one of the moat extensive mining operators 


Mr, UV, P. Hovron, accompanied by three 
ladies, loft to-day for Now York to witness 
tho great races for tho America’s Oup. It 
in probablo that Mr. Holton, Mr. Bell and 
Mr, Pringle will bo tho only gentlemon 
from Bolleville who will go to Now York 
for the express purpose of witnessing tho 
A few months ago theo number was 


BORDERS, 


Direct from the manufacturers, Tntendiog 
pacha will find our stook of carpets by 
ar tho largost and beat aysorted in the city, 
To value it cannot be equalled, as many of 
our lines were purchased far below what they 
can be imported at, 


races 
' twenty or thirty,now it has dwindlod down 
to threo, 

| On account of the concert to be given 
by the Kennedy Family to-morrow even- 
ing the meeting of the Anti-Treating Asso- 
ciation has beon postponed until Friday 
evening next, whon it willjbe held in the 
City Hall. Wo may add, by way of ro- 
mindor, that all members who have not yot 
obtained their cards may now get them on 
application to the Secretary, Mr, Chas, Gil- 
lon, at McMahon's law ottice. 

Ir is probable that there will bo a large 


attoudanco at the concert given by the 
Heavy Fall Woollens famous Konnody Family in the Metro- 
politan Hall to-morrow evening. The 
“Twa Hoursfat Hame,” which they have 
named their programme of songs, will be 
enjoyed by many besides native Scots, to 
whom the familiar words and aira will 
bring visions of the ‘‘ brown heath and 
shaggy wood” of thoir heloved land, 

Six boys were tried by the Police Magis- 
trate for wrecking the windows of old Joe 
Lambert's house on Hallowe'en, Their 
names are Frans Peckham, Lewis Shultz, 
Teddy Junot, Wm, J. Hogan, Thos. Bel- 

cher and John Steel. Hogan was discharg- 
on, Af er siz insertions 5 *44. @ line, ed, and the others were each fined $1 and 
Muorruy’s Srxam Dyixe anp Scourrxe | made to pay for the damage Which had 


We have also a fow picces of 


BLACK SILKS 


at $1.08, $1.19 and $1.25, cqual to what ls 
usually sold at $1.50 to $1.75, 


Oar assortment of 


is now complete, Our stock is very largo 
this fall. 


GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. 


— Boral Aotices. 


Notices under this head ets. a line each inser- 


Works.—Ladin’s and Gentlenron’s clothing | boon dono to the house. The fine and | °™2g races. There ia a great difference : 
of opinion among the yachting critics, | w!!! oppose any attempt to admit Dakota into 


scoured and dyed without being taken apart, 
Goods called for and delivered free of obarge, 
Orders attended to Ls post. Call at Murphy’s 
below the Queen's Hotel Front st. 


Baily Autelligencer. 


BELLEVILLE, MONDAY, NOV, 7. 


damages amounted to $2.19 for each, 


has accepted,a similar position in the Separ* 


higher salary than he has beon receiving 
here. Mr, O'Hagan leaves for his now 
sphere of labor about Christmas. Ho is a 
prinstaking aud conscieptious as well as 
able instructor, and is certain to make his 
mark in the educational field,if he remains 
y ; in it. 
Oiky, and. Vicinity. Tue honor roll of the Igt division o 
OxLy one prisoner—a larcenist—was in | the Boys’ Model School, says the Ottawa 
the cells last night, Citizen, has been placed in mourning for 
Niour school at the Ontario Commercial | this month, on acccunt of the death of one 
College opens this evening, at 7 o'clock. of the pupils of the division, Master E 
Te street scraper was at work on the | ward Harrison, A large mourning card, 
streets to-day cleaning off the mud, It had | prepared by the drawing master, has been 
plenty of work to do. 
Nexr Sunday evening Rey. Dr, Jeffers | contains the following, viz. : 
will preach a sermon to young mon, on the | moriam, Master Edward Harrison, 
subject of ‘* Posthumous Fame.” Sist October, 1881. Aged 13 years. No. 
Pror, OtpHaM has over 3Q singers with | 22 in Junior Section, 1st division, 1ntel- 
him to assist in the public meeting in con- | ligent, studious and manly, he has left an 
nection with the City Mission to-night. honorable name at the Model School.” 
DvRING yeaterday some mischievous per- Tunes Rons-oryin ono day is protty 


t 


sons broke three of the wheelbarrows which | lively for such a short line as tho Grand claims, have no chance at all against the 


are used by the workmen engaged on Christ | Junction, Three of these events occurred New York yachts, partly because her model | one at Mentana were silenced by the police. 
¢ | Cannot compare with theirs, but chiefly be- 


on Saturday on that line. The mos' 


morrow. ’ _ | with new ones, and shortly betore the regu- 
Tux case of Wm. Chambers, charged by 


Patrick Fitzpatrick with pointing a pistol at | taken out several old ties,and had not time 


him, was dismissed with costs at the Police | to put new ones in their places before the | ™&nned by the best sailors that can be ob- | mother country by common griefs. 
train reached the spot. Tho result was | *#ined. 


Court this morning. 
From arecent number of the London | that the rails wore broken and three freight 
Gazette we learn that Capt. O. F. Filliter | cars were thrown off the track and ditched. 
has exchanged from the Roya! Inniskilling | Tho freight was transhipped, and the train 
Fasiliers to the Bedfordshire Regiment. did not arrive in Belloyille until 2p. m. 
Mn. Pextey, Government engineer, left | Noone was hurt, but one of the care is 


town for Ottawa on Saturday night. He | very badly damaged. Another slight run- | man), Diamond, Frost, Holden. 


will give his final instructions with reference | off occurred at Madoc, A cow got mixed 
to the dredging of the harbor in a day or | up under the wheels’ of one of the coaches 
two. justasthe early Madoc train was moving 


Mx. O Haoan, Head Master of the R. 0. Everyone has beon surprised and disap- 


96-5m. | Separate School here, has been offered, and pointed at the result of the moasurement 
of the Atalanta, 


ate School of Chatham, Oat., at a much would have to give « time allowance to both 
the Mischief and the Gracie; but it is 
found that her cabical measurement is 
amallor than either, and both the yachts 
named will haye to give her considerable 
allowahco. The Mischief will have to give 
here three minutes and the Gracie eight, 


f° of mechanical incongtuities,” and criticizes 
hor in detail. Tho World, onthe contrary, 
says that all experts aro agreed that she is 
a very beautiful model. One competent 
q- | Jadge prouounces her “a rough diamond, 
but # diamond for all that.” 
says bho has extcemoly fine lines both fore 
placed at the bottom of the honor roll, and | “#4 4ft. ‘The idea of the varrow and con- 
—In Me-\ °*¥e stern with elliptic quarters, “ which is | or 10 times tho numoral rate of mortality dur- 
died almost certain not to be a drag to the boat” 
was, Oapt. Outhbert informed a Herald re- 
porter, suggested to him by experiments on 


lar Peterborough train came along they had they have tosail, On the contrary, the N. 


‘Thomas Smith (to be as- 


DAILY 


+ | Thoro was a largo proportivs of diamonds 


t | goll 
, | every oue pronoureed them 


and ailvor-ware among thom, and 


Aftor ten tho Rev Dr. Jeffers | Gon, Howolla is an: ld Bolloville boy. He 


and lived in Bell 


in the west, and « millionaire sovoral times 
over. 


Tur “Warata's” Orton. —The Kingston 
Whig, after recounting the difficulties with 
to contend 
says —' If 


conditions 


which the Atalanta will have 


in her forthcoming races, 
the Alalanta wins under such 
Canada may well bo proud of her, for sho 
will bo woll nigh whon fully 


eqhipped nod familiarized with her crew. 


invincible 


If she loses no Canadian will think less of 
the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club and Captain 
Outhbert. 
serve the warmost support and 
ment, They may uot bring tho Quoen’s 
Oup to Canada this yoar, but they will do 
60 somo day yet, or wo aro mistaken in our 
estimate of thoir porsevorance and continu- 
al improvement.” 


Their pluck aud enterprise do- 


encourage. 


Twhevs.—Thia iso loading dopartment 
with us, and this Fall wo offer for sale an 
nnusually large stock of Scotch, English, 
German and Usanadian Twoods, worsted 
diagonals and overcoatings of beautitul new 
designs and in reliable qualities. The 
special facilities wo possess of buying those 
cheaply in the cheapest markets in the 
world secure them to our customers at tho 
vory lowest prico they are to be had in 
Canada, —J aries Hennessy. 


THE ATALANTA. 
Wonflicting Opinions of the New 


All the leading journals of New York 
have something to say about the Atalanta, 
her model and her prospects in the forth- 


It was expected that she 


The Telegram speaks of her as ‘a bundle 


The Herald 


he Katy Gray. Forest and Stream pro- 


nounces the Atalanta only a good boat, and | constitutents. 
not by any means wonderful. 


She will, it 


. yachts are in perfect condition, and are 


Court of Revision, 
Fromay Eventya, Noy, 4, 1881. 


FOSTER WARD. 
Membors present :—Ald, St. Charles (Chair- 


REALTY REDUCTION, 
Assessment, Struckoff, 


seasod jointly to Sylvester 


Gro. Moxcan was charged at the Police | out of the Madoc yard, the result being| Smith)............ +» +4.$1,600 $200 
Court this morning with stealing a coat | thatthe coach was upset. It was wot ih- erin a John 1,200 100 


when a truck morely skipped the rails,caus- 
ing no damago to speak of. 


in gaol. 

Tux Belleville Ministerial Association 
met to-day, and organized for the ensuing 
year. Rev. Mr. Mitchell was elected 
President and Rey. Mr. Burns, Secretary- 
‘Treasurer. 


Wearuer Propasititizs—oronto, Nov. 
7.—Lakes, fresh to strong southerly to 
easterly winds, cloudy mild weather with 


RU eraeccer batiesinilished’ a gymc| Pep ee ee 
masiom in Toronto. Jt is to be hoped his} G.T. R. Nores.—We are informed that 
management of it will be moro satisfactory | Mr. James Stevenson, Assistant Superin- 
than was his management of the Belleville | tendent of the Grand Trunk from Kingston 
Gymnasium. east, has resigned his position and intends 

Tue Loyal Orange Lodge No. 727 enter-,| removing to the Northwest, His place will 
tained their brother Orangemen and ’Pren- | be filled by Mr. T. H. Cooper, Assistant 
tice Boys to an oyster supper at Mr, James | Superintendent of tho Kingston-Stratford 
Wallace’s oh Saturday evening, in commem- | district, and his place will be filled by Mr. 
ration of the bth of November. White, of Toronto,—Mr. Koberts, Aasistant 

Rememsex the public mooting in the | Mechanical Superintendent of the district 
City Hall, in connection with the City | from Toronto cast is to be removed to Port 
Missions, this eyening. The music, as Huron, to take tho position of Mech.n 
previously announced, will be furnished by cal Superintendent of the: Chicago and 
a choir undor the direction of Mr. H Old- | Grand Trunk Raiiway.-Mr, T. H. Clarke, 
Bam. Superintendent of the Pullman cars on the 

Crry Mission Sxnvices Tu1s W2EK.— Grand Trunk, has resigned, and is going 
‘On Tuesday oyening at Mr. Roe’s, Ohurch South for the benofit of hie health. 
Street, near the Gas House. On Friday 
evening at Mr. Bean's, Station Road, op- 
posite the pottery. All tho services at 
7:30 o'clock. : 

Tuosx who are of asentimental turn of 
aind, and love “the sweets of melan- 
holy,” will enjoy the performance of 
** Lazare, a Lifo’s Mistake,” in tho Metro- 
politan Hall on Wednesday evening. It is 
a profoundly melancholy production, 
though it ends happily. Inthe hands of 
Mr, Caufman and his company, it is said 
to be o really interesting drama. 

The propeller Ocean of the Chicago and 
Montreal Line,came into the harbor yester- 
day. She will load rye for Walkerville near 
Windsor. Tho Ocean io commanded by 
Osptain Arch, McMaugh, one of the oldest 
and best known propoller masters on the 
Inkes, and is owned by Norris & Neolon of 
St Ostharines, A gentleman in town who 
was formorly » pursor 00 the Ohicago aod 
Montreal Line informs us that in his time 
‘Captairi McMaugh was known no ‘‘Fearloas 
Archy.” Scarcely ap gale of wind blew 
hard enough to keep him in port, 


MARRIAGE oF AN OLD Bevvevitur Boy. 
— We learn from the Columbus (0.) Des- 
patch, of the recent marriage of Gon. 0. O, 
Howells, of Leadville, Oolorado, to Miss 
Cora Cooper, of Mt. Vernon, the ceremony 
being performed at tho latter place. Tho 
wedding is described as a mont brilliant 
one. ‘*Of the contracting parties,” says 
tho correspondent, ‘it ia pafe to say that 
ahandsomer couple never graced an oo- 
casion of this kind, The bride is one of 
the most beautiful of women, and when 
arrayed in her superb and costly costume 
last evening sho surpassed horself, Hor 
dress consisted of plain and brocaded white 
satin combined, and olaborato trimming 
yalenciennes laco and pearl pas- 
olegant voil foll 


A doop 
somentrio. A long and 
soltaire diamond 


groom, anda diamond pinin her neok, 


attractive, and vory costly 
sent by friends from Now York, Chicago 
Denver, Texas, and many other places 


from the head of the bride, and she wore 
opr-rings, the gilt of the 


The presonts wore unnoually elegant and 
They wore 


Yarwood),,.........-.. 1,950 confirmed 
William Roberts............ 1,775 confirmed 
J. P.O, Phillips.......... 900 contirmed 


312—omitted from assess- 
ment 45-100 and not ass- 
essed and to bo assessed 


the gamo aslast year.... 400 
George Boulter ... 64.6... .. 1,200 300 
C, L. Coleman (aszeasors ad- 

mitted an over assessmont 

of $500, and stands asso sa~ 

ed to G, 8, Johnston and 

J.G, RKobingon)....... +» 2,600 500 
N, B. Falkner............ 700 confirmed 
Hugh Walker............. 650 150 


The remainder ofthe cases in Foster Ward 

will bo heard on Saturday, the 12h inst. 
SAMSON WARD. 

Court mot this evening, bth Nov., 1881, at 
7.30 p. m. Membora presont—Ald, St. 
Charles, Chairman; Frost, Diamond. 

REALTY REDUCTIONS, 


Ansonsmont. § truck off, 

John J, Shos, G. D. Dick- 
nop, owner ..+.. 81,500 confirmed 
. 175 confirmed 


ter Smith, to be ascvssed 
jointly......, 
Hugh Blalisvtessivine vacmese 1,650 confirmed 
W. J. Taylor, 101 and 114, 2,200 400 00 
C, St. G, Yarwood........ 2,259 677 70 
William Roborts,..... 2 
J. P. CO. Phillips s.......,: 


coniirmed 


John MoFeo...... . 5,250 confirmed 
Hon. Kobert Read....... 1,300 600 00 
Charles Wilking,., ...... 1,200 contirmed 
Job Lingham,..... » «+. 12,000 contirmod 
John Hoby, JamosSoby,.,. 7,000 f00 00 
John Soby, Jamos Soby..., 1,400 200 U0 
Honry MolIninoh.......... 2,890 420 00 
William Dafoo........... 400 400 00 


Get out Doors, 

The close confinement of all factory work, 
tives tho operatives pallid faces, poor appetite, 
anguid, miserable feelings, poor blood, inac- 
tivo liver, Kidneys and urinary troubles, 
and all tho physicians and medicine in the 
world cannot help them unless thoy get ont 
of doors or use Hop Bitters, the purest and 
best remedy, uspocially for suph pasos, having 
abuodance of health, sunshine and roay chooks 
inthom, Thoy cost but a trifle,— Christian 
Recorder, 


There is DO preparation that stands so high 
among farmery, grooms, and livery stablo 
keopors as Downs’ Sturgeon Oil Liniment. 


application for all injuries befalling a horse 
* | we bave ceased to wonder at the 
it onjoys, 


toagnificont,” 


It | and Prosorying lills, 
is used with greatast succoss as on external 


From haying witnessed jts healing powers, 
popularity | sick hoadache, and genoral 


INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7 


| MORNING DESPATCHES 
| EUROPEAN. 


ssl. 


Mr. J. K, Glenn, Harvey, N. B., write “I 
have used Wilson'a Pulmonary Cherry Bal- 
san with groat advanteyes in provious yoarr, 


| Keoontly I caught s severe cough with much 
roneew of the juuge, Keomembeoring the great 
benefit | had deriver from its use, Tat once 
HKLMASE OF IIL SUBPROTS. resorted to it, and was cured aa before, | 
Lonpoy, Nov. 7,—1t isramored that ne Butter, Milk and Hgge, 
gotiations are olloat for the release of avuapootr, The three indispensable arti lea of consump 
on condition that they will stand aloof and tiowaro #0 grestly improved in quantity and 
lot the Land Aot have a fair triel It is waid | quality, whoo HakveLt's Coxprrion PownKn 
| aro mixed with food of the oowsa or poultry 
that somo of the suspects are invlined to koop 


thoir hands off for a roasonablo time, but will 
not bind thomaelves to anything, It is stated 
that a real test of the Land Act must bo made, 
or monster ootates in the west and south: 
west of Ireland, whore famine ooours, and 
whore there aro thousands of tenants pay- 
ing Lto3 pounds yearly, to whom 25 per 
cont. off rents would be littleor no benefit, 
yot vpon whose holdings landlords have spent 
thousands of dollara on improvementa, 
GLOOMY ASPROT OF KUSSIAN APPrAIna, 

Beni, Noy. 7.—A diplomat, just from 
St. Potersburg, gives a very gloomy dovorip- 
tion of the situation of Russian affairs, which 
aro growing moro oritical daily in consequence 
The 
Nihilists aro distributing ciroulara charging 
the Czar with being the cause of all the 
trouble, and declaroa he is sending all the 
gold of Russia to Denmark. Tho’ truth is o 
small part of 60,000,000 rubles found in the 
Imporal cellars after the assassination of Alox- 
andor II, was forwarded to Denmark at the 
timo of the reoont royal mariage, High Rus- 
sian officials are advising tho landlords to 
leave the country for the cityif they do not 
want to be assassinated. Great anxiety pre- 
vaila at Gatechina. 

AUDIENOK WITH THK PAPAL NUNCIO, 

Panis, Nov, 7,—Egan ant Biggar on Sat- 
urday had an audisnce with the Papal Nuncio 
in Paris, to whom thoy explained the objects 
of tho prosont Land Loaguo movement, and 
tho nature of the strike against rents, 


AMERICAN. 


NEW YORK NOTES, 

New York, Noy. 7.—It is stated that Har- 
ry Gono’s frienda have raisod $9,600 to pay 
his fino, at the expiration of his term of im- 
prisonment next Friday. 

Tho Tribune's Washington special says, it 
in considered cortain that Democratic Senators 


of th’ increasing dearness of provisions, 


the Union as a separate State, 

Tho Herald's Washington special saya that 
a Washington broker intorested in the mat- 
ter says that the schomo of purchasing Con- 
federate bonds originated by a New York firm 
in connection with one in England. Tho whole 
intention of the purchasers was to run tho 
bonds up toa figuro higher than they give, 
and then put them off on the publio at a much 
higher price, : 

RUMOR DENIED, 

Puttavetritta, Noy. 7.—The Times’ Wash- 
ington correspondent says :—The story that 
at a Cabinet meotiag tho Prosident took Mac 
Veigh soveroly to task for not making proper 
preparations for the proseoution of Guitvau 
is pronounced by prominent mombors of the 
Cabinet to be wholly falso. 


AFTERNMGN DISPATCHES, 


Darce.mnc, India, Nov. 7,—Deaths from 
choloraic fever at Unsretzer amount to 9,000, 


ing the past few years 
ACTION FOR SLANDER. 
Breury, Noy. 7.—Bismarck has brought an 
action for slander against Von Bunsen, sociale 
ist, srising from a speech of Von Banren to his 


Rome, Nov. 7.—The anpivorsary of the 
battle of Mentana was celebrated at Milan 
and Mentena. ‘Two speakers at Milan and 


WESTMINSTER ABBEY. 


_ Loypon, Nov. 7,—Bradley, tho new Dean, 
in bis inaugaral sermon in Westminster 
Abboy yesterday, Inid great stress on the 
common inheritance in the Abbsy, which the 


might claim could they forget divided ooun- 
sols and unhappy memories, America had 
twice this year, hessid, been drawn to the 


New York, Nov, 7.—Arrived the Rhine 
from Hamburg. 

Griascow, ‘Nov. 7,—Arrived the State of 
N:braska, 

OPERA HOUSE BURNED, 

Jonnson, Mo., Nov. 7.—The opera hero is 
burned. Loss, $50,000. 

WHALING SCHOONER SUNK. 

Dennis Port, Nov. 7.—Tho whaling sohoon- 
or Delia Hodgsken capsiz:d in a squall off Pol- 
look Rip light ship on Friday night and sunk, 
Tho crow of 15 had barely time to get into 
the long boat. After being in the boat 24 
hours without food aod proper clothing, the 
mate and fourmon died of exhaustion and 
fright and were thrown overboard. The sur- 
viyors were picked up by a parsing vessel on 
Saturday vigh 


A short road to health was opened to those 
suffering fromchronic coughs, asthma, bron- 
chitis, catarrh, lumbago, tumors, rheumatism, 
excoriated nipplos or ioflamed breast, and kid- 
ney complaints, by the introduction of the 
inexponsive and offective remedy, Dr. 7'homas’ 
Kelectric Oil. 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. 

The Best SAtvein the world for Cuts, 
Bruises, Sorea, Salt Rheum, Fover Sores, Tet- 
ter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 
all Skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, 
It is guaranteed to givo eatisfaction or money 
refunded. Price 25,cents por box, For salo 
by Jas, Clark & Co, 


People haye no rightto become dyspeptic 
and remain gloomy and miscrablo, than they 
have to take poison and commit suicide, If 
the stomach bocomes weak and faila to por- 
form its functions, Burdock Blood Bitters will 
speedily remedy tho troublo 


Pains and Griping in Children. 

Heunion’s SUGAR-COATED VeGeTADLY PILLS 
are,a sovercign remedy for this ailment which 
ia not alone confined to children, Nothing 
oan withstand thoir subtle action and purify- 
ing influences, Thoy are purely yogetablo, 
and nover inconyoniongo tho patient, Thoy 
are sold everywhore, 


No article ovor attained such unbounded 
popularity in so short a timo as Burdook 
Blood Bitters, and that too during tho exis. 
tence of countloss numbora of widely advortis- 
ed bittors and blood purifiers, Itis ovident 
that thin medicine hegins its work at once, 
and loaves no dosirable offoot uoattained, 


Keep the Feet Dry. 

This is the season of sloppy weather so 
yroduotive of colds, and lung troubles j nog: 
eotod cold or damp feet ia groat source of 
thove difflcultios, Cure your cough with Hag- 
yard’s Pectoral Balsam. Ploasant to tako and 
always reliable, 

a 
Deserving of Praise. 

Too much cannot be exproased in favor that 
unburpassod remedy for conghs, colde aothinga, 
eroup, sore throat, and all lung complaint 
If you ouflor from neglected cold, try 7 
| Jard’s Peotoral Balaam. 
| only 26 oente, 


! Hag. 
Tho cont is trifling, 


Wo know of no pilla that work y on tho 
ayatom as woll as Yr, Wilgon'a Antil-bilioug 
They do not ripe or 
weakon in their action and are tho boat pills 
Wo over used, Forthe vare of all diseancs 
of tho stomach and bowels, liver complaint 


Weaknoe 
| is no equal to thom. eaknoes thoro 


that no dairy or poultry yard oan possibly be 
remundrative without them, Ask for them 


The Causes of Colds 
aro gotting ovorheated in hot rooms or crowd. 
od assomblice, sittiog in a draught, or cooling 
too rapidly after exorise, muilling up warm 
and changing to lighter wrappings, cold and 
damp feet. No matter what is the cause Hag. 
yard's Pootoral Balsam is tho oure for all 
throat and lung disosses that induce consump- 
tion, 
—<—$—_—_———_. 
MARRIAGE, 

In Mt. Vemon, Obto, on Thursday, Sept, 
20th, Counenius C, Howrit, formerly of Belle- 
ville, to Coua, youngest daughter of Mr. and 
Mra. Chas. Cooper. 

___-_-__--: ee e+ ---:nh—k —_—— 


MMP ayaa Re) 
S)aewwercrai. 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 
InauLiioeNoms Ovriog, 
Bellevill:, Nov. 7, 185), { 
There is no change in theletreet price for 
grain to-day except for oats, which are one 
gent higher at 42 to 43, 
Wieat—$1.20 to $1,256, 
Bantny—75c. to 80c. 
Rye—S8de. 
Oats —42 to 430, 
P RAS —fibo, to 750, 
Hams—12ho, 
LAmMB—7o to 8c per Ib, 
Dressep Hoas—$7.50 to $8, 
Borran—Roll 25¢ 
Eoas—lb5o, to 200. per dozen, 
Hipes—Kough $7.00, inspooted 


$3.00 
OCaty Sxise—10o per Ib, 
Lams Sxuvs—$1,00 
WooL—22o0, 
LAup—llo to lbo, « 
CatLow—Rough, 4o, 
TaLtow—Rendere4, 64o. 
Porarors—$1 per bag. 
Frour—Wholesale, $6.50 por bbl. 
Frown —Rotail,$6.50 to $7.00 per bbl, 
Hay—810.00 to $12.00 per ton. 
Straw—§$5 per ton, 
OnTCKaNs—259 to 509 per palr 
Grrsr—0c, to 60c, each. 
Dvoxs—50 to 600 per pair, 


TORONTO MARKET, 

‘Lononto, Nov. 7. — Fall wheat No, 1 
$1.30 to 0.00; No. 2, $1.27 to $0.00; No 3, 
$1.22 to $1.23. Spring No. 1,—81.34 to $1.35. 
No, 2, $1.32 to $1.33; No, 3, $0.00 to $0.00; 
Barloy—No, 1 90 to 92; No, 2, 87to0 88 ; No, 3 
oxtra, 81 to 83; No. 3,76 to 77. Peas— 
No, 1,80 to 00; 2,77to 78, Oate-No, 1, 44 to 00; 
No, 2, 000, Corn—00 to 00. Wool—00 to 00, 
Blour— superior, $5.85 to $5.90; extra, $5.75 
to $5.50; fanoy, $0.00 to $0.00 ; strong bakers 
$0.00 to $0.00 ; spring oxtra, $0.00 to $0.00, 
superbue, $0,00 to $0.00 ; fine, $0.00 to $0.00, 
Bran $13.50 to $00.00. lover seed, $0.00 to 
$0.00. Timothy £0.00 to 80,00. Hogs—30.00 
to $0.00. Butter 17 to 20. Barley (street) 
750 to 91. Kye, 0O0to 000. Spring whoat, 
$0.00 to 20,00, Fall wheat 31,23 to $1.27. 
Oatmoal $000 to $0.0). Cornmeal $0.00 to 
$0.00, Pork $00.00 to $00.00, 

Market rather unsettled, Flour weak,a lot 
of superior and extra sold at equal to $5.80, 
but $5.85 was bid for if delivered in Toronto; 
whoat oturncasicr on fall with $1,27 the 
best bid for No. 2, but $1.33 was paid for 
mixed lots of spring, three-fourths of fall be- 
ing No, 2 and one-fourth No.1; oats very 
scarce with 44 fully bid; barley inactive, 
with buyers and zellers holding off and proves 
unsettled. 


c 


MONTREAL MAKKET. 


Top Phetons, Top Bu 


who will entrust 


SEE THEM. They are the chea 
and 6 


and sol 


FOR ONE 


— = er ~re = 


MONTH. 


_—O———— 


In order to make room for my large 
. at 
I will sell 


REMAINING STOGK OF CARRIAGES, 


supply of Winter Stock 
all my 


——CONSISTING OF—— 


ggies, Open Phetons, 


Open Buggies, and Democrats, 


——AT A— 


REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT. 


Sale to continue for one month from this date, when I will offer a grand display of 


WINTER STOCK of CUTTERS, SLEIGHS, &c, 


Tho tinest ever offered in Belleville, at 
bX CHEDINGLY LOW PRICES. 


I have just completed ver i i ildi 

: | y extensive additions to my build 
one of the finest carrisge manufacturing establishments, in Ontario, “The 
their orders to me for anything in the line ‘ 


rare tti : - - - 
oman Be eee value for their money. All I askis that intending purchasers wi 


‘oro purchasing elsewhere, 


October 25, 188], 


ge cost, making 
Therefore, customers 
of carriages or sloighs, ms 


JAMES ST. CHARLES. 


150dtf,wim 


ooo 
A BIG DRIVE 
DRESS GOODS. 


o 


We have opened out 6 cases of Goods i 
P in the New of Drens oc ’ bought a 


15¢. DRESS 


1'7c, 4 
25c. ss as 
SOc. 4 ss 


GOODS FOR 10 CHNTS. 
« 123 “ 


“ 15 “ 
“ 30 “ 


t in Belleville. Also BLACK CASHMERES 
60 cts. A Great Bargain. soe. £0, 5 


ow. & D. PATERSON, 


OH! THAT RHEUMATISM. 


I did not sleep a wink from it all night. How 


common is this complaint, and how unneces- 
sary, Why, there is a remedy for it in every 
town in Canada. It is called Dr. Dow's Stur- 
geon Oil Liniment. It is a medicine of remark- 
able strength which, when employed externally 
cures rheamati«m, sprains, bruises, cramp 

muscles, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, 
joints, erysipelas, ringworms, &c., &c. 


, contracted 


CAUTION. 
Do not use it internally because its strength is 


so great that it is adopted only for outward ap- 

plication both as a counter irritant and as a 

Brvace of the bruised irflamed skin to healthy 
on. 


Pat up in large bottles, retsil 25 ‘cts. each, 
by all Druggists and Country Mer- 


Monrimat, Nov. 7.—Flour, roceipts 3,500 | chants. 


bls, ; sales 700 bris. Market dull,demand light, 
prices 5 to LO cts, lowor to eell. Quotations: — 
Superiore $6,10 to $6.15; extra $6 00 to $6.10; 
spriag xtra 96.05 to $6.15; superfi.e 
$5.70 to $5.80; strong bakers $6.75 to 97.50; 
fine $5.00 to $5.10 ; middlings $4 10 to $4.20; 
pollards $3.75 to $400; Ont. bags $2.75 to 
$3.00; city bags $3.70 to $3.80. 

Sales—100 superior $6.10; 100 do $6.15; 
100 spring extra $6.15; 100 medium bakers 
$6.50, 100 do $6.65; 250 Ont, bags $2.90 ; 
250 do, $2 95. 

Grain- Wheat noml. U. C. white winter 
$1.35 to $1.36 ; red $1.39 to $1.40, Corn 70 to 
71, Peas 90. Oats 40, Barley 70 to 75. Rye 
95 to 96. 

Oatmeal $5.00 to $5 20; cornmeal $3 50. 

Provisions—Butter western, 17 to 18; E. 
T. 20to 21; B. and M, 19 to 20; creamery 
23 to 24. Cheese ll to 12, Pork 22, Lard 
15). Bacon 11 to 12, Hams13 to 14, 

Ashes pots $5.15 to $5.20; pearls noml. 


MONTREAL STOCKS, 
The following is the official roport of the 
Montreal Stook Exchange, Nov. 7 — 


AFTERNOON DOARD, 


Name, asked. offered, rales. 
Bank of Montreal...199} 199 { 50@94,50@ 
,60@9 

Ditto ox-diy, 195} 195 50@54.25@ 
$,50@6 
Merchants Bank.,.125) 127} 
Ditto ex-div, 125) 125 
Bank of Commorys,,141} 141 25@14,50@1} 
Ontario Kank ..... 59; 59 10@8},650@9 
f 150@,60@4 


Bank of Toronto....162} 155 
Molson’s Bank.....1162 115 50@164,50@} 
Banquodu Pouple.., 91 90 50@90 


Jacques Cartior.... 108 105 
Union Bank.,..........97 
Quebec Bank....., 
Exohange Bank..,,, 

Mont. TelographCo.128 127 


Domin, Telog’ph Co. .97 

MontrealGasOo.,..142 141 

City Passenger Co...126 124 

R.&O. Naviga’n Oo, 46} 45} 100@64,25@ 
~ ¢4,800@6 

Royal Can. Ins. Co,, 

{mporial Bank..,... 

Canada Uottou,..... 

Dundas Cotton..... ; 

Consolidated Bank, . . 

Federal Bank,,...... 

Ont. Investment, .. 

St. P.,Minn &Man, Ry. 


NEW YORK PRODUOCK MARKET. 


-- all kinds of work, 
Strong, Durable, Light Running, 


Naw York, Nov. 7. 

Cotton quiet, 119. 

Flour dull, declining ; rooelpta 24,000 brs. ; 
salos 10,000 brla, ; $4.00 to $5.25, sup. stato 
and weatorn. $5.50 to $8,2500m, to choive ex, 
stato; $5.00 to $9.00 do. wen 

Rye flour dull, heavy, $5.00 to $5.50, 

Whuoat 4 to fo lowor ; business mainly spec- 
ulativa; receipts 153,000 bur, ; sales 8 000 bus, 
No, 2 red, apot, $1.409 49,000 31.3998 to 40} ; 
424,000 do Doo. 444 to 45; 340,000 do. Jan, 
474 to 48}: 40,000 do March 52. 

Kyo quiet, $1.02 to $1.04). 

Lorn opened lower, afterwards Orm ; 
roooipta 170,000 bus, ; eales 430,000 bus, 64 
to 68}, old; now, GS} to 744. 

Barloy fitm and unchanged, 

Oata lowor; roceipta 100,000 bus ; cals 
180,000; 47 to 49 mixed; 50 to 534 white, 

Pork dull, weak, $17.50, 

Lard lower, $11,20, 

Butter 14 to 86. 

Cheese 3c to Le, 


CHICAGU MARKETS, 

Ciicaao, Noy, 7.—Wheat 26} nom, Nov,; 
278 Dee,; 284 Jan, Corn 07} nom. Nov.; 5S} 
Dov,; 58Y Jan Oatad2) askod Nov.; 24 Doo, ; 
24 Jan.; 444 May 


Pork $10,824 Jao. Lard $10,924 Jan, 


OSWEGO MARKET 
Oaw nao, N, Y., Nov, 7 Wheat quiet 
white state $1.56; red do, 89 [Corn unchanged 


J. W. BRAYLEY, 
Montreal. 


AGENTS WANTED, 
Be the beat selling artloles out. Agente 
make from $2.50 to $5,00 per day at 


home. Samples by mail at 59 cts,, or 4 new 
articles for $1.00. 


Dominion Gen Agency Co., 
134dlm] 214 St. James St. Montreal, P. Q. 


The New Canada 


METHODIST HYMY BOOK, 


AND THE 


NEW PRESBYTERIAN HYMN BOOX, 


LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN FHE OITY AT 


J, C. OVERELL'S. 


‘THE BARRETT 
SINGER SEWING MAGHINE 


if sold 20 per cent. cheaper than foreign 
manufacture, and yet it has no superior on 
It is 


and Almost Noiseless. 


Come to the factory and avoid paying froight, 
duty, agenta’ and sub.sgents’ foos. Spend 


your money on home manufacture, it will ro. 


turn to you again, The factory is the place 


to got yonr repairing dono, 


; JAMES BARRETT, 
Romombor factory and offico at Messrs, 
Brown's foundry and machine works, Bollo- 


ville, Ont 1l55d&w 

MILLINERY OPENING. 
M KS. HORNE, who was recently roti | 
1 out on Hotel Stroot, 


HAS QPpENED 


to Mra. Euatace’s 


ir 8 , 
in tho Shep noxt bo ae trom Wesley 


Ballea’s, 
Storo, and second 


yRONT aTREOT. 
M's, HORNE. 


p2d2w 
Oot #3: ssl, 16% 


‘vo Let. 
od by Mokae 
Stooker, 


waloa mixod western at 75, Barley quiet, Ne 
bright Can, nominally, $1.08; No, L Cau he 


Kyo quiet, 97 in bond Cay eights 
d . al fe “ 
| wet and pe Bho; corn aud rye 50°} bare | 
loy 40 to New York; 8% to Albany: 


a | VEL atore formerly oooup! 


Apply to 
»P'M. B, ROBLIN, 


Toru moderate. 


Oot, 18th 1881, 


Millinery | [AAT dosirable two storey 


The “‘ Syndicate” Store. 


CIDER. 
20,000 Gallons Wanted. 


PPLY at the old M. E, Charch, opposite 
Foundry. 


Brown's aoe 
LAMPS! 


Oct, 21. 
We have some light and elegant 


HANGING LAMPS, 


for halls, parlors or dining rooms. These are 
decidedly in advanoe of anything previously 
shown in Belleville. Also, a lot of 
beautiful 


TABLE LAMPS, 


in polished brass and ited in, fitted 
wi _ best Feast be Pacer pe 
very low. 


F. H. ROUS & CO. 


Belleville, Oct. 25, 1881, 


CARPETS. 


HIS is a aang department with us,fand 

this Fall we offer for sale an set coke 
large Stock of Brussels, Tapestry and all wool 
Carpets, in beautiful New designs and in 
reliable Qualities. 


The = me facilities we possess of buying 
these cheaply in the Cheapest markets 
in the world, secure them to our customers 
at the very lowest price they are to be had in 
Canada. 


TERMS, OASH, 


GEO. RITCHIE & CO. 


QTARTLING 
DISCOVERY! 


LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. 

A victim of youthful imprudence causing Prema- 
ture Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, ok., 
having tried in vain overy known remedy, has dis- 
Peg Re a ed camp enicn ho will send FREE 
© his fellow-sufferers, address J. WH, REEV 
43 Chatham st, N.Y. avers 


‘OUR STOCK 


LAMP COODS! 


1g NOW COMPLETE. 


— 


fery "‘daudsomoe 
Be 


me ¥ 
Wo Have none Pe 


JAMES GLARKE & Co, 
Tho Pharmacy. 
TO LET. 
wo i Brick House on 
¢ Mill and Burrell Streets. 


; ttachod to the 
A 1 od grocery store & 
There re For terme and 


‘ vartioulare apply on the promises, 
(ater ok 2 ssl. = * «MARGE 


* To Let. 


HAT dosirable residence on Commercial’ 
‘1 Stroot now occupied by tho undersigned, 


Posascasion given immodiately, 
lara apply to Francia Dolan, bing 


Oct, 20 1881, : 


For particu 
DLEY. 
Méatt, 


————— or 


) 


DIREGT IMPORTATIONS 


—_Oor— 


Fine WINES 


We havo just rocelved dircot from OADIZ 


and OPORTO a quantity of 


VERY CHOICE 


SHERRY AND PORT, 


including a fow casos of VERY SuPEnior 


—OLD VINTAGE PORT— 


BOTTLED IN OPORTO. 
Wallbridge & Olarke, 


Guocuns & Wir« Muncuants, 
37 aod 39 Bridge St 
Joly 274b, 1881, ; 


ROYAL 


INSURANGE GOMPANY ! 


Of London, Bogland. 


FIRBEAND LIF SE. 
QAPITAL + - = = $10,000,000, 


Shareholders liability unlimited, Fands in- 
svosted, $23, 000,000; annual income, $5,000, 000, 


Invested in Canada for shen oo: ‘anadian 
Policy Holders, nearly 000. Farm pro- 
rty insured t by lightning. 


to Lies Seed by lightning anywhero 
the farm mado good. 
za T, DONNELLY, Belleville, 
Disrriot AGENT 


MONEY TO LOAN 
i very reasonable rates, payablo in instal 


ments, or in one sum. Apply te 
T, DONNELLY, 
No, 25 Bridge St Bollovill 


PHaIN ITs 


Fire Insurance Company, of Lon- 
don, England. 


ESTABLISHED IN 1783. 
Am Established in Canada in 1804. 


Unlimited liability of allthe Stockhold- 
ere and large reserve fnuds. Moderate rates 


of Premium. 
GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co. 
- General Agents for Canada. 
"Agent, Belleville 


WHITE STAR LINE 


United States & Royal Mail Steam- 
ers Sailing every Week 


Between New York, Queenstown and Liver- 
eo Germanic, Britannio, Adriatic, Coltio 
tio, Republic. 

The steamers of this line are unsurpassed 
for rei and Meso aa do ot 
carry cattle, or pigs, ‘al passayro, 
$60, $80 and $100, Exoursion tickets on fav- 
orable terms. 5S tickets, poteding 
railroad fare to and from Belleyille, at lowos 
rates, Parties desiring to send for their friends 
or take a trip to the old country will do wel) 
to apply for further information to" 


T, DONNELL 
277d&w mA 


Agent, Bellevil'e 
VEGETABLE BALSAMIC) «| 


bLId] 


Whooping 
Diseases, when taken 


Fifty-one years of constant 
use preyes the 
remedy has stood 
Downs’ 


that no congh 
the test like 


Price 35 senigend @1.00 per bottle 
Dr. Baxter's Mandrake 


BITTERS 
anos 


Price 25 cents bottle. 
mapa 


HENRY & JOHNSON'S 
ARNICA AND OIL 


LINIMENT§ 


For Man and Beast. 


The most perfect liniment ever com- 


pounded. Price 25 cts. and 50 ct p 
’ Vor Bale Everywhere. * 


GLASS FRUIT JARS 
JUST TO HAND. 


200 D0Z. CROWN FRUIT JARS 


the Best in the Market, 
—AT— 


TEMPLETON’S 


__ Front St, Opposite Foot Bridge, 


GRAY’S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. 
TRADE MAR# Tie GneatENG-TRADE MARK 
Li = Remepry, ¢ 
Anunfailin 7 
cure for Semin. 


Weaknes, Spor- 
matorrhes, a 
tency, and all 
Fieases that C) ¢ 
wet Aen =a | 
nc ° ; + AFTER TAKIK 

Z a eey, Universal tude, Pain fn | 
the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old | 


Age, and many other 

sanity or Consumption and a Premature Grave. 

gar Fol! particulars in our phlet, which we 

desir tadicloe ls oold by all druggists at $1 
ic 6 ls 80. a 

% es for $5, or will be 

pt of the money by | 


MBDICINE Co. 
elated seraelal Ont., enhda, 
Sold by all Draggists and A. L. Geen, Belleville, 


WUTISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE 
COMPANY: 
“CounpORATED 1833. 


Capital Pp 
G aid —_ 
“ah Anests “* +... g500,(00 00 
1,420,000 00 


Loauranc, ® 
Vromptly * OD all class’. ” 
“n4 liberally wottLgroperty. Lowscs 


J 41D, Baw 


Oly Bint, 188) 


Fire 1 
a 
“img ange bast 


| wicked woman ! 


Ais 


: 
“ >) | 
Se ATAA asin os 


Baily Buteligencer. 
WOOED AND WON. 


So she reasoned with horself as sho walk 
ed through the leafy ylades of Irksdale. A 
broad running brook sang ite protty song ; 
sho stooped down and laved her hot hands 
in it; it was so cool, this awoot water sing 
ing under the shade of tho trees, sho bath 
od her face in it, Ah, Heaven, what 
foyor of fear sho had passed through, what 
a torror of fright, what moral anguish; and 
the water sang on, soothing her with its 
molody, How the calm and silonce con 
trasted with tho hot unrest she had suller- 
ed, tho fover of heart and soul—a longing 

came to her to lio down by the brookaide 

while the water sang her soul away, 

Thon she startod to find the morning ad- 
vyancing—had she been «sleeping by the 
brook r The sun was high in tho hoavens, 
and the birds all singing in the treos—tho 
sorvants would miss hor and wonder, She 
must go back to the house. 

Hor maid was waiting with a smiling 
faco—she supposed the beauty of tho 
morning had tompted hor lady out. Thon 
she uttered a cry of dismay when she 
caught sight of Diano’s face. 

*You are il,’ my lady, | am 
cried. ‘ What is the mattor ?’ 

*T am not ill,’ said Diane, * but 
not sleep well. 1 could not reat,’ 

* Your face is white, and your oyes are 
so strange, Lot mo bring you some teal’ 

Diane drank the tea—the same strange 
thirat was on hor that she had felt by the 
brook’s side. Then her maid helped hor 
with her pretty morning dress, 

‘I shall not ride or drive to-day,’ said 
Diane. ‘I shall do nothing but rest.’ 

‘And indeed,my lady,you look as though 
you need it, no one more. I do not think 
you left London a day to soon.’ 

Diane went to the library ; she @lected a 
book she thought would please her, then 
she went out to her favorite seat undor the 
great sweeping cedar on the lawn. 

What was sho reading? there were the 
printed letters so plain and clear, yet she 
could not find any aense in them. Was it 
a story !/—was it her own /— were the words 
printed, or was she dreaming them? 

‘You cannot deceive me, you are my 
wife, Diane !" 

With a startled cry she closed the book ; 
she was surely asleep and dreaming again. 

‘This will never do,’ thought Diane, ‘I 
shall lose my rerson if it goeson. I shall 
go mad, 

She left her seat under the ceder, and 
walked about the lawn, trying to interest 
herself in the bright-winged butterflies and 
the lovely flowers, trying to reason with 
herself and make herself beliove there was 
no need for fear, How could he trace her? 
—how could he possibly find out she was 
Lady Korston? They would not tell him 
at tho store ; sho had the principle’s word 
for that ; how could he trace her ; she was 
safe there in her husband’s home as though: 
death itself aiy ded herfrom Bruno Severne; 
why fear? 

She saw a servant coming across to her 
—Andrew, a footman, who has been for 
some years at Irkadale. 

‘My lady,’ he said, ‘did I not understand 
that by your own express orders you were 
not at home to any one |’ 

~*You are right,’ said Diane. 

_ ‘There is a person here—I cannot say he 
is a gentleman, my lady for he does not 
look like one, and he ins‘jts upon seeing 
you.’ 

‘Insists upon seeing me!’ she repeated. 

Yes, I told him your ladyship was not at 
home, . He said bis business was most ur- 
gent, that he knew you were here, and 
shonld not go awsey without seeing you. 
He added that if I mentioned hi: nanie, 
Saverne, your ladyship would see kim at 
once. 

Oh,\Heaven ! it had come at last! the 
thunderbolt had fr'len from the blu 
skies! Her heart gaye one wild bound, 
then scomed to stop; a damp, like the 
damp of death, came on her brow; then 
with a Pal effort, with a vague idea 


sure, sho 


I did 


that for Philip’s azke she miust control | 

herself before tho sorvants at least, sho 

turned away lest the man should seo the 

pee of her face, and notice the trem- 
of her hands. 

U3 everne ? she repeated ; Sand he insists 
upon secitg mo.’ 

‘He h _come from Loridon for that 
purpose,’ paid the servant. 

: Ea 3 : ae ies 1 need not re- 
u © house,’ she saic 

the man turned away. AD eae 1280 
_ He was coming. She gare one despair- 
ing glance at the bluo he ayens; one low 
moan of unutterable ang‘aish came from 
her Jips ; then ahe turned to confront him 
with the look and gesture of a queen. 

He drow back involuntarily, startled in 
spite of himself. He hid expected to see 
Tear, terror, surprise; instead of that, a 
queenly woman was looking at him, with 
nothing but well-bred surprise in her faco. 
There was no fear, no terror, but the dig- 
nified wonder of one who is interrupted 
against her will; she was oven the first to 
speak. She went forward one step in ad- 
vance ; she looked steadily at him. 

You wished to see me? she said court- 
eously. Thon the courteous grace seemed 
to leave her. ‘You are the person who 
ey 80 rude ‘3 me the other day,’ she add- 


_ ‘Lam your husband, Diane— 

it, All the lies, the effronte. /, "tho bold. 
ness, the manceuvers in the world will not 
alter the past or deter me from my pur- 
pose. You may lose your own soul by 
perjury, by fe'se sweering, but you can not 
alter tho fact—you are my wife Diane 1’ 

Sho looked round her, ‘calmly, ' 

: If 1 had any idea thet it Was you,’ she 
said, ‘I should rather h:ave esked Yor hel 
than havo sent for you Jiere. | will tr i 
be patient with you, but it is difficult Will 
eae my word, once for al', that Iam 
ye . ereton’s wifo,and, that I do not kuow 
= You vain know «mo, Diano! 

eavon | that a vyc 
You do not koow ary Brean 


Great 
falas ! 
Have you forgot- 


| 
ten your dea”, father's friend ~Lacrence 


Balfour's trusted friend? H 
ave Ot~ 

gotton tht I wont to Uplands shevy ieee 
lave you forgotten our wedding-da 
Mg the church where wo wore mai ried! 

yy you forgotten my mad love, my pi. 
Slovisto delight when I brought you my 
sunbeam, home? Have you forgotton ott 
little son, Lanrence, who hes your eyes 
aud your hair / Foryotten | ah | you te 
say it, but it is not true. Did your heats 
nover lie clespod in noino?—have I never 
kissed your lips !—havo I never called you 
wife | re on you that you should say 
such words |’ 

She turned from bim with an rir oijygon- 
tle weaciness. 

‘1 am quite tired of your raving,’ sho 
said. ‘I pray youtoloave mo penocably, 
before I send for my ser zonts to tors you 
from my door.’ 

Ho mado one groat stride toward Aor. 
Hoe seized hor delicate wrist in his strong, 
fierce hand, d 

‘You hypocrite !” he cried. 


Yat you are the mort shameful woma)! 
Know, T protest against your sin. 


Toe | 


“you 
me Sod 


+ L wih y 


* You £alse, 
I call Heaven to wit boo tala by all grocers. 
i ys 
By etot 0 feir means, you 8) 

eb 1 me eir 

an + wt ot spare you ! Lis Yon 
not ‘ery to take your hand fri »m 
“lL it wile 1 speak, Ovo 


DAILY 


or en a 
your faults to me, hore, now Say, ‘Bra 
no, Lam your guilty wife-your wrot hed, 
sinful wifo.” Say that, and I—I will be 
moreiful I will take you where your on 
| and sorrow can never fin tyou out. L will 
koop tho etary of your crime @ secret } 
Sho sighed gently, and ho oaw her look | 
| round again, #4 hough in search of holp 
| ‘That exasperated him 
‘tofuso at your poril!’ he hissed 
*] should pot really care if you killed 
} mw,’ said Diane ; if my life ia to be haunted 
| by a madman in this fashion, it will be oo 
} bearable [ must appeal to the law to pro 
| toot me 
Ho laughed ; but she would rather have 
hoard any sound on oarth thon that torr 
ble laughter 
‘Groat Heavou! Talk of tho ellrontery 


INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, 


CITY ASSESSMENT, 


for 1852, will meet at the Polloo Court, City 


of women ; I nover believed in it bofore. 


I give you one more chance, Diane, Say 
‘Forgive mo, Bruno,’ then shell | kuow 
that you recognizo the justice of my claim, 


and I shall be contont. Say it.’ 

* How oan I say such o thing,’ she sat 
gontly, toan utter stranger ’ 

* Now, hear my alternative 
night for five hours on tho stops of your 
door, waiting to seo Lord Koraton waiting 
to tell him what kind of a woman he had 
honored with his name. | missed him, 
but I shall at once proceed against you, 

* Will you kindly relerse my hand?’ she 
said, as though the rost wore loss thhn rioth- 
ing to her. 

‘I will not. 
what I will do.’ 
To BR CONTINUED 
———— 

Dr. A. R, Scovill, of Cincinnati, sa /8:— 
“For Coughs and all the carly stages of | uny 
complaints, I believe it te bo oa curtaim cure; 
and if evory family would keep it by thom, 
ready to administyr upon tho first appearance 
of disease about tho Lungs, there would bo 
vory fow oases of fatal consumption,” 


1, 


L atood last 


Listen, whilo I tell you 


The public will have them—tho pons of the 
Estorbriok Steol Pen Co.’s make, and all 
stationors aro ready to supply them 

-_ oe 
Puttner’s Emulsion. 

For all wasting diseasos, Sorofala, Nervous 
Erbaustion, Montal Anxiety, Overworked 
Bra‘n, Bronchial and Turoat Affections, Con- 
sumption, Asthma, Whoopiag-Cough. Dis- 
eases. of women and children, and many 
othe: . in which Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos- 
phites aro vo highly aad justly valued not 
only by tho Medical profossion but the public 
generally. Sold everywhere, price 50 cents, 


Post Mortem Examintions have, in somo 
instances, led to the discovery of the scars of 
completely healed abscesses or sores upon the 
lung. This of itself shows that tho lung tissue 
when diseased is susceptible of restoration 
toa sound and healthy condition, Persons 
afllicted with lung disease may reasonabl 
hope to recover health by the uso of woll 
chosen remedies. Foremost among these is 
Northrop & Lyman’s Emulsion of Cod Liver 
Oil and Hypopbosphites of Lime and Soda, a 
thoroughly tested snd highly accredited 
specific for coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, 
spitting of blood snd other affections of the 
Pulmonary irritation is promptly arrested by 
the Cod Liver Oil, and the hypophosphites, 
which are among the fine t revovents need by 

hysiciangs, reviviog the lagging energies of the 
Tebilitated system, ' 
August Flower. 

The most miserable beings in the world are 
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver 
Complaint. More than seventy-five per cent 
of the poople in the United States are afflicted 
with these two disessos and thoir effects; suoli 
as sour stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual 
Costivenesa, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart- 
burn, Waterbrash, gnawing and barning 
pains at the pit «{ tho sto , Yollow Skir., 
Coated Tong 1 and dis yroeable taste in t'a, 
mouth, coming up of food after eating, low 
spirits, ko. to your druggist, Jas, Clarke 
& Oo., and got a 75 cent Bottle of August 
Flower or a Sample Bottle for 10 cents, Try 
it. Two doses will relieve you 


Rest and Oomfort to the Suffering 
** Brown's Household Panacea” haa no equa! 
for eh Dee, both internal and external. 
It curca Pain in the Side, Back or Bowel, 
Sore Throat, Phoumatism, Toothache, Lum. 
oand any kind ofa Painor Ache. ‘It 

will moat surely quicken the Blood and Heal, 
aa its soting power is wonderful,” ‘‘ Brown's 
Household Panacea,” bemg acknowledged as 
great Pain Reliever,and of double the strength 
of any other Elixir or Linimont in the world, 
** ay it roally is the best remedy in the world 
for Cramps in tho Stomach, and Pains and 
Aches of all kinds,” and is for ealo by all 
Druggists at 25 conta a bottle. 264ly 


Hagyard’s Yellow Oil 

Will be found invaluable for all pury ose of 
a family Jloiment, Immediate relief will 
follow ita use -n all cases of psinin the stom. 
ach, bowels or side ; rheumatism, colic, cold, 
sprains and b. sixes, For internal and externat 
use if has po ejualia the world for what it 
is recommended, For sale by all dealers at 
250. per bottle, 


Putner’s Hmulsion. 

We bog leave to call our readers’ attention 
oa advertisement ot : Patnor’s Emulsion, 
which appears in our columns, and jud, 
from the bigh modical reputation it ee 
will merit the confidence of the profession and 
public at large. The inventor claims it con- 
tains a larger percentage of pure oil than any 
other Emulsion, and is made in a very pleas. 
aot and palatable form, so that the most deli- 
cate stomach can retain it, 


True to her Trust. 

Too much cannot be said of the ever-faith- 
fal wife and mother, constantly watching and 
caring for hor dear oned, nover neglecting a 
sirgle duly in their bobalf. When thoy are 
assailed by disease, end the system should 
have « thorough cleansing, “the stomach and 
bowels regalated, blood purified, 
noison exterminated, she must know that 
Electric Bitters are the only sure romedy. 
They are the best and pureat medicine in the 
world, snd only cost fifty ceats, Sold by 
James Clark & Co. 


aunjoy Life. 
What a truly beautiful world wo live in! 
Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glons 
and oceans, and thousauds of means for en- 


joyment. We can dosifo no better when in 
perfect health ; bot how often do the majority 
of people fool like giving it up dishea:toned, 
disgouraged and worried out with deseaso, 
when there is no occasion for this fecling, as 
overy sufforor cai ossy obtain satisfactory 


proof that Green's August Flower will muske 
them asfree from diuweaso as whon born, 
Dyspopuia and Liver Complaint is the direct 
cauay of «venty five por cont of wuch mal- 
adios as Hiliougnoss, Ind'geution, Sick Hoad- 
ache, Costivencas, Nervous Prostration, 
Dizziness of tho Hoad, Palpitstion of the 
Heart, and other distressing symotoms, 
hreo dowes of August Fiowor will prove its 
wondorial effect. Sample bottles, 10 costa. 


Tr it 

. 

Fellow Hypophosphition makes on old 
potaon look years younger. **Tbis witoces is 
truo,” Would that I vould more widely mako 
it known forita many virtues, loog may 


ite inveptor live to seo the happy fruits of his 
invention 


ALexanprnt OLanke, D. D., Atnhorst,N.S. 


I=IN S 


DUFFY'S MUSTARD 


DIPLOMA AWAKDED 1881 


Manufactured at the Canada Cy ifoe and 
Spice Mille, 73 St. Jamon St, Montreal  /% 
152d Ly 


Wanted, 


GENERAL BERVANT wanted, Appl 
A to Mn. Geo, TAYLor, south George 74 


Oot. 24. dlw 


Hall, at 7:30 p, m. each evening as hereafter 
montioned, and will take up the appeals of 
tho ass ssmont forthe sovoral wards in the 
following ordor: 


ber, A.D. 1°81. 


ber, 6. D. 1881 


malarial | 


Deats 


1882. 
IN LO) ei KOBE | 


’ . Wik Court of Revision to hear and do- 


termine appeals against the assesament 


Foster WArnD—On Friday, 4th Novom- 


ber, A. D, 1881, 


Samson WAtd—On Saturday, Sth Novem- 


ber, A. D. 1881. 


Kxrourson WAkb—On Monday, 7th No- 


vember, A. D , 1881, 


Batpwix Warp—On Tuosday, 8th Novom- 


Beaxcker Wanp— On Wednesday, 9th No- 


vembor, A, PD, 1881. 


CoL¥MAN Warnp—On Thursday, 10\h No- 


vember, A, D. 1881, 


Murney Wanp—On Friday, 11th Novem- 


Unfinished business io Foster, Samson, 
Ketchoson and Reldwin Wards, Saturday, 
12th November, A, D 1881. 

Ustiaished basiness in Bleecker, Coloman 


aud Murnoy Wards, Tucsday, 15th Noyom- 
ber, A. D. 1881, at which Court all uofinish- 
od business will be heard snd finally disposed 
of, 


Appeals only against tho assessment for 
1582 will be hoard at this Court. 
Of which all pirsons aro required to take 
notice, 
By order of tho Court, 
Rk. NEWBERY, 
City Clerk. 


Of the Court of Revision for the City of Belle- 
villo for the year 1882 will bo tha eame as for 
the year 1881. 

Members of the Court of Revision. 


Ald. St. Charles, Chairman; Movsrs, Far- 
ley, Holden, Diamond, Lingham, Henderson, 
Frost 

Assossors for 1882 aro hereby notified to be 
in’ attondance, 

By order of the Court, 
R. NEWBERY, 
JAMES Sr, CHARLES, City Clerk. 
Chairman, 


Unlevcks all the clogged avenues ot the 
Bowels, Kidneys and Liver. carrying 
off gra dually without weakening the system, 
all the: impurities and foul humors of the 
secret ions ; at the same time Co 
Acidity of the Stomach, curing 
ousviess, Dyspepsia, Headaches, Dize 
ziness, eartburn, Constipation, 
Dryness of the Skin, Dropsy, 

ness of Vision, Jaundice, 

eR el Scrofula, Fluttering 

the Heart, Nervousness and G 
Debility ; all these and many other sina 
lar Complaints yield to the happy influenge 
of BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS. 


Sample Bottles 10c ; Regular size $L\ 


For sale by all dealers. 
T. MILBUEN & CO.. Proprictors, Toronto. 


TO THE FRONT AGAIN. 


THE OLD RELIABLE 
DIAMOND BRAND 


FRESH OYSTERS! 


—FOR SALE AT— 
J. 5S. CR OTHERS’. 


TENDERS WANTED. 


MYPXENDERS for the following supplies for 
. the Police Force : 


Irish Frieze Overcoz\ts and Wat er- 
proof Capes, Boots, and 
Winter Pants. 


For further particulars apply to the Chief 
of Police, 

Tenders received up to the 4th November, 
A.D. 1881, and to be addressed to the un der- 
signed, 

R. NEWBERY, 
Olork to the Commissioners, 
Pelleville, Oct. 27, 1881. a 


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JOSEPH GRAY, ss 
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Owners of Steam Boilers, 


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LOAN AND INVESTMENT <OCIETY 


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JAPITAL. $250,000. 


ONEY TO LOAN on Farm or City prop- 
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Payments can be made to fall due at any 
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rae a ily employed in the investigation of 
08, 


Mortgages Purchased. 


Savings Bank Department. 


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Orrice—Front Street, between City Hal 
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od by 


Medica‘ted Inhalation, 
sombined with proper canstitutional rome- 
dice ever 20,000 wn coossfally troated at our 
boad office in Dotroit ance 1870. 

The very best of rofore.10es given from all 
parts of Canada from thos? roady cured, 
Remedies sont to all parta of Ontario. 

ConsvuuraTIon Frew. Saat 

If poasiblo call personally for anexamipation, 
tar iis writotor a List of Questions. Ad- 
dross 

Dea, WILLIAMS & NASH, 
Belleville Ort, | 


Become Te 
CREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. 


FICHE most comfortable and popalar route 
| Mant aud West (oia Hamilton), to 

Pauis, Loudon, Kincardine, Sarnia, and points 
in Weetorn Canada. : , 

Dernorr, Saginaw, and Michigan pointa. 

Curcago, St. Louis, Omaha, San Franolaco, 
and the Woat. 

Manrrona, Dakota, and tho great North-west 
Torritorios, 

Burvavo, Rochester, Boston, Now York, and 
tho East, 


Klogant drawing-room and palaco Sloop! 
carat anh (from Hamilton) to Dotrolt, Ohe 


cago, Bonton and Now York, without change, 
Dining cara rant rom Susponsion Bridgo to 
Ohioago, Grand Trunk and other lines mako 
close connootions at Toronto, 
For Tiokota and nocossary information via 


| thi t dosirablo route, a ply to 
aia T. DONNELLY, 


K, TEMPLETON, 
Davo, 


Ticket and Ins, Agent 
322 Belleville. 


THE BEST REMEDY 


Diseases of the Throat aud Lungs. 
AYE "S$ In diseases of the pul- 


ponaty. organs a safe 
and reliable remedy is 
invaluable. AYER'’S 
Cuenry Pecrorar is 
such a remedy, and no 
othersoeminently mer- 
its the confidence of 
6 the public. It is asci- 


entific combination of 
CHERR 


the medicinal princi- 
Cs — 


Jes and curative vir- 

Fics of the finest drugs, 
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief 
and rapid cures, and is adapted to patients of 
any age oreithersex. Being very palatable, 
the youngest children take it readily. In 
ordinary Coughs, Colds, Rpre Throat, 
Bronchitis, Influe lergy man’s 
Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Ca- 
tarrh, the effects of Arer's Currny Pre- 
TONAL are magical, agd multitudes are an- 
yually preserved from serious illness by its 
timely and faithful use. {¢ should be kept 
at band in every bousebold for the pro- 
tection it affords ip eudden Ottacks. Ip 
Whooping-cough dod OConsumptioy 
there is no other remedy #0 efficacious, 
soothing, and helpful. 

Low prices are inducements to try some of 
tho many mixtures, or syrups, made of chea 
and jneffective ingredients, now offered, 
whieh. as they contain no curative qualities, 
can afford only temporary relief, and are 
sure to deceive and disappoint the patient, 
Diseases of the throat and lungs demand 
active and effective treatment; and it ie dan- 
gerous experimenting with unknown and 
wap medicines, from the great liability that 
those Jiseases may, while so trifled with, 
lwvouw deeply seated or incurable. Use 
Avew's Cugeny Proronar, and you may 
confidently expect the best results. It is a 
slondard medical preparation, of known and 
acknowledged curative power, and is as 
cheap ud its careful preparation and fine 
ineredionts willallow. Eminent pbypicians, 
jnowlog its composition, prescribe itin their 
practice. The test of half a century has 
proven its absolute certathty to cure all pul- 
jnonary complaints not already beyond the 
reach of human ald. 


Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., 
Proctionl and Analytical Chemists, 
Lowell, Mass. 

SOLD BY ALL PRUGOLORS RYERY WHERE. 


~~ wOTICE. 


HOS, FULLER & Co. have removed their 
office from G, T, R, Depot to the Masonio 


Blook, ito the U Bridge, Bolleville, 
70 we ir FULLER & Oo. 


PTs reek $19 aday at Lome easily | ments 


Premature Old 
Age and disenses 
that lead to Con 
sumption, Insan- 
ity, And an early 
gt": or both, 


shattered thesys 


course of thins Medicine will restore the lost func 
tions and procure Health and Happiness, where 
before waa despondency and gloom, The Bpe- 


Crna, 
them and et fal oarticulars, hi mel 

Price, Specific, $1.00 per package, or eix packs 
ages for 85.00, WwW cceipt 
of money. Address all oclers 


1881. Hate fay 


Victon, 


124) noon. | leaye Doseronto at 5 a.m., 0 
10:00 a.m. | 6:45 a.m., Bath 10,Amherst Taland 11, Kings 
ton 12:30 p.m., Gananoque 2:30, Clayton 4, 
Alexandria Hay 5:30, Brockville 8, Prescott 9, 
arriving at Ogdensburg the same evening at 10. 


yas system generally, Pains in back or 
of memory 


matter how 


may be from excesses of ary kiad, a short 


Medicine is being used with wonderful suc- 
Pamphlets sent free to all, White for 
ill be seat by mail on r 


NORTHRUP & LYMAN, 
Toronto, Wholesale Agents, 


Bold in Belleville by Jas, Clarke & Co, Sdécw 
The Deseronto NavigationCo, 


(LIMITED.) 


186 


HE Steamers of this Company will, from 
opening until close of Seacon, or further 


notice, ran about as uoder : 
Napanee and Deseronto Line, 


By Steamer “ Pilgrim.” 
Leave Napanee at 6a. m., 9a.m,, 1,15 p.m 


aod 4:15 p.m. Leave Deseronto at 7.30 a.m. 


a.m., 3.30 p.m. and 6 45 p.m, 

Deseronto, Belleville & 
Trenton Line, 

By Steamer “ Dexeronto.” 


Teavo Picton at 6a. m., Thompson's 6,30 


Roblin’s 6.45, Hevgh’s 7, Deseronto 7,30 
Northport 8.15, Big Island 8:45, Belleville 10, 
5:00 p.m. | Rednerville 10:30, Arnve at Trenton ll 
3. m. 


Leave Trenton at | p. m.,ReInersville 1:30, 


10:00 a.m, | Boelleville3, Big Island 3:45, Northport 4:30, 
10:00 a.m. | Deseronio 5:30, Hough’s 6, Roblin’s 6:15, 
Thompson’s 6:20. Arrive at Picton 7:30}p. m. 
12:15 p.™ | Thousand Island Line, viz: Dese- 


ronto, Kingston & Ogdensburg. 
BY STEAMER “ARMENIA.” 


On Tueedsys, Thursdays and Saturdays will 
calling at Picton at 


On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridsye will 
leaye Py emtteed 5a.m., calling at Presoott 
at 5:15, Brockville 7, Alexandria oa! 9:45, 
an 11:15, Gananoque 1 p.m., Kingston 
3:30, Amhorst Island 4:45, Bath 5:30 Picton 


8 arriving at Descronto the same evening at © 


10. 
CONNECTIONS. 
Trenton—With Prisce EAward Railway and 
Grand Trook Railway.. Bellovil/e—With 
Grand Tronk Railway and Grand Junction 
Railway, No —With Grand Trook Ry. 
Picton—With Prince Edward Ry, Kingston 


pain, the Canary | with Grand Trunk Ry., Kingston and 


Pembroke Ry. and Cape Vincent Steamers, 
Clayton—With Utica and Black River Ry. 


ada Central Ry. Prescott—With Grand 
Trunk Ry. eels Sti ce onanbe ar 
way, Ogdensburg—Wi' rg 
Lake Champlain, Utica & Black River, and 
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railways. 
R, C. CARTER, Menager. 
General Offices, 
daw. 


ANHTOOD 

_ RESTORED. 
Prescription Free. em the ety a 
_ reat r] of jen OF eXCees Ma Draxelst 


1 ts. Address 
pa VIDSON é& CO., 78 Nassau St, N. ¥ 


r 


Bey ID" 
"Hs 


"yea HE oO" 


foorrd [1wi0yy 0 dyeoes uo ssoi1ppe Anv o1pyudgeoe que 


SADE FROM THE: 
DEST SELECTIONS, 


OF BRIGHT. 


pLom 


Y VIRGINIA 


veeM 018 SFLLSLVOI 


Sex0q ojdmvus oiom 2OOMY, ‘GdIII UIAKY 


anoqiim 20 qr 


GLOBE TOBACCO CO,, 


LETROIT, Micu.,, and WINDSOR, Ont 


PAPER BAGS 


—_—0 


Wrapping Paper, 
Twines, 
Inks, 
Envelopes, 
Stationery, &c- 


—_r 


Lazier’s Paper’ Store 


ROBERTSON BLOCK 


$5 TO BQO sey, st home. Bam. 


ples worth $5 frea. Ad: 
trase Brinsow & Oo.. Portlaad Maine. 


David B. Robertson, © 


Aas rosigned the Seoretaryship of 
tho Grand Junction Railway Company, 
will devote hia wholo attention to the practioo 
of his profosalon in all its branohes. 

Orricx—No. 4 Post Offico Blook, B.idgo 
NN. RoMr Ke Bus eon appolnta 

. B.—Mr, ap 

here of pelea en eg tnan yg pe 
pany—s* company w 
rates of intorost to farmore, Mortgages 
bought and sold 


~ A.G. NORTICRUP. 
Issuer of Marriage Licences, 


Orrion, Sime Haut, Barusvinie. 


_Ontohar 8 1Rst? 
BURTON'S 


ALL HEALING TAR 
GLYCERINE SOAP 


#7 Ask for BURTON'S! 
. SAVAGE & SONS, 17 Si, 


John Street, Montreal 


= ————— 
Intelligencer Printing and Pub- 


lishing Oompany (Limited). 


J, O, Jamrmaow | Gao, K Rar, 
Prealdont, | Treasore:, 


HE Troasurer ts tho only pereon autho 
{sod to recelve moneys for th Company 


and t receipts for the same, 
Notes, 


Oh . 
on the Coy, ony, Doge» « 


. Costly outfit treo, Address oli. poe heeded rg an addition § 
rot roy ho thal of the Treasurer 1 


Tavs & Co., Augusta, 


" Ted lbp 


eer ee ao —— —— — ~ 
. LET THERE BE HARMONY IN THINGS HMSSENTIAL —LIBERALITY IN THINGS NOT ESSENTIAL—OCHARITY IN ALL. 


VOL. 15. 7 J BBLLEVILLE ONTARIO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 188). NO iél 
- : Seat he ee Ee eee eesti 
ISS1. 1881. Business Divectory, (QUEEN INSURANGE COMPANY LOOK FOR THE Bee Dogs and Their Masters, | Mothers | Mothers !! Mothers |i! 


SUMMER SERVICE. Aro you disturbed ws night aud broken o 


HOME O 1k ORR CANINES WHo 7 . 
a ; ae my Tee Of Liverpool and London. F | A N | S | (; N | si noe yy Waste atu te A with the ‘orcatng pala of nag toss 
~ ‘ak BE 3 +4 hen - > : = . bo, goat once bottle of MRS, 
ALLAN LINE. GOLICITOR tor Hank of Commerce, Offic FIRE AND LIFE. ! Hailp Sutelligencer. At a meeting which has jayt taken placo | WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It wta 
: a as i 


a 


Campboll Street. Money to loan at lowost | at Cantzlo, of the two Emperors who between | relieve the poor little sufferer 


; ad ’ rates. No chargos for commission, Capital ~ - + = #10,000.000 _— ——— ran sway half ~Europe, there is mention of | dopend upon tt; there is no alstebeabeee i, 
{ See Dougall & Falkin or. Surplus a 3,000,000 QO A K H A Tricks Upon Jewelers, eer Soe Erinn rae a mried L at: perce ae erry earth who has ever 
: ‘ : q ‘ ; i nas ; ) no onoe 
1B epee and Attornoys, Notarice OBS a genoral Insurance Kualnees, and j HOM O¥ THE INGENIOUS PRACTICES OF RocURS shorthand writer and his famous dog.” Tho | will rogalate the bowols, ped moe eet ts 
P - Bs Fublic, Office—Noa 1, 2, 3 and 4 pce as nodoudted svourity, and {insures ee 4 imsge of the ‘iron-chancellor” who had wel-| mother, and relief and health to the ohil 
> i TN Pee at os 


Campbell St., Bollovillo, + se : ow ratoa ag nay othor first olaas Com HOUSE wilo SIEAL WV ALUABLE®, oat eg diviad, Gormsny sake ene aeplry Bag , 
10 ). N. BF. NER. 2 . foe ¥ 0 porters OF quite solitary in o CASOE, an 
A, R. Doveatn, Q C N rar R. | pany. FORRES & MUDGE, j ‘OF all the tricks, deyices, subterfuges, | ity sternness, Heside bim will always ead t gre haperyaree feo 


STEAMSHIPS, 


a as - ia the prescription of ono of the oldost and 
~w cate . sharp dodges or decoptions I ever saw,’ said a | ¢) : oldost and best 
William N. Ponton, M.A. Montreal, Chivf Agonts for Canada 5 jeweler to a rep eee *was one by which » ce depres a eae fred beara (apr! Sold = nurses in the United 
' Tanta d Poses. Attornoy, Solicitor in Chan- | R. NEWBERY. THE Beary (alleys retes srods mie \SHtO® DACs baits | Bae ; shicbetinigéa UIC ee ye mt 26 prin a bake 
Liverpoo > London 8rry, an cory, Convoyancer, ko. Oftioe, No, 3, Post Agent for Bellovillg 7 mond oar-rings. He evidently knew when I) poy. Sc} . F $e edly y 
& a rs ae as as) tho store. , 1 orbaps, as Schopenhauer, with candid 
G iW. Office Block, Bolloville, Loans nogotiatod. | - GIAN r CLOT HIE RS, ‘an rey ps ple mie come jn ono day vanity, romarked of hime: Tt ia sivays A General Stampede, 
x ae ae Edward G, Ponton, Good News for the Multitude. °Je Mr. Johnson in?’ loncly upon the heights,” A philosopher who pers ras anak 7a ae any Drug 
HE firat-olass Olydo-built iron steamships BARRISTER, &0., BELLEVILLE. on Co,, for a 


of the Allan line, Koarering the Canadian Trial Bottls of Dr. King’s New Discovery for 


he ‘No? m4 ly. is bored by tho folly of hia haman neighbors; 
Office in Gordon Block, Front St. HOICE FLOUR VERY CHEAP. 334 FRONT ST,, ‘Tom lore “tor that,’ ho said, ‘I winh to sbindja Kore with the vulgajity of 


States Mails, despatchod buy a pai diam ear-rings for my wife,’ : or great neble, who is weary | Oonsumption, Coughs and Colds. All persons 
Pahl & ik he +a Monoy to loan at lowest rates. A_ small BHLLMVILLE. This Sainccecbatine four a five wicaaiel of : toadyism of his courtiers, doubtloas aillioted with Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse- 
SAILINGS FROM QUEBEC; sum of private junds on hand at six per cent, | 1)HE Guelph Patont Prooom Flouring Mills days, Tho last timo he said ho woul’ not | ™AY sll find relief in the dumb companionship | "6%, Seer ouRns, ot any” affection, of. the 
POLYNESIAN, = = = 20th Oot, | Straight Joan, no commission. 4, ad T will open a Retail Story in the DON’T FAL TO SEE OUR wait to seo me, but would look at some ear-| Otome fnithfal hound, which troubles his |  ir?s* and Tangs, can grt ee bottle of 
P - 6th Noy.| wreoys cin RaMwWD.o : . rivgs. ‘Tho clerk showed him au assortmont, | 94 as Hel a stupid remarks or petty gossip, Drae Sto remedy /ree, by iog at above 
. Se et en ot ay W. J. GIBSON, B.A., M.D., O.M. Masonic Block, Belleville, ana he finally solocted threo pairs, valued at whose flattery is free from suspicion of g Store. 
F 2 


PERUVIAN, = « +> -19th ‘* 
my SARMATIAN, - = = 26th “ 
RATES OF PASSAGE : 
From Belleville via Quebeo:—Oabin socord} 
zie position of state-room, $79.80, $39.80. 
$i 


ATE House Sargeon of Kingston Genoral ; nid IMMENSE FALL STOCK 450, and said: ‘I guess I will lot my wife | 229 deeper interestodness than ma arise from 

Hospital. Graduate BF Quoon’s Univer. | Ch epeaey be pee "e ae ele u «| soloct from these. She will be at my store in Shere of s ‘biscuit or ambition for a 

nity. go Acooucher. BN ogo mills aro nituated in tho hort whoa au hour, and I want you to tell Mr Johnson . © groatost sovereign on earth may 
Dafoo House ‘ 


wing section of Ontario, and flour mado in 1 S| (eared techy 4 safely unbend with his dog, and neither fea 
taxied 2a Ld. thom cannot bo surpassed, if cqualod, in Can- 50 Cases of Clothing and Fur-| to bring these arcund himself, as ho is ac- to raise insatiable hopes *8.) . asada teay pt 


: : | quainted with my wife.’ : ; ; ' 
J, E. Eakins, M.D, All sal ato gi tire satiaf nishings, Just tu Hand. ‘All right, sieht will, replied the clork, opty ae it be in leas fortun- 
(jBspiars of Toronto University, Licon- A os guaranteed to give ontire satiafao- * By the way,’ said the fellow, ‘if you will canine m'nds, ven this slight incon- 


Falling Leaves! 

“There is something inexpressibly touch. 
ing in the falling leaves,” sighed an esteemed 
author. There is, there is, indeed. It's 
when you slip on one of the articles on a wet 


termediate, with first-class Railway Fare, morning, and touch the unsympathetic paye- 


z i : " d | i : ae 
tiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, | tion, and will be sold cheaper than any equal- Union Tweod, Sootoh j ' i . | Yentence may bo removed when, as inthe | ment. Bat there isin r 
with first-class Railway Fare, $32. | and Licentiate of the Royal College of Physio- | ly good flouranywhere, ‘Try a sample lot and O k Hal Tweed, Wool Tweed, ee Bie 1 will write mymote Ro, Mr, Johne | cane Glooe of the Queen's favorites—a plendic guage, —language tet meth eg) om 
Return Tickets at reduced rates, ians, Edinburgh. Office and residence corner | soe what good flour is, a Fancy Twood, Cana-|  *Certaialy,’ sa‘d the olerk, who showod him ee animal is so perfectly d. gnified | from the depths of the soul, in the many 
Ss passengers aro booked to London, | Hotel and Church Streets, Bolleville.  d 5w3t THOS. FULLER & OD. MEN'S SUITS, dian Twood, Worsted | to a dosk, and pointed out where he couldtget | *” L rigid in its demeanor that he keops e"' her thousands ef testimonials and letters (un- 
Bristol, iff, Queens. wa and Glas- Ee Ww , VONTON, ; ——_—_—_— ~----—_ —-- —-— Diagonal. paper and envelopes, He sat down, wrote a paar s polerior terriors and colleys in meck | solicited) that come from those who ouce 
gow, at_samo rates et ‘ - ANEY'S TRADE MANUAL—Prat- short note, folded it end put it in on envelope, | *0 et tustior, and is himself generally known | were cufferers from lung diseases, asthma and 


ye ry) “ in . 
pis ionced ~  n accompanies each | Barely UAND SURVEYOR, Bello- H tical books for practical men—fresh, Oak Hall Union Twoed, Cana- | avd directed it to me, ‘Then he went back to | ™ the ‘lord chamborlain” of the canine 


consumption, and who have used N. 
ville. Office in the Gordon Block, near- full, reliable and cheap.—Painter, 50ots, Car- dian Tweed, Scotch | the counter and ssid to theolerk: ‘I think you court, 


Downs’ Vegetable Balsamic Elixir, and have 


Porsons __ sond for their friends oan | Jy over Ovorell’s Book Store. ter, 50. Watchmaker and Joweler, 50, BOYS’ SUITS, Tweed, Fancy Tweed, | had better put the three pairs of ear-rings in| Perhaps it would not be too much to cay a restored to their wonted health and 
obtain artilicatos at lowest rates from RIO & BIGG A Fe ST urniture abd Oobinot Finisher, 50. Dyer and Diagonal, hero, so that Mr. Johngon will be sure to bring | that. as the Aryan race loved dogs more than | Activity. 
England, Ireland or Scotland, to any place in & uy and Scourer, 50, Artist, 50. Baker, 50, | _ oe ee ee ee Oe ap | sue right ones: the Semitic, ao, among Aryans, the Anglo- 
Canada. } : ; ARRISTERS, Attorneys, &o. Ovricks— | Candymaker, 50. Soapmaker, 25. Gilder, A falllins cheaper than | _ ‘Very well,’ said the clerk, who handed out | $*xon have been pre-eminent for the same 
Tho last train ponasoiag: at Quobeo with Corner of Bridgo and Front Streets, | 59, Horseshoer, 25. Authorship, 60. Wood- Oak Hal ever. the three pairs of ear-rings, and the fellow | #°mtiment, It is true we haye among the 
the Allan Mail Steamer leave Belleville | Belloville, Ontasio. engraver, 250, Of booksellers, or by mail, Fane einen dropped them into the envelope before the | Celts the dog of Llewellyn (though, alas! 
every Sriday at noon. Joun Burt, Q 0. W. H. Brogan. }BBSE HANEY & Co, #19 Nassan St.,N.Y, 3 a clerk’s eyes, and was apparently about to seal | Prof. Max Maller, wo believe, has fretted out 
Anes can also leave by tho midnight | ——~—— BLAIR & HOUGH Fe ge | ee ——-—--—-- - -—_--- -—— Black Beav B up the envelopo, when he said suddenly : that pleasant talo in another poem in carly 
train on Fridays, and connect with tho stoam- ' B jac eny ai oat Oh, I guess you may put in that other | Sauacrit, lesving on us, in spite ot Beddege- 
or at Rinses (peyisk tho extra fare, $4.45, | Pett &o., offices No. 4 Ashley VI N G Oak Hall caver, Fine 4 ‘sgona’, | pair,’ pointing to a pair which the clerk had | lart, an unpleasant sense of mythical uncer- 
‘ Quobeo to Rim ) ‘ air Block,over Canadian Bank of Commerce? j : Scotch Twoed, oper: aid on the shelf behmd him, The clerk | *Sinty); and among the French and Germans, 
\ For tickets and every information, apply | Front St. Belleville. Men's Overcoats, fiae Diagonal, Fall | 4 oa and got the other pair and handed | besides the dogs of Montargis, we have in- 
’ to HUGH BLAIR, J. STANLEY HOUGH. Tweeda, them to the fellow, who dropped them appar. | BUmerable sJorified dogs of tradition and pos- 
: v. BE. THOMPSON, ENGRe eg rive poss toi i at'7 per/oent VI N 3 G AR ae ently in the samo onvelope, sealed them up | +4. But the tove of nine French writers out 
Agon ville, . id: ** of ten, when they ef dogs, reve’ the 
‘ _-§ WEE BAER Belleville” Rovertson & Thomas, $ Oak Hall Beaver, Naps, T'weeds. Secbonieiee prays aa pels Meeoy pe hollowness of Gallic regard for the loyal beast 
FOR MONTREAL AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS. | Bots _&o. __ Office—Robertson ' Yourn’s Ovarcoats, soon ay he comes back,” giving the address of } Which has not half enough of finesse and da- 
oF <= LD Blook, east side of Front Stroet, Bellc- FoR —— ——_——_————— _ | a well known store in the vicinity. Then he | Plicity to suit tho readers of MM. Balzao et 
Cosmopious AND Favontr# PAssENGER ville, = . O ak H all loft and the clerk laid the envelope to one side | Cie. Good, honest old Damas (Paine) wight 
Sin! Eh an ae at Nes TABLE, and Naps and Tweods, until I returned, Of course we found but | describe poor “Black” in simple and glowing 
- -Detancy & Ostrom, . Men’s ULsrenrs, ono pair of diamond earriogs in the enyelope, | Colors, but in more recent French novels 


‘tun mechant chien barbet,” or ‘“‘undetestable 
petit canichs har. c’ is commonly introdu- 
ced golely to add a point of ridicule to the old 


which was the last pair dropped in. The 


B Lepore pow pg deal ieee PICKLING USE. O : k H ll other three pairs were paste about the same 
: a a Naps and Tyweeds. sizo, The fellow had taken two of my enve- 


Peterson & Peterson a ’ :. lopos, snd into one he bad placed the three | #impleton or disagreeable woman whcee steps a 
ARRISTERS, DR etpeniree aati, Soliol- Se EE ee Le ae ey paire, when the clerk turned toget the | #€ follows. 
B tors in Chancery, Insolvency, and Mo- Malt Vi O ak H all fourth pair “on oes a pat Sa going eee edhe sit that agers 
Carrars Sanrn, chanios’ lien cases, anocers, &o., lish d d into his pocket and subetita © others, | their wonde: t of ‘' growing like 
ILL, until feta notice, leave Belle- Head Office see SAY © and Lc = A Eng * inegat Boys. Uierkie somaens Leeds. We never saw him afterward, but heard that | the thing they worship,” seem constantly to (FROM BRAZIL.) ; 


The New Coimnound, its won- 
Cerfal affinity to the Digostive 
Aopa-atus end the Liver, incross- 
ing che dissolving juices, reliev- 


become, under French masters and mistresses, 
less single-minded than we find them, or—es, 
a cruel canine critic has described the species 
“‘Chienloup,” par eminence—‘* frivolous, 


‘ ville every Saturday evening and | Belleville, he had practiced the same game in other 


8 o'clock Monday © , down-| Branch office O’Flynn’s Black, Madoo, French Wine Vinegar. = places. f 
cies s y evening A. M. Peterson, B. OW. Near A. Vv egar, Oa k Hall Grey aud Blue Nap. ‘ Of course, the imperative iule is to not 
TIAVON RINIMLON “AG MIN O ClOGK ft sem go gee ae ee 


let goods go out of yonr sight until you get 


i Curmpern’s Uisrers, and Hudson Bays. i i latile, i d, and wholly without ify almost Instantly the dzeacfel 
for Bay Ports, Geo. D. Dickson, @. ©., Gharlton’s Vinegar, tho money. The trick of having goods sent | volatile, interested, and wholly without con-| 4 \// @!u0./ instant. @ coals 
Exoursion tickets ‘ortland . Saas to hotels and boarding houses with bills for | scientiougness.’’ In the same way in Italy, 3 S or7>“~popsia, In cjgosticg, 
es ti ool irs urate co nd, pprdpsness . aererik Office Blook, Oak Hall 500 pairs in every grade collection ia 80 stale that the undeviating rule | dogs are as a rule infinitely leas useful than cx tho TOM: 1) LIVER, nS eae 
ts on the lower St. Lawrenoo,Int Sam’, S. Wallbriduc. dco nun. |PURE CLDER VINEGAR color and style. is to keep your goods in sight. But ashrowd| English dogs, and are often treacherous} 207054 an every day necessity in 
t Sam'l. 8. Wallbridge, Jr., LL. B., 4 af $4 Men’s Pants. fellow onco managed to get three watches | enough to receive careases graciously, and| ©'-y 4100S. 


it acts gently and speedily in 


afterward, when opportunity offers, to turn} _+4© 
ty Dyousness, Costiveness, Head- 


from me by a clever dodge, A _ bright, 
round and bite. But the very land of dogs, 


1 

, and seaside resorts. For further in- 
TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Solicitor in Oha1 

tormatle, apply to the Captain on Board or A , sharp looking customer came jn one day, and 


cory, Conveyanocer, &0, Orr1cu—No. 4 7 
Graham's Blok, entrance from Campbell} Oak Hall 200 pairs. 


, Pah ; and the land wherein the dog receives most| ©/.°. Sick Headache, Distress af 
pie. WH Se gent, | Street, Bollevillo, Ont. dawtt WALLBRIDGE & CLARKE, Boys’ Pants, “Tam from Ohio and have a commission | geyuine honor, and himeelf rises to hisnoblest | ¢°° 2° ‘i2~, Wind on tho Stomach, 
— ’ Se SS SS ee ¥ ™m 8 for my ester, whois about phe ment of character, is unquestionably | |J/¢-tvusn, Pains in the Side and 
_ Belleville, May 8rd, 1881. John J. Farley, M.D. M Plain G d to tee ae isd’ the pat Eangishy 116 Oslitg Be . copie that the|. J) ~> Want of Appetite, Want of 
“ ’ : ere. is eR ee ro ¥ 
, ( FFICE and Residence,—Front Street, Gnooxns anp Wurm 2 Oak Hall ‘Choo! ce He picked out a bill ot $500 worth of yari- ce English poot never drew the character | 2 &¥%, Low Spirits, Foul Stom- 
over Oarmichaol’s 37 & 39 Bridge Street z ; ; +7. nbla dogs and condescanded tto'd e| «<2. It invigorates the Liver, car 
oa ol's Drug Store. July 27th, 1881 Fut Corn Pants. ous articles and said : of a noble dog, a ‘ egrad ies offall Jus bil 
ATs Stcnh peepee mene sos. Chess y 27th, 1881. ee. ‘Just send them around to my storo i | his pon by the miserable caricature of Launoo’s | 1505 Off a roandeton 4 dtarer 
Dr. H. James 3 Plain Groys and Broadway at 120’clock,” naming s well-known | cur; but since Shakespeare’s days our poets | '20 7 owe. me S tone to the 
A AS removed his office to his rosidonoe, JOHN Jd. SH EA, Oak Hall Checks, carpet store in Broadway. have done what in them lay to make up for von tte ead d take it't 
p The Steamer “ Vv. ARUNA ” Ohburch Stroet, near the Kingston Nxw Ouorn Surrs ‘The goods were sent by a clerk, who | the omission. Cowper, Walter Scott, Burns, D doh he tand cetald t Sauie 
F aepoea 1 | Road. Naw Quorn Burrs. rae found the Pe moe engaged a B 1005 Ronnypon, te Pro Eros aaa - “ AS RET tite a Tbe ate 7 es a 
F APTALN, howi rfectly at . tthew ave eminent dog - ? 
TILE leave Trenton every ; (Sun- S. A. Abbott, M. D., | Oak Hall An Endless Variet recoginsed t o clerk and said : fer eae lever) and havo written tender things of dogs, | te! your neighbor about it. 
days ex at 6 Bisco at Gunsnuare of Queen’s Univorslty, and é = tr ed ae tL “Ah! jastatep this way and I will give | living and dead. 
and ‘ Lg ere Ms ao 8 ears ee College of Sa pee and : -Fardlamacting you a check.’ rad pent pe pore to ae English history is full of records of dogs— 
' Belleville » | Surgeons of Ontario. Orricu—. rtaon’s ee TN eens a : F desk, drow a check an the goods. © | noble dogs of Charles I. and Kenelm Digby ; 
x m. Will leave Picton at 1 p.m.on return for} Now Block, West Front Stroot, next to D DISTRIBUT Cotton, Union, Merino, | « peared:to be so perfectly at home that the itifully faithful dogs, like the little creature 
en te Bay; leaving Belleville at 4:30 | Mechanics Instituto, Belleville, | 4158 AN RI OR. Oak Hal all WR oob Canadian ita ack bad inot, the nlightest | suspioion, 1. { rrhioh accompanied Mary Queen of Scots to . 
: 5 4 nL aU SEYS, . course the check was wortbless, and we foun ffold and laid it. down between the 
wa in waiting at Picton and Belle- a 1 pee a ony EVD bs ~ 4. pe 4a Gaties Walon Merino. en Unton: Maal that ho had eecured ue Sarees at oe the ee oat end "beautiful neck; silky 
> ’ otton, Union, Merino, t store b tending that he was buy- i ites, like th iels of Charles 
W. H. CAMPBELL, Arohiteots, Civil Engineors and Land Eitan Py Boge, Ofiee hg Printing Offices Oak Hall all Wool, Canadian are Roe tte mae} among other oie Seen baer sha cote ‘Sir. Taga Now. E are pleased to intimate the arrival 
P. F, Moov. Agent, Belleville. | Agonts, Offico—Dominion Buildings, cig: promptly a j Drawens. ané Scotch, chases in the city. He fooled five jowelers in | ton, which gave that great philosopher a W and arrangement of our 
ai £81. AIG, Agent, Picton. Street, Belleville, Survoying in all ite) ——-———— seeps New York and others in other cities, year’s extra trouble by destroying his papers 
’ 


We have materials fora book of ‘ English 


branches in any part of Ontario promptly Sere = Home Made, Hand ‘One day a swarthy, foreign-looking, well- 
attendod to. Drawings, Specifications, boy YOUNG & BROTHER, Oak Hal Knit, Factory Knit, | dresscd aoe man Called OE A BrOAL jowel- 


i s of Dignity ;"” aud, moreover, we have . 
. THE STEAMER HERO ofinventions propared, and Patents applied for, Socks. Merino, « otton,Lamb’s | Jer and handed him his card ‘Alexander ee in Banland (anes the gaunt boarhounds Fall and Winter Mil- 
F Joux D, Evans, Tuos, O, Borour, MANUSACTURERS OF Wool, Dumas, Prussian Legation, Washington.’ He | of Snyders are rathor wild beasts than dogs) 2 
a =: pee eA Beis By Ki Fixt oe — said he was with his wife and child at the St. | the one greatest painter of dogs whom tho line 
fi Wasa a Nag el OFSE, Oak Hal Home Made, Factory Nicholas Hore aod viento ib buy 1 a cast world has seen—Kdwin Landscer, eee ry, 
; ty : 4 watches aud jewelry, for which ho would pay Vandyke of the canine race,—London 

a BANKING OFFICE BRONZE STAND LAMPS, Cn (Union; Bluos Greys, | orsh. - Ho said his wile was too sick ‘to leave | ercurant direct from ‘the Lowox, Panis) and Naw 

a ae 72 the hotel, aud wanted the goods sent with the York Emporiums of Fashion, 


Stem =e 


And wholesale dealers in Coal Oj) Lamps, 


bill. The jowe''er thought he would make a 


Globes, Shades, Chimneys, Wicks and Burnora Oak Hal Colored and White all} jor6 thiog of it and take the goods hbimeelf, 


OT ae Sires vo 5 
CRA Lit Horeshadowed Victories, WE WILL OFFER oN ; 
se W#ORD, MAB 17 John Street North, Hanulton. prices and qualiticr, He went to the St, Nicholas, was told that 


ov 
ILL leave Bellovillo oy: mornin #@ Sond for Illustrated Catalogue and price Dress Suiers, r. Dumay was stopping there, and was THE DREAMS OF BOYHOOD REALIZED, 
Sstartye and Sanaye rooted). a lj E THOMPSOR Mele WPAMN MAAS bontoall WMltresed eo peeapt || ee | ME Dimas as stopping Seve) brane rad = Thursday, September 29th, 
6 o’clook, calling at intermediate porta both . , attontion, 180d1 vr Oak Hall Linon Faced, Pure Lin- | writing, but welcomed the jeweller cordially, We have heard grim hard-faced men de- i t 
Lota en, Leading Makos, All **Ab,” he eaid, ‘Lam glad to have you | olaim against tho visionary plan: of youth, | ® rich assortment o 
raing, will leave Kingston for Belleville Buroox Srasur, Burtavitty, Own, tH Coutaks, Styles. come. Iam sorry that my wifo is confined to | and against the drosms of boyhood! How 
and intermediate ports at 4:30 p.m, AVE YOu TRIED —______—_—_———— | her bed. I will just step into the next room | few there aro who, like Professor Holloway, | Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Man- 
The “‘Hero” connects at Kingston with the 


_ C 7 ] An Iwmooao and End- d let her make her selection,” can cast an eye aronod the world and say :— 
Oak Hal leas Variety. ene he joweller, in a moment of weakoess, 


— ; tles and Millinery Trimmings, 
, Say R. going East and Wost ; tho Royal “Behold thé fulfillment of all my early 
line of steamers for Montreal, Toronto THE -Q » Neck Tres ted. After waiting five minutes he | dreams!” With bim those dreams wore pro- 
i and Hamilton ; the ferry steamors for Cape AMERICAN CURRENCY & DRAFTS ul VOR TEA YET ? — Sa ee ee TT — beguatta get nervous Hedid not like to | phecios, And we are likewise told that the | together with a general assortment of 

Vranas and steamers for Ridoau Canal and Bought and Sold a O k H Cashmere, White and | disturb a sick lady, Eatamest ‘< Fe orice re mind of the first Napoleon Ligaen with 

fc Ment an : ] ; ’ ko some inquiries, There he found that} visions of imperial power evea from the very : ; 

For farther information ppl to The Li-Quor Tea Co., a a esr K ee Mr. Dumas had just atepped out, and had no | oarliest Subtito which his memory extended. Fashionable Dress (Goods 
Ww. AMPBELL. Deposits received, subject to withdrawal MurFrFcens, eavy Knitted, wifo or ebild ju tho house. He was finally | But these are exceptional cases; abd with the 
Belleville, May 6, 1881, d&w roat majority of mon tho glorious dreams of 


without cotloe and {nterer? allowed. OF LONDON, BNGLAND, a NERS AAE Se waa 4 after ho had played tho same gamo 


MANHOO 


RUPTURE The largest and best Packet Toa Co, in the Oak Hall Kid, Calf, Buck, ». | 02 8 Dumber of jowellere, aud lodged in Sing R. COSTELLO. 


yhood produce no roaliz'pg issue, 


Sing. With Holloway the cas» was different. The 


ee a —ee ee noe ahah eetonas oni sore a | Soran arses eal ee) | eS 
eo > a _ = <9 STE won six watcone )) ° ; fixac v 0) 
Chas Cluthe’s Every Three Pounds of Tea Oak Hall Almos, Scotch, ( loth, fort a, number. If the customer wants to Tay Wie stadlea trom his earliest Aare . 
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED | ° Will bo presented with Seta. Liles Felt, | geo another, ono of eased 25 Ae wore controlled and atimulated by the R forthe 
oe Hats & Cars, rab Fe will be taken away. © kame roto 16 ObSOFYs | oF rescuing the human family from tho fangs | ¢f +B] 
Wo hayo recently published a now Pat. Spiral Truce A HANDSOME VOLUME | od with ringe, ‘The tray is always foll, or | Of Onin ee ee ndidecay, Ho tousd 
ra edition of Dr. Oulverwell’s Ocele- O k H ll with a known number of holes ompty, so that thet ait Sha cledics took thelr siee from an r 
ted Hasay on the radical and per- } FOR CURE oy RurrunE, Ch { aatal ee i a a Seal, Lamb, Ottor. | if a ring woro takon the loss would bo instant- impunity “of the blood, and that, whataver 
manent cure (without medicine) of Nervous osen ol catol ogue, ee agek includes Winter Cars, ly deteotod. Some swiudlers will .watch an might be the form of tho disoaso, it could be 
Dobility, Mental and Physloal Incapacity, Estiuncy wew painowre | "PWards of 5 shret volumes, Stand- ____________ | opportunity and slip in a worthlous ring and | reached and eradicated by a restoration of AT 
Impediments to Marriago, oto,, rosulting from | Nothing botter and more substantial undor the She take away a good one, Ono jowoller of my | tho vital fluid to its pristine and normal pur- 
Oxcosne#, ei san! ft you are ruptured or deformed send P a Oak Hall 100 Dozon, acquaintance found five plated rings thus sub- ity. 'S 
Pl Loe = sealed onvolope, only 6 cents, | for book on Burronz axp Homan Fanaa, by | £ Tice of Tea 60, 70 & 80 cts. Braces, stituted for plain gold rings in one day. ‘The Having made this’ amasiog dlesoveeyiiie CHOWN F 


Chas, Cluthe. Best information of a life-lon, 

study. Natural mechanical advantage 5; 18 Per Pound. 

yoars’ material experience and best toola mon. | It is not necessary to purchaso tho threo 
ey can buy, made perfoct master of his | pounds at onco, as & Voucher is printed on 
profession. Will visit as follows. Como early 

Don’t wait for the last hour. Each Half Pound Packet. 


~~ = ue el E trick was playod upon a number of jowollors 
Lawn, White and Col. | about the samo time, and thon tho rogue was 

Oak Hal cred, Linen, ‘Turkey captured. es ; 
Red, Fanoy Bordors, ‘A common trick in buying goods on the 
Silk Squares, inetalmont plan is to give a wrong name, of 
some solvent porson, Tho reference will, of 


had now (a8 he then thought) but ono furthor 
case, and that was, to find such a combination 
of curative principles aa could, undor any and 
all circumstances, bo relied upon for reotify- 
ing the disordered condition of tho stroam of 
life. In the productions of tho vegotable 


ps. 

Tho oolebrated author, in this admirable 
Eatay, clearly domonstrates,from thirty years’ 
successful practice, that alarming oonse- 


ences may be radically cured without the 
oe uso of interna medicine or the 


3g, rxoNT STREET, 


HANDKEKCHIEGS, 


BELLEVILLE, 
d3m 


n of the knife ; pointing ont a modo 


Late of Hamilton. CHAS OLUTHE,. Usll and londid Studs, Collar Buttons, | Course, give a good report, and it will not be | iY , 1S Sill PRS. SIS 
cure af once simple, certain and offectual, King St. West, Toronto; Ont nd seo our splondid assortmont of ( ) bed | ha - ‘alt | discovered until too late that the good char. | kingdom slono he found the Universal Remo- | =~ : 
bby meaas cf which overy wafferer, no matter 1184 C4 Seg i » | books, and procure a catalogue, ak Hall Pel ris Maia #5 actor does not belong to tho one who purchas. dios ho was in search of; and on tho announce. if) LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL 
vhat his condition ma: a oure himsel a) NovELrins, ots, ‘aot & Seach ay hig goods,’- NV. ¥. Sun. ment of his discoveries was grooted, pot with SI. —o 
Ywaply, privately an radical y. PETERBOROUGH, Choat Houso, Oct. 6th. J. 0. REYNOLDS, wah thee the praise which had hitherto beon layisbed/ #1118 Hotel has been recently retaken by Mr. 
his Leoctare should bo in the hands of BFLLEVILEE, Anglo-Amorican Hotel, — = upon his industry, but with a how! of hate 2” T Hansr Hooan, the former proprietor, who 


Oct. 7th and Sth. 


Booksellor & Statlonor, Bridge St. O i Kesrgor,—Tho Groy Hairs of old age de- 
Lee ak Hall 
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN, 


He ow an/l overy man in the land. 135d6m Agent for Bolloville, From 35 conte to $1.25, | mand avd should roceive respooct—but the 


thouo who saw, in tho ey adoptio# 


Groy Haire of young poople require attention specitic cures, the overthrow of all the fort hoir ith new 


HE ODLVAR WELL MEDICAL 00, | OYSTER = OVERALLS, inn doi way of, uaing Olepalesa Hate’ Renard Which they had hoped to oxtort ted the whole ot the apartmenta with — 
41 Ann St., NewYor ; wm ; 4lso profoasion of the healing 4* of the of J vontiquoun to 
P , of Private Money at § S Brown Duok, Bluo | or Sold by A, 1. Goon, Druggist, at 50 ry usiant woro | {n the yory heart . AD 
Posty tioe box 4586. — Boy | BVOC sat “Onargector, "Nove. ' Oak Hall pexe peeck: prin, | conte por bottle, But thodreamu of the youth 0ttNim tobe | etheneral Por Ole, re principal” Bank, 
; su Y malasion ; Blu Drill, Cottoaade. now too noarly realized # pumny by point. | dublic law courts, commercial _ex- 
1S PETERSON & PETERSON, het ’ , Why Incur Torture ? beaten, He anawored#”ei at longth, by tho | changes, allway andtelevraph offiow. 144dlye 
Barrintars, &o,, OYS ERS Tho = or Olothi By disregarding cleanliness of tho tooth, | Mg to. thousand of" ae virulont enemics| ~ ¥ ; 43 
DUIFY’S MUSTARD) soc vx soo "issn | ant Porniaage, "Bont alto napct beta | aod thus enceragiog thee, docayy ‘whos | ait ot the pranst arttnpllet to ges] FOTEL FOR SALE, 
. : Led shasing. SOZODONT, which is delightful to use . | Wore eithor « ho infallible efficacy of hia — 
purchasing, tho t ghtta use, pro we tot y 
AT Venta the possibility of toothacho, by kooping reluctant aatt mont for the cure of all external VE Hotel known as tho Roalin Hotel 
Dit} omMA AWARDED 1881 EYE EAR AND TH ROAT the teoth in health. No ono who has not used | Pilla and or iimonts.—Vew Orleans Bee, situated in the village of Roalin, Thore 
: TT IMM NSE FALL S | this popular article, can form an adoquate nad jysormal ES mo In about an acro of land, with thiety fralt 
Manufactared at the Canada Coffeo and R, G. 8, RYERSON, L.R.O.P, and 8, & 7 1 idoa of how much improvemont defective important to Farmers, eto. trees, in connection with the Hotat, The 
Spice Mille 7 St. James St., Montreal. Ie. Leotaror on Kyo, Ear and Throat, Tri o THE CITY BAKE RY Av teoth sro susceptible, SOZODON'TT is intinite. would koop your kine, cattle, ho {s known to bo ono of the bost stand 
tailed by all dtocera, 152d1y | {ty College, Toronto, and Sur jon to Moroor Hf A ly to bo proferrod to abrading tooth powdors ica, aheop and poultry in the host’ ‘erteth lor a hotol in the Vounty, “ 
“ae? ay iF @ and “oy Infirmary, lato Ollntoal Anaistan, It prowervos, not soratohon tho enamol da h and romoausrative condition, mix HAR For terms and oulars, apply to 
Wanted. Big Pay, Light | Moorficld’s Kyo Hospital, London, England ial } hoalt f mix HA pp the 
AGENT = od y nd Contral London Thros ilon, England, -) . 1} veue’s CONDITION Powpxns oocasionally with | owner on the prem! 
. Work, Oonstant om and Central London Throat and Kar Hosnttal b] Must say it’s tho nicost thing T over #8 be yaaa it hese drenb aerial 08, G. DOCKS 
meat. No capital 317 Oburoh Street Toronto, will vinit Boll JAS WALLACE for the teeth and breath,” ring T over Have | their food. Kroat apecitios are the wealth . a TADER, 
, Jaune Lan & Co,, Mon Quebeo ville, professionally, on Saturday, Deo, 10th. . F 334 Vrowt Srnuer, ing tried VTeasaane kk Baya ovor, hs om. | of the barn yard, See to it! Sold overy 
Di F eo now 


Sopt, 20th, 1881, whore, 


Bellovillo, | Gev a five cont sample, eaeed ewe 2s Seela daw 


a 


= 


Fire Bacapes, 


DA DrEnS: 


ULSTERS, CIRCULARS, 
AND DRESSES. 


A choice lot of 


Tweeds and Meltons, 


suitable for the above, just opened at 


H. L. BOTTOMS & O'S. 


On Sunday evoning tho writer paid a visit 


to a friond, and had to climb throo paire of 
stairs in ordor to reach his room in the third 
story of a building on Front St. Arrived 
at the top, one or two narrow passages had 
to bo traversed bofore the room could be 
Tho firat thought which entered 
+} the mind of the writer, on walking toa 
window in the cozy little apartmont and 
looking down on the street far below, was, 
** What 0 torriblo situation it would be for 
X—— if the lowor part of this building 
took fire some pight, and burned away one 
of those staircases before he could grope 
his way out! No ladder could bo found 
which would reach from the ground to ono 
of the windows of the Ho would 
have to abandon himeolf to, his fate, or olae 
drop to the ground from this lofty omin- 
ence. Ho would probably have to choose 
betwoon tho'disagreeable alternatives of bo- 
ing burnod or smajhed to death.” The same 
danger is common to all who inhabit tho 
— upper stories of hotels. How many lives 
It is surprising what a difference of opin- | are sacrifiodd in burning buildings overy 
ion exists among Christian people regarding | year by persons being confined in the upper 
amasements, not enly among tho denomi- | parts of buildings, the’ means of oxit hay- 
nations as a wholo, but with the individuals | ing boon out off by tho flames! ‘They havo 
of each. Many of the churches clearly | shrunk from hurling thomsolyos from tho 
define the particular amusements they | windows,and havo romained until, staupetied 
prohibit, whilo a fow leave the matter to | partly by foar and partly by the thick 
the member's conscience, It isnot avery| smoke, they have fallon victims to 
long time since the Legislatures of some of | tho flames! There is too much apathy 
the New England States, urged to itby the | displayed in rogard to this mattor, 
Puritanism of tho day, declared by Statute} When wo read overy now and then 
what people might or might not do toamuse | of people losing their lives by boing 
thomselves, That the Presbyterian Church | confined in burning buildings, we tremble 
in at least one portion of the United States | for a night or two on rotiring to rest, and 
prohibits certain amusements, and deals| then forgot allubout-it. Let everyone who 
roverely with transgressors, is qstablished | sleeps in the upper part of whouse, and 
by the caso which we recorded a week or | who roads this, think what he would doif 
two since. Woe fancy it was a surprise to} he were roused from his sleep to-night by 
our Presbyterian readers to learn that dan- | a sense of suffocation and found the room 
cing is regarded as so sinfal that expulsion | tilled with thick smoke—and, if he could 
from the Church follows the practice of it, | grope his way as far as the staircase, should 
even if the indulgence is at a private party. | find it burning or already burned away, 
It is well understood that the Methodist | Would there be any other way of escape 
Church the world over is strongly opposed | for him except from the window of his 
to dancing and card playing, but it seems | room? The only way to realize the gravity 
to be a difficult matior to keep the young | of a situation like this is to bring it home 
people from both. It was an easier matter | to ourselyes and ask ourselves what we 
fifty years ago, when the denominations| would do under such circumstances. 
were more clannish than they are to-day, | Thore should be some provision for escape 
to enforce such rules. Itis hard to make | in caso of fire made in every building, the 
ayoung Methodist believe that her or his | upper part of which is occupied—not only 
Presbyterian, or Episcopal friend, whose | hotels, but factories where a large number 
character is estimable and worthy of imita- | of hands are employed, and all places of 
tion in all other respects, is committing sin | public resort. The beat hotels, it is true, 
when dancing, or taking part ina theatrical | have fire escapes attached to all their win- 
representation. The evident tendency is} dows in the upper part of the building ; 
towards more liberality in the matter of | but tho fixture of escapes should not be 
amusements, The extréme views inherited | optional with the owners of hotels; it 
from the Puritans are well nigh obsolete,— | should be made compulsory, and should 
the peculiar dress of the Quaker, denoting, | not be confined to hotelsalone. Lot there 
somewhat ostentatiously, separation from | be an examination of all the different fire- 
_ the frivolities of the world, is seldom seen; | escapes which have been patented, let there 
the prohibition of the wearing of gold and | be a choice of the appliance which is con- 
costly apparel insisted upon in the early | sidered the safest, simplest, surest and beat 
days of Mothodism is no longer regarded, | adapted for the purpose required, and then 
even by its ministers. The fact is humanity | let every owner of a large and high struc- 
will be amused,and the amusement may be | ture which is ocoupied either during the day 
hearty and joyous and withal innocent and | or night be obliged to attach ono of these 
beneficial. escapes to every window inthe upper part 
SSeS ofthe building. It is a very important 
The Governor-General RUeparture, iatter, andshould be seriously considered 
Correspondents of American newspapers | and action taken on it before we have anoth- 
in England are not the most reliable | er terrible warning to spur us into action. 
authorities on subjects relating to the in- 
tended movements of members of the Royal 
family or of persons in high authority. An 
illustration of this fact is furnished in the 
case of the Marquis of Lorne, The corres- 
pondents of several of the New York journ- 
als had settled it beyond dispute that the 
Governor-General’s next visit to England 
meant nothing more or less than his retire- 
ment from his present official position, and 
that it was not intended .that he should 
return to Oanada. Other correspondents 
wrote that he would return to this country 
but would remain only.a tew months at the 
most, and that in any case the Princess 
would not come backto this inhospitable 


reached. 


. (y ~ 
wn, “Fi 4 
othe bo) ais dy 


room, 


Baily Hutelligencer. 


RELLEVILLE, TUESDAY, NOV. 8. 


Toleration of Amusements. 


iiditorial Brevities. 


The Hunter Cattle Car, invented by Mr. 
Wm. J. Hunter, of this city, will find its 
opponents chiefly among inhuman and un- 
scrupulous cattle shippers. If one-half of 
what is told of tho practices to which ship- 
pers resort for the purpose of increasing the 
weight of the cattle and otherwise cheating 
buyers, be true, then it is high time that 
improved cattle cars should come into use, 
since they must protect the poor animals, 
in some measure, from these practices. 
One of the methods most commonly 
practiced for increasing the weight of stock 


clime. © It is satisfactory ‘and very gratify- is to deprive the animals of water until they 
ing, in the light of these authorities,to read | "T° D°8° the end of their journey,and then 
the speech of fhe Governor-General himself to feed them with salted hay. The result 
on the eve of his departare. . He not only of this is that their thirst becomes terrible 
declares that he will be back during the first and they aro then allowed to drink as much 
fortnight of the new year, but also hints at | ™* they wil, just before being transhipped. 
the carrying out of the now and praise- They drink an enormous quantity of water, 
worthy echeme which haa been fermenting and their weight is thereby greatly increas- 
in his brain for some time,namely,the estab- od. 
lishmerit of an Academy of Science,asa com- 
panion institution to the Academy of Arts 
which was brought into being chiefly 
through the energy, enthusiasm and liber- 
ality of His Excellency. This does not 
look as if he meant to resign his position, 
His assurance, also, that the Princess had 
been obliged to remain in England only on 
account of her ill health, and that she 
wouldtreturn to this country in the spring, 
is sufficient reply to those journalists in 
England and the States (and, we are 
ashamed to say, not a few in Canada also) 
who have persistently attributed the ab- 
sevoe of the Princess to her dislike for the 
country and its people. As Canadians, we 
should be thankful that the Governor- 
General hos chosen this time to pay a visit 
to the old country. He can do more good 
for Cauadain England at present than 
he could here. Fresh from his recent tour 
in the Northwest, with his mind vividly 
impressed with the grandeur and bound- 
leas prospects of that country, his enthus- 
iaam will no doubt be given vent to in 
es similar to the one he delivered in 
Winnipeg, which will be worth more than 
all the eloquence of an army of emigration Professorship in the Royal Military College, 
agents. His visit cannot fail tobe of im- | as givon by the Kingston News, is a vory 
mense benofit to the country in indycing | trivial one. The Commandant, ol. 
an increased flow of immigrants of the bet- | Howitt, it seoms, addrossod the cadets on 


tor class. Ono occasion as ‘‘ a body of liars,” and on 
TT 


another occasion said that 
HB. MacCarthy, Wholesale and ee thieves sawong them, but 
Dis ites :—"'l was aiilic sO ce 
Dra ist, Diteway wii some years, bad had o ee fliars.” Jn a private 
a7 beer completely cured by the nse of Dr. | convertation With another oflicor named 
Ty 


According to the new assessment of 
Belleville, the total value of the personal 
property in the city is just $49,900, and 
the total value of the assessable income is 
$78,600. The Kingston Whig is right in 
saying that the assessment, as far as those 
particulars are concerned, isa farce. It is 
as great a farce to say that the total value 
of the personal property of this city is $50,- 
000 as it was to report that the total num- 
ber of bitches within the city limits is 
only 4. Itis more than a farce; it is a 
serious cause for complaint. Onur assessors 
have not done their duty. The most su- 
perficial scanning of the Assessment Rolls 
for 1882 will be enough to convince any one 
of thia fact. It would be well if the Com- 
mittee on Finance and Assessment would 
moot with the Court of Revision and ex- 
amine the Rolls together, report the omis- 
sious, and, if they think necessary, appeul 
against the assessment. Any elector, how- 
ever, hasa right, under the Statute, to 
appeal, 

In our very humble opinion, the cause 
of the dismissal of Major Ridout from his 


‘they had 
now 


they 


Daren ce 4! -iric Oil in doses of five drops 08 | Major Porguson, Major Ridout casually ox- 
ry el by ‘also pleasura in recommending 
“Sebroostion for extornal uso, 
People hav. ~ 


have pant tloomyight te become dyspeptic 


proasod tho opinion that the Oommandant 
was Wanting in tact and jidemont to use 


auch Jonguage to the young ¢0n!)omon. 


Forguson then ran to Col, Howitt and 
PCOmMen we commit sujoide, repoated this horrible slander; it was 
oe Bu 


; Command 
the ¢ lood Bi ill cod a reflection on the 
® troubj,, 04 Bitters will | pronoun was {netitnted, 


hat tho sorvices of 

Major Ridout were dispensed with. Aare 

‘ust oarely be sowe mistake about 
“jor Ridont, 


‘ia, "*4 miserable, than tho 


ured | 
VlAlon oy Ca, 
Oto, 


a, 


DAILY (NTELLIGE 


efliciont officor and instructor and is also a 
great favorite with the cadets, could not 
have been discharged on such trivial and 
If this is the whole truth, 
think that the 
discharged is Ool. 


Howitt, not Major Ridout, | 


upjust grounde 
we would be inclined to 


ofticor who should be 


The cadle despatches ounounce great 
snow storms throughout England and Scot- 


In the Midland Countics, 


land last wok 
it is said, there has beon a fall of two feet 
of snow, accompanied by very cold weath- 
er. How thankful wo Canadians ought to 
be that our lot has not been castin a land 
with ouch a frigid and incloment climate os 
We have not yet had in | 
thia district enough snow to make an aver- 
No wonder the farm- 


that of Mugland ! 


age-sized snow-ball, 
ers of the old country aro emigrating in| 
such great numbors to the more gonial clime 


of Canada. 


Tho Montreal Post is audacious onough 
to express tho opinion that the Marquis of 
Lorne is es good a speaker aud a better 
statesman than Lord Dufferin, for all tho 
latter's blarney. It will now be in order for 


Sin, —I would like, through your ooluimns, 

t» call the attention of the Chairman of the 

Harbor and City Property Committee of the 

| City Counoil to the presence of noveral large 


NOBR 


Correspondence. 


Whilst correspondents w ill be accorded space 
for tho exproaslon of their ideas on topica of 
public interest, it muat be in all< anon understood 
that the views so expressed are simply those of 
the corres ondents themselves 


Obstructions in the River, 


'o the Editor of the Intelligencer. } 


boulders in the bed of tho rivor near the upper 
bridge. ‘They have been brought down tho 
rivor thus far by the ice in the spring, aud left 
thore. If allowed to remaia until ico forms 
in the tiver they will have to stay thero until 
next spring, when they will be carried down 
with the ice and help te obstruct the harbor, 
I believe it is the duty of the person already 
mentioned to take action in this mattor, as it 
concerns his department in municipal affairs 
moro thaa any other, I may add that it is 
not creditable to him that thease obstructions 
have been allowed to remain in their present 
position so long ; but bis neglect in this mattor 
is only of a piece with his 4eoeral managemont 
of the department over which he presides, I 
have, sir, closely studied the proceedings of 


tho Irish Canadian to denounce his brother | the City Council of this year, au reported in 


of the Post ‘for such a base and slantho r- 


ous reflection, consaived ip ignorance and 


your columns, and from thor I find that, to 
all appearance, Ald. Petrie considers his sole 
duty in the City Council to be to attack 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 


IRS1, 


RIVER SIDE MEAT MAP KET. 


PARTIES wishing to purchase g 50d meat 

at fair prices, woul! do wellto caliat tho 

Riverside Moat market, Atl kind , of Hrosh 
and Salt Moats kept constantly op hand 
W. H.@ RARY, 


CONSUMPTICIN 
CAN BE CUIRED. 


RRIVALS. 


JUST RECEIVED FROM LONDON, ENGLAND, 


LATEST A 


ONE CASE NEW DRESS GOODS, 


THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS, COMPRISING ;-— 


ONTARIO PULMONAR’ / INSTITUTE, 


135 Church St., (‘)ppo site Metropolitan 
Oburch,) Toronto. , Ontario. 


M. Hilton Willi ams, M.D, 


Graduate of Victoria Co sloge, Toronto, also 
Momber of the Colloge of Physicians and 
Surgoons of Ontari >), Paorareron., 

Tho only Institute of the kind in the D>. 
minion of Canada, portmes nontly established for 
the cure of all the variou » diseases of the Head, 
Throat and Chest, viz.:: Catarrh, Throat Dis- 
oases, Bronchitis, Astb ma, Consumption, Ca- 
tarrhal Ophthalmia (& pro Eyes) and Catarrbal 

Donfness, also Disease 5 of tho Heart 
_ Our rystem of prac‘ cice consists of the most 
improved Medical In! aslations, combined with 
propor Constitutions | Treatment. Having do- 
vote | sli our timo, ¢ nergy and skill for tho 
past tiftoon yoars to the troatment of the vari- 


Hindoo Berges, Very Handsome Goods, 

All Wool Tartan Plaids, 

Broken Checks, 

Knock About Tweeds, 

Foule and Baaritz Cloths, &&., &c., &c. 
—ALS0-—- 


1 Case New French 
ea Ocle ae Hats in Hlegant Shapes 


BRIGNALL & THOMPSON, 


ro 
who ip allowed to be an | by Jam Ole 


borrun in spleen, on the abilitee, mugnan- | certain City official whenever an opportunity 
imiteo, and geptilitee of our proud Oirish | offers, and on the slightest and most trivial 
+5 d that effect grounds, He was notelected for this purpose, 
or words to that e . Yours, &o, 


Bancroft Correspondence, Hollevillo, Nov. 8, 1881. 


UNIFORM 
well and ably informed about the doinys in PROMOTION EXAMINAT IONS, 
tho north by Hon, Billa Flint and others that — 
T could find nothing to write about, Tho A kar examinations will be held as fol- 


autumn thus far has boen vory pleasant, not+ lows: — 


5 : : For entrance to Junior Fourth, and Senior 
withstanding the frequent rains, Gamo sooms Fourth Classes, at Marmora, Stirling and Ma- 


more plentiful than it has beon for years,boars | doc, on the 2let Deo, ; for entrance to Fifth 
being exceptionally numerous, This village | Class, at tho same places, on the 2ist and 


scems to be progressing with its usual stoadi- | 22nd Deo, ; for entrance to Junior and Sen- 
> ; ior Third Classes, in each school house, on 
ness,and bids fair to,ere long,raak as second to Dec, 16th. In each case the examination will 


none in the north. Tho mining industries are | commence at 9 a. m. 

being opened up in places with the most gra- Teachors are requested to notify the under- 
tifying results, while the prospecting 
equally fayorablo as regards the cortaiaty of promotion, the classes in which they now are, 
a very large deposit of the very best iron ore | those to which they wish to be promoted,and, 
in this section. Several shafts have been 
sunk around this place and show very favore 
able signs of there boing an almost inoxhaust- 
ible supply of iron ; ono mine being reported 


nation, 
Fosren Wap. 


Bancrort, Nov, 5. 1881, 
Sinco my last lotter you have been kept so 


they wish to be examined, In addition, 
seventy-five cents (to pay cost of printing ex- 


N. H. Teachers’ Association, Madoo. 


warrant the building of a railroad toit. The mitting this, the name of the School Seotion, 


quality is also said to be excellent, 

‘The crops have beea unusually good, and | should be given. 
are quite a bit above the average, ‘The long WM. MACKINTOSH, 
drouth, which the front experienced in tho Madoc, 5th Nov, 1881. 
latter part of the summor, did not effect this | — — 
part nearly #0 much, as we had frequent 
showers when the southern districts had 
none. 

Hon. Billa Flint is hero at present enliven- 
ing the place with his customary jocularity 
and freo, off-hand manner. 

There has been a great deal of rain here 
during the past mooth, and Saturday seems 
to be the unlucky day, as it has showered 
heavily for six Saturdays in succession. 

Measrs, Bronson & Weston, a large lum ber- 
ing firm of those parts, have had a ganu of 
men at work blasting out the bed of the York |. 
branch, at this place, in order to facilitate th» 
passage of their annual drive of logs for tho 
future, The removal of a number of large 
boulders effectually cleared the stream, 

Lhe mills hore are doing a rushing businose, 

a large quantity of first-class shingles lath and 
lumber, the latter being both rough and plan- 
ed, being turned out this summer ‘and fal). 
The grist mill, also, since the advent of tho 
new miller, (Mr. Thompson), is slso doing a 
constantly increasing business and turning 
outa quantity of good flour. Work on tho 
now carding and woolen mill is rapidly pro- 
gressing. It will be finishod and fitted with 
all the necessary apparatus for next sprivg’s 
work, The new town hall stands out bold 
and prominent on tho hill at the south of the 
village and is a splendid looking building for 
a frame one, and is especially well finished in- 


1G1Ld1t& w3t 


MEN'S 
SCOTCH LAMB'S WE0L UNDER- 
CLOTHING, 


(Soft and will not shrink.) 


Ladies’ and Misses’ 
LAMB’S WOOL UNDERCLOTHING. 


Ladies’ and Gents’ 
WINTER CLOVES AND MITTS, 


A fine assortment of the above ia goad 
qualities, at » moderate price, 


GEO. RITCHIE & CO. 


side. Wehad a slight fall of snow on the gee eg eS LS a 
eyening of the 3rd of Noyember. —O NH! OF — 
ane. FISHS SPECIALITIES 
The tug Jessie Hall arrived this morning Tits Reabdnite== 


from Kingston with the barges Huropa and 
Winona, and oleared for Fairhaven with the 
barges Kansas and Dorchester, loaded with 
iron ore. 


UNDERCLOTHING! 


—Tho steam barge Kingsford is loading | We have the Largest, Best Assort- 


grain at the West Belleville vlevator, 
The propeller Ocean has cleared for Walker- 
ville, via Picton, where she will finish loading, 


ed and Cheapest Stock in 
the City, 


the water here being too low to enable her to and we only keep those makes that we know 


jakelnjfalllcarzo. are right and can recommend 


The Schr, D. Freeman left this morning 


with barley for Oswego from Downey & Pres- OUR SCOTCH GOODS 


ton’s, : 
Bs - this season are somethiug that must be seen 
The steam barge Kingsford will gob away | 4, be appreciated, both fa to quality and 
this evening. price, and woe give a recoipt with every suit 
to show how to wash without shrinking, 
Our stock of 


r Cheese. 


Reporta from New York state that buyors CASHMERE& MERINO UNDERWEAR 


tay they are willing to pay 13c, for tinest Isto 
made cheese, but they go along a good way 
before they come to them, and lots that 
would sell as fino on any reasonably disposed 
market are freely offered at the port, but go 
into store allthe same, Seconds are very 
dull. Cortasin factorios of such that sold firat 
of last week at ll4c, were offered this week 
at 10}0, and put into store on a 100, bid. 
Common skimmed choese are at the moment 
unsalabla 


is complete ia all sizes. 
2® Remombor we can fit anybody, having 
all sizes from 32 to 48 inches, 


A. E. FI8H & Co. 


Leave your orders for our porfoct fronted 

shirts, 
Stray Cow. 
a \TRAYED from Coleman's Commons on 

Almost young Again, K tho night of tho 3let Oot, a rod and 

My inother was afflicted a long time with | White spotted cow, ‘Tho finder will bo rey 
Nouralgis and » dull, heavy inactive condi- | warded by returning hor to 
tion of the whole system ; headache, nervous JOHN HICKS, 
prostration, and was almost helpless. No Harriot St. 
physicians or medicine did hor any good, 157d3t 
Lbhroo months ago she began to use Hop Bit- es 
tors, with such good effect that she seems 
and fools young again, although over 7! yoars 
old. We think there is no other medicine tit ] 


to use in the family,” 
R. L, Journal. 


Nov. 4, 1881, 


UT first wait until about tho lst Novom- 
ber, when 
BLAIR & SHANKS, 

of Winnipog, will opon a branoh of their Boal 
Estate Olive in Bolleville, 

A splendid list of lands will be ready for 
sale, 
ISAAC BLAIR, 


A lady in Providence, 


For Seraus AnD Brursxy.—Rab Perry 
Davis’ Pain Killer well into the wounded 
parts, taking the moedivine internally at the 
same time 


R. H, SHANKS, 
wed&Satiwilmwy 


MONEY TO LOAN. 


Pains and Griping in Children. 
HeanioK ATED VeorranLy’ PLLA 
aro a sovereign romody for this ailmont whioh 


SuGAR-« 


ls pot alone confined t» childron, Nothing | 

oon withstand thoir subtle action and purify: | reyirie gi byoriber, as Solicitor for a private 

ing influonces, Thoy aro puroly vogotable, : truat fund just placed in his bande, is 
| Aad nover inconvenience Ae . papight Thoy propared to receive applications for Joann on 
} are gold ovory where, i 


mortgages of improved farm or gity property, 
On good titles boing oxbibited, the loans 
can bo placed without delay and froo from ex. 
ponses of agents or solicitora at a distance, 
i, G, PONTON, 
Rarrigtor, Bellovillo, 
Oflice in Gordon's Blook, Front } 
St., over Overell's Bookstore, | 
Bolloyille, Oot, 28, 162deod3w, w3m 


Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. 
ho Best Sanyein tho world for Cute, 
Bruisos, Soros, Salt Knoum, over Sores, Tot 
ter, Ubapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 
Bkio craptions, and positively curos Pilos, 
It ts guarentood to give oatinfaotion or money 
Price 26 conta por box, For sale 


k& Oo. 


ie | Signed, not later than November 18th, of the 
names of the pupils who will be candidates for 


in case of candidates for promotion to the 
Fourth and Fifth Classes, the place at which 


amination papers. circulars, &o.) should be 
by an oxport as being sufficiently large to | sent to Miss Riddell, Scoretary-Treasurer of 


In re- 
avd the address of its Secretary-Treasuror 


P. 8, Inspector, N. Hastings 


Scarfs, Ties, Handkorchiefs &c 


ous diseases of the HEAD, THROAT AND 
JHEST (daring wiiich time we have succoss- 
fully treated over 30,000 casos), wo ato en- 
ablod to offer tho afilicted the most perfect 
romodies and app iiances for the immediate 
care of all theso f.roublesome afflictions, By 
the system of Mediosted Inhalation, Head, 
Throat and Lung affections haye become as 
curable as any class of discages that afllict hu- 
mavity. Consriltation freo, and the prices of 
the Institute within the reach of all, 
The vory best of references given from all 
ports of Canada from those already cured, 
f possible by all means visit the office porson- 
ally for consviltstion and examination. But if 
impossible t< call personally at the Institute 
write fora List of Questions and Medical 
Treatiso, Address Ontarid Pulmonary Insti- 
tute, 135 Oburch St., Toronto, Ontario. 


“TWA HOURS AT HAME.” 


Metropolitan Hall, Belleville, 


immediately, Rents very low. For terms, 
&o,, apply at the oflice of 
CHAS. W. BELL, 
Over Post Office, 


120d3awtf Vendor's Solicitor, 


FOR SALE OR TO LET. 


(T\HE property known as tho Dorland Block, 
two large st. res and fino dwelling above. 

Is to be thoroughly repaired. If not sold will 
bo let to good tenants at low rentals. Dwell- 
ing eithor in connection with one of the stores 
or soparately, 

Also sovoral comfortable Houses for sale or 
to lot in choice localitios—modorate rentals. 

Money to loan at 6 or 7 per cont, 


Apply to 
Peay P, R. PALMER, 
100dood-w6m Office Belleville, 
To Let, 
A Ng! premises on Front Street, compris- 
ing » largo Shop and Dwelling ovorhaed, 
two doors north of tho promises of Wesley 
Bullen, and noxt adjoiniog the Millinery oa- 
tablishmont of 8, Eustace. Promises aro in a 
good stato cf repair, Ront vory moderato, 
Possossion at once, 
Apply at the Law Office of the undersigned, 
over the Peat Office, 
CHAS, W, BELL, 
Barristor, Bollovillo, 
4th Oot, 81, 6 


House to Let. 


( N William Stroot, north of Hotel Stroot, 
Apply to 
160d0% 


GEO, CRANG, 


To Let, 
VERY deslrablo Storo and residence at- 
tached, on cast sido north Front Stroot, 
near upp?r bridge, Promises to good ropair, 


FOSTER 


Dress Goods, 


Velveteens, 


dies’ wear. 


H. L. BOTTOMS & CO. 


tS 
WILLIAM SINGER. 


\HIS make of Sowing Machine has taken 
firat prizes at all the exhibitions this 
year. 


Partios in want of a firat class Sowing M 
chino will do well to call at the Williama’ 
Slogor office, Front Street, Betlovitle, and ox. 


Importers. 


& REID 


Have Just Received a New Lot of 


Cloaking, 


lined, front ah sido lamps... .$180 00 
Top buggy in good order,...... 
Segre cutter, front seat..... be 
ight driving harness (prize set)...... 
afala rota whip, blanket, halter, fly- 
sheet (never used), brush, comb, and stable 
utenai Torms cash, Address 


GEO, 0. ALCORN, 
155d3teod Barrister, Picton. 


To Sell or to Let. 


3\UE nndersigned offers to sell or let,on res. 

l sonable terms, the Hotel now Siero by 
himeelf at Hayden’s Corners, The Hotel has 
boon recently rebuilt, is situated upon a lead. 
jug gravel road, and is doing a Poy busincss, 


Novy. 30, 1880, See dStwtt 
Notes Lost. 
HE publio are cautioned against 
ib for two Notes mado by Van eDatee 
> —-~ Lowry respectively, in faror of the 
undersigned, Tho former note ia for the sum 
of about $30, and the lattor about $60, leas 


endorsatiour, 
ROBERT SILLS. 
Stdiw 


GONGER BRos 


~°HAYE REMOVED ~ 


THREE DOORS gouTH 


TO THE 


and well situated for a Grocery buminoas. amino before purchasing, 
Apply t WM, DAVIS 
Apply to whi BORLUE N ayia ED FRONT ST iH 
144 Street Rallway Odlice, Belloville, Nov, 1, 1881. 165d-w Nov. 1, 188) * 
Lie ) ‘ 


16M lw, wat 


=e and Jackets, $ 
TUESDAY, 8TH N —_" | 
| ye OVEMBER, At Lower Prices than we have offered before. 
ONE NIGHT ONLY, 
(Under the auspices of the St. Andrew's 7 
Sooiety). 5 ; 
» 
Raye FOSTER & REID 
SON 5 age 
OF Inporrers. ‘ 
MR. KENNEDY Aare vac | ented A Good Servant 
: TO LADIES OF B‘LLEVILLE, Girl. 
Will be assisted by the following members of (Gentt To wh —— : 
his family : entlemea Not Excluded.) Having waite best pase will pepeld: 
Miss Helen Kennedy, Soprano, AA Fa COMPASS ‘BUS will poten yen Bg 
A . Tun as follows: ! Len 
Miss Marjory Kennedy, Soprano, |" Lowves Market, going by Bridge, Albert, | pieatonors fever eroay of tiem, on aps 
Miss M ia Kennedo: Fisaclorta Hotel, John and Bridge Streets, back to Mar- | the office of this paper. ’ ’ 
agg y; ket, at 74, 84, 94, 10} a. m., and 124, 14. 84, | This advertisement, which first appeared in 1 
Mr. Robert Kennedy, Tenor 44. 5h, 64 p.m. a Syracuse paper, some a ago, shows that 
’ Loaves Market, going by Bridge, John, domestic servants were as lt to obtain then 
Master John Kennedy, Violin. Hotel, Albert tand Bridge Streets, back to | 20W. and as hard to please. But these often 
eee + 8, 9, 19, and |) a.m.; and 12 noon# pala Ser ae pa a, fpetoation, 23 
» BO, Bl .m. le 
Commences at § o'clock. Body of Hall, Fare 5 ts ol 4 5 Or. part of {wa cally troubled. But had they always kepta 
50c.; General Admission, 250, 1592taw MB. ROBLI N bottle es Dai Dow's Sturgeon Oil ent at 
UE Belleville, Oct. 14tb, '81. 140d¢ | soon. One or two Shae well Pres 
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.) —————— I tai 
a FURNITURE SALE ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FORIT. _ 
CHANCERY DIVISION «| _ at wp inlarge bottles, retell 25 cla. each, 
' rise AM i = . and sold by all Druggists and Country Mer- 
I M instracted to sell by public auction, le 7 
BE JELLEUT. A at tho residence of F, C, Ridley, Commer- J. W. BRAYLEY, 
JELLETT VS. JELLETT bia Gixserion a eee 
sci ; Wednesday, November 15th, METROPOLITAN HALL. 
DURSUANT to a decrce of the High Court | his fuiniture, carpets, &o, Furth ef 
of Justice, Chancery Division, made in | lars in future ad vartirendents, ee ee 
the matter of the estate of Morgan Jellett and R. PURDY. are 
in a cause pales sharers Soca: ; ‘Auctlonear — 
of Morgan Joellott, late of the City o! 0. Oct. \ . . 
Sill ie tial Obdinty of Pektiagste Solieiede) | oun d3t Wednesday, Nov. Oth, 
who died in or about the month of September, 
1881, are on or before the 5th day of Decem-| | | —— 
ber, 1881, rl by Posts prey a ar] 
Denmark & Northrap,of the City o eville ; 
in the Couaty of Hastings, Ontario, the Solic- ALEX. CAUFM AN, 
itors of the plaintiff, Sara M Jellett, the ad- 
ministratrix of tho deceased, their christian H. | BOTTOMS & 60 - 
and surnames, addresses and deacription, the . In his new Emotional Society Drama 
full particulars of their claims, a statement of 4 
their accounts and the nature of the securities SUCCESSORS TO 
(if pay) bald by them ; or in bere ea ae 
they wi reemptorily exclu ‘om the “ Z 
benslita of the said decree. Every creditor Holton, Bottoms & Co. L A A R E 
holdivg any security is to produce the same : 3 
before me at my Chambera in Belleville, in = ; 
the ee us Hestiogs, ov the th ony of De- W how rf 
comber, 1851, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, e are now showin 
hee time appointed for adjudication on § A LIFE’S MISTAKE. 
the claims, 
Dated this ard day of November, A.D, 1881.| | the finest assortment of 
S. 8S, LAZIER, i" SUPPORTED BY AN EXCELLENT COMPANY, 
158d3tw Master, Twe eds, Overcoatings, 
For Sale or to J.et, Ulsterings and Meltons ' f 
“[UHOSE two semi-detached brick dwelling 6 : Peioea of Admission :—750,, 50c., 250. 
houses situate on Turnbull Street, an 
adjoining the residencca of F, A. Lingham,| | V° Ver had, Reserved Seats at Reynolds’. , 
Eeq., and tho late D. D. Bogart, the southorl Novid d5t 
one being at present occupied by Isao Wol- : : te 
ever, Esq. The interiors have been thoroughly Also, a choice lot of A 
renovated, Both houses are in ao excellent HOR SATE. . 
atate of repair, contain sixor soven rooms each, Tweeds suitable for La- 
and are excellently located. Possession given [>EAETON, new, maroon leather 


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Messrs, H. L. Bottoms & Co. 


Patterson, charged with drunkenness. He 
was fined $2.00. 


“pips ~ sare er, 1 SeRaS 


ent. 


‘ 


Lng BERRE SE 


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F_2 Smog _o = oe 


Se eeeeeeeseeeeeseeneseneeeenesenenmenspentsiasisisiisasasen 


Tue GovekxMenr Bouipie Monara, 


Northoott & Alford havo signed 
Building, 


| tract for the now Government 


| and have already begun the work of oxca- 


We Riceiveg Yesterday 


TWO BALES OF TAPESTRY 


| vation for tho foundation, As we announ- 
ced a fow days ago, a matorial chango has 


been made in the plana, The reac building 


—AND— has boon done away with altogethor ; the 

location of the vault has been changed from 

VELVET CAR PETS tho woat side to the rear or south sido of 
the building, and will be conatructed in- 

—ARDe= side instead of outside; the mail lobby 

will bo placed in the roar; the Inland Ro- 

BORDHBRS | venue Office will be located in the north onst 
7 corner of tho building, upstairs, and tho 


; ) , -we jo, th 
Direct from the maar fantdirere) Intending Customs Office on the north-west side, the 


urchasora will find our stock of oarpota by | space deyoted to cach 
‘ar the largost and beat araorted in tho city. nearly equal ; tho Weights and Moasures 
In value it cannot bo equalled, as many of tho 

our lines were porchased far below what they 
| downatairs, a pico being takon out of the 


can be imported at, 

old plan of the post oftice for that purpose; 
the piers on the two fronts of tho building 
will be changed from brick to froo-stone, 
and feoe-stone will aloo bo more liberally 
uood in the front decorations, In addition 
to these a large number of minor altera- 


department being 


oflice will be located in south-west, 


We have also a fow picces of 


BLACK SILKS 


at $1.03, $1.19 and $1.25, equal to what is 
usoally sold at $1.50 to $1,765, 


intorior of tho building. 


Our assortmoot of 


Heavy Fall Woollens 


the con- 


INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, 


PAILY 


. ’ . B ’ here 
MORNING DESPATCHES |AFTERNGON DISPATGHES. 
EUROPEAN. | THE KLECTIONK IN JLURMIA 
: Benwin, Nov. §,La the second baliot fo 
A MURDERER RALAPED a momber of the BReic hetag, Dr, Falko was 
’ \rk., Nov, 8 —Martin Goldworthy, | * ctorious at Worms by a awooping majority 
pan TENN Se i by loaving his Moat of tho second elections up to the present 
= ‘a the tall! . a es Paes ertiie of have resulted in favor of the Liberals. 
motbor ! cor aus we 0 : 
her clothing | a8 a disguise ro) =e, a5 « ‘ i x 1ANQUIS, 
THK PRBNOM ARMY , . » Marquis of Salisbury 
Paris, No ¥. 8.—Lo tho discuasion on Tun: al: knowledgiag tho receipt of an expression 
; 1 , a tho Chamber of Depution yes of confidence from the Conservative Club, ne- 
jsian off ira tion b verely Consures the past and present tactics 
torday, Lotau te made a Pach sonsa z of the Goveroment in the treatment of the 
doolarivg that the olfective stre ngth of many Hah ion 10th; nudt 'dvanavie ia a, Se PR 
rogiments was 6O reduced that in homo cases io the bropérty ‘andl ihe 2 tant Cape ie 


thoy now muste ronly a coupleof hundred mou, 


of tho house. 


tions have been made in the plans of the | to tho Irieh peoplo by tho Home Rule League 
will be discussed at ® mocting to-day, 


manifesto dopicts the present condition of 
Tue Ory Mission, —Tho public meeting | affairs in Ireland, and <doclares that tho state 


in the City Hall last ovening to consider | of things which prevail # in this country would 
the subject of the City Mission was fairly | bo an oternal disgrace ewon to the worst and 
attended, considering the atate of tho woa- | most aacivilized Goyornmout on tho face 
ther. Mr, A.G, Northrup was called to the | of the globe. 
chair, After devotional oxercises, Rev, Mr, | oxcopt, perhaps, in Ruswia, is there ao little 
Schuster read his report of tho work of tho | public liberty loft, or so much despotism ox- 
Miasion, which being done, disoussion was | Pressed by 


country. 


ybile sever mpanics have dwindled awa’ : 
while o ne 60 . : tal iocra And KLKCTION DAY IN THKSUNTTED STATEHE. 
»> the ridiculous ellootive of a few ofhoo - ee 4 
to the ridioulk “ Beaute torch Nuw York, Noy, 8,--Election day is boing 
’ yon, ordight men. IIven to 
AFOIL.EWO 40. 80Y 0D) OLAS - obsorved as a close holiday. 


All the Banke, 
Exchangos, aud down town oflices are closod. 
LAND LEAGUE RUeARRESTED, | 


a guard of honor . of thirty or forty mon for 
the present Cham ber it was now necessary to 
rooruit thom from two dilforont regiments. 
Farro, Minietor of War, roplicd and was con- 


tinually interrupted by the irrovoront laughter 


Lorpon, Volt, 8,—Jamos Taito, formorly 
Secretary of the Mullogar branch of the Land 
League, who was discharged from Kiluwaioham 
Vriday, Was roarrosted to-day, It 
is supposed bacauce of his violent spooches, 


all on 
IRisit APPALRS, J 


Y 
J 8, — ‘Tho manifesto addrossed 
Dusit, Nov. Thore is much excitement, 


NO LIVES Lost, 
New York, Nov, 8.—The investigation this 
moi ning showed that no lives wore lost by the 
tenomout fire last night, 


The 


SUICIDE, 

Manrsrra, Oct, 8.-—W illiam Nowkin, known 
asa Ohinosy missionary student jn tho pre- 
paratory dopartment of Maretta Collogo, 
committed suicide with chloroform last 
night, Cause, disappointed love, 


In no country of the world, 


tho ruling clement, as in Ireland 


is now complete, Oar stock is yory largo : 7 LEVROY S&NTSNCED TO BE WANGE 
ia fall, invi y ; . 1881, Th festo o.tke,can it bo for ono Ls , f HANGED. 
a mo. BB proccss paaretexence.,,be raint Seed attest tho system of the Maipstonx, Kog., Nov. 5.—Tho trial of 
Bho report. weresielivered by, Mr. H. Hodg- asrancel under which such occurrences | Lefroy for the murdor of Gold closed to- fay, 


son, Rev. Mr, Mitchell, Rey. Mr. Turnbull, 
Rey. Mr. McLoan, Mr, Draycott, Mr, Geo. 
Koberteon, and Mr. Robt, Dick, Rev, 
Mr. McLean thon moved that a Committee 


GLASGOW WAREHOUSE. 


Local Aotices, — 


Notices under this head ets, a line each inser- 
on, Afr siz insertions 5 +s. a line. 


placed on a solid financial basis. 


Morruy’s Steam Dyna AND Scouring 
Works,—Ladie’s ond Gentlemen's clothing 
scoured and dyed without being taken apart, 
Goods called for and delivered free of charge. 
Ordors attended to by post, Call at Murphy's 
below the Queen’s Hotel Front st, 963m, 


Mr. Northrup wouldconvenethe Committees 
at an early day. Tho meeting was a very 
interesting one, and wes made doubly 
agreeable by the fino music that was fur- 
nished by the choir under Mr. Oldham’s 
able direction, Rey, Mr. Schustor's ex- 


Baily Hutelligencer. | rrr roo 


BELLEVILLE, TUESDAY, NOV, 8. 
City and Vicinity. 


with us, and this Fall woe offer for sale an 
J unusually large stock of Scotch, English, 
Onty one man occupied the cells, last | German and Uanadian Tweeds, @vorsted 
night. 
Tue police found a front door on Front 
St. open last night. 
Rememser the Kennedys in the Metro- 
politan Hall this evening. 
AnotuerR lunatic has been brought to 
the CountyjGaol—a young man from Stirl- 
ing named John A, Ohard, 

Tue contract fur the clothing for the 
police force was awarded yesterday to 


world secure them to our customers at the 
very lowest price they are to be had i 
Canada. —JAmes Hennessy. 


THE ATALANTA. 


Preparations for the Kace To-day. 


Tax man Robert Howe, who was so seri- 
ously injured by falling over the river- 
bank about two weeks ago, is able to be 
about again. 

~Tuere was only one case before the Po- 
lice Magistrate this morning—that of F. 


A TRIAL SPtN, IN) WHICH THE ATALANTA 15 
WORSTED. | / 


New York, Nov. 7.—Three or four hond- 
red persons visited the Communipaw dry dock 
yesterday to look at the Canadian yacht 
Atalanta out of the water. Captain Cuth- 
bert and nis assistants had their hands full 
in putting the finishing touches on tho yacht’s 

Avex, Caurman and his talented com- pot-leaded hull, but were compelled to answer 
pany in ‘‘Lazare, A Life’s Mistake,” should | many questions put to them by the curiously 
be able to attract a large audience to the | inclined, and in one or two instances the cap- 
Metropolitan Hall to-morrow evening. tain was interrupted for several minutes by a 

Tue Marchmont Home Sewing Society | gentlemen who wished to know all about the 
will hold its first monthly meeting at the | construction of the boat and the trip here via 
Home on Thursday next, at3 p.m. A Bible | the Erie Canal. Tho bottom of the Alalanta 
Reading will be held in the evening at 8 is in much better shape than it was thought 
o'clock, by Miss Dora Allan, of Kingeton. possible to get it, considering tho limited time 
All friends are cordially invited to be pres- in which Cuthbert and his crew had to dothe 


Promises to join the Anti-Treating Ac- 
sociation have been made by a large num- 
ber of habitual drinkers recently, It 
remains tobe seen how many of these 
pomises will be fultilled at the next meeting 
which isto beheld inthe City Hall on 
Friday evening. 

ReyivAu services haye been held during 


Gracie and Mischief. 


The Atalanta was teken off the sectional 
dry dock at half-past eight this morning. 


last touches to her preparatory to her being 
taken downto Staten Island. Many persons 
Visited the dock to inspect her. At half-past 
the past four weeks at the Lodge Room in | ten the steam yacht Skin Jack, flying the pen- 
the 11th concession of Hungerford in con- | nant of the Now York Yacht Club, put in an 
nection with the Methodist Church of | appearance to take tho Atalania down to 
Oanada, under the superintendence of Rev. | Stapleton, \L, I,, but the sloop was notin 
J. W. Savage. Great interest is being | readiness to leave until the afternoon. Captain 
takon in the services. Cuthbert and the members of the Bay of 
On Saturday morning last Mr. Peter | Quinte Yacht Club in town will meet at the 
Vrooman died at the residence of his son-in- | rooms of the Jersoy City Yacht Club this 
law, Mr. Daniel Foster, 3d con. Thurlow, | °¥eniog, to havo afinal consultation beforo 
Mr. Vrooman was one of the oldest sot- | the battle to-morrow, 
tlors in this part of thecountry, and was 
86 years of ago at the time of his death. 


The funeral took place on Sunday, the ro- | Yesterday, and she was towed ont of the cove | *tive service or worta rebuilding. 
that the report recommends forty now ships 


to be built of various classes. 
of the Board, it is reported, estimate the en- 


sued between the two boats, the result of tire cost of the re-ostabliahment of the Navy, 
according to their thoory, at $31,000,000, 


at Communipaw. After a short spin tho 
yacht came about and returned. On the ro- 
turn trip the Gracie met her, and a race cn- 


mains being interred in the Cemetry. 

Tae Young People’s Association of St. 
Andrew's church has organized for the pre- 
sent season. It has been decided to meet 
every Monday evening,each alternate even- 
ing of meeting to be devoted to the study of 


which was thatthe A/alan/a was badly beater, 
This, however, was not altogether duo to the 


: . superior speed of the Gracie in this instance, 
the Bible, and the other evenings to bo} a4 the Aralonta's contreboard booame jammed 


spent in the usual literary exercises. Once | and could not be lowored. 
& month the Association will meet at tho 
Manse for social intercourse. 

Mx. Detauny,a Fronch savant, puts 
forth the theory that woman is inferior to 
man in the scale of development. 
would haye liked to have Mr. Dolauny with | 9g%in the mainsail wot misorably, and it is 
us yesterday afternoon, in a certain strect | *!4 that it will hardly be possiblo to make a 
on the Plains,and lot him view a big braw- docent piece of caryss of it during the races, 
ny rod-armed amazon, with hor fingors 
wreathed in hor husband's hair, knock- 
ing his head against the front door in full 
view ofallthe neighbors. Sho, at lonst, 
was tho better man of the two. 


boards, ashe held it could be used as wanted 
by two mon simply haul‘og upon and lowering 
it, The Alalanta’s crew ondogyored to got it 


** Tho boat,” says the Mails correspondent, 
** ontors the water yory prottily and leavos it 
beautifully, and ehe is, moreover, as stiff asa 
church steoplo ; that, too, withont her centro- 
board, The belief of some of those on board 
the Afalanta that she is able to win the 
Amorica’s oup amounted almost to a convic- 
tion, They would not entertain tho idea that 


Orentna or Tux Nicur Sonoor.—Not- 
withstanding the disagrocable weathor a 
ie wba: Dystudevis en saree won until the finish line has boon crovs- 
aomo away, but either Wednosday or Fri-| 
day ovenings will bo » good time to ontor. 

We noticed a number of our moat intelligent 
young men in attendance, 


LATER, 


A short road to health was oponod to those 
suffering from chronic coughs, asthma, bron- 
chitis, catarrh, lumbago, tumors, rhoumatism, New Y 
excoriated nipples or inflamed breast, and kid- 4 ae Siegel Nov. 8, 
ney complaints, by the introduction of the ho race hotween thé Unnadian yacht A/a- 
inexpensive aad effective remedy, Dr, Z'homaas’ | fanta and tho Now York yaoht Mlschle/ 1a 
Kclectric Oll. postponed till to-morrow on account of fog, 


The Race Postponed. 


as have boon named have ‘habitually taken 
place, has any moral right t> exist? 
people, who did not ondeavor at the curlicst 


ait: moment, by every legal constitutional moang, 
consisting of one member from each church | ¢, putan ond forever to such occurrences, 


bs appointed to map the city into districts, | desorve anything better than tho scourge of 
and that lady cv llectors be appointed for | a slave-driver! ‘Tho raanifesto refers to the de- 
each district, xo that the work might be | cline of manufacturen, heavy taxes, the denial 
This | of the right of household muffrago and other 
motion was catvied. Another motion, fer | grievances, and says thatin scarcely a single 
leaving the appointment of the Committees | matter of public concern ia Ireland, has the 
to the clergymen of the different churches, will of the Iriah people had its way, In every 


was also carried, and it was agreed that | department of our businoss, no matter how 
Kittle it concerns others, oxcept ourselves, 


it is managed by'automatic boards, appointed 
by Englishmen and composed, to a lorge ex- 


in despite of this, however, we are told 
that we must bo governed by 


: “25 ** | people, and that too for our own sake, 
haustive report of tho mission work we will Anarchy, it is said, would overtake us if the 


publigh to-morrow, as we have not space | benificial and restraiviug hand of England 
wero taken from off us 
tence was never advanced, 
Tweeps.—This isa leading department | spring from the governmont of Ireland by 
Kuglaud,and from that alony, But is it for the 
interest of; England that coercion should be 
diagonals and overcoatings of beautitul new continued, is it in its present state of siege 
designs and in reliable qualities. Tho | {ruitful,insanything but hatred, ill will and tho 
special facilities we possess of buying these | loss of treasure and life? 
cheaply inthe cheapest markets in the | ouly what is enjoyed by every other British 
dependenoy inhabited by the white race; it is 
only what every state of the American Union 
possesses, namely, power to manage these mat- 
ters 
alfaits which concern the empire at large be- 
ing loft to the caro of the Imperial Sonate, in 
which we would bo reprosented. 


towns of Staffordshiro, potteries aro on the 
ove of a gigantic atrike, 
men connected with the Operatives’ As- 
sociation have resolved to cease work on 
Thursday untess adyaaced wages be granted, 
‘The strike will affect fifty thousand employees. 


fined $675 aud costa for cutting timber on 
Goveriment land in the northera part of the 
stato, 


work, Still sho is not as smooth as she should | as many circulars have been mailed here as at 
be, and can bo called yery rough when com- | any other elections in the history of the coun- 
pared with tho racing bottoms on the sloops | try. 


ment burned last night, aro missing. 
also belicved that two persons named Brund- 
Workmen were busily engaged in putting tho | fivld have porished. 


A lettor from Charloston, S. C., states that 
Col. Cash, who killed Col. Shannon in a duel, 
is making efforts to bring about a duel with 
Senator Butlor, 


Joho C, Now, of Indisns, tho appointment of 
Minister to Russia, to succeed Foster, which 
it is understood New has accyuptel. 


Capt. Cuthbert determined to give the | Tport of tho Naval Advisory Board finds 
Atalanta a preliminary spin dowa the bay only twenty war-sbips in the navy adapted to 


ford,a burglar, whilo attempting to cacape from 
{ Capt, Cuthbert | State Prison yesterdoy, was ehot dead bya 
foolishly neglected to rig a purchase for tho gue d. 


We | down, but all their efforts wore {ruitloss, Thon | gives the oporatives pallid faces, poor appetite, 
languid, miserable foclings, poor blood, inac- 
tive liver, 
and all tho physicians and modicine in the 


defeat was possible, and that yacht races aro | decay, loss of manhood, &o., I will send a ro- 


Tho court room was densely crowded, A ret 
markablo number of women wero present, 
Lefroy was very pale and dejected, The 
Lord Chief Justice, summing up for the 
prosecution, which lasted 3 to 4 hours, wa% 
strongly against tho prisoner, and tonded to 
throw disoredit on the point on which the de- 
fence relied, that Lefroy had not pawned the 
pistol, and showed entire disbelief in the 
prisoner's assortion that a third person was in 
the car at the time of the murder. Tho pris- 
oner was found guilty and sentenced to be 
hanged, After the sontence was passed Lef- 
roy protested his innocence, 


Would 


News Condensed, 


Englishmen and Sootohmen, and) _ +4) Bright completes his 70th birthday 


Sather on the 19tb inst. 
ed forty-five tons of rabbite, 

—Snow fell at the Straits of Mackinac, 
Michigan, Friday, to the depth of six inches, 

—The pawnbrokera of Great Britain, 4,372 
in number, take in during a year 200,000,000 
of pledges, 

—It is expected that Sir Patrick McDougall 
will take place possession of Rideau Hall fora 
portion of the time that Lord Lorne will be 
absent. 

—Steamboats at Winnipeg have all gone in- 
to winter quarters, but the river is not yet 
frezen. Some anow has fallen and tho streets 
‘are muddy. 

—The British imports and exports were re- 
epectively £2,539,201 and £3,871,253 greater 
in value for October last than for the same 
month Inst yeur. 

—Six hundred and seventy sea going vessels 
inwards, and 682 clearances have beén « enter- 
ed atthe Quebeo Oustom House since the 
opening of navigation. 

—Four boats of the wrecked steamship 
Konigder Nederlanden are still missing. They 
contain 128 passengers, who must by this 
time be shoré of provisione. 

The Panama Canal Company has bought 
for about $209,000 the Graad Hotel of Panama 
to eerve as general offices, This sale leaves 
the city without a first class hotel. 

—The situation in Russia is of the gravest 
character, Provisions are doar, and an up- 
rising of the people is apprehended, Land- 
lords are advised to fly to the cities to avoid 
as_assiuation, : 

A Civio deputation left for Montreal yester 
day to hayo a conference with the Syndicate 
directors in relation to the establishment of 
railway workshops in Ottawa iu connection 
with the road. : 

—Nowgate, London, which, aside from his- 
torical associations of autiquity, is famous tho 
world over as one of London’s prisons, is to 
be demolished. It was probably first built 
about A.D. 360. 

— Owing to the filthy condition of the New 
York streets merchants between Union and 
Madison Squares on Broadway hired 30 men 
to keop them permanently clean. They wear 
collars marked ‘* private contract,” 

—Tho dismissal of Major Ridout from tho 
Royai Military College at Kingston is very 
unpopular among the cadets, All the pupils 
in the German class of Msjor Ferguson, who 
gave the information which led to tho dismis- 
tal, have loft the class. . 

—Guy Fawkes celebrations were held in 
London and elsewhere in tho United Kingdom 
on Waturdsy ovening. Effigios of Mousrs, 
Gladstone, Parnell, Biggar and others were 

burned in the poorer districts in London, but 
no disturbances occurred. 

—The death of the Most Rev. John Me- 
Halo, Archbishop of Tuam, is announced, 
Hoe was 90 years of age, the oldest Roman 
Catholic Archbishop in the world, He was 
widely known aan writer and lecturer on 
political and theological subjects, 


More impudent pro- 
Our troubles 


What we ask for is 


which concern ourselyes alone, those 


Labo STRIKE THREATENED, 


Haruny, Bog,, Oct..8.—la the various 


The whole of tho 


AMERICAN. 


FINED FOR TRESPASSING. 
Derrorr, Nov. §8.—Chas, Belden has been 


NEW YORK NOTES. 
New York, Noy, 8,—This year three times 


A family named Lanquot, living in a tene- 
It is 


WASHINGTON SPACIALS, 
Tho 7'ribune’s Washington despatch says : 


It ia reported that the Presidont offered to 


THB AMERICAN NAVY, 
Wasuunoron, Oct, §.—It is stated that the 


It is said 


The majority 


SHOT BY A GUARD, 

Jxrv¥ERSON VILLE, Ind,, Oct, 8.—John Uraw- 

—The revenue of the Dominion for Ooct- 
ober, 1881, was $2,714,037.25, $229,313.35 
more than for Octobor of lavt your, Tho rey 
onue for the firot four months of tho current 
fiscal year was $1,293,684.63, acd tho expen. 
dituco $1,080,850.23 in excess of the same 


Get out Doors. 


‘Lhe close confinement of all factory work, 
period Jast yoar. 
oF 


It ia stated that an army 25,000 utrong, 
composed of French volunteors, will bo form. 
ed for the purpose of ocoupying Tunis, Each 
voluuteor will receive fiftoon hundred francs, 
half ta be paid op his ongagottont and half at 
the close of his torm of service, which is to 
‘Twonty hectares of land in 


kidneys aod urinary troubles, 
world cannot holp them unless thoy get out 
of dcora or use Hop Bittors, the purest and 
best remody, especially for such cases, having 
abundance of health, sunshine and rosy chooks 
inthem, Thoy cost buta trifle.—Christian 
Recorder, bo five yoara, 
Alperia will be allotted to cach voluntoer, 


A OARD. = 


The Blood and Nerve Tissues owe 
thotr healthy oxistence to Puosrnonus and 
become disorganized whon it is lessened in 
quantity, It is nocossary to tho propor pres- 
ervation of the functions of lito as Eleotricity 
is to tho Tolograph. Tho uso of Phosphorus, 


To all who are sulforiog from the orsora and 
indiscretions of youth, nervous woaknoss, carly 


cipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE, 
This great romody was discovered by a min- 
sionaryin South Amorica, Sond a self-addrens- 


od onvelopo to the Ruy. Josxrn . INMAN, combined with Cod Liver Oi, Limo, Soda, 
Station D, New York Ou {w6m[43ood | “er ia Purrnen’s DMuLston, by providing, 
in a palatable and porfoot digestible form, all 

the olemonts nocossary for the hoalth , 
The Causes of Colds | and vitality of the body prevents satus 
aro wovting ovorhoated in hot rooms or crowd. | cures all diseases w hic h aro duo to ite boing 
od ansomblics, sittiog in a draught, or cooling | presoot in less quantity than Nature domanda, 
too rapidly after oxoriso, muflling up warm ) Honco its inostimable valuo in Arain disonsos 
and changing to lightor wrappiogs, cold and | Nervous Dobility, Wasting and other Luna 
damp foot, No matter what is the cause Hag. | troublos, which, beginning in lows of tlosh and 
ard’s Voctoral Boleam ig tho cure for all | vitality with Coveius, CoLps aud Buoncurris 
throat and lung disoases that induce consump. | ending in tho fell destroyor of the human 

tion. race—-ConsuMPTION, 


NOVEMBER 


—In one week lately a London firm import- 


5 Re 


Mr. J, K, Glenn, Harvey, N. B., write “'] 
havo used Wileou's Pulmonary Cherry Bal. 
| Gann with great advantages io provious yearr, 
KReoontly I canght « severe cough with mush 
| for woxs of theluage, Remomboring the goat 
benolit L had deriver from ite use, Lat once 

| resorted to it, and was cured as before, 

Keep the Feet Dry. 

his is the season of sloppy weathor #0 
productive of colds, and lang troubles; n« ie 
leoted cold or damp foct isa groat vource of 
those difficulties. Cure your cough with Hag- 
yard’s Pectoral Balaam, Wloasant to take aud 


always reliablo, 


Deserving of Praise. 

Too much cannot be expressed in favor that 
unsurpassed remedy for « onghbs, colds, asthma, 
croup, sore throat, and all lung complaints, 
If you sutfor from neglected cold, try Hag- 
yard’s Peotoral Balsow, Tho cost is trifling, 
only 25 oente, 


We know of no pilla that work upon tho 
systoin as wollos Dr, Wilson's Antil-bilious 
and Preserving Villa. They do not gripe or 
weaken in their action and are the boat pills 
we ovor used. Forthe care of all dincasos 
of the stomach and bowels, liver complaint, 
sick headache, and general wosaknoss thero 
is no equal to them, 


Butter, Milk and Hggs, 

The threo indispenzablo articles of oonsump- 
tion,aro wo grostly improved in quantity and 
quality, whon HARVKLL's Coxprrion Pownxns 
are mixod with food of tho sown or poultry 
that no dairy or poultry yard oan possibly bo 
remunorative withont them, Ask for them, 


There is no preparation that stands so high 
among farmers, grooms, and livery stable 
keepers a8 Dows’ Sturgeon Oil Liniment. It 
is used with groateut success as an extornal 
application for all injuries bofallicg a horse, 
From having witnessed its healing powers, 
wo have coased to wonder attho popularity 
it enjoys, 


No artiole ever attained such unbounded 
popularity in so short a time as Burdock 
Blood Bitters, and that too during the oxis- 
tence of countless numbers of widoly advertis- 
od bitters aad blood puritiors, Itis evident 
that this medicine bogias its work ut once, 
and loaves no desirable effect unattained, 


Commercial. 


BELLEVILLE MARKETS, 


IwrseLiLounceR Orvios, 
Bellevili:, Nov. 8, i881, 
There is no obange in the street price for 
rs here today, but Oswego advices are 
firmer at a couplo of cents advance in barley, 
Wneat—$1,20 to $1,25. 
BARLEY—75c, to 80c, 
Ryt—85o, 
Oats —42 to 430. 
PEAS —fibo, to 750. 
Ham s—12ho, 
LAmB—7o to 8c per lb, 
Dressep Hocs—$7.50 to $8, 
Bourrak—Roll 250 
EGo8—15o, to 20c, per doxen, 
Hives—Rough $7.00, inspected 
$3.00 


Car Sxivs—10o0 por Ib, 

Lams Sxrixs—$1,00 

WooLt—22o, 

Laep—tlo to l5o, 
Laviow—Rongb, 40, 
Cattow—Kendered, 640, 
PorasToss—$1 per bag. 
Frous—Wholesale, $6.50 per bbl. 
Frocr—RKotail,$6.50 to 87.00 per bbl, 
Hax—810,00 to $12.00 por ton. 
Straw—$5 per ton. 
Onioxans—25o t» 500 por pair 
Gerse—50c, to 60c, each. 
Ducks—50 to 600 por pair, 


TORONTO MARKET, 

‘lononto, Nov. 8 — Fall wheat No, 1 
$1.28 to 1,30 ; No. 2, $1.27 to $0.00; No 3, 
$1.23 to $1.24, Spring No, 1,—$1.34 to $1.35. 
No, 2, $1.32 to 81.33; No. 3, $0.00 to $0.00; 
Barley— No, 1 92 to 00; No. 2, §7to 00 ; No, 3 
extis, 80 to 81; No. 3,75 to 76 Poas— 
No. 1,79 to 80; 2,76to 77. Oats- No.1, 44 to 00; 
No, 2, 000, Corn—00 to 00. Wool—00 to 00. 
Flour— unporior, $5.75 to $5.80; extra, $5.65 
to 25.70; fancy, $0.00 to $0.00 ; atrong bakers 
$0.00 to $0.00 ; spring extra, $0.00 to $0.00, 
superfine, $0.00 to $0.00 ; fine, $0.00 to $0.00, 
Bran $13 60 to $00 00. Clover seed, $0.00 to 
$0.00. fimothy {0 00 to 20,00. Hogs—$0,00 
to $0.00. Butter 17 to 20, Barley (street) 
860 to 92. Rye, O0to 00c. Spring wheat, 
20 00 to $0.00, Wall wheat $1,24 to $1.27. 
Oatmeal 20 00 to $0.0). Cornmeal 20.00 to 
$0.00, Pork $00.00 to $00.09. 

Market quict and weak, save on barley, 
Flour coems better, with little or no enquiry; 
wheat inactive, No, 2 fall would bring $1.27. 
but is not offered ; oats very scarce, sold at 
44, bat wame bid refusod for more; barley 
more abtive and firmer with sales of all grades 
at over inside quotations, choice No, 2 89 f o. 
¢, ; peas inactive and weak, 


MONTREAL MAKKET, 

Monrreat, Nov. 8.—Flour, roceipts 1,000. 
Market dull, and depressed, Quotations :— 
Superiore $6,10 to $6.15; oxtra $6.05 to $6.10; 
spring extra $610 to $6.15; supertiue 
$5.70 to $0.00; strong bakers $7.00 to $7 75 ; 
fine $5.00 to $5.10; middlings $4 25 to $4.30; 
pollaris $3.75 to $1.00; Ont. bags $2.55 to 
$3.00; city bags $3.60 to $3.70. 

Grain- Wheat noml. unchanged, 

Oatmeal $5 25; cornmeal $3.75. 

Provisions—Butter western, 164 to 184; E. 
T. 21 w 214 ; B. and M, 20 to 21 ; creamery 
24 to 244. Chooso 11f to 13, Pork $21.50 to 
22, Lard 15 to 15}. Bacon 13 to 14, Hams 
14 to 15, 

Ashes pots $5.10; pearle $6.10. 


MONTKEAL STOCKS. 
‘Che following is the official report of the 
Montreal Stock Exchange, Nov. 8 — 
AETRRNOON BOARD, 


Name. naked. offered, sales, 
Bauk of Montreal..,199) 199 1@4,125@} 
Ditto ox-div, 195} 195 25@ 
Morohauts Bank.. 128} 128 068,006! 
Ditto ex-div, 1259 125 
Bank of Commeroe,.14]1} 141) 75@},275@4 
{| 18@9}.160@3 
Ontario Bank ..... 605 60} 4 1426@60,75@ 
$,382@4, 50@t 
Bank of Toronto... .1634 
Molaon’s Bank,.9..117 115% 


Banque du Peuple... 
Jacques Cartier... 
Union Bauk,, 
Quoboo Bank,..... 
Exohango Bank..... 

Mont, TelographCo, 126) 126) 


| 70@},30@ 
17, 125@6} 
Domin. Teley’ ph Co. .964 30@5} 
MontrealGaeUo, .. 142 


City Paasonger Uo,..1254 


05 
l4l4 
124 


R.&O,Naviga'n Oo 472 amy) 


125@6}, 225@ 
7,125@4, 75@ 
4, 50@8, 50@ 
74,20@4 
Royal Osan. Ins. Co,, 

Imporial Bank.... 

Oanada Votton,..... 

Dandas Cotton. ...., 

Consolidated Bank, , 

Fodoral Bank... ..... 

Ont. Invostment, . 

St. P., Minn, &Man, Ry, 


OSWEGO MARKET, 

Oswrao, N. Y., Nov. 8 —Wheat uiot, 
white state $1.36; red do. 30, Corn quiet, 
wolos mixed western at 75. Uarloy quiet, 
owing to the election, Ryo held, 07 in bond, 
Canal freighta—wheat and peas 540; corn 
and ryo Sic; barloy djo to Now York; Sfo 
to Albany. 


UNIOAGO MARKETS, 


Curoaas, Noy. 8 —Wheat 27 nom, Nov.; 
28) Dec,; 208 Jan, Corn 63} Nov; 60} 
Doo,; 50% Jan.; 649 May, Oate 42? nom, Novy,; 
48 Dov, ; 29 Jan.; 4) May, 

Pork $16.05 Jan.; 817,15 Feb, Lard $10.76 
nom, Nov; $11.05 Jan 


' FPO Wanted, Big Pay, Light 
AGEN its Work, Oonxtant employ 
ment. No capital required 

Y Jama Loe & Co,, Montreal, Quebso 


4 We ators formerly oooupied by Mokac 


0 


In order to make room for my large supply “of Winter Stock 


I will sell all my 


REMAINING STOCK OF CARRIAGES, 


——CONSISTING OF — 


Top Phetons, Top Buggies, Open Phatons, 


Open Buggies, and Democrats, | 


—AT A— 


REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT. 


Sale to continue for one month from this dato, when { will offer a grand dirplay of 


WINTER STOCK of CUTTERS, SLEIGHS, &&, 


The finest ever oflered in Belleville, at 


BXCHHDINGLY LOW PRICES. 


I have just completed very extensive additions to my buildin i 
f | ; at a large cost, mak 
te of the finest carrisge manufacturing establishments, in Ontario, Wiaralorse pusioasers 
Le ; hele i Ls ee 4 a for anything in the line of carriages or sleighy, ma’ 
ipon getting value for their money, All I askis that intending i 
examine my stock before purchasing aadulions: ser te Saaetate ia aarid 


JAMES ST. CHARLES. 


150dtf,wlm 


er Nad aw ss hee ee 
. DRESS GOODS. 


° 


We have opened out 6 cases of Dress Goods bought in Bond 
in the New York Market. 


isc DRESS GOODS FOR 10 CHNTS. 
L7c. r g Ss cadadl aie 
15 “ 


25c, Mg iC L 
SOc, cS e “ 20 “ 


SEE THEM. They are the erst in rad a BLACK CASHMERES for 40, 50 
cts, reat Bargain. 


W.& DD. PATERSON, 
The “Syndicate” Store. 


- CIDER. 
20,000 Gallons Wanted. 


PPLY at the old M. E. Church, opposite 
Brown's Foundry. 


October 25, 1881. 


al 
CONSUMPTION 
{s the most dreadful name in the whole list 
of diseases. A few years ago it was su 
that it meant a long period of suffering ending 
with death. 


But now that 


IS 
not the case. The public have faith in Dr. Wil- 
son's Pulmonary Cherry Balsam. When taken 
in the earlier stages of the disease it gives imme- 
diate relief. They have found it is 


NOT 
a deception, and that it can be relied upon as a 
remedy for all diseases it is advertised to subdue 
and that being the case it follows [that none of 
these, among them consumption, are 


INCURABLE. 

Sold in bottles at 25 cents and 40 cents,—the 

40 cent-size containing double the 25 cent size. 

Sold by all Druggists and dealers in medicine. 
J. W. peey LEY, 


LABOR OMNIA VINGIT ! 


—0:— 


PUTTNER'S 


EMULSION! 


acy, other pre tion known, and soon 


on r 
AGENTS WANTED, 
Prez the best selling articles out. Agents 
makw from $2.50 to $5,00 per day at 
home. Samples Ly mail at 5) cts,, or 4 n 
articles for $1.00. 


Dominion Gen. Agency Co., 
134dlmj 2148t James St. Montreal, P. Q. 


Read what the Rey. P. J. Filleul says : 
Werwourn, N. S., May 6, 1851, 
C, E. Pourrnes, Pu. 
Sir,--I have 


M. 
used your Emulsion 


c 
paration, but all that it claims to be. 

PT amily cars of age, undertaking the ips 

formance of three Fall services each 


}IMBPCHL *pediudos Sing _ew besides mek: day dation, and Tn occasionally 
“STTALS M3H ‘SLVH 1408 72 J4LLG | snd vieorin which Tan able to eo throngh the 


ee rere duty. vert’ oe 
yaudag pow uvopomy my aero) |g etetne colds debility, kev and Tam 


SUPVT JO OS MON Ose ‘earmMy any 


Sate been attended with most beneficial re- 


ta. 
Wishing you all success, and with every good 
wish; [am, Dear Sir, very faithfully yours, 

P. J. Fintzvt, Episcopal Minister. 


ALUIUVA LVAD NI 
‘spooy A000) 


pae ‘yong , 
‘MUyIUAISY PUTNER’S EMULSION. 
‘qQuey Uvlsi9dg IESTEEM 1T A SOVEREIGN REMEDY, 


Hautrax, N, S., Feb. 7, 185L 
Me. ©. E. Purryen, Px. M. 
My Dear Sir :—My physician havi 
mended me your Emulsion, and ha 


Uog 


‘Soqoy HOUIN 7 ONT AL ‘A019 
‘s}U09 OfVyNg puv u00) 
‘sjoyoug Geqousys Tt has cured i b ate 
ne a my paeiaod I have ior eoaterts taking it, as it 


digests 80 easily. Yours truly, ; 
Mus. A, Gass, 97 Cornwallis St. 


PUXTNER'S EMULSION. 
A GREAT DESIDERATUM. 
C.E. Purrnen, Pa. M. 


“Opusz I18s O43 
10} GAOGW O43 JO YOO} OFsV] wv POATOOO! BUTT 


MIT OW iL 
‘AUSNITTIWL ‘AQANITTIN 


Repared by Mr. UO. E, Pattner, con 
joes 


required. It is also quite palatable, which is a 
] S ‘= ‘ | Bit desideratum in all preparations of 
ver Oil. 


Ancit, Lawsox, M.D., M.R.C,S,, &-, 
Physician to P. & C, Hospital 


and 
Professor of Surgery in tis Med Col, 
ASK FOR 


sand |Sans- 
THE BARRETT 


SINGER SEWING MACHINE 


S sold 20 per cent, choaper than foreign 
manufacture, and yot it has no superior on 
all kinds of work, It is 


Strong, Ducable, Light Ruovings 
and Almost Nolsosess. 

Come to tho factory aud avoid paying fr ight, 

duty, agente’ aud ul agents’ feos, Spend 

our money on home mauufacture, it will re 

tan to you again, ‘The factory is the plac? 
to got your repairing done, 

JAMES BARRETT, 

Romembeor factory and offico ot Messrs. 

Brown's foundry and machine works, Bello- 

ville, Ont 1H5dkw 


MILLINERY OPENING, 


il, with &ypophosphites, &c. 


gists, Price 50 conte, 


STARTLING 
DISCOVERY! 


LOST MANHOOD RESTORED., 


LAMP GOODS! 


I8 NOW COMPLETE. 


_— 


KS, HORNE, who was recently burned 
out on Hotel Stroet, 


HAS OPENED 


in the Shop noxt to Mra. Eustaco’s Millinery 
Store, and sooond door from Wealoy Bullens, 


\ 


We Haye Some Very Havdsome 
Goods. 


FRONT STROEDT, 
MRS, HORNE. 
15 


2d2 Ww —— 
NTLL let May nee 


LARKS & Co, 
se te Tee 


ae To Let. 
To Let. U on very resmnible 
orma, the offices formerly ooou 
nm mod M. B. Roblin and a Diamond, ocorper 
Torma modorato. Apply to Front and Camp ote. to 
: Apr B, ROBLIN. 


B, ROBLIN, 
Oot, 18th 1581, Oot, 18, 


d&wim 


Has obtained the highest medical reputation of 


bogus 


thankful to add that the results have, in every 


recom- 
nse it 
for sone time, I esteem it as a sovereign remedy, 
I over 


Dear Sir:—I have much pleasure in stating 

having had occasion to use the Cop Livan 

Ot /auLsion wirn Inox AND HYsOreoe arene 
nm 


Iron in combination, I find it everything 
that could be desired where such a compound is 


{um of the Blind, 


Puttner’s Emulsion of Cod Liver 
Sold by James Clarke & Co,, and all Drug- 


— 


\ 


y Front St, Oppoatte Foot Bridge, 


DIRECT IMPORTATIONS 


—Or— 


Fine WINES 


Woe have just rovelved direot from CADIZ 


and OPORTO a quantity of 


VERY CHOICE 


SH ERRY AND PORT, Seon a —Heaster, my sister, Ralph Thorne 


inolading a fow casos of Vaxy Surenior 


—OLD VINTAGE PORT— 


BOTTLED IN OPORTO. 
Wallbridge & Clarke, 


Groomrs & Wixx Mencnants, 
87 and 39 Rridge St. 
_July 27th, 1881, 


ROYAL 


INSURANCE GOMPANY ! 


Of London, England. 


FIRH AWD LIFE. 
QAPITAL - - + = $10,000,000, 


Shareholders liability unlimited, Funds in- 
veatod, $23, 000, 000; annual inconie, $5,000,000, 
Invested in Canada for protection Canadian 
Policy Holders, nearly 000. Farm pro- 


rty insured ae by lightning. 
: to Live Stook by lightning anywhere 


on the farm made good. 
T. DONN as Belleville, 


T very reasonable rates, payable in instal 
A ments, or in one sum. Apply to 
T. DONNELLY, 
No. 25 Bridge St. Bollevill 


PHN 


Fire Insurance Company, of Lon- 
don, England. 


ESTABLISHED IN 1783, 


GENOY Established in Canada in 1804. 
Unlimited liability of allthe Stookhold- 
ersand large reserve funds. Moderate rates 
of Premium. 
GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co. 
Genera! Agents for Canada. 

T. DONNELLY, 

Agent, Belleville 


WHITE STAR LINE 
United States & Royal Mail Steam- 
ers Sailing every Week 


.Betweon New York, Queenstown and Liver- 
1, Germanic, Britannio, Adriatio, Celtic 
Baitio, Republic. 

The steamers of this lino aro unsurpassed 
for safety, and comfort, and do +t 
carry cattle, shoop or pigs. (abin passage, 
$60, $80 and 100, Excursion tiokets on fav- 
orable terms, Stoorage tickets, soctadiog 
railrosd fare to and from Lar MIN at low 
rates, Parties towend for their friends 
or take a trip to the old country will do wel} 


to apply for er information to 
T, DONNELLY 
277d&w Agent, Belleyil’e 


N. H. DOWNS’ 


VEGETABLE BALSAMIC 


ELIXIR, 


Is a sure cure for Sen Colds, 
Whooping -Cough. and all Lung 
Diseases, when taken in season. 

Peopte die of consumption simply 
because o1 neglect, when the timely 
use of this remedy would have cured 
them at once, 


Fifty-one t 
nse oe ee 
remedy has the test like 
Sane. 

. For 5 Rverywhore. 


—_—_—_—_—_———— 
Dr. Baxter’s Mandrake 


Mt aad : 
vi 
Lact dong 


Price 25 cents 
00 ® er hale Wreryre, 


HENRY & JOHNSON'G 
ARNICA AND OIL 


LINIMENT 


For Man and Beast. 


The most perfect liniment . 
pounded. Price 25 ota. and cum 


+ Vor Bale Rrerywhere, 


GLASS FRUIT JARS 
JUST TO HAND 


200 DOZ. CROWN FRUIT Jars 


—AT— 


TEMPLETONS 


GRAY’S SPECIFIC MED, 


TRADE MAR# THE GaeatEng-tTR, 
Lish Remepy, 


An unfailin 
cure for Seminal 


bhromer pa, . 
™m 


CINE. 
DE MARK 


Bepor Ey et Universal taARTE Ang 


tary 
cnlars in our pam: Grays, 
bale to send free by mail to rts which 
Specific Medicine is sold by all ‘ 
per package, or nix packages for 35 ¢." Mt 
sent free by mall on receipt of the mill 
addressing Oey by 
oronto, Ont,, Gar? 


THD GRAY MEDICINE 
Sold by all Druggists and Ate Geen, . 
poit ) Amcor PP re 
BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANGE 
INCORPOKATED 1833. 
Capital Paid up $5400, 
Gath Auseta "= = = aati 
. ] ‘ 
promptly and liborally sottlod, + Litre 
7 ELLIOTT 
bn, é gent Bolles! 
On aie, 1831. ville, 


M. B, Roblin 


AS not discontinued tho Firo Ingy, 
L business, Hoe is still doing » large bu 
poss ip it. 
Oot. 18th, 1881. 


Ano 
ai. 


» A, x 


| Daily Matelligencer. 
WOOEIY AND WON. 


OHAPTER LX, 


WHAT siouLp sHR DO | 


Brune, ‘ what I 


*T will tell you,’ said 
who 


There are many people 


the curate, Ann Ologg, the servant—thoy 
all know you, they will romember you. 
Brought face to face with thom, you will 
not dare to persist in this offrontery.’ 

She shuddored as he pronounced each 
name- they were like so many daggore in 

hor heart. Romomber them! Could sho 
ever forget the grim, gray face of Hostor / 
Tho commonplace features of Ann Clegg, 
the clear, calm countenance of the curate, 
rose before her as ho spoke—would they 
recognize her! Hor heart almost stood 
still with fear. Sho was ata lows what to 
say, yot tho instinct of self-preservation 
was strong within hor, Nover, lot whot 
might happen, would she give in and pload 
guilty—nover! for Philip's sake. She 
looked up at the stern hard faco boforo her, 

‘Thoro aro many casos of mistaken idon- 
tity ; try to beliove me, thisis one, Only 
reflect for a moment how improbable it is, 
Supposing oven that all you say is true,and 
that at somo time or other you had an un- 
happy runaway wifo,how could she possibly 
be found in the position I occupy! Oom- 
mon sense, if nothing olse, will tell you how 
wrong you are.’ 

He looked at her with a cortain amount 
of admiration in his face. 

‘You have plenty of spirit, Diane,’ he 
said, ‘but you will not vanquish me, I 
could almost find it in my heart to be sorry 
for you, because you are fighting what you 
think to be o gallant fight. I could pity 
you if you were less wicked or leas hardened 
in wickedness, 1 could almost forgive you 
if you showed any sign of fear,’ 

‘1 do not feel any fear,’ she replied; 'why 
should 1 show it? And now will you for- 
‘givo mo, Mr. Severne, if I say this painful 
and absurd conversation must come to an 
end; my servants will think it strange and 
I am tired of it.’ 

‘Your servants will seo strangor things 
than this,’ he retorted, laughingly ; ‘some 
of them will give evidence against you. 
You have heard, I presume, of the Divorce 
Court?’ ; 

She grew deadly pale, 

*When all pacifio measures have failed,’ 
ho said, ‘I will serve you a citation from 
the Divorce Oourt, and you will see what 
happens next.” 

*You must please yourself; tho only favor 
IT really ask from you is that you will goat 
once and leave me,’ 

‘You shall be obeyed. I know you will 
be the first to repent of this morning's 
work. The man you have deceived, Diane, 
is a grand, noble man ; how could you so 
cruelly deceive him? How could you let 
him take a dishonored woman to_ his heart 
and his home? If you had no fear of God, 
no fear of me, no fear of the consequences 
that always follow sin, you might at least 
have thought of him. 

The beautiful woman folded her white’ 
hands with an air of calm resignation and 
despair. 

* I am compelled to listen,’ she said, ‘be- 
cause I cannot help myself.’ 

His face became distorted with a heavy 
frown, , 

‘If 1 had meant to spare you,’ he said, 
‘your effrontery would have forbidden it ; 
now take the consequences of your own 
folly.’ 

So saying, he strode away and left her 
standing among the flowers. She watched 
the tall, gaunt figure and severe face until 
he was out of sight, then she fell down on 
her knees and wept aloud. 

Nothing could save her now ; she knew 
all that must follow; he would keep his 
threat, he would bring all these people to 
confront her, and then— 

Well, for Philip's sake—atill, for Philip's 
sake, she could deny it ; but would that be 
of any avail? If he bronght as ho threat- 
oxed, a string of witnesses against her,they 
would win itin the end; she might do 
brave battle with one, but not with all. 

How did that terrible day pass? Her 
servants looked at her in wonder, so white, 
so silent, with a worn, haggard look in her 
beautiful eyes ; silent, despairing, as un- 
like herself as is the shadow of a flower to 
a flower—weary, stricken, hopeless. Could 
this be the brilliant, beautiful mistreas who 
had once filled the place with sunshine ? 
Quite involuntarily, and without in tho 
least knowing the reason why, they con- 
nected the terrible change in her looks with 
the visit of the gaunt, rough man who had 
been there that morning. 

Can any one imagine such a day as she 
endurad ; so full of anguish and of sor- 
row ; 80 full of restless pain and weary sus- 
penso? 

“It would be almost better for me,’ she 
thought, ‘if the worst would happen, and 
my suspense wereended. Anything would 
be easier to bear than this.’ 

They prepared lunch for her, but she 
could not touch it; everything seemed to 
turn to ashes on her lips. What should 
ahe do—what should she do? What would 
happen! She wandered through those 
magnificent rooms, the ghost of her formor 
self ; she could find neither rest nor re- 

The sight of her own face in the 
glass frightened her ; she wrung her hands 
in unavailing despair. What should she 
do—what should she do in the terrible time 
coming / 

Thero never was 4 woman go fair, yet so 
unhappy. There were times when she flung 
her white hands about her head and cried 
out: 

‘Let me die! let me die !’ 

There were times when she flung herself 
with her face on the ground, writhing in de- 
spair, not caring to rise. So the long sum- 
mer day passed. Ob, Hoaven, that such 
days must be ! 

At night she went into her own room ex- 
hausted with violent emotion, moving me- 
chanically, only alive to the fact that she 
must do as others did, and that she must 

rotond to sleep and to rest, though her 
Pesin was on fire and her heart burning. 

Of all nights, surely that was tho longest 
and most cruel—surely it was the most 
dreary andterrible. Itended as the day 
had done : 

‘ Be the day short, or be it long, 
It endeth at last in even song,’ 


Thon came another day. Thoro was a 
brilliant sun mocking her with golden 
gleams ; thore were tho happy little birds 
singing Kay, aweet songs ; thero were tho 
flowers blooming—ah ! so fair and fresh, 
Kivorything on earth seemed glad and bright 
but herself. 

Sho wont down stairs. Her husband— 
even in thought she never gavo that name 
to any othor than Lord Korston—her hus- 


band was coming that day. What olso 
d happen / 

feo Pi Why, sho laughed bitterly at the 

potion. What was the pain of death com- 


ared to the sgony of life? Lf she could 
ee Philip's face, and die without the ox 
bosuro, the shame, the disgrace, sho should 
think herself most fortunate. 
TO BE CONTINUED, 
———————— 


‘ho‘public will have thom—tho pons of the 
De ok “Stool Peo Co.'s make, and all 
Matjonors are ready to supply thom, 


DATLY 


| Mayor Latrobe, of Baltimore, has signed 


au ordinance abs lutely prohibiting the sale 
of toy pistols in that city, Tho large number 
of deaths by look jaw last summer prompted 


the passing of tho act 
The Naval Advisory Board of th United 


Statoe have recommend+d tho 


INTELLIGENCER 


appropriation | 


| of 210,009,000 towarda the formation of an 

| American navy If the ships to be built are | 
to be of the atylo of tho British vossole Temer- 
aire. Thunderer, Inflexible, &e., the vam will 


not go very far 
| ho Governor-Genoral, in bis apecoh at 
| Quoebeu on Satucday, on the ove of hia dopart- 


ure for Hogland, eaid of tho Princess Louise 
She will, I koow, also abare my contempt 
for the awkward attompt mado by some, hose 
sox must romain doubtful, to turn hor shat- 
| tored health into a woapon against your in- 


vinoible loyalty. 


Oruelty to animais. 

Thoro are sooletios for the prevention of 
oruolty to animals, But mon and women 
grow pig-hoaded when tholr stomachs aro do- 
moralizod. They insist upon cating at all 
hours of tho day and night whatever their por- 


verted and normal appotites crave, until they 
booome incurable dyspoptics. They will on- 
large foolingly on the theme of ‘‘oruclty to 
animals” and then rotiro to the dining-room 
and gorge hugo mages of indiyestiblo food, 
Which is worse cruelty to aniinals or mon? 
Evory bounce should koop a4 & life blessing a 
quantity of Dr. fixnaion’s Svaan OATKD 
Pruta, whioh will romedy thie evil of cramming 
down indigostiible food antil we fool light 
headed from tho table or suffer from paralysis 
Thoy oarry away tho offal and ronovato th 
systom. Sold by all druggiats. 


Dr. A, R, Scovill, of Cinciunati, says :— 
‘For Cougbs and all the early stagos of Lung 
complaints, I beliove it to be a certain cure; 
and if every family would keop it by them, 
roady to administer upon the frat appearance 
of disoase about the Lungs, there would be 
very fow cases of fatal consumption. 


Puttner’s Emulsion. 

For all wasting discases, Sorofula, Norvoua 
Exhaustion, Mental