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 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY,
JFirat  Prize  Kurt* & Oo.
Tandem Exeoutora Brown Estate
B. O. A. A £E?"Je
Choral Union Jno. S. Clute
Appointment! (2) .Prov. Sec.
-Notice K- S. Harms
Port Hammond-. J. P. Dawea & Oo.
Port Hammond  ■ .Jno. Irving
^itu gtritish €olttmbmn.
Wedaaesdny MomUas. Ocl. II. lata.
The Chain-Bang.
Pasrsrona who have observed the
operations of the choin-gang ou
ICarket Square must have been
struck with the want of system
which prevailed. The marked progress made daring the first few days
on the square led many people to
expect that the work would be
completed in less than half tbe
time that has. actually been taken.
Tbe cause of this unsystematic
work, and consequent delay, we are
informed, has been tho changing
opinions of those members of the
city council under whese direction
the work was done. When part
of the square had beeu completed
they concluded tbat tbe gi-ado was
wrong. - The finished part had to
be dug up and' the whole plan altered. The chain-gang made the
alteration and proceeded to complete
the work on the new plan ; but it
-was discovered that this, too, must
bu changed. Tho result is that a
considerable part of the square has
been graded three times, upon" three
different plans, and what should
have been fully completed weeks
ago is atill unfinished. . Part of the
ravine remains to be filled up, and
in front of the agricultural ball
there is considerable earth yet to be
removed. We believe, however,
that the chain-gang will not be put
on the square again, and the council will have to finish up the work.
This should be done before spring,
so that the square can be seeded
-with grass for next summer. Part
of the gang have been employed
for some days clearing the brush off
St. George's Square, which they
will presently proceed to stump and
grade. Now, we hope there will
not be a repetition on St. George's
Square of the blunders committed
at the market. As' soon as the
brush and trees have been removed,
at competent engineer should be
employed by the council to take
proper levels and prepare a working
plan. Ijet the overseer of the chaingang take this plan and work it out,
and let no one interfere with him.
Tt is very important that the square
ahould be leveled without unnecessary delay. Wet weather will soon
oome upon us, when outdoor work
» cannot be carried on to advantage.
There is a great deal of work to.be
done in a short time, if the square
is to be made available for any useful purpose whatever next season.
Xt must be seeded down, fenced, and
planted with trees after the chaingang have completed their part. The
services ef the chain-gang are given
to the city without charge. We
have no claim upon them, and if the
privilege is abused it may be taken
from us altogether.
Some Reflections.
The agricultural exhibition which
closed   at this city last Friday afternoon has  demonstrated that British
Columbia   has   magnificent   agricultural resources.     Compared with the
vast   extent   of our   territories, our
agricultural lands are limited.    But
there   is, after  all, land  enough in
* this province to support a population
ef millions of people; and its richness and  productiveness will not be
questioned by any person who viewed
the   magnificent  samples shown at
the   provincial exhibition.     As an
industrial    exhibition,   however, it
was not by any means what it should
be.       British* Columbia   is   by  no
means   dependent upon her agricultural resources.    Onr mines of gold,
and   silver, and   lead, and iron are
the   source   of very   great  wealth;
our fisheries are Urge and practically
exhaustless; our coal bed are almost
without price; our timber is known
and   sought  for  over all the world.
"Very   little  of these resources were
visible   at   the  exhibition.     There
were    some    exhibits    of    canned
salmon, and   somo of manufactured
wood, which   did the greatest credit
to   tho   establishments   from which
they   came; but not enough to give
one a proper idea ot what resources
lie   in the province.    There was no
ooal, and   no silver, or iron, or lead.
Some magnificent gold nuggets were
ahown, but   they   were  too few in
number   to  attract  muoh attention.
AA   our  future exhibitions it weuld
be   well   if we manage to gather together a   more   varied collection of
tbe    various   minerals, as   well   aa
aome   specimens showing the magnitude of our forest wealth.    It would
add to the attractions of the ground,
for   example, if there were erected
in  front  of the  hall a flag pole of
native pine SOO or SBO feet in height;
or   U  mum Motions of onr giant
cedars or firs could be set up at
suitable places There ahould also
be coals from the island and the
mainland mines, with printed slips
giving information respecting the
localities where these minerals were
found, and the extent of them.
Sueh things as these weuld become
a permanent attraction, and would
possess quite ns much interest for
visitors ss the agricultural products.
There are many thinga connected
with the management of the exhibition which require amendment
In hia opening address Hon. Mr.
Smithe referred to some of them.
It ia undoubtedly a great mistake to
charge an entrance fee of 50 cts.
for every article shown. The tendency of suoh an arrangement ia to
restrict materially the number of
exhibits and thus curtail the usefulness of the show. We believe one
-entrance fee of 50 cts should entitle a person to ahow as many articles aa he chooses. The admission
fee of 50 cts. was also a cause of
considerable complaint. For one
person tho tax might not seem
much, but wlwre a family of six or
ten persona wished to bob the ahow,
the tax waa oppressive. If the ad-J
mission were reduced to 25 cts. it is
quite probable the receipts at the
gate would not suffer. perceptibly.
We are of opinion thut three days
ia too long for an exhibition in this
province. Iu older countries tliey
are kept open for as long aa six
days; but there there would be 100
articles shown wliere we have 10.
A person could examine very care
fully everything sliown at our exhibition in three hours, and it seems
ridiculous to spread the pleasure
over three days. There seemed to
be some confusion in classification,
and in aome cases the judges did not
appear to have a just conception of
what their duties were. Of course
there have been many complaints
about partiality in awarding prizes;
but such complaints invariably follow all exhibitions. Some of them
may not bo without cause, and some
may. Experience is the best teacher, and we hope the experience
gained at the late exhibition will
not have been in vain.
CHORAL UNION.
MEMBERS OF THE CHORAL
Union are requested to meet (or
practice at the Skating Rink on Monday
Evening next.
JNO. S. CLUTE.
New West., Oct 16,1883. ocl7t2
TENDERS
FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE
duty-paid Stock, Fittings and
Goodwill of the Business of the lata E.
Brown will be received by W. C. Ward,
Esq., Viotoria, on the 24th of' October,
1883.
W. C. WARD, -
J. S. K. DeKNEVETT,
Executors of E. Brown deceased.
         (ocl7t2)
Fort Hammond Junction I
A IX KEfiUlAR PAB8ENGEB WOUM-
en or Ike i'. P. N. Company gofer to or
beyona thlft Town-He will call there fer
Fan-tengen or Freight. Wbarf accoMmo-
ilallon will be completed before the fad
of Ihe year.
ocme .JNO. HmHO, *»•?'*
Fort Hammond Junction
WO AUCTION BALE or lots In thii
Towaihlp will lake place before May,
1884. Darius the Interim pen-on*, detlr*
onu of making parcbaiei tern obtain all
Information either or Mr. Edward Mo-
haa, al Ihe TowniHe, or or
4. P. MVIE8 « CO.,
ocl7tc Aaetloneen*
is-o'ria.E.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Xl I Intend to make application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for nermisaion to purchase 1440
acres of grazing landa ettuated in Oeo-
yoos Division of Yale Diatrict and da.
scribed ai follows:—
Commencing at a post marked I., at
the N. E. corner of Section 14, Township 26, thenee North 240 chains to post
marked II., thence East's) chains to post
marked III., thence South 240 chains to
post marked IV., thenoo Weat to point
of commencement
B. S. BANNA.
Okanagan Mission,
Sepf. 28, 1883. ocl7to
Pnov.KciAL Sicbetasy's Omci,
. 8th October, 1883.
HIS HONOUR' the Lieutenant-Governor hae bean pleased to place
the following gentlemen on the Commission of tho Peaco:—
Washington GnncHBB, of Pender Island, and Finlay Mobchhon, of Galia-
no Island, Esquires, for tho Eloetoral
Distriot of Cowichan.
William Maohih, of Comox, Esquire,
for the Electoral District of-Comox.
Waltib LAHourr, of the Baaqne
Ranch, Esquire, for the Electoral District of Yale. ool7tl
PROVINCIAL Sacr.BTAKY'8 Onicr,
8th October, 1881.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor haa been pleased to appoint
tha following gentlemen to form Courts
of Revision and Appeal, under the "Assessment  Aot,   1876," and amending
Acts:—
GonnoN E. Corbodld, Esquire, for
District of New Westminster, vice W. N.
Bole, Esquire. ■
John Cairns, Esquire, J, P., foi' the
Polling Division of Salt Spring island,
in the Electoral Distriot ef Cowichan.
.     (,o»17tl)
ALL   PARTIES    HAVING    Accounts against the above Aaaoci-
atlon will pleaso present them to the
undersigned on or beforo Saturday the
20th inst.
ool7t2 A. PEELB, Seo.
B. C. A. A.
1888.
FIRST PRIZE!
KURTZ&CO
-FOR—
CIGARS
[Signed]
A. PEELE, Sec.
(ocl7to|
Dominion Sawmill Oomgany
(LIMITED).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Company will not be liable for
any goods furnished, work dour, or services rendered, unless  upon nu order
signed by one of tbe Company's officers.
J. B. HENDERSON,
Manager.
Ifew West., 8th Oot., 1883.     oelOml
NOTICE.
Estati of tha lato Mm Mar.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned until 5 p. m. of
the 31st day of October instant, for the
purchase of the undermentioned Real
Estate, situate In the Distriot of New
Westminster, as follows:
ALLERDALE FARM
(Delta Municipality),
Lot No. SO, Group 2, contain 234
acrea, more or less; 120 acres well dyked
and under cultivation. Excellent Farm
House, Barn and numerous other im*
provements.
Fart of LOT 10, BLOOK {NORTH,
RANGE 7 WEST (Richmond Municipality), containing 42' acres..
tar TITLES G00D.1U
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
DAVIE * POOLEY,
Solicitor!,
ocl3W Langley St., Victoria.
1st
RANCHER'S OAK,
Miwtek, B. C.
GENERAL
-OF-
Everything First Class
-AND-
PRICES VERY LOW
COME AND Sr.E
J.C.HENDER80N
(ooUto-
NORTH (AMERICAN
LIFE ASSDBANCE
HEAD OFFICE,    •    T0I0XT0 ST.,
TORONTO.
Incorporated liy S|x'cuil Act of the
Dominion Parliament.
Authorized Capital and.other Aaacts:
OVER    ONE     MILLION I
$1,000,000.
FULL   GOVERNMENT    DEPOSIT.
DIRECTORS—GUARANTOIIS:
Hon. Alex. Mackenzie, M. P.,
Ex-Prime Minister of Canada, President.
Hon. Oliver Mowatt, M.P.P.,
Premier of Ont.
Hon. D. A. Maodonaui,
Ex-Licut.-Qov'r of  Ontario,. 'Montreal, Director.
Hon. Alex. Morbis, M.P.P.,
Kx-Lleutr-Qov'r of Manitoba, Vice-
Proaident,
Hon. L. H. Davies, 0,0.,
Late Premier of P. E. Island.
Six R. J. Caetwwoht, M.P.
Ex-Finance Mlniater  of   Canada,
Kingston.
Sib Albert J. Smith,
Dorchester, N. B.
Hon. Edward Blake, M.P.,
Ex- Minister of Justice of Canada,
Toronto. .
Hon. Isaac Burpee, M.P.,
St. John, N. B.
Hon. Geo. W. Allan, Senator,
Prealdent Weatern Canada Loan-and
Savings Society, Director.
Hon. A. G. Jones,
Chairman Provincial Board, Halifax,
N.S.
Hox, G. McMicken, M.P.P.
Winnipeg, Manitoba.
A. W. Ross, M.P.P.
Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Hon. R. Thikbaubeav, Senator,
Montreal, Director.
John Macdonald, Esq.,
Wholesale Merchant, Toronto.
Andrew Robertson, Esq.,
President Board of Montreal Harbor
Treat, Prea't Royal Canadian Ins.
: Co. Director.
Geo. A. Kirkpatrick,Esq.,Q.C)M.P.P
Kingston..
Bxnjn. Oronyn, Esq.,
Ch'n London Board, Barrister, Lon
don.  '
W. R. Meredith, Esq., Q.O., M.P.P.
London, Director.
Col. Robt. Lewis, London.
Josiah Blackburn, Esq.,
(Editor Free Press) London, Director
D. Reoan, Merchant, London,
Hvoh McLennan, Esq.,
President Montreal Transportation
Co.
John Moribon, Esq., Govoroor,
British America Fire Ins. Co., Director.
Hugh Mackay, Esq.,
(Of Meaara. Mackay Bros., Wholesale Merchants), Montreal.
John L. Blaikie, Esq.,
Pres. Canada  Landed Credit Co.,
Vice-Prcs.
William Alexander, Esq.,
Pres. National Investment Co. of
Canada.
A. H. Campbell, Esq.,
Pres. Brit. Can. Loan k Invest, Co,,
Director.
B. Morton, Esq.,
Man. Real Estate Loan i Deb. Co.,
Director.
E. A. Meredith, Esq., L.L.D.,
Ex Dep. Minn., Interior, Koaedale,
Director.
Gio. Paxton Youno, M. A.,
Prof. University College, Toronto.
Dr. E. P. Lachapelle,
Prof, in Laval University, Mont-Tal.
A. Gonn, Esq., M.P.,
Merchant, Kingston, Director.
James Peterson, Esq..
(Pateraon   Bros.,   Wholesale Merchants), Toronto, Director.
E. Gornev, Jr., Esq.,
Director Federal Bank of Canada,
Toronto, Director,
Wm. Gordon, Esq.,
Toronto, Director.
John Burns, Esq. ,
Director Brit. Can. Loan* Inv. Co.,
Toronto.
A. H. Smith, Esq.,
Wholesale Merchant, Director Ont.
Bank, Toronto.
Robert Jimit, Esq.,
Merchant, Toronto, Director,
H, H. Coox, Esq., M.P.P.
John Oarruthers, Esq., Kingston.
L. W. Smith, Esq., D.O.L.,
Pres. Build tt Loan Assoc., Direo-
. tor, Toronto.
B. B. Hughes, Est.,   -
(Messrs. Hughes Bros.), Wholesale
Merchant., Toronto, Dlreotor.
James Scott, Esq.,
Merchant, Director Dominion Bank,
Toronto, Director.
H. 8. Strathy, Esq.,
Cashier   Federal   Bank, Toronto,
Director.
D. McCrae, Esq.,
Manufacturer, Guelph, Director.
O. H. Starr, Esq.,
Pros. People's Bank, Halifax, N. 8.
John N. Lake, Esq.,
Broker, Toronto, Director.
W. E. Wellington, Esq,,
Fonthlll Nurseries.
Jas. Thornburn, Esq., M.D.,
Lecturer on Materia Medlcat There-
peatica, T.S.M., Medical Director
of the Company. *   •
J. X. Kerr, Esq., Q.O.,
(Messrs. Blake, Kerr, Leah * Caa-
.    sals), Toronto, Solicitor ot the
Company.
Wm. McCabe, Esq., L.L.B.,
Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries
of Gnat Britain and Inland,
Managing    Director   of   lbs
Company.
C. D. RAND,
General Agant for tht Mainland of.
British Columbia,
(oollral)
O. Gk
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka, Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and  Colored VELVE-.
TEENS, in .plain and brocade,
KID    GLOYES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
LACES,
Real Turchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  OOODS
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 assortment   Bracelets,   Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit
Also, a large stock-CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries § Provisions!
**-y*Goods delivered free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
Cor. Columbia* Mary Sis.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(oalMo)
DEW PILL
6001.
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
TAMEB
ELLARD
& CO.'S
FIRST    INSTALMENT
 OF-
LATEST
Styles & Fashions!
Specially selected by Mr. Harvey while in England.
-§y Particulars next issue.*"£j
I Read This
Wi m.
■we+i^^i^eumtevm
ONLY
$3.50
The Qresteat Offer ever
made to the Otuuvdlaa
Public,
In order to increase cor already Urge list of yearly
sabscrlbeia to Th» Wisely Globe, we male the
following liberal and magnificent offer to every
reader of this advertisement who willies to take
advantage of it at once.
JOB S3.SO
wewfliend to any address In Canada or tie 0. S.,
ton nowto end December, '8&d and In addition.
k___m_a vans, opw-mcid im
WHOM WAW4 a cut of watch appears at head
of this advertisement
We claim the following advantages lor It i i
Ituefcmmltntiiu; U unataiappurausi
«i*attmwttiitr,muiqutntl,riqnirtimktyi ti.\
"dvl-fHtf, andamdHm-iuptr. H
Thtsbove price Includes postage upon Watch to
anyado,aa in Canada or the United States,
™ttotl,oirtyhol&--ooduntUJaOTaryaoft,lW4.
We wUI itart atiipping watches on October ijth,
Ronlttancea should be sent at once, ao as to enable
us to procure lecessary supply and Ol orders with
ss bttle delay upouible.   Address,
THE GLOBE NIHTING CO.. limited,
 _ytwn.
TI»_Oi«jaatDollarPager
OVER 20 GASES
Seasonable English  and American
DRY GOODS
Perse, "MEXICO," and other late
ai rivals, consisting in part of
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
Winter Jackets,
DOLMANS,
ITLSTBES,1
ke., ke., Ac.
 AliSO—
Dress Goods
Of every description, all. new; end
seasonable.    I
Plaids,
Flannels,
Blankets,
Quilts
And every description of -
ffffllERfiOODS
MILLINERY
The latest, beat, ud moat fashionable.
GENTS' CLOTHING
A full assortment, cheap for cash.
 A toll lido of	
Groceries & Provisions
THE CHEAPEST AND BpST HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
JAME8WISE,
Frost St.,   ■   New Westhissteb.
(oclOnDI
CLOCKS
C.  M. McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARG
eat assortment of Clocks over held
ou the Mainland of British Columbia.
KlCfeCl Clock), at tAM (warranted),
Beth IkOBM'  Nickel Alarm at
13,25,
All kinds of Mantel nd OBco
Clocks.   .
Waltham Witches, coin silver oa
from $15 upwards.
A fine aaaortnunt of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs,
Silver Plate Wire Ud Optical
floods, '
Columbia SnuriT,
«n2 NewWestnUuttr, B,C.
n. s. cubits.
S. CLARKE, H. O.
DIREOT IMPORTERS
And wholesale and retail dealers in
ta&CMcals,
'■"'.',    Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Goods, etc,
Oils of Eyery Description.
Solo Agents for.
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotel,
NEWWESTMINSTER, B.C.
my9-to.
KI.ECKSTEII,
OPPOSITE PIONEER WHAttF,
FRONT STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
IHFOHTBn AHO DKALSR IN
Dr** floods, Clothing,
lints and Millinery,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Clwrs and Tobaccos,
Frail* and Confectionery.
Stock largo and well selected. All
Goods first-class, and will be sold at
very low prices for cash.
rahU II. ECKSTEIN.
m-OTIOB.-
QITTINGS OF THE SUPREME
P C0UKT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, ui FULL COURT, will le held
In the City of Viotoria, for the current
year, on Thursday, the First day of November, 1863, commencing at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
By Command,
T. ELWYN,
.Deputy Provincial Secretary.
Victoria, B. 0., 10th October; 1883.   [td
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
Naw Thbowib Ronri Brrwin- Foir-
uan Attn Nnw WsarmHiBnn.
rIE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co, will dispatch tha
steamer Glpay from New Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for New West-
mister direct about the lath ol each
month.
Through rate* bom Portland, .'flour
and feed, to per ton of 2,000 lba.i mar-
chandiae, t8 per ton of 2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic..
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffic,
Jy a-to] 0, E, CLANCY, Agin*,
\ liu fritiah Columbian.
OR11N.-AI BUck Cojoo, YJa olstrlrt, on lbs
. aotb iapi.KPIi.Tln t. On.li, of IliwM•■■-
K.w Brnuwkk.
PU8T.-At On ltoial Colamtlaa Hnplul la IU>
tltr, oa lb. Uth inst., fella H. Post, 1.1. of
St. Stephana, N.I., aa«) 38 jura,
Work on Columbia street is pro-
ceading.
The Coibmiman subscription list
continues to grow steadily and rapidly.
.The Ohorar Union will meat in the
Skating Rink next Monday evening.
The atr. Princess Louisa is being
overhauled at Viotoria, and. will receive
new boilers.,
Tho str. Yoseniito arrived from Viotoria yesterday afternoon with passengers and freight.
. The work of Biting up tha new
post-offico Internally will probably be
completed this week.
The str. Irving brought down 182
-head of cattle on Monday night, nnd
about 125 passengers.
Tha nights are becoming quite
chilly, ana there have been lately Indications uf a white frost.
The str. Gipsy arrived from Tacoma last Sunday'afternoon with freight,
and returned on Monday.
' Notwithstanding the number of
slranaers in the oity laat week, there
was very little drunkonnos or disorder
visible.
Ex-Vioo-President Schuyler Colfax
aud a distinguished party of Americans (laid a brief visit to Victoria on
Friday.
Tho steamship Viotoria is now due
-from San Francisco, and the steamship Sardonyx ahould sail from that
port hence on Saturday.
So much space in this issue haa been
taken up with mattera relating to the
provincial exhibition that several other
items have had to lie over.
The atr. Slope-haa made her.laet
through trip for the seaaon, and will be
laid up here for the winter. The str.
Rithet haa alao been laid up here.
In noticing the manufactures shown
at the exhibition wa ahould have mentioned tha harness from Mr. Hoar's
establishment in this eity, wliich carried off first prise.
Mr. Robt. Anderson, for many yeara
employed in the establiahmsnt of Jas.
Cunningham & Co., leaves this morning fer Tacoma. Mr. Anderson will be
missed by many aincere friends.
Arrangements hare been made for ■
musical and literary entertainment at
Ladnor'a Landing on Wednesday evening, the 31st inst. .The steamer Adelaide will go down from the eity in the
evening, returning after the concert.
Full particulars will be published shortly.
The sir. Adelaide has been chartered
to convey intending purchasers to the
auction ule at Allerdale farm (near
Ladner'a) to-day. She will- leave
Ewen & Co.'a wharf at 8 o'clock thia
morning, and return this ereuiug.
Persons wishing to attend the sale
wiU be carried free.
There haa been a flitting on Columbia atreet. Sheriff Morrison haa taken
the premises lately occupied as the
Washington Restaurant. Mr. 0. Lei-
eer is about to oeeupy temporarily the
premises vacated by the sheriff. He
will then pull down hia present shop
and erect a new one 9 atopies high.
Pnoarnomi IauuoEAirrs.—Mr. E,
Bum, of Minneapolis, who left for
home laat Saturday, invested in con-
aiderable property before leaving. He
secured lota in this eity, at Port
Moody and at Coal Harbor. He alao
purchased, through Messrs. Woods &
Turner, about 480 acres of wild land
lying hack of the Heatings town site,
for $6,000. Mr. Buce says there are
many people in Minnesota who will
probably oome to this province shortly.
The principal attraction ia the climate,
which contrasts moat favorably with
the severe winters of Minnesota. He
•upraise* the opinion that thia will be
a magnificent fruit country, but does
not think it will ever excel in grain.
Mr. Buce intends to return shortly,
and will probably take up a goad deal
more land.
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Tm Public Cemetery.—The publio cemetery on Douglas et. hu Ions;
. been in • disgraceful condition, and
aa mattera are now going it will very
soon become a public nuisance. Fer
•ome lime past there has been great
mortality among the Chinamen in thia
city. They art dying rapidly, and are
buried with whites and Indians indiscriminately in thia osmetery. The
cause of theee numerous deaths, we
are told, la the coldness df the water
and the owl nights. In China the
nights are warm, and ao is the water
usually drunk by the Chintee. Those
•ho nave lately arrived in thia country: do not leem able to survive the
«hange, unless they have robust con-
atltutions, which many of them have
not We are told that many of these
people an scarcely covered with earth,
tu oofflni being placed from three to
15 inches below the surface. Fart of
the fence eneloaing the osmetery wu
tarnsd down lut year, and hu never
been repaired. Cattle go In u they
phut, ind grew upon the graves. In
tome Instancu tho ooffina are exposed
to view where the cattle have been,
ud the decaying corpses an begin-
Big to pollute tb* air with poisonous
odors, Thia thing la a disgrace to
civilisation. There ahould be some
person nut In charge of the cemetery,
and a fee ahould be charged for all
burials, and the keener should see
tliat the grant are deep enough and
tuStoitntly filled to prevent suoh a
stated things u new exists. Then
seems to be a doubt u to who Is responsible for the cemetery—whether
the city or the government. That
doubt ahould be ut at rest, and the
phut nut undtr tht care of aome responsible person without delay.
A BemarlnMe Case.
For some daya a case hu been before
the magistratw court of this city, during tht progress of whioh some rather
peculiar Incidente were developed.
Tht one liad bun adjourned on two
tooulcns, and came up again Monday
Homing, Maun. Ftrrii tnd Pitten-
drigh, J.Ps., pntidlng. It wu a claim
hr wagu brought by the atewardof
the U.S. ahin Alice M.Minott against
tht captain, both being oitltens of the
United Statu. Hr. McColl appeared
lor the complainant and Mr. Bole for
the defence. It appears that the U ,S.
cental at Victoria had given conunt
ihat tht tut "should be tried fn a
Canadian court, but it was claimed for
the defence that tbe proceedings wero
not in accordance with the consent
given, and another document signed
by the consul wu put in last Saturday
withdrawing consent. The question
of jurisdiction wu argued on both
sides at great length. After Mr. Bole
had concluded his argument ha put in
the following telegram:
Victoria, 13th Oot, mi.
trates {hat any conacnt that the Unil
State, conaul moy hava givon to th...
dealing Into tho charges uiutto by ono
aoofiroy against tbo master of tho ablp
Alice M. Sflnott la withdrawn, and thai
tboy muat govern tbomaolvea accordingly,
DAVIE 4 POOLEY.
Mr. McColl remarked that it wu
difficult to understand what was meant
by this telegram. It could hardly be
intended aimply u notice of a fact, for
the document attempting to withdraw
the. consent had been given to the
bench on Saturday. If it was meant
u a legal opinion on the question before the court, auch a course wiuj certainly somewhat novel: and with all
deference to that firm he could not aee
how suoh an opinion, based on a onesided statement of the facts, could be
entitled to more weight than the opinion of his learned friend who wu
possessed of the facta on both sides.
He hoped tho fact of the attorney.
general being a member of. the firm
had nothing; to do with ita production,
and he wu sorry to leo what appeared
to him an attempt to intimidate the
court. };:,-
After a lengthy consultation the
magistrates announced that tlay were
unable fo agree upon tho quaation of
jurisdiction, and the cuso stands to allow an application to. the supreme
court,
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Maple Ridge Liquor Cases.
SOME fUMHYCWPOIMTSDISCUSSED.
Yesterday morning Mr, leano, of Unplc
nidge, wa* brought boforo tho luaglstrnles'
court In (Ala city onlhreedlfferentohurges
of selilfg liquor without alicense. The
court /aa composed of Mesna. W. J. Armstrong, W.D. Pe.i'iH and Geo. PKtend jh,
J, A. Mr. McColl appeared for Iho prose"
ration and Mr. Bole for tho defense. Be-
fore proceeding to hear the case Mr. Mc-
CoH made application to amend the Information in the flrst oaso by changing tbe
date of the offense, Aug. Itf.h.toJuly 19th,
notice of the application having been
served on tne defendant' Mr. Bole opposed tho application, and asked In any
case that costs should bo allowed. Mr.
AiniBt;-ong snid ho hod serious doubts as
to the Jurisdiction of tho coini. - Tho
offense liad been committed In a municipality .where there was material'for a
maststrates- court, and he did not think
majUt>ai«s outside that municipality
were competent lo sit. Ho thought the
question of Jurisdiction should be fln-tt
settled. Mr. Bole nupforicd Mr. Arm-
itio-ig-s contention. Tlie municipality of
Maple Ridge had posseda by-law, undor
BKiuorHy of the s^tt!ietregoli\t>ng the
liquor i.afflo, and this action must lie under -.ho by-law. The Issues Involved were
ve.y Betlous and tho court should well
consider boforo proceeding. It wiv* a mat-
tor 0/ grave doujtwheiher thocnsesho'uld
be tried outside the municipality whero
the offense bad been commuted,. Mr.
McColl replied that the magistrates Imd
hlihclo proceeded on the assumption
that If they had Jurisdiction In ihe place
where the offenso was committed, and
whon they sat. they were competent to
try the caie. The moalntrates had Jurisdiction anywhere In this district, and In
this district the oOense had beon committed. If tbe practice hitherto pursued wm
wvong ii Js of lmpoitanee that we should
know ft. He proceeded at length to sub-
taid the jUiUi'loyiou of Vie court. The act
does no-.saylhatama3lBtratemustsltln
the municipality where the offense waa
commuted, but merely that he shall have
Jurisdiction.
The court retired to consider tho point.
Resuming, Mr. Armslrontf said tboy hod
come to ihe conclusion that they had no
Jn, lsdlotlon. Mr, McColl said he must decline to receive the decision of tho court.
The consequence! wero too serious to permit such |i decision to pais. There wero a
largo number of witnesses-present nt groat
expense, aud a palpable injustice would
be done. As a lawyer ho hod no doubt
whatever en to the Jurisdiction, and he
saw no ground upon which tbey could
refuse to bear the ease. If the court were
honestly In doubt, he suggested a brief
adjournment In order lo obtain tho opinion of the altoiney-treneml on tht point,
If this were refused he would bo compelled to apply to the supreme court for a
mandamus. M ■. Bole again addressed the
court, opposing an adjournment. Mr.
McColl then asked If the dee-lion of the
corrt was unanimous. M". Armstrong replied that ho and Capt. Pittendrigli imd
ajroed, bat Mr, Ferris was of opinion that
t.ie court had Jurisdiction. Mr. McColl
said In that ease he would address himself to Hr. Ferris, The other two ma^s-
Irate.!, having decided that they had no
lu. -(miction, were no longer a cou.. Mr.
Fen Is bad decided that he bad Ju-is-
diction, and was, therefore, the oour.. Ho
would therefore apply to Mr, Fo.Tis for
an adjournment till 2 o'clock. Mr. Bole
contended that Mr, Ferris could not adjourn the case when a majority of tho
liench had decided tbat the court hod no
Jurisdiction. Ho aakod that tho caso be
llsmlsscd. Mr. Ferris gave the grounds
upon which he maintained the Jurisdiction of the court, and Intimated that he
would grant the adjournment. The other
two magistrates then consented, and the
court was adjourned.
At 2 o'clock the cot......—,. ,„....
Mr. McColl stated that a telejram had
t the court reassembled, and
tni-A    that    .   .*I„™,... ' S....I
been sent to the attorney-general, but no
reply had yet been received. Under the
circumstances he thought tbe caso bad
bolter be adjourned till next Tuesday, as
It could uot-be finished to-day aiid tho
witnesses were anxious to go home. If
the attorney-general's reply showed that
the, court had noi Jurisdiction, the foot
oould, be published In the newspapers,
and thewltnosses ncednotrotuin. Every
one road the papers, or should road them.
Hr. Bole assented, aud the case was adjourned till next Tuesday at 9 a. m.
After the oomthadadjout'nedadlspatoh
was. received from tUe attorney-general
stating that the court had Jurisdiction In
the case. It appears, therefore, that tlio
singular conduct of Mr. Armstrong has
simply resulted In adding unnecessary
delay and very heavy costs to the case. -
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Agile-Mural Dinner.
About 50 gentlemen attended the
agricultural dinner given at the Colonial Hotel last Frilay night. At 8:30
the chair was taken by Hr W.H.
Ladner, provident, Mr. Jas. Bums,
vice-president, occupying the vice-
chair. After partaking of an ncollent
dinner, the chairman proposed the
Queen, which waa responded te by
singing the National Anthem.
Puamim or thi,U. 8,-Mr. Jas.
Orr, M.P.P., proposed this tosst in a
very appropriate speech, He said
Britain and the United Slates were,
the first nations in the world, the leaden in civilisation and progress. He
hoped the time was not far distant
when British Columbia would be connected with the United fltatoe by a
railway. He waa sorry that tho caprice
of certain persons led them to oppose
this connecting line. *
Tri GovaMtoR-OasEBAi..—Proposed by the chairman, and responded to
hy Auld Lang Syne,
Tu Luut.-Qovmu-oii.—In proposing this toast Oapt P.ele said they bad
toasted tht hud of a glorious empire,
nf a glorious republic, of a glorious
dominion, and now he had the pleasure
of proposing a toast to the head of a
glorious province—vide Dufferin. In
our lieut.-gov. we had a true British
Columbian, one who had grown up
with the province, roughen it, and
olimbed with honor to the highest position in the land,
TBI PiovIireiAi, SaontTAnv.—Mr.
Or- aaid he had to propose a toait to
a gentleman who had, with muscle aud
brain, long been tiding in the develop,
mint of tht resources of British Columbia. For over 20 yean he had been
in the service of his province,-either
chopping down tho forest or advocating
our interests with tho most fluent pen
that was evor driven. He proposed
the health of "Honest John."
The hon. provincial secretary responded. He thanked Mr. Orr for the
very flattering words in which ho had
proposed the toast, and he thanked tho.
gentlemen present for the enthusiasm
with whioh it. had-been received. In
proposing the toast to "Honest John"
the proposer had done him tho greatest
honor. He waa proud of tho title'and
hoped he would always be worthy of
it. The early days of his sojourn in
this province, whon ' o -helped to hew
out the great dcuiniea of the country
with axe and spade, were among his
most pleasing memories. It afforded
him great pleasure to be present at
thia meeting. It waa a long time since
such an assembly had -gathered in this
city, tnd this might bo rogarded aa a
new era in the history of the mainland.
The agricultural buildings had been
substantially constructed, and wero intended to be permanent, and' to be
used for similar exhibitions in future.
While the exhibition just olosod could
not be surpassed in any country in the
quality of the products shown, yet it
waa scarcely up to what it ought to be
in quantity. It must be remembored,
however, tbat the diflicultioa in the
way of reaching this oily wero very
great and many people had no conception of them. When the roads had
been improved, and the faoilitiea for
intercommunication increased, these
difficulties would gradually disappear.
ItjWta the intention of tho government
to;nteot,ns far as possible, the wants of
tha fannera aiid give them, every encouragement and assistance, If 'the
farmers would put their own shoulder
to the wheel, they might rely upon the
government doing its part, and meeting them squarely. He would alwaya
he ready to givo hia time and influence
to any scheme for the welfare of the'
provinco. Ho muat say that tho people
of this district had shown good judgment in sending Mr. Orr to the legislature aa his colleague. With two representatives who had the knowledge
and experience of early pioneers the
interests of the district would lie safe.
Referring to the sectional jealousies
whioh sometimes cropped out, he expressed a hope that the'people would
rise' above theso purely sectional interests and consider tho welfare of the
province as a whole. When a railway
was proposed on tho island, without
taxing the mainland one cent,. no
reasonable person should object, and
the same spirit should be manifested
when it was proposed to construct
roads on the mainland. In the natural
order of even's the next exhibition
would be held at Victoria, and he
hoped the people of tha mainland
would do what they oould to make it a
success. The farmers should eudeavor
more fully to realize the dignity and
importance of the position they occupied. They held the moat honorable
position of any men in the country.
Thert should be more soientino farming, mare intelligent experiments with
different kinds of crops. The children
should- bo taught (fiat fanning was a
nnhU nalli,ep. anil w/ii41i« nf th.iV H—ti
noble oelliag, and worthy of thair'leiii' i'W* ~m art so wol* qualified to ill,
talents and ambition. He waa proud
of being minister of agriculture, and
he hoped all would unite to mako the
yeomanry of the country strong'and
powerful and push forward the development and progress of this fair province. He was sorry that the premier
oould nut he present. He had engaged
to attend an exhibition elsewhere on
Saturday and hia anxiety to catch the
steamer would not pikmit him to attend the meeting. His heart waa here,
however, as he was a farmer himsolf
and much interested in agriculture.
Presidsnt or thi Ao. Association.
—Thia toast was proposed by Mr.
Havens, and responded to by Mr. W.
H. Ladner. He aaid he had been Several timea elected president of agricultural societies, and if he had failed to
discharge the duties of his offict on
thia occasion it was not his fault. He
was alwaya glad to do whatever he
ceuld in aid of suoh institutions. iHe
had farmed in England, the United
States, and British Columbia, and had
never found any place where auch
facilities for successful farming existed
aa here; and these facilities were alwaya
Increasing. Farming now was not
muoh like what it was in hia young
daya. Tha invention of the various
farming implements had taken away
the drudgery and made it a comparatively easy task.
Thi Ornoiss.—Hon. Jno. Robson
proposed the "Officers of the Association," remarking that they had done
nobly,
Mr. Jas. Burns wu called upon to
respond, but asked to be excused.
Oapt. Peele aaid that as secretary
of the provinoial association ha
waa young, hut aa secretary to distriot
associations ho waa old. He described
tho diffionlties which had to be surmounted,'and made some suggestions
for future guidance. Hr. Orr said he
bad been appointed treasurer very
much to his astonishment, bnt he felt
highly honored by the compliment.
Aa far aa possible he had endeavored
to further the interests of the association." He waa a pioneer farmer and
had planted the first potato grown in
New Westminster district. In 1859 ho
took np tht first ranch in this district
and began the cultivation of a garden.
From that time to this he had taken
great interest in agriculture, and he
waa more and more oonvlncod that it
must be the mainstay of British Columbia and especially of New Westminster district, the garden of the.
province. What the people wanted
most waa roads and bridges, 80 far as
tha government were concerned he
must say thay had done everything in
their power to further the interests of
the farmers.   He believed we could
Ereduce better cereals, better vegeta-
Ies; thd better crops generally than
any other country in tht world.
. Mr. Jno, Kirkland alio briefly responded to the tosst and thanked tho
society for appointing him vice-president thii year.
Tab Laoiis. — In proposing this
toait Mr. Rich paid a high compliment
to the lady exhibitors at the recent exhibition. He said we had heard muoh
to-night about the progress of the
country, but there could be no real
iirogross without tho assistance of the
ladies. When a young man started
out in life his firat object was to get a
good wife.
Hr. 0. D. Rand v. ua called upon to
respond. He asked to be excused as
he was extremely bashful. Besides,
bis experience in this line had been
singularly disappointing, every one of
hia best girls having gone back on
him,
Hr. Orr then proposed "The Press,"
which was responded to by Mr. D.
Robson. During the evening a number of tongs were capitally rendered,
and tho proceedings terminated about
12 o'clock.
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For all troubles of the Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in another column, '
From Naniiluio.
Nanaimo, Oct. 12.—A mooting of
tho Wellington minors 011 strike was
held on the green to-day, when the
following resolutions wero passed:—- '
ItcBolved— "Thut llio proposition
subniittod to Mr. Dunsmuir to have a
committee of men go with the superintendent to fix the pricua on different
places be rescinded," .and in' lieu it
waa
Resolved—' 'That we ask tho colliery
proprietors 1 and managers to give ua a
pledge in writing that they will make
up the prices paid in bad places to the
averago of the other work,"
The white miners, engineers, mechanics, and all the white working-
men, are requested to meet the business men of Nanaimo at-the Somerset
House on Sunday afternoon to discuss the situation.
(By Telegraph to the Columbian.)
Nanaimo, Oct. 10.-A mooting was
held at Wellington on laat Sunday-
afternoon between tho white miners,
engineers, &o. and the businosB men
of Nanaimo to discuss tbe situation of
affairs when the following resolutions
were passed: Resolved, That a committee be appointed to draw up a declaration not to employ any Chinese
directly or indirectly.' The mechanic!
passed a resolution that they would
assist in preventing Chinese labor.
A petition is now being circulated for
obtaining the signatures of all parties
who are in favor of the above resolution. Yesterday morning about fifteen
of the outside hands quit work. Some
of them returned to work to-day, engineers declaring they would not lower
any Chinese into the mines. The report that the Chinese had all quit work
yesterday waa incorrect, only la few
having quit on account of some dispute
amongst themselves. Only a few white
mon are working in the mines to-day.
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From Clinton.
I   (Correspondence of the Columbian.)
Clinton, Oot. 2.—The following
address was presented to Mr. J. J.
Mackay on his leaving Clinton for Yale,
where he is engaged in the office of
the B. 0. Express Oo.: Mb. J. J.
Mackay,—Wo the undersigned residents of Clinton take this opportunity,
on tho eve of your departure from
amongst us, of assuring you of the
high appreciation in which you are
regarded by every member of this
community. During'your two years'
stay as postmaster and telegraphist,
your Btrict attention to the duties of
the offices you have so satisfactorily
filled, and tlie promptness with whieh
you have discharged those duties, commanded the respeot of all those who
hare been coming in daily contact
with you. In your private'capacity
your. agreeable disposition and af&ble
demeanor have endeared you to all
who had the pleasure of associating
with you in the social circle. Weeannot
but express our regret that the heads
of   the departments, the offices of
would allow, through penuriouancss or
unwise retrenchment, so competent
anct efficient an officer to leave the
service. We beg to assure you that
our good wishes follow you in the new
sphere you have adopted, and that a
prosperous career ana tho enjoyment
of good health may ever be your lot.
You will please accept this small token
of esteem which we present in behalf
of the residents of Clinton.—Jno.
MoOukly, F. Soues, E. Bfcu.
From Okanagan.
(Correjnoiidonco of the Columbian.)
Okanaoan, Oot: 4.—Land seekers
continue to arrive both at Spallumcheen and Okanagon in numbers very
pleasing j only one or two instances
are. known where an intending settler
has gone away dissatisfied. But one
short year ago no resident dreamed of
such an influx. Oome on, there ia
plenty of room for more. Mr. F.
Ortland recently sold his ranch of .160
acres., about 150 head of cattlo, &c,
for $4000, to a man from Sapperton;
the buyer, it is considered, made a
good bargain. A few .mora such
changes would have a wholesome
effect. The cultivation' of fruit iB
beginning to attract considerable •attention. Strawberries bear surprisingly and ripen about the 10th of
June. Currants and gooseberries yield
marvellously, in fact the clusters of
berries almost conceal the leaves and
wood. Peaches do well. Some early
verities of plums were ripe-in July.
Both apple trees and plum trees require supports to prevent the limbs
breaking with the great weight of
fruit. Fears also bear abundantly.
The grape has not been attempted,
but many believe there is nothing to
prevent its being gram successfully.
Connoisseurs who have visited our
valley pronounce the fruits equal in
quality and more productive than that'
of California. Besides fruit, we have
fish in their respective seasons;
Salmon-trout have been caught in our
lakes woighing upwards of 20 lbs.;
brook trout ore also plentiful. At
present the streams flowing into Okanagon Lake are teeming with a reddish
colored specimen, equal in size to the
herring and second in excellence to
the trout. Find some Bandy bed in
one of these streams, and dozens can
be seen besporting themselves; a stone
thrown into tho wator instead of
frightening them to a hiding place,
infuses more lifo aiid attracts them
where it sank. If tiie honey-making
machine were introduced (milk we
have in abundance) it would be easy to
imagine we lived east of the Mediterranean. A change of government
sometimes has a most beneficial effect
on a country's welfare, notably the re-
ascension to offlce of Sir John's in 78
and that of our present provincial administration. Hare it is almost as
muoh as man's life is worth to utter a
disparaging word against either of
these august bodies. The publio roads
whioh under the late regime were in a
most ruinous condition ore now looking healthy again. Mr. O'Keefe and
Mr, Qreenhow each buried his
youngest ohild at the mission cemetery, on the 25th inst.; they have tho
sympathy of the entire coinmuriity.
A shower laid the dust about two
weoks ago; since then weather has been
charming, The government reservo
at Belvedere (steamer landing on Spallumcheen river) has recently been laid
out in town lots. A portion of the ad-
' lining property belonging to Lnmbly
Iros. has also been laid out, theirs
being much the botter site; a few
choice lots have already changed hands,
Upon this townsite is bound to spring
up a oity of no mean importance and
that in tlie near future, as it will bo
the distributing point from the O.P.R.
for all tho country lying east of Kamloops to tho Gold range. Now is the
time for speculation, Communication
between it and Eaglo river by land is
also being opened up.
NEWS FROM ALL PART8 OF THE WORLD.
San Fjiancisco, Oct. 6.— The United
States revenue cutter Thomas Crowin
arrived to-day from Alaska, bringing
tlio Schiefflin exploring party; also the
news that the sohooner Leo, with
Lieutenant Bay and party, had arrived in Alaska from Point Harrow
on September 17th. Lieutenant'
Schwatka, who has been exploring on
the Yukon, joined the too at St.
Michael's on her way down. . They
were to leave Alaska for this port
September 24th, and are expected to
arrive in a few days. The captain of
the Leo reported the loss of tine whaling bark Cyane off Point Belcher,
with the crew and the greater part of
the cargo. The ice was unusually
heavy, and the whaling season poor.
Schiefflin met a prospector and miner,
who came down on the Corwin, and
who, with' a large party, had been
prospecting on the Yukon river and
other streams, He says that the
country does not suit him, although
he is satisfied that it contains plenty
of gold, yet it is too cold and inaccessible to mine profitably.
Ottawa, Oct. 9.—Tlie loss to the
Canadian. Pacific rolling stock by the
Mattawa accident will be over**?250,-
000. .
f London, Oct. 12.—Lord Lansdowne,
the new Governor-General of Canada,
arid'wife Bailed to-day for Canada. ■
Madbip, Oct, 13.—Sagasta is fully
satisfied with the laat dispatch from
the Spanish ambassador and; cordial
explanations tendered by .prime minister Ferry. The difficulty with Alfonso in this matter is therefore at an end.
Paris, Oct. 14.—Beport from Tonquin states that -the Black Flags are
mowing at Bacninti and a fight is expected when Frenoh reinforcements
arrive..
The Provincial Exhibition.
Cattle'.—Bull over 3 years old, 1st
Satidover, 2nd Pemberton; bull calf, 1st
JD Pemberton;1 cow In calf, 1st Wm
Balby, 2nd J D Pemberton'; bred cow or
heifer, Wm Balby; bull any age, Ladner;
bull 2 years old, J Kirkland; milch cow,
lst G Murray, 2nd A Innes; heifer 2
years old, lat J Kirkland, 2ndGMurray;
heifer 1 year old, J Kirkland; heifer 6
ninths old, 1st A Innes, 2nd H V Edmonds; herd, J Kirkland; bull calf, 1st
J Kirkland, 2nd A Innes.
Horses. — Stallion, 1st J B Pemberton, 2nd W M Campbell; stallion (car*
riatjc), 1st W Turgoose, 2nd D M Robin-
sou; 2-yr old filley, G Black; sucking
colt, J M Johnston; 2-yr old colt, In
J M Johnston, 2nd 3 M Johnston;
draught horses, J M Johnston; dray
horse, P Collins; mare, J M Johnston:
carriage horsei, 1st W Turgoose, 2nd
A 0 Fraser; buggy horse, 1st C G Ma*
ib; ]
jor, 2nd G Black; pulling team, 1st J
Wise, 2nd W B Townsend; best exhibit
of horses, J M Johnston; walking hone,
lst'G Black, 2nd Turgoose; saddle hone,
lst W Turgoose, 2nd B, SteveuBon.    •
^Sheep (short wool),—Rami year old,
1st A 0 Wells, 2nd J MoKee; 5 ewes,
J McKee; 5 lambs, Shoplondj (long wool)
ram 1 year old, Shopland.
Pigs.—Sow, J McKee; boar nnder 1
year, J MoKee.
Poultry.—Turkeys, Mn Wintemute;
geese, S Sandover; ducks, 1st J Fits-
simmonds, 2nd FitHimmonds; leghorns,
1st Br Trew, 2nd Dr Trew; any other
variety, J M Johnston; red game, 1st
W H Steves, 2nd M Gray; variety game,
lst W H Steves, 2nd W H Steves.
Dairy Proopce.—Fresh butter, lst
Mn Evans, 2nd J McAdam, 3rd J Six-
smith; firkin butter, 1st A S Vedder,
2nd E Greyell; tub butter, lst Mrs Evans, 2nd J McAdam, 3rd E Greyell;
cheese, 1st A 0 Walls, 2nd Sexsmith; 3rd
W Woodward; eggs, 1st J Hunter, 2nd
T Thornber.
Vegetables.—Potatoes, any variety,
1st 8 Cawley, 2nd Greyell; 3 varieties,
1st Stevenson, 2nd H Webb; new variety, H Webb; cabbages (not cattle), lst
W H Bowling, 2nd M Steves; turnips, E
Greyell; carrots, 1st M Steves, 2nd J
MoKee; parsnips, lst J McKee, 2nd,G
Richardson; onions, 1st S Cawley, 2nd
T McNeeley; peas, 1st G Richardson;
beans, Greyell; kidney beans, E Greyell;
corn, 1st A S- Vedder, 2nd A Hawkins;
beets, H Boyd; celery, G R Ashwell;
lettuces, T McNeeley; squash, J Reece;
pumpkins, J Reece; vegetable marrow,
Greyell; tomatoes, E Greyell; encumbers, H Webb; cauliflower, A Hawkins.
Field Produoi.—Autumn wheat, lst
W Turgoose, 2nd H Kipp, 3rd Ashwell;
spring wheat, lst H Webb, 2nd H Thrift;
barley, lst H Kipp, 2nd E Greyell;
white oats, lst W Turgoose, 2nd Kimble;
black oats, lst J McAdam, 2nd J Kirkland; white peas, lst E Greyell, 2nd H
Kipp; grey peas, 1st H Kipp; buckwheat, K Greyell; flax, Greyell; swede
turnip, 1st Scott, 2nd J Sexsmith; white
turnips, E. Greyell; mangle wurtzel, lst
Greyel, 2nd Sexsmith; mangohl-wurtzol
red,lBtJKirktand,2ndHBoyd;carrotB,lst
J McKee, 2nd J Reece; carrots, red, 1st
H Boyd, 2nd Greyell; cabbage, lst R
Stevenson, 2nd 0 Scott; early rose, 1st
J MoKee, 2nd C Scott; late rose, IstG
Richardson, 2nd J MoKee.
Fruits.—Autumn apples, lst Jas Orr,
2nd J Sexsmith; winter apples, 1st S
Cawley; cooking, 1st E Greyell, 2nd S
Cawley; heaviest, 1st Dockstcader; .au-
tuinji pears, 1st B Greyell, 2nd C You*
mans; winter peon, 1st W D Ferris, 2ijd
S Urighouso; cooking, lst S Brighouso;
grapes, lst W H Rowling, 2nd Rowling;
quinces, 1stWH Falding; watermelons,
H Webb; musk melons, K Greyell; best
collection fruits, lst AC Wells, 2nd A
Jackson; currants, red, E Greyell.
Agricultural Implements. — Har*
rows, W Blackio; harness, W Hoar;
single buggy, 1st Johnson k Smith, 2nd
Johnson k Smith; double, 1st W B
Townsend, 2nd R Stevenson; ploughs,
Johnson k Smith.
Miscellaneous.-Horse shoes, 1st J
Morley, 2ndJMorley; cooking stoves,
1st Albion works, 2nd Albion works;
cigars, Kurtz k Co; salmon, lst Ewen k
Co, ?nd Kyle k Tilton; cranberries, lst
Kyle k Tilton, 2nd Kyle k Tilton; flour,
R Stevenson; boots and shoes, Belmont
Co; sewed calf, HManeel; kip, pegged,
G Maynard; Jpnts' shoes, H Mansel;
ladies' shoe*, G Maynard; harness leather, J Rousseau; iUBaet leather, J Rousseau; sole leather, Belmont Co; assortment leather, Belmont Co; suitof clothes,
J Walsh.
Floral,—Plants in flower, ht Mrs
Bunte, 2nd Mn Nelson; fuchsias, lst
Mn Webster, 2nd Miss Trew; fernery,
Mrs Webster; table bouquet, lst Miss
Lee, 2nd Mrs Fales; hand bouquet, Miss
A Webster.
Fixe Arts, fto.—'Pencil drawing, 1st
Miss J Webster, 2nd Miss Philips; pencil
crayon, lst Miss McColl, 2nd Miss Black;
water color, Mn Thain; minerals, Miss
Parker; moss picture, Misa M Webster;
honey, Mn Fates; photos, Mrs Maynard,'
2nd Miss VcrmilUaflwox flowers, lst Mn
Stevenson; wax fruit, Mn Stevenson.
Domestic.—Bread, salt rising, E Greyell; potato, 1st Mn Fales, 2nd Mrs
Wintemute; crochet tidy, 1st Miss
Elliott, Snd Mrs Stevenson; wool stockings, lst Mn Phillips, 2nd A S Vedder;
bead work, lst Miss Howay, 2nd Mrs
Bunte; hair.wreoth, 1st Mrs Strang, 2nd
Mrs Stevenson, 3rd Miss McGirl.
Hand Sewing.—White quilt, lst Mn
Wintemute, 2cd Mrs Pearson; patchwork quilt, lst Mra Stevenson, 2nd Mrs
Wintemute; silk patch quilt, Mn Stevenson; worsted quilt, J McAdam; pillow slip, Mn Diebel.
Fancy Work.—Chair bolster, lst Miss
Phillips, 2nd Miss Phillips; counterpane,
lst Miss Vermiha.. 2nd Miu Jackson;
gents' slippers, Mn Stevenson; night
dress, Mrs Bamford; ottoman'cover, Mn
Wert; raised wonted animals, Mn
Boyd; raised flowen, lst Mn Wintemute,
2nd Mrs Thain; sofa cushion, lst Miu
Woods; 2nd Miss Odin; table cover, 1st
Mra Diebel, 2nd Miss Jackson; floor mat,
1st Mrs Jones, 2nd Miss Steves; child's
buggy robe, Mn E. Robson; knitting,
lst Mrs W H Smith, 2nd Mrs Boyd;
woolen socks, lst Mra Stevenson, 2nd
Mra Wells; knitted glove, 1st Mrs Webster, 2nd Mn Stevenson; ladies' cotten
stockings. Miss VennUlia; crochet collar, lat Miss Rappertie, 2nd Miss Vermiha; lamp mat, 1st Miss J Webster,
2nd Mrs Stevenson; knitted comforter,
Miss Elliott.
Manufactures.—Gloves, E N Swick-
ard; stained woods, R 0 P Mills; turned
woods and ivory highly recommended;
tables by M Leavens highly recommended.
Sweepstakes, — E Greyell, 115; J
Kirkland, 912; A C Welli, $10; TDun-
ville, 85; S Cawley, fl.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE lo,- SINGLB
man, on Dallas street.  Apply to
HENBY V. EDMONDS,
jeSO-tc] LandAgent..
COME AND SEE
tad fas Bin tai Jpi Sopl
In the summer and the Fall, the urchin
climbs the garden wall,
For jgreen apples in his frolic;
He will eat his fill, till, very iU,
.. He's doubled up with CoOc.,
Tha' antidote Is Dr. Fowler's Extract of
WBd Strawberry—an unfailing remedy
for Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum and all Summer Complaints.
Mrs, Partington declared the Neuralgia to be worse than the old Rheumatism; but, however bad either may be,
Burdock Blood Bitten will »conquer it.
It also makes pure blood, regulating the
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, and eradicating scrofulous humor from the system. 25,000 bottles sold in the last three
months.
The well known drug firm of Ormand
ft Walsh, Peterboro, write that Dr.
Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry is
one of their '--standard summer medicines, and has a good sale." An unfailing remedy for all forms of Bowel Com
plaint, ■-■„;.,
STEAMER
VICTORIA,
Captais Eekhmank,
WILL SAIL FEOM SAN FRANCIS-
co for New. Westminster on or
about Saturdar, Oct. 18th, 1881.
Returning, will Bail from New Westminster for San Francisco on or about
Oci. 19.
For rates of •Freight and Paassge,
apply to
QOODALL, PERKINS k CO.,
' San Franciaco.
Or to      J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
jyll] New We&inster.
BRITISH    COLUMBIA
MERCHANTS'LINE
THE   POWERFUL,   FAST AND
commodious Steamship
"SARDONYX"
WiU lean Victoria FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12th, sailing from San  Francisco for Victoria, New Weatminster and
Nanaimo on SATURDAY, OCTOBER
20 h.
For freight or passage apply to
EWEN k CO.,
i{        ■    NewW,
Or HENRY LUND * CO.,
San Francisco.
iter,i &'o, and now»nown aa Ut. '
'FARMER*   HOMB,"
Will aceommodata all his old Mends and
the publio generally who favor bim with
acail.at old prices. Board perd.y,lLO*j
cents; Beds, IB cent... arsrOood accommodation for Ladles and Famines.   aoMo
MISS  ALPORT
 'WOL OPE* A—-
Private Day School
At her Reaidenoe,
Cor. Agnes ud Elliott street",
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBIR I, IBM
Particulars and terms can be obtained
on application aa above.
JUST ABBIYEO!
FALL STOCK
ADVICE TO MOTHEaU.
Are yon diiturbed at night aad broken
ot four rest by a sick child goffering and
crying with pain of catting teeth! If
so, send at once and get a bottle of Mas.
Wikslow's Soothing Syrup foe Child-
ken Tiething. Its value ia Incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cores
dysentery! and diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, cures wind colic,
softens tbe gumB, reduces inflammation,
and gives tone and energy to tbe whole
system. Mas, Winslow's Soothing
Stbup jor Children Teething ii pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription
of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for salo by all druggists through*
out -.he-world. Price W cents a bottle.
>p4eotly)
.-*_! » ■■»   «",    ,.„,	
Job printing of alt kinds neatly done
at tbe Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office In
the province.—A dv.
Pocket Ccileey.—T. R Pearson *
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in
another column.
Ladies-trimmed and un-trimmed Hats
and Bonnets, at cost for cash, at James
Ellai-d ft Co.'s. *
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and clothing, go to Jas. Ellard ft Co's.
See adv. *
Dress Goods In all tbe latest styles,
cheap for cash, at James Ellard ft Co. V
Money   Found!
FOUND IN THIS   CITY, on tha
10th lust, a sum of money.  The
owner may hava it by identifying the
'   and paying cuargea.   Applyat
A. H. MoBRIDK.
a penitentiaiy.
ool3t8
PROSPECTUS.
Government of Cauda loan lor
$4,000,000,4 per cent. Car-
reacy Boadi.
THG MINISTER OF FINANCE (or the
Dominion of Canada Is authorised to
receive tender* for a loiut of $1,000,000 currency bonds; bearing Interest from the
lst Novembor, 1883, nt the rate of 4 per
centum por annum, payable half-yearly
on the 1st May and lut November of each
yenr, nt his offico In the Finance Depart**
ment, uttuwa.
Thia loan Is issued under the authority
of an Act of (lie l*nrllament of the Dominion of t'anada, passed during their
last fti-«slon, (4Jth Victoria, cap. 2, sec. 4.)
Tin object of the loan Is partly to provide for tho payment of debts maturing
or redeemable In ttie course of the current
fiscal year, and partly for expenditure on
public works.
Tho principal of the loan now offered
Is to hu repaid at Ottawa In twenty years.
Ruhscrllx-rN will receive bonds to bearer,
wlilcli mny at any timo be converted Into
registered stock.
Tho stibHcrlntlon list will bo opened on
Wednesday, the 17th day of October next,
nnd will bo closed on Saturday, the 20th
day of October noxt, at 4 o'clock p. m..
and.tenders In the accompanyingToTm*
marked on the outside "Tenders for Debentures," will be received nt the Finance
Department. Ottawa, up to nnd including
the latter dale, at the hour mentioned.
Tenders must ho made for not Iobs than
IIjOOO, and In multiples of $1,000.
The allotment of the loan will be mado
as soon as possiblo nfter the close of the
subscription list, tho amounts allotted
will be pnynhlooh the l.tt day of November next, nnd Bonds will be Issued shortly
after thnt dutp.
Copies of this prospectiiB and forms of
tender enn be obtained from the undersigned, from the several Assistant Receivers General nt Montreal, Toronto,
Halifax, Saint John, Winnipeg and Victorin, und from tho Dominion Auditor at
Charlottetown. J. M. COURTNEY,
Deputy Minister of Flnanee.
Finance Department, Ottawa.)
September 21st, 1883.        I
nm or teh fob bonds.
Government of Canada Loan tor
$4,000,000, 4 per cent. Car-
rency  Bonds.
Amount tendered for $..  Rate.....per cent
SIR,-
hereby  tender for the sum of
fn
I' , nominal capital In the above
mentioned issue tn bonds to bearer, at
the. prico of       per cent., and en
gage to accept the said sum. or any portion thereof which may be allotted to ,
and to pay therefor at the-mill pfice and
In eomformtty with the terms of your
prospectus of the 21st September, 1883.
Name	
Address ,.
To the Honorable
The Minister of Finance,
Ottawa.
ORGANS
PIANOS
I. R. PEARSON & CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Kew   Westminster   E C.
         (aelSte)
Burdock
Blood
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
BIL10USNCSS,       DIZZIIICSS,
MPk-nut, i      -Ropsr, ■*
wDiomioM,     fuimmna
JAUNDICE. - Of THE HtlW,
ERYSIPELAS, KMY0F
ULT RHEUM, THE STOMACH
HEAHTBUHH, DRYNESS
HEADACHE, OF THE SKIH,
Aad .wry .paclc. of dl...M arisinr from
!.Jll-BDRHi"V^-^,no
CD. RAND,
REAL  ESTATE   BROKER,
NOTARY PUBLIO,
Collector, GomreytMer, and
Insurance Agent,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE! COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESIMINSTEE, B. C.
F0BT  M00BY   lOIg  TOR SAIL
Property for sala In all parts ot New
Westminster Dlatriek
Strangers will Unil lt to their advantage
to call on the above.
Agent for tha "City of London" Fir. In-
anranee Company, the "Confederation" Life of Toronto, and the
Accident  lnsarance Company of North America.
tr Money to Loan on first-class security.   Beat of references given.
_^ (oolOto)
IU l*iiH neaaaa is. laaaanaaMaakraalat
III WAT II WILL AFFKOT T0V.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretions and purifies the
Mom; heals the irritated parts! gives
strength to the digestive organe; brings
the liver to ita proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Such is
tUI liOTSDIATE ASD  SATISFAOTOnr W-
not that il is vsarranted to break up the
most distressing cough in a Jew Ao»™'
lime, if not of too long standing. It i,
ivarranted to orvx ihtwi satomctic-i,
«vl«ll»THK«aoalcon/rm«iowao/CS)n-
sumption I it is warranted not to produce
ooativenesa (whieh is thi ass. with moat
remediea), or affect th% head, as it contains no opium in any form. A is warranted to be perfectly harmless to the moat
delicate child, although It it an active
and powerful remedy for tutoring the
system. There is no real necessity for «o
many deaths hy Conaamiilion, when Alias's Luna Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in time. Phyaioiana having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to our. them with their own medi-
clnes, we would recommend to give Al*
i«H'aLuKoB»LS4Matrial. Sold by all
DnggisU, *<30-lm,
STOVES
We havo now tho Urgatt, Belt Aaaortad
and Cheapest Stook of
Cooking, Parlor ud Hettiig
RANGES
In the Province.
We also manufacture
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware
Of Every Description, of which we alwaya keep a urge Stock on hand.
Give na a call and get ou prion before
going eliewh.ro.
E. 8. SCOULLAR & CO.,
COLUMBU STBISBT,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ooloto)
oseeoooeewaB«Meeeeo^.eBcooaoioeaeeaM
WEBB'S.
eea*eayMMcoe»ia)oeMoacooceooBoaaaj.eaia
Shotguns, Bids., Bavolvats go to
If you want a day's sport, oall at
CartiMgM, Powder and Shot boy at
Fish-hooks, Flies, Line, and Bods m
For flagrant Cigars It Tobaooouao
Meerschaum, Briar and Wood Pipaa goto
w summm.
Tobacco Pouoha, Purse., Match Safes
Spectacles, Beading and Eye Glum
that yon can seo through at
Pocket Knives, Razors * rjebson, grt
Flaying Cards, Dick Cheques ae*
Machina Needles, Oil k Attachsaenta, try
What yon cannot get elanrban
WHO IS WEBB?
CALLANDSEB.    ,
Columbia St., New Wastalastar, B. C. .
jeSO-oS-to '
kin Sale!
BY ORDER OF THE ADMINIB-
tratrixof the late Andrew Fiahar, I
wiU sell by Auction, on the-Pramtas.,
ALLERDALE FASH
(Near Ladner'. landing),
fohuriaj, M Ootober,
Commencing at 11 O'clock P. M„
Hill,
eiuckctwitaetdti
I l-yr old Heifer,
XTeirllif-s,
i leirer CtiTn,
tnm,       ,w,0rtT-'
..   ...    •«•*•«•■.'■
i sow iii rn,
tsowt wlrtii'ttrt,
About 100 tons of
BALED  HAY,
Mowing & Thrashing Ma-
chtaes,Plow8, Harrow
And other Farm Implarorot..
—.ALSO—
.A.     FIAHO
(ByAsAwtaHg),
And all the  valuable  aaaortmant of
household rvsumnat mi at.
facts,
Intending pnrohaHrt ono go down by
th.YoaemfteandrrturabvtteWertOT
Slope which will oall at I*dn«'. Landing by special arrangraent.
HJtNETr V. EDMONDS,
oo6M "   - flta*- gtofi.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
(Continued.)
"So Arthur says; but I don't know;
I think ha gets overworked sometimes; and then it is ao dull for him
living aU alono in that great gloomy
parsonage-house, with not a aoul to
apeak to but old Hannah and her husband. It ii suoh a dear old place,
with a great lawn, and a sun-dial, and
1 lime walk, and the rooms ara so
beautifully furniahed—thota at leaat
that he uses; he shuts up half. It is
a great pity, however, h. does not do
as Mr. Hume used to do—give clerical
partial, I mean, garden parties and
taa-fighta for the gentry; ho is obliged,
of course, to treat the school-children
sometimes. And then be will not visit
anougb, and people liko to be friendly
- with their clergyman, and so he is not
popular, though the poor worship
him. Did you hear how he nursed
them at the time of tbat horrible
levari"
I told her I had. ,
"Waa it not brave and heroic, whon
•very one els. was running away! but
I wish ha would mako tho gentry love
him too; I often tell him it it wrong
to mako distinctions."
"He seems, to come to you oftsn
anougb."
"Yes, to see Arthur, he ii very
fond of Arthur. I givo him a lecture
sometimea when he comes, and tell
him he ought to go to other housea
than Hurst Hall and Rosa Cottage,
but it Is no good; only Miss Rivers
manages to get him now and then, and
I don't care for him to go there."
"That looks aa if you want to mo-
 It— kin. "
.lopolize him.1
"I—he does not come to sea ,„-.
but Arthur—I tell you he and Arthur
are great friends, and they like each
other very muoh."
Perhaps so, pretty Milly; only, why
start and flush and plume yourself
with such trembling bands! The lit
■ tie love story I was reading from life
inspired me with a tender interest-
ana all that evening I watched Milly'i
pretty ways, half childish, half womanly, as by a thouaand' little unconscious acts she showed her preference
for the young .clergyman—watohed
her, aa one human sister should Watoh
another, with deep and loving sympathy.
When I had seen the happy little
creature nod hor last adieus from the
carriage door I went into tbe deserted
drawing-room, and Horwald followed
ma.
"Dudley has gone down the nvenue
with Olive for a moonlight stroll, but
I am so stiff from rowing that I begged
off. What a nice day wo had, thanks
to you, Nellie; I have never enjoyed
one more. Don't you like that sweet
little Milly!"    '■■
"She is a darling, so childish, so
unaffected, so loving; but Herwald,
it is clear that thero will be a match'
one of these days."
For answer he stared at me.
"It is easy to see who thinks Milly
the dearest little thing in the world
too; and aa for her, poor child,'her
heart haa long ago been won, I believe. Mr. Olive ia indeed a happy
man."
"Nellie," said Herwald, with a sudden sternness in his look and voice,
"what nonsense are you talking about
Mr. Clival"
"Nomonael" I repeated, rather net.
tied; "I am not quite blind, Herwald,
If you are. Mr. Olive's lover-like
attentions and Miliy's happy accept
ance of them are sufficiently palpable,
I should think, to every on..
He started up, striking upon the
table impatiently.
"I entreat you, Nellie, not to lose
your usual good sense; this is no mat*
tar for jesting."
"Neither do I desire to jest," I
answered, flushing up hotly: "you
ought to know mo better by this
time."
"Then- what on earth do you
mean by broaching such impossibilities?" he asked, questioning my face
with astonished eyes.
"Dear Horwald, if you will listen
to me quietly, and not fly out ao, I
will explain what I mean. You cannot imagine I wish to mock you or
your friende. I say again, it ia easy
to sea Mr. Clive dotes on Milly
Vaughan, and she, dear lit'le creature,
lovea him wiih all her heart."
I was not prepared, aa I thus decidedly reiterated my belief, to aee
Herwald turn pale as death, and
clutch the arms of his chair in audden
terror; and in a moment tho miserable
idea rushed upon me, that I waa cruelly
wounding him, that perhaps he loved
her himself, else why this unconquerable agitation, this unmistakable terror?  In my turn I began to quake.
"Nellie, dear," ha said, speaking
in. a choked, hurried voice, "unsay
all that again, in pity's sake. You
cannot mean anything ao dreadful, sn
improbable. Hubert Olive love Milly?"
It was too lat. to go back now, s.
I said, hesitating and looking down,
that I could not but think that Mr.
Olive was seeking her fur bis wife.
Herwald threw np his hands with
a horrifled gesture.
"Hut h. cannot; the idea ia absurd.
He Is a married man."
"You mean a widower!"
"I mean no such thing. Poor
Hubert has a wife living in a lunatic
asylum at Colchester."
It was my turn now to gasp and
turn pal.; and for soma minutea w.
said nothing, only looking at each
other with horrifled eyes. At Isst I
said indignantly—
"Ob, Herwald, it ia monstrous; how
dan he, how dare he go on like this
if ha bo a married man! She does
not know it, poor child; and she love.
him, as we ail of us love onca iu our
lira, with the strength of her inno-
ont heart,"
"I pray heaven that you may ba
mistaken, Nellie."
"He is » bad man, ha is wieked to
do like this," I exclaimed, passion-
ately.
"No, no, there is an error some
when; either ho is blind or lamentably weak; but bad-I tell you that
than la not a truer Christian or a
mon unselfish man than Hubert Clive
in this world. Oh, poor Hubert, what
a life haa hia boen! Listen, Nellie,
and pity him, ay, pily him from the
depths of your woman's heart, for 1
tm going to tall you his story, that
won may judge him more leniently,
ud
gi
lt from tho very be-
"Hubert Olivo ia of noble birth; ha
wu tha aixth aud youngest son of a
needy peer, and for him aa for hia
four •Inr roothan than wu little or
no provision. Aa for tha hair, he
.early provided himself with a rich
wife, ud lived merrily, though not
too wisely, on nor money, and for the
others, two entered tha army, and fell
fighting for their country, one went to
see, ud tho fourth picked up, somehow, u attach, to tto Koisian am-
mm_m_mm__maeSB--m-
'Aa for Hubert, a good-natured
uncle unt him to the university, intending him for tha law; and at the
oloso of a prosperous college career
he set up chambers in London and
road for his Ufa. This time wu tha
happiest tbat Hubert over knew, not
only because he wu young, happy-
natured and industrious, but because
fortune had been kind to him and
given him an object for which to labor,
and this wu the love of hia betrothed
wife and cousin. Amy Villiors.
"Worldly folks said it wu a wild
project of old Villiors allowing thia
engagement between his beautiful
heiress and a needy young barriater,
but Mr. Villiera bad some odd out-
of-the-way notions on this subject,
and Amy's blue eyes and heart wen
aet on her handsome couiin Hubert;
and ao the old atory wu Buffered to
be told merrily at Grantham House.
Mr. Villiors only imposed one condition: Hubert wu not to marry
Amy till he had an income aufficiant
to render hiin independent of his
wife's money, and to this he willingly
assented, and the work went cheerfully on.
"Fortune favors tha brave; one
day Lord Clive wrote to his son to
give up tho law, and take orders at
once, u a rich living wu offend to
him, and wu to be kept till he oould
hold it for himself. Now, Hubert
had a lander conscience, and he did
not like entering the Church for mercenary motive!, or even with the idea
of hastening hia union with Amy; but
when bia father came up in person,
and represented to him now hardly
ho could afford even ihe small incomo
Hubert wu diawing from him, and
how necessary it wu for him to become independent of his family, he
reluctantly yielded, and went up to
Oxford to take orders.
-'His first sermon wu preached at
Grantham, and Amy came to hear him,
and another young lady came too, who
had lately arrived at the house for a
long visit; and this young lady wu
Amy's cousin and friend, Harriet's
Falconer. Hubert did not much admin thia new addition to Grantham,
though she wu a handsome girl with a
dark brunette face and great luminous
eyes; but though he wu never mon
than commonly civil, and seldom looked at her, Harriette Falconer madly
and wickedly dared to love her cousin's
betrothed with a love that wu hopeless
and foolish enough.
"Time went on, and Hubert wu
delicately but earnestly wooing Amy,
who had suddenly turned wilful, and
nfused to Sx ths time for their marriage, alleging that she wu toe'young,
and he too, to settle down.
"'I am not good enough for a clergyman's wife, she would aay, 'and I
want a little mon fun and gayety befon I go and bury myself in that prim
old parsonage. Don't toaae me any
mon about it, till after our groat ball
on tha tenth of next month; you know,
papa says wo can never attend properly
to two things at a time, and I want
that to be the molt splendid affair the
county hu seen for years.'
"'But Amy,'Hubert answored aod-
ly, 'how can you can for these gay-
eties from which my cloth excludes
me ? you must know I can take no
part in the coming ball.'.
" 'Oh yes, you can, you muat; you
can't dance, I suppose, but you can
stand and look on, and make yourself
agreeable, and be roady if I want to
talk to you, and not be jealoua if I
notice other people; for it» my birthday fete, you know, and papa haa ordered me a set of torquoiso ud diamonds; and it would look io strange if
you wen not then; do be good, Hue
dear, and do just u I uk you.'
"So Hubert stroked the golden curls
and promised; and u he left her, he
came upon Harriette Falconer juat entering, with her face lit up with a
strange triumphal expression.
"He passed her with tha curt word
and smile which wu all he ever gave
her; but it would have been well if
Hubert's sleepy gray eyes had opened
themaelvu to watch her mon, to detect her skilful maneuvers, her cruel
stealthy game; but only occupied with
his idol, he'took no notice of the quiet,
dark girl who ao often crossed his path.
But, alu for him! in Harriette'a aubtle,
strong hands, Amy's weak, impressionable nature wu plutic u clay in the
hands of tha potter; hinted inueudoea,
covert sneers, cold sarcasms at the
model young clergyman, the gay dreary
parsonage house, the dull monotonous
life to which his wife would ba condemned, all worked like leaven, till
the whole girlish heart wu leavened.
"The night of the ball arrived. Hubert, in hia quiet high-church dresa,
stood and watched Amy in azure olouds
of gauze being whirled befon him in
the dizzy waltz; watohed with panga
sot jealousy more euilyfelt than described. Once h. caught hold of her
m Bhe passed,
" 'Amy, I want to apeak to you.
'"Yes, darling,' ud Amy put on
har moat coaxing face, and shook out
the curls the dance had disarranged,
till the jasmine bud. of her wreath
trembled again. It was very pleasant
to be called darling by an angel in a
blue cloud, and ao Hubert felt, ud it
wu In a gentler tone that he said:
" 'Amy, I do not think it looks well
for you to be dancing so often with Sir
Ralph Feny: you have been with him
halt the evening.'
" Amy'seyes stole towards the huvily
mustached Guardsman, who wu again
approaching to fetch her, and Baid
quickly:
" 'This timo 1 must, for I am engaged, but after that I will take care;'
and, amiiing in her. cousin's face, ahe
suffered Sir Ralph to take her away.
"'What muffs clergymen look in a
ball-room,' aaid Amy'a partner, with a
sneer, quite ignoring the fact that it
wu her fiance of which he spoke. Amy
colored, hut did not reply, but all the
mat of the evening Hubert felt rather
than uw how she avoided him.
"The next two or three weeka that
followed the ball wen not happy onu;
Amy became mon captious and difficult to pleue day by day, and the
mon she frowned on Hubert, the mon
she smiled ud coquetted with Sir
Ralph Percy.
"One morning Hubert called, and
wont up u usual unannounced to hit
cousin's boudoir, to find it empty;
Amy's golden head was not bonding
over her embroidery frame, and while
he waited, impatiently toying withthe
little glove that lay on the table. Harriette came down, th. tears streaming
from h.r eyei, a letter in her hand.
" 'Read that, my poor, poor friend,'
alio cried,
"Hnbert wu not a man physically
or mentally itrtmg, and when he had
snatched tha letter from her hand, and
seen at the bottom of the page, 'Your
affectionate cousin, Amy Percy,' he
tank down half fainting, like a girl.
It wu a cruel blow, for if ever man
loved a woman, Hubert loved Amy;
and the agony of mind ho suffered In
consequence, brought on brain fever,
(To baontuuM.)
Press Ooods in all ths latest style.,
oheap for oash, at Jimss KUard t CVs*
1802.      im
TD1 DD
I III. I I
COLUMBIA SHEET,
nsiB
Having just received 25 casei
of
OT.E.'OT
GOODS
Per "G. W. ELDER," we re
spectfully solicit the public
to give us a call.
We have just opened a fine assortment of
FANCY & STAPLE
DRY GOODS
ULSTERS,
___*____&
RILE
*--AND	
WholesaleGrocers
LIQUOR DEALERS,
 AND-—
Commission Huts!
FRONT STKEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
HOSIEB7
 AND	
WOOLEN  GOODS!
(Suitable for Winter Wear),
Blankets, Quilts,
&c, . &c,    &c.
Fancy Goods and Crewel
Wools anil 818.
Done on the Premises.
CLOTHING
DEPARTIIE»T.
We have on hand a splendid
line of ready-made Clothing, and
having a good supply of Diagonals, Broadcloths, Beavers, Tweeds,
&c, we 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.
8PECIAL NOTIOE
We have just received a splendid assortment of English
BREECH-LOADING SHOT
GUNS, from $30 up. Call and
•ee them. 006
.   Agenta for the—
Liverpool .fcLondon&HloDB
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
—And the -
» m. a
INSURANCE CO.
-y!*8.to.    	
J.A.R.
-IMPORTER,-
SHIPPING & COMMISSI!!
MERCHANT.
FRONT ST., • NEW WESTMINSTER,
'  Offcts for sale
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS,
"WMLA-TWee
OILCAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL.
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS, BACON,   LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agent for Paoifio Coast Steamahip Co.
aul-to.
Direct ImportatioD
r DDmmi
4J WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.tr
UTDnUITIT
BEGS TO INFORM THB RESID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity that be is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
" Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he \rlU supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Bull Customers.
Also, lit constant receipt, direct from
W. A. GUby's.  London*
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOLTT1IBIA   BIBim,
New Westminster,  B. 0.
FARMERS & OTHERS
Should not fail to call at the
PACIFIC
WORKS
-    At Ewen & Co.'s Cannery,
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR AIX KINDS
OF RIGS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, tC, AND FILLED  AT LOW RATES.
ear Call and inspect onr Work.ta
CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES,
HEAVY WAGGONS,
PLOWS,
HARROWS,
 AND OTHER	
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
RIF1IRS 1HCVTID WITH HEAT-
!f*MS Itld DHriTCH.
ORDERS   FROM   THE COUNTRY
CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
A SINK Of COFFINS ALWAYS OH HAND.
Having bad many years' experience In
the buatnea., v. feel confident of giving
general aattafaotlon, and would therefore
with confidence solicit a share of. your
patronage. anJDnil
JOHNSTON • SMITH.
lUBwniDon
FOR SALE BY
JAS, CONNHWHAM * GO.
(MlMo)
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
MormatiOTi, Employment
 AND	
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
The Government of  British Columbia
has established an
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.,
And all persona wishing to obtain an*
thentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will be
supplied free of charge on application. ,;.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, aro invited to place themselves
In communication with the Agent. Par*
ticulars should be furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications;
Office—Court House Building) Market Square, New Westminster, B. C.
je20tc.]
Immigration Agent.
NOTIOE-
COUNTY COURTS Willi BE HELD
at the times and places following:
Victoria, on Thursday, the 6th September, 1883, and thereafter on the first
Thursday of every mouth.
New Westminster, on Wednesday,
the 5th September, 1883, and thereafter
on the first Wednesday of every month.
Namaimo, on Wednesday, the 6th
September, 1883, and thereafter on the
first Wednesday of every month.
Yale, on Thursday, 27th September,
1853, and on Thursday, tho 25th October, 1883.
Richfield, on Monday, 10th September, 1883.
Quesnellemouth, Monday, 17th September, 1883.
Soda Creek, on Thursday, 20th Sep*
*      1883.
NOTIOE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will be paid unless supplied by an order from the Mayor
or some member of tbe Council
By Order.
JAMES ORR, G.M.C.
New Westminster, Jnly 17,1883. [18-to
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA,
In the Estate of JOBN DONLAN,
deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate are required to pay
the amount doe forthwith. And all persons having claims against the aaid
Eatatemnatforvrard the same on or before
the 25th October, 1883, to the undersigned.
E. A. JENNS,.
Administrator.
Dated New West., 18th Sept., 1888,
 (aaiBanl)	
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the matter of the Estate and Effects
of ELIJAH JOBN REITS, deceased.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to th.
above Estate are reqaired to pay
the amount due forthwith. And all per*
eons having claims against the said
Eatat. must forward the same on or before the 25th November, 1883, to the
undersigned.
E. A. JENNS,
'   Administrator.
Dated New West, 18th Sept., 1883.
 (aa-gml)    ■	
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH JNLUMBIA.
In the matter of ths Estate and Effects
of HENRY HESSE, deceased in-
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate are required to pay
the amouat due forthwith. And all persons having claims against the said
Estate must forward the same on or before 26th October, 1883, to the under
signed.
E, A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New West., 18th Sept., 1888.
(ae22ml)
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
WAGES
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—OX TBI—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overswrs  1125 00 per
Rock Foremen....*S CO to (Ht 00 ftday
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to  3 50    "
Bridge Foren.cn.. 3 DO to   4 50   "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class 3 60 "
Bridge Carpenter.,
2adclass  3 00 "
Maoons. 2 50 to 3 60    "
Stone Cutter..... 3 00 to 8 60    "
Blackamitha,    lst
class  8 50 "
Blackamitha,  2nd
class 300 "
Blacksmith Help- ,
ers  1 50to  200    ".
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborer.  1 75 to 2 00    "
Howers, 1st class   3 50 "
Chopper., lat class 2 00 to 2 60    "
Sooren, lit clan   2 60 "
All outside labor 10 hoors per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Hcaaea will be convenient
along the Line,   Board—84 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  OHDERDONX,
Obkerai. Mamon.
Omci or ma Contractors,
Caiuvux Pacific RanwiT,
Yale, March 1,1888.
—■ox Olxls.
NEW WESTMINSTER
LadyPbwoimi,    ■   MISS DAWSON
Vioa Paiaoim, . MISS K.DAWSON
For termi for Boarders and Day scholars, apply to
O.E. WOODS,
Jy7-to] Hon, 8-or.tary,
Clinton, on   Monday,  lat October,
1883.
Cache Cheek, on Thursday, ith Octo
ber, 1883.
Kamloops, on Monday, 8th October,
1883.
Lytton, on Thursday, 18th October,
1883.     -
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provinoial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
17th August, 188S.
[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
' CANADA.
PROVINCE OFBRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tho Grace of God, of the
United Kini'dom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen', Defender
of the Faith, &-.., ke., fto.
To Oar faithful the Members elected to
aerve la th. Legislative Assembly of
Our Provinco of British Columbia,
and summoned and called to a
meeting of the Legislature or
Parliament of Our said Pro.
vinoe, at Our city of Viotoria
on Thursday, tho 13th day
of Sept instant, to have
been commenced and
held, and every of
you-OnEETiKO
-   .,   A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E, E Davie, ITTTHERE AS,
Attorney-General,  j   VV   the meeting
of tho Legialature or Parliament of the
Provinco of  British  Columbia,  stands
called for Thursday, the Thirteenth day of
Sept. Instant, at whioh time, at Our City
of Victoria, you wen held and constrained to appear.
Now know ye, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the esse and convenience of
Our loving subjects, We have thought
fit, by and with tho advice of Oar Executive Council of the Province of Brit-
iah Columbia, to relievo you, and eaoh of
you} of your attendance at tho time
aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by
these presents enjoining you, and each of
yon, that on Thursday, the MM day
or the month of November next,
you meet Ua in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the said Province, at C/ar
City of Victoria, and therein do aa may
aeem necessary.   Herein fall not.
In Testimony   Whereof,  We have
caused these Onr Letters to be made
Patent, and the Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed:   Wit-
nan,   the  Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,  Lieutenant-Governor of
Oar aaid Province of British Columbia,
in Oar City of Victoria, ia Our aaid Province, thia Sixth day of Sept., in the
year of Oar Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-throe, and in lhe
forty-seventh year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
jylS-td] Provincial Secrctmy,
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE flAVIO
been tried by nearly every lady In
town with success, neede little or node
scription, bnt for strangers the following
ia printed:—It does the washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no nibbing on tho board; blue
not needed; does no harm to clothe..
Plenty of reference If desired. One bar
does two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necenlty.
Money refunded if the abovo is not truo.
The undersigned being tho first to introduce lt, respectfully asks the ladles to
Eatroniio bim. Orders kindly received
y Ellard ft Co., at tho Occident Hotel,
and orders recoived and-Soap supplied
at Mr. 0. G. Major's, cor. Colombia and
Mary street..
Being well known 'is agent for all
newipapers, mugadnr.", and books sold
by agent, only, 1 need no introduction,
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUOHE8,
mhSl New Weat., B. C.
Change of Business.
ETICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
VanVolkenbnrg Bros, have pur-
the batcher business hitherto carried on In this city by Havana ft Co.,
and that they will carry on the same nnder the name and style of VanVolken-
burg Bros, All aooounta due to th. firm
of Havens ft Co. in connection with said
hnsuwss must be paid to the undersigned,
VAN VOLKENBURG BROS.
(OOlOto)
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
•TAI-O
BEAUCHAMFS
R BEAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every steamer, and is
prepared to sell at the following prices:
Peaches, per box   91 75
Apples, per box. 1 00
Pears, per box ,\.....  1 00
Apricots, per box ...... 170
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  1 25
Oranges,  .25 @ 90 cents per doz
Lemons, 35 @ 60 cents per doe
Acapnloo Limes, . .26 @ 60 cents per doe
Oreen Corn, 25 @ 60 cents per Aet
Tomatoes,,. 12$ cents per pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP.
je27-tc. Victoria.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Building!, Good., Warn, Merohan-
'dies, Manufacturing and Fanning Stook,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
1-ROM 1088 OR DAMABrtl IIRI.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 STGk
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. i. ABMSTBOJii
Agent for Now Weitmiuatcr.
WALSH'S
Tailorin
Emporium
Opposite th. Bank, Columbia atreet,
New Wcatminater, B, 0.      [my26-to.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER * lalANUFACTUItC-t OF
PIANOS & OROMS
AMD ALL KIKDS OV
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
ML/ILL VISIT THE MAINLAND.
ww on a Professional Tour, and vill
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all Kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will receive prompt attention. jy28tc
DR. SPINNEY & CO/S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
DR. iPINNEY, well kiownu tho fei&.
der of tht Montr-sal, (0. IS.) Medico! Inrrtl-
tote, ud Ut* Proprietor of tho 8PINHETTILL1
INFIRMARY, would Biott nipMtfaltj Inform
hi* patients ud the afflicted gesentlty, that he
■till contlnnee to treat chronic and nerwne die.
euee with unparalleled auccefa,
LADIES AX-fD aiNTlIHIN,
Remember that pnxraitlnatloa It the thief tt
time io
COMB AND BB B8ALBD.
It mattera uot what your trouWei may bo, coma
aud let the Doctor oxamlne your cue. It vill
coat yon nothing for coneultatlon, ao ple-uw call
ud utlaf> yoaneWei whether too Doctor under*
■tanfle your caie. It he an cure you he will tell
you eot IT not, he will tell you that, for ho will
not undertake a cue unleii ha II conddent of ef.
ftetlnjcacur*.
Parties at a distance wlihlng treatment, by
■ending SU ud a minute deeerlptioa of their
troubles will recelv* in return a full couree of
treatment iecureljr packed ao u not to excite cariosity.
DR. BPIKHITwM guarantee to forfeit FIts
Hundred Dollars for eranr case of any kind or
character which he nndertakee and, fells n cure.
P. a—For dime* of short standing, a full
costs* of medicines, sufflclsut for a cur*, with
all instructions, will bo tent to any address on.
receipt of $19.
CallorAddriee
Dr. iPINNEY * CO.,
IM-ly     N*.llK*ernay.it.,8anFaendico,C*l'.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. IVPGOLL
Is constantly receiving new nodi
'•".'.isUnKlnpartflf
•D33-3T   OOCKDS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
AfiMasbctlortof
BrooeiiBB md PruMons
Alawys on band.
Uolbroolrti stono building, Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
THE GBEAT ENGLISH REMEDY-
Isanerer-falliog'
Oars' for H.rT-
ouaD.MIitjr.Sx-.
b.ualad VltalitT/
of any alna\
Weakness, Hr-
alysla, Pros'..
torrb>N,Mi- .ii
*;w*i.."
**■ i* .ooiafal
folllti, aad ne,bhs hi nati-' „r ;„„
bis apeelat a*»lc. Md tr„to,Bt)Win not
eore,, m far ar thlnj ,npu„ OT (iimim,
foaalinlt. Di.H'Hlli treats «IID||.
Jf-L.f.ceeasf'iily without mirenry.
SJ.*,.M •tatlOD free. Iborouib eiaml-
",to',n and adrle., $5-00. Pikeor Tltll
'.oitoratlte, $300 a bottle, or four
Urns. tb. quantity, f lO'OO; tent to aay
addreaa opon receipt of price, or 0.0.0.,
secure from obierration,aad Inprirat.
nam. if desired, by A. 1. SIXTH,
M.D.
Tboie who cannot visit DB. MINTIK
In San Fraaelaea sboahl send a full and
raiuute statement ol their troubles wllh
$25-00, aad la retain a full courso of
Hedleln. will b. forwarded, securely
packed, so ss aot to suite cariosity.
All orders for medicla. 0.0. D. mult
b. accompanied with $1.00 (as a gust*
ante, of food fatlb), which will be deducted when the package Is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRll.-Seat »
application by latter stating symptoms*
su and age. OommunlcaUooa strictly/
cooldtntial. )ti;U<l<F
11 Beamer Mimi, aanTraaaaHaiitH.
iMonough
Front street,
New Waitminster, B. 0.
>       Dialer In	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,.
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of ill kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mall will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myifrtc.
DR. LIEBIC, s"?i»i'i*te'r»i
pomiMjra to nUUT aa*-
S* awry fora, of SlHxSal or Oronl.
mranwltb.ttll.rarT or Hra.
Miu rmaa.   b». ami
DC I»?IOO«jHoR ls>|>o>UT.aBd
-pjrm.ii.nt car.  far   Buelnal
waakaaal.Namwa aad Pbvaleal
Cbilllj, IM Maabood, Vital
■ahustloa, aad all ta. tmibl.
ranlta of almaed aatara, «aaaal>
a. and yoatafal fenus.   Th.
Hooter wfll urn In wrltlu t.
' « ei.OOO for aeaaalnat
und.rt.kM and falls to onr..
rauon tbORsanda cu aot
cored of 8«alnal W«akaaaa
- tb. aboTB duNUMl.owt.i
. 0WBltaUo.oalMFn.u-
torrb.., whkth main, a
mMdy. DI, UUIO-I  ...
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_* to any nddnaa aacaralr samad
*= lroaaoW».t!on. BMlaalW.sk.
BMaaad PrortatorrhM drain t|.
laUtjr from th. body and cans.
anmarona dlaaaaa, that bar*,
ordinary madleal IN.lln.nt. It
allowed* to eontlnn.,th. nnnatn-
rat loaa .SMa ih.Hlal ortua,
whlchoaMMdMtrorlaadlMHM,
CouraapMoo, SlabaW, Eriabl-a Bkaaaa, Jua-
dk.,Inaaalty,.tc. beaeMrHon.im'limee.Ia.
bartiad WoaknoM, HalDotrilloa, BalBll aad Osle-
bral Complaints brio, on Ih. Man ratal dlaiaaal.
Sablllltud KmlaJ Wodaeas obatraet tbaloi.
aortaot aad bkmnti acta of Ufa aad Hnlr as-or-
■rata.  Onrr.anar.ntM.  DlmeMof thaO.nl-
    ItwponslM. parllr.
fan arrange payment. In tii. wuji. aaanntrnathef'
wonld employ their nuslly pbyelclan. Strictest.
awnoyauuntainMl.
on  BOTTLE   MUU.
rteaalar SlaeBottl. of .llh.r Inrtnrakrr (Hit
Pn. to enow th. wonderful praperUea of tha,
araatert Inrlsomtor Known to Modern Idntjat.,,
lut. symptom,, an, If married, ie.
Oalloraddren DI. LUIIO 1 CO., Ha, V.
Oeary itrnl, corner Huon, laa trrueaum, til,
Print, .atraaae, lol Mason stmt. ^^
amine, urn Mfoniau.-.Di.UUM> *
». owaoteed la oomplSnc. wllb&llrornl. raw.
Jpkaaa procoTOd by. Neuter ootl«j. aduattoo.
ITynreepedaljraetlc., and d.ly Sound laao-
— ''-^Itan Medial law.       M
Man Wanted.
NK WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
_ of and ran a Haatlagton Bhlngl.
Shingle Machine. Steady employment
and good wages to a nnt-olaas man, Me
othor DMd apply,     ,__    ''      .
R, STUVENSON,
Wto] Cblillwhack.
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