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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Ererr Wednesday & Saturday,
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COUMIIA STREET. EHTMMDE TO Ell-
TOSI'lAHOBUSISESS DEPAHTIIENT THROUGH T. R.
PtUim k CD'S. lOIW 4IKTIOKERY 8TOIE.
TSU»By Mali, ta a year t $1 SO for 6 moa. i
'or 3 mo.. | payable In AdTanca. Dell.ercJ
fcy Carrier or Agent, $1 par quarter, payable
.narterly lo Carrier er Agent.
AOENTS
T.H.Ninnneo.	
Wm. Nsiiison	
I. P. FISHER Adrertlilag Agent, 01 Marcliant'a
Kionange, San rr.nd.co, Ueatlioriiad to receive
Advertiaetneati fur tail paper.
• T**U.
THIS
Kewspane
DADCD   m»y ba found on file at
.-..-    rArCn   Oeo, r. Howell kCo.'t
Newspaper Advertiiloft Bureau (10 Spruce St.),
where edvsrtlslnf contracts may be made for lt 11
Iht §ritish (Colntnbmn,
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 24
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1883.
NUMBER 39
Wedneadar Morolag, Not. 14. IMS.
The Mormon Cnrse.
Haying wiped out tbe curse of
slarery whioh for many years rated
aa a dark blot upon its fair fame,
the United States should uow ad-
dreaa itself with rigor against the
oursa of Mormonism. The history
ef this detestible organisation is one
of blood and brutality. It does not
possess a single feature which should
recommend it to honorable men.
Not long ago Governor Murray, of
Utah, made a report to the U. S,
gevernment. He stated that "there
hag long existed in Utah a combination to nullify the laws of Congress. Thia conspiracy led to open
rebellion at one time, and continues
to evade and defeat the plain will of
Congress." He calls attention also
to the violation ef the act of 1862,
whioh declared it unlawful for any
corporation or association for religions or charitable purposes to acquire or hold real estate of greater
value thau $50,000 within any city
in tbe Territory by tha Mormon
Church, which, according te the latest censui, possessed property within
one county to the amount of $2,500,-
000. He says, it is impossible to
estimate the amount of property
held by the Church in other counties in the Territory, He saya he
alao finds that notwithstanding the
law of 1862; forbidding bigamy, it
continues to be openly taught and
practiced, and that the Legislature
of tbe Territory, created by Congress, not only joins but leads in the
successful nullification of thia law,
He aaya hia appeal to the Legislature to enaot laws in accordance
with the laws ef Congress waa answered with the statement that t
great majority of Utah's people believed the Act of 1862 to be net only
unreasonable but alio unconstitutional, in that it 'prohibits the free exercise of a part of their religion, but
though they do not fail to recognize
the power of Congress under pressure to enact aa expedient that or
aimilar laws, they can, however,
only view them in the light of history and experience aa improvident,
mischievous and dangerous.' He
alludes to the 'Perpetual Immigration Fund,' confirmed by the Legislature of Utah in 1856, by which
the whole system of immigration
was handed over to the corporation
under control of the church; to
Legislative enactments by whioh the
church waB declared sovereign in
Utah, and te the fact that the com
inon school system in Utah ie under
the control of teachers of tbe church.
He expresses the hope that Congress
and the country may not further follow the argument as te the right of
religious belief, but rather to con-
aider how Congress can take some
aetion to secure good government and
not rely on 'time and railroads' to effect tho desired reforms. Ho goes
on to speak of the danger ef another
irrepressible conflict, and says that
the militia of the Territory ii not
available, and suggests that iu place
of a Legislative Council three or
five or, if necessary, thirteen or more
ahall be appointed by tbe President
and confirmed by the Senate to provide laws for the Territory. He
aays the Commisaionera under the
Edmunds act performed their duties
faithfully and he thinks effectually.
He recommend) the United States
military to be made available, and
that it be made lawful for tho United States soldiers to bo nnd for tho
•locution of processes ont of the
Court! of the United States in the
hands of the United States Marshal,
and that tbeae aervicos under proper
restrictions in case ef riot, insurrection, domestic violence and for the
preservation of peace, be made more
readily effective than under tbe pre-
lent laws. The report sts.es that
■n unlawful Territoiial Government,
which for over thirty years has existed in the face of Congress and the
country, exists to-day. The unanimity and universality with which
the request of official, appointed by
the Government under the Hoar
amendment for the offices was refused throughout the entire Territory could only on this earth perhaps be men iu Utah. The Governor ooiitinui'S as follows: 'Many lawa
of Congress have boen nullified in
Utah, and this law was defeated
with ouenosN, and I must aay with
apparent familiarity with the business iu hand. Tbe lawfully appointed officers, iiisUud ef a|'|instiiig to
force, appealed to the Court. The
Supreme Court of the Territery sustained tbe Act of Congress on tht
action of the Governor, but the technicalities and delays of the law consequent upon pleat and Stato proceedings, resulted as usual in tbe
Territory in failure, and pelygamista
' and worse hellions exercised the
functions of office, anil today many
no hold who are not entitled under
the law to out * vote.'  He aays,
after presenting these facta in explanation of hia inability to enforce the
law, tbat it is not reasonable to suppose the Governor can execute a law
when he can only rely under the
law on those who combine to defeat
it, and adds: 'Congress must provide
other agencies to enable tbe Govern
or to faithfully execute the laws.'
With respect to the opinion that interference with Mormonism would
be interference with liberty ef worship, he says: 'The question is not
whether Congress hns or may prohibit the free exercise of religion, for
that has been decided nnder the law
of 1862 by the Supreme Court in a
test case (Reynold's), but whether
the Territorial Legislative Assembly
in Utah, an agenoy of the General
Government, created by Congress
and paid as sueh out of the Treasury
of the United States, has net made
law upon law respecting the establishment of religion.' He considers
that the foundation of the Territory
of Utah by the Mormons was merely
an attempt to establish a religion.
He alludes to what he calls 'a reprehensible crime,' tbat the Courts
are not open to all citizens, and unknown to Congress, sit constantly1
with usurped powers, like unto those
conferred by the 'Act of Incorporation' (one of the acts designed to be
annulled), and a great crime against
the plain provisions of tbe Constitution may be quickly and effectually
arrested and punished, He says:
'Independent of every act of Congress relating to the Territory of
Utah, an ecclesiastical government
exists there to-day, and has existed
for thirty years, intended to meet all
the requirements as to the temporal
affairs of men in that Territory.'
As a remedy for this condition of
affairs, he asks that if the Legislature elected under the Edmunds' law
fail to repeal all the laws passed by
tho former Legislature respecting
the establishment of religion, and all
the statutes by which tho laws of
Congress have been nullified, and
fail to pass laws forbidding polyganijr
and punishing all personi, who solemnize plural marriages, and providing
for neglected and deserving wives,
and fail to recognize the sovereign
authority of the United States, then
Congress shall repeal that section
of the organic act establishing such
a body, and assume control of the
Government of the Territory."
Our Old Mammy.
What'a that for)" asked a Free Press
man, as he saw a oar driver on Woodward avenue take a niokel from his
pocket and pass it into the fare-box,
"For her>
"What her 1"
The ear stopped and the driver got
down with ,. "Good-morning, mam
my!" and assisted an old woman of
TO to entar the car.
"Did yeu pay for her 1"
"Yes."
"Whyl"
"Well, the story runs baok for al
most two years," he said, as ho picked
up his line.. '-I reckon you know
Bill J"
"Yea."
"Well, two years ago he was one of
the toughest men in Detroit. He
drank, swore, gambled, and had all
the vices lying around loose. I tell
you, he was a terror when off duty and
on a spree. He was getting so bad on
his car that another week would hnve
bounced him, but something happened."
"What J"
"He was coming up ono ovening,
half-drunk and full of evil, and somewhere about Davenport street he lurched over the dashboard. He caught
and was dragged, nnd the horse began
to kiok and run. That old woman
thore was the only passenger ou the
car, and when she saw the accident
she came out, grabbed the flying lines
with one hand aud the brake with the
other, and looking down upon Bill she
called out:
"Oh! Lard! help me to save him!
He's a wicked young man ond not fit
to die!"
"Well, she stopped that Mr and
held to the horse until some one came
along and helped Bill out of his Hi,
and she was all the time calling him
■poor boy' and 'iny son' and thanking
God ho was not killed. He had a dose
call, though, and it was a solemn warning. From that night ha hasn't taken
a drink, and no driver on this line has
a cleaner mouth or iB taking bettor care
of himself.''
"And the old woman I"
"She lives away out along with a
daughter. Many's the dollar Bill has
sent her sinco that night in the way uf
clothes and provisions, and he'll never
ferget hor. The story came to the rest
of us after awhile, and we've sort of
adopted hor as 'Our Old Mammy.' Wo
help her on and off, pay her nickel out
ef our own pockets, aud when tho car
isn't too full we haro a minute's chat
with her. She likes us all, and wo
wouldn't trade her off for the whole
line. It's ii bit of romance among ourselves, you aee."
"Yes. Did sho over talk to you 1"
"Did she! She sat right than on
that stool one day two months ago,
and said:
" 'My son, let drink alone! It robs
the pocket, cheats the brain, and leaves
yeu friendless! Don't swear! Oaths go
with a vicious soul! Keep your temper.
Tho man who can't control his temper
is no better than a caged wolf!"
"Sho said that with her bill. eye.
reading my ooul and her old voice
trembling with earnestness, ond .vory
word went righr tu my heat-t and Ipdged
there. She's had something to say to
most of the boya, aud I reckon each
one ia the botter for it. ("minus, ain't
it, how we found our old mammy, and
maybe you'll believe with some of the
rest of us that Providence had a hand
in it."
DRS. MCINNES& MATHERS.
Office, Columbia St., opp. tbo Foatofllco
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
ARCH. MAGLEOD,B.A.M.D.C.M.
Late of tho New York Polyclinic.
Graduate of McOIll University, Montreal.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE - Opposite
Oity Hotel, New Westminster.
_____      aul-to.
JOHN HARROW, M. D,
Physician to Surgeon.
OFFICE and RESIDENCE—Churoh St.
(noxt door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St., New Weatminator, B.C.
Office Hours—8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 and
0:30 to 8 p. m. Calls in town ami-
country promptly attended to. [au4-to
C.N.TREW.M.D.
M. C. P_& S. O.
Surgeon B. C. Penitentiary; Surgeon Now Westminster Jail;
Coroner for the Distriot.
omCE»Corner or clarkson A MeKen-
ale Bine's. Residence, Morjr street. sel5
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
M. C. P.& S. O.
Surgeon to Royal Columbian Hospital.
Medical Officer to the Asylum for
the Insane.
omcB~ts.r. MeKeaaledUarkaea Bis.
 (aelStc)
AnoniEtt Witness. - A. Chard, of
Sterling, testifies to the efficacy of Hag-
••ard's Yellow Oil, which he used for a
ladly injured kneo joint. II is the great
household remedy for inflammation, pain,
sorenesa, lameness, otc., and Is uaedbotli
internally and externally with infallible
tuoceas,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, ll. 0.
CORBOULD* MOLL,
Barristers, Solicitors, $c
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
GILLEY, MOONEY & CO.,
STEAM
FILE DRIVERS
WHARF-BUILDERS, &C.
Hoisting of all kinds, and lightering done on short notice.
ADDRESS—New Westminster, B. 0.
(au26to)
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
OPENED   A   NEW
HAS    JUST
Storo at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full atock of
Dry Ooods* Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Which vill be aold at Now Weatminator
Prices,
ST Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
(ap!8tc)
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, ColJ
umbia at., New Westminster.
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEEB,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Builoinq,
Yates 8treet,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
•ta* Liberal advancei made on Consign*
ments.
To facilitate tbe sole of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimau, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. II. Parties desirous of selling their
Stook, Stoek in trade, or Fnuiture, and
not wishing tho trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cosh Buyer by calling
on the abovo. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work dono. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
OHluc or Harbor Mauler nnd Pert War*
den. feio
HASTINGS, B. I.
CD. RAND,
REAL  ESTATE   BROKER,
.NOTARY PUBLIO,
Collector, Conveyancer, and
Insurance Agent,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE: COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
A. J. ALPORT,
AGCOUNTANUONVEYANCER.
Land, Sow, ui General Agent,
RENT8 & DEBTS COLLECTED.
Accounts made np and Balance Sheets
prepared.
OFFICE—Mackenzie Street, adjoining
the offlce of Messrs. Corbould k McColl.
 (selBte)
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
■A-OEUSTTS   -ETOS
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Fiiisbury Circus,
London, E. C,
JAMES  MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTION EER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Colonial Hotel)
SEW   WKSTM1NSTEK.
tr Several good Farms lor Sale and to
Lease. nolo
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—AND—
GENERAUVGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for tho TK1TIILKRS' IiIFE
mid ACCIDKNT (MSUBANCK CO.,
Hartford, Conn,
OFFICE: -
Wcatminater,
Columbia Street.,   Nrw
Every Jinn to his Own Business
-—..   F£I!LE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   001.OS1.U. IIOTRI,),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians' Proscriptions nnd Fan-
Ily Recipes a Specially.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty years' experience.    inr23
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NO.
tilled that the provisions of the
Municipal By-Laws will he strictly enforced.        HENRY V, EDMONDS,
Mayor.
New Westminster, July 10,1883,  [to
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he ie now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc, at tho lowest possiblo prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in firat-cliisa style,
UNDERTAKING
In all Its branches. Tho undorsigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Ocoident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl'i Branch Furniture
Store. auSto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Dearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats nt the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. CEO. TURNER
WOODS £ TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants It Conveyancers,
COLIMIHA   HTHEKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
ed nnd unimproved Landa at
prrx river,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOIS AT P0RT_M00D¥ FOR SALE.
1,IM>   HIHVI.TIXI.   < AKIHLLV  A.VII
l-BMIMI-TMr ATTENDED TO.
MONET TO LOAN ON (iOOD iEl'URITT.
AOENTS FOR THI
rltenlx Fire Inanrnne. Co. or HroiiKlyu.
tlie Kan-table Life Aaaurauce sucivly
of Ite lulled Matca, nail
lilmldlni, McBran *<„•«. Vltrlllnl Mime
Sewer und Chlanner l-ipea, .tardea
Vaaca, dr.
WOODS k TURNER.
New Westminster, B. C,
April 2, 1883. np4
PORT   MOODY   LOIS   FOB  SALE,
Property for snle in all parts ot New
Westminster  District.
Strangers will find it to thoir advantage
to call on the ahove.
Agent for the "City of London" Fire Insurance Company, the "Confederation" Life of Toronto, and tho
Accident   Insurance   Company of North America.
tf Money to Loan on first-class security.   Best of references given.
(oclOto)
•NOTICE
TIIE IIISICIPAllTlf OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
——We have-------
Both wild and improved,
flood Roads, Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade are excellent.
We have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE  IS  UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Govornment Land.
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipat Council nre offering LIBERAL
1M DUUEMENTS. For further particulars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valloy, Surrey, B. C.    [mylMo
-JUST-
-     (.eWOQy.
*"/ ' "■'' V<?
PORTLAND,OR.
- SAWS ^
KINDS"    V
mac^V
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Beltin*-, Packing, Ewe, &c, ftc, fto.
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Boot Sheers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning- Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Plows, ftc, &o.
B0BNS& COT,
VICTORIA, b; o..
AHKSTS  FOR
THIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with evory convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms, Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely dotatchod from the main
building.
**" The Hotel ie under the Immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Blaok.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to aud from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO. BL tCK,
jy28te Proprietor.
got gale or fo $«nt.
To Rent.
R
OOMS SUITABLE FOB SINGH
men, on Dallas street.  Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
JeSUto]
Land Agent,
NOTIOE
TIME    TABLE
Taking effect October 20th, 1883.
STEAMERS OF THE
coiuz—j-jx—-
(LIMITED),
Carrying E, M. Mails and
B. G, Express,
Leave Victoria rtir New Wcstm hitter,
TUESDAYS k FRIDAYS st 1 a. m.
leave lewWeitmlniter for Victoria,
WEDNESDAYS k SATURDAYS, at
7>. m.
leave Hew Weilmlnler for Tale,
WEDNESDAYS 4 SATURDAYS at
7 a. M.j and THURSDAYS k SUN.
DAYS at5a.m.
leave Tile tor "few Westmlister,
MONDAYS at 10 a. m., and TOES-
DAYS at 5 a. m.; and FRIDAYS at
« a. m., and SATURDAYS at 5 a. m.
THOS. L BRIGGS,
oo20to Agent.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Only Kre-Proof Eotel
li the City,
THE GUUMIT DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announco to the Publio that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found fint-claaa, and
at reasonable rates.
Ike Parian aid Sleeping Apartments are nnder the superintendence
of Mat. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
1 Private Reading Boom, com.
modiouB, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for tha use of guests.
•JC-HCXI  -BJk.—
Is supplied with tbe choicest brand, of
Wikis, Liquois, Cioaks, 4e.
JNO. AUSTIN,
I'RurilllTOR.
FOR_SALE.
THE LIGHTEST-ROWING, PAST
cat-sailing, and best built Boat on
Fraser River; newly painted; thoroughly
equipped with mast, boom, and aaU; 1
pair aah oars; rowlocks, rudder, cross*
lead and tiller, chain, tie. Price HOO.
aulSto C. G. MAJOR,
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
J\. House, Barns and other out-buildings, with tho Stock, Dairy Utensils and
Implements ot husbandry. For particular, apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
„    „ Land Agent, kc
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21to
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
J IHE PALACE HOTEL AND RES-
.   TAURANT, Front Stmt, New
eatmlnster.   A licensed House, In a
good position.   Either with or without
Furniture.
Apply to
HENRY V.EDMONDS,
aul8to LandAgent,
HOUSE and LOT
FOR_SALE.
SOUTH-EAST i LOT 10, CLINTOK
Street.   House 1) stories, 9 rooms,
hard finished.   Lot contains a number of
fruit trees, first-class wall, stable, tc
For particulars apply to
oclOtc J. AiCALBIOK.
J. H. PLEACE * CO.
IHroRTIBS UDDUIIM »
HARDWARE
STOVES,
RANGES,  toO., toO..
House Furnishing Goods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOOD8.
A full assortment constantly en hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All klmla ef tVnter.plpe Work, at rea.
aonaltl* rale., I»y a compelem Wark-
mam eailafaetloa ajaaraateea*.
tr Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLBROOK'S STONE BUILDING
Hew Wralanlaeter.
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw miu,   Grist HUH,
Shingle Hills,   Champion En-
Blue., Saw Mill machinery,
kt., ke.
I Harris, Son £ Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
liruiitforit Hovers and Reapers,
Osborne Mowers, Drantrord and
Osborne Cord Hinders,
J.O.Wisner. Son&Compaiij,
IlRANTFOltl),   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Bulky   Kako,   Spring
Tooth llnrrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brauirurd tiraln
llrlll, Ac.,  kt.
sj Machines alwnya on hand. Repairs
ltf.pt. dol3
Fish Market!
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW VISH
Murkot oh
FRONT STREET,
East of tho Holbrook Houso, whoro wilt
ho found ii full supply of Fish of all
kinds mul of tho best quality.
Purchases delivered ia auy part of the
oity.   A caII is solicited.        mlt28to
II
NEW WESTMINSTER.
PATRON:
Ills r.xffllfnry the M«r*talR ef toMe.
Crt***rnot.fJciifr*i1,
VI8ITAB»ntiih-ift or ftrw fffitwInMrr.
rMXCIF.lIf.UeT. C J. Rrrnton. n.i.
(Grodunlcof Klng-n College, N. hi.
rpHIS   INSTITUTION
1  wil"
FOR  HOYS
rill open (D, V.) on
Alt Saints'Day, November lit, 1888
In tho promises known u "MOUNTAIN
VIEW,' Sapperton (the property of L.
Hamlin, Esq.), and immediately adjoining the residence cf the Bioh-jB md 6t,
Mary's Churott.
Board and Tuition per annum, 9*200;
Weekly Boardors, with Tuition, taper
weok. (Tuition includes all tnglwh
bratifhea, LaWn, French, and Matheo*-
tlca.)   Tuition only, H pet moath.
Apply t-» the
V-iduor or Nkw Wsstnixam,
(soiilHo)
TOE Tfl 8HIPPEW
AT NEW WESTMlKSTEft.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BK HKCEIVED BY THE
OANADIAI PACIFIO HAVIGATIffllS. (URITE1)
Except on their own Printed Forma af
Shipping Receipts, to be had at T. B,
Praiwon k Co.'h, New Wc.it minster.
apll JOHN IRVING. Manager.
Granville Hotel*
GRANVILLE,
BUBEABD  INLET.
Jewlj Built ani Kewlj Iira'she*,
Urge and I'ommodloni,
ODE OF THE BEIT HOTEL! ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an. unbroken view of that
magnificent aheet of water known a.
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   th.  Canadian   Pacific
Kailway.
•mra n ma ros ramus.
<r Vlaltori ud Tourist, will tnd It 4
quiet and pleasant resting {law.
The scale of charge, will b. found to
be atriotly moderate.
Good stabling on th. prambes.
JOSEPH MANNION,
Psornsioa.
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
FORSALE:
ie NEW MILCH COWS ASD
LO Calves, and 40 Hogs. To b. hu
at the shop of the undersigned, Ladner'.
Landing. Also, 12 yoke broken oxen,
very large, girth 7} feet. Enquire of W.
H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing, or U.
Kelson 4 Co.. Yale, or A. If, Nelson,
New Westminster. Will trade them for
beef eattle, at lowest cash price.
jeM-te] U. NELSON 4 CO.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THB SHOP AND PREMISES OK
Columbia St., next the Cuatoma
House, lately occupied by Nelson Broa.
The situation ia excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply oa
tho premises to
ap21to W. J. FRENCH.
FORJSALE.
LOT  2,   BLOCK  IX.
"     1.     "       xm
"  io,    ••     xxvm.,
City of Now Westminster.
—uso—
LOT  4,  BLOCK  I.
" 8*»,  ••     in,
"      4,  *    " V.
"     »,      "        X.
"   18, 19, 4 20, BLOCK m,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
orto ALLSOP 4 MASON,
au30to Victoria.
I-TOTICB,
■VTOTICE   IS   HE1-.MT OlVBf
_\ that application will fie made to
tho LeoiaLtiro AbmriMs- of Ihe Frovlnco
ol "Irtish Columbia, st it. not* session,
for an Act to authorize th. Corporation
of tho City of *f ew Westminster to sell
the Land Reserves, Sqnsres and Public
Grounda in said City.
Now Wcatminater, Oct. 80th, 1881.
CORBOULD 4 McCOLL,
oc3IOw. City Solicitors,
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the plenaur. to an-
nounc. that It it now
MM—^ma mt
For tha reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and wall appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, lt
will be found in every respect tha Mat,
M it is the target and moat commodious,
Hotel on th. Mainland.
Th.
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards cuisiki and
Attendance, and partiea desiring them
can have PRIVATE DININO EOOMB,
with ipectal attendants*.
THE MR MOM
Il stocked with the choicest WiXM and
Ligrons, aad the best brands of Ciqam
will always be beyi on band.
THE IILLIAM ROHM
la spacious wid well appointed, and provided with Std.ii Li's l'MINT CUSHION
TABLES, the best In use.
<*rGood attendance
eharga.
and moderate
3. & nrsLir,
FiunuiTM 4 Utfaan.
Dacnntw 1, mt
M
lew Fall Goods!
—AT THB—
CASH TAILOR'S.
*W. E3USOIT
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lyttn 8q«ai», Nm Westminster.
Broadcloth, and fine twe«h alwyt n
hand.   Sstia'actloa gutrwteed.
Try His t*25 Salt.
TspSS-t..
dk.-welsh:,
zzDENTISTzz:
H' A8 ARRIVED IN NEW WEST-
minster and may be found at tha
Colonial Hotel. oe.31
APPLICATION FOR PRIVATE BILL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to Failla-
ment at the next session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia for an Aet to amend an Aet
intituled "The New Westminster and
Part Moody Kailway Company Act,
1882." W. NORMAN BOM,
Solicitor for the New Westminster and ■
Port Moody Railway Company.
Dated New Westminster, 29th October,
1883. . oc31-6w.
W. R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., neit door to th.
Bank ot British Columbia,
Every description of work in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horae-Clothlng oto. CTThe best Bute
Cruz Leather used. Charge, moderate,
A trial solicited. [mylO-to.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I IN-
tend making application to th.
Chief Commissioner of Lands ud Work.
for permission to purchase Twelve hundred snd eighty acres (more or leas) of
laud described as follows:— ,
Beginning at a Met marked A., on the
South bank of Eagle Rirer, about 15
miles up the valley from Shuswap Lake)
thence np stream N. 60», J. two mile,
(mote or less), to a pott marked B.i
theuco S. 80°, E. one mile; thenee 8.
80 °, W. two miles (mon or leas); thenoa
N. 60°, W. one mil. to point of commencement.
ocMm". 0. B. WRIGHT.
DOMINION SAWMILL COMPANY
(LIMITED)
OfflCf:-mCHAIDST.,N[> WESTMIHSTER-
THE ABOVE COMPANY HA VINO
MQuind th. ImaisH. hitherto ow-
ried on liy Webtter and Company, an
now prepared to supply all kind, [/manufactured Lumber at th. lowMt possible
rate.. As ill th. Book Account, of th.
late 8m ot W.bator ud Company hava
been transferred to th. abon Company,
all poraona indebted to Ihe lato firm in
reoueetod to Mttl. up their account,
without delay.
'. B. HENDERSON,
TTAVINa DISPOSED Of THB
II lumber manufacturing tntbeM
carried on by me under th. tin name ol
Webstar k Co., to Ih. Kominlntoo Saw
MlllCo^.|-^to«hl«.co7.
Unuaace to th.m of the Mtranan hltoar-
%o extended to me. •
MlSto I. A.' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
B. 0. P. M. Co J. Hendry
County Court E. A. Jenns
Money to Lend W. Norman Bole
Notice to Shippers 0. E. Clancey
Notice J. Irving
Spociala.(2) 0. D. Rand
%\a ffritigh tf olttmbian.
Weaneaday Homing, Uov. II. ma.
More of the Settlement.
Instructions lmvo been received
from Ottawa to advertise for tonders for the completion of the dry-
dock at Nanaimo, mid Hon. Mr.
Trutcli has been advised to uake arrangements at once for the necessary
staff to manage a Dominion land
Office, and for placing the government lands regularly upon the Burke*, It is expeoted that tho Dominion parliament will meet about the
• 17th February, and tlie confirmation
of the settlement bill will be among
the first measures taken np. Th.se
announcements, whicli wo make on
the very best authority, will be received with groat satisfaction
throughout the province. Wo are
afraid, however, that they will be
anything bnt pleasant reading for
tho opposition organs, which have
been all along telling us that the
dry-dock would not be built, that
the Dominion government -would
not tako it off out- hands, and that
the railway lands wonld not bo
opened. One by one the predictions of these false prophets are
being destroyed, nnd the prospects
of the province are looking up proportionately. The organs hnv.
been engaged long enough in the
work of deception, nnd it is fortunate that hut few people have
been misled by their absurd and
groundless statements. The settlement bill is an assured fact upon
whioh the province may build its
hopes with the utmost confidence.
Crumbs of Comfort.
The Victoria Standard copies the
following telegram from the Hamilton (Ont.) Tribune, and puts the
figures in sensation type:
Ottawa, Oct. 23.—Tlio Dominion government has forwarded advicca to the
provincial government of Britisli Columbia that $20,000 has been placed to
the credit of the province na tho firat
instalment of the dock money refund.
Thore is yet c*220,000 balance, which
will more than likely be forwarded in
time for the next year a catiniatca.
From this pieco of nonsense tho
Standard pretends to take comfort.
It says: "The government has all
along represented that $120,000 had
been placed to ita creditl" Woll,
and the representations of the government are probably correct. The
Standard must be either very fool
ish or very dishonest. Any person
who understood the circumstances
must know that the Hamilton
Tribune has mnde a mistake. It ia
well known that the amount of the
dry-dock refund agreed upon was
$250,000. If $20,000 lias been
paid thero would remain a balance
of $230,000, and not 8220,000, as
stated. But it is well known nlso
that the Dominion government
agreed to recoup this province for
expenditures on dry-dock account
from the 30th Juno, 1882, to the
time when the settlement was concluded. This would make the
whole refund about $340,000. If
$120,000 had been paid out of
$340,000, the balance would be exactly $220,000, as stated by the
Tribune. It is plain enough, therefore, that the Tribune intended to
to say $120,000 when it said $20,-
000. Even the Standard could
scarcely be so pig-headed as not to
have percoived the discrepancy. So
far, therefore, from proving the deception of tho government, the
Standard has brought a disinterested witness who verifies tho correctness of their representations.
We are afraid tho opposition organs
most doubt seriously tho pretended
strength of their own position,
when they resort to such absurd
tactics to mislead public opinion.
worse in many places than they
were before the work was done. We
have frequently pointed out the impolicy of doing road-work in the
fall; and we hove suggested that
the fiscal year be changed and made
to end with the oivil year, so that
the appropriations might become
available immediately after they had
been passed by tho House. This
year tho government decided to
spend only one half the appropriations for road-work. Tho other half
will bo carried over till next year,
and work may be commenced just as
early as the weather will permit
The beauties of late road work may
bo seon now on the Granville road,
the Yale road and tbo road to Port
Moody. The Granvillo road, we
aro told, is worao than it ever was
beforo, and th. worst places aro those
where work was dono just before
the winter rains. One of the difficulties which, no doubt, all governments have to contend against is the
disposition manifested by different
localities to demand more than their
fair sharo of the appropriations.
These demands should'be met firmly
by the government. As far as possiblo public works should be laid out
by competent engineers who have
uo selfish interests to serve. Wo
havo hoard of instances in this dis-
district whore roads and ditches,
paid for out of provincial funds,
have been made, apparently, for the
sole accommodation of nn individual.
Such misapplications must not be
permitted. They not only waBte
the revenues, but breed dissatisfaction and destroy public confidence.
We hope the government will liberally supplement' the appropriations
for road work now unexpended, and
that arragemente will be made to
begin work as early ns possible next
season. The unexpended balance
would be sufficient to carry on these
works until the supplementary appropriations become available next
Jnly. There aro a few public works
iu this city to which the attention
of the government may he called.
The first and most important is a
land registry office. We need not
say that the absence of such an
offico has long been a standing grievance on tho mainland, and we do
not think the government can longer
delay in this matter. A new gaol
is also much needed. Indeed it is
an absolute necessity, for the present
one is both too small and too insecure to answer the purposes for
whieh it is intended. Further than
this we shall make no suggestions at
ROYAL OITY
X.X9CXTBD
Manufacturers and dealers in ail
kinds of
Rough & Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shakes,
SAWN AND SPLIT SH1N61ES,
SALMON BOXES,
Net Floats, Can Trays, and nll kinds
of woodfurniahlnga forcanuer'es.
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
MOULDINGS,
Frames,   Brackets
And seasoned finishing lumber constantly on hand.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kluda of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  OASES   A   SPECIALTI.
STAIR BUILDING,
Rtiitiugf-.   Balusters,  Newel Posts,
Both plain and fancy, at reasonable rates.
—IN THE-
DRILL  SHED,
-ON-
Thursday, Nov. 29th
in aid or
HOLY TRINITY BELL TOWER.
Admission, 60 cts.; children, half price.
Refreshments, 25 cts. oc31td
Church of England
TEMPERANCE SOCIETY
AT THE
SKATING RINK
ON
Wednesday, Nov. Uth,
At 8 o'clock p. m.
ADMISSION 25ContB
W. Norman Bole,
BARRISTER.S0I.ICIT0R.&C
New Westminster, B. C.
MONEY TO LEND.
noU-lm.
Notice to Shippers.
FROM DATK, AND UNTIL FUU-
ther notico, the steamer "Gipsy"
will make rogiilar semi-monthly trips direct to New Westminstor, B. 0„ sailing
from Now Tacoma on the lst and 15th
of each month.
nol4-tc. C.E, CLANCEY.
COUNTY COURT.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
IM the next sitting ol the County
Court will be held on Wedmsday, D«-
CEMDEB 3, 1833.
Dated November 13,1883.
E. A. JENNS,.
Registrar County Court,
noll-tl Now Westminster.
B. C. A. A.
1888.
-TO-
KURTZ&CO
CIGARS
NOTICE!
Just arrived from
San Francisco and
New York the very
Latest Styles of
Gents' Hats and furnishing goods; also
Boots and Shoes.
Call and examine
before purchasing
elsewhere. A well
selected stock of clothing on hand at
EMMA GOLD'S,
Columbia St., opp. Ewen's Cannery.
no3-tc.
Importers of all kinds of
PlateiWMow Glass
Orders from tho country will receive
prompt and careful attention.
RICHARD STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   R  O.
Tie Company
[Signed]           A. PEELE, Sec.
(oel7te)
1862mwm
W)„
GIODSmev
MT MD
-AT-
A.
VICTORIA,
~ fc
Some Suggestions.
Among the most important questions for the consideration of tbe
govornment is that of the disposal
of tho revenue. There are, of coarse,
certain fixed charges upon the revenue over whicli the government
havo practically no control. The
balanco left after tliese uncontrollable expenditures have been satisfied ia by no means large, and it is
to the disposal of this that the judgment and intelligence of the government ahould be applied, The first
consideration should be tho construction and improvement of roads and
bridges. On the mainland at least
the roads are in a most deplorable
state, and a very large expenditure
will be necessary before they can be
made fairly good. The appropriation! for thin purpose at the last
session were most liberal, but we
ue afraid much of the work done
bu glren but poor results. It was
done too late in the season, u usual,
ud tilt improved roade are now
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
tbe undersigned intends malting
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and WorkB for perm'saion to purchase the following described lands in
New Westminster tjistriot: Commencing from the southwest corner of Lot 192
Oroup 1; thence due south 40 chains;
thence duo west 140 chains; thonco due
north 50 chains, more or less, to shore
lino of English Bay; thence in an easterly direction, following mcandorlngs of
shoro lino of English Bay, to the north*
west corner of Lot 440, Group 1; thenco
duo south to ami'Invest corner of Lot 449,
Group 1; thonco duo east to southeast
corner of Lot 449, Group 1; thence duo
north to northeast corner of Lot 449,
Gronp 1, on shoro lino of English Bay;
thence in an easterly direction following
mennderings of shoro lino to point of
commencement. Snid described lands to
contain six hundred acres, be the same
moro or losa.
New Westminster, B. C, Nov. 13th,
1883. JOHN IRVING.
nol4-2m
J.P.DAYIESICO
AUCTIONEERS,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
tradFsale.
WE WILL BELL ON THURSDAY
November 16th, 1883, at sales,
room, Wharf street, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
a direct shipment of
OTJTL1IEY,
PICTURES
In metal framei, BEADS and Bead Or*
namenti.
J08HUADAVIE3
iio3-td] Auctioneer.
Check Lost.
Take this opportunity of
thanking their numerous patrons lor past favors, and re.
speotfully solicit a continuance of the same in the future. Having on hand a
large stock of hoth Bough
and Dressed Lumber of various kinds and grades, they
are prepared to give Bltl>
gains for Cash for
the balance of the year.
Their Mill >t Nanaimo is
now in operation, under the
superintendence of Mr, A,
Haslam, a«d will keep
a full supply of Doors, Windows, ETC., ETC.
They have also to announce that they have opened a branch of their
business at Port
Moody* and will keep a
lull supply of Lumber, Sawn
and Split Shingles, Windows,
Doors, Mouldings, and all the
necessary furnishings for
buildings at the Terminus.
Parties who intend building
there can count on obtaining
all the requisites for that purpose on the ground.
All orders will receive
prompt attention.
JOBS HJSNDRY,
lii-uon,
TENDERS.
Eatato of MAXIMILLIAV MICHAUD,
Deceased.
TENDERS KOR THE PURCHASE
of tho undermentioned landa be*
loi-ging to tlio estate of tho lato Max-
imillian Mioliaud will bo received by tho
undersigned up to noon of tho 1st day of
December. 1833:
City or Nbw Westminster, -Lot 8,
blook 17. There U erected thereon a
new house of 7 rooms, hard finished,
with all the latest improvement*, garden,
etc.
Town of Hastings.—Lota 2, 3 and 4
(except a email piece of lot 2 sold to W.
R. Lewis). Upon this lot ia erected tho
Haatings Hotel, together with other
buildlnga, now drawing with furniture,
(which may bo taken at a valuation) a
rental of 975 per month; lease haa 2 years
yet to run.. Also lots B, 0, 7, 18 and 33.
Town of Granville.—Lot 1, block 2;
lot 16, block 5; lot 10, block 1. On lot
1, block 2, is erected the Dcighton
House, and all necessary out-buildings
for afirat-clasa hotel; now drawing with
furniture, (which may bo taken at a valuation) a rental of 970 per month; lease
has 4 years yet to run.
Kew Wkspminster District. —Lot
305, group 2, 258 acres; Lot 304, group
2,118 acres; Lot 36, group 2, 200 acres.
These lota are situate near Langley, and
adjoin each other, making together a
ranch of 576 acros: There are about 200
acres cleared and under cultivation; a
food house, stable, barn, orchard, etc,
'he land is the finest in British Columbia.
Parties tendering. are requested to
stato highest cash tender, and also
tender one-third down, balance on timo
secured.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders may be addressed to
MRS. CELA1NE MICHAUD,
Care of      CORBOULD k McCOLL,
Her solicitors.
(oc31ml)
Beg to intimate that they havo the largest and best selected Stock of Hen's
and Boys'
CLOTHING,
UNDERCLOTHING,
HATS,      SHIRTS,
UMBRELLAS,
WATERPROOFS,
COATS,
HOSIERY, &.C., &C
In the Province.
Our Goods aro principally imported from
the English and Scotch markets.
Children's Scotch Tweed Suits, from
$2.50 to (3.00.
Children's Ulsters, iH.oo.
Men's Overcoats, ?0.50 and upwards,
at wholesale prices for cash.   oc20
JA.1WE113
Ml 4 M
by Mr,
J.C
RANCHER'S OAK,
(Mliwtek, B. C.
GENERAL
In calling tho
O. G-.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA.
In the goods of William Goellert, de*
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
againat the estate of the deceased
are required to send to tbo undersigned,
solicitors for Mrs. Katrina J. Goellert,
the administratrix, full particulars of
their claims within one month from this
date, and all persons indebted to the deceased are required to pay their indebtedness to the said undersigned forthwith,
CORBOULD k MoCOLL,
oc27-lm]       Solicitors for Executrix,
NOTICE
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
CONSISTING OF:
Dress Goods
All wool Plaids,
Beiges' French Serges
Ottoman Mervelleux,
Fancy   Plaid   Cashmeres,
Velvet 6s Velveteens,
In nil Colors and Styles,
New Neckwear,
Collars and Cuffs,
Burnings to Buchea,
In all Shades,
Silk to Chenille Scarfs
and Squares,
Ladies' & Children's
Aprons,
In Great Variety,
DOMINION RAILWAY LANDS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
WHEREAS INFORMATION HAS
been received by the Dominion
Government that timber has been out ou
Dominion Railway Lands in this Province for milling purposes, especially in
tho neighborhood of Burrard Inlet, this
is to give notice that all persons cutting
timber on these lands will be prosecuted,
and all mill owners purchasing logs thus
out will be proceeded against.
JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
Dominion Gov't Agent.
Office of tlie Dom. Gov't Agent,
Victoria, B. O., Oct. 26th( 1883.
oot27-to.
 OUR-
FAIL STOCK
STOVES
New   Styles
Covers,
Antimaocassers
Toilets,
Table
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lamhswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool  Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID
Black and dark shades,
and tinted,
GLOVES
White
and
-OF-
BTERT    DESCRIPTION,
Of tills city snd surroundings, I wish
to state that I have
Tvist  .Received.
A large snd
Well Selected Stock
Ol Ladles' and Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES
FROM
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
I wish to impress it forcibly on their
minds that
No Store in this City
Can show a Larger or
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And that no store
SELLS AS CHEAP
Ai mt.
Country orders carefully and promptly
filled.
MRS. EMMA GOLD,
Colombia St., opp. Ewen's Conner]-.
Everything First Class
-AND-
PRICES VERY LOW
COME AND SEE
J. C. HENDER80N
(oeiStoj
Lace & Net Curtains,
Quilts, Towels, &c„
Ladies' and Children's Brocaded Silk,
Ottoman Cloth, and German Curl
Dolmans,   Ulsters,
and Jackets,
The Latest Fashions for this Fall and
-Wintor,
All Stylos in Ladies' and Children's
Far, Felt, Foather Edgo, & Straw
HATS & BONNETS,
A splendid assortment ot
Innints' Woollen Jackets, Plel-
scs, Hats, Bonnets. Mitts,
Batters, &c„ 4c„
 Full Stook of ■
Flowers. Feathers, Hats, Ornaments, Beads, Millinery,
Trimmln-*, &c„
Maltose, Spanish, Hointon, and Bret-
tonne LACES, in all Colors,
Full Line of Men's and Boy's
CLOTHING
SHIRTS,  COLLARS,   NECKTIES,
HOSIERY, tO.,
Very Large Stook of Homp, Kidderminster, Tapestry, and Brussels
CARPETS & RUGS, FLOOR
CLOTH, &C, at Very
lew prices.
Wo have now tho Largest, Best Assorted
and Cheapest Stook of
Cooking, Parlor and Heating
Stoves and
RANGES
In the Province.
We also manufacture
Tin, Copper aud Sheet Iron
Ware.
Of Evory Description, of which we always keep a Largo Stock on hand.
Givo us a call and get our "prices before
going elsewhere.
E.
S. SCOULLAR & CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ool3to)
Baker Wanted.
TjlIRST-CLASS MAN.
"VlEBEL'S RESTAURANT,
ootW-to Front Street,
uu. m mis m m
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
Corner Mary nnd Columbia Streets,
New Westminster, IS. O,
(ooSUte)
Iu   JS*-  C   E   S.
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies' Hemstitched   Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries * Provisions I
|3TGoods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
Cor. Columbia & Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
(oellto)
OVER 20 GASES
Seasonable English   and Auicricg
DRY GOODS
Per ss. "MEXICO," and other late
arrivals, consisting in part of
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
Winter Jackets,
DOLMANS,
tJLSTBSS,
4c,
4c,
4c.
-ALSO-
Dress Goods
Ot every description, all new ud
seasonable.
Plaids,
Flannels,
Blankets,
Quilts
And every description at
MILLINERY
Tlw latest, best, and most fashionable.
GENTS' CLOTHING
A full assortment, cheap for cull.
 A full line of	
Groceries & Provisions
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
JAMES WISE,
Front St.,
Niw Westmikbtu.
(oolOal) ■She $ritwh Colombian,
WednewUy HornlnB. Not. 14, 18S3.
CONSIGNEES.
Per bs. Sardonyx from Ban Francisco.—
CGMoJor, CMcDonautih, DMoPluidon. ES
Sooullar-xCo, QKAshwell, ULolHor, JUun-
nlngham, JW In dla, J Wise, JHPloaco, JK
Sute^JCartffrlghMHorvey.JEInBlev.JO
Bunte, JEI.fird.SCo, KyleATilton, ColF
Briggs, Mechanics Institute, LA A, SH
Webb, SShore, Trapp Broa, BankBO, TR
geanion&Co, W R Lewis, WHKeary, W
tackle, WM'Qaw, WMcOoll, WRae.MoO.
PAS8ESGEBS.
Por str. Yosemite, /rom Victoria, Nov.
18.-MrsLaldlaw, MrsMoMullen, MraWard,
Mra Parr, Miss Parr, Mrs MoGilllvray, Miss
McGillivray, Hrs Doncon, Mrs Low, Laidlaw, McMullen, Parr, Robt Hume, Cawley,
Vedder, Kitchen, Padden, J Lord, Kirkland, Lord, Crotty, Supt Todd .Arthur, Miller, Wilson, Rprague, Arthur, Kelly, Capt
Gushing, O'Rouko, How.
Fer str.  Irvine from Vale, Nov. 13.-
Mra   Cridge,  Miss   Newton,  Cridge, .H
Kcefor, Regno. HForguson.Uelslcr, S'~--
enson, and 20 others,.
Several houuoi iti this city for Bale by
C. D. RAND. •
The Athletic Club will meet tomorrow night,   -
Work on the Hall's Prairie road is
being rapidly pushed forward.
A great deal of new ditching is
being done in the Glover Valley section.
Settlers continue to arrive in ths
Mud Bay settlement, and property is
looking up.
The roads from this city to Hastings
and Port Moody are reported extremely bad.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale on easy terms by
0. D. HAND. *
Tha Semiahmoo trail Is now cleared
of fallen trees, so that a wagon can
pass through.
The wsather continues extremely
mild. Yesterday was olear, bright
and beautiful.
The country from Mud Bay towards
and including Clover Valley is fast
being settled up.
Mr. H. F. Keefer's store at Harrison River was burned en tho 4th inst.
Loss about 95,000.
The Rer. Mr. Smith's condition is
greatly improved and strong hopes of
his recovery are entertained.
There was no quorum at the city
chambers Monday night, and the
council adjourned till to-night
Water fowl are very plentiful just
now at Mud Bay, and hunters are
slaying them in large numbers.
We are told that Mr. Jno. Woodward is making a most excellent job
of the corduroy road at Mud Bay.
We havo received a report of the
social held at North Arm last Monday
night, but must lay it over till noxt
issue.
The case of Vedder vs. the Municipality of Chilliwhack ft to be argued
before the supreme court at Victoria
to-day.
Murrin's two logging camps at
Semiahmoo Bay are turning out large
quantities of logs every week, which
are towed to mills near Whatcom.
The Scott road is in very good condition now, considering the time of
year. Compared with other roade
between here and Whatcom it is excellent.
Ths postmaster took possession of
the new office last Saturday. The
new premises are an immense improvement on the old, and the publio fully
appreciate tho change.
Mr. Robert Hume, foreman of the
Guardian office, arrived home by the
steamer yesterday afternoon, from a sit
weeks' visit to San Francisco. He ap
pears none tbe worse for the trip.
Constable Burr returned from Langley last week, but without any further clue to tho disappearance of
Barber. Porsons who saw Barber
start say that his boat was very top
heavy.
Mr. Thos. Earle, of Lytton, and
Mr. Robt. Sproat and daughter cams
down on Monday night. Mr. Sproat
Is on a visit te England, and Mr.
Earle goes to San Franoisco fer the
winter.
A fine new sohool house is being
built alongside the corduroy road,
about midway across the Mud Bay
flats. It will accommodate children
from the settlements on both sides of
the flats.
The country on the Amorican side
is thickly settled right up to the
boundary line. The Bottlers, however,
are not as well fixed as those on this
side, especially in the matter of roads
and schools.
Lost Monday the locomotive from
Port Moody came up on her first trip
to Port Haney, Sho is now hauling
ties and rails over the road, and track-
laying above Port Haney will bo commenced at once..
The Mud Bay people complain that
their new school house will be too
small. It has seating capacity for
only 24 pupils, and there are 28 now
m attendance. The building should
have been ten feet longer.
Constable Sharpe brought two men
out from Port Moody last Monday
fer trial. The cost of bringing men
such a distance averages about 99.60
in each case, and it might be saved by
appointidg a stipendiary magistrate at
Port Moody.
The Viotoria Post has ordered its
funeral. The public sohool trustees
have demanded satisfaction on account
of a letter which appeared in the Pott
reflecting upon the management of the
school. The editor refuses to give the
correspondent's name, and the trustees
threaten libel.
Mr. Jne. Murray, of Spences
Bridge, has built a fine mansion in
anticipation ef the arrival of seme
friends from the east who will reside
with him. Ha hu also erected a
splendid hot-house which is provided
with ovory modern convenience. He
proposes to raise trees and shrubbery
enough to supply the whole province,
and may oven extend operations to
the other side of the mountains.
Niw Departure--A young offender, who has grown old in crime, was
flogged in jail the other day. If thia
mode of punishment vert adopted in
soms ether cases we believe the effect
wonld be very wholesome.
Odr Climate.— Capt. Peele reports
the temperature in thia city yesterday
as follows; Maximum, In tht shado,
51; minimum. 42. People who read
this item in Winnipeg will probably
wish thoy were somewhere else.
County Court.—The case of Jones
v, Roussau was concluded on Friday
and the judge reserved his decision.
Yesterday tht case of Hendry r.
Moodyville Sawmill Co., action to recover on a 9600 promissory note, was
settled by tht parties.
Strike Over.—We are glad to learn
that the coal striko at Nanaimo is virtually ended, nearly all tho mon having returned to work. We hopo both
the men and thoir employer will now
endeavor to get rid of the Chineso
nuisance with all possible haato,
 —+.——	
Canb Lost.—Mr. J. W. Robinson,
of Olympia, lost a cane ou the Port
Moody road on the Oth inst, It had
an ivory or bone handle, and was
prised by its owner chiefly bocause it
was a present from a friend. If the
person who found the cana will leave
it at this office, or with the captain of
the str. Eliza Anderson, it will bo forwarded to Mr. Robinson.
Regular Trips,— The <business to
New Westminster Iisb grown so that
the steamer Gipsy hss been rcj-ulnrly
and permanently placed upon the
route, making two trips a month, leaving here on the 1st and 16th. This is
as wo anticipated long ago, aud we
shall be disappointed if within a yoar
a bigger boat than the Gipsy is nnt
making semi-weokly trips on that
route, and doing well at that.— Seattle
Post.
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Saiffino Items.—Str. Yosemito and
Reliance left for Viotoria and Yalo
Saturday morning, Str. Irving arrived
from Yalo Saturday afternoon, Str.
Irving left for Yale on Sunday morning. - Str. Reliance arrived from Yale
at 9:30 Monday night. The str. Yosemite arrived from Victoria yesterday
afternoon at 1:40. The str. Irving arrived from Yalo at 3:25 yesterday afternoon, and tho str. Dunsmuir from Nanaimo at 4:20.
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Complimentary Dinner.—Ou Saturday evening the members of the
local bar entertained the Hon. Mr.
Justice McCreight at dinner at the
Colonial Hotel. The dinner was intended as a sort of welcome to his
lordship on taking up his residence
permanently in this city. We understand that his lordship exprestsod his
satisfaction at the arrangement by
which he has been assigned to this district, and that a very pleasant evening
was spent.
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Aquatic—Wm. Cotsford goes into
training in order to bo iu trim to give
Hanlan a rattle in the event of the
champion of tho world coming from
San Francisco to this city. Inquiry
will at onco bo made to ascertain what
Hanlan's movements on the Pacific
Coast will be and whether, in the
event of satisfactory inducements being ottered, he will afford Victoriuns a
chanco of witnessing hiB wonderful
aquatic prowess.—Ftc. Standaid,
Assize Court.—Tho court will open
this morning nt 10 o'clock. There are
0 criminal and 3 civil cases, as follows:
The case against Dr. Masters for malpractice; the Bailey murder case; Geo.
Thompson, for rape; Ah Fin, for stealing fish from Laidlaw's cannery; Ling,
for larceny at Wells' Landing; Holt,
for assault on a Chinaman at Maple
Ridge; the Perkins libel case; tho case
against Wadhams in connection with
laud tax Bale; and tho caso of Brock v.
Ray, arising out of a dispute about
hay.   Tho court will probably sit for
The Kootenay Country. — Judge
D. C. Lowis, who has been far up the
Columbia in the interests of the Kootenay Railway and Transportation Company, returned to Cheney lost week
after a summer's voyage in the Alpha,
sent up from New Tacoma last Bpring.
He penetrated the wilds of British
Columbia, walked over a thouaand
miles of country, as in selecting the
lands granted by the Dominion Parliament he was obliged to go back six
miles from the river,and returned laden
.with bushels of mineral specimens,
jars of soil, varieties of wood, etc,—
Tacoma News,
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Poiice Court.—Two Indians wero
brought up boforo the polico magistrate
on Monday morning for having liquor
iu their possession and fined each $26.
Yesterday inerning two men from Port
Moody, Dutta and Rogers, were
brought beforo Messrs. Bole, Ferris
and Pittendrigh, J. P.s, charged with
having liquor in an Indian house.
Dutta denied tho charge, but it was
proved by Constable Sharpe, who gave
the man a very bad character. Mr.
Moresby also pronounced him bad, as
it appeared that ho had been convicted
11 times already. He was fined 8300
and 6 mos. in gaol, with another 0
mos, in default of the fine. The polico
magistrate expressed regret that ho
could not ordor a flogging for him.
Rogers pleaded guilty and was' fined
960 or 2 mos. Two Indians from this
oity were charged with having liquor
in thoir possession and fined $25 each.
A warrant was issued for the person
whe supplied tho liquor, and ho will
come up this morning,
ltoyal €lly Planing Mills.
A URGE AND CROWING ESTABLISHMENT
Attention is called to the column
advertisement of the Royal City Planing Mills Co. This establishment was
erected in 1878, nud originally had a
capacity for about 7,000 feet of lumber
per day. * Since then it has been
steadily growing until it has become
one of the most extensivo manufacturing concerns on tho Pacific coast. The
mill in this city is about 200 feet loug.
The main building is 32 feet wide, with
additions which make the whole width
160 feet. The wharves have a frontage
of 300 feet, with a depth of about 160
feet. The power consists of two engines and boilers bf about 200 horso
Fioffor. The mill contains a pair of
arge circulars, a gang for resawing, an
edger, and 2 trimmers. Iu tlie.manufacturing department there are 8 circular saws, baud and jig saws, besides
4 planing machines of various kinds,
moulding machines, shaping machines,
morticing machine, tenant maohine,
sand-papering maohine, pan el-raising
machine, shingle maohine, turning
lathe, oto. Besides ordinary sawing
the establishment dooB all kinds of
turning, planing, moulding, sash and
door work, etc Fish cases are made a
specialty, and a special machine is used
fer that purpose. Tlm present capacity
of the establishment is abeut as follows: Lumber, 30.000 feet per day;
shingles, 30,100; laths, 10,000; fish
cases, 2,000; net floats, COO; sash and
doors, 100 eaoh per day. Pickets are
made as well as laths, and at about the
same rate per day. The company have
lately purchased the saw null at Nanaimo, and have it now in operation.
This mill is about 160x30 feet, and has
a capacity ot about 14,000 feot por day.
It ib being run under tho superintendence of Mr. A. Haslam, a member of
the firm. Should the demands of trade
justify, tho company intend next summer to build a new mill at Nanaimo.
The company havo an extensive logging camp on the North Arm of the
Frasor, of whioh Mr. Robt. Preston is
foreman. They are now building a
powerful tug which will be used in
towing for the two mills. A lumber
yard has beon opened at Port Moody,
and a shipment of 60,000 feet of lumber was sent round last Monday. The
following gentlemen constitute the R.
0. P. Co,: Jno. Hendry (manager and
treasurer), And. Haslam (secretary),
D. MoNair, R. B. Kelly, and And.
Lees. The company have shown great
energy and enterprise, and we hope
tliey will reap abundantly the reward
of their labors.
The 0- P. R. Canard.
NO DIFFICULTY ABOUT KICKING HORSE.
Toronto, Nov. 0.—General Manager
Van Home of the Canadian. Pacifio
Railroad who arrived here to-day says
thore has boen no suspension of work
on tho Rocky Mountain section except what has been absolutely necessary. Work could not be easily continued through the mountain in winter
owing to snow slides; but will be pushed in the spring and the whole line to
tho Pacifio coast will be finished in 1886
as bargained. If it was necessary to
push work through the Rocky Mountains during the winter they could do
so; but there was no hurry and there
had been no disagreement among the
engineers as to the practicability of
Kicking Horse Pass.
From Barkerville*
Barkerville, Nov. 9. — Mining
news unimportant The Barker claim
had to shut down as there was too
much water, but quit on good pay,
making about eighty ounces for the
lost weok. It -fill soon be at work
again. Last evening a thanksgiving
service was held at the English
church and a collection taken up for
the Royal Cariboo Hospital. About
fifteen inches of snow, but mild for
this time of the year.   .
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From Port Moody.
The road is extremely bad, and is
growing worse and worse. A number
of men aro at work getting out poles
for the tolephone line, nnd it is understood the wire will be put up without
delay, The new road, known as the
Clarke road, is nearly all chopped out.
Mr. Pogue has over 60 men at work
on this road and in clearing streets and
lots at tho town plot. There are quito
a number of new buildings going up.
Mr. Pogue is about to erect a livery
stable. Owners say they have raised
tlieir prices and that buyers will have
to advance to tho new price list.
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From Nanaimo*
{From the Free Press,]
Mr. E. B. McKay, on behalf of local
and English capitalists, ii making arrangements to put down a boro on
what is known as the Chemainus Indian Reservo, about 15 miles to the
south ef this city and situated on Oyster harbor and Chemainus Bay, The
company have secured the mineral
right by a Dominion Order in Council
paying tho Indians a royalty for any
coal they may mine. The Reserve is
ever 3000 acres in extent and is said to
presnt good indications ef coal. Hand
bores will be used as it is not anticipated thut it will bo necessary to go
to any great depth. In years gone by
several bores and shafts havo been
sunk but in every instance we believe,
the prospect holes were very shallow.
There' appears to be quite a coal boom
along this East Coast.—The Royal
City Planing Mill Company, of New
Westminster, having purchased the
Nanaimo Saw Mill and placed it in excellent order, is now turning out undressed lumber ef a very superior
quality and in large quantities. A few
days ago they cut out two immense
sticks of timber for the pit head frame
of the Esplanade Shaft. In a few days
they will have tho planing machinery
in order and will then turn out all
kinds of surfaced lumber. In the
meantime a stock of surfaced lumber,
window ssshss, doors, otc, made at
their New Westminster Mill is kept
constantly ou hand at the Nanaimo
Mill. The work is carried on under
the immediate superintendence of Mr.
Haslam. ono of the shareholders, and
a gentleman of great experience in the
sawmill business..—The boro sunk by
Mr. T. D, Jones for the Vancouver
Coal Company at the South Field Mine
struck coal on Friday and on Saturday
it was ascertained that the upper coal
was over seven feet thick then a small
parting and lower layer of coal over a
foot in thickness. This boro is 500
yards moro to the northward than the
main slope and further to the "dip"
than any of the present workings iu
the South Field Mine. This proves a
largo extent of tho Company's property
and indicates that the seam extends
quite a distance towards Nanaimo.
From Hope.
(Corrospontluncc of tlie Columbian*)
Hope, Nov. 12.— PersonB recently
in from thu back country report three
feot of snow on the mountains, thirty-
two milts from horo, nnd a foot twelve
or fourteen miles back.- Thoro nre
still one or two bands of cattle to come
in to the river for shipment, the drivers of which will have a hard time of
it. It won't bo quite so hard for the
stock, as the ground will bo in better
condition for travelling. During tho
season just closed the Nicola and Si-
milkameen trails have been got into
good condition und tho road is now
said to be iu a better state than it has
ever beon before. The work has boen
carried on under thu superintendence
of Mr. W, Sterrott, a party of about
half-a-dozen having boon continuously
employed from early in June until a
few days ago, Muoh excellent work
has been done. The road has been
graded and widened where necessary;
bridges havo been rebuilt aud dangerous sidings have been cut down and
broadened. At one particular point
the passage of man dr beast was a
work of real danger and many accidents occurred from timo to time.
This spot has now been made perfectly
sate and altogether cuttle-men and the
travelling public havo every reason to
be satisfied with the improvements
that have been carried out. The forest fires which wore bo general up and
down tho whole Pacific coast during
tho past season, left their mark on this
section. On the Nicola trail they
raged with great virulence Most of
the bridges which had just been rebuilt wero destroyed, and had to bo
onco moro replaced. Tlie road between this and Popcum is at tlie present mouient in Qourati iif rephh', under
the supervision of Mr. W. tirlitoo. nil
old-time resident on th^ river. The
bridges along the road were much in
need of repair, the temporary structures crossing tho forks of Silver
Oreek being positively dangerous.
These have now been attonded to, the
road has been widened in places, mud-
holes have been "corduroyed," nnd
the enoroaching brush has been driven
back to its normal limits. Mr. Bristoe
is now at work on a bridge across a
oreek about half a mile bolow Jones'
and it is hoped will have time to
finish it before the winter fairly sets
in. This is a nasty crossing at present, tho bottom being of the nature
of a quick-Band when thero is any water in the creek. The reconstruction
of the bridge across tho main branch
of Silver Oreek, along the line of the
telegraph, is a thing much to bo desired, and residents and travellers ox*
press tho hope that tho govornment
will ses fit to Bet apart next year a sum
sufficient for the carrying out of tho
work, the road now having to mako a
considerable detour. There are still
one or two pack-trains expected in from
the Similkameen country. They will
have a tough time of it, reaching the
river. The weather here is comparatively mild, and the rivor low. There
seems to be some uncertainty as to
whether tho winter mail service will
be carried on as usual this season, i. e.
by. means of sleighs. The general
opinion is that tho oars will not bo
able to run much before noxt spring.
Comimmimtiott*.
Tlie Scott Road.
Ej&tor Columbian. — Through the
Columbian I would ask the Victoria
Standard why ho did not publish my correspondence, with regard to the steep
hill on tho Scott wagon rood, verbatim aa
I wrote it. My object was to show the
Standard man that two of his pot administrations were chargeable with that terrible obstruction to the public convenience, through their neglect to enforce a
public contract. The present administration has scarcely had time to remedy
the ncgloct of former ones. If that hill
that cost me $8 a thousand to haul lumber three miles is not graded to a proper
standard next season I may then have a
little to say to the present admiustra-
tion. J. Kennedy.
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Rome, Nov. 9.—Religious services
in honor of Martin Luther wero held
to-day in tlio chapel of the embassy
and attended by a majority of German
reaideuts.
Paris, Nov. 9.—Tho Intransigent
reports that the Chinese chargo d'-
afiafrs had an interview with Morton,
American minister. The latter stated
that under instructions from Washington ho offered tho mediation of the
United States between Franco and
China; but tho oiler was declined by
Franco. Tho question between Prussia and the Vatican relative to ecclesiastical matters will soon be settled aud
amicable rotations between tho Vatican nnd Prussia will bo renewed within a month.
London, Nov. 9.—A large number
of bodies are still in the Lancashire
coal mino in which tho explosion took
place yesterday. Friends uf tho dead
crawd around tho mouth of tho pit.
Forty men woro killed and two or
three will die. Twenty-ono wero
wounded, many seriously. Tho causo
of the accident is somewhat uncertain;
but the most plausible theory is that
tho heavy pillars supporting the roof
of tho second story of tho balcony
sank into tho plank on whioh they
rested thus forcing tho wall outwards,
which in timo caused tho roof of tho
entiro wing to envo in. Thoso columns were mndo of largo pieces of
boiler iron rolled into circular form,
stove-pipe fashion, tho joints not
being bolted togothor.
Montreal, Nov. 9.—Tho Gazette
understands that a cliango has been
mado in the arrangements with the
Dominion government for tho guarantee of tho stock of tho Canadian
Pacific Railway Company. Only 865,-
000,000 of stock will bo guaranteed;
$55,000,000 now outstanding, nnd
810,000,000 in addition; §35,000,000
to bo lodged with tho government, nud
ns it iB withdrawn to bo placed upon
tho mnrkot. The company will do-
posit with the* govornment nn amount
sufficient to covor guarantee. The
amount immediately required to secure a ton year's guarantee ou 8(15,-
000,000 is nbout 810,000,000; of this
sum-§9,000,000 yostordny afternoon
was deposited by tho company to tho
credit of tho government with ngents
of the Bank of Montreal iu New
York.
Hongkong, Nov. 9.—Admiral Oour-
bet hns decided to postpone Iuh advance upon Backniuh whero tho
Chinese garrison nro preparing for a
desperate resistance, Ho proposes to
wait until the rico crop is gathered
uml tho roads still sodden from iiiim-
dutioiiB, havu become sufficiently html
for tho transport of heavy cannon
which ho intends to lino iu the Biuge.
The march will begin during tho first
weok in December when tho Chinese
govornmont will hnvo mndo up its
mind whether it will nssist the garrison nr leavo it to its fate.
Cairo, Nov. 10.—Thero is ronBon
to believo tho Egyptian government
is not disposed to admit DcLossops'
monopoly in construction of the Sue/,
cannt.
Berlin, Nov. 10,—Tho festival of
tho 400th anniversary of tho birthday
of Martin Luther opened this morning by a largo gathering of 80,000
school children, who iu 53 divisions
and accompanied by bands of music
marched to various churches nnd attended religious services in honor of
tho great reformer, whoso bust wns
placed -.before tho altar in onch cdilicu.
The Emperor nnd Orown Princo nnd
officials and clergy proceeded from the
town hnll to St, Nicholas church in u
great procession. Tho streets were
packed with peoplo. At Hamburg
the festival was celebrated by unveiling a colossal bust of the reformer and
a popular fete. In Berlin tho market
square was transformed into a grand
theatre for demonstrations,
Toronto, Nov. 12.—Hanlan starts
for San Franoisco in n few days,
where he gives an exhibition row on
Thanksgiving day. Ho may go to
Australia.
London, Nov. 12.—Earl Carnarvon,
speaking of his recent tour in Canada,
snid nobody could estimate how great
the future of Canada would be if the
Canadian people persevered with the
same judgment and moderation that
characterized thoir legislation.
St, l'KTKiiaiiuiui, Nov. 12,--Tho
Lutlmr anniversary is declared by tlio
press to bu nn occasion for rejoicing
by tho wholo civilized world.
Paius, Nov. 12.—Tho Temps aays
that n great suiiBation has beon caused
among the French colony in Egypt,
owing to Ohii.a having bought tlie
nruis and cannon which accumulated
during tin- military regime,
Viknna,' Nov. 12.—The Govornor
of Manchuria is ordered from Pekin
to hnve six thousand irregulars ready
to embark for Tonquin.
The New ttovcnioMjcneral.
OTTAWA'S WELCOME TO TNE MARQUIS OF
LANSDOWNE.
Ottawa, Oot. 25.— This afternoon
Mayor St. Joan and members of tho
city council, principal civic officials,
nnd mumbors of tho prosB, proceeded
to Ridenu Hnll to present nn uddrcss
of wolcomo to tho now Oovornor-
Gouonil. Tho deputation wero received by HiB Excoileney tho Governor nnd staff, Lady Lansdowne, Lady
Molgund, nnd Lady Florence Anson
being nlso present, Mayor St. Jean
road tho following nddresB*—
To His Excellency the Most Honorable
the Marqutt of Lansdowne, Governor-General of Canada, etc, etc.:
May it Please Your Excellency:
In the unmo of tho citizens of the
Capital, upon the assumption of the
important duties of your high office us
Her Majesty's roproBontntivc, nt tho
curliest opportunity, tho corporation
of tho city of Ottawa hasten to offer
you n wnrm nnd hearty welcome.
Your Excellency's administration opens
under favorablo and happy nuspices,
at a timo when tho country is peaceful nnd prosperous, trade, agriculture
and commerce flourishing, and its
people contented, not only with tho
evidoncos of progress and national
.development which aro apparent
throughout the length nnd brendth of
tho Innd, but nlso with the free nnd
progressive institutions under which
thoy livo nnd the existing prestige and
stability imparted to such institutions
by Canada's auspicious connection with
the Mother Land. The council begs
to nssure Your Excellency of their un-
changing loynlty to the person nnd
government of Her Most Gracious
MajoBty and their respect for yourself
as tho representative of thoir beloved
Queen, ns a member of an ancient
nnd noble houso, whose representatives have been distinguished for thoir
nbility and patriotism, nnd ns a statesman who has already mnde his mark
in the Imperial Councils of the realm.
Tho pooplo of Canada havo everything
to hope from Your Excellency's administration. The council, .therefore,
feels confident thnt the popular anticipation respecting tho future of your
official career will bo fully realized,
and that your ability, judgment, and
discretion shall amply justify the wisdom of the selection mado by Her
Majesty's government. Tho council
nlso tenders un earnest nnd cordial
welcome to Your Excellency's amiable
wife, tho Marchioness of Lnnsdowne,
and the other members of your family. Sincerely trusting that thoy and
Your Excellency may meet with no
disappointment but that of an agreeable nature in your future intercourse
with tho peoplo of Canada, and always bo able to f eol at home nnd happy at tlie seat of government. (Signed)
P. St. Jean, M. D., Mayor.
his excellency's reply.
His Excellency made the following
reply to tho Mayor and Corporation of
the city of Ottawa:—
Gentlemen,—I beg to thank you
for tho manner in which you havo been
good enough to welcome my accession
to the high office which it has pleased
Her Majesty to commit to my chargo.
To represent the sovereign of theso
realms in so magnificent a portion of
hor empire is n distinction which mny
well bo coveted by nny of her Biibjocts,
nnd upon which I enn readily understand that you should offer me your
congratulations; and, sir, ns you have
pointed out in your address, it iB my
good fortune to assume the duties of
Governor-General at n moment when,
in point of the material prosperity und
of tho moral contentment exhibited by
the people of this country, ns well ns
iu regard to tho brilliant prospect offered liy her future, tho position of tho
Dominion of Canada never was more
Batisfaotory or bettor assured. Mr,
Mayor, yon are, I believe, justified iu
attributing these happy resultsVi the
wisely-frnmed political institutions
which, without iu nny degreo weakening the alliance of tlie Mothor Country
und tho Colony, hnvo afforded the
freest scope for those qualities of
natural entcrpri.se nnd self-reliance for
which the peoplo of Canada havo beon
conspicuous. You lmvo found, sir,
in tho appointment of n new Governor-
General an opportunity of renewing
the expression nf your loyalty nud attachment to the gracious Sovereign
under whoso rulo the consolidation of
tho Dominion has been effected with
Slioh admirable results both to its political uud its material development.
Of that appointment, gentlemen, you
have availed yourselves iu spite of the
fact that at the present time your
thoughts must be occupied with the
great loss which you have sustained in
the retirement of my predecessor,
whoso unremitting attention to your
interests and whose careful study of
the atl'airsof tliu Dominion havu earned
f« it him s« i large a share pf your respect
and affection. Of myself, sir, you have
spoken in tenns far too generous and
indulgent. The warmth of your reception, tho uumorous manifestations
of hospitality whieh woro exhibited on
our arrival on Monday, and nll nlong
our routo through the broad streets of
your town, through your spacious suburbs, nnd pant the stately buildings of
your Legislature, hnvo touched us
deeply. Thoy nre n convincing proof
thut the citizens of the national Capital
aro ready to give nio credit for a sin-
core desire to devote my best energies
to their service, and tlint thuy will extend their confidence to me until 1
havu shown mysolf to bo unworthy of
it. One word more. I nm reminded
y the concluding passage of your nd-
dross that this compliment hns boon
paid tu mc by n budy in whoso members I recognize not only tho municipal
rcpivsuntativeB nf tho Capital, but the
neighbors who will during tho next
few years of my lifo surround mo in
my Canadian home. Let me express
the pleasure with which, at a moment
when 1 hnve hnd to sover many cherished associations in my own country,
I havo hoard from the lips of tho Chief
Mngistmtu of Ottawa tho expression of
n desire that not only tho Governor-
Goiierai, but Lady Lansdowno nnd our
family, may feel—I will uso your own
words, for I can find none nearly so
appropriate—at home nnd happy in
your midst.   (Signed)   Lansdowne.
Langley Council.
Council met at tho usual place on Saturday, Nor. -I, at 1 p. m. Present—
Reeve, and Councillors Houston, Mc*
Adams, Quest and Underwood. Tenders
for contracts were opened and awarded
ns follows :--No. 16, H, Tltmus, §70;
No. 18, N, Larmon. 912; No. 10, J.Gray,
W; No. lit), A. Campbell, 830; No. 21,
W. Davcy, $45.50. Tho Clerk was instructed to apply to govornmont for 8700
on account of A, Innes' contract, trunk
road, Tho following accouuts woro ordered paid: Trunk rood account, $!!'!».-
201; T. lilnck, 800; K Mc Adams, W2;
J. Gray, ?-J«; und J. Murchison, 8208.
Council than adjourned until first Saturday in Dccembor.
-—  -*> —
Had Diiainaoe. — There is nothing
more productive of disoaso in u neighborhood thnn bad drainage. Open tho culverts nud sluiceways nud purify tho locality. Tho obstructions iu tlio human
system mny bo romediod hi a similnr
manner by Burdock Btood Hitters, which
opens all tho outlets of disease through
thu Dowels, Livor, and Kidneys,
The Fhench Deficit.— Ono cause
of the French deficit is tho onormous
military oxpenso duo to tho new operations of tho govornmont. The supplementary budget presented to the
French Chamber embracod tho following items:—110,000,000 francs for
fortifications and war material; 11,-
000,000 francs for construction of iron-
clads; 140,000,000 francs for dockyard nud canals] 3,000,000 francs for
underground telegraphs; 30,000,000
francs to cover deficit in the year 1883;
thus entailing a new issue of £12,000,-
000 three per cents early in 1884.
A Query Akswerkd.—Poople often
ask when is tho best timo to take a blood
purifier? We answer, tho bost time is
now. Burdock Blood Bitters does its
work of purifying, regulating, and toning
the systum nt all times and all seasons.
Purity iu all things is always in order
when required,
Little's CISAL
Frio. Reduced to S1.2S per gallon.
Twenty gallons of Fluid mixed with
sold water will make 1200 gallons Dip.
Is superior to all Dips anil Drawings
for Scab in Sheep.
Is certain In effect.
I« easily mixed, and Is applied in a
cold Hate.
It improves the character ol the
Wool, and promotes its growth.
Is of great healing qualities in cases
of sores and bruises.
Is a protection against blOW-fly in
bucka.
Is death to maggots, lice, ants, and
nil vermin.
Apply to KAIKNHR, BELL k CO.,
il-iiin] San Franoisco, Cal.
BRITI8H    COLUMBIA
MERCHANTS'LINE
THE    POWERFUL,    PAST   AND
commodious Steamship
"SARDONYX"
Will      sail     from     San    Franoisco
for Viotoria,   Now   Westminster and
Naimnno on WEDNESDAY, NOVUM.
HER 7th.
For freight or passage apply to
EWEN k CO.,
New Westminster,
Or HENRY LUND k CO.,
spJEld San Francisco,
-FOR—
ADVICE TO HOT 11 fit*.
Are you disturbed at night nnd broken
of your rost by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting tcotlt T If
so, sund at onco nnd get a bottlu of Mils.
Winslow's Soothing Syiiup fob Child,
ken Teetiiino, Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor littlo sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
thore is no mistake about it, It cures
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, euros wind colic,
softens the gums, reduces inflammation,
and gives tone and energy to tho whole
system, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrdp fou Children Teetiiino is pleasant to the taste, nnd is the prescription
of one of the oldest and bost female physicians aud nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 45 cents a bottle,
(apicotly)
The Great English Temperance
Drinks,—Montserrat Lima Juice Cordials, mado from the pure juice of the
lime fruit on tho Company's plantations
in the island of Montserrat (West Indies), combined with Limetta, Raspberry,
Pineapple, Aromatics or Sarsnparilla.
Mixed with soda or plain water, thoso
aro tho most refreshing aud healthful
drinks known. Warranted absolutely
froo from alcohol. $$.50 por caso of
twelve bottles.      E. Brown k Co.,
noSml New Westminster.
A Wrong Opinion.—Many a dollar is
paid for prescriptions for some disease
that nevor troubled the patient, and
when the sole difficulty was worms,
which a few of Freeman's Worm Powders would remove. These Powders are
pleasant, safe, and sure, contain their
own carthartic, and are adapted for children and adults.
A Wonderful Result,—A single bot*
tie of Dr, Low's Pleasant Worm Syrup
has frequently destroyed from 100 to 200
worms. It is pleasant to tako—no other
carthartic boing required. Tape worms
have also been removed by it, of 15 to 35
loot in length. It is effectual for all va
rieties of worms, afflicting both children
and adults.
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain moro real and direct nourishment thau 200 lbs. of Lie-
big's or any similnr extract of beef. Tho
Britisli Government analyst has pronounced it the most perfect food he ovor
examined. For sale by D. S. Curtis k
Co. jy4-3m.
A Gool Introduction,—J, Kennedy,
a merchant in Dixie, about three years
ago introduced Hngyard's Pectoral Balsam to Ins customers by trying it in his
own family for Coughs and Colds. Being
plensed with results, largo salos followed
and it is now the favorite remedy in that
neighborhood.
For all troubles of the Throat, uso
Allen's Lung Balsam. Soe adv, in another column.
The time for receiving tenders for improvements on Holbrook s stone building
tins been extended to tho 16th inst., at 6
p.m.—Woods & Turner.      (nolOtd)
For diseases leading to Consumption,
e Allen's Lung Balsam.   Seo adv. in
another column.
Ladicj-.' trimmed and un-trimmed Hats
and l.otuieto, nt cost for cash, at James
ElUnUCb.'s.
Cleared Lot on John Street, Port
Moody, for sale. —Apply to Woods k
Turner, noIOtc
For bargains i» dry goods, millinery
and clothing, go to Jas. Ellard k Co's.
Soe adv. *
Dress Goods in all the latest styles,
cheap for rash, at James Ellard it Co.'s"
NOT_K>E.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
uo bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will bo paid unless supplied by an order from the Mayor
or some member of tbo Council.
By Ordor.
JAMES ORR, C.M.C.
New Westminster, July 17, 1383.  [13-tc
Change of Business.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Quong Fook Chang, doing busine s
on Front Btreot, New Westminster, has
sold out his entire business to the Wo
Ah Tu Company, and will -shortly leave
for China, All claims against the said
Quong Fook Chang must bo presented
within one month from date, ns the Wo
Al) Tu Co. will uot be responsible for
them. WO AH TU CO.
Dated 9th Nov., 1883. nolO-lm
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
New Through Route Between Portland and New Westminster.
THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co. will dispatch ths
steamer Gipsy from New Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for New West-
mister direct about the 12th of eaoh
month.
Through rates from Portland, flour
aud feed, SO per ton of 2,000. lbs.j merchandise, $S per ton of 2,000 lbs,
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Trafflo.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffic.
jy4-tcj C. E.-CLANCY, Agent.
Tho passenger steamer
"ELIZA ANDERSON*
Will leave New Westminster for Seattle
and Port Townsend
EVERY WEDNESDAY,
At 0 a. m.,  carrying passengers aud
freight. For particulars npply ou board,
no3-td.
Ii.ii iBf-at-isi ftprtmu m
TIIE WAT IT WILL AFFECT YOU.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretions and purifitt the
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
tho liver to its proper action, and Imparts
strength to the wholo system. Such is
the immediate and satisfactory effect that if is warranted to break up the
most distressing cough in a few hours'
time, if uot of too long standing. /(is
warranted to give entire satisfaction,
even in the most confirmed cases of Con-
sumption! It is warranted not to produce
costivencss {which is the case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. It is warranted to be perfectly AnrmfciMtothemost
delicate child, although it is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system, There it no real necessity for te
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Lung Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, nud who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, wo would recommend to give Allen's Lung Balsam a trial, Sold by all
Druggists. joSO-lm.
XOTDJBUC
To DnaAiaa, CoaiFUnm and Al
which Hagvard*, Yauow Oil ia suaiUH
teed to cut* or rollers either la HAN or
Bbast.
Twwi-miwuvm
CBOUP, I COUGBS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, ke.
■»uio imnuuT PH
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
BALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTBAC1IOXS
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPHAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROST BIS—t,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAtNINBACK,
PAIN In SIDE, .W,
Every bottle guaranteed to give utitfao.
tba or money refunded.
Binitim-im iuh Bonn. n»iM&
I.KttBUBJTfc CO.,Proprl»toTi
TORONTO, OUT.
Foil Moody!
FORSALE!
Fronting on tho best portion of the harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.
Valu.a"ble Land.
Ou tho harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes.     Special
advantages given.
By the acre, in favorable positions, close
to the terminus.
AI.BO
Town lots and land in the City and District of Now Westminster.
Intending- Inventors)
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia, St., Now Wtstmittster, B. C.
no7] P, O. Box 39. tc.
Fort Hammond Junction I
» u ugiub f.osejvcu nun.
en of Ike C. T. H. Cbbouu t,_t u s*
bf yoBd thia Towulte will MU Ikon In
Fa.atnienorFnlikt, Wtof across—
4>tloa will M mulct** Min ltd mt
or lhe year. ■
oo"to JNO. UMNO,
Port Hammond Junction I
ltJO ACtTIOS SHE or latts ta Halt
Towualiip will take place before May,
ISM. flnrlDf lielxltrln rjcraoiadMlr.
one of malil m pirekiuca ean obtain aU
Information finer of-lr. Edward Mo.
kail, at the Towaslle, or or
'. P. DAVIE8 k CO.,
W. H. FALDING,
ACCOUNTANT,
.Real Estate
—-AND—
COMMISSION AGENT.
OFFICE:-Temporarily at W.  H,
Keary's. oct27-to.
MISS   ALPORT
 WILL OPEN A——
Private Day School
At her Residence,
Cor. Agnes and Elliott streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
THUR8DAY, NOVEMBER I, 1883
Particulars and terms can be obtained
on application aa above. oc6mS
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAB JUST RECEIVED THE LARO-
eat aaaortment of Clocks ever held
on the Mainland of British Columbia.
Nickel Clocks, at J2.26 (warranted),
Both   TnomsV   Nickel Alarm  at
88.25.
All kinds of Mantel ud once
Clocki.
Waltham Watches, coin silver cases,
from #15 upwards.
A fine aaaortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Sllror Plate Ware ud Optical
Goods.
Couwbu Stekii,
ailSt New Weatminator, B.O.
.l.
0FF0SITI FI0NHB WHAM,
FRONT STREET,
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
IttFOIVntB AXD HEALIR lit
Dry floods, Clotbln*-,
Hals snd Milliner*-,
Fanes' Ooods, Jewelry.
Boots and Hhoes,
("rookery, Cntlery,
cigars and Tobaccos,
Frails and Confectionery.
Stook large and well selected. AU
Ooods flrat-claaa, and will be sold at
vory low prleea for cash.
mhl4 M;KCK8T*Sm.
WHO IS_flif
CALL AND   SEE.
—IF YOU WANT	
Qhotguns, Rifles, Revolvers, go to
LJave a day'a sport by calling at
IAf hen you want Powder k Shot, go to
Eye, Spectacle, Opera and Field Glasses that'you ean see through, at
Briar, Meorcshanm and Fancy Pipes,
goto ^^^
Brass, Paper, Cartridges and reloading
Tools, go to    ,^^^
I   Cards, Dice, Cheques, and Billiard
Accoutrements, get at
Qolssiora, Pocket Knives Raton, at
Samples of  Cigars, Cigarrettes aad
Tobacco} use   ^^^^^
Tobacco Pouches, Punas and Hatch
Safes, at
Oils for Machines, Needles and Attachments aro at
Reds, Fish Books, Files and Lines an
to be had at
-W^-tB-B-ta-aeaB.
Elsewhere what you cannot get, you
willflndnt
—~7MBiMm_ar»-w_§
Columbia St., Now Westminstor, B, 0.
(oo27to) NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
"I can't sloop," he answered, rather
peevishly, pausing with a spoonful of
telly to his lips. "Don't talk bo silly,
Misa Noll."
"Miss Nell" wab tho namo he always
Luoyl where are you, Lucy ?"
She had been laying aside her cloak
and bonnet, and came forward now,
looking   wonderfully  pretty  jn  her
gray merino dreaa and neat falling col-
"What is it, my darling?"
"What's that place?" aaid Hennie,
trying to raise himself still higher iu
bed, "all green, with a lot of trees?"
"That ib the orchard, Hennie, full
of apple aud pear and chorry trees."
"I like it!" exclaimed the child;
"iOek, Lucy, thore ia a cow, a real live
cow walking about in it. What a funny garden, though, Miaa Nell."
"It looks very dreary now, Hennie,
but it is beautiful in suuimor-timo—"
"But it is like a field, all grnaa, nnd
nothing but a great black tree in it,
and a lot of busies going all round it
—haven't you any flowers,1"
"Very few now; but you can't aee
tha flower-garden from thia window
because of the shrubberies; it is audi
ft pretty, quiet little place, shut in by
ft green gate, and leading to the kitchen garden; it has an arbor, and a
fountain, and a rose-tree walk, and
beds full of lilies and carnations; you
shall go and sit thore when the warm
weather cornea again,"
"But, Mies Nell "
"Now, Hennie, I am not going to
answer any more questions just now,
io lie atill like a good boy, while I
talk to Lucy."
My decided tone seemed to have
some influence, for he offered no opposition, only continuing his questions
in a low tone to himself.
"Well, Luoy," I said, drawing hor
smilingly into a distant window-seat,
and placing myself at her side, "how
do you like Sunnysidol do you think
you can be happy here?"
She lifted up her face with a mute,
wistful expression.
"Well, dear, I do not mean exactly
happy, that would be expecting too
much in your unsettled state; but
peaceful, Lucy, nnd tranquil in your
new home."
She laid her clasped hands on my
lap, Buch delicate little hands, and
looked up at nio with the troubled
earnestnoss of a child.
"Miss Mortimer, do you believe in
presentiments?"
"Presentiments!" I replied, astonished, somewhat awed.
"Yes, preseutiments; something
stirring vaguely in the heart, and
whispering of hope aud untold blessings—blessings even for mo and my
boy. Do you believe in these, Miss
Mortimor?"
"Yea, surely, Lucy. Have you
really felt auch n presentiment aa you
describe?"
"I have—I have. Oh, Miss Mortimer, I hnve!—standing on your
threshold, I felt the unseen lifting of
my burden; felt hope stirring into
life again, and knew my husband wns
not dead. No, he is not dead—- something that never lies has told it to my
heart; I will despair no moro. One
slay I shall have glad tidings from a
distant land that bids me go to him,
er he will come to seek hia poor widowed girl; whichever it be, I know—
I am sure—I shall see his lost facs
again;" and Luoy bowed her fnce upon
her hands and wept.
I drew the gentle head down till it
rested on my shoulder.
"If I weep, Miss Mortimer, it is
with joy. I cannot tell you how I
felt an hour ago, when you greetod
the sorrowful stranger like a sister,
and made her share in your happy
home. It was as if after n long disastrous voyage we had drifted into
some fair haven, nover to battle again
with the rough hard world; never to
be hungry, or weary, or friendless, or
to see my darling wasting and pining
with neglect, but to rest forever and
be hopeful and thankful in this dear
place.
Here Hennie, peeping over the aide
of his cot with hot wistful eyes, broke
off our conversation, and as I rose to
speak to him, we heard feet scudding
along the pasange, and a whispered
pause at the nursery door.
"The boys! the boys!" cried Hennie, sitting bolt upright and clapping
his wasted bauds; "the boys; oh, let
them in, Miss Nell, please."
HU excitement wns so great, it would
have been cruel to deny him, ao I set
open the door, and with n whispered
caution, let them in.
All three advanced, treading on tiptoe, and holding their breath. I had
prepared them as well aa I could for
the stunted, afflicted little creature
they were to see; but an instant's
glance at the disturbed and agitated
group showd me the useleianess of my
efforts. Btrugle as they might, their
self-possession wna quite overthrown
by the sight of the weird, ghastly
little face, propped up on its bony
hands, and peering at them with bright
specks of eyes. Poor boyB, how "
pitied them!
Seymour, generally so calm and
quiet, was shifting his place uneasily,
and looking everywhere and any whero
except at the strange object before
him. Halcot having picked out a
likely place in the ceiling, gazed at it
in serene abstraction, while Charlie,
with an ominous puckering of tho
mouth, took refuge behind my skirts.
Poor Hennie looked from ono to another more puzzled than pleased. j
"Well, my child," I aaid, coming
cheerfully to the resoue, and giving
Seymour a furtive little push, "these
two are the young brothers I talked
to you about, Halcot and Charlie, and
this is their school-fellow, Seymour
Egerton; come, you must all be good
friends together."
"Hum!" says Hennie.
Here Seymour, recalled to a sense
•f duty by my premonitory nudge,
gathered up his courage, and, with
manifest effort, said—
"How do you do?   Are youbettor?"
"Pretty well," replied Honnie,
coldly, but politely. "What's that
boy looking at?"
Halcot, bringing down his eyo from
the ceiling, and becoming as red as a
young turkey-cock, was hoard to mutter "flies,11—a fiction invented for the
e-tcasion.
"Flies!" exclaimed Bonnie, throwing himself back upon his pillow with
his weak gasping laugh. "Oh, those
•illy flies, how I always laugh at
them."
"Why?" asked Halcot, still looking
over Hennie's head more in dismay
than evor.
"They are so funny," remarked
Hennie, speaking so shrilly that his
words came out in little iqueaks,
"they look so very funny, walking on
tlw ctiilngi with their h-tadi down}
they don't like it, you know; it makes
them giddy, and then they fall backwards in your tea, and stick up their
legs in the air," and here Hennie,
again overcome, renewed his unpleas-
ing laugh.
None of tho boys saw the joke in
the least, but it seemed to refresh
Honnie, for he sat up, chuckling still,
and demanding to shake hands.
"I have a little hand," remarked the
sick ohild, "and I like to feel big
strong ones like yours. Won't that
pretty boy with the curly head oome
and apeak to mo too?"
I led Charlie, still reluctant, and
looking as if he were going to cry.
"He is very pretty," said Hennie.
"He is liko the little Samuel in Lucy's
book;—oh, what nice soft hair,"—and
here he broke off with a little seb that
brought Lucy from the other end of
the room.
"What ails my pet? what is it,
dear?"
"Why haven't I got pretty curling
hair like that," cried the child, "and
warm strong hands? I should like to
be like that little boy, Lucy, to have
great laughing eyes, and rosy fat
cheeks like his."
"My boy, my baby, my precious
one, don't talk like that; it breaks
Lucy's heart, and you would not make
her more sorry nnd sad than she is
now, dear; do I not think you pretty,
my own "
"Yes, you do; but look at those
boys with their Arm straight legs, and
look at mine." And here to my great
dismay, and the boys' horror, Hennie
throw back the bed clothes and displayed his shrunken, crippled limbs.
Poor Lucy burat into tears.
"Oome, Hennie, don't be so
naughty—cover them up,"
"Ain't they funny legs?—they all
go the wrong way, and won't walk a
bit; thoy might be sticks for the good
they are. What are you crying for,
Miss Nell?"
I was not crying, but tho tears stood
in my oyea.
"There, I have made you all sorry;
how these boys stare, to be sure;—
come and kiss me, Lucy; we can't
help my legs, can we? nnd we shall
have the whito wings some day; and
perhaps Peter and John may come
down this way presently."
"Do you mean the Apostles?" demanded Seymour, speaking up boldly
aa befitted the future clergyman.
"The which, sir?" asked Hennie.
"The Apostles—the St. Peter and
St. John in the Bible?"
"I mean the men who walked about
with no stockings, and long frocks,
and a great rainbow round their hoada,
and told tho man at tho Gate Beautiful, which was all gold, every bit of
it, to get up and walk, and in n minute ho walked and ran about. Well,
they are angela now," finished Honnie, "and I thought they might perhaps come and toll tno to do the samo,
and one day I should got up 'leaping,
nud walking, and praising God.'"
To see tho littlo creature fold his
hands upon hie face na he said this;
to see him turn and clasp hia mother's
nock, and tell her not to cry; to see
the quaint bright expression coming
back with the utterance of the childish --faith;—to see all thia would be to
draw tho tears from anybody's eyes,
however hard and stern they might be.
The boys forgot their repulsion, nnd
drew noar him in unfeigned sympathy,
and before many minutes had passed
Honnie was asking Dr. Morton's
young monitor whether he liked dolls,
nud Halcot waa in fits of laughter.
"Or if not dolls," remarked Hennie
sweetly, "soldiers; I have a box of
grenadiers, and we will play at thom
together."
Seymour good-humoredly complying,
the box was brought, and at the same
moment came a low tap at the nursery
deor.
"It is only I," said Bruco, putting
in Mb head.
"Oh, come in, air," cried Hennie,
"we aro only going to play soldiers."
"Oh, that's tho little chap, is it?"
said Bruce, putting his hands in his
pockets and trying not to whistlo:
"how do you do, littlo fwhat's-your-
name?"
"Hennie, sir; how do you do?" extending a Hmp hand carelessly; "I'm
playing—don't interrupt."
"Aro you?" returned Bruce, staring;
then in a low voice, "well, of all the
precocious little beggars!"
"Hush, dear, hush; this is Mra,
Graham, Hennie's mother."
Bruce did not whistle now, but only
drew a long breath indicative of great
aurpriae, and stared again with all his
eyea at the pretty face before him,
looking first at her and then at Hennie in unmitigated astonishment. I
tried to say a word and make him
speak, but he only looked the harder
at the unconscious Lucy, aiid twirled
his mustache; and I was just beginning to feel uncomfortable, only hoping
that Lucy did not notico it, when the
chiming of the church clock called
mo to tho tea-table, and I summoned
Bruce to attend me.
"Oh, what do you say? tea-time, all
right; I'll come. Good-bye for the
present, Hennie, and—ahem--Mra,
Graham."
I hurried off to the dining-room;
Bruco followed me.
"You sly old Nell, where did you
pick up that confoundedly pretty little
widow? By Jovo, what hair and what
complexion!"
"Sho is not a widow, Bruco; and
how could you be ao rude and unkind
as to stare at the poor thing so? I
was quite ashamed of you, and afraid
lest she should notice it."
Bruce laughed that saucy laugh of
his.
"You unreasonable woman. Whatl
bring a pretty faco into the house, and
expeot me uot to look at it; what do
you tako me for? Don't you know
your brother's weakness bettor by this
time? stare at her, indeed! Where's
her husband if she is not a widow,
Nell?"
"I told you before; I gave you her
whole history. It is unkind to go on
like this, when you know it teases mo;
it ia not right, Bruce."
Ho turned off my reproachful speech,
in his lazy, good-humored way.
"Not a widowl well, she's next to
ono; that peer wretch will never turn
up ngnin. Aud what a comical little
chap thnt boy of hers is, a miniature
death on a mopatick; jolly little fellow,
though, I expect; but what a contrast
to hor. Why, I have not seen auoh a
face for years."
"Oh, Bruce, Bruce, what is her
face to you? Remember her position
and yours; don't mnke me repent of
bringing het here, fm* ymi will if you
go on liko this." But Urucodidnot
abate ono inch of his provoking he-
haivor.
"That's your own look out, if you
bring a protty girl into tho house—
for alio is a pretty girl, widow or no
widow, though I should profer the
former—you must abide by the results,
for I Bhould Jpok at her often enough,
you may depend on it."
(TolwOontlnasd.)
TD I DO
I II ill I
COLUMBIA STREET,
Having just received 35 cases
of
KTES-VfT
GOODS
Per "G. W. ELDER,"  we re-
spectfully solicit the public
to give us a call.
We have just opened a fine assortment of
FANCY & STAPLE
DRY GOODS
ULSTERS,
Jackets&Dolmans
 AND	
WOOLEN  GOODS!
(Suitable for Winter Wear),
Blankets, Quilts,
&c,    &c,    &c,
Fane? Ooods and Crewel
Done on the Premises.
-and—
KYLE
WhotaleGrocers
LIQUOR DEALERS,
— AND	
FRONT STRKET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
-—Agents for the—*
LiTepol-fcLondon&Eflobe
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
—And Iho -
7U.1W LiTS AHS ACCIDENT
INSURANCE CO.
 jy28-ta.	
J. A, R,
 IMPORTER,	
SHIPPING k COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
FRONT ST., • NEW WESTMINSTER,
Offeis (or salt
FLOUR!
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS,
MMM.MJM.mSm
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OATMEAL.
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS,  BACON,   LARD,  BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES. .
Agent for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
aul-tc.
FARMERS & OTHERS
Should not fail to call st tht
PACIFIO
WORKS
At Ewsn k Co.'s Cannery,
GOLUMIIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
CLOTHING
DEPARTMENT.
We have on hand a splendid
line of ready-made Clothing, and
having a good supply of Diagonals, Broadcloths, Beavers, Tweeds,
&c, we are prepared to manufacture suits at the
LOWEST PRICE,
IN BEST STYLE,
AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
Gents'Furnishing Goods,
&c, &c, Sec
We also keep
Hardware,
Paints and Oils,
Wall Paper,
Lamps and
Lamp Glasses,
Doors and Windows.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS
OF JUGS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, tC, AND FILLED AT  LOW RATES.
tar Call and Inspect onr Work.ta
Direct Importation
ODDUs-M
« WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.»
l. u 1 iu vi n
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
ents of New Wcatminater and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Salt Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Oilby'a,  London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOXiTT3C3XJrV.   STHB31T,
New Westminster,  B. 0,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Notice to Bridge Builders,
SEALED TENDERS, PKOPBRLY
endorsed, will be received Ity tho
Honourable the Chief Commissioner oi
Lands nnd Works, np to noon of Thursday, loth November next, for the construction of a Bridge to be erected across
the Thompson River, near Savona'B
Ferry.
Plans and specifications can bo seen,
and blank forms of tender aud agreement to execute a bond can be obtained,
at the Lands and Works Ofiiee, Victoria,
or at the residence of John Jane, Esq.,
Savona's Ferry.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
W. S. GORE, Surveyor-Gcii'l.
Lands and Works Department.
Viotoria, B. 0., October 24th, 1883.
oct27-td.
Public Highway.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN THAT
the public highway established by
Gazette Notice, dated lst Novomber,
187it, is hereby varied and altered as
follows, viz.;—
Commencing at a point on the p cut
road 3J chains west of the creek whioh
flows into Fraser River through the S.
W. i of Section 35, TowiiBhip No. 11;
thence in a southeasterly direction, 7
chains, to tho east bank of the creek;
thence in a northeasterly direction, .'IJ
chains, to tho present road, and having
a width of 33 feet.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner*of L, k W.
Lands and Works Department,
Victorin, B. C., Octobor 11th, 1883.
oct27-lm
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
COME AND SEE
THE PHOPRIETOR, JAMES TURN-
BULL, having again taken ponKCssIon
of tho TRUl'EBA!*. »E HOUSE fronting on
Culiimhln und Church Streets, oppoHlte
Episcopal Church, Oity of Now Westminster, li. C, and now known as the
'FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will nccotnmodnte nll his old friends and
tho public generally who favor him with
a call, nt old prlcoH. Board per day, 81.00;
Board nor week, 85.00; Single Mealfl, 25
cents; Beds, 85cents. UWGootlaccommodation for Ladies nnd Families.    nuHttc
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
HOST FASHIONABLE IS THK OITY-
Opposito tho Bank, Columbia atreet,
Now Westminster, B. 0.      [my26-to.
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I intend to make application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase 1440
acres of grazing lands situated in Osoyoos Division of Yule District and de*
scribed as follows:—
Commencing at n post marked L, at
the N. E. corner of Section 14, Township 20, thence North 240 chains to post
marked IL, thence East 60 chains to post
marked III., thence South 240 chains to
post marked IV., thence West to point
of commencement.
R. S. HANNA.
Okanagan Mission,
Sept. 26, 1863. ocl7tc
NEW    SCHEDULE
^TAGrES
WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Facie Railway
CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES,
HEAVY WAGGONS,
PLOWS,
HARROWS,
,—AHD OTHER	
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
Bmi*tS XIIOIIIEB Willi NEAT.
KK8» Md DismcH.
ORDERS   FROM   THE COUNTRY
C1REVUI.LV ATTKNDKD TO.
SPECIAL NOTICE
Wc have just received a splendid assortment of English
BREECH-LOADING SHOT
GUNS, from $30 up. Call and
see them.     • w*>
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS OH HAND.
Having had many years' siperienee in
ths business, w« *s«l confidant of giving
general satisfaction, snd would therefore
with confidence solicit . share of your
patronage. tn*Khjil
JOHNSTON l> SMITH.
Information, Employment
 AND-
HOMES for EMIGRANTS.
The Government of   British Columbia
lias established an
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all persona wishing to obtain authentic information about tho country
arc advised to apply, oithcr personally or
by letter, to the Agont,
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country nnd its resources will bo
supplied freo of chargo ou application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of tho
Province, nro invited to placo themselves
in communication witli the Agent. Particulars should be furnished as to tho
kiud oE employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Owice—-Court House Building, Market Square, New Westminster, li. C.
-CTXMC. BOSS,
je20 tc] Immigration Agent.
[Xl.Se]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per montli,
Rock Foremen... .|3 50 to $4 00 ¥> day
Earth Foremen... 3 60 to   3 SO
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 BO
Bridge Carpenters,
lst elui 3 00
Bridge Carpenters,
Sndclau  3 00
Masons  2 80 to   3 CO
Stono Cutten..., 3 00 to   3 SO
Blacksmiths,    let
class   3 50
Blacksmiths,   2ml
class  3 00
Blacksmith Help-
en   1 50 to   2 00
Drlll-m  2 00 to   2 25
Laborers   1 75 to   2 00
Hewers, let class   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st clasa 2 00 to   2 60    "
Scorers, let class    2 60 "
All ootalde labor 10 honra per day.
All Carpenteri to furnish their own
Cheat Toole.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—14 per week.
It will not bo compulsory for Employ*
ees to board In tho Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on tha
10th of each month,  -
A.   ONDERDONK,
OlNilUJ,  MaJUUKB,
Ovficx or thi Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, Harob 1,1883.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen, Defender
of the Faith, ke., ka., ke.
To Our faithful tho Member-- elected to
serve in tho Legislative Assembly of
Our Province of British Columbia,
and summoned and   called to n
meeting of tho Legislature or
Parliament of Our said Province, at Our city of Victoria
on Thursday, tho 15th day
of Nov. instant, to have
been commenced and
hold, nnd every of
yOll-GltEETINO
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davie, \TTTHERE AS,
Attorney-General. ) VV the meeting
of tho Legislature or Parliament of tho
Provinco of British Columbia, stands
called for Thursday, the Fifteenth day of
Nov. instant, at which time, at Our City
of Victoria, you were held and constrained to appear.
Now know ye, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the ease and convenionco of
Our loving subjects, We have thought
At, by and with the adv ico of Our Executive Council of the Provinco of Biitish Columbia, to relievo you, and each of
you; af your attendance at the timo
aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by
these presents enjoining you, and each of
you, that on Hominy, the Third day
of tho month of December next*
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of Our said Provinco, at Our
City of Victoria, For the Dispatch or
Of Business, to treat, do, act, and conclude upon thoso things which in Our
Legislature of tho Provinco of British
Columbia, by tho Common Council of
Our said Province may, by tlie favour of
God, be ordained.
In Testimony   Whereof,   Wo  havo
caused these Our Letters to be mado
Patent, and the Great Seal of British
Columbia to bo hereunto affixed:    Wit-
Uoss,   tho   Honourablo CLEMENT F.
fCORNWALL,   Licutonnnt-Govcmor  of
Our said Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Provinco, this Third day of Nov., in the
(rear of Our Lord one thousand eight
lundred and eighty-three,'and in the
forty-seventh year of Our Reign,
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
no7-td] Provincial Secretary,
NOTJCE.
PRIVATE   BILL.
IVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
__\ application will be mado to Parliament at the next session of tho Legislative Assembly of tho Province of British
Columbia for an Act to incorporate certain persons into a company for tho purpose of erecting and maintaining a tolephone line in the city of Now Westminster and at Port Moody, and between
both 'places.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for applicants.
Dated at New Westminster this 29th
October, 1883. ocUl-Ow.
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEAUGHAMP'S
R BEAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every steamer, and is
prepared to sell at the following prices:
Poaches, per box .' .$1 75
Apples, per box 1 00
Pears, per box  i 00
Apricots, per box  1 75
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  1 26
Oranges, 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Lemons, 35 @ 50 cents por dos
Acapulco Limes, . .26 @ 50 cents per doz
Green Corn 25 @ 50 cents per doz
Tomatoes, 12} conts per pound
EICH. BEAUCHAMP,
jo27*to. Victoria.
IMPERIAL"
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Broad St. and 10 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivors and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FB0H 10SS OR DAMAGE BT FIBE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1,600,000 STG*.
Rates of Premium and every information con be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Waitmlnster.
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER k MANUFACTURER OF
PIANOS & OROMS
AND AIL KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments,
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will receive prompt attention. jy28to
NOTICE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
X\ the partnership which has for some
timo past been earned on by Alfred Follows and Edward Gawler Prior, under
the firm of Fellows k Prior, at Victoria,
general importers of Iron and Hardware,
was this day dissolved by mutual consent. As witness our hands this 17th
day of October, 1883.
ALFRED FELLOWS,
EDW'D GAWLER PRIOR
Witness—Ci us. E. Poolev,
THE UNDERSIGNED will continue
tho business, assume ull liabilities
aiid collect ull outstanding accounts due
the lato firm.
EDW'D GAWLER PRIOR.
Viotoria, B. C, 17th Oct., 1863.   odfflhn
DR. SPINNEY & CO/S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SeAK FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SPINNEY, well known u the hia*
der of tlm Montreal, (0. K.) Medical Initl-
tuto, nnd Into Proprietor of the Bl'INNEYVILLl
INt'lltMAIlY, would moat respectfully inform
his patients and the afflicted generally, tbat hi
■till continue-* to treat chronic aad nervoai dli-
eaieawlth unparalleled success,
LADIES AND GENTIBMEN.
Reint-inber that [inicrastination la the tlilef of
time no
COME AND BB HEALED.
' It matters not what yonr troubles may be, coma
And let tite Doctor examine your cue. It will
cait you nothing for consultation, *o pleuie call
and ttfitief*.* yourielvt-s whether the Doctor under*
stands yuur two. It he can cure yon lie will tell
you ho- if not, he will tall you that, for he will
not undertake a cant uulaii ha li confident of ef-
fortliiRiicun*.  ■
Parties at a dlitance winning treatment, by
■ending (2fi nnd a minute description of their
troubles will receive In return a full coun* ol
trout incut vecurely packed eo aa not to oxclte cu.
rloalty.
Dlt. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit Fivo
Hundred Dollar* for every caao of any kind or
character which he undertakes and fliili to cure.
1'. H.—For dlieases of abort Han-ling, a full
court-e of medicine--, aultlclont for a cure, with
all initructlona, will he sent to any addre-11 on
receipt or $10.
Cull or Address
Dr. SPINNEY * CO.,
0 28-ly      No. 11 Kearney-at. ,San Taanctaco,Cal.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving now goods
consisting in part of
—rs,—- QOOJDS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fino selection of
NOTJCE
AFTER 90th OCTOBER, 1883, NO
freight will be received or delivered
after 6 p. in. ok New Wostmlnater
Wluwf.
THOMAS L. BRIQQS,
Agent Now Weatminater Whsrf.
(ooSMo)
Fox CrlTlS.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lktsr Pmsoiml,    ■   MISS DAWSON
Vice Pmkoimi,, ■ MISS K. DAWSON
For terms for Boarders and Day scholars, apply to
0,8, WOODS,
|y7-to] Hon. BwHtary.
INA BOB
Wh fz\<c V
In acknowlcdKcd hy eminent Hiirgoomi to
bn tlm tiuri'Hl uml lluosl known, nnd In-
▼•limbic to Invnllilri.
BIHHONDM' KENTUCKY NAUOB
BOURBON WHISKY bus boon woll
known for many yonrft, lielnt* iiiikiii'-mhkmI
forltflt-xeollent cjuallty unil ilulicato flavor. Everybody WHO una tried it suy It la
tho lioHt Iii tho world.
FnmllloH KU|i)ilU-d by tbe trillion, caso or
bottlo,
Kerne tannine Ualoa* Hy SIbmIkm Aeroaa
Ike Cork—*1*'. KlnuinniW
r Hold by A. n.C.lHAYA-.H.Whnle-
Depot, Victoria, nnd by ull leading
liquor d«alen. ocsotc
Always on hand*
Holbrook's stono building, Columbia
struct. myi6-tc.
Dr. Allen's
PRIVATE M8PBNIARY,
20^ Kearny Bl., Sau Pranelaeo, Cal.
TUB EXPERT SPECIALIST,
DR. A1.LKN, AS IS Wt.l.l. KNOWN, IS A
rtgiilir f-rii-lii-tt-jil Fliyricir-ti, •ilucittFit ret
Row-loin College arid tlnifcrilty of Mid-Inn. Ha
liu detottrt] it liffltiitm to tliflitmly of tno treatment anil euro ur-liie-inr-l within bit ■'leclalt/.
"VOTTSTCfr 3Mt3H.Hr
Aud M1DDI.K AtJKl) MP.N, whotre lufrerlnj- from
tin eft'-utl nf VuUlbfiil lii-llKTttioni or KtctMci
In inatiiritr yurt.HlHToUS -md I'litmoit. Dtntnti,
iHi-iiTiNcr, I.iibt MahkooD, confutlon of idrai,
dull (■yen, nvoi'Mon to todoty, doij-ondoticy, pln-
*')■■ on the fnce. loll nf ■miTgy and memory, frequency of urinating, etc. Itumimtier, tbat by a
coinMnation of rouirdlni of -treat curnllvi power.
Hits Doctor linn in Ri-runged lill Irontlimit tlmt It
MY HOSPITAL BXPEIUnNCH
iIlatiiiK been -.ni'i-i-oii iti cliarge or two limllng
lum-ill itl*) cimtiU-i- nm tu titat all nrltate (n-nblei
witli vncellent n-Miltn. I with It dWtlnctly umler-
iluod tlmt Ido not cluim tu finrfortn ii-i-'oiitlilll-
iloi, or io have iiilrnuiilriii or mipernntural i-owm*.
I claim only t» tm n iklllhd and aticcoMfiil Vliyil-
clan and Sui-goon, thoroughly tufomieJ In my
ttieciulty—
DIHHASBM UP MAN.
All applying '" tno will rctalva my botnit
(iplnlim of thiilr complaint*-Noixpi-Hnicnting. I
will giiiiranUo a punitive cure In every cbm 1 tin*
dortike. or forfeit 11,000. Oomultatlon In olDca
or by li-ttor ritia and ntrlctly private. Oliarpei
rnHHuniilile, Thorough esamlnitiun, Includlni
chemical anil mlcrwcuplcnl analjiii of wrliio, «ni
■uhir-*, 411.00.   Call or addriia
DB.   ALLBNf
20J*; Kearney itrcit, Ian Vranciico, Cal.   Unlet
Iiowi, t to ll dally, 7 to 8 eriDbg.
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
laaiicm-friiling
Cure for Nerv*
ous Debility,Ex-
hauated Vitality
of any kind,
WcnknfBs, Paralysis, Prosta-
torrboea,and all
tho terrible effects of youthful
follies, and excesses In maturer yenn,
DR. MINTIK will agree to forfeit-
Fife Hundred Dollars for a cage of
this kind the Vital Restorative (under
his special adrice and treatment) will not
cure, nr for anything impure orlnjurioui
found in It. DB. MINTIK treata all Die-
case? successI'uIly without mercury.
ConsulIfltlon free. Thorough enm.-
nation and advice, $5*00. Piice or Vital
Restorative, $3-oo a bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10*00; sent to any
address upon receipt of prico, or 0.0. D„
secure from observation, and in private
name If desired, by A. E. MINTIE,
M.D.
Those who cannot visit DR. MINTIR
in San Francisco should send a full and
mlnnte statement of their troubles with
$25-00, and in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, to as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. 0. D. must
be accompanied with $1.00 (aa a guarantee of good faith), which will be deducted when the package is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE Ft-tEE.-Sent an
application by letter stAtinf* symptoms,
sex and age. Communications strictly
confidential. jny3Uly
ll Kearney Stmt, Ban Francises, Cal.
Ii
I1D  IICDIP *°° Geary street,
UK. LltDlU, SanFrnnclsco.Cal
* /-10NTINUK8 TO TRBAT ena-
\j   cMifully   by  Homeopathy
mZ every form of special or Coronle
D Dliuwe without Mercury or Nau-
bJaeoni Druffi.    DR.  LIKBIG'i
tr INYiaOllATOR liapoeltiveand
a MrinBtiout   cur*   for   Seminal
iV wonk-if-rut, Nervoui and Phyilcal
r* Debility,  lioat   Manhood, Vital
(0 Kihauatlon, and all tlie terrible
_L_\ i-NUltiofnMlied niiture,eiceH-
■ -■» ea anil  youthful Milea.    Tbe
■ Doctor will aurce In writing ta
I'-rfi-it 91,OUO for a can Thai
>. he utidortnkei and falli to curt.
1 Tho rfiuhiti tlumianda can net
*l*i-t cured of Bamlnal WeakntM
/and tha above diirruM li owing
f to a complication called Praia-
torrhea, which require* a apodal
remedy.   DR.   UKBIG'8   IN.
'O VIQORATOR, No. 3, la a Spa.
— fino  Cure   fur   Proatatorrhea,
Price of cither Invlgorater. $3
per bottle, or 0 bottles It*. Seat
tu any addren aecurely covered
_ fromolnervallon. SomlnalWeak.
Z neii and Prottatorraea drain vl-
arf tallty from the body and camo
Snnmoroui dlieaiei that baffle
ordinary medical treatment. If
allowed to continue,lhe unnatural Ion uflecli the vital organ*,
which cmikch dcitmylng allwaati,
Coniumptlnn, Diabetca, Ilright'i DImhm, Jaun-
dirc-.liiHatilty.i-tc. Kxcoasei, Non-uie, Ahuio.In.
lu-rit-'il Wcaldiff-i, Malnutrition, Spinal and Celt.
lira! Complaint* bring on tho above fatal diaeaieo,
Dehility anil Seminal Weakneti obstruct tb* tm-
portmit and necatuary acta of life nnd their enjoy,
mctitri. Curci fimirnntee, Dlieaiei uf the Oeui*
tu-Utirmry Or-*nn», Kidney, liver and Bladder a
specialty. Tlie tnuliy complaints and dtieaieiof
women ripeedlly cured ■ cumultatluu al offlce or by
letter, tree nnd cunndetillal. Itt-iponitbU partial
can arrange payments lu the same manner ai they
would employ tlieir family pbyilclnu. gtricleit
sccrcoy muit'tuliioil.
OHM   llOTTl-E    FHEK.
Regular Siaa Buttle of either Invigorator Sent
Free to ibow Iho wonderful  nropertlei of tho
(IrxalMt Invlgornltir Known to Modern Hilintlil*.
State symptom*, n-ie, If married, ke,
Cull or address bit. I.IKUItl A CO., No, 400
deary Struct, comer Mason, Bail Francisco, Cal.
I'llviite entrance, 4')6 Mason Streot.
** ii,T.it.inei- imd ItrapoHBiiitB.—DH. UKBK1 A
CO. Oi'Buni/ed in compliance with California law.
Diploma procured l>y regular college education.
IT yean sppclnl prnctlco, and duly lleenied In a*-
cordatice with California Medical Law. dot
Man Wanted.
ONB WHO CAN TAKK CHAROH
of and run a Huntington Shingle
Shinglo Machine. Steady employment
un-l good wages to a flrat-claaa man. No
other need apply.
Jy7-t«]
aSTEVKN^^

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