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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—11 MlillilS*—
Irerf Wednesday ft Saturday,
—ji—
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STBEET. ENTRANCE TO EDI-
TOtiAL and Business Department through t. r.
Psarsoh & Oos. Book A Stationery Store.
TBKNS»By Mail, $3 a yenr i $1S0 furdmoi.i
tl for 3 raoa. i payable In Advance. Delivem-I
(by Carrier or Agent, $1 per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. H. Hibsen & Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L. P. FISHER -Advertising Agent, 21 Merclinnt'a
exchange, San Pranciacu, is autliorlaed to receive
Advertlaementa for this paper.
TWO D-ftBED may bo foimtl on file nt
I Hid rArtn Gee. P. Howell ftCo.1!
Kewapapar Advertising Bureau (10 Spruco St.),
where advertlilng contracta may be made for It In
NEW TORK.
Ike friiish Columbian.
Saturday Morning, Not. 34, 1883.
Grand Jury Presentment.
In reply liis lmdahij) said lio would
take care that the jury's recommendations respecting the gaol, court
hoiiBe, asylum, and tho municipal
laws wore brought to tho attention
of the proper authorities. He felt
that the kind expressions towards
,    ,,,,,, .   .llUiimself were undeserved*.   When he
should be sold and a new one built^-*^ Umfc ^ lmd been assigued to
The preset)tment of 'the grand
jury at the late assizes touches upon
some points of very great publio importance. Wo Imve before pointed
out the insufficiency of the present
gaol, and have  suggested that it
on one of the oity reserves. We
are glad to find that the suggestion
is full/ endorsed by so important a
body as the grand jury, and we hope
it will commend itself to the favorable notice of the government When
the premier and the provincial secretary were here attending the exhibition they made an examination of
the gaol, the asylum, and the hospital, and must have heen impressed
with the necessity for enlargements
.and improvements. If the new gaol
is to be placed upon a new site,
provision should be made on the
same site for a new court house, land
office, and the new registry office
which nius( he established for the
mainland. The reference of the
grand jury to the importance of road
work must commend itself to every
one. It has certainly heen the policy of the present government to improve the public roads, and for this
policy they havo been highly complimented hy the rural municipalities.
We hope the policy will bo continued, and that the dock-money
will be mainly devoted to road work.
The simplification of the municipal laws is also a matter the importance of which has already heen pointed out by the Columbian. There is
a great deal of work for the government to do before the affairs of this
province will assume a satisfactory
shape, and we hope to see at least
some of the existing grievances adjusted at the approaching session of
the legislature. Following is a copy
of the grand jury's presentment and
his lordship's reply:
To tht Hon. J, F. McCreight, Judge of
the Supreme Court of British Columbia ;
The grand jury cannot meet your
lordship, for the first time as resident judge for this 'judicial district,
without expressing to your lordship
their gratification at the settlement
of this long-vexed question (whicli
haa been a source of so much trouble and loss to us in the past) and
their pleasure that a gentleman of
your high standing and legal ability
has been selected for the position.
We trust your residence amongst ns
will be as pleasant to your lordship
as it will be advantageous to the
community. The grand jury have
on so many former occasions made
presentments which have been without avail that they have almost fallen into disuse; but trusting that the
advent of a new government, and
your lordship's arrival amongst us,
may give to our presentments, more
weight in the future than they have
borne in the past, we once more cnll
attention to some of our principal
necessities. We have repeatedly directed notice to the urgent want of a
new jail ut New Westminster. The
present building is, not only far too
small for the number of prisoners,
but it is insecure, delapidated and
dangerous. We would point out
that no alteration of the present
buildings will meet the case, but
thnt tho only remedy is the immediate construction of a now jail on
one of the city reserves. In the
same way we have also called attention for the necessity of increased
accommodation at the lunatic asylum, and for altei atiuns and improvements to the present buildings and
grounds. Ws would recommend
the appointment of a resident physician, aud of some attempt boing
made to occupy the minds of the patients and to treat their mental diseases where possible. The ltoyal
Columbian Hospital buildings are
upwards of 20 years old, and the
drainage is very ' defective. Wo
strongly recommend that the present buildings be sold, and a now
hospital be built away from the centre of tho city. Not only is this
requisite in the interest of the patients, but it is imperative from n
sanitary point of view for the safety
of the public health. As regards
thesnmllriesH, inconvenience und defective ventilation of the court house
your lordship must already have
bud painful experience.. The district (oiulsare in a very bad state,
and we trust that the government
will uot fail to encourage the ngri
cultural interests of the district by
the thorough repair of existing roads
snd the const met ion of new ones
wliere necessary. We would also
suggest thnt the existing laws relating to municipalities tippiar to ub to
bs too complicated, especially in the
esse ef rural ones, where legal advice
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 24
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1883.
NUMBER 42
is not easily obtainable, hence the,
municipalities are frequently involved in great trouble aud in litigation. We would lecommond that
the lawB in question be simplified.
Trusting that these few recommendations will meet with duo attention
in the proper quarters,
We are your lordship's obedient
servants,
H, V. Edmonds, Foreman,
On beliulf of self and fellows,
THE  JUDOB'S IlEI'LV.
New Westminster he waa very much
pleased, nnd he hoped that iu this
large and important district he would
be of somo assistance. From what
he had already seen he had no doubt
but he would receive valuable assistance from the legal gentlemen, with
out which he could not accomplish
much. He was sure he would have
the sympathy of the people and their
confidence iu bis determination to do
his duty.
The Sea Serpent Explained.
Vice-Admiral W. Gore Joues writes
to the London Times:—In 1848 I waa
attached to H.M.S. St. Vincent, hearing the fing of Sir Charles Napier, and
lying at Spithend. One summer evening, about six o'clock, just ns the officers were sitting down to dinner, the
midshipman of tho watch ran into the
wardroom and reported thnt a sea serpent waa pasBtng- rapidly hot weon the
ship and tii * Isle of Wight (this was
nfter the reported appsarance-of the
DredftluB sea Berpent). We all got our
glasses and went on deck, and there,
sure enough, nbout a mile oil', was a
large monster, with a head and shaggy
mime, about 100 feet long, nnd tapering towards the tail; it was going with
the tide, and had a rapid, undulating
motion. Two or three beats woro
manned, and some officers got their
guns and went in pursuit. Wo watched
them from the ship; they gradually got
close, and guns wen raised and levelled
at the creature's head; but juat as we
thought the sport was about to begin,
down went the guns, and from their
gestures we saw something very laughable had occurred. On their return
we found that the supposed sea, serpent
was a long line of mat. Some steamer
in the Southampton water* had evidently swept her dirty flues, and the
soot troin tubes or Hues is always nf a
very sticky nature, nnd ns it was pitched overboard it went away with tho
tide, stinking together, and gradually
forming into tho shape of a tong serpent, the wave motion giving it nn undulating, life-like appearand). In tins
case, if the boats had nnt gune we
should have nll believed we hnd Been
tho real sea serpent; nud this "arrangement in soot is evidently what Mr.
High ten saw. The curl he describes
towards the tail end arose from an occasional wave having a little more than
ordinary velocity and carrying its
dusky crest fur a moment nlong with
it, while n strong tide and fair wind
would give considerable velocity.
Conclusive Evidence.
When Judge Marshall lived in Richmond his opposito neighbor waa Col.
Pickett, father of the Confederate General George E. Pickett, of Gettysburg
lame. Colonel Piekelt was a man of
wealth, lived well, and was uot content
unless everything about hiB household
bore the marks of good living. ' His
horses were his pride, and were conspicuous everywhere for their splendid
appearance; being as sleek, fat and
high-spirited as abundant food and excellent grooming could make them.—
Judge Marshall's horses, on the other
hand, were notoriously lean and unkempt. Everybody but the judge had
long remarked this. At length it was
brought to liis notice, with the suggestion that his coachman neglected
the horses, sold much of their food,
and appropriated the money to his own
use, a good deal of it going, uo doubt,
for liquor. The judge called him up
without delay.
"Dick, what is the reason Col. Pickett's horses aro in au-.Ii splendid condition, while mine are almost skeletons I
I am afraid you neglect tln-m, don't
half curry thom, and don't li.ilf feed
them."
Dick, not expecting the attack, was
fairly pi sod. He hemmed nnd hawed
a white, till tie could gather his wits
about him, and then said; -
"Mars John, look at yon; is you
fat?"
"No, decidedly not," Baid the judge,
"Well, look nt old miss," (Mra.
Marshall) "Jb she fat?"
"No."
"Den look at me; ib I fat V
"No."
■"Den look ntyo' houses; is dey fat?"
''No,"
"Now, den, you jes' look at Runnel
Pickett; he fat, his ea'idge driver fnt,
his bosses fat, his dogs fat—all fat.
De troof is, Mars John, fat run iu de
Piekett fnm'ly, and it don't run in
our'n.   Dat'n nil."
'•Well," said tho judge, after a little
reflection, "there's a good deal in that,
It never occurred to me before.'1
He turned back into his study, nud
Dick was not troubled a«iun.
W, W, MoLollan, Lyn, N, S., writes:
"I was afflicted with rheumatism, and
had given up all hopes of a euro. Ity
chalice 1 suw Dr. Thomas' Koluotrie Oil
recommended. I immediately sent
(fifty miles) and purchased four bottles,
and with only two applications I was
.hie to get around, and although I have
not used a bottle, I am nearly well, Tho
othor three bottles I gave around to my
neighbors, aud I have had so many
calls for moro tlmt I fool bound to relieve the atllicted by writing to'you for
a Buppty."
There are a numbor of varieties of
coma, Holloway's Corn Cure will remove auy of them.
DRS. MINES & MATHERS.
Offlce, Columbia fit., opp. the Postofllco
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
ARCH. MACLEOD, B.A.M.D.C.M.
Lato ot tho New York Polyollnlc.
Graduate of McGlll University, Montreal.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE AND ItEHIDENCE- Opposito
City Hotel,-Now Westminster.
nul-te.
JOHN GARROW, M. D.,
Physician to Surgeon.
OFFICE and RESIDENCE-Church St.
(next door to Farmera' Homo), near
Columbia St., New Weatminator, B.C.
Oilieo Hours—8 to 10 a. m.| 1 to 3 and
6:30 to 8 p. m. Calls in town and
country promptly attended to. *au4*tc
C.NTREW,M.D.
M. C. RJk 8. O.
Surgeon B.  0, Penitentiary; Surgeon New Westminster Jail;
Coroner for the District.
OFFICE-Corn-T «f Clarkson A McKcu-
ile Streets. Residence, Nary (Street. sol5
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
M. C. P._& S. O.
Surgeon to Royal Columbinn Hospital.
Medical Officer to the Asylum for
tho Insane.
OFH<l>-< or. McKcnilc A < liii-ksi.ii mn.
______> 	
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papera,
etc,, neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government 81 riTti Victoria, B.C.
CORBOULD & McCOLL,
Barristers, Solicitors, &c
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. J. ALPORT,
ACCOUNTANT, CONVEYANCER.
Lid, Ron, mi
RENTS & DEBTS COLLECTED.
Accounts made up and Balance Sheets
prepared,
OFFICE—Mackenzie Street, adjoining
tlie ollice of Measra. Corbould & Mel 'oil.
(aol5tc)
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAM- STRKET ■ VICTORIA.
AGHHTB   TOE
North British and Mervuntlle
Insurance Co. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
M Finalrary Circus,
London, K. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COUU MBIA   STREET,
-   (Opp. Col-mlnl Hotel)
N \m   WESTM1NSTBI!.
larSeveral good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. nolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent Tor lhe THA VEHI'IIS' Llt'E
and AW WOT ISSl'BAXrU I'll.,
Ilnrtuiril, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia  Street.,   N'ow
Westminster. deO
Ever) Man lo Ills Own Business
.A.,   —'Ei—}X-—\,
PRACTICAL
CHEM1ST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Oi'i* colonial mm:!.),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
Fhplclana' Preacrlptloni snd Family IterIpfs a Special')'.
N. 11. —Only Genuine Timga usod.
Over twentv years' experience    mr2.'*
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREUY NO.
titled thnt the provisions of tho
Municipal By-Lawa will he strictly ou-
forced. HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
Ntw Wtttmiutter, July 10, ISM.   [to
GILLEY, MOONEY & GO.,
STEAM
FILE DRIVERS
WHARF-BUILDERS, &C.
Hoisting of all kinds, and Lightering done on short notice.
ADDRESS-Ncw Westminstor, B. C.
(nu25tc)
MRS. H. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A  NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full atock of _. ■
Dry Woods, Groceries, mid General Merchandise,
Which will bo Bold at New Weatminator
Prices.
<3" Next Door to Caledonia Hotol,
(aplSto)
BOOTS and SHOES
''ROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under tho new Oddfellow Hall, ColJ
umbiast., Now Westminster.
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
aure in Announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., ut the West possiblo prices,
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and In first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tho undersigned
has the only HEARSE in tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, noxt Occident Hotel,
J. G. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Sohl's Branch Furniture
Storo. au5tc
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly ou hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. CEO. TURNER
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
(Oil mm  STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   11. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPKOV-
od and unimproved Lauds at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
IIURRARDS INLET,
FALSI* CREEK,
1'01'T MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH   ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND
TOWN LOTS AT PORT MOODY FOR SALE.
LAXlt   M'KVKTISU    lalllll'l III   ASH
l-!t<>HI'TI.V ATTE.1IIED TO.
MONEY TO IO IS OS «OOI> »E<i Hi TV.
AOF.NT8 Von TIIK
1-henlK Fir. IllNiirtinre «'o. or I'l-onhlvii.
Ilie EquiluMe Life AHsunilire Mcieleiy
of lhe llullcil Mutes, uml
ClnMU.il, MeBennrtlVs, Ulrllleil Slime
Hewer unil I'lilnmev l-liies, (iurttin
Vum's. Ae.
WOODS k TURNER.
New Wcatminater, B. C,
Audi 1!, 1883. np4
---A.X.SO-
Engincs, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery. Belting, Packing, Hose, so., &o.t &o<
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
victoria, - british columbia,
tTr-r Liberal advances marie on Consignments.
To facilitate tho Bale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esmii-
malt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer Ity calling
on the abovo, Oflico of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work dono. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch,
Olliee of Harbor Mauler ami Port Wnr-
den. folo
C. D. RAND,
REAL   ESTATE   BROKER,
NOTARY PUBLIO,
collector,  conveyancer, and
Insurance Agent,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE: COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
PORT   MOODY    I0TS   FOR   SALE.
Property for sale in all parts of New
Westminster  District.
Strangers will find it to their advantage
to call on the abovo.
Agent for tho "City of London" Firo Insurance Company, the "Confederation" Life of Toronto, and tho
Accident Insurance  Com-"
pdny of North America.
MT Money to Loan on lirst-class security.   Best of references given.
(oclOtc)
nsroTicB
THE MUNICIPALITY OF SURREY
Oilers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
iGOODLANDS!
Both wild and improved,
Good Roads, Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade arc excellent.
Wc have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE   IS  UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Land.
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipal Council nre offering LIBERAL
IW DUCEMENTS. For furthor particulars npply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Oflicer.
Clover Valley, Surrey, B. C.    [mylO-to
In calling the
■Lai
Of this city and surroundings, I wish
to state tliat I have
J list  Eecei-ved.
A largo nud
Of -jullos' aiul GtiUilipu'n
ROOTS'.'rtb SHOES
FnpM
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
I wish to iiii|ii<--is it forcibly on tlieir
minds that
No Store in this City
Can show a Larger or
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And thnt no store
SELLS AS CHEAP
Aa me.
Country orders carefully nnd promptly
filled.
MRS. EMMA GOLD.
Coiumbin St., opp. Eweii's Cnnucry.
no'l-tu.
New Fish Market!
IT
JAMES TAFFAHDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
East of tho Ilnlbrook Houso, where will
bo found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of the best qunlity.
Purchnses delivered in any part of tho
city.   A cnll is solicited. mb28tc
TKE
HASTINGS, B. I.
TfflS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished witli overy convenience for tlio comfort of gucBta. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. Tbe prospect is
charming, the sea breezes nro invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating Arc excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms, Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely dctatched from ' the main
building.
<3T The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-claas stabling and feed fox Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  Bl "*K,
jy28tc Proprietor.
NOTICE
TIME    TABLE
Taking effect Ootobar 20th, 1883.
STEAMERS OF THE
(LIMITED),
Carrying H. M. Mails and
B. G, Express,
leave Victoria for *i'ch'Westminster,
TUESDAYS * FKIDAYS at 7 a. m.
leave *icwWestminster for Victoria,
WEDNESDAYS 4 SATURDAYS, at
7 a. ra.
leavo New Westminster for Tale,
WEDNESDAYS k SATURDAYS at
7 n. m.i ami THURSDAYS 4 SUNDAYS at 5 a. if.
leave Vale for Sen Westminster,
MONDAY'S at 10 a. m., and TUESDAYS at 5 a. m.i and FRIDAY'S at
« a. iu., and SATURDAYS at 5 a. ai,
THOS. L. BRIGGS,
ou20to Agent.
J. H. PLEACE ft CO.
lXPOllTFKK AM) 1'EII.IHS IN
STOVES,
RANGES,   toO., toO..
House Furnishing Ooids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOOD8.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All biti'Ir- nr ITntcr-ptiM- Work, at rea*
Ni-ntiltle rntrst liy ti 4--.iti|H-t-*nt 1Vnrk>
mam «itli*fur(i«ti xutir-iuteed.
S3" .fobbing promptly attended to.
HOLBROOK'S STONE BUILDING
Hew WfulmliiKHT.
HUE COLLEOE!
O WESTMINSTER.
PATRON:
VlttlTOC-niftltop »r Si'W Wf-tlml-w- r.
'[{IM ir'.I.-m-.. C. J, Itrriilon, M. X,
(nmnuiitt-tu Kllis-aCollcjp, N.M).
PUIS  INSTITUTION   I-Oi;   HOYS
1     Mill npt-ll (l». V.JOU
All Saints' Day, November 1 st. 1883
In tlu'pii'itiiries ktujun a* "MOUNTAIN
VIEW," Sttpnerton (llm property of L.
llutnlin, Esq.), n.nil imiiiediiitPlj adjoin-
tug tlio waiueii f lhe Blahop ami St.
Mary's Clmroh.
Hoard nnd Tiiituni ik-i' annum, $'i.W;
Weekly lloarcluttt, witli Tuition, §4 per
week. (Tuition iu-jlndes all English
branches, iMiii, French, and Mathcnm-
tiufi)   Tuition ttnly, £1 per month.
/Vpp'y in the
Bishop n*-* wkv \\e8tminbt»,
fce'iOtt-)   _
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BK RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIO NAVIGATION (0. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, tn be had at T. It.
l'RAi'SON ft Co.'f, New Westminster.
apll .JOHX IRVING- M»na-*er.
•yrOTlCK IS HEREBY GIVEN
Xi that application will bo mado to
the Legislative Assembly of tho Province
of British Ci'lnmM.'i, at its next session.
for an Aet tn authorize tho Corporation
of the City of New Westminster to soil
the Land Reserves, Squares and Public
(Jrmuida in suid City.
Now Westminster, Oct. 30th, 1881.
CORBOULD k McCOLL,
w81(Jw. Oily BetMten;
HEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only lire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
the mpiT w\mm
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, when
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments afe under tbo superintendence
of Mrs. Austin*.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Frlrate Reading Boom, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
woll supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
TBB   BAR
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liqcoies, Cigars, tc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
Jfor gale or fo llent.
FOR SALE:
ONE CHAMPION REAPER AM
Mower combined, in good working
order. Price fl 18; termaeuy. Apply tt
no!7 tc]     T. J. TRAPP, Auctioneer.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOR SINGLE
men, on Dallas street.   Apply to
HENUY V. EDMONDS,
je30-tcj Land Agent.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INLET.
Newly Built and Newly Famished,
Large and Commodious,
ONE OF TNE IE8T HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
sun  or  booms  fob  families.
r Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tlie scale of charges will be found to
bs strictly moderate,
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNI0N,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have ths pleasure to announce that it is now
E» ms ms
For ths reception of Guests.
Conveniently located aud well appointed in tvery department, with
BATH ROOMS
And ell tbe most modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect the best,
as it is the largest nnd most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards itisine and
attendance, and parties desiring thom
ean have PHIVATE DINING ROOMS,
witli special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winks and
Ln.-nms, and tbe best brnuiU of Cwars
.vill always be bi-pt on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, aud provided withSTiuMi-E's Patent CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.    '
ST Good   attendance   aud   moderate
chargts.
J. E. mSLEY,
PBOpRIBTOHit M.\NA«ir..
DaesmUr 1.1882. del)
New Fall Ooods!
 AT THE	
CASH JAILOR'S.
■~T. ELSOIT
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster.
Broadcloths and fino tweeds always on
haud.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His #25 Suit.
alpft'te.
FOR_SALE.
THE LIGHTEST-ROWING, FAST
cst-sailing, and best built Boat oa
Fraser River; newly painted; thoroughly
equipped with mast, Doom, and sail; I
pair ash oars; rowlocks, rudder, cron-*
head and tiller, chain, ke, Price $100.
aulStc G. G. MAJOR.
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. DwelliM
House, Barns and other out-builo
ings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry, For particu-
lars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, Ac.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ajQlt*
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
THE PALACE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,  Front Street, New
Westminster.   A licensed House, in m
good position.   Either with or without
Furniture.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
aulStc Land Agent,
HOUSE and LOT
FORJIALE.
SOUTH-EAST i LOT 10, CLINTON
Street.   House 1-J stories, 9 rooms,
hard finished.   Lot contains a number of
fruit trees, first-class well, stable, fto.
For particulars apply to
oclOtc J.A. CALBICK.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES OK
Columbia St., next the Custonw
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into two shops, and has a good Bupply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21tc W. J. FRENCH.
APPLICATION RIR PRIVATE NLL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to Parliament at the next session of tbe Legislative Assembly of tbe Province of British
Columbia for on Act to amend an Aot
intituled "The New Westminster and
Port Moddy Railway Company Act,
1882.". ,,W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor foi- the New Westminster and
Port Moody Railway Company.
Dated New Westminster, 29th October,
1883. oc316w.
DOMINION SAWMILL COMPANY
(LIMITED)
OFFICE:—RIGHARD ST., HEW WESTMINSTER
THE ABOVE COMPANY HAVING
acquired the business hitherto carried on by Webster and Company, an
now prepared to supply all kinds of manufactured Lumber at the lowest possible
rates. As all tbe Book Aooounta of tha
late firm of Webster and Company hare
been transferred to the above Company,
all persons indebted to the late firm are
requested to settle up their account*
without delay.
J. B. HENDERSON,
_ Manager.
HAVING DISPOSED OF THE
lumber manufacturing business
carried on by me under the firm name of
Webster k Co., to the Domininion Saw
Mill Co. Limited, I beg to ask for a continuance to them of the patronage hitherto extended to me.
aulSte J. A. WEBSTER.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned intends making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Landa and Works for permission to purchase the following described lands in
New Westminster District: Commencing froin the southwest corner of Lot 102
Group 1; thence due south 40 chains;
thence due west 140 chains; thence due
north SO chains, more or less, to shore
Hue of English Bay; thence'in an caster*
ly direction, following meandcrings of
shore line of English Bay, to the northwest corner of Lot 449, Group 1; thence
due south toaouthwest corner of Lot 449,
Group 1; thence due east to southeast
corner of Lot 449, Group 1; thence due
north to northeast corner of Lot 449,
Group 1, on shore line of English Bay;
theuco in an easterly direction following
mcanderings of shore line to point of
commencement. .Said described lands to
contain, six hundred acres, be the same
more or less.
New Westminster, B, G, Nov. 13th,
1888.     ' JOHN IRVING.
nol4-2m
IN TKE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the matter of the Enterprise Gold and
Silver Mining Company, Limited.
 And	
In the matter of an Act passed in the
45th yoar of Her Majesty's reign,
Chapter 23d,   and in the
matter of the Companies Act, 1862.
 And—
In tlio mutter of tho Governor and Company of Adventurers of England
trading into Hudson's Bay.
mENDKRS WILL BE RECEIVED
J_ up to nooa of the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1881, addressed to the Registrar of tho Supreme Court, Victoria, endorsed "Tender for the purchase of the
milling property of the Enterprise Company, for the purchase, as a whole, of
the milling machinery of the Enterprise
Gold and Silver Mining Company, now
lying securely stored at Harkerville,
British Columbia,   This machinery is tn
Sood order. On application to the uu-
ersigned, or to Mr. J. B. Nason of Barkerville, an inventory of the property offered for sale may be inspected,
A marked oheque for 25 per cent of
tho amount tendered must accompany
each tender.
Approved endorsed notes at 30, 00 and
90 days of equal amounts will be received in payment of tho balanco ot the purchase money, If tender accepted.
All tcndeis subject to the confirmation
of the Court. J. C. BALES,     -
Official Liquidator.
Dated Victoria, 16th Nov., iM.   [17-te I |T***aT***aT*****B--H
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice , .1*. .0. Planing Milla Co
Carriage Worka Johnflton & Smith
Appointments (3) Provinoial Seo
Notice Jno. Robson
Poin. Saw Mill Co...J. B. Henderson
ForeaterB' Ball Committee
St. Paul'. Church Rev. E. Cridge
Str. Vicioria J. A. R. Homer
Tenders John Garrow, M. D
Notice D. M. Eborts
flu _____ Columbian.
«al«nlny Horning. Nov. •!, 11183.
the season. But nll preliminary
work ou tho Clarke trail could ho
done now, and ib would be ready
for spring work. We do not think
the government would have been
justified in spending $5,(100 on the
Port Moody froad during tho present' season, or that they should engage in auy unnecessary work iu
thnt quarter before spring.
County courts.
We have now a resident judge
in this district, and it may bo worth
whilo for the government to consider whether more convenient arrangements, could not be mado for
the accommodation of the outlying
settlements. At present wo believe
there is but one county court held between this city and Clinton, a dis
tance of 165 milci. Between New-
Westminster and Yolo theraaro ninny
settlements, Bomo of whicli are
steadily growing in population and
importance. It is often very inconvenient fov persons residing in tliese
settlements to attend county court
at tin's oity, nnd where many witnesses are required the expenses are
heavy. It would bo-absurd to establish n court in each settlement,
but some central place might be
selected which would sevve tlio convenience of tho lurgest numbor.
We- believe thnt Chilliwhack, for
example, might very properly be
made the s*i»t of a comity court.
It is situated almost half wny between New Westminstor nnd Yale,
nnd, with the adjacent settlements,
is the centre of a large population.
if the government could establish
a county court at Chilliwhack we
believe they wonld be very materially forwarding the interests of. the
district. At Granville there is a
lock-up and a small court house,
•nd a court might possibly be established thero as woll. It would
be available for the towns of Granville, Moodyville and Hastings
which contain n considerable population. Ws hope the government
will give (liis matter their serious
consideration.
Since the above was put in type
wo find that the government have
appointed a county court at Chilliwhack, with Mr. G. W. Chadsey
ns registrar; As>will be seen from
a notice published elsewhere, tho
court sits every three months. We
ar. sure tho peoplo of Chilliwhnek
and adjacent settlements will appreciate this evidence of a desire on
the part of the government to furnish theni with every reasonable
accommodation.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that application will ho made to
the Legislative Assembly of British Colombia at its next Session for an Act to
authorize the construction and maintenance of a Kailway from a point on the
Pitt River at or near its crossing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway to a point on
English Bay.
Dated 22nd Nov., 1883.
D. M. EBERTS,
no24w(i] Solicitor for Applicants'.
Port Moody Road.
Early this season Mr. Geo. Turner, C. E., made a, survey of the
different routes proposed for a road
from this city to ?ort Moody. We
believe the route hest adapted for a
permanent road would iiave cost
about $5,000, and it could hardly
be expected that such a sum would
have heen taken out of the rond
appropriations for that purpose.
The district of New Westminster
is very large, largely settled, and iB
exceedingly deficient iu the matter
of roads. Almost every settlement
is crying out for new roads and
improvements to old ones; and ns
the sum available for such purposes
is necessarily limited, it is obviously the duty of the government to
distribute it where it would do the
greatest good to the greatest number. It was agreed, we believe,
that for this season the North
road would have to answer the
purpose of communication with
Port Moody. Something over
$500 was expended in improving
that road, but we regret to say
that at present tho improvements
do* not seem to add much to the
efficiency of the road. For some
time men have been engaged in
chopping out a road over what it-
known as Clarke's trail. This work
was undertaken hy Capt. Clarke
ami other owners of property nt
Port Moody. Tlio government
instructed Mr. Turner to examine
this road, and we learn from him
that it is fairly well adapted for
a highway to Port Moody, He
estimates tho cost of putting it in
good condition (as roads go in this
district) at something like $2,000.
We understand that the property-
holders nt Port Moody are willing
to subscribe a certain amount
(about 81500) if the government
will build a good road. This offt-r
we think the government should
accept They ought this year to
have (he trail chopped out to ita
foil width and the road bed stumped
■nd levelled. It could then be used
tbe present winter for light vehicles,
end next spring it could be graded
■nd finished. We are opposed to
■ny further expenditure on road
work thii season than ia absolutely
necessary. The work done on the
Granville road and the Port Moody
road hit fill shows how utterly
l it ii to ffliki mil Iitt in
London's Slums.
With all its immense wealth and
teaming and refinement London,
perhaps, cau boust of more misery
and wretchedness than nny other
city in the world. Hero the extremes of riches ami poverty meet.
Recently some facts have been
brought into public prominence
which have called renewed attention
to the slums uf London. The London Congregational Union published
a small pamphlut on the "Bitter
Cry' of Outcast London," of which
a correspondent says: "Its contents
have startled aud shocked almost
everybody who has rend it. In a
concise form and without any attempt at sensational writing, it
gives a graphic description of the
state of some of the worst slums of
the metropolis, and of the horrible
conditions under which their inhabitants are forced to exist. These
slums ure made up of tenements iu
the last stages of decay, thick with
the accumulated filth of years, and
utterly unfit for human habitation,
Every sanitary law whieh modern
society knows is defied. Each separate room, from the cellar to the.
garrets, is let to a family of five, six
and in some cases eight or nine persons, and thus the owners of these
rookeries draw from them rents
paying 50 or 60 per cent, interest
on their investment. Their tenants
consist of the lowest class of London's population. Entire courts,
according to the pamphlets, are filled
with thtevea, prostitutes, and liberated convicts. In one street ure
thirty-five houses, thirty-two of
which are known to be houses of
ill-fume. Iu nine cases out of ten
a livelihood is earned by following
some form of lawlessness or immorality. Marriage is practically unknown. Almost overy child is
trained to steal. From year to year
hundreds of families live on in circumstances such ns these, and tho
"seething mass of misery and vice"
only increases as time goes on. Familiar as most of them are, these are
some of the facta which the Congregational Union is bringing prominently under the notice of the public. Their pamphlet called forth a
remarkably powerful editorial in the
Pall Mall Gazette lust week, pointing out, with u vigor and directness
which does not often characterise
the London press, that it was simply
scandalous to allow this state of
things to continue without some
energetic action for its abatement.
The result haa been something approaching a sensation. The Pall
Mall Gazette has been inundated
with letters from all quarters of the
country offering practical suggestions. There has been an immense
rush for tho pamphlet, a largo edition of which has already been exhausted, and at all the important
Congregational places of worship in
London on Sunday the subject wai
specially dealt. Some steps, it is
resolved, shall be taken in the matter immediately. Mission halls ate
to be opened at once in some of the
worst districts, and made the centre
of philanthropic work. It is also
proposed to try and obtain some
legislative enactment by which tbe
letting of such tenements will be
rendered illegal. Whatever action
may, however, be ultimately decided upon, there is happily at last
some prospect of the question being
approached in the right spirit."
NOTICE.
E   HEREBY   GIVE   NOTICE
i appli
tion to the Chiof Commissioner of Lands
w1
that we intend to make applied-
and Works for permission to purchase
three hundred and twenty (320) aeros of
land situated at Bowen Island, Howe
Sound, New Westminster Distriot, as
follows: Commencing from tho southeast corner ol W. Eaton's pre-emption
claim, thence due south 40 chains, thence
duo west 80 chains, thence due north 40
chains, thence duo east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Royal City Planing Mills Co,
Now Westminster,
22nd November,  1883. [no24m2
8
STEAMER
VICTORIA,
Captain Reicuhann,
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRANCISCO for New Westminster on
Friday, November 30th, 1883
Freight nnd Passage,
St. Paul's Church.
SERMONS IN THE COURT HOUSE
next Sunday at 11 a. in, and 7 p. in*
by Rt. Rev. E. Cridge, Bishop of the
Reformed Episcopal Church.     All are
invited. Subject for the evening
"Romish innovations in the Protestant
Church compared with the doctrines of
St. Paul."    - no24-lt.
F
TENDERS
lOR FENCING, STUMPING AND
_ Grading Lots 2 and 3, St. Andrew's
Block, will bo received by tho undersigned up to noon on MONDAY, tho third
day of December prox. For particulars
apply to tlio undbrsi[-ned, or to Mr.
Turnbull, at Farmer's Homo. Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
JOHN GARROW, M.D.
New West., Nov. 22,1883.    [no24t3
W. E, HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., next door to the
Bank of British Columbia.
For rates
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS k CO.,
•_       San Francisco.
Or to      J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
no24] New Westminster.
)
Phovincial- Skchktary's Office,
23rd November, 1883.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT.
Governor has been pleased to make
tho following appoiutment: Thomas
Shannon McGillivray, Esquire, of
Port Moody, to be a Stipendiary Magistrate for the Electoral District of New
Westminster, except such portions thereof as are included within Municipalities.
[no24ml] _________
pROVTNCUf, SfX'RETARY'H OFFICE,
22nd November, 1883.
IS HONOUR THB LIEUTENANT-
the following appointments
Joseph Purvh Planta, Esquire, to
Ha 
Governor has been pleased to mako
9CJ1
form a. Court of Revision and Appeal,
under the Assessment Acts, for that portion ot the "District of Nanaimo,"
known as the' Electoral District of Nanaimo, vice J. G. B&ruston, Esquire, resigned.
George W. Ciiadsky, Esquire, to be a
Registrar under the "Marriage Ordinance, 1867," and the "Marriage Ordinance Amendment Act, 1872," and Registrar of the County Court holden at
Chilliwhack, [no24wl
NOTIOB-
A COUNTY COURT WILL BE
hold at. Cuntreville, Chilliwhack,
on Thursday, tho 13th day of December
next; and, during the year 1884, on the
second' Thursday in March, the second
Thursday in June, the second Thursday
in September, and the second Thursday
in December.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
3WNov#ttbw,*WJ.        lotftal
A ball will be given in
The MU Skril
Under the auspices of
Court Lord Dufferin No.6304
Of tho
WCIEXT ORDER OF FOftRESTERS
Ou
Tuesday, Dec. 11,1883
Tickts for [gentlemen, 81 j ladies free.
Supper will W provided at 50 cts. each.
Dancing to commence at 8:30 sharp.
By order of the
no24-td COMMITTEE.
Dominion h Mill Co,,
.-LIMITED.)
RICHARD STRUT. NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
Manufacturers and Dealers in all
kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
X.VM8IIII,
Shingles,
Lath,
Pickets,
&Ca, &C,
Orders   froni   the  country
promptly   filled.
of quantity and cost of material for
building   carefully   prepared
free of chargo.
I'lnt-rUns iralnttilge-l   Flooring a
Specially,
J. B. HENDERSON,
no24te] Manage*.
Every description of work in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon HarnesH, Leather,
Horse-Clothing otc, f9*Ttte best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate.
Atrial solicited. [jnyl9-tc.
ROYAL  OITY
LISIIVBD
Manufacturers and dealers in all
kinds of
Port Moody!
FOR SALE!
TOWN LOTS
Fronting on tho bost portion of the harbor,   suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, closo to the
Railway.
"Val-a.a'ble Land.
On the harbor,- admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes.     Special
advantages given.
By the ncre, in favorable positions, close
to the terminus.
Town lots nnd laud in the City and Dis*
trict of New Westminster.
Intending' Investors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B. C.
no7] P. O. Box 39.       -   tc.
Laths, Shakos,
SAWN AND SPLIT SHINBLES,
■PICKETS,
SALMON  BOXES,
Not Floata, Can Trays, and all kinds
of wood furnishings for canneries.
Doors, Sashes, and-Blinds.
MOULDINGS,
Frames,   Brackets,
And soaaonod finishing lumber constantly on hand.
Planing, Scroll-Saving, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to ordor with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISU OASES  A  SPECIALTY.
STAIR BUILDING
- Railings, Balusters, Newel Posts,
Both plain and fancy, at reasonable rates.
ESTABLISHED
A.
VICTORIA,
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. ft
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CAREIAGES,
-AND-
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS OH HAND.
JOHNSTON & SMITH,
raoriunois.
Beg to intimate that they hava the largest and beat selected Stock of Men's
and Boya'
CLOTHING,
UNDERCLOTHING,
HATS,      SHIRTS,
UMBRELLAS,
WATERPROOFS,
GOATS,
HOSIERY, &.C., &.C.
In the Province,
Our -floods aro principally imported from
the English and Scotch markets.
Children's Scotch Tweed Suits, from
$2.50 to 83.00.
Children's Vlitem, «i.oo.
Hen's OVfXCOiltfi. &LG0 and upwards,
nt wholesale prices for cash.   oc20
Importers of all kinds of
PlatufMofKto
Orders from the country will receive
prompt and careful attention.
OIDSdky
m "mm
-AT-
TAJV-XES-S
ELLARD i ni
liy Mr,
O. Gh.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full arid
well assorted stock of Dry
"  Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
iN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLOh-JIA.
In tho goods of William Goellert, deceased.
ALL PEHHONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the estate of the deceastd
ore required to send to the undersigned,
solicitors for Mrs. Katrina J. Goellert,
the administratrix, full particulars of
their claims within one month from this
date, and all persons indebted to the deceased are required to pay their indebtedness to the said undersigned forthwith.
CORBOULD ft McCOLL,
oo27-lm]        Solicitors for Executrix.
NOT I CE
DOMINION RAILWAY LANDS I
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
WHEREAS INFORMATION HAS
been received by the Dominion
Government that timber has been out on
Dominion Railway Lands in this Province for milling purposes, especially in
the neighborhood of Burrard Inlet, this
is to givo notice that all personB cutting
timber on these lands will bo prosecuted,
and all mill owners purchasing logs thus
cut will be proceeded against.
JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
-   Dominion Gov't Agent.
Offico of the Dom. Gov't Agent,
Victoria, B. C, Oot. 25th, 1863.
oct27-tc.
Mantles&TIlsters JUST  AWED!
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
 OUR—
FALL STOCK
RICHARD 8TREET,
NOTICE!
Just arrived from
San Francisco and
New York the very
Latest Styles of
Gents' Hats and furnishing goods; also
Boots and Shoes.
Call and examine
before purchasing
elsewhere. A well
selected stock of clothing on hand at
EMMA GOLDS,
Columbia St., opp. Ewen'a Cannery.
MM).
NEW WESTMINSTER,   a  O.
Tie Company
Take this opportunity of
thanking their numerous patrons for past favors, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same in the future, Having on hand a
large stock of both Bough
and Dressed Lumber of various kinds and grades, they
are prepared to give B01>
gains for Cash for
the balance of the year.
Their Mill at Nanaimo is
now in operation, under the
superintendence oi Rlr* Au
Haslam* and will keep
a full supply of Doors, Windows, etc., ETC.
They have also to announce that they have open
ed a branch of their
business at Port
Moody* Mid will keep a
lull 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 th* ground.
All orders will receive
prompt attention.
JOHN EENDBY,
•Union
CONSISTING OF:
Dress Goods
All wool Plaids,
Beiges' French Serges
Ottoman Mervelleux,
Fancy   Plaid   Cashmeres,
Velvet to Velveteens,
In all Colon and Styles,
NJew Neckwear,
Collars and Culls,
Burnings to Buehes,
In all Shades,
Silk & Chenille Scarfs
and Squares,
Ladies' & Children's
Aprons,
In Great Variety,
New   Styles   Table
Covers,
Antimaccassers   and
Toilets,
Lace 6c Net Curtains,
Quilts, Towels, &c.,
Ladies' and Children's Brocaded Silk,
Ottoman Cloth, nnd German Curl
Dolmans,   Ulsters,
and Jackets,
The Latest Fashions for this Fall and
Wintor,
All Styles in Ladies' and Ohildron's
Fur, Felt, Feather Edge, & Straw
HATS & BONNETS,
A splendid assortment of
It-rant!-' Woollen Jackets. Plel-
sen. Hats. Bonnets, Mitts.
Gaiters, Ac., 4c,
-—Full Stock of	
Flowers, Feathers, Hats, Ornaments, Beads, Milliner)',
Trimming, 4c,
Maltese, Spaniah, Hointon, and Bret-
tonne LACES, in all Colon,
Full Line of Men's and Boy's
CLOTHING
SHIRTS, COLLARS,   NECKTIES,
HOSIERY,  &C,
Very Large Stook of Hemp, Kidderminster, Tapestry, and Brussels
CARPETS & RCGS, FLOOR
CLOTH,  &C, at very
low prices.
ull ass mm m m
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
Comer Mary and Columbia Streets,
New WcHtniinster, E 0.
(oeg-ta)
Felt&tain
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 HoodSf'
and Hats trimmed with fur, ,.„
in
Black   and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES!
n
Black and dark shades, Whites
and tinted,
LACES,
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,
Plain and 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 assort
ment.   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
Groceries 5 Provisions!
f3FGoods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
O.G. MAJOR
Cor Columbia A Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
(•eltto-
STOVES
Wo have now tho Largest, Beat Assorted
and Cheapest Stook of
Cooking, Parlor and Heating
Stoves and
RANGES
In the Provinco,
We also manufacture
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware
Of Every Description, of whioh we always keep a Large Stook on hand.
Give ue a call and get our price* before
going elsewhere,
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.,
COLUMBIA STKEET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
.(oolSto)
: OVER 20 GASES
Seasonable English   and Amcricg
DRY GOODS
Per ss. "MEXICO," and other late
arrivals, consisting in part of
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
Winter Jackets,
DOLMANS,
-CTLSTSBS,
kc,          kc, ke.
 ALSO	
Dress Goods
Of every description, nil new and
seasonable.
Plaids,
Flannels,
Blankets,
Quilts
And every description of
MILLINERY
Tbe latest, best, and moat fashionable.
GENTS' CLOTHING
A full assortment, olioap for caib.
 A full line of	
Groceries & Provisions
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
JAMES WISE,
Frost St.,
New VnsTHtxam.
(Ml0»l) Wxt fritiah Cdiimbimu
laludar Maralat, Km. u, uu.
rUIIKfiUBS.
Per itr. Yosemite, from Victoria, Nov.
28,—Mrs WH Grunt, Mrs Leno.Dr Foster,
Green, Rev Cridge, Watson, McMarn. Edmonds Hattfht01derahaw,Wescott, Miller,
Lelser, McPnodden, Cote, Johnstone, McMullen, Adams. Henderson, Brown, Phillip, Harper, Ladner, McTurren.
The river steamers continue to make
their regular trips.
' Bishop Ori-Jge will preach in the
court house to-morrow morning and
evening,
Mr. English bought the stock of the
B. 0. Packing Oo. at sheriff's sale lost
Thursday for $6,000.
The str. Yosemite arrived from Victoria yesterday afternoon at 12:25!
This beats the beat record yet.
We are informed that a second telephone line between this city and Port
Moody vill be put up by a new company.
There was quite a sharp frost on
Thursday night, the thermometer going down 3 degrees below the freezing
* point.
The question of circulation is again
agitating the minds of the Colonist and
Standard. That question maybe easily
settled. •
The Chinese merchants of Victoria
presented the fire company with $300
In recognition'of their services at the
late fire.
The Blue Ribbon meeting on Wednesday night was fairly attended, but
Rev. Mr. Watson did not give an address as had been expected. He got
off the steamer at Ladner's Landing.
Mr, Dunsmuir has sent a very spirited reply to the committee at Nanaimo
who asked him to attend a meeting for
the purpose of considering the settlement bill. We shall refer to it again.
The telephone poles have been erected for the line between this city and
Port-Moody, with the exception of
about a mile at the other end, and
work has been suspended for the present.
The assessed value of real and personal property in the Electoral District
, of Nanaimo amounts to 9928,723,
divided as follows: real estate, 9307,-
373; personal property, $003,830; income, $18,520.— Aee Press.
So far as failures are concerned England is much better off than the United
States. The number in the United
Kihgdom for the rf«ek endim? Oct. 17
was 106, againBt 213 the corresponding
week of 1882 and 237 in 1881.
The remains of the late Mrs, Innes
of Langley Prairie were interred at
this city .laat Wednesday nfternoon.
Notwithstanding the rain there was a
large attendance nt the funeral, The
services were coudueted by Rev, Mr.
Dunn.
Winter and wild beasts make sad
work among domestic animals in Rub*
sia. Last year it is declared that from
cold, snow storms, and disease, 5,550
camels, 32,000 horses, 14,000 cattlo
and 130,000 sheep perished, and thai;
70,000 cattle were killed by tho wolves.
At the Palermo assizes twelve brigands of a well-known baud which lately
terrorized the neighborhood of Amorosi
were condemned to death. Three of
the condemned men were brothers.
Eleven more were condemned tor terms
of penal servitude. The. association
had committed about fourteen" murders
in the last six years.
• A recent report of the English Local
-Government Board shows that notwithstanding bad harvests and depressed
trade pauperism has considerably
diminished since 1872. The papulation of England and Wales has risen
from 23,000,000 to 26,055,000 jn 1882.
But while in the former year thomcan
number of paupers was 977,200, in the
latter it had fallen to 788,289.
Choral Union.—Trebles and Altos
are requested to attend on Monday
next at 7.30 instead of 8 p. m.,
OnDiNATiotf,—There was n large
congregation at the Methodist church
on Thursday night to witness the ordination of Rev. W.J. Dowler, B. A.,
of Ladner's Landing. Rev. 0. Watson of Viotoria preached an eloquent
discourse, and was assisted in the impressive ordjnation service by Rev. E.
Robson of this oity.
.         .».
Pitt River Bridge.—We are informed that the draw in Pitt River
bridge is in such a condition that it
cannot be operated. It has been blocked for 3 weeks. This is a great inconvenience for mill men and others who
have occasion to take steamers and
tags through to Pitt Lake. There nre
scarcely any steamers on tho river that
can pass under the bridge, and the obstruction to traffio should not be allowed to exist.
■*» ——
Dominion Sawmill.—Attention is
«alled to tlie new advertisement of tho
Dominion Sawmill Co. which appears
in this issue. Since taking possession
of the mill the company have mnde
largo improvements, and are still going
forward. Two new boilers havo beon
received and will be plnced in position
at once, doubling tho power of the
mill. A new building, 32x140 feet, is
to be erected at the west side of the
mill. It is to be 2 stories high, and
vill be fitted up with machinory for
manufacturing sash doors, and other
Woodwork. Workmen are already engaged on thia building, which will be
completed early next year.
. — -»
Side Show.—While the big judge
and big lawyers were engaged in the
eourt house last Wednesday afternoon,
, there was a side show in the council
chambers. Charley Phillips, an Indian, was brought before Messrs. Fer
ris and Pittendrigh, J. Pi., on a charge
of assaulting a Chinaman nt Harrison
River, rebbing him and cutting off his
"tail." Mr. Black appeared for the
prosecution, and Mr. Eckstein for the
defence, Theso young limbs of the
law conducted the caso with a shrewdness that would have astonished Blaok-
atone, Charley pleaded guilty to the
assault, and the other charges wore
withdrawn.   Fined $6 and costs.
DoNATiON.—The treasnrer of the
Royal Columbian Hospital acknowledges with thanks the receipt of $20.-
50 from the Albion Iron Works Co.,
Victoria, being amount of prizes received by thein at the agricultural exhibition. This liberality is most com-
mendable and worthy of imitation.
 : : *—*	
Fire at Victoria.—A destructive
fire occurred at Victoria lost Thursday
morning. It originated near one of
the Chinese theatres, on Cormorant
street, and waB confined almost entirely to the Chinese quarters. The area
burnt embraces about l£ acres, and
thero were 40 buildings destroyed.
The loss is estimated at from §50,000
te $200,000, according to the caprice
of the reporters. It is probably about
8100,000. Lung Chung & Co. lost
about $35,000 in goods,
very little insurance,
There wns
Stipendiary Magistrate.—It will
be seen by a notico elso whoro tliat Mr.
T. S. McGillivray lias been appointed
stipendiary magistrate at Port Moody.
We need not say that we think the
government have acted wisely in making such an appointment. Of Mr.
McGillivray we do not know much,
but hiB private character, so far as we
are aware, is without roproaoh, and ho
has held public positions which seem
to indicate that ho will discharge the
the duties of liis officii with judgment
and efficiency. We presume Mr. McGillivray, who, by the way, has been a
resident of Port Moody, for some
months, will enter upon hiB duties at
once.
From Clover Valley.
(Correspondence of tho Columbian.)
Our district,still keeps moving. A
few new settlers are coming in, and
some of the old ones are returning,
Some real estate is changing hands,
Tho contractors on the roads .will soon
be through with the bulk t-f thoir
work. All parties are considerably
exercised just now about tho roads,
in their immediate neighborhood, all
being confident that the Government j
are going to build onr mad in the
spring. I tell you the change of government mado things' movo iu tbis
district, I firmly beliere, had such
change not taken place, the people
would not have been aware of tho
fact that new roads were reqeired, or
that others needed repairing. But
now that we have found the old cow
furnishes a liberal supply ot the needful, necessarily we will milk her as
often as possible. There is some pros-
peot of having lively timeB here
about the beginning of the new year,
as I hear considerable discussion ns to
the approaching municipal election.
Thero would appear to bo several new
aspirants after municipal honors.
While on-this Bubject I might state
our municipal council aro fully alive
to the requirements of the people,
At their last meeting there .was quite
a discussion on the absolute necessity
of quite a number of changes being
mado in the Municipal Act bo that
the actual settler may not be under
so much disadvantage, compared with
the non-resident; also the council and
people are anxious to aee a railway iu
active operation, and with that object
in view have instructed the clerk to
correspond with the 0. P. R. authorities on the subject, wliich we trust
may have some effect
Court or Assize,
(Before Hon. Mr. Justice WcCreight.)
REUINA V,   MASTERS (continued).
A. Jackson testified: Have been for
the past eight yeurs manager of the
Royal Columbian Hospital in thi.-* city;
hmve had frequent opportunities of
taking .post mortem examinations; waa
present at thu, post mortem examination made upon the bi'dy of Mrs. Mitchell; the body was opened by cutting
with a knife; the pubic arch was then
removed by sawing from cither side
with a common carpenters' saw, never
saw such a saw used for this purpose
before; Dr. Gurrow operated with the
saw; the parts were thou examined;
the doctors did not notice any wound
until I called their attention to one on
tho vaginal wall, H inches from tho
outside, pointing outwards and upwards; there was no clotted blood
about the wound, nnd no sign of inflammation; it wast a recent wound;
it was mado after death; I thought
then, and think yet, that the saw used
in the operation made the wouud; the
intestines seemed to be entirely devoid'of fluid; there were purple spots
on the intestines; Dr. Garrow suid that
looked like inflammation; the doctors
did not agree in my presence; the
womb waa opened; there was a patch
about 1$ by 2 inches on ita wall, lhe
color of brick dust; Dr. Garrew made
the remark that that looked like blood
poisoning; Dr. Bentley said, "Beg
pardon, nnd scraped the patch off
with his thumb nail; neither of the
doctors made any microscopic tests, I
nor did they take any portion of the
body away; the lungs were examined;
portions of each lung (four pieces in
all) Were placed in a basin bf water;
two of thein sank, and the other twu
floated; this indicated inflammation of
the lungs. (Cross-examined by Mr.
McColl); Tho. post mortem was held
by lamplight; I was asked by Dr.
Bentley to be present; had some medieal experience in New Zealand and
Australia; never examined a person
for blood poisoning before; was not
surprised at finding no traces of food
in the intestines; was not shocked at
tho doctors using the saw; it served
the purpose quite well; never tested
lungs before; had some conversation
with Masters; immaterial in relation
to this'case; never told any person 1
could give evidence about that clot of
blood.
Dr. J. C. Davie was next called, and
gave n very interesting nud scientific
explanation of the proper treatment of
a patient during child-birth, the gist
of hia evidence being that, in his opinion, so far as had been proven, Dr.
Musters had done nothing but what
was right and proper in the trentment
of Mrs, Mitchell; that ho had shown
no lack of medical skill, aiid had certainly not been cureless or negligent
in any one thing. With respect to
Dr. McLeod's treatment, it was well
intended nnd he had nothing to say
against it. But if he believed a portion of the placenta remained he should
certainly have removed it. He did
notapprove of injecting chloroform under the skin; it should be injected
deeply among tho muscles. Without
a doubt the substance found in the
womb at the post mortem should
have been examined more carefully
than appears to have, been done.. He
considered that Dr. Masters had done
his duty in every respeot. It is almost
impossible to know if all tha placenta
has beon removed- It is the duty of
the doctor to remove it nil if he can.
Ho would not uso antiseptic injections
until symptoms of puerpural fever hnd
shown themselves.
Dr. L, R. Mclnnes fully concurred
in everything Dr. Davie had said, and
thought that, nccording to tho evidence adduced, Dr, Masters had not
boen guilty of any act of negligence,
or shown any want of medical skill.
Louis Eckstein testified: Know CD.
Rand; he came to Mr. Bole's office
whoro I was, and nfter a fow words
asked me if I' was "game"; 1 thought
it was in reference to some speculation; we spoke about this case; he said
if I would get him the questions the
defence were going to ask Dr. McLeod
he would give me twenty-five dollars;
told him there would be no principle
— 'giving away" the private business
of my employer; that I would uot do
it for $1000 as it might be the cause of
putting Dr. Masters in the penitentiary fer some time; he said he did not
intend anything like that, because he
would like himself to 'sea Dr. Masters
get off, but that if they wero going to
ask questions out of the materia medics, the most learned man could not
answer them readily.
The defence here closed tlieir case,
and the orown recalled Dr. Bentley in
rebuttal of Jackson's testimony. Dr,
Bentley testified thut Jackson separated the crooked bnnee with lm hands;
the saw used could not possibly have
made tho wound, us it did not come
near that vicinity; in tearing off the
clot of placenta from the womb, I had
great difficulty; it showed that it was
firmly adherent; I could not separate
it with my thumb nail, and did not;
when it was torn off it disclosed the
open mouths of the minute blood vessels of tho womb; I and Dr. Garrow
only partially discussed the matter,
and then there was no difference of
opinion between us ns to what this
wns; the spots ou the intestines were
on the inside, and could be moved
alone the same as any other digested
food; I showed and demonstrated this
at the time; there was no portion of
the lungs that sank, and no portion
that gave the slightest indication of
disease of any sort.
Mr. Drake, Q. 0., addressed the
jury at some length on behalf of the
prisoner, going over the whole evidence. He referred to the bad condition cf the room in which confinement took place, and charged the
relatives with criminal negligence. He
criticised the treatment of Dr. McLeod, and his. courso in taking action
against Dr. Masters on what he considered very flimsy ovidonco. The
attempt to obtain a copy of tho questions he characterised as most discreditable. He referred to the contradiction in the evidence of Dr, Bentley
and Mr, Jackson. Jackson stated
that there was a difference of opinion
between, Drs. Bentley and Garrow at
the inquest,and ns the,crown had
refused to put Dr. Garrow in the box
the fair inference wns that ho would
not give Buch evidence as they wanted,
He appealed to the jury on behalf of
Dr. Masters, whose-lips were sealed
against testifying on his own behalf,
aud declined that nothing but a verdict of not guilty would satisfy their
consciences.
Mr. McColl, on behalf of the crown,
said it must appear that evory circumstance that could possibly favor tlio
prisoner hnd been seized upon by tho
defense. Dr. Masters belonged to a
high and-noble piofession,. but that
was nll the greater reason why ho
should act with care and discretion,
A patient was often completely at the
mercy of the physician. After reviewing the evidence he said there wero
throe theories to account for tho death
of Mrs. Mitchell: (1) from retained
placenta, (2) from the dirty condition
of the bed, nnd (3) from cold. But it
wns useless to speculate whon thero
was a sufficient cause nt hand. A
piece of placenta liad been found at
the post mortem. Wo hnd the ovideuce of Drs, McLeod nnd Bentley
thut the wound spoken of was caused
bofore denth, against Mr. Jackson who
snid it wus not. The question of negligence was not onu for the doctors,
but for the jury. All tho doctors
might ngroo that thero was no carelessness, but tho jury might determine otherwise. He asked if Dr.
Masters should not havo specially
cautioned the attendants respecting
thii danger. It wns not the provinco
<>f tho crown to persecute, but to elicit
nll the facts, nnd he hopkd tho jury
would be able to find that no person
had been to blame in this unfortunate
denth.
HiB lordship said tho indictment implied that thoro hod beon gross .ignorance or carelessness on the part of
prisoner. Negligence, to be culpable,
must be Buch as to satisfy tho jury
that it ought to be punished. In this
case Mrs. Thornber had given a description' of what took place. Mrs,
Vermillyea, who was also present,
might have been called. Dr. Garrow,
who was present at the inquest, might
have been called nlso. As tho crown
hod called neither of these witnesses
he inferred that thoir evidence wus
not wanted. The jury muat satisfy
themselv -.hat there had been gross
negligeii the part of Dr. Mas
ters, and thai death resulted from that
negligence. If they had any reasonable doubt they should not find u verdict against the prisoner. .The doctor's orders to put tho child to tho
breast had not been followed, and the
patient had been removed from one
room to anothor. The more circumstance of death did not imply carelessness, Considering the circumstances, he did not think thoy could
reasonably expect tho doctor to mitke
a second visit. It might have been'
ergot of rye, and not laudanum, that
the doctor prescribed. Ho did not
attach much importance to the How of
bright blood, which seemed not nn
uncommon occurrence. When the
unfavorable symptoms appeared tho
doctor should liavo been informed. If
Dr. Masters had mndo tho statement
attributed to him about Dr. McLeod, <
he thought Dr. McLeod had done
worse, because, for tho purposo of
clearing himself ho hnd entored n
criminal notion. . Ho waB still -more
sony at the notion tnkon to obtain ii
copy of the questions; he could only
regard it ns nu net of stealing. Ho
could not understand how the wouud
spoken of could bo .made by tho instruments used. Tho medical evidence was very strongly in favor of
tho prisoner, and he considered it of
great importance. It was only medical mon who know the difficulties
surrounding such cases. In civil cases
thb verdict must go- with the preponderance of tho ovidonco; in this caso
they must be satisfied without reasonable doubt thut there had been criminal negligence.
The jury retired at 9 o'clock (Tttos-
dny ■ niglit), nnd nt 9:30 thov returned
with a verdict of not guilty. Tho
prisoner was immediately discharged,
nnd court adjourned till Wednesday
morning.
RBOINA V. PETER AND JIM.
Wednesday, Thursday and yesterday
were occupied with this cuso. It will
be remembered that Peter and Jim are
charged with complicity in tho Bailey
murder, the circumstances of which
have already been published. Tho defense have 10 witnesses, and it is being
attempted to provo an alibi. It waa
expected thnt the evidfince would bo
finished lust night, and tho case will
probably bu disposed of to-day.
NEWS FROM All PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Paris, Nov. 18.—In an interview
Marquis Tseng declared that during
the last few days the situation between
France and China had become very
critical, owing to the procesdings of
the French government, repeated votes
in the chamber of deputies and juxtaposition ef the Chinese and French
troops. Many well-armed Chinese
regulars have crossed the frontier and
encamped at Bacmnh, where they are
closely watching the movements of the
French, Notwithstanding the presence
of the French fleet, their army corps,
of 10,000 each, nnd equipped in European fashion can, on very short notice,
march by three different ronds against
the French. Among the Chinese
troops there are many European and
American engineers. The French may
be able to throw a few bomshells into
Canton, but it will be difficult for their
fleet to approach the place, the water
being too shallow. France must first
give warning if she contemplates n
hostile demonstration to the merchant
vessels of nll nations there. If the
Canton mandarins nro energetic the
natives will fight well, and the French
will find them worthy foemen, China
is receiving encouragement and material aid from all sides. The marquis
said: "I have received no communication fmro tbo French govermnoht sinco
my last nrrival in Paris. I shall return
to Folkestone almost immediately,"
Concluding, ho said that China ardently desires peaco nnd deplores that
the situation daily becomes moteJ
aggravated. She will recognize, however, regretfully, accomplished facts,
and leave to Franco towns and forts
captured south of the Red river. China
is determined, however, to hold Bnc-
ninh against all comers, with the
greatest energv. (A passage of the Red
river will certainly be considered a
declaration of war. China is perfectly
aware that Admiral Courbet ia preparing for a campaign against the Chinese.
He repeatedly sends telegrams, demanding boats of light draught. It
depends entirely on France-, to avoid
war. Frnnce must stop at once; tomorrow mny be too late.
Cairo, Nov. 20.—The French gunboat has arrived at Suakin. The fact
thnt no information of any character
comes from Hicks Pasha is causing
nnxiety in government circles. The
idea prevails of completely abandoning
Soudan if ho iB defeated.
, Honokonq, Nov. 20.—China Has
issued n circular declaring that she has
done her utmost to preserve peace,
but the demands of France nre so ex*
Iwrbitant that she can only retain her
present attitude and bide results
Hongkong, Nov. 20.—Pirates are
displaying great activity along the
river banks. Junks and launches are
frequently fired upon. Wnler communication with Ha Noi is threatened.
The pirates are badly armed, but are
spreading terror among the villagers.
Four villages have been destroyed in
the vicinity of Hnippong. The military authorities nro helpless because
the executive powers nre iu the hands
of the civilians who have no adequate
forco beyond incompetent native police.'
Chicago, Nov. 20. —A correspondent at' Winnipeg telegraphs that tlie
uiiti-mounpoly movement continues to
increase in proportion in tho Canadian
northwest. In the city un association
by pursuing a "hole in the corner"
policy ure tending to bring the movement into disrepute. The platform,
which has beeu drafted by the com
njittee nud which will be submitted for
adoption to tho general meeting shortly, acts forth that the powors given to
the province in regard to railroad legislation have been set at naught by the
federal government, demands that government lands, other thnn those appropriated to the Dominion for provincial objects, be placed under the
control of tho province; that tho practice of giving large grants of land to
organized companies and withholding
large tracts from settlement be discontinued, and recognises the importance
of the Hudson Bay route to the north-
wist. It also colls upon the Dominion
Government to promote railroad enterprise in every possible wny throughout southern Manitoba. A largo number uf meetings have been held during
this week. So far they have been
characterized by moderation of sentiment though the settlers are firm iu
their demands for a redress of their
grievances. A representative of a
leading wholesale houso, who returned
yesterday .from that part of the country, says there is n very bitter feeling
among the ignorant parts of the community. Threats of violence to the
property of tho railroad nnd milting
corporations uro freely made. Tho
poorer classes, who nro partly frozen
out,- aro iu n bad way, as they cannot
sell grain ou account of the frost, and,
therefore, cannot longor get credit at
the stores. There are buyers in the
field who would purchase their gram if
it oould be loaded from wnronousus;
but as tho railway company will not
permit this, thoir grain, is thrown ou
thoir hands,
"" The iVlVttP?ogress.
INTERVIEW WITH OEM. MANAGER VAN HORNE.
General Manager Van Home, of the
O. P. R,, was lately interviewed byn
representative .of the Globe in Toronto.
When questioned about the despatch
regarding the suspension of work in
tho Rocky Mountains Mr. Van Home
said:—
"There hue been uo suspension except what was absolutely necessary.
You see there nre snow slides from the
mountains during the winter. Nobody
can tell when one of theso may come,
or whoro it will strike. We thought it
would bo a criminal act to endanger
the lives of so many men by continuing
the work in the mountains. Therefore
we have resolved to quit at the end of
this month. As the work 'has proceeded, nud different portions have been
finished so far as they could be finished
before winter set in the men working
upon these portions have been allowed
to go. That is all there is in the
story."
"Then thero was no disagreement
among the engineers as to the pass to
bo taken ■?"
Tlio General Manager's face showed
some signs of impatience ns he answered, "No, of course not; thore could be
un disagreement, Mr. Ross, late of
the Credit Valley, is Superintendent
of Construction of the Rocky Mountain
division, and he has power to decide
these points. No changes have been
made or proposid except the minor
changes made ns the line proceeds,
just ns on the Lake Superior Division
or nny other. We may take advantnge
of the cessation of work to survey more
closely than we would' have done had
it been .possible to go ahead with the
work without stopping."
"How much delay in tho work will
this cause]"
Mr. Van Home smiled quietly.
"No delny nt nil,'* he replied. "We
shall carry out our promise."
"Of course you have plenty of time
under your contract, but—■*''.
"I'm not talking about contracts.
We have given our promise to have
the work done the year after next, and
we intend to fulfil thnt promise. If we
thought it necessary we could go ahead
with the work on other parts of the
Rocky Mountain flection,, but we don't
seo any need for such hurry."
"Won't these snow-slides interfere
with tho working of the line when
completed 1"
"Not at all. The same difficulty
occurs on the Union Pacific. At exposed points the line is roofed over, so
thnt the snow passes on harmlessly
over the track."
Property belonging to the Ehenezer
Brown estate for snlo on easy terms by
C. D. HAND.
Ladies' trimmed aud un-trimmed Hats
and Bonnets, at cost for cash, at James
Ellard k Co.'s. *
Cleared Lot on John Street, Pert
Moody, for sale.—Apply to Woods k
Tdrser.
iiolOtc
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and clothing, go to Jas. Ellard & Co's.
Seo adv, *
Dress Ooods in all the latest styles,
cheap for cash, at James Ellard k Co.'s*
Several houses in this
CD. RAND.
eity for sale by
.NOTIOB.
•VTEITHER THE OWNER NOR THE
_S Maater of tho Britiab allip "King
Cenric" will be responsible for any debts
contracted by the crew.
UOBT, WILLIAMS, Master.
no!7-lin
FOUND ADRIFT ONTHEtfORTH
Arm, n small Scow, a Skiff (Chinese
build), and a few logs. The owners are
required to. provo property aud pay
charges within two weeks from dote,
otherwise the articles will be Bold.
W. H. ROWLING.
North Arm, Nov. 16, 1883.       ' 17-2w.
NOTICE
fS HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLI-
X cation will be made at the next Li*
censing Court, to transfer the license for
Merchants' Exchange Hotel, now standing in the name of Ebenezer Brown, to
James Punch.
W. 0. WARD,
J. S. K. db KNEVETT,
Executors of Ebenezer Brown, dee'd.
Nov. 20th, 1883. [no21w6]
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLICATION will be mnde at the next Li-
ceasing Court, to transfer the license
standing iu the namo of Ebenezer Brown
to Louis Bonson.
Nov. 20th, 1883.
W. C. WARD,
J. S. K. de KNEVETT,
Executors of Ebenezer Brown, dee'd.
rno21w6]
C, A, Livingstone, Plattavillo, says;
"I have much pleasure in recommending
Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil, from having
used it myself, nnd having sold it for
some time. In my own ene 1 will say
for it that it- is the best preparation I
have evor tried for rheumatism."
The .Manitoba Tempest.
WHAT THE RADICAL ASSOCIATION WANTS,
WixNiria, Nov. 18,—At n meeting
of the anti-coufe4eration association
last night, which lasted till after midnight, a platform containing the following plunk wns adopted: Free trade:
control of government Innd in the
country; vote by ballot; revision of
the system of bringing immigration to
this country nnd railroad legislation.
A long discussion ensued on tho list
demand, ns the. clause was not very
comprehensive. The association claim-"
thnt the local government.has btjua!
powers with ktlio Ontario nnd Quelle
government over roads running from
any part of tho old province, As this
would break the Canada Pacific monopoly it is evident that the Dominion
government will oppose it. Another
plank was adopted to prohibit the federal government from disallowing nets
passed by a local parliament. The
association admits that the federal
government hns power to veto a local
act, but has no right to exceed thnt
power. A mnuifesto will be IsbuoiI l«-
■narrow night. The nsauutntfou resolved to send delegatus to meetings
throughout tlie province t» present
their grievances nud organize auxiliary
societies so thnt the movement wiil
carry weight. Largo immhurs, including many prominent people, nro joining the movement which ia highly
popular. Citizens nro unanimous ho
far ns redressing grievances Ib concerned. A prominent lawyer aaid today: "Ninettonths of those iu sympathy with the movement believe Unit
annexation is the only way by which
this country cau bo relieved nnd be
allowed to march to success."
Those Twin Fois to bodily comfort,
Dyspepsia and Biliousness, yield when
war is wagod^ against them with Northrop k Li-man's Vegetable Discovery
and Dyspeptic Cure. Its use also insures the removal ot Kidney and Uterine maladies, and promotes unobstructed
action of the bowels. The purity of
its ingredients is another point in its
favor. As a blood purifier it hns no
equal,. It is also a great favorite with
the ladies.
— ■ ♦   .
Richmond Council.
Council met at the Town Hall on the
5th inst.; present, Councillors Kidd, Erring ton, London, Brighonse, nnd McDonald. On motion, Councillor Kidd took
the chair, A communication from the
Provincial Secretary was received, promising 31000 this fall and 31000 nut
spring in. aid of trunk road across Lulu
Island if these amounts will suffice to'
carry out the work, and asking to be informed it this arrangement will enable
tho Council to proceed. The Clerk was
instructed to reply in the affirmative,
and to give needful information concerning work completed and work under contract, and stating the time at which the
various sums would be required to meet
contractors. A petition from Jnmes
Faulkner, asking the Council to put
somo repairs on road leading from his
place to the river was received and referred to the Board of Works with authority to havo the read made passable,
provided it could be done at a reasonable
expense. A communication waa received
from tho New Westminster Council.
The Clerk was insmicted to inform the
New Westminster Council that the
amount voted in aid of agricultural hall,
ke., would be handed over to them next
mouth. Councillor Kidd reported that
in accordance with authority given by
the Council on 17th Sept., he had lot the
contract of one hundred chains of ditch
to Lum Chung of Ladner's Landing for
$2,024 Per r0l*> *n(l to **^ll*r l*-™-**tiie
constructing of a floodgate and a flume,
the latter one hundred and twenty feet
in length, for thu sum of $100, and that
tie had employed Mr. Gerard to static off
the line of said road-ditch with stakes
two chains apart; Mr. Uorord to be paid
at the rato of ?*2 per day while so employed; also that since lotting the con
tract he had examined the work done by
Lum Chung and found that he hud ouo
hundred chains nearly completed. Application wns 1 ow made through him for
payment and he recommended Hint tho
greater portion of the nmount duo be
now paid. Council accepted tlio report,
ordered SfiOO paid now nnd thu balance
($-l.*>0) as souit as the lirst government
grant of $1000 wns placed at tlieir disposal. Councillor llrighous;- was appointed a member of tho Board of >\ orks.
Board of Works were authorized to have
road-tliti-h at north end of rond No. '2
cleared out, nntl to lot contracts for 80
vlinins of ditch in continuance ol work at
south end of same road. Councillor Er-
riiijjLon gave notice that at next meeting
he would introduce a bylaw to amend
the »teutioti bylaw, ISS-J. Councillor
London gave notice that next meeting lm
would introduce a bylaw changing thu
present division ef tin' municipality into
wards.   Council then adjourned)
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase three hundred
and sixty (300) acres of land situated as
follows, that is to say : Commencing at a
stake driven on the cast side of tho.
waggon road, adjoining the town site of
Douglas, thence running Enst (10) ten
chains, thence North (100) one hundred
and sixty chains, thence West (20) twenty chains urossing the waggon road,
thence (160) chains running South, thence
(10) ten chains East to point of commencement,
Harrison Rivor, 20th November, 18S3,
[no2lm2] JOSEPH MARTIN.
!
IU 11 u
-IN THE-
DRILL  SUED,
-ON-
Wednes-bay, Nov. 28
w''Aio ok
HOLY TRINITY BELL TOWER.
Admin-oil, 60 ot«.; children, half price.
Refrrahnients, 25 ota. ocSltd
—m.—*7m?m\mS3m
=DENTIST=
HAS AREIVED IN NEW WE8T-
minster and may be feund at the
Colonial Hotel. oo.Sl
W. Norman Bole,
BARRISTER.SOI.ICITOR.&C
New Westminster, B. C.
MONEY TO LEND.
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the next sitting of  the County
Court will be held on Wednesday, December. .5, 1883,
Dated November 13,1883.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
nol4-tf New Westminster.
COME AND SEE
11HE  PItOPltlETOIt,   JAMES TUKN-
. HUM,, having again taken possession
of the TKMPMMME 1101 Hi: front ln« on
Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
Episcopal Church, City of New wentinln-
ater, li. C, and now known u tbe
'FARMER'S    NOME,"
Will accommodate all his old friends and
the public generally who favor him with
a call, at old prices. Board per dny, 81.00;
Board per week, Jf.-i.U0; Single Meals, 25
cents; Beds, 'iit cents. Kff" Good accommodation for Ladies and Families.     auLfltc
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
New Through Route Between Pout-
land and New Westminster.
THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co, will dispatch the
steamer Gipsy from New Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for New West-
mister direct about the 12th of each
month.
Through rates from Portland, flour
and feed, $0 per ton of 2,000 lbs.; mar
chandise, SS per ton of 2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Abb*. Supt. Traffic,
jy-i-tc] C. E. CLANCY, Agent.
NOTICE 1 MARINERS.
SAND. HEADS.   FRASER   RIVER.
ENTERING    FROM    SEAWARD,
pasB South of all the buoys, at one-
quarter (J) cable distant.
There aro two Red Spar Buoys on the
South edge of the Channel marking spits,
ono opposite No. 1 buoy nnd the other
opposite and a little to the Eastward of
No. 0.
F. REVELY,
Agont Marine and fisheries Dept.
Victoria, B. C, 18th Nov., 1883.   nl7t3
Fort Hammond Junction I
» IX (ECILJ.B imjuexco- itua.
era .f Ike C. P. (T. reaqwaj (jetaf tt M
bejwi ikia Tewn.ll. will Mil iken asf
Passenters or Freight. Wharf aeeeaasaa.
dall.B will be anapleted befkre Ike tat
or tbe yenr.
ocl7tc -NO. IBVIHG, MHBftr.
Fort Hammond Junction I
TWO AUCTION   SHE   or IMS tm Ik*
TowbrMp will take place before Mar*
18SI. Daring the interUnpemas-ietlr*
on* of making purchases can obtain all
Information either of Mr. Edward Me*
bun, at the Townsltr, or of
J. P. MVIEI tt CO.,
ocl7(c Aaetloaeen*
W. H. FALDING,
ACCOUNTANT,     .
Seal  Set ate
—AND	
COMMISSION AGENT.
OFFICE:-Temporarily at  W.  H.
Kesry'a. oct27-tc.
MISS   ALPORT
 WILL OPEN A	
Private Day School
At her Residence,
Cor. Agnes and Elliott streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I, IMS
Particulara and terma can be obtained,
on application as above. . oc6m8 .
BRITISH     COLUMBIA*
MERCHANTS'LINE
THE    POWERFUL,    FAST   AND
commodious Steamship
"SARDONYX"
Will     anil     from    San     Franciaco
tor Victoria,   New   Wcatminater and
Nanaimo  on  SATURDAY,  NOVEMBERS^.
For freight or pasango apply to
EWKN * CO.,    .
New Weatmlnatcr,
Or HENRY LUND k CO.,
a.22td San Franciaco.
PftOVISCIAl. SKORKI'AUV'S OFFICE,
Uth November, 18S3.
mHE REGULATIONS FOR THE
I open competitive examination for
the Civil Servico of India, in 1884, oar
be aceu at this office, on application.
JOHN ROBSON,
nol7-lm]     • Provincial Secretary.
3AliAH
IHE WAY IT WIU AFFECT T0V.
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARQ-
eat aaaortment of Clocks ever held
on the Mainland of British Columbia.
Nickel ClOCJn, at«2.2S (warranted).
TuOUM'   Nickel Altl-aT-   at
Setb
13.29.
Intel ud Olee
AU kinds of   	
Clockl.
Haltham Wa'cbea, coin silver cues,
from $15 upwards.
A flue assortment of Stirling SIlTCr
Jewelry,'of the latest designs.
Slltcr Fltle Ware did Optical
floods.  -"
Columbia Strew,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
h.
To lesson mortality nml stop tlie inroads of -li-H-A*-?, uno Northrop k Lyman's Vcgctablo Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure. l-'ov ull disonies arising
troni Impure 1Uih*-1, such as Pimples,
Blotches, lliHioiisuess, Indigestion, etc.,
ote., it has uo equal. Mrs, Thomas
^mitli, Elm, writos; "I am using thia
medicine for Dyspepsia; I havu tried
many remedies, but this is the only one
thut haa dono me any good.'*
IsTOT'ICE.
TO CONTRACTORS.
QIUDED   TENDERS,   PROPERLY
n endorsed, *ill he received hy the
Honourable tlio Chief Commissioner of
Lancia and Works, up to noon of Thursday, Uth December next, for the con-
i-truiitioii of n Wagon Rond between New
Wostmiiister and Granville, |via False
Creek Trail, about eight and one-third
miles in luiigth.
Spemlicattons can bo seen, and forms
of tender obtained* at the Luud-i and
Works oftict;, Viotoria, or at the ollice of
tho Govornmont Agent, New Westminster.  .
Tho lowest or any tender not nocca-
sarily accepted. W. H. OOIiK,
Surveyor-General.
Lands and Works Dojmrtriicht,
Victoria. U. C, Nov. I5tl», 1883.   [td
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretions and purifies the
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
the liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Sucii is
THE IMMEDIATE AKD SATISFACTORY EFFECT that it it warranted to break -up the
most distressing cough in a few hours'
time, if not of too long standing. /(is
warranted to otve estike satisfaction,
Evkh in hif. most confirmed cases of Con-
sumption! It is warranted not to produce
costiveness (whieh ia tho case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. It it warranted to be. jierfectly-harmless to the most
delicate child, although it is au active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There imno real necessity for io
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Lusti Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, we would recommend to give Allen's Lum: IUlsah a trial. Sold by all
Druggists, jeSO-lm.
6. C A. A.
1888.
Beautiful Cajuh.- Boyond all bmn-
pari&ou the largest, liundsiitnest, and
most varied aasnctntatit tif Christmas
and New Year's catda ever shown in
Briti.'ii Columbia may now be seen at
the lWrt-s'ore of T. It. Pearson & Co..
of this city. The collection embraces
samples from the most celebrated
hou-ios in Europe and America, including n lino variety of Prangs. So large
»n rissottmeitt was never before hold
by any houao in this provinco. Prices
iMi^o'fn.ni $10 U 4 for,a bit.— Adt.
The Great English Tkmpekance
Diiinks.—Montserrat Lim# Juice Cor-
dinlri, made from tho puro juice of the
limu fniit on tho Company's plantations
in the Hnnd of Montserrat (West Indies), combined with Ltmetta, Raspberry,
Ptticuijiplo, Aromntios or Sarsaparilla.
Mixcu with aoda or plain wator, theso
are the most refreshing and healthful
drinks known. Warranted absolutely
froe from alcohol. SS.60 per case of
twelve bottles.      E. Hrown k Co,,
no3m1 Niw Westminster.
FIRST
KURTZ&CO
-FOK—
CIGARS
[Signad]
A. PEELE, Sac.
(ocl7t»)
TENDERS.
Estate of MAXIMILLIAN MICHAUD,
Deceased.
rpENDERS POR THE PURCHASE
1 of the undermentioned lamN be-
loi.ging to tho estate uf the Into Max-
imilliaii Midland will bo received by the
undersigned up to noon of the lst day of
December, 1883;
City or New Westminster. —Lot 8,
block 17. There is erected thereon a
new house of 7 rooms, hard finished,
with all tho latest improvements, garden,
■etc.
Town or Hastinas,—Lots 2, 3 and 4
(except a small piece of lot 2 Bold to W,
R. Lewis). Upon Hits lot is erected tho
Hastings Hotel, together with other
buildings, now drawing with furniture,
(which may be taken at a valuation) a
rental of $75 per month; lease has 2 years
yet to mn.   AIbo lots fi, 0, 7, 18 and 33.
Tows of Gkasvillk.—Lot 1, block 2;
lot 16, blockG; lot 10, block 1. On lot
1, block 2, is erected the Dcighton
House, and all neceosary out-buildings
for afirst'class hotel; now drawing with
furniture, (which may be taken nt a valuation) a rental of 070 per month; lease
has 4 years yet to run.
New Westminster District.—Lot
306, group 2, 2fiS acres; Lot 304, group
2,118 acres; Lot 30, group 2, 200 acres.
These lots are situate near Langley, and
adjoin each other, making together a
ranch of 576acrcs: There aro about 200
acres cleared and under cultivation; a
food house, stablo, barn, orchard, etc,
'he land is the finest in British Columbia.
Parties tendering are requested to
state highest cash tender, and also
tender one-third down, balance on time
secured.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders may he addressed to
MRS. CELAINE MICHAUD,
Caro of      CORBOULD k McCOLL,
Her solicitors.
(otjftlml)
OPPOtlffK PIONEER WHARF,
FROJiT STREET,
HEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMPOSTEK kSU SULU Dl
Dr) Goods, Clothlm*..
Hals and Millinery,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Boots and shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confertlonery.
Stock large Did well selected. AU
Goods first-class, and will be sold at
very low prices for cash.
mill- M. ECKSTEIN.
CALL AND   SEE.
 IF YOU WANT	
QhotginiB, Biflea, Revolvers, go to
LJave a day's sport by calling at
iAIIicn yon want Powder ft Shot, go to
Eye, Spectacle, Opera and Field Glasses that yon can see through, at
Briar, Mecreshaum and Fancy Pipes,
go to ...   -_—_,
Brass, Paper, Cartridges and reloading
Tools, goto
ws
I  Cards, Dice, Cheques, and Billiard
Accoutrements, get at
Qclsasors, Pocket Knives Rasors, at
Samples of   Cigars,   Cigarrettea tad
Tobacco; use . m
Tobacco Poaches, Purses ud Hatch
Safes, at
Oils for Machines, Needles and Attachments are at     __ —- —
Rods, Fiah Hooks, Flies and Lines an
to be had at
Elsewhere what you cannot get, yos
will find at
DTKIIBVa
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. O,
(mtftftr) -"***""
—-r————^_milU-
©nr §torfi.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
"But, Misa Vivian, how is it that
Mrs. Egerton did not inform me of
your intended visit this evoning. She
surely did not know of it."
"No, she did not. I told Mr. Egerton that I should not come, but on
second thoughts I altered my mind,
which I do not regret; but now, will
you satisfy my curiosity, and tell mo
who every ono is? First, I want to
know who are those two good-looking
young men talking to that pretty little
widow; the fair one ia singularly handsome, but I prefer the countenance of
the other, it is so earnest and good."
Then, and not without a certain
proud beating at my heart, I told my
new friend thoy wero iny brothers.
She was too highly bred to betray tho
slightest embarrassment at my answer,
but only said:
"You have reason to bo both happy
and proud."
"I shall be doubly so if you will
allow mo to introduce them," und I
beckoned to Dudley, whom I had
already noticed casting curious glances
into our corner from timo to timo, ns
if he wore only waiting a signal from
me to join us gladly.
Miss Vivian rose nt his quiek approach, with smile und outstretched
hand.
"1 cannot allow you to greet rne as
a stranger, Mr. Mortimer — I nm
Marion Vivian."
"Of the Priory?" he answered, holding her hnnd, in bright surprise. "I
am, indeed, happy to bo one of the
first to welcomo you home again."
She colored slightly as she reseated
herself.
"Yes, wo have boon long away, but,
as I havo explained to your sister, I
have only come for a few days, to investigate repairs; the Priory is in a
sadly ruined stato."
"You nro right, it must have beon
very hard for you to have soon the old
house looking so wretched. We are
- your noxt neighbors, Mias Vivian
remember you cau command us in
any way."
"You nro very good," she answered
gratefully. "Yours is the first oiler
of help that I shall accopt in enso of
necessity."
"Whom have you left to look aftor
the work?"
"My bailiff, Mr, Burrowes, of Abbey Farm, and in .Tune I shall scud
Dominique tu take possession. Eleanor," she continued, turning to me,
has decided that nil our furniture is
to he scut from Paris; I think sho is
right in buying new; ours is too antique
for use,"
"Not for iho library and wainscoted
dining-room, Miss Vivian."
"I am glad you say so," she replied,
woll pleased; "because your opinion
just coincides with mine, I propose
to lit up the antique roti»is with our
oak furniture; but our drawing-room
and Eleanor's t-tudio nnd boudoir
shall be modernized to her heart's
content."
It was pleasant to soe how unreservedly she conversed with us, and
to notice with what quiet respect and
admiration Dudloy stood looking down
into hor beautiful.'face, which lifted
itself up to his, as if reliant on his
appreciative sympathy.
It was always a pleasure to me to
watch Dudley with girls; he neither
criticised nor flattered, but would insist on meeting them on equal terms,
and talking to them as if they were
sensible creatures. I should think
the vainest and most empty-headed
among them must have felt tho tone
of her mind raised after n conversation
with him; ho wns so tolerant and
gentle, so patient with tlieir foimnine
weaknoases, so ready to aid with Iub
masculine strength, that thoy could
not help respecting and liking him
with an honest, wholesome liking.
But the vainest of them never catered
for a compliment, nor the boldest
dared to coquette, for they were sure
to bo repelled by n stern, cold rebuke,
either in look or word. And this
was perhaps the reason why he was
not such a general favorite as Bruce.
I think Miss Vivian understood at
once by instinct whit manner ot man
he was. I am suro that while Dudley was admiring her as- a highly-bred,
graceful woman, that she on her side
comprehended that the "good, earnest countenance" . was but the index
to tht heart within. Something in her
manner told me this more thnn in
words, for she was not one to accost a
stranger freely, or to unbend a certain tofty reserve that stood her in
the place of pride; yot she had received us both with a familiar gra-
ciouiness, that was as flattering as it
waa unexpected.
Bruce summoning me at this minute, I waa obliged to resume my general duties as hostess; but on my return to the corner in half an hour, I
found Dudley still talking, and Miss
Vivian retaining my place for me.
"There," sho said, as I seated myself again at her aide, and Dudley
came and leant ovor my chair, "wo
are comfortable again; but I really
muat apologize, I had no idea I wna
detaining my hostess so long."
"Nell makes a good one," said Dudley, smoothing my hair,—he never
would behave stiffly and liko uther
young men in company; "aro tho
good folks amusing themselves well?
"Yes, but poor Herbert Diane lias
been iu hot water again."
"You don't say so?" laughed Dudley. Misa Vivian called for an explanation, and when I had given it,
remarked—
"A friend of ours, Mr. Delorme,
always said he pitied young curates of
all man."
"Mr. Dalormel Not Herwald Do-
lorme uf Hurst Hall?"
•'The mmft," she replied, turning
her eyes full on him; "why, how surprised you look: is it very astonishing
that we should both kuow the same
person ¥'
' "It is to me, I confess, I should
have thought our paths, and the poople
who crossed them, woro as diverse as
the poles; but now 1 will not ask you
what you think of liim, for to know
Herwuld Delorme and to like him are
but one and synonymous terms."
"Is ho not good?" sho answered,
with Bparklingfncc; "Is be nut different to any one yuu ever met, or heard
of, or read of in books? Do yuu kimw
my mime for him / he it* my ideal Sir
Oalnhad, tho imrfist iti.d best knight of
the Humid Table; or a Bayard, peer-
ltas chevalier, 'sans pour at sans ro-
prochi.'"
"These are finer names than our old
one of Quixote, Nell,"
"Oh, did you call him that?" she
laughed.   "I liko Sir Galahad best—
'"Whose strength is as the strength of
ten,
Because hfs heart is pure;'
but I muat own to you that I did not
■ form inch * fair opinion of him at firit,
nttottoMBtflvr."
Where did you meet!"
At Rome;  his  father Was alive
then.   We met first in the salons of
the Due de F . t Gmevra de Festa
was to sing tliat night, and there was
a groat reunion in hor honor; she was
a star just rising above the horizon,
and none of the learned savants who
crowded round her and praised the
trembling artiste, imagined it was bo
soon to aat,
"The ovening was drawing to a close,
whon I noticed a young Englishman,
with a fair boyish face aud a peculiarly
high carriage of the head, cross the
salon nnd address Ginevra in tolerably
pure Italian."
"Well, Miss Vivian, what aro you
smiling at?" and Dudley smiled too,
ns Bhe paused.
"Because I havo hardly the courage- to toll you, who are so truly his
friend, what was my first impression
of him."
"Nay, I will grant you full absolution for whatever you may havo
thought, for tbe knightly name you
have conferred on him."
"Well, then, I own I turned to my
companion, a red-bearded giant'of a
Scotchman, and asked who that supercilious, conceited-looking youth was;
and upon Mr. Douglas laughingly proposing to introduce him, I replied
haughtily enough, that I was perfectly indifferent to the existence of
such Knglish puppies as those. 'You
wilt alter your opinion/ replied my
friend, 'after your first tate-a-tale, and
ns I could uot bear such a noble nature to be misconstrued, I shall bring
him to you in defiance of your command. '"
"Well, Miss Vivian?'
"Well, Mr. Mortimer, ho biuught
him, and before half-an-hour had
passed, I was obliged to own that I
had never before mot auy ono who
interested me half as much; nor did
I change my opinion in the frequent
occasions that I saw hiin during our
stay at Rome."
"And you re-christened hiin Sir
Galahad!"
"No, not then, not till long aftor
wards, when we met again under vory
different circumstances; but I am
wearying you."
"Far from it, you aro deeply interesting me; remember, tlio man of whom
yon speak ia to me as my own brother;
pray tell ns how and when you saw
him next."
"It was in a lonely Swiss inn, whero
our merry party were fain to rest and
refresh ourselves aftor a long uud fa-
tiguiii{*excursion among tho mountains.
Ho was in deep mourning thon for bis
father, which corresponded but too
well with bis harassed and worn face:
and the veriest slrangei* among us
could not fail to bo touched and subdued by tho spectacle uf that lonely
sorrow. For m>Eelf.I own my heart
bled with pity.- I remembered him
the gayest of our clique at Rome; 1
remembered his morry sayings nud
boyish spirits, and it was hard to see
him so changed, and yet hnvo no
power to comfort, I am happy to
recollect now that my poor words
appeared in some measure tu hnve influence with bim;. and partly, I believe, because he felt grateful for
them, ho consented to bear us company for a day or two, before lio
started for his tour through Egypt.
"As we were sitting at table that
evening, a talkative waiter informed
us that a compatriot uf ours, and, he
believed, uu Englishman, bud como to
the inn a week previously for a night's
lodging, bad suddenly sickened, and
was lying now at the point of death
in n stifling little garret nt the top of
the house, where the landlord was
keeping him out of charity, he being
evidently without money and friends;
at least, they could find nine, neither
name nor address. The rest of the
party looked horrified at tho dismal
story, all but one—and that was my
Sir Galahad, who only whispered to
me to know if I would go with him
to visit the sick Englishman. I consented willingly, and,wo at once begged our waiter to precede us to the
place whaie he waB lying.
- "It was in the roof of the houso,
a small, low-ceiled garret, stiffing
from the absence of anything like
ventilation. Tho little truckle-bed
appeared too short and narrow for
the strong, giant frame that was
stretched up-.n it, moviug its head
from side to side of his bard, uneasy
pillow, It was a fine face, and evidently a handsome une, though wasted
with sickness, with a bronzed benrd
and all unkempt and unshorn, reaching to his waist, and "
"Allan!" I exclaimed, suddenly, in
nnswer to Dudley's wakening smilo.
"Yes, that was the namo, but we
did nut learn it from himself, he was
too far gone for that, as ho lay hammering feebly on the bed clothes with
Ills brown; helpless hands, and muttering broken fragments of French,
German, and English, It was in vain
that we spoke to him or touched him
soothingly, he only moaned louder,
and moved his head faster on the pillow. After a few minutes we arranged
what to do; we had him moved to a
larger apartment, with a cool, quiet
aspect, and sent for the best medical
advice.
- "Tho noxt morning we were to rise
early, and nfter a hurried dejeuner,
to resume our mountainous routo;
and at tho appointed hour we were all
assembled, with the exception of Herwald Delorme.
" 'Milor had been up nil night with
the sick Englishman, our talkative
friend informed ut, 'and Milor was
trying repose himsolf n little at present;' and so we wore obliged to nwait
his arrival with what patience wo
might. At the end of the meal he
entered.
"'You will lose your breakfast, my
good fellow, if you don't make haste,'
Baid one oxcitable young tourist.
" 'My plaus nro altered,' ho replied coolly; 'you must leavo me to
enact tho old story of the Good Samaritan; I am bound to stay with this
poor fellow til! he is bettor.' "
"Ah, Quixote, how liko you!"
"We endeavored, nt least my friends
did, to shako his resolution, but he
wns firm, nud gnyly waved ub an ndicu
from the window. I say, gayly, for
hu looked mure like himself that morning, "
"And that was the last time yuu
saw him?"
"The last time I spoke to him, but
I had tho pleasure, n long time after,
uf seeing both him and Allan nt a distance; wo found out hia name was
Allan, ami that he had .been a soldier,
from a letter Mr. Dolorine diawivojed
hidden undt-r lijs pillow, And tl.e
"■iy I suw tliein miis thU:—
fft IfeCoi-tlaned.)
m.    m.
T D 1 DD
T. R, Pearson k Co. have just opened
out a very largo and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of England common prayer and hymn honks.
They aro the finest ever shown in tho
city.—Adv.
Do not dolay in getting relief for tho
littlo folks. Mother Graves'Worm Ex-
terminator ia a pleasant and tore core,
Mini I
COLUMBIA STREET,
Having just received 25 case*
of
3XTE-OT
GOODS
Per "G. W. ELDER,"  wc respectfully solicit the public
to give us a call.
KYLE
-ANI)-
Wholesale Grocers
LIQUOR DEALERS,
 AND	
Coznmissioi
FRONT STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
We have just opened a fine assortment of
FANCY & STAPLE
DRY GOODS
ULSTERS,
Jackets & Dolmans
HO-SIBST
 AND	
WOOLEN  GOODS!
^Suitable for Winter Wear),
Blankets, Quilts,
&c,     &c,     &c,
Fane? Hoods mul 'Crewel
Wools and Silks,
Done on the Premises.
CLOTHING
DEPARTMENT.
We have on hand a splendid
line of ready-made Clothing, and
having a good supply of Diagon-
als,Broadcloths, Beavers, Tweeds,
&c, wc are prepared to manufacture suits at the
LOWEST PRICE,
IN BEST STYLE,
AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
Gents'Furnishing Goods,
&c, &c, &c.
We also keep
Hardware,
Paints and Oils,
Wall Paper,
Lamps and
Lamp Glasses,
Doors and Windows.
SPECIAL NOTICE
We have just received a splen
did assortment of English
BREECH-LOADING SHOT
GUNS, from $30 up. Call and
tee then*. ere**
 Agents for 1 hs	
Liverpool ALondon&&loli8
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
—And tho -
mim m m mm
INSURANCE CO.
 ly____	
J. IE.
-IMPORTER,-
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
FRONT ST.". - NEW WESTMINSTER,
Offoia for sale
FLOUR!
IIARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDMNISS,
MMmMjm,.—--*
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL.
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS,  BACON,   LARD,  BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agsnt for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
su)-to.
J, CM
RANCHER'S OAK,
amtwhek, B. C.
GENERAL
-OF-
EVERT    DESCRIPTION.
Everything First Class
Direct Importation
LOODIHII
•WINE & 8PIBIT MEROHANT.&
L. UIIUVVI1
BEGS TO INFORM THIS RESID-
euts of New Westminster aud vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will auppl)
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Snlt Customers.
Also, in constant receipt) direct from
W. A* Gllby'i, London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COLUMBIA    STBHXT,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Public Highway.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
"VTOTICK IS HEREBY. GIVEN THAT
_\_\ tlie public highway established by
Gazette Notice, dated lst November,
1879, is hereby varied and altered as
follows, viz.;-—
Commencing at a point on the p out
road 3!j chains west of tliu creek which
flows into Frasor River through tho S.
W. i of Section 35, Township No. II;
thenco in a southeasterly direction) 7
chains, to the east bank of tho creek;
thence in a northeasterly direction, 3J
chains, to the present road, and having
a width of 33 feot.
WM, SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of L, k W.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, Octobor 11th, 1883.
out27-lm
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
-AND	
PRICES VERY LOW
COME AND SliE
J. C. HENDERSON
(MINI)
Tlie Government (if   HrifciBh Columbia
hns established an
MwrauMi
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
Aud all persons wishing to obtain authentic information about tho country
aro advised to apply, cither personally or
by letter, to tho A Lieut.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will bo
supplied freo of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Provinco, aro invited to placo themselves
in communication with tlie Agent, Particulars should liu furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
Tho Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Sijuare, Now Westminster, B. C.
"WM. BOSS,
jeEO tc] Immigration Agent.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
—ron--
WHITE  LABOR
Information, Employment
 AND	
HOMES for EMIGRANTS.
NOTIOE.
AFTER 20th OCTOBEB, 1883, NO
freight will be received or delivered
after 6 p. m. on New Wcatminater
Wlinvf.
THOMAS L. BRIGGS,
Agont New Westminster Wharf.
(oc20to)	
Notice to Shippers.
FROM DATE, AND UNTIL FUR-
ther notico, the steamer "Gipsy"
will make regular semi-monthly trips direct to Now Westminster, B. C, sailing
from New Tacoma on the lst aud 10th
of each month,
-•ol-l-tc. C. E/CLANCEY.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
HOST FASUIOXARLEIX THK CITY.
Opposite the Bonk, Columbia street,
New WestmiuBtor, B. C.      [my20-to.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  $129 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... ,f3 Ml to $4 CO t* day
Earth Foremen... 2 60 to  3 90    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 AO to   4 .10    "
Bridgo Carpenters,
lst clasa  3 HO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd clasa  .1 00 "
Mason. 2 60 to   ) BO     "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 60    "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class  S 50 "
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class   3 00 "
Blacksmith  Helpers  1 60 to   200     "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 26    "
Laborers  1 76 to 2 00    "
Hewers, lat class   3 60 "
Choppers, lat class 2 00 to 2 60     "
Scorers, lst class    2 60 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Cheat Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding House* will he convenient
along the Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ-
cea to board In the Company's Huuaea.
Wage, will be paid monthly, on-the
10th of each month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
Gknerat. Manager,
Office ok the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1683.
Fox G-lrls-
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lady Principal,    •   MISS DAWSON
Vice Principal, ■ MISS K. DAWSON
For terms for Boarders and Day nchol-
ars, apply to
O. B. WOODS,
jy7-te] Hon. Swwttrjr,
[L.S.j
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, l>y tlie Grace of God, of. the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland- Queen, Defender
of the Fnith, ke,, kc., ke.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
serve in tlie Legislative Assembly of
Our Province of Britisli Columbia,
and summoned and   called to a
meeting of the Legislature or
Parliament of Our snid Province, lit Onr city of Victoria
on Thursday, tho K-th day
of Nov. instant, to have
been commenced and
*, held, and every of
you-GitEETixa
,, ' A PROCLAMATION.
Aijtx. K. B. Davie, 1TTTHEREAS,
Attorney-General, J V\ the meeting
of the Legislature or Parlinmcntof the
Province of British Columbia, stands
called for Thursday, the Fifteenth day of
Nov. instant, at wliich time, at Our City
of Victoria, you woro held and constrained to appear.
Now know ye, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the case anil convenience of
Our loving subjects, Wc huyc thought
fit, by anil with the advice of Our Ex
ccntivo Council of tho Province of British Coiumbin, to relievo you, aiid each of
you; of your attendance at tho time
aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by
these present* enjoining you, and each of
you, that on Hiindny, lhe Third dny
of tho montli of December next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of Our said Province,, at Our
City of Victoria, For till'- Dispatch Of
Of Business, to treat, do, act, and conclude upon those things which in Our
Legislature of tho Province of Britisli
Columbia, by tlio Common Council of
Our said Province may, by tho favour of
God, be ordained.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   We  have
caused these Our Letters to be made
Patent, and the Great Seal of British
Columbia to bo hereunto utlixcd:    Witness,   the   Honourablo CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor of
Our said Provinco of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Third day of Nov., in the
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-throe, and in the
forty-seventh year of Our Reign.
By Command.   '
JOHN ROBSON,
no?-td] Provincial Secretary.
NOTICE]
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I- IN*
_L tend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase Twelve hundred and eighty acres (more or less) of
land described as follows:—
Beginning at a post marked A,, on tho
South bank of Eagle Rivor, about IS
miles up the valley from Shuswap Lake;
thenco up stream N. 50 °, E. two miles
(moie or less), to a post marked B.;
theuco S. 50 -**, E. ono mile; thenee S.
60°, W. two miles (more or less); thence
N. 50 °, W, ohe mile to point of commencement.
oc24m2 '    G. B. WRIGHT.
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEAUCHA-MF'S
R BEAUCHAMP, VATES STREET,   ,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every Bteamer, and is  '
prepared to sell at the following prices:
Poaches, per hox  .$1 75
Apples, per box 1 00
Pears, per box  1 00
Apricots, por box  1 75 j
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  1 25   .
Oranges 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Lemons, 35 @ 50 cents per doz  '
Acapulco Limes,.. ,25 @ 50 cents per doz
Green Corn, 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Tomatoes 12J conts per pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP,
jo27-to. Victoria.
IMPERIAL  7
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
• LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of sucli Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Bulges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries, *•
FR0H LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AMISTBONU.
Agent for Now Westminster.
NOTIOE.
PRIVATE  BILL.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xi application will bo made to Parliament at tho next BKBsionof tho Legislative Assembly of the Provinco of British
Columbia for an Act to incorporate certain persons into a company for the purpose of erecting nnd maintaining a telephone lino in the eity of Now Westminster and at Port Moody, and between
both places.
W. NORMAN BOLIS, .
Solicitor for applicants.
Dated at New Westminster this 20th
October, 18S3. oc31-6w.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I ititoud to make application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for nermissiou to purchase 1440
acres of grazing lands Bituatcd in Osoyoos Division of Yale District nnd described us follows:—
Commencing at a post marked I., at
the N. 13. corner of Section 14, Township 20, thence North 240 chains to post
marked II., thence East00 chains to post
marked HI,, thence South 2-10 chains to
po3t marked IV., thenco West to point
of commencement. <
R. S. HANNA.
Okanagan Mission,
Sept. 28, 1883. ocl7tc
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER QF
AND ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
bo happy to receive und execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos aud Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from tlie Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will re-
ceive prompt attention. jy28tc
New Goods
New Goods
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of tho corporation will be paid unless supplied by an order from the Mayor
or some member of tbo Council.
By Order.
JAMES ORR, C.M.C.
New-Westminster, July 17,1883. [18-tc
Change of Business.
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT
Quong Fook Chans, doing lmsmo s
on Front street, New Westminster, has
sold out his eutlro business to tho Wo
Ah Tu Company, and will shortly leave
for China. All claims against the said
Quong - Fook Chang must be presented
within one month from date, as the Wo
Ah Tu Co, will not be responsible for
thom. • WO AH TU CO.
Dated Oth Nov., 1883. nolO-lm
In acknowledged liy ■•minimi surgeons lo
lie (tm nuri'Kt nnd durst known, nud In-
Yi-lunMn "nlnvulMN.
NIMMONDH' KENTUCKY NABOB
BOURBON WHISKY has boon well
known for many year*, hcluguiifmrpfWKf.-il
for ll.i •••ti'i-Hi'iil i-miHly and (D'tlcatc flavor. Everybody who linn tried It-nay it Is
the best In tho world,
Eiutilllf-HMippllPd by the gallon, ciini* or
bottle. i
None'innilnrItiN'nhIlyHI--niilnrr Arret*
Ilie *r«rk»-"(l. hiiiiiiiiiiiiIn."
W Hold by A. H,aHAYACO,,Who!f-
snlo Depot, Victoria, and by all lending
liquor dealers. ociXHc
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
—wrsr o-ooxds,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on band.
Holbrook's stono building, Columbia
streot. myifrtc.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
der of tlie Montreal, (0. K.) Medical Inatl-
tutft, nml Into Proprietor of tlie BPINNEYVIM-l
INFIRMARY, wonld most renpectfully Inform
lil* pfttif-ntB nml tlie nlllictod generally, thtt fat
■till continues to treat clironlcnml nervoui dli*
enicswltll iui|i;indli-li--l success.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Jtsmonilier thnt procrastination tl tho tlilaf of
timo so
OOME AND BE HEALED.
It mutton not whnt your troubles muy be, como
nnd let tho Doctor eiumlue your caso. It will
cost you nv*lli!ng for cousulUtlon, lot-leaso call
an-lnMisO'yourselves whether the Doctor understands your cuss. If ho cun cure yon he will toll
you so- ff not, lie will toll you that, for he will
not undertake a case uiiteis ho is confident of ef.
fecttiiR n cur«a
l'Arttus at a distance wishing treatment, liy
voii'ling #2.-"- nud n minute description of tboir
troubled will receive In return a full coune ol
treatment securely packed so as not to eicito cu-
rlMlty.
Dlt. SPINNEY will piiiirtHitu to forfeit FIt*
Hiiiiilri-il Dollars for every cue of nny kind or
chiintcter which he undei't-.kcs and Dills to curt.
P. .*<.—For ilinctt-ie.-- uf short standing, n lull
cMirt-e of medicines, sn(lk-lent for a cure, with
nll in-itruniimiB, will he sent to nny nddressob
receipt of $10.
Call or Address
Dr. 8P1KNKT * CO.,
0 28-ly      Ne. 11 Kcuruey-st. ,Snn Faanclsco.Cal.
iii GREAT BIGLlililf
Isanerer-failin*}
Cure for- Nerv- .
ous Debility ,Ex- \
liuust.nl Vilulity
of a ny k i n tl,
Weakness, Paralysis, Prosta-
ttirrbof a.atid all
tlie terrible ef.
^—^^^^——, fcctaofjoiubful
tollies, and excises In inalurrr years.
DR. U1NTIE will flf-rct tb forl'.U
FIyc Hundred Dollar* for a case of
tliis kind tlie Vital Kcstoratho (under
bis spoclnl advice nnd trentment) will not
cure, nr for anytbirg impure or injurious
found Id it. DB. MINTIE treats all Diseases iiiccessfully without mercury.
Consultation free. Tbo rough examination and advice, $5*00. Pike or Vital
Restorative, $:voo a bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10-00; Bent to any
address upon receipt of price, or 0.0. D,,
secure from observation, and in private
name if desired, by A. E. MINTIE.
M.I).
Those who cannot visit DK. MINTIK
in San Francisco should send a full and
minute statement of their troubles with
$25-00, and in return a full course of
Medicine wilt be forwarded, securely
packed, ao as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. 0. D, must
bo accompanied with $1,00 (as a 'guarantee of pood faith), which will be deducted when the package is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.-Sent on
application by letter stating symptoms,
sex and age. Communications strictly
confidential, . jny31-ly
11 Kearney sired, Han Francisco, Cnl*
Dr. Allen's
PRIVATE  DISPENSARY,
SO) j Kearny St., San Fritnclico, Cnl.
TIIE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
DR. AM.KN, AS 18 WE1.T- KNOWN, Id A
ref-nlitr -*miltinli-it Pl-y-ilci:ui, vdurnted nt
n'in'.loni Colleitn nml I'liltr-Hlty or Mk-lil-'ii't. Hu
lla-iM iluvufcft ii Wi-lln-i- lo 11-u.ftiiiIy uf tlio titi-j-
iiiutit 'mil euro i.f liinMscB -vltliln IiIk k-jdcI'iU'*.
"SrOTTMTCV' M^lff
Ami MU>DW: AflKD MEN, wlionre BtifTerfdr from
tlio Fir-Tin of Vi'iitltfiil Iiiill'ci-itiiJiii or KxruKsc*
In Matiirorye«w,NKRTouBan<irimiOALDMltiTr,
ijm-TtMJif, 1'iwT JH*xn»i)*i, confUa-lon of Iiloai,
•lull eye-*, nvor*loii toi-ocloty, clcflpoiiilenoy, pirn-
l>lvi on (ho fiim, Ir» of eticrny runt mumory, fre-
I'm-nry uf urinntti]-*, ofc, Humeml-ur, tlint by »
c'-mliliii-ti'iii of n-nn-illcH <>f j-rcnt curuHvi- power,
llm Iiiictorhn-monrruii-'ettlil** tnmtmetit thnt It
Trill not only nITuril liiniiciltato relief but puriim-
iifiit cure,
MY HOSPITAL KXPKHIKNCIi-
(llnTluif liecn HiiTf-don In rlinrgt* of two leuillnR
li'i«|'ltuln' i-nnbles mo lo trrnt nil lirlfnte Iroiiblei
with f-xcwlleiit -TH'ilti*. 1 wiih it (ltitlnotly under*
Rtiiudtlnit 1 ilonot duliu to porfurni Imponlblll-
tid-i, or lo hn**u mlrnculoun or Mi'iurnatural iiowor,
I olaini only to bu n r-klllftil and incce-wful Vhyil.
dim and 8urgouti, thoroughly Informed in my
ipi-clalty—
DISHASEH OP HAN.
All np|-lyliiK to mu will retell**- my linneit
(ipinloii of tliolr complain!--— No experiment frig. I
will Riiarantbo n pndltlvit cure In overy cue 1 tin.
dtrtlUte, or forfeit $l,000. Oomultntton In olliee
or by letter run nud itrlctly private. Ohnraei
ren-Hiii 'bio. Thorini-ih exnuiliuitlon,- Inrludlii-*
cht-mlnil nml mleronruplrnl nunlyHla or urine, ami
uilvli:*-, t.'-.oo;   Onll or nddreis
DR.   ALLflKf
26<l Kearney-.hoot. Inn Franelico, Cal.   OfBu
hoars,»to ii dally, T to B mnlng.
HD  IICDIO 400 Geary street,
UU. LIlDIU, BanFranclsco.Cal
* /-IONTINUK9 TO TflKAT iuc-
•rittimitJIm-nryorNnii.
 -run.    DR.  LIBBIO'B
fl* ISVWOIIATOR UajiosI'lToand
fm, pennnnent  euro   for   Srminnl
_-> Weakness, Nervous and Phyikal
f- Debility, Lout   Manhood, Vital
(O SxtiaiiHtlon, and all tlio terrible
f Ul result n of i-buned nature, eXMM>
■ --• oi anil   youthful folller*.    The
" Doctor will mire* In writing tt
forfeit • 1,000 for acme that
, lie umlurlukcK nud fhlti to cun.
■ Tlio ronton Itioueandi can nol
4pt cured of Seminal Wcakneii
Jund tlie above dlieaici 1* owing
1 to a complication called Proita-
t-irrhen, whieh reantroo a ipwlal
F remedy, DR. UKBIO'S IN-
Q VKIORATOR, No. 3, ll a Spa-
__, clflo Curo for Pro-itatorrhea.
_Z Prico of either Iiivlf-oratar, $2
Q per buttle, or 0 battle* $10, gent
***p to nuy adiln-M ifouroly covered
I|Z froniolwervatlon. BomlnnlWeak*
Z tie*-*- and Proatntorrkea drain vl-
rf talitj* from the body and cauaa
Sniinieroua dlBinaei that Imfll*
nnllnnry medical treatment. If
allowed to continue,Iho unnatural loa*. nflecii tlio vital organ*,
which ciuiHOft (teilroylng dlieatet,
Conmiuiptloii, I'lnl-rt--**, Brlght'i Dinna*, Jaundice, Itmnuity,etc. Kxcomc*, Non-tin*, AbUR*. Inherited WenkneKH, Mnlnutrition, Spinal and Cola-
briil CompUInt* brintt on tlio nbovo futnl dl>eaBei.
Debility and geuihi'il We-akiu'ill otietruct tb* tm-
pnrtniit and nwePwuy neln ol lire and their enjoy-
tut-iilr*. Cures (lu mini tee. Diaensei of th* Ooni-
to-Urinnry Drgnna, Kidney, Mver and Bladder a
ipcclnlty, The mntiy complaints and disease* of
wniiii-n ft-iccdlly cured) connultHtlon at office or by
letter, fiea nnd coi-flitciitinl. Respunilbl* parties
can arrange pn,vm<-titft In the same manner ns tbey
would employ thoir fumily phynli-lni-, Strict**!
secrecy mnlDtiilnod.
ONE   MOTTLE   FltBE.
Regulnr Silo Hut tie of either Invigorator Sent
Free to show tho wonderful  iirorn-rlies of th*
(Ireateat Invlgomtor Known to Mwern Sdsntlit*.
State ftymtitoiiift, ngo, if married, le.
Cnll or nridrm DR. IJKUIO k CO., No. 400
Henry Street, corner Minion, San Franelico, Cal.
Private ontinnce, 4(15 Mason Street.
QuAurir.1) inn IlrsronsmLi.— DR. I.IHDin *
CO. Orgniilxcd In compliance with California la*.
Diploma procured by regulur college education,
17 year* special practice, nud duly licensed Intt-
curdance with California Medical Law.       d*2
Man Wanted.
ONR WHO OAN TAKK CHARGB
of ami run a Huntington Shingle
Shingle Maohine.    Steady employment -
aii4 good wages to a first-claar nun.   No •
other need apply.
R. STEVENSON,
jy7*tc) CklHiwh-rfk,

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