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Array Oovornmost Gazette
lot $»ii*h Csnmtbiitn.
■si***
Aprft
int.
flip
i   lexTiUoais.
Not-long ago we referral to soma
ot the outrageous performances ot
> the so-called Irish patriots', end tke
uio.iis by wliich tliejr sought to accomplish tho liberty of the nation,
III that article reference waa mad*
dynamiters had received from many
sources in the United States, O'Dqn-
ovan Rom. is the recognised head
and leader of the dynamite party,
and the large sums of money hie has
'   received from the people in America shows that he has a large degree of public, sympathy.   It may
be true, and probably is true, that
a large portion of this money oame
from the pockets of Irishmen in
t   America  who have been, imposed
upon; bythe unscrupulous agitators.
Be (hat as it may, it is undoubtedly
true that Feninnism lives, and has
:   lived and lloiiruhed for twenty-years,
under the very eyes of the great
American eagle1.    We believe the
great  bulk, of Americans havo .a
thorough  ooiiteinpV for: this bloodthirsty organisation..   They know,
well   the. trickery and swindling
which hare always accompanied the
Fenian operations, and they know
that the brotherhood generally is
composed of  illiterate men whose
ignorance make* them dupes.   But'
political considerations have induced
American politicians to handle 'cautiously this brotherhood.   The dynamite voto is an important factor
in tho presidential campaign. Neith-
' er party; can afford to offend these
people,-for they sometimes hold the
' balance of power.   We have juat
received * the first number of a new
journal issued from Sau Francisco
in the interest of Foniauisui.    It
professes  to be the ''Ultni-Demo-
cratio Exponent of the Pro-Tarifl"
party, but the principal object of its
publication lis evidently ' not  the
tariff but to keep alive and fan the
organisation known as "Dynamite
Fiends."    It approves boldly and
unconditionally   of ■ the dynamite
plots hatched  in New York for
blowing itp railway stations and
cloak rooms in England.   It refers
to these fiends as devoted and patri
otic  men, who tain (heir; Uvea in
their hands for tin accomplishment
of a noble cause.    "All honor tb
O'Doooran Rosa* and hia irrepres .
sible oorpt of' dynamiters;" saya thia
journal.     "Were  the dynamiters
able  to get the queen, the lordly
peers, and the chiefs of the English
Conservative, or old  Tory   patty,
into "aome large hall or banqueting
room; or could they collect them nil
into the session room of the bouse
)f lords, or some other convenient
place, and administer n slight dose
>f dynsmite to them, we don't know
ia  we should care mucbl"   Very
ikely not,;-The greater the earn-
ige and agony inflicted upon the
leople of England, the better pleased
rauld  be these dynamite fiends.
Phey are not concerned whether in-
locent men and women suffer. They
re more concerned that the dupes
dio furnish money for their own
orofort should be kept full of en-
ausiasm, so that the treasury may
ot be lacking in funds.   It must
e a *ii)F patriotio thing for these
soph to enter Canada, as they did
ime yesrs ago, and shoot down oiir
laceable and unoffending cilisens
nder the plea of liberating Ireland!
!  vflt'-jBriUsh' Coluabieas shoald
vaoV 'be state ef California for
le purpose of avenging ourselves
i the Fenisus, what could the pub-
ibets of the dynamite journal aayt
we ahould organise a society in
is province to blow up the office
the "Ultra-Democratic Espon-
t" and murder its publishers, we
mid be engaged ina work;quite
patriotic as the Fenians.   Such a
■rnal  is a disgrace to the great
tion-uuder whose protection it
i'ts.
•hop. For some time pas), Barlow,,
whose mind runs more to queer mechanical device, than to' practical
things, hoi taken the arajt* absorbing
interest to Keel,'. •lle^Ji.jvant'o,,,
md_, mvHUdg .bout Stfn. irhicl. '
he cduTd'layhl' tends indJWiiking in
with hb ean every word he heard
spoken on the subject. WinV the fatuous enthusiasm common to inventors
he believed everything saidin ite favor,
and rejected every statement made by
sceptics: In some dryness* Way ho
gained access to Kedytieslous little
workshop and saw, hiasdc unseen,
the great man manipulsttlffls motor,
Having detected the inventwr's secret
aiddTaaSr-sred, r*- <-  *»■ ■—   •'-
WWkpolnlfchedl____ 	
motor himself alter Keetofs model,
..Who also
ey jointly
li'slabora
•with his-own imj
«t about jt with
•uch cues.   A
•ajr ,
the services of    .	
had the inventor's' craze,
rigged up, after a few mo:
machine which was to.cover them with
glory and revolutionise the motive
Sower of the world. A good deal of
iscuuion took place as to what kind
qf test they should make of their invention to demonstrate ita practical
utility without making public their
discovery, it was finally decided to
apply the power to a hand-car on some
railroad. To do this a clear track was
necessary,- and the West Jersey Railroad was selected as the place and
night as the time—no trains running
on* that road after dark. Keoley's oft
reported claims, publicly made and
never fulfilled, that he would run a
train of cars from Philadelphia to New
York with his motor hail taught Barlow caution, and he insisted, in spite
of his friend's wishes, Hint tlie test'
should lie mode without publicity, but
he was finally prevailed upon to permit
a reporter to bo present, on condition
that nothing would be printed about it
until after another trial if this one
should prove unsuccessful. The condition was,unnecessary, for tho trial
was a great'triumph for Mr. Barlow,
and he will awoke this morning to find
himself no longer unknown to fame.   '
To carry out his scheme it was necessary to got the co-operation and assistance of some employee of tho West
Jersey road, and it would be all the
better if one could bo found who had
sometimes himself taken a hand at inventing. Certain inquiries wero mode,
and the very man for the business was
found in George Bnrniiby, who, when
the plan was unfolded to him, entered
into it with enthusiasm. Through him
small building near tho track, and
about half a mile ont of Camden, was
secured, in which a "borrowed" handcar and the new motor were placed,
and the work of adjusting the parts of
tii. motor and' attaching them to the'
hand-car was undertaken nt once and
speedily completed.*' The trial 'Was
made last night. The reporter reached
the little building about II o'clock,
where he found his friends Barlow and
the machinist making their final preparations for the test, and he then saw
the new motor for the first time. It
consited of two cylindrical steel vessels,
five inches in diameter by eighteen
inches long, placed longitudinally
about one inch apart. Above thom,
also placed longitudinally, but at right
angles to the two others, and connected with them by steel necks or ways,
was a third-'cylindrical vessel three
inches in diameter by nine inches long.
From the head of each of the lower
cylinders a steal tube half an inch in
diameter projected, and.the two tubes
were ourfed to meet each other1 four
inches above. At their junction waa a
small hand lever.   Bythcsideof the
tion a. to the internal etrocture of hia
dfvj'oe, button IMtfoMf he'«*-*-
When he a
say a' word." When neapplbs for Ins
patents the world will know the secret
, hi. wonderful-achievement, but
itiHhmien'iistb.satlrtsawrf'rt-ui
et tb.t Keely ha. been eutdone, end
iat a -new' and marvellous tiotlv*
power has bum discovered and actually
tested/ whim he lies been promiung
and poelnoniHt}.'     ' j
A visit waa paid to ihe Keely ollice
y..terd.y. There it was learned that
the ins.otor waa discouraged. Sacrs-
tary Sehuellerman deolend that Iir.
"itilt-ii wmledTit waa etplalned.-raita-
delphia Timss, Uorck leth.
m
■,-V—
motor waa a vertical cylinder; fitted
with a rod and plunger,aU adti-triotion
metal, and to this was attached a small
iwirOiWow.
mm mmimituok turn.
Vhile Mr. Keely baa been trying
patience of Ms stockholders and
ping the world in suspense over his
nett-fubof-water tnaehln'e, a young1
i of this city named James Rodney
low hal stolen' hfr thnnd.r and
lohed hint from his very work.
rotary crank. A steel tube one-fourth
of an inch in diameter connected the
upper cylinder of the motor with the
vertical cylinder by its sido.
About 10 o'cloek everything was
ready, and 'the car, with the motor on
its platform, waa removed from tho
building; and placed upon the track.
Barlow, his  machinist, the railroad
employee, the inventor's friend, and
the reporter formed the eiporini""»l"»
party. Bat"ir»,;usiial^e«dlahd:
matic, was nervous and excited.' His
face looked pale in the light of
the lantern that stood upon the car,
but his every word and movement
showed his eagerness for the test; The
members of tho party having arranged
themselves upon tho car under his
direction, Barlow took his place bythe
side of his motor. As ho put his hand
upon the lever over the cylinders thero
was a moment of dead silence and oncli
man held his breath in suspense. Was
this midnight experiment, conducted
by stealth, so to speak, to give the
world a new motivo power and bring
renown and riches to a hitherto unknown enthusiast) Was thb muoh
talked of and long delayed Keely motor to be shorn of lis alleged glory by
so humble and speedily matured n rival? These were the questions formed
f he reporter's mind as he watched
low's sinewy fingers—on which, hy
way, no diamonds glistened—nervously grasp the lover of his device.
Th.ro wus only a minute's dolay—tho
'—er waa pressed down, tentatively at
it, and a loud cheer burst from the
..jolted party as the csr responded and
smoved slowly down the traok. It was
a supreme moment for Barlow, but he
bore it well and gradually pressed the
lever more and more as the car wont
bowling away with a atoady motion
that sent a glow uf Victory over hi.
face. There was too much excitement*
among the men for talk, but each one
jerked out a word of congratulation
and urged Barlow to "let her out."
She Inventor, however, kept hi. head,
and after a swift run to within Bight of
the lights of Olouossier, li. stopped
the car, reversed tho action and storied
on the return. He explained that the
motor was of limited capacity and had
been built for experiment only, but
tbat force enough remained to make a
ahow of speed back to Camden. He
theu, pressed the levet hard down, the
car Mussed away like the wind, and
the little building wss reached in throe
minutes—a speed of about seventy-
five miles, an hour. Mr. Barlow is
very modest and would prefer thai
nothing be said .bout his motor until
he has built on. capable of real work.
Tnl* iSlJf.'lM.1* »' «"es, and when it
is .MMSleteda public teal'of Its power
will be 'nude. The reporter endeavored to obtain from him some Inferma-
rri ta. Mi-ta*Sts,*t.n.
(jF^c»--Coiai(iMaBl.,opr)o«I*.iS»lciy>;'
tm-r-m^t^tM^03^'
PubHo School, Hew Westminster.
mhlS-tc
M        PHVIK'IArfAai'iblKON,
wishes to announce to the people of Surrey, IamMey, 4o., that he has taken up
his, residence on Bouthwut Hot Bectlon
24,Townshlp2,about)- *-"	
Serpentine ftivoi, on <
P. a. address, Clover \
k BOH. J» ACLatOD,», A., M.D., O.K.
.: PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON. '
Late ot the N.w York Polyclinic. Gradn-
-■ nteof McQUl university, Montreal; ■
OFFICE AND KE8IDBN*--- Opposite
City Hotel, New Westminster.
aul-te.
TOBIOARBOW, M. D..
PHYSICIAN A HimAEON.
QrncB AND RCSIDCHCE, ><It
^ noor. ter SunnUlde Haloou, flBAS-
LI.E, R I. Oflico Hours-stolOa. _,;
lto3,andil.WtoS|>. ;n. All colls promptly attenoeil to. JelMo
W.H. FALDING,
ACCOUNTANT,
Land j^-s-sxit,
■      SOWbVUUt. ANU
OFWCEi—NexttetheCuBtom House,
deol.tc
W. D. FERRrS,
i BOUSE.
*!u>-V';
Bitot and Debt Collector.
SEVMAL MOD FARMS FOR SALE
Igegt l»r Ike KAV8UKB8- UR
Mt ktmuxt mturtt- m„
■artrord, coin.
'.OFFICE:— Columbia/ Street.,   New
Westminster. de9
0.1.
ue.
H.
*. COOPER, B, A., M. OS,
PHYSICIAN & SUROEON.
OFFIOE ond BE*!lD*BNC*ll!--Ohuroh St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St., Now Westminster, KO.
OFFICE HOUKS-8tol0a,ni.i ltosaml
.    6.90 to 8 p. m. Calls In town and coun.
'.' try promptly attended to. teste
n K.TBBW,M.D,M.e.p.*..,o.
PHYSICIAN 4 SUAOBON.
Burgeon R 0, PcnltontTnry, Surgeon New
Westminster Jell, Coronor for the District. OKFioK-cernor of Clarkson nnd
HcKensie strosts.   Residence, Mary St.
seiliPln
P  l.UENTI.KV, M.».,JI.r.P.»S.,0.
'    PHYSICIAN 4 SOTIOIOON.
flu won lo Koyal coiamblun Hospital,
Medical Offlccr to the- Asylum for the Insane. Office—Aruos street, next Mr. C.
G. Major's residence, New Westminster.
Britisli Columbia; selfrte.
rionnot ld *> mccoll,
IIAItlllSTERS, SOLICITORfi, AC.
Okfics—Corner Clarkson antl Mary^Sts,
New Westminster, B. 6,
ytr normas aoii,        /
''     BAIlBISTK-5-A"r-'i,A'C
In.U  l|,a>.   >..,, |. L.aa.
R.
Xew Westminster, to, 0.
 mblMm |
W. ARMSTROMG,
BARRISTER, SOUCITOR,
vroTjLTfTT  ptrsXiio,  nra
Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WKSTMINdTIER ..... 1). C.
Vr(JRRAY -fcPRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Gnilnlinr, KulHominlng and Pape^attjc*
hip. flnop-Olorkwh »tr«t, oppoilte tbo
New WMtinlimterJnU, Now Westminster,
ItrltlNh Columljln. npa-tc
m J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblu street, New WentrnftvctW
Arrangement are heleg made (nr an.
exteuslvo Aurtlon Sale of Rnd VtMtr, Ut
take place In Mny N»xt. Partlci detlrouii
of dlHpdrfnfe of their farms, etdiiMll do
well to place the same In tho handa of the
above.
All commIhu!-nm will recelvo prompt
and careful attentiou Bent references
given when required. mhl2-t«
60UISTWIE,
Auctioneer & Valuator!
CITf AUCTION ROOM,
NRW   WESTMINSTER, H.  fl.
Pn riles having Porniture.or anything to
dispose of, wonld tin well tn communicate
with the nbovc, JuSJltc
JAMES   XI
CONVEY'ANiTa'j
Land and General Agent,
—AMD—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA  ITKEIT,
(Opp, O.lnnl.lU.t.1)   '
JlBW   WBSf M1N8TBR.
. <r Several good Farms lor Sab and to
Lease. nolo
i .CI iiisu.^.':.iu.iia.Li in. ■jjj JiMl^.
New Fish Market!
JAMES TAFFANDALE
HAS JD8T OPENED A SKW FI8H
Market on
FROWT  8TREIT,
But of th. Holbrook Honas, whsn win
be found a full .apply of Fish ol all
kind, and of the best quality.
Pnrohaee. delivered In any part of tke
oity.   AoatlhsellelW.
Seed Oats.
WOODS i TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
HEA1 ESTATE AGENTS,
Aeeminttrrtt ft Conveyancers.
csumu anKKT,
NKW WKSTMINSTEE,   B. C.
w
E HAVBl FOR SALE IMPHOV-
ed sad unimproved Lands nt
PlTTRtVEK,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANaLBT,
MATSQUI,   :
MISSION,
BURRAKDS INLET,
FALSE CREKK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARJt,
SALT SPRINfUSLAND.
twit LOTS AT fOM_MO0OV FOR SALE.
■aim MtiM'r'*-' asst asunm.
utm SOB TBU    •'     .
nnlswasnt.. .rBnwkly*.
-HUM* Ul. tanun Mn,
tke Vsu-IM Male., asm
-vaasnsSmVsr
seam, 4e.
WOODS1* TURNER.
New Wcstalaater, R C.,
April 2, 1883.
COME ANO SEE
Ufa Bate fa- Ap* ftp!'
rilHK I'HOI'KIETOK, JAMEH TUKN-
X toVLt, havlnfcamln takenrdotunmon
oFthe TENrEKA%«ll HOIHC f.--intln«on
Columjila ana Church meets, oiiimHlte
KpJscopal Cliuroh, City of New Westiitlii-
Kttir, H. C, mid now known aa tlio
FARMER'S   HOME,"
Will fltonmmo-ltilQ all tih old Motula ami
thp nubile generally whu favor hint with
a call, at «lti price--.. Boaiil pta: ilny, 91.00;
Hoard i.n ft.-i-lt, tHW,  Hlntfla Mt-aU, l\
centa; BoiIh, '£, rent*,   mm ac
tlatlon for Udlea 1111U Famlliea,
C*OS8'
musical mm,
£    GOVERNWENT  STREET,
Victoria,
Britlst   Oolnmbiii.
HTEMWAf .:
,...ria*«»'
..s-tksm
cMclununr .....maim ''
.-UHisir. minis
. IIELI  * taXrlNVH USUIAtR
(Ja*otei
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA
sure in announcing that h. Is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, 4c, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and In flrstelosa style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branchoa. The undersigned
Iim the only HEARSE iu the City. A
continuance of public patronage nucitcd,
Old stand, next Occident Hotel,"
• ;. . J. 0. BtfNTBr
Late Manager Sohl'a Branch Furniture
Store. < * auStc
J. BAGNALL,
IMPtMTM k NANVFACtUKt Of
ap4
Every NMt* lb twt
-A..   E»BE1XjS
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&0RU66IST,
COLOMBIA   8TREET
i.'". (Ot*. OOWKIlt. nOTBI.1,
NEW WESTMISSTBR,  B. 0.
rkyil
B. — Only Oanuine Drugs used,
Over twenty v*ars' experience.    mr2.-l
MUSICAL Ml
WILL VISIT THK   MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and wil!
bo happy to receive and execnte orden
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Piano;) and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through WiHiK-tiiy-iN. W.(wiU*w.
ceive prompt attention; Iy2m6:i
W. R- GIERKE;
AUCTIONSHR,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Iaui Room, Fmt-wioor Bubjmno,
Yatw Stuht,
VICTORIA, ■ BRlTiBHCOtUMBU.
ST Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate tho sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps oT Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Dis-
Mots.
N. B. *'arties d«s|rons of selling (heir
Stoek, Stock In trade, or FunltOrt, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can Bud a Cssb Bo;
on the above. Office of tl
hmbia Wire Works. All aorta of win
fork done. Order, filled with neatness
aad dispatch.
Mis if HiriMT HuM.B.r.nWu.
MERCHANTS,
WMABf HTIEET ■ TIOTOKIA.
JLQXI2TX8   I<OB
Ntwtk Irlthh aat Mercantile
laoaraa
H.O.
mainland.
BEETON* CO.,
.'16 Pinslmry Circus, .
London, E. C.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDBR & C0HTBA0T0B
LBOUT   UVlRflll
Shannon Oats "
W-KSfc ■Applylo
Mhnniion OatR for HaW.    nmi-.((,■,
sow. Apply to
Ailf KlMDttOP JOBBING AND RK.
PAIRflPROMPVf.V RXBCCTKD.
■sttamtes Farmlsbtd.   Hawn Sharp-
flHOP-Mfrohant Square, Oohimhiti St.,
New Wt-sliulnstor, in n-ar of THon. t)von*H
JiUdkHinlth (Shop, tame
GILIE^ MOOf^ & G0M
FILE DRIVERS
WHARF-BOILDERS,*C.
Holsltif ir nil klisla, n< Lighter.
lar doM oi start nollce.
AnDBESS-New Westminster-, EC.
_;    Jau«Wo]_ ■_. _
BOOTS and SHOES
nioM
HIATHORMS
ft Shoe ftiiiftotory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOaU   PBICBS.
R THOMAS,
8'spp under tht n«w Oddf.Uow Hall, Col
umblart., Hnr W«tmtatt.r.
ohinerr. Belting, Paol
:, Hose, «q., fto., fto-
&C0.
-DEALERS IS —
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
8TATl6f,tRY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE, b. o.
1   LAaota   STOCK  ALWAYS ON
A baud*. Goods, not In stock will |-,o
ordered promptly, ■
.'••wsp.per.   aad   M.a.alM..  supplied from all part, of the world:     :,
l*rompt attention given  lo OHlors :by
moll.
JoMtcl    A. «■ JOimaTOK, Munng.r.
KURTZ&CO
( If-ARW
[Signed]
A. PEELE, Seo.
..(ocUto);.
VANCOUVER
In calling th*'
Li
OF TITE
Of tiiis city nnd surroundings, I wish
to Rtate tliat I Jtav*
JvLat  sHeocelved.
A large-and" ■
icteil Stmt
Of IsiiIIm' nnd Chililreii's
BOOTb ANO SHOES
■litei ■■'.
MONTREAL & PKIUOELPHtA
I wi'lt ta imprem it forntWy on their
mfnnfi ihat
No Store in this City
flan ahow a 1 Jiryfr to
better ksmmm
And that noatort
SELLS AS CHEAP
Country ortlew oarafttUy and promptly
filled.
vm.tmmB,
ColitmliliiSIt;, opp. Kwen's Cfmnrrr.
,'        ' ' noltf.   ,
C.P.N.CO.,ymited
^TOTIOJB.
Tnst A*»Ya cosss<Asrr smtsshj
mad. arrnfementswHh the
Onsdlai ratlfe Balhra; *r M.
IhkOMMlW,
txrssr^^jifuxt
Intcrlnr aa far aa the road boa bean com-
plelo,l, the Pnjlto are hereby notinvl that  „
OJfrallona will besln e.rly In Mareh, of •fMtaHy.
wlilclutueMleowlllbeslvsn, aad Mine
Ulilr puLIMied.
,    JNO. mvINO, Manner.
r.i..BRiao-i,Annt,i-.wWest.     feete awMto]
THE UNDERSIGNED
, il^feinfonn-tlifi'Ho^s;
Keepers and others of New West-
minster and vicinity that he has
been appointed agent for the delivery nf the'celcbrated jPal©
'-(Lie and Vertex of the
Vancouver Bie\yer>vwhich was
awarded (wo first piizeB'and a
recommendation at the late Provincial Fair.  ,
All orders will he promptly
attended to. I''amities supplied
by the. kept, imperial measure.
W.D.FKKKIS
New, IViiettiiinstef, 27 Nov,, .188*.     ite
(LIMITED.)
II0UR11 STBEET, NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
The Only to-Proof Hotel
v  in the City,
m mm nmmm
IS UNDKB THB CHAHQE OP AN
KXPERIKNCKD ARTIST.
mHE BliDERgrGNEl) BEGS LEAVE
X to anaoune. to the Pnblio that he
baa parebaaed the above Hotel, where
"eryUitngwlIl be fouiid flrst-olass, and
at reasonable rates.
Tkerarts-rs Md Sleeping Apart-
■(■II are under th. mnerilltendenoe
of Mils. AnsTiN.
Private Dining Room* lor Ladles,
. Families and Private Parties.
1 Trinttt Ittittl 1MB, commodious, oamfortabljr fumlslied, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
.provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wisw, I.iooors, ClntK., tc.
mo.
AUSTHT.
rRorEiirroR.
THE
I
ForSalel
I al-TTDOeubE HARNESS, nearly
i ft'Tl «*n»0'«*<-- if"*!, collars, bridles, Ac.
Hullultlcforhirm work,   (sui he tMueht
very olipivn,; CO. MAJOR
 J     nilillMr.
F^dlTSALE.
IQfi.-i0?'^ 9?' I-ANI10N 1,1)1,11 IK-
ISt) Innd, frontltiKiui .North Ann. Knsy
teriUH.  Annlyto
.    lil'NHY V. KDMOKIW,
n"'"-lf __^_     '-and A»cnt.
Oxen for Sale.
TWSJSi¥? OI-'H-YBAIt OLD WORK-
OXEN (or snlo.  Girth (rom sleet 11    '
Hii.*?, 7 '"i1" .' '"■ Al""-J "DLL and 1
STAG, unbroken, good slse.   .
'   „ WM. H. LADNER,
rniiait,' ijidiutr's landing.
Milch Cows For Sale. -
.1'..^ ■ '-^~-
miu;i'NiJi;iwi(jKKinrAHi-noMONK
X tQt«« good mltcli-eowi for wile. Thfiy
nro qtilte Rwitlo nntl flr«Mum< iiiilherw.
For tmrllcttlars apply to
mhld-te.
V. GANNON,
Butcher it Htoak Dealer.
LndnefH fjandins.
Farm to Rent.
nil us farm is situate in clover
A Valley, nnd known as tho Glover Valley farm; about, so acres cleared and
fenced, and In a good state of cultivation;
with dwelling-house, barn and cattle-
sheds. Kpr further particulars apply on
the premises to
. WILLIAM SHANNON, Prdp. ''
Clover Valley, March's, 1*51. [65m
FOR_SALE.
THE LIGHTEST-ROWING, KAST.'
est-sailing, and beat built Boat oa
Fraser Riverj newly painted; thoroughly
equipped with mast, boom, and sau; 2
pair ash oars; rowlocks, rudder, cross-
hood and tiller, chain, &c. Price 1100.
aulStc C. G. MAJOR.
To Lease.
HASTINGS, B. K
THK FINK AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel hot been recently completed and Is fumlslied with every convenience for the comfort of guente. 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 th. facilities for bathing and
beating; are. excellent. Private Bitting
aud Dining Rooms. Suites of apart-
ments for families or parties. Hie Bar
is entirely detatcliod from the main
building.
-' ST Tb. Hotel is under .the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Hors-
i.   Busses to and from Now Westminster twice a" day. - '
GEO.
•ySSto
BLACK,
Proprietor.
Mumifacturcrs and IVnlci
kind* of
.iit.
ROUGH &
DRESSED
Shlnirles,
Lath.
Pickets,
■     Ac, Ac
Orders   from   the   country
promptly   filled.
BSTIHATSS
of quantity and cost of material for
bnUdlng   carefully   prepared .
free of charge.
■-iUiUmi tnrnM, ,
•i. B. HENDiMtMl,
Mahaosh.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD "■■ INLET.
Ststlj Hill sad Newlr nrilskesl,
UrcrssdCeaisjowUa,.
me or the lEsrmmi on m wihuno.
Commands on unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, th. future terminus
. of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
*„
f»B   FAH1LIIX
•V Visitors and Touriita wiU find ft a
quiet and pleasant resting plats.
Tlie scale of charge* will be found t
bo strictly moderate.
Gootl stnliliiig.oii the premises.
.   JOSEPH MANNION,
PROl'RlJTOR,
ESTABUSHKD IS39.
ROBT. DI€»l*SON,
BUTCHER,
Kmrl-r %ss*,iit Ike Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THB  LARGEST AND   CH0ICK8T
assortmert of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Coustantly on Imnci, and supplied to Fam-
IHes, Reakwranta, and Steamboats at tbe
UIWBtlT POSSIBIiK PMOBS.
NOTICE.
rOTIOK 18 IIKHKllY 01VKN THAT I
I Intend maklns appllontlon to tho
. ilefCommlUlonerof LiiihIs und Works
for iHHtnlaslon to purchase ISO acre, ot
unaurrered land altnulo In Oaos-ooa division of Tale District, ami ileserlImi aa follows: Commencing at n post marked 1
on the east bank of the Oknnuann river,
wkere It Inane, troni Swan Lake; theuco
•set 40 chains to post marked II; thenee
south *) chains to postmarked III; thence
west 40 chains to post markeil IV; thenee
north to chatna lo point of commencement. • ■" HMfi AllMHTftOMO.
"*entjetnn,Ok.noiniii Mis.ionvJj>smary
A FIRST-CLASS FARM OF SBO
acres of rich prairie land: good
dwelling bouse, barn, etc. Sixty acre.
under cultivation. Rent moderate. For
particulars apply to
WD. FERRIS, land Agent,
deol-to. Hew Westmtaster.
POESALE.
One: loooinc cab, buck-
man'H patent, eight wheels, double
flange; woodwork, bolts, etc., all complete, ready for work. Will be sold
cheap for cash, or on time with security.
Apply to J. MANNION,
dcS-tc Granville, Burrard Inlet.
Improve! Farm to Lease.
AUAUTEBSKCTION 18, TOWNSHIP 0,
WjUi llelto Municipality, 160 acres. The
fnrm Is prairie, all dyked and cleared, 100
acres muir for the plounli. A good frame
'hUM Mjtfthas lust been erected, nnd o
barn now, with thrashing- rnaonlnery
driven by water power. About 80 acres
under timothy. Also a.young orchard.
Particulars on application ta
T.W.KKI1B,
mh5-to New West minster.
FORSALE.
W. H. KEARY
Wislies to dispose of his f
Hook Mere nnd the good will or the business. TERMS EASY, which can bo ob-
talned on amplication l0 rj-a j, Armstrong.
March 81st. 1681. ,    aplMe.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOKE
DELTA LANDS
SMILlES   FROM    LADNER'S
Landinc, on the Trunk Wagon
other roads ninningthrougli
Road; two	
the premises.
de23tc
Apply lo
E. A. WADHAMS,
Ladner's Landin/r,B.C.
8ECOND
•w
HAND
CYLINDER 8xu, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mUl: with
Saw Arbor and tno £2 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, Feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler.. The whole is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 30th Dec.,1883.   [deKtc
WoodT«rn£r
WANTKI>.     CONSTANT   KUPLOY-
mi'iit will hp given to n tboronghlv
t'cmiiirtcnt innii.  Apply nt the
mlil-Mc DOMINION SAWHtLU
Lost-$5 Reward.
N THB (Sir, ABOUT NOVEMBRB
, .Wlh, IM, a pencil .ketch of Emory, B.
.. The above reward vill be paid It the
skoteli Js reliirned In good order.
F. H. ltO-WON.
New West,, Feb. 20th, 1881.       [retMc.
NOTICE.
AFTER 90th OCTOBKR, 1883, NO
freight will be received    ' "
on New
delivered
Westminster
after I)
Wharf.
THOMAS L. BR1Q0S,..:,,,
Agent New Westminster Wharf.'-.
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RUUtR,
ond Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magaaine., Illustrated Paper.,
etc,, neatly and cheaply Bound.
Uoiernascnl street, Vlelerl*. i. fl.
Building Ground
On <*IimM« uhI tVrwl ftlvafla, N, Wt
DHONOt,
I.nn«l Afi
A BOUT Sfi FEET ON EACH STRBkBT.
CI. or through from »treet toslreeLcan be
cflsetl for iitillilinir pnrponos: next tno
[follimok Houno and wabb-s gunsmith
shop. Atoay.j>
mhwo tff...-.r--~--*~
HEW ADVERTISEMENtS THIS DAY.
ttoliws (2) Jno. llobson
Performance Dramatic Club
I'ort Moody H. V. Edmonds
Lands for sale Corbould & McColl
Real Estate 0. D. Band
County Court E. A. Jenns
Teacher Wanted Adam Innes
flu fritiish Columbian.
aaluea, M.rml.s. April S. ISM.
School flotirs.
Whan the public sohool act was
under   discussion   during the last
session of the provincial legislature,
the hon. the minister of education)
intimated that before the next meeting of the house he intended to pre-
|«re a  bill   which  would greatly
modify the present educational system.   'Hiere ara many reasons why
this   whole business should be revised.   British Columbia has mado
considerable progress in many ways
since  the adoption of the present
act, and legislation  is needed to
meet tho now circumstances of the
amiitry.   Wo believe it is not a
wise policy to make the government
wholly  responsible for the publio
schools in districts where municipal
government  has   been established.
As a rule people will take a lively
interest  in. matters in whioh they
are financially  concerned.     When
the whole cost of n school is borne
by the government, und the trustees
and school district are not. responsible  for  any part of it, there is
danger that school affairs will not
receive that careful attention that
might be expected under other circumstances.    Each section should
be made to contribute directly towards the support of its own school,
in addition to the government appropriation.   This would give school
sections a direct financial interest in
the schools and the econouiical administration of school funds.     It
would also enable the government
to establish new schools where they
aro needed without   too  seriously
drawing upon the general revenue
of tho province.    Bnt the question
which we proposed to discuss in this
article  ia sohool hours.      In the
school regulations it is stated that
"lhe  hours of   teaching   shall be
flow 9 u. m. to 12 m., and from 1
to 3:30 p. m., from April to September (inclusive); and from 9:30 a. in.
to 12, and 1 to 3 p. m. from October to March (inclusive),"    Now,
it seems to us that this regulation is
open to serious objection.    As far
its we know there iB no part of Canada or the United States where pub.
lie school instruction exceeds five
limns daily (including recess),    In
his work on common sohool education Mr. Currie, one of the highest
educational  authorities, says:   "In
this country  (Great  Britian) the
maximum daily attendance of the
younger children is four hours; an
amount which Bhould certainly never
be exceeded, and which can be justified only by a most judicious con
duct of their wotk on the part of
the  teacher, and by n thoroughly
satisfactory  sanitary state ot  the
sohool premises.   To give such children thst amount of olose intellectual
work   schooling,   in   the  ordinary
sen* j of tht «rord~-would be preposterous.   For the elder pupils the
average time of instruction is five
hours daily; n most liberal allow
ance for all the purposes of eleuicn
tary education, if only it be continued oyer, a sufficient period." The
royal   commissioners  appointed in
1858 to enquire thoroughly into the
question of publio school instruction,
.arrived at the following conclusions:
(1) "That for children under the
age of twelve, 21 hours a weok is
nearly  tht limit of profitable instruction in studies requiring mental effort;  (2) that 18 hours a week
is often a  more useful period of
mental effort than 2.4; (3) that 15
hours a week, the utmost that is
obtained by the factory children, is,
lo uso the most unfavorable expression, not insufficient; (4) that much
may be done in 12 hours a week,
or 2 hours a day, provided that
these 2 hours be 2 fresh hours in
the  morning."    Theso authorities
should carry great weight, and we
commend the conclusions to the attention of tlit government.    We
cannot see any reason why school
hours in British Columbit ihould
In longer than in other countries;
and it it be true, as stated by the
highest educational authorities, that
five hours a day should never be
exceeded, the  present  regulations
tn Mt only imposing unnecessary
burdens upon teachers and pupils,
but inflicting positive injury.   It is
impossible tor the teachers to command thai seme attention from pupils
daring long hours, and whenever
tha energies begin to weary, education cannot go on successfully.   We
think Ih* government wonld do
well to folio* th* example of other
countries*  and  shorten tho public
tohool hour*,    From 9, or 9:30 to
13 a. m„ «nd from 1 to 3 p. ».,
•mom to na quite long enough for
snecettful teuhing.   Tha ragoltlion
ia made, w* believe, by ih* educational department, and can be altered
without referenoe to the legislature.
A Doubtful Policy;
Referring   lo  tlie discontent in
the northwest, lliu Ottawa correspondent of the Toronto  Week says
it seems difficult to understand why
the Ottawa politicians take so little
interest in  what seems to be a national peril.     But he goes on to
explaiu some of the reasons why
this lack of-interest exists.    "In
the first place," he says, "Manitoba
has never shown any determination
to  break with tho Dominion government.    The premier, Mr. Nor-
quay, has come here several times
to demand the rights of his province; he has remained to seek favors,
and at last gone awny without securing anything hut a pleasant reception and u kindly farowoll.    It
is thought that he will remain as
subservient now as he has always
been, und that he will be able to
bring his followers into lino also."
In this statement there is probably
a good deal of truth, nnd i( contains a moral worthy ol soriout consideration.     In Canada party lines
aic very closely drawn.   There are
very few really independent.members in  the  house  of   commons.
There are   quite a   number who
were, elected as independent.candidates, but they generally follow the
party leaders wherever they go.    It
has frequently been asked by thinking mon in British.C'olnmbia', why
should  our  representatives go to
Ottawa pledged to support the party
in powor!   The reply is that by thus
pledging themselves they obtain the
patronage of the ridings they represent, and have more influence in so-
curing favors for the province.   It
is worth while to consider if this
reply is true.   At Ottawa, it is said,
"Wo may count for ccrtuin on the
support of the British Columbia contingent."   The same is said of Manitoba.    Tho government know that
the representatives of the western
provinces will vote straight every
time, and they do not concern themselves much about these provinces.
If they have n narrow majority iu
the house, their chief anxiety ia to
conciliate members   who are independent of party, ond who may hold
the balance of power.   It lias heen
the experience of eastern constituencies that thoso whicli urn known
to be solid for the government do
not always fare the best.    If there
is u doubtful constituency, where
tlie government are not sure of their
ground, there is whoro government
patronage will go.     The same is
true   with respect to the nprasen
tatives.   It seems to us, therefore,
that it is a mistake to send to parliament members who, through thick
and thin, vote on the government
Bide.    They are party politicians.
Tlieir votes are counted upon as a
matter of course, and the government regard them as mere machines
which respond to the manipulations
of their managers.   We believe that
representatives should be as much
as possible freo from party fetters-
free to vote as their judgment and
the interests of the country may
suggest.   If the representatives of
Manitoba  had  been men of this
class, it is very probable the grievances undor which they nre laboring would have received very much
nnrc attention from the government.
In so far as British Columbia is
concerned, we  have not so many
grievances as we once had.   There
are some things, however, of which
we may with reason complain.    Our
mail service is conspicuously bad
and unsuitable to the conditions of
the province.    When Sir Charles
Tupper  visited  this oity he was
urged to have a mail service established from the terminus of tho
Northern Pacific Railway to New
Westminster direct.    Thia has not
been done, aud there does tot seem
to be much probability of its being
done.   The want of sueh a service
is felt seriously by every business
man un the mainland,     li is nlso
felt by  immigrants Who are -now
coming   to  this province in large
numbers.    From Tacoma to New
Westminster, via Victoria, coats a
good deal more than doable the cost
of coming from Tacoma to New
Westminster direct.    The subsidy
required would be very reasonable,
and there is every probability that
part of it would be contributed by
the United   States government if
the matter were properly laid before
them.   Our publio roads in the rail,
way   belt   is   another grievance.
Many of the landa within that belt
are absolutely ahut up against settle,
ment because there are no roads.
As tht lands belong to the Dominion government, und tho province
receives nothing from the sale of
them, it is surely reasonable to expect that the Dominion will at least
aid 'in the construction of roads.
But this has not been done.   There
are other grievances of whioh we
need not now apeak.    It nay be
that if onr representatives at Ottawa had not so thoroughly identified
themselves .with the party now in
power, these grievancea might have
been removed.   We do not say thtt
they should have gone into opposition; but they should have nude it
known that they woro independent,
and proposed to proscrvo their independence, of all party politics. They
would then have received th* respect of the house, and their petitions would have boen more apt to
receive consideration at the hands of
the government.
Teacher Wanted.
A COMPBTKHTTBACH-rj-J»v»»l-
A. eil lor Langley Ffelrle School. Duties
Port Woody.
TKSDERS Will. BE RHCEIVBD
by the undersigned np to noon on
Tuesday, tbo 1Mb Instant, tor the extension of Front street, from tbe end of. the
present street to the railway wharf. Specifications can be seen ot rayofnoe. The
lowest nor any tender not neoessarlly.ao-
BNBY V. HDMONBS,
copied.
ap5-t,l
Land Agont.
County Court
vruTiea it herebv gives mat
JN the next silting of tho County Court
will lie held on Wednesday, Hie ith day
ft June, 1W,
nntrd 1th April, 1884,
lip.rtil
K. A. JENNK,
Bealstrar Comity Cmirl.
. New Westminster.   .'
UtTOTIOB.
A COURT O* ASSBIZB and nf Mil
Prius, and of Oyer nntl Terminer unit
■ol Genera) Gnol Delivery will bo lipid nt
[Alton on Thursdayi tlio 22ml day of May.
IM. Ily Command,
JNO. ItOBSON,
Provineltttftiwi'tiiir.
IT. K. cnoASnAILR. A. W. JOHlW.
0R0A8DAIUE & J0NI8,
KealKMalc «|eitn aad Br titer*.
Particular attention pnid to lhe sale of
■ farming lands.
Money to loan at low rates of inU-res! on
Improved farm.*).        .  ,
Large lists of town and country property
for sale.
Port- Moody Agent, Mr. Charles Foster.
Offick—Government St, near Bruughton,
YlrlorU, B. €.     P 0 box 161.        itpMc.
■■■!
Valuable Farming
AND OTHER
Lais fM Sale,
THK I NDEfUlGSKD OFFER FOR
sale the undivided one-half intercut
In tho following lands, lately owned by
Elijah John Betts, deceased, in the New
Westminster District:
1 Lot au, Group 1, containing 180 acrt'8,
well cultivated, mid hnving vnluablc
buildings thereon.
2 Lot 22, Block 4, nortii range 7 west
(Lulu Island), containing 100 acres,
_ Tho Island In the Fraser river between Sea Island and the Mainland, being Lot 286, Group I, containing Vl acres.
1   A Int in the town of.Liverpool.
TENDERS
For the nbove properties, or nny of them,
will be received up to the 1st of May next.
The highest nor any tender not necessarily accepted.
Full particulars on application to
CORBOULD & McCOLL,
Solicitors, New Westminster.
April IM, IBS!. Dp5-8t
AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB
WlllljivctUclrflrhti-cif-jrmOiKciu tlio
Drill   died!
■--■ON— •
EASTER MONDAY,
Tke Htb April, 1884,
When will lie presented the celebrated
Comedy of
GA8TE
poors open at 7:30 p. m.; performance will
commence nt 8 sharp.
• Reserved scats, 75c; bnck seals, GOe,
Tickets can be procured at W H Keary 'a
and T K Pcarson A Co's book stores, whero
wilts can be secured.        , nps-td
"w-d-wfi
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPRESS
The attention of the publlcJs called lo the
REDUCTION^
I» «ur rales «r Express FrelglitflLl
Money   Remittances   from Victoria
nnd Intermediate points, aad to
NsHHlntonndpolnMoH the Unil     '
Coast.
Hr-aclsagreo aaid. :Far«eJs,'
Not containing any extra valuable ordan*
gerous compounds, under
15 Ibg to Yale , , 25 cents
DO Kin from Victoria .25 cents
et^COlTBY'
In currency or bank uotcit, Insured against
aiiy loss whatever, per 8100
To or from Victoria....; \hlM...._-
To or from Yale AnllpolntHln the
interior ....GO cents
FRANK S. BARNARD, Manager.
FRED HOMER, Front Btreet, Agent at
New Westminster. np2-tc
BARGAINS
—nt—
2nd April, IBS'.
ap-'2
NOTICE.
SITTINGS of the  County  Court
of New Westminster will be nold at—
Yale .Monday iflth Mny, mt.
Lytton Thursday 22nd May, 1884.
Kamloops ..Friday. 80th   Mny, 18ftt
Ry Command,
•   JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary,
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
2nd April, ISM. m>5l2
Gold Bracelet
LOST, IN THIS OITY ONSUNDAY
Mnreh 80th. a gold bracelet. The finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving It
at this otlice. ap2-2t
$5 Reward.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid for Information lending to the recovery of two blue mul whito row boats
marked A 0 and taken from tbe Mission
in February. Address F. T. HOLT, Agont
A. Onderdonk, Port Hammond,    npMo
Executors' Notice.
EsrATK ok Francis Guest, Dkchakkd.,
fm\   ,   H asm
Port Moody.
Sew Westminster,
Port Hammond,
Fraser Valley,
.VOU SALE llV.
C. D. BAND,
Real Estate BrolCBi
.AND.
NOTARY  PUBLIC,
Columbia Street,
 ORDERS   FOR	
SURVEYING
PROMPTLY ATT ENDED TO.
MONEY TO LOAN
-ALSO-
Agnl k Iii, fin ui W
ALL  PERSONS  HAVING   ANY
A, claim against the lato Francis Quest,
formerly of I**wgloy.rorniort deceased, are
required to send the sumo In writing, with
full particulars, properly verified, to John
Armstrong, Mud Bur, within one month
from this date; and all persons Indebted
to the said Francis Quest nre required to
pay to the snid. John Armstrong the
amount of their Indebtedness within ono
month from date.
Dated the 1st day of April, 1681.
.tno. armstrong,
wm. a. Mckenzie,
iip'Mm       ''- Executors.
if
Lot fi, Block 97, and Lot J, Block IA, I'ort
Mootly, being part of Let 90, Group 1,
AVw Wcstminttcr HUtrict,
YI7IIERKA8 THB CERTIFICATE
VV of titlo of George Butchart to the
above mentioned lots bearing date the
18th dny of October, A. I). 1882, hns been
lost and application has been made fnr a
duplicate of suoh certificate. Notice is
therefore hereby given that such duplicate will be Issued unless cause be shown
to the contrary In writing within one
tnnnth from the date hereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEGQATT,
Aetg. Rcgr. Genl,
Land lteglstry Oflico, 31st Mnreh, 1881.
lj (npiml)	
ftttf
NOTZCB.
TO MAD COHTRaCTORS.
SEALED TENDERS Will bo received by
the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works up to Noon of MONDAY, 7th
April, for certain works and repairs required to be performed upon Section two
of tho Wagon Road, between Port Moody
and New Westminster, tonders which
were recently opened not hnving been
Accepted.
Specifications ean tie seen, and.form of
tender obtained nt Lands and Works Office, Victoria, or at New Westminster.
The lowest or nny tender not nbceswirlly
accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General,
Lands and Works Dept.
Victoria, B.f\,nt«rMnrch, 1881.   [npstd
The following very eligible and valuable property will be soltl nt PKIVATR
MALE. Full particulars furnished Ou application to the undersigned:
Southwest }\ section, block 30, township
2, Surrey; ltw ncres: 80 ncres prairie; 80 aid-
er bottom; within *\)m miles of New Westminster. The making of an excellent
farm, close to n gootl market.
Eighty acres, north % of northeast % oil
section ll, township 2, with rond running
through to Mud Bay; tl miles from New
Westminster;'alder bottom, with lit to
south.' To be sold nt n bargain.
J. iioNsoau'B Ranch, Langteyt lot 825,
group 2,162 nores; ,10 norcs under cultivation; orchard, large barn,- stable and cab*
In. This is one of the cheapest pieces of
laud In the market.
Uurlou Prnlrlo, back of Rl. Mary's Mission, 1448 acres of ns good Innd ns therein
In the Province;-nil in-one block; very
nenr the line of tho C.P.R.; has ouo small
house thereon. This is 11 rare chance for
one or more parties desirous of getting a
largo farm, fordniry purposes especlnlf"
, NorlhncsL ■:,' of s-ei-tiun (1, township 4; 1(10
acres; an improved farm, with rertlflcato
of Improvements.
Northwest M,of section 22, township 11.
The Booth Farm, Ladner's Landing; 241
aeres, nll prairie; 00 under cultivation, and
200 under fence; good dwelling house ami
fnrm buildings.  A grent bargain.
One nearly new Pinno, by Challenger
f London.  Price, 9250.
One second hnnd lluggy.
T.J. TRAPP.
np2-to
Mvmmmmmm
Assistant Wanted.
"KING HENRY"
TiriLLMAKETHE SEASON ATBEN-
|V ■ son's farm. Ladner's Landing. King
Henry In 17 hands high, in good condition
and. will, weigh this season 1700 Bis. For
particulars apply, on the farm, to
mlilMm J. R BENSON.
asTOTIOB.-
Estate of J. \V. Hennessy, Deceased.
ALL  PllRSONB HAVING  ANY
A claim'ngnhiRt Jmnes W. Hennessy,
law of New Westminster, hotel keeper,
deceased, pro required to send sumo in
writing, properly verified, to the under*
signed on or before22ndApril, 1884. And
all persons Indebted to said James W.
Hennessy are requested to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to the undorsigned
on or before said'day.
Dated Slot March: 1881.
1    D. S. HENNESSY,
inhsa-lm       ' Executor.
MESSRS.
1
Respectfully beg to inform tho public of
New Westminster and District that
thoy havo commenced business aa
Luna Surveyors .(Draughtsmen
Real Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers, Acconntants,&e.
And are now prepared to receive Instructions In their several branches.
All business placed in their hands will
recolvo prompt attention.
They have for sale Town and Snimrbnu
Lots In Now Westminster,
Town iiOts tit Port Moody, Port Hammond and Lots; on .town.sites a)
nestings, Granvltlo and
English Bay
Also farming lands on tho Lower Frasfcr.
Ofllce—Front'Htrekt,
TBINTDBISS.
T
Plu
■ENDERS   addressed   to   tho under-
signed   nnd   endorsed   '-Tender for
lumper Pass Lighthouse," will bo re-
_.lved nt Ottawa, up to 10th day of APRIL
next, tor tht construction of n Wooden
Lighthouse Tower with Keeper'i
Ing nttnehed, nnd Out-bnlldlngs, 1
glna Point, Mayne Inland, at the c
Keeper's Dwell-
tidings, on Geor-
glna Point, Mayne Island, at the cut ranee
to Plumper or Active Pass, District ol
Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Plans nnd Specifications can be seen,
and Forms pf Tender procured by intend
ing Contractors, nt this Depart incut, Otta-
"*-   '     -*■ "lis "- -     *
MI
WM. SMITH,
__.. at tho Agency of this Department,
Vinton*, and at the Pout Offlee, Nnnnlmo.
Deputy Mini tier of
Marine d Fisheries,
Department of Mnrlne <fc Fltmcrlos,
Ottnwa, aril March, 1884.       mhS(H2
SEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned, nnd endorsed "Tender for Additional Cell Wing, Boiler House,
Ac, Penitentiary, New Westminster,
British Columbia," will be recived at this
offlce until MONDAY, the 5th May next,
Inclusively, for tho erection and completion of AdtlUlusl Cell W|a|, Boiler
•tr., at British Columbia Penitentiary. Plans, and specification can be
seen at the Department of Public Works,
Ottnwa, and at the offlco of Hon, J. W.
Trutch, Dominion Agent, Victoria, It. (,'.,
on and after Tuesday,-the lst April next.
Persons tendering aro notified that tend-
rs will not be considered unless mndo on
the printed forms supplied, nnd signed
with their actual signatures.
Etjeh tender mnst be accompanied by
.. j-j j^jjij 0heqUe| nm,-e nsynble to
the Honorable the Minister of
 Jcs, equal to /tee jxrr cent, ot the
Ountqfthetendortiwhieh will he for*
an neemffd bank cheque, made nsynble to
ie order of the Honorable the Min 1st*   ~
""     kS,i*t>|l "
he ten
    party> 	
contract when called upon to do so, or If
Public Works, filial fa jltv per cent, ot thu
»Umnt of the tender, which will be for*
ted If the party declines to enter lulo a
he fall to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender bo not accepted, tho
cheque will bo returned,
The Department will not bo bound to
aaoept the lowest or any tender.
Br order. F. H, ENNIS,
Hoeretary.
Department of Publio Works,
Ottawa, Mareh l«h, 1884.       hthSKrM
E.G. PRIOR,
Direct Importer nnd Dealni-ln
, HABSWABE,
STEEL     .v;
 AND—.   .
Agricultural
Machinery.
Sole Agent for
De-trlng Twin* Binders, Bnckeye Mew
ers, Waiseu SnlkyRake,MeoNlrr
OrlU A nmnilrast Herder,
JfaylMden,   Chatham   Waten-i,
HlMtsol* I'hlef Threshers, Kir., Ktc.
IPlaxiot -Tt- Cultivators.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
RJMni
EXTENSIVE
AUCTION SALE
The undersigned hns been Instructed by
the Executor of the Into' J. W, Hennessy to
sell by public miction, on Ihe premises,
corner of Edinburgh aud Montreal Hts,,
known ns Hennessy's Ranch, on
Wednesday, April IB, 1884,
Tho following valuable propcrty.'-yls: 1
thoroughbred Berkshire Boar, impprted,
and a moat valuable animal t pedlgra will
**- induced at salo, or mny be seen on
-_. -Icatlon to the auctioneer; fi breeding
Bown;fl yearling Hogs: 10 Pigs; ITurke;
nobbier, nnd Hon: lOWse; 11 Oh '
4 Caws and 1 Calf (ji npwlt called]'
"    Tools; isot
I
es] 1 set'anrfoii-TwfsrrsotWulile	
ness; 1 set Mingle Harness: il pair Tugs nnd
Hemes; 1 lot »-—-■-■--*■■'**—
dlea and BrldL , ..
Utensils) 1 lot Carpei
tglo Harness: il pair Tugs nnd
t stable implements; SHad-
dies; 1 Btovo and (looking
t Carpenter's Tools; 2 tons of
Hay, more or loss; l set Blocks and Fall; 2
wSj- '"- ■ ""-* ■ "— -— ■
Oral
. ..rt of lot 17, blook, W, containing
with good hprso and cow stable; alls
Hells; 1 Farm
*■ pole or shafts, „..,
 -ni-* <-r less.    Satartan
Part of Itjt 17, block,. W, containing 1
BuckTjoaniiwith pole or shafts; > 1
125 Cords Wood, more or less.   Inl
„ shed, granary, eahln.ehtekon houso
Ao, Hubnrbun lot. corner Edinburgh and
I.nnd.m mi*., vacant, **nielnlnii I aero,
with never-fnlllni strenmofhemtlful wnter. Bate at 11 o'clock a.m. Terms cash,
mbfttd
Houses
CBVBRAIi FINE < AURIAOE AND
Team Horses for Male at the VICTOBIA TRANflFBH. CO'S STABLES,
Corner OoTernmeut and' Johnston
Streets* Victorin. Also, neiv and
■ecouil-linnrt Vehicle*of aildcscrlp-
tfuikg^ jnh22-lm.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
' wo tho undersigned Intend making
application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to lease
from tho Provinoial Government, the
following described lnhds lu New Westminster nUtrlot;    ■  .
No. J. Commencing nt n squared treo
about 20 chains northeast from the north-
east corner of the Secochum Reserve, on
the Mqunmish river: thencosouthwesterly
on dividing line between grass land and
timber Innd, n distance ot fi miles; thence
nt aright angle In a southeasterly direction, a dlstnnce of \% miles, to bnsoof
mountain; thence northeasterly, following base of mountain, a distance of 0
miles; thenco northwesterly a distance of
IK miles to point of commencement; containing -1800 acres, moro or less.
No. 2, Commencing at n point about GO
chains due cast from tho Intersection of
the Mcmequcin nnd Squttmlsh rivers;
thonco enst 100 ehulns; thenco south IOO
chnins; theuce west 100 chains; thence
north 100 chains to point of commencement. Said Innds being required for timbering purposes,
DkBECK BROS. A'.CO.
New West., Slur. 14th, 1KM.        mhlO-lm
ToFanners!
An Oppoilanlly now offered (or the lm
prove ment ef Hlock.
TUB  VI NB  PRHCIIRRON NOR.
mnn stallion     •  ' * ''
FRINGE NAPOLEON,
Will, stand nt Chilliwhack for the ensuing
season, commencing April 1st, Prince
Napoleon is a dappled bay -with black
points and a whito strip lu fnee; stands on
short legs.Is 15% hands high, and weighs
In condition 1550 fts; be wns bred by WC
Myerof Oregon, his dam being Jcnnctte,
frothy Imported White Prince; his sire Is
*en..Floury, No. 8W, P N B B.    He Is free
from vice, Is perfectly healthy nnd sound,
and a sure foal-getter, and is without
doubt the best bred Norman horse In the
ties at a distance wishing to brood to tho
nbove horse will havo pasturage provided
free of chnrge.   Mnres sent by steamer
nbove horse will hnvo pasturage provided
free of charge. Mnres sent by steamer
will be met tit tho landing and delivered
on board at the end of season freo of extra
charge. All possible caro taken, bnt tho
owner will not be responsible for accident
to mnres. ■ For further pnnlcttlars nnd
terms apply to
OEORGF/WIBSON, Keeper,
mlilO-lc . ChllllwlHKik.B.C.
Briette Sat HI
 -*'-  ■ ' ■■■'•
i '
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers and dealers In nll
kinds of
Rough & Dressed LnmbJir,
Shingles, Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAY8.
We Intend lo keep a full stock of -
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds, -
Mouldings
io., Ac, Ac, III fai'l
E^eryiuing in Woodwork
That will be required to •
FINISH A HOUSE
From bottom (o top.
Orders for Mrroll Hawing,
imA akaplng, will be promptly and carefully attended to.  Wc pay particular attention to I he manufacture of gootl, dry
Salmon Boxes.
And wo believe onr customers will benr
us out In saying that vrn make
Al Belt eilll-1--, BOSH Ofi lltO RjfaTe
Wo sincerely Minnie (hose who have favored us with their patronage In tho past,
nnd beg td solicit' a .continuance of their
favors.i During the past winter we hnvo
mnde extensive additions to our Mill, ami
pan] now flit orders more promptly nnd
cheaply than ever. Wti have chartered
thoatcamir "Iris" for tho season,and will
therefore be able to deliver Lumber
promptly.' We havo nlso to announce to
Uiecltlxensof Perl NiMMly that we have
offered n brnnoh of our business at thnt
place, ami will be able to All orders from
therein a few days.   *, .    ,.
DnBRCK BROS. A CO,
.IOH. aoi-DflTONK, Auctioneer, | ^ew wesUttlneter, Mar Sflth, lsst.        [to
to Poultry Reisers.
Langley Prolflc.
TheFamilyWelcome
mHIS IS ONE, OF THE LARGEST AND
X best story papers published In America. It Is full of ilory awl Beamce, WU
ud BaMor* Aaeedele awl Adventore.
In foot, there will not bo a single lino of
dull reading In it. Published the 1st and
15th of every month. Terms, tl per annum In advance. Agents wanted everywhere, Samples free. Address, "The
Family Welcome," London, Ont. [mh8-lm
WHOLKBALK k RBTAIJi
eeeeccecceceecce ecceeeeeeeeeee
COLUMBIA STREET,
KEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
18.I.UH,
Next Holbrook's Stono Building,
COLUMBIA----STREET,
NEW    WESTMINSTER.,
IMroRTKn AND UKAI.RR IS,
Dry floods, Clou-Ins,
Ruts and Millinery.   . ■
fancy flnodH, Jrwelrji
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Olsars and Tobaccos,
Frails and Confectioner}.
.Stock largo and woll selected. All
Goals first-class, and will be sold at
very low prices for cosli.
mhM M. ECKSTEIN.
IllllallffillsalffilfcSsS
n*rin-*inHnH--.---inHniE---inpiw
usososto y.as sr.usas f^g* ■?*-"-?-££ \_
SELLING6UT
SELLING OUT
SELLING OUT
E-feSs^-s&^'s's-el
^,^^^^ej<<l.^^^^-«eji^^^^lei.
nujiiui
Will sell his vslntble stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GEN ERAL MERCHANDISE
GENERALMERCHANDISE
GENERAL MERCHAEpiSE
At a great reduction on
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Hats & Caps,
Groceries,
Provisions
AND EARTHENWARE
10 por' cent, off Grocery Invoices
30 per cont. off Dry floods
FOB CM ONLY
ie stock Is In good ordtr, and of first-
class quality.   Sale commencing
TODAY
Will contlnuo until April Strnd
CONE AND SECI1RB A U-MA11.
WILLIAM RAE
Lnndbom'. Blook, Columbia Street
(mMOtc)
NOTICE.
M   Wt
British colnmbla Penitentiary,
pKtlUIBIiiO—A Tt.d»  iM.l.WStW
XV (or B.C. l*enltentuiry,4s3*allor; must.
a good cutler wid fltw. Apply to thi, '
irden. ' By Order.
, A. H. MoBHU)E, W»l)l.n.,
Wai
JaWc
DRESS-MAKING!
rAD-lME TAYLOR -Mad HELLB.
 Hl» beg to inform the Ladles
*-i,ixs^\WBtiBEaet
the premises ndjolnliw, Mr. Bison's Tailor
Shop. Columbia street,'and will execute
work In the Latest Btyles and nt moderate
prices.  Fancy Work tnitght.       jaJOml
Han Wanted.
ONR WHO CANTAKK OHAROK
of and inn a Huntington Shingle
Shingle Machine. Steady employment.
an4 good wages to a first-class mint - No
other need Apply. ,    .
R. STEVENSON,
Jy7-tc] ChilUwIiaok,
NOTICE.
PABHES LOCATING AND PRE-
s empting Und sre hereby notified
that Und wfthln the limit, of the Hasting. Saw Hill Company's Iuh Is not
open (or settlement, and that sny one
enjering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass. '   '  '
niCH'D II, ALEXANDER,
do8-to Manager.
F. F. NELSON,
HAS   JUST   OPENED  A  NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
When will he found s full .took of
Brjr Ooods, Groceries, and Sen*
,     eral Herebandlse,
Which will bo soltl at New Westminster
Prices. •  *■
...»l fw -l.rll, Asaerica. AecMeM !■•
annwe. Cuepwy.
S*r Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
lesn-tc.
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to  ..„ i ,
WHLIiH HcLEAH,
Real Estate Agent and Cqnvey-
■  ancer, Port Moody, B. C.
:__ jalS;tc ■ 	
A CHANCE
At First Cost
.;' Ail'tho rcmnlnlntt stock ot
Ladies' Winter Jackets
And Tllslers AT COST. _
To look nt llio goods and enquire tlift price '
' ' isnli lusk.
mc   O.Q.MAJOR.
&
-IMPORTERS-
&
MERCHANTS,
nomi« • NtwwnHimiis
OFFER FOR SALE
Kiln, Snperlne Md Srun
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDUNQS,
A.IV»
OIL CAKE,
OAT8,
OATMEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agent, tor Paoifio Cout Steamship ft.
(jsiM
PACIFIO
WORKS
COUMMA    8TIKT,
New Wcsteiwter, B. €.
WAGGONS.
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
..-mRr....,
Apioultnial Implemmta.
' ', SIS.    .!.'..     '• I'.
Painting   and . Repairing
neatly dono.
a win « mm em m m.
J0HMT0N * Um,
twHto] Piomusiss ADVtrrrnjNO  RATM.
Transient Advertisements.—First insertion, 8 cut. por Mite; subsequent insertions,
^otB.perlfne..    ■■;   -   -
Regular. Commercial and Business Advertisements.—1 column, til! pur month;
% col., 17 per month; H col.,$4_per month;
iflncbeH, B per month; 1 (noli, ILW per
month. These rates to be charged on
standing advertisements which- remain,
over 8 months. If for m lew period the
rates will be: 1 col., 116 per month: J-, col.,
ta: ^ col., IJ; 2 Inches, 18; 1 Inch, 82.
Specials, among reading matter.—First
Insertion, IU cts. per Hue; subsequent Insertions, Sets, per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths. 81 each.
Funeral notices acoompanying death no*
Nos,I«|;e£s.71 ft **1\ l    -
BW All transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonparlel,
which makes 12 lines to the Inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines must be
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for lesi than 11.00.
UNION LODGE Nn, •-. A. F.
, A A* at.-Tho regular Communications of this Lodge are
.   .    4 held on the first Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren aro cordially Invited to attend     WM. HOWAY,    «
fe28-to $■_      ._ Secretary.
A3
rpBMPBH*N0K«W0MAN'8 CHRIS*
JL tlan Temperance.Union meets every
Wednesday at 8 r*"  '*-t-*,-"w •-
rv Rfiturttay u  _
Free Reading Rooju,, More
Bond of Hope meets
:80 pji).   Blue Ribbon
>svery Saturday ut 2:8
and W.C.T.U. Free R , __. ._
open ovory evening from 7:80 to 0:30.
a) and Literary Enwrtalnraonttwllh
hmonts, overy Wednesday evening
street, .
Musical — —~~v,
Kefreihmonts, overy
from 8 to 0 o'clock.
odnesday	
mhl2-tc.
-She ftitish Columbian.
BaMrt.r Martial, April s, last.
Per str. Gipsy, from Tacoma, Apr. i—
A Cowan. 0 D ttand|Cook Bros. 1)H Curtis
* Co, o wiser, H Klobhoff, Johnston*
SnilHi, J rttard, Kyle A Tllioo, Mow. Hilton, Mrs M*A Ketltoln, Jaa Wise, I Rous-
seau, Mrs EOold, Trapp Bros, WRMe-
Gaw, Mrs AfMSli, J McPherson, C Mc-
Donoueh, 0 O Major, J Cunningham,
I'ostlll^ros, W MeColi; J C, W S Wright.
—i—i 'sJi.'Sii'l iiii * i—jqiJaesat
pawmsm.
Per str. Enterprise, from Victoria, Apr. 2
-Messrs W B Fraser, (S R Wldsor, .1H Clm-
don,HHodlck,EHInd.
For str. Reliance, from Harrison Kiver,
Apr. S-Mr ond Mra York, Misa Nicholson, MIbb Sinclair, Messrs steady, Lodge,
Kniiht; Hudson, Hall, McColl, Marten,
Colder, and 10 others,
Fer-str. Gipsy, from Tacoma, Apr. 4—
D Cr.ttr.ton. * HHocKoy, G I, Jackson,
J Wlsslns, Ja. Best A wf, D Robinson,
Thos Allen A wf, Martha Allen, Mary
Allen, and 5 Chinamen.
Fer Str Princess Louise, from-Viotorlu,
Apr. .4—Mrs Troup, Mrs McDonald, Mrs
Trew. Mr. Turner, .Mrs Horsey, Mrs Harvey; Miss Turner, Rev Gilbert, Capt-Rob-
liMon, Messrs B Humane, Tumor A son,
Guichon, Lawson, Larry, Heathorn,
Frnn-tlln, and 15 others.
Per str. Reliance, iroln Port Hammond,
Apr. 4-Ulshop Sillitoc nnd wifo, Mrs A
Lindsay, Messrs Htrout, Nell Blook, McMullen, James, Welch, Burke, revlne, J
Mlllor, and 4 Chinese.
The subscription list of The Columbian keeps on steadily increasing.
Mambsrs of the Athletic Club are
invited to meet next Monday night.
Mr. Joseph VYise boRan work on hia
Port Moody road contract last Thursday, r, ■ • ■• ■ ■   ■
It it said lhat tha Enterprise will be
withdrawn from this route for the
present.  .    . .*   ■-!.'/'•»'
Mr. D. 8. Curtis leaves tor Ihe east
by Ufa atr. Gipsey this morning, on a
business trip.
Messrs. Corbould & McColl advertise a number of valuable properties
in anothsr column.
Tender, ara invited for the extension
ot Front at., Port Moody, to the railway whaif.   See adv.      . .     ,
MesViV. CbVlwuld A McColl hsve re-
! moved to their, commodious new offices
ou tha comer of McKensie and Clark-
aonst.        "
Th. Chinos, are about to establish a
bank at Viotoria. It is a branch of a
Ohina"bah», and Mil Wa **»,«»
capital.
Att.ation is oiled to the new advertisement of Mr. 0. D. Rand, real
estat* broker, eto., whioh appears in
another column.
OnionY from seed planted on Ib,
MoQea's fstnt, North Arm, ara over
two InetiM high, and lettuce will aoon
bt ready tot -ns.,
In anothsr oolomn will be found
particular, of tha entertainment lo ba
given by th* Amateur Dramatic; Club
.on«Wt>---   "
Tlii sir. PsilusW LeuUa arrived
from Victoria, at 3M jrtsteriay after-
noon with 33 pasMngers and SO ton.
freight for thii oity.
Mr. J. McMullen, who arrived bom
San Francisco on Tuesday, has tout
op to look altar tha cantilever bridge
over/the Fitter at Lytton.
MBBHsaanasasBepBaas
The"sfr/rapW Went roumHoPort
Moody and landed the machinery for
tho now saw mill to be erected there
by the Messrs. Burr Bros. .Going up
the first narrows, at English Bay, she
grounded, but floated off when the tide
came tip.
The Blue Ribbon programme lost
Wednesday night consisted of a speech
from tho chairman, Mr. W. R. Austin,
a song by Mr. DeBeck, several choruses
by the choir, and readings by Miss
Mildred Major, ■ Miss Neil, and
Messrs. Tom and Willie Mclnnes.
At the Hurrey election held on the
24th ult. Mr. W. 0. McDougall was
elected reeve, and Mr. J. T. Morton
councillor in place of Mr. Boothroyd,
resigned. An election will be held today to till the -place made vacant by
the resignation of Mr. McDougall.
A Chinaman in the Victoria gaol is
pronounced to have leprosy. It is
difficult to know what the authorities
oan do with him.   If the Dominion
{[overnnietit refuse to allow us to regu-
ite Chinese immigration it is only fair
they should bear the expense of a
hospital for lepers.
■
From Tacoma. — The str.- Gpisy,
from Tacoma, arrived at 1:15 yesterday
afternoon with 10 passengers and.85
tons of freight, She expects to leave
for Tacoma thia morning. *
Oouircv. Court.—Tliis couift met on
Wedneaday, Judge McCreijrSj} presiding.   The undefended essi
wore
Ijourned
^^tolbatji
that the judge's health is*wry poor,
snd It Is probable he will havo to retire
for a while from octivo work..,
disposed of, and th. court
fer bn. week.   We are'
Mc)
was in I
t year It bios.
Oa the 88th of 'last month S.rgt
cMurphy's peach tree, in thia city,
JmXffimbm.'.'.: "
Tha ladies of tha W.fl.T. V. will
gin a social and literary entertainment
n> tb* Stating Rink'next Wedneaday
evening.   AdmisiioD, DO el..
We undmland that than an about
30 man at work on .the ditchsa whicli
at* bain, constructed by tha Royal
Oity Planing Mill. Oo. in Surrey.
Tha tot BoHo returned to this oity
pn ThWBtaaj, and bar boiler was tattaS
TMtorday by th. steamboat inapaotor.
Wo btUavotho raaeilt wss entirely sot-
isfsctory.	
Attar the Ulhlnst we understand
than will ba four mall, a wttkbt-
twtan Victoria and Ala oity, and tht
aana tarries will probably extend as
farsaVslt.
Mr. H. K. Oroasdailo, the well-
known real estate agent of Viotoria,
haa taksji Mr. A. W. Jonas into part-
asMUnjasht teUUhw a bualnsas card
in tr-otntr oilwiun. ■:;."   '*■
To-morrow will be film Sunday.
indrawn, on thalt hit*.
TUinatWiwrtiB-Mabwutlful ba
yond dawripliop.i Hi* Held, ire
.rwywh.ro gnu, tsssn tnss an wt
in ltaf, and tlw sir it h>d with tha
adora.ndsausioofwstsaor.
Ptnona complain aWtr th* ueeto-
UeMd Ms of tha .!&■» an OEt
ton st. lunar ot 'heOolonlsl Hotel.
Soma serious accident stay happen to
pmon.pu.lng oT.rtiat sidewalk at
night ....   . -. ., .-..,., r,,,,
A -all-breed f.II off tht.tr. BelL.no.
at Un wharf oa Mwala*«l|ht and wu
drowsed. Th. body Wi bind on
Wadtasdayand inttmol it the publio
The Vicioria Timn haa been oon-
,J—"jr aalannd, and p««i'ls s y»ry
appaannoa.   Tht Bra-Viro-
i. BidUtm, publnhed at Ed-
tm
•wnlon; ill tht' nortli-waat territory,
wtn HHI mutk larger tban tht Timei.
A abort that sajo tht local organ ao-
outHl TnaOottnrsuKof alsapplying
a will known Taatin quolatlon. in hb
iMt taw. h. makM n» of thttipnt-
slot, "Vai miasri miM," which ht pro-
ftan. to quoU from Tsia OotuiiaiiN.
Bat ws wrott IfmHnK,-1 which is
cofnet, and tht organ man nakta an-
aibtrmtw, of IL We an afraid our
contemporary's ont of than pawns
lo wi™; tht Romans would havt ap-
pUaa Ik. term, nomint ummmatiou.,
WllWWl.!'...»«l.tVvi.'
Brick Varh.—Mr. Henderson, lately arrived from Ontario, proposes to
sstablish a brick yard hen if he can
secure a suitable location. He has hsd
about 20 years' experience in brick
making, aad professes to bo coinporent
to turn, nut0tat-clnss work. A brick
yard 'ought to pay. handsomely, and we
should be exceedingly glsd to see one
in operation.        _.	
Thb Tacom* tloort.—We: under-
atand that the line steamer Quo. E.
Starr will tako the plana of the Gipsy
on the route between this city and
Tacoma, and will make hor first trip
on or before the 16th inst. It is expected she will make two trips a week.
This arrangement will give great satisfaction to tho people of this city and
the mainland generally.
; —, f.     ,	
North-West Lands.—During the
year ending 30th June, 1883, tho ejunn-
tity of land disposed of by the Dominion government in the north-west
amounted to 1,831,982 acres, and Ilia
sura realised waa (708,222. The
Inures for 1882 wore 2,099,146 and
♦1,633,061. Tha dmreaat, it will be
seen, is very, largo, but it has been
caused to a great extent by the reaction
which followed the* great real estate
boom.' _
Folioh Court.—Three Indians wen
brought up yesterday morning charged
with having liquor in their possession,
and were fined $26 each. A half-
breed was fined ISO for supplying
liquor to. Indians. Mr. T. J. Trapp
was brought up on a charge nf furious
driving. Mr. Trapp said lie wns not
aware that he was violating .a city bylaw, and was lined t|, and advised not
to do It again.
Stbauro Pafrrs. — A nan was
caught at Victoria the other day in tho
Ut of stealing a copy of tha Colonist
from th. door af a aubseribw when it
had bow left by the carrier. He wa>
brought befon the police court where
he received hi. deserts. The practice
of alealing newspapers hu become a
great nuisance at Victoria, and it ia by
no OM.ni an unknown crimo even in
-his city. Then havt been uvuil instances In which copies of the Thb
Coichbu!* have bean stolen from
Ilie! doors of subscribers, and wa take
this opportunity of awing that tho first
person oaaght at tha* trick hereafter
fill bait abundant reason tii regnt
his di.hon.Bty.
! - j"i —   ♦ : .
TH.vSaa-rusir'.irt Biu,.-His Wor-
ahip Mayor'DiekinKm receive*! a telegram from Mr. Homer on Thursday to
tho following effect: "Tht settlement
bill puatd tho senate; majority 26."
Thb ends the whole matter. Tha majority ia u nearly u possiblo two.
thirds. We never doubted the ability
of the Canadian government to carry
this hill through both houses, and the
final result hs. fully justified tbe opinion and expectations of The Colum-
biak. , Having disposed at tht settlement bill, let tht pwplt of British
Columbia now addrtae thaawlvH to
those objects which wilt tnable thain
to the fullest extant to nap the bene-
fit. of that KtU.oient.
ASuoht Dirr»HRiio«.—In the annual report of the dcpartmtnt of tho
Interior, juat issued from Ottawa, we
finds table giving the mean' temperature for tha different month, at some
points In British Columbia and the
north-wait. Tills table illustrates th.
•treat contrast between tkt winter, at
Wnnpegsnd NtwWastmlnsttr. At
Winnipeg the mean tcmnaralun wai
tfJ^P'. -*£'•1*--1' H""""- J,n
6.0 (below): Ftb. 1.7 (below)! Mar.
9.4; Apr. '1.1. Th. «,$ -.ropers-
tun at thi. city for tM-aame month,
was: Nov. 39.6; Dec. 36.3; Jan. 33,9;
jM>. DJ.9- Mar. «.lj April 47.4. Tha
neans for Hew Westiniuster sn for 0
nan, tnd will gift a very good idea
ot the kind ol winters we .njoy on
tils coast.
*■".,.   ' •,	
jMriirA«T: linracnoN.-On Wed-
-Madsy afttrnoon tht New Weatmin.
mi BUe Co. wsn Inspected by Col,
Holmts, A.D.A.O, atsomptnitd by
Major Dupont, of Um Provinoial
Brigade. The' intpeetitm took placo
at the Drill Shad. The com
pauy ntuslarsd 36 officers and man,
and want through the voriou
military movements very utiifactorily.
On Thursday aftamoon Nu 1 Com-
fn1*1.«' Pnvlnoial Battery of Oarrlson
ArliUny, 3d Btrong, paraded for iii
•peetion at Market Sqnsn. and for
big gun proolioi at tbo Drill Hind.
Tn.y were put through aft the drill
exero., find showed some koowledgt-ot
military tactic. At tha oloae of taeh
nvlew Ool, Holme, addreased the
oWcer. and man of the companies,
conplimmting them upon some things,
and pointing out crtain imperfection,
whioh he had ohm-ved. On Thursday
nfcjht the oflnr. of the two companiaa
tnt.rtalned Ool. Homes and Major
Dupont »t tbo Blekhoff Houn when a
v.ry ueallent .upper hod bttnpn-
ptnd. A vary pltoawt tvenlng wm
•BtM.1 tnllvtatd by tout., apawhts
and songs. Wt understand thst Ool.
Holmts sat| Major Dupont leaf, for
Viotorlt-htanwSini,
' "AN^-CBni-aii.BiM..—tt.if s.tatsd t>y
authority that tht local government
intend to put iii force tho Anti Chinese
Immigration Hill nud tliat iipull Uio
arrival of the steamship Crusader from
Hongkong with 400Clnn.se passengers,
tlie officers and consignees will be instructed not to land them except subject to a penalty of J200 for eaoli Chinese. It is understood that tho operation of the bill will be resisted and.
that tho courts will, bo appealed to ill
the emergency. Whatever mny be the
result of the judicial appeal the government must' be complimented upon
the efforts they hnve made and aro
making to redeem their pledge to the
country. Had thoir predecessors been
one-half as earnest' in the matter the
Chinese evil would not now afflict the
country.—Colonist.
 -«, —
HHiiTiXfl Itkms.—The str. Reliance
left for Harrison River at 5 o'clock
Wednesday morning, aud the sir.
Princess Louise left for Victoria at 7.
Str. Enterprise arrived from Viotoria
at 6 Wednesdsy aftamoon .aud left for
Victoria Thursday morning at 7. Str.
Reliance returned from Harrison River
at 1.46 p. m. on Thunday. Str. Ruby
arrived from Viotoria at 0.36 yesterday morning and left for Pert Hammond at 10. Str. Princess Louis,
arrived from Viotoria at 3.16 yesterday
afternoon, and went up to Port Hammond. Str. Reliance went up to Port
Hammond yesterday afternoon to meet
the train, and returned iu Ih. evening.
Str. Ruby camo down from Port Hammond and left tor Victoria in the ovon-
ing. Btr. Gipsy arrived from Tacoma
yesterday, and returns this morning.
Oeoi.o(iii'ai. StjRVBV. — The investigations of Mr. A Bowman in ihe interior of British Columbia last summer
embraced an area of about 30,000
square milos, lying between the 118th
nnd 120th degrees ol longitude snd
tho 49th and 62dagreeaof latitude.
Through this region the Canadian Pacifio Railway will pass, and the geological surveys will, therefore, become increasingly interesting. Prepsntious
an now being made to issue a new
-map of this region, in which will be
shown the results of the labors of Mr.
Bowman last year, and the survey
made in 1882. The report of the
minister of the interior says: "The researches made in the vicinity of the
Rocky Mountains prove tin existence
of large tracts of coal-bearing cretA-
ceous rooks in the very, heart of the
range, of which the anthracite region
of Devil's head Oreek is a Bpecial development." '
In Mimoriam.—On Thursday night
a marble tablet was placed in the
Methodist church, in memory of tho
late Rev. E. White. Mr. White was
not only tbo firat pastor of the church,
but he preached the first sermon ever
hoard in this oity. According to the
records that sermon was preached 26
yean ago laat 'Thursday. It was
preached in the open air, under the
ahadow of the immense fir and cedar
trees .which then occupied the city
site, and there were 'present 61 persons. On Thursday night Rev. E.
Robson pnached from the same text
which funned the subject of Rev. Mr.
White's tint sermon in British Columbia. The tablet'is of Italian marble,
mid bears Ihe following inscription:
"In memory of R«v. Edward White,
first pastor of this church, who died
June 10th, 1872, aged 60 years. Erect-
ad by the congregation." It also contains a vena from the S66tli hymn.
Thsfavrniirr-wwdoMlvyMr.llllar.
onooMonck, of thia oity, and U vary
tastefully executed.
-_.: jtoa tiw-Jlortliitrm.
(Corra-poiKltriiee of tlio Colttmblfinj
Tht continued Huo weather Iiiih boon
very favorable for farming, in which
business there is unusual activity. A
{rreat deal of improvement, is being
made in the way of ditching, breaking
new land, planting fruit and-'ornamental trees,'etc. A number of hew
buildings, too. have gone up. Mr.
Vermilyea hits erected a commodious
two-storey house on Lulu Island, and
Mr. Kilgour a similar une on Sea Island opposite. These buildings add
much, to the appearance of the place.
The interest in the Friends'meeting
aud Sabbath school continues. The
young ladies collected a sufficient
amount to purchase an organ fur our
school, which was handed over to Mr.
Keary some three weeks ago to be sent
to Mr. Bagnsll, at Victoria, but the
instrument has not yet arrived.
The cheapest medicine iu use is Dr.
Thomas' Eoleotrio Oil, because so very
little of it is required to cflect a cure.
For croup, diphtheria, aud diseases of
the lungs and throat, whether used for
bathin-j the chest or throat, for taking
internally or inhaling, it Ib a matchless
compound.
(Corrtispoixtoncn of the C'oluinblun.)
Clinton, April 1.—The events whicli
transpired since X last wrote havo not
been particularly of general intercut.
The weather all through March has been
delightful, and there is prospect of an
early spring. Cattle wintered at their
several foraging ranches were sent forth
In excellent condition. There haa been
.niy a trifling loss in this vicinity. Cap.,
tain Meason, the indefatigable Indian
Agent, haa been here on his usual rounds.
The gallant Captain Jias carried into the
civil service the discipline which characterizes the military. He has made a
serere example of a number of opium
andliqnor sellers throughout his district,
In every locality he lias convicted, in
some instances, live persons for tiie infraction of the law.    " *   *""-,ii-
mmm
NEWS FROM Ml PARTS OF THE WOULD.
P.vms, April I.—On. Milott telegraphs that alter the capture of Huiig-
hoa, the troops will return to France.
Lonpox, April I.—The Mark Lane
Express, iu review of the Biitish grain
trade for the past week, says: The cold
weather has'.checked vegetation- apt)
wheat is not too forward. Sales of foreign wheat are slow And tedious and
generally In favor of the buyers. Business in cargoes off the coast is restricted.
Suakim, April 1. - All the British
troops are embarking for home except
the (lOtli rifles, who will remain to gam-
ion the town until relieved by Egyptian
troops from Cairo, Gen. Graham and
troops have sailed for Suez,
London, April I.—Latest advices report Osman Digma encamped in the vicinity of Tomanico, having al»ut 1,000
followers and many sheiks, and that he
1
is preparing to give battle to the tribes
friendly to the Knglish. Yesterday
evening the rebels approached within a
mile of Suakin and looted the cattle.
The inhabitants of Suakin are discoa-
tented and angry at being left by the
British to take care of,themsalves.
Caibo, April 1,—Cordon hai finally
decided to abandon the policy of concen*
Vmm. I'llBiinn I tratlng the natives, being convinced by
from I linillD. .     I repested ctTorts and failures that this &
utterly useless. His new policy will be
more vigorous and tbe first step toward,
carrying it out Egyptian soldier, detailed
to give safe conduct to parties leaving
Khartoum have received orders to return
tn the beleagured citadel Immedlataly.
London, April 1.—A Klinrtaum dispatch says: "Unless English troops ar;
live soon all will be lost."
Constantinople, April 1.—A letter
froni Asia Minor states tlmt authorized
agents of tho Turkish government ar.
attempting to close the Protestant
schools conducted by American mission,
aries.
London, April 2.- Orders have bnn
sent General Stephenson and Sir Evelyn
Baring at Carlo to report aa to ths advisability of Bending an expedition, Via
Suakin or Koroske, to Berber to assist
n 'rm^T.'ta'in the wlief. of Khartoum. . Admiral
It bdlfuonltto, Hovot ^     ^^ ^j,^, tr. k.	
bS»^»£l.?h^MdCaWllh■\m™1 of the upper Nile to aStain to
t*^SLS2 W*'«'"1 » £nlx-t flotilla will be
ofa detee«v.tooarry.ttout,wl)r..Mc:|(lblo ^ ^^V th. rim.   Adlnir,,
Hewitt's minion of taking-John of Abya*
sinia has been hastened In order that
arrangements may lie made for the oper-
- -ocarrylL „.r ^,-.-
Quire hu opened here a well-stocked
drug store. The wants of the community in this line will be now attended to
at reasonable figures.—-An Indian has
just arrived from Bridge River and re-
ports that the snow has disappeared but
Ice ia still thick on the river. Two nici
who had located last fall are taking on-,
from 120 to (30 a day.
Cominnniciitioiis.
IsironiAST Social Event. ~ An
event of soma historical intirsat occurred -at tht Elgin Houst, Port Moody,
last Wednesday evening, in the marriage of Mr. Joseph E, Wroten, of
Port Moody, and Miss Mslinda A.
Williams, of this eity. As this wss the |
first wedding at tht ttrminsl city it
produced an unusual duller of excitement in tb. community. , Whon tkt
bridegroom and  bride elect, accom-
Bnied by Mr. Wm. Insley and' Miss
aggie Nelson as groomsman and
bridesmaid, wore ushered iqto tbe dining kill ot Iks hotel, where th. ere-
nony took place, they found thein.
Salves in the presence of about 100 interested spectators, of whom one-fifth
were leeiea. Tht Bov. E. Robwn,
pastor of tht Methodist congregation,
Port Moody, officiated, and at the conclusion of the service tha happy couple
ware mad. tho rtoipiinla tf hearty
congratulations from a large number
of their friends and well-wbhsn. A
plssssnt evening waa afteriranh spent,
snd the company did not stparala unlit
afur midnight, all having MM joined
in singing ''Auld Lang 8jnt and
"God Save the Quean." The arrangement, for tht oocaaion were every way
complete, and the proprietor of tht
Elgin Home was untiring and. successful in his .Burt, to promote tha comfort and happiness of hiB gusals, It
wa. somo time ago rumored'that tht
millionaire land owners of Port Moody
would esch present a eity lot.to tht
person who got up the first wedding,
and we oould hardly imagine a more
appropriate wedding gift.
Pram Okantgoa.
(Horrespondono. of the Oolnmuuul.) '
ORAHAOOlf, March 8.—For some time
It haa been thought that we are .ufflci. j
ently civilised to warrant the safety ot  haa oppreuod llio inexpressibly to-day^,
a clergyman.   Early In January a vary and. I havt been unaol
successful subscription thn. was circulated through Okanagan and S'pallum.
oheen in aid of a re.id.nt Church of England clergyman, the result be!
satisfactory, bespeaking tht lihMaRty of
tn.redden**.   Cti.tb.rWor.iok.aop*!
St will have regular aerviaw at an early
ite. The Methodlate, too, intend to
be repreMnted, though thy ait la .
minority, th. Church .1 Eagbuai Wing
firat In number, snd the IWr/Wrtans
seend.—Th. orgsnizing af a mounted
rifle corps ts now engaging th. minds of
the sturdy eons of Okanagon and Spall-
asacheen. When the next royal rwarp-
Hon -.announced for New Westminster,
after the completion of the railway, w.
will be opei for an invitation to enliven
Church Parades.
Editor Columbian.—There is a good
deal of talk just now on the pros and
cons of church parades by our "citizen
soldiers," ss they have been bo far conducted. I think the arguments against
are by far th. stronger. But that matter, not just'now. I wish to suggest a
better plan, It is a common reproach
against volunteers that they, are only
"playing at being soldiers." Mow,
wherever tha.real military style oan be
adopted that reproach ought to be wiped
away. What I. to prevent the "leal article" itt tbis ntttt! .'Let - th. company
meet cwry Sunday msniinr, at the Drill
Shed and march in sections to their respective places of worship at the regular
hours. Let no excuse be received except
a medical certificate of ill-bealth, or necessary absence from the oity.
O i ■   :" -    ANTt-'BonlfS.
On. trial tf MotaW Craves' Warn
Exterminator will convince you thai It
has no equal as a wwm medicine, sifi
Wales and forty distinguished
were present at the funeral servittt
to-day of the Duke oi, Albany,
train containing tht-'.hi>4j«'itar
Cherbourg with military honors and
^M^mm^Xi
Nnw Ton*-, April i.-The WoMs
aptcial from London aays:, A moat tt-
traoitllnary prestntimenton thenar!
of Princt Uopold is now nlattd on
the highstt Minority. On his way to
Cannes the Prinoe waa conveyed tl
board a private yacht owned by kit!
favorite companion, Perciral. Thii
yacht waa wracked with the royal
party aboard whon but a abort dia-
tone, off Cannes. Tho wreck wat
con|plC«,.lHi« iio ftvts'*ero lort «|
help wss near at hand, but the young
Prinot was muoh proetrated by ,
Jan»,andBfonI*Tto»v«ygave
strictest orders to keep tabrat tho si
of tht accklant, because hs feared
result uf the intelligence unci
htalth of tht ftinbsss. In ti.,
noon, whtn Leopold had safely ret
hts apartments in tha Villa Nevi
he lay down to sleep away his nervi
nets and talked with hi. companion
about tht wrack. . Leopold waa unt-
aually melancholy.    Be sat at a win-
__mmm__    __-.-!* IIUHWIII," WB^MH
placo when the accident occurred said,
{dauiiv, "Percival, I don't know why
t is, but I hnve most gloomy foreboding* that 1 will have very ill luok. I
would not mind it if it nffeoted
only;  but ray evil fate seems determined to km» Iny friends share my
I believe I am doomed
ation of the Abyssinian troops in south
era Soudan. Adiriral Hewitt is timed
to reach Massowah on Thursday. King
John offers tho services of from 8,000 to
to 10,000* Abyainitus on condition tint
tho Kuglisb will guarantee an allowance
of two shillings daily to each man and
the cession of two ports to Abyssinia.
If England agrees to these terms the
AbysBinians will attack El Mahdi and
relieve Kaissala,
Suakim, April 2.—Osmaji Digma ia
actively assuming offensive He is attempting to citt off the- friendly tribes
about Hardoub and Tamanien from
water. Sheik Mahmend All is opposing him.   A battle Is expected.
London, April 2.—Dispatches from
Gen. Gordon, March 18th, state that El
Obeid is poverty stricken And destitute
of trade. A few of Mahdi's followers
are there, but there are no signs of
Mahdi's advance upon Khartoum. The
Korbbish tribe is in open rebellion against
Mahdi. ,. '-   .
London, April 2.—El Mahdi's position
is critical. His troops and the inhabitants are excited against liim, and hia
fall is daily-expected. A plot Is pending for the murder of EI Mahdi and the
members of his council.
London, April 2. —Advices from Khur-
totim state that the tribes between Senate and Khartoum are pressing forward,
mul are within three milu of the latter
place. Preparations have been made to
resist them. Trtftora found in the ranks
of the Egj-ptiaa wgonents will le in-
stantly shot.
Dcblin, Aprils.—At tlio regular Irish
Hohal League meeting, the treasurer
arts that since last meeting there had
h received £1,173, jncMuig «,000
■,    Surre; covneli.
V . Couiiuil met March 20th. I>cse»t--
newly-elected Keeve McDougall, newly-
elected Councillor Morton, and Councillors Johnston and Shannon. Comtnunl-
-.ations were received froin Hon. Jno.
Robson regarding the Nicomekl bridge;
from John Oliver,- regarding voucher;
from Geo. Boothroyd about unfinished
state of certain jobs on coast meridian;
from J. W. Pickard, asking for an advance on his contract on the Milton
.ditch; and from Wm. C. McDougall, resigning his position as Councillor, for
Ward Ho. 3. Communications from
Hou. Jno, ltobsoit, John Oliver, aud
>Geo.. Boothroyd were placed on hie.
J. W. Pickard was allowed an advance
of 808 on account of his contract, and
Wm. C. McDougall's resignation was
accepted. Tbe rules of order bylaw and
the salary bylaw were then taken up,
reconsidered, read and adopted; after
which Coun. Shannon stated thut W.
Shannon had his job on tbe Halls Prairie
road finished and desired a committee to
be appointed to inspect and receive it.
Moved by Coun. Shannon, seconded by
Coun. Johnston, that Conns, Morton and
Brown be appointed to inspect Mr. Shannon's contract on Halls Prairie road and
accept the same if completed according
to contract.—Carred. It was ordered
that Mr. John Stevenson be paid $70,
the balance due him for constructing the
Hookway ditch. Moved liy Coun. Morton, seconded by Coun. Shannon,, and
carried, that there be an election for
Word No. 3, the nomination to be held
at the Mud Bay school house on April
5th, and that Bion 11. Smith be appointed returning officer. Coun. Morton was
appointed to inspect A. Hock's job on
Cann's road and accept the same if completed n*<wNlinff to contract- ** wiu
ordered that Mr. M. O'Brien be notified j
to move his fence off the Cann road within one month or it would be taken off by
the Council at his expense. Coun. Shan*
nen gave notice of his Intention, at next
regular meeting, to bring in a bylaw for
the return and revision of the assessment
roll. Council adjourned till SOth April
at 1 p. m.
After Years or Somnixo, penotu
who have vainly sought remedial help
from other sources, nave obtained the
long desired relief from Northrop k Ly-
man's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, which puts a stop to the torments- of Dyspepsia, renews activity of
the Bowels ana Liver, relieves maladies
incident to the gentler sex, and - builds
up tailing health and strength, gives
purity to the blood, and tone to the
whole system.
% R. Pearson k Co. have juat opened
puts, very largo and varied assortment
of oiSiimc5Tlflh3Blline .*Cto*Tch- of Kng
land cun in H ui prayer' and 'hytnn hooks.
They arc the finest ever shown in tlie
my,—Adv.
9     ?    ?    9   ' 9    9
l'or all troubles, of the Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in another column.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office.' Prices will be
found lower than at any* other office In
the province.—Atlv,
Blank Forms.—Agreements of Sale,
Leases, Deeds, and all kinds of blank
forms atT. R. Pearson «%Qo'&—-Adr.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agreements of Sale, ami blank forms of all
kinds, at T. R. Pearson ft Co's. *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 7fi cts, per
set at T. R, Pearson, ft Co.'s.
Pockkt Cutlery.—T. K Pearson ft
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
Por diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam, See adv. in
another column.
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale hy C. D. RAND.*
Diaries ior 1884 at T. R. Pearson ft
Co's.—Ad ii.
.Several houses for sale by C. D. KAN D.
Tlie (ollowiiig 'Business Dliet-torj1 con*
tains only Iho name* ot persons whoso ad-
Ycrtlsemt-iiU iippcflr In the (.'-u-i'mbian.
Ii will lie fount) convenient and useful to
ncw-eomers nud persons wishing to do
business In this city. The names are given I n alpha helical order:
Dr. Bentley..
Dr. Cooper...
Dr. Garrow	
Dr. Mncl,cod...
Dr. Mothers.,..
Dr. Trow ......;i,
Dr. Wade..;	
Physleluss.
;; Agnes Htrc
from Detroit, Mich.   ' An Invmcibie at tlii coincidence between the hypothe-
Tubberauny hot turned infetwer, wid  sis, the ethnic tradition, auch as the
given the names of several landlords
whom I the sooietv had decided to murder.
^^^ CANAD^j
Ottawa, March 20.-It is expected
the resolutions proposing better terms
to be granted that Province will
to-fftlWrnand tUGovaa^mntwiUl
•Im tLttdertake to construct Mother30?l
•vmy froni Montreal to Quebec if the Canadian Pacific Syndicate are unable to
obtain satisfactory running arrangements
over the North Shore road,
London, Ont., April 2,—Twr our
Inches of snow fell here last nigh .he
snow was accompanied by phenomenal
thunder and lightning. ,    .
OiTawa, April 3. - Jhe Settlement
Bill was read a second time In tbe Senate
tonight by 41 ayes to 10 noes.. The
opporitiou advanced no argument of
weight against ths bill. The true friends
of British Colambla are greatly rejoiced
•tithe passage of this measure. In committee of the whole tonight Mr. Shakespeare moved, diet in the opinion of this
noose it is expedient to enact a law prohibiting the incoming of Chinese to that
portion of Canada known as British Columbia. This resolution, alter a long
discussion, was passed by tlie committee
J_-1 reported to the 'house. -\
the prnmnme. The city corporation
will pleise make a note of this.-Two
young nen from France were added to
our population lately; their mother and
sister will shortly follow.-Two oold
snaps visited ua in Pebrnary, 22 dog.
being registered; bnt being (rf m transient
nature, and an absence of wind, made
SmtitiL;	
In iililaj.' On tb* SOth
moderatei" and Ak. tka .LBahlW
nt*, OAr,-,,,t*io~simiWk\sii
is llsspts.lingtttlsltatarlljr, Anambar
of erWa, at . oeiMquewe, havo rant
driv.ifvot-l.rang*.
ii-L.a in . imi i —mtsmeMm.
CrniacH, Mary Vm* \
MSTMOI . „„,„„,.,
Hsv. B. Rohwn, (uttsr. rtorrlo. .1 II
a. m. and 1p.m.. Snaday Hokotttsai
BH,l.ClB».*!.S»p.m. I'r.».rM«tli»|,
Thuraday 8 p. m. WMa Km; (Mum
oardlaUylnvlBsd, ., ^
uiisfurtunas.
to bring Burnw and denth tu all those
I desire to be with ine.   This feaJiny
iiresaibly '"-ilay,-! nuu,,»i*i
He to rid '";'—'H .uMtalt
bf the thought that I would rathpr>[        ::#
dlt here than anywhere '.lit I havt
ever been.'1   Percival tried to argue]
tht Prinoe ont of his raelonoiiuly Tmi
failed to effect hia purnow. tt'it[aiI6T
died in Percival'. anil, in tlicrer|
room arid before tho vrry vindintl
whero he confided to him his forrbiift>|j
!»«••       .
.  Lonikix, April t.—It hta been
oidtd to bury the Duke of Albany
acbordaiico   with Ms wishes in '
1-oyal  vault in Bl. George's
Windsor.    The creiii
merit will be entirely pi
* do Willis
3GM
Prinoe Frtdtric William of Pruttia
will assist at the funeral. Parliament
haa adquted naulutions of condolts-w
I*u BuutA Dassar.—\ tons
ponilmt ol the teientiH,' Am.rimmi
made emit wWulalioa. of kowM
it would t.lt to fill tho Sahara •
|ttr from tht Htdllerranttn j
I fines, it would require 4,000,
ur tht water from tht Mwliten
to fill tlit valley of the Jordan,
ia  l.-OOO Met Mow tht *<*nii
waler to flow through
Kit widt by 35 fett, with a'va!
40 yean.   At the same Ht* It
toko 40,000 ^ars to fill up the
Mr. T. C. Beruhanl, public school
teacher, Norland, writes- "During the
fall ot IBS) I wm much troubled with
Biliousness aud Dyspepsiii, and partof
tne time was unable tojUttunl to uio duties of iny profeMioR. Northrop ft Ly-
man's Vegetable Discovery uud Dyspeptic Cure was recotumetulail to me, and X
have much pleasure in stating tlint I wss
entirely cured by using ofK iKitti*.   I
feb,   i.
Ui*f S«vfl U
The Polar Problem Settled.
TMEOAMWoFUMATTntaWITHWU.
Boston, March 10th.—A discussion
took place before the Boston Evangelical Alliance lo-day upon the location of the Oarden of Eden. The
Rev. i)r. -%t. Warren, President
of the Boston University, read an
elaborate paper in support of ths theory thst Adam's abode was st the
North Pole. The spesker said that
he had first begun to study tha subject because he had found ttiat all
religiou. writers wsre completely in
the dark iu regard to it. Three years
ago he publuhsd "The True Key to
Ancient Cosmogony,-' in which the
earth'wai aupposed to be a sphere
with an exactly perpendicular axis.
The .northern or celestial pole was
then deemed the abode of the ged.,
the south«rn wa. that of the demons
or evil spirits, while the intervening
lands were the habitations of shades.
The paper was divided into five
general lines of investigation, as ful-
lows: First, the results of explorers;
soooud, tht oypwaVeait that the gar- j
den wat on a prehistoric earth, whose '
condition, of temperature and cot-
mngcfay w|rt ditftrtrit /rom tht pre.
.ot; tWrt Jh.^pmhtu. iMted uudtr
ing history, Wai*, s^!ogic«TC|md
typographical,and[ialieoiitology; fourth
> 'il I* malted epgg tt all >p~
.yenr with.
onlcrias!'
II. '.'omain. (liimnnloa,. pricf^ dMcrija[*BB"
..iii.Hlum, le,. planting all Vegetable and Flowc
D.M. FERRY SCO."1"^
NORMAN'S
.' 4 Queen street Qast, Toronto, Ontario.
Tliese Elcctm-Oumtlvc Helta, Insoles
and Trasses aro Mperiar le any other
■eaK-iy known to mnn for the inmrdl*-
atr Beller and Pvmanent i'mrt of nil-
ments arising from Indixcretlon, abuse or
accident, nnd nll dlseitNesof tho blood nnd
nerves, such us
Nerve-as MMlltr*
CeMHakWMdiBeftit.
WesnkfHMMes,
Vti-tr A Awmt,
•VmmMpmUmm,
UVer-f'oMplalat,
Meepkesmess*
KMbpi eMsease*
Mclatlea,
iBdlgesilen.
Xraralfta.
Inpoteary.
 rtlle'
 Columbia Street
w Columbia street
 McKenilo Htreet
...Surrey Municipality
Lawyers.
H W Ariiiriiiiiikj lit..Columlita Mreet '
W Noriiiitn boh- Columbia street.
Corbould A AfcColl , Mary t-lreet
lusnranee Agent*.
\V.i AnnNlrong. Krontstreet
\V I) Ferris Columbia street
T It I'cunton a Co Columbia street
C I) Haml Coiumbin street
Turner, Ilcelun A Co, , Victoria I
Woods A Turner , Columbia tilrcet
Anetloueers.
W H ClnrKo. Victoria
.lo-u'pli Uoldxtone- Columbia street
Jhh Morrison .Columbia street .
TJTrupi) Cohiinblnstiwt
HnrveyarM.
Kowhc tt Uli-kiiinii Front street
WoodN A Turner. Columbia Htreet
Conx-cytn.tr*, Land Agemtt, Ae,
w, Norman Bole...... Columbia street
(Ji'oitmliillcAJniH-H.. ,,. Victoria
H V KdmondK .....Columbia street
WHFuldltiK Columbia street
W I) I'orrln ....(Joluinula street
Howhc A Ulcktiitin.n. Front street
Wm MoT«mi i!.- Port Moodv
Jiw Morrison  —rolumbla street
■Vp IUsnA;_,.„„". .tjolii" "'"
*.,PIh*l'';j — ...Cofnhibia street
Woodn A Tumor Columbia street.
.General Kfi-tkMW.   .
Mr.-* Ki-knteliil. .......Columbia street
Mrs Fniimi Oold Colombia street
C (• Mn jor. Columbia street
Win MiK'oll , Columbia street
F V Nelson Port Moody
Win line Columbia street
Turner, Beeton A Co (wholesale)..Victoria
Hardware, At,
Carriage 'Work*,
Johnston -ft Smith.' .'Columbiastreet '
Commlielon Merchants*    t.
VR Clarke...	
Homer A Son	
And a host of afflictions over which medicine has little or no control. They have
been many years before the people of
Canada, and are moro used than ever,
which speaks better for them than any
private testimonial. Consultation nnd
circulars with testimonials free.
mhlv-Sm - A. NvKMAX. M. E.
with
■u, mid e.miiu ...tM.iuu,  .uvu   a
old Hindoo, Aryan, anil Stmitio
fifth, th. hypojieais aasgretieg
detail. seghUfcrn Sj^nolMMl
in the .Mil fcyttftray such ia
Scriptural aocount uf tht ptradss.,
tha oumotic tret, tht fotr-brtnaawd
riv.r, tic.
At the North Pol. Im. that, ate
fifth of tht Iin). ia .pint in
thd more than four-fiftha ia light.
Hence it it easy to belitvt thia rt-
dto bt the ont referred to u tht
of light and beauty. Such
lt d before the Deluge might will
hi i been the abode of men ul extraordinary strength and stature and
longevity. The popular imprtation
that the far north haa evtr beta tht
'region of unendurable cold hat been
generally accepted. Science, however,
has alwwn that tlie earth i. a gradually
cooling body, and it- waa eonoeivabw
on acientific rtasona, that the region,
which firat reached the temperature
to sustain organic lift watt at tht
pule., and, consequently, tha lift of
the race' fiiighi naturally have been
there. Astronomy shuws thst this
regiiiu ia mure favored a. regard,
light' than any other. Xo mort thau
two separate fortnight, .re passed in
tliuknuxs, and thus, are relieved by
the pltira and the aurora boreali..
The cxiict letiglh of the polar day is
au latknown i|uantity, uud can bode-
tcnniiiL-il -niily by .i.baervatiuns on the
sput." Wbiiover'seeks a .Itwiation for
the terrestrial. |Niradise,'with respect
to light .ud darkness und celestial
scenery, must aeek it at the Arctic
polo. "Pl-onf. were'ndiosted to verify
the .xisloiiOB vol t great cuntiuesi
agouuii the North. Pole tiefort tha
Dilnve, with a Dora nnd fauna conais-
jth its btiog tlie cradle of the
MlU.IKSBl'Ru.  (Pa.),
A. Henry HoinboM, .a peldler, was
driving * friair Sohoylkill etunty laat
r'BM¥%
hi. |>ocMa of fOOv aud a gold t
This uionving. Hanry   Xaiholts,
Stelry store al Uvtrpool. At the
justice's offin hu said ht had gs.
oaived it- from, a. Irtuu,.. aad- tin*
teing ^arihed Wt6 wai Ibittit Upob
him; Ht Ihtii confeetd that he and
two others bad agreed to rob a peddler, but he atuullr rtfusad to give
Henry afiinVti«l tAttv) Ur—
revolvora, a wunber of silntsst1 nko-
ttatlae.
Ittaly
;--aAiii'a»ilc:>.
SiBotiBmmpi*^
Uek
"At Bute u my 48 hours sn up I'll
ht hack," said tht yoimg man, hurry-
ing off to aatth the traiu, and that wu
tha lee ke employer saw of him for
teUti, WbM Ih, wttktd iu,
iu hand and a teaming .mile
.. 'ing:
late. ^^^
on 'tfm.1* rnsred the exas-
tereed tmptoyer. "tie yon hall aix
Sttt # hours I*
i-Ofcountldo.   What else do yot
taHlir -
"Htrt you lost the use of yonr reM-
tal faculties, or art you trying, air, to
Uko unwarranted liberties with mtf'
"Why, I ani anrprlaed.   I told yon
I wanted iS hour.' reoroation, didn't
ii"1*"*"'"'''  : " ''';      ■'
,,i''Ctrtatnly,and I gavo it to you."
"J-Jm so,   And I work in the store
tight hour, a day, don't IV ' •'-
^We
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Luii n Witt ftfrfflfo
WITH UEfERKNCE TO IUE FORK
of Reply Intended to be inane In due
course to applicant, for plirohasu of Dominion Lands within tho Railway Helton
she Mainland of this Province, which was
published lu the British Colombia newspapers on the 27th November last and sub*
Suotttly, the attention ot applicants for
h lands Is called to tho provision, of
the Dominion Lands Aot, 1883. as to Homestead Rights, and particularly to sub-see-
tion 4 of Hoct lon 27 and Section 29 of that
Act, tu which provisions, na stated In that
reply, or to provisions similar thereto, all
Homestead Rights in British Columbia
will be subject.
The Sections of the Dominion Lands
Actwhl.ll govern Homestead Rights are
published in the British Columbia Gaxette
of this (lav's date.
Tho privilege of pre-empting land adjoining hind held by Homestead Right
WIU, however, Hot bo grantod In British
Columbia; nnd lt must therefore be borne
Ininiudtltat tho pre-emption provisions
of the Dominion Lands Act will not. be
made applicable to the Dominion lands
In British Columbia.    -
Duo notice will Iki given when the Dominion lends lu tho several District- arc
respectively open to Homestead Entry,
and of the appointment of locnl agents,
.before whom the affidavits, prescribed In
Section 3» of the Pomlalon Lands Aot, jre
to be mnde.      .lOSKHf W. TRUTCH,
Dominion (lovl. Agent.
VIotorln.B.C.lSthMnrch.lsIl,.
. Agon
[IS-lt
W.II, 8 into 48 toe. six timet, ud
'rt been gent tight hoars a day for
is toft, tojrot Ht I'm oa Hm*,"—
jwj2**'.''...::
•MlOnts.
AlejWpo^*-*8**" ^"&""
'"flltisiiifaio*^''"""..
NIW WESTMINSTER
Floiir & Feed Store
■SFjr*©aa.t Street.
The nnrtci-ittnert hfi' nvdved nntl'Oilers
c ,, for Rnlcnt
lowest Rates
e.  ->'■
Family Extra Flour,
Bakers'Extra Flour,
Feed of All Kinds.
OBDERSSOLICITED
eusTAr BAM.
 ;.......-;v«Vietorio
..,.,M..-..i,.A?TBntBtre»
-    Omgftits. ,*■.'.'■'  .
D s cnrtis & Co ....ColdmMn meet
A Peele „ ....Columbia street
Boots «Md ikOest
It Tliomiis- _..,.. Columbia street
Plonr and Feed.
Qustnv Hanck...; Front streot,.
FfeTMlteure*
JG Dunlo ......Columbia street.,
 -.... polnmoin street
Dressnokerst
lime Taylor <t Mile Harris .....Columbia st
Hair Dresssrs.
Geo MenUo.*.., Columbia street
Books, Statloiierri -fee*
T it Pearson A Vo "..(.'oltimhla sireet
T It Pearson A Co Yale
Musical Inits-nments.
jBiiRnnii -. Victoria
CroftR- MiiNlcnl Aiicoey....... .......VlJorla
T H Peiirson A Co...,. ....Columbia street
Cigars.
Kurtz A Co.	
. Victoria
Uqnari.
E Drown A Co   Columbia street
W I) For;In (agent) Columbia rtreet
Kehoo A Co.,... ■ .,...iHa|»)M>rtoii
Battle.
Brighton (Goo Blncfc) ......Hastings
Farmer*.- Home (J Turnbull) Church st
GmnvIHcfJHannloir1 "   " *""
Oeeldont (J Austin)...       ^^^^^^^^
FUk Dealers^
Jun TttflTitmltile Front street
Hwlckerfc, ■
'■> - Columbia Ntroet
tabl DleklUH
' !•*intert, Hie.
Murray A Fry. ..Clarkson street
CoMtrmctors rnm-H •Htlricis.
J A Cnlblek iv- Merciinnt «qonre
Pile DrlTers.
Gilley, Mooney A C0.....Addres8, Postofllce '
Saw kimI PUnlag Mills.
Brunette Haw Mill „.. .Sapperton
Branch lumber yard at I'ort Moody.
Dominion Sawmill .„,..;..RI«)t«rd street
Branch lumber yards at Fort Moody
and Victoria.
iNkHstliai,
R T WHlloma. Victoria
John MuiTuv Spenco's Bridge, B C
Thos Ttuwell.............................Sooko, BC
PrltttlaKOiMet.
P Kotmon A Co {tWumbfnn).....Colnmbla st
Rnllnjtand plain btndln-*-.    ■ ■
NOTICE.
ZlHORAL' CHIOS  gOCIBTt.-ThlH
\j Socioty will not meet njmln fnrpnetlee
nntlt Mommy evening21st April next
mh2U-3t .    JNO. S. CLUTE, Pres.
Annual Meeting,
ROYALCOLUMBIANkospITAL
mHE A1V1VUAL MBBTIVe OF «TB-
I  servers (r» tho Royal Colombian H«n-
pTtnl will bo hold at the H/m| Hall dn
Thiuni'iiy evcuins, April Mth,i If "
ovloek, to rocolve the report/- of tm__...
(Tolnn llnnnl and elect a Boanl roi-tn>4
suing year. W. H. KEARY,
ffi-td
Seorotary.
hot. 8
in* eatmi*H -mntmit tt* im****
THK WAT IT Will AFFECT T-W.
It excites expectoration and csusea tne |
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
chatigr* the secretion* and purifies ikt
blood; heals the irritated parts) prea
strength to the digestive organs; brings
the liver to its proper action, andimpaiip
strength to the whole system.    Sooh 0
THK THBKD1ATK AKD SATUVAOXOftr IT*
vect that it is warranted fo break np the
■most diitresmmj cough in a fete hours*
time, if not of too long standing. Hit
warranted TO oivt Ktrrmx batistaction,
rvbn in th* most cot^imutl cam t(f Consumption! tt it warranted not to produce
costlveness (whioh is the caw with most
remedies), or affect the heed, as M oon>
tains no opium in any form. It It tnw-
ranted to be perfectly MraifcaitotiwMOil
delicate child, althongh it is m noMre
and powerful remedy for restoring tlw
system. There is no real necatitv fyr to
many death* liy Commotion, wm Ai-
'Luno Baimh will preventit if
Physicians having
only taken in time.
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to enre them with their own medT
oines, wo would recommend to gta Ai-
UN's Luko Bamam a trial,    SoUfmall <Dnr gtorg.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
"Youknow!" she repealed, "Uoyou
know how I can love ? I, who have no
cue on earth for whom to caro bnt my
' child. Do you know how I learnt to
worship hia shadow; how hia presence
seemed sunlight, and his absence dark*
ened the placet Do you know how. I
have prayed in the cold still moonlight,
acarowy daring to breathe his name—
his name, which never yet haa passed
my lips, last it should betray me; how
I hnve trembled and thrilled at his
faintest word, and his smile which
teemed to be almost divine! Did you
know nll this, Helen, hii sister, whom
I loved m much for his sake as for
vour own?'
I did not answer, save by the soft
kisses I pressed on Iter forehead nnd
eyes; thoso troubled, beautiful eyes,
shining Madonna-like through her
long dark hair, with their searching
look of agony.
"All, aU gone!" she continued.
"Ah, how I loved my mother, and ahe
was token from tno when I needed her
moat; and Harold, who was the idol
of mv heart, from tho moment whon
1 held him as a baby in my anna, to
tho hut day, when I sat on the shoro
by that cruel lake, rocking his dear
dead face against my breast; and my
father, whom I watohed and tended,
all taken from me, nil leaving tne
alone.1.'      '' ..',;,
"Dear Marion," I ^""K no
ei.ri.ilr consolations can avail you
now; but surely strength will ho givon
ynu to bear it."
"I liQpe so, I humbly trust bo, but
1 am afraid, my spirit is so brave, and
my body is so feeble; and the weakness of the ono will detract from the
strength of the other. They talk
about the glory of self-sacrifice, of tho
crucifixion of self, of voluntary renunciation of the affections; they preach
it from the pulpit, they inculcate it in
tho monasteries, but do they over
think how hard it is to practice? how
the flesh revolts, how the spirit faints,
and the creature holds up helpless
hands to the Creator!"
''My friend, my friend, bo comforted; there shall come a time when
your faith shall triumph, when you
shall neither suffer nor despair."
"In the 'many mansions of the
Father1 it may be so, but nover hero.
Why do you shake your head, do you
think, who know him so well, that one
who loves Dudley Mortimer can ever
learn to forgo t him? is that your notion of love, my child, is that your
woman's reasoning? Ah, I nave
spoken his name; Dudley and Eleanor
Mortimer, how well they sound to
»ether. Good; I must practice it,
that it may come natural to me, for I
must soon learn to call him so; he is
to bo my brother, you know." Sho
smiled, ah. auch a heart-breaking
smile. "Hush, surely I hear their
voices; look out between the curtains,
Nellie, for I am certain they are coining up the avenue."
"Yes, truljr, it is they, Marion, and
they are looking up; what am I to doi"
"Go down and meet them. Say
that my head is worse (heaven knows
it is the truth), and that I must have
sleep, and total quiet, to recruit my
exhausted energies. Tell Eleanor not
to oome to me—my love—my love to
her, and to—my new brother."
"And may I come back to you
again?"
"You, poor dear; why what can
you do for me now?"
"Little enough, I own," I echoed,
sorrowfully.
"No, I will not let you say so, for
give my impatience—but I suffer so;
when the wound ia stanched a little, it
will be a comfort to me to feel tbat
there is one who knows my trouble,
ohild of the great, world's censure;
brilliant and beautiful because Heaven
had mado her so, but blooming as
naturally nn the flowers of tho Held,
whicli uuconsciously satiate you with
their sweetness.
Suoh was Eleanor—from beginning
to end a mystery, an enigma—so full
of heart, bo passionately loving, vet
so ignorant of all womanly self •denial;
at once capricious, changeful, splenetic, hasty of tongue, impetuous in deed,
one minute ruling like aqueen, so fair,
so imperial in will—and the next moment humble nnd submissive; surely
a girt for -whose sake a man might die
for love, but with whom it wero misery
to live, and especial misery for Dud*
ley, whose word had never yet been
thwarted, and whose home-life had
never been dimmed by a passing cloud.
But Marion, to whom I so bitterly
complained, bade me have patience.
"If you had the knowledge of character that I have, Nellie, you would
see your mistake," she said to me one
day.
"How so?" I returned, impatiently.
Do you mean to tell mo that she wiU
ever make Dudley happy?"
firesent, I owr
y; for it is not in the
"Not at present, I own," she con-
and is witness of my struggles. There,
go; it ia better for us oath that we
talk no more at present,"
And then I left her, and eamo upon
Dudley nnd Eleanor whispering in the
moonlighted bay; and aftor a lingering
leave-taking, during ■ which I walkei
slowly down the avenue, he overtook
me, and we went on silently side by
side.
\t waa very strange, but for the
lipst time in my life I omitted to take
bia arm, nor did I remember it till he
drew it* through bis, with a smile; a
trifle, merely a trifle, but it started the
tears to my eyes.
Very little was said on either side,
for his happiness Was of the silent,
brooding kind, and .needed no words;
so when I complained of headache,
and suggested that with his permission
I would retire, early as it was, he made
no objeetion, only kissed me with
more than his usual warmth, and let
me go.
But what a night it was—the slow
revolving hours, how prodigal of suffering, how surcharged with pain, as,
with a heart aching and heavy with
unshed tears, I lay watching the moon
wane, and the oool, glimmering light
dawning in the east.
That was a strange timo for us,
whon the grave master of tbe houso
went courting down to the Priory, and
fat Sunnyside to take eare of itself;
but there were stranger days in store
for us. I
At firat it all promised fair, Dudley
was in the seventh heaven of happiness, while Eleanor—well, there wu
no denying it, she was just irresistible,
every one said so, even those who were
the most prejudiced; nobody could
hold ont fonn against her, and what
is more, nobody tried.
Nellie, with thnt silly soft heart of
hers, waa the first to givo in, sorrowfully enough, it is true; but with a
Eitient succumbing to Fate. Then
ruce, hot and furious in the beginning, bat melting by inches with a
Tiiiole tiww, and stout, heartsotne
Katie bringing up the rear.
Yes, even 1, loving Marion, sorrowing for her, bearing the bitter know*
ledge in my heart, that olouds and
troubles, must oome anon, and that
Dudleys fate hung in a perilous balance, even I conned to wonder at his
choice, aad was only astonished that
I should have been so tong blind to
the dangerous power of her attraction!, and the splendor of her strange
beauty.
As Bruce said one day, after watching her for some time, "She was
enough' to drive a fool mad, and a
wiae rosu cnwy,"nnd in my heart I
agreed with him.
There fm something so mysterious
in her subtle influence.     Compared
with Eleanor, Queen Loo wu bnt a
blunderer in the art of winning love,
her beat triumph* clogged byeflbrt,
and heavily weighted.    Bnt Eleanor
conquered by no visible means; her
words, looks, and amilw were all actu-
. ated by impulse, and her chief charra
lay In the entire absence of vanity.
A profound  egotist, yet  without
' conceit; loving to please, yet perfectly
careless of ewbrt; and heedless aa *
power of a spoilt, capricious ohild to
make him so. He wants something
better; and I fear thnt the days of
their engagement will be but stormy
ones nt the best. But Eleanor lias
certain latent qualities, at present lying dormant, which only need' to bo
developed to make her too truest type
of woman living—that type that eutfor
themselves to be remolded by the
hands they love, and aro so transformed and purified by the power of tUciw
aiTeotion thot they »<-««"-« resemble
their old selves than the dusky chrysalis resembles the bright - colored
moth."
T smiled incredulously.
"You givo no credence to my words;
well, timo will provo! You judge
Eleanor by what she appears to bo to
you now. I go upon wider ground;
on a lifo lung knowledge of her clmrac
ter, and much thoughtful pnudering
on it. It may be.that my human experience inay fail, and that it may'
need a crueller process than the gentle influence of love to effect this
change—some fire of affliction, some
sudden blow, perhaps inflicted by her
own hand in a momentary caprice; but
in whichever way it comes to pass, I
know that it will be for the best: nnd,
Nellie, yon must trust to it too."
But I only looked up at her and
sighed, for it seemed to me I had nothing further to say.
Poople said that Marion Vivian
looked old and worn in those daya, and
that the rime of her beauty waa pitting. My anger wu great when I heard
such things; but nevertheless, by tlie
evidence of my own oyes, I knew it to
bo true.
She did look older. How could she
help it 1 worn by sleepless nights and
the harass of continual pain; by a
struggle superhuman in its strength
and exhaustive in its results; by the
patient endurance of a sorrow than
whioh there is none greater on earth—
the sorrow of having loved unsought.
Oh, how sho suffered! How the fire
that consumed her, and wns slowly
wasting her life, looked out from her
dark, soft eyes which seemed to mo
like two dumb spirits mourning uver n
lost Paradise!' ■
In those few daya she had greatly
changed. The old mobility and play
of feature, that had been her great
oharm, had gone forever; and iu their
place wu a ohangeless serenity, a pale,
impassive face, grave lips that nevor
smiled, sedateness and dignity, of
womanhood, thai had passed. by the
things of youth.
No one marveled over the close of
the brief summer of her life; no one
guessed her secret. How could they 1
for she guarded it well and proudly,
pressing her cross close to her, amMitd-
mgit in her besom.
She had nover spoken to me on the
subject since' the night when I had
broken in upon her hour of weakness,
and diicovered it for myself; and once
when I ventured to approach it, she
silenced me by a wordless gesture,
commanding iu ita reserve and proud
in its despair; and then I knew there
wu to bo Bilenco between us—the silence sb of the grave!
The only object of hor life seemed
now to make Eleanor worthy of Dudley's love; end none, he least of all,
knew how much-he was indebted to
hor mild charity for many an hour of
peace; for before many days were
over clouds began to cross the lover's
path.
At lirnt they were but trifling-a
stray word from Dudley, implying leu
homage than usual, or arguing a matter—a wish, perhaps, only couched
like ii command; then a baby frown
from low, white brows, knitting uver
sunny eyei, a petulant answer blotted
out by tears; then toothing caresses,
penitent rejoinders,, and followed by
hours of uninterrupted bliss.
They were always together; every
minute snatched from business wu
spent by Dudley nt the Priory, for
Eleanor had taken up her wilful fancy
again ot disliking the barn; so the
Priory gardens, or the studio balcony,
or Marion's drawing-room, wero generally their favorite places of resort,
aud it was a question whether Sunnyside or Nellie were left most desolate.
Nor wss Eleanor contented with the
evenings that were her fair allotment
Often of a morning she would linger
at the stile in the half-way meadow,
that Dudley might tako that path to
tho factory, and be induced to wute
an early morning hour in rambling
through the sunny lanes footloose a
spot tot her pencil; and even when, he
persuaded her .to spend her evenings
with me—for, occupied as he was) he
never forgot me—she would frustrate,
his purpose by proposing the garden or
the orchard, or a country stroll, where
a troublesome third party might not
interfere with them.
And yet, though she selfishly robbed me of him for weeks together, she
was fond of me In her heart, and
would oome sometimes of an afternoon
and sit at my feet for hours, never
complaining of dullness, but, in her
better moods, talking to me as she
would to Marion, and loading me with
loving caresses; but at the click of
the iron gate she would be up and
awny, and be lost to me for the rest of
the evening.
She loved him; there wu no doubt
of it;  but, alu, alu, she loved her
own will better.
At first, only
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST FASDIOXABLE IiV THE CITY.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. 0.      [royM-to.
A Liberal Offer!*
HEEDS WOetTH -fiBOWINCi t
IREE1   FREE I   "THE FARM AND
GARDEN,'' a reliable monthly paper
■oted to tho agricultural lnteresl
Any person oraorlng B5 worth of SEEDS
icvoted to the agricultural lnteresl
Any person oraorlng $5 worth of t
from my Catalogue will receive the Farm
and Garden for one year FREE.
Send your address on a postal oara for
my list of tho latest Improved varieties of
Choice Heeds, Reliable and True. Sent
free to all who apply.
In writing, please mention this paper.
Hetter limn Politics-Good See*is bring
choup food and plenty of It, and you can't
nflord to do without them. "But for goodness nuke don't sny I told you,"
THOS. TUGWELL.
Seed Grower, Sooke, li. C.
N. D.—Hood Store at your door. Seeds
Kent anywhere by mull. Send, money by
P.O. Order or Registered Letter at my risk.
fi.-*i.-)iii 'p. T.
Iyer's Cherry Pectoral
" Orrrtlls,0olo, Sept. 10,1st).
it.ving bun BOblMtt» * hto.
lal aaeetloa. WIU fittest,
colds, for a number of years, I harstr/ on-
tlfy that Anal Otrsanr Pictoul iin.
me prompt relief, and Is the most .ffwtlT.
randy 1 bare owr. tried.
James A. HAWLToy,.
Kdltorof Tke lres«nt."
....... " Mt.flllead, Ohio, Jan. M.18K.
COUGHS. " I -""-o «*■* Ana's crnraaT
PICTOIUL Ibis Bprln»for s aa.
.ere couth and lone trouble with good
effect, and I am pleaMd to wonuaend it
to any one similarly affecud.
HAmm Bacobmam.
Proprietor Globe Hotsl."
PBEPAAEDB?
Dr.J.C.Ay«r«VCo.,Lowell,MlH.
Sold by all Draijlits.
New Goods
NewGoods
WM. IVTCOLL
Is constantly receiving new ^oods
consisting In part of
idir-st ciooss,
(lothing.
HOSIERY, ETC,
A fine selection of
O. Gk
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
laHtles&UIsteps
In.Great Variety,
PLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
TlPEMtMCO
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMPORTERS ABB DEALERS IN—
Books,
mmMMMsAmmmmmmm
Direct Iinportatioli
r nnnuw
SWINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.t
L.
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. myifrtc.
Port loodj!
FOR SALE!
Fronting on the best portion of the bar-
• j   lior,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the,
Railway.
'Val-a.&'ble Xiaaad
On the harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing purposes.    Bpecial
advantages given.
By the acre, iii favorable positions, close
to the terminus.
Town lots and land In the City and Dis*
trlct of New Westminster.
In.toaa.dlaa.er Iaa.v»Bte»
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
UND AGENT,
Columbia St., Nov Westminster, & 0.
no7] P. 0. Box 39. to.
BPENCE'8 DRinoR
SEED STORE,
NIinsF.RYoiOHEErlHOlmE.
-18 8 4-
Fresh Vegetable md, Viewer Heetfs-M
Pncknges Freo by malt for $1.00.
I Cental Flowers,
Cabbage. Vanlllewer, Celery* Kgg.Fep*
per. Tenant* an* TabaeM Platte ready
about tlio 24th of March. ->, •  .       ,.,
fiMMfeerrr. (English), : Varieties, HOO
pcrdoaen.
■anty Apple Ti*w> •**■)•*■ wnta each.
"The little rift within the lovew' lute,"
but the harmony was soon deadened,
the music stopped, and long before
the dark days of November had set in,
Marion, had  work enough, to keep
things straight. ■
(To Im Continue-!,)
T, R. Pearson k Co. have just opened
ont a very large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of Kng
land common prayer and hymn books.
They are the finest ever shown in the
oity,—Adv.
IM** pmadi 4>barb 4'alvaalieol Um
Wire FeacUg, lo arrive by the end Of
March. Price, about 14 cents per pound
atftpence'R Bridge.
. fK (Harden ui Vans iMHenwIi. ,
Brantford Clipper Plows, Mollno Plow*,
Ghtrden Hand PlowH.Uownn. Horn Bafcw
W ft WtOOetS.
JotkH,'  ___.
Heufflo Hogs. Garden
Pumps. Hcythcs, 8t"
Brush Hooks, GrnbM
Circular and price list sent free by malt
mho-am- '  -mn xnuur»
< In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants'Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool  Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades/White
and tinted,
Ii ACS S.
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Lace's,
DBESS  GOODS
A large; and well-assorted stock
of plain arid figured Press
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,  Locke's,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Hen's (Rothing!
In large variety, good material,
arid prices to suit
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY 6k GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries \ Provisions!
K^Goods delivered  free of
charge In any part of the City.
O.Q.MAJOR
Cor. oolSsekta * Man Sts.,
KEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
(ocltto)
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second  to  no
House in British Co-
kimbia.
 SOLE AGRNT8 FOB—
!!
Of Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowman rille, Out,
And agents for all the leading American
pianos i organs
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On tlie premises, as neatly aud cheaply
as at any other establishment la tb.
Province.
 AGENTS  FOR—
Confederation Lilt Aiiuranee Ct;,
Ns-rth British ni Cmmarolal Fin
Iniura-vM Co.,
LortaM A Uneathirt Fir* Insurance C*.
-Agents for First-Class—
f__   U_   V___l____T
1MB     MM     OffMMniWW
Biirrixc ticnrw,
bums MMKiiau,
■ills er B*u,
cbsioi mil mutt,
IiIasrb, nn. rom,
OBDKRB, K10IIFIS,
And ill kind, of Blank Books sad Blank
Forms on hand.
 All th. Leading—
WrWAPERS
-AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received.  gubiRriptions tak.a
(or any Publioat'on at tow«t rates.
eTWe import direct Iron msnotec-
torers, Ind cannot b.nnd.iaold In this
Province.
T, B. PEAB80N 4 00„
COLUMBIA   BTRKET,
Mtw  WMtmlirter, B. 0.
(Mta)
BEOS TO INFORM TBE RESID-
cuts of New Westminster and vicinity that ho is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and -
Dublin Stout,
Whioh lie will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities tn Salt Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollby's,  l.onrlo.i
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COX/aMBIA.   SXKSHTX,
New Westminstor,  B, 0.
NEW    SCHEDULE
WHITE  LABOR
--ON   THK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH. COLUMBIA.
Overseers ..'.';... .$125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen,... (3 60 to tt Of*. IT day.
Earth Foremen... 2 GO to   3 SO     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 CO to   4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lat class  -ISO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2ndolsss.  3 00 "
Masons... '.  2.60 to   3 50    '<
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to  3 50    "
Blacksmiths,   lst
class  3 50 "
Blsoksmiths,  2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Help,
ers  I 50 to   200     "
Drillers  2 00 to   2 25 "
laborer..  1 76 to   2 00 "
Htetra,' lst cute   8 SO"   "
Choppers, lst clasa 2 00 to   2 60 "
flcorors, lst class    2 50^ "
AH oulaldo labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
ChoatTools.
All Employees to find themtelvet Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along tht Line.   Board—14 per week.
It will not bo compulsory tor Employees to board In the Company's Houses.
Wages will; be. paid monthly, on th.
10th oi each month.
a/ondebdonx,
GC-UftAI. MAXiOBR.
OmOB or THI CONTtUCTOBS,   '
Camduii PAOffio Railway,
Yale, March' 1,1883.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
ATIEWWBTMIII8TER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
UHMIM MDIFIO KtYlltliTINM. (UWTtO)
Except on their own Printed Form, of
Shipping Raceipte, to he had at T. H.
Pli%oxe Co.'s, New We.tminst.r.   |
It'll JOHN IRVIKO, Mtnagtr.
QOVERNMENT NOTIOE8.
Provincial Sscretary'a Office,
SOth Febuavy, 1884.
UNDER THE PROVISIONSOFSEC-
tion 10 of the "Mineral Act, 188.4,"
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council has been plensed to. order that
Section 0 of the said Act shall not have
effect in those portions of the Province
known as the Electoral Districts of Cassiar, Kootenay and Cariboo. By command. I JOHN ROBSON,
mh8-lm Provincial Secretary.
NOTIOE.
CUTTINGS of the County Court ot Carl-
Q boo vill ho held at tbe times nnd
places herein lifter mentioned!—
At Lillooet Monday... 8th June, ISM.
J  Clinton      »     ...Mth   «      «
" Soda Orcelt..,8nturduy..28th    "      "
" ttueBn'lem"h„Thur8day' 8rt July.   "
" Hlohfteld Monday... 7tb   "    - "
By Command,
JNO. HOB80N.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
•2Qtlx March, 1884. mh29ml
NOTIOE.
TO  BRIDGE  BUILDERS.
QKPAUATE SEALED TENDERS, nro-
O porly endowed, will be received by
the Hon. the, Chief Commlnloner of
Lands nnd Works un to Noon of THURSDAY, loth day of April proximo, for the
construction of a bridge over tho Nlcomlkl
Hlver, Hom Iobmoo Bay Rood, with and
without a drinr. upon.
PlnnH and JtoeoTbntlonii can be noen
nnd .Forms for Tender obtained at the
Lands and WwiuOflico,VWtoHa,«ndat
New Westminster. ' ,
Tho lowest drany lender not ttecrmmrliy
accepted.
.   W. S. GORE,
Sitrveyor-Generftl,
Lauds and Works Dept., * \
Victoria, B. c„zrtli March, I8M.   [2«d
— -e-—\X-—\
allowing the date, ane alaee. at*
Conru or Aa.la., Nl.l Vrliss, aet
Oyer and Terminer far th. year
srniNo ASSIZES.   .
(On Vahcouvkb Island.) :
Vlolorln,.' .,;...Monday. 7th April.
Nnnulnio Wednesday, 4th. June.
(On Mainland.)
New WcstmlnslcrHWciluosdiiy,... Itl, May.
Yale,. Mondoy,..T.....|tihMay.
Kamloop Friday, KOtli Mny.
Clinton, ,. Saturday, -lli.Innn.
FALL ASSIZES.
'On VAscouvEn -Island.]
Victoria, Hominy, 2«h November.
Nnualmo, ....^.Wednesday, ard December,
[On Mainland]
lllcliflold Monday,... 8th September.
Clinton, Tuesdny,..30th September.
Kamloops W'dn'silny 8th October.
Lytton .....Saturdajylsth October.
Yalo, Saturdny,.Sh October. '
New Wes1t.,....,,..W'dn's(lny,iah November.
Mb January, 1884. teste
BRITISH COLUMBIA
I
Information, Employment
—AND--
HOMES for EMIGRANTS.
The Government of  British Colombia
has established ah
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.,
And all persona wishing to obtain authentic information about tho country
are advised to apply, oither personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will be
supplied free of chorgo on application.
Persoiu wishing to.engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, are invited to place themselves
in communication with tne Agent.' Particulars should be furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offend.
Tho Agent will endeavor, u far ai possible, to fill application!.       -
OmcK—Court Howe Building, Mar*
ket Square, Now Westminster, B, C.
je20tc]
Immigration Agent.
NOTIOIB
TO ARCHITECTS;
mHE nON.TnE CHIEF COMMJSSION-
I crof Lunds and Works hereby Invite*
ArcliltectK to submit, on or before the 1Mb
May next (competitive) Plans and Specifications, and Estimates of Cost, based up*
on tlie subjolnctl data, for the construction of a Gaol to be creeled In the Oity of
Now Westminster. British Columbia:
SITE-Tlte sit« Is Isolated and lionet to
the south, with a full of about one foot In
eight feet.
FRONT-Tho rront elevation will face
the south.
MATEIUAI-S-The malorlftli used to
construction will Include nope for foundation, brick for walls, wood, Iron, etc., etc.
CAPACITY-The butldlnr nw»t be of
sjiffialent slsc to contain.oue hundred
prisoners; colls must bo suitable for
either one, or .more than two. prisoners;
thoro must be nt least four dark or punishment cells.
Also, Quarters for ono warden, offlccts'
rooms, kitchens, laundry, store-rooms,
offices nnd other essentials.
RKQ1T1HITEH- The geu0ral arrangement nml disposition of the component
ports of the building most b© with a view
to security and convenience, modern improvements in ventilation and mode of
lientlng; water must be laid on and means
or extinguishing tire provided; gnu will
not be used,
COST-Thecostof the building complete
inclusive of nll charges, must not exceed
twenty thousand dollars (il»,000).
■m&tf&mmrjsatitt
M^AU-dtlttrr^Sntalnlng ihe true nuine
aud address of this Architect,
Tho Archlteot of the design which mar
       ■a"*ie"u*5il
out un-
be adopted (If nny) will bo paid the usual
commission If the work is earrli
der tils supervision, or he.wlH be paid Ave
hundred dollars ($300) without superln*
deiiL-c, its may bo agreed upon or decided
by ti'.p Government.
Tho Architect whose design Is deemed
next in order of merit will be paid the
sum of 9100. Rejected designs will be returned.        . >  W< & aoHE, aur.-Genl.
Lands and Works Dopl,, Victoria, B. p.,
8tb March, 18*1. mhWtd
JLXaAlll
froti
kiiok * co. Ana jr<r
pdred to supply the Very
"-- 'Vcstmlnster-Brewery-
Orters
iblivrltbl-f: Chas; MoBonoasb, Front 81.,
shall havo prompt attention.     '    JaGte
Notice to Shippers.
Jinoji datr, AinJ;0irtn.FDR-
ther notlrf; the steamer. "Glpa»"
11 make regular aemi-montlily trips direct to New Westminster, B, O., Bailing
from Now Taooma on the lit and 15th
ol each month.
noHto. 0. B. CLANCBV.
■ asrcMO-a^''-
IXPERaONS HAVING CLAIMS
-_ against th. Colonial HdMartrt.
quested to pntent tliem to thenndsr-
signed at onoei snd ill poraon. Indtbud
to tlie Mid hotol an requested to makt
immediate Mttltmnt.     .
3. t. mSLBY, Proprl.tor.
New Wort,, Deo. 17thflMB,     tdalt-to
ten
hftfTftrr
m*
E
'OTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN-THAT,
I wo Intend making application to the
-ilef Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission .to purchase 480 acres of
land situated Itl New WesUnlnster District, near Moloeplnn Strain, desoribed as
follows: Commencing at the northeast i
corner "of Lot *G0, O. I; thenee east 80
chains; thenee north eo chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 00 chaTiis, to
point of commencement,
Mooovvir.cs Sawmill Co._ja.)
H. P. RITHET, 8ec.
February 8th, 1884. fe2Mm
NOTICE
(UMrrEO),
Carrying H. M. Malls and
B. 0. Express,
I,MT«Tletorlt Ito- XewW«i|-nl«ilr r,
TUESDAYS 4 FBIDAYS at 7 a. m.
Ie»n fiewWeitBlatier tor Victoria,
WEDNESDAYS 48ATOI1DAY8, at
7 a.m.
THOS, I), BWOOS,
ooHOto , Agent.
TMfJSEIAL
FIRE INSUBANCE COMP't.
1 Oi.n Broad Si. and 16 Pali. Man.,
IXINDON.-
INSTITUTE!) 1808.
TUB INSUEINO HOUSES k OTHER
P Buildings, Goods, Wares, Meralian-
diso, Manufacturing and Farming Stoek,
Ship, in Port, Harbor or Dock, and: tkt
Cargoes of auoh Vessels; also, Ships build-'
tog and repairing, Barge, aud other Ve.
sou on navigable fivers and canals, and
Goods on board snob Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In foreign
Countries,
FBOM 1,088 OR DAHAOE Bl FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
■ei.eoa.ooo btg.
Rates of Premium and every lnforma-
tioa oan be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for KeW Westminster,
DR. SPINNEY & CGVS
DISPENSARY,
KO. 11KEAENEY STBEET,
SAN FEAKCISCO, CAL
DR. HPtNNEY, well known ■■ tha tna*
der of tb* Moiitmt, (0. K.) Mcdlctl In-tl-
tut», nnd Uta Proprietor of the SPINNKYVILU!
INFIRMARY, wonld moit miwctfiilW infcm
his patients tad Ih* aflUetod pamllr, thai W
it 111 cotttlnue to trait chivnlc and nerTnni dis.
•ales with unpsrallelN sneceis.
ladur aw» aa.fm.uuif.
Rimvmber thst procnutlnktloo Is IM thief tt
time io .-;:«-.
OOMBANDUHBAX.BD.
It mattere not what yonr troubles nitty be, como
ind let tbe Doctor examine your cue. It will
oast you-Mtbtog for coneniutlon, eo pleeM call
ud satiety, yourialree whether tbe pocfor under-
et-imli yonrcato. It hs cart cnHryov he will tell
you eoi If not, he will tell you that, Ibr ha will
aot undertake a cuo union he le confident of ef>
fecthiR a cow.
Partlee at. • dletanco wlihlng treatment, -hy
•ending fSS and a minute d-recripllon of theft
troubles will receive In return a lull coune et
treatment securely packed so as not to nlti «• -
rlooity.
DR. SPINNBYwlll Rnarantee to forlUt fin
llundnd DoUart lor every taaa of any kind sr
character which ho undertakH and Mil to curt,
P. 8.—For dleeaaee of thnH standlnC, * Wl
course tf medletaea, intRelent fur a curt, with
all, Instructions, will bt tent to auy addreet oa
receipt or $10.
i       Oall or Addreet
,A< Dr. SPIMMKY * CO.,      .
tp.ij . Ko:ni««riffiilV,-toyaia9hw,-Bbl.
BR. ALLEIT'S
PRIVATE DISPCHIART,    '   '
SJ<jKl.rar ■t.,»aA>rae.l.et,Cal.
■^sa^Letjatahaga^
THE EXPRRTBriCIAUSf,
tvh. audi, as ia nujur»w», is a
by devoted a Uktlw fa tht etadyntf tfit trtat-
inent and cure ofdlecaw within bis fcpectalty.   .
Aad MIDDLE AQRD MIN, wboareenrTerlnRftout
tht effects of Vottthiul IadlMtttltMa or BtwesM
In maturer yeaia.NiaToos aad P
iMfoHKOX;  LOST. UiUBtka, CO!
dull eyee, avtrttoa to society, *
plea on the face, toHofuergy a
quency of nrinatlog, etc.
MT HOIPITAL UPBRIatlfOk
(TlavinB been eitrgwin In charte of two leading
hoepltsli) eaables tut tt treat ell nttatt •*-"■
with excellent rteulN.  I wish It dltUwt)/1
stood tbat I do not claim to perform ltu?f
Um, or lo lent mlraculoMor "»?*J^jl
clan and Burgeon, thoroughly lofot*m«d Witoy
•peclilty— ■■ -.- ■ , ;.;•,,! i>ni     •
.    DIIBAICS OF  MAN.
All applying to  me will rectlve my house*
opinion af tlieir complaints—No eiperimentlug. 1
whl guarantee a positive cure In -mn cast 1 uu- /.
dtrteke, w.forfoltll.OOO.   Ooneultatlon la ofikt    .
or by letter run and itrietly private,   Chance    -
reaeosable.   Thorough. elimination, tndadlM
chemical and mlcroaeopical analyels of urine, aat;.
advlct.lB.M.   OfflcofiouA,» tot dally, fl to 0   '
evening.  Bnnday, 9 to 13 only.   Call or aunts
DK.ALl.IQg,
M^Kaaraeyitreet, Ban Francisco, Cal.
pnniM anlkarauriir, waU,,'mis, Ut qwaal
adrlc., hai nnt biM ol mm. ia. th. oan of
ten- Hstrsaw, nm,K~uu,,lc
i',"IseueTer.|
Con for If.rv-
n'ta.Ortllltj.Bs-'
h.usted VIUlllJ
iiof snyklnd,''-
-. Weakness, Paralysis,   Prosla.
rrhota.and all
'•III "a«rt» to  ftrf.lt
1 ttllirt for a CM. ol
nn'su"	
this kind tb. Vital KeifontlTe (uadsr
bl* stteltl adrle. ..«tr»te.at)elll til.
«Br»,o.lbrsuitkltr'tstttrtBf[al«Hott
rboad lo It. H. MINTIK Irmls .11 De-
HwN   iucc«tfall» without   B.rcor,.
Otltlltolltll rrte.  Thorough .saatl. .
aatioB tnd .dries, fs-oo. Pile, ol Villi -
leitentlT*, la-op a twttlt, tr foot
times the quaailtr, f lO'OO; sen' to at» .
tddrei. opon tsc'elpitf nMi.ii/ti.tSitt.',
e.cur'rremo»|-tTalloa,a«J ItprWtW
i."'ft UsirV, », »'.'l.-'tStlWI,"'•
W.%: '
Those Wht e.aatt .Hit Ml, MUTCH ''
In 8sn Franelico ahaald wad ahll atat-
■ianl.stal.Bsal tl tbelr troatltt eitk
H»'9»( atd la mart s fullea.mtf
Isdlclne will b., farw.rd.d, Mttttr. 1,1
M?.f**-Ae*V5'^Ww»»^W-
. All. order, for nudlelt. 0.0. D. ssasl ,
bt accoapani.d wllh ll.Ot (at » iMt-.,,» ■
•at., or. good fallh), which Vill Ui,-
ducted when the p«ck.». Is sblpptd. '
SAHPL* BOTTLII FB«K—S«t .1
snpllcatltn bjr l.tler sitting stepttsM,
■si .ad sn. Coeeanle.tlo.1 .trletrj
coofMMtial. JajlMr
ll K«mu/ MstM, If FttttHttitM.
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