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Array Government Gazuttr
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IS ruuuaiiKii—■
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
D. ROBSON  & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. ENTRANCE TO Eoi*
thiaund bu8iness department throuqk t. r.
PeamonACo'I. Book & Stationery Store.
TBHH8»By Mail, |3aye«ri $1 60 for 61110*.{
f 1 for 3 mm. t payable In Advance. Iloliveret]
by Carrier or Anent, |l por quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AQENT8
T. N. HiiiiN A Go. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearson A Co Tale.
L P. FISHER,, AilvertlBlttg Agent, 21 MorcbautJR
Exchange, San Frnnciicu, In au t liorised to receive
Advertisements for tht* paper..
THIS PAPER
Newipaper Ailvortininn- jlnronn(10 Spmco St.),
where aaverttiini; contracts may be mnde for it Ib
NEW YORK.
lhe $ rittsh doluinbimt.
Wednesday Mom Inn. Jun. 14,  vm.
current Events and Opinions.
-Mr. Norquay may repent, as often
as occasion requires, the assurance
of support wliich Manitoba is at all
times prepared to extend to the
veteran statesman at the head of
Federal affairs. He is quite within
the truth in saying what he did, and
lie can rest assured that the electors
of the province will not only votn
confidence in Sir John whenever
called upon, but that tho same confidence will be extended to himself
so long as he pursues his present
course.—Winnipeg Times, {Tory),
The new aqueduct with wliich
New York hopes to supply itself
with water is tho biggest thing that
city has yet undertaken. It will
cost not less than $25,000,000, and
is an enterprise of truly gigantic
proportions. The calculation is to
provide facilities for delivering 500,-
000,000 gallons of water daily from
a point some forty miles away.
Practically tlie new aqueduct will-
be an enormous tunnel longer than
the combined lengths of the three
greatest tunnels in Europe—the St.
Gothard, the Mount Oenis, and the
Arlberg. The greater part of it will
be excavated through solid rock at
an average deptli of 220 feet below
the ground surface, In somt places
it will be 500 feet below. Instead
of crossing the Harlem river on a
bridge as the present aqueduct does,
it will be cut through under the
river,—Toronto Globe.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 27
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY H, 1885.
NUMBER 4
When wero times worse in Canada
than at present 1 When were tliere
more idle men and closed workshops ! But the end is not yot. Depression is closing in and settling
down upon us. Never in the'his-
tory of Canada has a more bountiful
■ harvest been reaped than during
tho present year; yet the farmers
were never more poorly remunerated
for their labor. When was the price
of wheat as low before the adoption
of "protection" as it now is? When
were farmers as nearly in a state of
actual want—unable to pay their
bills, scarcely able to procure even
necessaries'! Is this a time to mnke
a mock of their distress by asserting
that the "National Policy," whicli
was to have provided them with an
abundant "homo market," which
wns to have made them prosperous
and happy, "has not failed in any
particular?" Is this a time to insult
the intelligent but hungry working-
men of tho Dominion who were to
have been supplied with work in
abundance at good wages, but who
aro now being turned out of employment by hundreds daily, at the Ihj-
ginning of what promises to be oue
of the hardest winters the Dominion
has ever experienced?— Whmipey
Free Press,
and attractive one, and the efforts
made to secure its perfect freedom
to the commerce of the world aro
worthy of till commendation. It is
to be hoped that France and Portugal will be too wise and too prudent to attempt to throw any obstacles iu the way of a peaceful and
universally satisfactouy arrangement
Such as the Berlin Conference has
indicated. To make a nlgion of
such vast extent and Buch' mighty
capabilities, the exclusive preserve
of ono or two European nations
would be at once monstrous and intolerable. It is a territory of, it is
supposed, double the extent of continental Europe, of unexampled fertility and with swarnijn^popula-
tions, -The Berlin \ Conference
marks oft' all this vast region for
free trade' to all nations on equal
terms. All explorers, merchants,
philanthropists, and tlie missionaries of all countries will be equally
free, with, of course, the consent of
the native governments, to enter
any part of that region and dwell or
trade there. All flags will have
free access to its coasts, and the
trade of all nations will be put on
exactly equal footing. Tliis is the
reasonable and right course, and the
result of the arrangement if carried
out honestly, fairly, and in a proper
Bpirit will be a degree of prosperity
the. world has rarely seen. The
Congo falls into tho Atlantic by one
mouth seven miles in width and of
unknown depth. Steamers drawing
fifteen feet of water or more can go
up the river moro than a hundred
miles. Then falls nnd rapids have
to be passed by railroad, and beyond
there is unbroken navigation for
thousands of miles. In such a region let all have an equal chance
nnd all start fair.—Toronto Globe,
D
B. J. OFFBRHAU8.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
oc29tc       * Kamloops, D. C.
IOHN GARttOW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office—Noxt Bison's Tailor Shop, Cor,
Church and Columbia Sts.      •     no22tc
DR, S. OLARKE,
Member College PhyHiciniiN
nml Hni'scoiiH, Ontario.   KeglHtcred undor
Medical Ordinance of Brl Midi Columbia,
OfilcoHn D. 8. Curttajfc GVs Drug Store,
New West m itiHtcr, IJ. C. uoiMlto
— ' *77 !—
II. MATHERS, M. D.
T.'
Offici:—Temporarily In Wise's building,
Front street,
Hksidksck—St. John street, opposite tho
HOWSE &RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Etc  Eto.
WISE'S BUILDING,
Opposite O. P. N. Oo-s Wharf,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
BO20U)
TOHN 8. McGUIRE, M. D.,
J PHYSICIAN A SURGEON,
tlriuhmtcof Trinity College, Dublin; aho
tmt Surgeon late Honorable EmI
Inllla Company SeWlee, having removed
from Clinton lo Now \Vcntmiimtar, mny
lio found on cor. Mary A Clarkson sts.
Ollice hours, 0 to 11 n. in.; 7 to 8 p.m. [dl7to
H."
M. COOPER, B. A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE nnd RESIDENCE-Clmrch St.
(next door to Farmers' Homo), nenr
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUltR-StolOa. m.; Ito Sand
(1,30 to 8 p. m. Calls In town nnd country promptly nttonded to, fc2tc
DENTISTRY.
DR. C. E. C. BROWN, Into of Uie
Provlncoof Quebec, lifts opened nn office
nt Mrs. Holmes', Mary Street. Oflico hours,
fl a.m. to ."> p. ni,  All work guaranteed.
no20tc
G
[ORBOULD * McCOLL,
No living monarch, European or
Asiatic, not even the Czar of all tho
Itussias, can boust of such a service
of plate as that owned by the Queen,
. to whose guests it is of ten exhibited,
on huge bullets at either end of the
banqueting table • in St, George's
Hpll—vases, plateaux, cups and
candelabra, all wrought in the pre-'
cious metal, the net value of which
is said to exceed two millions sterling. Conspicuous among the trophies are the mimic "lyre bird" and
tiger's head taken from Tippoo Sahib
eighty odd years ago, and presented
to Her Majesty's grandfather, King
Geortre III, The lyre bird's body
and tail are composed of solid gold,
richly studded with brilliants, rubies, emeralds aud pearls. As lie
stands with all his jewelled pride,
one of tlie costliest follies ever devised to gratify the whim of a lavish
Oriental potentate, he represents a
perpetual income of £1,500 a year,
calculated at live per cent upon his
intrinsic worth.' Tho tiger's hend
once served Hyder Ali's masterful
son as a footstool. It is a life-size
model, fashioned in solid silver,
richly gilt, its eyos of rook crystal,
and its tongue of pure gold,' Like
the lyre bird, ifc fell into the hands
of the British at the storming of
Seringapatam, wliere Tippoo himself, its valorous owner, met his
death; and oa a brilliant memorial
of our Indian conquests it could uot
he better bestowed than in entertaining the banqueting hall of Hin-
dostnn's first Empress.— The Week,
Mr. H. M. Stanley, the distinguished African traveller, delivered
on the 6th December tho inaugural
address of the newly-instituted Scottish Geological Society, Of course
his subject was Africa, and more
especially the Congo region. The
account lie gives of the basin of that
magilicent river is a very glowing
True Heroism.
Tho following story ia told in tho
Detroit Free Press, of Louis Abmir, a
man who served as a private in a
Michigan cavalry company:
"At tha battle of Ti-cvilinn's Station
ho was taken prisoner, anil beforo his
release lie was oontined in five different
prisnii-putiB and twu jails. Wo have
all rend of tho horrors |imoi)ors underwent iu tho military prisons of tho
South, but '(id pen has over yet given
an adequate idea of the terrible privations they wero obliged to fncn. The
food ami quarters bave boon described
in fitting terms, but words cmtuot portray the mental torture, the feeling of
despondency that booh boenme utter
dospair. That alone carried thousands
to their graves. Imagine, then, the
heroism of the self-sncrilicing act of
tliis rough and uneducated man! Positively, I cannot look upon him without
a feeling of awe coming over me.
'I cannot give you tlio dato aud it
is of no consequence, for heroic deeds
like thia Are not remembered by dates.
Anyway, whilo he was in Millort prison
an exchange of sixty prisoners was to
be made. Tlie officer of the day told
off sixty names at tbe door ot tho pon,
but for some reason, probably because
he was too ill, or perhaps dead, ono
man did not come forth. At that moment Louia, who had been Bent out
after fuel, undor guard, of course,
camo through tha gate pushing a wheelbarrow loaded with wood.
'"Hero, Louig, here's a chance for
you. We want sixty mon to go North
and are short oue. Jump into the
ranks hero!' exclaimed tho officer.
" 'To be oxchitnged ?' nsked Louis,
trembling more than he did when under fire.
'"Yes. . Bo quick!'
" 'Then take Hank. Ho's sick, and
will die if ho remains here,' and Louis
darted into the hospital ward. Hank
had a pair of pantaloons and shoes,
but no coat or hat. Louis pulled off
his, put thom upon Hank, and brought
him out, weak and tottering. As Hank
tiled out of the »ato and once moro
breathed ,the air of freedom, Louis,
hat hiss and coatl'ess, took hold of tho
handles of his wheelbarrow and started
for another load of wood.
"Can mortal mind conccivo of such
an net? It cost him seven mouths of a
living death, aud all for a man with
whom he wns not oven intimately acquainted.
"And now for the other side of tho
picture. Ever sinco tho oIobo of the
war, until a few months ago, when
Hank died, these two men have lived
right horo in Wayne County, Hank
with a homo and family, Louis with
neither; have met occasionally, but at
no time did Hank ever refer to tlio net
in Millen prison that set lum free and
saved his life; never invited him to
his home; nover alluded to the past,
or addressed his savior other than as it
mete acquaintance. On his deathbed,
howevor, ho told tho story, and asked
his relatives, if they ever had an opportunity; to befriend Louis, for his
sake. It waa tardy acknowledgment
of one of tho noblest acts the world
hns ever kuowu." .
Why Ills Salary Was Short.
A few days ago a gentleman riding
down on tho train with Bishop Whitaker asked if tho statement mado iu tho
Argonaut that the Episcopalians of
California owed .Bishop Kip about
860,000 waB true. The Bishop said ho
did not think the amount was over
612,000.
"How came that much to be owod?"
asked tho quizzical layman.
"Well," replied the Bishop, "I think
I can oxplam tho matter. You soo,
Bishop Kip is also rector of tho Church
of tho Advent. The Parish thought
tho Bishop's salary from the diocese of
California was enough to keep him in
good style, so the Parish of tlie Advent
paid him nothing; theu tho diocese of
California thought that his salary as
rector of the Church of tho Advent
was enough without any diocesan assistance, bo they paid him nothing, and
of courso betweon tho two his salary,
fell short."
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office-McKenzie street, Now Westminster, RC.
W.
NORMAN 1IOLK,
BARRI8TER-AT-LAW.
lund Agent* . Money to loan,
Now Westminster, B. C.
JhyTinB
M
ITRRAY * PRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
draining, Knlsominlng nnd Pnpor*Hong-
Ini*. Shop—ClnrhNon street, opposite the
Now Westminster Jail, New Westminster,
British Columbia. np2-tc ■
R°
OVAL HOTEL,
CENTREVir.LE, CHILUWHACK,
Flmt-Clnns ncirominoilnllon for Travelers.
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
myJIl-'lH-Iy Proprietress.
M
HS, M. A. HARPER.
CENTREVILbE, CHILUWHACK.
Dry iionils ami Groceries, Millinery and
Fllliry Honda.
First-Clans Dressmaker In attendance,
niy21*'M*1y	
W. H. EALDINC.       A. J. M'MIUAN, 0. E.
FALDING & McMILLAN,
LAND SURVEYORS
DRAUGHTSMEN,
Accountants, t'onvonncers,
ai Insurance Agents.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ VICTORIA.
-A.QJEJN-TS   JJFOJR
North British and Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER ft MANUFACTURER OF
lUMAIHUfi
AND AU KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTBUMTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on b Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute ordors
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will re-
ceivc prompt attention. jy28tc
COME AND SEE
Good Tines Ban Couu Ajiii, Soys!
THE PROPRIETOR,   JAMES TURN*
BULL, having iiiiuiu taken iionhonkIoii
of the TEMPEitAM'i; hoi mi: fronting on
Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
Episcopal Church, City of New Westminster, II. C, and now known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will accommodate all his old friends aud
the public generally who favor him with
n call, nt old prices. Hoard por day, (1.00;
Board per WOOK, 85.00; Minnie McuIm, 25
cents; Beds, 25 cents, ior Good accommodation for Ladles and Families.     auSHUc
DEIGHTON HOTEL
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(JlySyl)
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
OFFICE :--MoKENZlE 8T.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   O.
ilcuta
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST FASHIONABLE IN TIIE CITY.
Opposite the Bonk, Columbia street,
Now Westminster, B. C.      [my2ti-tc.
H
VOHEB A ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Accounts collected
nnd Loans Negotiated, Offlce, Columbia
street, opposito tho Post Ofllce, New Westminster, B.C.
,L C. Hughes,
Notary Public.
T. C. Atkinson,
Jell-to
Kcul Estate Brokers. I'onvryanrers nntl
Insurance Agent*.
Port Moody and New Westminster Property a specialty.
OPFICE-Columbln Street, opposito Post
Offlco, New Westminster, B. 0.
Jlyflto
m .J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet Now Westminster
Parties desirous of disposing of their
farms, etc., will do well to place the same
In the hands of the above.
All commissions will receive prompt
antl careful attention. Best references
Rlv'ni when required. mhl2-to
MRS.   DOMINY,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS A SHARE
of the pat milage of tho Ladles of Now
Westminster. ■ Address,
Care of Mas, Moxck,
deaiml Douglas St.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Halo, aud blank forms of all
kinds, at T. K. Pearson ft Co's.        *
J. S. McGUIRE, IH. D.
NEW WESTMINSTER, KC.
HI* great Hemetlr tar Consumption Itt
Its Irst or second tteue*
DR. MoflUIRE WILL AGREE to onto
Consumption In its first or second
stage under his advice and treatment. No
fee required If not a perfect enre obtained.
Dr. MeQuIre treats all disetiso of the
lungs without end liver oil, Follows* compound syrup of hypopiiwjrtmteN, or nny
oilier medlomes advert imii ftir him* license. The Doctor hits made thJ« disease-
his specialty for the Inst fifteen' years.
Thorough cxnmlnritlott aud advice, 91».
Those who cannot visit Dr. MuOuIrO at
New West., D.C., should semi n fnll and
minute statement ot tdelr trouble, with
&i, nnd lu return nfulteom-scor medicine
will be forwarded,
dol7te J. H. M.CWUIRE, JL D.
BOOTS and SHOES
HIOM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
K. THOMAS,
S'ioji nnder tho new Oddfellow Hall, Col*
unibiast., New Westminster,
WEST END
Plain nnd Fancy
|    UUUU|    HUD)
And Confectionery always on hand.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
many varieties of stock Indirectly
connected with tho above.
Having studied tho best mnrketsfor tho
pant quarter of a century, economy In
purchasing has heen attained by Importing In quantities direct from the publishers nnd manufacturers, and no pains Is
spared to keep a full and well-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
its-The following New Books Just re*
ceived: Canadian Plctnres, by ManiaI*
of lorne | Trrruury of Song* (.raw's I'*■
rivalled Family Alias, oc2»tc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
OT Liberal advances madt on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps uf Viotoria, Esquimau, New Westminster and the Dis*
triots.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funlture, aud
not wishing the trouble of an Auotion
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of tne British Columbia Wire Works. AU sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Delivered oany part of tho City.
3C3B3L£j*sr SBOS.,    Columbia Street.
_ Jejn-te	
WBW
il Shop!
Next Ewen's Cannery,
Columbia Street.  New Weitminiter.
8PEIRS ft BEATON,
MACHINISTS AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
The lalest appliances In machinery nud
tools, and a good Job guaranteed.
Horso shoeing. Repairing and Jobbing
of overy description. All ordem promptly
attended to. ocltc
Every Man to his own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(DPI*. 00I.0XIAL IIOTKI.I.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians' Prescription* nud family Heojpes n Specialty.
N. B. — Only Goimlno Brugn used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mi23
•STOTiaS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tlmt
application will be made, at the
next sesHlon of tho Legislature of llrltlsh
Coiumbin, for un Aet to in corporate n
Company for the purpose of constructing
und operating a street railwav between
Ornnvlllo nnd thelliistlngHOoverument.
Reserve, und between the former point
uud a point on English Bay, with powor.
to the said Company to extend branch I
linen in a northerly ornouthorly direction,
such railway to pass over such lands only
ns are nt tlm passing of thin Aet, or which i. ,\i
ro!uVbC l,erMftw* H0t Mhin ior •mbUo II t-W can he obtained on application to
'Sollcl'tor for Applicants. "» J'   ARM8TB0N-8)
Dnted nth Deoombor, IRIW. jnyilte   I Agent for New Weitminiter,
A. GUTMANN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise
POLIIMBIA STItEET,
Olili. Culoqlnl Hotel, \vw Wcr.lnilii.ler.
Guns, Ammunition,
Usnrs, Tobacco, f'ltnily,
imBEBOHAUMJ  JPJJEJPJBS.
HIOHEBT CASH PKICE PAID KOK ALL
KINDS OF FMI8.
_ocl«lo	
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGriP'Y.
i 0i.Tt1)R*Mi> St. and 16 Pali. Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
THOR INSURING HOUSK8 ft OTHER
_L' Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships I mild-
ing and repairing, HargoB and other Ves
sols on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAHAGK BY FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,(500,000 STG.
<Hates of Premium and every infoima-
Will. Moll
Has Gone West
Two Doors!
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B.C.
CLOSE AT HAND TO THK RAILROAD
STATION.
THB UNDERSIGNED hnving Mtoi] up
UiIk nowcnttlbliHlnnent nmi drat-flns.
reHtnnrnnt, Invito tlio public to give him
ll cnll where HriilH nre Nerved OH Ike
fUiortest Nalle«.  Noxt door will be found
A Well-Krlrrltd Slock or
GROCERIES, GAME AND FRUIT
Alto, a Firat-Claii Bakery.
P. CLAIR,
4oc0m Proprietor.
 DEALERS IN -
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,   B.   O.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
.   in tne City,
THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE ONDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that lie
haa purchased the above Hotel, whore
everything will be found (iret-olasB, and
at rcusonoble rates.
The Parlors and Slteplng Apart-
BlCktfi are under tire superintendence
of Mnn. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Boom, commodious, comfortably furnished,' and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Jfoi- gale or fa $tnt.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
I'lily nt this Offloe.
YOKE OF HEAVY WORK OXEN FOB
Sale.        Apyly nt THIS OFFICE.
To Rent or Lease!
mHAT FINE TWO-STORY HOUSE on
J.  tho corner of Douglas and Pelham
Streeln; with the lot conlulnlng X% acres.
Rent low.  Applyto
dcllltc JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
FOR   SALE.
QECOND-HAND
ENOINE  (C) Under,
JNO.
I guests.
AUSTIN,
PnormEioR.
THE
8x12.
Rliell Boiler.
flS-Iiicli Spaldhifi Tool.li Haw,
■Humie Wagon,
00 foot =|<-1 uch Sloel Wire Rope.
4 Ox YoIick.
Tlie nbove will be sold clienp.
Die Ilnmelln.Sawmill,
Apply nl
DkBECK BROS. A CO.
Farm for Salel
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
Sale either of tlie three 200-aore Loll
owned hy him, an It may suit the purcbos*
pr. Tliese lands are a part of (lie finest
lands on North Arm, Lulu Islnnd, and
He In one of the iiest settlement In a C.
All have fine improvements and are
mostly feneed. Tliere is u fine house and
two large and cosily barn*, all new, on
the lands. Thero Is a Sunday and weekday school and meellnRK of the dlflerent
persuasions held In the neighborhood.
Thoso lands are about 8 miles distant
from thclermimis of the C. P. R. R. Also
oners one Team/or sale. For particulars
npply to nio on the premises,
„     - JOHN c. VERMILYEA.
Nortii Arm, Dee. 10, im.   - deUOtc
L
HASTINCS, B. I.
ALAROB   STOCK   ALWAYS  ON
hand.  Ooods nnt In stock will bo
ordered promptly,
Newspaper*  and   Magazines  supplied frum all parts of (lie world.
JnflHcl    A. G. JOHNSTON, Manager.
-ROYAL CITY-
II
T
Me
[IHAT IS TO SAY, HE HAS REMOVED
. his well selected stock of (ienornl
erchnndise Into
LundboBrt Block, Columbia St.
Where he hopes to meet all bis old friends
nnd lots of now ones.
He wishes to call nttent inn to his splendid stock of
MEN'S CLOTHING
-AND-
Furnishing Goods
JUST ARRIVED.
aa-IIl8 iirrsnrliiii.nl of <.KO< IUIKH IM>
rHOVIMIOM euilllut he lit'ilt Itl this Hty
forqmilllyiir prices.
Give him n cnll nnd Judge for yourselves,
solSIc
: xi —
Mechanics' Store
ONE PRICE TO ALL!
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK,
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
GROCERIES
Solil by Wholesale.
RETAIL   DKPARTMENT:
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Boots and Shoes!
Sold nt exceedingly low prices.
Also, on hand, a large stock of
OILCLOTH
L. GOLD.
'I
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
ME! ffESniSIft, B, Ci,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
iii AU, KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LSSEUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently com*
pleted and is furnished with every con*
venieuce for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating aro excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Booms, Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
Ib entirely detatched from tho main
building.
AT The Hotel is nnder the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.
jy28to
BLACK,
Proprietor.
Net Floats, Trays
AND AU, KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors, ■
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames*
Mouldings.
Brackets*
Railings.
Balusters*
Newels,
Plain I Fancy t ill Kind, of
TURNED    WORK.
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, tc, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches. Tho undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. O. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl'a Branch Furniture
Store, aufitc
FORJIALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Roadi twootlierroadsrunningthrough
the premises.   Apply to .
E. A. WADHAMS,
"""le Ladner's Landinj;,B.C.
The Victoria "Mail."
IlHE PUBLICATION of this Weekly
. being: originally suspended /or two
weeks on occasion of Its removal to this
City, circumstances hove forced the publisher to still further extend the time of
its resumption until the river opens.
E. K. SAROISON,
„     „,   .   T •   Publisher.
New West., Jan. 8,1885. JnySIc
w
{'llllll
2STOTXCE.
OTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN that tbe
. undersigned, doing a general mcr-
. liiindlse luiMiieHH at Granville, H. C„
under the - name of Hemlaw A Co.. have
this dny dissolved partnership by mutual
consent. Owing to the 111 hcutth of H.
Hemlnw, who retires from the tirm.all
dobtc must lie pnid to E. Gold, who08-
Mimesall liabilities.
(SlRniidJ H, HEMLAW.    -
E. GOLD.    •
Granville, H. C, Dec. at, ISM.
THANKING ALL 51V FRIENDS for
their kind patronage for the past, I
would ask nuuntlitunnce of the same for
the relnainlng partner.
JnyJltc H. HEMLAW.
O. R. & N. CO.
T
HE STEAMER
'naAjiO'
Will run between
Celling at PortTownseml, Seattle,
rrrrrl intermediate Porte,
an follows:
U«veT»o«h» may Wimuuv«I p.m. aurivikc
n Ned Westmimth Fhimy Morhihc.
Leave Mew Wiitnimtei eveiv Sutuhom at
t A.M., AIIIVIKD AT TAOOMA SlMlAY AfTER-
MMK.
REDUCTION OF FARES.
New WEmnmrn to Pmt Towmehd,
Sums,  •   •
5.N
1.00
0. E. OLANOEY, Agent.
Heinle
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nm*1* t»o«lte Ike Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
Mflortmcnt of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on lioml, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, anil Steamboats at the
LOWR8T POSSIBLE PRICES.
LPIIUOIBUR
COAL HABB0E
TOIt SALE BY
HUGHES & ATKINSON,
OppoHlte Post Ogive, Sew Went nit ruler,
British (ulanibln.
deStc
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKER
v-AND	
Produce Dealer.
Columbia St.,    New Weitmlniiter.
«e3lc
TERMINUS
Lirery and Stage Stables I
COLUMBIA STREET,
Foot ol IJIonglna,   NEW WMTJHSBTEK.
WM. B. T0WNSEM07 PROPRIETOR.
1>IJI.I LAH Llne.r8la(esloP»rlMM<lr.
Sjreclal extra Rlgrr when required.
Saddle Hrrrsrs and Haggles for lilre.
General Teaming promptly attended to.
500 CORDS OF FIRE \
I FOR SALE.
Onlcrs left ut tlie London Market will
be promptly tilled. oeStc
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers!
BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS
From $10.00 to $150.00.
BREECH-LOADING RIFLES
From Sli.00 to $75.00.
REVOLVERS
From $3.50 to $25.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
All mes, from dust to 28 ball.
EAgle-Duckft Curtis A Harvey
Diamond Grain Powder.
Having imported direct from the Factory tho largest stock of Guni. Rifle* and
Revolvers evor held in this Province. I
con and will sell cheaper than any other
house in B. C, and what WEBB uyi
you can rely on, '
Mainland Gun Store,
OOLUMBIA ST., NEW WtlTMIMTW.
An ImnirtftrMork «r HmHIm Cm4i,
rocket Call*ry and ToharrMhU' m-
rtrlr«. ami Fancy UtmAn, nulSIr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Exhibitions John Lowe
Financial Statement Auditor
Wanted Bishop of N. W
To R. R. Contractors... .11, Dunsmuir
Partnership Wanted "Business"
Appointments Prov, Sec
Speoial D. S. Curtis & Oo.
lht glvitwh (Eolumjmm.
Wednesday   Morning. ■»"•*■ '*' IWH*
We have not room to-day to do
inore than draw attention to tlie
copy of tlie speech from tlie throno
wliich appears in another column.
■ The document is a very long one
and touches upon a great many subjects connected with the welfare of
tho province. Until tho papers re
lating to tliese matters are brought
down it is not possible to discuss
them intelligently, and as these papers will doubtless bo forthcoming
almost immediately we prefer to
await thoir appearance. The speech
is hopeful in tone, and contains
many things which should give confidence to the people of Uritish Columbia.
.An exchange aptly remarks that
Mr. Gladstone is certainly in some
respects very fortunate, and many
n business man must envy him his
life-long ability to throw off all care
at the threshold of his chamber.
What a blessed faculty that must
be—to be able to become fit once
locked in the embrace of nature'i
sweet restorer on retiring, leaving
the animosities, the wrangles of political strife, the clashing of positive
minds, in short all worldly struj
glos in the shades of oblivion! Recently Mr. Gladstone whs in conversation with a friend, when he
said: "I never allow business of any
kind to- enter my chamber door.
In all my political life I have never
been kept awake live minutes by
any debate in parliament." Tbe
happy fact ought to compensate him
for all the worry of the day.
The fit) Election.
It  must be gratifying to the people of this city to know that- tlie
municipal  election has passed  oti'
without   any   misfortune     When
these contests are keenly contested,
and diverse interests come into conflict, it often happens that unworthy
persons  Iind their way into office—
persons who, ih a fair contest, could
not bo elected.    Tho risk of such a
result has been avoided by having
competent citizens nominated and
supported in such a way as to make
opposition futile.   Wo are glad tbat
the new members are genera
accord with the policy of the late
council, at least in so far ns the railway question and the sale of oity
squares is concerned.   We belie
the late council's policy in  these
mutters was in the interest of tbe
city, and we look forward to tangible and successful results this season.
We hope neither the new members
nor the old members of the council
will l>e led away from a reasonable
regard  for the public good by any
schemes looking to sectional or personal advantage.    There are a number of our citizens interested in Port
Moody and  Coal  Harbor.   Tliere
nre members of the council who hold
considerable    property   at   these
places.   Now, in  considering   the
question of railway connection, it is
to be hoped the advantage of either
of these places will bo absolutely
eliminated.    As ratepayers it docs
not become us to concern ourselves
whether a railway from this city
will   benefit  Port Moody or Coal
Harbor: we must confine ourselves
to the phase of the question which
touches this eity alone, and it is of
the first importance, therefore, that
we should ascertain the most judicious   and   economical scheme for
connecting this city by railway witli
tlie 0. P. R..    To that phase of tbe
railway question the council should
address itself with energy anil without delay.   It was hinted iu certain
quarters that opposition to the present council and its policy would be
brought out in force.   The organ
which some years ago confessed its
inability to "make water run up
hill" pretended that it and its friends
had power enough to defeat both
the council and the government, and
. that this power would bo exercised
at the proper moment   The proper
moment for such a movement is
passed, and there has been no sound
from   this   very small opposition.
There was  not  even a candidate
brought forward by either the organ
or its friends.   Discretion is said to
be the bettor part of valor, and somo
people have clearness of perception
enough   to distinguish where the
danger signals are held out.    Wc
are inclined to think that an attempt
to defeat the government at present
would meet with quite ns little success.
A Golden Opinion,—-Mrs. Win. Allen.
ol Acton. decUici that lluj-yard'tt Yellow
Oil li the best household remedy for
coughs, croup, sore throat, burns, soalds
and other painful complaints. Hat- opin-
UnUweUTmintUd.
More Evidence.
Ever since the visit of Mr. Van
Horne to this city, and the inter-
iew witli a deputation of our citizens, Tin" Columhian has asserted
that the question of terminus has
been virtually settled, and that the
road would go to Coal Harbor or
English Bay.   Persons interested in
Port Moody have stoutly resisted
and coinbatted that view, and the
most absurd   incidents  and arguments have been put forward, either
ignoranfcly or foolishly, for the purpose of misleading public opinion:
Among tliese were the letters and
telegrams received from Ottawa by
Senator Mclnnes, and paraded beforo the public as proof that tbe
terminus   would   remain   at  Port
Moody "for all time to come."   We
do not know whether Senator Mclnnes himself   made use of these
despatches for booming   purposes,
but it is scarcely possible to imagine
that be approved of tbe uso made of
them by others.   The utterances of
Mr. Van Horne oil the question of
terminus were both full and frank,
and n fair report of them appeared
in   Tun Columbian at the time.
The correctness of tbis report has
been culled in question by persons
wbo are desirous that it should not
prove correct, and Mr. Van Horne
himself has been  freely criticised
and his utterances held up to discredit.   While we hnve firmly refused to boom the new terminus, we
have felt it our duty to the public
to make known whatever facts relating to the question seemed to us
important and authentic. Tiik Col-
rMiiiA.v has always steadily refused
to become the organ of Port Moody
property owners, and it has likewise
refused to become the organ of Coal
Harbor.   It is the organ of the people, and. as such is bound to supply
the people with such facts relating
to the public interest ns come to its
knowledge.     It will  be admitted
that such developments as havo been
made known since Mr. Van Home's
visit have tended to confirm tho correctness of bis-utterances.    Major
Rogers is at present making a survey of the extension to Coal Harbor; tbe president of tbe syndicate
has made a trip to England, in com
puny with Sir John Macdonald, for
the purposo of arranging for a lino
of steamers between Burrard inlet
and trans-Pacific ports; the oflicers
of  tho syndicate in  the east, and
many of   the leading newspapers,
bave freely given out that the terminus had been changed to. Coal
Harbor;   Mr.   Henry Beatty and
Mr, L. A. Hamilton are now in this
province iu the interest of the syndicate, the former to superintend
tbe wharf and harbor works necessary for tbe accommodation of tho
foreign lines, tlio latter to lay out
tbe new terminal city at Coal Harbor; the speech from the throne, delivered at Victoria last Monday, also
mentions other facts which.look in
tbo same direction.    The accumulation of evidence, if accumulation
were needed, must be sufficient to
convince  the most skeptical that
Mr, Van Home knew what ho was
talking about, and that he was correctly reported.    Very lately Mr,
Drinkwater, secretary of tbe syndicate, made some statements to an
eastern paper confirming tbe change
of terminus. Commenting upon tbis
tbe Victoria Times says: "Tho positive and definite statement of Mr.
Drinkwater as to the selection of
Coal Harbor as tlie final terminus
of the railway confirms all that has
previously appeared in these columns
on this subject, and it is difficult to
understand why there should lie any
longer  doubt iu any one's mind.
However, as the house will meet on
Monday the negotiations   between
the O.P.R. directors and the government will soon lie published, and all
uncertainty will be dispelled.   The
government, through  tlieir organs,
and the Times, have already pretty-
fully indicated the nature of   the
arrangement   entered   into.    Jt is
generally known that the remainder
of tho Granville Resorvo and a block
of land on False Creek, between lots
200 A and 192, have lieen conveyed
to tbe syndicate, who are pledged to
commence construction of  permanent works, such as wharfs, round
house, work shops, stations, offices,
kc, immediately, and  to finish tho
railway within a year.  We scarcely
need say.that we find much to condemn  in the general policy of the
government, but claiming to be an
independent paper wo ara ready to
approve where measures are in tbo
interests of the country.   There can
be no doubt of the wisdom of the
government in ending uncertainty
in this matter  of  the  terminus.
Capital can now find an opening,
and the indications are that large
investments will be made by eastern
mon,    Vast works to bo proceeded
with will givo employment to a very
large number of mechanics and laborers, and Victoria will, in the
large expenditure in her immediate
neighborhood, have   a greatly in
creased trade. The remaining government lands tn the vicinity are so
much enhanced in value that the
province will for some year* have
an ample revenue \o use in developing our industries. Not for a moment pretending to give the government the whole credit, wo may fairly
look forward to an era of prosperity
greater than any hitherto experienced in this province." If these
extensive works are to bring such
benefits to IViotoria because of its
proximity, - surely this city, which
regards Vancouver as a sort of
suburb, will be benefited vastly
more. Wo have already pointed
out the great advantages to the
province of having doubts respecting the situation of the terminus
fully removed. While uncertainty
existed people were afraid to invest,
and tbe expected provincial boom
was kept off. When people become
convinced that the question of terminus has been settled, they will
go forward with confidence to develop permanent industries, and tbe
impulse will bo felt throughout the
wholo proviftce. When tho papers
come down to tbe provincial house
we shall tako tho opportunity of
laying them before our readers.
If you want n neat calendar for 1885,
cull ut T. II. Pearson k Co's. *
PARTNERSHIP WANTED
BY A STEADY YOUNG MAN, RE-
liable nml active, with moderate
capital. Ri-fereiiecM exchanged. Address
"Business," This Olliee, jnyUml
WANTEDt
AN OUT-DOOR MAN.
Applyto (Uo
BISHOP OP NEW WESTMINSTER.
•(JllJIltS)	
Municipality of the City
-—of—;
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Statement of Receipts and Expend!
turc for tlie Year 1884.
RECEIPTS:
Halnncc Itnnk of B. C, lsl $
Jan., 18*1	
Ltiiimit-L' o«ah nn iiauii, lsl
Jan., 18*1	
Al'timm of Tuxes .......
Cattlo Tax	
1'ollee Court	
Water Frontages	
Trttdo License*;'	
HondTiiN	
Clly Tax, real estate..-,
do.      viiinl	
UN 17
183 SU
WW on
IDS 00
570 i".
mis vi
7IV) 00
Willi Oil
47.11 !H
Provincial gov't grnnl f<-i
utoqm lire t>nglnt'	
Sponlnl lovy, Btoum Uro
oiikIuc	
Speoial debenture rate—
speoial lovy for payment of tlooontuj-og A
EXPENDITURE:
.   lice Court  $        5
.Street repaint --w-m'ml '2XH\ :l0
AuiiumhI   *«> 00
Kl Hot I *l  «™0U
ColliinhlH hi  SSM7B
.Sundries'  «ll 2K
pougttiSHt.-j&Hoyiiliiyo w$» ■»<
Tank*: ami repairs .....
Street llghtim: --
Hnlarli^-niy Clerk a....   IliHW
ImyC-iiisliiblc     iwo (W
Night du  -mu un
Special dp.  &I00
Lump Lighter  •»"> 00
Police Court Clerk  V20 00
City Barrister  100 00
Police-Court MiiglNtmle
to :tlKl Dec, lwl  072 23
pollooCourtMngisirnto
toDOUiJunc, 18*1  Jli-ioo
Legal expenses, legislative
fees,Ac	
ltallitl's    fees,   Chinese
suits	
Klot'Uon expenses	
Sidewalks	
firo  Pepiirtment	
Printing and Advertising
llent of Coiilieil Cbatulier
Mheplhuu-oiiN expeiucR...
Audit of accounts, mtt	
Expenses of doiogiitloh to
victorin	
Interest on delictitiii«H	
lichetitiire No. 1 paid	
Advertising sales of land.
do.        railway lionu*
Chai-llabk',  aid Welling-
mines, Ae	
RAILWAY CONTRACTORS
■miu. BE  RECEIVED UP TO THE
lOtli Day or February Next,
—roll—
II.K1UIXI,    I.IIAIIIMJ   A    ISItllH.lv:
20 MILES OF THE
ESQUIMAU t W'XAIJiO RAILWAY
From Kti-pilmalt Northward.
Plans, .Specifications and Bills of Quantities can he seen tit tlicCompany'sutlice,
Victoria, JI, 0., whore tenders nro to lu*
Oil application to J.HUNTEH, Chief Eu
glnccr.
H. DUXKMUIll, President,
juyHtd KAX. Hallway Co.
l'HOVINt'lAI.  MECHKT.VHV'H OtTICK,
2nd January, 1885.
HIS HONOR'tile Llciitonunl-aovernor
has been pleased to make the following appointments:
KlCHAIcn IltVJNK pCNTLEY, Esq., M, It.,
to he Iti'sldent Medical Superintendent of
the Asylum for the Insane; also to be
Medical Officer of the (limi and ltoyal Columbian Hospllnl, New Westminster, tl
INTERNATIONAL & COLONIAL EXHIBITIONS
ANTWERP IH IB85.-LONDON IN I860.    ,
IT IS THE INTENTION to have a Canadian representation at the Intku.va-
tional ExiuniTnw at Antwerp, commencing in May, JflS5,Jind aUoat the Colonial and Indian Exhiiiition In I,on-
don In 18811.
Tiio Government will defray the cost of
freight in conveying Canadian Exhibits
tn Antwerp, uud from Antwerp to London
nndalso of returning them to Canada In
the event of tlieir not. being sold.
All Exhibits for Antwerp should ho
ready for shipment nol later than the first
week in Marcli next,
Thoso Exhibitions, 11 Is belluvod, will
afford favorablo opportunity for making
known tlio natural capabilities, and manufacturing and Industrial progress of the
Dominion,
Circulars and   forms containing more
iiurlicuhu- Information may lie obtained
by letter (post froo) addressed to the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
By Order, .JOHN LOWE,
Sec. Dept. of Agriculture
Departmant of Agrlcullurc,
Ottawa, Doc, lllth, 1881. JnyHtO
J. A. BOWES
BUTCHER
YALE & HOPE, B. C.
All Orders I'or Ment promptly filled
(iionio
THE   EIGHTH  CONCERT
CHORAL   UNION!
WIU.  UK (1IVKN   IX TIIK
SKATING    RINK
On Ncfhicsil:*) Kwiilngi Jan. Uth.
fpIJE PROGRAMME will consist of it
1 Cantata, "The Sleeping llciiuly,"aml
ii selection of part songs, and vooul and
Instrumental solos uud duets.
Doors open at 7.110;. concert at 8. 'Admls*
nion,.:ii)ei.N.: itt-i-i-rvcu sentNT.'irK, may bo
secured at T. it. Pearson & Co's.   jnyTid
K!I7 :il
11711-111
IIL7 7!*
Blink Of B, ('..hulunce special debent, rato acct.
Hunk of 11. 0.| ''al. steam
tlroengino acct	
Ban it of H.C., hal. general
BuliilieeeuVlYillTlVimT"".'"
fiiw ai
127%
moo
Ifl (Kl
.-iv- im
:I7;I Kl
■Ji." 7tl
325 ft)
:-7t stl
woo
181100
MU 00
eoo in
123 IS
4 80
130 00
18753 05
us m
IfifiT 74
1813 83
1222805
To the Manor and Oaunotllort ofthe Mnntct-
iKtlitll of the Oily of Xeie Went ml ntter:
(Ikxti.kmkn.-I hereby certify that I
hnve examined the hooka and vouchers
of tho Corporation and (Ind them correct,
find that the above statement of receipts
und expenditures is a true copy hereof for
tin- vein- 1X81.
JAS. A. ROBINSON,
Auditor.
Examined and found correct,
JAMES CI'NNINOIIAM,
•INO. 11. HENDERSON,
It. Vf, DEANE,
Finance Committee.
Statement or Assets anil LIulillltlfH,
■list lie comber, 1884.
A8SET8:
NEW SCALE OF  PRICES.
Hi. GOIjD
HAS DECIDED Tit SELL HIS OHO-
oorlos by retail, giving to the Public
all the advantage of the wholesale market—fort-ash, viz,:
lies! Flour, HUi»1<, prr Mil.
Light It nm n Hugiir, 9 r. prr lit.
I> run iilu ted      *<      Hr.     *
Mrs! Illark Tea ilftr.    "
Hr»l <;recii Ten IB C.    "
lirst <ircrn Coffer, VtV- r.    "
Brut (irrrn 'iirtrr, pure Java, 11 IbH. fur
n dollar.
Ilrxt (inmnil < offer, pure Java, '«r. per
pound,
Eastern rovcrrtl Hums. -.'Or. prr III.
<;ulilon Syrup, '.ir. per gal,
Oatmeal, flue, per Mirk, 10 lbs.
Lump sugar, U%t. per ll>.
Bier, #:ur» per rwl.
All description of (irorcrlrn, Kplrrs, Ac.,
will bo sold In proportion, a detailed list
being too long.
Bry (ioods, Bonis nml Mimes, Clothing,
Ae., ure ottered iit equally low prices,
Tho abovo prices being actually the
wholesale niton, no rebate will he mado
no matter how large the quantity purchased, jny.'lto
LOOK OIDT
ill ACCOUNTS
Duo to me up to Dec. 31st,
■ 1884,  -
IT II
FORTHWITH.
All Accounts standing over three
months arc liable and will
be charged with interest
All amounts   unpaid   on  20th
inst. will be placed in court
for collection.
Hill. In Hunk, npGclal debenture mret	
llnl. In Jlnnk, sleiirn lire
Ollfflnc ried.	
Arrenrn—renl  estate tux,
1884     7» IW
i'       Itentnl tax, lm. -Oil III
»        Itnritl tax,      " Itl) (Ml
»         Hklownlk tnx," 231 IH)
To end of MB  mm
>• Hirnelnl del), rule
11        steirrir flroonglne
Aitrlonltiirnl Itnll    1201 02
Htone Hlrr'rl. Tniil House, ft
loose KtoneH for break-
Irrtf	
Oil Itourro	
Wharf nud HUrain Ferry...
C'otinvll (Jlmmbors and Ofiiee Fixture.........	
Tools and linirrp Curs	
Hldewnlks, DoiikIiir si	
Hlreet l.aliiliH	
I,.,ls IS unit 211, suburban,
liloek II	
1813 .19
118 (1.1
1M7 74
lum in
lill IKI
IB 61
220 00
30 00
tOO ID
2111 Ml
100 00
WOO
1000 00
(IKI17 HI
LIABILITIES:
Aeels. payable as per liivetrlory....S2302 02
Itebr-rrfuron  4SOOO0
Interest on ilebirirlnros to 31st Dec.,
Mil    120
Amnion toes     WOO
Arirriunl received 31st Dec., 1881, for
llqiiorlleenses  lir.1l 00
Surplus of assets    033 03
5IKII7 OS
Kxnliilned and found correct,
JAMIiH CUNNINGHAM,
it. w. Beams,
JNO. II. HKNJlKIWON,
jii,v||I2 Flnnnoe Oommittee
WOODS & TBU
LAND  SURVEYORS
—Attn—
DRAUGHTSMEN
TOWN PLOTS \ SPECIALTY
Real Estate. Insurance and
A settlement I must have antl I
shall insist upon it.
C.G. MAJOR
January C, 188+.
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fill
ag.
,es
2 if
The balance of
Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Jackets and Ulsters, Women's and
Children's Hosiery,
&c, all Dress Qoods,
at a sacrifice.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—I1IP0KTEB8 AND DEAI.EM IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,*
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to  no
House in British Co- -
'umbia.
Conveyancing or nll Descriptions   accurately   and  .
promptly done.
', o. Drawer IV.
Telephone So, 411.
OFFICE:
EUriU'd Blook,   Columbia   Stroot,
OIT. HANK OF IllliriSI! cOI.UMniA.
jnyaic WOOIM ti Tl KMJK.
WATCHMAKER
Jeweller & Optician,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. 0.,
Begtr to inform his natrons antl the in-
habitants of British ColnniDia, that
lie has engaged the services of
MR. F. CRAKE,
For a tmmbur of years manager of tho
Watchmaking nud Repairing Department of MesHin. S-.vage, Lyman k Co.,
of Mimtri'ii!. Tln-y Miy of him that he
Is own of tho vary beat workmen over in
their employ, uml'thoy part with him
with regret, which h a sulliclcnt guarantee of his ability, I havo Rparcd neither
trouble nor expense to get one of the
ablest men, nud I am determined to
mako my bnfciur;- second to none in
British Columbia. Mr. Crake will have
entire charge of the Watch department.
Chronometers, Ittpeators. Chronographs, and all complicated watches
rated and adjusted. Broken or lost parti
mado equal to now. Any parties having
Watches which hnve bftcn in the hands
of incompetent Wntch makers and can't
ho mnde to go, send them to ino, packed
in a smalt box, by mail, registered or
otherwise, and thoy wilt have my immediate attention; nnd perfect satisfaction
will bo given.
The manufacturing Jewelry Is under
my personal charge. All kinds of Jewelry mndo to order and the quality of the
goods guaranteed. Diamonds .nnd pn*
eioiis stones set with care. All my
charges nre moderate. I have a new and
well-selected stock of WltchCH, ClOCkl.
«old, silver nnd Holled Plate Jewelry nnd Milled Wure, nil of the best
quality, New patterns constantly ip-riv*
i»«-
All Watches sold will bo closely regulated to n few sccoiuIb a month, thus doing ;. wny with the nnnoyance of having
an imperfect tiuic-kooper.
0. Al. MoNAUOHTEN,
jnyilte Watchmaker k Jeweller.
 SOI.K AGRNTS FOR	
The Henry P. Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Out,
And agents for all tho leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE tho rates
(if express freight on paekHgos and
purcels, snfely nnd properly put up nnd
not containing uny extra valuable or
dungemus eompouiulH will be:
Between Victoria and New Westminster.
Pabkages under 10 lbs a1; otn. each
Packages over I) nnd under 25...50 cts. ench
Packages over 24 nnd under 50..75 cts, ench
Pneknges over 50 nt 1 cent per lb
From New Westminster to Yale.
Less thnn 3 lbs ...,25 cts. each
Prom 8 lbs, to 10 lbs B0 cts. each
From 10 lbs, to 25lbs...... 75ots. each
From 25lbs. to50 lbs «l 00ench
From 50 lbs, to75 lbs gi so each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or ovoi\.2cts. per lb
To Bpence'* Bridge uu'I Points between
Wule nnd ftpciH-e'H Bridge.
Less thnn 2 lbs 25 cts. each
From 2 lbs, to 5 lbs 50 cts. each
From 5 lbs. to 10 IbH $1 oo each
From loibs, to25 lbs 10cts, perlb
From 25 lbs, to 75 lbs 8 cU. per lb
Over76 lbs oets. perlb
To Nicola, Snvonn,  Kamloops,   Gnche
Creek and Clinton, 20 cts. ver lb.
To Bnrkorvllle and atl  points between
Rurkcrvlllenud Clinton ..25ots. perlb
Ou C. O. I), and valuable pucknges one
per cent, on valuo In addition to ordinary
rates,
MONEY  RATES
Bt-iurm Victoria and Sew Westminster,
40 CTS. PER $100.
Remittances Insured ngalnst ail risk at
"Lloyd's,"
IBANK   8.  IMR1MB1I,
Manager II. C. Express Co
C. G. MAJOR, Coiumbin St..
nu2tc Agent Now Westminster..
3XTE-OT
HOTEL,
Columbia Street,
w niu, s. c.
mHK NEW AKD ELEGANT HOTEL
NOW OPEN
And ready for tlie reception of guests.
The building and furniture are entirely
new throughout, and it is the
BEST FURNISHED HOTEL
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Tho Building Ib Fire-Proof throughout,
Is most complete in nil its appointments,  and strictly lirst-class.
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On tlie promise., aj neatly anil cheaply
ai at any othei eitablUhment in the
Province.
 AGENTS   Vim	
Confederation Ule Ant-ranee Co..
North Britiih and Mercantile Fire
. Iniuranoe Co.,
 Agent* fop FiratOlaM—
IDE ud BHUUlf SATES
SHIPriNO   RKCKIPTS,
DKKDB MORTMilKS,
BILLS er BALK,
CUSTOM HOVSI BLANKS,
LKASKS, n»U. X0TK8,
0R1KR8, IKCKIHS,
And all kind, of Blank Bookijand Blank
Forms on hand.
 All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received. Buliicri'itiona taken
tor any Publication at lowest rates.
tr We Import direct from manufao
hirers, and cannot be undersold In thia
Province.
T, R. PEARSON A 00.,
COLUMBIA   STREET,
Ntw  Wettmtujtor, B. 0,
(f.Jtc)
SST Kooilin mny he scoured Iry Tele*
graph.
CHRIS. W1LS0X.
MAtyAflKR.
J. E, ISSLKT,
PlHIl'RIKTOft.
(Ili)l>2lir)
STIM, 0ONTINUK
FOR NOVEMBER I
THK PBOPIjK OV NEW   WEBTMIN-
Hlornndsnrrouuillui* country arc Invited to soe thd
ft£*8REAT REDUCTION
In the prices of Goods nt
The ROYAL CITY
Boot & Shoe Store
The peoplo nre no doubt nwnroof tho Superior qunlity of Boots nnd Rimes
nml other Goods Kept by
MRS. E. GOLD,
Whicli nro unquestionably the bestin this
City, nnd cannot be aurpnsscd nny*
wliere In tlm Province.
NOW IS THE TIME
To nmlcu purchases, when (londti nro sold
to suit tho t linen, becnuso
Money Saved Is Money Karned.
Tho following goods, Imported from the
manufactories, nro nth-red at n groat ro*
dueHon,nff the. stock Is larger thnn tho
Rtnto of the mnrkot Justifies:
W pieces Cnnndlan Tweeds.
275 suits of Men's, Hoys' und Youths
Clothes,
100 down Whito Shirts.
SOdoKon assorted Shirts.
35Uozoufilie American Hats of the latest stylos nnd finest qunlity.
lit cases of Now Goods Just received by
Bteamer Idaho.
The following Is the reduction of prices:
DO per cent, off Roots and Shoes,
28     " "     Tweeds.
35     "     "     Clothing and Hutu.
85    *'     'J     Dry Goods.
49     "     "     Fancy Goods.
This Ureal Reduction beglati on
Tuesday, October Uth
AND WIU, CONTINUE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTIOE.
■^.Country order* will he r-urri'tiiiilly
nltctutcil lo.
NOTE TBE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
Ciil.llMIIIA STREET,
Opp. Ewen'a Ciinnerjr,      NlW WllTMimiU.
oollto,
GIRL WANTED.
ONE   WHO UNDERSTANDS GENU-
rnl lioimcwork.  Apply lo
MRS. I). R0II80N,
ileMo Roynl Avenue, ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—Flivsl insertion. Sots, per lino; subsequent Insertions,
Sets, por line.
Regular Oomihcruittl nnd IJusiiicss Ad*
vertlsommiLs.-l column, $12 per mouth*
_iCol., til per month; V, col,, \4 per month)
Sinchcs, 52 per mont.fi; 1 inch, SI.."'J per
montli. These rales to lie charged on
■land I in- lldve'rtlsemoiitfl which remain
over 3 months. If foi- a less period" l he
rates will be: i col,, 31i per nx-nth; V1*'--
HI: J<ool.,|5; 2 Inches, *:t; I Inch,?''.
Specials, among reading fuattoi'.—First
Insertion, io ctN. por line; suhseiiiH-til In*
tortious,5cts. per line.
Illrths, MiirflligCN and I'eallis *l ench.
Fttnorul noliccM accompanying dcnlh notice, IiO cl*. extra.
HO* All transient ndverllHcniuntii will be
measured liy u scale ul solid Ncniparlcl,
whicli makes 12 linen lo Lhe iucb and 7
words to the line. Display lints iiiusl tie
allowed for in malting estimates. No ud*
vorilsi'iuoui inserlet for less iiian ii.oo.
liu- glviiteh Columbian.
Ihe $ritisk (fotambhm.
Wednesdny Morning, Jan. 14.   ISM,
Yesterday - wus a delightful day,
with warm and bright sunshine.
Remember the Choral Union conceit in the Skating Rink to-night.
The first meeting of the new council will be held next Monday night.
The itr. Princess ' Louiso arrived
from Victorin at 4:10 yesterday afternoon. „   .       - Fi
Senator Nelson goes down to Viotoria to-day and will leave for Ottnwa
next Monday.
Another section of tho island railway is ready for contract, aiid tenders
are invited in another column.
The tug Westminster left for Che-
maim us on Monday with a scow load
of lumber for the island railway.
The average chargo for the passage
of a ship through the Suez Canal is
80,000, depending upon its tonnage.
Prayer meetings are being held in
the Methodist churoh of this city
every night this week except Saturday.
Thero was a slight fall of enow on
Sunday night. Sleighing in the city
has gone, but on tho high land there is.
good sleighing yet.
Jas. Bethune,-Q.C., one of tlie best
known and ablest of Canadian lawyers,
died at Toronto on the 22nd ult. Ho
was only 44 yenrs of ago.
For coughs and colds, use Imperial
Cough Syrup, sold only by I). S. Curtis
A Co., wholesale and retail druggists,
New Westminster, B. C. jnyl4tc
The Overland Monthly^ for January
comes with very interesting contents,
This magazine is $4 a year, and the
publisher is Samuel Carsou, San Francisco,
The English crack yacht Genista is
i coming over in the spring to compete
in the challenge race for the Amorican
cup.    She is owned by Sir Richard
Sutton.
We. understand that tho Dominion
parliament  meets on the 20th inst,
,        Mr. Homer, representative for tins city
.t,t      and district, leaves for Ottawa noxt
Ejaturday.
*  ,.".  ^"The hearing of tho Thrasher case,
•» fog which Mr. Thco. Davie went to
I London,   has  heen  postponed   until
»       ' Juno, and Mr. Davie left London fur
q < Victoria on the 18th tilt.
Tho herring-fishing in Shetland this
yonr, it has nuw been ascertained, has
yielded tho ouormnuB quantity of 300,-
000 barrels, whioh is tho number cured
at all stations of the islands.
The poem "Littlo One," sent to this
office a few davs ago is so obscure that
.«*.*»Hj fail'to get tlw"'ie* of the
author, nud we aro nfruia «.ur readers
might be equally unfortunate.
Mr. I. Kipp arrived from Chilliwhack yestorday afternoon with Mra.
Coverdale, who is suffering from some
mental disorder. Application lias been
made for her admission to the asylum.
A largo piece of ico whicli has been
formed on the other side of tho river,
betweon tho sand bar and the shoro,
went awny yostorday. Thero is nothing to keep the steam ferry from running now.
Among tho passengers by thu Princess Louise yestorday were Miss Edith
Major, who hns been two yenrs studying in Toronto, and Mr. J. O, McLeod,
who returns from Princo Edward
Island with liis wife.
The Ottawa Sun doesn't take much
stook iu gush. It says: "If Sir John
snid he would shoot down anyone who
talked independence, ho has a lirst-
class opportunity hero in Ottawa. Let
him como to 00 Elgin Bt., and shoot
the editor of the Sim."
A band of nearly 200 cattlo camo
down to Port Moody by rail last Friday night, and woro driven ovor to
thia city for shipment. The str. Princess Louise camo up on Sunday and
took 111 of these animals, and the
balance wilt go down this morning.
Delta Council,—All the members
were elected by acclamation, as follows: Reeve, W. H. Ladner; Ward
No. 1, P. W. Swett; No. 2, Wm. Arthur; No. 3,—Mitchell; No. 4,-
Harris; No. Ei, Jno. MoKee, Jun.
SeeuCatalouuk.—Mr. John Mur-
' ry, of Spenco's Bridgo, has just issued
a very neatly printed catalogue of
seed, roots, plants, trees, and implements for 1885. Tho catalogue embraces ninny varieties, aud oilers n field
for selection wido enough to satisfy tho
reasonable wunts of the country.
Surrey Election. — Tho entire
council waselectod by acclamation, and
is composed of tho following gentlomen : Reeve, Wm. McDougall; Councillors : George Cann, No. 2 Ward ; 0.
H. Standard, Hall's Prairie ; James
Johnstone, Johnstone's settlement;
John Stewart, Mud Bay ; Albert Milton, Clover Valley.
 .—-•*•—'■	
Tm Concert.—Programmes have
been Issued for the Choral Union Concert to-night, and the entertainment
promises to be of very great interest.
In addition to the cantata "Sleeping
Beauty," the second part of the pro.
gramme is very full and varied. Reserved seats may bo secured to-day at
T. R. Pearson & Co.'s.
Some Difference. — Mr. Edwin
Johnson, lately appointed polico magistrate at Victoria, has made an interpretation ot* the law somewhat different from that which occurred to the
mind of his predecessor. The other day
he convicted n Chinaman ' for playing
in a common gaming houso, although it was not held thnt tho China*
men had been proved guilty of gaming.
The ex-magistrate's decision in the
gaming cases last year most have boon
strange rending for Mr. Johnson,
As selling off Is the ordor of tho day,
James Ellard k Co. beg to Inform the
public that they wiU- give 10 per eout.
discount on nil goods bought for cash.
(de)7te)
Langley Election.—At the nomination on Monday the following candidates were nominated : For Reeve,
James McAdam and John Maxwell.
Councillors, No. 1 Ward, Wm. Jenkins, re-elected by acclamation ; No.
2, James Houston, re-elected by acclamation ; No. 3, J nines Morrison and
Angus FraBer; No. 4, John Smith, reelected by acclamation ; No. 5, Adam
Innes, elected by acclamation. There
will bo a contest for the reeveship and
No. 3 Ward.. ■->   .     .
—i »» ~ ■—■—
City Finances.—In our advertising
columns to-day will be found an abstract of tho auditor's statement, showing the receipts and expenditures, of
this city during tho past your; and also
tho assets and liabilities. Tho city finances should always bo studied by
every ratepayer so that he may know
how civic matters are being administered. People nro loo apt to leave
theso things for the officials, nnd not
to concern themselves until the tax-
gatherer makes his appearance, when
it is too late.
 .» —
Chilliwhack Council. — We
ceived tho following despatch from
Chilliwhack yesterday: Return ing-offi-
cor Patterson oponod the municipal
election here yesterday, when tho following persons were elected hy acclamation: Reeve, D. McGillivray,;- councillors, Thos. K. Kitchen, J. F. Ryder
nnd J. Reece. There will bp iv contest in wards Nos. 1 and 3, and the
pell is fixed for to-morrow. .The candidates for Sumas ward'nre A.'B. Veddor, T. Thompson and 0. Strut; for
ward No. 3, R. Vowoll and G. Ban
ford. ^        	
Trams with San Franoisco.-—The
amount of the exports from Snn Fran
cisco to British Columbia, and imports
f roirt that province are given as under
by the Commercial News; From the lst
of January to the 31st of October the
amount of merchandise shipped to
British Columbia reached $1,159,359,
a decronso of 9251,384 from tho corresponding period of 1883. The exports
from British Columbia to Sau Francisco for the eight mouths of 1884
amounted to §1,180,955, being an increaso of §488,221 |over the same
months of last year.
Commutation Asked Foil—The Ottawa Sun Bays : " A petition is lo be
ptsnouted to the Governor-General
asking that tho death sentence passed
upon Charles Rogers, for murdering a
brother guard named Sterry, in the
New Westminster (B.C.) Ponitentiary,
be commuted to imprisonment fur lifo.
Rogers was sentenced to be hanged on
the 28th of January, Thoso who havo
taken the matter up state that the evidence given nt the trial showed that
the crime was uot premeditated, but
was the ootburst of sudden auger." It
seems to us tho ground of this application is extremely doubtful.
A Serious Loss.—A dispatch from
Montreal, dated last Monday, says :—
Tlio head office of the Hudson Bay Co.
in tins city lias received alarming intelligence concerning the safety or one
of their finest vessels, tho Prince of
Wales, homeward bound, with a cargo
of furs, The estimated loss is nearly
half a million dollars-. The vessel was
frozen iu in Hudson's Bay, and it
feared she and a portion of tho crow
are lost. A portion of the crow reached tho mainland and were rescued ■ aftor being nearly starved and frozen to
death. An expedition has been organized to search the vessel by sledges.
Shiitino Items.—On Sunday afternoon tho steamer Princess Louise ar-.
rived from Victoria with mails, passengers and frujght. As sho steamed up
the river thero was not a particle of ico
to be seen oxcept some patches along
tho odgos of the river. Shortly afterwards the tug Westminster came
up, and in the evening thu Belle nrriv
ed from Burrard Tnlet with a scow ir
tow, loaded with coal and n quantity
of stono for the penitentiary. Tho
Louise left for Victoria Monday morning with IU hend of cattle. At noon
Monday the steamer Dunsmuir arrivod,
and yusterdity afternoon   the  Louise
came up from Victoria.
 ^—-	
TiikO. P. R. St.LawrenoeBridois.
—The proposed new Canadian Pacific
Railway bridge at Lachino, the plan of
which is undor the consideration of the
Government Depart in ent nt Ottawa,
will consist of twelve apaus, eight of
which will be two hundred nnd forty-
two feet, two will be two hundred nnd
seventy, and thu remaining two four
hundred nnd eight feot each, making a
total of threo thousand and three hundred feet. The greater part of the
bridgo will consist of dock trusses, with
the exception of the channel spans,
which will be built with lattice aides,
tliere by giving n view of the celebrated
rapids, which commence at tho side of
the bridge. Tho foundation is solid
rock. Tho cost will not exceed two
nud a half millions.
Rapid Construction.—Mr. W. 0.
Van Horne, Vice-President and General Manager of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, told a reporter of tho Globe
that tho work along tho wholo lino was
proceoding vory rapidly. All tho engineering difficulties had been overcome, and tho line from Montreal to
the Selkirk mountains wpojd bo, pom-
pleted in eighty-live days fronf 'Dec.
loth. By thia calculation tho road
will be opened on Tuesday, the LOth-of
March noxt. When tho line is opened,
ho continued, those gentlemen who
have invented nll sorts of imaginary engineering difficulties would havo nn opportunity, if they chose to avail thorn-
selves of it, to travel nlong tho wholo
lino by rail nnd examine for themselves, always provided that they paid
thoir fare. Thero was now no hitch
any where all along the mountains,
and tho construction gimys wore just
entering the Selkirk range, and work
was now going on on all the uncompleted sections of the road, and was
proceeding satisfactorily.
Dominion Liquor license.
THE BILL DECLARED RAD!
By Telegraph.
( Ottawa, Jan. 12. — Tho supreme
court to-day Rave judgment in the liquor licenso case, holding tho net-passed by tho Dominion parliament known
as the McCarthy Act as' ultra vires,
excopt in so far as licensing vessels
and wholesale licenses. The privy
council of England hns already decided
that thu right of regulating thu liquor
traffic rested iu tho provincial governments.   	
Tho results of tho Semi Tontine system
of tho Kqnitahlo nro really marvellous,
Ask Woods k Ti'itmm for ouo of their
cards showing the profits secured hy tho
assured, jnyitto
The City Election.
A WHOLE COUNCIL BY ACCLAMATION,
, The excitement caused by tho city
election on Monday was of the suppressed sort, and did not carry the
electors beyond the bounds of prudence. Captain Robinson, as returning officer, sat at tho Court House from
12 till 2 o'clock, and when the hour for
receiving nominations had been reached the result was as follows :
-mayor :       /
Robert Dickinson, re-elected by nc-
clnmation, Mayorof New Westminster
for the eighth time.
councillor** :
St. George's Ward.—R. W. Deane,
H. Elliott, B. W. Shiles.
St. Patrick's Wahd.—Ben. Douglass, John Calbick.
St. Andrew's Ward.—John   Hendry, J. E. Lord, A. H. M. Hunter.'
FIRE department.
William McColl, Chief Engineer ;
John Walsh, Assistant Engineer.
After nominations had closed, Mr.
Hunter withdrew his nomination papers, aud thus removed the only
ground for a contest, and tho whole
council was elected hy acclamation.
Tlm mayor elect, who was present,
expressed his hearty thanks to the
ratepayers for this renewed expression
of approval and confidence. He had
uo doubt they had elected him for a
reason, and ho believed that reason
was the fact that he had always endeavored to promote the interests of the
city. Hia own interests were altogether in New Westminster, and he
would always bo glad to do nll he could
to forWard the best interests of the
place. During the year there would
bo some important matters placed bo-
fore-ptho council for its consideration.
Chief among these was the subject of
railway connection. For the past few
weeks wo had had some experience of
tho embarrassment arising from having no railway connection, nnd this
condition of things would exist until
that connection was secured. Ho repeated his thanks for the honor of being (.gain elected mayor of tho city.
•     From Kootenay.
Mr. Gnlbrailh, M. P. P. for Kootenay, arrived at Victoria a few days
ago, and furnished the following items
to tho Colonist: The out-put of the
mines has been very favorable for the
past season. The lower Kootenay lake
section is creating a great deal of interest on account of recent discoveries
of quartz of rich quality. A syndicate
of New York capitalists has been formed, under tho name of the New Haven
Smelting Co,, whu are already engaged
in building a road to Bonner's Ferry,
I. T., with Mud Siough on tho Northern Pacific. Tho manager, Dr. Hendricks, as Boon ns the road is completed,'intends bringing in a saw mill and
smelter to tho works at the lake, and
has purchased in Portland the machinory for a steamer, whioh he intends
building, to bo used on Kootonay river,
between Bonner's Ferry and the mines.
Recent assays show that the mines on
the lower Kootenay nro much mure
valuable than at first supposed, and
Mr. Galbraith brings with. hiin a large
number of rich samples nf the ore.
Travelling was very unpleasant, owing
to a heavy fall of snow along the Moy-
end trail. Before leaving Portland
Mr. Galbraith heard of tho arrival of
Mr. Burdick, of St. Paul, Minu., who
came to mako arrangements regarding
supplies for tlie Canadian Pacifio Railroad, to be shipped via Colville, W.T.,
early in tho spring. When Mr. Galbraith left Kootenay tho line had got
ns far us the east crossing of the Columbia, which was supposed to bo the
end of the mountain section. Thoro
was a great demand for land in Kootonay distriot and quito a number of vory
desirable settlers hnd located during
the past season. Among others, Lieut.
Col. James Baker hnd taken up 7,000
acres at Skoocmn Chuck- for the purposo of engaging extensively in dairy
and stock farming. Captain E. Parker
has taken n location at Columbia Lakes,
which is now called Windermere. Tho
want of a supremo court j udge has been
much felt during the past season.
About eleven prisoners were awaiting
trial when Mr, Galbraith left. He
thinks the government ahould make
provision to supply this want at the
coming session. The business of the
district hoa been large for the past sen-
son, and a great increaso is anticipated
during the present year. Tho health
of tho district was also good.
It is wise to provide against emergencies that are liable to arise in every
family.' A cold may bo a dangerous
thing, or not, depending upon the means
at hand to combat it. In sudden attacks
of cold, croup, asthma, etc., Ayer's Cherry Pectoral wilt prove the quickest and
most effective cure, and your hest friend.
Opening of Parliament.
SPEECH FROM THE THRONE.
By Telegraph.
Victoria, Jan. 12.—Tho third session of the fourth parliament of British .Columbia opened this afternoon
with the usual ceremonies. The following is the Iiout. •governor's speech
Mr. Spbakbk andQentlemknoftur
Leuislati'.'k As&hmbi-Y,—In meeting you
at the beginning of another session of
the legislature of tho province I have
much pleasure itr congratulating you
upon tho genoral prosperity of the country, and upon the hopefulness with whioh
tho future is viewed by nll classes of the
community. Construction of the Canadian Pacitio Railway within tho provinco
hns beeu energetically carried on, nml in
consequence trade hns beeu stimulated
nnd extensive settlement within the various districts on the mainland has taken
[ilace. It will bo satisfactory to you to
sarn that it is confidently anticipated
that the completed road will spaii the
continent in a continuous Hue from tfio
Atlantic to the Pacific before the close
of tho presont year.
The survey of tho location of tho
Island railway has been complete*;!. A
contract for the construction of ono section of tlie road has been let, and the
work of clearing tho right of way and
[railing Hob made satisfactory progress.
Jliu opening of the lands and the construction of the railway have caused
settlement ou tho Island to proceed with
unprecedented activity.
Tho important wurk of completing thu
construction of tho Ksqwimalt graving
dock having l>oon undertaken hy the
Dominion government, a now contract
has been mado with a responsible linn,
and it. Is expeoted that work will now lm
ronsly proceeded with and that it
ho completed within reasonable
time. It has become apparent that the
deck has been projoctcd ou a scale unequal to the requirements of Her Majesty's first-class ironclads of thu present
iky, and I have thought It requisite to
communicate with the govemment at
Ottawa with the view of inducing that
government to enlarge tho dock to the
capacity of taking in the largest Bhips
whioh may possibly repair' to these
waters, provided it can T»e done without
delaying the work.
My attention having been called to the
vague and undefined character of the
eastern boundary of the province, and
the necessity, more particularly in the,
vicinity of the line of railway, where
thousands of men had to come into our
country, of determining the limits of
tho jurisdiction of tlie provincial authorities iu that direction, I deemed it expedient to authorize the chief commissioner of lands and works of the province to proceed to Ottawa to confer with
tho Dominion government, with tho view
of having' the boundary defined tu auch
a maimer that our laws might be properly enforced and revenues collected.
Pending the determination of the question by tho Imperial authorities, to whom
jt was agreed to refer the matter, a temporary provisional boundary was fixed
upon by agreement and confirmed by
an aet passed hy the parliament of Canada at its last session. The chief commissioner was also instructed by mo to
urge upon the Dominion government the
absolute necessity of either recognizing
the right of the province to legislate
with a view of chocking the Increase of
Cliiiese iu our midst, or, failing that, to
induce the Dominion govornment to substitute effective federal legislation calculated to remedy the evil complained of.
The unsatisfactory condition of the
administration of Indian affairs in tbe
provinco and other Important matters
wore entrusted to tho chief commissioner
to discuss with the federal government
at Ottawa, and as one result a stipendiary
magistrate has been appointed to Metlakatlah hy the provincial government
whose salary and expenses are to be paid
by tho Dominion. AU tbe papera connected with the mission will be laid before you.
Instead of sustaining the action of the
provincial government and legislature
and that of tho members of British Col*
umbia in the fedoral parliament on the
subject of the prohibition of Chinese im*
migration, the Dominion government np-
Kiinted a, commission composed of the
ou. Mr. Chapleau, socretary of state
for the Dominion, and tho Hon. Mr. Justice Gray, of this province, to enquire
into and report upon tlie Chinese question. Tlie enquiry did not seem to be bo
thorough as, if undertaken at all, tho
importance of the subjeot fairly demanded that it should have been.
It is to be hoped, however, hurried and
imperfect as the enquiry iu this province
was, sufficient information has beeu obtained by the commissioners to induce
thein to roport to the federal government
tho urgent need of restrictive legislation
being undertaken during the ensuing session of the Dominion parliament. It will
he for you i to oouaider whether, in viow
of the Chinese immigration aet passed
lost session having been disallowed by
the Dominion government, it is advisable
to repeat legislation on the subjeot during, the present session.
Following tho official announcement
that Port Moody, the first tidal water
reached by tho Canadian Pacific Railway
at its western end, had beon adopted aa
the terminus of the road, ao far as the
government was concerned, a demand
was made on behalf of the province for
the laud wost of that point, which had
been conditionally coveyed to Canada by
statute in 1890, under the provisions of
the terms of union. Tho claim of the
province having been conceded, the agricultural portion of the tract of land of
which possession had been resumed was
opened to sale and settlement and a great
number of families found at once eligible
homes in that fertile portion of New
Westminster district lying between the
Nortii arm of Fraser river and the qoim-
dary Huo, Under application of the Canadian Pacific Hallway syndicate, negotiations were undertaken with a view of
from Port Moody to Coal Harbor nnd
Knglish Bay. The general manager of
the railway company visited tho provinco
early iu the summer with the object of
locating tho terminus, and after having
personally inspected the whole of Burrard Inlet ami English Bay and the lands
adjacent thereto, lie expressed a wish to
extend the railway line seaward to Coal
Harbor und Knglish Bay ou condition of
a grant of laud being mado to the com-
Eany for n terminus site. Believing it to
e in the interest of the country that the
additional section of railway should he
built, and recognizing tho fact that tho
public lauds remaining in the hands ol
thu government would be immensely enhanced in value, and that large revenues
could bo derived therefrom, an agreement wns entered iuto with' the syndicate to grant, upon specified conditions,
an area of land at Coal Harbor and English Bay for terminal purposes, and in
aid of the construction of the road,
which will be submitted for your approval, Tho papera relating to this aubject
will ho kid boforo you.
I have made strong representations to
the Dominion government upou tho subject of the rectification of the Alaskan
boundary of British Columbia. Tho
question is one of great importance. The
rights and interests of the province and
the Dominion aro alike seriously involved.
I have reason to believe that the Dominion government wilt now tako the necessary steps to secure to the province the
valuablo strip of country embracing an
area oi millions of acres along the northwest const of British Columbia to which
this country is undor tho treaty of 1825
clearly entitled, bnt which is nevertheless claimed by tho United States of
America, Papers upon the subject will
be submitted to you.
Immigration into this province has
continued during the past year, and, in
consequence, our population has been increased hy many thousands. The agricultural districts on both mainland aud
island havo especially received large additions to tho numbor of settlers located
in them. A hand-book of the province,
prepared by the provincial government,
has been translated at Ottawa into the
principal European languages, n large
edition of which has beeu printed under
authority nf tho Dominion govornmont
ami circulated in the several European
states through the agency of Dominion
immigration officers stationed abroad.
1 regret that the federal government
hus not yot recognized the justice of the
claim of this provinco to compensation
for iioii-pnrticipntion in tho privileges
enjoyed by the other provinces of tho
Dominion under tho Washington treaty.
I have made renewed applications for a
share of tho Halifax fishery award; and
in viow of the expected termination of
the Washington treaty, notice of which
has beeu given, 1 hnvo requested that
before any new iiternntioual arrangement shall bo concluded affecting the
trade of this provinco the government
here may ho consulted in such a mniiuer
as may be necessary to secure that the
interests of British Columbia shnll not be
overlooked.
So far as is shown by returns which
have heen receivcd,from the various district!* whore mining is carried on, there
has boen a satisfactory increase in the
fold product of thu province for the year.
t is gratifying to know thnt the Cann-
dinu Pacific Hallway, running ns it do. s
through an undoubtedly Hob mineral
country in Kootenny district between
tho Kooky Mountains and Englc Pass,
will probably opon up extensive mining
fields nud give profitable employment to
a large population. The many rich mines
of ate already discovered, and which
have been located by various milling
companies on the .vest shore of Kootenay
lnke, give fair promise of becoming productive iu tho near future, nud it is probable that such a population will bo at*.
traded to that pnrt of tho province as
will contribute verv materially to the
wealth of the country and to the development of trade with other portions of
British Columbia.
I have caused an exploration of Queen
Charlotto Islands to be made, a report
of which will be submitted for your information.
Tho coal mines of the country have
been actively worked, aud exports have
beeii largely in excess of thoso of any
former year.
The lumber trade has beon satisfactory, the home demand having greatly
increased, whilo the shipments to foreign
markets show no diminution.
In accordance with the desire expressed by you at your last session that evory
constitutional means should Ik adopted
to uphold the exclusive right of tho province to legislate in respeot of the liquor
traffic, I caused yonr views to lie represented by counsel before the supreme
court of Canada upon the argument before that tribunal as to the validitv of
the Dominion liquor license acts. The
decision has uot yet been rendered, but
may be expected .at an early date,
I deeply regret that for some time past
there has existed nt Metlakatlah a disquietude amongst the Indians. With
tne viow of endeavoring to ascertain tho
causes of discontent I appointed, towards
the closo of Inst year, a commission of
enquiry. Tho commissioners havo made
their roport which, together with tho
evidence adduced, will bo kid beforo
you. I invito your earnest attention to
these documents because the subject is
one seriouBly affecting peuce and order
upon the north west coast aud the
responsibilities which the dominion government assumed under the terms of
union.
* In conformity with your wishis a land
registry office has boon, established at
Xew Westminster, and proves a great
'convenience to the people of that district,
I invite your consideration as to the
repealing of the Jurors aet so far as relates to the selecting of jurors at places
other thau the cities of Victoria, New
Westminster and Nanaimo, as the working out of the system haa been found inconvenient in outlying districts owing to
the scattered nature of the population.
It will also he necessary to alter some of
tiie dates and places of courts of assize
by reason of railway construction having
afforded more rapid means of transit,
and because population upon the mainland has in some instances found new
centres.
A bill relating to the practice and procedure of county courts will be submitted
to you, its object being the embracing in
ono statute of a code of procedure at
length.
Tho erection of a new gaol in the oity
of Victoria demands your attention.
A measure will be submitted for your
consideration for the regulation of the
estates of decease! persons, and to equalize tlie duties thereon.
Extensive public works have been executed iu the various districts of the province during the year. The addition
and improvements to the asylum for the
insane at Now Westminster have been
completed and that institution, now under the management of a resident physician, is much more calculated to accom-
{dish the objeot for which it was estab-
ished— the care and cure of those of our
fellow creatures wbo are afflicted with
disorders of tiio mind.
You will bo pleased to learn that the
provincial revenue has been in excess of
tbe estimates, mid shows a gratifying increase as compared with that of any previous year. The public accounts will be
laid hefore you, and estimates for the
next fiscal year will bo submitted for
your approval.
I leive you now to deliberate upon the
several measures which will be brought
before you with confidence that you will
endeavor to promote such legislation us
will icsult in the advancement and prosperity of the province. I pray that
Providence will direct your efforts to a
successful Issue.
ations were undertaken with a view of ^•rjP^wjrpuimw-n, wu ior over twenty
arranging the extension - of the .railway [years, .before his   removal   to. Lowell,.
Geo. Andrews, overseer of the Lowell
CarjefcCorporatlon, waa for ovor twenty
afflicted with salt rheum iu its worst
form. Its ulcerations actually covered
more than half the surface of his body
and limbs. He was entirely cured by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. See certificate in
Ayer's Almanac for 1883.
KITS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WOffll.
London*, Jan. 7.—The Cabinet Council
to-day decided to extend the Bechuana
frontier northward to the Lympopo river,
the eastern frontier to include both banka
of the Nish river. This cuts the Transvaal off from any chanco of German connection. The Transvaal government is
preparing a protest against English annexation in Zululand.
Pittsburg, Jan. 7.—A Post Greens-
burg, Westmoreland county, Peun., speoial says: A rumor is current here tonight that English detectives have obtained evidence to the effect that a powerful secret society of dynamiters is in
existence within the boundaries of this
county, and also that the society is directly responsible for the recent explosions and assassinations in England.
Theso detectives have been on the.trail
of this society or brotherhood for several
months, and have tound that it is well and
thoroughly organized somewhat upon the
plan of the '"Molly Maguires," and that
its treasury contains a large amount of
money obtained by assessment, ami from
other sources from atl parts, of the State
Some of the recent explosions havo been
traced directly to this county, na well as
n number nf assassinations committed in
England. These Knglish detectives, it
is claimed, havo mingled with the -inspects for years and havo departed for
Washington, D.C., with evidence, whicli
they will bring before the proper English
authorities.
London-, -Ian. 0.—It is understood thut
Franco desires tho powers to make u
simultaneous nns er to England's proposals for settlement of tho Egyptian
question. Aetlvo nugotintioiifi are in
progress between Gonnauy, Austria, Russia and France, with n view of despatching the identical note in answer to the
proposals. Italy will not be asked to
take part in the iingothitions.
CAIRO' Jan. ft..'-A nicfisentter, who left
(iukinl .Sunday, reached Korti to-day
witli dispatches for Wolseley. Ho foil
iu with armed natives ou route who
treated him in a friendly manner. The
country for 80 miles out from Korti is
open, hut licyond that point it is dangerous.
I.ONlxiN, Jan. It.—General Wolseley
telegraphs tho Prince of Wales that he
will march on Khartoum January'24th.
He advises the government to immediately dispatch 3001) picked troops to Suakim to operate against Osman Diania and
open the Berber route. Gen. Wolseley
recommends that flen, Greaves lie placed
in command of the troops togo to Suakim
and that Gen. Dormer be chief of staff'.
He further asks that anothor battalion
ho sont to reinforce the Nile expedition.
It is surmised that Gen Wolseley expects
heavy fighting. After Khartoum is released it ia reported the Khedivo will bo
instructed from England to oede to its
ally a larger portion of km) on the coast
between Ah..l) and Massowah.
London, Jan. 10.—Tho polico have io-
ceived informntion of simultaneous attempts nhout to be made by dynamiters
to blow up Holborn Viaduct, and mansion house, railway station, express office
and other important buildings, Precautions nro being taken at nil points, All
baggage Ib Mcmtinuwd with extreme enro.
Paris, Jan. 10.—Advices from Snigou
say that the transports nre crowded with
invalid soldiers, It is reportod the cholera aud typhoid fever iB raging among
the troops at Tonquin delta.   Anamite
troops near Hanoi revolted. Thoy pillaged the commissariat and killed the
French guards. They then dispersed
with the intention of joining the pirates.
London, Jan. 10.—Gen. Stewart will
start from Gukdul on Monday with 0,000
men to march to Mctamucn on the Nile
near Shendy. The nineer of Sanga,
Mahdi's lieutenant, who will oppose Geu.
Stewart, has been reinforced by tribes
sopt hy Osman Digma from eaatern Soudan. These reinforcements raise his
number to 8,000.
Paris, Jan. 10.—News of the capture of Langoon iu Tonquin is hourly
expected. Whon the town is captured
the troops will advance and occupy That*
sche pass, thus closing the northern entrance to Tonquin.
Bkrmn, Jan. 10.— Commander Knorr
of the German squadron on the coast of
West Africa telegraphs that corvettes
Olga and Bismarck arrivod at Caineroons
December 18th and loaded 330 meu nnd
4 guiw because tho natives of Hickory-
town and Coostown had expelled King
Bell and threatened to murder bim, and
they wero going to bum Belltown. The
expedition entered Hickorytown with
little resistance and thon attacked Bell-
town to rescue the Gorman agent. The
troops landed at this poiut undor a
heavy fire and immediately stormed the
hold. One man was killed and several
wounded. Sixty men hold tbe plateau
two hours against 400 mon firing from
the hush. When support arrived they
stormed and burned Coostown. The
navvies meanwhile murdered Herr i'au-
tancus, the German agent. Subsequently the cruisers bombarded Hickorytown
nnd no further outbreak occurred.
Paris, Jan 12.—It is learned from
semi-official sources that a serious revolt,
headed by a brother of the King of Madagascar, has occurred. Tho revolutionists obtained complete possession of a
number of French posts aud murdered
the garrisons. It is suspected that Chinese intrigue is at the bottom of the uprising, and a general massacre of the
French at the military posts is feared.
The king telegraphed that he is powerless to resist the revolutionists, and a
large force of French troops has been ordered in readiness to proceed from Sai-
gen to aid the king in restoring order
and punishing the offenders.
Paris, Jan. 12.— Dissension has arisen
in the French cabinet on the proposal of
Gen. Lowal, minister of war, to declare
war against China, This proposal is opposed by Premier Ferry on tho ground
that he had given formal promise to the
English government he would not declare war against China.
No Harm in It.—No harm enn come
from using Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam ;
as a remedy for throat, bronchial aud
lung complaints it is always reliable and
positively safo.
YESTERDAY'SJjESPATCHES
(fyoeial io the Columbian,)
Cork, Jan 12.— Short, who stabbed
I-belau in O'Donovan Rosa's place, New
York, was arrested with the dynamite
party at Cork. He was selected on account of Ids well known daring and
recklessness. When McDermott visited
Cork as a pretended dynamiter, Short
waa introduced to him as Mr. Long, and
when' subsequently tho polico made enquiries for Long the dynamiters were
convinced that McDermott was a traitor,
and assorted his real name. Short's victim is Whalcn, and he is a native of
Cork, where he has aevenl relatives now
residing. He belongs to a aet called
Anti-deists, founded for the purpose of
suppressing tho name of the Deity in all
languages.
Monthomerv, Ala., Jnn. 12. —The
cyclone of Sunday night was not confined to one section of the state, but has
been heard from iu several localities, In
Macon county, about forty miles east of
Montgomery, 3 men were killed; in
West Albany great damage was done in
the way of blowing down timber and
houses, and aome Uvea are reported lost.
Beiuin, Jan. 12. —Delegates to the
Congo conference are greatly disappoint*
ed at being unable to meet to-day because the Uritish ambassador was without instruction in regard to the neutrality
question. The question has been re-
furred to the British crown lawyers.
Manaoria, Nicaragua, Jan, 12 (via
Galveston).—The Nicaragua canal engineering party arrived here on Saturday
aud made an official visit to the president, who received them cordially. They
left yesterday for Granada, where they
will remain until the i (ith inst. They
leave on that date for the river to commence the surveys. The commander of
U. S. steamer Laekawana and six officers
aro of the party.
Baltimore, Jan. 12.—A special from
Rome to the Smi says the rope iB now
engaged preparing a special letter in
which he will congratulate Archbishop
Gibbons ns well as all the bishops recently assembled in Baltimore on tho plenary
council upon the issue of their deliberations, and the harmony and unity with
which the conclusions of the council
woro reached.. It is generally believed
that Archbishop Gibbons will be created
a cardinal in May next.
Paris, Jan. 12.—France has chartered
two more steamers for use in transporting reinforcements to Tonquin.
Berlin, Jan. 12.—The Chinese lega:
tion douics that German officers are boing enrolled for the Chinese army.
South Bend, Imi., Jan. 12.—Yeaterday the employees at Oliver Chilled'a
plow works struck for higher wages and
compel lu I nll tho men to quit. At an
early hour this mo. ning 200 congregated
in front of the gates and would not allow any one to enter. Those who tried
to cuter were beaten about the head and
body, Officer Kelly, while trying to
quiet the ninli, was »hot nnd badly
pounded. Cnpt. Ed. Nicar, who attempted to go iuto the office, they attacked with clubs, and a number of
idiots were fired. He wi's badly hurt
about the head. When ho entered the
mob locked the door and held him a prisoner iu tbe office, hia only communication being by telephone to the city. The
Veteran Quanta of G. A. It. mustered
about 70 mcu to rescue Capt. Nicar, a
member of the Guard. Sheriff Keck-
strade empowered thein to act as state
milit'a to preserve the peaco and to dis-
perse the strikers. On hearing of this
Heme of the strikers left. Immense
crowds arc thronging the streets and
following tho Veteran Guards, and great
excitement prevails.
Goon vou All.—For all diseases of the
blood, liver, kidneys aud bowels take
Burdock Blood Bitters. It is purely
vegetable, can do no harm, and is always
beneficial.
High Class Organs,
from the Toronto Globe.
Perhaps the most artistic building on
.the exhibition ground is the pavilion of
the Dominion Organ and Piano Company
of Bowmanville. It is moreover one of
the most interesting to lovers of good
music as being the location of a magnificent collection of instruments. . Tho
erection of this building, which cost
about $1,000, became necessary to meet
the requirements of tho company, which
had heen cramped for room in the Main
Building, where it is impossible to judgo
the merits of high-class instruments. The
enterprise displayed by the Company in
providing suitable quarters on the
grounds for tlieir business has been rewarded. The krgo number of visitors
who call, iuspect, aud purchase prows
beyond question that the public approve
the provision made for their convenience
and comfort. Here a crowd may be
seen listening to test performances on
first-class instruments made by leading
city and country musicians.
Itight well do the Company deserve
the success which they have achieved.
The preseut prosperous concern liad, like
all great institutions, its day of small
things. It had its origin iu Bowmanville
about fifteen years ago, the stock being
at that time largely held by parties unacquainted with the business. About ten
years go John Wesley,' the present secretary aud trcusurerj George Piggott, the
manager of the manufacturing department; and W. S. Russell, superintendent of the tuning department, bought
out the shareholders and assumed control. Since that date the business has
beeu booming. A further stimulus was
given tn the eoncern by the admission of
a Detroit millionaire as a partner. Piano-
making waa added to tho organ-manufacturing, aud the establishment was increased, until it now occupies n loading
fosition among Canadian undertakings,
t turns out about 200 organs and IiO
Eiaiios per month. Theso are produced
y 2o0 hands, who - receive in wages
about 815,000 per month. The whole
civilized world is the firm's market, and
they have branches in London aud Manchester, England; Hamburg, Germany;
Adelaide and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; nnd St. Petersburg,
Russia.
The instruments on exhibition iu the
pavilion are fair examples of the Company's workmanship. An upright piano
of burr walnut is a splendid instrument.
Of square pianos there arc two kinds, a
square and a square grand. Tlie former
is intended for standing against the side
wall of a room, and is convenient for
comparatively small apartments. The
square grand is finished on all sides, presents a handsome appearance, aud is
Biiited for occupying a prominent position in drawing or music room. These
two instruments are of rosewood, with a
superfine polish, secured by hand rubbing witli oil for hours. Tho touch is
quick and easy, the tone brilliant and
powerful. In musical quality and appearance they arc equal to the best
American pianos.
Tlie organs made* by the Company are
known almost everywhere. They are
manufactured in all styles, and ut all
prices, ranging from $50 to $1,000. Many
sample organs are shown in the pavilion.
The largest organ which tho Company
will exhibit, a double-bank pedal, is at
prosont at the Dominion Exhibition,
.Montreal, but is expected here nt tlie
end of the week. It is arranged to be
blown by Turk's water motor, which has
boen placed iu position to await the
arrival of the big instrument. The organs run through all grades, from the
thousand dollar instrument down to the
parlor favorite. The cases show wonderful variety. Many of these are of
rare beauty and skilful workmanship.
Tho case which secured for the Company
a prize at the Centennial Exhibition at
Philadelphia Is still much admired, and
is largely manufactured. Cases for parlor organs are chaste in design and artistic in execution. Tho musicians who
tested the organs affirmed that for sweet*
ness of tone and elasticity of touch they
are model instruments; while visitors
can themselves judge ns to the beauty
and style of the coses.
[T. R. Pcarson k Co., New Westmin*
ater, are sole agents for these fine Organs
in British Columbia. Persons proposing
to purchase should not fait to communicate with thein. Sample organs on view.
Prices quite as low as those of Ontario.
Address, T. R. Pearson k Co., Now
Westminster, B. C] *no2(Jtc
Business Djreiiy.
Tbe following Business Directory con*
tains only the names of persons whoso advertisements appear in the Columbian.
It will Won ml convenient and useful to
ncw-eoitiers and persons wishing to do
business In this eity. The mimes ore given In nlphnbctlcn! ordor:
Physicians.
Dr. O. E. 0. Brown, (dent 1st)....Mary street
Dr. Clarke Columblastreet
Ur. Harrow Columbia street
Dr. Cooper .... .....Cliurcli Street
Dr. Welsh (DonlNt) Columblastreet
Dr. Mathers....! Front street
Dr Me«ulre„... Mary street
Dr. Oft'crlmus Kamloops
Lawyers.
Vf, Nonnnn Hole... Columblastreet
Corbould A McColl McKenzie street
Insurance Agents.
Vf .1 Armstrong. Front street
1' It Pearson A Uo Columbia street.
Hand Bros Columbia street
Turner, Beeton A Co Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers.
\V R Clarke...
T.J Trnpp	
 Vletorla
...Columblastreet
F-ildini: & McMillan McKensle street
Howse A Hickman Front Btreet
Woods A Turner. .....Columbia street
Conveyancer!, Land Agents, Ae.
Fnlding A McMillan MoKenele street
IJiik'hes A AtkiiiKon Columbia street
Howse A Hickman Front street
Hand Bros Columbia street
Wood* A Turner Columbia street
General Merchants.
James Wine Front Btreet
Jus. Cunningham * Co...Colunibla street
A 0111111111111 Columblastreet
Mrs Emma Gold Columbia str«t
I* Gold Columbia street
Mrs M A Harper Chilliwhack
K'dl.v Urns .Columbiastreet
Wm. Hue Columbia street
C U Major. , Columblu street
Wm McColl Columbia street
Tiininas McNeely Ladner's Landing
Turner, Beeton A Co (wholesale)..Victoria
Gent it' Fur nlilitligi.
X, A. White Columbia street
Commission Merchants.
L.Gold	
WH Clarke	
Homer A Son...
..Columbia street
 Victoria
 Frontstreet.
Tub Forces Sirenothehed.—The v
tai forces are strengthened and the entire
system renovated and built up by Burdock Blood Bitters.   It acts on the bowels, liver, kidnets aud blood.
Idinglc) Council.
Council mot Jan,.3, and adjourned to
J. Taylor's hotel, meeting at 1.30. Present- Reeve, and Couns, Norris, Houston and Smith. Application from J,
Hnrris for leave to transfer his contract
was refused, On motion, A. Campbell's
contract ou diHi road was cancelled and
clerk instructed to notify him to that
effect. J. Sinclair was appointed auditor for 1884. Following accounts were
ordered paid: T. Blaok, glffl; Q. Rawli-
inn, Sttl.-i; W. Morrison, 87.60. The
business of the year being disposed of,
council rose.
Tiik Cueai'Kht ANP Best,—On account
of its purity nnd concentrated strength
and great power over disease, Burdock
Blood Bitters is the cheapest and best
blood cleansinii tonie known for nll disordered conditions of the blood, livor and
kidneys.
Coal Harbor Properly.
Having sub-divided my
COAL HARBOR PROPERTY,
I am prepared to sell lots at from Sio
upwards.
LAND ALSO BY THE ACRE.
Applv to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Laud Agent,
n29tc New Westminster,
The Best Yet.—-The best blood cleanser known to modem science is Burdock
Blood Bitters. It purifies the blood of
atl foul humors and gives strength to the
weak.
Good Resolutions for 1885.
To insure my life in the Equitable on
tho Semi Tontine system; also,.
To insure my house, furniture and
stock iu the Phenix of Brooklyn or the
Liverpool and London and Globe.
ju 3tc       Woods k TunsEn, Agents.
 .»	
Mr. Clarkson has laid out Iub homestead into building lots. Each lot fronts
"on two wide streets, They arc beautifully situated, and full of choice bearing
fruit trees. Any person wishing a nice
lot to build on should call nnd sec this
property. Terms nud prices reasonable.
Apply to tho proprietor at home. Pelham street, New Westminster.     dlOml
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C. D. RAND."
If yon want Gold, icad the Mechanics'
Store Advertisement iu this paper,   (tc)
■Severn! houses for sale by C. D. RAND.
AllVlON LODGE No, 9, A. F.
A A. M.-ThC! regular Communications of tills Lodge nre
held on the first Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren nre cordially Invited to attend P. WILSON,
feffl-tc Soorotary.
Words Fail zlTx
&M.BY Carter, of Niuhville, Tenn,, "for
the benefits derived from
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Having been afflicted nil my life with Serof-
nU, my system Boomed saturated with it. It
oame out In Blotches, Ulcers, and Mattery
Bores, all over iny body." Mr. Carter itatoB
that lie wns entirely cured by tlio use of
Aran's Sabsapabiixa, and since discontinuing Its uio, eight months ago, lie has had
tto return of the scrofulous symptoms.
AU baneful Infections of ths blood are
promptly removed by this unequalled alterative.
rBKPABED DY
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,LoweM.MMi.
Sold by all Droggtiti; ti, *t* bottles for 90.
Druggists.
A Peele Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
It Thomas... Columbia street
Watches aud Jewelry.
C, M. MoNaughten Columbia street
Furniture.
J O Bunte Columbia street
Tailors.
John Walsh .,.„ Columbia street
Books, Stationery, Ac.
T K Hibben A Co Victoria
T R Pearson A Co. Columbia street
T H Pearson & Co , Yale
Slmleal Instruments.
j Humiaii Victoria
T It Pearson 4- Co Coiumbin street
Cigars.
Win. Tletjen Coiumbin street
Hotels.
Station Ites! nu rant, (P. Clair) Yale
Brighton (Geo Blaek) Hastings
Deighton TA Johnston] Granville
Farmers* IToinc (J Turnbull) Church Bt
OeeUlcnt Ll Austin)..... Columbia Rtreet
Ho.vNl-MrsM A Harper) Clillllwhaek
Sunnyside (McLeod& Mclnnls} Granville
Colonial Hotel, (,T. R Iiifiley};.Columliin si.
- Bakeries.
Kelly Bros Coiumbin street
F Kimble Columbia street
Groceries, Etc,
McDonald Bros. Coiumbin tftieet
Produce and Feed.
Wl. Steves A Son Coiumbin street
Gunsmith, Etc.
S H Webb Columbia street
Fish, Fruit and Game.
Windsor A Nelson Columbia street
Butcher*.
J. A. Bowes. Yalo nnd Hope
Robt Dickinson Coiumbin street
Painters, Ktc,
Murray A Fry Clnrkson street
Harness and Saddlery.
Douglns A Deighton Columbia streot
Blacksmiths.
Speirs A Beaton Columblastreet
Saw and Planing Hllla.
Brunette Saw Mill .....Sapperton
Branch lumber yard at Port Moody.
Royal City Pinning Mill Richard street
Brunches at Port Moody A Nanaimo.
Book Binding,
R T Wllllnms .'. Victoria
Printing Ofllce.
I> Robson A Co (Columbian) Columbia Bt
Rulimrnml plain binding.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mury St.
Rev. C. Watson, Pnstor. Son-ices nt
II ii. in. and 7 p. in. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:<,D p. in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays nt S p. in. Seats free; st rangers
cordially invited. Jo7-tc.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Rev. G. B.
Allen, Reclor, Services every Sunday
at 11 a. m. nnd 7 v. u. In tho Rectory Hall,
St. John street, below Royal avenue. Seats
free, all nre cordially invited. Sunday
School at 2.30 i». m. Rector's residence,
Morrivale street, below Agnes street. Baptism administered to children nt nny time
nnd place desired by parents. Marriage
solemnized nnd performed whenever and
wherever requested—subject to the provisions of the "Mnrrlngo Ordinance, 1087."
The service lor the " Hnrlal of the Dead"
can he used for Die baptised or the unbap*
tfsed. nolKtc
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
" Orrville, Ohio, Sept 10, IKS.
COLDS. "H»Tlng been mbject toabro*.
chlal affection, with frequent
colds, for a number of yean, I hereby «nv
tify that Aveb's chkrry Pkctobal |1vm
me prompt relief, oud Is the most effecttva
remedy I have evor tried,
Jakes A. HiJULToy,
Editor of Theltmtmt."
"Mt.G!lead, Ohio, Jono 26,1882.
COUGHS. "l hnr° °ted a™**! cniMtT
Pectoral this spring for a severe cough and long trouble with good
effect and I am pleased to recommend It
to any one similarly affected.
Habvxt Baookhan,
Proprietor Globe Hotel."
PnEPARED BT     '
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,Uwell,MiM.
SoldbyallDraniBU.
Burdock
B loop
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
BILIOUSNESS, DIZZINESS,
DYSPEPSIA, -R0PSY,
INDIGESTION, FLUTTER/HO
JAUNDICE. OF THE HEART,
ERYSIPELAS, iCIDITY OF
SALT RHEUM, THE STOMACH
HEARTBURN, DRYNESS
HEADACHE, OF THE SKIM,
And every .pedes of dl.en.o nrliln. froir
dlurdered LIVI2H.   KIDItriVS,   STOMMM,
BOWIJLS OR   BLOOD,
T. MELBURN * "0, """^iSW, *Dnt §torg.
A REMARKABLE STORI.
(Continued.)
"You trlioultl uot lut hor woar them.
Shu should not hnvo thom, knojring
. hor fathur'a story, as I suppose you
do. Don't you se»," cviod Oathoi'ino,
with sudden energy, "that alio ought
not to appear in Uudboruugli i" "!"">
pearls?" ,
Emma had been standing near when
this conversation beijuu, nnd sho draw
elose to listen, not with any clandestine intention, but only with n natural
ourioBity. She caught up tbe words
iu a disjointed way. What reason
oould thero bo for uot wearing your
mother's pearl's? She would havo
gono and asked the question, direct of
Catherine, but that just then her partner canto for lior, and for the rest of
tho evening she had no time to consider any such question ; nor was it till
she found herself, in the middle of the
night, rumbling and jolting along tho
■ dark road that skirted theCnminun, by
Hester's side, that this mysterious
speech occurred to ber mind, She had
beon talking of the advantage of being
introduced ' by a troll-known pcrsott
and thus put at onco " on a right foot-
ini(."
"You don't want Mint. You know
everybody. You havo boen here nil
your lifo," sho snid. "And I am suro
you girt plenty of partners and lookod
very nioo. And what a pretty nook-
luce that is," said Emma, artlessly entering upon hor subject. "Aro they
real ? Oh, you must not bo offended
with mo, for I nover had any nice ornaments. The youngest novor lias any
chance. If thoy ate real, I suppose
they are worth a grout dent nf money,
and you must bo quite rich, or ^ you
would not ho able to afford thain. '
"Wo ara not; indued; wc are very
poor," snid Hester, "but the pearls are
my mothor's.. Sho got thorn, when
she was young, from her mother. They
have belonged to us for numben of
years."
"I wonder what Cousin Catherine
■ could mean !" said Einmii, quito innocently. .
"About my pearls ? cried Hester,
pricking up her cars, and all her spirit
awakening, though,sho was so sleepy
and tired after the long night.
"Sho snid you oughtn't to wear
them. She said you shouldn't have
them. I wonder what sbo meant?
And Mr. Harry Vernon, that tall gentleman, ho Beemed to undestriud, for he
got quito red and angry."
"I oughtn't to wear thom—I shouldn't have thein !" Hester repeated, in a
blaze uf wrath. Sho sat bolt upright,
though she had been lying baok in her
corner, indisposed for talk.
"I dare say she didn't moan anything," said Emma, " only spito, us
you nre on the other sido."
Hosier did nut reply, but sho was
roused out of her sleepiness ill a moment. She let Emmn prattle mi by
her sido without response. As they
drove past the Grange, a window was
opened softly nnd somo one seemed lu
look out.
"Oil, I tvoudor if Ibat wns Mr. Edward ?" Briid Emma. I wonder why he
stayed awny ? Is be after somo girl
and doesn't want Cousin Catherine
lokiiow? If it woro not that yuu
would scarcely speak to each other
when you met, I should say it was ynu,
Hester !"
"I wish," said Hestor, severely,
"that you would go to sleep. At three
o'clock in tho morning I never want to
talk." ,
"Well, of course it may bo that,
said Emma, somewhat ineonsequentlyi
"but I never want to sloop when I
have been enjoying myself. I want to
have some one "iu tliu same room and
to talk it all over—everything that has
happened. Who was that man, do yuu
know, who—"
And here sho wont into details which
Hester, routed and angry, paid no attention to. But Emma was not dependent ou replies. She went on
asking questions, of which her companion took no notico, till the Ny suddenly stopped, with a great jarring and
rattling, and the opening of two doors
and glinunurs uf two smull lights in the
profound dark gave note of watchers in
the two houses, warned by tho slow
rumbling of tlie ancient vehicle, and
glad to bo released from thoir respective vigilB. In Hester's cuse it was Iter
mother, wrapped in a warm dressing-
gown, with a shawl ovor her head and
two anxiouB eyos shining out with very
warm reflection, over ber little candle,
wbo received tho girl in her linery.with
eager questions if she were very cold.^
if she wore tired and if all had gono nil'
well.
•'Run up-stairs, my darling, while I
fasten the door," Mra. John snid.
"Tliere is a nice tire, where you can
warm yourself—nnd some tea." Iu
thoso daya some people, especially wo-
men, wore not afraid of being kept
awake becuuso of a cup of tea.
"Mamma," aaid Hoster, when her
mother had followed ber up-stairs into
her the old-faahiinied,low-roofed ruom,
whicli the tire tilled with rosy light, "it
appeal's that Catherino Vernon snys
I ought not to worn' your penrls. Has
ahe anything to du with your pearls ?
Has sho any right I o interfere ?''
"My pearls !" cried Mrs. John, with
a scream. " What could O'thdrine
Vernon have to do with them ! I
think, dear, that you must havo fallen
asleep and beon dreaming. Where
havo you seon Catherine Vernon, Hester? Sho gives us our bouse, dour; you
know we are so fnr indebted to hor;
but that is the only right she can have
to interfere."
"Hud she anything to do with my
father ?" Hester nsked.
She was reliovod from she dirl not
know what indefinable terrors by the
genuine aatuntsbincnt in her mother')
face.
"Anything to do with him ? Of
course, she had a groat denl to do with
him. Shu was hia first cousin. Hor
father had brought him up. It was
intended—but then bo mot tne," said
the gentle little woman, not without a
tone of satisfriction in the incoherent
tale. "And she wns a kind of partner,
and had a great deal to do with the
bank.   I never understood the rights
■ of it, Hester. I never had any head
for business. Wait, darling, till I undo these buttons. .And now, my love,
if yoo havo got warm, go to bed. My
pearls I She muat mean, I suppose,
that they ar. too good for you to wear,
beoauie wo are poor. They were my
mother1!,and her mother's, before thnt.
I would like to know what Catherine
Vernon oould have to say to them,"
Mil. John aaid, taking the pearla from
her child's throat and holding thein up,
all warm and alibiing, to the light, be-
fore the deposited them in their care
fully-padded bed.
If thero wns anything iu tlio world
that was hor individual property, and
in which ni) one had nny share, it was
her pearl.. Thoy had'always boen one
of her household gods.
Then are periods in life, and eepeolal-
ly in the onrly nai't of it, when all existence gets, ns it wore, out of focua,
and, iiiBtoad of some great and worthy
centre, takes to circling round some
point .of outwardly frivolous meaning,
some littlo axis of society, entirely unfit to bo the turning point of even the
sturdiest world of human concerns.
Tins had como to ho the case with the
Vernons ill tliose lingering weeks of
winter juat bofore Christmas. That
the young, gay, foolish—nuy, absurd—
house on the hill inhabited by Algernon Morridow and bis wife should
booonio to all of this important family
the chiof place not only in Redborough
but for a time in the world, was the
moat curious fact imaginable, .but yet
it waB so. To Edward it was the only
ono place in the world whore bo was,
aa he hoped, freo from observation
and nble to do as lie pleased; which
meruit,where he wns entirely free from
Catherino, and need havo uo four of
interruption from hor to his unmse-
ment or his pleasure, or, if you liko it
better, his love; to Hestor it was the
placo wliero alio had been recognized
as part possessor iu her own person,
liko tlie others, of llio honors duo to
her family, and whero tho homage to
which a young woman sufficiently endowed was lirst given to hor; if itjtadja
moro close attraction still iis tho placo
where she met Edward, that was a
dream as yet unacknowledged tn her
own heart. Harry, on tho othor hand,
hnd a doublo interest—neither of thom
of a very cheerful kind—one of which
wns the necessity of standing by his
sislor, who, bis good sense told him,
wna embarked in a very perilous way,
arid whoso husband waBqttito incapable
of controlling or guiding her erratic
courso; and the othor was the painful
fascination of watching Edward and
Hester through all tho vicissitudes and
quarroliugs nnd makings up—thu houi'B
thoy would spend together, followed by
other liours in which thoy would mutually sct-uwl nt each other and would
not speak. Hnrry knew, poor fellow,
by an instinct common to the rojocted,
Unit tho qunrrele woro as ominous, or
more so. than tho intimacy. Hester
had never quarrelled with himself;
they had been on the best terms, ulna,
ns they woro now ! But Edwnrd she
would puss with flushed cheek and
shining oyo, ; she would atldreaa hint
with haughty reluctniice whon it wns
necessary to spenk to him, and mark
her reluctniice with a decision which
wna nover employed toward thoso for
whom she cured nothing. Hurry's
eyes wero opened, and ho understood
tho duel betweon them. Tho only mis-,
tako ho made was iu the belief tlint it
had gone furthor thnn tbo preliminary
stage. He could not believo it poaaible
that no explanation had taken plnco
between them.
' And nf nll peoplo to be interested in
Ellen's silly parties, who should be
seized with nn intense desire to know
nil nbout them but Cntherino Vernon
herself) She did know more nbout
thom thnn nny ono else who was not
present, nnd than a grerrt many who
were present. Hor suspicions had
been mused by various indications of
something occult in Edward-'a mind.
He was no lunger on his guard to the
incredible extent which hnd been common with him; his mind wns agitated
with new hopes and fears; tho chance
of boing able, to bo altogether inile-
pourlmrt nf Catherine bad mndo liim relax iii his caution; and there hud been
momenta when, in all tho stir nud elation nf his new life, bo hnd been on
the eve of disclosing everything, Habitual prudence had saved bim, but
yet thoro had been something in his
UBpect which had roused Catherine's
suspicions; They bad been, as she
thought, in such outiro sympathy before, that she was deeply affected by
ihis feeling, which she could not explain tn horself—this seuae of being in
sympathy tio longer. And it wiib all
sinco Ellen'a absurd parties began, nnd
ho began tu meet nt them Mof girl,
born for the confusion of nll her plans,
Catherine thought. Thoro were evon-
iuga when the strongest temptation to
order hor carriago instead of going to
bed, and to go suddenly—unexpected
- to Ellen's pnrty, and see with her
own eyes what was going on, would
come ovor her mind. But there was
in Catherine's mind, along with her
suspicions, that terror to havo them
continued which so ofton goes willi
love when it begins to tremble ill this
wav. Hnd she gone, Edward would
have declared cruiteniptuoilaly (within
himself) thnt it wus nil of a piece with
her usual watchfulness, nnd tho perfection of her system—nut being able
to divine Unit Catherino would have
given the wurld to find heraelf in the
wrong, and shrank from proving herself to be in the right. In tho meun-
tiino she wnB kopt informal ef what
wns going on more nr less by vnriirua
people, nml, nbovo all, byJSmmu Ash-
ton, wlioso Information, though largely
leavened by n grent deal about herself
which did not much interest her hearer, also afforded revelations about other
people, especially Hester. Emma had
become a constant visitor at tho
Grange. She was allowed to prattle
for liours, and Catherine was always
kind to her. Her insignificance, hor
little egotisms, her straightforward aim
at her own advancement, did not call
forth the amused contempt of that observer of tho human comedy as they
would have done in any other specimen. Catherine's tradition in favor
<rf Iter mother's kindred covered this
littlo person witli a shield. But thoso
who wore not aware of tbis fond attper-
alitinn wondered nnd scorned. And
the feeling of lhe Redborough community waa not ill Emma's favor.
"Sho is just a horrid littlo spy,"
Ellen cried. "I know alio goes and
tells Aunt Cntherino everything, I
shouldn't have ber if I could holp it;
but everybody knows now that she iB
Aunt Catherine's relation, and they
aru all civil to hor."
"She cannot do nanny harm, Nelly,"
said her husband; "we nro not nfrnid
of nny spy, 1 hone."
"* )lr, don't talk so much nonaeiiso,
Algy," cried Ellon. "OF course, alio
can't do us nuy harm; but I hate spies
for nll that,"
They wero wrung so far, that Emma
waa not ut all a spy. Of -ill tlio interminable diacnuraes 'aho poured out
upon Catherine, the far greater part
waa about herself; only, unfortunately,
the pnrt that interested her auditor
wus not that about hurself, but tho
■much smaller portion in which, quite
unconscious nnd without uny evil motive, she dropped hero and thero a
chnnco hint as to tho others.
"And whom did you say Edward
wna dancing with ?" Catherine would
suy.
"I was not, talking of Mr. Edward,
but uf young Mr. Morridow, who is always vory Attentive. That was nur
third dance together, and I did feel it
wna a great pity there were no chaperons, because I should havo asked lior,
if I had been with any one, whether it
wasn't rather, you know—for I wouldn't for the world do anything tu get
myself talked about," ■
(To lie Continued.)
UST E *W
JAMES WISE
/■\FFERS KOH 8AM3 A LAUGH AND
\J well seleeicil Stock of General Mer-
(■naiullsi-:
Men's (nothing,
Hoots anil Shot's,
Gum Boots,
fliim Coats,
Oil-skin Clothing, 4c
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Velveteens,     Cashmeres,    Plaids,
Flannels, Sheetings, Snlrlings,
nntl Table Damasks.
LADIES' it MISSES1 WINTER
Cloaks,  Jackets,   and  Milliner)'.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Underclothing.
LAOES,   EMBROIDERIES, CARPETS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HUSTLES, Ac.
(iroi't'i'les, Provisions, Ilny, drain,
l'eed, ie., tt.
its- Prices to suit the times.
JAMES WISE,
tlerlrril'     Front Street, New Westminster.
IN ISSUING THIS CIRCULAR, I wish
to return thanks to my numbcrous
frlentts nud customers fnr their patronage, nntl hope to hnvo a continuance of
thosnine. Business rhirlnn ttie lust few
months lias been less tbnn oxpected, I
hnvestllla
Large Stock of Goods
on hnnd, woll   assorted, wliloh will be
sold until further notice at
cost prices m react cm
The Stoek comprises
Dress Materials, Flannels, Cottons,
Linens,   Homespuns,   Tweeds,
Cloths, lllnnkets. Quills, tc.
BRITISH  ami  CANADIAN   HOSIERY.
Men's, Youth's ami Roys'
Clothing, Flannel Underwear,
&(■..  Ac, Ac.
JACKETS, DOLMANS .'unil   ULSTERS,
Ami a grent variety of other Goods.
its-Inspection invited,  Goods all flnrl-
clasaiitu* quite now.
(lIMMtJImj* sold III very low figure..
-CUT-JIVE.      RAB.
delate
JUST OPENED!
Tim
City Market
\y, km old mi,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Cnll iind hoc our lnrge Slock of General
, au.
VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
Grown prlrfclpally on our own Fnrms,
(■mhIh s»lil  Iii mi)' q nn nl 11 ies,   either
Wholesale nr MettilL
iMTAI I orders promptly attended lo nnd
deliveries mnde In nny pnrt uf tlie f'liy
fr if crmrKe.
M. STEVES & SONS,
Proprietors.
<ohiiiil.il> HI., 0|l|i. PiMt Office,    lie 171c
MAINLAND
CIGAR
FACTORY
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
WM. TIETJEN
HAH OPENED A CIQAK FACTORY
111 llio
Holbrook Stone Building,
NKW WEOTMINftTKB,
And hnving Iind mnny yeurs experience,
is now prepared to supply tlie trndo with
n superior article nt price* nslow as can
ha obtained elsewhere.     Look out/or tht
"MAINLAND"
BRAND OF CIGARS.
W-II liratn tliem all. "e2'tc
MER & SON,
 IMI'ORTKBS	
SHIPPm& & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FRONT BT., ■ NEW WETTJIINSTER
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Superfine nntl Graham
PLOTTE
BARLEV,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
MM   BM ./sMk. TMmT 9
OILCAKE,
OATS,
OAT HEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN   SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT,  COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents fop Pacific Coast Steamship Co,
(jaOtc)
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
WiU'siH
OOLUMBIA STREET
{Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply the
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
General Fan Produce, jfcoi.
Where there will always bo found a good
supply on hand.
OOODS DELIVKRKD FREE OF
CHARGE to private houses ami hotels,
upon orders being left nt the ollice.
We respectfully solicit the pntronngc
of the Public
■W Remember the Btand—TffO Doors
below Trapp llros.
.   WINDSOR k NELSON, -j
Malingers at Market,
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyStc Manager Fishing.
Brunette Saw 1.
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers nnd dealers in all
klutls.of
Bough & Dressed Her,
Shingles, Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
Welnlemllokeepn ftillslnek of
HONU
K'?- -Jjd |
D. J. ROBSON,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Sole Agent lor  Britisli Columbia,
nll2to
I
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac,,A(\,Ae.,ln fuel
Everything in Woodwork
'Hint will be required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bottom lo lop.
Orders for Scroll Hawing, Tri mining
nnd Klmplng, will ho promptly nnd cure*
fully nttonded to, We pay particular attention to tho mnnufiiclure of Rood, dry
Salmon Boxes,
And wo believe our customers will bear
us out In saying thnt wo make
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Croc ery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL  DEALER,
LADDER'S LAX1)I\G, H. C.
. (i)'2%m •
fcton 1 Wliite,
Importer nm) Denier in
Men's, Youths', Boys'
and Children's
CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
HATS I CAPS,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETC.
aa-THE BEST ASSORTMENT
-OF-
ENTIRELY NEW GOODS
IN THE CITY.
OOLUMBIA STREET
Opposite 1 Sunk of-British Coiumbin,
Douglas Oeiill
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
NOTICE. ,
sale of Lots in Osoyoos District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatthe
lots Into which the Government Ito-
(■oiToutSpnllumeln-i'ii Landing has beon
divided, now designated Helvldero, will
be ottered for sale nt public miction at tho
nttlcoof Waller Dewdney, Iim., Government Agent, Himlluinelieon, at noon on
Saturday, Uth Kebriinry.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands & works.
Lands nnd Works Department.
Vlclorln, 11. a Dee. 17,1831.       27W
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
RESERVATION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that all
tliu vacant, bottom Innds subjeetto
overflow wliich nro situated nt Ilie mouth
of Liinlo Creek, nt the northern ond of
Kooientiy Lukivontnlnini' ono thousand
acres, more ur less*, are hereby reserved
until further notico,
WM. SMITHE.
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works.
Limits and Works Department,
Vli!torlH,ar.,Dee.lUtlillHAI.   [dllm
Importers, Mainifnctim
Dealers in
l'ltoVINHAl, SKOllKTAltV'S OPKICK,
llllll December, im.
WHEREAS tbe Lien ton ant-Governor
In Council Is empowered, under the
"Public Nehonls Aet, I87II," tocreiitoSetiool
Districts, in addition to thosealrofldy ex-
Mi mvunl to define (he boundaries thereof, unil from time to time to alter the
hot! udarios of exisf I ng Districts; it is liorc-
bv nodded Mini His Honour has been
pleased Indirect thut tbe boundary of the
lliu Uar Sehont lilslrid bt* altered ami rc-
dellned as follows:
All dial (met. of land embraced within
tiie el ream Terence of a circle whoso (tent re
■■hull betlieinmitbof Ills Har Crock, and
Whoso radius shall ben distance of twenty
(Ml) miles from such centre.
By Command,
.INO. ROHSON,
jny'jil Provincial Secretary.
"V^sIjS
kootenayjjistriot.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVATION.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
that porl lon of a notico published In
Ihe Hrilixli Columbia Gazette, and dated
28rd Muy, 1888, which more particularly
rebiles lol be lands set apart mid reserved
upon Kootenny Lako and Us tributaries,
Is hereby rescinded, and that said reservation Iscnncollcd.
Three months from the date hereof
tliese lands will be open for pre-emption
and purchase. i
WM. SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands and Works Department,
V-telorbi, Dee. lllth, 1S8'. d!77m
"H&f
NOTIOE.
To Contractors & Builders
QEALEDTENDEltS will be received hy
O the Honorable tbe Chief Commission-
or of Lands and Works up to noon of
Thursday, ifilli.January nost, for the erection of a wharf at Heumau Island.
Plans and spoclitdntlOlis can bo seen,
and forms for lender obtained, nt the
ofllce of tbe undersigned, or at tho residence of Robert Swnn, Esq,, Donman Island.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
W.H.GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands and Works Dopt., •    .
Vlclorln, 11. C, Doc.2.11.1,1881.     Jnyilld
HIGHWAYS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
the following described Hlubwitys,
(HI feel In width, are hereby established,
VlK.I
Coininencliiifut llio south-west corner of
seed.ni :t;i, Block 5 North, RunRe fl West,
and running duo north along the section
llnetothe iioilli-wcs! curlier of tho said
Section :a, and having a width of SU feet
mi each side thereof.
Also, commcnelm,' at tlie south-east
corner of Lot '2-21, Group I„on the shore of
Port Moody; tlienco ou a line duo north,
alone the eastern boundary of and through
said Lut ^7, Group L,and a continuation
thereof, extending a distance of linlf a
mile north of said lot, und having u width
of llii foot, measured to the cast of said line.
WM. SMITHE.
Chief Com. of Lands A Works.
Lauds aud Works Dopt,,
Victoria, H.CDec.'Wth, 1881.     JnyTM
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVI'IN thnt Mr. Albert J.
Armsl rong lias ceased lobe the Manager of Ihe firm of .\rmslrongA Burr, Lumber Merchants, port Moody, am) has no
authority lo outer Into any contracts, or
do any hot on Ihe purl nf tlio firm.
Port Moody.Jan.mii, 18*1. jnylOIc
BOARD ANDJLODGING
A LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOM, newly
furnished and woll heated, silltablo
for two ortliroo gentlemen.   Terms mode-
Wo sincerely thank those who have favored us with thoir patronage In tho past,
nnd beg to solicit a continuance of their
favors. During the past winter wo have
mnde extensive nddltlons to our Mill, and
cun now fill orders moro promptly nnd'
ehoaply than over. We have chartered
thestenmcr "Iris" for tho season,and Will
therefore be able to deliver Lumber
promptly. We have also to announcoto
Ibecitlxensof Pott Moody thnt we have
opened a branch of our business nt that
place, and will bo able to All orders from
therein nfewdnys.
DrBEOK BROS. A CO.
Now Westminster, Mar 38th, 1881. [to
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK HINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
File, of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
eto., neatly and cheaply Bound.
flovMiment Street, Victoria, B.C.
HARNESS
SADDLERY,
Harness Trimmings, &c.
Hnve opened » Store in the new
Colonial Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
And lmvo a tint! assortment of everything ivi|iiircii in our lino.
THANKING OUR NUMEROUS PA-
irons In all parts of thb Provinco for
past support, wo hope, by strict niloutloii
to tho wants Of our customers, tocontlnuu
supplying them, and to gain new pntron-
ngo In this vicinity. Wo feel uoiillrtont
thnt wo can give bottor nnd cbenper Ilnr-
ness and Buddies than can bo purchased
elsewhere,hnving u largo and varied stock
of everything mi hand,
OUR  YALE  BRANCH
Is conducted by It. DEIGHTON,
and
SPENCE'S BRIDGE BRANCH
By.I. W. HURH.
Parti csordcrlng from nny of those plnoos
can have Harness, Ac.at freight advances
oncost at this place,
Now WostmInster, Nov. 11, Wt.
no!22tc
MAN WANTED.
(MARRIED PREFERRED.)
WITH ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED DOIi-
lues cnpltnl.totukeehargo of n farm.
(Produce Is more profitable thnn labor).
Applyto      T. W. KERR,
no22fo. Now Westm luster, B, 0.
nsro'TiOB.
NOTICE.
A LL ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE N. W.
A A P. M. Telephone Co, must bo rendered forthwith to me, by whom, for tho
future, all accounts will bo paid und nil
moneys collected.
Signed) W. WEEKS,
noSte Sec. A Treas.
NOTICE.
P'ARTIES LOCATING AND TRE-
empting land ara hereby notified
that land within the limits of the Hastings Saw Mill Company's lease ia not
open for settlement, aud that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass,
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
do8-tc Manager.
NOTIOE..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will bo mnde to tho
Legislative Assembly of the Provlncoof
British Columbia, at its next, sossion, for
an Aet to Incorporate a Company lo construct nnd work n mil wny from n point in
the oity of Now Westminster to some point
near the -liilh parallel of North latitude
between Seminhmoo Hay and Township
111 In the District of New Westminster,
Provlncoof llrltlsh Columbia.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
Sollcltorsfor Applicants.
Now Westminstor, Dec. lst, 1891.        d]7wl)
asroTiCE.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll nn application will bo mado to tho
Legislative Assembly ofthe Provlncoof
British Columbia, at Its noxt session, for
a charter to construct a lino of rail way
from somo point nenr tho 49th parallel of
north- latitude, between Seminhmoo Bay
and tho onstern boundary of Township
1(1, In tho District of New Westminster, lo
tho City of Now Westminstor.
HUGHES A ATKINSON.
Agents for Applicant.*.
Now Westminster, Doc, 12,1884.      dolSwO
2-TOTXCE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
1> wo intend making application to
tbo Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worksfor permission to lease for timber-
Ing piinx-fees Uio following desoribed lnnd
situated In New Wost minster District:
Commencing nt post on the. right bank
of n crook running through Deep Valley
Into Ramsay Ann about V/_ miles from
mouth; thenco'north 40 chnins, thenee
east. 2 miles, thonco so\ith 40 chains, thonco
wost 2 miles; containing IHO acros,
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.
(Limited)
no20ni2 B. Si'itiNUF.it, Manager.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, THAT
application will be made to the Lc-
aislntlvo Assembly of tho Provinco of
British Columblu, utltH noxt session, for
linnet to amend tho "Now Westminster
City Lunds Act, 188-1," no ns to remove any
doubt respecting tho effect thereof ns a
grant of the binds therein mentioned to
the City of New Westminster free from incumbrances, and to confirm a certain Bylaw of the snid Citv duly mndo ou tho
Eleventh dnv of August, 1884, ontltuled
"Tho Land Snlo Bylaw, 1884."
Dated November 20th, 18&.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
noMwfl Solicitors for Applicants.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we
Intend making application lo the
Chief Commissioner of Lands nud Works
for pohnbw.au to lease for timbering piii^-
pnsi'H the following dcscrllied lauds situated In New Westminster District;
1. Commencing nt it poxlou tlio shore of
Gillies Bay, Texndu Islnnd, nbout one
mile N. W. of Shelter Point, extending
along the shoro for u distunce of Iim
chiii ua, with a depth of 80 chains,containing 1280 acres, more or loss..
2. Commencing at n post on tho North
shoro or Garden- Channel, nearly opposite
Donhnm Island, extending along the
shore for ii distance of UW chains, wllh a
depth of 100 chnins, containing um acres,
moro or less.
il. Commencing nt iv stnko on the shore
of Hemming Bny, Thurlow Island, ahout
one-half mile West of Jackson Point;
thonee following tbe sboro lino 120 chains;
thonco In n N. W. direction 240 chains;
thence Easterly HID chnins; tlienco South
to point of commencement, containing
.'1500 acres, more or i ess,
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
Richn. IL Ai.kxasdkh,
Manager.
Burranl Inlet, B. C, OOtli July, 1884.
nul.'ltc
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will ho mndo at tho
in-vi session of the Legislature for-u Bill
lo incorporate the Itriinollo Saw MilNH,
Limited.
HUGHES A ATKINSON,
AKontM for Applicants
New Wesl minster, Doc. 20,1881.      diMwl)
NOTIOE.
-pAHTIKHAIlE HEREBY CAUTIONED
J ngalnst negotiating or otherwise dealing wllh a promissory nolo drown by
liinieiin smith In favor of A. O, Frasor,
dated Illii Dee., Itwi, for tho sum of JMVOO;
tho same having been lost by the undor*
signed. _„
RICHD. II. ALEXANDER.
llurrard Inlot, 11. C, 23rd Doc. 1881.     27m
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
4 LL APPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE
__ Bills, properly the subject of legislation by tbe Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, within lhe purview of the
"British Nortii America Act, 1807," whether for tho erection of a Bridge; the making
of a Railroad, Turnpike Rond, or Telegraph Lino; the construction or Improvement of n Harbor, Cannl, Lock, Puni.or
Klldo, or other like work; the granting of
a right of Ferry; tho incorporation of any
particular I rude or calling, or of any.Joint
Stock Company; or otherwise for grant Ing
to nny Individual or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges
wliatover, or for dolngnny mutter orthlng
which In Its operation would affect the
rights or property of other part Ies, or relate to any particular class of tho community; or for making any amendment
of ft' like nature to atty former Act—shall
require a Notice, clearly and distinctly
specifying tho nature and object ofthe
application, to be published ns follows*—
A notice Jn tho Brtttxh Columbia Gazette,
and In one newspaper published in the
District affected, or if there bo no nowspn-
per published therein, then Inn newspn-
pei In tho noxt nearest District in which
a newspaper is published.
Such notice shall be continued In each
ense for a period of at least six weeks, during the Intorvul of timo between the closo
of the next'proceeding Sossion aud the
consideration of tho Petition.
Beforo any Petition, praying for loavo to
bring in a Private Bill forjlbp erection of n
Toll Bridgo, Is presented to tho House, tho
person or persons Intending to petition
for such Bill shall, upon giving llutfiotlcfi
prescribed bvtho preceding rule, also nt
the same time and In tlio samo manner,
give notico of the rates which thoy Intend
to nsk,the extent of the privilege, tho
height of the arches, the Interval between
tlie abutments or piers for the passage of
rafts and vessels, and mentioning also
whether thoy intond to erect a drawbridge
or not, and tho dimensions of tho snmo,
THORNTON FELL, ,,
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly
sc24lc
asrcaricEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application will bo mndo to tho Lo*
glsintlvo Assembly nf .British Columbia,
tit its next Sossion, for an Act to amend
lhe Act incorporating the New Westminster and Porl Moody Telephone Company,
Dialled, so ax to authorize the said Com*
pnnv to exlcnil lis lines of telephone from
tlie Citv of New Westminster to ilurrnrd
I..I-1 1 il.- n.-i i ■vllh-iuid through-
mil ami lu'vund Granville nnd its vicinity
In such dlreelloii us lhe Company may
determine.
Hated .laiiuary 7IIi, lS8.r>.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
juylSuO* Solicitors of Applicants.
IsTOTIOB.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tlio Municipal Council of Maple
Rhlgewlll make application to the Chief
i '.nn in Issloner of Lands and Works for to
establish a puhllc highway 40 foot wide,
commencing at West, ond of H Section
line botween Iho N. y. nnd H,Hot Sec*
Moiih 20 nnd HO, township 12, to continue
eastward u dislnuco of 2 miles. Also, a
rondfifl foot wide, commencing on M Section line nt rend// mentioned and to continue northward a distance of % mile,
between N.W. V, and N. E % of Section
R0.
PAUL MURRAY,
dei.'imi Clerk Municipal Council,
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO R.R.
(UMlMflOII'H OFFICE,
Victoria, Sept. 22,1884.
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
For While labor on (lie Esquimau
nml Nanaimo Railway.
Rock Foreman $3 00 to U 00 per day
Earth I-'orcmnn 2 OO " ii 00 "
Bridge Foreman 8 GO " 4 00 "
Bridge Carpenters              3 00 "
Blacksmiths, Istclnss               _ ft) '<
Drillers 2 00 " 2 25 "
Laborers 170 " 2 00 "
Hewers ,             8 00 "
Choppers 176 "2 00 "
Al I outside labor ion hours per day.
Ail carpenters to furnish their own chest
toots,
All employees Und themselves board,
bed and lodging.
' Boarding Houses will   bo convenient
along the line.
Board, ?4 per week.
It will not bo compulsory for employees
to board In the company's houses.
Wages will be paid monthly on the 15th
o each month.
GRAHAM A BUSK,
oc4tc Contractors.
j§jfp|lgl§1
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OP —
WAGrES
—TOR—
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers ...    ...,$125 00  per montli.
Rook Foremen... .93 60 to f4 00 tf day
Earth Foremen... 2 50.to   3 50     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50     "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class   j 50 "
fridge Carpenters,
2nd class 3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   8 50     "
Stono Cotters.... 3 00 to   Z 50     "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class 3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class 3 00 "
Blacksmith  Help-
era  1 50 to   2 00     "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     "
Laborers    1 75 to '2 00     "
Hewers, lst class   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 00 to B 50     "
Scorers, let class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 liours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to Hnd themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will lie convenient
along the Line.   Board—$5 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to hoard in the Company.'s Houses.
Wages will ho paid monthly, on the
10th of each month,
A.   ONDERDONK,
Okskrai. Manager.
Office of the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yalo, March 1, 1883.
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE  DISPENSARY,
SVH Kr.nl) St., 8«n Frmicl.ro, Cm.
D
NOTIOE
VTOTICK  IK  IIRKB11Y  OIVKN THAT
]_S the undersigned Intend to apply
io the Honorable (lie Chief Commissioner
of Land! und Works for it lease for timber
purposes of Iho undermentioned parcels
of Land situate In Now Westmlnslernnd
Const Districts:
No. l.-Cominenelng nt a post on tho
sliore ot HIckloy Hny, oil the nortii side of
Thurlow Islam), thenee Mouth 100 ehulns,
thonco Enst 120 chnins (moro or loss) to
the H. Vf. corner of tract already applied
for; thonee North 100 chains, thonco West
iiO chains (more or lens) to N. E. corner of
the Moodyvillo Haw Mill Co.'s clnlm;
Ibcnee following the boundaries of tho
Moodyvillo Haw Mill Co.'s claim und
shore lino to point of commencement,
eontulning 7n0 acres, moro or less.
No, 2.-Commonclng at u post on tho
norlh shore of Cardoro Channel nearly
opposito Bloklcy Bay; thonco Norlh l'io
ehaliis, thenco West 00 chnins, Ihenoo
Mouth 140 chnins (more or loss) to the
shore; thence iu nn Easterly direction,
following the sboro to tbo point of commencement, containing HIO ncres, mure or
less.
No. 8.—Commencing nt (he M. W. corner
of clnlm already applied for lu Hemming
Ray, Thurlow Island: thenco Mouth 210
chains (more or h-Hs) to tho shoro nf No-
Union Channel; thence In a Nortb-Eusti'rjy
dlrootlon, following (ho shore to ttio point
of commencement, eontulning nbout,800
ncres.
No. 4,—Commencing at a post on the
West sboro of Vnldos Islnnd nhout ono
mile north of Islet l'olnt; thenco East so
chnins. thenco North 120 ohnlns, tlicnco
West K0 chnins (more or loss) to tho shore;
thenco In a Southerly direction, following
the Nhoro to (lie point of commencement,
and containing H'4 acres, moro or loss.
No. Ii,-(,'omnieiieliig nt a post on the
south shore nf Hiirdwlolto Island, opposito
the upper and of Thurlow Inland; tlienco
North HO chains, thonco West 80 chnins,
thenoo Month «0 chains (moro or loss) lo
Iho shoro: thonco In an Enstorly direction,
followltiH Iho shorn to point of commencement] containing WO acres, moro tv loss-
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO.,
HlCIll). IL Al.FXAN )Kll,
Manager.
Burmrd Inlet, B. C, ;
10th December, im, doJOml
Ektablisued for thk Scimmo ass 8fudt Ccm
or CnitoNic, Nervous ash Special Disuim .
THK EXPERT SPECIALIST,
11.  ALLEN, A8 18 WELL KNOWN, 18 A
j_, r»[pilnr   grmluokU I'liyikUn, ednnttd «t
Buwiloln CoIIpkb and Uiiimilly of Michigan.   M*
lun ili-votr-l ii lifetimu to the study of lh» trut-
moot nml cure of dlieawi within bit •iihUHj.
TOVWO MEN
And MIDDLE AIIKD MEN, whotro lafferlDg ftvu
lliL'tiU-ets of Youthful Indlicretloni or FiOHiei
In iimturttr yonr#,Nrnvot*8 and Physical Diiiutt,
Invuiekci, Lost Manuood, conftiilon of Idtu,
dull eyci, avt-rnlnn to loclMy, ilunjionilency, pint-
plci on tho fees, h-M of energy and memory, frequency of urinating, eto,
MY HOSPITAL EXPKItFBNCK
{Having lu'i'ii surgeon hi charge of two leading
boeplUll) enntilee ino to treat all private tronblei
willi excellent rceulte. 1 wiih it diilltictly understood that I do not clulm to perform Inipoiiibili-
tlex, or to have miraciiloni or etipernaturalpower,
I claim only tu lie a Hkillful and incceiiful PhyiJ.
clan nnd Surpcmi, thoroughly Informed In my-
apwialty^igKABBB  ^   MAN<
All applying to mo will receive my hontit
opinion of their complainti-Nu experimenting. I
will cuiirniitoo it punitive euro In overy cnio 1 un.
dortjike.orforruitll.OOfl. Ooniullfttlon In ofllce
or hy letter MWi and itrlctly private. Ohargei
ren-wnable. Thorough examlimtlim, Including
chemical and mlrroitcoiilcal aiialy*li of urine, aad
advice, (5.00. Office luura, 9 to 3 daily, n Iv I
evening.  Sunday, 0 In 13 only.   Call t>r addreie
PR.    ALLEN,
WJ^Kenrney itreot, Ban Franelico, Oil,
tti- llMiiemlMT, tho Doctor liai a VioiTAlLl
Comfookd, the remit of many yeari of ipecial
practice and haid Mudy, which, under hii ipeelal
advice, linn nevor failed ot uticcoia la the cure ef
Lou Maniioop, Pruitatorruia, eto.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
JsAnever-foillnK
Cure for Nbm*
ousDebillty.Ki-
hiusted Vitality
of any kind,
VV talents!, Par*
elytlt, Proeta*
torrti(iea,fltid all
the terrible effects ot'joutb ful
follies, nnd executes In maturer years.
DB. MINTIE will   agree to   forfeit
Fire Hundred DolUm for a cue oi
this kind tbe Vital Restorative (under
bis special fldricc nnd trentment) will not
cure, or for anything Impure or Injurious
found Ui It. DR. MINTIE Ifnts all Diseases jiiccpssfully without mercury.
C0Il(,Ul la tint! freu. Thorough eiami-
nntion tnd ndvice, $6*00. Pi Ice of VIUI
RcHtoratlve, t3-00 a bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10-00; real to any
address upon receiptor price, or C O.D,,
secure from cHrrvnllon, and in prlMtt
name if desired, by A. E. MINTIK,
M.D.
Those who cannot vlilt DR. NINTH
in Snn Franelico should tend * full nnd
minute statement ol their troubles with
925-00, nnd In return n full course ol
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
jnirkp'l. so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0, O. D. muat
be Accompanied with $1.00 (ni a guar*
nniee of good faith), which will ba da- -
ducted when lbs pnekngr ia shipped.
BAMP1.K DOTTLE FREE.-Sent oa
nppllcntinn by letter alatlng symptoms,
sex and ago. Oonmuolcattoni itrlctly
confidential. jnySMj*
II Kearney Hlrerl, Mn rraurhro, Cal.

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