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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 18 I'cuLiMinui—
Kvery Wednesday & Saturday,
— DT —
0. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EHTMHOE TO EDI-
toimlano Business Depahthent throuoh t. b.
Pearson ft Co-s. Boon * Statiohesy Store.
TKRMIMJy Mail, (3 a yenr I tl so forOino..;
llforSmoi.i payalilo lu AOmrneo. Dollvoierl
byCnrrloror Agent, $1 nor qunrtur, pnynble
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. H. HlBBEH & CO.	
T. R. PEAISON & CO.-
••VlOJORIA.
 Yale.
L, P. FISHER AdvortiBtng Agent, 21 Morclinnt's
Ksclrange,8unFrfttiolico,i«antllor]ee(I to receive
Adrrorttsoment. for tills paper.
THIS PAPER ™y"^-
 _,    I Mo lit
. —.— . ... -.,. Utso. V. Rowoll ACo.'H
NowapapBr Advert tahig Biirotm (10 Bprncu St.),
wlero Riltflrtiiliig cuntr«ctH may he mndo for It In
NEW YORK.
lht 0ritish Columbian.
Wertneridny Hornlutt. -lun.. J,
current Events and Opinions.
If Mr. Cleveland, after lio shall
have .beon inaugurated, in gootl faith
carries out tlio principles nnd follows
tho line of conduct enunciated and
laid down in his letter to tlio National Civil Service Reform League,
""he wilt accomptisii two tilings, Ho
will deservo and receive the cordial
approbation and active support of
the great mass of citizens regardless
of politics. He will also incur and
feel the weight of every plnce-Iiunt-
ing member or hanger-on of the
Democratic party in the nation. On
tlie one hand are his pledges to
duty, liis oath of oilice to take cure
that tho civil service law as well as
nil other laws aro faithfully executed. On tiie other hand stand an
army of expectants, for twenty-four
years excluded from the benefits of
ptitronago, hungry, anxious, backed
by the old Jack soman motto, "to
tho victors belong the spoils," antl
the historic fact that under Democratic, and to a great extent under
Republican rule, offices havo beon
considered and apportioned tis such
"spoils."—Seattle Post.
The growing influence in favor of
Christianity in Japan is semi in
public affairs. By au imperial decree the official Shinto and Buddhist
priesthood has been disestablished,
and all religions thus reduced to the
same footing. Some of tho local
governments have taken steps to
suppress the public brothel, whose
sanction by the government has been
n moral disgrace to the country,
They will not expel tho women now
occupying these licensed haunts of
vice, but they will not allow of nny
fresh accessions to their number.1
This is one of their points nt which
Japanese opinion needs to bo (Novated fur abovo its present level. The
senso of modesty and the beliof in
chastity as a force which binds communities together, aro ns yet hardly
doveloped. But Christian influence
is telling on tho country. Of the
25,000,000 Japanese hardly more
than 80,000 profess Christianity.
"But the number has increased rapidly of Into years and probably would
grow more rapidly if the missionaries fished with a net and not with
a hook and Hue.—The American.
Thero is nothing more encouraging than tho growing conviction on
tlie part of the great mass of employers that ttioy cau have nothing to
do witli men who drink intoxicating
liquors even in moderation. They
don't look at it iu ninny cases from
a moral point of viow but simply ns
a matter of business. They know
that those employed in certain occupations must above nil things be reliable with all their wits about
them, and their nerves liko steel.
Drinking even moderately is incompatible with this. One extra glass
has often made a man reckless who
in the ordinary senso was perfectly
sober. Hence all tho great railway
corporations are getting to insist
upon their employees being not only
sober men, but men who do not
meddle at all with intoxicating liquors. A man drinking even tlie
smallest quantity of liquor when on
duty would, if found out, bo .instantly dismissed ou almost every railway on the continent Railways
can't, afford to have men whoso indulgence iu liquor may causo tlie
loss of lifo and hundreds of thousands of dollars. It don't pay,—
Tntth.
An,invention, whieh if proved
practically successful, will deserve
tho thanks of all Americans, has
been mado by a resident of (ilcns
Falls, New York. This is tho manufacture of paper from sawdust. It
is announced that a newspaper has
recently been printed on paper mnde
^ by this new process, and that both
in the manufacture and quality of
paper produced, the experimental
run of the now mill has boon a success. It is claimed that paper can
bo mndo from sawdust by tliis now
process, of bettor quality nnd at far
less cost than from any material
known. In one particular it will
prove- a blessing. The annual importation of numerous shiploads of
filthy rags from Kgytiau nnd European cities will not be necessary.
From these importations coines great
danger of cholera infection. In fact,
tlie greatest danger that cholera will
cross the Atlantic next summer and
And lodgment in our seaport towns,
is found iu tho fact that wo annually import, for paper manufacture,
quantities of old rags from tho infected ports of Italy and Southern
Franco. Tho facilities for paper
making with sawdust ns material
are nowhere better than in this sec-
The British
mbian.
#or§*le-or fo flent.
VOLUME 27
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1885.
NUMBER 2
tion of the United States, and if tho
invention shall prove as meritorious
as claimed, thero will be openings
here for an industry of no small
dimensions and importance,—Seattle
Post.    ^^^^^^^^
Secret or Success.
"What ts your Gucretf" asked a lndy
of Tumor, the distinguished painter.
flc replied, "I liavo no scoret, initduin,
but liurd work."
"Tlio difference between uno man
aiid another/'says Dr. Arnold, "is not
so muoh in talent us energy."
"Nothing," says Reynolds, "is denied to well-directed labor, and nothing is to bo obtained without it.''
"Excellence iu auy department ouu
now bo attained by tho labor of a lifetime," snys Johnson, "but it is not to
be purchased nt a lessor prico." '
"There is but ono method," suyB
Sidney Smith, "nnd thnt is hunt labor;
nud u man wtio will not pay thut price
for distinction had better at once dedicate himsolf to tlio pursuit of tho fox."
"Stop by step," says the French
proverb, "one goes very fnr."
"Nothing," snys Mirnhcnu, "is impossible to the mun who cun will. This
iu the only Inw of success."
"Have you ovor entered a cottngo,
over traveled iu a couch, ever talked
with a peasant in n field, or loitered
with tlie mechanic at Iho loom," asked
Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, "und not
found that each of those men hud n
tnlent you hud not ?—know something
you knew not?"
The most useless creature thut ever
yawned at a club, or idled in rugs under the suns of Calabria, hus no excuse
for want of intellect. Wlmt men want
is not talent, but purpose; in other
words, not tlio power to nchieve, but
tlie will*to luhor.
Discovering a Lost Child.
(St. l,oaI.s Glbii'e-bomoehili)   '
My name is Anthony Hunt. I nm
a drover, nnd live nine miles nwuy
upon the Western Prairie. Tliere
wasn't a house in sight when I first
moved there, my wifo nnd I, nnd now
wo havo uot many neighbors, though
tlioso we havo uro good ones.
One duy, nbout ten yenrs ngo, 1 went
awny from homo to sell about fifty
hend of entile—fine creatures ns over I
saw. I wus to buy somo groceries and
dry goods before I camo back, and
nbovo nll, a doll for our youngest dolly. Sho hud nover hnd n store doll of
her own—only rug babies her mother
liad made her.
Dolly could bilk nothing elso, uml
wont down ta the very gate to cnll
nfter mu to net a big one. Nobody but
a parent can understand how full my
mind wns of thut toy, and how, whim
the cattlo woro sold, 'tlio first thing t
hurried olf tu buy wus Dolly's doll. I
found a large our, with oyes thut would
open und -dint when you pulled u wire,
nnd hud it wrupned up in u pnpor and
tucked it undor my arm while V had
the parcels of calico mid delaine and
tea aud sugar put up. Then, late ns it
wus, I started for home, lt mii-ht
havu been moro prudent to stay until
morning, but I felt anxious to got back
and eager to hour Dolly's praises about
her doll.
I wns niounlod ou a steady going old
horso nud pretty well loaded. Night
set in before I was a mile from town
and settled down as dark as pilch,
while I wus in tliu middle of the darkest bit of road I know of. I could
have felt *iny wny, though ,{1 remembered it nu well, and when tho storm
that hud been browing broke and pelted the ruin in toretits I wns five, or
may bo six miles from home.
1 rodo ub fast na I could, but all of a
sudden I heard a little cry like a child's
voice. I stopped short nnd listened.
I hoard it again, I called and it answered me. J couldn't seo a thing.
All was ns dark ns pitch. I gut down
and folt around iu the grass - culled
again, und again wns answered. Tiiou
I began, to wonder. I'm not timid,
but I wus known to he a drover nnd
hnve money about mo. lt might lie a
trap to cntch mo unawares and rob and
murder me. 1 nm uot superstitious,
not very, but how could a child bo out
ou tho phiiiio in such u night, at such
au hour? It might he moro thnn human. The bit of a coward thut hides
itself in most men showed itself in me
then, but once moro I heard tho ory,
nud suid I:
"If nny mnu's child is hereabouts,
Anthony Hunt is not the man to let it
die!"
I searched again. At last I bethought mo of n hollow under the hill
und groped that way. Sure enough I
found a little, dripping thing thut
moaned nnd sobbed ns I tuok it in my
arms. I called my horse and tho benst
cume to me, aud 1 mounted and tucked-
tho little soakeii thiny under my coat
na well as I could, promising to take it
homo to mamma. It seemed so tired,
and pretty soon cried itself to sleep on
my bosom.
It had slept there over nn hour whon
I Bnw my own windows. There woro
lights in thein, and I supposed my wife
had Ht thom for my sake; but when I
got into tho doorway I saw something
wns the matter, nnd stood still with a
dread four of heart live minutes before
I could lift the latch. At last 1 did,
and saw tlie ronni full of neighbors nnd
my wifo amid thom weeping. When
she saw ttio sho hid her face.
"Oh, don't toll him," she criod. "It
will kill him."
"Whnt is it, neighbor?" I criod.
"Nothing now, I hopo. What's that
you havo in your arms?"
"A poor lost child," snid I, . "I
found it ou the rond. Take it, will
you? I've turned faint." And I lifted
the sleeping thing nud saw tho faco of
my own child, my Dolly.
It was my own darling and nono
othor that I hud picked up oii the
drenched rond. My littlo child hnd
wandered out to moot papa and thu
doll whilo Hio mother wns nt work, and
they woro lamenting hor ns ouo dead,
I thn*'l;ed Heaven en mykneos beforo
them.
It is not muoh uf n story, neighbors,
but I think of it often in tlio nights,
aud wonder how I oould henr to livo
now if I Iind not stopped when I henrd
tho cry fur help upon tho rond, hardly
louder ilian u squirrel's chirp.
"Tlml's Dolly yonder, -with hor
mother, in tho moudow—a girl worth
saving, I think; but then I'm her fathor uud partial, muybo; tho prettiest
nud sweetest thing this aide of tho Mississippi,"
D'
It. ». J. OFFEIHIAU8,
I'HYHICIAN AND BUUUEON,
oefflte Kamloops, B. C.
JOHN UARROW, K. D,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offick—Next Elson'tt Tailor Shop, Cor.
Church nntl Columbia Bts, 'no22te
DK.  S.  CLARKE,
Member College Physicians
und Sturgeons, Onturlo.  itojnNlorotl under
Medical Ordinance of British Columbia.
Offlco lu D. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug Storo,
Now West in I nut or, B. C, no20tc
m   H. MATHERS, M. D.
Office—Temporarily In Wise's building,
Front streot.
ItKSMiKSt'K—SI..lohn street, opposito the
Public School, Now Westminster.
mltirj-to
(iruiluuti) of Trinity CoIIpl'i-, Dublin; nlHo
AmhIsIuiiI Surgeon Into Itoiioriible Kust
India Company Service, hnving removed
from Olinton to New Westminster, muy
he found oti cor. Mnry A (.'Inrlcson sin.
Offlco hours, 11 to 11 u, m,; 7 to 8 p.m. [<ll"tr
C,
N. TREW, M. D, M. O. P. * S., O.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Surgeon B. C. Penitentiary, -Surgeon Now
Westminstor .Tail, Coroner for tho DIh-
trl'-t.   Office- -Corner of Clnrltson nnd
McKenzie Streets.   Jtcsldenee, Mary St,
sc-liVtc
H
SI. COOPER, II. A.,111. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SUBQEON.
OFFICE nud HESIDENCE-Clmrch HU
(next door to Formers' Homo), nenr
Columblu St., Now Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUHS-StolOn. m.j Ito 3 nnd
11,30 to H p. m. Culls In town nnd country promptly attended to, fc2t«
DENTISTRY.
Dlt. C. E. C. BROWN, Into of the
Province of Quebec, bus opened nn offlco
ut Mrs. Holmes', Mury Street. Offlco liours,
D n.m, to "> p. m.   All work guarnntoed.
name.
DR. CIIEADI.E,
DENTIST,
Associated wttl. Dr.'Welsh, oan bo found
nt-lils oflico; over D. S. Curtis A Co.'s drug
striro, Columbia slreetj Now Westminster.
Olliee hours—From I) u.m, to 12 in., nnd
from 1 to 5 p.m. Jo21-te.
pOHBOVLD A IUCCOI.L,
BAItBISTEBS, SOLICITOUS, *C.
Office—MoKontilo 'street, Now Westminster! B. C.
M
ITRRAY A FRY,
HOUBfl AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Jtalsomlnlitg nnd Paper-Hang-
lug. Hi ior—Clnrltson street, opposite tho
Now Westminstor Jnll, New Westminster
Brlf Ish Columblu. np2-to
pOVAl. HOTEL,
flENTBEVIl.U-I.ClIIUJWHACK.
Flrst-CbiHH accommodation for Trnvelcrs.
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
myHl-'fH-ly Proprietress.
M'
HS. AI. A. HARPER,
CENTREVIUiE, CHILUWHACK.
Dry ilaatln nntl lirorerlrs, Millinery nud
I'lllll'l <>QOllM.
Flrst-C'luss tlrossniukor in nttcmlunec.
• my21-'8Hy     	
H
I'CIir.S A ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Cnnveynneors,    Accounts collected
and Loans Nogotlulcd.    Offlco, Columbia
Street, opposite the Post Ollloc, New Wetn-
mlnstor, II. O.    •
J. o. iiuohes, T. c. Atkinson.
Notary Public,
Jell-to
C. D. RAND, E. E. RAND,
Notary Pum.ic.
X-t-AJB1])      BROS.,
Hfiil tifllRtf Brokers, Conveyancers and
Iiij-mruurt* Agents.
Port Moody nnd New Westminster Property a specialty.
OFFICK—Columbia Street, opposite Post
Ollice, Now Westminster, B. C.     Jlyote
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Coiumbin Streot New Westminster
1'urtlcs desirous of disposing of their
furins; etc., will do well to place the same
In the bunds of the ubove.
All commissions will receive prompt
nnd careful attention. Best references
given when required, nilil'Mc
MRS.   DOMINY,
BESl'ECTFULLY SOLICITS A SHARE
of tlio put ronuge of the Lndles of New
ui-stmliiHler.   Address,
Curo of Mas. M0N0K,
deilOml Douglns St.
J. S. McGUIRE, M. D.
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
■Um great Rcmetlv Tor font-tiiniilImi lu
II* first or M'-'imil -tinge.
DR. McdlllRE WILL AGREE to CUM
('iiiisuiiii'liiin In lis lirst or second
Stftgo under Ills ndvice unil Ircutiiicul, No
fee raiulrod If not a perfect cure obtained.
Dr. McOuIro treats all dlseusc of the
lungs without coil Uver nil, Fellows' compound syrup of hypophosiihutes, or nny
other medicines udvertlscil for lung (Its*
t'usi'. The Doctor bus mutle this disease
his specialty for tho lust llfleeu years,
Thorough exunilnutlon uml udvlcc, 315.
Those who cannot visit Dr. MoGulrc at
Now West., B.C., should send a full and
minute statement of their trouble, wiih
*i,"t, nnd in return ufiitleourseof medicino
will bo forwarded.
dome J. S. McGUIRE, M. D.
Every Man to his own Business
_£__.,   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(r'.l'r   Or)I,U.\'lAI, 1IIITIJI.1.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physician*' I'rcncrlplloiu nnd Family Recipes n Specialty.
N. B. — Only GotiuinA Drugs usorl.
Over twenty veara' experience.    nivlVt
$10 REWARD.
STRAYED FROM ST. MARY'S Mount,
Siipjit'i'toii.on tllO IBInl Sep!., u brown
Colley Iioi*; unswers to Ihe name of
"Ilrun."   Address
BISHOP OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
(ooJHto)
HOWSE & RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Etc  Eto.
WISE'S BUILDING,
Opposite 0. P. N, GO'S Wharf,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
seffltc
W.H.EAIDINC.        A.J. M'MILUH. C. E.
FALDING & McMILLAN,
LAND SURVEYORS
DRAUGHTSMEN,
Accountants, Convcynm-crs,
M Mi ai
OFFICE 1--M0KENZIE ST.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
ilclitc
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
ilOST FASIIIOMABLE liV THE CITY.
Opposite tho Bank, Columbia stroot,
Now Wcstniiuster, B. C.    • [my2ti-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col-
uniuia st., Now WestmiiiBter.
WEST END
Plain ami Fancy
Ll,    JJU11D,    11UD,   UWAUD,
Ami Confectionery nlwnys ou hnnd.
Delivered o any part of the City.
Columbia Stroel,
we-wt
Next Kwen's Cannery,
Columbia Street,   New Weitminiter.
SPEIRS & BEATON,
MACHINISTS AND GENERAL M.ACK-
SMITHS.
Tlie latest nppllnnccs In ninclilnory ami
louls, nml a good Job (*unnintceil.
Homo slini'lnn, ltt'pnirliiji ami .Inbhliij;
of ovory description. All orders promptly
attended to. oelle
A. GUTMANN,
DEALER IS
General Merchandise
COLUMBIA STKEET,       .    ■
0|i|i. Coliinlnl llrrli'l. Sow Wi<r.liuiii.li'r.
Guns, Ammunition,
('tears, Tobacco, randy.
MJ3r,s;-RSOI-X-A--CrJM-   jfijpjhs.
I1I01IKST CAHII l'KICK PAID I'Oll ALL
KINDS OFFUIIH.
.   OOlfio 	
"imperial
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'tf.
1 0:.]) Bmi.ui St. and 10 Pali. Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HCIUSKS ft OTHER
Buildings, (looils, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing mid Fnrming Stoek,
Ships in I'ort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cirgocaof such Vcsaels; also, Ships build-
inij ami repairing, Barges and other Yea
bcIs on navigable rivers and numb, aud
Goods on bonrd such Vessels, throughout
Grent Britain ami Ireland mid in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK DAMASK BY FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. AUMSTRONU,
Agent for Now Wcitminater.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WUAKP STREET ■ VICTORIA
.A-aEusras  JJB-OJR
Nortii British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finiibury Circus,
London, E. C.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER A MANUFACTURER OF
AND ALL KINDS OV
tiJSICAL INSTEHENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Jour, and will
be happy to receive and execute ordors
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through \V. H. Keary, N. Vf., will receivo prompt attention. jy2Sto
T. N. HlBBEN I CO.
\ ND GENBRAC DKALEItS IN-THE
4*- many ynrleUen ol stock indirectly
eoniicctet) with tno nbove.
■Having studied tlie bost markets to.-* the
l*«iit quarter of a century, economy in
pitioliuslng has beeu attained by Import*
lnjj In quantities direct from the publish*
em nnd ■innnufiictuiorfl, and no pains is
Spiffed to keep n full and well-selected
block.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
ttS'Tho following New Books Just recoived: Canadian I'lclure*, by Mar^als
or Lornej Trraxnry or Song* draw's I'n*
rlvallf-rl Family Alias. ocUQtc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
tS' Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the salo of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westiniuster and the Districts, v-
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock iu trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Hale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on tho above. Otlice of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled witli neatness
and dispatch.
Wm. McColl
Has ta West
Two Doors!
COME AND SEE
M Tin Have Cone Again, Boys!
THE PROPRIETOR. JAMES TURN-
BULL, having ngiiln token ponhcshIuii
of the TKHPEKANfi; HOUSE fronting on
Columbia and Church Htrcetn, opposite
Episcopal Church, City of New Westinin*
uter, B. C, and now known ns tiio
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will nrcnin module all his old friends nml
the uiibllc generally who favor him with
a call, at old prices. Board per tiny, 91,00;
Bonrd per wcck, $5.00; Single Meals, 25
centH;BcdH,!i5ceiili-. iWGood accommodation for Ladles und Families.     nu2lllc
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
DHM HOTEL
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PR0PMKTOH.
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B.C.
CLOSE AT HANI) TO THE RAILROAD
STATION.
THE UNDERSIGNED Irrivlrrg flttDdJip
(Ills new urrlrrlillrrlnncirl iihii first-elans
rcNIiinrnin.lnvllrrtlie publltilo give llllll
a call winm. sirnln are nerved on Ike
Bhnrtent Notire. Next door will be found
A Well-scleelol ilock or
GROCERIES, OAME AND FRUIT
Alio, a First-Clow Bakery.
P. CLAIR,
tocOm Proprietor.
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,  b.  c.
ALAR';**    STUCK   ALWAYS  ON
hand,   Hon-l* not In muck will I.o
ordered promptly.
ISewipaiicra   and   Mngnxlu«*   supplied from nil pnrttt of the world.
Juailc]     A. G, JOHNSTON, Malinger.
-ROYAL CITY-
3WAT IH TO SAY, HK HAS REMOVED
his well selected stock of aeneral
orehnndlso Into
Lundboiu's Block, Columbia St.
MEN'S  CLOTHING
-AND-
Furnishing Goods
JUST ARRIVED.
nrlih iis«or|moiil ot iiitui i un - ami
■-■OVIMIOXM rinili.it III' Iieiit III this city
fojr qtinllijy orjiriccit.
Give liim a call ami JiuIrc for yotlwolvas.
rrelSle
— "1? T9C *B —
ONE PRICE TO ALL!
LUNDBOM'S  BLOCK,
New   Westminster,   B.  0.
GROCERIES
Sold liy Wholesale.
UKTAM,   DEPARTMENT!
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Boots  and Shoes!
Hold ui oxcwiodtngly low prices.
Also, on hnnd, a liim<- slock of
wide.
L. GOLD.
Ilg  III
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard Street,
Kff TOHIIS1, S, C„
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OP
ROUGH AND DRESSED
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
IU CIIL1XARY nRPARTXEKT
IS UNDER THK CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THK UNDERSIGNED REGS LKAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will he found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apart-
ments are under  the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Rending Room, commodious, comfortably famished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
ONACINKHSTI1KKT,W!THOHW1TH-
inrl llrail'il.        Alr|rl) rrl lliln nniw.
 11081c	
FOB B-AJUn.
rOKE OF HEAVY WOKK OXEN FOB
Sule.        ApylyntTHIH OFFICE.
nol2ti:
To Rent or Lease!
THAT FINE TWO-STOKY HOUSE on
tlio corner ol Douglns nrril Pelham
Hlrootdj willi tho lot containing 1J4 acre..
Itentlow.   Applyto
ilolStc JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
FOR   SALE.
S":
Shell Boiler.
IB-Inch SprrlillngToolli Sow.
1-hornc Wnjioii,
lio IMIK-Inolj Stool Wro Hope.
4 Ox Voltes.
The uliovo will Ito snhl clionp.   Apply nt
lint JlriitielloHnwrnlll.
noSto DkBEC'K DUOS, i CO.
JNO. AUSTIN,
tltOPIUETO)
THE
HASTINCS, B. I.
LSHUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
nionldinirs.
Brackets.
Railings.
Balusters.
Newels,
Plain t Fancy t nil Kinds of
TURNED    WORK.
THIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS
. new Hotel has been recently completed and iB furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation aud accommodations ure unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATEBING PLACE
in British Columbia. Tho prospect is
charming, the sea breezes nre invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating aro excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Romns. Suites of apartments for familiea or parties. The Bar
ta entirely dotatched from tho main
building.
Ot The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs, Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc proprietor.
Farm for Salef"
THK UNDERSIGNED OKKKItH FOU
Huh- either ut tbo three SMO-auro Loin
nwiii'il liy 111111,1)8 11 may still the purehns*
*■!■■ Tliew- lumlN nro n unrt or tho finest
Minds ou Nurth Arm, Lulu island, nml
lie In ono of tlio hest sotttotnouW'Jn M. C.
AM have (Ino liiipinvoiiionts nud are
mostly/enct'tl. Therein a fino houso mid
two large and costly barns, nll new, on
the hinds. There Itt n Hunihivnnd week-
uay school nnd meetings of the different
porsntiHious hphi in llio iiolghhorhood.
Dieso Ittmls nn' ahoiil 8 miles distant
from llio terminus i-f the (.*. JM{, R. Also
utter* (Die Teiim for Mile. For»nrlleuhir.s
npiilytdineon Ihe momls-efi.
„     , JOHN (!. VKRMILYEA.
Norlh Ann, Dee. ill, lam, de20te
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landing,B.C.
The Victoria "Mail."
rpiIK .PUIIMCATION of thin Weekly
X being originally suspended for two
weeks pn oocnslon of Its removal, to thia
I'll.v.Hrcninstunces have forred tho publisher to slili (urtlior extend the time of
Its resumption until the river opens.
& K. SAllGISON,
PubllBhcr.
New West., Jan. 3, lfiSj. jny,1te
0STOTIO£3-
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut tho
xi tuidorslgiied, doing a general mer-
enandlse business at arnuvillc, B. C,
under the name <>( Hemlaw tl Co.. have
this day dlsHqlvqd partnership by mutual
consent. Owing to the ill health of H.
Heinlawi who retires fi-om the Arm. nil
debts must lie paid hi E, Gold, who as-
ttuinesull liahilitieK.
tRIgnwl) H. HEMLAW.
E. GOLD.
Granville, U. C, Dee.20, im.
THANKING AU, MY  FRIENDS for
thoir Idnit patmnagc for the pant, I
would ask a continuance ot the same for
the reimilnhiE partner.
Jliy^tc . H. HEMLAW.
FURNITURE I
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure iii announcing that he ia now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc,, at tho lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
Iu all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE iu tho City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. au5tc
0. R. & N. CO.
tlHK STEAMER
Will run between
rnlllngnt PortTownsi'iiil.KenllU.,
nml intorineuJlnlc l'ortr.,
as follows:
lU«l TtOOlM EVUT WOIMD» HI P.M.MMVIHI
AT NEW WtirMIUTEl FRIDAY MORHIMQ.
Leave Hew Westmihitei eveiv Satuioav at
i a.m.. abrivihc at taidma sunoav aher-
MDH.
REDUOTION OF FARES.
HE* WtlTMIIIlTER TO PORT TOWNSEND.     S4.00
Seattle,   -    -    6.00
Taooma, •   ■    • 6.00
»c8to 0. E. OLANCKY, Aeenl.
BDlSId
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Krarly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
MHOrtmont of al] ilsBcrlptiona of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
trinniui.
COAL HAEBOE
KOIt SALE nv
HUGHES & ATKINSON,
«l>IH»llr ro.t Omn., now wmniii.lrr,
Urltl.li < oliiinliln.
itoste
ia
F. KIMBLE,
CITY  BAKER
—ANll—
Produce Dealer.
Columbia St.,    New Westmlniiter.
 se_o	
TERMINUS
Livery and Stage Stables!
COLUMBIA STREET,
Font of Doiiglns,' XKW WKDTNIHHTEC.
WM. B. TOWHsiHoT PROPRIETOR.
n nay ii 11 n. ..i - mu tn to r.n *nsy.
Bpoeinl extrrr lllgrr wlien reqnlrctt,
Snilille Horses mid Buggies for hlro.
QonflWll Tmnnllig promiilly iittciuleil lo.
500 CORDS OF FIRE WOOD FOR SALE.
Onlcrs toft nl the Luntlon Miirkot will
bo promptly filled. oc8tc
GUNS!"
Rifles & Revolvers I
BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS
From $10.00 to 8150.00.
BREECH-LOADING RIFLES
From ?S.(H) to 875.00.
REVOLVERS
From 83.50 to 825.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
All stzen, from dust to 26 ball.
Eagle-Duck & Cants ft Haney
Diamond drain Powder.
Having imported direct from the Foe*,
tory tho largest stock of Gum, Hides and
Rcvolvors ever held in this Province, I
can nnd will sell cheaper thnn any other
house in B. C, and what WEBB lays
you' can rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER,
An IntmriiRf nlock mt lierllBg SMfa,
Pocket (tillory nnd TobacnmUta' tarn*
tlrlrit. nntl Tnnry fioatlii. aulStc NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Cook Oudt C. G. Major
Concert Choral Union
Barrister-at-Law, A*c W. N. Bole
Board and Lodging..\V. N. Bingham
Highways Wm. Smithe
Ght 'Jritteh Columbian.
Wr.meH.luj   Morning.  Jan. J.  !*«•
The extremely low prices of grain
nl* said to have heen felt much
more severely hy British farmers
thnn anyone else, and thero is
probability that the acreage under
grain will go on still further decreasing. Last year there were 2,750,-
000 acres under wheat in England.
In 1809 the acreage was 4,000,000.
This shows a very largo falling off,
and it is likely to lie decreased next
year by about 250,00,0 acres, lt
costs a great denl to grow wheat iu
Britain, and the outside competition
is every year becoming more alarm
ing. A good deal of lund hitherto
devoted to corn will be put under
grass.
Lotteries and Gambling.
Not long ago the polico at Snn
Francisco gathered in quite a number of people connected with various
lottery schemes, and sent them up
for trial. Among the institutions
represented in this take were tbe
famous Louisiana State lottery, the
Havana lottery, the Hamburg lottery, und others. Both the ticket
sellers for these concerns and persons found purchasing or in possession of tiekuts were grabbed. This
is a circumstance which affords some
encouragement. In the United
States it has not been customary to
enforce the laws relating to tliese
things with much.strictness, but of
late years very great progress has
been made in that direction. This
progress is especially noticeable in
the western states which, not very
long ago, were a long way behind
the rest of the world in the matter
of moral sentiment. In various
parts of California, Oregon and
Washington Territory tliere have
been strong measures adopted for
the enforcement of the laws relating
to Sabbath observance, the regulation of thp liquor traffic, and the
suppression of various forms of vice.
In sonic of these movements tlie
women have been conspicuous, and
have shown great judgment and
firmness in favor of what seemed to
them the right; and as women have
equal civil rights with men in Washington Territory, tbey are able to
make their opinions felt. It must
lie a matter of regret that no sueh
movement has been attempted with
any practical result in tin's province.
We have a Sunday law whicli many
people respect but which several
treat with contempt. We have laws
also for the regulation of the liquor
traffic. They are extremely imperfect, but even they are not enforced,
as they ought to bo, and there nre
persons wbo have been for years
selling without a legal license, In
this very city, where tlie Sabbath is
observed as well, probably, as in
any town in the country, there are
a few shops which remain open and
sell every Sunday, the authorities
taking no steps to enforce the law.
Raffles, which nre just as bad as lotteries, just as contrary to law, are of
common occurrence, and are even
carried ou sometimes under authority
of church entertainments. It would
be quite competent for the police
officers to enforce tho law against
these abuses, and to take away the
reproach wliich clings to us ns a
community of Sabbath-breakers and
breakers of the laws against games
of chance. It is not to the credit of
a Canadian province that i*. should
lie so far behind some of the western
states iu these respects.
view of his duty, and upon this assumption his action mot with hostile
and severe criticism from a large
majority of the newspapers both on
the sound and in British Columbia.
We refrained from making any com-
mont at the time because it seemed
to ijs the facts must have been imperfectly stated. Judge Greene is
undoubtedly a man of keen intellect
and common sense. His judicial
decisions have been marked by a
profound comprehension of the cause
under consideration and a far-reach
ing perception of its bearings. Wt
did not believe it probable that he
would commit himself to a doctrine
so repugnant to liberty of opinion
ns bad been represented. A cor
respondent of tlie Seattle Post puts
the caso in a very different light
and makes out what seems very
much more like the truth. The
Sunday law is a territorial law uow
in force, and in writing against its
observance the Chronicle wns actually inciting men to violate the laws
of tbo territory. The court, of
which Judge Greene is tbo head,
was directly responsible for the
Chronicle by virtue of its being receiver. It followed, therefore, tlmt
the court was directly responsible
for utterances inciting men to a
breach of tbe law which it was constituted to uphold. It was this
phase of the subject whicli called
forth the judge's protest and interference. He and the receiver whicli
lie named wero legally responsible
for that which was clearly incompatible with their position and tlie
dignity of the court We are of
opinion tbat Judge Greene was quite
justified in liis interference.
The Difference.
Some time ago tlie Seattle Ohro*
nick, ■wns placed in the hands of a
receiver appointed by tlie court.
The Chronicle has been opposing
the enforcement of tbe Sunday law,
and it was stated that Judge Greene
hud taken occasion to exercise a
most unwarrantable interference
with the liberty of the press. He
sent for the receiver, it was said,
and instructed him that in his (tho
judge's) opinion the Chronicle's opposition to the Sunday law had a
tendency to destroy its influence
and lessen its commercial value. As
representative of the creditors of
the concern it was his duty to seo
that it maintained its commercial
value, and he considered it competent for him, therefore, to oxerciso
suoh supervision over the editorial
and business management of tho
papor as would promote its interests.
This was taken to mean that tho
judge intended by force of law to
dictate the course of the Chronicle,
tyid would make its utterances upon
the Sunday law and other matters
conform to his own notions of propriety. If the judge had really
meant to do such a thing, he was
undoubtedly taking a very extreme
Another Warning.
Some months ago The Columbian
drew attention to the fact thut tlie
whole traffic of the interior was
being forced ou to the railway while
the track was in a most unfinished
condition. In a series of articles
we showed that this arrangement
was not only*dangerous to life, but
in a commercial sense it was destructive to tlie interests of the
country. It is to be regretted that
the facts then made public were not
productive of thorough investigation
and tiie application of measures
looking to the protection of life as
well as the protection of the public
from a monstrous monopoly which
hns been carried on either with tlie
connivance or express approval of
the federal authorities. The Victoria Colonist was foolish-enough to
permit itself to be made the organ
through which the shameful conduct
of the railway contractor was openly
defended. It went far enough to
assert that the road was iinished
and ballasted from Spence's Bridge
to Port Moody, and that it was a
safe and well constructed road. We
pointed out tbe indisputable fact
that there was not a rod of tbe track
ballasted from Port Moody to Port
Haney, and that from Port Haney
to the Mission it great portion of it
remained unballasted, Not only so,
but in other respects the road was
in a very unfinished condition. Between Port Moody and Port Hammond tliere nre a large number of
bridges, and the approaches to these
bridges consist of temporary trestle
work wliich lias never been filled
in. It was at one of these temporary structures that the serious ncci-
dent occurred hist Friday night.
Xot far from Port Moody there is a
bridge over a small stream with a
considerable extent of temporary
trestle work at each end, add a very
sharp curve. Here the passenger
coach and a locomotive got off the
track, tumbled over the trestle, and
seriously endangered the lives of a
large number of passengers. It is a
marvellous thing that the injuries
received were not much more serious in extent. If the whole structure had not collapsed, the locomotive behind would almost certainly
have telescoped the passenger car,
and the loss of life might have been
appalling. Wo are glad that no
lives were lost, and that the injuries
received wero comparatively slight
One of the passengers may become a
cripple for life, and it is to be hoped
this accident may call tho attention of the Ottawa government to
tho condition of railway matters in
this province in such a way as will
lead to prompt interference. It need
scarcely bo mentioned that this road
has never been finished or passed by
any euginecr on behalf of tlio government, and that in any other
province it would not be suffered to
carry passengers for a moment. But,
as we have already pointed out, it
has not only been carrying passengers all the season, but the railway
contractor and the steamboat company have entered into an arrangement which forced all passengers
and freight for places above Hope
to go by the railway. Then the
railway contractor and tho steamboat company deliberately udopted
a tariff which can l)e characterized
by no other word than extortion,
And the Dominion government tacitly became a party to this nefarious combination by transferring the
river mail service from the steamers
to the (uilwny, audi tin-owing tho'
whole service into Wli a muddle
that tlie whole south side of the
river is alive with indignant protests. The Dominion government
has power to regulate the running
of trains over any part of the road,
and to fix tariff rates, It has not
exercised that power.. It has permitted the contractor to make his
own tariff, to run trains just as he
liked, to uso the government rails
and government bridges for a service which in defiance of law and
common prudence is endangering
the lives of the people, and for the
purpose of helping him to maintain
this monstrous and crushing monopoly it has given hiin a mail subsidy!
Surely some person will stand up',in
parliament and denounce this most
scandalous piece of business, and
call upon tbo government to stop in
and cither regulate tbe traffic or
take the servico into its own bands.
Thu breakdown of Friday night hus
not beon unexpected. It has been
a wonder to tliose acquainted with
the circumstances that accidents
have been so few. Thore have been
many narrow escapes, and the railway people apparently had conic to
imagine that good fortune would
still continue to follow them. But
it has not dqne so, and public opinion
or public officials should insist that
some regard shall hereafter be paid
to the lives and tho reasonable rights
of the people.
MAN WANTED.
(MABIUED VKEKERUlito.)
WITH ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED DOI*.
1 iir.s '•]i|*lhil11<Hiiki" chiirgc l(f ■[ ftirin.
(Produce is more profitable tlinu labor).
Apply W)      T, Vf, KERR,
11022(0 New Westminster, 11. C.
STQTICE. •
PARTIES ARE HEREBY CAUTIONED
J. UKiilnsl noj-otliitlnj,'or otherwise dent-
1111* With n promissory note drawn by
Duncan Smith in favor of A. O, Fraser,
dated 11th Den., 1888, for the sum of 8803,001
Ilie sume huving bnen lout by tlie undersigned,
RIC1ID. H. ALEXANDER,
BuiTiml Inlet, B. C, 23rd Dee. IBM.
Card of Thanks.
1UIE SISTERS OP ST. ANN bog lo rt
turn their shiRCte thanks tnt.hrLadies
und Gentlemen of New WeHtmlnsterainl
vloltlity, for tlieir  grent   kindness  and
gonorbBlty in limiting tholcB^zaur what it
roally wns—a success; thunks to the persevering exertions of those who spared
neither pains nor trouble to nssist Ilie
good causo, The -Sisters ulsu /eel under
many obligations to our oity merchants
for kindly furnishing supplies. Thev hit
happy to say that the proceeds of the Bazaar amounted to over On? thousand dollars.
New Westminster, Doe,2D, 18B8.     jnyilte
N
W.'
NORMAN HOLE,
UAUUISTEIt-AT-LAW.
Limit Agent. Honey In I
NowAVcs'Jmlnster, B.C.
Jny7m3
BOARD ANDLODGING
A   LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOM, newly
 furnished and we I
for two or three gent lem
rate.
. BINGHAM,
At L. Gold'sStoro.
THE   EIGHTH  CONCERT
CHORAL    UNION!
Wlfil. in: ftlVKS   IS THK
SKATING    RINK*
On \\ ciliii'sdii)  Evening, .Inn. Mill.
mHE MIOQRAMME ulirrctmlm nt n
_ CrlirllllH, "Till* IrillTplllK Iti-rmty," nrr.l
asroTiOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, application will" be made, at. tlie
...xt session of the Legislature of British
'Columbia, for an Act to incorporate a
Company for the purposo of constructing
and operating a street railway botween
Granville und ihe Hastings Government
BeserVe, uud between ilie former.point
und a point on English Buy, with power
to tite said Company to extend branch
lines in n northerly or southerly direction,
such railway to puss over such lands only
as nre nt the passing of this Aet, or whicli
may be hereafter, set aside for public
roads,
D. M. EBERTH,
Solleftor for Applicants,
Dated 11th December, J88J. jnyttc
■etlim
of pal'lso
tui solos mm mieiii.
oneert at 8.   Adml
Wet.".: Itescrved.-Ciits7.jets., Iliuv I
seemed al T. It. l'enrson A Co's.    jnyTId
I nst ru me
Doors open at 7,80; ■
, und vocal aud
HIGHWAYS.
WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT
NOTICE  IS
the foil-
mi feet. In  Wk!
HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
.vlng described Highways,
li, arc horoby established.
Commencing nl the south-west corner of
rCcllonM, Block r. North, Itiinne (1 West,
n<l running due north nloii','the section
Inclotlic norlh-West corner of the s:ild
Section ;i:i. and having n width of :W feet
on each side thereof.
Also, commencing at (lie south-east
corner of Lot 327. Group I., on (lie shore of
Port Moody; thence on aline due north,
along the eastern boundary of and through
said Lol 2*:', Group I., and a continuation
thereof, extending a distance of half a
mile north of said lot, aud having a width
of ml foet, measured to I he east of said Hue.
Dominion License Aet,
NEW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
THE   LICENSING  COURT stands adjourned till Thursday, (health day of
Mnrcli, 18S5, nt II o'clock a. m.
By Order, W. I). FERRIS,
Cliief Inspector.
Dec, 20,1881. Jny8t2
Words Fail. -£?«
Selbv Carter, of Nashville, Tcnn., "for
tho benefits derived from
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Having boon nflllctcd all niy lifo with Scrofula, lay system seemed saturated with It. It
came out In Blotches, Ulcers, and Mattery
Sores, nil over my body.;1 Mr. Carter states
that ho wiib entirely cured by tlie uro of
Ayku'h Saii8A1'auim.a, and since discontinuing Its use, eight months ngo, lio hns had
ho roturn of the scrofulous symptoms,
AU baneful infections of the blood are
promptly removed by this unequalled alterative.
PREPARED UY
Dp. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; ?i, Hi bottles for W.
MONUMENT::
J. A. BOWES
BUTCHER
YALE & HOPE, B. C.
All Orders for Moat promptly tilled
(lloKIc)
D. J. ROBSON,
NEW WESTMINSTER,      .
Bole Agent lor Uritish Columbia.
«u2tc
I'ltOVINUAl, Sj-XllETAItY'S C-KFIUK,
ll)th December, mi.
WHEREAS the Lloulomint-Governor
in Council Is empowered, undor tho
"Pnhlic Schools Act, 1H711," tocreateSchooI
Districts, In addition to those nl ready exist I rig. and to define tlio boundaries thereof, and from time to time to niter the
boundaries of existingDlslricts; it Is hereby notified that Ills  Honour has been
pleased t'i direel that the boundary of the
Bid BarSehotil District beallered and re*
defined as follows:
All thai Iraet of land embraced within
tin* circumference of a circle whose centre
ball bethemmilliof lliji Bar Creek, nnd
vhose radlus shall be a distance of Iwonly
20) miles from such centre.
By Command,
NOTICE.
To Contractor & Builders
SEALED TENDERS will be received by
the Honorable tho Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works ill) to'noon of
Thursday, 16th Jnnunry nosLfarnioorca*
Hon of a wharf at Deniuan Island,
Plans nnd spocl Heat Ions can be seen,
ami forms for tender obtained, at tho
ollice of the undersigned, or at the residence of Robert Swan, Esq., Denninu Island.
The lowesl or any tender not necessarily
acceptod.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands and Works Dept..
Victoria, II. (*., Dee. SIM, lf»I,      jliy.ltd
-THE-
Mechanics'   Store!
NEW SCALE OF PRICES,
X_.    GrOX-JD
HAS DECIDED  TO  SELL  HIS GRO*
eerles by retail, giving to the Public
HrNl Flour, S*..;'!'., per bill.
Light Brown Sugar, tl r. per Hi,
U run it Inlcil      "     lie,    "
Beit Mark Tea        mv.   •'
Best 4*recn Ton        45 r.   "      '*
llesi Green Coffee, %'ty. e.   "
Best (irvcii CoAce, pure .lava, d Bin, fur
a dollar.
Bent 'riromiil Coffee, pure Javn, '.'.le, iter
pound.
Kaslcru covered Hums, •iOr. per III.
(•olden Syrup, 15c. per gal.
Oatmeal, 50c. per sack, 10 Bin.
Lamp Sugar, Vi'-r- per Ib.
Hire, $11.75 per cm1.
All description of 'Jrarerlcs, Hplces, &<
ill be sold In  -	
being too long.
will be sold lu proportion, a ih'taiii
■s, Ac,
ed list
Br,v<io»ilM, Bonis and SIiih'k, nothing,
Ae., nre offered al equally low prices,
The nbovo prlC08 being aciually tho
wholesale rates, no rebate wilt be made
no matter how largo the i|iiaiitlly purchased. Jnyilte
LAND  SURVEYORS
DRAUGHTSMEN
TOWN I'LOTS \ SPECIALTY
Real Estate, Insurance and
Conveyancing or nll Descriptions   accurately   and
promptly done.
r. O. Drnw.r Yi. Telephone No. 411.
OFFIOE:
EHiU'd's Block,   Columbia   Street,
OP!-. HANK OP ItltlTISH COLUMBIA.
Jnyqle WOOIW ts THINK*.
All amounts  unpaid   on 20th
inst. will be placed in court
for collection.
A settlement I must have and I
shall insist upon it.
C.G. MAJOR
Jnnunry 0, 1S84.
The balance of
Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Jackets and Ulsters, Women's and
Children's Hosiery,
&c, all Dress Goods,
at a sacrifice.
CIMAUIffiN
WATCHMAKER
Jeweller & Optician,
COLUMBIA STKEET,
New Westminster, B, 0.,
Beg* to inform liis patrons anil tlie in-
Inilritirrrt. of Uritish Columbia, that
lie lias engaged tho services of
MR. F. CRAKE,
For a miililier nf yearn manager of the
Watchmaking nml Repairing Department of Messrs. Savage, Lyman k Co.,
of Montreal. They sny of hiin that he
ia one of the very liettt workmen ever in
their employ, nml tlioy part with him
with regret, whioh U n siiliieiunt guarantee of liis ability, I havu spared nelthtr
troulilo nor expenso to get ono of the
alilc.it men, and I am determined to
mnke my business second to none fn
British Columbia. Mr. Crako will have
entire charge of the Watch department.
Chronometers, lUpenlm, Chrono-
Kraiilm, and all complicated watches
rated and adjusted. Hrokuu or lost parti
made equal to new. Any parties having
Watches which havo been in the hands
of incompetent Watchmakers and can't
he made to go, send them to mo, packed
in a small box, hy nmil, registered or
otherwise, and they will have my immediate attention; and perfect satisfaction
will ho given,
Tho manufacturing Jewelry la under
my personal charge. All kinds of Jewel*
ry made to ordor nnd the quality of the
goods guaranteed. Diamonds and pre*
eious atones net with etfte. All my
charges are moderate, I have a new and
well-flcleotcd atock of WitcllCS, ClOCkfl,
ti'olrt, Sliver nnd .tolled Plate Jewelry nnd Plnted Ware, all of the beat
quality. New patterns constantly orriv*
ing.
All Watched sold will be closely regulated to n few bccoiiiIb a month, thus doing away with the annoyance of having
an iuipoifccttimc-koopor,
C. M, MoNAUGHTEN,
jnyilte Wntohinakor k Jeweller.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMrOBTKKS IND DEALERS IS—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second  .to  no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
 SOLE AGENTS FOR	
The Henry F. Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
Tlie Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
And agent* for all the loading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL  FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, aa neatly and cheaply
aa at any othei establishment in the
Proviuce,
 AGENTS  FOR	
Confederation Life Assurance Co..
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co.,
 Agents for First-Olana	
IE til BHUU800F SUES
SHirriNO   RKCKIPN,
DEKDS  MORTOldKB,
BILLS Of BALK,      .
CVBT0H H0VSK BLANKS,
HUSKS, PROM. HOIKS,
0KBKK8, RKCI1PTS,
And .11 kimi, ol Blink Book.Juii! Blink
Forms on hud.
 All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
PERIODICALS
Regularly received, Bnbacriptioni taken
for any Publication at loweat ratal.
Af We import direct from manufac-
turera, and cannot Im undersold in thia
Province.
T, S. PEARSON A 00.,
COLUMBIA   STRKET,
New  Weitminiter, B. 0.
(feSto)
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHKR NOTICE the rated
of expreKf- freight on packages and
pnrcclH, safely nnd properly put up and
not containing any extra valuable or
dangerous compounds will be;
Between Victoria and New Westminster.
Packages under 10 lbs..!...; ...25 cts. ench
Packages over 0 und under 25...50 cts. each
Packages over 24 and under W..75 cts. each
Packages over 50 at I cent per lb
Prom New Westminster to Yale.
Less than 3 llffl 25 cts. each
From 3 lbs. to 10 lbs 50 cts. each
From 10 lbs. to 251 bs 75 cts. each
grom2BlbS.toG01bs si 00eaoh
From 80 lbs. to75 lbs $i 50 each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or ovor..2cts. per lb
To ftiiciK'e'H Bridge and Point* between
Vale nud Bpenee's Bridge.
Less thnn 2 lbs 25 cts. each
From 2 lbs. to 5 lbs 60 cts. each
From 8 lbs. to 10 lbs $i 00 each
From 10 lbs. to25 lbs toots, per lb
From 25 lbs. to 75 lbs 8 cts. per lb
Over75 lbs (iets. perlb
To Nieola, Savona,  Kamloops,   Caolio
Creek antl Clinton, 20 cts. per lb.
To BnrkcrvlHo and ull   points botween
Bnrkorvilloiuid Clinton ...25 ots, perlb
On C. 0. D. and valuable packages one
percent, on value In addition to ordinary
rates, *
MONEY  RATES
Between Victoria and Sow Wesfnilniiter,.
40 CTS. PER «|00.
Remittances insured ngalnst nil risk ab
"Lloyd's."
IBANK   &,  B.4BKABU,
Manager 11. C, Express Co>
CO. MAJOR, Columbia St..
nu2to Agent New Westminster.
NE"W
HOTEL,
Columbia Street,
•Bf UU, E, C
mHIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL
NOW OPEN
And ready for the reception of guests.
The building and furniture arc entirely
new throughout, nnd It is the
BEST FURNISHED HOTEL
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The Building is Fire-Proof throughout,,
is most complete in nll its appointments,  and  strictly first-class.
i3T Rooms may be secured hy Tola--
graph.
C1IKIH. WILSON.
Manaokk.
J. E. IN8LKY.
PllOPniETORt.
(noBtto)
STILL CONTINUE
FOR NOVEMBER I
11IIE PEOPLE OF NEW   WESTMIN*
■   slernndstiiToiindlnj' court try nraln*
viled to see tlio
ftS?>flREAT REDUCTION
In Die prices of (lunds at
The ROYAL CITY   ,
Boot & M Store
The people are no doubt aware of (tie Superior quality of Roots mul Shoes
and other Ooods kept by
MRS. E. GOLD,
Which nro unqiiostlounblythebestln this
City, and cannot be surpassed nuy*
wherein tlm Provinco,
NOW IS THE TIME
To innko pn rebuses, when Qoods aro sold
to suit the (lines, becnuse
Money Sinctl Is Money KnrneU.
The following goods, Imported from tbe
manufactories, nro nlftrcd nt ii ureal ro*
ductlon.ns (he stock Is larger tban tbe
stato of Ihe market jm-Ullcs:
40 pieces Canndian Tweeds.
Z75 suits of Men's, Hoys' nml Youtbe
Clothes.
100 dor.eu Whito Hhirts.
no dozen assorted Hhirts.
1)5(toxou fine American Hals of (be latest styles ami finest quality,
ldcascsof New (fowls Just received by
steamer Idaho,
Tbe following Is the reduction of prices:
20 per cent, oil' Hoots and Shoes,
25     "     "     Tweeds.
Nt    "     "     Clothing and Hats.
80     "     '!      DryGoodB.
4(1     "     "     Fancy (Ioods.
This Ureal Keiliirllnn begins an
Tuesday, October 14th
AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
PUKTHEIl NOTICE.
MtCoimlry (micro will be intnctiiatly
ntti'iiilutl ta
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
COMJMHIA STREET,.
0|i|). Ewrmrn Cnmmry,     Niw WEIIUIHIHI.
. oolHil.	
girl" wanted."
ONE   WHO UNDEHHTAND8 GENE*-
• ral housework.  Apply to
MltH. li, HOKNON,
<1e8tn ltoyal Avenue.. ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—Ffrst inset-
Hon,Sets, per lino; subsequent inseillims,
acts, perllne.
Regular Commercial nnd Business Ad*
verilseiiH-nK -i column, fl".' per uiontht
Weol:, J7 per .month; Vjcol.,*! per month)
I inches, n per immlli; I Inch. $1.60 pel
mouth. These rates to be charged on
standing advertisements wliich rcinidn
over 3 months. If for n less period lht
rates will be: ! col.,}!", |«*r month; Kcol.,
|fl; K«oL.*>;:'inches i'i; i iucli.ji*
Specials, among reading mauer.—First
insertion, 10 cts. perllne; sntiset-tieiitin*
tortious,5els. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, Slouch.
Funeral notices iii*emn puny ing death no*
tlce,'flets.oxlra.
M*r AM tmu.slcnt advertisements, will b*
measured by a scale of soiiil Notiparlcl.
Whieh makes 12 lines to the Midi und 7
words to the line. Display lines must lit
allowed for In making csMmules. No ud-
vertlsemoiil luserlei for less than fl,00.
flu British folnmbmn.
Wednesday Morning, Jon.  1.  IMS.
The monotony of tho polico court
still continues,
Russia is sending fresh beef in refrigerator cars to England.
If you want a neat calendar for 1885,
call at T. It. Pearson k Co's. *.
A deficit is shown by the Prussian
budget of 22,000.000 inarkB..
It has been raining for several days,
and the snow is now nearly all gone.
Miss Woods' sohool will re-open on
Monday, January Cth, jny3t2
The Hyack annual ball is expected
to come off about three weeks from tonight,
A council of Royal Templars of
Temperance has been organized at Nanaimo,
French cheese-makers realize from
9150 to $200 per annum on each cow
they keep,
The duwn train last Friday night
was delayed an hour by n slide above
Maple Ridge.
Constable Sharpo reports a lively
run un the Port Moody lockup for the
past week or so.
The sleighing hns disappeared, and
we may be said to Imve entered upon
the era of bad roads.
The chaingang has been usefully employed for some days shovelling snow
nnd Blush off the sidewalks.
All whom it may concern are invited
to read Mr. 0. G. Major's business announcement in another column,
It was expected a largo band of cattle, something over 200 head, would
eoine down on the train last night.
There were 189,105 deserters from
the Union armies during the Rebel
Hon, and 104,428 from tbo Confederate
ranks,
The regular Blue Ribbon entertain-
ment will be given in the lecture-room
of the Methodist church at 8 o'clock
to-night.
In Mr, Scouller's letter of Saturday,
referring to tho Asylum stoves, ttio
name should have been "Veto," not
"Victor."
Port Said, situated at the northern
terminus of tho Suez Canal, hns tho
reputation of being the wickedest place
in tho world.
The ice in tho river has uot yot
broken up. There are large open
spaces to be seen, and the whole thing
will soon go.
The people of this city hnve been
having lots of fun sinco the river
closed, but the thing is now becoming
monotonous.
The rainfall at this city for December amounted to only 3.81 inches,
which is 5.87 less than the mean for
past 10 years.
It is rumored that claims for damages will be made against Mr. Ondor-
dond on account of the late accident
nenr Port Moody.
We believe Mayor Dickinson is
likely to be eluded by acclamation
this year, and wu believe it would be
in the interest of thu city,
Sinco tho river became obstructed
with ice, times have been unusually
brisk at Port Moody, nnd on stoamer
nightB the hotels uro crowded.
The county court opens at 11 o'clock
this morning. Thero aro about 20
cases on the calendar, nono of which
ara of any special public interest.
Ab selling ofl' Is the order of the day,
James Ellard k Co.  beg to Inform the
public that they will give 10 per cent.
discount on all goods bought for cash.
(deHtc)
It is bolioved that the present mnyor
of Viotoria will seek reelection.
Messrs, R. P. Rithet and .las. Fell
will also lie candidates for the mayoralty.
Stanley, tho African explorer, haB
received soven titles, twenty-four decorations, ninety-live resolutions Of
thanks, mid 150 complimentary dinners.
This is tho season uf stock-Inking,
and it ought to be tbu season nlso for
fiaying one's debts. There is nothing
ike beginning tho year with a clean
shoot.
At the Hynck meeting Inst Monday
Mr. Wm. McColl was nominated for
-chief engineer and Mr, Jno. Walsh as
assistant engineer uf the tiro department.
The results of the Semi Tontine system
•of the Equitable are really marvellous.
Ask Woods k Tcrnek for one of thoir
-cards showing the profits secured by tho
.assured. jnyilte
Let the electors take care to see
.next Monday that |wraons are nomi-
innted for Ihe municipal council who
will carry with them the confidence of
the people.
The oity council met on Monday
afternoon nnd transacted sume routine
business. The auditor's roport was
not ready, and tho council adjourned
until to-morrow afternoon,
Wo beliovo Messrs. Cunningham,
Curtis and Henderson will retire from
the oity council this year. Let the
citizens put In their places three of the
best men that can be found.
Quinine, a few years ago, was
sought aftor at $5 per ounce. In November of last year it had fallen to
81.75, while tho price ruling for the
put few months has been in the neighborhood of 81.
Sixty Harvard freshmen havo dropped their Latin, eighty their Greek,
tnd one hundred their mathematics.
None of them have dropped their baseball or their boating, however, and
college culture is atill safe.
What tho people uf this xity want
most of all just now is councillors who
have no personal interests to servo beyond the general good uf the city. We
don't care a straw what pnrty he supports, if he is independent and disinterested.
Lut week a water pipe on Clarkson
streot burst and flooded McKonzie st.
The weather was oold, nnd the water
froze nearly a foot thick on tho aide-
walk. This shows wator pipe may do
iu the wny of mischief when it goos on
the bu'st.
Beautiful
(graphic     panoramic
views in British Coiumbin, 75 cts, per
set at T, R. Pearson A Co,'8. *
Tho choral uniun concert is announced for next Wednesday evening,
when the cantata "The Sleeping
Beauty" will be given, together with a
miscellaneous programme. The choral
union should receivo the support and
encouragement of our citizens.
It is expected the steam showl will
como duwn this week and begiiffillnig
in some of the temporary trestle wurk
nenr Port Moody. We understand
thnt tho cutting in the gravel tidge,
now. about 9 feet too high, will be
taken down to specification grade.
As the local legislature meets next
Monday we shall soon learn from government organs thnt the speech from
tho throne was a masterly and compre-,
hensive document, and from the opposition organs that it was devoid of
nny characteristic except length and
emptiness.
Tho city schools reopened on Monday. We are glad to find that the attendance at the high school this term
is likely to bo larger than it was last.
It is expected there will be about 30
pupils present. The high school should
receive a hearty support. It is under
the management of a thorough teacher.
. Attention is called to the business
announcement made by Mr. Mc-
Naughten iu our advertising columns.
Hitherto it has often been necessary
tu send fine watches aud jewellery to
Victoria for repairs, but that need uo
longer be dune. If Mr. Crnko's credentials ure worth anything (nud they
certainly ought to be), ho is fully competent to undertake any kind of wurk
in thnt lino.
Gaol Supplies.—Tendora for gnol
supplies havo been opened, and tho
contracts awarded as follows: Charles
McDouough, clothing and groceries ;
Kelly Brothers (West End Bakery),
hrend ; Van Volkenburg Bros., meat ;
Jus. Wise, wood.
New Steamer. ^-J. V. T. Mitchell,
of this city, haa received n contract to
build a sternwheel steamer for Mr.
Onderdonk, contractor on the Canadian Pacific, to ply on the waters of
Kamloops Lake. Mr. Mitchell, with
a dozen or more ship carpenters, will
leavo here in n few dnys to perform the
joh.-Seattle Post,
The Fihk'Ekoinb.—A telegram was
received from Mr. Ronald yeaterday.
For the past two weeks he has been
waiting at St, Paul until the blockade
ou the Northern Pacific would be
raised. The new engine has been
snowed up somewhern in Washington
Territory for two weeks. Both Mr.
Ronald nnd the engine started Inst
Saturday, nnd it is expected tho machine will reach this city on Thursday
or Friday of next week.
Who Elected Him. — Cleveland
owes his election to French Canadian
votes lis well as tu the influence of
Mr. Conkling, St. John's candidature,
aud scvoral other causes. There are
8,000 French Canadian votes in New
York Statu, nnd theso, it is said, went
solidly for Cleveland. The French
Canadians ought to bu satisfied with
ruling tho Dominion, without wanting
to huld the balance in tho United
States also.-^l/Won/o Globe.
Week of Prayer.— There wns n
very good attendance at the Presbyterian Church on Monday night, nnd a
vory interesting address wns delivered
by tho pastor, Rev. J. S. McKay, B,
A. Those meetings will bo continued
each evening during tbo week*' Tn
conscqdencc of other arrangements
it was nnt thought expedient to hold
service iu tho Methodist Church evory
night, but there will bo prayer meetings bold on Thursday and Friday
nights.
Moke Mam, Delays,—We are Informed thnt the mail steamer from
Victorin went tu Moodyville again last
Friday before delivering thu mails,
and remained there nbout nu hour and
a half. All that time the stages were
waiting nt Hustings, and the people of
this city were waiting for their mails.
Wo nre informed that a ferryman offered to bring the mails over to Hastings for nothing, but was not allowed
to du au. If tlie C. P. N. Co. docs
juat as it pleases, and systematically
ignores the people whom it is paid to
servo, what is the post otlice inspector
doing about it ?
Heap Whiskey.—ReturnB from the
Custom House at Kootenay show that'
during the two months from 15th Sept.
to 15th Nov. 3,730 gallons of whiskey
were brought tutu thnt district, the
value uf which is $11,157. Now, on
referring to tho list of vutera for Kootenny we find they number just 30,
and of these probably thore aro not
more thnn 15 who nre really entitled
to vote. It would seem, therefore,
that the whisky consumed each year in
Kootenny amounts to 22,380 gallons,
worth $00,042, which would be 1,492
gals, for ench voter. It is stated thnt
during tho snmo period two mule loads
of Hour wero brought into Kootonay
district, but we are puzzled to know
what lhey wanted with ao much Hour.
A Nkw Yeah's Gift.—Bishop Sillitoe was oiit sleigh-driving on Tuesday,
the 30th ultimo, at Hastings, when ho
met thero a party of New Westminster
gentlemen on a simitar excursion, pnn
of tho latter party mado a remark upon
the homely appearance of the Bishop's
sleigh, and then suggested that it wna
scarcely npproprinte to his lordship's
position ; whereupon, with real British
Coiumbin promptitude, tho hat was
passed round, aud tu such good purpose, thnt on New Year's Eve n splendid cutter was driven tip to St. Mary's
Mount nnd presented to the Bishop
and Mrs. Sillitoe, on behalf of tho donors, by Mr. Angus 0. Fraser. Tho
cutter ia a model of lightness nnd uio-
gnnce, nnd most comfortably upholstered. Mr. Bon Douglns (Douglas &
Deighton) supplemented the gift with
n Bet of sleigh bells nud a whip.
—.. .*.	
Chinese Strike.—A despatch from
New York Bays that 70 Chinamen employed in a laundry at Belville, N.J.,
struok because one of them was requested' to iron n shirt a second time.
Ho throw down his iron, nnd all the
othors threw down theirs with a tro-
mundoua noise, departed from thu
building, went to their quarters, held n
counoil uf wnr nnd issued forth armed
with hammers, .tongs and long-handled
saucepans, made for thu laundry and
rushed upon tho superintendent, who
fled to the water-works adjoining,
where a numbor of Irishmen were employed, who earnestly dosirod to reason
with tho lioathen, but the superintendent would not permit it. Soon a
aqund of policemen enmc and tho Chinamen retired lo their quarters without doing nny damage. Thoy spent
most of the night in talk. In tho
morning many wished to return .to
their irons, but this wna denied thom,
An Outrage,-—YeBterday the mnil
steamer, instead of coining without
unnecessary delay and delivering the
mails to the stages, went first to Ladner's Landing, where she remained nn
hour and a quarter. Besides this waiting it would take her at least an hour
to reach that place and return. As a
consequence, Bhe hnd not arrivod
at Granville when hat we heard frum
that place and nt the time of going to
press no person knew whore she was.
The postmaster wns sitting up ready to
receive the maila, but they were not
oxpected much before 9 o'clock, and
our beautiful system requires The Columbian to be posted before 9 ! How
long aru the people of this city going
to suffer this sort of thing without a
protest ?	
It is wise to provide against emergen
cics that are liable to arise in every
family. A cold may be a dangerous
tiling, or not, depending upon the means
at hand to combat it. In sudden attacks
of cold, croup, asthma, etc., Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will prove tlio quickest and
most effective cure, and your best friend.
Another Hallway Smash 1
PASSENGER CAR PLUNGES THROUGH A BRIDGE
Tho train due at Port Moody last
Friday night met with a aerioua accident while crossing some temporary
trestle work a short distance beyond
the terminus. The train was drawn
by two engines until it reached Port
Hammond. There one of the engines
wna taken from tho front aud placed
behind the train. This was done, it is
believed, because it wns not considered snfe for two engines to go over the
track together, as aome of the temporary track is known to be weak and insecure. The engines were separated,
therefore, and one placed nt ench end
nf the train. In this way tho train
left Port Hammond some time after 9
p. tn. The pasaengera any thnt they
could easily feel the force of the rear
engine crowding the cars nnd sometimes almost lifting them from the
track. They were fully aware of the
cause, nnd some of them became quite
nlnrmed. When the bridgo near Port
Moody was reached the rear engine
kept on crowding, ond it ia believed
thia partially lifted the passenger car
from the rails at that dangerous point.
The approaches to the bridges are
made of temporary trestle work of n
very unsubstantial character, and this
work gave way under the jar occasioned by the crowding of the rear engine.
The coupling between the passenger
coach' and freight cars broke,'and the
passenger car nnd rear locomotive
went down the trestle work a distance
of 26 or 30 feet. It is most fortunate
that tin. engine did not light on the
top of tho car : for, if it had, the loss
of lifo would almust certainly have
been very great. The passenger car
turned over and wan brought up with
the front end'standing almost straight
up. The loc-jinotivo also turned over,
but neither of them seemed to have
Buffered very serious damage. The car
was. the uow ono just imported, nud
tjie engine was one of tlioso that, came
with it. There were quite a number
of passengers, and the confusion and
consternation were beyond description
when tho sudden crash of glass and
wood came about. The passengers
struggled out as best they could, some
effecting an exit through tho windows
and others through the doors. All
wero badly shaken, but the extent of
the injuries sustained was wonderfully
small. The wounded were conveyed
to Port Moody aa soon as poasible, and
roceivod whatever medical aid' was
available. Dr. Langia went over and
attended to some of- them, some were
placed under cam of Dr. Trew, some
were sunt to Victoria aud aome to
Yale. As fnr aa we have been able to
learn, the principal injuries were ns
follows : Catherwood, thigh bono broken, a vory serious fracture ; Gascon,
cap uf knee injured ; Robinet, thigh
cut, finger broken, and chest bruised ;
Reed, wrist sprained; Skeon, several
bruiseB, There were a number of
others more or less' hurt, three of
whom were taken to Victoria on the
steamer. A gang of men was set
to work to clean the track and repair
the damage. This was not accomplished until Monday morning, nnd nbout
9 o'clock tho train left for up country,
after being detained at Port' Moody
ever two days.
Immigration Statistics.
Mr. William Ross, immigration agent
nt this city, supplies the following particulars respecting the immigration entered at his uftico during tho past yoar,
up to the lst of December;
Sexes—Males, 1.751; females, 070;
children, 270 ; total number of souls,
2,597.
NationalitieB—England, 207; Scotland, 176; Ireland, 66 : Ontario, 542 ;
Quebec, 49; Nova Scotia, 142; Prince
Edward's Island, 33 ; Manitoba, 37 ;
New Brunswick, 31 ; United States,
152; Germany, 25 ; Norway and Swo-
deu, 14; France, 26 ; other countries,
64.
Trades aud Occupations—Farmers,
1,020; farm servants, 54 ; mechanics,
34; clerks, trades, etc., 3 ; female servants, 15.
General Destination — Doha, 89 ;
Surrey, 132 ; Langley, .184 ; Matsqui,
51; Sumas and Chilliwhack, 71 ; Richmond, 11; Burrard Inlet, 42; Maple
Ridge, 112; Mission aud river settle-
ments,791; Douglas, 13;Spallumcheon,
75; Kamloupa, 25 ; New Westminster
City, 21 ; Destination unknown, 80 ;
value of settlers' effects, 93,090.
Aliens, who have taken the Declaration Oath—United Stntes, 77 ; Germany, 10; Denmark, 1 ; Sweden, 5 ;
Italy, 5; Norway, 4; Austria, 2; China.
2 ; total, 105. 	
Geo. Andrews, overseer of tho Lowell
Carpet Corporation, was for over twenty
years, before bis removal to Lowell,
utllicted with salt rheum in its worst
form. Its ulcerations actually covered
more than hnlf tbe surfnee of his body
and Hinba. Ho wns entirely cured by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Seo certificate in
Ayer's Almanac for 18811.
From OkamiKim.
(Correspondence of the Columbinn,)
Okanauon, Dec. 20. — Times nro
very good with the rancher*, fnrm produce nnd stuck commanding good
prices. Real estate is advancing, nnd
additions tu our population continue tu
arrive in gratifying numbers. Wo
had a hall here last week, the first uf
the senson. It waa enjoyed very much
by those who wero present, nud there
nre more in contemplation. Until
very lately we have had fine open weather. At prosont it ia remarkably
cold for this season of the yoar,
From the North Arm.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
Noiitii Asm, Jan, 5.—Your correspondent noticed the following resolution
posted up on tbe Town Hall, and aa It
bad appended a request that district papers would copy, I take the liberty of
sending it to you: "Moved by Jno. Geo.
Robertson, seconded by Jno. McMyn;
nt a meeting of tbe I.O. A.T. North Arm
Lodge No. 1; Be it resolved that we view
with most aggravated feelings, the extreme partiality with which tho funds
collected by the committee for the X'mts
tree were distributed: as,we consider
that the bachelors had no right to receive
(iresents out of funds collected exclusive-
y for the Sabbath School; at the same
time we are willing to concede every
merit due to the teachers, for their perseverance and the Christianizing influences of their teaching; but it ia the
unanimoua opinion of this meeting that
the pupila were niggardly provided for;
aud we think that the presents might
have been more judiciously distributed,
thereby giving more encouragement to
tho'pupils— and lens to the teachers,"
No Haum in It,—-No harm can come
from using Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam ;
ns a remedy lor throat, bronchial aud
lung complaints it is always reliable and
positively safe.
From Maple Ridge.
'Correspondence of the Columbian.)
The entertainment on Xmas eve was a
success. The weather was all tliat could
he desired and as a consequence the attendance was Urge. A sumptuous supper was prepared by the ladies in the
town hall. After supper the assemblage
repaired to the aohooi.house in the immediate neighborhood. The walla were
tastefully decorated with evergreen
wreathes, mottoes and greetings becoming the occasion. Conspicuous in one
end of the school house stood the Xmas
tree, the rich fruits of which brought
cheer to some drooping hearts. The
onerous duties of Santa Claus fell on Mr.
J. R, McDonnell, who by his happy
jokes on the recipients of some of the
presents, added much to the entertainment of the evening. The first part of
the concert was chiefly taken up by Mrs.
Scccombe and her pupila. Making allowance for tbo short time devoted to
tuition nnd practice, the performance by
the children was good. An excellent
aud well rendered recitation waB given
by Mrs. McDonnell. Mra. Webber's
and Mra. Seccombe'a songs were much
appreciated. The ladies have worked
hard to make the entertainment a* success, and judging from the large turnout
their anticipations were fully realized.
Among the ladies who deserve Bpecial
mention are Mrs. Harris and Mra. McDonnell.
■ ♦	
Good for All.—For all diseases of the
blood, Uver, kidneys and bowels take
Burdock Blood Bitten. It is purely
vegetable, can do no harm, and is always
beneficial.
Heals or Puget Sound.
About the 1st of January the seals
come tu tbe northwest coast of this
country following the fishes, upon
which they feed. They are very fond
uf salmon, young halibut and herring, and nre great connoisseurs in the
matter of selecting the most tempting
piacatorial fodder. After gorging themselves they go to sleep on top of the
water, and from the time of their arrival until about the 1st of July they
aro hunted in certain well known
sheltered fish-banks on the American
aide, from Cape Flattery to Gray's
harbor, and nn the British side from
the mouth of the Straits of Fuca to
Barclay Sound.
The aeal catch iu that locality is
open to all, but with tho exception of
a few English schooners sent out from
Victoria, tho largest share of the operations are carried on by San Francisco merchants and speculators. This
year's catch was very large, numbering
about 30,000. There ia considerable
comment with regard to killing the
seals there, because nearly all of them
are with young. In nine cases out of
ten when one seul is killed an unborn
seal is found. Not more than five per
cent of alt the seals which go over to
Puget Sound between January and
July aro males. The theory is that
tho females go there to rest, tho majority of the males proceeding immediately to Behring sea. No one knows
where the seals como from. Old sea
captains hold the opinion that they are
scattered nil over the ocean like fishes,
but they never have been known to go
south of the equator. They come and
go like swallows.
In Puget Sound the method of hunting them is as follows: The owner of
the schooner gets together a few Indians from the British . possessions,
who take on board fifteen or sixteen
" dug-outs," and Bail out when tho
seals aro sleeping on the surface of the
water. The Indians He down in the
canoes and paddle up as near tlie seal
as they dure without waking the coveted prey. Then they spear the seal.
They are great experts at throwing the
spear, and can hit a seal at thirty yards
with unerring accuracy. It is uecessary to use the spear, for if tho seals
are shot they sink to the bottom almost
immediately. The arrangement is that
the vessel shall own one-third of the
catch, and buy the remaining two-
thirds from the Indians, Onu firm iu
this city secured 14,000 skins iu this
way during the season thnt hits just
passed. Soon aftor thu lst of July all
the seals, as if commanded by a military general, go in an immense body
tu Behring sen, and congregate for the
must pari in the bnya and on tho shures
of St. Paula and St. George's islands,
which are controlled by the Alaska
Commercial Company of this city.—
San Francisco Bulletin.
'(lood Resolutions for 1885.
To insuie my life iu the Equitable on
tho Semi Tontine system; also,
To insure my bouse, furniture nud
stock in the I'lieuix of Brooklyn ur the
Liverpool and Loudon nnd Globe.
ju 3to      Woods k Turner, Agents.
He was at Plevna when the siege was
begun, and he acted aa Osman Pasha's
private secretary. After the tall of Plev-
na Paine, then a prisoner, was offered by
the Russians to .the French Embassy, but
it so happened that an attache at tbe
Embassy had known Paine iu the day
immediately following the Commuue,and
the Embassy, accordingly, declined to
recognize him as a French citizen.. He
was, therefore, sont to a Russian prison.
After his release iu due time, he returned to Paris, where he worked some
years as a journalist. With great lining
and on his own responsibility, it is said,
he made the journey alone to the Mahdi's
camp, where he bail a warm reception as
a French subject and sympathizer. In
the present delicate state of tbe relations
between England and France, the question,of Fame's conduct, concerning which
General Wolseley is very indignant, are
likely to prove interesting, and it is
probable that there will be au immediate
revival of angry words between the newspapers of Paris nnd those of London.
The iden Chat the recently circulated
stories of the Mahdi's enmp and of the
general disruption of bis forces wbieh
reaohed Wolseley liavo bden managed by
Paine js a decoy scheme by which the
English might be led into an unsupported
advance of tbe camel corps across the
deBert from Ambukel to Shendy, is dia-
(■uioting to the English mind. , Wilfred
.'mint has written n letter in which he
lays the Peace Association is certain
that If the proper authority should be
given, it could negotiate a safe-conduct
for Gordon and the Khartoum garrison to
Dongola. He says the association could
also secure a general pacification of the
Upper Nile region.
*fnn Best Yot.— The best blood cleanser known to modern science iu Burdock
Blood Bitters. It purifies the blood of
all foul humors aud gives strength to the
weak.
The Mali's Ally.
A FRENCH SPY WHO HAS SECRET HEWS.
London, Dec. 111.—There is official
news hi London to-day that there iB a
Frenchman in the Mahdi's camp wbo haa
organized a secret service by which he
obtains from tbo French colony iu Cairo
news of nll Wolseley's movements and of
the English doings in general. This news
orcatca much indignation everywhere.
The attitude of the French in Kgypt hns
been hostile, but the present discovery is
something that has been wholly unlonkcd
tor, and Ib likely to provoke a diplomatic
minrrol between France nud England.
The Frenchman in question, one Oliver
Pnlne, ia $2 years old ami a journal-,
istio adventurer who was a leading character in the Commune. He was sent to
New Cnledonin nlong with other communists, hut escaped with Hochefort nnd
thou went to Turkey, ostensibly as a correspondent, but really as an adventurer.
Queen Charlotte Indians.
The Hydas, with the exception of
those who have embraced the Christian
faith, have no forms of religious worship, and I am informed by Rev. Mr.
Harrison,' missionary, at Masaet, and
probably the best authority upon the
subject, that there is no word in their
language whioh 'signifies the prniae ur
adoration of a Supreme Being. Thoy
believe in a Great Spirit, a future life,
and in the transmigration of souls.
Their God, (Sha-nung-et-lag-e-das),
poisesses chiefly the attributes of
power, and is invoked to help them
attain their desires. Their Devil,
(Het-gwa-lan-a). corresponds with the
devil of common belief, a demon who
in various forma brings upon them evil
and destruction.
MORALS.
The moral degradation of these people is so great that they seem to be
nearly destitute of any senso of wrongdoing, while committing the grossest
social sins imaginable. There is every
reason to believe that beforo they came
,n contact with tho whites, they were
much given tu licentious practices.
Many '.f their legends nnd traditions
are filled with vulgarities too grent fur
translation. But with the opportunities afforded after the influx of whites
into their country for obtaining money
by the prostitution of their females,
this practice has prevailed until many
of the present generation of young Indian woman seem to regard this mode
of serving .heir kindred aa their legitimate end. Almost incredible as it
may appear, fathers and mothers be*
come procurers for their own daughters, brothers for sisters, and in some
instances, husbands for their wives.
Soon after my arrival at Skidegate, a
Hyda young man called at my cabin to
see if I would not take a rather comely
Indian girl, nbout twenty years of ago,
who accompanied him, to live with rae,
and neither seemed in the slightest
degree embarrassed, eithor in making
the proposition or when it was declined.
Immodesty of speech or action in publio places, however, is rare, even among
those women who change their man as
often as it suits their caprice or convenience. Both the married and unmarried have apparently not neglected
their opportunities to improve upon
tho native stock by the introduction of
foreign bloud. There are Russian,
English, Canadian, American, Chineso
and Negro Hydas; Hydas with fiery
red hair, tow heads, blue eyes, and all
cumplexiona from black to pale white.
Many of theso homeless half-breeds
aro farmed out with relatives, by their
mothers, when single, thus leaving
them freo tu go and como without incumbrance. Barrenness, disease and
early death are the fruits of such promiscuous intercourse, to such an extent that their utter extinction from
these causes is inevitable, unless they
aro speedily removed. Their only hope
of loug surviving lies in the careful
training of the young children by the
missionaries. The habits and associations of the adults nre too strung to bo
muoh affected by their labors.
l.KtiENIi.s   AMI TRADITIONS.
The mind uf the Indian is full uf
woird strange fancies nnd imaginations.
Groping in darkness, iu almost total
ignorance of the discoveries of science,
with nothing to guide or correct him,
it is no wonder thnt in his blind struggles to solve the great problems which
aro more or less a mystery to us all—
the origin of mnn and original ctea-
tions—thnt he hns wrought out the incongruous mixture of Ignorance, superstition nnd vulgar Imagination which
mainly uompnso their legends and traditions. Sumo of them arc doubtless
based upon actual occurrences iu ihe
remote ages, wliich they havo inter-
woven* with iheir own fancies; others
upon the exploits and experiences of
their ancestors; though the greater
numbor are pure fictions, fairy talus
and hobgoblin stories, hundod down
fiom generation to general inn. It
would require n large volume to contain them nll, and years to translate
them with accuracy. 1 can therefore
only givu a few examples from those
must frequently narrated, which I hnd
from the lips of Edeusaw, the oldest
and ranking Chief of tho Hydah nation, and (Wd-nai-u-uns, wifo of Goo*
gul, well-known ns a gifted relator of
their legends and traditions. No-kil-
stlas is their groat creative geni, who,
by transforming himself into men, women, children, beasts, birds and fishes,
or whatever thing is best suited to accomplish his designs, perforins the
most miraculous deeds, Ne kil stlns
ii known alio as Kill-sing-ne-koc-uiiB,
Govn*tn-ntya, Goy*kilt, Guoy-ne,
Kill-go-sklaiB, Hoya, and by other
names, according to the shape which
ho assumes.
THK CREATION OK MAN.
When thu water which once covered
the wholo earth subsided, a ravon (No-
kil-atlas) was the only creature surviving, In his loneliness ho started around
the islands, seeking companionship,
and when passing Sand Spit Point
heard very faint cries, whioh he soon
discovered proceeded from a cockle
shell lying upon the beach, Whilo examining it  with great wonder, tho
voices grew loudor |and louder, until
finally there issued therefrom several
mule infant children, which rapidly increasing in staturo joined bim in a
common search formates. Upon reaching the lonely island of Ninstints they
found females clinging helplessly to
the rocks, whom rescuing and taking
fur their wives, peopled the laud.
origin OK LIUHT.
Ne-kil-stlas, soon discovering thut
light, fresh water, and many other
things which the people most needed
were iu possession of a powerful chief
called Setlin-ki-josh, and jealously
guarded by him, resolved to obtain
them. Now this chief's daughter hod
a little babe, which, when they all
slept, Ne-kil-stlas killed, and taking
the place of the infant was fondly petted and cared for. When he found
where the chief kept the moon, he began to cry to see it, and continued bo
to do for a long time, and until they
oponed the door into the apartment
where the muon was concealed, which
seeing, Ne-kil-stlas instantly became a
raven and seizing it with his bill flew
away to the Naas country. Here the
Indians gathered about hiin nnd begged to soe tho moon, of which they
had heard. Ne-kil-stlas agreed to let
them see it if they would give him all
the oolachan fish which he desired, to
which consenting, he threw down thu
moon before him, which they in their
wild delight tossed ao high in the air
that it broke in pieces, and formed
one part the sun, another the moon,
and the small fragments the stars.—
From Prof. Chittenden's Official Report.
Tiik Forces Bikenctiiksed,—The vital forces are strengthened 'and the entire
system renovated and built up by Burdock Blood Hitters. It acts on the bowels, liver, kidnets and blood.
YESTERDAY'SJJESPATCHES
(Sfecial io iht Columbian.)
London, Jan. 5.— The St, James Gazette asserts to-day that Bismarck has suggested the cession to Germany by England of the island of Heligoland in return
tor tho withdrawal of Germany's claims
to New Guinea, The statement is considered exceedingly doubtful, however.
Rumors of this kind tend to show the
present tension of the public mind,
London, Jan. 5.—The Berlin correspondent of the Standard says that the
German expedition to the Congo country
under Schultz has been obliged to relinquish the undertaking owing to scarcity
of the boors and the opposition bf Europeans who arc apprehensive that Germany contemplates making a further annexation of territory. The aame correspondent says that America is making
preparations to dispatch war vessels to
west Africa to prevent the sadden occupancy of the Congo by the Portuguese
should this be attempted.
London, Jan. 4.—Gsu. Wolsely telegraphs that the Staffordshire regiment
had been rowed over the Gercndid cataract and is encamped at Hsmdab, He
will Boon have a force at that point ready
for nn advance on the Monnsic country.
He anya everything ia going on well.
San Francisco, Jan. 5.—The trial of
Sharon vs. Hill, whioh was set in the
United States circuit. court for to-day,
has, owing' to the crowded state of the
calendar, been indefinitely postponed.
1*20 Chinese who claimed prior residence,
but wbo wero nevertheless being held,
were, under - tho Into decision of the
United States supreme court, granted by
Judge Hoffman of tho United Statu
district court, to-day, permission to land.
The Cheapest and Best. -On account
of its purity and concentrated strength
and great power over disease, Burdock
Blood Bitters is thu cheapest and best
blood cleansing tonic known for all disordered conditions of the blood, liver nnd
kidneys.
High Class organs.
From the Toronto Globe.
PcrhnpB tho most artistic building on
the exhibition ground is the pavilion of
the Dominion Organ and Piano Company
of Bowmanville. It is moreover one of
the most interesting to 'lovers of good
music ns being the location of a magnificent collection of instruments. The
erection of thia building, which cost
about $1,000, became necessary to meet
the requirements of the company, which
had beeu cramped for room in the Main
Building, where it is impossible to judge
the merits of high-class instruments. The
enterprise displayed by the Company in
providing suitable quarters ou the
grounds for their business has been re*
wM-dcd. The large number of visitors
who cnll, inspect, and purchase proves
beyond question that the public approve
the provision made for their convenience
and comfort. Here a crowd may be
scon listening to test performances on
first-class instruments made by lending
ity nud country musicinns.
Itight well do the Company deserve
tho success which they have achieved.
The present prosperous concern had, like
all. great institutions, its day of small
things. It hnd ita origin in Bowmanville
about fifteen years ago, the stock boing
nt thnt time largely held by parties unacquainted with tlio business. About teu
yeara go -lohn Wesley, the present secre
tnry and treasurer; George IMggott, the
manager of the manufacturing department; nnd W. S. KiibscII, superintendent of the tuning department, bought
out the shnreholders and nBaumed control. Since that dntc the business has
been booming. A further stimulus was
given to the concern by the admission of
a Detroit millionaire nsn partner. Piano-
niaking was added tu the organ-manufacturing, nud the establishment wns increased, '.mtil it now occupies a leading
position among Canadian undertakings.
It turns out about SOO organs aud 50
pianos per mouth. These are produced
by (M0 hands, who receive in wagea
about $15,000 per month. The whole
civilized world is the firm's market, and
they have brandies in London and Manchester, England; Hamburg, Germany;
Adelaide and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, Now Zealand; and St. Petersburg,
Russia,
The instruments on exhibition in the
pavilion Bre fair examples of the Company's workmanship. An upright piano
of burr walnut ia a splendid instrument.
Of squnro pianos there are two kinds, a
square and a square grand. The former
is intended for standing against the side
wall of a room,.and is convenient for
comparatively small apartments. The
squnro grand is finished ou all aides, presents a handsome appearance, and is
suited for occupying a prominent position iu drawing or music room. These
two instruments are of rosewood, with a
superfine polish, secured by hand rubbing witli oil for hours. The touch is
quick and easy, the tone brilliant and
powerful. In miiBlcal quality and appearance thoy are equal to the boat
American pianoa.
The organs maile by the Company are
known almost everywhere, They are
manufactured in all styles, and nt all
prices, ranging from $50 to $1,000. Many
sample organs are shown in the pavilion.
Tholnrgcat orgnn whioh. the Company
will exhibit, a double-bank pedal, is at
Sresent at the Dominion Exhibition,
lontrcal, but is expected horo at the
d of tho week. It is arranged to lie
blown by Turk's water motor, which has
boon placed tn position to await the
arrival of the big Instrument,   The or
gans run through all grades, from the
thouaand dollar instrument down to the
parlor favorite. The cases show wonderful variety. Many of these are of
rare beauty nnd skilful workmanship.
Tlie caso which secured for the Company
a prize at the Centennial Exhibition at
Philadelphia is still much admired, and
is largely manufactured. Cases for parlor organs are chaste in design and artistic in execution. The musicians who
tested tho organs affirmed that for sweetness of tone and elasticity of touch thoy
are model instruments; whilo visitors
can themselves judge ns to the beauty
and style of the eases.
[T. It. Pearson k Co., New Westminster, are sole agents for these fine Organs
in British Columbia. Persons proposing
to purchase should not fail to communicate with them. Sample organs on view.
Prices quite as low as those of Ontario.
Addresa, T. R. Pearson k Co., Now
WcstminBter, B. C.] *no26tc
A Golden Opinion.—Mrs,Wm. Allen,
of Acton, declares that Hagyard's Yellow
Oil is the best household remedy for
coughs, croup, sore throat, burns, scalds
and other painful complaints. Her opinion is well founded.
Coal Harbor Proper!).
Having sub-divided my
COAL HARBOR PROPERTY,
I am prepared to sell lots nt from $25
upwards.
LAND ALSO BY THE ACRE.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent,
n29tc New Westminster.
Mr. Clarkson has laid out hia homestead into building lots. Each lot fronts
on two wide streets. They are beautifully situated, and full of choice bearing
fruit trees. Any person wishing a nice
lot to build on should call nnd see this
property. Terms and prices reasonable.
Apply to the proprietor at home. Pelham street, New Westminster.     dlOml
Subscribe. — The Weekly Globe or
Mail for 1885 for $!. Persons subscribing now- will get the balance of this ycur
free. Subscriptions "and advertisements
received by T. 11. Pearson k Co., New
Westminster. no5tc
"In the Heart ok Africa," by Sir
Samuel Baker, the great African traveler
and explorer. A book for the times.
Sent post-paid on receipt of 50 cts. T.
R. Pearson k Co., New Westminster.—
nootc
One first-class German Piano, new,
and a very fine instrument, for sale
cheap. Also, a good second-hand piano
for sale or to rent. Also, a fine Dpinin*
ion Organ.   T. R. Pearson k Co.    dlOtc
Dentistry.—Dr. Welsh has returned
to the city and may now be found at his
office, over D. S. Curtis k Co'b. drug
store, where dentistry in all its branches
will be promptly attended to. (te)
THE WEST 8110ME FOR SEPTEMBER.
-Tke treat llluilratrd British Colombia EdllloB, A fall supply now on hand
al T, B, Pearson A Co's,, sole uxenlK for
Ihe MfllBlRnd. al 95 da, each. Ir
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other ofiiee in
the province.—Adv.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown eatate for sale by C. D. RAND.*
If you want Gold, lead tbe Mechanics'
Store Advertisement iu this paper,   (tc)
Several houses for sale by C. D. RAND.
METHODIST CHURCH, Marv Ht,
Uov. C. Watson, Pastor. Services nt
11 a. tn. ami 7 p. in. Sunday School nnd
Bible Glass 3:81) p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. in. Keats free; strangers
cordially Invited. Je7-tc,
I SlOTi LOPUE No, 9, A. F.
A A. BI*—The regular Com-
ii un lout lon k of tbis Lodge nre
.    „    . jsld on the firat Monday In oaoh
month.  Sojourning brethren nre cordially Invited tonttetul      WM. HOWAY,
fe2S*tc Secretory,
Ai
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Hev. O. 1).
Allen, Hector, Services every Hominy
at 11 A. m. nnd 7 p. si. in tbe Heetory Hull,
st.Jobn street,below,Royal nvenue. seats
free, nil nre cordially invited. Sunday
School ut 2.30 i1. m. Rector's residence,
Mcrrlvale street, below Amies street. Baptism administered to children ntnuy time
nnd place desired by parents. Marriage
solemnised and performed whenever und
wherever requested—subject to the provisions of the "Marriage Ordinance,I8i»7."
Tlio service ior the "Burial of the Dead"
can boused for I lie baptised or the unhup-
tlscd, no22tc
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
" Orrville, Ohio, Sept. 10,1882.
" Having been subject to a bran*
chlal affection, with frequent
colds, for a number of years, I hereby certify thst Aveb's Cherbv Pectoral girea
ue prompt relief, and Is the most effective
remedy 1 bare over tried.
James A. Hamilton,
Editor of The treiant,"
" Mt. (Ulead, Ohio, June 26,1862.
" I bave used Avail's Cbebbv
Pectoral this spring for a severe cough and lung trouble with good
effect, and I am pleased to recommend it
to any one similarly affected.
Harvey Bauohmah,
Proprietor Globe Hotel."
PREPARED DY
Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co.,Lowell, Man.
Sold by all Druggists.
Business Directory.
The following Business Directory con*
tains only the names of persons whosc.Hd*
vcrtlsemcnls appear in the Columbian*
It will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to do
business in tills city. The mimes are given in alphabetical order:
Phytic! nn i.
Dr. C. K. 0. Brown, (dentist)....Mary street
Dr. Clarke Columbia street
Dr, florrow Columbia street
Dr, Cooper Church Street
Dr. Cboadle (Dentist) Columbia street
Dr, Mathers Front atreet
Dr McGulre Clinton
Dr, 'J'rew McKenrle Street
Dr. Offcrhniis Kamloops
Lawyers.
Corbould A McColl McKensle street
Insurance Agents.
Rand Urns Columbia street
Turner, Heeton A Co. Victoria
Woods a Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers.
Wil Clarke...
T.I Trapp	
Folding A  McMillan McKenzie street
Howse A- Hlekniaii Front street
Woods A Turner....... Columbia street
C on vt-yau cert, Land Agents, Ae.
I-'iiMIn-,' A  McMillan McKcnxie street
Hughes A Atkinson Columbia street
Howse A Uickimin Front street
Huud Bros Columbia street
Wood* A Turner Columbia street
General Merchants*
James wise Front fitreet
Archie Burnt.. Columbia street
Jns. Cunningham A Co...Columbia atreet
A i iut niiinn Columbia street
Mrs Emma Oold Columbia street
I,. Gold Columbia street
Mrs M A Harper Chilliwhack
Kelly Bros Columbia street
Wm. Hue Columbia street
Kyle A Tllton [wholesale] Front atreet
C O Major. Columbia street
Wm MeColl Columbia street
Thomas McNeely.. Ladner's Landing
Turner, Beeton A Co (wholesale)..Vletorla
Gents* Furnishings.
X. A. White .'..Columbia street
Car.I* nr Works.
Johnston & Smith Uoluinbin atreet
Commission Merchants.
h. Gold Columbia street
W U Clarke Victoria
Homer & Ron Front street
■ Druggists.
J H McGuire Clinton
A Peele.... Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
R Thomas Columbia street ,
D re k t making.
Watches and Jewelry.
C. 51. McNiuigliteii Coiumbin street
Furniture
j G Bunte Columbia atreet
Tailors.
John Walsh Columbia street
Books, Stationery) An.
T N Hlbben A Co Victoria
T It Pearson A Co Coiumbin street
T H Pearson A Co Yale
Musical Instruments.
J nucnati .'. '. Victoria
T n Pearson A Co Columbia Rtreet
Cigars.
Win. Tlctjen Coiumbin street
Hotels.
Stution Restaurant, IP. Clair) Ynle
Brighton (Geo Bluck) Hustlngi
Height on [A Johnston] Granville
Farmers' Homo (J Turnbull) Church st
Occident (J Austin).. Columbia street
Royal (Mrs 51 A Harper) Clillllwhack
SunnyHlde [MclA'od A MoInnlKJ Granville
Colonial Hotel, (J. K. Inley)...Columbln st.
Bnkttlcs.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Uunrniifcr (npllnl..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany,
Thit, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The SeonrKy offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed hy any Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of insurance, but the
lvell-CHtnbllshed lines, hence the policy
holders ennuot lie misled as to tbelr con*
tracts.
Its statements to the public can bo rend*
ily understood, its ensh statement showing overy item of income and how oxpen*
ded.
Its position iNnscertatncd annual ly from
a detailed valuation In which every item
of liability Is Included. '
Its progress has been unexampled In
(he lilntnry of insurance In Canada.
"dos
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exlMtcnee.
Its policies nro indisputable nfter three
years, and nou-forfcitable nfter two years'
policy
larger
     Tbo profits to one class of
holders nro not lessened to give
irgcr jiroflls to any other class, which
metho't nfTords superior advantage*] over
tbe uniform bonus plnn of distribution.
Liberal Conditions as lo Residence nntl
Travel.
J. K. MncIWNALD,
Mnnnglng Director.
T.R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, Now Westminster,
jc7-2mo-nI tern ate.
Groceries. Etc.
McDonald Bros Columbia street
Produce and Feed.
M. Hteves A Son Coiumbin street
Gunsmith, Etc.
S H Webb Columblastreet
Flth, Fruit and Game.
Windsor* Nelson Columbia street
Butchers.
J. A. Bowes Yule and Hope, B.C.
Robt Dickinson Columbia street
Painters, Ktc,
Murray A Fry. Clarkson street
Harness aud Saddlery.
Douglns A Deighton Columbia street
Blacksmith*.
Johnson A Smith Columblu street
Speirs A Beaton...... Columblu street
Saw aud Pinning Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill Happerton
llrancli lumber yard at Port Moody.
Royal City Planing Mill Richard street
Branches at Port Moody A Nunalma
Book Binding,
R T Williams .'. Victoria
Printing Office.
D Robson A Co (r.v,/nmfc/n-n.....Co1umbla Bt
Ruling nnd plain binding.
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A REMARKABLE STORY,
Poor Algernon's innocent j-iko was
doubly unsuccessful, for Harry stood
perfectly ftlunt. not moving n musole.
Ho had not boon at all amused hy tliu
proceedings of tho previous night.
"I wouldn't report it, if I wero you,
when Ellon snys silly things," said her
brother, ns black as a thunder-cloud.
"By Jove I" said poor Merridow,
falling from his eminence of satisfaction into the ludicrous dismay of tin-
deserved depreciation. Ho told his
wife afterwards : "Thoy both set upon
me, tooth and nail, when 1 meant
nothing but to be pleasant;"
"I wish you would learn, Algernon,
that it's always wine to hold youi
tongue when I'm not thoro," Ellen
aaid. "Of course I understand my own
family. Aud not much wonder thoy
woro vexed, Edward, that does not
look at tho girl because of Aunt Catherine ; and Harry, wlm she hus snubbed
so. You could not have chosen a
worse subject to bo pleasant oii," Sirs.
Ellen said.
But it whs not this subject that wns
in Edward's mind ns lie sallied forth
with tlio step and thu nir of that correct nnd blameless man of business
which already all Redborough believed
him to be. He had taken that aspect
upun him in the most marvelous wny
—the air of 'a man whose mind wns
balanced liko his books, us regularly
and without the variation of n farthing,
Ho was one of those who aru born
punctual, and already liis morning appearance was ns a clock to many people
ou the outskirts of Redborough. His
lint, his cont, his very umbrella, wore
enough to give poople confidence.
Thoru was nobody who would have
hesitated to intrust thoir money in
his hands. But if Redborough aoiild
hnve known, as he passed along the
Btreots, causing a littlo wonder to various people—for already it had become a surprising fact that Mr. Edward should leave business nt so much
earlier an hour tlinu usual—whnt u
wild excitement was passing through
Edward's veins, tho town wmild liavo
been scared out of its composure altogether. Ho scarcely felt tlio pavement
under his feet; ho scarcely knew which
way he was turning. The message for
Oordwatuer went out of his head,
though he went that wny on purpose.
Several important questions hnd
como to him to bo settled since he hud
taken his place ut tho head of the
bnnk. He hnd been called to decide
whether here and there un old customer who hnd not thriven iu the world
Bhould be allowed to borrow, or n now
ono permitted to overdraw, und in such
cases ho had stood upon tho security of
the bnnk with a firmness wliich was invulnerable, and listened lo nu weal;
voices of pity. But this was far more
important than such questions ob I hose.
As his ideas disentangled themselves
tliere seemed to be two possibilities before him. If he threw himself iiitu
Aahton'a scheme ut till, to do it us a
partner iu the business, not indued
with the sanction of his othor partners,
but, if there was risk iu the firm in his
proceedings at large, to ranko thtftn
profitable tu it in case of 8110008%. Tu
case of success ! OF course there would
be success, It wus inevitable that they
must succeed.
Ou the other side the expedient was
to use thu money nud the securities -if
the bnnk, not for thn aggrandizement
of Vernon's, but for his own. This
would" leave the responsibility entirely
upon his own Bhoulders if anything
wont wrong. And lie did not refuse to
givo 11 rapid glance at that contingency.
Whnt could it mean lo the bank? Not
ruin-—he half smiled as he thought,
It would mean coming down perhaps in
tho world, descending from the position
and importance uf ils present rank.
And to himself it would mean going to
the dogs. Anyhow, thoro could be no
doubt on that "point. Buton tho othor
side—that wus bottor worth looking at,
more worthy uf consideration. It
would bo like pouring new blond into
stagnant veins ; it would bo new lifo
coming in, new energy, something thut
would stir the id-1 fabric thruugh and
through and stimulate its steady-going,
old'fushiuiied uxintence, It would be
something ho had longed for, the lib*
eruting inlluenee, new possibilities and
mure extended work. Ho thought,
with an excitement that gradually
overmastered liim, of the rush of gain
coming in like a river, nud tho exhil-
nrntion it would bring,
This ideu caught him up, ns a strong
wind might have caught him, and carried him beyond his own control. Ho
walked fnster and faster, skimming
nlong the road that led into the country, into the quiet, where no one could
note his altered aspect or the excite-
montjtliafc devoured him, taking off his
hut ns ho got out of sight uf tho houses,
to let tho air blow upon his forehead
und clear liis senses. And by uud by
things begin tb become more clear,
He fend Ash ton's letter over agnin,nnd
with every word the way seemed to
grow plainer and tha risks less. It wns
.us nour n dead certainly ni unythiiig
oould be iu business. "Of course there
is nl ways u possibility tiiat something
unforseeu may happen," Ashton wrote,
"and it is for you to weigh this. I my*
self tniuk thut the ehuiiee is su infinitesimal as not to be worth taking into
consideration, But I would not wish
to bias your judgment. Tlie only thing
is, that tho decision must be immediate,"
Nuw thut the Ural shook of novelty
wns over, he felt it in his power tu
"weigh this," ita Ashton satd. (Jetting familiarized with the subject this
mado him moro impartial, he suid tu
himself. The lirst mention of it had
raised a cowardly bust of apprehensions
nnd doubts, but nuw that the throb-
bing of excitement begun to die awny
he saw tho matter as it wus-a question uf calculation, a delicate operation,
ti good coup, but nil within tho legitimate limits of business. Hu had recovered, ho fell, the use uf his reason,
which the novelty, thu necoHsity for
immediate determinntiuu, theceituiuty
thnt he must take no counsel on tho
subject, that Hurry would be doubly
obstinate, mid Qathurlno anxiously,
hortativoly immovably against it, had
taken away. Hurry wns an iibs, lit
said to himself, recovering his calm,
and Aunt Catherine an old wouiaii,
What was tho use uf the fucilitios ho
possessed nud tho position he had gained if in such a crisis he could nut act
boldly and for himself 'I
ThuB it wns, with a very different
aspect thnt Edward walked back, Ho
put on his hat, feeling himself cooled
and subdued. His pulses returned to
tlieir usual rate of boating, which wai
essentially a moderate nno, und su rnp
idly had he skin'mod over tlio ground,
and so quick Imd been the progress uf
both his stops and hia thoughts, (lint
when ho got back, with hia mind mado
up, to tho Common, lie fuund
the foot-ball party just beginning to
assemble, uud recollected that ho had
ntver given Hurry's message to Cord*
wuiuerj and tlmlj-uccnrdiiigly, no new
umpire cuuld havo been found in Harry's place. But what did that matter 'I
Ho reflected benevolently, with a contemptuous good-nature, that he could
get buck to the bank in time still to
liberate Ida cousin, so Hint everybody
would be satisfied. This he did, stopping at the telegraph oflico on tho wny.
His clisptilch was as follows: "Proceed, but with caution. Needful will
be forthcoming." He drew a lung
breath when he thus decided his fnte.
Then hu returned with all the case und
relief which naturally comes with a
decision. The thing wus done,whethor
for goud or ovil—■ and there could bo
very little doubt that it wns for good.
His countenance wna cheerful and easy
as he returned to the bank.
"1 did not give your message, fur
my business did not keep me so long
us I expected. Your foot-ball fellows
nre jVwt collecting. Yuu ean get thore,
if you mnke haste, before thoy begin."
"Oh, thanks, awfully !" said Harry.
"I hope yuu did not hurry, though I'm
glad to go. 1 hope you uuuderstand
that I'm always ready to stay, Ned,
who'll you want the timo. Of course
you're worth twu of uio hero, I know
that, but I can't stand, anything that's
not fair, uud so if yuu wnnt tu got
away—"
"I don't, old fellow ; I've done my
business. It did not tako mo su long
ns I thought. You had bettor be off,
if yuu want to get there in time."
"All right," said Harry, and he went
offto the mutch in 11 softened stato of
mind, which, bad ho been able to divine it, would have astonished Edward
greatly. Harry hud seen Hester and
her companion pass, and ho folt a sad
conviction thnt Edward's sudden business hud something to do with that apparition. Well, ho liad suid to himself,
und what then,' Hadn't, he a right to
try, the same ns another? If she liked
une bettor than the other, should the
fellow she wouldn't have be such a cud
ns to stand in her wny? This wus whnt
hnd mnde Harry "by out," us Algy
said, upon his brother-in-law ; it had
mnde him pass n very sombre hour
alono in tho bnnk. But in the revulsion of feeling at Edward's rapid return, and tiio likely-hood cither that
he hud nut seen Hester, ur that she
would have nothing to sny to him,
Harry's heart was moved within him.
Either his cousin was "iu the same
box" us himself, and rejected, or elso
he wus innocent altogether of evil intention—and in cither case Hurry's
heart wns soft to him—ut unco us one
whom he had wronged, nnd us une
who might bo suffering with him under
a common cnlnmity.
*■■*■■;-*;.*;■'#*■''*
" I hope, Cousin Catherine," said
Emma, "that you will uut think it is
nny want of civility on my part. I
wished very much to como the first
day. I went out with Hester Vernon,
who is constantly at grandpapa's, nnd
I was quito distressed when I found we
had to pass hero that b!iu did nut bring
ine in tu ml). Hut she seemed tu think
that ynu wuuld rather nut. Of course
I know thnt tliore,are often tilt's in families, so I wouldn't sny uny thing.
There have been times when Elinor
wouldn't cnll on William's wife, nut if
life and death depended on it; su 1understand quite well, so a stranger must
not interfere. Only I wish yuu tu know
tbat I hud 110 wish to tako Bides, and
did not moan to bo rude. Tlmt'was
tho lust thing ill the world I intended.
Elinor lini always told us younger ones
about yuu."
"It is very kind of Elinor, I'm sure ;
and you have behaved moat judiciously," suid Catherine, with a twinkle in
Iter eye. "It is unnecessary tn say to
a person uf your judgment tlint, in thu
best regulated fumily"—
' 'Oh, yuu needn't tell me," said Emma, shaking her head. "Nobody can
know better than I do. It is very
awkward when you are tlio youngest,
and when yuu are expected by everybody to take their part. Of courso
they have all been very kind to 1110.
I live part of my time with une nud
part with another, und that is why
every une thinks I should be 011 their
side. But now I am vory independent,''
Emma suid,"for Itoland bus tnkeii me.
I dare suy ho wmild tell yuu, Oousin
Catherine, when he was here."
"That must be iv very pleasant arrangement," said Catherine, with a
smile, " I suppose when yuu were
with Elinor yuu Imd u guod denl to
du !"
"Ido Roland'a housekeeping now.
I dup't wish to be idle," aaid Emma,
"But, to be sure, when thero uro children to be looked after, you are never
dune, especially buys. The stockings
und tho mending, yen can't think ! It
is very nice being with Roland, he is
must kind. He gives 1110 a regular allowance for my clothes, whicli T never
got before, und I um sure it is very
good uf him j but you cnn't have everything, yuu know, and it is n little dull.
He is out ull day, and often in the
evenings, for of euursu I shouldn't wish
him to givo up his gentlemen engagements for mo. 1 dun't think poople
ahould ever de thit sort of thing. Turn
Pinch is all very well in Dickons, but il
would be inconvenient iu actual life ;
for, suppose yuu married ? And of
coarse that is what every girl expects
to do."
To be sure," suid Cathorine. " Is
there anything uf thnt, sort in prospect,
:f I mny be permitted to nsk ?'
"Of course; 1 am quito pleased that
yuu shuuld nsk," suid Emma. " It
would bo such u comfort to have somebody like yuu to come aud talk it over
with, Cousin Oathoriue, if thero was
anything, for I should feel suro you
could toll mo nboqt my troussoalt uud
all tlmt. But the.ru is nothing, I am
sorry lo sny. You ami I had no little
chance. Elinor took mo out sometimes,
but not numb, nnd she wus fur mure
disposed tu amuse herself than to introduce tno, I dun't think that isnico
in u married sister, do yuu? And
speaking of that, Cousin Cuthorine, I
am suro you will be laud enough to
help mu here. Grandpapa will not
tnkti any troublo about it. I asked
tho gentleman whom wu mot coming
out "of hero, Hester and I—Mr. Edward, I think, is his namo—-"
"Whnt of Edward Tsaid Catherine,
quickly, wiih u touch uf alarm.
"But nothing seems tu have come uf
it," said tbe persistent Emuin. "Ho
snid he would try, and Hester mndo a
surf, of promise) but there hns been uno
Hiuee, uud I hnve never been nuked.
It is jour niece's dance, Mrs. Morridow is her nnme. Sho gives nno overy
week, nnd both fur a little amtisuiuent
and Hint I mny nut. loso nny chnnco
that may ho going I should like vory
much to go. I don't doubt thut yuu
cuuld get me au Invitation in a moment if you wuuld just say you would
liko it,"
(To bu C'liiitlnuad.)
2st:e]"w*
Fall&WinterGoofls!
JAMES  WISE
APFERS POR SALE A DARGE AND
\)   well scleeted stuck of General Mer-
(•linnUI.se:
Men's nothing.
llools and Shoes,
Gum Roots,
Gum Coats,
Oil-skin ClotliiiiK, At.
A M'l.KXMll ASSORTMENT OF
Velveteens,    (asliiiieri's,    fluids,
Flannels, Sheetings, Snlrtlngs,
nntl Tulile Unmasks.
I.AI)1KS' * MISSUS' WINTER
Clonks,  Jackets,   nml  Milliner)'
A FINE ASSORTMENT OK
ladles' t Children's Underclothing.
LACKS,    lJMimOHIKMES,   CAHI'ET.1,
HOOP SKIRl'Si HUSTLES, Kir.
drolleries, Provisions, Hay, drain.
Feed, *c., Ac.
OS- Prices lo milt lliu limes.
JAMES  WISE,
iloJIin'J     Froni slreel, New Westminster.
IN ISSUINO THIS IJIUCULAR, I irislr
lo relrrrn (hunks to my imlnbtirpiis
friends ntrit customers for their plltron*
ago, iiiul linjio to have a conllnnanceof
tho saute. ISusllie.ss during lire last few
moiillr.s lias been less than expected. I
have still a
Large Stock of Goods
ori hand, well  assorted, which will be
sold until'urther notice at
COS! PRICES FDR Wl CASH,
The stock comprises
Dress Materials, Flannels, Cottons,
linens,   Homespuns,   Tivceds,
Cloths, Blankets, Quilts, .tc.
BRITISH arid CANADIAN   HOSIERY.
.Mews, Youth's mill Hoys'
{'loihliiK, Flannel Underwear,
Ac.,  Ac,  Ae.
JACKETS,  DOLMANS  and   ULSTERS,
Anil a great variety of other (.Ioods.
«B" Inspection Invited.  Goods nil lirst-
class ami i[irlle new.
,|K0«T.KII'S sold at very low fluureB.
"Witt.     »AB.
delate
JUST OPENED!
City Market
W. II. KEARY'S OLD STAND,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Cull nntl soe onr hirgcHloeUof General
VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
Grown yrlnolpilllyon our own Farms,
(■nulls sold  Iii uny <iiituitHie-,, either
Wholesale or Rctnlt,
uar All orders promptly attended to nnd
ilt'llvcrii'smiuie in uny pnrt »f the City
free of ohnrge.
■ M. STEVES & SONS,
Proprietors.
e tiluiiihlu nit., ilpp. i'om! Olliee.   dome
MAINLAND
OIGAR
FACTORY
& SO?
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
BtnisOBinH. — The Weekly Globe or
Mail for 1885 for SI. Pomona uubacrib*
ing now will get the bulmina of thi* yenr
free, Stibscnotion* nud nilvoitlsomcnta
received by T. It, Pennon k Co., New
Westminster,   . nofito
' IMl'ORTJ-KS	
!fflIPPIM& COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FRONT ST., • NKlV WETTMIXSTKB
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Bupci-linc uml tiralinm
PLOUE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
mm He ..m.. iw 9
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED  FRUIT,   COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacific Coast Steamship Co,
(jnOtc)
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
W.J. tali's (WW
COLUMBIA SMEI
{Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), n Market to supply the
Publio with all kinds of .Fresh, Suit and
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
General Farm Produce, &o„
Where there will always be found a good
supply on bund.
GOODS DELIVERED FltEE OF
CHARGE tn private houses nnd hotels,
upon orders being left at the olliee.
Wo respectfully solicit thu patronage
of tlio Public.
ffl Romembor the stand—Two Doors
below Trnpp Jlros.
WIXDSOK k NELSON,
Managers at Mavkbt.
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyfitc Manager Fishing.
Brunette Saw Mi
DeBeck Bros. & Go,
Manufacturers nnd dealers In all
kinds of
Bough & Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, .Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
Wc Intend lo keep a full stock of
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
I
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
GENERAL 0E1LER,
LAIL\EH'SL:\A'IIL\T., B.O.
(l.v23yl)
Mon A. White
Importer nud Dottier In
Men's, Youths', Boys'
and Children's
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
HATS 1 tm,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETO.
«3*THE  BEST ASSORTMENT
-OF-
ENTIRELY NEW GOODS
IN THK CITY.
COLUMBIA STREET
Opposite- Hank ul British I'olumblu.
OfllBto
fl
Importers, Mnmifuotururs, uml .
Denlorsin
HARNESS
SADDLERY,
Harness Trimmings, &c.
Have iiiit'iii'il a Storo III (In- new
Colonial Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
And bave a line nssorlinent of everything requited in our Hue,
WM.TIETJEN
HAH OPENED A CltfAir.FACTOItY
In llio
Ifolbrook Stone UulNlliitf,
.m:iv wi:H'nn>HTt;i[,
And having hnd mnny yenm experience,
In now prepared to supply tbo trade with
iimiperlor nrticlo nl prices nulow its ean
bo obtained elsewhere,     tookotjtiorthe
"MAINLAND"
HIIANU 01' CIHA11H.
Wil lirntn thorn nil. soitlo
isa.,iso.,ins.,\ntnot
Everything in Woodwork
Tlmt will bo required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bollom In lop.
Orders fur Krrull Hawing, Tihiiiiilna
nml Shaping, will be promptly und carefully attended to. We pay particular attention tolbemminfuetureof (jond.dry
Salmon Boxes,
And we believe our tinstpmors will hour
us nut. In Allying tlml wc make
Tlii Best Salmon Eons on the Sim,
Wo sincerely tliniik those wbo bnvo favored us with tbelr putronnge In the pnst,
nnd bog lo solicit a coiitftinnneo of tbelr
favors. During tlie past winter wo linvc
mndo extensive additions to our Mill, and
enn now fill ordors more promptly and
cbeuply Minn over. Wo hnve chartered
tlio steamer "Iris" for tbe Benson,und will
therefore bo ublo to deliver Lumbor
promptly. Wo have nlso lo announce lo
tlio eltlxcns of I'ort Monily Hint wc hnve
oponod n branch of our business nt tlint
place, nnd will bo nble (o fill orders from
there lu a feu* dnys.
DrTIRCK BttOB, A 00.
Now WoHliiilnstcr, Mar 98th, 1881. Ite
rpiiANKiNa 01m numerous i*a-
-*- trolls In nil parts of tbo Province for
past support, wb hopo, by strict attention
lo the wants of our customers, to continue
supplying thorn, and to gain new patronage in this vicinity. Wc fool confident
thai, wo can give bottor nntl cheaper Harness und Huddles than cun bo purebused
elsewhere,luivingn large nnd varied stuck
of overylblngoii hnnd,
OUR  YALE BRANCH
Is conducted by It. DEIGHTON,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE BRANCH
By.I.W. BUHIt.
l'urlb's ordering from tiny of those places
cun hnvo Harness, Ae.,a(. freight ndvauei's
on cost ut this place.
New Westminster, Nov. 11,1881.
no23tc
PACIFIO
R. T. WILLIAMS,
p;
OOK BINDER. PAPER RULER,
nnd Blank Book Mnnufncturor.
Mnps and Drawing Papor Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc, neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victorin. ». <■-
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
mill'! PUBLIO OFFIUES ut tbe Proviii-
I cluKinveninient will ho dosed from
Thursday tbo 25tli to Saturday tho 27th
ins!., inclusive; und from Thursday tbo
1st lo Hiibmlny tlio ;ird proximo, inclusive.
JNO, KOBSON,
do37!3 Provincial Secretary
flOTiCE,
Sale of Lots in Osoyoos District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
lots lain which tiio Government He-
serve ul Spjillunichei'ii Landing bus heen
divided, now deslgiialed Belvldoro, will
In*-iit!''ei] fur snle ul  pulilie auction nt. tiie
oflieoof Wiiiier Dewdney, Esq., Govern*
meni Aifcni, spaltiinicheon, ut noon on
Kutimhv, lihi February,
WM. SMITHE,   ■
Ohlpf Coin mlsslonor of Lands & Works.
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
It ERE RV AT ION.
NOTICE IS HEltEBY GIVEN that all
IhOVIicnilt hotlom lands subject to
overflow which arc situated nt llio mouth
of Lnrdo Crook, nt tlio northern end of
Kooienny Lake, containing one thousnnd
iii-rc -. inure or less, nre herohy reserved
uniil further notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Ohlof Commissioner of Lands a Works.
Lands and Works Ilopartnient,
Vicioria, B, 0„ Bee. 10th, 1881.   [dlTm
^\J^i^^__^S^Jr.
KOOTENAY JDISTRIOT,
CANCELLATION OV RESERVATION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
that portion of a notice published In
the liritith Columbia tln-.eltf, nnd dated
28nl May, ISS't, which more paVtlcularly
relates Ni Ihe lands set 11 purl anil reserved
upon Ivonleii'iy Luke and its tributaries,
is lieivin-iv-ii'inded, and that said reservation Is cnncollod.
Three months from tlio date hereof
these lunds will he open for pre-empt lon
and purohnsc,
WM. SMITHE,
Chlor Commissioner of Lunds « Works.
Lands und Works Department,
Vlclorln, Dec. llllli, IBM, dlTTm
[L.S.]   CLEMENT V. CORNWALL.
CAN ABA.
PiiovijJCB ov BiMTisn Columbia.
VICTORIA, by IhoGraco of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, QuKKN,Defenderof tbe Faith,
&e.,Ae„Ae.,
To Our faithful Iho Members elected lo
j.ri-w in iin- Lr-vislullvo Assembly of
Our Provlncoof British Columbia,and
Miminon-'il andeulled to u mooting of
lhe Le<;i,.|!!|nreor l'urllnnienl of Our
said I'i'ovlni'o, at Our City of Victoria,
on Wednesdny, tho Twenty-fourth
dny of Decern her Install!, tn have been
commenced und bold, ami overy of
you—GliKtfJ ino.
A PROCLAMATION.
Am;\. E. II. OAVIlirl WHEREAS THE
Aitonttii-Gf.ivitil. ) VV meellngof the
l,cL;i-l.-(Mii'e,ii' I'iirllanu'iit ofthe I'mvliice
nf ilririsli Columbia, slunds culled for
w-•nv:---l:iy, L'llh day of Deceiuher Instant,
ai which time, al Our City of Victoria, you
wore held uud constrained to appear.
NOW KNOW YE thai, for divers causes
and considerations, nml taking lutoeon-
sldt-ratIon Ilie ease and convenience of
um- Ic-vin-isiiMccis, We havo*bought lit,
hv uml wiili Ihe ndvice of Onr Executive
Council nfl he Province of llrltlsh Columbia, lo relievo yon aud euch of you, of
vour atleiidancc al Ilie time aforesaid;
hcicliv convoking, and hy these pivsenls
enjoining vou, uud each of you, that on
MONDAY, Hie TWELFTH day of Iho
month nf JANUARY next,yuu meet Us
inOiirsaiil Lcghlalure or Parlliinient of
Diirs:iid Province, at nur Oily of Victoria,
FOI! THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS,
to treat, do, act, and conclude upon those
llilnirs wliich In (inr Legislature of the
Province of Uritish Columhlu, by the
Common Council of Our suld Province
may, hy iho favorof God, ho ordnlncd.
In Testimony Whereof, We lmvo doused
those Our Loiters to bo mildo Putoill,
und the ("real Seal of1 British Columbia
lo ho hereunto afttxed: Witness, the
Honolirahle Cl,K.iu:NT F. COIINWAU.,
Lleuteiiaiil-lfovoriioi' of Onr said Province of Ihitlsh Columhlu, in OurCIty
of Vlclorln, in Our said Provinco, this
Slxlhduy of December, In theyonrof Our
Lord one thousnnd eight hundred nnd
eighty-four, and iu tlie forty-eighth
yourofOurilclgn,
By command, T. EIAVYN,
doliitd]     Deputy Provincial Secretary.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES TIIAT
;i|t|.ll.'!ili.rn will In- lllllilo lit tlio
next sisskmrif lire LirulHlalurL. for 11 lllll
in Incornornto tha Ilnnietlu Haw Mill Oo..
l.linllcil.
HUCIIIES * ATKINSON,
Agents for Appllonnts.
Now Wutmlnalar, Dob, 20, issi.    iiaiwo
NOTIOE.
A LL ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE N.W.
A. A V, M. Telephone Co. must bo rendered forthwith to me, liy whom, for ttio
future, nil accounts will bopuld and all
moneys collected.
Signed: W. WEEKS,
noSte Soo. tt Treas.
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET.
New Westminster, It. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES
--AND-
Agricultnral Implements.
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
ISTOTIOB-
NOTIOK IS HEHEHY GIVENTHAT
the Municipal Council of Maple
Ithlgewill miiUi-upplh'ulion to the chief
Commissioner nf Lunds and Works for to
evtahlish a puhllc highway 40 foot wide,
commencing al Wesl end of '.' Heellon
linn hetweeii tlie N.  ';, und S. % of See-
lloiia l".i and 80, towpsnlp 12. to continue
eastward a distance of 2 ml ies, Also,a
road li'i feet wido, ennimcueiujjou \i, Section line alroiul.iMiieiitlnnod und tocon-
llnuc uorlbwurd a distnnco of U mile,
between N.W. '.Mind N. E. \i of Section
80.
PAUL MURIIAY.
del;;inl Cleric  Municipal Council.
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND TltE-
emnting land are' hereby notified
that land within the limits of the Hastings Saw Sfill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and thnt any one
entering thereon will bo prosecuted for
trespass,  -
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manager.
KOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
upnllcntion will ho mndo to tho
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
Uritish Columbia, nt its next session, for
an Act to Incorporate a Company to construct and work a railway from a point In
theclty of New Westminstor to some point
near the #ih parallel of North latitude
hot ween Seminhmoo Hay and Township
111 In tho District, of New Westminster,
Provlncoof llrltlsh Columhlu.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applleunts.
New Westminster, Doc. 1st, 188-1,        dl7le
-fcTOTIO-B.
VTOTICE IS HEHEHY OIVEN THAT
x\ an application will be mado to tlie
Legislative Assembly of tlio Province of
British Columbia, at Its next session, for
a charter to construct a llneof railway
front some point near the lillh parallel of
north' latitude, hotween Seminhmoo Hny
und tho eastern houndary of Township
111, In tho District of Now Westminster, to
tlio City of Now Westminstor.
HUGHES A ATKINSON.
Agents for Applicants.
New Westminster, Doe. 12, WA,      dolHwO
rfcTOTXCE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
wo Intend mnking nnpllcatlon to
the Chief Commissioner of Lunds and
Works for permission to lonso for timbering purposes thofollowiiigdcscrlhed lund
situated in Now Westminster District!
Commencing nt post on the right bank
of a creek running through Deop Valley
Intolinmsuy Arm nhout 1]^ miles from
mouth; thenco north 1(1 chnins, theuce
east:! miles, thence south -lOehiilns, thence
west 2 in lies; con In tiling UIO acres.
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.
(Limited)
iio21)m2 IJ. Si'iiiNoKii, Mnnnger.
S-sTOTICrE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application will be mado to the Legislative Assembly of tbo Province of
British Columbia, at its noxt session, for
nu act to amend lhe "Now Westminster
City Lands Act, 1K81," so as In remove nny
doubt respecting tho effect thereof as a
grant of tbo lunds therein mentioned to
l be City of Now Westminster ficef i-oiii incumbrances, und lo conllrm a certain Bylaw of tlio said City duly mado on the
Eleventh day of August, 1881, ontiluled
"Tbo Lnnd Salo Bylaw, 1881,"
Dated November 20th, 1884.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
HO20WO Solicitors for Applicants.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEltEBY GIVEN that wo
Intend making application to tlie
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission tf lease for timherlng purposes the following descrlhod lands shuttled iu New Westminster District:
I. Commencing ut u posl. on the shore of
Gillies Bnv, Texada Island, nhout. one
mile N. W. of Shelter Point, .'.Mending
along Iho sliore for a distance of hio
chains, wllh n depth of 80chains,contain-
Ing 1280 acres, more or loss.
'2. Commencing at a post on lhe Nortii
shoro of Curdero Channel, nearly opposite
Deiiham Island, extending along Ihe
shoro for a dislnnce of 100 ehulns, with n
depth of 100 ehulns, containing IllOO acres,
more or less.
:t. Commencing nl u stake on the shore
of Hemming Kay, Thurlow Island, about
one-half milo West of Jackson Point;
thonco following the shore llnol^Oehnlns;
thenco lu a N, W. direction 2411 chains;
thence Easterly 100 chains; thenee South
to point of commencement, containing
3-"iO0 ucres, more or loss,
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
ltlCttl). II. Al.KXANDKII,
Mnnnger,
Burrard Inlet, B. O„80th July, 1881,
uu title
jNTOT'IOE
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY GIVEN THAT
lhe   undersigned  intend   to  apply
In iin- II ralile lhe Chief Commissioner
of Lands ami Work1* for a lease for timber
pni'lio-i's nf lln- iiinleniieiilloiiPil paivels
i.f Land slluule In New Westminster and
Coul Districts:
No. I.—Commencing nt a post on tbo
shore of llleklev Hitv, on the north side of
Thin-low island, Ilienee South HKJ ehulns,
Ilienee Ka-t I'.'O ehulns (moro or less) to
IlicH. W- corner of truel already applied
for; thenee North IIHI chains, thence West
OOolinliiB(mbroorliws) to h.-e. corner of
tin. Monilwlllc Haw Mill Co.'s claim;
thenee following lhe hnuiidnrlos of tho
Moutlvvllle Saw Mill Co.'s claim and
sliore line lo point of commencement,
containing 7-'iii acres, moro or less.
No. 2.—Commencing nt n post on tlio
north shore of Curdero' Channel nearly
oppo'-ite Kid-lev Itav; theuco North 120
chiilim, thenee West li'i chains, tlicnco
South Ho cliaiiiH (more or Icssl lo tho
shore: Ilienee |u an Kitsterlv direction,
following (he shore to Iho point of coin*
lneiieenienl, containing UIO acros, more or
iCfiH,
No, il.—Commencing at tbo H, W. comor
of claim alreadv applied for III Hemming
IIjiv, Thurlow island! theuco South 210
I'hfdns inmrc or less) to tho shoro of Nn*
dales Channel; | hence lllll Norl h-Easterly
llreelIon, following lhe shore to Iho point
■     " 800
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
A LL APPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE
J\ Bills, properly tho subject o* legislation hy tho Legislative Assembly of Uritish Columblu. within the purview of the
"British North America Act, 18(17," whether for lhe erection of a Krldgo.tbcniuklng
of it Rallroud, Turnpike Hnnd, or Telegraph Line; tho construction or Improvement of a Harhor, Canal, Lock, Dam, nr
Slide, or othor like work; ihe grunting of
n right of Kerry; the incorporation of uny
finillcnlur Iruuc or calling, or of nny.loinl
itock Company; or otherwise fnrgriinting
to any individual or Individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges
whatever, or for dolnguuy mailer orthlng
which lu Hs operation would affect tho
rights or property of other parties, or relate to any particular .class of tbo community; or for muklng uny nmendmcni
of ll like nature to uny former Act — shall
require u Notice, clearly uud dlstinclly
specifying tbo nature nnd object of tho
application, lo be published us follows:—
A uot Ice in the Srttlth Columbia Gazette,
and in one newspuper published In tbe
District uflccted, ur If thero be no newspn-
per published therein, then in a newsim-
poi In the noxt nearest District hi which
n newspaper is published.
such notice shnll ho continued In each
caso for a period of at least six weeks, during tbo Interval of time between lhe close
of the next'proceeding Session and tho
consideration of the Pellllou.
Beforo nnv Petition, prnving forh-nve In
bring in a private BUI (orjlbo erection of n
Toll Bridge, is presented to the House, tho
person or persons Intending lo petition
for sueh Bill shall, upon giving lho;notieo
proserihed hyllie preceding rule, nlso nt
the snmo time and lu the sumo manner,
givo notico of tho rates which thov Intend
tu ask, the extent of Ihe privilege, the
height of the niches, the inlcrvul between
tho iibtitmenln or piers for Iho pnssngoof
ruffs and vessels, nnd mentioning also
whetbortboy Intend toereel adrawbrldge
or not, and the dimensions of tho same.
THORNTON'FELL,
Clork of tliu Legislative Assemldy.
HoSIte
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND
JOHNSTON & SMITH,
jno24to] FllOPItlKTOitf,
dirccllon, following lhe shore tolhopo
of commencement, containing nhout
No. -l.-CominencIng at a post ou the
wesl shore of Vuldcs Island ahout ono
mile north of Islet Point; thence Ea*l Nl
chain-, thence Nortii It'll chains, Ibence
West sn chains (more or less) to the shore;
thenee In a Southerly direction, following
(lie shore lo Ihe point of commencement,
and containing Wluwrcs, moro or loss,
No. r,,—Commencing at a posl on tho
SOllttl shore of Hardwicke Island, oppimllc
tlie upper end tif Thurlow Island; thenco
Norlh Hi chains, Ihenoo West KUchains,
Ibence Smith Wl chains (more or loss) to
the shore; (hence In ull Enslcrly direction,
following tlie sliore |o point of coiiiineuce-
nient; eoiilainliigOiO ucres, mure or less*
IIASTINUS SAW MILIjOl).,
Ill( IIO. II, Al.KXANDKII,
.Manager
Burmrd Inlcl, 11. C,
Mlh December, Wil. (teSOinl
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO R.R.
< ovntai TOK-tt oi m>;.
VirrnitiA,Sept.22,183J.
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
For White Labor ou (lie Esquimau
, ami Nnnalnio Rnllway.   ,
Hook Foreman 83 00 to Si 00 por dny
Earth Foreman 2 50 " iioo    "
Bridge Foromun... K 50 "4 00 "
Bridge Curponters  3 00 '<     -
Blacksmiths, istclnss 3 50 "
Drillers 2 00 "2 25 "
Laborers  1 75 " 2 00 "
Hewers  8 00 "
Choppers...  175 "2 00 «
All oulsldo labor ton hours por day.
All carpenters lo furnish their own chest
tools.
All employees Hnd themselves board,
bed and lodging,
Boarding Houses will .be convenient
nlong tho lino,
Bonrd,?! per weok.
It will not bo compulsory for employees
to bonrd in tlie compuuy's houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly on the 16th
o eaon month,
GRAHAM A BUSK,
ocltc Contractors.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—oc—
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  THB—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN    >,
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $12o 00  per month.
Rock Foremen... .$,? fiO to $4 00 # day
Enrtli Foremen',.. 2 GO to   3 flO    "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 .10 to   4 50     "
Bridgo Cnrpenters,
lst clnaB  1 50 _"
Bridge Carpenters,
2ndclnBs  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
Stono Cuttera..,. 3 00 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths, _ 1st
class '.*.... 3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to   2 00     "
Drillors  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborers   I 75 to 2 00    "
Hewers, Istclnss    3 50 . "
Chojipers, Ist class 2 00 to 2 50     »■
Scorers, Ut clnss    2 50 "
All outslilo labor 10 lionre pr-r doy.
All Carpontors to furnish thoir own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Bonrd nml Lodging. j
1 ton riling Houses will  lie convenient
along tho Line.   Board—$5 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in tbo Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
10th ol each month, i
A.   ONDERDONK,
Gknkhai. Manaokju
Office of thb Contkaotobs,
Canadian Pacific Railwav,
Yale, March 1, 1S33.
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE  DISPBHSARY,
ao>JKcaruy St., Ban Frnnctmo, Cut.
KUTAUUSIIEB FOR TIIE E01S!tWlC  ASD SPHiM Cllll
or CinuiMc, NKtivuua and Special Dibeasis.
THE EXPEBT SPECIALIST,
ll. AWOS, AS IS VBLL KNOWN, 18 A
rosnlnr (tnuliiH(--il I'iivik-I-ni, rilucatfil «t
iwiiv-lulii Collcuo nuil I'liivmitv of Mlililcun. il*
Iim ilovutnl n liruliiiie to tbo ■tiiilj' of tfio treat ■
ment nml euro of dlieiuci within lili BiiMially.
D
NOTICE.
NOTIOK IH HRllRnY OIVEN, THAT
Tblrtv dnyH nfter tlnle wo Intend
mnltliiKiijiplit'iitlou to the Ohlof Ooinmls*
Niutit-rnf IjIhuIh uml WorkM for n lense for
timbering purpoBCB of tho followlhutlo*
serf bed litndH Hltmite In Court District,
llrltlsh Columblu:
Tract No. 1,—Commenelni* from ii point
on Went.shore llneof Vlllnicu liny on Vnl-
des Island,'nbout w ehulns duo Kust of
the KiiHt bouudiiry of I.nl 10, Kitnfte 1,
I'oiiHi Distriot, nnd SOclMltlBSouth of tho
Norlh must corner of snid I/it liij thenco
West nbout 40 chains to Eitst bnumlnry of
Lot 10; tbonco fnllo-'-lnc lmumlnrles of
-siilil T,ot 10 ns follows:—Norlh 'JDelinins,
West 4llelinlns, Norlli 40 ehulns, West 40
chains, Houlb 80 chnins. Host 20elinliiK.
Hmtth I'D ehulns, iilnnnwcst boundnryo/
IM 1(1, limine 1, ami Lot l), IlniiRP I; thi'iiee
West 40 ehulns, tbeiice North Oil ehulns,
thenco West (lOebnlns. thenee North ItKI
chnins. thenee West, NO nliuins, thenee
Nortii 240 ehulns, tluinoe Knst '20a elinlus,
thenee Houtb uuniit 00 chnins lu North
shoro of Villus Day lake, thencn In n
Westerly direction, following meiindpr-
lu([sofslioro lino of lako to Its bend about
m miles; tlienco In nn Easterly nnd
Hiiutherly direetlon.followiiii: short* lino
of Hmtth side of htlto io II* outlet Into
Vllluno Hiiy.uiltslniieo of 5 miles (more
or less); thenee true BOtlth to tbo shore
lino of VI'Iuki! liny n dhluneu of lOebnlns
(more or less); Ilienee in n Westerly direction, following meiinderlnifs of shore
lino of Vitiligo Hny a distance of nlimit 40
chnins to point of commencement, Havo
nud tixttenl therein the Iniiluu Unserve nt
yirtnge Uity, the boundaries W which wc
do not know. Hnld dcsorllicil portion of
bind Is est limited to contain nbout 0,000
ucres,
Tract No, 2,-Cortmonolng nl a point
on East shore lino of Vlllngo Hny Inke.
nbout60chains uiio Norlh from the bend
of VilbiKc Hnv; thenco Kust tu ehulns,
thence North 1'JO cbiiins, tbence West. W)
I'hiiliiH, moroor jo«fltto the sboro lino of
Vlllngo Hny hike; tbenen Hoiilbi-rly, following moamlorlngs of sboro lino of lake
to point of eoiumoneeuieiil. Hit Id tie*
seilbed uorlloii of laud Is csilulutetl to
contain l,ooo ncres.
New Westminster, H, C.
Deceniherlst.bWI.
-lemni KNIGHT niWH,
Ami MIDDLE AOKDMKN, whoareitifrBrlngfr-.il
thoelTt'cta of Yuuthftil In<JI«cielb>ns or Kxcibbbb
In mitturor your*,Nervous Ami I'titstCAt biBiUTT,
Iui'otinck, I/«T Mamioop, confimlon of Idem,
thill ryr», nvcrslon to society, ilMjuiniloucy, pioi-
plen on llm fiicu, Inn of uni'rgy uml memory, fr*-
iiuenoyof urlnntlnit, etc.
HY HOSPITAL KXPEHfENCK
(Ibirlng been Hiir-;<'oii In cliiircc of two tvmlfng
licrsjiltiili) ,'iiiililiB mo tu trwit nil nrirali' tronblea
wiili excellent roinltB. 1 wi«n it dbtlnotly timhr-
atotHl thnt I do not clulm to iierfottii ini|)oiBiblli-
tloa, or to havo nilrncnloui or *ii|iorimtural iiovtr.
I clnlm only to bo n hkillful anil Bticcriiful Phyal-
clainniil Burgeon, thoroughly Infbrmul In nij
ipcclalty—
DIHISASEB  OF   MAN.
All ii|>iilvlii|{ lo mu will receive my honeat
opinion of tlioir complnhita—No ex|ierlineiitln|[. 1
wlli guarantee a pmiltlvo euro Iii ovt-iy ciiio 1 iin-
ilurtako, or forft'll $1,000. ConmNation In oBIca
or hv Idler liua ami ulilctly privatp. CbargM
reiuonablo, Tlioruiigli examiimtlon, bicluillnx
chentlMl nml tulertwoptcil nualy«la of urine, and
advice, $6.00. Omcoboiira, 0 tofl daily, fl to I
evciiiiiR.  SilTiilny, D to V2 only.   Call or address
DR.    ALLAH.
20J^Koarnoy street, Snn Francjsco, Cal.
Af Itemoinber, tlio Doctor IinB a VtoitAiLi
Compound, Hid remit of many years of apeclal
practice and hard study, which, nnder lill special
advlca, has never failed nt success in the cure ot
Lost MiMioon, I'iu-statumiufa, eto. *
THE GREAT EMM REMEDY
Isu never-failing
Cure for Ner?-
oneDebilily.Ex-
hnusteit'Vllalltjr
of any kin il.
Wen kntri, Pnr-
/Ajtli,      Pl'03l»-
tonluieii.nnil nl)
Ihe   terrlblt ef-
f«t3 ofjouthfal
folllod.nnil excrsnes In nintnrer yenra,
DU, MINTIK will agree to torMt
Firo Hnndred llollnrs Tor a cm« ol
this kind the Vital KestorsllVO (under
hia apcclnl ndvice nml tri-ntu<ent) will not
cure,'nr for linytliln*; Impure orlnjurlous
found Id It. UK. MIXTIK tronts nil Dis-
enseo nicccHsfuilj- without mercury.
Consultation freu. Thorough elimination and ndvlee, $6-00. Pilce or Tltat
KcstoratlVCi $3-00 n bottle, or four
times tbe t|iinnilty. $10*00; scnl to nny
nihlrefsHipflii rreelpt of pries, orC O. D„
seeurc mm <*V:nViillon, nnd In prirnt*
nntna   II   oeKtred,  hy   A,   K.   .VTNTIR.
M. II.
Those trim cannot visit Hit. MINTIK
in Hnn Frnnctlcu shonli'i pend n full nntl
minute statement ol tbelr troublea wllk
$25-00, it tit] In return n full conni 0*
Mcilicine will bo formirileil, vecurelj
pneke'l. 30 ns lint to excilt: rtiiiosfty.
All orderi lor iin-illrliic C, O. D, must
bo Accompntiled wllh $1.00 (ns it ifuar*
nntee of frond fnllh), whieh will be deducted when tho pnckiif-f Is shipped,
. SAMPM! BOTTLK PRRB.-Sent on
np|illrntinii hy letter stnttiift symptoniP,
sex nnd line ConoiunlcRtluni strietlj
confulentinl. jnjrSl-ly
II Krnrnry Hlreel, Hmi rmnrlieo, Cal,

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