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 tlfc-ttfMt miiMfiAN
H  is runi.THTU.ih—
Btci-j IVednesdar * salurdaj.
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p,*&m__N& oo,
tfriK, mum mat, -smm.«m
ro-iAi add Iuweii DinmiEHT THsOUM T.B.
•mm k en. tm « *tAtw»n» 8-wt.
Ts*B»*..B> Atall.O.jMri il M fnr« inoe.,
Wtoimm.i parable In Adeanee. BllHere*
SrOKrl«o,,Aimt, |,-|»M»ir(,r, t~sbl,
.l.Uulah/knl.FMlnnt. .   ..
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T. K. HIB.IH & CO. -"•-'• ..»-•••:•"-JllTM-A.
Wfc Hasiij-ji ■■,...; i,-r.--m_-^.ir »'
l P. FISHER •dYWti.taF AgrotSaj JWcliajii'ii
AUICIIIOINI.OII.D.U.     .BI.V   ,..<J.W.
Newipaper Arlvertlafng Bureau (10 Spruco St.),
whore •rlvurttiiing contractu lhay 1)6 nwae for It In
Wat |^|^^W:
KnlnrdnT ttwilim. Mltwli 1. I
m-i—iiiyini. i ^i'Lifji.i..-—*=■»»
A Fiendish crime.
Mody snatching hus for many
yqars, bepn practiced us n^otnniflrciiil
enterprise. ■ In thot* days of wil^n-
tinc fldvaneeinont/'sLudeiifs nro not
content, tp operate upon manikin*
for thii jMirpoae of^aHitfgVknow.
ledge of human anatomy. They
must havo real subjects, uud tho
college whoso dissecting-room is not
provided with nature's own models
hns but n poor chance of sustaining
its reputation in the medical world.
It is woll known tlint the faculty
and professors of many medicnl
colleges offer a very handsome premium for human corpses. These
rewards aro sufficient to induce per
sons of low moral instinct to be*
come grave-robbers for the mere
sake of gain. The practice is undoubtedly bad and wholly inexcusable, even if performed purely in
the interest of science. It is not
only morally bad, but it is extremely dangerous. No person
whose nioial sentiment lias nob been
blunted would permit the remains
of a relative to pass into the dissecting room if be could help it,
Tlie practice of body - snatching,
therefore, is attended with much
risk, because tbe law provides severe
penalties for those who are found
engaged in it. The consequence is
that whilo the demand for medical
subjects goes on increasing, tbu supply is precarious. From late eastern despatches we find that these
professional snntchers h.tve resorted
to a new device in order to procure
victims, Finding the sacredness of
the grave-yard too well guarded for
safety to themselves, thuy have hi'.
upon a still more horrible scheme.
There ure two persons who have
been in the habit of supplying subjects to the Ohio Medical College ut
Cincinatti. Having reached the
end of their resources, and probably tho bottom of their purses also,
tbey deliberately murdered a family of three persons and delivered
the bodies to the college authorities
for $15 each! The shanty occupied
by the murdered family was discovered to be in llames, suspicion
was aroused, and the two men were
arrested. After being in gaol u
short time one of them made a confession, giving full details of the
horrible crime. They went to tbe
house after dark; found the old man
with his wife and daughter quietly
sitting by the fire; pounced upon
them with clubs and felled them insensible, The three bodies were
then put in large sacks and taken
directly to the college. One cim
scarcely conceive of anything more
diabolical. Surely the moral natures
of men who could deliberately plan
and execute such u fearful crime
must have reached u point beyond
which it would be difficult to pass.
If the particulars telegraphed provo
to be facts the publication of them
will direct public uttention to the
whole system of proou ring subjects
for medical colleges in such a way
as may lend to reform. There
should be laws enacted strong enough
to suppress the whole business of
body siiutching. If science cannot
produce some satisfactory substitute,
ho much the worse for science, but
this degrading and ghoulish practice must be stamped out.       ' ' (
Soudan.
A region of territory iu Eastern
Africa, called Soudan, hns, by reason
of recent developments, been suddonly brought to the notice of the civilised world, and has engaged public
attention in no small degree. Soudan
ii the name (riven to that vast extent
of territory in TJppw Egypt thnt
stretches from Nubia to the oontines
of Abyssinia aud from tho lted Sea to
tho Arabian desert-. The great River
Nile, composed of Bahrel-Aviad, the
White. Bahr-el-Atrok, the Blue Nile,
and the Atbara, together with tho
other tributaries traverse its whole
length from loath to north. The
land, as it recedes from the Red Sea
westward, assumes an elevation of
1,800 feet. It* surface is ruRgod, rooky
and mainly barren. There are no
mountain ranges, but lofty hills
abound, forming difficult passes nnd
impassable dottles. The lands bordering' tbe streams nre very rich, owing
to the deposits of heavy alluvial sou
by the overflow of the wator*, and
yield porennial crops. Thoso do not,
howevor, extend to more than a mile
in Width on either side, and in seme
places not even that, the rest of the
country being m vast waste of sand.
Columbian.
for ,Mc orlo |{ent.
. .:    " ■  '
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VOLUME W
NKW WSSTaiHSTEK, R G, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 188'.
NUMBER .17
Its[;gehoml .oharao'qr l« i»-i|d .-und
dreary,luid its iiili'liitiiufs iirrMtYltVep.
inrj with tlio elmrncter of (i'.o country.
Tho vnst foviiti.i.y is poojilea-bj
hordes of Arabs of vnrimis tribes,
whoso iiuuilior is compiifcod to he bc-
twoen 30,000,000 mid 40,000,000.
Tho A'mh—mid in this uom'nelu.
turo, besides the natives of Ambin
proper, nll tho inhali'tanls pf northern
Hnd half of the eiisteru portion ui Africa
uro to bo eompralioililed—is n singula:-
l-aco, ■Wild-, nml fornoiou>, Jilfe tliu
mragai'iif the fnr West,' ffioAiims'iire
endowed with iv keener intellect mid n
highly nervous teiiijiarnmuiit, u ehainc-
teriBtlo whioh hns iniprefisoditself upon
the Spanish iintiim by'.nusu of contact. Unlike, howevor, tno aborigines
of Ainoricn, who nro stolid, content
with hunting and tlio gratiticatiun nf
their nhliiMrwiints, Hio-Ai-ahs arc oyer
restless and aggressive and prey upon
gmes, their hair is coarse but smooth,
—Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for
February.
Hisloi'j of a Ruin Drop.
Various theories havo been advanced
to account Tor tho formation of miu
drops, hut the iiumt satisfactory explanation is that proposed by Professor
Osborne Ruyuolds. Thy minuto particles of which clouds are composed are
moving downward in consequence of
the attraction of gravity; but by reason
of the resistance which the air offers
to their descent, they aro only moving
very slowly. Sinco, however, the resistance offered to the passage of large
drops is much sinalloi- in proportion to
their weight than that offered to small
drops, it follows tliat the large drops
will descend faster than the smaller
ones, and will overtake thoni, coming
into collision with any which arc iu the
direct lino of their descent. When two
drops collide thoy will unite to form a
larger drop, wliich will descend with
increased velocity, sweeping up all
smaller drops in its path, and thus increasing in size until it emerges from
tho cloud. Sincu many clouds aro several miles in thickness, it is easy to nee
that a purticlo descending from the
upper part of the cloud may become a
raindrop of considerable size beforo it
emerges from the cloud. In their passage from the cloud to the earth the
larger raindrops will overtake the
small ones iu a precisely similar way.
At the same timo tho size of tho drops
may be slightly increased by tho condensation of water from thu air through
which thoy aro 'falling, m- may bo
slightly diminished by partial evaporation from tho surfaces of tho drops,
A falling raindrop descends with a
velocity which increases until the acceleration'is balanced by the resistance
uf tho air, after which the drop descends with uniform velocity. It iu, of
course, well known tliat large chuuls
may exist without any rain fulling fruui
them. In wmiu cases rain is actually
formed, hut evaporates and is again
converted into vapor beforo it can reach
the ground; in many cases tho non-
formation of rain is possibly due to ilut
fact that under certain unknown atmospheric or other conditions tho particles forming the clouds do not unite
whon they collide. As au agent of
geological change, rain is of tlio greatest importance. It plays a large part
in the disintegration of rocks and tho
formation of soils,' washes the'smaller
particles into stroiuus and rivers, and
is, in fact, ouo of thu most important
of the various denuding agents, Indeed, sinco rain is the ultimate source
of all our brooks, rivers, otc, it may
bo said to bo tho principal aguut of
geological change ou tho earth's surface. The amount of the rainfall varies
vciy considerably iu different countries
and in different parts of tho same country, depending on geographical position, the conformation of tho surface
of the ground, the proximity of largo
lakes and the sea, etc. Thu heaviest
annual full of rain occurs in thu none
of calms over the equatorial region of
the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and on
the west coast of the British hies,
India, Norway, North and South
America and Nuw Zealand. In all
theso latter 'districts tho we.it wind
blows over a largo tract of ocean and
becomes heavily charged witli moisture
which it deposits when forced upward
hy the action of tho mountains on Hio
coasts. The driest districta iu the
world aro tho desort rcgtoUB of Asia
and Africa. The amount of rain wliich
falls in single showers is sometimes
enormous, especially in the tropica.
In tho Uritish Isles ouo uf thu heaviest
fulls on record in a fall of 5.3(1 ihchus
in twenty-four hours, In Monmouthshire, July It, 1870. On October, 25,
1830, at Gibraltar thoro was a fall of
iW.ll inehes.—t'ami's Concise. Cyclopedia.
ARCH. MACLEOD, B.A.M.D.C.M.
jjite of lhe New York polyclinic
Graduate 'if MeGIlt University, Montreal.
PHYSICIAN & SUR8E0H.
OPVlOE AND llKfJIltENCK- OiipoHlt*
City Hotel, Now Westinlunter.
lui.l-te, _
JOHH CARROW, IiO., ~
PHYSICIAN &SulKJE0N
OFFICIO AND HE HIDE JVC IS, »«xt
Door lo siiiiiiimilf Hnloon, OBAN
V1U.K, H. I. Oflico Hohi-h-8 to 10a, in.
l to ;i, and (uulo sj>. **<.t AII etUix prompt
^_?™}?-&-L---../t- .n±ii$
■l-Joetn).
Mi Ontario Girl's Lament.
I make ciiuiplidnt of a plnguey pent
That's known by tho name of tho great
North-West,
For this woiuleroiiB land of the sotting
sun
Has taken my buaa-. away, every one,
Yen, one liy one they havn nil cleared
out,
Thinking to better themselves, no doubt;
Caring hut littlo how far they may go
From the pour lone girl in Ontario.    -
First I was sweet unoii -Johnny J. Brown
Tho nicest young follow in all tho whole
town;
But ho said --Good-bye,'" and he bailed
away,
And uow lie'n settled at Thunder Itay.
Next I was fishing for Farmer Lee's Dick;
Thought hiin so dull that ho wouldn't
out stick.
But he waved Ids list with a "Kip, hip,
hurrah I"
And said ho was going to Manitoba.
That long, loan druggist, with specs on
Ins none,
t thought thu follow would sooit propose;
He sold out his bottlu shop; ho watt gouo
CFdttiTi to tho River Saskatchewan.
Fat littlo, plump little Johnny llrcy,
I hinted he'd better gat spliced and stay.
Ho said to mo that was rather thin,
And ha turned his toes to KcuwaUti,  •
My Dutchman lover; Hans I titter Von
Krout,
So lame ho Could qcarooly escort mo out;
With magic ointment ho praised his leg,
And slid to the city ot Winnipeg.
I'll sling niy goods In n carpet mick;
I'll off to tho West and I won't turn
Uo k |
I'll have a husband, a good one, too,
If I have to follow to Cariboo,
MARK*.WAI>K,M.D., ' .
PHYSICIAN* SURGEON.
ies touiuiminee lo the people of Hurley, hnngleV, Ae., that he han taken up
Ills resilience on HoUthcasl. '-fof Heellou
in. Township:.', about'-j mile north of the
K-Ti-i-iiiii.i- it I ver, on Coast Meridian road.
P. o; nttrtrcHN, Clover Valley."       feltt-tc.
H.M. COOPER, B. A., M.D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE nml HE81DF.I*0E-Chliroli St.
(noxt door tn FnrmtM-a' Home), neur
Columbia St., Now Westminster, H.O.
OFFIOK HOUIlS-stolOn. m.; Ito3nnd
OMWIosp. m. Calls fn town anil country promptly iittenilml to, fe2t«
C.NTREW,M.D.
fA, C. P. & 8. O.
Surgeon B. C. Penitentiary; Surgeon New Westminster Jail;
Coroner for tho District.
OFI'KE-l'orncr of «li.rki.on A MrKeu<
KleKlirrtt. Keslileiire, Mnry Street.  seiS
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
M. C. P._& 3  O.
Surgeon to Royal Columbian Hospital.
Medical Officer to the Asylum for
tho Insane.
OFFia-;..Amies SI., next, Mr. C. G. Major's
resitlonee, Now Westminster.
{selSto)    -	
T>   W. ARMSTRONG,
' .BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
3arcrrj-.——~   —xr—x/La,   wxa.
Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. O,
GORBOEM McCOLL,
Barristers, Solicitors, ke
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLOMBIA.
JOSEPH   G0L0STONE,
Auctioneer & Valuator!
CITY AUCTION .H0OM,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,
Purl!.-* having Furiilturo.nr anything to
dispose of, would do wpll to i-ommunlcute
Willi tho above. JaSHtc
cTdTmnd,"
RE.it   ESTATE   BROKER,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Conveyancer nnd Insurance Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, a C.
PARTICULAR ATTKNTION Given lo tlie tniiiMU-llum of real esliite
luisiiipss tn Now Westminster City nnd
District nml Iho Town of Port Moody,
Money to loan on flret-elass Boeurlty. Best
ol references given, '  jaStc
W. H. FALDING,
ACCOUNTANT,
Land Ag-ent,
COLLECTOR ANtl
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
OVFIOKi —Next to thoCuituiu Houso.
ileol-te
A. J. ALPORT,
ACCOUNTANT, CONVEYANCER.
Lad, ta, ui Omni Agent.
RENTS & DEBTS GOLLEOTID.
Aooouuts nmile up anil Balanco Sliest,
propsred.
O-'PICK-.U Mr. It. W. Annatronit's 1-nw
orhVo, rolumldn HI., Now WoMlmlnator
(soloto)
messrs!
f.
ltt)t)|i.':e',fnlly beg to Inform tlio pnnllpnf
Now wjwtmlitflfor nml DIMrlei thnt
ihe.v lmvo t*f>mmeiii'c.l l)tis1iie.ss as
Land Surveyors -VDrtuulils.npn
ttcnl Kslalc Brokers & A^nls,
I'onvcyanceiMMOuiitnntSi-ftf,
Ami are now prepared to reoeivo Instriu--
ttons in iheir several hranehw.
All hltfllncfw phuvil In tltclf Intuits will
receive prompt ittlentloti.
They have for sale Town nml Niibiirhon
Lois In New Weshnln.Hler,
Town UiU at I'ort   Mooily, Port Ham*
i-iiimi aud I .(its nn town she* tit
■\     Hi'siliiKs.Hi'nnvllle ami
KtiKllsh Ilny
Also farmlnu himlx on thn t/wer Kroner,
__;,.. .....  r-TJTS—■—-•      :
:   HOBBISO^.j
:    CONVEY* N.C E fS?   '1
■i-r  oil)  nam  •■_■:      1 -   ■
Land and General Agent.
—ANtl—
JyTJG'fW'U KViR !
! ItflfflrV BIA   STREET,
iO|t|i. cl.ii.l-il Hole!)
N»W   W K f? T M 1 N 8 I* K i .'
.■t.lltr. i,he tl" -i
WCS.vet.1 good F*ra» l«r Salr'ninl to
Lease. nolo
LAND.    HOUSE,
'■■;"     .   -rAr,»---T'-':;lftV1   .,
QE^ERAL^ AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL 600D FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for lhe TRAVELLER-'' LIFE
ind ACCIDENT IX8VRAXCE CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia Struct.,   Now
Westminster. deO
COME AND SEE
C. E. WOODS. OEO. TURNER
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS.
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
toll mil l stic..i:t,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   1). C.
WE HAVE FOB SALE IMPROV-
ed and unimproved Lands at
PITTEIVEK,
MAFLB RIDGE,
LANOLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE OEEEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRKNANT, ,
NORTh  ARM, •
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT PORT MOODV FOR SALE.
LANS   KIWI-VIM;    1 ABKIIII.I   AMI
PKOJHT1.V ATTKNDH1I TO.
MOSEV TO IOAN OX COOD »Kf lltlTI,
AGENTS Von THK
rhr.ll I'lrc InaarnHre ,'o. of Uroiiklrtt,
Ike Kq.iUtile Lite Aaaurnu.-. Korlrly
«f Ike linllerl Mlalea. on.l
Glstol... NeBcaa^lo-a. rilrlli.il Sinn.-
Hewer and CMsnaeV Pipes, Itnnlen
. . -Vases, etc.
WOODS k TURN Ml.
Now Westminster, B.C.,
April 2, 188.1. u]i4
Every Man to his own Business
.&..   j?j_iX\iXj ——I,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OFF   COLONIAL. HOTEI.).
NEW  WBSTMllISTBR.  B. 0.
Phjslclins* Prescriptions and Fain.
Iir Recipes a Spe'lait-.
N. B. — Only Geuuine Drugs uscil,
Over twenty vears" experience    mr23
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER & CONTRACTOR
ALLK1ND80F JOBUINU AND KE-
PAIBSPnOMPTI.Y BXKCt'TKO.
EillutHtrn KurnUhrcl.   Saws s!»ni|i-
eilaiKl gel,
HHor-Mt'i-ohnnt H(|iinro. Cftlllltjljlil SI.,
New WoHfnihistiir, In ivitruf Tlion, 0\'iill-a
niiiokMiiltli Bhop, Wlflto
CILLEY,liEY&Ga,
STEAM
PILE DEIVERS
WHARF-BUILFEf'G, ■:.
Hoisting nr nll kinds, and lilglitor-
Ing done on short notice.
ADDRHSIS- New Westminster, II. ('.
(suMto)
WALSH'S
rpHK'l-UOI-lilETOH,   JAJIMs  TIJH.N
J    lllll.I . liiivltiK ii^.li, (uk,-ii pi.wrssiol
i.nin).i't;.iii't:«iM'K must; rr<>ii;;n--. nn
(YO-illil-v  nm)  I'linn-li   Hii is. .,;.|K.siti
:KlfiNOfti"H I'hun'li.Cit.vof N<!W Wi-slmln
sler, II. t.,iiiiil itiiw Itnown tis Ihu
i|
f ARP/il-R'S    HOME,"
IT
Vnifc-i-'.tin liilcnlJ lilxnldrrlPiiUiiii
Hlf   Wfililfi-   -:i-|ir lltllv  H'l,'J filVM- llllll  W
lU'iill.iil .ihl |ir|(-r-(s.   Ho:iiil iici-iliiv.Sl,
Uiiiird pit H-i'cic, S.j.00;   8lii«-|i' MciiIk, 'iti
(•iililn; Ili-iK, :>.-, ct-iiis.   iiiriiiiiiilin.-i-diiiiii"-
ilallt>M'oi'Linlk-N nml l-'uiiillh-s.     lyilfflio
Naw Fish Market!
. ■ 'tf
JAMES TAFFANDALE
'AN .1UXT OI'KNKl) A NKW FISH
M.'irktd mi
FRONT   STREET,
Enst of tho Holbrook House, where will
be found a, full supply of. Fish of all
kin-la mul of the best quality.
Purchases delivered in any part of the
oity.   A call is solicited. mli2Stc
\aTr. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, ■ BRITISH COLUMMA.
its* Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. 11. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Fuuiturc, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cosh Buyer by calling
on the abovo. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
wiiil- done. Orders filled wilii neatness
and dispatch.
oilier of Harbor MnHtcr nnd Port War*
den. foil)
UOTIOE
Tailoring
Eiipiiiin
JIIIST FASHIOXABLEIX TOfc «1TY.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C.      [mySU-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
fiiom
HEATHOUFS
Ortluo-FnoNT STHKKT,
victoria,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under the new Oddfellow Hnll, Ol
umbtMt. Ntw Westminster.
Tl MHMLITY OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to person
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 We have  ,,
iGOODLAN-PSi
Hoth wild ami improved,
Nonil I'niKis, SclHHils, Cliiirchi-8
Am! Tost Ollice.
Onr facilities for trade axe excellent.
We have good
MUTER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and onr
CLIMATE  IS   UNUIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Land.
TO MANUFACTURERS and ("MIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipal Council are offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For further particulars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M, C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valloy, Surrey, B. C.    [mylO-to
Iu calling the
Attiiii -Lais
Of tlii* city nnd Burromuluigs, I wiali
to stato tliatjEhnvc
J-ast  deceived
MSMiStRt
On*dlos'ailil.Cljllilri!ns
BOOT  A^O SHOES
MONTREAL St PHILADELPHIA
1 ivlsli to liiipross it forolhly on tlioii-
iiilmls tlmt
;-]q Store in this City
■    Can show a Lnrjjer or
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And that uo store
SELLS AS CHEAP
Ah tui'.
Country orders carefully and promptly
filled.
MRS. EMIM GOLD,
ColumblitSt., opp. Kwen's Cannery.
noS-tc.
Notice to Shippers.
IjlROM DATK, AND UNTIL FUit-
' thor notico, the stoamer *'()i|iav"
will mako rojnilnr Bomi-mohthly trips di-
rct't to New Westminster, B, 0., sailing
from Now Taconm on the 1st and Ifttn
of each month,
noU-to, Ci. E. CLANCKY.
£■ »*"■', a/c.    '.% -*©
- SAvy.s-
i. -ii an° iiU A
*■**■*/    ,«< <?-
— Jt-L-C.SC> —
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, &c, &c, &c.
- riKAI.EIlS IN —
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c.,
YALE,  b.  c.
A LARGE   STOCK   ALWAYS  ON
hand.   GoniU not lu stork will he
ordered promptly.
Ifewipniiern  and   Magazines supplied from nil parts of tho world,
JaaiU-1     A. G. JOHNSTON, Minuter.
Whiskey'
In acknowledged by eminent surgeons to
be the purest nnd ilin-sl known, and In*
vnlnablo to invalldH.
B1MMONDS' KBNTnOKY NABOB
BOURBON WHISKY lias been well
known for ninny yenr*', bfllng unsiirpiutKcd
for lis excellent quality and dcllento flavor. Everybody-Who lias tried Ifmiyitls
tbe best In tbe world.
i -EomillMsuppUed hyUiOBalloii,oiuinot
iHittle.
NttieiOnlulJiflllilUtfllf) Slunnlu.-Afroitf.
Ike C'ort—,'«. SlniMnml-t."
49-Sold by A B. GRAY A CO., Wholesale Depot, -Victoria, und hy nil leading
liquor _______        ________      ocHttc
VANCOUVER
BREWERY
VICTORIA.
THE UNDERSIGNED
begs to inform the Hotel-
Keepers and others of New Westminster and vicinity that he has
been appointed agent for the de-
liveryof the celebrated 2P&1©
,A.leand Vertex °f the
Vancouver Brewery, which was
awarded two lirst prizes and a
recommendation nt the late Provincial Fair.
All orders will hs promptly
attended to. Families supplied
by the keg, imperial measure.
W.D. FERRIS.
Nuw Wo 'mi: stoV, •-'" Nov., IKS.'..       (It
kiii k 1
Kipilf vm,
W'Piwilliii   Ip'-lhsl-i
Ilie Only fire-Proof Hotel
in tlio Oity,
the Qitniiy \mmm
IS rNDEB THK CHAW-IK OF AN
BXPRRIKNCKD AUTIST,
THE UNDKKSIONED BEGS LEAVE
to ftiinonncetotlii! Pulilio that lie
Iibb purclnweil the ahove Hotel, wliere
everything will lie found first-clans, and
at rcHsnnalilc rntf-n.
The Parlors and bleeping Apartments are under the BuporintniKlfinco
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading lloaui, com*
modioua, comfoi-tably furnished, and
well supplied with liooks and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THE   BAR
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Pboi'Rietor.
Ja.*»ii-
FOR RENTt'
APHI)TOUUAl>HlC    OALLBBV,
Wfll uttlmteU nnd vciy oomploto, on
OoluralilnSlrral.  Apply to
IIEKHY V. EDUONDS,
■   Luini Agenl.
foiTsaleF
GRISEN W1CI1 PARK and HOTEL,
Hlom nnd Orclianl.  The present pro*
nrn-lui- In ifolntr Intti l)usfncs.s In Vlelorln,
Terms Cash.  For prloe, etc., apply to
TM. PERKINS,
J"-*Wtc I'oKt ni aster, Mat^qnl,
'" for^sa||
mHE LKJilTEfiT-KOW'XNU, FAST
J. t-t-aailiiif', nnd bent built Boat ou
Fc.i ■ . J'ivcr; newly painted; tho'ioit»iily
c.'iii|-p ii v.itli niaet, boom, and. Bail; 2
pair ..-;!i narsj rpwlocks, rudder,..-cross-
heiul and tiller, ohftin. ftc. Pike flOO.
mi bite C. fJ.MA.10K.
To Lease*-
,i FIHBT -CLASS l-'ARM OF 250
J;\. acres of rich pmiric l.tnd; good
tlwolliog hogse, burn, otu. Sixty octet
undor cultivation, lteut moderate. For
piuticiilars apply to
\V. I>. PE11RI8, Uud Agent,
dccl-tc. Now Westminster,
THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
rpHIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
\_ new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished witli evory convenience for tho comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which lias become the most fashionable
WATEBING PLACE
in British Columbia. The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes ave invigorating, and the facilities for liathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Koorns. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is I entirely -detatc-iHei*' -from the main
building.
■W The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Hors-
.   Busses to ond from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jySStc Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUKKAB-D       INLET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and Commodious.
ONE Of TNE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken viow of that
magnificent sheet of water known rs
CoalHarbor, tho future terminus
of   tbe  Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
MITS    OP    ROOMS    l-'OR    FAMIM'S.
S-sT Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will, bo found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the promises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
FQRSALE.
ONE LOUCIING CAB, BLACK-
man's patent, eight wheels, double
flange; woodwork, bolt*, etc., all oomploto, ready tor work. .Will be Bold *
L-heati for cash, or on time with security.
Apply to ,T. MANNION,
doS-to ilriiitvillo, Burrard Inlet.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
mHE SHOP AND FBEMISES ON
J Columbia's!., next the CustoniB
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros,
The situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into twu shops, and hns a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21tc W. J, FRENCH.
FORJSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Koad j two other roads rutin ing through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Latiding,B,C.
ForSaieortoLea'.e.
T1MM-: FOU.OWINU DKRCltlBEIl Farms
_L reniiiill.v   -.itimleil    In   the tlirlvliiji
ii-wii.-tiiiiiorriiiHiwli-ii-k.   l,ot :ra,Oronp
11,1-i.iiliiliiiii-r ITTiici-'-s, iiliotit Wlniiilercnf-
Mvnlion, tlie balnnce prairie: good slx-
rooineil tlv,-(-llln-r lioiifir; Koottorcliard ami
•mtliullilinsjsj cunvi'iik-iit to Hmrt-IieR.
scIkio! and piistofllce; one nillr and a tiulf
from Cbllllulmek Landing.
Also Lut mji. Granp II, Mt acres adjoin-
Ing nbovo property! " prairie funn uiKler
feui'i'.
,-Mso nlmut «0 acres close lo tho -niiJIIl-
wbm-li J,iiiidlii-;;nltiiiit.a) acres undereul-
Uvation; Kinull house and onthulldlngK;
miinll nralmrd,
For partifiiliu-N apply nl MiIn olllccorto
OBI. It. ASHWKLL,
deSff-tu Chllllwliaeh Landing.
SECOND-KAND
EiieWorSale!
riVLlNDEH 8.M2. SUITABLE
\J for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20II1 Dec, 1883.   [deaztc
BARNES & COLLINS,
H
AVING ENTERED INTO PART.
nendiip.arc prepared (odnall kinds
CARTING &, TEAMING
On abort notice, and at fair rutefc Orders
may lie loft nt the ft P. N. Co.'Hofflce,orat
T. li. Tenrson it Co's. fetltc
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B*
00K BIND1CR, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Bool; Manufacturer.
Maps ami Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly ami cheaply Bound.
Govn-iniH-nt Street, Victoria, B.C.
(LIMITED.)
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Manufacturers1 and  Dealers  iu  all
kimis of
ROUGH 81
DRESSED
Shingles,
I,Hill.
Pickets,
Stc..&e»
Orders   (rom   the   country
promptl.v   filled.
—)&-—x2d:j-——\s
of (fuftlltity  and cost of  materitil   for
bnlldltifi   carefully   prepare']
free of etmrge.
I'lr-l-rla-.-.   Bniht'eiliti'it   It■■•»*■'iin  .1
tl per Intl.v.
J. B. HENDERSON,
iwiHtc] Maxaoih.
1-STABLlSIIKi) 1S50,
ROBT. DICKINSON,
TURNER, BEETOK & CO.
MERCHANTS,
i WIIAKF STl'KKT • VICTIllll.l.
AGBIH-TS   FOB
North British and Merciiiitlle
liiNisraii.',' Coi ror MaliilaiiO.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
:l:i Kiiisltury Ciious,
Lomlon, K. <-.
BUTCHER,   J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER « I.IAKUFACTURER IF
Henri) Opposite tlio Colonial Hotel,
,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
mn«
k
AMi M.\,  K1.VDS Ul;
mHK  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
J.    assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly ou haw!. nnd supplied to Kain-
ilies, HcHtanrnnts, nml Ste.nnlioats ut tlio
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,
Fort Hammond Junction
all iin.11 tn iw-iM.ii* mti:ah.
rts «r the i'. V. \. CiiiiiiMiuy Rt.lnjr lo or
Itfyoml Ih)«, Taw unite nlll rntl ilirre for
IM»-.«iit;i-i--i nr I'l-rlutil. Hlttirt i)i'i(itiiii-<i-
iIiiIIhii will In> r»mitlcl(-d iMfiirr the rail
iiflheyrnr,
""•o -JNO. IRVtNO,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THK MAINLAND,
on a 1 -iniYsf.iima 1 Tour, and will
lie happy to receive aud execute orders
for all kimi;, nf Musical Instruments,
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. 11. Kcary, N. \V„ will receive prompt attention. jy28tc
FURNITUREI
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
J_ sure in announcing, that ho is now
prepared to aupply all kinds of Furniture, kc, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
I11 nil ita I'lanohes. The imdersigneil
has tlw only I1KAH.SK in the City.   A
I nontiiumiwc ol public patronage solicited.
I lli.l otntul, noxt Occident Hotel.
J. 0. BUNTE,
; Late Maimgor Sohl's Hranoh Furniture
;    Store. »u5to NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Auction Sale J. Goldstone
Weights & Measures H. B. Goud
Cherry Pectoral. .Dr. J. C. Ayer&Co.
Practical Mechanist. H.Findley
Appointments....... .Provincial Sec.
Special Methodist Church
f he §ritish Columbian.
Sitlardny Hornluu, Marrli I. I8M.
Lynch Law.
A telegram published in The
Columbian last Wednesday furnished particulars of tho murder of
n man named Bell, ut Nootsuck, on
the south sido of tho boundary.
The supposed murderer is Sam, un
Indian belonging to Sumas. From
later despatches whioh we publish
to-day it seems that the people
across the line determined that Jack
was guilty, and that it was safer to
hang him than to depend upon the
uncertainties of the criminal courts.
Their determination has been carried into effect, and it remains to be
wen what the Canadian authorities
propose to do in the premises. Sam
and his relatives were a bad lot, and
there will bo few regrets wasted
upon the suddenness of his exit.
But some serious international questions may grow out of this summary
and unlawful mode of procedure.
Mr. Wm. Moresby went up from
tliin city yesterday morning to enquire into lhe circumstances, nnd
we understand that the superintend
ent of police will ulso proceed as
soon ns possible to Sumas. lt is
not probable that any of the actors
in this tragedy will be identified,
however, as they were masked and
would undoubtedly take the necessary precautions to prevent detection. Probably Canada will muke
a demand upon the United States
for their arrest, which cannot be
done, nnd there the mutter will end.
Gladstone Sustained.
Nothing shows the weakness of
the Conservative ; arty in the British House of Commons mote clearly
than the vote on the resolutions condemning tlio government's Egyptian
policy. The campaign in the Soudan has been very unfortunate. It
brought disaster to the British plans
nnder circumstances which must
have been humiliating to British
pride und patriotism. It is true the
defeated troops were Egyptians, and
behaved so badly that they were
entitled to no public sympathy; but
they wero led by British officers,
and Britain could not escape from
the odium which attached to the
disaster. Tlie massacre of the brave
Tewtik Bey and his heroic six hundred at Sinkat followed so closely
upon lhe heels of other misfortunes
that the British nation might well
be indignant ut what appeared to
be a cowardly government policy.
The Conservatives did not fail to
take advantage of the situation.
They made a vigorous attack on
the government. Backed by the
Irish malcontents, it wus' feared
that they would be able to carry a
vute of censure, und defeat the
Gladstone administration. But the
attempt failed completely. The
dream of victory under circumstances of such peculiar embarrassment was suddenly turned into real
and undoubted defeat, und the
substantial government majority of
49, in spite of the 34 Irish votes
cast ugainst them, shows that the
Conservative party must he very
weak in the house. In his foreign
policy Gludstone has more than once
manifested n want of decision and
firmness which hns resulted in disaster. In this respect he is very
unlike his predecessor, tlie lute
Loid Buacotinfield. But Beacons-
field went to the other extreme
nnd plunged the nation unadvisedly
into complications from whioh it
wis sometimes found difficult to
retreat. It seems that tho nation
preserves its confidence in the general policy of the Gladstone administration and is willing to forgive the mistakes which como out
of liis extreme caution. The brilliant administration of Beaconsfleld
did uot suit the notions of the
staid Britons, however much it
might captivate the French element.
Since Beaconsfield's death tbe party
has beeu left practically without a
lender, and its strength has gone
with its cohesion. Recent events
seem to indicate, however, that vory
strong measures will have to be
adopted if British influence and
prestige ure to be maintained in
Egypt and the east, and it is sincerely to be hoped the Gladstone
administration may he found equal
to the emergency.
Wealth in sawdust.
Some time ego an article appeared
in The Columbian giving particulars of the manufacture of wooden-
ware and furniture ont of sawdust.
The description then given of that
interesting process was not by nny
means a fancy picture drawn from
Imagination.    There are a number
__wsss__mBsassssasss-^t^
of factories in operation where sawdust is being used for the purposes
named, and   the product has been
thoroughly  tested and  pronounced
a success.    Woodenwaro of almost
any description may be fashioned
out of this prepared and compressed
sawdust, and it possesses over ordinary wood many substantial advantages.    It is made without joint, it
does  not  warp, it never splits or
shrinks, and  it  takes a very high
polish.    In tliis city and district,
where   many tons of sawdust are
thrown   away   every year, it is u
pity   some industry could not  be
established   by   which   this   waste
material might bo made productive
and   valuable,      Wo   have   three
large saw mills in operation at our
very   door, and   nt Burrard Inlet
there   uro   two   more still   larger,
In a late eastern exchange we find
a   now   discovery   for  extracting
wealth out of sawdust.     At the
village of Deseronto, Ont., a lnrge
milling business has for some years
been   carried   on,     The   Rathhun
Mill company for some time were
seriously embarrassed with the question pf  disposing of   the sawdust
and  other  refuse matter constantly
accumulating about tlieir establishments.    In order to solve this problem  they engaged a practical chemist     who     begun     experimenting.
Every one knows that pine contains
valuable ingredients, but it is not
generally known that these can be
extracted  in sufficient quantities to
make the operation profitable.   This
company   found   that  tbey could.
At their extensive works they have
been for years extracting acids aud
tnr und other things of commercial
value from the mill lefnse by a process which leaves at least a margin
for profit.     In the course of their
experiments they have lately made
another discovery, however, wliich
promises very great results.      For
the   past   fifteen  years many  persons have endeavored to make illuminating gus out of  pine.    These
attempts have been partially successful, but in nearly all cases the process   hus been abandoned und tlie
gas  companies have gone back to
coal,      But in making coal gas it
is well known that there is always
a  considerable waste of  material.
During its conversion into coul by
natural processes in the earth, wood
undergoes a chemical change and a
considerable portion of the carbon
contained in it becomes fixed, When
coal is distilled for gas this fixed
carbon, over 60 per cent, of the coat,
remains in the-retort as coke.   But
when wood is distilled there remains
only   20 per cent, of the original
mass, in the shape of charcoal. From
this it appears that a ton of wood
should yield 80 per cent, of  gas,
whereas   a ton of coal yields less
than 40 per cent.   But the difficulty
which hus hitherto been met is that
the illuminating power of wood gas
is very small.   It is claimed tliat
the  Rathhun process wholly overcomes this difficulty.   According to
the published statement the invention consists in mixing tar, while in
n fluid state from heat, with sawdust,
and after thoroughly mixing tliese
ingredients immediately consolidating   them   in a powerful machine
capable of effecting so closo a union
between   them ns to render tlieir
separation   during roasting   impossible.     Fortunately for the success
of  this  invention  u   machine lias
lately been invented known ns the
Smith   consolidator, which   accomplishes tho purpose more effectually
than  was heretofore considered possible, and which has been used at
Deseronto   in   this   demonstration,
By the agency of this machine the
compound of dry sawdust and talis hammered into a block, of any
shape   or  size,  which   weighs   64
pounds to the cubic foot, as against
nine pounds per cubic foot for tho
dry   uncompressed sawdust   or 35
pounds per cubic foot for the solid
wood.     These blocks of  artificial
wood bear transportation much better than bituminous coal, and as a
proof of their density may be planed
or sawed with us much facility as
the natural  wood.    These consoli-
dators have been constructed of a
capacity of  15 tons of blocks per
working day, at a total cost for drying and compressing the blocks of
not over 70 cts. per 2,000 pounds.
It will be seen from the above that
a formidable rival to coal as a gas
making material hns arisen whioh
fur surpasses it in the number of
cubio feet of gas obtained from a
given weight and at the same time
furnishes  a gas   which, owing to
the   absence   of   ull   sulphur compounds, possesses none of the Injurious qualities of ordinary coal gas.
The common average is 9,000 to 10,-
000 cubic feet of gus from n ton of
coal, but from these sawdust blocks
the yield is 38,000 to 40,000 cubio
feet per ton!   The difference in the
cost of  the two kinds of gas is as
marked as ths difference in quantity
produced.      in   Ontario  coal   gus
costs from 50 to 70 cents per 1000
cubic feet, but the cost of gas from
I        ■ .   1   II. J..,  I Lg
these sawdust blocks is estimated
at 86.12 for 38,000 feet. Tho question of properly lighting this city
will soon bo pressing upon us. Victoria i has thrown away her gas
works for the electric light, but it is
genoral ly admitted that the costly
experiment is not very successful.
The merits of tho sawdust gas-block
invention should be examined, and
if it is really u success the problem
of lighting our city will become very
easy of solution.
HKIXIII.KV,
■ PKAOTICAI. MECHANIST.
Okkick—Next door to tlio Telephone Offlce, Columbia street. All kinds of Brule*
AtlJiiHleU and warranted correct,   [mlil-St
Special Notice.
A LL ACCOUNTS DUB THB LATE
A Colonial Hotel not settled by March
aoth will bo put in the hands of an attorney for collection. J. E. INSLEY,
Feb, alfii, IBM. MT-3t.
Piano Tuning.
PROP. A. L. FRANCIS WILL ARRIVE
in this city on the-Ith of Mareh, and
remain a few days. Persona wishing pianos or orgnns tuned or repaired mny
leave orders at the book stores.    ffo23-td
EXTENSIVE
AUCTION SALE
Furniture & Effects
The uruler-signed lias been cotniiiiKsloni'd
to soil nl public auction nt the
HASTINGS HOTEL,
Hastings, Durard Inlet, on
Tuesday, Maroli lltli, 1884,
For tiio iienoflt of tho creditors of o. Parent, ihe into occupant, nil the well-kept
fiiriiititroand ed'ec's oft ho said hotel, consisting of walnut bed-room suite* (complete): hnlr, spring and other mnttrcsscs;
parlor suite; walnut centre table, with
marble tup; hair-cloth and cane-bottom
chnlrs: bit of lace curtains; lot of fine pictures; brussals, tapestry and other carpets;
chamber sets; mirrors; bedsteads and nodding; feather mattress; number of small
tables; cooking and othor sloves; pots,
puns and dishes; crockery, glassware,
knives, forks, spoons; lot. of harness;
sleigh; 4 bales of finy; stable and gnrden
tools; a quantity of groceries; ;t0 cords Arc
wood; lot of tools; Bngntcllo table; together with a large number of othor articles.
Hale to coin mence at 10 o'clock a, m.
Terms Cash. The goods may be Inspected at any time. J. GOLDSTONE,
lnhl-td Auctioneer.
WEI6HTS AND MEASURES
-A-ct, 1S-7S.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.1. that the Inspector of Weights nnd
Measures has nrrived in New Westminster
to carry out the first inspection under tho
abovo Act.
The attention of all persons using
weights, measures and weighing machines
for business purposes is called to the provisions of the above Act. and tliey are informed that the Weights and Measures
office has been established in the Post
Offlce Building, Columbia street, where all
informntion can be obtained,
H. B. GOOD,
Inspector of Weights and Measures.
New West., Feb. 29th, 1884.       [inhl-te.
Phovincial Secretary's Officii,
21st Frbuaiy, 1884.
HIS HONOUR thu Ueutcnant-Gov*
ernor haa been pleased to place
thu following gentlemen on the Commission of tlie Peace, viz. :■—
EnWARD Allen, Ebo., M, P. P., for
the Electoral District of Lillooet.
John Grant, Ean., M. P. P., for the
Electoral District of Cassiar.
Henry V. Edmonds and George Pit-
tbsdrhiii, Esquires, for the Electoral
Districts of New Westminster District
and New Westminster City.       [mhl-It
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
A FTBR   THB    SOth    JANUARY,
J\ ISM, wharfage on goods to be ship-
uk! must bo paid at time of shipping,
whon the receipts aro signed.
THOMAS L. BRIGGS, Agent,
jalOma Now Westminster Wharf.
MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE
E_N_T_E-.K_T_A_I_ -N—M—E—N—T
In the Drill Shed on
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 4th, 18W.
Doors open at 7:30; entertainment nt 8.
Tickets, GOcts,; Reserved Seats {secured nt
Lost-$5 Reward.
JN THIN CITY, ABOUT NOVEMBER
.-Will, 1888, ii pencil sketch of Emory, B.
The nbovo reward will ho paid if Iho
sketch Is returned fn good ordor.
I*. H, ROBSON.
New West., Fob, 20tli, ISM.       [fo'S-tc.
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NOTICE.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
T)K<UJ1REI>..A Tin tie   In nt met or
Xi for B.O. Penitent buy, asTalJorj must
be ti good cutter and titter.   Apply to the
Warden,    By Order,
JnMtc A. H. MOBRIDE, Warden,
DRESS-MAKING!
MADAME TAYLOR ana MELLE
HARRIS beg tn Inform the Ladles
of Now Westminster that they hnve opened a Dressmaking Establishment in
the premises adjoining Mr. Elsoh'sTailor
Shop, Coiumbin street, und will execute
work in the Latest styles and at moderate
prices.  Fancy Work taught,       jaBOn "
NOTICE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
li intend making application to tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
'or permission to purchase 100 acres of
tinsurvej'cil land situate in Osoyoos division o( Yule District, and described us follows: Commencing nt u post marked I
on the cast bank of the Okitntignn river,
where It issues from Swan Luke; thence
cast-10 chains to post marked II: thence
south 40chnins to postmarked 111; thenco
west -ill chnins to post marked IV; thonco
north 4(1 chains to point of commence*
ment. HUGH ARMSTRONG.
Peiiticton, Okiinugan Mission, January
4th, 1884. -..«-..
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
"Orrville.Ohlo, Sept. 10,1882.
GOLDS. "Having been subject to a bronchial affection, with frequent
colds, for a number of years, I hereby certify that Ayku's Cncnnv Pectoral gives
me prompt relief, and Is the most effective
remedy 1 have c ver tried.
James A. Hamilton,
Editor of The Crescent,"
" Mt. Gllead, Ohio, June 26,1882.
" I liavo used Avkr's Cherry
Pectoral this spring for a severe cough and lung trouble with good
effect, and I am pleased to recommend It
to any ono similarly affected.
IlARYEY BAt*(lHMAN,
Proprietor Globe Hotel,"1
I'RF.PARED BV
DrJ.C.Ayer&Co.,Lowell,Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED
for the position of Clerk, Assessor and
Collector for the Council of this city. Remuneration nut to exceed twelve hundred
dollars pernnntim,
JAMES ORR, 0. M, C.
WWo Por J. R.
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL DE RECEIVED
bythe undersigned up to 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday, 12th March next, for
certain repairs to ho mnde on the NORTH
ROAD, between Clarke's trail and Port
Moody. Specifications enn be seen nt iny
otlice and ut the Port Moody Hotel after
Tuosduy next, Tho lowest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
fe27-td HENRY V. EDMONDS.
TO LEASE.
A    FIIMT-CLAfeB   FARM  OF   IOO
JA. ncres of rich prulrle land; good dwelling house ,-»x:ki feel; burn Ac; liftacres under cultivation; Ih well supplied with
fariuliiR Implements which would go wiib
the place. Also about Hi head of cattle.
A never-falling supply of gooil spring wnter.  For particulars apply to
fc27-lm
JOHN McKEE, Jr.
Ladner's Landing.
Change of Business.
MRS. ECKSTEIN WISHES TO
inform the public generally that she
disposed or her brunch store at PORT
MOODY to Mr. P. F. Nelson, who will continue toconduct the business. She wishes
to thank her numerous customers at Port
Moody for their liberal patronage, nnd
hopes It may be continued to her success-
All persons indebted to tho above store
are requested to make Immediate settlement with cither Mrs. Eckstein or Mr.
Nelson. MRS, M. ECKSTEIN.
Fob. 311th, 1884. feZMin,
NOTICE,
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
AN APPLICATION WILL be made
to the Honorable Mr. Justice Crease,
on Mondny next,3rd March, nt James Bay,
Victoria, at noon, for an order directing
the Registrar General of Titles to register
the title of tho Puget Hound Iron Company to the N. W, H ot Section 8, the S. E.
% at Section 1, tho 8. W. X ot Section 2.
tfio 8. E. % of Section 2, nnd tho N. E. yA
of Section 4, Tnxada Island, New West**
minster District, freed from the trusts of
a certain Deed dated llAth April, 1878, executed hy Andrew Woleh, In favour of
Hugh Nelson and Janet Moody.
Dated jftth February, 1881.
DRAKE, JACKSON & HELMCKEN.
tc2IV2 Solicitors for Petitioners.
R     UNION LODGE No, tt, A. F.
mA» * A. JL—Tiio regular Com-
7vV\ munlcatlons of this Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on the first Monday In eaoh
month. Rojdttffllntf brethren nre cordially invited to attend WM. HOWAY,
MMo Secretary.
CO Jill a!
gflgjMfe
few If
'Mi
•Wis .il
Fort Hammond Motion
IHO AH TIO \ SALE or Lols Id Ihis
Township Mill take place before May,
1881. During ibe Interim persons tleslr*
ous of making purchase» ean obtain nil
Information either of Mr. Edward Mohan, at the Town-die, or of
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
oc!7te
Auctioneers.
A Liberal Offer!
MEEjW WORTH UKOWINtt 1
TMtEEl FREE! "THE FARM AND
JU OARDEN,'pa reliable monthly paper
devoted to the agricultural interest.
Any person ordering 86 worth of SEEDS
from my Catalogue will receive the Farm
aud Qardon for one year FREE.
Send your nddress on n postal card for
my list of the Intest Improved varieties of
Choice Seeds, Rellnble und True. Sent
free to nil who apply.
In writing, please mention this paper.
Bettor than Politics-flood Seeds bring
cheap food and plenty of it, and you can't
afford (o do without them. "But for goodness sake don't say I told you."
THOS. TUGWELL,
Seed Grower, Sooko, B. C.
N. B.-Sccd Store at your door. Seeds
sent anywhere by mall. Send money hy
P.O. Order or Registered Letter nt iny risk,
fe!Sl-''tn V T
ORGANS
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PIANOS
MUSIC.
-FOR MAI.KHV	
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster   B. 0.
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New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new j-,oods
consisting in part of
iD—isr GOODS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Always on hand.
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Direct Importer nnd Dealer in
,    sumu ii iUUJ|
STEEL
 AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Sole Agent for
Deerlai Twine Binder**, Rnrkeye Maw
ers, Watson Sulky Bake, Hauler
Brill A Broadcast Seeder,
Ila» loaders,   Chatham   Wagons,
Minnesota Chief Threshers, Etc., ESe,
jPIaiiat Tr. CBttltivat©r».
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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MEDICAL HALL
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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IR8J.MSTE1I,
Next Holbrook'. Stone Building,
COLUMBIA STREET,
HEW     WESTMINSTER
IMP0KTKH AKD DEALEK IS
Dry floods, Clotblni*,
H«ts and Milliner),
Fsncy Ooods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
' Crockery, Cutlery,
dinars and Tobaccos,
Frails and Confectionery.
Stock Urge ud well selected. AU
Ooods firstclus, ud vill lie nld at
very low price, for cssh.
mhM M. ECKSTEIN,
Port Moody
FOR SALE I
TOW3
Fronting on tlie beat portion of the har.
bor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.
Val-u.a'ble Land.
Oh the harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes.     Special
advantages given.
By the acre, in favorable positions, close
to the terminus.
ALSO
Town lots and hnd in tbe City and Dis*
diet of New Westminster.
Za-tttudlne* Xaa.-(7-eBtors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B. C.
no7j P. O. Box 39. to.
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TT AVING ADDED A FIRST OLASS
RULING MACHINE
To the establishment, nnd having now in
operation
4 PRINTING PRESSES,
With ample Steam Power, we are prepared to undertake Ruling and Printing
of every description. Special forms for
any purpose Ruled and Printed and
Bound to order. Work will be found
equal to that of any establishment in the
province, and prices average lower than
elsewhere. Orders by mail will receive
prompt attention.
jo30tu
1). ROBSON k CO.
ONCE   MORE
TO THE FRONT
WILLIAM RAE
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
thank the citizens of New Westminster for the good services they rendered at the late fire, whereby a considerable portion of his stock was saved.
He wishes also to thank the Imperial
Fire Insurance Co., of London, for the
prompt manner in which his claim for
loss was settled.
WILLIAM RAE
Has now recommenced business in
LundM's New Bnildlng 1
Next the Holbrook Stone Building, Columbia Street,
Where will bo found a very complete
stook of
Dry  Goods!
 INCLUDING	
Millinery,
Dress Materials,
Flannels,
Blankets,
Cottons,
Sheetings,
Tickings,
Gents' Furnishings,
Hosiery,
Haberdashery, &c.
GROCERIES!
 INCLUDING	
Sugars, Teas,
Flour, Syrup,
Canned Goods,
OI Every Description,
Star Sugar-cured Hams,
Bacon, &c.
QLASSWAREI
TABLE SETS,
TUMBLERS,
GLASSES, ko.
EARTHENWARE I
A large and complete assortment.
 ALSO	
BRUSHES, BROOMS, STONE JARS,
AND WOODENWARE.
Most ol th. Stock is new, and lirst-
class, and prion will fa. found very
moderate.
WM. RAE,
Lundbim'. Block, Columbia St,
(JiMto)
ROYAL OITY
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Manufacturers and dealers in all
kinds of
B-Qngh ft Dressfld Lumber,
Laths, Shakes,
SAWN AND SPLIT 8H1N6LE8,
PIOKETS,
SALMON   BOXES,
Net Float., Can Tray., ud all kind,
of wood furnishings for canneries.
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
.   MOULDINGS,
Frames,   Brackets,
And seasoned finishing lumber con
stautly on hand.
Planing, Scroll-Sawlng, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST mTBOVED MAOHINBRV.
FISH  OASES   A  SPECIALTY.
STAIR BUILDING
Railings,  Balusters, Newel Posts,
Both plain and fancy, at reasonable rates.
Importers of all kinds of
FlatuiMoiGliiss
Orders from tlie country will receive
prompt and careful attention.
RICHARD STREET,    .
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Tlie Company
Take this opportunity of
thankng their numerous patrons for post favors, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same in the future. Having on hand a
large stock of both Rough
and Dressed Lumber of various kinds and grades, they
are prepared to give Bar**
gains for Cash for
the balance of the year.
Their Mill at Nanaimo is
now ir. operation, under the
superintendence of JHr*. A.
Haslam* and will keep
a full supply of Doors, Windows, ETC., ETC.
They have also to announce that they have opened a branch of their
business at Port
Moody* and will keep a
full supply of Lumber, Sawn
and Split Shingles, Windows,
Doors, Mouldings, and all the
necessary furnishings for
buildings at the Terminus.
Parties who intend building
there can count on obtaining
all the requisites for that purpose on the ground.
All orders will receive
prompt attention.
JOHN HENDRY,
ktuu.ia
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F. F. NEL80N,
HAS   JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full stock of
Dry floods, Groceries, and flen-
eral Merchandise,
Which will be sold at New Westminster
Prices.
-sT Neit Door to Caledonia Hotel.
.   ■ ■;    leao-to
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
EMM MM,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
'alS-to
A OHANOE
At First Cost.
All tlie remaining Block of
Ladies' Winter Jackets
And UlHtera AT COST.
To look at the goods and enquire tlie price
ib all I nsk.
tc   C. G. MAJOR.
B. C. A. A.
1888.
FIRST PRIZE!
-TO-
KURTZ&CO
-FOR	
CIGARS
[Signed] A. PEELE, Sec.
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&
-IMPORTERS-
&
MERCHANTS,
FBOXT ST., • NEW WEnKIHBTER
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Saperfinj and firaham
-WTiOTTlR
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS,
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
RAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agonte for Pacifio Coast Steamship Co.
         (jatltc)	
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westnwster, B. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS AlWAYS HI HAND.
10HNST0N & SMITH,
avoSMtc] PsoninaBi,
■HOB * OO. ABB MOW PRB-
,. pared to supply the vory uestAle
,-jmHhe Westminster BrewemOrders
left with Ur. Ch.s, llolKmouih, Front St.,
sff.llhav.prompt.tt.nllon.     . Jtito ADVERTI8INQ  RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—First Insertion, 8 cts. per line; subsequent Insertions,
2 cts. per line. „
Regular Commercial nnd Business Advertisements.—1 column, $12 per month;
]_ col., J7 per montli; Jicol., 84 per montli;
lunches, 82 per montli; 1 Inch, 81.50 pur
month. These rates to be churgod on
itandliiR advertisements which remain
ovor 8 months. If for a less period the
rates will be: 1 col., 815 per month; y_ col.,
89; U col., 86; 2 Inches, 01; 1 Inch, 82.
Specials, among reading matter.—First
insertion, II) cts, per line; subsequent insertions, 5 cts. per lino.    „'■"„'.,
Births, Marriages and Deaths, SI each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, CO ole. extra,
•ar All transient advertisements will bo
measured by a scnlo of solid Nonparlcl,
which makes 12 lines to tho inch and il
words to tho line. Display lines must bo
allowod for In making estimates, No advertisement Inserter' for loss than 81.00.
liu ftitisk Columbian.
Hnturtlny Hernial, Mnrcli 1, IBM.
Per utr Princess Louise, from Victoria,
Feb. 29.—Mrs Cox, Mrs Carmlchael, Mrs.
Taylor and 3 children, Mrs Black, Mrs
HlBooek, Miss Carmlclinel, fiupt Todd,
Taylor, Hendry, McKay, Morrison,Grunt,
Door, Noiiki-K, Green. Steward, Pierce,
Leopold, Jamieson, Felix, Thomas, Bolloy,
Carter, Young, Cowley, Burmcstcr, Lodge,
Howell, Cross, Jenkins, Mullane.Hpmtt,
Lord, Adair.
Oapt. Pools reports the thermometer
58 in the shade yesterday.
Men are at work repairing the Brunette bridge on the Pitt River road.   '
Hurry, mamma," aaid a little innocent with a out finger, "its leaking."
Gardening operations have already
commenced in some parts of the city.
Oapt.   Taylor   returned   yesterday
from Japan, bringing hts family with
him.
The str. Princess Louise arrived
frum Viotoria at 4.30 yeBterday afternoon.
A scow load of lumber will loayo
eaoh of the two oity mills to-day for
Port Moody.
The time for receiving tenders for
the Port Moody road haa been extended to the 12th inst.
Mr. J. A. Webster is putting up a
new fence on his lot, corner of Columbia and Merivala sts.
Large numbers of Chinamen were
employing their spare moments yesterday fishing from the wharves.
We have received from near Olinton
a piece of Scotch poetry, but it is
scarcely suitable for these columns.
Messrs. DeBeck Bros. & Co, expect
to have the new machinery in the
Brunette Sawmill ready for operation
next woek,
A new China house is going up ou
Custom House Square The Chiuose
seem bound to get a solid footing in
that quarter.
The Dominion Sawmill has been
shut down for a few days while the
hew boilers and machinery aro boing
put in position.
It is expected that the new tug for
the Royal City Planing Mills will be
launched next week. Tho machinery
is now being put in.
Some of our junior citizens wero
gathering sap from the maples ou
Thursday and making syrup. Thero
was an excellent run.
It is reported that tho bridge ovor
the Nicomekl rivor, on the Semiahmoo
road, is in a very unsafe condition and
liable to be carried away,
"A liever-fuiling spring," as the boy
remarked then the schoolmaster jumped frum his sent, -which had been previously innocutated with a bent pin.
Attention is called to the auction
sale of furniture and effeots advertised to take place at the Hustings
Hotel by Mr. Goldstone, auctioneer.
The railway switch at Port Hammond is almost completed to the
wharf, and very soon the cars will be
able to receive froight frum the steam-
era direct.
The three sick Ohinamen at Sapperton are reported tn be suffering from
the disease known as berrie-berrie,
and it fs believed at least two of thein
cannot recover.
The mayor hoi received a cheque
from the provincial government for $60
towards providing fur a man named
Milton, who came to this oity lately
sick and destitute.
During the past week or more the
weather has bean simply magnificent.
There are no traces of winter to bo
seen, and grass and flowers aie putting
on the hues of summer.
The steamer Senator, of Burrard
Inlet, hu been out in two and lengthened about 12 feet, The addition ia
said to have materially improved her
appearance and usefulness.
It is expeoted tho lighthouse at the
aandheads will be completed on Monday. The bell formerly used at Race
Rook Is being put up ana will be tnado
to ring by automatic machinory ns n
fog alarm.
The government str. Sir James
Douglas came up from Victoria on
Wednesday night and left for the
mouth of the river on Thursday. Sbo
brought the fog hell for the sandhead
lighthouse.
A reduction in rates uf the W. U.
Telegraph Oo. is announced. The
maximum rate for all messages from
and between points on the Pacifio coast
and those enst of the. Missouri river
will bt one dollar. \
Mr. Oeo. Turner, 0. £. (Woods &
Turner), ia now eugaged in making a
thorough examination of the Clarku
trail (Port Moody road) with a view to
preparing specifications upon which
tenders for tho work will be asked.
"A farmer's wife" wants to know if
we oan recommend anything to destroy
tht "common grub." We guess the
next tramp that comes along could
oblige you, if the family can't stand
your cooking.— Burlington Fm Frest.
We have received from Mr. Wm.
Niles, of Los Angeles, Cal., a finely
illustrated poultry and stook book.
Thu1 book contains a great deal of information valuable to persons engaged
in the poultry or stock business, and
is very bandy for referenoo. The prico
isGOcts.
Mr. W, M. Gross, of Victoria, has
just published the "Zephyr Waltz,"
composed by himself for the piano.
The waits ia dedicated to Mr. Joshua
Davies, and is not without merit. Mr.
Cross is not only a fine organist, but
promises to win distinction aa a musical
composer.
Some people who lately arrived from
Winning are completely bewildered
at the kind of winter weather we have
in this country. After sitting round
in the warm sun for a day enjoying the
mild and balmy breezes from the ocean,
thev are trying to find some one who
will kick them for ever going to Winnipeg. '	
mmsmwmsmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Mbthodist Church.--The Rev. W.
J. Dowler, B, A., will preach to-morrow at 11«. m. nnd 7 p. "•■ Sunday
School and Biblo Class at 2.30 p. m.
Seats froe. Strangers cordially invited. __       *
Poet Moody School.—Somo people at Port Moody have been complaining because tho government has
not established a school at that plnce.
Tliese pooplo ought to know that a
petition should first be presented to
the government asking for a school.
We believo this hns not boen done.
Tub Concert.—Iu addition to some
of the best local talent, the managers
of tho Mechanics' Institute have secured for their concert next Tuesday night
the services of Prof. Francis nnd
Messrs. Gross and Gandy of Victoria.
These three gentlemen will play an
overture on the pinno, organ nnd cornet, besides organ and violin solos.
From Nanaimo.'—The str. Dunsmuir camo over from Nanaimo yesterday morning with ono passenger (Mr.
Pleaco), 51 tuns of coal, and 15 tons
general merchandise. The merchandise came from San Franoisco via
Nanaimo, consigned as fallows: C,
■G. Major, Jas. Cunningham, Wm..
Rae, Chas. MoDonough, D. MoPliud*
den, aud F. Eickhoff.
' The &team Ferry.—.Tho steam
ferry was brought up to lhe wharf on
Thursday, and is now beginning to
assume a form of usefulness. A gcod
deal of tho machinery is put in, and
Oapt. Grant expects she will bo in
running order by the end of next
week. Peoplo aro looking forward
with considerable interest tu the establishment of this forry.
W. C. T. U. — Tno temperance
moeting held undor tho auspices of
tho W. C. T. U. last Wodncsday night
was a very interesting onu. In addition to the president's address (which
is published in another column), addresses wero delivered by Mrs. McNaughton and Mr. W. 11. Austin.
Mrs. Bunte nud Miss Whito gave readings, aud tho refreshment rooms wero
well patronised.
Police Court. — The advent of
spring seems to liavo thawed out tho
occupants of criminal resorts, und
there is now n fair amount of business
at the polico court. Since our Inst
issuo Hurry, nu Indian, 1ms been sent
up to the chaingang 11 months and
21 days for larceny;, Johnny, :i half-
breed, got 9 mos. for a similar offonco;
Swift, u gentleman of color, got 4 mos.
for supplying liquor to Indians; nud
a drunk and disorderly native got 1
mouth. There woro two Chines-; cases
up yestordny, but thoy woro reninnded.
Tempxbance,—The Women's Christian
Temperance Union will meet ia the
Reading Room, Wary Street, every Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'cloek, The Band
of Hope will meet at 2:30 every Saturday
afteraocB.-itrfr. fe6to
Directory.—Some people hnve gone
away with a mistaken notion respecting the Business Directory published
in another column. It does not profess to bo a complete directory nt nll,
but, as stated iu the introduction, contains only the names of poisons whose
advertisements appear in Tim Columbian. Whenever a business advertisement ib inserted the namo of tho
advertiser goes into the directory, and
the namo will disnpiienr with tho
ndvertiaomoiif. No names will bo
inserted in tlio directory, under any
circumstances, unless an advertisement
appears at tho same time iu the paper.
 s»
Port Moody.—Wo nro informed
that steps are boing taken for tho incorporation of the city of Port Moody.
Some timo last summer a petition was
sent to tho government applying for
letters uf incorporation; but it was
found thnt tho requirements of tho law
could not be mot, ns thero were not
sufficient residents to satisfy the net.
Since thut ttine Port Moody linn mado
considerable progress, nnd we are ns-
surod thnt thero nro now moro than
enough qualified citizens for the purpose of incorporation. If thero is a
general feeling in favor uf the movement, we presume the wishes of tho
people will meet with favorablo consideration. It in to be hoped, however,
that the charter will not be confined to
the narrow limits laid out in the previous application. If incorporation ia
Bought, it should include the whole of
Port Moody.
Weioiits and Measurer. — Capt.
Good, ihspector of weights nnd measures, arrived in'this city last Tuesday afternoon, and has opened nn
oflico in the post-ofiico building (front
room, ground floor). It is the intention of tho / Dominion authorites, wo
believe, to enforce strictly throughput
this provinco the Dominion act of 187.*
regulating weights and measures. Tho
provisions of tho act nro very stringent, and tho penalties for neglecting
to comply with thum aro sufficiently
Berious to demand tho attention of
all persons concerned. All weights
and measures must conform to tlio
imperial standard, nnd they must bu
stamped by tho inspector befotu thoy
cau bo used lawfully in trade, Persons dealing in weights aud measures
must have thom inspected and stamped
also, undor a penalty of 825, aud a
penalty of 920 is imposed on any poison who rofuscB to produce his weights
and moiumifui for inspectiou; Sueh n
law can only be made useful by becoming genoral, and it is to bo hoped all
persons will submit their weights and
measures without delay to Cnpt. Good
at his office In connection with this
mutter we may mention that Mr. H.
Findley, of Victoria, has opened a
shop noxt door to tho tolephone office,
whore people mny have their scales
nnd weights adjusted. It is no part
of tho iuBpootor s duty to adjust: he
simply inspects and stamps. But it is
evidont that unless some person is
present with the appliances necessary
to mako the adjustment, tho inspector's visit would be almost fruitless.
For this reason Mr, Findley has come,
and although he has no official connection whatever with the inspector, his
presence afford* on excellent opportunity to those, who wish thoir weights
and measures adjusted for inspection,
From Sumas.
CAPT1TBK 0F THK BELL MVRBEBKR
8AM HUNG BY A VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.
[By Telegraph to the Colombian.]
Matsqui, Feb. 97.—The Indian,
Luie Santo Sam, of Sumas, was arrested to-day for the murder of Mr, Belli
of Nuotsnck, aud committed by Win.
Campbell, J. P., who will send him to
New Westminster.
Noo-wack, W. T„ Feb. 27.-10:30,
p.m.—A man, just arrived herefrom
Sumas, states that on his way home he
mot a body of about 100 men en route
for Sumas. Uo thinks an attempt will
bo made to take the Indian murderer
from the B. C. magistrates and summarily disposo of him.
Matsqui, Feb. 28. — Information
from Sumas to-day states thnt after
the commitment of the Indian Louie
Sam he was placed in charge of two
special constables at York's with instructions to take him to New West*
minster this morning. About 9 o'clock
last night a large body of men, armed
and disguised, appeared. Ten of thein
stepped into the house and demanded
the prisoner. Mr. York refused to
give liim up, but a pistol was placed at
his head and he was ordered to stand
around nnd not interfere with them.
Tho prisoner was then taken out handcuffed, the men promising to send
tho handcuffs back next day. A
rope wns placed under his arm. and
he was lod away to a tree lying across
the Whatcom trail, about a mile on
this side of the U. S. boundary. Here
ho was strung up and found hanging
this morning with the handcuffs still
on. The mon woro all disguised, tlieir
faces being blackened and red stripes
painted about their eyes. None were
recognised by either the constables or
Mr. York. It is said that the boots
worn by the Indian whon captured
exactly correspond with the boot marks
around Mr. Boll's house, and that on
him were found a knife nnd other articles which were recognized as having
been in tho store previous to the
murder.
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Woolen Factory.
At the last session of the provincial
legislature the following bill was passed:
1. Thoro shall be paid out of the
Consolidated Revenue a sum of three
thousnnd dollars to any person who
will orect at some suitable place in the
Province a Woollen Mill, containing
good and sufficient machinery for a
one-set mill with five looms aud at
least four hundred spindles, capable of
manufacturing annually not less than
(ifty thousand pounds of wool into
yarns, blankets, flannels, tweeds, &e.
2. Such payment shall be made at
any time nfter the expiration of three
months-from Lhe time the mill shall
have been completed to the satisfaction
of the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
From flillllfotln.
[By Telegraph io the c-ot-umwan,]
Soda Obbbk, Feb. 28.-T. W, Uia-
kie, from Chilliootin, reports beef cattle doing welt. Ho nxpeota great losses among the breeding stook. Tho
severo cold snap is over. Average
depth of snow one foot. The ice on
the river bnnk is 15 feet thick. With
much regret wo announce tho death of
Mrs. B. F. English, nt Deer Park,
Ohillicutin, on tho 21st Februnry.
■» 1—i—
Pocket Cuti.khy.-T. lt Pearson k
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
From Manitoba.
Broadview, N. W. T„'Feb. 25.—
Contrary to expectation Yellow Calf,
the rebellious Indian Chief, gave himself to the police this afterneon and,
together wiih four of his braves, started for Kegina this morning to be tried
by tho courts. Everything is quiet
and the trouble is probably ovor for
tho present.
St. Paul, Feb. 3& -A Winnipeg
special says a man named - R Ryan
was arrested to-day for having published a circular calling for 900 recruits to do frontier service at Emerson nnd along the international boundary mid signing the name of Adjutant-General Houghton to tho call.
Tho prisoner is an Irish Catholic and
correspondent of the Irith World. He
is supposed to be connected with the
fouinn organization in Minnesota and
Dakota, but the reason of his action is
not clear. An investigation will be
held to-morrow.
St. Paul, Feb. 28. — Associated
press Winnipeg apecial aays Ryan was
remanded, The authorities are in
doubt as to what charge to bring
against him. His conduct ib regarded
as a foolish joke and is not for a mo
ment seriously considered,    j
Birth or the Colombia Blver.
When the mountain systems had
been perfected, encircling the waters
between the Rocky Mountains and
Cascade Range, forming a great inland
sea, tho tide no longer ebbed and flowed thero "twice in twenty-fuur hours."
But whon the alarm of the storm was
sounded; when the thick clouds were
mustered for the black tempest, and
the winds burst forth in their mad
fury, thon the waves dashed up the
steep sidos of the sand cliffs and each
loft ita ripple marks as it receded, In
the process of time the sand was
changed to stone, the vtnvg lines still
remained - -mementoes of a past epoch,
As the upheaval of the bed of the imprisoned waters continued, their sur-
faco gradually rose until far above the
level of the ocean, unable to escape
the mountain chain that formed an
impenetrable barrier to their egress.
If thore wi.s a diminution from evaporation, it was moro than compensated by
tho rainfall during thu rainy season.
Thou us now, tho son breeze carried
eastward tho oci-an-formed clouds,
whon tho moisture won condensed by
the cold nml tlio rainfall was general.
Streams and rivers wero formed, all
flowing into the imprisoned waters,
which woi-o thus constantly increasing.
During tho lapse of ages tho imprisoned
waters roach the summit of thu Cascades. A storm arises. Great wavos
are rolling aenms its surface. See!
what a monster billow approaches! It
would overwhelm a wholo fleet! Now
it breaks with the force of a million
tons against the rocky barrier interposed between two lofty peaks, Look!
a part of tho mountain is moved out tif
its place and borne irresistibly forward.
Before it yawns an awful precipice;
but, as if exhausted by the gigantic
struggle, the waters retire and the
loosened mass of rook is once more at
rest. Again nnd again tho waters roll
forward, like the phalanx of an army,
whon a third wave, towering like n
giant, dtwhos upon tho shattered mass,
bearing it grandly un, then hurling it
headlong thousands of feet bolow. The
broach has been mado, and now the
imprisoned waters tush madly on—-
rualing, falling, foaming — carrying
everything before them, wearing tlieir
passage through the solid rock, aa they
cut a channel fov tho grand old Columbia.— From  the Portland (Or.) Wed
Shore,
■ _•_ ^__	
Ur, H. A. Harrison, Chemist and
Druggist, Dimnvllle, Out., writes: "I
can with confidence recommend Northrop
k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Curo for Dyspepsia, Impure
Blood, l-imules on the Face, Biliousness
and Constipation—suoh cases having
come under my personal observation,"
NEW8 FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Cairo, Feb. 27.—Gen. Gordon reports Soudan tranquil and he is Bonding 300 invalids down the rivor.
Khabtoum, Feb. 27.— For the purpose of reassuring the well affected mid
overcoming the disaffected, two armed
steamers under white flags will ascend
the White Nile under tho command uf
Col. Stewart and will distribute freely
Gen. Gordon's -proclamation. If attacked the crews will be tn u position
to dofend themselves.
Suakin, Feb. 27.—Admiral Huwitt
has started for Trinkitat. This indicates that the situation at Suakin is
not as critical ae imagined. It is supposed Graham is waiting for the arrival
of the 05th regiment, 1,500 strong,
due from Aden to-day.
Khabtoum, Feb. 27.—A mnn who
left El Obeid ten days ago nrrived this
morning. Ho reports the garrisons of
El Fasher, Davra, Masteruino, aud
Fogo, are still surrounded, while the
garrisons ot Emshanca have surrendered. He says there has been no fighting at Bahrgatelle. He saw throe
Englishmen at El Obeid who wero captured at Koahgil. They are well treated. Missionaries were not molested.
Mahdi has only a garrison nt El Obeid.
Arabs have gone tu their villages, but
are under a promise to assemble iu
case of war. Merchants are passing
freely between here nnd Dongola.
Cairo, Feb. 27.— Tho advance of
the English troops on Teb commenced
before daybreak to-day. Two hundred
and fifty men left the garrison at
Trinkitat and a force of three thousand
five hundred advanced to Attack. It
was expected that a battle would be
fought at about 0 in the morning. Tho
navnl brigade joined Gen. Gratiam with
two nine-puundors, There is a general
anxiety in Cairo about tho result of
the expedition, and less confidence folt
that the English will bo victorious.
The blaok troops at Suakin have beeu
found to be in communication with
Ahmed Barondi, second iu command
undor Osman Digma. Admiral Howitt
has forbidden them to leave tho camp,
and given them urders to opon Bro if
there are any symptomB of mutiny.
Suakin, Feb. 27,—A fight took
placo to-day ou the Berber road, 0
miles from Suakin, between the rebels
and friendly tribes. Some of the latter cut their way through. Two thouaand men gathered from tribes numbering 10,000 who wish to come in tomorrow. Friendly tribes desire to
fight if supported.
Suakin, Fob. 28.—Thu rebels lost
1,300 men in the recent tight witli
Baker Pasha.
Trinkitat, Feb. 28.—The British
camp is well ' protected with earthworks. Spios report Osman Digma
threatening Suakin. Admiral Cour-
bet has returned to Suakin. Tho rebels are massing one mile from Fort
Baker and are firing at the British
videttes, without, however, doing nny
harm. A Krupp gun has been mounted at thu fort.
London,- Feb. 28.—The police havo
discovered a large quantity of explosives underneath the Charing Cross
railway itatton.
Portland, Feb. 28. - • Tho first
through passenger* aud mails from the
enst whioh havu arrived horo for a
week came in at 10 o'clock lost night.
Tho regular train from Walla Walla,
which brought them, was due here at
0:30 yesterday morning; but wns delayed two hours at Walhda, waiting for
a Northern Pacifio connection, and 10
hours at Blalocka by an nccident.
The passengers numbered about
twenty, mostly emigrants, and there
were;.about one and a half tens of
mails. The company expect to have
the line in complete repairs by Friday
morning. Iu the meantime transfers
are made both ways by wagon and
coach, of passengers, mails, baggage
and express. A train with considerable mail and a large number uf passengers, including the party of railroad
men en route to: Portland, arrived at
Wallula thia morning and reached
here thia evening before seven o'clock.
CANADIAN.
Ottawa, Feb. 24. — On Monday
Shakespeare of British Columbia will
introduce in the house of commons a
motion to have copies of correspondence between British Columbia and
the federal government, in relation to
the immigration of Chinese into that
province, produced. The two bills
recently paused by the legislature of
British Columbia, and wliich woro reserved for the sanction of the governor
general, have reached Ottawa.   -
Toronto, Feb. 20.—The abolition
of grocers' liquor licenses in this city
waa voted to-dr.y nud carried. The
temperance people nre jubilant.
Toronto, Feb. 27.—The city council met this evening and passed a bylaw abolishing grocers' liquor licenses
with an interim injunction restraining
thu Bale pending nny appeals.
. Toronto-Fob. 28.—Thu court today it-fused to continue thu Injunction
restricting the oity council from puss*
ing a bylaw abolishing the grocers'
liquor licenses. The council meets tomorrow to pass tho bylaw. Tln\Do-
in mion license commissioners in-niiy
decided that there is nothing iu iho
McCarthy Act passed last session to
prevent them granting licenses to
grocers who nro licensed at present.
The grocers therefore will apply foi-
licenses under the Dominion Act.
This conflict of authority between
the Dominion und Ontario governments will be brought before the
courts during the present summer.
VV. C. T. U.
Reporter au AdOi-ess delivered i>> Mr*.
Jns. I iiniiiiiaiiniu. I'reslrient of lhe
Society, iii ih, ii-Tiiiij. iirid iiml wrd*
n-sila> nlulil,
Mv Dkar Friends,—We appear before you this evening as representatives
of tho largest society composed of and
conducted by women that has ever existed. Although few in numbers here,
it makes us feel both strong and thankful to know tlint in every capital and
leading city and town of every state and
territory of the Great Republic the most
intelligent, energetic, honorable and holy
women of the nation have organized
themselves into one great aniiy, for the
protection of all they hold most dear;
their watchword being, "For. God and
Home and Native Laud." In the United
States alone there are over 3,000 auxiliaries, with a paying membership of 125,.
000 women. The various local unions in
each state are auxiliary to their own
state union nml the several state unions
are auxiliary to the National Union of
which the gifted Miss Frances E. Willard
is the President, Iu our own Dominion
tho TV. C. T, U. has been planted and is
growing rapidly. Mrs. Letitia Youmans
is our recognized loader aud lecturer iu
Canada. For several years she was tho
pr sidetit of the Ontario union and she
now travels and organizes new societies
in the provinces. Before long we hope
to have a Dominion National, uniting all
the provinces. When MIsb Willard visited Victoria Inst summer she assisted in
organizing in that city both a provincial
and local union, and last September our
own local union wns organized iu New
Westminster, by Mrs. McNaiighten, the
frovincial vice -ii resident of this district,
n tho Old World, too, the women are at
work, preparing for what I trust we may
vet live to see, a World's W. C. T. U.
The good news coines to us from Germany, France, England, India, China
nnd other distant parts and we rejoice to
know that our universal christian sisterhood are awaking to tho consciousness of
the grent responsibility resting upon
thein, and thoy no longer dare to remain
inactive In England they have organized under the name of "The British Women's Temperance Association." As
chairman of ono of thoir anniversary
meetings held recently, the Rev.-Charles
Garrett addressed them, and in his closing remarks said: "Thereare. just three
questions I should like evory mother who
is not un abstainer to put to herself, upon
her knees. The first question is this—
May I be an abstainer 1 Is there any law
anywhere that snya I must not? Ami
free ? Well, you know what the answer
will be—you may abstain. Then the
next question is—Ought I to be an abstainer? Put the may first, then bring
the ought.. Ought I to be? In the presence of all these evils, in tho presence
of the danger to whicli everybody is exposed who takes the drink, ought 1? I
henr ladies say they really don't know
Imw they can do anything. Why, put
on the blue ribbon, and as you walk
down the streot you will do good. Many
a.voting lady, I believe, at the last day
will know that tho wearing of that bit
of blue was the greatest thing sho ever
did in her life. Ought I, for the suke of
the country with which 1 am associated,
for the sake of Christ? May I? There
is no law against it. Ought I? From
every side there comes the cry, 'You
ought.' Then thero is the third question—Shall I ?   You must decide that,
1 can not."
But to return to the American continent and to the W. C, T. U. which wo
so feebly represent, for we hnvo yet to
celebrate our first anniversary in this
province and we are but just learning to
follow in the footsteps of our devoted
leaders, I have beeu greatly interested in
rending the "Union Signal" ami Miss
Willard's book, "Woman and Temperance," nud through them have gained
some knowledge of tlio origin and early
history of the National W. Cl T. U. As
tliose books have not yet become common among us, it may not be out of
place for mo to givo you a few gleanings
.   VAiMAH CoMKlIK BHKAl>.-r"Uiuihl,'1
exclaimed a Vassal- C.lleue' j-iil.
"Bread! Well, I bhould say i can
iiinke bread. Wo studied thai iu our
first year. Yon see tho yen-,1 ferments
and the gus iluis formed permeates
everywhere, and- transforms the plastic material into a clearly obvious
atomic structure, and thou— -" "But
what is the plastic material you speak
nf?" ''Oh! that is commonly called
thu sponge. "But how do you make
the sponge V "Why, you don't mako
it; thu cook always tends to lhat.
Then we test the sponge with Hie thermometer and hydrometer, and a Int. of
othor iiitttniuieiits, thu lianas of which
I don't remember, nud i hen hnnd it
back to tho cook, ami I don't know
what shu does with it then, but when
it coines on the table it ia just spleii-
did."— Chicago Saturday IJerald,
Mr, W. Mngiiiru, merchant, at Franklin, writes: "I wm afflicted with pain
in iny shoulder for eight years—almost
helpless at times — have tried many
remedies, but with no relief, until 1
Used Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil. After
a few applications the pain left mo entirely, and I bad no pains since. Do
not take Electric or Electron Oils, hut
Me ihat you get Dr. Thomas' Kclectric
Oil,"
from them this evening:—-Ten years ago,
the SUrd of last December, Dr. Dio Lewis, of Lexington, Mass., delivered his
lecture, "Woman's Prayer in Grogshops," in the Presbyterian church of
Hii Inborn, Ohio, In the course of his
lecture lie told of the successful efforts
made by his own mother and other heroic women to induce tho saloon-keepers to
stop selling liquor, and in concluding
called upon tho women present to ex-
fijresa, by rising to their, feet, their wil-
lugness to undertake a similar mission
in their own town. After a short pause,
"about fifty women, of overy age and
degree, Were standing, with quivering
nerves and throbbing nearts, pledged in
God's sight" to go forth in Hu might to
overthrow the Goliah of strong drink.
Dr. Lewis then asked how many men in
that audience would stand up to sustain
the ladies iu this work, nnd "forty of
the best, most reliable men of the town
arose." Tin* meeting then adjourned, it
being arranged that the women and their
supporters moot again at nine the next
morning to decide upon a plan of action.
Just here allow mc to introduce to you a
gentle, christian lady of sixty yeats, the
wife of nn Ohio judge, Mrs., Eliza J.
Thompson, ef Hillsboro. She was not
at the mooting on the night of the 23rd,
hut her sou, a lad of sixteen years, was,
nml when he returned home he related
to his mother, in an excited manner, the
events of the evening, adding, "And now
mother they lmvo got you into business,
for yon mc >m a committee to do some
work nt tiio Presbyterian church iu the
iiiuruhur at nine o'clock and then the
ladies want you tn go out with thom to
tlio saloons. The judge, niter a tiro-
somo day at court, was resting himself
tqiuu a couch in the room and seemed to
bo ttsleup! hut when he heard his son's
startling unm-iim.-on.cut, he raised himself upon liis elbow ami wild. "Wlmt
toin-fqnlurj' is nil that?" The boy slip-
■u-.l.-*iiirtly from the i-qoM, while Mi's.
Thompson iWBiitedliui husbiiiul that she
wriil'l not allon* li rseH-tK» be led into
ttiiy foolish notion, .thii liltor he bad re-
gained his usualoinppuuio, she vt'iituivd
to remind him tliat the nieit 1ml been in
the lom-foutery business a lung timo, nnd
eugqisted Unit it- might be God's will
that tho women shnidd now take their
part. The next morning nfter breakfast
im'h her Bon nud daughter iii-juircd
anxiously if shu were not going to the
meeting, ami her husband, alter walking
Iim Hour fur some thins in nilence, .ston-
utl, und Uy'tug hii hand upon tlw iainily
I'.,ble Raid: "I'liiJdien, yen know where
your mother goes to settle till vexed
qui-*ii<>U8, Let us leave her ol0ne,f
Tims left .--lie ..ii*- nut long in swing her
duty plain to go tu the church whore she
found a company of seventy-five women
ami twunty-tive men. Dr. McSuiely,
the pastor of tho church, was acting as
chairman, anil upon hor arrival, Mrs.
Thi'inmoii was unanimously 'cbouen as
their l-siiiler, ApieCaU wero drown np to
the drugu;istii, saloon-keepers and hotel
proprietevs. after whieh Dr. McSurely
invited the president-elect to take the
"pout of honor;" but, as she expressed it
afterwavds, "Your humble servant could
mil; ln>r limbs rqfuscd to bear her;" seeing which the Dr. wisely requested tho
gentlemen to accompany him fiom the
room nud ienve the women alone. They
immediately felt at perfect liberty and
after committing all their ways to God
iu prayer nnd seeking His divine strength
ami presenco, having previously read together the 140th psalm, they went forth,
two and two, the small women iu trout
ami the taller onos following, singing as
they went thoir crusade hymn, "Give to
the winds thy fears; hope abd be Undismayed; God hoars thy sighs and counts
thy tears; God shall lift Up thy head,"
Just as they passed through the church
gateway into the Btreet, .they were singing: "Far, far above thy thought, IHib
counsel shall appear, When fully He the
work hath wrought, That caused thy
needless fear." Day after day they met
and prayed and started out upon their
self-sacrificing mission, and many of the
saloon-keepers yielded to their prayers
and tears, until one day au injunction
was filed against the street work, ut the
suit of a liquor-selling druggist. But
this could not prevent their meeting for
prayer and ever since a weekly meeting
has been held as tho result of that beginning. The crusade fire spread fast, and
the women of many other states did
noble work for the cause of temperance.
In the month of August following Dr.
Vinceut called together the first national
suuday-school assembly, upon the shore
of Lake Chataiiqua, where for two weeks
they dwelt in tents and worshipped in
nature's temple. Among the earnest
sunday-scliool workers who met there
were to be found many of the women
who had drawn near to God in satoou
prayer meetings, and as they conversed
together of their past conquests, they felt
their hearts aflame again with holy zeal.
One day in a woman's prayer meeting in
one of the tents, Mrs. Mattie McL'lellan
Brown, while on her knees, received the
idea, as an inspiration, that the temperance women of the different states should
unite as one organized society. She immediately imparted the thought to a ladv
kneeling at tier side, Mrs, Russell, of
Chicago, and they ut once brought it before the prayer meeting in which it hnd
been given them, The idea woe accepted and it was decided to call the ladies
together that afternoon for consultation.
Dr. Vincent announced the meeting from
the platform of the canvas tabernacle,
and there at the close of the temperance
prayer meeting at four o'cloek tho women succeeded in forming a committee of
organization and arranged for the holding of an organizing convention in Cleveland, Ohio, November 18th, 10th, and
20th, 1874, invitations for which were
sent out, asking for a delegation consisting of one woman from each congressional district. Accordingly this convention
was held in the Second Presbyterian
church, Cleveland, Mrs. Jennie V. Willing occupying the chair. Sixteen states
were represented and the officers of the
National Women's Christian Temperance
Union were elected for the yenr as follows: President, Mrs. Annie F. Witten-
myer; vice-presidents, one from each
state represented; recording secretary,
Mrs. Mary C. Johnson; corresponding
secretary, Miss Frances K. Willard; treasurer, Mrs. W. A. Ingham. Tliese remained hi office without muoh cliango
for five years when, in 1579, Miss Wil
lard was elected president and ever since
she has been the accepted and beloved
leader of this grand christian army. This
year when she was re-elected the enthusiasm ran so high that ono lady rose nnd
said, "Let us sing Gad save our Queen,"
aud this they did right loyally. The
Women's Christian Temperance Union,
in all its various departments, hns been
called the "Sober second thought" of the
crusade. Its members no longer content
themselves with occasional visits to liquor saloons, iu the hope of persuading
individual offenders to surrender, but
they endeavor to influence the law-makers, and pray for the time when the
manufacture and sale of poison as a
beverage shall be prohibited by law.
They also follow the victims of strong
drink to the hospitals and gaols and by
loving ministry try to restore them to
health and virtue. They visit the gangs
of railroad working men, and by kind
words aud the distribution of temperance
literature give them courage to abstain
from evil and stand firm for the right.
Thuy gather together the sailors and seamen in some convenient Bethel room,
and there read God's word with them
and sing and pray aud talk till very
many of these oftimes "prodigal sons"
gladly receive the good news nud are restored to thoir Father's Home. They
establish friendly inns, frequently in
buildings which have been usee for the
sale of liquor, on wharves and near depots, and there they offer refreshment
and rest to weary travellers, free from [
allurements to vice and surrounded with
all good influences. They also open up
coffee houses, where nightwatehnien and
belated ones may be invigorated without
any danger uf intoxication. And last,
but by no means least, they educate the
children, those who havo never known,
from its use, what alcohol iH, and by
teaching them its nature and effects,
cause them to hate and shun it aa they
would arsenic. In ten years from now
we hope to Bee a race of intelligent temperance men, worthy of a place in any
legislative assembly, and tenrperance
women worthy to become their life-long
companions and advisors. In conclusion
I will give you a few sentences from the
closing remarks of Miss Willard's annual
address i—"Beloved, we have given hostages, not to fortune, but to humanity.
We are building better tban wo know.
We stand not only for the cause of temperance, but for a diviner womanhood
that shall ere long bring In the era of
'sweeter manners, purer laws.' We
stand for the mighty forces whieh level
up, not down, and whieh shall draw
manhood up  to woman's   standard of
vessel is deeply laden, will barely rest
upon the water. He estimates that a
vessel of 12,000 tons ns compared with
the newest fast steamers, with 10,000
horse power, 1,200 feet immersed
cross-Bee th m. and running 20 knots
per hour in calm wuter, would show a
Bpeed of 32 knots, and probably 35
knots. It follows that such a vessel
could cross the ocean, in calm water,
front New York lo Europe in about
four days. This is by no means nn
extravagant supposition, ns the fineness of the linos is out of comparison
witli the usual lines in fast steamers,
and can be compared only with tliose
of some fine race boats renowned for
their speed, and built cither shall
and wide or narrow and deep, the now
type partaking of both those principles
and carrying them to the utmost. It
is possible experience might show that
the shape of tho prow will cause such
a vessel to be much less influenced by
rough weather than the ordinary shape,
The oceu n-travel ing public would glad
ly welcome the day when M, Sebillot'i
new rapid transit idea shall become a
fact.— Hartford Post.
Geeat Results ahe Sfeeimu- Accom-
pushed by the lending alterative, Nor-
throb k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
aud Dyspeptic Cure, indigestion ceases,
biliousness disappears, constipation gives
place to regularity of the bowels iu consequence uf taking it. Ladies suffering
from complaints peculiar to their sex experience long Wished for relief from it,
and impurities iu the circulation no longer trouole those who have sought its aid,
Give it a trial and ypu will not regret it.
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Corns cause intolerable pain.   Hollo-
way's Corn Cure removes tho trouble.
liy.
T, R. Pearson k Co. Imve just opened
out a very largo and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of England common prayer and hymn books.
They are tho finest ever shown in tlie
eity.—Adv.
For all troubles of the Throat, us*
Allen's Lung Balsam. 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 oilice in
the province.—-Ada.
For diseases leading to Consumption;
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. ii
another column.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown eatate for sale by C. 1), RAND."
Diaries tor 1884 at T. R. Pearson k
Co's.—Ado.
■Several houses for sale by C. D. RAND.
County Court.
VrOTICJC IS HKREBVGIVEN that
ll the next flitting of tlie County Court
will he held on Wetluesday, the f-tli dny
of March, 1884.
Dated 9th February, IBS*,
E. A. JENNS,
Kefilslrnr County Court.
fel3-td New Westminster.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shingle
Shingle Maohine. Steady employment
an4 good wages to a first-class man. No
other need apply.
R. STEVENSON,
jy7*tc] Chilliwhack,
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The following Business Directory contains only the names of such ooncerus as
advertise In tho Columbian. It will be
found convenient and useful to new*
comers and persons wishing to'do business In thin city, The names are given In
nlphnlielleal order:
Physicians.
{>'• •■<""'■>' Agnes Street
!lr-1 ""per rhun-li Street
Or. narrow Oranvllle
Dr. M-i--J,eod Columbia Ntrect
Mr. Ti. w  MoKenule Street
Dr. Wade Surrey Municipality
Lawrcn,
it W- Armstrong. Columbia street
Corbould & McColl Mary street
Insurance Agent...
W J Armstrong.	
\V D Ferris	
Kyle & Tilton	
T it Pearson & Co	
C D Kami	
Turner, Beeton & Co...
Woods A Turner	
 Front street
...Columbia street
 Front street
....Columbia street
...Columbia street
 Victoria
...Columbia Btreet
Auctioneer*-.
W R Olorico ; Viotoria
Joseph (ioldstuiii- Columbia stroet
.Ins Morrison Coiumbin street
Surveyor*-.
Howse A HICkman Front street
WooiIkA Turner. Columbia street
(■-in*.cyanucrii, Land Agent*, *e.
A I Alport ...Mary stroet.
II \ LtjiuoadH Coiumbin street
W II I-'nldliii; Columbia street
W lilVrrl-. Columbia street.
llowscA ItiVI'iinm Frontutrt-ct
•A in .M-.-I.eun_ ..Port Mornlv
Jns Morrison Columbia strcel
C 1) Hand Columbia street
Wood? ft Turnei Columbia street
';<m .ul Itlcrvhuilr-.
Mrs Kckstein Collimbia street
Mrs DiiimuUuhl  Columbia street
cc Major. Coiumbin street
Win McColl Columbia street
F I-" N-Im-ii I'ort Moodv
Wm line coiumbin street
TurnCr, Beeton & Co (wliob"-ille)..VIetorla
Hardware, Ac.
Carriage Work*.
Johnston tfeSmith Columbia street
Commlssloii Merchant ■.
W 11 Clarke. Victoria
Homer & Son - Front street
Kyle & Tilton.. Front atreet
Druggists.
D H Curtis & Co Columbia street
A Peele , Columbia street
Hoots and Shoes.
It Thomas Coiumbin stroet
Furniture.
 Coiumbin street
John Walsh Columbia street
Drrm.m altera.
Mine Taylor* Mile HarriB Coiumbin st
Hair Dreisers.
Geo .Monde Columbia Ntrect
Books, Stationer-,-, tfce.
•son & Co..... Coiumbin stroet
 Yale
TKP_    ...
T lt Pearson A Vo
Musical Ini-lrumentH,
Cross' Musical Agency..... Victoria
■riimmiill Vtotorin
f It Pearson A- Co Columbia street
Kurtz & Co....
Cigars.
 Victorin
Mr. Henry Honling, of Toronto,
writes: My little daughter, 7 years of
age, has been a terrible sniTeror this
winter from rheumatism, hcing for weeks
conliueil to Iter bed, with limbs drawn
«p, which could uot be straightened,
ana mifFering great pain iu every joint
of liuiba, turns ami nhouldern. Tlie hest
of physicians could not help her, and
we were advised to try Dr. Thomas'
Kclectric Oil, which we done, and th-i
benefit wm at otiee apparent; after using
two bottle*' the pain left, her Iiml* m-
■umed their natural shape, and in two
weeks she wm as well st ever. It 1ms
not returned.
L-l-l—L 	
To Europe In Four nays.
A. French engineer, il. Sebillot,
proposes to shorten tlio time between
thii continent and Europe to four
days. Hiii idea is fn adapt to ocean
navigation, on a more acittoand longer
sonic, the idea wliich models tho North
Kiver steamer-- and the ferryboats of
the East River. It is that of having
virtually two hulls, n lower and an
upper, thu lower in the center to be
deep, long, narrow, and at the bows
very sharp, reducing tho angle forward
by the line of the bows whoro they cut
the water with the line nf the vessel's
motion from ono to fifteen degrees, as
now, to oven threo degrees. The lower
hull will thus preserve a width from
Item to stern of unly a third tho width
bf the upper hill, and the latter will
either be out nf water, or, when the
Liquor*,,
K Brown & Co.'. Columbia stroet
W Ij Fer;iB (agent) Columbia street
Kcluti-A Co Sapperton
Kyle A Tllton Front street
Hotels.
Ilriglilou (Geo Uluek> ......Hastings
Fanners' Home (.1 Turnbull) Church Ht
<;r,uivlllei.l Miuinloni Hrunvllle
Oceldont {.) Austin) Columbia street
Flih Dealers.
< TaftUmlnlc Front -drool
Butchers.    ■
Hold Dickinson Columbia Kh-eet
Caiitractor* ami Bitllrici*.
J A Calbick... ...Merchant Kfiutirc
Cnrtlugniid Teaming.
BanicKj;Collins Pioneer Wharf
Pile Drivers.
Gilley, .Mooney A Co Address, Po-itofflcc
San-and Plautug Mills.
Dominion Sawmill Itlchard street
Branch lumber vards ai port Moody
und Victoria,
Royal City Plnnlne Mil].s....Hlehard street
lirunoh lumber yard flt I'ort Moody,
nnd mill el Nanaimo,
Book Binding,
H T Williams, Victoria
Thos Tugwell Sooke, B C
Printing Office.
D Robson & Co (Columbian) Coiumbin ni
Ruling nud plain binding.
NOTICE.
AFTER 20th OCTOBER, 1883, NO
freight will he received or delivered
after B p. m. on Now Westminster
Wharf.
THOMAS L. BRIGGS,
Agent New Westminster Wharf.
(oo20tc)       	
Will be mailed
ctiitomen of last
It contains illustration.,, price*, dwcriptioni lm
dircciinn* for planting nil Vegetable «nd Flowe
*«ed* punts, etc,  invaluable to all.
D.M. FERRY SCOrn
CEOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Viotorii
Uritish   Columbia.
Lffcllj IU|*J
AFFECT TOlf.
It excites expectoration and causes tho
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes the tecrelions and purifies the
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; briugs
the liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Such is
TIIK IMMKMATK AN11 SATISKAClrtllY EFFECT that it it warranted to break up the
most distressing cough in a few hen-re*
time, if not of tno long standing, // j*
warranted to iitve KSttiiE hatisfactjok,
kven in tiik most confirmed cam of Consumption I It it ibarrdtittd not to produce
costivenoss {which is tlie case with most
remedies), or affect the head, ns it contains no opium iu any form. // in warranted to tm perfectly harmless to the most
delicate child, although it is tin active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, when Al-
i.kn'h Ltwa Balsam will prevent ib if
only taken in time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, ami who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, we would recommend to give At*
lkn's Luno Uamam a trial. Sold by all
DrHggttt*. jeSO-lm,
ORIGINAL BELL ORGAN,
RAINER PIANOFORTE,
■KIRKfllAN PIANOFORTE.
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Frank Siddall's Soap
PURNIflftKD HY
HENRY W^HUCHES.
rnHK ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
JL been tried liy nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or no de
soription, but for strangers tlie following
is printed: It does tlie washing for a
family in two horns; no boiling allowed;
littlo or no rubbing on the board: blue
uot needed; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
docs two weeks' washing. Tho finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true.
Thu undersigned being tlie first to introduce it, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize him. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co., nt the Occident Hotel,
ami orders received and JSoai- supplied
at Mr. C. 0. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
1 icing well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, ana books sold
hy ngente only, I need uo introduction.
To those out of town, n letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHK8,
«M1 New Wirt., B, 0. {Dor .Store.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
Eighty-live thousand pounds!—there
suddenly spread before me a dazzling
son—-a sea of gold, and ita waves were
bringing one who was dear to me
"through life to death,"--ouo who
was serving in a weary exile for the
Rachel of his love.
Let no one say proudly that he can
surmount temptation, for we know
not how weak we are till we ure
tempted—till some brilliant vision of
hope blot out tho wrong and confuse
tho right, as for one giddy, uncertain
moment it bewildered me.
For while Mr. Delany's babbling
faraway voice wandered meaiiinglessly
on, my thoughts, winged with an intolerable impulse, were skimming the
ocean, and had arrived to where my
lonely Koith wns working out his
heart's blood beneath the burning sun,
that ho might tho sooner come back
to me and Sunnyside; and look! how
the golden waves are lapping at his
feet with their message of Nellie's
love: the little boat, the rippling sunlit sea, last night's dream. Oh for tho
J'earning of a passionate heart just
earning the strength of its lovel
And then I thought of tho manso,
its good minister gone, Aunt Margaret
in her widowed loneliness, and Katie
in hor pure unselfish grief; and I
thought how the golden sea would
bring back the son and brother to
their hearthstone and make their sad
hearts sing for joy. And then my
hent head was suddenly raised, and
Roso's sweet kiss of peace fell like
dew on my hot brow.
"Look up, Helen—we are all waiting to congratulate you. Why, your
eyes nre full of tears, love—you cannot think wo aro sorry, Philip aud I,
that this rich gift has passed to you—
nay, cheer up—much blessing and
much good attend you and it."
But answer made I tiono, for tho
strange beating at my heart, as I roso
and crossed the room to where the
lawyer sat clearing his throat over Ins
papers.
"Which part of the will relates to
me, Mr. Delany? show me tho exact
place."
"This, my dear young lady—look,
hero is your name, clear as print,
Helen Marion Mortimer, and a nice
pretty name it is, too. The rest is
only servant-)' legacies, and so forth."
"Good," I answered, "I understand;" and then I took it in my hand,
and knelt down by tho sofa, wliere
Philip lay with shaded face and weak
irrepressible tears starting through his
wasted fingers.
On Beeing mo near him, he brushed
them hurriedly away, and began i
half-joking speech of congratulation
but I stopped him.
"By this will, Captain Hazeldean.
your aunt hat disinherited you, and
bonueathod the wholo of her landed
and personal property to myself, being
no relation, but only her god-daughter
and the child of lm- friend; nnd she
further deputes me, as her sole legatee,
so it is worded, I think, to make over
to yuu the sum of one hundred and
fifty per annum—is uot that correct?"
"Quite correct, Miss Mortimer," he
replied, coldly; "but it is for Captain
Hazeldean to decide whether he deign
to accept that paltry sum."
"It is for Captain Hazeldean to do
nothing of the kind," I replied, turning ret) nnd throwing the will into the
fire. "It is a wicked, monstrous, unjust will, and Helen Marion Mortimer
will have nothing to aay to it, and will
never touch one farthing of money,
which belongs to you, and I only hopo
that dear Rose and you may long live
to spend and enjoy it;" and sitting
down on tho floor, I began sobbing
liko a child.
"Helen—-iny dear Miss Mortimer,"
cried poor Philip, quite overcome,
and Btammering painfully, "this generosity—this kindness, I cannot, muat
not accept. Come tome, Rose; what
are we to say to it—what arc we to
doi"
"Do, my dear Captain!" said Mr.
Delany, bustling about, and blowing
his nose loudly: "nay, if this noble
young lady does the right thing, and
puts you in possession of what, as the
rightful heir, yuu had reason to expect, you can do no better than what
■he herself says, enjoy it with the
good lady your wife."
"But we can divide it," persisted
Philip. "Miss Mortimer can take
half."
"No, no, I cannot touch it; pray
do not pain mo so; I have no right at
all to it—it ia yours and Rose's." And
then Dudley came nnd lifted me up,
and standing with his arm round me,
and a proud pleased look on his face,
quietly reiterated my words,
"My sister has acted according to
her own good impulse; but if I could
have advised hor, my counsel would
havu been just the samo"--and then,
with such a smile, "I only hope, Nollie, that those quick little fingers of
Jours have not too much complicated
Ir. Delany's work with regard to the
lesser legacies," at which Mr. Delany
laughed and took snuff again.
And then Philip rose from his sofa
nnd camo towards me; his words were
few, hut full of gratitude, but nothing
touched tne so much as the way in
which Roso pressed my hands to her
lips, and held thom there for a moment
without speaking.
Bo Hazlitt Hall would seo its rightful master again, and the curse, causeless, break harmlessly upon his head.
It was a cheerful little dinner-party
that day;'Philip was restored for tho
time being to something of his old
self again, and talked of the sea-
breezes and their restorative effects,
till the faint color stole into his face
and warmed his languid pulses; aud
Dudley talked with him, nnd was as
merry as a boy.
Mr. Delany dined with us, and told
ui old court stories of Oeorgo the
Third and Mrs. Fanny Burney, and
the prim, snuff-loving old Queen Charlotte; and became at Inst so wildly
hilarious over his claret, that he invited Dudley to bring me down to
Oatlands, whero Susy and Anna, his
daughters, would bu happy to make
the acquaintance of the young lady
who could afford to give awny eighty-
live thousand pounds.
And after that we bade thom goodbye, and started for town, intending
to reach Sunnyside by half-past ten.
It was quito dark when we arrived
at the station, and were cozily shut up
in the snug railway carriage.
Dudley had not spoken to mo as yot,
but when tho train commenced moving
into the darkness, he put his hend
under my chin nnd snid, playfully:
"Well, pet, how about your pretty
littlo legacy now?"   And for all tlint
It was so babyish, 1 put my liend on
his shoulder and cried bitterly.
"Why, Nellie," ho cried, once or
twice, "uhy, Nellie " and then he
teemed to understand it. for ho drew
me closer to liim, and kissing me fond
ly, told me, that when Keith had
heard what I had dono lie would love
me twice as woll.
We reached home punctually, and
found Louie all smiles, and very glad
to seo us again.
There was quite a budget of letters
and news to be unfolded; for when
Louie had heard all that we could tell,
and had exhausted us with questions,
she gave us a long letter from Bruco^
full of business and painful details—
a round-about epistle from Halcot,
and another from Herwald, fixing his
return for that day week.
It waa written in very cheerful
spirits, and containod ninny meaanges
for me. Ho had seen Arthur threo
times, and Milly twice; sho was looking rather better, ho thought, but very
thin; all tho Willoughbys seemed to
take to her immensely, and to pet nnd
make much of her, almost us if she
were a daughter of the house.
Ho said Halcot wus considered a
fine fellow in the north, and was already a first-rate horseman, and rode
over to Holly-bush Farm every day
to see Lucy and Honnie, and spent
his evenings in tho library looking at
pictures and drinking strong coffee,
except when hu entrapped him into
the hall for a turn with the foils and
boxing-gloves.
Altogether it was a very merry lotter, and quite raised our spirits. And
when I had tucked up Charlie with a
motherly kiss, and soon Rill's curly
head rolling on tho pillow; I went up
to my room with a lightened thankful
heart, and fell aslcop whilo trying to
recall the occurrencca of tho day.
******
One day another carrier pigeon, or
northern swallow, ns Dudley termed
them, came down from Lancashire for
Louie, and this timo tho fluttering of
its wings seemed to disturb her serenity more thnn their wont, but ns usual
she strove to hide it, nml nothing whs
said.
Dudley had a long letter too, in
which Herwald announced liis intention of arriving nt Sunnyside the following evening.
"Wliich, by the way," ho growled,
"ih very provoking, ns I havo to start
to Monk ton to-morrow morning to soo
the Stuarts of Uilaaton about the
commission they promised us, and, as
it is a wretchedly out of the way place,
shall probably bo obliged to take np
my abode there nt nn inn for tho night.
Why could not the fellow lmvo named
nn oarlior or a later dny?"
"Nevor mind," I replied, "it docs
not much matter, for you seo ho cannot be with us till eight or nine, and
so the evening will be broken up, ns
it is, and he will need no other entertainment than Louio and I can give
him.'1
But Dudley hnd mnde up his mind
to be disappointed, and on tho day
in question wont off to keep lm appointment with n very rueful face,
wliich 1 laughingly told hiin was more
worthy of a Quixoto than n Seneca.
Dudley's disappointment, however,
serious as it npperred, was nothing to
Louie's restlessness. Early in the
morning sho got out her painting apparatus, and placing herself near tho
light, began working away industriously, while 1 trotted about the house
"on hospitable thoughts intent."
Happening to revisit the drawing-
room Bomo half-hour later, I found
her standing at the window iu her hat
and mantle, and leisurely drawing on
her gloves.
"Going out, Louie?" I exclaimed in
surprise,
"Yes," sho replied, looking up with
rather tired eyes, "1 lmvo got a fit of
tho vapors thia morning, and I am
going to walk it off. Any commissions
in town!"
"Oh, yea," I returned, delighted,
and sitting down I penciled off a long
list to the grocer and haberdasher,
with many minute verbal directions,
to which Louie listened dreamily, nnd
thon departed.
At the early dinner hour ahe reappeared, looking draggled, wan, nnd
weary, with her dress two inches deep
in yellow clay, ,
"Why, my dear Louie," I exclaimed,
"what a stato you are in; surely you
hnve never been so foolish as to go to
town by the way of tho brickfields?"
"Ay," she said, wonderingly; "in a
state, am II dear, dear, what a business Hester will have with it, to be
Bure. I must have trailed my dress in
forgetfulness;" and hurrying awny she
presently came back in fresh clean
raiment, and took her place at the
table.
"And what did Chuppins say nbout
the flaw in the long-cloth, Louie?"
"Chuppins, oh! I forgot; I have not
been to town at all; I went down to
Stony Clift instead/'
"You need not have troubled mo
then to write out all those commissions." I returned, rather voxed; "and
now I shall hnvo to got Charlotte to
go this afternoon instead, which ia
very inconvenient; but never mind,"
as Louie put on a penitent look, "wo
shall manage, I dare say, without her.
Well, and how ib little Bill?"
"Little Bill,' Baid Loo, now turning
criniBon, "oh! I did not go in, I only
went for the walk, and sat to rest ou
the turnstile nt tho end of the field;
I was not inclined for old Damo Dorothy's talk."
"And you actually went six miles
tor nothing? no wonder you look tired
and worn out; you must havu a long
rest after dinner."
But Lome demurred; she must finish her antimacassar for Mrs. Egerton,
she Baid, as she hnd only two roses tu
do, and would I read to her while sho
worked? she felt so dull and listless.
Quite flattered by tho proposition,
I took up the Blaemtood to which sho
carelessly pointed and read till I was
very tired and the dusk came on; but
I was rather disappointed, I must confess, when I found that hor crochet
hnd lain idle in her lap all tho timo,
nnd that she had not listened to a
word, so I shut up tho book rather
abruptly, and remarked that a nap
would suit her better, aa I went out
of the room.
But tho hastiness uf my words smote
me when I returned and found her
with the traces of freshly-dried tears
on her cheek, and noticed the involuntary trembling of tho hands which
had now resumed their work.
Louio with tears in hor eyes wus nn
uuheard-iif sight in our Sunnyside
records, but that Louie should lay
down her head on my shoulder and
cry like a child, suggested to my mind
that life must bo very strange with her
just now, nud filled me with surprise
and terror.
But though Bhe suffered me to soothe
ami caress her, and seemed to feel
pleasure in my doing so, she would
not let mo coax her to speak, but dis*
regarded all my pleadings for confidence, merely said shu wm low and
tired, nnd would I send her up a cup
of tea if alio went and laid down?
At the usual time, then, I took up
the ten, but the door wns fastened,
nnd when I knocked s-iftly, a sleepy
voice (and apparently a faithfully
sleepy one) bade me put it down and
go away, which I did, and had a nur-
sury meal with Charlie and Kill, after
which I told them fairy tales till bedtime, and then came down again to
the drawing-room, hoping to find
Louie there, but it was empty, so I
sat and worked and longed for Dudley;
und then went up to soo if Herwald's
fire wore burning brightly, and his
slippers put to warm, but careful
hands had been there before me, and
tho room looked cozy and homelike
enough.
Thero wob a pretty little pincushion
on the table, that   Louie had once
Eleased him by working for him, with
is name tastefully embroidered in
pins; and there was a little flower-glass
inside, which she and I always kept
filled from the Thornton conservatory.
Louie had chosen the bouquet to-day,
a lnrge crimson camellia, with a spray
or two of myrtle, and it looked so effective in the midst of the lace and satin
drapery that surrounded it, that I
went up for the second time to admire
it, when, to my surprise, I found Her-
wnld'B magnificent emerald ring lying
right on tho heart of the flower.
"Oh, the carelcsB boy," I aaid to
myself, "ho has left it about, I suppose; what a comfort Louie has found
it, though, and not one of tho servants! it would bo exposing thom to
unnecessary temptation. Even uow I
scarcely like leaving it here, but thoy
won't be coming into the room again—
it is nearly eight o'clock; I hopo it iB
all safe, though."
But tho emerald blazed bo brilliantly
from its crimson setting, and looked
bo beautiful, that I silenced my misgivings, and went away.
Five minutes afterwards Louie came
down looking very fair and pale, and
Bnt down to her embroidery.
She had dressed herself with great
care und wore a lnrge crystal cross on
her crape dross, and she had drawn
away her hair so as to show more of
her broad white forehead. Altogether
her appearance wns so pensive and unusual, and hor eyes so sott and sad,
that I felt quite alarmed. Ib she going
to bo ill, I thought ?—she is certainly
a good deal thinner than she was. But
no, tho pure hoalthy coloring gave the
lie to that supposition, nnd set my wits
wool-gathering in another direction.
My thoughts were free to wander
where they list, for Louie never broke
the silence till the church clock chimed
niue, then she took out her watch to
compare it with tho drawing-room
time-piece.
"Half an hour lato," I remarked,
answering her unspoken thought; "I
suppose tho snow and the darkness
havo delayed the train a little."
"Do you mean to say it is snowing?"
she asked, anxiously, "I had no idoa
of thnt,"
"When Charlotte came in at Bevon,
alio said it was lying half an inch thick,
and that sho could not Bee a yard boforo her; perhaps it iB abating now a
little," and I went to the window.
"Oh, dear no, what a night it is! there
is a perfect snowy whirlwind raging
down the lane," and then Louie joined
mo, and wo stood nnd looked out togothor.
"I wish Dudley were here, Nellie,
ho would go down to the station to
meet them."
"I wish he were," I echoed, sighing;
"oh, how I hate those trains!" and at
that moment the bitter memory crossed
mc of how I had sat iu this very room
before, on one sad night in June, waiting for a step I was nevor lo hear again
—and, as if she had followed my involuntary thought, Louie shivered and
turned away.
"If you like," I continued, following
her, "I will send Hester into the town
to see if she can learn tho cause of this
delay, though it is not much over the
half-hour yet, and these Lancashire
trains aro never due at the minute."
"What is the exact time that they
fixed for being here—at this house I
moan ?"
"Twenty past eight at the latest,
Herwald said," I replied, with n sudden misgiving, "nnd it is ten minutes
paat nine It is certainly very Bt range;
we will wait another quarter of an
hour, however, nnd then Hester had
better go."
So wo waited the quarter of an hour,
Louio with her watch in her hand, and
then Hester waa roused from her warm
dozing by the nursery fire, to go out
into tho bleak inclement night; but
Hester was a good faithful-hearted
girl, nnd nover domurred or grumbled
at rendering any service to her young
mistresses, so sho salied forth cheerfully with hor old battered umbrella,
and promised to hasten back again
with speed if she could.
And I Bat and stitched awajr and
broke my thread a score of times,
snapping it impatiently at every chance
sound about the house, while Luuie,
now nut attempting to conceal her discomfort, wandered restlessly from window to window, or made for tho hall
door overy five minutes, where she
stood peering out into tho darkness,
with her hair nnd dross blowing in the
draught.
"Why, Louio, dear," I exclaimed,
when she returned for the fifth time,
and stood leaning her urin disconsolately on the mantel-piece, "just look,
tho snow you have brought in is melting and running in little rivulets all
down your best dross. Do let mo dry
it fur you, or you will spoil my bright
fender.''
But Louie, shaking the folds carelessly out, put mo away from her with
hot, impatient hands, and went back
again tu tho window.
Presently the clock struck ten.
Louie looked at me, and I nt her, and
then wo both made a simultaneous
movement to the door.
"I can't boar it any more," she said,
pausing un the liall-nmt, and pressing
her hand suddenly to her heart, "I am
sure there iB something wrong; what
shall wo do? let us go down to the
stile—anything is better than waiting
hero."
"No; what good would it bo? do
not lot us be bo disheartened; it is only
ten now, and yot, my poor little Halcot—"
"Halcot!" said Louie, in a low tone;
"I forgot the boy. Hark! there ii
Heater comeback; lum sure I heard
a step," and, trembling so that I could
hardly breathe, we threw open the
duor.
What a night it was! The snow had
ceased, but it was pitchy dark, and a
rising wind moaned among the leafless
trees, and whistled coldly round my
neck and fnce.
"Surely it was your fancy, dear," I
said, but as I spoke a sudden mighty
gust dislodged me from the step where
I was standing ou tiptoe, una drove
me right into a pair of wet, rough
arms, which lifted mo up like a child
nnd carried me in.
mm
DRY M!
MY«!
O.   Gr.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
Mantles&Ulsters
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
(To bo Continued.)
T. K. Pearson k Co. have just opened
out a vory large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of England common prayer and hymn books.
They ate the finest ever shown in the
city,—-Adv.
The superiority of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator is shown by itsgood
effects on the children.
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
, and tinted,
X-  -0- C  E   S,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of  Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins.White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,   Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
5 Provisions!
—IMPOHTKIH AND DEALERS IK—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
C DDnMIM
ewiNEA SPIRIT MEROHANT.»
L.uiiunn
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
es,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to  no
House in British Columbia.
—SOLE AGENTS FOR-
. Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowman ville, Ont.,
And agents for all the leading American
PIANOS it ORGANS
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity thnt he is conatautly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Wliich ho will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Alao, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. omjj'e, London.
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOLUKUIA   STXtXlSia?,
New Westminster,   B, 0,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
TABLE
•bowing tho date, nnd placo. of
Court, ot Aaalse, Kiel Prlua, and
Over and Terminer for the year
sraiua assizes.
(Ok Vancouver Island.)
Victoria ?,I,0,!?n"'i '"* April.
Nanaimo Wednesday, 4th June,
(On Mainland,)
Now Westminstor,«Wednesday,... 7th May,
Xalc.,. """day, 19th May.
Kamloops Friday .'loth May.
Clinton Saturday 7lh.Tuno.
fall assizes.
|On Vancouver Island.]
Victoria Monday  2«h Novomber.
Nanaimo Wednesday, 8rd December.
[On Mainland.]
Bohllold Monday,... 8th Soptombor.
Ollnli Tue»dny,..3oth September.
Kamloops W'dli'sday 8th October.
Lytton 8alurdny,.,18lh October.
"ale. "•"'".•!.-. i-,ii, ,,..|„i„.r.
Now Wosl \V'dn'«day,12lh November.
28th January, 1884. fo2ml
EKITLSH  COLUMBIA
aBSBBBswmsBs—wmmBB
NOTICE,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll wo Intend making application to tho
Chief Commissioner tit Lands nnd Works
for permission to nurchftso 4B0 acros of
land situated in New Westminster District, near Molnspliin Straits, described (ifl
follows: Commencing nt the nqrtluu.nl
corner of Lot 450, G. I; thence enst 80
chains; tlienco north m chnins: thence
west 80 chains; thence south 60 chnins, to
point of commencement,
Moodyville Sawmill Co. (Ld.)
■st    r.        imti'L-.rt,   *---
February 8th, 18W.
It, P, RITHET, .See,
leWm
NOTICE
TIME    TABLE
STEAMERS OF THE
nil)
Information, Employment
-AND-
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
The Government ot  British Columbia
has established an
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
Aud all persons wishing to obtain authentic information nbout tho country
arc advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent,
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will be
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of tho
Province, arc invited to place themselves
In communication with the Agent. Particulars should lie furnished ns to tlie
kind of employment and wages offered.
Tho Agent will endeavor, ns far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Square, New Westminster, B, C.
■Witt. EOBB,
je20 tc] Immigration Agent.
NOTICE.
ALL   PKRSONS    INDEBTED   TO
Mrs. Harper are requested to pay
the same forthwith to
JuflDml     W. R. AUSTIN, Front Streot.
§^*Goods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
CO. MAJOR
cor. Columbia & Nsry sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(wittoj
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On tho premises, as neatly and cheaply
as at any other establishment in tlie
Province.
-AOENTS FOR-
Confederation Life Aiiurinc. Co.,
North Britisli and Commercial Fire
Insurance Co.,
London It Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.
 Agents (or Firat-Oli
IE ui WW M
SHIPPIN8   RKOKiriB,
DIMS' MORTOAOKS,
BULB OF BALE,
CVBT0H H0V81IUXK8,
MASKS, PROS. HOWS,
0RD1RS, RKOIIPTS,
Ami nll'kimli of Blank Books anil Blank
Forms on hand.
—All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
PERIODICALS
Bcgnlarly received.   Subscriptions taken
for any Publication at lor/oat rates.
SST We import direct from manufacturers, tnd cannot Im undersold 111 this
Province.
T, B. PEARSON & 00..
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New  Weitminiter, B. 0.
(Mttt)
NEW    SCHEDULE
—Of—
WAGES
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 por month.
Rock Foremen.... S3 00 to $4 00 tf day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to  3 SO    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 CO to   4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class  3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
-hutohuw  3 00 "
Masons 2 BO to  350    "
Stono Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class  3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
olass  3 00 "
Blacksmith Help.
re  1 50 to   2 00    "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborer,  I 75 to 2 00    "
Hewers, lst class 3 50 "
Choppers, Ist class 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, lst class 2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenteri to furnish their own
Cheat Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—tt per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board In the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of eaoh month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
Gf.xf.ral Manaqeh.
Oijioi ot the Contractor!!,
Caxidian Paoifio Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT HEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
OAMDIAN PAOIFIO NAVIGATION 00. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to he had at T, R.
Phahson * Co.'s, New Westminster.
apll
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
County Court.
■VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN tlmt
ll Uio next sitting of tlio County Court
will bu hold on wodncsday, the 5th day
of March, 1884.       .
Dated Oth February, 188*1.
E. A. JENNS,
HcRlstrar County Court.
folS-tu New WcBtmlnstor.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
ngaiimt tlio Colonial Hotel are requested to present tliem to the undersigned at once; and all persons indebted
to the snid hotel are requested to make
nunudiiite at-Mlumunt.
J. E. INSLEY, Proprietor.
Now West., Dec. 17th, 1883.       ]del9*tc
NOT[pE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
uo bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will be paid unless supplied by an order from tho Mayor
ov some member of tbe Council,
By Order.
JAMES ORK, C.M.C.
Now Westminster, July 17,1883. [18-tc
(LIMTTED),
Carrying H, M. Mails and
B. 0. Express,
Lcn vcYlctorlH ror XewWcstmlnstcr,
TUESDAYS k FRIDAYS at 7 a. m.
Leave SewWestiulnslcr ror Victoria,
WEDNESDAYS * SATURDAYS, nt
7 a.m.
THOS. I. BRIGGS,
oo20to Agent.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Ot-D Broad St, and 16 Pali, Mam.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
BuildingB, Goods, Waves, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, anil the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Ves
(tela on navigable rivors and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries, ,
FBOM LOSS OK DAMAGE BV FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 BTG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New Westminster.
Card of Thanks.
THK HYACK FIRE COMPANY and
the citizens of New Westminster
will please accept my best thanks for
their efforts to save my property at the
late Ure, Tlie public are notified that I
have secured the premises adjoining
Messrs. Trapp Bros', store, where bust-
ness 1ms been resumed,
de!9-3m] GEO. MEADE.
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
empting land aro hereby notified
that land within the limits of tho Hastings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
dc8-tc Manager,
C. P.N. CO., Limited
NOTIOI!.
THB  ABOVE  COMPANY   having
mnde urriigftiimtf. wllh tho
Canadian Pacific Kailway of British Columbia*
For transportation ot Freight nnd Piutsen-
f;ers from Maple nidge to till points In
nterlor as far as tho rond hns been completed, tho Public are hereby untitled that
ojH-rtitlons will lit'Bln early In M-m*h,of
whteli due nollee will he i-ive,., and llm*
tftltk'jmlillNlied.
JNO. HIVING, Manager,
T. f,. miiaaB, Agent, New West.       fc6tc
•fcTOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
il wo Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner ot LuihIh nnd Works
for iifrniiKHlnti to purchase the following
dem-rllicd land on Ilowcn island hi New
Westminster District:
Commencing nl the 8. K. corner of lund
npplied for Jnn. l!l, 1884, by. W.Eaton nnd
J. Mumilou, thonco Hunt. 40 ehntns, thenoo
North Vie chain.-*, thence West to shore
line of Bowen Inland, thonee southerly,
following shore lino fo Eaton A Mannings N. W. comer, tlicnco Enst to Eaton
A MannIon's N. 11. corner, thenee Bouth
iso chains to point of commencement, containing 800 ncres, ho tho samo moro or lew.
ItOYAi. city Plan two Mn.w* Oo, (M.)
JOHN HENDIIY, Manager.
New Westminster, B.C., Jan, 20,1884. [90m3
DR. SPINNEY & CuVS
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tnte, and Into Proprietor of tlio 81'INSBYVII.LH
INF1HMARY, would most reject fully Inform
IiIr pMlonti nnd tlie offilrtnl gum-riill)-, thnt lie
■till continue!, to treat chronic nml norvoui -li-,.
easel with unimrnlloled hik-ccos,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Remember thnt iirocraHtlnntlnn In tho thief of
time io
OOME AND BE HEALED.
It mnttciB nnt wlmt your troiitilon mny hu, come
nnd let the Doctor emnitna yonr ram-. It will
coit yon not hint* for fonitiltnlion, v|i)|etue call
and unt lafy yoursolvci wlu-tln-r tho Doctor miiler-
atandi your cnao. If lm enn cure you he will toll
you no; If not, he will tell you thnt, for In- will
not undertake a cue imlcm he Is coutltlciit of effecting a cure.
Parties at a dlitance wlxhlng trentmont, by
■ending (25 aud u minute deiciiiition of their
troubles will receivo In return a Ail) coune <-|
treatment securely packed so tu not tu exclto tt*
rloslty.
DR. SPINNEY will piarnntce to lurMt Five
Hundred Dollara for every cue of any kind or
character which he undertakes and foils tu cure,
P. B.—For diseasen of short standing, n full
courso of medicines, snlTlcIout for a cure, with
all instructions, will bo .sent to any address on
receipt of $1U.
Call er Addrosi
Dr. SPINNEY 4t CO.,
ft 28-ly      No. 11 Kearuey-st. ,8an Foancisco.Cnl,
DB. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE  DISPENSARY,
96^ Kearny St., Bah Francisco, Cal.
Established ton the SciiHiina asd BritDi Otms
of Chronic, Nkrvovs and Spkcial Dibiases.
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
-TVR. ALLRN, AS Ifl WELL KNOWN, IS A
XJ regular graduated Physician, educated at
Sowdoln Cullej-o aud University of Michigan. Ho
has devoted a lifetime to tho study of the treatment and enre of disease*within hii specialty.
-vovnro mbw
And MIDDLE AOKD MEN, who nre luiToring from
(lie effects of Youthful Indiscretions or Excesses
In maturer yenrs.Nmotis and PnriicAL Debiutt,
Impotence, Lost Manrood, confusion of ideas,
dull eyes, aversion to society, despondency, pimples on the face, loss of energy and memory, frequency nf urinulln-', etc.
MY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE
(llaThiK boon surgeon in chnrso of two tending
hospitals) enables me to treat all nrlTnte troubles
with excellent results. I wish It distinctly understood thnt I do not claim to perform Impossibilities, or tn hnvo miraculous or supernnturnl power.
I claim only to be a skllllul and luccessflil Physician nud Burgeon, thoroughly informed In my
specialty—
DISEASES OV  MAN.
All applying tu me will recolvu my honest
opinion of thoir complaints—No exporlnientinK. 1
will piuranteo a posllivn cure In every cajo 1 undertake, or forfeit $1,000. CuiiHUltallon In office
or by letter ritER and strictly private. Charges
reasonable, Thorough examination, Including
chemical and mlrn-naiiilcal aiialyefs of nrlne, ana
advice, 16.00. Office hours, 0 toil daily, 0 tu 8
evening. Sunday, Otn 12 only.   Call or address
DR.    ALL EN,
MJ^Konrneyitrcot, Ban Francisco, CM,   (
Mg- Hi-member, the Doctor bus a YeoktaBLI
Compound, the remit or many yean of special
practice nud hard study, whicli, under tils special
advles, has never failed ol success In the enre of
Loin-Manhood, PRumToaiBU, etc.
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN PROBATE.
Jit the Goods of ALFRED MASTERS,
deceased,
A LL PERSONS   ImlehUd   to th*
A Into Alkrku Mahtkhh, formerly of
Ornnvlllo, In tho lilMrlot of Now Woatmln-
■tori piiyilotapi tlopoaiiioil, who diod inton-
iHt-'.nrn liowby rum Iran to p«.v hucIi ln-
iti-hb'diicfiK to Kerne, Woods 4Turner of
New Wi-NttnliiNter, forthwith, All ponton*
Imvlngolntiiitt (iRiiliint tho KatnUi of the
mild ',<>(-(-ntu>d nre licrahy notified toHChd
iK»,t(-iilil,in.itraHK<-i1 lo mo, nt NcwWoat-
minitor, mil imriloiilant thwof. ditly
verified, tafOM llm Flint dny of April, 1881,
offer whieh 1 vlmll pmaiod to tnntrlbute
tho wild BBtlltb mid will not *«■ Haltlo for
4iiy eliilniH of whioh I shnll not then hnvo
"ttrtml thia nth tiny of 3ennmL A. D,
ISM, i                        K- A. JEN.
JnWttl 	
A, .IFJNnH,
Ad min ltd rotor.
lamicvrr-fnillni*
Cure for Nervous Debillty.Kx-
unuslcd Vitality
of auy kind,
Wenknesa, I'tir-
iilyt-in, Prosla-
turrboen,and alt
the terrible ef.
focts of youthful
folllei.and exceiscs In maturer jenrfl,
BR. MINTIK will agree to forfeit
f iT-e Hundred Do Hum for a case of
tble kind tbe Vlllll RfstOMtlte (under
bis special advice and treatment) will not
cure, or for any third impure or injurious
found lu It. DR. MINTIE treats all Dis-
cues successfully without mercury,
COHialUMon freo. Thorough eiaail- .
nation and advice, $ft'0O. Piice of THM
RfHtorntlVP, $3-00 a bottle, or four
times tbe quantity,} 10-00; sent to any
addrcsB upon receipt of price, or 0,0, D,,
secure from observation, and In private
name If desired, by A. K. MINTIK.
M.D.
Those wbo cannot visit DK. MINTIK
in San Francieco sbould send a full and
minute statement ol their troubles with
$20-00, ond In return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, so as uot lo excite curiosity,
All orders tor medicine 0. 0. D. must
be accompanied with 91.00 {as a guarantee or good faith), which wilt be deducted when the package Is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE MKB.-Sent on
application by letter statiug symptoms,
sex and age, - Conmunit«tloas strictly
confidential. ,       ,,; Jn/S.My
II Kearney llrcct, §■■■

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