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 TNE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——IS  PUBUIMB—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EhtrahO£ to Eot-
■ toiial and Business Department thrown T. R.
PEAMONAOO'J. BMKA8TATI0NERY STORE.
TEBN8«Dy Mail, $3 a yenr i 1160 fer0mos.i
H for 8 mo**.* payable In Advance. Dollvorcd
by Onrrler or Agent, $1 por quarter, payablo
quarterly to Carrier or Agont.
AGENTS
T. N. Hibben A Co. •■... -•■ Viotoria.
Wm. Harbiion '. Yale.
A. t. FWHER Advertising Agent, 21 Mi-rclmnt'a
Bicau^o, San Prancliico, in authorised to receive
Advertisements fer thia paper.
TWO   DA DEB   maylpfeaml on Mb nt
inio rArtn a«.>. rowciiaco.-b
Newspaper Advortlatng Bureau(10 Spruco St.),
where advertising contnuti may ba made fer It In
Wxt fritiah Colantbiait,
Salardar Horning-, Sept. », 18sa.
- Railway Connection.
It is rumored that the Canadian
Paoifio Navigation Oa uro about to
erect wharves and warehouses nt
Port Hammond and make that their
principal station on the river. It is
■ quite probable a steamboat line of
. some kind will also be established
to Port Moody as soon as the Canadian Paoifio Kailway has'made its
connection aeross the Rocky mountains. In the natural course of
events there will soon be a line of
steamers plying from some point on
the mainland to Tacoma or Seattle
on Puget Sound. We have several
times referred to the importance of
connecting this oity with the C. P.
R by a branch railway; and as the
time draws near for opening the
British Columbia section of that
railway now under construction
the necessity for connection with
this city, becomes more and more
pressing. Tbo C. P. N. Co. have
extensive wharves and sheds ut this
oity already, and if we had railway
connection here they would certainly not go to Port Hammond
and spend largo sums in the erection of new wharves. One of the
purposes of a steamboat service with
the sound is to facilitate traffio be
tween the Canadian Pacific mill
Northern Pacific railway termini:
another is the accommodation of a
local trade which promises .to be.
come quite extensive. If we had
railway connection both these purposes could be accomplished by
making this city tbe terminus of
the steamboat line. Hero connection could be made with the G. P.
K. as conveniently ns auywhoro else,
aud at the same time-tlte demands
of local trade could be met. But
without a railway we can Bcarcely
hope to beeome the terminus of any
steamboat line whatever. Steamers
coming here would naturally con-
tinue their trip as fur ns Port
Hammond, where thoy would connect directly with the railway.
Now, if this railway from New
Westminster to tho 0. P. B. is suffered to go by default there is
danger that the Eoyal City may
some day bo left behind by her
rivals iu the race for commercial
supremacy. Without a railway to
this city, both Port Hammond und
Port Moody would possess advantages over us against which uo
prestige could hope for success.
They would become formidable rivals, too near and too dangerous to
be viewed with comfort. But the
remedy we have proposed would
ensure the supremacy of this city.
Except for foreign shipping, which
will not amount to a greet deal, we
would become practically the tor-
minus of the Canadian Pacific Bail-
way. It haR already been pointed ont
in these columns thnt this city will always be of sufficient importance to secure a steam service; nnd if, in
addition to its natural trade, it becomes tho terminus of the C. P. B.
and tho steamers of the C. P. N.
Co. und tho sound, it must rapidly
become the largest and most important oity in British Columbia. Sorely
these considerations should be suf
ficient to induce a determined effort
on the part of our citizens to secuio
bo Important and desirable an object.
And there is no time to be lost.
The branch from this eity should bo
ready for operation as soon as the
line is opened from Port Moody to
Kamloops. When that line begins
operations, traffio will at once fall
into those ohannels where the greatest facilities exist, vested interests
will be created, and it may be found
extremely difficult to change established routes. If this city is satisfied to surrender the advantages it
possesses, from lack of enterprise,
it must be prepared to suffer tho
consequences. If not, it must address itself with vigor and determination to tht subject of railway
connection.
N, McRae, Wyobridge, writes: "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Thomas'
Ecleotrlo Oil; it is used for colds, sore
throat, croup, ftc, ami In fact for any
affection of tho throat it work, like magic. It is a sure euro for hums, wounds
aud bruises,
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
Is pleasant to take) sure snd effectual iu
destroying worms.
k
TllE British
mbian.
VOLUME U
NEW  WESTMINSTER B. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1883.
NUMBER 24
Tlie Children's Watches.
The other day au old mn entered a
Little Rock store, and taking item his
pocket an old buckskin poach, he emptied two comb <m the counter, and
then, aftor regarding thofcilver for a
few momenta, suid:
' "Mister, I want to bu;
to intike a dress."
"That money is rautilal
tleman. This, twenty-fivifjeeut ploee
lias notches Sled in it, em this fifty-
cent piece has boen punched.. You
seo, they have been abuitd. I can't
take them." ii
"Abused!" said tho old nan. "Abu-
sod?" and ho took up tlie fifty-cent
piece and looked at it tenderly. "And
you won't take it on account of tho
holes 1 Heaven grant thtt I did not
liavo to offer it to you/ years ago,
when my first child was a little girl, I
punched aholo in thisco§4qristrung
It around hor neck. It tfaa ner constant plaything. At night, whon sho*
wont to bed, we'd take it off, but early
next morning sho would call for her
watch. When our Jolin—you didn't
know John, did you? No? Well, ho
used to come to town ii good deal."
"Whero is he now ?" unkod tho merchant, not knowing what to say,- but
desiring to show appreciation of the
old man's story.
"He waB killed in the war. I say
that when John was a little boy I
strung tliis quarter around, his neck.
Ono day his watch got out of fix, ho
said, and ho' filed these notches in it.
He and his sister Mary—that was the
girl's name—used, to play in tho yard
and compare thoir watches to see if
they were right. Sometimes John
wouldn't liko it because Mary's watch
was bigger than his, but she would ox-
plain that she was bigger than him
and ought to have a bigger watch.
Tho children grew up, but as they had
always lived in tlie woods thoy wero
not ashamed to wear their watches.
Whon a young man came to seo Mary
onco, she forgetfully looked at hor
fifty cents. 'What are you doing?'
asked the young man; and when she
told him site was looking at her watch,
he took it as a hint and went homo.
After this she did not wear hor watch
in company. Well, Mary nnd tho
young man married. John wont off in
tlie army uud got killed. Mary's husband died, and about two years ago
Mary was taken sick. When hor mother and I readied hor house, she was
dying. Calling ine to hor bod, sho
said, 'Papa, lean over." I lonncd over)
and, taking something from under hor
pillow, sho put it around my neck and
said, 'Papa, take caro of my watch.'"
The old man looked at the merchant.
The eyes of both nion woro moist
"Do you see that boy out there on
tho wagon?" he said. "Well, tlmt is
Mury's eliild. I wouldn't. part with
this money, but my old wife, who always loved me, diod this morning, and
I have come to buy hor u shroud,"
Whon tho old man wont out, ho
carried a bumllo in one hand aud the
"watches" in tho othor.
A Short Keck-onlng.
The'position of a teacher who takes
charge of a bad'school, whore every
predecessor llftfl failed, is a critical one.
He will hardly be equal to it unless ho
is nlwny i ready and ablo to punish insolence and ii subordination promptly
and witli a hosvy hand.
A tolerably i-'hlctic young man took
a curtail school to teach years ngo in
Western New York, after a number of
podpgoguoH liaii tried it and given it up
in despair. Tlm big boys had driven
tlio teachers away invariably, and the
diBcouragemeniti was so complete tho
first day that they novor undertook a
second edition.
The young man in question took
hold witli u full knowledge of the difficulty, and will) a hope thht ho could
succeed. Ho was niiUl-inaimered, and
ho opened tho school the first day with
n pleading smilo on his-face that mado
oven tho small boys reckless. He was
taking tho names of tho children and
proceeded without difficulty until ho
came to John Turbnx, tho ringleader
of tho unruly ones, nnd tho boy who
always gave tho signal for "trouncing
tho master."
The now teacher approached liim
with n Bweet smilo on hia face, nud
said:
"Now, will you toll mo your name,
plense ?"
Tho boy loaned back in his seat, put
his foot up over tho .top of tlio desk,
aud looked cross-oyod at tho now teacher, whilo the entire school roared.
"Plense toll mo your namo," repeated tho teacher, pleadingly, and
without noticing this rudeness;
"Wal," dmwlod tho follow, "some-
timos thoy call me Bob and sometimes
thoy call mo Pote, and sometimes they
call mo somothiii' else, but you botter
not call mo anything."
Tho mild-looking teacher had been
expecting all this; thore he had tho
advantage. Ho had prepared himself
for a fight—-not »fight for a minute,
but for an hour or a day, if need bo;
ho had been in a manner trained for
it; nud so, just as tho last words woro
out of tho boy's mouth, ho dealt the
big lubber a blow between tho eyes
thnt stunned liim; nud thon, grasping
him by tho collar, dragged him headlong ovor tho seats, stood turn up on
the floor with n jam, and thundered
out;
"What's your namo?"
"John Tarbox," promptly said tho
boy, with his eyes fairly bulging from
his head.
. "Vory well," said tho teacher.
"Take your seat, John," and John
took it.
Thoro was no moro difficulty, and at
tho end of tho season this school wns
said to bo thu beat in the county.
Tub Piwgrkss of Mkdical Kklioiit
ment fins led to the abandonment of
many antiquated remedies of questionable value, and tho adoption of newer
and moro rational ones, Prominent
among the latter is Northntp k Lymnn's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
the justly celobratcd Blood Purifier, a
oompruhensivo family remedy for liver-
complaint, constipation, indigestion, loss
of physical energy, nnd femalo complaints.
Mrs. O'Hearn, River Street, Toronto,
uses Dr. Thomas' Kcloctric Oil tor her
cows for Cracked and Bore Teats; sho
thinks thoro is nothing like it. Alio also
used it whon hor horses had thu Kpizno-
tio with tlio vory hest results. Do not
be persuaded to tako nny other Oil iu
placo of Dr. Thomas' Kaleotrlc Oil.
DRS. M-INNES& MATHERS.
Office, Columbia St., opp. the Postoffice
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
ARCH. MACLEOD, B.A.H.D.C.M.
Late of tbo New York Polyclinic.
Graduate of McQlll University, Montreal.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE - Noxt Door to Oity Council
Chambers, Now West., B. C.
iml-lfl, 	
GORDONS, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMIK8TER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Streot, Victoria, B. G.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
W11ABF STBEET, ■ T10I0HIA.
-A.GBJ3STTS   IOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainlands
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Finabury Circus,
London, E. C.
JAKES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—    .
AUCTIONEER!
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Cnl'ii-lnl IlotolJ
N DJW   WESTMINSTER
twSeveral good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. nolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
--AND—
GENERAL AGENT
Bent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent Tor tho TRAVELHiBS' LIFE
and ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia Stroot,   New
Westminster. do9
Every Mnn to his own Business
J-..   IFE3dLE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL IIOTKl,),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians* Prescriptions and Family Beelpes a Specialty.
N.  B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr23
COME AND SEE
Good Times lb Cons Ap, Boys!
THE PKOPRIRTOR. JAMES TURN-
BUM., Iinvlng njrnln taken ttosWMlon
n( tho TKMPMUNO: IHU «; fronting mi
Columbia and Olmrali Btrbots, opboalte
ElilHiirii-nl Church, City of New WoHlmm-
Htor, It. C, mul now known as tho
"FARMER'S   HOME,"
Will aeemninmtnte all his old frii-mls And
tho imlillc Konorally who favor him with
aoall.nt old prleoH. Bonn) |ii-rdity,S1.0fl:
Board per wrok, 15,001 Single Meals, »
BuiIn. "i'i omits.   e_r Rood iiccommo-
35TOTIOB.
In the matter of the Estate ami Effects of
ANDREW FISHER, deceased intestate.
ALL PBRSONS WHO ARE IN-
dolitcd to tho above Estate are re*
quired to pay tho amount duo forthwith;
and all persons who hava any claims
against the said Estate nre required to
forward tho samo on or before the 11th
day of October, A. D, 1883, td
Miasm. DAVIR * POOLEY,
Victoria,
Solicitors to the Administratrix.
Dated Victoria, 2"tli August, 1883.
(auStto)
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER A MANUFACTURER OF
AND AIX KINDS OK
musical instruments;
ILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
bu happy to reeeivo and execute ordon
for ull kiwis of Musical Instruments.
1'iiimiH nnd Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will re*
eeivo prompt attention.
W
GILLEY, MOONEY & CO.,
STEAM
FILE DRIVERS!
WHARF-BUILDERS, &C.
Hoisting of nil kinds, and Lighter'
Ing done on short notice.
ADDRESS-Now Westminster, B. 0.
(au25to)
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A  NEW*
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Whero will be found a full stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries, mid Gen'
ernl Merchandise,
Whioh will bo sold at New Westminster
Prices.
***** Noxt Door to Caledonia Hotel,
(aplStc)
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8ale8 Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yateb Street,
■VICTOBIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances made on Consignments.
I To facilitate the salo of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Dis*
triots.
. N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stook in trade, or Funituro, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of the British Co-
j -fctnbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Office of Harbor Master and Port Warden. felO
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHOBN'S
Boot ft Shoo Manufactory
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
urablast., New Westminster.
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure In announcing tliat' he is now
prepared toaupplyall kindB of Furniture, kc., at tho lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and' Upholstering done
promptly and in first-clasB style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited,
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J..G. BUNTE,
LatoManagor Seal's Branch Furniture
Store. au5to
ESTABLISHED 1859,
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Seni-ly Opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Conntantly on hand, and supplied .to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
0. E. WOODS. GEO. TURNER
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
COI.ll.-IBU   STRKCT,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
od and unimproved Lauds at
PITT RIVER,
MAl'LE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
TORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT POUT MOODY FOR SALE.
-LUID   MBIKMMI    <ABKFH.ll   ASD
l-BOMPrn' ATTRM1KD TO.
HONEY TO MAX OS «OOD HKITBITV.
AOENTS FOB THE
l-hrnlx Fire ln.nr.nre Co. nf Hnmkl.vii,
the Fqiilinlilr life Assuninci' Hrtdety
•r ihe unii.ii mm™, u-.ui
titmd.II.iB. IHrBrmiAt'o's. VIIrilled mane
Mewer nnd t'hlinncr Vine., tinnlcn
Vases, .tc.
WOODS * TURNER.
New Westminster, 11. G., , .
April 2, 1883.
apt
(VX&0Ry '
'   Hi"      'Cy    O
p-  SAWS *
\"V,  'N",'o* /ir
4,     <   MINI)-.       A-
'    '' MAC^    i
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, BeltinR, Packing, Hose, etc., fto,, fto-
NOTICE
coi&EJk.isr—
(LIMITED),
Carrying H. M. Mails and
B. 0, Express,
LEAVE IRVING'S WHARF
FOB VICTORIA:
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
FOB YALE & WAY PORTS:
Wednesdays andSATtntDAYsat7a.m.
For Freight er Passage apply at the
Offlco.
THOS. L. BRIGGS,
aplltc Agent.
WOTIOB
TIIE IKUIPAIM OF SURREY
.Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 Wo have	
Both wild and improved,
Good Roads, Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Onr facilities for trade aro excellent.
Wo have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE   IS   UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Laud.
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MKX establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipal Council aro offering LIBERAL
IW DUCEMENTS. For furthor parties
lars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT. C. M. C.
Intelligence Oflicer.
Clover Valloy, Surrey, B. C.    [mylO-to
-JU8T-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Root Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fannin? Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, dee., &c.
BUENS& COT,
Victoria; b. a.,
AKKST.S   FOU
WatBrous Engmo Works Oo.
liRAXTl-OKH,   ONTARIO.
P(irt:ililr Smr Hills,   (irlst Mills,
BlllmilC Mill*.   ('Iinn-plon Kn-
gliiM, 8;-.ii .Mill Maehlncrjr.
tt..   it.
A, Harris, Son k Company,
HIUNTFORD,   ONTARIO.     ,
Rrnntforil  Mowers and  Reapers,
Oslioi-nc Mowers, Brantford and
Osborne Cord Binders.
11 u i n muui | uuu ui uuiuj-iiuij i
BRANTFOKD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Sulk)   Rake,'   Sprint
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tootk
Cultivator, ttrantford drain
Brill, 1st., te.
isr Mftdiiiit-s ulwnys on hand. Repairs
kept. dol3
New Fish Market I
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
Hunt of tho Holbrook Houao, where will
he found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of tho best quality.
Purchases delivered in any port of tho
eity,   A call is solicited.
ROYAL CITY
i:
IsIWITED
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PRE-
PARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALT, DESCRIPTIONS Of—
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,.
And »11 kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to ordor with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
F1S1T  OASES   A   SPECIALTY,
RICHARD STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  0.
JOHN HENDRY,
i Manager.
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALIKS IN
E
STOVES,
RANGES,  &C, &C..
House Famishing Goods.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED OH THE PREMISES.
All bind* or Water-pipe Work* at na*
suable rates, by a competent Work.
Man) satlsflutloa gaaraatecd.
SW Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLBKOOK-S STONE BVILDINC,
New Weitmlagter*.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Fall Mall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels f also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 108S OR DAMAGE BY FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,(500,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARHSTBONfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
BRITISH COllMBIA
MARKET
YALE, PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Tiio Uctt quality of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will be kept constantly on hand.
All bills jiri'stiuii'tl nu the 1st of each
month, ami must be paid by 15th.
myll)-tc] HAVENS & CO.
WALSH'S
Tailorte
nb
Emporium
ilOSTFASHHW \ltLE l\ TIIK CITY.
Opposito the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, E 0.      [mytf-tc.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIO NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be had at T. R.
Pearsok k Co.'s, New Westminster.
apll
JOHN IRVING, Manager,
NOTIOE.
MR. W. N. DIGGLE HAVING
withdrawn from the firm of Dunsmuir, Diggle k Co., doing business at
Departure Bay, Nanaimo, tho business
wili in futuro be earned on under the
firm name nnd style of R. Dunsmuir k
Sou.
R. DUNSMUIR.
Dated Sept. 14, 1883. iel5ml
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUBBAKD  INLET.
Xewlj Built ana Newl- Fan-like',
Urge and Commodious.
OK OF THE BUT HOTELS OH TKE UIHUW.
Commands sn unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
■ran or booms fob rjjsuies.
J- Visitor, and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Proprietor..
L
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in ie City,
THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT
18 UNDER THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Publio that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-clam, and
at reasonable rates.
The Firlori and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mas. Austin.
Private Dining Room* tor Ladles,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Boon, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers'* is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wises, Liquors, Cioars, ftc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
got gale ur lo $tnt.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOR SINGLE
men, on Dallas street,   Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
je30-to] Land Agent,
FOR_SALE.
THE LIGHTEST-ROWING, PAST-
est-sailing, and beat built Boat on
Fraser River; newly painted; thoroughly
equipped with mast, Doom, and sail; 2
pan* ash oars; rowlocks, rudder, cross*
head and tiller, chain, ke, Price |100.
aulfitc
C. 13. MAJOR,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
plctoly re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the pleasure to announce that it is now
mm*—me —x
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all tho most modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect the best,
as it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland,
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards cuisine and
attendance, and parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance,.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked witli the choicest Wines and
Liquors, and tho best brands of Cigars
tfill always be bept on band.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and pro*
vided with Strahle's Patent CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
WGood attendance and  moderate
charges.
J. E. INSIST,
PSOFRUTOl * MaxIOIB.
December 1,1882.
deO
New Fall Goods!
 AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
-~r. ELSOIT
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster.
Broadcloths and fine tweeds always on
band.  Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His 925 Suit.
apSS.tc,
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Bams and other out-buildings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, fto.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap2Itc
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
THE PALACE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, Front Street, New
Westminster.   A licensed House, in >
good position.   Either with or without
Furniture.
Apply to
HKNEY V.EDMONDS,
aul8to Und Agent.
15.
FORSALE:
NEW   MILCH   COWS   AND
.__ Calves, and 40 Hogs. .To be wee
at the shop of the undersigned, Ladner's
Landing. Also, 12 yoke broken oxen,
very largo, girth 1_ feet. Enquire of W.
H, Ladner, Ladner's Landing, or U.
Nelson ft Co.. Yale, or A. M. Nelson,
New Westminster. Will trade them for
beef cattle, at lowest cash price.
je30-to] U.NELSON ft CO.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros,
The situation Is excellent (or uy business purpose.. Tho building Is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21to W. J. FRENCH.
FORJSALE.
LOT  2,  BLOCK  DC,
"    I,    "       xxn.
"   io,    "      xxvm.,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT 4,  BLOCK  Ii
" 8*9,   "       in.
"     4,       "        V.
"     S,       "        X.
"   18, 19, k 20, BLOCK Xm.,
Suburban Lands.'
Apply to
H. T. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
au30tc Victoria.
W.R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., next door to tho
Bank of British Columbia.
Every description of work in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horse-Clothing etc. t&The best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate.
A trial solicited. '     [mylO-tc.
BOYS' SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
PRiscirAL, ■ . . REV. C. J. BENTON
Graduate ot King's College, N. B.
This institution will be opened-tn the
Fall. Bond and Tuition, 1200 per annum. For particulars apply to tho Bishop of New Westminster.       *jy7-3m.
STEAM SERVICE
 BRWIIH	
Knr Muttr ad Harth im
THE STR. "ALICg" WILL MAKE
daily trips from Nortii Arm to
New Westminster and return, calling
for Freight and Passengers along the
mainland channel (wherever a signal is
shown) on Mondays, Wednesdays ud
Fridays; and along tha South aide of
Sea Island nn Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. The steamer will leavo North
Arm about 6 a. m., aud leave New Westminster about 4 p. m.
auiotc J. W. SEXSMITH.
DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP
THE PARTNERSHIP HERHTO-.
fore existing between Joseph Wintemute and 0. W. Gilley, of the City of
New Westminster, carrying on the business of pile drivers, ftc, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts owing to the late firm must ba paid
forthwith to Joseph Wintemute, who
will discharge all liabilities of the Slid,
firm.
JOS. WINTEMUTE,
GEO. W. GILLEY.
Now West., 21st Aug., 1883.
The business will hereafter be carried
on by 0. W. Gilley, Luke Mooney, ud
John McMaster, nnder the name of Gil-
ley, Mooney k Co. au2oml
DOMINION SAWMILL COMPANY
(LIMITED)
OFFICE:—RICHARD ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE ABOVE COMPANY HAVING
acquired the business hitherto oarried on by Webster and Company, are
now prepared to supply all kinds of nu-
ufaotured Lumber at the lowest possible
rates. As all the Book Acoountsof tha
late firm of Webster ud Company have
been tran.ferred to the abovo Company,
all persons indebted to the late firman
requested to settle up their accounts
without delay.
J. a HENDERSON,
  Manager.
HAVING   DISPOSED   OF   THE
lumber   manufacturing business
carried on by me under tht firm hum of
JK*.^',* r,0-'tott,D,>»>W1>i«>S»*'
Mill Co. Limited, I beg to ask for a oon-
tinuance to them of ihe patronage hither
to extended to me,
wUto J, A, WEBSTER. HEW ADVERTIBtjIENtt tH'S DAY.
in Supremo 6ourtto)....E. A. Jenns
Estate of J. T. Jones. .J. L. Edwards
Bones for Sale 0..E. Woods
Sardonyx Ewen&Oo
Skiff Lost ;-,•••••: •.%•'*;'"•
Special Methodist Church
lhe fritish tgotabian.
Sarariar Honing, gept. M. 1883.
lhe DeCosmos Claim.
On Wednesisy Judge Gray gave
judgment in tbe petition of right of
Mr. DeCosmos, claiming $7,773.93
u compensation for bis mission to
Ottawa and London. It will be
remembered that Mr, DeCosmos has
already received $4,500 as expenses,
but be asked also a salary at the
rate ot (5,000 per annum. The
learned judge dismissed the petition.
He wu of opinion that Mr. Do
Cosmos might have a moral claim
for compensation, but he had no
legal claim. This disposes of the
DeCosmos matter, and although
there may be somo*public sympathy
with Mr. DeCosmos on account of
the lost of Ub valuable time, it
must be admitted that lie has been
a very costly and useless figurehead
for the province., The government
offered to compromise the matter
some time ago, but Mr. DeCosmos
declared he would not even throw
off the odd 93 cts. There is
doubt in many minds whether the
mission of Mr. DeCosmos resulted
in good or ill to this province.
Everyone knows, however, that he
bad a good time in Canada and
England at the expense of British
Columbia, and the recollection of
these times ought to modify his
disappointment at the failure of the
petition of right
A Mistaken Notion.
Some people profess great surprise because the licensing court refused the three applications for
liquor licenses last Saturday. They
think the $600 license foes should
be a sufficient temptation to overcome all other considerations whatever. If this principle were acted
upon all applications for license
ahould be granted, because the city
revenue would in this way be assisted. We are ef opinion that the
affairs of a municipality should be
managed on very much the same
prinoiple as a private enterprise. If
this city belonged tq an individual
of business tact and moral rectitude,
be could not permit the consideration of $600 to weigh against the
moral and material prosperity of
his heritage. It has been shown
beyond doubt that the increase of
drinking places tends'greatly to increase the number of drunkards,
A man who wastes much of his
time and substance in drunkenness
is. a curse to any community, and
seldom adds at all to its progress
either in a commercial or moral
point of view. If the increase of
liquor licenses tends to increase
drunkenness, and drunkenness tends
to pauperism, a wise management
would surely endeavor to avoid the
consequence by removing the cause.
Those who favor increasing the
number of licenses, on the mistaken ground that it pays, might
carry their principle to other tilings
with equal show of reason. They
might license gambling houses, and
houses where worse than gambling
goes oh, and excuse their action on
the plea that it enriched the municipal treasury. The treasury would
undoubtedly be enriohed for a time,
if such principles were unfortunately
te prevail, but the community vvould
speedily discover that poverty and
bankruptcy, and disaster follow
swiftly in tbe path ot corruption.
Our magistrates are not created
merely for mercenary purposes.
They have moral duties to perform,
fer the neglect of which six times
$600 would be poor compensation
indeed.
Immigration Hatters.
Very tew persons are aware how
many people are coming to this prov-
. Tinea with the object of becoming
permanent settlers.   There has been
no ruth, but a steady stream which
shows no signs of abatement.   During the past two months 607 immigrants have beon registered at tho
Immigration office in this city.  This
dots not, of course, include persons
who have settled   on   Vancouver
Island, of whioh the number must
te luge.   There are also many immigrants who never report to the
office at all, and it may fairly be
assumed that net fewer than 300
par month have been arriving on the
mainland.   Of those registered 120
hart  takan  up land, and a great
many of them are sending for their
friends.   From letters received by
the agent in thii eity it would seem
that we may expect two or three
■mail colonies in the course of a few
weeka from Dakota, Iowa aud Manitoba.    Mr, Bartlett, from Manitoba, hai teen here for some days,
and Ji making a thorough examina
tion of the various settlements with
a view to selecting for himself and
his friends. A gentleman who accompanied Mr. Bartlett gets up to
see tht bunch-grass country with
the object of engaging in stock
raising. The beautiful climate of
British Columbia, and its complete
freedom from blizzards and hurricanes and cyclones seems to be. the
chief attraction. Persons who
have lately arrived from Manitoba
say that although the land is excellent they cannot stand the extreme
severity of the climate.- They stite
that hundreds of peoplo may be expected from Manitoba next season,
and when the C. P. R. has been
completed across the mountains the
immigration to British Columbia
will be very large. Many of the
drawbacks which exist in Manitoba are also found in Iowa and Nebraska, and from these and other
western regions of the United States
a large number of people are coming to thb province. There are
abundant indications everywhere
that British Columbia, so long desolate and almost unknown, will very
soon become the most popular field
for emigration, and that our magnificent resources will be speedily
developed. The immigration agent
has prepared a map showing all the
unoccupied lands in this district,
which will be very useful to immigrants.
flreat Cities.
A writer in a late number of the
Century magazine predicts that be-
fore another hundred years New
York will be larger than London.
This announcement has given rise to
considerable discussion about large
cities and future centres bf population. London has 4,764,312 inhabitants, equal to the population
of the whole Dominion of Canada,
while New' York falls short of 2,000,-'
000. It is olaimed, however, that
New York will increase in population with greater rapidity than London. This claim doos not seem to
us to rest upon any very secure
foundation, since London is growing
as rapidly as New York. But the
San Francisco Bulletin takes occa
sion to assert that if New York is
the biggest city on this continent,
San Francisco is bound to be tht
next biggest. The centre of population is steadily moving westward,
and the Bulletin believes that in
fifty years half the population of
this continent will be west of the
Mississippi river, and that half will
look to San Franoisco and other
Pacific ports as its natural outlet
to the ocean, It admits, that there
will be at least one large city on
Puget Sound, but does not venture
to mention the precise locality. If
the Bulletin could have told us this
secret with absolute certainty, it,
would have settled a much-disputed
question. North of Puget Sound
there will also undoubtedly bo a
large city within the next fifty
years, and a good many people are
anxious to know where it will bi.
A new transcontinental railway wilt
have been completed through Brit-
ish- territory; both the North-West
territories and British Columbia will
havo increased enormously in wealth
and population; there will be new
railways and canals and steamboat
lines west of the Rocky Mountains,
Tliese things may be predicted with
the utmost certainty, and their existence necessarily implies one or
more large cities on tbe coast of
British Columbia. Victoria is now
our largest and wealthiest city. But
Victoria is so situated that she can
scarcely hope to retain her commercial status when communication has
heen established by railway to the
east. Between her and the C. P. R.
there has been a great gulf fixed
which cannot bo bridged over. Undoubtedly the future eity of British
Columbia will be on tht mainland.
It may be Port Moody, it may be
Liverpool (Coal Harbor), it may be
Pert Hammond, it may be New
Westminster, Within the next live
or six years its exact location may
be discovered with considerable
certainty: at present no one can tell.
2 HORSES FOR SALE.
Apply to
Bishop of Nbw Westminster,
Or to
se22te G. E. Woods.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH JBOLUMBIA.
In the Estate of JOHN DONLAN,
deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Eatato are required to pay
the amount due forthwith. And all persona having claims against the said
Estate must forward the sameon or before
the 25th October, 18S3, to the undersigned.
E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New West., 18th Sept., 1883.
 (se22ml)       ________
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In Hie mattet of the Estate and Effects
of ELIJAH JOHN BETTS, deceased,
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate are required to pay
the amount due forthwith. And all per*
sous having claims against the said
Estate must forward tho same on or before the 25th November, 1883, to the
undersigued,
E, A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New West., 18th Sept., 1883.
 (6622ml) 	
CHANCE for FARMERS
MRS.    GOELLBRT    HAS   ONE
Thousand Grain Sacks for salo.
Apply at City Brewery.
selSto MBS. GOELLERT.
Grand Concert!
In aid of the Funds of the
Royal Columbian Hospital,
To be given in tho
Thursday Evening, Oct. 11,1883
 (sel9td)	
SKIFF LOST.
LOST OR STOLEN, from tho Foundry wharf, a Skiff, painted green
with red gunwales. Any one returning
the above or furnishing information leading to its recovery, will be suitably rewarded.
sc22to . ROBT. LAW.
BRITISH    COLUMBIA
MERCHANTS'LINE
THE   POWERFUL,   FAST  AND
commodious Steamship
"SARDONYX"
Will leave Viotoria SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, sailing from San Fran,
oisco for Victoria, Now Westminster and
Nanaimo the following SATURDAY,
SEPT. 29.
For freight or passage apply to
EWEN k CO.,
Now Westminster,
Or HENRY LUND k CO.,
San Franoisco,
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH JNLUMBIA.
In the matter of the Estate and Effects
of HENRY HESSE, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate are required to pay
the amount due forthwith. And all persons having claims against the said
Estate must forward the same on or before 25th October, 1883, to the under-
JM      E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New West., ISth Sept., 1883.
 (se22ml)	
!state4TJones
DECEASED.
BY ORDER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR,  J. C. FRETOST, Esq.     '
J. L. EDWARDS
WILL SELL,
On the 11th October, 1883,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
On the Premises,
Grand Prairie, Biitish Columbia,
PREIGHTWAGONS;
EXPRESS WAGONS;
REAPER; PLOWS;
HARROWS, ETC.
HORSES, CATTLE
MILCH COWS,
HOUSEHOLD  FURNITURE,,
Etc.,      Etc.,      Efci
 (sejgtd)
C.N.TREW.M.D.
M. C. P_& S. 0.
Surgeon B, O. Penitentiary; Surgeon New Westminster Jail;
Coroner for tho District.
OFFICK»Corncr of «lnrkttnn A HeKcn-
EliF-glN-i-ln. Residence, Mary Slreel.  sclS
JOHN CARROW, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
OFFICE andRESIDENCE--ClnircliSt.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster. B.C.
Office Houre—8 to 10 a. iu.; 1 id 3 and
6:30 to 8 p. m. Calls ir. town and
country promptly attended to. [au4*to
Change of Management!
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE HOTEL
JAMES PUNCH, HAVING PUR-
chased the interest of Mr. Thomas
Clclaml in this house, will shortly open
it as a
FIRST-OLASS   HOTEL,
•orEvery comfort at moderate charges.
(seSto)
CONCERT
A CONCERT  WILL  BE  GIVEN
in the
SKATING RINK I
—OH—
Wednesday Evening, October 10,
By the Methodist Church Choir, assisted
by other musicians in this city, Victoria,
and elsewhere.
Particulars will bs published shortly.
ADMISSION-GO cents. »12te
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of
Biitish Columbia,
Re tlie Burrard hdet Fishing Company,
Limited,
BY AN ORDER OP THE ABOVE
Court made on tho 8th Sept. Inst.,
all moneys due to the said Company ore
to be forthwith paid to me, and all
claims against the laid Company are to
be rendered to me at my office, Bastion
street, Victoria, next Bank ot B. O,, on
or before the 1st day of October next.
E. M. JOHNSON,
Address: Receiver.
P.O. Box 188! Victoria,B,C.    sl9td
A. J. ALPORT,
ACCOUNTANTJMNVEYANCER.
Land, Bmue. ul
RENTS & DEBTS OOLLEOTED,
Accounts made up and Balance Sheets
prepared,
OFFICE—Mackenzie Street, adjoining
the office of Messrs. Corbould k McColl.
(selSto)	
Eureka Silver Mining Go,
(LIMITED.)
AN ORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
Ing of the Eureka Silver Mining
Company (Limited) wil) be held at thoir
office, Front Street, New Westminster,
on Tuesday tho 2nd diy of October nextk
at 7 o'clock p. m.
The transfer books will bo closed during the fourteen days immediately jce-
ceding the meeting.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Sec. S. S. M. Co. (limited}.
New West., Sept. 14,1883.'       solGtd
THE BRITISH: COUIMBtA
WILL HOLD THEIR
EXHIBITION
 IN  THE	
NEW AGRICULTURAL HALL
New Westminster, Bi C.
WEDNESDAY, 10th OCT., 1883.
And two following Days.
For particulars see Posters and Pamphlets.
A. PEELE,* Sec. B. C. A. A.
New West., B. C,
Sept. Cth, 1883. se8tA
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLOMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, It. ('.
i
HIT
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM
the residents of Now Westminster and the Mainland of British Co-
lumbia that we have opened tho above
Factory, and are prepared to till with
PROMPTNESS all orders for
CARRIAGES.
BUGGIES,
HEAVY WAGGONS,
PLOWS,
HARROWS,
 AND OTHER	
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
BKP1IRS BIK0UTRD Win KUT-
KESB nnd DlbTAW**.
KURTZ 6Y CO.,
Pioneer White Labor
CIGAR
-AND-
GI6ARETTE
MANUFACTURERS,
Victoria, B. €.
 Have Completed	
i ippr inniTifuio
To  tlieir  Factory:	
LrtllUL  ItUUI IIUMJ
Employ upwards of
SIXTY  OPERATIVES,
Have in stock
S00.00D WELL-SEASONED CIG.
Made from the best Veulta Havana
TOBACCO.
TRAPP
BROS.
Importers of
GENERAL
WE HAVE
«roTjB-a
New Goods
 FROM	
LONDON  DIRECT.
See that our TRADE MARK is on each
Box Uncut.
ORDERS   FROM   THE COtfOTT
CAREFULLY ATTENDED TT .
Will have ready lst October a superior
ALL   TOBACCO
CIGARETTE,
Manufrctujed from selected Havana
Tobacco.
Orders
Will be booked for Cigarettes fromjlst
September and filled in their turn
We make no Common Cigars.
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
New Through Route Between Portland aud New Westminster.
THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co. will dispatch the
Bteamer Gipsy from New Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for New West-
mister direct on July 12th, 1883, and
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from Portland, flour
and feed, te per ton of 2,000 lbs.; merchandise, t8 per ton of 2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffio.
jy4-tc] O. E. CLANCY, Agent.
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARG-
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on tho Mainland of Biitish Columbia.
Mlkel Clocks, at 12.25 (warranted).
Beth Thomas' Nickel Alarm
13.25.
All kinds of Mantel and once
Clocks.
Waltham Watches, coin sliver eases,
from 915 upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Sllrer Plate Ware and Optical
floods..
au2
Columbia Street,
New Westminster, 6.C.
1SJ.MSTEII,
OPPOSITE FI0XKKR WHARF,
FRONT STREET,
HEW    WESTMINSTEB.
IHFORTER AND DEALER IN
Dry floods, Cloth!*)**,
Hats and Millinery,
Fancy floods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectioner).
Stock large and well selected. All
Ooods first-clans, and will be sold at
very low prices for cash.
mhl4 M. ECKSTEIN.
LOVELY SHADES,
FINE MATERIAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
Harvesting Machinery.
Buckeye and Warrior Mowers, Steel Flows, Gilpin and
Ithica Horse Bakes, the Johnstone Combined Reaper and
Mower, the Johnstone Reaper, the EcCormick Harvester
and Binder (the best in the
market), Harpoon Hay Forks,
A STOOK QF OOFFIMS ALWAYS   „u m
Having had man,■ym,    elpwtal0,m
tho business, we t«l«»' __*_   M
general satUfMHon a.  i-mUaia_m
with confidence sollol' , , ta rf
P»tror»g.. a__l
mf .'ST0N ft SMITH.
nm
BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS.
1862.
1883.
COLUffiBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
JALCES
db CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
'osn-to.
WE HAVE NOW THB
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,.
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp-
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship.
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'"
Goods, Plaster.Cemerit, Lime,,
&c., &c.    *
Orders for the above solicited.  Prices out low.  Terms
■n
April 6th, 1883. Wat frifesh CahnntiMit.
Batnrdtf Morning, Hcpl. -i'i, I8S3.
FA8SKJKJEBH.
Per str. Yosemite, from Victoria, Neiit.
21—Bristol, Anderson, Scott, Keary, Miss
Wltl-row, Gold, Miss Ken, Loo, Mrs Wallace, Booth, McAllister. Hnader.Tl mm Ins,
Young. Adlcr, Tingley- Ylhg wo, Tui Wo,
CKlng Tal, Carlson, MorryJleld, Galloway,
Ellard, Goldstore, Wigtjfiis, MIbbUis, Mm
Kendall. Kagazzont, Tolmlo, Dickinson,
Wilson, Clilsho)m.
MoLAREN.-In tills city, on tho 18th
Inst., the wife of C. a. McLaren of a
daughter.
Nanaimo ia to have a new brickyard.
The weather continues remarkably
fine.
Quarantine haa been abolished on
the Suez Oanal.
Mr. Wallace, P. 0. inspector, came
up on the Yosemite yesterday.
Advices from London indicate that
Fenian activity has by no means
abated.
Mr. Robt. Dunsmuir, M.P.P., has
purchased Oapt. Starr's residence at
James Bay.
Another earthquake is feared at
Ischia, and a Prof. Falb fixes the day
as October 15.
It ii reported that the recent rains
have destroyed the grain crop in the
south of Ireland.
Tho penitentiary at tliis oity is full
and running over. - There are two convicts waiting at Victoria for a vacancy.
Mr. 0. D. Band leaves for Seattle
shortly on a secret mission. Ho may
be expected back in about ten days.
The ship Campbell expects to leave
Port Moody to-day for Port Blakely,
where she will load lumber for Valparaiso.
A Chinaman waa waylaid aiid robbed of 960 at Nanaimo last Friday
night. The robbers havo not been
caught.
Catalogues containing full prize list
and other information respecting the
approaching provincial exhibition are
now ready for distribution.
The Royal City Planing Mill Co'
have purchased the machinery of the
Carpenter mill at Nanaimo, and will
.establish a largo mill thore.
The. Btr. Yosemite arrivod yesterday
;afternoon at 1:34. If sho koeps on im-
iprwing in this way we shall soon bo
.able .to have Victoria politics for dinger,
Henry Villard's true name is Hein-
:rich Hilgard. Ho assumed "Villard"
■as a nom de plume whon he was writ-
ring Western .letters to a Now York
ipaper.
Rabb, suspected of knowing some-
ithitig about tho Hesse murdor, was up
-beforo the police court yostorday.
Nothing new was brought to light, and
Ihe was remanded 8 days.
An Atlantic cable is in course of
- manufacture in England for an independent company which proposes to
send messages fi'in tfiglftnd to tho
United States for si- .once.
Mr. Todd, superintendent of police,
came up from Victoria on Wednesday
evening with Lane and Kelly, two robbers convicted at the Viotoria assizes.
They have got 7 years each.
Mr. Dunsmuir has had another con-
fere' striking miners at
Nanauu--, . ■■ .< proposals woro absolutely rejected ana he has determined
to fill the places of the strikers.
Some improvements have lately boen
.made on the Pitt River road. The
■bad holes beyond the Mclnnes ranch
■ have been filled u\>, but it is a pity
itho large stones wore not removed,
Tho Czar and Czarina of Russia aro
-inseparable companions. They study
.'history, mathematics and political
•-economy together, ride together, imd,-
iwhen possibA, live a natural, flimplo
Jlife.
A flaw was discovered in tho shaft
tOf the Slope on her last trip, and she
lhas been hud over for repairs, tho En-
tterpriso rod Reliance taking her place.
iSho mav bo expected up next Wcdnes-
tdoy.
Quoen Vtitoria roftisos to ontortniu
anybody, rr-yaltv ov rfo't, ut Buckingham Palace for moro than Lhviiu days.
Sho wants It distinctly understood that
ahe is not keeping ft royal boarding
house.
About 17 niiVis of the Kuglo Pass
Wagon road have been completed, and
work is progressing -jatisfaotorily. Mr.
Sandford Fleming drove over tho road
a few days ago and pronounces it excellent.
On tho 3rd inst. the New York Sun
waa 60 years old. We have received
m copy of that date, accompanied by n
fao simile of the first number, issued
Sent. 3rd, 1833. The original Sun is
quite a curiosity.
Mr. Jos. L. Hunter, C. E., arrived
. In this city last night from Eagle Pass.
! He will proceed at once +e Victoria and
take chargo of the new surveys for the
island railway of which he has boon appointed chief engineer.
A steamboat made almost entirely
• of papor ia about to be launched ou
i the Onto river. It is twenty feot long,
; and' can carry several tons, Tha
i sheathing is of solid papor three-*
i eighths of an inch thick.
1 Tho fence round market square ia
'.-boing built of rough pickets. Surely
'this ia a groat mistake, Tho grounds
tare boing nicely levelled, tho building
Ha being tainted, and tho great rough,
ffenco will bo most unsightly.
Mr. Sandford Fleming and party
-.wilt probably reach this eity from Yale
ion Monday. He will remain in the
{province only long enough to perfect
pwu 'for .the Pacific cable, and will ro-
taunfy ths .Northern Pacific Railway.
Ostrich farming has its perils. At
Anaheim, Cal., the othor day, the
stocking that is drawn over the heads
of the birds while they are being
plucked slipped off from tiie nock of
one of the biggest male birds. Mr.
Sketchley, the pluoker, saw the accident just in time to make a lean for
tho fence. As he want over the bird's
foot struck a board with auch force as
- to aplinter it.
A Nebraska thief devotes his time
.. entirely to the larceny of hogs, and
with great success.   He goes forth bv
night armed with along stick, to which
...a sponge ia fastened, and a bottle of
. chloroform.     The porcine victim is
lulled to rest by tho aniosthotio and
then borne silently away.   The other
night one of   tho slumbering hogs
rolled out of the thief's waggon.   A
kind-hearted farmer who came along
the road assisted the thief to load up
again, amid profuse thanks.    When
tha farmer readied home he discovered
•/ the pig wu from hia own sty.
About §06,000 lmvo been spent in
laying sidewalks in Winnipeg during
tho present year, a total of 21 miles
having boen put down. Last year 29
miles woro laid at a cost of 8125,000.
The chief products of Washington
Territory in 1883 will be approxi-
mately: Five hundred million feet of
lumoer, 30,000 tons of coal, 25,000
cases of salmon, 2,500,000 pounds of
hops, 4,080,000 pounds of wool, 1,200
tone of iron, 8150,000 in gold and
silver, 25,000 tons of oats, 250,000
tons of wheat, 700,090 barrols of flour,
30,000 sacks of oysters, 30,000 barrels
of lime.
The largo force of railroad builders,
recently employed. by Mr. Montgomery on the Northern Pacific road between Portland and Kalama, about
1,000 in number, have been ordered
to Seattle, to work on the Cedar
river extension, in other wordB on the
Cascade branch of tho Northern Pacific railroad, between Seattle and the
common point in the Green River
valley. A large number of carts have
already arrived, as well as the first
installment of three hundred Chinamen,
Mr. Collingwood Schriebar, Chief
Engineer of the Dominion government
railways, has returned to Winnipeg
from a trip to British Columbia, where
he has been inspecting ths railway
from Port Moody to Kamloops. He
says the work between Port Moody
and a point 25 miles wost of Yale, the
whole distance between these places
being 91 miles, will be completed within two months, and tho contract calls
far completion by July, 1885. About
0,500 Chineso and 1,500 whito men
are employed on tho line.
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, when a 25 cent bottle of
Holloway's Corn Curo will remove thom T
Methodist Church.—Rov. E. Robson, pastor. Sorvico to morrow at
11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Sunday sohool
at 2:30.     Service   at Port Moody
2:30 p. m.
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Baiied.—Mr. I, B. Fisher nnd Mr.
Chas. MoDonough furnished bail for
Dr. Masters on Tuesday evening, and
he was liberated. The sureties gave
bonds for 92,500 each.
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Kootenay. — A lottor from Ft. Shepherd, dated the 1st inst., mentions the
arrival, on the 20th,ult, of the Kootenay and Columbia River Tratuipor"
tfttton C'j'b. steamer Alpha, from Victoria via Portland and Littlo ■ Balls.
Tho noxt day she cleared for Eagle
Pass, Columbia River, with Hon.
Judgo Lewis on board.
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SinrriNa Items.—Strs. Yosomito,"
Irving and Dunsmuir left for Victoria,
Yalo ond Nanaimo ou Wednesday
morning. Str. Enterprise arrived from
Victoria ut !) Wednesday night. Str.
Reliance loft for Yalo early Thursday
morning. Str. Yosomito arrived from
Victoria yestordny afternoon tit 1:35,
tho str. Irving arrived from Yalo at
5:10, and tho str. Reliance nt 0:50.
Tho str. Enterprise loft for Victoria
last night at 7:20.
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Hymenal.—On Tuesday last at tho
Reformed Episcopal church, Mr. R
0. Cridge. oldest son of tho Rov,
Bishop Cridge, wns married to a most
ostimable young ludy, Miss Abigail I.
Polley, daughter of tho Into James
Policy, Esq., of Pctersville, N. B.
The esteemed fathor $f the bridegroom olficiatod a; Iho interesting
ceremony, and thu happy couple received tho hoarly congratulations and
good wishes of a large circle of friends,
—Standard.
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Rather Mixed.—The British Columbia Judicial Imbroglio him heen
settled by Sir Alexander Campbell,
Minister of Militia nud Defence. Judgo
Walker will go to Kamloops, Judgo
MoReight to Now Westminster, Judgo
Begbie, to Goas, nnd Judgo Cray will
remain in Vi&rm — Montreal Wdnest,
Perhaps tho Wi nasi will lie good
enough to answer the following questions : When was Sir Aloxandof'inndo
minister of militia'( Who is Judgo Walker 1 Who is Judgo McReighU Where
is Ocas ?
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John Ho Bauds, —Last Sunday nfternoon, whilo some ladios and geiitlomon
woro sitting on the Brunette bridge,
two Chinamen camo running at full
speed from tho direction of Port Moody.
Thoy woro hatless, their t-uon s wore
flying wildly about, and thoy were gasping for breath, hi response to questions put by peoplo on tho bridgo they
mndn incoherent replies, but managed
to intimate that thoy wure pursued by
something "allae sr.ni;1 dug." They
darted over tho bridge, t. -y soon
tho amazod white peoplo o, '.ear
coming with all the speed uo -. 'Id
muster. It turned out, however, to be
a tame bear, and was secured and
brought down to Snpperton. It!-. supposed to havo escaped from port Moody,
and its intentions were doubtless of
the most friendly nature,
makes, an impression." Mr, Bonner
ought to be a good judge of suoh
things, ns a great part of the fortune
ho has amassed w.",s acquired through
judicious and persistent advertising.
City Council.—The Council met on
Wednesday night. Present—Couns.
Elliott, Johnston, Forris.Curtis.Deane,
Haslam and Dickinson. An account
froin J, Cunningham for $80 was ordered paid. The board of works recommended that tho workouColumbia
street be dono by day labor, and the
recommendation was adopted. Gilley,
Mooney & Co.'s tender for the ferry
wharf (9695) was accepted, provided
that the said work is completed by the
8th prox. An order was granted to
Murray & Clow, on account of agricultural hall. On motion it was ordered
that $2,000 be appropriated from the
loan fund for Columbia street, and that
work be commenced at once under the
superintendence of a competent person. The police court clerk was instructed not to pay any portion of the
linos imposed for the infraction of the
liquor law to any person except tha
city clerk. The mayor and ferry committee were authorized to complete
arrangements with the ferry contractors at once. Couns. Curtis and Ferris
were placed on the ferry committee.—
The board of works were authorized to
engage some person to superintend the
work on Montreal street. Tenders for
St. Patrick at. were ordered. Counoil
adjourned till next Monday night
^ About Tall   Grabs.—A Shadiao
fpntleman brings to our notice tha fol-
owing paragraph from Tite British Columbian of 8th Aug; " Mr. W, B. Ladner brought up the other day from hia
farm at Ladnera'a Landing some
timothy measuring 7 feet 2 inches in
length, the head being 114 inches.
Thero is plenty more on the farm nearly as large. In the Moncton (N. B.)
Times of Juae 13th notice is taken of
timothy 26 im. long 1 These Monton
fellows will please take a back seat."
The British Columbian editor ahould
be hung up in the sun to dry. He is
too " fresh." If he knew anything he
would knosr thst grass is just begining
to grow in New Brunswick from the
first to the middle of June. Tha grass
that would bo 38 in. long previous to
June 13th would be a good deal longer
by the 8th, of August.-Moncton Times,
Sept. 1.
Certainly; and the Monoton man'
might have added that the ears of
certain animals sometimes grow so long
that they may be tied in a knot at the
back of the head. If through any
cause tho Monoton editor's ears havo
been stunted, no one will be apt to mistake his species. When this paper
reaches him we presume New Brunswick gross will have ceased to grow for
the season—will he ba kind enough to
let us know how many feet it ia in
length, and how many thistles he expects to consume before next June!
 ♦
Amos Hudgin, Toronto, writes; "I
hnvo been a sufferer from Dyspepsia for
tho post six years. All the remedies I
tried proved useless, until Northrop k
Lyman s Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure wns brought under mv
notice. I have used two bottles with
the beat results, and can with confidence
recommend it to those afflicted in like
Tub Square.—-Wo are of opinion
that the chaingang Bhould commence
work on tho square first, and opon out
Mary st, afterwards. The rainy season may bo oxpected soon, when outdoor work will become extremely pro-
carious, and it is of tha greatest importance that tho square should bo
leveled oft' this season. If it is not,
it will bo useless for any purpose next
summer. Mr. Clarkson has generously offered to plant a number of
shade trees on the square if it is ready
in tho Bpring, and wo believe Mr.
Wintemuto will do thu samo. Trues
cannot bo planted too soon, fur it will
bo years boforo thoy havo reached a
size that will make thorn useful for
shade. It will bo a groat pity if
anothor season is Buffered to pass beforo wo havo a public square. Mary
st, and Clement st. can bu opened out
and grodod at any time aftor tho
square has been completed.
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Ai>vi;imsiNu Experience,—Robert
Bonner, of Now York, editor of the
Ledger and one of tho most successful
advertisers of tho day, snys of advertising in answer to a correspondent:
"One of tho points of good advertising
is to address tho same people ovor and
over again. For instance: Suppose
you wore introduced, with about 500
others, tu the President, the chances
aro that the President would not remember you. But if you hnd an opportunity of seeing him again, and
said, 'Mr. President, I am Charles
Wolsoy, of Rrookliu; Senator So-nud-
so did me the honor of introducing mo
to you,' nnd you did this two or threo
times, you would bo sure'to bo remembered. In the same way an advertisement presented onco is forgotten almost invnriably, and so thrown awny,
whilo ono presented three or four times
From Pitt River Bridge.
BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF  RIVER, PRAIRIE AND
MOUNTAIN.
Standing about the middle of tho
great railway bridge over tho Pitt
River one gets a view that can scarcely
be excelled in beauty anywhere in this
province of magnificent scenery. Tho
bridge is about a mile from the mouth
of Pitt River, and from' it tho
EYnzer nnd Douglns Island are distinctly seen. Looking towards Pitt
Lake, the smooth level prairie stretches
away to tho left until the Coquitlam
crossed. Boyond that river the
ground rison suddenly, and the curving
hill is thickly clad with bright-leafed
undorbrush with a background of stately DouglaH pine and cedar, tho dark
folliage and moss-covered branches forming a splendid contrast with other
leaves whose autumnal tints have drawn
heavily upon tho great laboratory of
nature. Tho prairie crosses Pitt River
nnd strotehoa awny to the right until it
nearly reaches Port Hammond. It is
almost as level ns tho proverbial table,
and is covered ovorywhero by a lux-
uricnt growth of wild graaB. Along the
banks of tho rivers, and boside somo of
tho sloughs, the view is partially broken by groups of small trees, hut. tho
elevated position of the observer enables him to see far beyond these obstructions. Tho windings of Pitt River
can be discerned until it almost reaches
tho lake. Thero is ruing ground directly in front, at a dlstanoe of three or
four miles, and beyond may be seen the
basin in which Pitt Lake lies. This
basin is almost coinpletley surrounded
by lofty mountains, with sharp peaks
stretching away up and crowned with
perpetual snow. The contour of tha
Pitt Lake mountains is singularly beautiful and grand. To the left of
these mountains mny bo seen distinctly
the mountain peaks boyond Burrard
Inlot, and to the right aro the Cascades. Across Fraser River stands
Mount Baker, ovor 15,000 feot high,
and always covered with snow aa far
down its stoop sides ns tho eye can discern. This grand mountain is about
00 miles distant, but in the pure air of
Uritish Columbia it seems to be not
more than 10. Everywhere tho eye
turns thoro is grandeur and beauty.
But soe, the bright outlines of this
sisterhood of mountains grows uncertain. The sun descends behind tho
great gloomy peaks beyond Port
Moody, and dark shadows lies across
the group before us, relieved by streaks
uf gorgeous colors where the expiring
rays find an opening here nnd there
between towering tops. The colors
quickly change, the tints grow soft nnd
mellow -tho crimson fades into blue,
and the Slue grows paler and paler until its color fades out vf sight. Tha
sun has gone; but away off in tho
direction of Mount Baker is seen tho
silvery light of the moon ns she rises
calmly over the graceful tops nf the
giant firs. As aha ascends the light
grows brighter till thq prairie, nud the
rivor, ana the grand mountains sand
back a reflection soft, subdued, but
distinct and lovely. A sunset from
Pitt River bridge must be seem to bo
appreciated, nnd uo one can behold it
without feeling how far the resourcea
of nature can surpass the imitations of
art. Thero aro nbout 30.000 acres of
land about Pitt River nniriea, and no
finer land can be found on thia continent. It is in great part rich, mellow
clay loam, from IJ to 3 feet deep, and
would produce enormously if brought
under cultivation. But nearly all thia
land overflow! in the spring, and it hu
been suffered to lie waste and profitless.
The expense uf dyking this prairie
would be less thnn it costs to clear
ordinary timber land, nnd when dyked
and drained it would be ready for the
plough. Pitt River and Pitt Luke aro
sure to become the resort of many tourists and- pleasure seekers. Tho lake
has numberless attractions, is easy of
access, and is just the place where
health and pleasure aud recreation may
be secured during tho summer months.
These waste lands will become most
valuable some day, and that day may
not now be far distant.
Prom tbe Interior.
Yaxe, Sept. 19.~-On Monday evening, George Kirkup while coupling the
cars up the lino was forced by the pilot
of the engine under the brake bar of a
car and had his right knee broken.
He was brought down to the hospital
here for treatment. An old man named
Holmes who has been choring around
town for some time past was found
dead in his cabin yesterday morning.
Spenob'b Bridge, Sept. 19.—Before
Justices Murray and Stevenson.—The
prisoner, Tom Wilson, after hearing
tho evidence pleaded guilty of having
broken into and stolon from the house
of Langley Bros,, 17 miles above horo,
about $500. The prisoner then lefj
for Lytton in charge of a constable for
trial at the coming assizes. Sandford
Fleming and son accompanied by
Principal Grant of Queen s College,
Kingston, arrived here at noon to-day
and proceeded on to Drynoch, the
residence of N. A. P. MacLeod. Mr.
Sandford Fleming was 28 days in making the trip from Winnipeg to Kamloops, 3 days rail to Calgarry and tho
rest of the timo on horseback through
the Selkirk range and Eagle Pass to
Kamloops. Tho party had a vory tiresome but highly successful trip. Three
horses belonging to Newman Squires
are here training for the great races.
Thero is a large amount of money subscribed and plenty of entries in all the
races. The coming races and games in
October will be by Ions odds the biggest event ever held in the upper country. ^ .	
Richmond Council.
Council met on the 17th inst., at
theTownhalL Tenders were received
from W. N. Stevis for contracts Nos.
1 and 2 but were not accepted. 'Che
board of works were authorized to have
tha work on these contracts done ; cost
of ditch not to exceed 93 per rod.
Tenders by Adam McDonald for contract No. 4 $0 per chain, was reserved,
and accepted.
NEWS FROM AU PARTS QF THE WORLD.
Winnipeg, Sept. 4.—Ex-Judge Miller will be sworn in to-morrow aa attorney general. It is understood Hon.
Mr. Sutherland will be appointed minister of agriculture. The writ for
Varonns is not yet issued. It is thought
Mr. Brigss will oppose Mr. Miller
there.   All is quiet ait Rat Portage.
' Montreal, Sept. 16.—The directors uf the Exchange bank resolved
this evening to suspend payment tomorrow, and to put the bank into
liquidation until tha'temporary pressure is over. Liabilities—$2,000,000
deposits, $430,000 circulation. Tha
last statement showed a surplus over
all liabilities, including half a million
capital. The cause of the suspension
ia over discounting and having a large
amount locked up by inactive estates
taken over from creditors. The directors say the circulation will be'met
promptly. There ia fear of commercial trouble.
Brookviui, Ind., rapt, 16.—For
several weeks a pair of Mormon elders
hnve been preaching in this county.
On Monday last Miss Annie, eighteen-
year old daughter of Mr, Adams, disappeared from her homo. Search was
instituted and she wus found concealed
in a houso at Cedar Grove, whero tho
elders were visiting. She had been
converted into tha ''Church of Jesus
Christ" by one of the elders, and had
been in hiding for several days before
she was discovered by her parents.
With the utmost difficulty sho was persuaded to return home, as she wished
to go lo ntnh. Last night tbe elders
wero found iu a house a few miles from
Laurel, about midnight. They received
a call from about J 50 able-bodied mon,
who escorted them to the woods, where
they made them strip and submit to a
coating of tar and feathers. They',,
were then threatened with lynching if
they aid not leave the country speedily,,
London, Sept. 10.—The latest returns from the agricultural districts of
England show a large increase in foot
and mouth diseases among cattle.
Chicago, Sept. 10.—D. L. Moody,
tha evangelist, preached at his old
house on Chicago avenue this morning. Admission was by card. The
church seats 2200. Cards were issued
to 3200, and aeout 3600 crowded into
the church, filling the aisles and vestibule!, and demonstrating that the
peoplo have lost none of tlieir regard
for their former pastor. The main
ontrauce was net available, owing to
a defootive sidewalk, and entrance wu
only possible at a narrow aide door.
The atreet was blocked before the
door wu opened, and when it turned
on ita hinges there was a great crush.
A number a woman aud children, unable to get out or in, wero seriously
hurt, and somo fainted after getting
inside. Tlie sermon of Mr. Moody
waa the usual fragmentary gospel
appeal, to 'which n number responded
for prayers. In tho afternoon lm tht-
livered a simple, illustrated talk to the
Sunday school children. In the
evening tha crush wns Bcurcoly \es*
tluu in tho morning, nud an --verltow
mecting was held in the lecture room,
Mr. Moody's convention of Christian
workers, to Inst three .l.iya, will begin
on Tuesday.
Canton, Sept. III.—Thore are now
7 Chinese gun boats moored alongside
the English and French inon*of-war.
Opposito tho foreign oflico placards .on
the wall Uneaten destruction of all
European property if the government
decides that indemnity will be paid
for damages done to property of Europeans during the recent riots.
San Francisco, Rent. 16.—The Call
aays : Tha Alta California has been
rmrohased by James A. Johnson, ex-
Lieutenant Govenor of tha State, and
present registrar of San Francisco, and
will be conducted as a morning Democratic paper as soon na tha necessary
arrangements and a formal transfer aro
made. The price paid for it wu in tho
neighborhood of $60,000,
Guaymab, Sept. 17.—Nearly all the
restaurant* an closed for want of help.
The celebration of Mexican independence was the saddest of all past years.
It iB now clearly established that the
disease raging > here is yellow fever*
All who can are fleeing from the city.
The medical corps is being reinforced
as rapidly as possible
London, Sept. 17.—The Standard's
Hongkong dispatch says that the severity of the blockade of Tonquin has
been ao far relaxed as to allow vessels
to proceed to their ports of destination
after being searched for articles contraband of war. There is great lack of
harmony between the French civil and
military authorities of Tonquin. It is
reported that the Marquis of Tzing will
leave London to day for Paris;
Dublin, Sept. 17.—Thero wu a mass
meeting of the.Irish National League
at Carrick-on-Shannon Sunday, at
which over 00,000 persons were present.
Thomas Power O'Connor, member of
Parliament for Galway, delivered a
striking speech in favor of home rule
for Ireland. The meeting adopted a
resolution declaring that the Irish National League would never ceue its efforts until a native Irish Parliment is
established. A largo meeting of the
League, wns nlso held at Malo, at
which William O'Brien, M. P., made
an address. He urged his hearers to
persevere in their determination to win
tho independence of Ireland from English (domination by peaceful means, if
possible, but to win it at all hazards.
London, Sept, 17,—The steamer
Athenian, with O'Donnell, the murderer of Carey, on board, has arrived
off Plymouth, O'Donnell maintains a
lazy demeanor nnd reiterates his former
statement that in kiiUng Carey he only
acted in self defence, and expresses
himself confldent of ncquital. O'Donnell states that he hu had a pleasant
voyage, not being hand-cuffed. His
custodian treated him with remarkable
kindness, allowing him to go up on
deck mornings and afternoons. His
meals were served in his cabin. O'Donnell has au Irish cast of countenance
and piercing black syes. He shook
hands heartily with tie detectives who
received him from the cabs, Holcomb
reported that O'Donnell says he don't
much mind being tried for murdering
Carey, but is afraid he will be recognized as a participant in other affairs.
Detectives who have charge of O'Donnell
say the railway oar in which O'Donnell will be conveyed to London the
carriage proceeding- and following it
will be filled with policemen.
London, Sept. 17.—A member of
Henry AL Stanley's party arrived at
M:\deria and reports that the French
burned Loango, because tha natives
refused to sell certain territory.
Pari*}, Sept. 19.—A Hongkong dispatch says: Nine thousand black flags
defended Sontag. The Chineso at Foo
Choo are restless and hostile to Europeans. A British gunboat hu been
ordered to anchor opposite the concessions. A correspondent say : The reports that tho difference between
China and France aro to be submitted
to the joint meditation of England and
America, are absolutely unfounded.
Dor an, Sept. 19. -The Cape government has seut its ultimatum to Gate*
wayo, demanding his surtender and if
not complied within ten days, troops
will be sent to arrest him.
London, Sept, 19.—Much anxiety
continues to be felt in Canton. It'
considered prohable that in cue of
another attack on the foreign concessions, the Chinese troops on the gunboats thero will mako common cause
with their counts-men. One hundred
British soldjera aru left at Hongkong
ready for action in cue of an emergency.
San Franoisco, Sept. 10—Special
agent Evens, sent by the treasury department to enquire into tho smuggling of Chinese into Wuhington Territory from British Columbia, gives it u
bis opinion that reports were greatly
exaggerated; but admits that lumbar-
men employ large numbers of, Chinese
dnd are willing to take all they can get
hold of without waiting to inquire
whoro tho Chinese come from. He
says personB he encountered in Wuhington Territory laughed at the matter
as a good joke. He concludes by saying thnt the reports were sent for the
sole purposo of having the customs
force at Part Townsend and other
points ou Puget Sound increased so hs
to make tliose places more important
in tho government service.
Nkw York, Sept. 19.— Grave rumors aro circulating hero respecting
the success of the Canadian Pacific.
Tho statement is made that the exodus from Manitoba so far hns reached
uu alarming proportion nnd that the
emigrants from the province exceed tho
number of emigrants into it. This appalling fact is not dented even by railway authorities, Those who have retimed Nero Bays thnfrthe cold in winter
iti ie inleiifo that ladie? (.'specially can-
nob leave their tires to go out nnd shop,
and therefore retailers nwnit soil
enough to iay exr •■!-» during the
winter months, Wit. heavy'freight
demanded by 11 ' .imdian Pacific railroad of one ceut per mile on cool and
grain prevents farmers from jbtaiuing
any profit from the sale of thoir grain
for export; and coal, an nrticlo nf
ntcessitv in sueh a climate, is so en-
lanced iu prico by the cost of (ramu-r.
latum, that living there is out nf the
question for poople who are |-oor.
These freight* are thechunpu->i nf their
charges, aud'as they have sole c-.ntr.-l
of all freights, their charges are enormous.
OlIIuAUO, Sept.  19.—Letters   from
LhhI'-ii  under date Sept. (Ith say foot
nml ninthh disease i< rui-tiitod sphuld-
ing rapidly in l-kfrtfunwifi-v.    Tno in-.
futitluii lias apptiatiid ui neatly overy
parish llO-t.Mirn |mlivt* .■ivwinn.   Thirty fresh mt'thi-oiik.-) »f foot and mouth
disease) were Npuilod to local author!-
t-v-, yontt-rdiiy morning, making n totnl
] uf rt'» ii.ft'-ttt-d [ilncos.   In the district
! of Tt-lerboro uud Grantham   homed
) vi'til* are  all   effected.   In   Norfolk
I -.nit-lure* fi-nt and mouth disease is re-
poit d sprceding, but is not traoenble to
K.ili-H or movement.    There are now
248 floats of disease in the country.
For woek ending first September 1043
cattle, 3093 sheep and 49 hogs wore
returned na affected.
9    9    9
For all troubles of the Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balaam. See adv. in another column.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province,—Adv.
. For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam, See adv. in
another column.
Ladies' trimmed and un-trimmed Hats
and Bonnets, at cost for cash, at James
Ellard k Co.'s. *
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and clothing, go to Jas. Ellard & Go's.
See adv. *
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B„
M. C. P^ft S. O.
Surgeon to Royal Columbian Hospital.
Medical Officer to the Asylum for
the Insane.
OFFHc< or. MeKeasle <t rinrkuui BU.
    (HClHC)
THE
HASTINGS, B.
FOR SALE BY
JAS. CUNNINGHAM ft CO.
.  (Mitts)
ORGANS
HANOS
MUSIC.
T. B. PEARSON & GO.,
COLUMBIA STBEET,
New   Westminster   B, C.
    (sal5tc)
[L.S.]
CLEME-N.T F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCEOF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain mon real and direct nourishment than 200 lbs, of Lie-
big's or any similar extract of beef. Tho
British Government analyst has pronounced it the most perfect food he ever
examined. For sale by D. B. Curtis k
Co. jy4-8m.
T, B. Pearson k Co, have just opened
ont a very large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of England common prayer and hymn books.
They are the finest ever shown in tbe
city.--.-tdv.
T. U. Pearson ft Co. will receive iub-
scriptions for that excellent monthly,
Resources nf British Columbia, $2 a year,
A full supply of tho first numbers on
baud.—Adv.
Dress Goods to aU the latest styles.
cheap tor cash, at -James Ellard ft Co.'s'
VICTORIA, by tlie Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen, Defender
of the Faith, ke., ftc, ftc.
To Our faithful the .Members elected to
serve in the Legislative Assembly of
Our Province of British Columbia,
and summoned and  called to a
meeting of the Legislature or
Parliament of Our said Province, at Our city of Viotoria
on Thursday, tho 13th day
of Sept. instant, to have
been commenced and
held, and every of
you-GREE-ritto
A PROCLAMATION.
Albx. E. B. Davie, 1 TTTHEREAS,
Attorney-General, ) YV the meeting
of the Legislature or Parliament of the
Province of British Columbia, stands
called for Thursday, the Thirteenth day of
Sept. instant, at which* time, at Our City
of Victoria, you were held and. constrained to appear.
Now know ye, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the ease and convenience of
Our loving subjects, We have thought
fit, by and with the advice of Our Executive Council of tbe Provinco of British Columbia, to relieve you, and each of
you; of ymr attendance at the time
aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by
these presents enjoining you, and each of
you, tlmt ou Thursday, the 15th day
of the month of November next*
you meet Ub in Our Bald Legislature or
Parliament of the said Province, at Our
City of V n-ia, and therein do as may
seem n- ci . imy.. Herein fail not.
In 1 stiiiiony   Whereof,   Wc have
caused Uicsu Our Letters to be made
Patent, and the Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed:    Witness,   the   Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,  Lieutenant-Governor of
Our said Province of Uritish Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Proviuce, this Sixth day of Sept., in the
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-three, and in the
forty-seventh year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
jylS-td] Provincial Secretary.
PROSPECTUS
St Louis College!
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
in British Columbia. The prospect Is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, ina the facilities for bathing and
boating; are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Booms. Suites of apartments for families or parties, The Bar
is entirely detatohed from tha main
building.
OT The Hotel Is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black,
First-class stabling and feed for Hors-
ei. Busses to and from Now Westminster twice a day.
QEO. BLACK,
jy28tc i Proprietor.
lUilvnrtMitfWWUItabuiiufttwifeTtWM
THE WAT II WILL AFFECT YOU.
THIS INSTITUTION IS UNDER
the patronage of His Lordship tho
Right U«v. Bishop D'Hdrbomez, O.M.L,
Vicar Apostolic of British Columbia, and
Ib conducted by tho R. R. Fathers Ob-
lutes of Mary Immaculate,
GENERAL   REGULATIONS.
Every pupil entering tlie College is examined nml plated iu the class host
adapted to hia previous attainments.
Meinhui-H o[ every religious denomination -tr-) i-occlvcd, provided they be willing, for the sake of good order, to con
form to tho ueucml regulations of the
College.
Pupil*- m i-at all Uirios under the supervision of tlio l'rrfiHit or Tutor. Perfect
discipline is strictly hut kindly enforced.
Tim greatest care is taken to nourish
in the luiuds of t-tmli-niH sound principles
of virtue nnd morality.
Hi-ports niu sont every month to parents, showing the conduct, application
nnd relative standiug of their sons, and
giving Information nWut their health
and other inattors of s|H>ctnl interest.
The scholastic yeur m divided into two
torms bi'giiiuiug respectively on the first
Monday of September and on the first
day of February. There being no recess
at Christmas or Easter, Btudeuts may
not then be withdrawn front their studies.
Vacation Iwgins in the lost weok ot
Juno and ends on 1st September.
OOURSEOF INSTRUCTION.
Ancient aud Modern Classics, Moral
Philosophy, Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics—Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra, aud Arithmetic, Writ
ing, Book-keeping, Ancient and Modern
History, Geography aud the use of the
Globes, Drawing, and Music—vocal ud
instrumental.
Particular attention is. paid to tht
Elementary and Commercial Departments,
TERMS (Payable In Advance}!
Bonrd nml Tuition, per Session,       |7B M
WashfiiKamlMendlnttperBeMlon, 1000
Beit andBedding, -' f 00
Ink, Pens, and Pencils.      '• 100
Halt Bourdon, " tt 00
Day *t?liolaw (Henlor r*pU. pernio., 100
•» Junior   *r «        100
The outfit of each student musk comprise at least two suits of clothes, six
shirts, six pocket handkerchiefs, lis
pairs of socks, four towels, throe pairs of
loots or shoes, two hats, one cap, ono
overcoat, brushes and toilet articles.
Books, Stationery, etc., may be procured at tho College, in which case*
sum equivalent to the required expense
must be deposited with th* Bursar.
For further particulars apply to
Riv. Father MoGvoeim , O.M.L.
aullinl T/icddenWf the College.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes' the secretions and purifies the
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
the 'liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Such is
TUB IMMEDIATE AND SATISFACTORY EFFECT that it is warranted to break up the
■most distressing cough in a few hours'
time, if not of too long standing. It it
warranted to give entire satisfaction,
even in the uwst coiijinned cases of Consumption! It is warranted not to produce
costiveness (which is the case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. /( is warranted to be perfectly harmless to the most
delicate child, although it is on active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Luno Balsam will prevent it if
only taken iu time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to curo them with their own medicines, we would recommend to give Allen's Lung. Balsam a trial. Sold by all
Druggists, je30-lm.
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pip*
and Pipe  Fittings in. Endless
Variety.    All kinds of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Doue iu neatest style and most thorough
manner.
Home Fmnisuiiig Ms
Of every description on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLiFS
'And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLAR&CO
Wholesale dealers ft Manufacturers,
Columbia   Street,   New Westminster.
my 19-to.
U. S. CURTIS. I. CLARKE, U. V.
LimiiA
DEECT IMPORTERS
t
And wholesale and retail dealers in
Drngs&Chemical^
Ptftent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamp* and Lamp Goods, etc.
Oils of Every Description.
Sol. Agents lor
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
myS-ts).
Foi 3-irls.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lam Pmhcifai,    ■   MISS DAWSON
VioiPuhoiul,- MISS K. DAWSON
For terms for Boarders ud Day sohol-
C. E. WOODS,
Hon. Secretary.
an, i
jy7-to]
C. D. RAND,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
COLLECTOR, CONVEYANCER AND
INSURANCE AGENT,
Columbia Street opposite Post Office,
NEW WESTMINSTBR, B. C.
. Residents or strangers desirous of buying or selling property in New Westminster oity, Fort Moody orelsewher.
in the district can obtain reliable Irior-
nation by comtmmictlnw; with the above.
All conunuvlons vill be executed with
promptness and vigor. First .class references. anS-to.
-AND	
KYLE
Wholesale Grocers
LIQUOR DEALERS,
 AND—
Commission Merchants!
FRONT STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
—Agents for tho-
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
—And the-
TUBS' UFE UB BR
INSURANCE CO.
 lya-to.
j. l mora,
-IMPORTER,-
k
MERCHANT.
FRONT ST., • NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ofieis for sale
FLOUR!
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS,
^m.i«a°*
OILCAKE,
OATS,
OATMEAL.
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS, BACON,   LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agent for Pacific Cosst Steamship Co.
aul-to,
WEBB'S.
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Shotguns, Rifles, Revolvers go to
If you want a day's sport, call at
•x—mmm-m
Cartridges, Powder and Shot buy at
Fish-hooks, Flies, Lines and Bod. see
For fragrant Cigars * Tobacco use
Mcor.ch.om, Briar and Wood Pipes goto
•eta
Tobacco Pouches, Purses, Match Safas
Spectacles, Reading and Eye Glaaws
that you can see through al
Pocket Knives, Raton k Scissors, gat
•WMummrm.
Playing Cuds, Die k Cheques sm
Machin. Needle., Oil It Attschmauts, try
What yon oantiot get elHwhw*
WHO 13 WEBB?
CALL AND SEE.
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. ©nv §torfi.
NELLIE'S MEMORIES.
(Contlnned.)
"Trust a woman's quick wit,.Hor-
wald; remember, I have Been you in
four coats already since yosterday
afternoon! besides, I saw evidences of
fastidious taste at the first glance at
you."
Herwald laughed guiltily. "Well,
if you don't call it comfortable, what
do you think of this?" opening an inner doorj "my father hnd this fitted
op for me as a smoking-room when I
camo back from college, and though 1
have since given up the odorous weed,
I still ubo it as a snuggery."
A snuggery it waB, such a tiny,
warm-looking room, with crimson
couch, carpet, and curtains, a tiger-
skin serving for hearth-rug, and a caso
of handsome meerschaum pipes over
the chimney-piece.
"When my college chums como to
»tay with me, we always adjourn here
beforo bodtimo, and many a time have
we seen the small hours in with talk
and jest and Bong, when tho dear old
father thought us asleep; Allan mixing grog for us out of that tiny brass
kettle."
"Grog, Herwald!"
"Well, I never cared for it, but
Vincent nnd St. Clair did, and I
wonld not stint them, and it did not
taste badly; and now I am alone of an
evening, when the library feels large
and dull, I come and read myself
sleepy in my snuggery. Woll, Simpson, what is it?" as we became aware
of the pale-faced young footman standing at the door.
"Please, sir, the luncheon is served
and Mr. and Miss Rivers are in the
drawing-room"
"In the long drawing-room, did you
say, Simpsonl"
"Ym, sir."
"Take the horses round to tho
stables, and let Thompson rub them
down and give them a feed, and tell
Mr. .Rivers I will bo with him in
a minute."
' On Simpson's exit Herwald's calm,
deliberate manner changed to one of
vexation. "What an intolerable nuisance having luncheon visitors. I cer
tainly did hope to have you aU to myself for one whole day at least, and
just as we had planned an afternoon
drive to show you Pendle Hill and
Whalley Abbey."
"But must they stop to lunch?" I
asked, anxiously, for strangers were
particularly distasteful to me just now.
"Of course, they have oome for that
purpose. Most likely they have been
out riding all the morning, and have
taken us on their way back. We
Lancashire folks are very fond of these
morning visits. Come along, Nellie;
we must not keep them waiting.
Maud Rivers is rather a formidable
young lady."
"One instant; Imu»t just put my
hair straight."
"Nonsense. Don't be bo affected;
you are perfectly neat. I do like hair
to look like hair, and not plastered
down liko Miss Rivers', till it resembles a brown silk skull-cap."
My last excuse being thus removed,
we went down-stairs, and I found myself being conducted through those
terrible alleys of chairs and tables as
swiftly as I could go.
"Pardon' me for bo long keeping
you waiting, but we wero in the picture gallery. Mr. Rivers—Miss Mortimer, my lata guardian's daughter."
A tall, fresh-colored man, with
bushy snow-whito whiskers and hair,
came forward with a pleasant smilo,
and shook me heartily by the hand.
"I was not aware your guardian had
a daughter, but I am very happy to
make her acquaintance, ana hor
brother's also," as he cordially acknowledged Dudley's greeting; and then
Dudley turned and introduced me to
Miss Rivers, who responded in a perfectly well-bred though somewhat
haughty manner. Without exception,
Miss Rivers was the most striking-
looking girl I had ever seon; tho most
striking and tho tallest, and her great
height was further increased by the
singularly long arching throat and
slender build of figure, which was
aided also by the straight, narrow
folds of her riding-habit. Dudley
wickedly said afterwards that she was
only length without breadth, which
idea amused Herwald hugely. She
had a fine atatueaque face, colorless,
and when at rest rather inanimate,
large blue-gray eyes, and the' moat
peculiar hair possible. Herwald's conceit, of "brown silk skull-cap," was
certainly very true, for Miss Rivers'
hair lay in close, thick folds, almost as
if glued to the head. Certainly most
extraordinary hair, so silky in quality,
ud so abundant in length,-that if
those heavy coila of plaits wero unloosened, they must reach at least to
the knee, and yet dead-crown in color,
shadowless, if I may so call it; no
ruddy or golden lights for admirers
to wrangle over; no ripply waves;
batter, far better, Louie's Borgia head
than this.
Perhaps Herwald did not think so;
anyhow he was polite enough to the
young lady, disarming' her of her
gloves and whip, and urging her to
lay aside her riding beaver.
"I do not know that I shall, she
said, in an abrupt, but not unpleasant
voice, though it was scarcely as gontly
modulated as I love to hear. "I do
not know that I shall, if only to punish you for your unneighborlinesa, in
not coming to soe ub before. How
long have you been at homo, sir]'1
"Only three weeks."
"Only three weeks! hear him papa!
three weeks, and never been near the
Cedars to report yourself, after all
your fine promises at Paris too!"
"i" assure you, Miss Rivers, my
long absence from home haa accumulated business to such an extent that
I have scarcely yet had time to look
my affairs properly in the face, and
have really crossed .10 threshold but
my own."
"Oh, you are always ready with an
noun, bnt we are not going to let
yon off to easily. I know your misanthropical views, and have detormined
to combat them, though I must say
they Mem to agree with you; you
look u if you have taken a new lease
of life, so wretchedly ill as you ap.
peered before."
"I wish I could return the compti-
mont; you have lost evon the few
rows you oould boast." .
"Fie. what a protty compliment for
ft gentleman to mako! but I believe
sre right, and I am looking awful
Pftle; th. season this year has beer
killing, besides which, papa and the
you sre
lTPaale;
th* doctor, uy I paint too much."
"Js thi. true, Miss Rivers!" asked
H.rwald, demurely.
"Well, I suppose it is; when I am
. not riding with papa or out with the
dog., I »m in th. studio; that is to
My, when we are.at Sabden; for of
course in London I can't paint so
muoh."
"But you will injure your health;
indeed, you ahould moderate your
ambition, if only to please your father." And as he said this I could not
detect if Herwald's tone of interest
wore real or feigned.
"Oh, you know,! never do things
by halves," and she laughed; "it is
better to wear out than to rust out."
'It iB better to do neither."
Oh, Mr. Delorme, what a serious
face! by tho bye have you hung your
Guidoyet?"
Herwald changed color and shook
his head.
"Why not, you lazy lover of art"'
"Because, because, I have not had
the heart to touch the paokoges, thoy
are in their wrappings still;" and rising
and offering his arm abruptly, lot me
take you in to luncheon."
Perhaps Maud Rivers was more
womanly at heart than appeared, for
her oolor rose as Bhe accepted it, and
I heard her say, "Forgive me, I waB
thoughtless in montiomng it, but you
remember it was. the object 'of my
idolatry at Rome.".
Mr. Rivers and I followed, Dudley
bringing up the rear. I marveled to
soe Herwald head the table with such
easo and grace of manner; I marveled
and admired. And yet it was not the
same Herwald Bomehow that talked
with mo in the library this very morning. Thero was the same self-confidence, but not tho same frankness and
open-hearted gayety; in its place was
a certain haughty nonchalance of
bearing, something indolent and provoking withal; and undorneath the
quiet weirds and gestures I deteoted a
half-veiled raillery, that savored to my
mind of satire. ..
I folt that if we had mot ot Brat in
that manner, I should long ago have
been annihilated. Yet Miss Rivers
seemed to liko it; she answered each
parry with a dexterous home thrust
of her own, and 'as Herwald never
forgot the gallantry duo to a lady,
their wordy strife flowed on harmoniously, though I myself waxed giddy
in the warm encounter of wits, Oft-
wald strove to draw me into the conversation once or twice, but Miss
Rivers' hauteur and'my oxceasive shyness forbade his efforts, so I sat and
listened to Dudley and Mr. Rivors as
thoy argued on seme knotty point 111
the politics of tho day. I had often
heard my father talk on these sub-
jeote, but Hot Dudley, owing, I believe, to his modest Bilence in tho
presence of men older thon n™""!
but now, representing as he did the
head of the house, he boro himself
and spoke "as one who hod authority,
and I felt very proud of him, for I
saw Mr. Rivera waa struck with tho
clear conoiBeness of his speech, and
tha breadth and liberality of his views,
and was talking as to his equal in
mind and oge. When I toned my
attention from them at last, Miss
Rivers was saying—
"I will forgive vou your past transgressions, Mr. Delorme, nnd grant you
full absolution, if you will como lo ua
ou Mondoy; ny, I will respect your
misanthropy, and no one but Mr.
Olive shall be asked to meet you, so
you need moke no excuse."
"Thanks, Mies Rivers, but I cannot
possibly avail myself of your kind
invitation, for a host cannot well leave
hia guests to amuse themselves in hi.
absence."
Miss Rivors bit her lip.
"I did not know your friends would
be with you then, but that shall not
be ony hinderance; you imiBt Buffer
me to extend the invitation to thom
also;" and turning to mo with a gra-
ciouB Bmile-"You will allow us to
prove how gladly wo shall wolooraoMr.
Delormo's friendB, will you not, M'bs
Mortimer?"
I did not answer, but looked at
Horwald imploringly. He did not
seem well pleased ot my silence, and
snid quickly—
"You aro very kind, indeed, and
Nellie, I know, thinks so; but I am
afraid she feck tho days aro yet early
for going among strangers, ond so you
must please oxousu us."
"I cannot allow you to Bpeak of
as strangers, and to put me off with
auoh scruplos; Miss Mortimer must
test tho hospitality of the north; what
I am asking you for is a plain family
dinner, no one but papa nud 1, and
not a aoul to meet, juat our luncheon
party, and no moro."
"Is not Mr. Olive a living Boul,
then?"
"Oh, ho i» no one; he is 0 neces>ary
appendage, that ia all; but we will dispense with him if you like. Oome,
you must not refuBe me."
Thus stronriy urged, Herwald,
though with visiblo reluctance, accepted for us oil, and Miss Rivers,
without 0 Bocond look at me, gayly
gave the signal for departure.
"Order the horses?" said the courteous host, "nay, not so Boon; may I
not challengo you firat to a game of
billiards, Mr. Rivers?"
"Thanks, not to-day, Maud has afternoon visitors, and cannot dr "*y."
"Don't be later than eix," was
Maud's only remark, as we stood together in the hall, while Horwald ran
to fetch her hat and whip, and then
went out on the door-step to watch for
the horses; as he did bo, a piping voice
cried—
"Uncle Herry, Uncle Herry! nnd
Rill ran up the lawn, whoro she had
been airing horself with a large parasol.
"Ay, sweetheart, there you are,"
and Horwald lifted her up in his arms,
where, spanning his face with chubby
hands, she played nt hide-and-seek
kisses.
"Oome and speaa to tho lady, he
aaid, putting her down. Rill, docito
for onoe, suffered horself to be trotted
along to Miss Rivers. j
"Nice ohild," said she, tapping hor
on the curls with her whip, and never
stooping to caress- or speak to her.
"Are tho horsea up?" and from tbat
moment I felt I disliked Maud Rivers,
Herwald did not seem to, or why
was ho so long arranging the folds of
her habit, as he placed her in the saddle, while sho stopped so low to him
that the feathers on her hat touched
his face; and why, whon they were
fairly off, did he linger watching them,
till she, turning, saw him and waved
her hand, and .thon he hastily entered
tlio house.
"On with yonr hat, Nellie; the car
riage is coming round, and we can
have our promised excursion after all
don't be long; may Rill go too T
"Ot course she may, if she will not.
crowd you."
"Crowd, this tiny lady orowd us!
nonsense, oome along, Kill," and as
he caught her up eagerly, "Nellie, I
have an idea. I think I will not marry
till Rill grows up; you will be my
'wee wine,' won't yuu, Rill ?"
"Wee wifio" was too much engaged
in proudly smoothing tho growing
mustache to answer, but as he went
lightly up the low broad stairs with
his burden, I could see the dimpling
arms clasped tightly round the neck of
Uncle Herry.
(To lie Gotitluupil.)
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in
another column.
Public Works Department.
COTTONWOOD CANYON, FRASER
RIVER.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the
Dominion Government Agent at Victoria, superscribed ae above, will be received at this oflico up to 12 noon of
Monday, October thb 15th next, for
tbe removal of certain Rocks which impede navigation at the above point.
Specification of the work to be done
and Flan showing position <tf rocks and
approximate quantities of rock to be removed may be Been at this office on and
after 15th September inst,, and at the
office of Messrs Reid k Hudson, Ques-
nellcmouth, on and after 22nd September inst., but the Government will not
guarantee or bo answerable for the correctness of the Finn or of the approximate quantities therein stated.
Tenders aro to state the prico per cubic yard.
Each tender must bo accompanied by
an accepted Bank Cheque or Certificate
of Deposit for the sum of $500, payable
to the order of tho Dominion Government Agent, which will bo forfeited if
the Tenderer decline to enter into a compact whon called upon to do so or if ho
fail to complete the work contracted for.
If the tender be not accepted the
Cheque or Certificate of Deposit will be
returned.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
H. S. ROEBUCK,
Secretary.
Offico of tho Dominion Gov't Agent,
Viotoria, B. C, 8th Sept., 1883.
(se!2td)   '	
NOTICE
BY THE AOT 46 VICT., CHAP.
28, respecting Certificates to Masters and Mates oi inland and coasting
Ships:
After tlie lst January, A. D. 1884, no
sailing vessel or steamship registered in
Canada, over 100 tons register tonnage,
shall go to any port or place iu Canada
on a voyage to any port or place in Canada or in Newfoundland, or in the United
States of America, or bo licensed or al
lowed to ply on any Canadian water un-
leas the Master thereof has obtained and
possesses a valid certificate o'f competency or Bervicc as master for inland or
coasting ships of the class to which auch
ship belongs, from tho Minister oi .Marine and Mtiheries, or a valid ci tificatc
of competency or service as master, for
sea-going ships, from the said Minister,
or a valid certificate of competency as
master for foreign-going ships, from the
Board of Trado in the United Kingdom,
or a valid certificate of competency as
master, granted in any British posses-
sion; nor shall any nhip registered in
Cannda, and over HOt. . na register ton-
page, nor auy steamship so registered
and allowed by law to carry more than
forty passengers, go from any port or
place in Canada on a voyage to any port
or place in Canadn "r in Newfoundland,
or in the United States of America, unless
such ship carries also a mate who has obtained a valid certificate of competency
or service as such mate, granted by some
such authority ns aforesaid.
Applications for certificates to be madt
to the undersigned.
F. REVELY,
Agent Marine k Fisheries.
Victoria, B. C, 10th September, 1883..
(se!2ml)
RIMER'S OAK
CHILLIWHACK, B.G.
J.C. HENDERSON,
Jobbing and Retail Dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
TTTE WISH TO THANK OUR Numerous customers for their liberal patronage and support during the past two
years, and we hope to manage the business in such a way as to secure a continuance and increase in the same. Remember, we buy largely, and are prepared to sell as
Low as any OttieF House
In the Province) as we carry the Largest
Stock on the Mainland (out**ide of New
Westminster).   Our stock consists of
C.Q. MAJOR
Importer and dealer Id
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Dry (ioods,
Glass k Putty,
Notions,
Drags,
Underwear,
Patent Medicines,
Clothing,
Ropes,
lilts t Caps,
Hardware,
Books* Slnt lon'r Farm Implements
Doors.
Carpenters'Tools,
Windows,
Wooden Ware,
Kails,
Paints t Oils,   .
Groceries,
Brushes,
Provisions,
Furniture,
Boots t Shoes,
Lumber,
Crocker-',
Wall Paper,
Qlauware,
Ktc, Ktc.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy and Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget that we take all kinds of
Farm Produce, at Market Rates, in exchange for goods,
CTAU book accounts for J8S2 and 1883
must .lm closed by lst October, 1883,
without fail.
A Clearance Sate to commence Ist
September, 1888, for 80 days.   .
CHEAP JACK,
THE RANCHERS'PAPOOSE.
•e!».6m,
Direct Importation
r ppnuiti
4 WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.**-
NEW
GoodS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains.
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
White and Brown Turkish.Huckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen.
3STB"W
L, UIIUVVI1
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of ohoico
Wines,
Spirits,
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices,
liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, In constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllby'ii  London-
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOI.T7MBIA   SXB33IT,
New Westminster,   B, O.
Canadian Pacific Railway
yCsoi...'.:.
NEW   SCHEDULE
—of—
TOT AG-ESS
—FOR—
WHITE LABOR
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
$500 REWARD
AREWARb OP $500 IS OFFER,
ed for the arrest and delivery to
the police authorities in British Columbia of Charles Anderson, alios Alfred
Smith, alias Peter Michael Kapplemaier,
a German sailor, suspected of tho murder of Henry Hesse, at New Westminster, on or about August 25th, 1883)
DESCRIPTION—About 5 foet 7 inch-
high, dark complexion, a little dark
moustache, no beard or whiskers, eyes
brown or gray, about 24 years of ago,
erect and well built, wore dark olothoB
when lost seen.
By Command,
seSml
C. TODD,
Supt. of P6lioe,
ERITISH  COLUMBIA
Everything in
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you doirt see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.Q. MAJOR
Importer ind dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
-AND-
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
The Government of  British Columbia
has established an
A|T NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And. all pecsons wishing to obtain authentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to tho Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and it) resources will be
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, are Invited to place themselves
ticulars should be furnished as to the
in communication vith the Agent.   Par-
kind of employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possiblo, to fill applications.
Office—Court House. Building, Market Square, New Westminster, B. C.
je20tc.]
Immigration Agent,
1TOTIOB.
COUNTY COURTS WILL BE HELD
at the times and places following;
Victoria, on ThursdAy, the Oth September, 1883, and thereafter on the first
Thursday of every month.
New Westminster, on Wednesday,,
tbe 5th September, 1883, and thereafter
on the first Wednesday of evory month.
Namaimo, on Wednesday, the fith
September, 1883, and thereafter on the
first Wednesday of ovory month.
Yale, ou Thursday, 27th September,
1883, and on Thursday, tho 25th Octo-
b% 1SS3.
Riohfield, on Monday, 10th September, 1383.
Quksnkllkmouth, Monday, 17th September, 1883.
Soda Crfek, on Thursday, 20th September, 1883.
Clinton, on Moudav, 1st October,
1883.   ■
Cache Creek, on Thursday, 4th Octo
ber, 1883.
KAJaoors, on Monday, 8th October,
1883.'
Lytton, on Thursday, 18th October,
1883.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretory.
Provinekd Secretary's Office,
17th August, 18S.J. auS2td
BOY WANTED.
AN INTELLIGENT BOY WHO
can read and write Is wanted to
leant the printing .business. Apply at
this offico, soltc
Municipal Notice.
ALL VEESONS AEE HEREBY NO.
titled that tho provisions of the
Municipal By-Laws will be strictly on-
forced.   .     HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
New Westminster, July 10,1883.   [te
Royal Columbian Hospital
MR. W. H. KEARY IS AUTHOR-
Ized to collect subscriptions for
the   Royal Columbian  Hospital.   The
giving this most useful institution their
warm support.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
President.
N. \\\, Aug. 30,1883. selml
RBEAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every steamer, and is
prepared to sell at the following prices:
Poaohes,.pcr box. '.- 81 7G
Apples, per box  1 00
Pears, per box  1 00
Apricots, per box  1 75
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  125.
Oranges, 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Lemons, — 35 ® 50 cents per doz
Acapulco Limes,'. .25.® 50 cents per doz
Green Corn, 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Tomatoes, 12J cents per pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP,
je27-to. Victoria.
N OTI OE
IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT I IN-
tcud to make application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land
m tie Land Recording- District of
Osoyoos, and described as follows:
Northeast and northwest quarter of section 6, and eastern half of section 7,
township 50. J. C. HAYNES.
. Oioyoo, 16th July, 1883. [ml-2m
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
no person can'vote for or against
the" "New Westminster Loon Bylaw,
1883," unless thoy have paid all municipal taxes prior to the 21st day of August, 1E83.
By Ordor,
JAMES ORR, 0. M. C.
New West., August 14,1883.      aul5to
Land Registry Ordinance. 1870.
Lot No.SSS, Block XXIII, City cf New
Westminster,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEAS-
Ible title to the above mentioned lot
wlU be issued to Elizabeth Kathleen
Black on the First Dar of October)
next; unless In tbo meantime a valid objection thereto be made to the under
signed, in writing, by somo person
claiming an estate or interest in Baid lot,
or any part thereof.
H.B.W. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General.
Land Registry Office,
28th June, 1883. [ja30-td
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEAUCHAMP'S
D. B. GRANT,
Queen St.. - Fort Mood;
 DEALER IS	
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in the above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at the Terminus City and else
whore with everything generally found
in a first-class store. All goods sold at
the lowest cash prices,
Camping Outfits or nil kinds.
apl4te D. B. GRANT.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers .',...... .$125 00 per month.
Book Foremen... ,(S 50 to $4 00 f day
Earth Foremen... 2 60 to   3 50    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to  4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst olass  3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2n3olsss  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to fl 50 "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to 3 60 "
Blacksmiths,   lst
olass. S60 , "
Blacksmith.,   2nd
olass 300 "
Blacksmith Help-        . .
ns  1 60 to  200    "
Drillers.  2 00 to 2 26    "
Laborers  1 75 to 2 00     "
Hewers, lst class   3 60 "
Choppers, 1st elan 2 00 to 2 60    "
Scorers, lst class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hoars per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their on
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—14 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ,
ees to board In the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each mouth.
ONDERDONK,
General M.naukb,
A.
Omci on mi Cosmuortms,
Caxamah Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
MuHICIPALITYofSEEET
NOTICE.
THE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE
Municipality of Sumy having
been returned and revised, the taxes
are now due and payable to me at my
offico, and all taies not paid on or before
The First Dny of October, will, bode-
linquent, and Interest at the rate of one
per cent, per month will he added then,
to and oouected thereon.   " ■
HENRY T. THRIFT, Collector.
je28-td] Clover Valley, Surrey.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male tenchor for Prairie school.
Duties to commence nt the beginning of
next terra.   Apply to
A. INNES, Sec'y,
jy-i-tc] Langley.
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will be paid unless supplied by nn order from the Mayor
or some member of tbe Council.
By Ordor.
JAMES ORR, C.M.C.
New Westminster, July 17, 1883.  [18-tc
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to present their Pass Books for insertion of interest up to tho 30th June,
18S3. G. PITTENDRIGH, Agt.
N. W., July 11,1883.       [jyll*3m.
GEM JARS.
JELLY GLASSES,
CHEAP TUMBLERS,
 AND	
Bottlin.gr "Wax
 AT—
C. G. MAJOR'S.
 JyBl-to	
Frank Siddall's Soap
FDRISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
rUffi ABOVE ARTICLE HAVI G
been tried by nearly every lady In
's littlo or node
T
town with success, needs
Bcriptlon, but for strangore the following
is printcd:~It does tho washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed}
little or no rubbing ou the board; blue
not needed? does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
does two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, It becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true.
The undersigned being the first to Introduce It, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize hiin. Orders kindly received
by Ellard ft Co., at the Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Soap supplied
at Mr, O. G. Major*!, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
Doing well known ae agent for all
newspapers, magazines, arid books sold
by agents only, f need no introduction.
To those out of town, a lottor will receive
prompt attention. Address
r    * H. W. HUGHES,
mbSl Now West,, B. 0.
IN PROBATE.
In the matter of JOHN BURNS, deceased.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE ABOVE
Estate are requested to send their
proved accounts to the undersigned before tho 30th September, and all persons
iiulelijjid to the Estate must settle suoh
debts before that date,
lst   September,  1883.
selml
E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
.A.11 Saint's
fission School
NICOLA VALLEY.
Lady Principal •
■ MISS WESTON
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION.
For twins for Boarders apply to
JOHN CLAPPERTON,
jy7-3m] Hon. Secretary.
New Goods
New Goods
WM IWCOLL
Is constantly receiving now goods
consisting In part of
ECRTT   C2O01DS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stono building, Columbia
streot, rnyi6.tc.
DR. SPINNEY & G0:S'
DISPENSARY,
KG. 11 .KEABNEY STBEET,'
SAN FBAN0ISG0, GAL.
DR. HPINNKY, well known ns tht Ana-
dor of the Montreal, (0. E.) Medical InMl-
tnte, iind lute Proprietor of the BPINNKY VILLI
INFIRMARY, would most roHpectfully Inform
hit* patients and the-ai-QIrtod generally, that lit.
■till continues to treat chronic and nervoua dis*
isos with unparalleled success.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Remumbcr that procrastination li the tblef of
time no
COIHE AND BE HEALED.
It mattei-B not what your troubles may he, come
and let tho Doctor examine your case. It will
coit you nothing for consultation, so please call
and satluly yoursolvos wliothur the Doctor understands yonr cuec. If hs can curo you he will tell
you bo- If not, he will toll you that, for he will
not undertake a caso unions lie Is confident of effecting-*, cure.*
Purlieu at a distance lvlahini* treatment, by
■ending 425 and a minute- description of their
troubles will receive in return a full courso ot
treatment securely packed so as not to excite ou*
rloalty.
Dlt. SPINNEY will guarantee to iorfoit Five
Hundred Dollars for overy caso of any kind or
character which he undertakes nnd falls to cure.
P. tt.—For diseases uf short standing, a full
course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with
all Instructions, will bo sent to nny address on
receipt of $10.
Call or AddroHs
Dr. SPINNEY tfc CO.,
9 2H-ly      No. 11 Koiirney-st. ,B*m Faiiiicinco,C(il.
Front street,
New  Westminster, B. 0.
..Dealer In....
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of alt kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mall will receive prompt attention.
CHAS. McDONOUGH.
myi6-tc.'
TIIE GREAT ENGLIM REMEDY
lannover-fuilint*
Cure for Ncrv-
oiib Debility,Exhausted. Vita lily
of a ny lt 1 ti d,
WenknfM,' Paralysis, Prosta-
torrboeii,i»nd nil
tlie terrible effects ofjonlhfu)
follies, nnd excesses in timlnrei* years,
UK. MINTIK will agree la forfeit
Five Hundred DoHlirK Tor a ense ot
this kind tbe Vltnl HestoratlVC (under
his specifi! ii'tvin- nnd trenttpciitjwtllnot
euro, "r for anything impure or injurious
foand is it. DK. MINTIE tronts nil Diseases successfully without mercury.
CoiitiiUiltlon free. Thorough examination and advice, $tV00. Pi ice of Vital
Restorative, $3-00 a bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10*00; sent to nny
nddresB upon receipt of prico, or C O. D,,
secure from observation, nnd In private
nam« if desired, by A. K. MINTIE,
M.D-
Those who ennnot visit DK. MINTIK
in San Prnnciico should send a full Hnd
minute statement ot iheir troubles with
$25-00, nnd in return a" full course of
Medicine will bo fomnrded, securely
packed, so ns not to oxclte curiosity.
All orders for medicine- C. O. D, must
be accompanied with $1.00 (as n guarantee of pood faith), which will he deducted when the pneknge is chipped, s,
SAMPLE BOTTLE PREE.-Sent on
npplicntion by tetter stating symptoms,
sex nnd age. Communications strictly
confidential. jny31-ly
II Kearney atreet, flan Francisco, Cal.
DR. LIEBIG,
400 Geary Street*
San FrancUco.Cal
CONTINUES TO TRKAT suc-
ci-m-tiill*.* by Homr-aputliv
mm every form of Special or Chronic
□ Disease without Mercury or Nau-
LU scons Drugs. DR, LIB&W8
flP INVIQOHATOH Is« positive unit
— pcrnmueut euro for Seminal
W Wonkiicss, Nervous nml l'hyilcat
1— Debility, Lost UiuiIuknI, Vital
(0 KtliiuiHtlt-n, nml all tho terrible
i i.i rwmlliu-fitlmm'-l unturo,excess•
■ ***** .. .....   —tI|ftlI bmttt    Th8
_    .tgreo tn writing tn
forfeit 8)1,000 for u cuso tlmt
i lie iindertiiKcH nml (tills to euro,
1 Tlio rcnsiiu tliousniiils can not
atpt cured of Beminnl Weakness
7mid ths abovo illsenses Iu owing
jr to « complication called Prostn.
ton-lien, which requires a ipec.nl
_      remedy.   DR.   MKDIQ'S   IN-
|Q V1Q0UAT01I, Nu. 2, Isafipo-
Oclflo  Cure  for   ProsUtorrlien.
_ Price of either Invlgornter, |S
O nor buttle, orO bottles $10. Beet
__• to any sJilron securely covered
ZI froniob-wrvntfon. SeminalWouk-
Z uoss and Prostntnrrhea drain vl-
«rf tnllty from the body and causo
■■ numerous diseases   tbat   baffle
2 ordinary modlcnl treatment.   If
allowed to continue-,lhe unnatural loss i-flcctr- tho vital organs,
which oau-HM destroying diseases,
Consumption, Diabetes, Bright'! Dlssnse, Jnun-
Ulce.Xnsnnlty.ctc. Kicosues, Non-use, Abuse,Inherited Weakness, Malnutrition, Spinal and Colo.
brat Oomnlnints bring on tho above fatal diseases.
- ---'-air	
herlted Weakness, Malnutrition, Spinal and Colo.
""-"* "omplnints bring on the '      -■-■•■•■-
 ty Mid Seminal Weakm
portnut and necessary acts of Ufa and their onjoy-
Deblllty and Seminal Weakness obstruct the im-
innnts. Cures Guarantee. Diseases of tlieOeul-
tu-Urinnry Orgnns, Kidney, Liver and Bladder a
specialty, Tho many complaints and diseases of
women speedily ciircdf consultation nt office or by
letter, freo and confidential. Responsible parties
can arrtngo payments In the same manner as they
wonld employ their family physician. Strictest
secrecy mulntalneil,
ONE   BOTTLK   FREE.
Regular Slue Bottle of either Invigorator Sent
Frae to show the wonderful properties of the
Greatest Invigorator Known to Modern Scientists.
State symptoms, age, If married, Ae.    .
Call or address DR. LIKBId A CO., No. 400
Geary Streot, corner Miuon, Ban Francisco, Cal.
Private entrance, 406 Mason Street.
QoAtifiiD ahd RaroNBUU.—DR. MEDIO A
CO. Organised In compliance with California law.
Diploma procured by regular college education.
II yoars special practice, and duly licensed In accordance with California Medical Law. de2
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of ami run a. Huntington Shingle
Shinglo Machine. Steady employment
ani good wages to a flrot-dau man. No
other need Apply.
H. STEVENSON,
jj-7-to]    . Chilliwhack.

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