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Array [IS«. COLUMBIAN
MnfflBit-i-*--     e
Every. Wednesday\& Salurday,
. -r-iir —
D. ROBiDl^ «. CO.
OFFICE. G0LUM»IA STREET. Entmkoe fo I'l-
TBrTaL ANDSUSINESI.DEPARTM-f))T; TH^OUOH T. R.
Pearson & CD's: Book ii Stationery Store.
TKK..Iet»B.V Hell, $3»yewi il(il> furOiiu*.,
*ltoi'3moe.{ -luiyalile In Ailviuiqo. 'Delivcieil
l,y'Carrier or Ageiltj;'^1-tier.-ijttnricr, reirablo
.p-mrtorly, to Carrier or Agent.'   s
AOEMT8
T..N. HlBBEN & CD.	
WM. HARRIS'S ....!-..........„	
 'Viotoria.
 .YALE.
I. P.'NSHER AtorleilBK Acent; Rl Merchant'!
KxdieiiKe)i8.nrfr.KolBco,lBinitliorlH('(ltorecelT.
'•    "•'t^nt,eirtbllps)iBr....       ••.   ..,.;
jjm
TUIC DADEb may be leniul on file nt
IIIIO rArtn Geo. P. Rowoll i C».'.
Newmaner Ailverll.lng Bureau (10 Sj.rneu 81.),
wlftjrerndT.rtE.inp; contract. in.y lie maile lor (t 111
NKWVOMK.
liu' gvitiskCohunbiim.
Knluriluy Morning, March al, vm.
mmmm
VOLUME
NEW  WESTMINSTER, H-iy*
-jetT"
PJIDAY, ItyRCH 31, 1883,
NUMBER 26
I •'■■'■;' fho Eastern Wave..',';
! Not. long ngo ye .drew nttontion
1 to tlio immigration boom whicli 1ms
I l't-acljuj tliis province, ami pointed
I out tho importance of present resi-
! dents paying attention to new com-
| era, '-To a itraiiger in a strange land
a jifaid *ptd"oiT\, Mindly-aot is
gene-ally most Boceptablc, and.will
be*rtni«nbere(l! ' If tlioso *lio etfrhe
1 to tliese shores, witli tlie object of
becoming permanent settlers, nro
mes'n't tbe tjirmhohl % cold disdain'
tbey will experience a feeling of dis-
or^ifngemeiit ivbloh may give ilnj
natural color to everything they see.
It is well known that nil things appear green to those who wear green
spectacles. If, at tlie outset, immigrants become prejudiced against the'
cbtyiitrv and''disparaged,' tliey will
probably cany through ull their ob-
iieV'vatioiiS the influence.of that1 discouragement, But if it is the duty
of jivivato citizens to show- an interest in immigrants, much more must
rt''be-tho duty of thcgoveriniient.
If there is to be auy considerable
immigration to this province during
the coming summer, we are of opinion that the goverumentv«liould provide somo sovtrof accommodation at
tho principal ports for these people on their arrival, and some person whose duty it will be to care for
thom and give them information and
assistance, There should bo immigration sheds put up at New Westminster and Victoria, and immigration agents appointed at both these
places. Tho sheds need not be cost-.
ly, but they should be comfortable,
provided with tho conveniences necessary for a bVie'f 'residence. But
the agent, whoever he is, must be a
man   Who "possesses'' a "thorough
Let Ber Whlsllc I
a Ctrl
'Twon't mnke your, hflir bristle
Or scratch like a thistle.
A whistling lassie,   .
Need not bo sassy,
Or vulgar, or braBsy.
No psalm or upiitle
Has thrown tho first missile
At women who whistle.
It's quite ns bet
As singing or hi
Or ylayinu or stri
Be just, philoac
0 men. on this"ti,
Not misogynintiS'
Nor grumpy nor.mystic
Sund&lu
_u
I J. A. R. HOMER,
&eneral|]oi^fflSffli|i.
Fkdfij¥r8tR'E4f.
B(^an-^SH0|S
fKOM
RFS
I. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
office--;Mackenzie street
, ' (MjlU.lt. PKlLli KIIEU)...
Rebidenoe — Aoncs   Street.
AT
,   knowledge of the country and its
!  agrioiiltn'ral and   otheh  resources.
The selection  of  an   immigration
agent we consider a matter of very
groat importance. ■ In other lands
we have seen the evil effects of. in
', .''oom|ietent agents', aud' wo hope that
experience may not be repeated iu
i   Uritisl' iOoluuibiai    It unlet trd obvious to overyono that if immigra-
'! . tion. is coining hero to any consider-
uitbleaoxtent, tho govornment must be
prepared to spend n good denj of
mqney in.order   to secure to the
• province tlie full benefit of it. The
country ncWs'-iiothing more than it
(uccdaeriopulation. aiid.it cannot expect tp gqtfpopul*>ioji without an
eniiest etwrt 'sjiid a, -KjaMnaMo out
i '"J**.J^t.|n,,*n^"n3 ^14t;i0^'.P""*
vincial government have already"dis-
Bennnnted muoh information in the
., oast of such i) nature as would, be
1 »j>/ tt indue*) immigration,    fn this
• they1 1iiV«i-tofti Wlwly^and well.
Lot them now provide liberally for
'the edmfcft-and convenienoo'df -the
itamigniiits on their landing, and
furnish tkin'with every facility for
• obtaining information and employment or land in thb proyinco..
' Tlioro aro tirojolid grounds on
which Sunday law* rest; one, the right
of the prevailing religion of the country (be it Jewish, Christian, or Pagan)
to have its day of worship free from
disturbance; ami the other, the right
of evory man to' an equal share in a
rest-day from toil.r i
As regards tho first, if this country
woro a Jewish country the Jewish worship on Saturday should be peculiarly
protected from molestation. If it wore
a Mohammedan country, tho Friday
should be in like niiinnor protected.
This is simple common sense applied
to things ns they are, and no action of
doctrinaire theory. Where there is a
conflict of sacred days, us among Jew,-
Christian, and Mohammedan, nil cau
not be protected, and henco the majority must determine the question.
This certainly distinguishes the sacred
day, but does no.-harai to those who
do not count it sacrod. It only obliges
thom to be courteous. Tho inequality
in'tho matter is oiily such as in some
things must obtain .among tho freest
^people. ;
Ab regards tho'tSctnid ground: physiologists, physicians, statisticians, and
sensible observem^in general, have
agreod that man's'B'o'dy and mind need
a complete rest, and at an interval of
about soven days. But man will not
take that rest froni'labor unless he is
obliged by law to do so. His greed
for gain will make him ruin health in
his own case, or (worse still) mnke him
force his employees^ti> ruin theirs by
continuous work'i'yho law, therefore,
must make and' .'enforce a rest-day.
But what day shall it take ? Again:
common sense says,.' "Take tho day
which t|ie'mass.of the community,-
from religious reasons, already regard
as a rest-dny." Sjoftjo civil law, providing for moil's-physical well-being,
appoints and enforces a rest-day from
labor, which is the same day,on which
tbo great Christine) community worship,
and iu which the same law, for other
reasons, protects them in worship.
Thore is tho whole of the Sunday
question in a nutshell. Thoro is no
compelling mon to bo religious, no
supporting a stato church, no puritanical blue-law. Tho Jew, or Mohammedan, or Pagan simply must not make*
boistoi'ous demonstration, such, as a
noisy parade, on Sunday. Why! Because the vast majority of tho peoplo
see fit to worship on that day. The
Jew, or Mohammedan, or Pagan must
not keep open shop thnt day. Why?
Because the' people havo decreed a
rest-day from labor once a week to:
holp humanity, ntid that is the day,
Tlie only objection that hns auy
color in it is that the Jew then must
keep two rest-day's in the week, and
hence is at n disadvantage with his
neighbor. Well, as we hnve already
said, in tho most equal administrations,
there must, in the nature of things, be
some inequality. * Laws, for example,
require a notice of "danger" to be put
up in dangerous places in the cite;
but, alas! blind inen cannot read thb.
notices. The lawa. are unequal to tho
blind man. Thoy**havo to bo. So
hero the Jew's conscience tells him to
keep from working Saturday. Tho
law tells him to 'keep from working
Sunday. It is a-pity: but it cannot bo
helped. The other alternative would
be "no rest-day," and that would be
destructive to the whole community.
Wo must bear somo burdens for the
publio good.
Our Americawj-ibortios are largely
connected witlttnoiSfcokly day of rest.
[.MM
.lictavfoC;
NEW WESTMINSTER
BRITISH,   .CQ^UMflA.
HOY & FRY,
itiiii
I
VIC^&RWt*; PRICES.
p K. THOMAS,     :
Shop under tho new Oddfellow Hall, Col.
iimhift si, New ^y,e8tmiuster.
. KSTABUSIIlift 185SI.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
'Nearly Opposite th," Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
PLANS   AND    SPECIl'ICATIONS
furnished.   Jobbing of   all kinds
attended to, J* Y i\    ,,    .-.ffil
,tw SHOP — Columbia,; Street,   Newi
Westminster, B. C. jnylO
fupjp&m
WHAKK STREET, • VKITOKIA.
Ji-ca-mi-raia'poE f   .','.
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETqNeYCfc...,  \
.   30 Fiitahury-Circus,
London, E. 0.
Statistics of   the  Russian   prisons
show tliat during the six inontljs eud-
_ jug with ..tlie year'1880 no leas a num-
'ber than 1,352 prisoners of all sorts
'effected. their. escape from tho various
prisons,  police stations, disciplinary
companies,'and military conveys on
the .road to their destinations.   Two
.. .per.' tent, of  tlio number made off
from prison while under medical treatment.
.:•,*',,--n .■     ■*    .. -TT.   .
0. 0. Porrault,.Consul of France,
has bee'rikrrestcd.at Montreal, Que.,
on a chargo of inakiug false declarations to defraud the customs, fiusi-
.hose, men assert that tlm fra[ids upon
(lie customs amount annually to hundred* of thousands, if not-millions of
,M\t*   ....   .    . ;,,,■•:-.,*.,., j
TKe 'people ol 81','Louie are'apprehensive bf a cholera opidemio during
the coming spring. They, had oholera
vWilMD ana 1800, in each caso pre-
coded, byhigh waters ip.th? Mississippi, and another seventeen years hare
I'bbMo aboatVt     ' ' ■AftV
. «... • ,i~^—-*^—rrr',-,' ■
Wyvtt 1iaVe ohpice nqtato'eVto keep
for seed' put tlioin 'in a box of sand
,,in the cellar. They will not sprout nor
frooKc. .   .'
This day has gifen the people time to
think, and rend, aitd onjoy family life,
and without it we should havo beeomo
an ignorant, brutish, machine-people,
like the low peasantry of Continental
Europe Take away this rest-day, nnd
you undermine our high moral nnd
educational condition ns a peoplo. You
turn us Into n nation of mere "work-
ies." The cry of religious oppression,
aa against Sunday obscrvnucc, ia n device of the ouemy. It is but tho voico
of soulless corporations, and of the
proprietors of drinking-snloons and
othor demoralizing places, who wish to
mako thoir great gams on Sunday, aud
care nothing for the woltaro and hap-,
piness of tho people. They are the
oppressors, and the advocates of a day
of rest aro tho staunch support on of a
true freedom.
, America has three bulwarks of liber
ty—a freo ballot, a free school, and a
freo Sunday, and neithor domestic
trenchory nor foreign impudence should
bo permitted to brenk them down.
Tlie Century.
Wkll as EvKn.—Lottie Howard writcB-
from Buffalo, N. V.i-—"My system bo'
camo greatly debilitated through arduous professional duties; suffered from
nausea, sick headache and billiotisnoas.'
Tried Burdock Blood Bitters with the4
most beneficial effect.   Am well as ever!
.. Erysipelas,. Scrofula, , Salt llhuutn,
Erimtions, and all ilisea'scaof..'the*.Skin
aiiir^ffi(rd'(af Pi*1ittlxAuii'tH>y Bur-
(tbcflftiml Bitters. *It JHtlfcVI foul
lmpior". <roiu   tlickJjyjtuiui imparting
*""*••'
JAMES   MORRISON,
•: ',<,     I   ;i, '-. '-!
,iis>.l^|V|t:-V'A:NO;-?^',' '.,
Land aud General Agent,
—AND—
C-O-UJ-mVi A 't'TREET,   I
(Opp. Celenlill Iletel)
Ni:.W   W.ES'i'il INST Ull.
,:!   ! .   . 1.4  -       ■
.' .-aTSeycml good .*->rmfi' for $0,10 and tb
Lcnso. iibl'O'
Every Man to his Own Business
__.   _°E3ELB',
PRACTICAL
CHEMI8T& DRUGGIST,
columbia'street
■.   .    ■■ fPV.'ll QOLOftiAl, UOTKH,     ,
NEW wfisTM^S-TER,' B."o.
Phyilclans' l're»erlj)ltoi)» and Family Rctlpos« specialty. *••- ■>
' N. rB. —'Only QcuuiiiV Drhgi iised.
Over iwcutvvears'experience. . inljlSl -
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HbtrSE,
t.^EI^AdENT
Rent -aad' Debt Collector.
SEVERAL «000 FARMS FOR. SALE
Aaritnt Tor the TRAYItliKRg' L1FK
and ACCIDKNT .INSIIBANCK CO.
Hartrordi Colini
.Columbia slreot.,
New
dod
OPPICK: -
Westminster.
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
reAl estate agents,
Conveyancers" &'Aocountants.
BHSIS, 'hCllT»'-M.i-00»-iRCTRD,
Loana Negotiated, .and. a Qenernl
.'v  Agency-Businese transacted.
'*.     ••      AOKNTa'FOR'THK.
l'henlx Hire Insurnnrc Company of
•   ,    . Brooklyn, and the
Kqultalile. life Asinrancc,. Society
.   ofthclInltodSUtPs,.
•,'„;;;     (OLI-iBIV   »TKi:iT,
*..NKWe WBSTMINSIEB, ,R. C.
P. 0. Box40i	
T
Hfi;. LARGEST  AND   CHOICKST
iwsortment of nll dosciiptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on liaiiil, and snpplind to l-'am-
ilU-4, K€st4iuimt8,aiid Btcamlwata at the
lowest Possible prices; •
ROYAL CITY
nu us t
Z.IMITE-D
HAVE ON HAND AND ARK PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
it,
-AM. DKHCWfTIOM- OV-
lOugh & Dressed Lumber,
,      MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning, Scroll-Sawlmr, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   VASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICWARD STREET,
NKW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Makaokr.
Popular Market!
' RE-OPJENED BY
U. NELSON & CO
> Whole.ole* Retail
BUTCHERS
iTlOKSTJLNTLY ON; HAND A.LARGK
\J and. Choice 'assortment of
Im§h&Mt Meat*?,
Of nil kI iid-i.
N,|lcvri'HttJ(> -illrorl from our owa. Rwftrli*
•KriiMN Uuukcn. , .
. , ^.Families, Roatinuants, Hotels,
CampSi Stcamei-s, anil Ships supplied at
Bed-Rock prices. (123
. tin Highent cash .price paiil for Hldos.
. All billa will bo made out ou the 1st of
each month, and must bo (laid by the 1 "ith
FARMERS'* MINERS?
IMPLEMENTS
AND A OENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HARDWARE.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE    is'ii'ERfeiY   61VEN,
thtt the City Taxes for dUSi! arc
nowdiieaiKl'iiayalih^attlie.tiflieeof the
City Clerk. .
' '      ■'   •   JAMES ORR,sC; M:«,
Now West., July 3fl,- 1882.
jyM
.       THE BEST BRAND OF
Fldur,
Bacon,
Beans,
'.       .Groceries.
Ready-Made Clothing!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRJ   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
'.,  ,.THlS. MARKET.
■'■ -ifip* .Stpjage'  nhd   J-orwnrd'uig
dono nt reasonable rn'en     ,   ,, ..
REID ft HUDSON.
,tjj-12-ein     ...   '     , '■''*'■
J. K. PLEACE-4 CO.
IMPORTEIta ASliDEAIiBltS IS
I
STOVES,
BANGES,   &C., &C.
House Furnishing Oo ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the IX)WEST MARKKT RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All ItliidH or Wnicri|»lpc w«rk, at vm-
HunuMt- rale», liy m cuuiiit'tuBl Wwk<
mini [ futliflirliAH (-funrnutrt?-!.   '
SW Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLBROOK'S HTONK KIII.IIIXC,
New Wt-Hlnilniitrr.
GO TO THE
SAN FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'8 WORTH,
BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
description made to order, and repaired, from an ■ , .
INFANT'S  SHOE
,, —TO   A—
' ' JjstJ.Jk.TTB    BOOT.
Tlie. lilgUca(CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES BOITSSEAIJ,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Ori'iwiTE tiik Bask. '
IMPERIAL ii:
FIRE INSURANCE COMH.
I Ou>BboadSt. and 16 1'ai.i. Mali,,
:      LONDON. .
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHER
Buildings, Goodi, Waves,- Xkivhnn-
diso, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build-
ins and repairing, Barges aud other Vos-
Helfl on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on-board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 108S OR DAMAOK DT TIBS.
"Subscribed end Invested Capital,
£1.(500.000 STG.
' Ratcti of Premium and evory information can he obtained on application to
W. J. ARN8TR0N6,
. -Agent for New Westminster,
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS POR
■ale en rensenable term, a lew half-
bred Ayrahiro yearling Bulls, aired by the
Thoroughbred Ayrthlre Bull ' "
-D'D'F-F-aXtZ-M',
Tho dauia being dioioe. dairy oowa.
A. 8, VEDDER,
jell Suiuai.
OUCIDMT Ut
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. G.
The Only Fire-M Hotel
in the City,
THE (IDLIM DFI-itUTOT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
baa piirchaaed the above Hotel, whore
everything will br found firat-clans, and
at reasonable ratea.
The Parlors nnd Sleeping Apart.
metlts are uuder tho aiiperlntendence
of Mr*. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Prlvnte Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, ia
provided for the use of guests.
V-BCXl   BAR
Ia supplied with the choicest brands of
Wises, Ligi-mu, Ciiiaiis, Ao.    ,
JNO. AUSTIN,
lltOPMKTOK.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BTJKKAED,     INI.ET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and CommodlouH.
ONE OF THE BEST NOTEU IN THE HAIKUND.
Commands an unbroken view  of tbat
inaguificent sheet of water known as
Coitl Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
aiuii   mw   b-mnh   »•■ •fimun.
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tiie scale of charges will he found to
be strictly moderate.
. Good stabling on the premises,   r
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Pkopwetor.
COLUMBIA STBEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM*
pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment. I have tlie pleasure to announce'that'it» pow
» ■*-se: r*r
For tho reception of Guests.
Conveniently located, aud.well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And'all*lhe most modern appliances, It
will be found in overy respect the but,
as It is the largest and most oommodious.
Hotel on ths Mainland.     ;
The'.'-  >■■
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards omsiNC and
attendance, and parties desiring tltem
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance. • ■     -
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines and
Liquors, and the beat brands of. Cniius
will always be bept on hand.'
THE BILLIARD ROOM
la spacious and well appointed, and pro*
vldcd with Sthakiji's Pamst CUSHION
TABLKS, the best in use.
tr Good  attendance  and   moderate
charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
PKorRmmB k Manaoeb.
December 1,1882.
de6
SUBSCRIBE
OR THE British Columbian, the
_   Nowsuapor on tho Mainland of Brit'
ish Columbia.   Only t9 a year,
F
for §,Ut or fo |Unt.
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A First-class amkrican ba.
GATKLLK  TABLE,   iu  porfcot
order.   Apply to
JAMES l'EKKINS,
Painter,
fe28ml Union Hotel, New West,
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO
W. R.   LEWIS,
New  WeHtiiiiiratei,1 B.. 0.
FOR ~SALE:
A SPLENDID SPAN OF MATCHED
(•ray Horace, stand respectively,
nftecn one-half and siiteeu liands high,
and girt about six feot; aro well broken
aud suitable for farming or carriage purposes.   Apply to
CHARLES TURNER,
inhUwll ■!! Chilliwhack, B. C.
Bare Chance!
GOOD BUSINESS HOUSE
FOR SALE ONEASY TERMS
SITUATE ON   FRONT   STREET,
opposite Pioneer Wharf,   Suitable
for Store and Hoarding House.
For further particulars apply en the
premises,
mhlOte E. E. GREYELLi
tor^saleT ~
LOT  2,   BLOCK   IX.
"      I,      " XXII.
"    10,      " XXVIIL,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO —
LOT   4,   BLOCK   I.
"   8 4 9,    "        HI.
"      4,   .. ti     .  V.
"      3,      ," X.
"  18, 1(1, * 20, BLOCK XIII.,
Suburban LandB.
Apply to '
H; V. EDMONDS,
New Weatniiuster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
ailMte Victoria.
Rare Opportunity!
THE STATION HOTEL, PORT
HANEY, MAPLE RIDGE,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE PROPRIETOR, WISHING t6
enter' iiito the Goods business, offers'to dispose .of his new and comfortable Hotel, furnished pr unfurnished..
The House has accommodation for 22
guests, with-wood-sheds and out-houscs.
There is a splendid well of .water on
the premises; in fact  everything complete for a first-class Hotol.
Liberal tenns of payment.
WILLIAM ROSS, ;■'■
Proprietor.
Port Haney, B. C,
8th March, 1883. inhl-lnil
Delmonico's Restaurant
COLUMBIA   STREET,.
Three. Boon Above the Colonial
Hotel,
WILL OPEN ON FEBRUARY 5,
1883, and will be the best and
the favorite restaurant in the oity, as it
will be the fiuost and the one most thoroughly kept.
otstus, mint, ni mm,
All that-the market affords will be
constantly ou , hand. . Cleanliness and
good order will be the shining virtues of
the establishment.   No Chinese book em-
MRS. WM, SINCKRBAU,
juj'31 Proprietress,
InTHEOW'S
HOTEL
HASTINGS,  B. I.
THIS SPACIOUS -KRW HOTEL
ia ttbuirably situated as a resort
for those in search of health, snort or
pleasure, being in a central position for
sea-bathing, shooting, fishing, boating
and sight-seeing.
It combines all the conveniences of.
hotel with tlie quiet comforts of - Home
life.
The apartments arc lofty, well' ventilated and afford a cheerful outlook.   '
Tlie mistm is presided over by a true
artfote.
Iu tlie
' ■« JmV  MM
Will always be found Liquors and Cigars
of tiie choicest brands. ■
Abundant stabling aud shed-room for
horses and carriages. -
D. WITHROW,
OC28 PROFRIITOR.
S, H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
OI.UMII' IT,, Nl* WUTHINITII, 1C.
haw yum., um nrri.vti, .hum.
.  Mm. cumnv eBwn>,
Himn BBAira-iED,
SEWING-MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
..Needles for.S«,le.     ■
llmkrtllM <te.*H, ..* seneral tlem&t.
Ixaealtr <■•>'.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full aasort-
ment of Reloading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportamto.' 'R»n.is, SHOT
Guss, Revolvbus, Md-FlSBiHO Taoklk
for sale. 42*T NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Reward O.Todd
"Glengarry" J. D. Pemberlon
NewOoods B- Elliott
Notice •*. bring
Seed PoUtoea M. Stores
Concert. Choral Union
For Sale 0. B. Corbould
Appointments,. .Provincial Secretary
lhe §ritigh golttmbiitn.
~auera.r mtalat. Mart* M. una-
Iir. J. A. R. Homer, inenilier of
the House of Commons (or this dis.
triot, has brought before the house
« resolution asking for reciprocity
between British Columbia and
Sandwich Islands. Wo hope the
resolution will reoieve favorable
consideration, for thore ahould be a
considerable trad* between ua nml
Sandwich Islands if the interchange
of commodities waa freo from vexatious restrictions.
Tht feeling aroused in England
sinco tht dynamite explosion in London ii very Utter against the Irish.
We are told that several luge employers of Irish labor hive discharged their men, end thet Irish
servants era seeking for situations
in vain. The foolish assassins who
play with dynamite under cover of
patriotism may find thtt they have
added materially to the burdens of
their coupttriota instead of lightening them. We do not believe that
any good result can possible come
from these outrages, but they will
certainly materially lessen the sympathy which Ireland enjoyed in her
distress.
Dosl Forget IL
The time for receiving tenders for
tbe esttbliahtMat and maintenance
of t statu ferry acioes the river at
this eity expires on tho 12th proximo. We do not know whether any
tenders have yet been received by
the government, but we hope some
one oompetent to carry out the undertaking will secure the charter.
The establishment of t ferry across
the rirer it a matter of very great
importance both to the oity and the
settlements on the south side, and it
would be extremely unfortunate if
tht scheme should ftll through for
went of enterprise ori the put of
tht people. The wavt of immigration hat already ravjfe|d our shores,
tnd hundreds more art now on the
way. It is fair to presume thtt t
large number of these will become
permanent residents of the provinco,
tnd thtt t ftir proportion of them
will take up Itnds on the other tide
of the Prater. We understand thtt
it it now quite certain tn arrangement will soon be made through
whieh the railway lands will be
thrown open to settlement. This
will put into the marktt mtny tracts
of tht finest of our lindt, tnd will
be in additional inducement to agricultural development At soon aa
work it begun on the railway from
the boundary line to the 0. P. R.
the ferry it thia city will become a
very profitable enterprise, and there
it very little doubt but that railway
will be built sooner or later. Independently of the railway, however,
we are of opinion that a steam ftrry
would pty handsomely within t
very short time, if not from the very
■ A HweeplBt Indictment.
Accompanying the last number of
Jtutiei, a journal published in New
York, comet a map showing tht
qutntity of Und controlled by nil'
way corporations in. tht United
States. The exhibit it i very tug-
gtttivt one, but the declarations of
Justice on the wty legislation haa
been influenced in the United States
by railway and other powerful corporations is really startling. The
following ire only a few sample paragraphs:
Ihat Gould, VanderbUt, Huntington,
Stanford, Saga, Field, to., twaaty years
ago wan comparatively poor men, and
to-day thaat five man tie worth propably
♦500,000,000: and through the corporations they control, wlald the power of
tt.OOO.OOO.OOO.
' That they control absolutely the leg's-
latum ef a majority of the States In the
Union) make and unmake Governors,
Judges, United States Senators and Con-
giistnmi, and under the forms of popular
government are practical dictators of the
governmental  policy of   the   United
Ihat within twenty years two hundred
asilUou of acres of the public lands have
been given to corporations, equal to
about fair teres for every man, woman
and child In the United States.
That thia wealth and power has been
eaaaked largely through bribery and
mnption. Th. Gould testified In 1873
that be contributed mosey to control
lagUatlon In fow States! and It was
proved that the Erie road, In a single
year under hit mintaernent, disbursed
mote than. IUMM0 for thia purpose.
Hit interference with the administration
of our courts of justice Is illustrated by
hit telegraphing United States Senator
Plumb asking him to support Stanley
Mathews for the United States Supreme
Court. Aud the striking spectacle was
presented of Whitehtw field, editor of
one of the leading Republican journals
of the country, and Henry Watteraon,
editor of one of the leading Democratic
Journals of the country, lobbying on the
loor of the United States Senate to secure Mr. Mathew'a confirmation as Judge
of the Supreme Court of the United
States.
That K. D. Worsester, treasurer of the
New York Central Railroad, testified before the late Constitutional Convention
of the SUte of New York that that road
paid $205,000 one year and $00,000 another te obtain legislation, and that it
was obtained.
That the Congressional investigation
of the Credit Mohilior swindle showed
that $17,201,000 profit was made by a
syndicate of Congressmen and other pub-
he men} aud it is a well known fact that
many of our public men have become
ver)' wealthy without auy visible means
of so doing.
That Congress is packed with corporation lawyers and other representatives of
monopoly interests; measures in the Interest of the people are retarded, smothered or throttled, while those in the interest of corporations are consummated
without the slightest difficulty.
Every one of these charges, Jui-
tiee declares,' ia beyond dispute. : It
might bo worth While for the people of Canada to 'consider how far
the condition of affairs above shown
applies to thia country. We have
not yet many railway companies
controlling extensive tracts of land.
The Canadian Pacific Railway ayli-
dicate, however, has possession of a
very handsome land subsidy in the
North West, and other lines east of
the Rocky mountains are being continually subsidized at the expense of
onr public demajn. We should not
wonder if, a few years hence, Canadian railway companies would pot
acts more land in proportion to the
population of the country than those
of the United States. ■ Our unoccupied territory is still vast in extent; but it is not exhaustless, and
the day may not be very far distant
when we shall sincerely regret onr
liberality to the railway monopolies.
We hope and believe that no corporation controls the governments
of thia country, but the people cannot be too careful in guarding
against such a possible contingency.
It is not many years since, the government of Canada had to resign because it lent itself to the schemes of
a railway company. The facta
which came out at that time were
sufficient to warn us against placing
too much confidence in governmental
when then are rich railway corporations about seeking special legislation. The monopolies and legislative corruption which have grown
up in the United States should be a
standing admonition to the people
of Canada.
SEED POTATOES
CONSISTING OF THB TWO MOST
noted varieties, "Beauty of Hebron") considerably earlier than the Early
Rose), and the "Burbauk Seedling." To
be had of Jims Wist or D. McPuauen,
New Westminster, or the grower,  '
M, STEVES,
mhSlml Lulu Island.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Wood
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
up to the fith April, 1883, at the
office of tha 0, P. N. Co. for the supply,
ing of their steamers with wood at the
New Westminster wharf for the season
of 1883. For particulars apply at the
office, The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.    Address tenders
JOHN IRVING,
Manager U. P. N.Co.,
me31 New West, Office.
NEW   GOODS!
E. ELLK>TT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST ARRIVED, A GOOD SELEC
tion of DRY GOODS, oompristag:-
Uees. Elkkeas, tread. IkwrihCmrU,
biles' aad deals' ■etc, Cellars, Ties,
aat aUaekerekkO, mats aa* Bress
Seels. CMeaacs, naaaela, Iklniats,
Calleaes, tkawls,
el's Ttrekeae Mat.
■Isaketi, ate., Cleew.
rn TJTJ
CHORAL   UNION!
WILL GIVE THEIR
FOURTH CONCERT
—AT TBI—
SKATING    RINK!
—OK—
Monday, April 16th, 1883.
Further particulars in due time. mliSl
FOR SALE.
rnENDEItS FOR TIIE PURCHASE
i. of Lot 934, Group 2, District of
Now Westminster (160 acres), the property of the late Philip Johnson, will be
received at the office of the undersigned
at the City of New Westminster, up to
the 1st day of May next..
There Is on the above property a good
House, Barn, Smoke-house, Root-house;
7 aeres fenced in and under cultivation
40 acres fine prairie land, and B acres
chopped and; burnt; a fine young orchard,
consisting of apple, plum and cherry
trees, also small train. The timber consists of alder, cherry and vine-maple.
A never falling stream of spring water
runs close to tbe house.
Half purchase money to be paid downi
balance secured by mortgage eu tho premises at bank interest.
'!•     GORDON E, CQRBQULD,
.    ..   New,Westminster.
Dated Mareh 30th, 1883. mhJl
REWARD!
A REWARD OF FIFTY DOLLARS
. will be paid for the recovery of
the body of -Richard Bailey, a half-breed
boy,' who Is supposed to have been murdered ou or about the 16th instant.
C. TODD,
Superintendent of Police.
New West., March 28th, 1883.   mhSlml
Provincial Secrltary's Office,
09th Mareh, 1888.
HIS HONOR  the   Lieutenant Gov
ernor baa been pleased to make
the following appointments:—
James Alexmdeb Sivewkiout, Es-
autre, M. D„ to be Medical Officer of
ke Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster, rice Hen. T. R. Mclnnes, M. D.
John Jussor, Esquire, to be Immigration Agent at Victoria. mhSlml
TIMOTHY   SEED I
alse-Barawaie, Teals, Mer ntllnts,
task raateaen, screws. Kails, ale.
Aeent for Harper Twttsat-we' Wask*
ileTprlte U'odon. Hurles"" Vienna Kihl-
billons. Will wash for family of I In S
hours; no Ironing). mhsl
THE    PURE-BRED
CLTDESDALI STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs. Dam and Bin
imported from Scotland. Bright dapple
bay; n hands; weight, 1800 lbs. Will
make the season, 1st May to 1st August,
at Goniale'a Farm, near Victoria,.
TERMS: 125, due 1st Aug. Insurance |35, due when mare in foal; pasture,
$1 per week. Hall steamboat fares allowed to mares from a distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accidents, but
at risk of owners of mares.
J, D. PEMBKKTON,
mh31tc P.O.Vioteris,Box246,
A FEW HUNDRED POUNDS OF
choice Timothy Seed for tale.
J. KIRKLAND,
Hazel Grove,
mli28t0 Ladner's Landing.
$100 REWARD!
A SUM OF MONEY, AMOUNT-
ing to about ♦320, wu stolen
from my store at Maple Ridge on the
16th March, and I hereby offer a reward
of $100 to any person who will give such
Information at will lead to the convic.
tion of the thief and the recovery of the
whole or any part of the money.
nihSSW
GEO. HOWISON.
New Fish Market!
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT 8TREET,
Kast of the Holbrook House, where will
be found a full supply of Fiah of all
kindi and of the belt quality.
Purchawi delivered in any part of the
oity.   A call ii solicited.
Executors' Notice.
In tht Good, o/ PHILIP JOHNSON,
formerly of Langley, Deceased,
ANY PERSON HAVING ANY
claims against the Estate of the
late Philip Johnson, of Langley, ia requested to forward them at onee, and all
persona indebted are requested to pay
the amounts to
JOHN MAXWELL,
JAMES MACKIE,
»       Executors.
Langley, 26th March, 1883,
(STY PROPERTY!
FOR_SALE.
A RARE CHANCE!
HAT SPLENDID, WELL-BUILT,
and moat healthful Residence,
HILLCROFT
T
HOUSE,
in the centre of a 2-acre lot
(being lots 17 and 18, cor. Queen's avenue and Douglas at.), fenced and well
laid out; good carriage drive, stables,
Ac; part of the ground planted aa at
orchard; an eiaaustless supply of excellent water on the premises) within 10
minutes' walk from steamboat landing.
»5,000.
Lots 2 and 3, Block 29, Royal Avenue,
with 8 rented tenements thereon; a good
supply of water.   (2.000.
Lot 1, Block 28 (2 chains square), with
2 rented tenements thereon, and good
supply of water.   11,800.
7 lots, subdivision of lot 40, Block I)
has a frontage on St. Andrew's, Pelham
and Halifax sts. Five lots for 1100 each,
and 2 corner lota for 1150 each) or HOO
for the whole.
320 acres good land, being west half of
lot 13, township 2, Surrey municipality,
New Westminster District. This lot Is
admirably situated, part prairie. The
Serpentine river runt through a portion
of ft, giving excellent facilities for reaching the markets by water. 13.12) par
acre.
' The whole, or any part of the above
properties can. be purchased. for part
cash, the balance beiag covered by mortgage bearing 10 per cent, interest.
R. W. DEANE.
New West., Mar, 20,1883.        mh28to
COUNTY COURT.
N°
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
_.    the next sitting of the County
Court will   be .beat cti Warn-near,
April 18th, 18»JF
Dated March 23rd, 1813.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
mh2ttd New Westminster.
^W)ifh
SAWS
■-ALCIO--
Engines, Boiler-1, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting. Packing;, Hose, tc, 4c, ftc-
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure ia aaaauaclag that he ia now
impend te supply all klads of.Fuml-
ure, k,., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work aad Upholstering don.
promptly and In first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches. Tha undersigned
haa the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manage' Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store.       ' auStc
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—ann—
MUSICAl, IHSTRUMSNT8
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Atatortment; from 125 to $80,
BAGNALL feCO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
60VKBKMKXT SHUT, YIOWEIi
J. B AON ALL,
FiAMoroRUAOaoANToiitaARirAiBin
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
•aim Ratal, Fwtfncor ■uiuw,
'II >VATU **T**fllT,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Ot Liberal advances mads on Consignments,    j ,.;
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Viotoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and th. Districts.   -
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock lu trade, or Foriture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sals, can llnd a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Ofiiee of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatneta
and dispatch.
•■re er Marker Matter awl rets War.
ten. Ml
Md Hi
ami
MBIT WARD
•rib OO.
VICTORIA,  B. C,
COMMISSION HEBCH1IT8
INSURANCE   AGENTS,
EXECUTIS INDENTS FOR PRIN-
clpal Exports and Imports.
OFFER CHARTERS to Vessels Sesk-
•H-      . .
LIBERAL   ADVANCES   made on
Consignments.
Agents for the Celebrated Brands of
FRISK IITIl CAHSW SIMM,
vir»,
EWEN k CO., "LION."    ,
B. HAIGH k SONS, "STAB k TBI-
■... f|   "ANOLK."    ,
. ion mhii ni iiiniN mumm m
jCURTISS A HARVEY'S Sporting and
Blasting POWDER,
JOSEPH KIBKMAN k BON'S Prist
Medal PIANOS.
JULES ROBIN ft CO.'S BRANDY.
. nuoBTtaa or
GIANT POWDER, CAPS * FUSE,
WINES,   LIQUORS;   HAVANA CIGARS, Ae,
mnhii mini w iimn emmm m
ROYAL l*My-t*»*-Ot* OOMMNV (Fettl it
AHM OOAWANY. ,
ITANDARS. Un AltUeuVtSOl aeetPAHY.
UNION esAMNI IHIUWAHfH QoataAle-/
Risks accepted and Losses promptly
paid.
Represented in Londea by Means. H.
J. GARDNER ft CO.,« Quesn Victoria
Street, Es C.
(Commercial Row, Wharf St.,
Victoria, B.C., lMkafareh, 1883.
(mini).
NOTJCE.
ALL  PERSONS   ABB   HEREBY
cautioned against cutting er re-
moving timber of any kind from off leads
held by the Hastings SawmUl Company,
at parties doing so vrithont ptralsaioa
will be prosecuted, ■•
BICHD. H. ALEXANDER.
Burrard Inlet, B. C
12th Dee., 1882, dell
HATE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THKY ARE NOW
OPENING OUT, IN THEIR
New Store!
COLUMBIA STREET
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
OF
Drnp&ChemieaK
Patent lediclnes,
Dye Ms,
Pertaery,
Toitot Bieqnisites,
Fancy Goods,
lltlll
And everything usutlly found in a
first-okii Drag Store.
In leading Household Ooodt they
Potaah,Lye,EMencei,
Cream Tsrtar, Baking
and Washing Soda,
Whiting, Bird Seed,
White and Mottled Oaitile
Soap, Toilet Soapi (a
large assortment), afce., tfcc,
Which Will ba told aa low at pottiblt.
■•'■■'■' InOibthajr hava
Oaitor, China-Nut,
Neati-foot, Lard, Un-
seed, Sweet, Cod Liv
er, Turpentine, eto.
All ofltrad in luge or mall quan-
PURE ALCOHOL
Wholeaalt and KetaU.
Their Eaaiish tad ether lunpeaa
Drugs aad Medioinse an Imported
direct from tha Leadoa House tf
Mattes. Curling A Co., and thltgaar-
tatee ot purity aad eietllaaet It tela-
forced by eerefal tif tattlna at Qeode
on arrival
DR. CLARKE wUI hava chanee*
tha Dispensing Dtfartateat, aad having an txpariwet of tbeat tk yeare,
he hopes to give gar-321 —---'■-
The tiling of PhytWaat- Vrtterip-
tiou and Family Redact wM receive
special attention.
Ooodt not in sleek will be ptvaptlv
obtained when desired, aad avaijr effort "made tt matt the wfabta td eiit-
tomtn. '
Everybody ie invited to call.
REMEMBER THI PLAOl:
NOT MM TO COLONIAL HOTEL
N,w Wut., t*. $, 1883,       Ml
em
TRAPP BR08.,
General Dealer*,
New Westminster, b. c.
I
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■8
9
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H
\T
tlaPf.    -BBUUta,
l£L MAKE REGULAR WEEK-
, , ly trips between Mew Wastmin-
ster tnd Seattle during, atw seaaoa. .Sh.
will arrive at New Westminster on Tuesday, tad leave for Seattle on Wednesday
morning.   Por passage and freight apply
feUto' JAS. WISE, Agent.
FOR SEATTLE
the nm aoMw btiamir
E.E.GKEYELL,
-T-T-naa'jHiTii.^—'   ;!"*'^B'*
Dry-Goods, Groceriiii,
rreat si., »»a..r ta flask a.lfea.
HAVING PURCHASED PRINCI-
ptlly for Cash, I am offering goods
at th. very lowest remunerative ariose,
AtriallacoundenUysolio-ted. No tec-
ond price.   A lot of •-'-,-,-.«.. I
Boots and Shoes
OJfsrsd at a Bargain^    .
STAUpurebateadeUVereillatheolty
free ef charge, \Urt
C  M.  McNAUQTHEN
■S. S     •':
HAS JUST RECEn-EDTHE LARO-
est assortroent of Clocks nn held.
on the MalnUi.J of British Columbia.
Nickel Clacks, tt 12.28 (warranted)'.'
tali The-aaa' Nickel llarsi, at
f8.SO. >-n    -      .
All kinds of Etittl nd alee
Clocks.
'j- Wllthla-. WllckCt, coin sUv.r cases,
Don 116 upwards.
A fin. assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the Utest designs.
Mirer Nate Ware aad tillctl
Colchbu Siaxtt,
tu2 New WertmlnsUr; B.C.
TRAPP BR08.,
AMQtiONEER8
MlaECKSlB,
MMIB1 PiailKB WI1U,
FRONT STREET,
NEW    WESTMINSlKi.  ,'.
■■   '-.'    ■': >■-■• '.... (]
...
is-omt its Duica in • ••' ■"  A
Dry ecKMto, ClotfeliR,
:   Hats ail Nllllaerr,
ruer iowis, jicwcin,
Boats ndHhoe8,
Crotken, Citlerr,    .
Clttrs M TakMCM,
rmu art CwntHtaEery.
Stock large and w.ll aeleotad, AH
Ooodt Srst-eltts, and will b- sold at
vsry low prices for cash,
■able M. BCKpTHK.
-avrmvt-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGJ0NS!
Cutttaf Bona*, ItMt tttoan,
Fianoh Ban Stona Ohop-
ranninf Mills, dinar anal
Mohawk Plt-wa, ie,, Ite.
BTJENSftCCri;
VICTORIA, B. ©..
' toaint toa   ... ;    ->
fatmns&ipjfofiiOj,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO,
A. Hairii, San ft Oompanj,
BRAN-fFORD,   ONTARIO,
atkarae Eawen, BnalMrdri
-Hbarae Card Btadert.
lraalftH.Eawen aad BeaMtt,
w
mi
wo.
Ceiteiilal Iii***' lake,  Iprlag
Taetk Earrawi, Barlag TeSik
ralllvater, Braatrar7erala
- Mil, de., dt. .
sr Machines always on hand. Repairs
kept. deiT
■u, niauui) uuuoi uvuiuouji,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO. || Iht gtritiah (foiwnbian.
aalaiwar aera'aa, sftHfe M, lias.
■IKTU.
At Moodyville, on the -»Uiln.(,,tlic wife
of Cspt. J, Anderson prawn!
Fish are reported inpre plentiful, in
the river.
I    It ia reported that Hon.. Mr. Trutch
; hat Itft Ottawa for British Columbia.
1st ii said lhat thero is an. excellent
I prospect for building the island rail-
r'ikf: .
'I      Dr. Sivewright has been gweltedaa
medical attendant at the asylum iu  '
l<|ithb eti*   ;;' ;^..v '-■;,;":'-,*   *■■■
The efeauiert" lleliance and Win.'
I' , Irvjny want Up to Tale nn Wednesday
with full Joads.
Thereare about '300 ton's of freight
on the 0. P. H,. Co's. wharf here
waiting to. gcup rirer.
The Colonist says ita aniiouneement
of the abandonment-of.Kicking Hone
' put mutt have been premature.
The heose niet" on tiiuiisdey and
took up the Kootenay bill-which, was
discussed at ecnaidenble length.
The atiaa.tr ftincest linulselsW
peeled from Victoria this fprtno*u.
f' u^ri'S*-*8****^** «l*i^-Ir-*"l-<"
1    Tht  Canadian   Facile Navigation
season.   aSeadv      .If  §     jjji
porta on Wednesday morning, returning in the afternoon.	
: The theater, B, P. Rithet went to
. VlctotbJ^i IWeditattWrsbe will ba
repainted there tnd put in older for
the Ihroaghto-Xtlt route.
Tht Ddke Bf-' Aberc.rn has fiubhed-
i unloading taHs, and was towed to Hastings mill yesterday where she will
tako in a cargo bf lumber.''        '
i After, a few. wet. and cool days, -the
bright, warm sunshine has returned.
■j The rain haa materially helped vegetation, whieh b trow well-advanced.
The Reytl City Planing Mills Co.
.hard MQ <*00 shingles ready, for thip-
mtnt to Victoria. The tteamer Dunsmuir b eipected to take them down.
From'' census atatiitics it appears
thtt in 1980 there were 146,778.187
cordt of wood consumed, for fuel in
tha United States', valued at 1321,-
»62,»3.
Thi Colonist styt that Measrs. Ainsworth ft Co. offer to construot a wagon road from Shuswap lake to Columbia river, 45. miles, and take rJO.OOO
aeres of-land in paym.nt. _
Ctpt, John Irving hat bought the
four acres of land and villa residence
an M.nilet street, James Ray, known'
aa the Mist property, for a sum approaching f6000. -Colonist.
Mr<H, j*-..Dtene advertise,: some,
very valuable eity property for tale on
easy terms. Partita intending to pur-
cheat should look ovor the Ibt, which
'" be found in our advertising col-
.   gg ■'''Ti'-y-'-W-»«*•» -■■■     -i-iffSr,
Itiano-UTipii (iAwCV" Since* Mra
article; on, jfurn^|Mliyȣ'!on tTiej
ptge of; thb paper, was printed we
learn that>»3'sSdifHm I
pointed immigration agent at Victoria..
The appointment we beliovo it nre oV-
cellent one, and now the government
'cannot*' refuse a similar appointment
for thb i oily.      s^r
. Hoard or Htii/re.—Thero has beeu
a great Ideal of sickness in this city
during Ate peat few months. We believe -there is a city board of health,
and it would, perhaps, be worth while
to enquire mto the sunitary condition
iff'file City. The low landa lying to
the west are a continual menace, and
*soiHe<-scheme should bu adopted tu
-disinfect them before we nre involved
iu u pestilence.
i ..	
.4{lr.w SitAMEK.—Mr. J. W. Sex-
Will,- of tlie Nurth Ann, hns had a
new beat built for tho,North Arm
trade. She is 60 feet long, 11 feet
beam, ind is now ready to receive her
engine. Tho boat waa built by Messrs.
Tips' Levi and Suniucl .(Jalbick. If
timet, during the coming aeaaon are
tt lively at present appearances indi-
catoy. Mr. Bexmith will:'Ijb rewarded
Juwdsotiiely for hit entaaa-ise.
;., *i-aUNBxn.—The threejjsieu arrested,, oni susptcio.i of beiauMonnected
with the murder of <A|ley were
brought up before the mlgbtrates yes-
tarfcyj nuirning and remanded for 8
Iftyl j.The river haa been dragged in
Aeaieinity of the piece where Bailey
■ ennoscd to have been murdered,
tujpnii body could not be found. A
reward of 160 has beolrSiffered for its
recovery. The muting man's bat und
canoe have been found,     ~
fsli.irrSXntJle taiatien on sugar
; oaeWifthqf the whole tax de-
[vedtfrom Ihis alrvce.   The other're-
ductions:nJade fir' tlie tariff .-are expected
ba.ee?s!»<ie<»** a'+m *•*••»"«■ by another II I,.
^"TMOO,: *altMlife,0u0,(»0 in all of
taxatlenj lifted.   This is no sueh reform
us 'that voted for last fall by the people,
and it js not to be expected that the incoming Congress will allow sueh a measure to stand between it and ita duty.—
atolie.   j
Mr. Wiutemutt'i fleet, xeutbting ef
two tcowt, a pile driver, etc., and a
boom of logs, wtut down to Ladner's
landing on Wednesday to put up a
. foundation and wharves for tht new
cannery. :,.!t
. An Ottawa despatch says tht British Columbia portion of the 6th exhibit will be shipped to London it the
end ef the present month. In London it is aaid the exhibition promises
to be a very extensive affair.
A large gang of men . aro at Work
frttting timber tt Webster's mill for
Ihe Pitt river railway bridge. Thb b
in addition ta the timber cut at tho
Brunette MiUt aud at the Royal Oity
I PltningMilb for thtt bridge.
A private letter received yesterday
tram a gtntltmtn living in Renfrew
Co,, Ont., says then ire a number ot
people coming to Britbh Columbia
from that tection of the country. A
Una party wu to leave on the 19th
The tteamer Princes! Louise, Ctpt.
MeCulloch, cam. in -from Victoria en
Wednesday with a vary large laid of
freight-the largest aver brought to
thb i>rt by a local stetmer, She discharged about 300 tons hire arid took
the Gabaet) round to Port Moody.
The stwrakra Reliance and Irving
arrived dawn from Yah yesterday sftsr-
noon, bringing about 34 ptSMugers
aad » head of cattle for Mr. Greaves.
Tha Reliance leaves - far Up-river at
7 o'elockttb morning, and the Irving
will alto go' up aometime' during tht
day.
Tbt anticipated resalb. in Belfast,
Ireland, of the vbit of Msesrs. Moody
aad Sahkey haVa been far euotlled by
tbe reality. After Ike etptrience of
one day it waa found necessary to remote ths siet4lngs  to the largest
the services the agones'are of a'solemn
and inipreuivi character.
Kbom VioTOBii. —The steamer
Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner, arrived
from Victoria at 4:46 yes'erday afternoon with freight and the following
passengers: D. E. Somier, W. T.
Arthur, J. J. MoBride.and wifo,
Cushing and wife, McKenzie, Wm.
MorriBeld, H. Robio, O.' LeBoise, G.
Wadbains, Thompson, J, K. Suter,
U, Nelson, J. Kipp, M. Smith, A.
Oopeland, M. Kelly, A. G. Archibald,
G. R. Ashwell, and 20 Chinamen.
M-rmOtkw CtrutjOH-Rev; B, Rel
to*;-Miter.   Servfos' at Ha.(ni.-ifi
T p. ns.. Sunday Bchoel and Bible
Oltts at   330.    Subject   to-morrow
tvtaieg-"Worda of Comfort forbt-
reavad^pasMta.". tteela free; tlrani
cordially invited. —
A Uskvul Pen,—The stylographio
pen b one of the necessaries of our
modern civilization. If Hood's song
had been "Dip, dip, dip,1: instead of
"Stitch, stitch," it would have lost its
text at tho hands of MriLivermore,
who haa given his age ihu perfection
of pen, penholder, and caie, and ink,
all.,in one, handsome, aril always at
hand and ready for use, Tfhe inventor
lias put soma uew improvements into
it, and now what remains but for every
ascribe and letter writer tu find it on
his desk.   Ink, filler and; cleaner, nll
Lwith it. And to crown ell, the prico
been reduced to -A' Send that
amount to the solo agent, Mr. Louis
E. Dunlap, 290 Washington St., Boston, Mass., and the return mail will
'bring you this most perfect pen.—
Contributor, Boston, Mass.
 e,    i.'»t-
The May QuBts.-jThis beautiful
cantata was presented^ "by tho Choral
Union on Thursday m|at to a large
and. fashionable audience in the Skating Rink. The society may fairly be
o*Agrttulated upon the success of tho
piece. There was evidence of considerable training in the- choruses, and
tho fries, duets and trios were generally Well taken. It wad noticed also that
the:singers pronounced their words
with greater distinctness than usual,
wjiich enabled the audience to listen
With a more intelligent appreciation.
In presenting pieces of this kind it
would add very much., *o the effect if
the fingers would act out their parts
sufficiently to give dbtlnetnees to etch
character represented., Mr. Lo wen-
berg played the piano accompaniments.
It Waa intended to havo an organ accompaniment as well,.but through
tome unexplained delay 'the organ did
not arrive in time, whioh is very much
to be regretted. The society will give
itt next concert on the 10th April.
...     '	
From We.
(Hy Telegraph to the Columbian.)
Yau, March 28.—On Monday last
T. A. Freter, a biidge-oarperiter, who
haa relatives in Sail Franoisco, while
laying ties below Emory, fall off t
bridge backwards, a distance of 26
feet, striking his back on a crottpieee
during the descent, He wu immediately brought to the hospital here,
hut died tt 6 o'clock last evening from
(he effecla of the accident.
• Yau, Mar. SO.—George Rose, a
blacksmith 00 years of age, was working, in hb shop above Camp 16 yesterday when a large boulder came down
the mountain and struck, him with the
following results: left gem, loit kuee,
right thigh, both bones right leg,
broken; eempound fraettire of hones
of left foot, comminute", fracture of
bonea of left leg, deep gash across foot
and various bruises. Me was brought
into the hospital laeUeVeiiing by spe-
-111 train. The old man although all
Tpkan up b In excellent spirits.
The MfipleBldice License Halter
In another column we publish a letter froin the reeve nf Maple Ridge referring! to the action uf the license
court. | With respect-to the first part
of the jelW we /have tn.'aay that a
gentleman 'whose 'statoinejit'r.we ihnve
reason tn believe informed,!!, that Mr.
Dawsou excused himself for supporting at least on * of the licunses on the
ground! that he had pledged himself tu
the applicant in return for his support
At the: present1 time* *.■ must atcept
Mr. Dawson'* emphatic denial, sod
wo suppose liis j statement tb»t lie was
never even approached by any of the
applicants for licenses must be accepted tbo, Mr. Dawson's dafenco of tho
court inay be ingenious,, but it
Minly ii-nei-fatUaUefy^-'AB a oil _..
of fact did Mr. HcKeBby "erect i sub-
stantiti hotel l" or did he not tt up a
place formerly used ae a stable ao as to
secureithe license 1    We do not know
two other "hotels," to which licenses
were granted, come up to the require'
ments of that by-law we are of opinion that' tht1 'Bttriditrd would beat- elevating. But how ridiculous is the
plea put forward in behalf of these
licenses. The applicants had houses;
they wanted to sail whiskey; there wu
no reason' shown why the . licenses
should ilo* be gr»qUd; and. they were
granted. Now, we are not sure that
thorejb a houso in all Maple Ridge
with less accommodation than some of
those; which got lioen.es; and if every
householder.«'; the. ■ inunioibality had!
applied W.Oi,',eouirl,',wesuppose, according to Mr. Dawton's view of his
duties u a magistrate, every house in
the municipality would npw be a hotel I
If three licenses should be granted,
why i not six; and if six, why not
twenty! Is a licensingfcourtbouiid to
grant a license to every appucaiit who
complies with the law, or nave they a
discretionary power which enables
them to refuse when they know that
these "hotels" are really nothing but
saloons erected for the, purpose of making money out of the railway employees) Mr. Dawson mutt hive had hia
eyes: shut or he would have taken
notice to thp result of the establbh-
tory;l Is the uioral .condition of the
community better than it wu six
months ago, when no liquor wu auld
in the municipality? We leave Mr.
Dawson to antwerf and td ask himself
Maple Mdce Lleeaee Cotrl.
. Eprron Columbian.—I hope you.may
allow mo space In your valuable paper lo
correct misrepresentations' mode retard-
lot* the trantinti of liquor licenses ot
Maple Bldge. It has been asserted that I
supported the applications for license because I {pledged myself to do so If tbe ap-
pllcun'tf'voted for me In uy contest for
the reeveshlB, This I must deny. None
or the applicants ever approached me on
this subject, and I know for a fact lhat
some of tho applicants voted against me.
The circumstances whieh lod to tho grunting of tbo licenses are substantially us follow*: At the sitting of. tbe llci'tislug court
In Juno last, Mr. HcKeiiney applied for a
llceiiec to retail liquors in rtliawethcii
not erected. The license was rcfusedi hill
the court ugreedthAte license slwuld -be
gntntcd us soon at Ihe house was erechHl.
In view of this promise Mr. MeKeuney
creeled n substantial hotel, aiid,oupllcd
ror license tie before.' His appllt " '
supported by » petition 'signed
elglitka of llitf resldeiK Ktepayi
muulolpulity., There were no re
grounds for refusing to comply
.   iitingJL ._
lie other upuneants, M«wr..
xjifAsed wish of tHe.auMorrly of
ilo In BTsiillagMr.iMtKcniieyi.
.. .JgVS  —
hotels are  xumcleutly commi
Hanoy, buvl
iPW
fut
ly with tbc'pujbUe house byilaw.and
 .ore wus no reaertVshown w"-" *"'
iuppllcatlons should   But be gr,    .
'dceinod It my duly to grnut the licenses
sm
-H|>plloa for.
HlCNUV ItAWHON.
•1nV lr»«h Need Apjilji.'?
'    ' -An.
Lotpot, March 25.—Some rubbish has
been poblished here to the cffimt that the
...... BM jjjjj rendered verynervous
I the attack upon Lady Florence
Dixie, j Sueh statement b deserving of
th. most utter' contempt. The! Quean
hu more than the ordinary courage of
the Guelpht; tnd In tact the au repeatedly shown tbat it is no exaggeration to
.ejay she does not kuow fear. If. she were
-» depart from her habit of courage the
departure would certainly not be likely
to be in.pired by'Udy.l*loreace*l>iiieli
wild goose tale. The dynamite excite,
ment hat- in a measure died out in the
public inind, but there it a marked
growth in the general feeling of totter-
ness toward Ireland. Intelligence: office,
report an inability to procure situations
for Irish servants, numbers of whom are
being discharged dally, and from all tides
are accounts of large employers dismissing ill their Irish laborers. It b not
Subside that the persons who planned
e Westminster explosion had any idea
of the storm that hu followed it, or that
the English'public would take it so seriously to heart. ' Thi tone of the press
has changed greatly,: and hu In part become one of uneomprombiag hostility.
;With a' few more such demonstrations
the political merits of the Irish question
will be lost right of, if Indeed recent efforts have not already placed It beyond
the power of the present government to
with it.   What with Carey in Dub-
caution.
We beg to call tbe attention of the
trade and the public to the well-known
quality and elegance of finish of our
Gold Cases, guaranteed by us to be of
eighteen karat Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, u may be
stamped, and also to our mode of selling
the
chargmg only for the Actual
awson to nniwertand td ask himself
he thinks he hallperfotojtd hb duty
ngers
Acoibht. — »' man' named Bib-
WostV got Ms hand .badly out on
Thuriddy 'whlh' framing timber at
Webster's mill. bu. of jjte workmen
#at using an tdse,' and tha tool glanced, alrik&g Elbworth on the hand,
ywly'teveriagytwe of hit lagan.: ..
B. 0,   Exraist,—Messrs.   T." R.
Ptarton- A Co.' have given up* the express agency in this city, in ctmse-'
uaeaee of iucrsasiug business, and the
fipaass aumnttf have secured the
ttrvlau of Mr. Fred. Homer u agent.
Tht ippoiii'ment b an oxoell.nt one
and, we are sure,' will givo general
T. R. Pttaiot A Co, have just received a very large ueertment Of English
Church Frayef Books, Hymn Books, etc.
Every style and price, *
j American Tariff Clianires.
A copy of the Ameriun Tariff as re-
t.vited by Congress lies' before us. On
hasty examination we find that it makes
the following changes affecting Canadian
trade:—
The duty on iron ore b changed from
SO por eent, to 75 cents per ton. The
duty on combing wools is reduced u
follows: —Formerly the tax on wool
.worth 32 cents or lets wu 12 cents a
pound and 11 percent.: now it will be
cu wool worth 30 cents and less, 10 cents
per pound. On wool worth mon than
32 cents the tax wu formerly 12 cents a
pound and 11 per cent.; now the tax on
wool worth more than 90 cents a pound
will bo 12 cents, The tax on rye and
barley b reduced from 13 cents to 10
cent, per bushel. Hay is to pay 32 a
ton instead of 20 per ceut. The taxes ou
lumber of ell kinds arc left unchanged,
and the various articles that were formerly on the-free list are left-thore... As
vc;htiiterit»rii«
duties whitdi uveu most huavily upon lhe
u guardian of the welfare of Maple
Ridge. Bufwc maintain, furthor, that
the court in whioh Mr. Dawaen ut
wu not a legal court, and Mr. Dawson
must havo known A- Sect. 162 of the
Municipality Act sal,
:si"atwJ'U     V.ilii:'-,-    M   51 aiil
Notwithstanding any by-law ro the "on-
trary, passed by any municipality, licenses for the sale of liquors by retail shall
tuted In opon court only, and by a
' urates composed of the
i grantc
„jntjli of   _...r_.   .
mayor orf rdejrn.fno pellse wag-strat
nny), and any ono pr more justices of the
peace residents BUeb.mUn*ignall.-y; and
f he mayor or roove snail preside at every
sitting of sueh court: provided that sueh
court shall not utany time consist of less
than throe; and such court shall sit four
times In each year, vls.t on the lttb December,,Uth Mareh, 11th June, and Uth
septeiAMr.' '■ ■ ' .'.;■::-...■ ■'     .    .
New, will Mr. Dawson tail ua that
tho: court ovor whiph he presided on
the I6th intt. wu competent tq grant
licenses-'at tllf IVwm composed of
himself at reeve, Mr- Harris a resident
magbtfttb,"Aiift Mr. Campbell who
does not. reside in the municipality at
all. We'are informed that Mr. Harris,
who was j opposed, to. granting the licenses,'lift the cbiirt before any were
granted., ; If, this report is true, the.
court ws.'doubly illegal at tha time of
granting tire licenser—it wu not corn-
pond of resident riiagis'trttes, and it
consisted if lest *Jian three. If the report is not Irue, the.fact still remains
thtt a magistrate imported trom without the;-municipality aat. upon, the
bench, in direct contravention of the
statute we have quoted. Mr. Dawson
cannot plead ignorance of the taw.
Mr. Elliott, who ,went to (MapleRidg«
purposely to protest against these licenses, pointed out plainly tha illegal-
ily of. tht proceeding, but in spite of
his protests and hit annunciation ot tht
law M-..bawio».'»ted;feri eviry,H-.
cento Mkod. If ..he can gainsay these
asMttlbtf vbttaatl .bey wry gW
hear him, but for the present we must
adhere «-:*e.*teiia^»haUJi*dl4hot
act u it wu tht duty of a magistrate
to aot fit the premises. If our view of
the statute ft corroct*(alld we caunot
see how the 102nd..section can be
otherwise interpreted) not one of the
licenses under which liquor b now told
^hW^OTVnytK
selling liquor upon such tn authority
it violating the*liw and liable Mr Sue
or imprisonment. Now, will Mr.
Dawson, u a magistrate at Maple
Ridge, see that the law is •Ulforced.l. •
dynamite In Wet)
lof Irish .reform are' .
tories appear to take espeoltTpli
ure in Inoludiug America la all their
theories aid speculations u to the ap-
pearance of dynamite u ua element in
the Irish agitation. They seem unwilling
to believe that O'Donovou Rossaaad his
atsoobte. are held iu thorough contempt,
not merely by Americans, but by all
honest men.
UrowlherNewVork.
it •
In extent and even in proportion of
growth* New York city continues to, lead
cities of the country.  Th. Afuil sii) ii-
giv., with a doicji eolunms of de-
,     a very intereetislg itataajaatl* the
building for the put year.' The number
erected in 1882 wuINliand the tjsUd.
lag bureau bu Indieatiiml that ths mm-
ber erected during 1883 will bs still
greater; Tho estimated cost of the ttriic-
turss for the erection of whieh permits
were given during January it tt,u*M;870,
, fl more than twice the ooat of the build-
*  ings for-which permits were given during
January, 1S82.   The amount expanded
upon the buildings erected during 1882
wu 144,778,680, and by some it b estimated that the cost of those erected during 1883 will be 170,000,000. If it ex.
coeds 150,000,000 it will make the present year the greatest in the history of
building on Manhattan island. . The
value of real estate b higher than ever
before. The ground for the Drexel building wu bought at the rate ol 114,000,000
per acre, but since then a lot at the corner of Broad street and fcchang. place
has been sold at the rate of 815^,000
an acre. The best land on Broadway b
worth 12,000,000 an acre, and lots for
dwellings, u well u down-town busiuess
lots, are put at a higher figure thin ever
before. The quality of the building to
be erected, more than even the quantity,
marks the prosperity of the city. The
nine-story brick tnd iron building to be
erected cu the site of the old postoffice,
tnd to cost tl ,000,000, is the meet costly
structure whose plan hu been submitted
thb year, but one appartment house in
Twenty-third street will be twelv(itoriu
high, ind others will be nine or ten
stories. The ate of brick with ornaments
of terra ootta, indicates that solidity and
strength ire the ohief considerations in
the minds of builders, u they Might to
be.. i -        B i
pipei.
which a tag accompanies each one of our
Gold Cases, which plainly indicates net
ouly the gross weight of the case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
Iu explanation of the above wc desire
.to say that the old plan of charging for
the gross weight of the esse, as if it were
all gold, worked well enough as long as
the manufacturers were contout with the
amount of brass.aud steel actually required iu its construction; hut when the
business wu degraded into a contest u
to who should get the most base metal
into the least quantity of gold and call It
a Gold case, then the time name when,
in the Interest of dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary to .adopt a
Elan of selling, showing the buyer exact-
j how much (lol.li each case contained.
To avoid imposition, purchswrs of Waltham Watches will observe tliat every
genuine watch, whether gold or silver,
bears oiir trade mark on both cost and
movement. Gold cases are stamped "A.
W,Co.,"and guarantee certificates ae
company them. Silver oases are stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass:,
sterling silver," and are accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed ft. E. Bobbins, treasurer. The, name "Waltham"
b plainly engraved upon all movements,
Irrespective of either dbtiuguishiug
marks. Thb caution is rendered neces-
ury by reason of the fact tliat our cites
ire frequently separated from cur move'
ments, and put upon worthless movements of other makers and .Wee ,rr»o,
thus affecting injuriously the performance of the watches,, and vitiating cur
guarantee, which b Intended to cover
only our complete watches wholly made
.try ua. It b necessary also, because it b
so notorious u to be a public scandal
that there b great fraud In the metal
quality of both gold and silver cues u
now generally sold. We have demonstrated by frequent assays that many
gold and silver cases offered iu the market are debated from 10 to 20 per ceut.
from the quality they assume to bo.
Thb b a fraud upon the purchaser, and
accounts for. the low price at which suoh
cased watches have been sold.—Amsbi-
can WAtch CoMFAxr, Waltham,' Mass,
GIRL WANTED
TO DO HOUSEWORK IN A SMALL
family.      .
Apply to       MRS. HUNTER,
felO Agues Street.
WANTED IMMEDlATELV:
FOUR OK FIVE GOOD SEWERS
for the Dress-making Department
of the London House.
Apply to     JAS. ELLARD & CO.,
jny20 New Westminster.
In tne Supreme Court of
British Columbia,
Between TIIABBEIJ8 HAKFtk.Plaln
III)aid BUN-.'Ml' VanVOLt-KX
BMtfi uad ISAAC TanVUIiKKJI.
BKKfl, Defendants.
3STOT10B.
TBNlUtR* WILL BIS KK0MVMD BY TU*
Rt-j-Utnur uf Ibo g-i-irrme Court, eiidum-d
"Tenilf w fur tie I'urchiuc of TuuVutk«iilMirK dt
0->,'iB*ailb*o,"ui> to ■■*-)!) «f tlio Slut llurrh,
ioitai-t, when tlio Mine will bu njwiitd by llio iu!il
ItDglitriir, fur tlit*   '
l-^rrbNi-riua Vvhatlr at Ike HM*lHr*.-i mt
VtMtall-fNton- *ft «•.,  Malcfcri* mt
Vk-twtatM a tu«la| (fea-wra.   ,
Tbiprupcrt'/cuiiilitiiuftlieAlliiimbiKKutl'liii-c.
conior of Gun-rnma-iit mitl TntC-* Strwtt, OSko
ami Ship rurullurt- mtJ Ffltliigs, HuriH, Wii*.
oni. Cm-Is, num-wf, llan^W'lltmwiiiialatirjr-
tliluR ntctniuy for-coniUiitlu** hii vito-ulrobut.
cbiring bHln«M.   A imMI numbe-i- offe e»ttlt
"" *  k«M
HiJP
. —.,— _... , „_...      Jbla
Vwm tt CKdboru Bny,  1,100 uitm,  with &1I
PERKINS & CO.
mokenzie street,
NEW : WESTMINSTER,  B.   C. i
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j (In nil iu Uram-hea),
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IM", uml KAP.HOMIKIXU.
Upltolatortug, and Funuturo ltciieweil.
AU orders Bttouded t» promptly, and
satisfaction guamutccil. fe28td -
tet in
it 115,
uid Mont Ih iUIIi Ux-n ou Ii-uiU tt.be Jukciutt
~'~'"     tkm.   OimhI book il.-btn miuiiiiitiiiii to
W, »«•! OoudeWlll, bur. uf ViilaiHl
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Wttli, wbjttl, kt, A Vrtt-hobl If urn nt Cache
0rMk,«onUlnlaiil>uiit3U0Kr« under cultiva.
tlm.whhf nrkluiwIuKb, . brood -tin. wurk-
inj-MttrM, r«ni]lu-£ ImpUnienti, BuiMlitgri, nnd
»buut TOO loot H«y. Aim, ibont 100 liud uf
Block C*ttU.
A Mtuktd Cliniue fur » vvr cent, of iIk> amount
tu KCfMUlMny the tender. Kiitlurinl iwiwr, to be
■)i|>roTe-f by the Court, al aa, U) tti'diwdim in
euoal amouuti, benrliin iutirwt at Bmik nttt'a
will be taoeepted In payment of the balance.
Sale to be lubjoct to otmRmuUioii by a Judiro uf
tlie Supreme Court.
I"yrtUer iiarticularn can be ubtnltit-d from Mr.
BALKS, nn the prembea, or (torn
MK8BB8. DRAKE k JACKSON,
MnintUT'e Bulieltun,
Button St..   Vif-lurU.
HK8SB8. DAVIB k POOLBY.
DefindRuta' Bollciton,
uhTId Lugley St., Victoria.
Notice to Fishermen!
IjlBHINO LICKNSKS ISSt'KD LABT •
■    year expired ou Slat January last.
Fishermen are cautioned  iiguin"nt netting for Salmon witliout taking out'a.l*'
new licenm*T which are olitatnalile at iny'..
ollice betweeu the hours ef 10 o'clock
a. in. and? o'cloek p. hi, daily.   Saturdays, 10 o'clock a. ni;' to, J2 o'clock '.10011. , ,
Q. PITl'iiNPKItiH,
Fishery Ovoi-nct-r.
New WoHtniitiHtcr, ;        *'
_   7tfi Mawli, 1883. , iiiHOnil   .
T' HE . P^ETNERSIlip HERETO-
■ fore existing Iwfweeu TirtfstAH Lett '
Stahlhchmiut and Kobkrt Wauis trad-,
ing under the firm name of Stahlmch m hit
t Wahu, at Victxnia; tt. C:, as Commission Merchants,-Slstp-prng and Iuauruncc
Agents, has. been dissolved hy mutual
consent, as from 31st December, 1882.'
Mr, Rodekt Ward has assumed the
Liabilities and Assets of the late firm
and wilt continue the said business at) *
Victoria for his sole-account under tlie
firm name of Koueht Ward k Co. '
No. 4 Commercial Row, Wharf StreotV
Victoria, B.C., 15th March, (8S3.
(mh21)
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINI)KR, PAPKK RULER,
1 anil Blank Book Manufacturer,
Maps' and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magasiues, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
tlevrrnMCBt Street, Victoria. B. (I.
TOWNSEND'S
Port !Moody Stage
LSAVES NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. at 9 a. m. Returning, leaves
Bouson's at 3 p. m. Daily, excepting
Sundays. Orders left at Townsend's
Butcher Shop will be attended to
promptly. mli3ml
A Ron Atoirr our Nkjks.—A weak
stomach or enfeebled circulation It like a
rope about our necks. We are strung up
and unstrung alternately till existence
becomes unbearable. Burdock, Blood
-Bitters- *U1 arrest aU thu misery. Bur-
dook Blood Bitters is a boon to tho siok.
'lit ut all remember thia feci t < "
.Sommunicatwna.
'   A knotty Quesn-.il.
r*i»i»»ii. Hmcuu coj.uiiniAN.-lii put
back-room there nw aljouta iloseu. boies,
cacti Iwarlni 'tlw..liiscrlp(ion;i-yrfn. **>
Oullj'.* Hi,'nifnujfeetunra of wliite arid*
gwen,drumlatt glasswifre, Ptttsburi,Pa.
A nJrccj»ntc«<aM'ii'iis to tlio moaning of
Ihis IhscrlptToli.'Olid' of ns 'holds tint
Messrs. W. MeC. t (So. make glassware for
wli le and «non flruggts's; tUj. other, that
thcKmn-FS.**liltoalldlirc«n glassware tor
dhlMltird tfllBI s'uggMllon is.that h.y
,imE. wil KtmnUi tfwt Urugglsls andiglassr
wore, Hcverol learned referees give as
lilniiy dlfrfreht Interpretations, an* the
situation l.'tpslly becqmlng serious. In
tlie Iio|hi of reaching an amleabl. settlement, Vet, refer tho matter to you and suoh
!.^ee%!{^t^W£S^
reply Khali do m over their own proper
;'l"avy * Clark, Druggists, Renfrew,
date ef iune.fcd, vmte: - Vlimlook
Bloodi.Bitters, though compsratlTely a
hew preparation, hat taken the" lead in
thb locality ta t blood purifier, our sales
of ;it. being eoual to that of, all other
medicines used for the purpose during
the last yetr;"
Would you' avoid the Biliary complaints incidental to spring and aamnter*
Cleanse the system with Burdock Blood
Bitters, It regulates the Liver, .'Bowels,
Kldaeys.snd Blood, and it the purest
tonic jn the world.   Trial bottles 10 cts.
Sf T. R. Pearson kCo. wish'lodraw
attention to the fact that they are pre-
Sired'tb take subscriptions for all Catalan, American and British aewspapers
and periodical, at publishm' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of' money,—Adv.
A fuU   supply of that
'The Ronnrces ef
Rttoinujia,   .   .
eioellent monthly,
BritUh ColumbU," at T. R. Psirson *
Co.'t It It lust the thing to send your
.friends.   25ots. per copy.—Adv.
 Ji
Just received, a large
stock. 18 itsorted Pa-
ptnfer|l,-A.M.Hta-
nise, Drugglst,N,W.
rsrSHra Slid etluvr. dselrlst I
by •UrhH
agsatMl, rsersllt.
•   — djy call b.
IBCT   ._ .,   _rf	
iim, lend hMreM .1 one., os eostsl, to H. 0.
■ -    -rsiiottn * ■■
T»IUBsoetOo„IHsstim
lot Blre.1, Nn
Royal Golumbian Hospital,
VOTIGB.
, A LI, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
JA. ^against the Royal Columbian Hospital an requested to send them in to
the undersigned on or before Monday the
ind day of April, 1883.
W. H. KEARY,
mliMtd Hon. Sec.
Provincial Seirctarv's Ocfioe,
17th Mareh, 1888.
TTIS HONOUR the. Lieutenant -Gov-
XI ernor has been pleased to appoint
Auiander McLean and Petib Mo-
Quade, Esquires, to be official members
of the Board of Directors of the Royal
Hospital, Victoria. inhzthnl
Provincial Secrctarv's Oitice,
nth March, 1883.
HIS HONOUR tho Ueutenant.Gov.
ernor has been pleased to. place
the following gentlemen on the Commission of the Peace:—
Rotter Damn- tnd John A. Cab-
tiiew, Esquires, of Rivers Inlet, for that
portion of the Provinco known'as the.
'•Coast District" .      mh'*eml
;   Provincial Secretary's OmcE,
18th March, 1883.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thtt
XV Hit Honour the Lieutenant-Governor hat beon pleased to accept the resignation of Frederick Foord, Esquire,
of Salt Spring Island, as a Justice of the
Peace. .   . mh2Snil
IH THE LAND REGISTRY OFFICE
In the matter of the Land Registry
Ordinance, 1870,
—AND—
111 the matter of the application of
Charles Dii<by for a Certificate of
Indefeasible Title to Lot Na.8,-
Blook XXVIII, in tlio Oity of
New Westminstor.
VT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
X\    a Certificate uf Indefeasible Title
to the above mentioned Lot will Ge issued '
to' the above-named Charles Digbyon
tho Ist day of May next, unless Tn the
meantime a valid objection thereto be
made to tlie undersigned in writing by
some' person having an estate or interest
lu said Lot, or any part thereof,
. H.B.W. AIKMAN,
*.-i >■-.! .Regljtiiir.Geueral,
Iawd Registry Oflico,
30th January, 1883*     '"' • f63 ■ •:
ANNUAL JMEETIN8.
THB REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
ing of subscribers to the Royal Columbian Hospital will take place at the
HYACK HALL at« p. m. on SATUB
DAY, th. 7th day of APRIL, 1883, to
receive tlie report of the outgoing Board
and elect a new Board for the sawing
year,
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Sec.
New West., March 9,1883.      inhlOtd
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED SY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
beet tried by nearly every lady tn
town with success, needs little or no de
scrlption, bat for strangtrs the following
lt printed:—It does the washing for a
family In two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on the board; blue
not needed; doe. no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference tf desired. One bar
does' two weeks' wishing. The finest
totp known for ftce tad hands, shaving,
.te. Once used, it becomes t necessity.
Money refunded if the tbove Is not true.
The undersigned being th. first to Introduce it, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronise htm. Orders kindly received
by ElUrd A Co. and at Occident Hotel.
Beiig well known as igett for all
•••papers, magasinu, ana books sold
by tgsnts only, I need no introduction.
To those out of town, t letter will receive
prompt ittsntion.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mhJl.- New West, B. C.
PUBLIC    HIGHWAY.
CEDAR DISTRICT.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
X>. the following Highway, 40 feet In
width, it hereby established, in fedar
poii
tween Sections 8 and », Range 8, Cedar
District, distant 1,186 links due East
from the South-west corner of Section 9,
Range 3; thence on a surveyed liue, iu a
North-westerly direction, through Sections », .10, and part of 11, to the Vic-
toria-Comoi trunk road, and having a
width of 20 feot on each side of said line,
WM. SMITHE,'
Chief Commissioner of I*nds A Works.
Linda k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, flat March, 1883.
|rnhi8ml)
Notice to Claimants- or Land.
COAST DISTRICT.
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
IILI0U8HC8S,        OIZUHUt,
OYIPtRSIA,
inoiuirm,
JAUMDWl.
WtlPtUI,
UVT 8HHIH,
HEtmVRN,
HCADAOHl,
-nonr,
nurram
qmii Htm,
Kionr or
Tilt STOMACH
OHYHtlt
Of THS 8KIH,
specie, of ill..... arlslna Ire*
feoV2LrVTlW
T..IIlB0RH4.0.1,,~^aa>m»
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undermentioned lands in Coast
District have been surveyed, and maps
of same can ba aeon at the lands and
Works Department, Victoria, where
Forms of Proof md Declaration can be
obtained.
Lot. RuiCf, Date.
1      I     J.OIarles, AppUeslem
tosardiss. .........Sept. U, 111]
t      t >• ."   , V .   "
S      I     t. Sfc.ll.41. Pro.imp-
tloa R«., 1.H0 Juoi-  S,  "
4 1     W. a. Hallory, Pn
mplkm (ee., l.UI.ASI. 'J>, 1SSI
I      t     T.«aolbuU,*|>|'l<»<l"n
toplrduw. Sept. 1,188-J
t      t     J. Oulliaw, Pra.enp-
tloa »ee., 1,U> As(   >,  "
I      I     i. D. Warns, Appll-
.,- dlen to psrebu...Jttns 17,   "
5 , I     H. 1. OressJall., Pre- ,
eBptlonRK.,l,Ue..bec.   i, Im
16     J.D.Wures,Pre4Dip-' '      -
- tlealM.,lUS...,..,..art- JS, "
4 t     J. D. Warns, Applies- .  ,
Ilea topwebsC^..e«pl'.H,im
t     t     B. I. OroMsllle, Ap.   '
,   slles4UatoMNluM.Jin>*T, "
5 I     J.Wileoo,Pre..siplk.a T  '    '
tec.,   1,M» UW.M.MUl
The tbove or iny other claimant, to
th. abov. lets, must prove up their
claims In acoordanco with the provisions
of tho "Land Act, 1878," wlttlin three
months of the date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Leads k Works Department,
Victoria, a O., Mareh 90th, 1883.
 (mhMtd)
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against the Firm of ADAIR
k COMPANY-! Fish Canners, Fraser
River, in requested to forward the same
it one to tlieir Solicitors,
Messrs. DAVIE k POOLEY,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd March, 1883. inliT
NOTJCE
AN IMPRESSION HAVING GONE
abroad that I have disposed of my
property at Fort Haney, I hereby state
thai such is not the case.
THOMAS HANK.
tiiSOtc Port Haney, B.C.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISHCOLUMBIA.   .
BETWEEN
WALTER BLACKIEyPhWg,
ASD
JOHN COOPER,, Defendant,
To THE ABUVE-KAMKD DKi'KNI.AST:
NOTICE ii hereby given, pnnuaut to
mn Oiehstuikuie herein, liy the Houorablc
Mr. Justice Crease, bearuiu date the 8th
dny of Maroh iifstaut; default liavlug
beeu mule in thefpayuivut pf a certain
moiigagc made by tho defendant to one
Alexander Calder, dated 10th March,
1803, duly assigned by hiiu to the plaintiff, and a certain other mortgage mode
by the naid defendant to the plaintiff,
dated the 8th day of Deccuiber, 1863,
that unless the'nionej-B and interest so- ■
ented by tbe said mortgiigo are paid
within six weeks from the date hereof,
the plaintiff will proceed to sell tlie
mortgaged premises, either . by public
auction or private contract, without fur-
thei notice to the defendant.       '"    "
Dated at New Westminster, March116,
mbl7ap28
O. E.
CORBOULD,
Plaintiff's Solicitor.
LAND FOR SALE!
_ BY— :•
PUBLICAUCTION
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN,
instructed by Mr. Samuel Pass-
mere, of Matsmii, who is leaving the
Province, to sell by Public Auction the
(ollowius valuable property, at hir Residence, Matsqui, on
THURSDAY, APRIL 12th, 1881,'
At 12 o'clock noon. --''-*      • ■*  ■■
Known as Lot 410, Township 17, -um*
talus Ono hundred ami sixty acres of, superior land. Twenty acres thoroughly'
cleared and *"'H fenced wJtti cedar rails
and laid down iu Tiniothy. There is a
log house, good bam, sheds, and Wi
'   buildings for carrying on tho
irybu
fanning busint-Bii, a    	
chard in full Wring; also, a gootl kitchen
garden:-
,ess; good water; a tine or-
Known as Lot 105, Township 17. This
Lot adjoins' Lot One, coiAains One huhi
dred and fifty aeres of land unsurpassed
in the Province; thirty acres In meadow
and well adapted for a dairy farm.-.Ac
very fine stream of water, runs through
the lot and commands a splendid site fer
a mill. To any person desirous of set-1
tling In tho Province or for du Investment this affords an opportunity rarely,
to be met with.    *
A steamer will leave Now,,Weran&
iter at 7 o'clock a. in. on day of sale oiiB
convey parties to and froni the sale free
of charge,
Tkrms-two-thirds cfish; balance ^pri
mortgage at reasonable,interest.,.
james morrison;  -
mhHtd Auotioneer.
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
scuee from the City, Mr. A. J...
Toi.Mii wilt manage tlie husiness of the
Holbrook House; ami I hereby give no-,.,
tice that I will be respontlble for no
debts contracted without his written
order.        •    ' „ «.
. '■• J. W. HKNNKBijy. '»•
New West., *an, 2,188.1. '      JyS ©ur Store.
THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER XXX.
IM TUB TRACK.
(Coutluuod.)
Where to begin the search Jenkins
had not the remotest idea. Ho clung
to the notion that Ellon was in Edinburgh—that sho would never havo
beon clevor onough to loavo it; and
there seemed to bo reason on his sido
when ho pointed out that she could
not havo had two pounds in hor pos-
tession. It scorned in tho highest degree improbable that Bhe would ex-
Send her only funds in travelling any
'stance. She mislit havo pawned her
olothes. This wns the noxt suggestion;
and tho pawn-shops were searched und
watched, but neither Indian shawl nor
any other article of appnrol could bo
traced up to Wednesday night.
Rewards wero noxt offered, for
•which two claimants appeared, who
throw tho first gleam of light on tho
proceedings. One was a boy, tlio sou
of the widow at whoso shop Ellon had
gradually collected hor clothes. It
was he who had carried her littlo box
and plaid until they met an empty
cnb. Ho was quito clear about liis
information as far ns it went; but,
aftor all, it did not amount to much.
There was n temporary shed nenr the
shop, used by workmen engaged in
building; and it was to this place that
Mrs. Jenkins had taken him on Tuesday evoning, the box being hidden
there. She carried a bag herself: ho
couldn't say of what kind or color-
she kept it under hor cloak. Sho got
into a cab in Waterloo Place, and he
did not know what address she hnd
given to the driver. Ho could not
say how the box was convoyed to the
shed, nor did a close examination
elicit anything more.
It did not transpire that his mother
had carried tho box thero at a pro-
arranged hour while he was gone on
an errand, nor that ho subsequently
received a sound beating far having
dared to Bay a word about that night's
proceedings. The widow nt lonst was
a staunch friend of Mrs. Jenkins.
The cabman next camo forward, and,
to the surprise of every one, declurod
that he remembered the fare in question perfectly well, and that he had
driven hor to Wavorly Station.
Among the porters the inquiry made
at first no progress. They had no
recollection of a lady such ns Jenkins
distinctly described his wife to bo; and
neither he nor Janet know that two or
threo little changes had heon nude in
her dress between the time of saying
that she was going out and her reaching the station. A brilliant crimson
i*ose, for instance, was dropped out of
her bonnet, a veil was put on, and an
old faded cape taken out of her bag
and fastened round her shoulders
above the pretty jacket which Janet
swore she had on.
At lost a porter was found who,
though ho positively refused to swear
to anything, said he was protty sure
that a lady, very small, and with a box
such'as was described to him, had loft
on the Tuosday night train for London
or York—ho rather thought it was
York. One other lady was with hor
in the compartment, bound certainly
for London.
That Ellen could havo gone to London, paying away almost her entire
money for her ticket, seemed preposterous; and though ho racked his brain
to hnd any one who could have lent
her a larger sum, or could have taken
her away, Jenkins had not yet thought
of a single namo that ho could mention
with tho slightest bIiow of probability;
not only had Ellen made no friends,
but sho had not even shown any desire
for friendship with any man of his
acquaintance. The police at York were
communicated with by wire; and it
was arranged that when- the through
conductor of the Tuesday night train,
who was now in London, ahould return
on Thursday, he should meet Jenkins
at once.
The riding-master's wits, rendered
none the dearer by his usual habits,
hod not as yet reverted to tho incident
of Ronald's visit, nor had a suspicion
of his intervention occurred to hiin;
but at he returned homo from his interview with the station authorities he
made a step in tho right direction, for
he remembered that ho himself had
gone to the night-mail on Tuesday
night with his friend. Good heavens!
could it be that Brown—the follow
who had dined with him—had a hand
in the matter 1 On second thoughts he
banished this idea. Brown wot an
actor, a jovial, careless fellow, very
unlikely to have cash to spare; and,
besides, so far as Jenkins could tell,
he had only once seen Ellon for about
rive minutes. No, that notion was absurd, and he must wait and see tho
guard.
Nut morning brought him an anonymous letter, which ran thus:
"Search for letters from Tillybodle,
and if you find or neod any further
clow, write to >'/.,' care of J. Allen,
office of 37ie Weekly Chit-chat, Stirling,
A Weu-wisiur."
Now, The Weekly Chit-chat was a
sort of Scottish World, nnd Allen was
the namo of a quondam friend of Badger's—once, in long vanished years, a
gentleman, but now a scampish, clever
clerk, one of those persons whom Badger occasionally mentioned nt "follows
in the literary circles."
"Tillybodle?" thought Jenkins-
"where the denoe is that ? And what
had the to do with it I Never heard of
the place in my life. However, I'll
look again. Wonder who wrote this ?
—a woman, I'll be bound."
Once more he went up to his wife'
room, and, looking round it, wondered
if he had left any possible hiding-place
unstarched. He had broken open her
desk—had turned out every drawer
and every box; and aa he stood thinking he moved aimlessly two or three
articles that lay on the table—a piece
of work, an old account-book, the last
yellow novel that she had been reading. As he lifted the latter something
caught hie eye—an envelope stuck'in
to mark a place. With eager attention
he examined It; it was addressed in a
bold hand, not to the barracks, but to
the little shop in tht neighborhood
from whioh the boy came who oarried
Ellen's box, and it bore the post-marks
Stirling and Tillybodle.
"Then my well-wisher was right,
after all! I'll write to her at once—of
course ifs a woman—and find out
what Bhe knows; or, by Jove, I'll go
and see her! That'll be best. And so
thoso people at the shop were in it too!
I thought thnt old woman was up to
mischief by tho way she spoke to me.
Woll, it's taking a long timo, but I'll
be evon with them all yet. Now I'll
go and seo my friend the guard.".
Tho guard, alert and observant, was
quito ready with conclusive ovidenoe.
The porter was wrong; the lady with
tho little box wont to London, the
other one to York—the gentleman was
in the smoking-carriage.
"Tho gentleman! Then there was
one, aftor all!" ejaculated Jenkins.
"What wns he like! Short and dark?
Did he dime late—vory late!"
"No, no, I remembor him too; I got
him into the same carriage as the
other one. Ho was tall, and uncommon good-looking, fairish muBtache
and brown hair—officer, I should
think. Ho was vory careful of the
lady, saw her into her compartment,
took her coffee at York, und they
went away together from King's Cross.
Ho had a light, brown ulster on."
"An ulster—fair mustaohe—brown
hair"—surely Jenkins had Been smile
one—where was it) Ho remembered
now. As he hurried his friend Brown
into the train ho saw a face ho thought
he know, but ho could not put a namo
upon it—thnt was the man. "Was ho
in the far corner of the carriage?" ho
asked.
"Yes, and scorned very chilly; had
his collar up, though tho night was
warm."
"Ah!" Jenkins knew all about it
now, and ho stamped with rage aa il
flashed upon him that ho had seen
that face once in his own parlor, and
that it was the face of a man ho hated
—Ronald   Bennott.
A train was just starting for Stirling, and ho jumped into it, Mid during
tho journey had time to arrango his
ideas and digest the discovery ho had
mnde — perhaps tlie only one thnt
could have thoroughly mortified his
prido. In tho early days of their acquaintanceship his wifo hud mado no
secret of her admiration for Sergeant
Bennett, and had oponly praised his
talents, his looks, his maimer, in the
hopo of raising a barrier botween herself nnd her unwelcome suitor, whose
8onsual contonnnco and rough voice
wero so strong n contrast to those of
her hero of the Second. When again,
and vet again, the papers hod mentioned his gallantry in the field, sho did nnt,
wo may bo sure, think less of him
thnn before; nnd when at last he recoived his commission her protty
cheeks hushed, and her bright eyes
glistened with pride.
But Bhe realized, almost beforo hor
fathor in forcible language pointed
out to her, that her hero had now
stepped altogether into a different
world from hers, and that ahe might
set aside forever any girlish dream of
a devotion that should in time soften
his heart. Jenkins, it was true, had
also risen from the ranks, but then he
"was different," at Sergeaiit-innjor
Smith shrewdly remarked. "He's got
his commission, and does his work
well, but he belongs more to us than
to the officers' mess. Now, Bennett
will nevor marry a woman of our class,
Ellen; I'm as certain of that as I
stand here. You tako Jenkins, liko a
sonsiblo girl; you'll be an officer's wifo
aftor all, nnd if you and Bennett ever
meet he'll see you had moro spirit
than to sit whining about him."
Perhaps this last argument told upon
tho girl; and thus it came about that,
with tears and lamentations, and after
reputed lecturings and arguments, she
submitted to her martyrdom and married red-faced Tom Jenkins.
He, on hia part, thought only of her
beauty, aud did not understand nor
care two straws for her romance. He
considered her a little fool, like nil
girls; and if after his marriage he gave
a thought to the subject of her family,
it was because its depth and tenaoity
puzzled him, and it was annoying to
find in a woman who belonged to him
anything he could not completely
fathom. All that he could do was to
repress any evidence of the foot that
her heart was not entirely his, and
this he did with a strong hand. On
the first occasion whon he indulged in
a fit of moroso ill-temper Ellen rashly
alluded to Sergeant—she meant to say
Mr. Bennett's — invariable politeness
toward women. Then hor husband
turned on her savagely, and swore that
if Bhe ever breathed that fellow's namo
again he would beat her; and Ellon,
terrified nnd startled, obeyod, and
hated him nil the more.
Ho had believed that she did not
anticipate Ronald's visit at Piershill.
Her surprise was evidently genuine
when ho appeared, and Jenkins therefore contented himself with warning
her not to admit hiin again. Yet now,
before his very eyes, they had gone
away together; and he hardly knew
how to contain himself, as he reflected
that Ronald must havo seen him at tho
train, and must havo laughod at him
in his sloeve. How ho cursed that last
song and toast that had delayed him
after dinner! Had he been in good
timo ho must have soen Ellen, and
could havo dragged her out of the carriage, and put nor and Bennett to opon
shame; ana as ho thought over theso
things, under cover of a pipo and
newspaper in the smoking-carriage, ho
undorwont what wot probably the only
species of punishment for his sins that
could have wounded or stung him.
Arrived in Stirling, ho hastened to
ihe Chit-chat office and inquired for
Mr. Allen. To him he disclosed his
errand—saying that he wished to see,
aa soon aa possiblo, the person who
was referred to as '"£."
Mr. Allen hesitated, and appeared
even perplexed, but after a moment
said he could not himself introduce
liim to '•'/,," but tliat if the visiter
would give him his card tnd state hia
criard, he would communicate it to
"Z" at onco.
"Does ahe livo far off, then 1" asked
Jenkins.
"She l-oh, '111 Not very far," replied Allen, with a Blight smile; and
he then provided Jenkins with some
newspapers and left him to himself.
(To U'Coiitlnseil.)
A common, and often fatal, disease is
Jnuudice. itegulate the notion of the
Liver, and cleanse the blood with Burdock Blood Bitters, and tho worst case
may lio speedily curod,
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
 AND	
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in the abovo
Lines and by
European & Eastern Markets
Wc am prepared to fill orders to tho
Trade in tbe following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
LARD, "*
CODFISH,
.     MACKEREL,
Candles, Rice, Syrup, Cheese,
Dried Fruits, Canned Goods,
Vinegar, IMlng Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BROOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
Aid all other (Ioods In the Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to the uhdernotod Goods, on
which tho most LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS will bo ofTcral to the
Trade, aa wo aro
SOLE
GOODASGOLO BAKING POWDER
Tho Best and Cheapest.
SOLK AGENTS FOR
Easten Light Coal Oil
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being tho Largest Site tad Belt
Tobacco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
GOVERNMENT   NOTIOES.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
7th March, 1883.
HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor has been pleased to appoint William Kinu Bull, Esquire, to
be a Collector, under the provisions of
the "Provincial Revenue "Tax Act, 1881,"
for the Electoral District of Viotoria
City. (mhlOml)
NOTICE.
Steam Ferry Charter!
OEALED PROPOSALS ENDORSED
O   "Propoaal for a Steam Ferry," will
be received by the Honorable tlie Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works up to
noon of TuriwiiAY, tiik 12th April
next, for the right of maintaining .and
operating a Steam Ferry between the
Wharf at tho Terminus of the NewWest-
minster and Hope Trunk Road and a
point on the Water Front of the City of
New Westminster,
Proposals must state fully:
1st The capacity, and otherwise describe tbe boats proposed to be used;
2nd The minimum number of trips to
bo made per diem;
3rd At what date tlie service will commence t
4th The term of years for which a
charter will bo required;
5th Tlie cash bonus (if any) demanded.
Tolls at the rates fixed by tne annexed
Schedule may be collected and retained
by the person obtaining a charter.
All Officers of the Provincial Government, with their animals and freight,
shall be ferried free of charge.
The tender which offers the most efficient service, the shortest term, and
which demands the smallest bonus (if
any) will receive tlie most favorable consideration,
Satisfactory security may be rofjuired
for tho faithful performance of tho tenns
of any agreement which may be entered
into.
The Government reserve the right to
reject auy or all proposals.
'   BciiKpULfc Rate ov Tolls.
Kuch jmiisenger, ono way Jo 15
" round trip      25
Children imtler 12 years of ago h-ilf-iiites
Infant*) ...; Free
For each loaded wagon willi span of horses.., 1 00
m " t *  one horn.     76
"    empty wagon   "        "      	
" " "   two horse*     02
''    1'iiRPy. Bluigli orcuttur with 2 horses    75
it       <■        11       ti u j iiomu
•'        ■'■     "           25
"    Horse, mule or work-ox	
'■*    lift-ill of hornc-1 cattle     80
"    Sheep, pigor enlf.....      10
''    thrashing machine with attachment*
mid one sj-nu of horses 2 50
1 <    Reaper or mower nml one span of
horses.......  3 00
Geueral freight, over half a ton—por ton      76
"           undor halfa ton—per 100 Him    05
Hay, per ton .,...'. 1 00
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
LandB k Works Department,
Victoria., B. C„ March 8, 1883.
mhlOtd
HlOTI^TOJAXPAm
Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax,
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
•VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in
IS accordance with the Statutes, tliat
Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes
levied under the Assessment Acts are
now due for tbo year 1883, and payable
at my office. Assessed Taxes, if paid on
or before the 30th June, 1883, are collectible at the following rates, viz.:—
4 of 1 per cent, on Real Property.
5 cents per acre ou Wild Land.
One-fourth of 1 per cent, on Personal
Property,
i of 1 per cent, on Income.
If paid after June 30th, 1883:—
i of 1 per cent, on Real Property.
(J cents per acre on Wild Land.
' of 1 per cent, on Personal Property,
of 1 per cent, on Income.
J. C. HUGHES,
Assessor and Collector.
Jan. 8th, 1883. fel4td
l:
NOTICETO GLAIMANTSOF LAND
KOOTENAY  DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in
accordance with the provisions of
the "Land Act, 1875," that the lands
situate at Kootenay Lake, Kootenay District, for which the undermentioned parties have made application to purchase,
under clause one of tbe "Land Amendment Aet, 1882," have been surveyed,
and are described as follows:-—
Nsme of Applicant.  Date,
O.J. Ainsworth..Sep. ',1882
U. J. Alu.wertli.. "       "'
Purveyed ae
S.E.IiS.S.I.No.l
N.W.Jrae'l'48.11"
B.W.   "      "   11 "
V.. D. Merlin  " 11 "
8.W.   "      "  10"
S. B.   "      "   1J "
G. J. AltiBWorth.. "   6 "
G. J. AltiBWortli.. "   5 "
N.W.   "      "   18"
N.K.   "      "   17"
8.W.   "      "   21"
A map of the above lands ean be se<:u
at the Lands and Works Offico, Victoria,
and at the office of W. Pernio, Esq.,
Commissioner, Kootenay, whero forms of
Proof and Declaration cau be obtained.
Tho above or any othor claimants
should prove up their right to theso
lands within three months from date of
this notice.
ROBERT BEAVEN,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands ft Works Department,
Viotoria, B.C., January 24,1883.
(feUtd)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
YALK DIVISION  OF   YALE   DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Lot 49, Group 1, Yale Division of
Yale District, has beeu surveyed for Mr.
L. A. Agassiz, as the laud which he
claims under Pre-emption Record No.
282, dated February Oth, 1878, A man
of same can be seen at the Lands ft
Works Office, Viotoria, and at the office
of E. Dcwdney, Esq., Commissioner,
Yale, where forms of Proof and Declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimants to
this land must prove up their claims as
provided In Section IA of the Land Act,
1875, within three months from tlie date
of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of LandB ft Works.
Lands ft Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, March 12th, 1883.
(mh21je0)
PUBLIC_NOTICE.
$1,000   REWARD!
WHEREAS one i-ENKAS DEWAR
was, about the month of July,
1882, murdered at or near Cherry Creek,
by some person or persons unknown;
Notice is hereby given that a Reward
of One Thousand Dollars will be paid by
the Government for such information as
shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders.
By Command,
JOHN  ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
15th March, 1883. mh21ml
I-TOTIC-E.
A COURT Ol' ASSIZE AND OF
Nisi Prills and of Oyer and Terminer and of General Gaol Delivery will be
held at each of tho undermentioned
places and at tho times hcroinnftor
named:—
At the City of Viotoria ou MONDAY,
Slid APRIL, 1883.
And at tho City of Now Westminster
ou WEDNKSDAY, 2nd day of MAY,
188.1.
By Command,
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Soorotary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B. C, 10th March, 1883.
(mhl7td)
NOTIOB.
To Contractors & Builders
SEALED TENDERS, endorsed "Ten*
der for School House," will be received by tlio Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works up to
noon of Thursday, 12th April noxt, for
the erection of a School House nt Maple
Ridge.
Plans aud Specifications cau be seen,
and blank forms of Tender and agreement to execute Bond can bo obtained,
at the Office of the Chief Commissioner
of .Lands and Works, Victoria, at the
Office ot tho Government Agent at New
Westminster, aiid at the residence of
John McKenney, Esq., Maple Ridge.
The lowest or any tender uot necessarily accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lauds ft Works Dept,,
Victoria, B. C, 19th March, 1883.
(mh21td)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undermentioned lots in
Group Two, New Westminster District,
have been surveyed, and a map of same
can be seen at the offico of J. C. Hughes,
Esq., Commissioner, New Westminster,
and at the Lauds ft Works Department,
Victoria.
Lot. Orp. I'ro-oinption ltec. No.   Ditto,
431, 2, J.llnrker, 1075,      Moy30,1873
432, 2, J.Munro, lf.27, ^i»l.2S(187"
434, 2, J.Chnpmun, 1499, F«li2T,18T7
43fi,   2, D. Oroycll,           1447,      Mny It!, 1870
The above or any other claimants to
tho above lots must prove up their
claims, in accordance with the provisions
of Sec. 15 of tho Land Act, 1875," within three months from the date of this
notice.
Forms of proof and declaration cau be
obtained at the Lands and Works Offico,
Victoria, and at the Commissioner's
Office, Now Westminster.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds & Works,
Lauds ft Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 12th March, 1883.
(mh21je0)
PUBLIC    HIGHWAY.
SOUTH SAANICH.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the following Highway, 00 feet in
width, is hereby established, viz.:—
Commencing at a point where the East
Saanich Road crosses the line between
Sections 7 and 8, Range II. East, South
Saanich; thence due West along said
section lino and a continuation thereof,
to its intersection with the West Saanich
Road; aud having a width of 33 feet on
each side of said section line.
•WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands ft Works,
Lands ft Works Department,
Viotoria, B. a, February 27th, 1883.
(mh7ml)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
BARCLAY  DISTRICT.
Township No. 1.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in
accordance with tho provisions of
the "Und Act, 1875," that the following
described lands In Township No. 1, Barclay District, for which tha undermentioned parties have made application to
purchase nnde'r clause one of the "Land
Amendment Act, 1882," havo been surveyed, and arc described na follows:-—
Name of ApiiHcant. Du11», Survey-ill Description.
I 0|tpeiitielmcr.......Nov 8, 1SB2...N K qr of Sue 7
DOpin-u'ii-linor       ,, ...NWur    ,,    8
UafisU..,,., NWf|r    ,,    0
J Dunimulr     ,,      ,,...NKqr     ,,    D
,,  NWqr    ,,  10
,,       ,,       „ "...VfetV/,     „   16
EV lloilwrll      ,,        NK<|r     ,,  16
US Roebuck ,        8 K qr     ,,   10
WlIDorriiui .'.    ,,      ,. ...SWqr    ,, 10
O MChnniberi ,       ,'   ...NWqr    ,,   10
W 8 Chamber-* July 4    ,, ...NBqr    ,,   IT
U Roberts Nov 8     SR qr    „  17
WPSayward July 4    „ ...SWqr    ,,  17
W J Mncdonnld Nov 8    „ ...NBqr    „  21
O I.11M        „ ...SE qr     ,,  21
Henry Davl,.*        ,, ...SWqr     ,,   21
OJuy JnlylO     NWqr    ,,  21
O lioitt Not 8    ,, ...SWqr     ,,   23
DLenevi-ii ,       NWqr    ,,  22
K(I Prior...        ,, ...SWqr     ,,   27
RHiilayson NWqr     ,,  27
OTDnnnit      ,,       SK qr    ,,  £*
HWWftltt July 4     SWqr    ,,  28
A map of the above lands can bo seen
at the Lands and Works Office, Victoria.
The above or any other claimants
should prove up their right to these
lands within three months from date of
this notice. Forms of Proof ami Declaration can be obtained at the Lands and
Works Department, Victoria.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands ft Works.
Lands ft Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, March 1st, 1883.
(mh7ml)
DM Importation
r DDmmi
« WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.!}
l. uiiunn
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will Biipply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Qnantitles to Salt Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllby'ti,   Lomlou,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
New Westminster,   B. 0.
mm BiHDf
U».ncv.pr-fnilii)g*
('lire   for   Ncrv-*
oiwDi-1-iliij-.Ex-
hnustt'il VLtuliif..
ol -a ny k i n d-    .
WeskiifSB, Pur- ■ i.
iilysis,    ProBtti-
lorrlioea.ftiidnll .
the  terrible ef-
mmrmmmmmmmmmmmmM:, '■','--'"la of youthful.
lollies, and excPBSM In'maturpr yori'rs.: ..-*■
•DK. MIlifTIE will . Hf-r-n-. to .-forfeit -
Five Hundred Dollars for ac-woi ,
this kimi tlie Vital KestoratlVC (under
his special advice and treatment) will not
curt, or for anything impure or injurious;
found-in It. DR. MINTIE Uvula all Diseases   successfully   without    mercury....
Consultation free.   Thorough examination and advice, $5*1)0, Pi ice.of Vital
Restorative, $s*oo »" bottle, or. four
times the qimiility, $10*00; sent, to aiiy,-*
nddri'BS upon receipt pfpric.!, or IT 0. D,'
secure from observation, and in private
nnme. if desired, by ,A. K. MINTIE. "
M.n. .•'
Those who eunnut visit DR. MINTIK
in San Frnncifco fllioultl send a full niiij •
minntc statement ot their tronblesVlili'
$25-00, und in rttiiru a full course bf
Medicine will he farwiirded, ' sectindy
packed, an ns not to excit* curiosity.
All orders for medicine O. O. D. must
be Rccom|ninied with $1.00 (nn -guarantee nf jzoorl fnilh), which will be de-.;
ducted when the pnekage is shipped.    ■'-■
8AMPL1! BOTTLE FRKE.--Sent; on   •
application .by letter stating symptoms,,
sex and age.   Communications  strictly-
confidential,        , .   juy31-ly
II Kenrney Street, Him Frnnelsro, nil.! ■(*
nD  I ICDIO *M Geary street-
Ull. LILDlu, SaiiFrauclsco,Cal
COXTINUKB TO TREAT r-uc-.
coKafally   by Honieoimtliy
Q" every form of Special or Cfironfc
.  , Dim-iiKo wtllimit M«rcHry'or Nan.
UJ H<mi Urnp. ■ DR.  LIKDIO'S
fX IS VIGOR ATOn 1-tMwsHln.Miil:
fm. purinuneiit  cun) . for   Seminal
\_\ WaqkneHj Nervous and Pliyilcal
P" Debility, Lout  Manhood,*Vital
CO Kxliniistiuii, nml nil tlie terrible
I*.| rexntta of nbunetl ns-tun*, foeeM-
,iy i'H nnd  youthful folllcD.  'The    .
*.**• Doctor will ngreo in writing' to
Wfdt $1,000 far ncunc-tbat
hu uudurtiiki's nnd falls lu cure.
Tlio renson thorn-uiul* enn hot
jget'cured of Seminnl Wuaklicu
and tlio iilovo '-lis-eiuH-K !■ owiiin
to n ctimpllciitioh culled ProHtu-
torrhoa, vrhloh require* a upeelnl,
remedy.   DK.   MKBia'S   IS-
Q VIGOltATOlt, No. 2. ina8pB-
q elite  Cure - Air   I'roatutorrlieil.
_* Price of either  Invl-HH-ritor,"!*.!'
O per bottle, or 0 bottle** $10. Seat
T- to any nddrexa securely covered
_ fmiiKilinerviitloii. SciliiiiiilWeiik-
mm tiesa nml rrontntorrhoa drain vl-
■"at tulity from tho body and cmimd *
2t)Umerou!<  dl-wiit-cri. that   tnit.li-,
ordinary iiiodiail treatment. , IT
allowed to continue,tlie unnritn-'
ral Ion) iift'ecU the vital orftaiiK,"
wliich causo* dcitmying iliaenBett,-,
Consumption, Diabetes, Itrlght'n Dlmnao,  Jiiun- '
i][ee,Inannlty,otc. Kxcowes, Non-uno, Abuse. In-
berlteil Weakness,' Malnutrition, Spinal nud Cole*
brnl Complaint*! bring on the abovo fatal iHscuVb. ■
Debility nnd Somjnal Wenknfls* obatruct the Im*
portant nnd necemary nets of life und their ejJ")' ■
menttj.   Cures Guarantee. * Dlseuees of tin>uehl*>-
to-Urinary Organs, Kidney, Liver and Ulaildera-j
spcclnlty.   The many complaluts and diseases of
women t-pnedlly curedi consultation at office or by
letter, freolitid conflil-'iitful, .HeBpotialblo. parties
can arrange payments iii the samo mantler as tin'.v
would employ their.' family physician;   Strtfcfest.
secrecy maintained. tt ,}
ONE   BOTTLE    FREE.      ,     {
Rc|-ular Size Bottle of either Invigoriitur Sent
Fret) to show tlio womfrrfiil properties, of tbe
Greatest Invigorator Known to Modern Si-lt*iitl*t*..
Stato symptom-*, age, If mnrrkil. kc.
C.illor'atl'lm.s Dlt. Ut**llW4 CO.', Nti. -KfO *
Geary Street, corner Mason, SnuFriinclsca, -Cnl...
Private entrance, 405 Mason Streot.
(li'AMFicn and RrspONSunt.--Dlt. I.IKDIG k
CO. Organized In compliance with California "law'.'
I'ipli'iua procured Uy regular college education,
17 years special practice, am) 'duly licensl'd iiin'e-
cordnnco with California Medical Law,...   I  ib*2.,'
^■.^<^mjiih:l:::z:
NEW    SCHEDULE
—(ir—
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  $12o 00 pop month.
Rook Foremen... .$3 T>0 to 84 00 1? day
Earth Eta-emeu..'. 2 50 to   3 50     "   -
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50     M   -
Bridgo Carpenters,
1st class  3 50 ",
Bridgo Carpontera,
2nd class.'. 3 00 M  :
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
Stond Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths,   1st
class  3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Help-
era  1 60 to   2 00     "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     " .
Laborers ! 1 75 to 2 00    "
Hcwcra, Ist class 3 50 "
Choppers, Ut class 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, Ut class 2 '50 "
AU outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpontera to furnish their own
Chest Tools.     *
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will ho convenient
along tho Lino.   Board—$4 per week,
It will not be compulnpry for Employees to board in the Company's Houses,
Wages will bo paid monthly, on tbe
10th of each month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
GF.NKKAI.   MaNAGKR.
Offick of thk Contractors, .
Canadian Pacific Railway,'
Ynle.MarchJ, 1883.
WANTED:
rnWO OB THEKE C10OD COOP-
X art.
Apply to A, O. LUND,
lc28to NowWcsliiiiuslw.
EARS
FOR THE
MILLION!
Foo' Choo's   Balsam  of
.;.■■■'■ Shark's Oil   • i
Positively Restores the Hearing,-and-
is tho Only Absolute Oaro far  *'
Deafness Know-n.' ■'" *• •■ -'   '
Thin Oil in iilmlmeted from jieciiliHr xjieclei or
Biintll White Slinrk. cauglit iii tbe YoUo-**
Sea, known an ti.iBcti.ir.uDo-* 1[oxi.el**tii- EV-ery
Cliliu'w Hibernian knows tt. It* virtu*' u ■.-
renturiitive uf liraring wiw tii-icovi-rod by. ti QuilJ-r-
bint 1'iiest adout Hie year 1110.' Its ciirei vroVo «b
nnmon.iisiui.il mtmy so se-kmlnfrir'tal'MU ■
GUl-ani. tlint tlie remedy wm oftiHiilW |.-*d-->
claimed orer tliu entire Kni-ilre. Iti u»'became
ao .universal thnt for orer 300 years po
DeafateM lias existed n'tnoiig tlie ChU
line people. Sent, cburtieH'iiVi-jwI-l.-Mn ntij'
aildreisnttLtJOpcrbotHo..    .-•■.     .:»■ '    .
j Hear What tlte. Deaf Say. ;;
It linn iierfurniwl njnlraejc in my ciue.... •   ■>-,,'
Iliftvn nouncartbly n'ine* In iny bend and hear'
-much better. "-•*'■
I have been greatly benefitted.
My''deufitiss liel-ioil a great deal—WtlbV n
bottlo will wire mo. .■■     ;   v* .-    .*;i-i'v.*"'R
1'Itsvirtues nre iiXQUuftoNAOLi and' Ith'cl'SA^
TIVE cn.tpILCTI.il A1IS01WB, IS' THE WftltlK CAR«•«■>*
HOXAUV T«STIFT, upUI PBOJI.KEttlittCtAHDMfi
HF.nvATl'is. Write at oiice lo Haxwk'k *"JlN*ftf,'
7 Oe/StiWt*, NeWYdik, oncIcitji^ll^.ianiPtWU
will receive by *ret'n*n a rcuiedy.that jrt|l «NV>h
yon to htar like anybody else, and whoso curative
efTeetM will bo 4H-*j[«iii-**nt..Yiin.will n e vet; r fir ret
diilllK.su,"—KMTOior Mi-BOANIluHiVlKW. „
45-to nvi-iil'-hMi-.-Iti tliu'Hiills;-please*send»
money liy BegUtered Letter- v.-, , V.'.i
Only Imported hy, • ,'■ ■. ">.', :v %, j
IIAYLOIJK * JBNKBYV,
7,Dey(8I.VS?[t .
Hole Agents for Aiiierlcna . ' iioirl
;  -"."•tW-   •"' *(•   ' "'A 1 ■ !
wtltei
DR. SPJNNEY & G0.S
■i DisPEisAtti^v:
NO. 11 ifiABflfEY STRPS1,
SAW FRANCISCO, CAL,
Dn.ttPINNBV, w,llknuwii«,th.f»«n.
deref III. Montrenl, (0. li.) Hnllesl In.ll.
tilte, nml Inle l>ro|irl.lor ol the Sl'IKNKYVILM
!i
INFIllMAltY,' wouhfinost tciipecifully lufurm
liis patients nnd the afflicted gem-rally,, tbity bo
still continues to treat chronic anil nervous dls-
enuM with un|mrallo1eil succsss.        «.: "
LADIES AND OBNTtSMSN.
:    COMB AND BBUEAXBD.   „
It matters not what yonr tr-mh.ei may be, come
and let the Doctor examine your caso. it will
cost yon nothing for consultation, so jiluaso call
and satisfy younulves whether tha Doctor understands your cuso. If lie cau cure yon no will toB
you sot If not, lie will tell you tbat, ft»r he will
nut undertake aense ttalcss helBcoiitWentof uf.
focllUR a enro.
1-nrtles nt a distance wishing trnttm'ent; ty
sending $2S and- a mlitnle deseri|itloii i*f ftrtr
trouhlus will routrivs lu return a full course.o! .
treatment oemrely nnrktil so as not to b'xcltu c'if.
rloslty. ■*•■   . i* /■:-,..■
Dlt. SI'INNKY will RUiirantu* to lorfolt Vivo
Hundred Dollars, fer ev-wur cuso' of uny kind or
character whieh ho undertakes ntul fails to euro.
I', b.—For dlsensm of short srtndlnjr, \M\
cuuwe of medicines, sufficient fur a euro, with
all iiiitrnclhms, will he sent to any ndilruss on
receljit of 111.
Call or Address   '
OM-ly     No.
pr, 'ipntf styJi *<_Q,," '■
tl Kearncf-st.ISftntMWlscu.Oal.
BOY WANTlEp;.
AN INTHfcMOKNT ANPSTBADY
Boy wanted to loam, tlie Printing
Business. Must liu. able to,road aim
writo.   Apply at   '   THJS. OFFICE. .
110I8

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