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Array . Govormaont Printing office
COLTJl
VOLUME i
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1888.
NUMBER 126
D
eWOI.fr* SMITH, JI.D.
,    OFFIOE-Ularkeon street, opposlto rear
entrance of Colonial Hotel,
RESIIIKNCK—Avium St.,, opponlle new
RaptlNt Churoh.  Tolepllilne No. 28.
,    OFFIOE HOURS-ID a. m. to llnobn* 9
j to 5; anil f)t80 to 8 p. m.    tie,    dnuioto
T   HI. HACLKAN, B. A., M. D„ C. B.
OFFIOEi MoKenile Street. . . nam,
RESITlBKORi Agnon Street, third hottno
rom Mrrry Htreet.  Telephone No, ll.Vjl1,
OFFIOE HODHH! l.toU; 3to5| «tWi.i
d-dHlsl«
it   rn.coop«R,B. A.,M. D.,
PHY^C^iSmtOKQil.
r FFIOB anil RESlDENCR-CIioroh  St.
ini'st door to FarraerB*' Homo), near
Columbia St., Now TiVeelriilnsler, B.0.
j OFFICE HOURS-8U> 10 a.m.; l.to 8 and
^»?fy»»dK,Vnaft•1ffl,•,■
. n wKi.sn, <
DENTIST. ...
[ Itoom 10,        • .      -        Colonial Hotel.
OFFICE Hou its-IO to 4. . dfi'Stc .
FnsnotixD 4 Mctoti,
BA-RUISTEKS,
„"_-'  ,.   sor^oi-roii-is, etc.
[ Offices. Masonic Buildings,NewWcfllmlii-
stcr, nnd Vancouver, B. Gt     Jj'Sltl wto
im   C. ATKIKSO*^.
BARRISTER, aOIilOTTOR, Ac.
iMcKenxlo Street.
AwtclOto New WoBtmhisioi;, B.'*tJ,
IIIT   NORM AS pOMC.Q-.C.,
BARRIHTER-AT-LAW.
\,r\nA Agent Money to Loan.
Columbia HU,
se2lc New -Westminster, 11. C
_ltOW A, MACI.URE,
ARoifcTECTS.
irwcK
Room E,
Ovit Uiinlt of R.C.,
dausitc
Columbia Street.
7-
(SRART,
ARCHITECT!
omoi
—Corner Mary and Glarkson Sts.
dwfeffite
fll.LIADI n. KING,
ARCHITECT,
[maniNci * land bciweyoh,   -
SANITARY ENQINEKH.
ItmirK-Now Miis-iinlc Block,
J dwiiplStc '. -.Vostiniuster.
I LBKRV J. HILL,
M. Can. Sik*. C. E.
IlVlI. ENOINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR nnd
DRAUGHTSMAN,
|moB-Now Mtuonle Block,
[iwmlllSto New Westminster.
J. WALKEM A 1*0.,
|bC0UNTANTS', STOCKDROKEnS,
HEAL ESTATE, INSURANCE anil
GENERAL AGENTS.
IBank Buildings, NewWestmfimter, IU'.
14 Clare Rond, Hnlifux. Engltinil.
ilwtriyiltic.        \' :.
i  TRAPP, '
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
plumbla Street,... .New Westminster
1*kll commissions will receive prompt
id careful attention. Best references
iren when required. mhia-te
RAND BROS.
>RII. BSTATB OROKERB,
ttnrtfmttttitt Collwtora,
And Insurance Agents,
hoes at VICTORIA: Fort Street,.
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKcusle and Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
.IIUIIiDING LOTS for Rale In nil sections
f Vanoouver and New Westmlnstor City.
IFAKM LANDS of superior ounllty for
lo at 0 bill I whack, Port Hammond,
ingley, Matsqul, Sumas, Mad Bny.Lnd-
ir's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
id ritt River.
■Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
t Information furnished stall ourofflces*
feanto
riLLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
LASS PREPARED. SIfRTKTSMADE
_,b or Small Sums of Money Advanced
I on Good Hecnrities, at Reasonable
Hates of Interest.
ktttt fir Bale »n Frnser River, above
tttl below New WestMlMslcr.
1 VILLI AMS BROS, are In constant com •
nn teat Ion with Intending settlers from
island and elsewhere, and have speolal
illttlei for effecting sales. '.
Their charges are lower than nny other
puts Ih the Province,'
JKFICEH—Cornor of Granville and Cor-
Streete, and opposite C. P. R. Station;
/ESTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
|TA«E    LKYE.
1. S. MILLER'S STAGES will moke
', two trips a week between Wi'stinln-
r and Blalno, mnk I n« flonn iron m-irt Ions
!i the U. H. Mall State lino between
lln. and Whaioonii HUuies LEAVE
FHTKlNSttlli on THUWUIAY nnil
TirfifiAYat«n.nr.r nrtarnlnnLEAVE
AINK on WEDNESDAY and 1'IIIHA Y
Urn. Further particular* may Inr
allied at the Colonial Hole),   uijiilillc
T. J. TR APP& CO.
niAKK THIS OPPOUTVNITy QF THANKING THEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
X rons for tlio very liberal support extended to them in the past and of informing
tliem that they are still to be found at the OLD STANI>, and trust that by, careful
attention to business in all its details to still merit and sccuro thai largo share of
jiatronagfe which has always been extended to them. .
"Small Profits ami -Quick Returns" to onr motto, aud while we confess that we have not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING ahd LIVING BV THK LOSS, yet at the* same time we do claim that we have discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HOW TO BUY the numerous Articles that we carry.
Heuca, by buying in the beat markets, at the pi oper season, wc are able to otter
our Customers tho VfittY BEST MANUFACTURES at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICKS. Wo havo pwchased vary largely for the present season nnd with the
stock already received and on tbo way, we claim to have ono of the lirst selected
Stocks in British Columbia;' W$ carry full lines ef ,     , .**.,.   |
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the host makes; Cross-Ctlt & Hand-Sows,
Karbcd Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming*
Pulley Mocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain in all. sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum. Tarred and Plain Paper for Building; Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints ia aU shades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms -& Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the Chinaman who steals your chickens, the Bear or Panther that get away with your family
of pigs, and small enough to annihilate the Mouse that destroys your grain and
nibbles at your cheese. .   ,
k\W Special attention given to ordera hy mail, aud if you have any doubt where
to buy any particular article, why go or Bend to
J    T. J.TRAPP* CO.,
'■ dwapstc            Columbia Street, New Westminster,
ioneer Hardware Store!
BBXA8I.II
ID   1863.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street,   Westminster, B. <!.
IUPOBTBB,  on*
Hardware,AgricuItural Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
ik' amt.miJ.Ai tabiittt.
Tlnwaro, Hollo-wore, Plumber's Goods, Iron Pipe
and Fitting*.
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Workmen, Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, &c, &c,
»3'A11 Work Guaranteed to tiivc Satisfaction. dtrmlilOml
GLOBE   HOUSE
NOTIOE TO THE LADIES,
MILLINERY MILLINERY
JUST    ARRIVED,   ,
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS
STRAW HATS in all Shapes.
BONNETS of *he Newest Style.
.   ALSO - A SPLENDID ASSOBTMKNT 01*'
Ribbons, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
Hat Ornaments & Trimmings.
OALI,   Ji.lSfD   BXAMINl
MRS. WM. RAE.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
AU BON MARCHE
HAVING JUST  RECEIVED A  FINE ASSORTMENT! OF
White  Skirts,   Chemises,
Night Dresses, Aprons,
  1 WUl|
We are offering the' entire Lot at 30 PER CENT. BELOW the
usual Prices.
^" Thqse Goods arc marked iu plain figures and arc GENUINE BARGAINS.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
dmyfoe Now Wfn( mln»ter, B. €•
CiVio OrKiCKiis.—Mnyor, Itplicrt Plok-
iiwon; City Clerk. Capt. KoftlnMon; Po-
Heo M«»ls(rnlp, T. 0. Atkiisoii- Chic/
EiiKliicor I*"lrc Department, W, Corbett;
AiHKlHtiuit, Ii. Hend.
Court Officials,—Judge mt  the Hn-
preiiio Cmii't, Hon. J, F, McCrOtuht; HeglB-
uui, W. II. Kaldlnjr; Shcrlfli W. .1. Arm-
sirmtK, f
1'KoviNriAit Ofkickuh.*— ■yovenuiient
Ai,'ent,Cha.s. Warwick; KoglHuitr of Titles.
It. \V. ArmHtronu: Uupt. of Provincial
Aayltim, Dr. IU I, Bontley: Bursar of Asylum, Jiw. I'hllllpR; Oovernov of Central
Prlsou, Win. Moresby: Steward Boyal Columbian Hospital, Chas. DlKhy; Jintnl-
aratloii Agent, Jno. Sprott; Ctiioiior, W'.
T). Ferris.
Dominion Ofkiciaiji.—I'oarmusler, J.C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J, 8. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, a, H. McBrtdc;
Dominion Land Agent, H. 11. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, T.'*8: Higglntfj-n;
IitHpector of FJHlierlos, Thos. Wowat.
HEPRKHKNTATJVE8.-SonfttOr, Dr. T. B.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, DqiuUd
Chisholm; Provlneinl LegNtature,dipt,
W. N. Bolfe, Q. 0;
WESTUINSTEK POST OFFICS SHE,
MAILS GLOBE  AND ARRIVE.
0LO3E
'For Can. Pac, Hy.—Dally (except: Hu inlay
nnd'Mondavi, at■ 12.-.5, and on Katnrday
(for dispatch Sunday) nt 22.
For Vlctorln, V. I., and Western U. H. Oflices—Monday, 1*M5; Tt?olfdi&,8,15!_ Wednesday, fl.:«);   Tliursday, 8.15;   Friday,
■ il.W; Saturday, S.1-**..
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard
Inlet—Dally (exoeptSunday) nt ftla. •
For Port Moody—Dnlly (except Sunday)
at 8.
For Ladner's Landing nud Lulu Island—
Monday, 12.45;  Wednesday nml Friday,
-  (UO.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie. Surrey
'Contre and liangley Pndrte-Sftjurday,
fl.
For North Arm and Sua Island7-Thura-
dny, ia.ao.
For Elgin und Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Slonduy, 12,46*
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 10.
33TTB1
From Can. Pae, Ry,—Dully (except Snlur*
duy) at 18.
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Tliursday 1(1; Wednesday, Friday add
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard Inlet-Dally (except Sunday) at 16.
From Port Moody—Dally (oxcept Sunday)
at 17,
From Laduor'fi Landing and Lain Islund
—Sundny, Tuesday and Thursday, 16.
From Clover Valley, Hall's I'rafrle nnd
Langloy Prairie—Friday, lfl.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass-Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mail)—But unlay,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours—0 to 17 dally; and
General Delivery from 0 to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 0to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls aro being made up or
sorted.
POWDER
Absolutely pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot he sold In compel 1 tion with tho
multitude of low test, short* weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only lu cans.
Royal Baking Powdkr Co., m Wall St,
New York. Sfely
TO LET:
TORE ON COLUMBIA HTREET, In
i Bank of ft r. BulldltiK.  Apply lo
Imlifflli)        HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR SALE.
A THOROUGH-BRED JERSEY mll.r.
Apply to
It. MATHESON,
iliviiiy'inl 11. c. I'irriiior.v.
FOR   SALE.
.NE-IIALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
sJ  ley Saw and Pinning Mill; mill In
good onlor.   For particulars apply on the
premises to H, WEST,
Or. Mo-Mrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
nplStc AIIELMCKEN  Victoria.
0
Tug for Sale!
milO IIOAT 70 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
X   olilncry, by Eastern makors.
^Appiy io
Mk-WIW. REWICKE A WULFFSOHN,
tljndto Vnncouver, B, c.
Jlailj) § ritish Columbian
WiriluciUj KrenlM. 9.1/ to, WSS,
Land for Sale,
BEING COUNKH LOT 10, BLOCK 4 N,
Range tl \V., Lulu Islaiid—j'ontalnliiH
160nores 0/Prime FARMING LAND, situate on a good road, and nbout IH mllos
from tbo North arm at Fraser River, B, C.
Price, $:wpcr iifrn part cash and balance on time with Interest at >t per cent,
Apply to
J. IL TODD A SON,
Victoria, B. 0.
Hotel to Lease!
milK, NEW THREE-STORY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Oornorof Clomoiil.ii CnlitmiiliiMt..
Apply lo
W.   A.  DUNCAN,
rlwfi!'*llt* Nrr\. Wentmlnntpr, B. 0.
Items or Interest.
Tho rennon some mon can't muke
both ends meet is becnuse they are
too busily engaged in making one
end drink.—TuUlists.
"What are pauses!" asked the
toaohei-of the primary class "Things
that grow on oats," piped the small
boy at tho foot—JSxchange.
The following were the traffic re
turns of the O.P.R. from'-May 7th
to Uth, 1888, 822-J.000; for the
same period in 188*7*, #211,O00Vin-
oreasefor 1888, JU.OOO.
A youthful applicant for graduation on being asked the other day,
"What- doea.hiptory teach!" answ****.
ed, "That tlie British never have been
whipped and never will lie."
Louis Frechette, the poet of
Lower. Oanada, has the honor pf
being commissioned to translate into
French Shakespeare's "King Lear,"
which is to be played in Paris. " I
. Little 3-year-oldArtln**.* Was i polling the cat's tail, when a gentleman
visiting thore said:1 "Yoii'musn't do
that; she will bite." To this he replied: "Cats don't bile at this end."
A Helena, Montana, despatch of
the 21th states that Assayer Brtden
of that territory reports the value
of the Montana gold and silver out
put last year as between -J23,000,-
000 and (24,000,000.
It is not known when London
was founded. The first historical
mention of tho city was by Tacitus.
Oursar invaded Britain in the year
5(1 B.0., and London was then quite
a city, that is, as to population.
My little four-year-old Mabel came
to nio the other morning to button
her apron—whioh is ingeniously
contrived to fasten behind for some
unknown feminine reason — and
thoughtfully remarked: "If I could
get behind myself I could doit."   ,
Cremation is said to be gaining
popularity in New York, "file cremation sooiety of that city has, during the past three years, incinerated
18G bodies, and the number is increasing at a rate whieh is said to
bo quite ■ gratifying to the stockholders. '
Tlie celebration at Westminster
went oil' fairly well, the various
boat races, sports, etc., affording
much interest to spectators. The
brass band played well. Altogether
it was a very jolly day. Everybody
came back in a jolly frame of mind.
-Herald.
Among the policy-holders of a
German life insurance company, the
death-rate of medical men in 1887
was 11.53 per cent, above the total
average. This was due to diseases
ef the respiratory organs, consumption, and infectious diseases. There
Was only one case of post mortem
poisoning out of 1052 deaths.
lt is said that canaries and other
birds may be freed from insects by
placing a white cloth over the cage
at dusk. During the night the insects will leave the birds for the
cloth, and in the morning they can
be destroyed by placing the cloth in
hot water. A repetition of the process will soon clear away the pests.
It is predicted by Mr. Charles G.
Leland that ten years hence pupils
in public schools will not only be
given mechanical training, but will
also be taught memory and quickness of perception, as a preparation
for studies requiring thought. In
this brief time "thore will be such
revolutions as no supernaturalist
ever dreamed of."
What She Did Say—"Edward,
why do I hear that you have disobeyed your grandmother, who told
you not to jump down these steps!"
"Grandma didn't tell ine not to,
papa. She only came to the door
and said: "I wouldn't jump down
theso steps, boys." * And I shuoldn't
think she would—an old lady like
her."—Examiner,
Soldiers in the Russian army are
said to he cured of intemperance by
a curious and heroic method. The
inobriate is locked up and given
only food boiled in nil favorite
wretched spirit and water. He
soon becomes horribly sick, but is
kept on this diet until the very
sight or scent of the spirit creates
in him an inextinguishable loathing
for it,
A Chicago man named Mother
has undertaken to make a collection
of the photographs of distinguished
persons for preservation ana reference. He has 8000 on hand already, but wunts to mako it ten.
Tliese are to bo placed in a vault
until the second centennial celebration, when they are to be taken out
by the mayor of Chicago and placed
on exhibition, If the collection is
at all complete the facet of some of
our oity aldermen will doubtless be
found there.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Childnn Cryfor PitcWsCMtoria
Ayrshire Winn the Wertiy--Eviction* Id
IrrUflil—Ibr l-opo I'ccIh Intercut nl
In (he IrUh Agitation*
France llolnln Ihe TrM'olor Over one of
Ihe I'linnurl Hlauilii—rntslAnil Will
HoldllcrBtclil*.
LAST NIGHT'S DSBPATCHKS.
FIRB IN HCOTI.ANI) YAIIH.
|... London, May 29.—A firo t>f mya-
torioui origin occurred in Scotland
Yard on Saturday night, and, singularly enough, it was started in tho room
whero the records of dyiuitmtun* arc
■kept. The circumstanced were kept
secret until to-day, when it to|kod out;
through the discovery that a committee of enquiry, presided over, by Gen.
Straclmu, had begun the work of seeking for the cause of the tire and fixing
the responsibility therefor. AH the
information obtainable at Scotland
Yard points to the fact that tlie ancret
police are more alert than they havo
been for many months and are in pos-
Beaiion of clue* of more importance
than those usually serving na the basis
of dynamite scares and police activity
in connection therewith.    . .
v; -O'UOMKOU*   POWElt.
Victoria, May 29.—Mr, O'Connor
Power wai presented with an address
of welcome by the citizens, which was
read by Mayor Grant. The theatre
was crowded, nud during the reply of
Mr. Power, which covered an hour's
time, bo was enthusiastically received.
After referring to the wonderful pom
bilities in store for the Dominion, and
other matters, ho touchod upon the
home rule question, stating his well-
known views upon thnt important
matter. The meeting was representative in character and attended by the
most prominent citizens, on tbe platform being the Hon. John Robsun,
the provincial seoretary.    )   <
OITAWA ITEMS.
Ottawa, May 29.—The name of General Middleton iB prominently mentioned
in connection with the appointment of a
successor to Colonel Oliver as coiiywm-
dnnt of the Royal Military College at
Kingston.
The government overland expedition
of the North-West moimtoi' police de-
tnolunent sent to the Kootenay country,
B. C, lost fall to preserve order, will be
withdrawn next week, as a dangerous
Indian outbreak ia no longer feared.
Tho government organ announces the
appointment of Mr. C. H. Tupper as
minister of marine and fisheries. The
approaching appointment of Lieutenant-
Governor 1)ewdncy as minister of the
interior is also foreshadowed liy the
same paper..
Tlie moths fiveiidi as provided for in
the recent fishery treaty has just been
put in operation by tho Dominion government.
All civil servants are notified to take
the oath of allegiance before ttie end of
the month under penalty of not receiving
their cheque for June,
It is understood from an authoritative
source that negotiations for the settlement of the Behring Sea dispute havo
assumed a favorable phase daring the
last three weeks. Just what is the nature of the propositions now boing considered will be a secret for tho present,
but it is certain that in the future developments Canadian interests will he
shown not to be overlooked.
LANDING IMMIGRANTS.
Quebec May 29.—Tho decision of the
Allan and the' Dominion lines of steamships to land emigrant passengers at
Montreal in future, instead of at Quebec,
causes great excitement here, as tbe
landing of emigrants here is worth at
least $400,000 yearly to the Quebec
steamships.
l-IfOIU ON 8TOIKE.
Montrbai, May 29.— Tho novel
spectacle of a ohurch choir on strike is
to be seen at St. Lambert, a pretty
suburb in the south part of the city.
The choir demanded to be allowed to
take up a collection every Sunday to
pay their expensei, but tho church
warden objected, offering instead that
all of the entire collections on one
Sunday in the summer, to be called
choir Sunday, should be given to tho
choir. This they refused, and a
stormy meoting was held Monday
night, the result of which was that tbe
choir nnd organist resigned.
THEf.P.K. NOT ANTAGONISTIC.
New Yoiik, May 29.- Tho World
having published a special despatch
from Winnipeg stilting thut thu Canadian Pacific Railwtiy hod made tigrt-e-
ment with tho Beatty line of steamers
not to carry rails forthe Red River
Road, Mr. George Olds, Traffic Manager of theC. I*. II., seen to-day, suit]
there wis not the slightest truth iu tho
statement. Far from the C.P.R. conspiring with the Beatty Hue of steamers
to provont tho transportation of the
rails, the Railway Company had made
an offer to attorney-general Martin
through Mr. Kerr to cany the rails
at a lower rate than offered by any
other line, which was refused because
the government preferred to let an
American line, havo the business.
The C.P.R. bas no desiro to prevent
the building of the Red River road,
and recognizing the fact that the road
is to be built, they have accepted tho
situation.   It is not their desire to
Slace any obstacles in the way. They
eiiro peace, and tho alleged difficulty
with the Manitoba government is
equally unfounded, aa there It no unpleasantness between the oompany and
the government that Mr. Olds knows
of.
A GOOl> BMPBE8S.
Berun, May 29. —Much exeitement
waa caused in the oity this morning by
a report that the Royal theatre had
fallen, burying a number ot people in
the ruins. All sorts of reports were
circulated. The true facti are that
while a number of workmen were
making some alterations in the theatre,
s scaffold, erected on the stage, fell,
carrying down a number of men who
were at work upon it.   Only ono of ■
them was killed and about half-a-dozen
injured seriously and 7 slightly hurt.
As tho reports spread, crowds from all
parts of the city Hocked to the scene,
and in a short time several thousand
people had gathered in the vicinity of
the theatre. One of tho first to Listen to tho spot was nono Jess than tho
oniproBS herself. When tho true facts
j wero learned the crowd quickly dis-
j porsed, tho umpress, however, made
persistent enquiries us to tho condition
of Ihe injured and subscribed n handsome purse for tho relief of their
families.
UI1EKAL   UNIONIST WH'IKTV.
JLonijox, May 2!).—Mr. Chamberlari
was elected president of the new Liberal*'
Unionist Society at Birmingham -tonight.
He highly eulogized the scheiiie for the
.solution of the Irish question, recently
5ul)lished in the Birmingham Pott, and
eclared that he would not go farther
though he should live 20 years longer.
A settlement of the land question,.he
said, must precede the reform of, the laical
governinf nt. The second article, detailing the scheme outlined in the first publication, appears in the Birmingham Pout
to-duy, Ihis article deals chiefly with
the question of reform in Irish railways
and fisheries and leaves no doubt of it
being Mr, Chamberlain's authorship.
kiieridan's life.
Nkw Yobk. May 29.—The 2Yi&inie
says that General Sheridan's personal*
memoirs will soon be issued. They
will fill 2 octavo volumes of between
600 and COO pages each. The text is
entirely General Sheridan's work. He
tells the story of his life und gives his
views and impressions of the stirring
events in which he figured.
WAR   PREPARATIONS.
London*, May 29 —The reports come
from Russian Poland that a special
commission haa under consideration
the question of victualling the garrison
nf half a million of men in the 10
Warsaw fortresses and also that a eon-
sideiable number of soldiers have been
detailed for work in tho army tailoring establishments there.
THIS   AFTERNOONS DESPATCHES.
TUB  W.RBY.
Loxnox, May 30.—Ayrshire won the ■
Derby to-day; Craberry  second, Van-
diemaus third.
PARTIAL   REOII'HOCITY.
Oitawa, May 30.—Sir Charles Tupper, wbo Is now on his way to England,
has instructions to urge the imperial and
colonial government to proceed with negotiations to establish a system of com- .
merciat reciprocity between tlie Britisli*
American provinces, the West India pos-
session* nnd tho Australian dependencies.
THE MARITIME BANK.
St.   John,   N.B.,  May 30.—Some
startling facts relative to the defunct
iir.ritiii-t* bank leaked out in court here
yesterday. The evidence justified the ■
suspicion that McLolian, the manager,
kept tivo sets of books to hide tho true
state of tbe bank's affairs from tho directors. McLellan is said to be operating now in real estate in Omaha.
FRENCH AUDACITY1,
LusimN, May 30.— A Frenoh gunboat
hoisted the tii-color over Maitca Island.
This is one of the Marques group, hitherto recognized as one of the Channel
Islands. Lord Salisbury will maintain
England's claims to the island.
AGAIN IMPROVE]!.
Milan, May 30.—The emperor of Brazil, who had another relapse yesterday,
has again improved,
THEROADTOINlilA.
New York, May 30.—A cablegram to
.tho World from London, says: By the
completion of tho Russian railway to
Samarkand, the armies of Russia are able
to reach western India In five days, and
Afghanistan is not no far off as it was.
England's scares seem to have some basis
when this fact is taken into account.
THB SWEDISH KING.
LoMKur, May 30.—The king of
Sweden is to arrive in London this
week from Lisbon, and will be present
st tho state ball next Wednesday. The
Prince and Princess of Wales are to
give a dinner at Marlborough houso in
his honor.
EVICTIONS IN  IRELAND.
Drcuy, May 30.-William O'Brien
in the courso of a speech at Limerick,
yesterday, statod that forty thousand
tenant***, had received notices of eviction.
URAND TRUNK EAIIWAY.
London, May 30.— A special meet-'
ing uf tho stockholders of tho Grand
Trunk inilway, to decide on the acceptance of the provisions of the act of
ISSS, has been railed for Juno 7th.
If tho acts' provisions are accepted
resolutions will bo submitted for creating debenture and preference stocks
and for the approval, or otherwise, of
tho traffic contracts with the Chicago
& Grand Trunk & Saginaw & Muskegon railroads. Permission has been
obtained to run steamships between
Atlantic ports and Groat Britain.
THK  POPE IS UNDISTURBED,
Romk, May 30,— The pope follows
with close attention the proceedings of
the meetings held in Ireland for the
purpose of protesting Against the papal
rescript. His holiness nnd the Vatican
are convinced that opposition to tho
decree is purely factious, and owes ita
origin to disappointed mombers of tho
nationalist party.
VESSEL WRECKED.
San Franoisco, May 30.—-A dispatch to tho Merchants Exchange from
London, this morning, says news re*
ceived here of the wreck of the British
bark Henry James, from Newcastle,
N.S.W., for San Francisco. Thirty of -
the crew and passengers havo boen
landed at Palmyra Islands.
The lumber production of tho
Ottawa Valloy, Oanada, for this
season is about seven hundred million feet. _
Pleasant as syrupt nothing equals It ae
a worm medicino; the name Is Mother
Graves'Worm Exterminator. Tht greatest worm destroyer of tho age.
\    J» d    0   tit i ,f ail!) §rtfiiah tEilttiiibi-.iii
«filin»il«y Kvriiluii. Hny l»). '**«.
Our Mtaemml ootempoi*nry of th-a
A'-w. gets nwny with ■> column thii
morning in arnica voring to cxplnin
what he did not inoriii to nny in «
recent editorial on the Ifruser Hivrrr
improvements; but into this explanation have been interjected a number of observations whicli were
scarcely germaiu to tliu mutter.
Tim Ooi.UMin.vx bus tievur denied
tlmt thorn iti rr grille deal ot' community of interest lri't.wi__n the two
mainland rutins. Indeed, it lias
pointed out that ilu; solid prosperity
of WcstininstiT bus never lioen so
liiarltcd a.s during tbe prist two years,
when Vancouver wus enjoying tlm
stimulus of it very rurperrtiililo liuirin.
Our cotemporary is troubled because
we intimated thnt in constructing
bis editorial on tin; Fraser River,
and some oilier articles referring to
questions in wbiob Westminster was
specially interested, there were motives operating in bis mental laboratory which be wus carefully endeavoring to coni'i'nl. If. the intimation
did ourcotoniunrui'y un injustice we
nre extremely snrry, but. tlie impression which proiii|.tud lt was obtained
from a perusal of tlm articles thorn-
selves, and we lirtwr found a similar
impression prevailing very extensively in the minds of people in this cily
who have tlie privilege of reading our
cotompomry's observations. We
have more tlmu onerr acknowledged
frankly tire g.ntitude of ourselves
and the people of Westminster for
the interest manifested by our salt
water cotemporary in the ulliiirs of
this cily, and we cannot say that
this feeling has been uniformly promoted by tbe editorials to which exception has been talten. Out' co-
teuiporriry has doubtless heard of
persons who bave foolishly undertaken the perilous feat of riding two
horses at once, and the disastrous
consequences which sometimes result. If he has, we need only say
that some of bis editorials relating
to Westminster's interests ns viewed
from a Vancouver standpoint remind
one forcibly of thut kind of performance; Hut our eoteurporary fails
entirely to grapple with the paragraph we quoted from his Fraser
River editorial, of which'the following is a verbal im copy: "It is nlso
very probable .bar for some time to
come it will un: Ire u issibloto obtain
a sunt en blue Mitbeieiitly large to
complete the iiitpniviruieiits in the
timo that tln-y would be eliected provided the money required was available." If bur cbtenfporary will be
good enough to concentrate for a
moment his prodigious powers of
analysis upon this remarkable development of his fertile brain, perhaps he may succeed in evolving
therefrom a hidden giam of common
s -1110 which we confess ourselves utterly unable io discover.
str iry others which am sometimes
even more important than those tiny
protect. One of Grant Britain's
greatest sources of wealth is her
shipping; and frhtr could never have
achieved snoli extraordinary results
mirier n high tni'ill',
Late raiiHiliim News,
iSuuiuK, May25— Mr. J. A. Him-
ell, just returned frum Lake Wiiuiipuj,
reports mi illlttietl.u line of ice JHliluiud
at the mouth of the Red river, and
prospects are not v .ry bright for t nny
navigation. All tho stemuliurlt men,:
and especially tho Iish men, arelnnxHiiis
to see tiro ico move. Oautier & Co. nre
anxious to dispatch steamers in Hurl
Throat river for utr'iil. When the rum-
sun opens tr.illic will be lively, und
tho town will feel the guild efiects nl
the extensive lake trade.
Niauara Falls, May .25. -• The
Queen's birthdny was made the occasion of throwing npeu to the public
Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Rnrk, it
twin sister to the stale reservnte u • u
the American side, both uf ullicb arc
destined for the proservipjiiii nf. the
great cataract. The Canadian park
contains 118 acres, and is 11 mil s
long, Tho cost nf the park ro ■ ate is
83115,000. There were no formal cme-
monies attending tire npetiing, l.ut it i-r
Proposed t>. iroltsbruUr the tm nt mi
lotiiiniuii day in  a lilting maimer.
MoNTitBA!., Mav 25.~-]i!x-I>u-i'rtivi'
Nacgel was sentenced to ten ye.ns in
the penitentiary tins iiiiiriiing by Jtul^e
Baby, lt is rumored that Bureau, ex-
(i.T.R., detective, will p'end .guilty,
and bo sentenced to live years.
Ottawa. Mny 211.-Tlio uiiiiisier nf
customs bus sent;. litter to .1. tl. Allen, malinger ami miner of the American vessel, Bridgewater, respecting his
claim fur compensation for seizure, us
Ihe government believe, there ti lib
legal claim. The vessel wus seised
when seokiu. shelter in distress nud
detained 81 days fur alleged violation
of the Customs act.
Lord Stanley is expected tn arrive
at Quebec ubuut J une the 15tb. If he
comes to Oitawa at nil it will only be
for & few days. He will gu almost immediately down the St. Lawrence nr
to New Brunswick fur salmon fishing.
Judge Founder, of the supreme court,
left here fur Halifax to swear iu General Lord Russell as administrator
until Lord Stanley arrives.
In a recent issue the San Francisco llitlletin manifests somo alarm at
the prospect of tho carrying trade of
the Pacific coast passing entirely
from the American to the British
ihig. "Thero was a time," it says,
"when the steam service to Ohina
and Japan from this port wns exclusively American. Tho Pacific
Mail Co. enjoyed nu absolute mon
oply of the trade with the Orient,
Australia, tho Hawaiian Islands,
Panama and Central America ports.
The steamships engaged in tho Vancouver Island trade nlso carried the
American ilag." But now, our co-
temporary points out, this is all
changing. Already the British Hag
may be seen dotting the Pacific
ocean, and the current of events
points to the probability thnt the
trade of this great ocean, which is
increasing enormously from year to
yoar, will before long go into British
bottoms. The planing of the Canadian Pacific line of steamers on the
route between China and Man Fran
eisco, as well ns between I'Liiiu and
I'rUish Columbia, is one of the significant events of the year. Moreover, several of tho best slirniuers
plying in connection with the American lines are British vessels, for
it has not been found posnlile to obtain American built steamers nt reasonable cost. When tlm Aineririin
Ilag controlled the P.icilic trade it
was carried entirely by tbu old-
fashioned side-wheel wooden ve-selsr
When iron and steel caniu to supersede the wooden walls, then Britisli
shipyards had to supply tbe demand.
Our bay eity ootemporary greatly laments this condition of things, b.n
does hot seem able to perceive win in
ouo of the chief causes lies. The
lliiltetiii is a lllninn journal anil.
therefore, is a hardshell protectionist,
organ. If it was conducted with us
much independence as ability it
would probably admit publicly thnt
the high protective tariff of the
United Slates is very seriously cii|-
plirig'Aiiierican shipping interests
not only on ibis coast but everywhere, Before tlie time of the high
tnrill' the Americans had a very n-
sprvtublii Uriel, of merchantmen, but
their foreign iil*ippiiig. triulri is now
almost wholly In the iiujids.of foiuicii
vessels. A somewhat similar pro.
cess is gii'iig'Mi  in Canada.   HiiTnli
the lltlir'plillll "f I'hllN.P. •il.rtnllll.rlii,
h.Hilii.rii-.^e.l.'uiiil a large fu'i'piu'-
Li.hi nf Hit* viwri'ls owned mill iijn.i'1
nt.ed liv ('.I'niitlintiH hnvo been ' built
in f-rti.il. llriti.t'i.' While high t.rr-
ill'i iliiubfl.'ss nH'iiril substantial pollution tr' iniiiy industries, they <!"•
phlldtmit^forWteh»r'«C»storl8
Pimples, Bolls
AndCarbanoles result from ibtloliiita: od
impoverished,or hnpuro condition nf t,'»
blood. Ayor's Sarscparinaiirevciiifriiiin]
cures theso eruptions ait'IiininriiliHiiiurs.
by removing their caime;' tlio only eheet-
nal -way of treatiug them.
Ayer'a SarsapariUa has prevented th***
usual course otBoilH, which liave pahiod
and distressed mo evory season for noy-
era! years.—G. Sealed, Plaiuvillo, Mich.
I was badly tvouhlod with Pimples on
the face; also with a dU'.t'.or.'ti.iuuoJ the
skin, which showed it.-teit in ugly dark
patches. No external troatmont did
more than temporary tjoud. Ayor's Ear-
laparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
md I havo not been troubled since—
T. Wi Bodily, ltlvcr Kt., Lowell, Mass.
I was troubled with Boila, and my
liealth was much imiyiiruil. I bogan
using Ayer's Sr.rstiparilla, ond, in uuo
time, the eruptions all disappeared, and
my heultli was ('ninpletely restored.—
Johu ft. Klki::-4, Editor Stanley Observer,-
■YlbL-niGili!. N. C.
I was troubled, for a Ions time, with a
liunior which njiiiearal ou my face in
jgly Pimples and illotchoa. Ayer's Sar-
iaparUlucnnjilinfi. Iocnsidcritthobest
blood purifier iii thi! worhi.--Charles H.
Smith, Nortli i_;.-_^i.->l*my, Vt.
Ayer's SarsapariUa
Is 3old by all druggists. Ask for Ayer'a
3arsaparilla, und dq not be persuaded to
ahe nny other. ft
Prepared by Dr. J.O. Ayer &Co., Lowell, Hue.
l*ri<c«l; idx bottles, «B.
Dairy Fai|I
FOK.   SALE.
pUXW HKtftftVKD INMWUKrnONM
i.fmrti Mr. .luHN lIAtiOAtAffi«l'" "
Htlrlnn from llie l-iiMn'sM^M by pr -
vate sale, ItOHlC HIM- HAtKY, wlflell
conslctBuf ihe Lewie of Kiirm for«yearn,
l!2 tiead of Milk Cows, which have been
well delected, nnd 11 number of Heiri-r***,
HlcorKimii Ciilvuf, nm- >o!u- Work t'tilili1,
2 Homes mul Delivery t nn, Willi aoom*
plelu Dairy OnifU. .    .    ,,
Also-a full complement of AwrlfUlluml
Implements, cniihlKilti}; at
1 AlowlnB Mnuhlne,
1 I'ratrte (liH'Pii Plow.
F.;i'UClitl-nNti.l).
2ltow IRBlts, LKl-OW,
WHh a largo number of l!llloK*'lis, IMn-lts
nnil QoesP. ,   ,     | j     .
Alsn — HS utii'pn l-"ii«l   on   I.iilii iHliiml
whioh is fcnuciLuml.iluiliuiU.iuid in iu-unn
(■OIl'lltl'Hl,
h'nr rorllitT |tiHlt_inlarM apply lo ilu* nn-
.|riNl;:iM"lorim Mn* i>ronil.**i-s.
If inr! sold h.v llieHltli Junr, will he .-■•hi
hv I'lilMc Auction oi. the i!u*l .Inly.
T. J. TK4PP.
M«y8. W&'-UUl
.\rr*nnM;i:n.
OLD STAND,
Opp llie ('. P. X. (Vs Wlliirr.
' Kuril flcnornl AHsorlmi-nlof
Dry Goods,
OLOTiimsra-,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries, Crockery* <'*'r«'-
nge. At,
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Grain, feed, &i'.
FARM "PPLODUCE
DODOHT OH SOLD ON COMMISSION.
jAatas~wis-B,
Frost Sthket,   •   New WtrsTMlNSTEH.
tlm>-22inl
INOTiCE.
To Claimant* of l*aml,in New Westmin-
Hter District, which wasfornnrly Reserved nmhr the Pr6vi*%Wi nflhe "Sumas.
Dykimj Act, 1878.'.
NOTICE IS HKRKItY OIVEN THAT
a Commlstloncr will visit Cliilll-
wlmck about ihe first week In June for
the inirpo-ii- of lmlilim: imitilricH nml
tuklntf cvlilfiiice in nil cusps of tllspnlcd
claims to land, ■pnn.onn who nre lntet*-
enU-A tire licrohv in.lillt-'il lo lm prcimrcil
with tlielr L'vhleniio at Iho lime men-
"T*"*..       '.K....VKKSON.
(Jhlei C!fiminlss|oit*»r«f Lands A Works.
Land« and Works Deltiutment,
Vlctorln, H. C. 10th May, isss.
dwnfyl-iwil
lee!   Ice!   Ice!
DW.PORT*Ol). llEOTO ANNOUNCE
thnt. tlmy arrr preirriretl In Ui'llver
unre Ir'ii ilullj In nny .mit "I lim 'US',
orrlom miry lio lull nt nm commit*/.1*
Ir™«lni*«miililliiiiiiiiriit,iiriri nilli-.v Brnn.'
Tntimfpr Rtniili'n,n'lieltr pirilirillurk m«,v
lieoliiiiiiiBl. ilin>a)rvl
HOMBj HABNESS k
BUOKBOARD
FOR   SALE.
PBH'fi. *'*1».0((.
Apply to tho
11ISHOU   OP    KKW   WIIKI'MlXsrHn.
ilin>ri.'irir _       _
Loan Office!
MONEY . I.OANKD
On W'Htirlnrs, I'tNliils, I'luli', nr Onnrll uf
Any Jl[i-ii>r!pll	
Second-Hunil Furniture
HOIIflltT* SOLD.
AOVANC3ES MADF
On Hpumliolil Hii'irln or I'roiwrl.v ol
uny kin .       	
Lots! Lots! Lots!
BuildingT-otsMthl IniniyimrtoniH'Towo
on Monthly InstnlliiK'iusto unit l'nr-
uliiiserfl.   No InlorcKt r.lmrtfl'il.
411 llllHlllCHH ilrl-llv 4(MinUftill;il.
•VtTXJ^XsX-i-TStX. K.XIXD-V
AUCTIONEER
FRONT ST11KKT,
tt* Noxt Door lo <!*i1i*ilniiiu IIolT'1'.
(Iwin.v.Tc
TEN GRATES k CASES
CROCKERY
 AND —
GLASSWARE
JUST ARRIVED FROM THK EAST.
Tug for Sale!    MissesCarr&McRae
TUU HpATra Ir-BKT; UUMFODNDillA-
(rlilnriry, try RftBlerii miikrrlii.
Apply In
MEsmi-i. HRWrOICK A WDLI'-WOHN,
rljiidtc Viinciniver, a 0,
New Westminster Houtheni
Italhva.v.
A MRl'.'l'INtl OP SUBSCKIBEI1S TO
A llnr I'lipllnl .look nf theN. W. AS.
It. II. will lie held at their olIk-i'H, Mnttoulir
Illnek, on Hiimliiy. Jane lllh.ltuw,atl)
p, in., rnr Hie pm-poseof eleetln_ ilirectiirrr.
T. j. TRAPP,
WAI. MoCOU,,
'  tlniyl'tti l-riivlHliiinil DircetiirKi
Important Notice!
Al.f,'IKItiK ACCIUUNTH IHIHTOMK
MfNT lm nettled (iiilliwllh.irlllier liy
cash of mile. Thin in liiinlllvirly noeeiHUiy
lo hiivo ex|iense.i. ng the hiinliicnri must tie
wnnird up llililicillatcll/.
0. (I. MAJOR.
New Went., M»jr'15.1888. dirnylilc
Plain White Ironstone China
IN AU. I.INKN.
Eartlirnware Flower Pots In oil
Frl/cn.
Full assortment nf NEW (II.ASSWAItK
olieap.
C. -J. ROBSON.
rihiyaio
1IAV1NII   RKOHKTI.Y   IMI'011'IKH
HKItll UK IIKIll-CliUliK
JLST ARRIVED
Per C.P.R.,
THELARCliSTANDI1EST ASSORTED STOCK OF
English, French, Scotch
and Irish
SUITINGS
. Kver,SIiowir in N'tnv Wenlnilnriti-r.
West ori!nj(liimI Rrotulelot lis
and Doeskins nnd Faney
Trousering.
J. | MANSON,
Columbi* St., 0|ip. H«K«ntle8t.i
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
dapl3*/!	
(LATE OF SEATTLE)
FASIIIONAULE 0BES8J1AKEB.
At thi Bon Marohe,
OtiliiinlilftW.,     •     Ntrw rffestnUiistfr.
Akviiiii for tno Hrc«li« Suunllv. < otwl.
____
AqWmrl Ti|k HIIBEN & CO., Vlotorm.
'   ilwocrlyt
- Administrators Notice.
In ru tlie Estate, of 'full" Sinclair, i\e-
cenneA intcNtati',
ALL l^iUHOSfi INDEHTED 'J'O THE
above Estntis must pity tin* nmnnnta
of tlieir IndebtounoKH lo tho undei'ittlOied
forthwith nnd nil nerKOiiH having clnimB
iiHitliiHl the nhovp Mstit'o intiHt Hend Ilit-m
in, duly vorliled, not later than noun oh
Britnrdiiy th« !Jlrd dny or.Inne proxtirtn.
W. II. FALDINU,
dnu23Ul. I Admtnlstmtiir.
C. E. WOODS, i      A. Q. WMBIE,   .
Land Surveyor. Notary Publio
LAND SURVEYORS.
THOROUGHBRED BULL
FOR BALE.
TIIR tlN-liKUMONEIl   OKI'VltK Krrll
mile III.' milemlld Hurl, I10VMI: Bill.
whl. heni'lieil nil the nrin" rr' llrelii.l I'm-
Vlnehll  Knllll.l'lnn. In'lil ril ClillllM'liliek
Inst full.  Till- II nl mul   I-  ln-1 imm
year* nlll,lllli| Is rr rnoii-l.T -Ize Inrlil-
rilie. l'nrt'.-iilnri nml H" IL'ree fni'iilslie.l
nn ii|iiilli.iiltoii. "Iiuilil linj'i l.ninireil
for Mile nl n luni'iilii iKriin.e I hnve nn
rniiin lur lilm.
!■: rininisiiv,
iliemy'jsie Ninriunni. II. r.
Samuel Msllard,
NOTARY   PUBLIC,
Merchant and Commission
.1AHMS 1*11(1 |.minis II, IX IHU'EII
,\giiill for Hie fritrzi'iis' InHiiriiiii'i
Cnrr	
Ilenl. I'ln llnnk-, Stlnliiille )', Mlr.llelne-.,
C.irlerv nnil Kiiire, ftiHiiJn;
Air,-i t:fur III" snle.if lhe"Cn!llln'ili'n''
trews ti|<fi-.   Ann  irss,
winy'rr      I'.i-I Irlllee,rlillllHkmk,B.I'.
THE NI.W WESTMINSTER
Machinery Depot
O !•• "ii*" X O M -.
SANK OF B, 0. BUil.DlN',
MllW   W'l'stlllillHtrrl',   II.  (J,
F.B.SmcM&Go!
MlMAUlKillTSA KNUl.VKKHS.     '
IitiiHiii-rr-** X Hvnlcrs In Nt*w *V
Ht'-ron-tMiniMl Mnvhliicry.
PROVINCIAL SiRCnETARY'M OFFICE.
2Sth llnroh, 1WW.
Tlm followjiig telfgnun tram Mm Excel-
lencythfi niivomor-Oi'iior.-il t'lTIInHtm-
onr tho filiditfiiiftnt-Oovpi'intr, In reply th
a tPlegnfn} from Kit Honcmr, stutlnir thnt
ltwas nndi-rfiitto'l Unit parUfs lining; ont
for lU'lu-lnu''-* swv wi-ro ftrinlng fnr Ihe
plii-poii-nf reslslhin seizure, 1« puhllKhnd
fnr Kft'iipnii Infonnntlnn.
.INO. UOHSON,
Prnvlnnlnl Wi'cn'tary.
TKI.K(;it\M.
Oitawa, 27th March, \m
To t.l Kl'TKSANT-OOVEltKOIt
okBritish OOMT-wniA,
VlOTOIlIA.
Yonr (Jovcniiiifiii nhould limte pnldlc
ii>> i:*i*i>antinningpcrHOiisKolin;oit Sciillni:
i's;.i* !itl«iiN to refrnln from assert ion of
thoir ilnlits liy force, aud from taking on
hoard arms nnd ammunition In excofn nf
their usual reiiiilrcmenK Tho whole
maltfrtH engaging tho attention of Iter
Maji'nty1** flovenunput and forme the (tub-
,|prt of dlplritiiatla itogotiatloiiH now 111
pro;.'!ess .\ii.Y'lilleuip'*ir*it<* lutihni In the
itHiiiiwliItt- would Iw iiHifl i.l'*i.rtiii"iil;il to
ilrlllsh (oliiruhliin Inferi'KfM nud n-IHit
h'uil to KBiiotii. complU'ii'lnns null he
ffIUoff(*d h.v grave cotisfq'M'iieeM hi llto.p
nn-1,
[
till.
I.ANsufisvN'r..
\l..t\       lll'liri \HI-rOV.
(' ANAIH.
PillIVIMT. UK Illtll'IsU Pill ir.MIIIA.
VlC'I'lllll \. liy lln' Mrrnrei.f llnl.'.f Mn
1'nllHil Klii'ilimi nl rn  IVn'ii nnr
Irehii'l.r.'irti:.;. l..f knit in. Knllh
,t».,.te.,A.'.
Tiinlll; idllitH |W I'lerilli -hill Ml|i( -
flllKlrrrvrr.
A t'lt'lI'LAMAI'liiv,
I*. .K liniv.i i I* M. X   YK
ll-liiitii.lttiinii'ti-it.i, fil J 1\   ih'l   Ilu
"AelHiB in' l.'Jilll'l|  I Hi" I*!*.*, ne. .i
Rrltlsl. ('..linn ,le. I rnili.T i'   nl	
hnvn Ik hi, ill-KII.-lvi-.l |li)  III    I'.'ivlle	
the t'mt'1'tli'l'Oeliw.ll  ,1 I nn.el,. In (liiin
ell.
Yirrrr'.'.
fhep.       Tllle.
I AM NOW PtlEPAItRD TO DKI.IVEK
ANVWHEUK IX THIS CITV, KITH*
Ull MORNiNCI Olt KVKXIMI,
RICH JERSEY MILK.
Whltrll I (llliu-illllee tn hu its run- ns 11
Com es fi'inii the Cows.
ffff-AII nrili'r. left nt. Hie Hloi'l'S nl
Messrs.WOI.KKNIlKN.il. M.CI'XNI Ml
HAM * CO. nml AUSTIN will reeeive
liroinpl inri riir.ni,
tlmhllllir THOMAS OUliHIHCHAi**.
I Air Aet Inn-
ini'inl thnt
" sn mu Hi
liv h Ins
,11 Ael ll.
II vft e n I
llnr lllllnl
..f
Mm III,'* Mny rll'.CM.
IVI'I.M M'KS uiVKV f,.r .ii|i|,|.vliii(iiiiil
I i t'Uiir! Sim- Mi ij, KhMir Alilfi, Pinilliir
! Mill-. Wnnneri Mlll-ilinnr'/. Mill.. >M'.
I     "l.irliie rt nih n urieelnlly.
I     .MI'III'llI.TIJItAI.     MAtrillNKIIY   I'.V
I hii'linn I'litlinlmi mill Airie|'le|tll irintl l'.
!    , .' Itl'llll'llltiei, wc  lire t'I'lte l-"iI iiien
' nil, eim iilvi y i.i r'.llillil.'llll.l.'ilnri ,11.
!    (' ii-.iisiiiiliileii-e Silllr l-il.
F. 0. STRICKUID UO,
ilW'mJrtflfli       Ni*:w Wt.wtMl'ix*!"*1'". I* A
Chhi'se    Mmih,'.mi.Mny il   Wn
•i'i<-!illl An ,\el, mi*.
m-lid   tin*
"IiiMnI Aet
IS>-I" Marlll.'Sil Mnv :ll. IH II
S7,elt.7 \hAi'IIiipi.
I.ll.l-Sll       11
coin i  irt
A |1 p D li I
fintii the
i ■ HHi)itVlar>
iIih'Ih'iik of
Mntflill't'P Ap.lli.'H-' April ty.W.
lNTR8Tt«lJNV WIIKUK'il*', W'P till VO (Ml!**
ed Dice Our |_e U'l's to he made I' .-
lent.ii'id the ureal senl of ihe mi..I
I'l-'iVhiee to ho hereunto nlllxed:-
WiTNtaw, llie Honotiniiiu- Hui.h
5)m_H0», IjUirtt>niuiMlf'V(<niorofiini
s*i!d i'l'iviuee of Hritb'li llotuinhlii.
!li .ihi'iOltyof vietorl-iJiiOurmil I
I'l-uvhH'o, Milt Tmlh day of Mn.'',
. in Uie year of ntir /jftl tlUe
Mi.min nd elulit Ilini'liiMl nnd rlulify-
*  eight, uti-l III tin- flfly-ltist year of
Oilf ll'tKll,
llvCoiiniiaiid.
JNO. IltllWON,
diny2lw|t   f   ■ (Vivlficijil^c^lHTjr. ■
^SycevEWMEhrsT
il* O O JSL !
20PiA^&onS^S20
On ihe Way.    Wilt hum he Here.
fhlltJ (ilti-AT STM>K l*lt mi HAS All-
I ilveii!!! Tli- "\t Ml-." .■! '.")■■ u--r'.n
(h.-ii.!.:t-l. luetic, ker.I HMilMa- ». Also,
the greal tmpinw.i ihi'I mt|hllc tlmul*
iiloh. llie l.i-M r.>Hiiiii.ui-Hiiiil>- I'lano.
K»iii»rh A I lirMy IMi.ihi*..    \V. W. Klin
lui'i   I  t'lil'-ngi.   tul 1 MlK  uKOANK,
Mil.)  toinljiv pi  .'tram »U) In
S W pi r un hi ih. :<i w i'i'ihM- fur rent, und
i.-nl applied 1/ piiteliiiKUtl, TunlliK and
»i|iiiirli>lt.
«. IMiTERS,
IIUBWAUVB) I
AN-H C0NVKYANCERS.
-A-0-B21TT-S   \sT01S.
HRE.—TI10 W^stxjru nf Toronto, The .Etna, The City uf l.niidnn„!iiiirt The Hart-
ford. f
LIFE.—The New York hltc Inauraneet.'o.
A-WIDESr.-ThoTiwi'Iem*of Hartford.1
lnnd Snrvcytns In nil Hs brunches accurately und piomptly carried out,
Vity and Bwbiirlmn IjihiU for Salr.   We
can show a complete list nf desirable lo*
cntlllea.
tarailm Lnnrtn. Improved nnd vtnim*
proved, UiroiiKliou, tin* district.
Mining nm! oilier Slock bought A sold.
Honey lo Itinu ou lirst movtgngfl nl low
rates.
TKI.Kl'llONK Cat.l No. !13,
P.O.DttAWF.ll W.
WOODS, TJDB1TKIU-9AMBIK,
Offici, It-iAWi Block,   •   Columbia Strict
NKWWKHTMlNKTEn.
dinli'lle
PAOIFIC
Carriage Works!
COLHMBI A.ISTHKET,
Now IVcHlmliislcr, B. C.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS.     '
MAKVFACTtlKEHB k IUPOItTBItH oK
c. Mcdonough
r.   ; , fUVINO, TAKEN
liumlhom's Biiihlliis, Front St.
(Porin'iirly ocirupled by Kyle .t Tlltim).
18   NOW  HB.ADV
to servo his customers und everybody,
with iih Komi a Htoek us n man wuuts to
select from.
' nrj Goods, *KrocerlL'H,. l*rovisions,
Trorliri y, lilinotM nre, Hoots-, Ac.
C'Omc and see the new place, and Ifd ii"
know what you thick of It.
d-troolfife C. ircOQKUUOH.
S1
. CnlrilTilt' UEVWWXi APPKAI.
A Kill linlinlil in.ili-.Ctil'NCII,rilAM-
IlKIIHilll
mi Miiuv, tim mikSt*,
At .1 o'lrluck |i. in., wlron nil iroiiiiiliiliuu
mtiilimi ttii; a,n.miii,fnt /or Irwti will in'
heitrtl nntl tlrttrrmliieil.
By onlrr,
ilrayltil
J. A. ROBINSON,
O. M. C.
NOTIOE.
ITTINGH OF THE  COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held:
At Lillooet, on Wedneadny, ?0th Mny.lfJSS.'
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 13th June;i88«.
At K*Mile House, on'Thursdhy, 28th
i  June, 18KR.
At Soda Creek, ou Saturday, 30th June,
im.
At Rlotiflclil, nn Prhlay, Oth July, 1838.
"    By" Command.
.IOHK   ROBWN,
r I'rovluelttl Seoretary.
provlnclnl Secretnry'sOfflee,
Iflth April, 1888." dapMld
3STOTIOB.
KtOTtCK IS  1IKUEBY GIVEN THAT
IV tho notice dated tho Itrd day of .Inly,
ISfCl, oilennir n iMtnnty of two dollars and
fifty ei'iitH (!*j.50) per head for overy wolf or
panther killed Jn a settled district lu this
l'rovhu'o Iiiik been resclnde,!, nnd thnt on
and after the Ante hereof the sunt nf five
dollars (£rM)) will he paid for every wolf
or panther killed in n settled dlstr-et, on
the cetilflcnte of h JuMlce of tbo Peneo
that such animal was killed ln h nctt lenient, und thnt. tbe hend wns prnduued to
aud destroyed hy hlin.
By Command,
jno. RQBaox.
Provlnclnl Recretnry.
Provlntdiil Beereiiivy'.H Dtilen.       , - *
Und May, IMS. dmylinl
;ISrOTIQ3B.
NOTICK 18 HEREBY (HVKMTHAT
thirty dnys after dnte we Intend muk-
iuirappliealio"n toihe('iilefCiinn,)iR«loiit<r
of Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of Ihe fnllnwhm described
lands, vix:
CommenelnR nt Ihe smith-cn-d ennr-r or
the Hastings Saw Mill Co's lot on John*
tone's si mi Is: thence nnr'b Hi ebalns.
thenee east 21) chains,, tbenee south fO
chains, thence wflderlynhouiTi) ebalns lu
point of commencement, eniitnlulm-* Ifiti
acren, moreor Ies .
Also, the following desnrlhert land-, viz :
Cnmiiicnoln*: nt a point alwmt three-
(itiarters nf a mile north of Mllly Island,
ou the wait shorn, Port Neville; ihenee
west '20 clialn-*, thence norlh 20 ehains.
tlicnco' east ito chains, tbenee north Id
chains, thenoe e.-ui '20 chnins, thenee
north '20 chains, tbenee east about 3(1
chnins to salt wnter, thence following the
shore In a southerly direction t«> point of
eommdneament — ennluinlng ltiO acres,
mnrcorteU,
I.13AMY A KYLE.
Vancouver, May '22nd, 1S<8.      dm j 25ml
MAJOR & PEARSON
Kenl Estate Brokers  nml
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
•Timr-Mlcratios Llfr Ai-MflallaH of Tor
onto. ■
Sorlh ItrltlHhSlrrcnntlleiHKi *Utiiiv(iiiie
Fire Insurance i:oni|iiiiiic.t
ft** Valuable Lots for sale In llmt'ily
and District of Westminster; and clmire
Lots In tho City of Vnncouver.
Persons wishing to bHyiir;se!l iltynr
rural property should enmnniiil.-aie wiili
us.      '
Okcicks: MeKonzlc Ht, Wesimuvster,
and Hastings St., Vancouvor..   dwupiii ■•
Jersey Bull,
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
HAVING TiATKIjY IMPOUTKIi A. '
year-old
Thoroughbred Jersey Hull.
Has decided to stand him for the hem il
of those wishing to Improve tlieir Woi-k
For terms apply tn
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO..
dnpHtc -   Columbia Sired-.
JOHNS. COX,
IMHrtTEt AM DUU> III
' i,l..
I.lll'l!
.rim
, niivrrlllill'lllSI.,
VI null., II. I'.
MAOHINEEY
AVINii LaTKI.Y INX'ltKASKDOUIt
 er-'oo    il)    the   1'.tl*-t  llild  ebe-
n1 n*l;y e.m-i leral'ly, we ill.' In .< pn-
■ii '<« ".iv.. pile s nirm<vv elas*.nf M..-
i   nii.r tie i'.'.|"ir. il.liM-lmiintfi
'dj.it- I
Mill
Itll'MIIVl  Hull-
Inline   inI -ii ii|..naf.-* l-.'iiuhiei-tin.l It
el>. pit s. M.ueli.rs Hint .Mntilib-l
|l>t//. t'l,u,i rs. W.iit-I Lathus, I and
rtiiwc,  I'.IIiilI M'ti'iilmi-y.G.lH-e
L-iUies, Hliii|i|liuMiiellltiest
Mil   ijle.daelt'iies   Lath
Miehlni-sA Bolters,
I'w.i, t'ln'--.M.'Ml l-'onr Illnek I'lri'iilur Saw
MI1H, ll-u > ■Ja-.V MMIi-, I'niliilii ■ Kn*
■j,  tlf.it   Ftidl-r-   I'lel    Hnis-ili;!
l-.liglnes:   Also,   Inlm  lerirxill
A  .-0'i«'   nil I   Tllfl Loml.iti
Tnnl iw- Iron Worklii-g
Mimlilnery,
Ib-lek Slnehlhcil and Cru-her-' uf elllier
Mil* Marihior tttilrl) n.ake.
MillMiih,.||eH(,r nl)  dcm-i'lp-lMiN.lmlml-
lug i Ir-'Ular Hn-v.   Moll.l   or   liis^nsil
Teeth,  LiilirleaMng  oil*,   Ilubi.er  and
Li'iil'.ei    lltdtili-J.   whh-li   we   en-rv 111
|     Stoelt,
. Mti-iim  Pitmjis or ibe Hl'iitp, Uavldsnii ot
'     Knowlis ninke alsooii bund.
M'wly's I'aieni. iio'ler feeders supplied
nil "Inirl li.nice, ih we|i rt*. l'aluls ami
UiK v'Jli'i .ml Kdgn TuhIn of lltntvlQ-
i. nl:-I lli'"int niiike, .Ire i;ni i', I'lumb-
er-iiiiid Hleupt Utters supplies, *e.
I l(iiun'sol<«ng.mis In Mils Province for
ll." .1011 v ItiiTV Knglne (Vy, whose
iM-irlue work cannot  lm exoelled, as out-
j iii- we hnve furnished lieie Will tesll/l.
|   FRASER ¥~LE0HARD,
1 timlili' HI., Aim*, nmi, Iihiill..'.,
! VANrOUVBII, II, 0.
Li  . ilwfrrllli'
gies, liarnaps,
DBMOCRATk
DRAYS,    CARTS,
Anil nil siii'ts ul .Vi-hiulra.
I'ioiixIis, sict I, Iron & \\ ood. n
Iltirrow-,    Aisrinil'.nml
Iraiilmenls, ftc:
Wn Imvu nl-iii a Inl'iju _iuii-k nf
CARRIAGE & WAGON  MATERIAL,
Which we wiU sill'ni',tlie Lowest,
■   Po«ildu   Pi.-icm,''
Com: lilsirta: *
Hm.lwobil, Wliet-U (patent' k Koine*
iiiailu), Rliafts, rules, llnhs, Spokos,
l-tiins, Keck Yokes, Single 'I'i ee.-i, ami all
kinds cf ltont <-Jowls.
< utitiu;i: iiariiwaki:,
Mnrings, Axles, Circles/ .King liolt.-t,
(jllips, titens, am) everything reijitifed fo('
C'-rrittge Buil-ilug.
BLACKSMITHING.
W>' would Hpeelally e ill Iheiittenlloil of
Hi.-Publle tn iiurlll:>.'l^mllhliiKlieiinrt-
tneiit. We employ tiot very i est of Work-,
men and we import, all onr Iron, steel,
and oilier mi.leriMl: eun-ei-imntly, we enn
dn belter, bolh lu pih-.-s ami iiuallly nf
work, ihnn anv oilier Khun ou the Main*
land of HrilMi Color	
l-'j-'iiu lies u'lvunnn ItVlu Work,nml con-
liiiet-iiukeii fnr any lu nt of work.
I'liriiieri* A Lousei**' Hnpplle* kept on
li.iii'u ready inniti'.iClnilii**, lloolts, Pok
Hooks, Idnfkrt, Hlltteklesi, steel nml Iron
Wediies Mall Ulnu", (>« Yoke Ntllples,
I'l.-vlee., Klngliliroo I'roiis, Iron A Hleel
Marrow Teeth, Marro'v IMnnes.olc.
lit klmNur Itepalt-. executed on sburt
not ler.
Inn., Hteel. riialn, i iml, nii'l all kinds
nf iii'i'i-nul sold, wholesale nr retail.
a* rail and impeet our Htoek snd ob.
1 -tn nnr prlees l-efore bi-ilirMif elsewlinw
Hid you will save money !>>• IU
ra-oi-dei-Hhy mn It prompt | jrnl tended to,
dwtum;,        neiDftOURRIB.
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICALJIHOERTAKER.
Embalm Ins a SjiuclaH)'.
Denier hi Wooden nml Met«lle Bur-
IslCaekets. KuMer«lnt;*nntli*ett-tl«
A full llneof Cotlln Trlminln_(siilwa\son
hand. I'artlcs at a dltdnnec supplied at
shortest notlco.     Miitlsfnetton   ).muaii-
tced In every pai-tlculnr,
Uvoclte ColumbiaSt. New West'r.
Harrison Hot Springe, B. G.
1IKALTH AND PtiKASlIKK RK80RT.
HTF.AM.SAILA HOW IIOATfl ON HAND
Hulinmliin, Vspor nnil I'rlvnfr llnih*,
Willi Kxiicrlcncod Attendants,
I,\DTK^   DRPARTMKNT  HKI'MUTR.
Terms, Wi.nit in tfitta per Out.
Only *'i iniiei from Agnsxli Hint Ion, V. P.
11, Iti dm ed It It. nnd Htenmboat rates.
.Kxenndon rates good for 80 days from
Westminster in Attnsslr Htatlon nnd re*
lurn, Jj. Milunbiy excursion rnU>, uoml
until following Mondny, taw. Comfort*
able Hta«eh meet a"I Trains, Tickets cmi
l»e ohtntned nt it, M. Office,     duplMleSftsr
It Toftln No More to Keep Cnml FiiviIh
Ihnn It Dues lo Keep Pour l-'oul*.
My Brocdlug Pons nro ijqn'nl to-ii'rtv In .;
the United istiiies or Canada.
I propose tofunilsh Ksijs from Premium
mm Flrst-class Fowls, my design being in
establish a reputation thut «ill lasl.
Cnsli must iieeompany all orders. Address, with slump,
dwinhUte
.IOUN  P. C^X,
New Westminster
NOTICE.
MR. T. R. PEARSON
(Ofthe Firm of Messrs. Major A Pcnisnu)
CKAHKS FROM THIS I)ATR TO ACT.
as Again for tbe North Hrljlsh A Mercantile InsurnneeCompilny aii-Mi'.iii'ill i)i
Asstiianee Compnny.
MR. J. G. JAQUES .
Hub been appointed Asiint from 'hi* du'-.
for the North Ilrlllsh and Merenatile .12
surnnco Company In New Wcs m u***!.**-
and Distriot,
Messrs. Ogle, Campbell £ Go.
Have heen appointed Aucnts fi-i-m il<|j
date for tho lliiardlan A«"Ui»umi I'l-n,-
puny lu New WestmIntteviiud llistriet,
TUttNER, BEKTOS & I (I.,
Aninits I n II. f!. ftir tJ.'W IB M ,1
Ins. Co. A lllrnrillllil AK. Co. nf Lnniliiii.
Victoria, n. l'„ Mny ->', Irtnts.     iliiiy__iii>
MXMcBi
Merchant tailor,
WISHER TO INKOBM  THB l'EOPIil!
OF NEW WE8TMINSTKR THAT 111'.
IS  PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FUI.li UNE OF
English, HcoMi  nml  Erir-h
TwcedM and  I'liiu-y
TroUHci*iii**s.
SCOULLAR'S OLD STAND
Cm.i'MKiA St..   •   Nkw \Vk,itminkti;h.
ion Life
ASSOCIATION.
anuiranlri-I'apllnl,.
Full Gov'm'tDeposit
Head Office, Toronto, Can aha
a homeIqmpany, .
Thii. Association merits lln*
confidence the Public is repos.
Ing In It troth the following-
FACTS:-
The Beiiiirny offered to policy holdera I*
iinHiirpassfld by any Oompany iIoIiik Uml*
i!f8Kin Cnnaila, .        -
It Iiiih iiniohPMCHof liniiirancp, bnttho
woll-astabliHhod linos, hencn the pulley
hnlderacunnotce misled an ta iliclrcnti-
traoli.
lt* statement* to tbe public oan tie ttii ri- .
Ily understood, Its eanh ntnlement "how-
Inn every Item or Inrotntt nnd how expvu-
4ea, ,        .'    .
Us poHltlonlsnncertnincd annually from
a detailed valuation In wlih'b everjj Mem
of liability In Included. ^
IU proffreK Iim'been-nnexnmplcd in
ie hfitorynf Insurance In {'jnuidn..    .
Iti pollutei nre ImllHputiihlo after ii.rcr
the
yearn, and non-Ior/eltable after twn yeni*'
exlitence.
' Itn profltR are dlitrlhutcil npon an c*nn it-
able msln. The prottt* lo one vIhhh nf
policy holden aro not le-wenfil to ph-v
laruer proflta to any other cUhn. which
moihou ndbrdfi nuporlor udvantiiitci over
the uniform hou tie plan of dlstrlhiitlm.,
■Liberal raa«IIH»a* an In »fnldmce m«i
Tra*el.
J. K. KAflDOKAid),      |
HanavlQvDlroclor.'
T.R. PEARSON
Arent, New WentmlnJei
,(f7.Hmn.hlt*rpate, t
A SIMPLE PEOPLE.
,.*. Traveler Tell.o:TheTraK» of Tlie llnr.
iii.se.
\
The llurmese aro a Tory good natural
 pin ami  kind to strruifjers.   Being
i inmlly Ireeand Independent in their
i.iiiii', Hny do not cringo and bow
unit brloro tho white man, as most
.' * lull's i'o. They look with contempt,
n ni ft|l with pity, upon the servile
. n_ li'e ain) Madronee. Tho Burmese
rr oy far tlio finest race physically I
li.ivo met wilh' during my residence In
illitr trinlt. Although not, as a rule, tall,
'tli">' i ro n'lodtils of nianly form and grace.
'Iliirvrrio very athletic and-strong, and
Jl in all in'iuly sports. They are fine
1 wrcHtli'rs, tnkin" delight in such games of
it'ilnili. , When a lliirmnn talks to you.
' Ini ks you straight in the lace, aqd.
ni'. himself ultof-ether in a manly way.'
it., iiinst Oriental,, tlioy are not over-
oi: o. work, and take every advantage
r tiro numerous holidays In their crnl-
.tlnr.
in  these holidays, during the dry
ninnsiiou, the men play ball and other
; flics.   Puriiirj the rainy season all out-
•inr wurk haa to be suspended.   Tho
.true nf hull inomtrwhat resembles foot-
I'nll wiili tm kicking left 'out.   The
. miu irtiiniiiL'iices by one of the players
i lining ni inr as he can with the ball
loiint-'t' i!n> goal.   He does not carry it
im liitiiriv li i i-i caught up with, the pall
, n ri'Stt-1 Iroln him and losged from one
:<t ■ In lim oilier, until finally it is thrown
■ err iinl between the two poles which
re boL up at tlio ends of the ball ground.
JJ"*. tf>-Vor.*ri! AilfsutBiif.^j^ [VjV
Another favorite amusement of tho
i I'liiese, not only on saints' days and
holiday.., hut ou all evenings when a de-
iuioriB l.r.ie/,o permits,■ is. kit» flying,
TIiih• Iniis are made of the thin Jrfoe
pnpor ro.union in the i&mitry, pasted-
ovtrr ,i lit. bainlioo frames and shaped
urln ili.tv'fornis ,-of various  birds and-.
"riiriti, ihe kalorig dragon boing a pre-
.1.3, r.-.l   lii.iir,*.  Thy believe . that the
riigoit al one period was s-coinuiou aui-
i ul. hut tlmt it lias now become extinct.
' he-io  "i oniittirfeit I presehtme'nls"'' nre.
v -ry r o mra nnrl fantastic in appearance,
'Ueii.u io!or."l with.a free hand and a
ra! nil, -wanta*' of the brightest and'
_tunl| r. .'.lurles.
Vnr.v fen' ilurinese, outside ol the sea-
||roi't lotiu. and laigs stations in the in-
I'ui' or tin* country, care, to learn to
ik.i iijiiah, so that all who desire lo
iv ii'iythiugabont the country must
.lln to rail, write aud speak the Ian-
,.ii_'.' of tlie land.   Tlio latter is the
Ipio-rt .iiilicult, as there are many words
Mill alike 11nt which havo different
uu lunations and meanings... it takes
[..ontl 4 Mora the learner can bit tho
pel'!   inflection .or intonation.   Some
i- roai'.i to speak Burmese properly,
|.U' o»i>li they  may have  icsuled  lor
ii. in ilu country.. The writing ap-
< r impl', I eing composed ol circular
soini circular letters, but the VWV
|iii,|>.icity of riTin niakesthe tetters more
liiri'inili to iWolletrt, so many lieinn com-
liui'i.'iviily alike.   Kvery colii*o 'ant ends
li ".I."*  Tho vowels are uttii. liqd to
i-i>, ♦ or boliorn ofthe consonants!  In
iii'n.' the words are p|ar.erl close...
•'li r. no space 1)eiiii* l.ff btrlweeh eacli
rl.   TlilS n.lda lo the dillicullin and
i |ile,iil|. s tlie learner has to encounter.
' lie 'i,ore I know these, kmdlv p 'iiple
|l i' ir iih I like II.em.  . Our discussions
ielij.io i soon eml.'for theirs is such
I ni  nle.fiiilri that I can'show them no
|t,iuiii' mu (buy could obtain by beoom-
i Inisiirins.  They live  moral and
I n.p.i' linn; they look forward jn the
lo iw- of time to becoming pnrt ol the
Is.,: u   of their supreme  spirit, the
■<u Lln limi lauin, as a reward ol such
I iif.r li on that I confess I never attempt
|o ,'i u eit them to iny own faith.
riCTpBEicju-; cobiume.
ii" lostnine ol the Burmese, male
I in Mil-, is picturesque, if somewhat
. ly. ', hti usual garment for men is a
Inn piece of silk or cotton cloth, of a
[laid pattern, in which reds of various
prultw predominate, This body cloth
nbout three-quarters hi a yard wide.
M is long enough to be wound around
fi loins and upper portions ol the legs
'era .times, one end falling in front
I. r tlie left shoulder, leavlns the mus-
|ili*r Hiiiint and a portion ot the chest
tr. Th .V wear their blue black hair
it I kr"a woman, unlike most Orientals
■Iron rrv.'their headl.   In Burmah only
• I tiongyres have ahaven heads.
i \ rope like yiap ol- -fhite or colored
|rliro'ia interlaced with their luxuriant
i ks and wound round their head.  All
v holes silt in the lobes df their ears
hold a I'imti'etto or any small trifle.
Ilwir bodies are tattooed from their loins
Town to nrue inches above the kneea
rth ligures ftpm thair mythology; also,
lore of beasts, birds and reptiles, not to
(nit the'  inevitable   Kalong  dragon.
Their arms and chest are also tattooed
liih figures of woman and animals.
I Tire ' elter sort among the people, who
h wealthier than their working brath-
I'll, wjnr a velvet or cloth jacket of some
i rrt color, blue being » favorite color,
nihil an injeo.   Gold buttons olten
|iiinnient this locket.   For tho lower
mi I ion of the body a loongyee great
nun   ii worn.    This is.usually ot thick
Mk, or plni I pattern and from a yard to
J y-n-.l nnd a half in width.   A length of
llrntit two anrl a half yards fa cut off the
ll' -'I' uml ruined at the ends. A garment
jnu.owliat like a petticoat without a
knisti nmi is thus formed.   It is worn
Irirrkr'tl in a peculiar manner round the
V'ist and falling in foldi to the ankles.
I he feet nre shod in a kind of sandal
■•li'cn mini ,bo very uncomfortable, boric duwu ut the heel and kept on by a
Minin,' paining between the  big  and
linolli r toes.   A handsome parti colored
Liiiini utnind amid tha long hair, with
Bi'irtr iiii'io'so shell comb stuck In the
Ih"k |.orl'on_ nnd generally a large pin ol
i" s.iuii' malarial thrust through the
hick locks, completes the oostumo ol a
roll to iM rOirntry gentleman or mer-
I' nt.   1 omitted to state that stockings
re not worn hy either sex, the feet of
oth se ca being kept scrupulously cl#nn,
ith th, inrils carefully pared and trlm-
ifd   nn entering a honse the sandals
re lo > mi llie veranda, it not being it;-
•Hih*. to llurmese etiquette to wear
v lings to the feet fndooii.   They.
owover, keep tho head covered.
•! 'lit Hasil. theauts.   '•*•"-.
*:"i. rivii'ipniitan taste for food which
nMfttriw! the North American go«t
is iifien l*rn chronicled ln song and'
•■ry.
.'. r'T.s'iritili from Argentine, Mo.,telle
r.i, yr-atest achievement while beat
»'i -mi-iiii!tmufor hUappctite. Enter-
. ..no I,, t. lift imblie' liplldlnKs in Argan-
nl irln'4 t.i.. stilly night he ate up all
... I. wu uuoi'dsand thecltj ordlnancw.
-■■ifc.lei.il bud a strange theory abont
nl .  'i'lieroisnoperionBl defect thnt
unit   i-rui'dethlnnwlftobevalnoffer
" ri i-nij'iirjinhther.' '•
' :)ni.'t jnt kuow,"satdha to the Comte
.' Kii')ii',*'iliit .very man that's worth
..■rl injlil.ilousf 'Tis the hidden fire.
Uu. li.ip tii Its excitement I sea clearly
i <ii'limit, junctures, It wins ma my
...lilwl"   ,   , .,.,.    .  .
WOMEN OF THE WEST.
Tiro Culiliril-liu'roil Beliutl-u to 1.0 l'otilul
III culirarnin.
liord Lomo—» yoiing man wl.o stahrls
near the throne, perhaps, to be seen in
the best light—said to ine while nt his
table in Quebec, after his visit to the
l'nciflc: "You are growing a new race of
people out there."
I remember'that the l'rlncess Louise
concurred heartily in this assertion, but
insisted that the departure was most
noticeable among the women, especially
sir in Santa .'Barbara and l.os Angeles,
places that — ut tho time of her tour —
liail not been interrupted by auy gr at
confusion of new blood, as in the North
of tho coast
t-'urely tin rj is a lnrge sincerity, a 'on'r
of solemnity, if you liko, in the mini ami
tlur chtiii'cter ot tho California woittt.ii,
til-sent from all other women of thin
I'ririh. I havo studied this 'touch of
solemnity, this dignity, this almost
majesty for years, watched it, waited lor
it lo depart, it will not depart, it is a
'Ir'stiiict feature of tho Caliiornin worn mi
Iris woman haa less to say tlinn any
olli r woman in tbe world. The golden
sik'in o ol our golden land is upon her
lips forever.
GOLDEX-IIAMBD  WOMEN'.
I must .mention two unmistaka' lo
.physical lesrures of the single mil sincere California woman :'
The first of these is her oarly development'. I was called upon to addicss the
young ladies of our celebrated .Mills *•-in-
inary—the Vassar College on the .ririric
coast—not loni*: ago. but before I Ir'ul
been live iniiniU'S on llie stnml 1 lou r 1 I
■was speaking to women—women in iro ly.
women in mind.
Ji second* and a singularly Ijeantl ul
firr.ttfre.in-the coming Cslilofniin, lim
'li'W Woman':of iho new win) I, r_ i.er
r_oldon hair. When • ailed upon to speak
tothe iprlsoltlretiiiili school of Snn l-'ian
clsroa few weeks sinre.'itwiis like looking over a.)c)low liHtvest Hell Ami 1
trniint this very singular, for wo have u
tlaih ol Moorish, Ijioorl here—the Mbor.of
the Alhambra, the Arab of the .li-surt
fathers. We hnve some of t.re prire
Cnstilian its'true, hut nearly n | uur
r-panislr stock is splashed with Ihe lawny
hloorl of either the Moor or the ntnve
Ameri«t;i Indian Then again wu have
the Kanaka in our schools. "Iheio nre
also iiraiiy ttwrirthy folk Irom lar tlowu
the 1'neifii sorts But over and nbuv ■ nil
these towers the tall California gill, her
head and shoulders laden with ripe
wheat.
TV PES 01' BSil'TV,
The Now Orleifus type bf beauty is tho
lnrge-eyeii nml the tawny type, lt is
very marked nn I ilistincl. Not nt all
numerous are tr.oso beauties ol the Cres-'
cent City, not nit' tliev ambitious of mention or,ol lieiu_ ealle'i Ijenutit'S. - Ju reed,
1 know nf uotii'i,.!! '.lint toiii.1 liecuiinii'il
inr worse taste than public mention i.i
the' press by name". hut 1 feel safe in saying that i lor beauty, nnd a distinct type
of beauty, the "women of New Oilcans
surpass anything to he found citlior in
Boston or New York.
I concede there are beautiful women
in London, beautiful women in New
York, strangely, gloriously beautiful, l.ut
they are not distinct types at all. Tho
wholo wide world has been pillaged and
ravaged to procure them. Ami as lor
the ono wondrous beauty of Europe, Mrs,
l.nn_try, she is now* with iis;':rn.i nil
who know me know how much 1 hnve
admired ber simple beauty nnrl helpe I
to celebrate it Vet 1 assert ihnt 1 run
Iinl in Caliiornin twenty Langtrys any
day.
' To descend to some dull details, Ins
sert that the Caliiornin woman can hu l<!
a house and take care of it, too: w-itlr
less money and less "lues and feat et-"
than any woman on earth. True, our
architecture is of the'light aud any
order, and our fine climate gives iirea't
advantage over ell lands this side ol Italy
lor easy and simple domestic management, and besides that our fmitsnti'l
Iish and all sorts of rarities tho veil
through lighten up things wonderf.il.
for this new woman of Ihe now worl'.
but at tbe same time it is not ail inciuu
the climate or the soil.
ni'SILElESS DOSSES.
A striking feature in the less he... v
ami hustle-cursed dress of the Kent is ihe
ardent color.: Wo have retained in mm
ol the prinisli redandsomeof thoyell.r-.v
which, wo foundhere. Uotoauy ti.eaire
nnd.voi) behold!sea of r-'tli and thii
love o. color is fast spreading from th.'s>>
shores to the other side of the continent.
It can not reach sombre Philadelplu >
and se ate Boston any too soon.
I must sny briefly, but emphatfcallr-,
that Ihe women of the Paciiic const are.
the bust dressed I over aaw. No, thev
do not wear cold. They do' not w-nr
many diamonds as a rule llut tint
beastly abomination unto the Lord—tli.
bustle —has never yet had i's fnil
gtowfh here, (hank God, as in tho '•tat s
Neither did the 'Tiang" in its crnrn. -t
days ever do much, damage to tiro Ci-ij
forninn, Even tliu siiatinn-rin!. in. ■
(ailed to lift tio California woman from
.her foot as elsewhere; lut i,ui—tr." iii-
s-hso - iho liostthiu,. to haw in anv 11 ,
or frimily-has:always kept uur cairn rrn .
i|iioenly California wo nan out of el
such excesses and out of miiiv prernrl
iii'ifollies,. And all this comes,' 1 thin :
of a disposition to decide and net in.-
herself.
- V-HiL''loi_u!.t. Anioiif; Aiiinin',,
Many birds form their sounds, wilhiv t.
opening their bills. The |.i. on i« nw !l
known instance of this, its looiiir ..'ilu
be distini'tly heard, although itr Iocs not
open its hill. The call Is formed int.;, ..
nlly in the throat und chest, and is tin ■
ren.lo ed audible by ntsonnu e. Hindu ■
ways msy be observed in many birds un I
other minimis., The clear; loud tall "i
the.cuckoo; according to Nicolardot. s
the resonance of a note forme 1 in t r-
bin!. Tli.r whirring ol the snipe, Will It
betrays the approach of Ihe bir.1 to ibe
hunt r, Is *ni act of ven'ri:i-|:ijyi>i, Th <
frog also is said not. to open Ins'month in
croaking, lint to create, liisJarreachiuV
kiiiirnls hj' the rolling of air' iii bis intestines. J'vonthe ii!)*Ii'!*i 'du hasier-
tliln notes which am pro in edlnteihalii:.
anrl iWhichare audible While the bill s
closed. tSo even tho art o, ven'.rilo ui-.n
'if wo may call it nn art, but whicli m
former times was highly esteemed Ins
boen taught to man hy the animals.
Oattlag Into P«bllo Lire.
" Blll-"Wby don't yor git Inter publlo
lifo nn' Ire somebody, Jimt"
■ftm—"I illd try ter git u offlee, bnt these
durni'il civil service rules kep* mu out.'*
Dill—"What ofllce did yer try fei 1"
.llnr— ".ruiiltiirofnpubliobiiiiilin'. Tlie
ssKi'ti ihii how muoh two and two iiuidiviii'
heeilti-i' I I'ailetl on the tlrst.ri!i..wti- tiny
Won:, rr'rhlllei.rr'."
JIIII-."Novii'niliid, Jim. ni lielp'y.T' ■••
git,'ihU'i'.pitlilio life. I'll u-r.}vi-ol,ii. .
school iliii'(*ti!iitliat.iloh'i .'.i_iilrciiij'iu.i.-
laiititrii."—Omaha World,
I'lpiity, inilircil.
' n.iiinlel'(looking over lirinkriilt table)
—" I ,i ver—la that ill! there Is lur hm: ,:'n»t,
8niii!r--"Sliiiri', hoit, there'., ||v_>
eauuy.itli.ie for i Ik."
Your Children
Are coDBtautly exposed to danger from
Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to the throat and
lungs. For suoh ailments, Ayer'a
Cherry pectoral, promptly adniinis.
teredf affords speedy relief anil cure.
As a remedy tor Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children were
afflicted, we used, during tho past win*
ter, with much satisfaction., Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, wo
consider this preparation the most offl*
caclous of all the medicines which have
come to our know lodge.—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Homo for Little
Wanderers, Doncaster, Md.
My children have boen peculiarly subject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
find 'any effective remedy until I commenced adiafntatering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This piupn ration relieves tho
dUHcuH.y of breathing and invariably
oures the complaint;. —David Q. Starks,
Chatham, Columbia Cit., H, Y.
'-. I'.have used .Acer's Cherry Pectoral
lb my family for many years, and
have found it ospoelally valuable in
Whooping Cougli. This medicino allays
all irritation, prevent:-) inflammation from
extending to tlie lungs, and quickly sub.
duos ai.y U'lidbucy to Lung Complaint.
-3:11. Wellington, lUidttvfilo.Mioh.
I find ho medichn).'ho effective, for
Croup and Whooping Couch, ai Avor's
Uin-rry Peclonil. It saved tho life of my
Hitlo boy. only six months old, carrying
Iritn safety through the*worst case ol
Whooping C.mch I c-vet saw.—Jane
Mnioue, Pinny X'lutti, Tenn. ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PrcimtAl l.y Dr. ,1.0. Ayorfc (io., Lowell, Mau.
Sul.il hyull liiiiKRiBte. i'ricejll; six bottles,(6,
BOOTS
Awiom im mm
Stoek thst we. hnve
just i<*oeived, ynu will timl
Liuliefl' Fr. I\{il C-ingm*--*.
K Mdth; Oil f!o«t lhittoti
IVMits. Jit^ii ciii;, nml «'ii
.haAeiv Freruli 1-fid lintton
'Hoot fin1 W.
Mtin's,' Women's, Misfcs'
and Cluldmi'a lloot-i, Slioi-s
and Slipper-* alwuys in
stock.
We have just received n
new lot of Wigwam Slip]
pers.
(lull aiul 8eo ouv^tock.
GRANT &MACWRE
COI.lljmiA R1RKKT,
IVvr-lirlllr-li'i'. tt.fl
ilivmyltl t-
SLIPPERS.      j
NOTIlIK IS MKKKI'Y filVKX'IJIAT
ivi-iniciKl !i--i|'|>iy io flic ll'inoiaOlo
tlui l.hiet l'i)iiili-l.«siiiiicj' of l.ain!4 ilntl
Works -for n l.f'.i«'* of the (o1l*r.» invtlt'-
Stl (l.i'tl h.lltl, 111' Nl'W \V"'Mni!lls''-i' JlN-
ti-lci, for liiiiiici-nn* |iiiipo.-i's:-(.'oni)iivii-
iilliB nl a p'Mt itliiiul iitit* int'c N.K.'fniiii
nutlet or liilui't'iii|t|yliiii into tin If i.f Oeor-
uln, iiliout iwouiHi'siiititbof Oihd l"ninl;
tlicin-i' iwi'irfjuitiilliiHNimili; llnuup cum
I'llclnillis. lliciK*.* smith -.11 Hi-iiu*, iflepce
mist -20 lilialns   nTt'iit'e naith -Jti clmins,
(In-lit K-i -lo cliiilns   tlitiiici! north in
<!)ialii-r<, (li'-ii'U i<nit In fhiilns, llit'lict'
iitH-lh Ml t-liiiiiiK, Uii'iiM* west I'll cliutns,
thenee norlh 20 thniiiK, ihenoP west Lfl
(ihiihiH, tlifiit'u sniiiii vii ■■iiimis, ihenee
West 20 i-hiiins, tlifiico south 20 clmins,
thPiii'f wcm MlHmliiv, ihttuco NOUtli 2U
■jhiiitiH, mori' or Ii:ns, lo luke; themm fol-
lowlim tllf BtnUoKllii i of the lako tu pliice
uf commencement.
LAIDLAW* CO.
i-TOTzars,
\TOTICK W II'EHKBY* GIVKNTHAT
j\. 'wi-|titciiiH<tapply tothe H'liionihlt'
the f I tiff CommlsHhiiifcr of Lands nud
Works for « Lciisi- of tlm followin*.'tlf-
sitIIh-iI Innil, la New WcstinliiKler IHs-
trlot, for ilmberlnii puipoHCKi-Comincn-
ulng ittKittl. Iwo ami a-linlf mlle.s from out*
lot of Itiki' -OTi]ii,vlinrintotiulf of ij-*mvln
lilmiit two mllfs nortli of Urlef Polni, In »
flimill Imy on wett i*hoi» of tht! iukt';
tin nt'"' south iO elialuv, thenco wi m £0
ctinlnx. ilit'iuw soutli 'Jtl chains Um-hoi-
wost 20 cltalus, thonco soutli <20 I'lmlns,
thenoe cast 20 ohnlns, thenco south 20
Hi nine, tlifiifi-iniNt 20 chut ns, IlicllffsnUth
20 Hihiiik, thenoe ontti VOehitlns, thence
Kouth 40 t'hnliiH, Miotico wont i> chnltiK,
tlience rtimili ftOelmliis, uiorciir lenvloa
line ninillnjj In a norih*>\ve-»torly illrct*-
ttonnnil aloiiK thm lino ono huiulrol hlld
twenty chains; theme norlh -II) Hiatus,
thenco west 20 *hKln*», thence nan li 20
chains, thonce wost 20 (halm, thence
north 40 chains, thonco oast 1-10 ohalns,
to plot oof commencement,
LAIDLAW A CO.
-New Wontmiitsl* r, l-t May, 1WW.
tluiyl'iinl
asTOTlOB.
VTOTICK IR.HEItKI'Y OfVRN THAT
Vi wolnlontl thti|ip1y in tho tlorioruhlc
the Thlof Comil_!<ir-loii>'i- of I uinN mi'l
Works for a Lenso-iif iho following ili«
w'flhc'l Ian ', lit. Now Wi'«fmfnHlcr Iih-
trlel, for liiolierlnu piirposcKi-Cmnrncn-
olnff at ii im-1 on the soutli shore, nhniit.
twenty miles from   the  outlet uf  hike
OtnphlliL' In'of-Jlilf (if Ot-iiitflunheiil two
miles norlh of. firlcf p. hit .mil tlliOllt four
in Mr k went fiom loVil of casi foul, mill ton
en-ilns on^t of oi-i-U  r
nnltjir Intolalie;
theiee sinith   Ml (lain
.   thenco eilsl 20
ohalns, thence t-nnth   ■
l  e!eiliis, Ihoiico
west 2n i-liii'iis,  iIk in*
(llenee east   fll Hm In .
south 40 i-linlii't.
ihrnee sooth at
ohiVIn*-.   iiieaoo oii-l ■.'
cliiilnn,   theneo
norlh ID Huilim,  Hi u<
' east  BOM hill IIH,
thonce tiorth 2a  elmla
,   i In-lit o oast 20
chains. Ihenee noilh 20   chains,  thenee
eat 2i I'luiiiis,   MipllCQ
nortli 2» Hie i'1*.
thonce weit, SO HiiiIiih. theneo irorUi ll)
ehiilti**. tlienee' east in eh-ilns, tlience
north AO chains, more or lens, tn litter;
theneo following the Hlnnos|tleR of the
lake to point of commencement.
LAI   fj'AW A CO
NoU -iVi-slmlnste , .'ith-May, |s«.
ilmy 15ml
W.C. LOYE,
Fashionable Soot id Shoo Uik
Ilepnlrlng Wually lloiio.   Cork Sole
Work m !i|iKilaUy.
UFOi-itors promptly nlionilpii in,
C'lH-rkiinn St., In nmi'of (JolOtiliil Hotel, iiom tn tt I H'OM.'otlU't'.  iluollo
FORJSALE,
i ot in, dlccK xx.sv;, i,_; mui bs
Ij Ellloe Htivoi, loO foot ileon ami I'll
■i'oet on Mclnnes sneet; nimtnlu-n ahout
2. ij onllnary L'iLv loia. ilnrn anil stalile
on premises with aecominotlatlon for 11
hnrses, harness room, Ac; iroml well of
■Hiltdl't mini, n, ptuiili-il wllh fruit tVot'8,
I'ai-tli-nlarsiii) applloatltni to
tlllil'lftli! W. J. FItKNCIt.
ti_m_5T,^jl_bZe
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL I'lJIlTIIEU KIITICK, WII.I,
leuveforfrlillllwliiti'k ..ml wiiyi,lHirim
oil TUKHIIAYH. TIIUKXIJAI'M mill SAT
UK1>AY8,iiLTii. HI.. I'Olurilllii/nii ,In- f..l-
Inwlngiluj-K. Kiil'iill I'llflll.r.'liiriil'iinttliili
tiliply nn litmril, nr lo
'     W. II. TOWNSKNll,
llmylllir .   .      llrr ll.i. Wlrrirt.
MTIGE fH TUX-P^FR?
AsscssiuoiW i<*( A E'roviiH-inl I
NOTICK miHKKKHV HlV^i li* '"- I
.(•onlaece  whh    it*-   S>'n!>i(flfi    'ii     j
Prnvlnohil   Kev on*   In*   nod oil   11-\ ■    !
levied iniilerilio Asi'siinei,'Ae i"-   i •
dim Mr tho yetir |xsh.   ,\'i .if ihcn1       \
nnilioil TilM's cfiihctlbl'-wlihln I'i
trlot of Nt w Wettlioin.'-li-f  p-i.wi''■■ •
itlroMee.       '
AsHessiil Taxes   are eol|e,iih|c ni il-t
fqlltiwIiiK rates, viz :- ;
If piil-l on orlicfrire.riio-:aiih, li-MS- ,
iW'laehil Uev»mi *,«!iOpei--c;tpP!i.
Olio-half of one por H. Wl Keal I'm
mt.'.
Heveo ii ml nne-half e nh per n-re "
' WIM Limit.
Olie-lhinl or one per eenl. on I't I'Miiiu
Ploppi-ly.
One-half of one pur renl. on fheoint'
Ifpnlrtii tor.1utic-(iih,iKi-4-
TW-o-thlitlsofmi" |ir*i e* nl.on KenI Pro
i erty.
Kleht ami oii-hnlf e-iit** pi- ai'i	
WII.I Liimi.
One-half of one prv eelil on  IV >on -
|»ro|int,v.
Tliioefoiuths of on.* p* r ''"lu- on In
collie.
C. W MtAI. K
.\BS(K-0|- .l^il lUill.c'.n
Nr-w W-H in luster, May I'Jtli. Wn
,     -' tlwrnyl'.'!! eim   -'
xnto^'Io:
NOTICK 13 HKltEIIV (JIVKN 'IHAT
we Intend inaJcliitfappHratlnii lolh"
rhlof Coiumlsslotior. of Lauus an Worka
for pormlsslon ni leapefor timlicrint; pnr-
panen the followllllC ileserlhed land, situ-
ittod In New Woslnilti-tcr UisirJet, nml
tleserlho i as follows!
L'nmmcnciUKiiia point ou thooasl. liinil-.
(and iilioul ouo mllo frn'm iis.nioiil.liioi'
lliestreiilil Ihnvlllii llilo the lieuil of Pin,
Lake; Ihonee ciisUid eliiilns, tlienee uoi-lh
six mlli'v, Ihenee \vesr, |2lle!talns, Mionee
south six miles, liioiicecasi.({Ooliains,lo
point of coinnieiiciiinciit. .
lUtt'NMTTKSAW MILLC'O.fLd.l '
II. L. 1)kI1ih;k,Miiiiiwi-.
New Wcvt., May 17, liK. din> ITinl
CHHJ IWHACK
MEETING
mHB ANNUAL CAM.P MKKTlNti IN'
I eonncellon with the MethtKllst Ohureh
will iDiIVJ) bo holdon'llit* CflinpGmiiiitl,
Oli I lllwliiiolc f coin in
TliHi-Miuy, May lEIst. IHHH.
Person.-) wishing lenls-Wlll i»loat;e com-
nniiilcala with (ffiorjio Chadsey, l.Mp,Mimas. There will he a Ooardliiir font in.
tho gronnrt) where iiiwIr may hu had at
renHoiiuhloiiiLcs.
TlekolH for Hi" votinc  trip,  to Chill)-
whack and return, anti xood durlniith"
contlnmitloii of rlie mcciln;;. ma*, be had
(nun the CI. 1". N. c». for 0110 full fnrc
.Jft-i.ntihl
-)jv;;
iOhWfku
N U i i
Y
irvn.\i.\riiu\\ Trees,
Smnll FruMs
And OAlUHiN HTOPK on lotnd In jfi-fiil
vnrioty. ,
Rvorytlllna tlnttHllati»- ami furnisheo In
ijtHiil shupo,.
KH. Weill locts. for valuable 80-pnpo Be-
sori|)tlv«Caliil(i-,riie wllh ii boaiillful ool-
ored plalos.   I'rlee Ll-osstiitfree.
O.W. HENrtV.
dw-Uelflta Poll Wimn.iuul, IJ. (',
Joseph   Eayliss,
mm bom,
IS   PREI'AltEl)   Til    r.M.'.'UTK   A 1,1.
Kixris in.-
I'liriiiui'.  Holler Krailuc, anil
Cliiiiimy Bulldliijc  anil
Rfimlriiit!.
li KICK - I, A Y I N a
IN AI.l, ITS BIlAXUilKJ".
KSTI.M \TKS givon  Ml' rvrry ilretrflji-
linn of work.
Orders irrny he left. Willi 11. T. rtciil ,t
ClL.t'olllllllil I SI., N.'W Wi'i'llllllrstlr.
■ ■    onirlltir
■»ANY MAN««
Who (s Wenk, Nervous, rnbll'li-ucil,
who ln his Polly am) Iffiioi-nnco has
Trifled awny hit* Vigor nf Body, Mind
and Jllnnhonrt,eausliiKe.NhnilsIlnfc'(lriilns
upon the Foiintalni of Life, Headache-, Ilaokachc. Dreadful Dreams,
IVcnkiim* of Memory, Banhfulncti lu
8 cltty, I'lmpI-rN upon the Face und
all ths KfTcei* leading lo Early Davay,
< omiiiiiutlon or In«anii>-, will find In
oui-Speelllc No. 2.1 a Positive Cure. It
Imparls Tonlhful Vigor, restores the
VUal Power In old and younir.Kti-eiiKth-
ons ami Invigorates, tlio ltralui anil
Kci-ves, builds up the muscular system
ami arouse:. Into action the whole physical energy af the human frame, wllh
our Spool He No. 2A Iho ' inosL ooslhuite
cane cun ho cur>-d in three montlis, and
reeont one* In loss than .10 days. Krioh
nackago eotmifnn iwo weeks treatment,
Prlco $2. CuroH guariiiiU'ed. our SpeHflo
No. l'I U au Infallible nirefornll Prl-
vtxtf niietme*, no matter n( luiw. long
mniiilliift. Hold undor nm-urll hoi •iinnr*>
niilee lo clli'et u fUM. 1'ili-e Vi. Toronto .Medicine Co., Toronto, u<-1.
ICMSDirfiM
Tlmt .lrfii.1 Icil'Of, iv ill-i'iiuv rrn li.nir
liirlllnir (.'•!''rr.'i. mill llrr Innil sl;llti.,l
lilivtili'l-'iiii, wlio ttni'iv ..   inillilnif In
jg.il'r."!, rrr.riitriirl.i i.lli'vlnti., nn'lilnir 10
ill.llj'lil.'iliuh'ei-'li li'limi kIvi'II rrn'liy
r,»... cinn ..,,.,. ■■.■■..., vi'l l>|. fnllnil llr
nir.i l.K.Ml'.lil j Ir. Ii.mI nml s...itlii>i<
llli'lili'-llliiillli' uf Hi.'I 'rr.c-. H.II..IIU..I
nn.I li.il-.ili.'il .villi' lnvii>!<'.< ..1 tl,)»
f"ll iila-nr.0, .111.1 provnuU llrl> lllnl.t
irr-nls nlr.l llirliliirss (ii'in-^ *lio l.l.rsl
ii'Irli'lr rnr iiiiii-iinyli: I'rldo Sri.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
•A I'.iiiiiiln M.'illirlti'.l''i.. T.iiYinln. Oni.
«1'1! KiM-MXT I'llKIMKATIUSS.
Ill-Ill. mliiT ii" titJ'iirrfru'lnr'. nnil riroiln'
... :,• |.i,.i.ii...ni-siii tlm miin. nn,' «|i.'i'ii.i
III-, nnil tlmt rlinvi'-irr lip hint r ou. ....
..H.".n .'    HEY ARE HPT FOR SALE BY
h""llhil   .    l':....'llll..lll.H   H|'..ll  .11,'llM.l.ll-
ii..... ..  ..ri' •;    IU CHMlOr- 'rc'i'i du'
llt..,lt_ln.\-t      '. i '|....il^ -'..|ii  -.-  I-.- frinii
iRirio.
'si      UY 1.11-l.n
'.-   Ill I
lfl   III  I'll,  I'.i
. iV'-lnnl. I,ln
. \ir ni- nim?
TO I
KEQ. ISITES.
i-tfy M-hloli
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iiiiivw I
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-till
art In lln- .kin
■ml fii-i,i.v-» ..r ..-ii|.:.'i.i.n.i :
timl i-rriti.'.r In? .i.'t..-!...l. «i '.'V
i .■.- Milr.lrl''.-, -i N... l|i rr
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Kit
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p. rv|il.
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THE BUST.-
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liilranltii    I'rl.'i'M
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Dress-Making 1
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   S'JT.KIr'T,
New Westminster, 13. C.
or Maii-Mi'tlor. miumiiieeil.      ilaplsir-
City Laundry
JOB    QUI.
HAVING [.KA^ED AND FITTED;"UP
riHliopoli fin 11 hh 8irnel, nearly opposite Mr. WlHe'HKtnblo.lH now prepared
to undorhilie Ilie work dill
<to»m*al Lamulry.
Coinpeient men employed, and work
Kiiaran oiil. Having oiitfajted a Wagon
for delivery, elollies will bo delivered
jiioinptly In any part of llio city. Ptr«t-
ulas* refeiiiiiee.s ylvon if reiiolretl. A trial
order B(illclt6tl. PrlooB will lio found as
low iih in uny llrKt-cluss estaldihtiin*ru(.
Famtljod liilien at speeta] rules
iwortleis may ho leftnl Mr. Moklnion'K
Hotelier Shop, Columbia SI.   i      djaiite
CASTORIA
for Infants tnd Children.
INDEPENDENT
STflAICHr, FAIR COMMiSSIOM BUSINESS.
f.WNKf'.S OP FiVTrtlM Olt CltV I.MTK
\ r in «e|| will have their linon-M-*, as
well ;is buyers, oirefully Kutirdftl lu all
trii'tositoiliins, a'nd'rio'i-'xtriis put on rlrst
prlees.   * i
Always liuvi. irood bargains In Vnnooil-
vei- l.ois. .   .
I 'orrospoiidenoe sol lulled.
HU. I L IKK BELL,
t'AJIHIKST., 1*. 0. BlI.Mll,
.lii|.l'".'- ■Vja.WCOTJTTEl-B.
Dominion lands.
IK YOU AltK VAYtNfi FtlTl YOCR
I. t'-eeutpii*- u oi* fnr ron t of Mlntjuinr
(Ir-izliiL' J_i.iid, or !inylni{ Kami, Mlnlnu
nriiuy l •nil. oom Hit* Dominion (JoVeru-
inent,
DO NOT PAY CASH
t-erlpee.n beobtiiinfid In largeornniall
i|uantltles from
ALLOWAY h CHAMPION,
xsAjfrmz-xt-RB,
WINNIPEO',   MANITOBA,'
on morn
TIIK BANK 01' BII1TISII GOIilIMBU,
NKW WESTMINSTER,
rlwinlllllir
Ti
y •*•*•'>
BY WAYOE THK
Oregon and California E., R,
AND CONNECTIONS. .
THE WIT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time Mum Miy otlirt*
Route between
New Westminster awl hi Woo.
Grand f-conlc lloute or the Fuclflc
Const,
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIHT SI.EEl'lNe CAKS
Kor Accommmlnllnii of Heironrl-Oliuia Pfttf-
Siililji.iri, tltlnclied In EltprirK. Tmill8.
Fan- from Piirtlnnd In Suirnnnelilo and
filth Fi-rrnplscor Unlliriltei), kill Flnrt
lllriM. il.lniltnl), (M| Second Clans '.I.I-
pilleit),$l_.
K. KOKI1LKR, .MruinitiT.
E. P. ItOOEBS,
dje_3lc     G<m. Freitfht A ram. Agent.
W. R. AUSTIN,
DEALEB IN
km\ Merchandise!
UVi  nKSUIXSTKII, B. C.
Hay and Feed
IVS. A. Xt —Z JEM*.
WOOD & COAL
(Till': iinsT ijiia: itvi.
Ill*}' liloods. lloots tV Shoi's,
IVovisious -Ji: ftroi-oi-iev.
FARMERS'     HARDWAR!**.,
I-Za>|»«k,   ■»*•«"-
iifi'A.*! wu ukr im wltlskyor lolmccnwp
oiiu. liy ItMinn'i'ivfe linblls ami ciin-fnl ceo-
immy, nerveIVin imhllc nt t-Hiiri-iallj low
ralPH. dwJivialii
"CMtortolsflOwellfclaptedtechlldreaaiatl CMtorl*trarw CoUe, Cowtlpotion,
Ireconiintfiidit-iaBiiperiortoanyprcdcripUon I Bour fitonuob, Diarrhma, Kructatltm,
known to-me."     ttij "* *- ' vm" w ",™ " -""■■»■■ *
m Bo. Oxford 8
wiapwaiociuianauiM ■ uaitoru cures Collo, Coutlpation,
iriortoanjr prcscripUoE I Bour fitonuob, Diorrtiffia, Kructatltm,
A, Arceeb, M.D. I KUl1 Worm«» Sive3 sleep, And promptu Al-
dSfc,BnKijrii,H.Y.   | wfi tojotou msdlcatlon.
The Centaur Cosnu-s-v. rrMnrrny Streeti -*■• V.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND k ITOTIIT iii!
T  1
Mi,
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.   MASON,
CUYLER  A.   HOLLAND,
1
UIRECTQRS',*
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad Sl. - LONDP-
The Tlusiac-Bs of ALLSOP ,V MASON has been merged in tW .
anil will l*o carried ou by the Coui|nny from this date ai a genenl l/r-i
and Insurance A{(eii;y, „
J10NKY TO LOAN mi Mortgage at, Low Kates.   Town Lots n.
Jjiud.-* for .Sale on easy terms.
Viet.(i-l:i, f-I. f'„ May Mils 18S7.' '      ,
:?m.
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry I MachineWorks I
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
'drmrfa tocMalu onipl*-.*. ii;. ni h.':ii*-
■ini-.ij)j_. siirdone- titiiiicfi«,
rpHK     I'ROPRlETOTlft    OV    TltKsr-;    li-TiiSHini irtherwork of Uml ji.' un-; Ua;
I    works lutviMniich ploiisui-i-lii t.tirifv- , ;1 tliorpiigl.i knowledjjt.*   nf   ...* .'oi.-Iu*.*^
liitftlii-li'frk'UiiNim'il lliepuhlir Uml lii.'v : ""'I inmraiiteo.s   satlsfiu-llnn.    I'xtellBn
are lunvmriiuml lo n.'<;elvfliiinl pimniiMv i ifftrenccs lf required. I                     .    ,
ext'culc anvoitli'is foe wit.-k in iln-ir line L   Addre»a"W. K," this ofllce   ilmliath:
with-ivhlciriltcy r    , hv> fiivorutl. i	
a.:mu_mii*,
Mn'tlnrilciil .Milliiii,'i'p.
Viint'iuirt-i-, ll.tr.,HIJi MAy. ISSS.
rlll'lllj'ltltir
STEAMEB
(C
■   • AllHIVKS KVEKY
S10N1IAT aild FRIUAV
I'EI'.UtTS
TlIKSIM' and SATURIIAV.
/r-iONNKCTINU WITH tl. II. *N.('ll.'S
V   Htentnnrf.tr lln' -iotllnl, nnil .villi sip.
'"OLAlrys" fi.i'iiir-rlvoi'.
Fnr piirtlt'ltliirir. rr|i|ily tn
TDllNHH, UEE'l'ON &I'U,
Vlkni'ln,
Idirtii       W. .1. MATHKRH,
OwirrprXllr Airi-nt. nt wo.tmin.ior.
iWRrBKTON&CO.
/VIERCHANTS,
HII.UIP 8TRKKT  • VI('TI!;:i,l
&.aman-x-B mom,
Nortli Britisli and HercanllK*
Insurant*-* Co. foi* Malnlii'itl.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
SS Flnstiury Cinmo,
I.nn.Ii.n, K. C.
BECKETT & 1
Brick Manufaotnrers,
BUILDERS AND
FASB:xoarA:3:-u3
DRESvS MAKING
At 1WISS .IKXNl.MJSV
■  (Iiatk orp ;:.*>"ni.AM>j I
'Jj ■ Corihii of Ciiurcliaud Columbln Hlj-rts,
rr.-Snli.-ifaetioni'iiarniitt'ed.     dwfe7t«
GOME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVfNif TAKEN POBSKfiRJUN OV
tlio "Ternpeninen HouHe," frmilinjj
oi.* (.ohnntilaauit Oliurcli Si-rM'iK.omiiisiu*
tlir- r.i'l-wjopal Clmrtdi, anti nyw Knotui
us the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will tici'Oiitniodale llie ii-avcllng juiblir
■ii ilie fulltiwInBrnl^H:
HnmdjierdHy :	
"   wm-k  	
sliiulf Muulk	
I'.f.Is	
,...et «i
... soo
n.Mioi',1 Hct-omiiiodatinu for Lartlop ami
t*nillii's. uijinr
Flowers for sale
imiOK-YAHIWi Porl Main-)*.
OFFIOH-S: 4'orner 4'»luiiilila unit .llnr)
SI*,, \«'» U tsi min-.ltr.      dwmlilille
HACK, LIVERY, 8TADE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THK HtiHHUIUDMIH Alll'l NOW I'l!'-.-
I'AltKDTlll'UKN HIT
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Chinese LaborJQontractefl.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK W6~& CO.,
COLOMBIA STREET,
NoarCtevelBtiil Solel,
New W.'illnlirirlor.      .irolfin,::
E8IABL18HE1I 1S5H.
ItOBT. DICKINSON
BUTCH £?■:..
-voarl) (IppoKllo Ihe ('iiltnilnl lldi
NEW WKSTMIXSTBII.
rnllK  liAROES'l   A'.-
I     nssiirtnitint. of alt dn
DOUBLE m : INGLE RIBS MEATS AND YEGEi*8LES
f.Mi'i i;i.\r.
it .iv ...,:,7:.(a  (sl-<i,;.
i OU'liiMAi'Sr. amlHI l\u,i. Mai.i,
I.ON'lJON,
INsTiTlT^rE:J> ]HO;l.
i;-".).: i\sui;iN(l HOUSEliAOTIlliH
|l hn'mlhit;*, Cubits, Waits, Mtnoliau-
disi:, Miii'iiiiM'.ttiring nhA Farming Stock,
•iiitperi Toil, Hnrfiur or Duck, and tlie
(>>'Xo<« of Ki.-cl. \'(!BB((U | alio, ShipK laiiM-
iuu .iii-I i'*(iwiii(i( liaigOH and ntlmr \'es-
t\vr> tin iiavi^iildc rivfi'u and oanala, and
iiot»U mt '>o:ird Hindi Vowtets, tlirouylmiit
"livin I'.vitaiii ami lie-land and iu Foroign
ColliltlNJ*,
Utihl um t\H ilAH.UlKBY FIKK.
Aulifntilidd mid luvfttttn) Capital,
•.-t1,('.00.(X)0 ST(-}.
ItalPRof I'rpiiiiinu ami every infontn
• lev wti Ih- ohtainrd on appHimtinn t-i
U*. .1.   UO1RT80M1,
.V||ontffl,-N(« WMtmlnt-liri
ii /J! Kit's cf hiii
hrtiihai Sliorrpst Nollpi-.
nr.vttirdwtniil ttollvorrtl to nny pint uf
the Clly.
Orders liy TVlcp.lioiio will renclvenriimpt
ill Tort tion,
i»8-KtnlilfK nt'iirly opposltt- IVF, ItilV*
pol,(;(.|iiinldnSi., NLnvWr'SliuliiKtO!'.
djall-f       QlLL-r.V BROS.  PhavRl
Plli'VrMMAl.Hl-.fltKTAllY'HOKrUC
i'llh May, 1SHK.
Wiii';anAsTniot,ii-.uiKEANr-utn--
trnior In Council is einpowyrt-.i, un-
tllTllie"lJiildinHi'li"ol A«l, 1NS.J," lo emit ■■
Hehool HlKirli'ln, lu adi|iMt;u lo Mini.nl-
ii'ady cxistiiifr, and Iti tluflne Die liouu-
tlarii'K ilH'icof, and fi-om tliuu lo llni" to
altfir llie lioundiirlt'Ko/ f\lslluir Hislrlols;
It, Ik Itt'tvUy uotlllfd Hint His Honor Uus
1n*en pirated to ereMe the tract, of laud
enclosed wHliln the iimlennentlont'tl
houndarlrs a school Dlstrlet, under tlie
title of "Sapperlon Nidiool lUsirict"
vIk,:-
Oomniennlut; at the Routh-Piisl rorner of
Lot 2ft, (Ironp I, New WeKtinlntUci- Hid-
rlct; tlience norlh Io the noith-ensl coi'ftM'
«f Irfit HI. (-trolip 1; tlieiHiP west lo Ihn
nortli-wi-si corner of Lot It, Cimup I, on
tho North ttoad; Ihenee nlou« llie Nortli
Koad tn ilie lirnnelfa Hlver; thenee iiIouk
tho llriiiu-Hi-i lllvi-i- una south shore ol
Burnaliy Uike to the tiorlh-west, eornerof
Lot 11, Uroup 1; llieni'c ulnn*: unnamed
streot to north-wesi, honndarv of Penitentiary Reservo; ihi'iircalonuHalillioiindary
In north-west corner of said Reserve;
tlienee nloiiR south-westuiu tmundnrv of
said IteKorve It) .Fraser Hlver; thenco
alow* i-dmri.- linnof Frasor Hlver lo point
ofenmmeneeaicnt.
Hyi.*oiuinnud,
JNO. HORSON.
dmySHwl Pmvtnelfll Sporotarr,
j ('iniftantly on tunic], and aupptiud to Fn*m»
J ittet, KeatnurHiiU, and Steamboat* at tho
I    LOWKHT IVitsT.;.;!.!*; HUCES.
CHINA   & JAPAN
W
IC HAVE JUST HKCEIVKD a lame
consignment nf all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
i mbrol-lrrrd Sllli (ioods,
Slum 1», Screens, Bed Qnllln,
Dreulngd'owDs, Etc., Klc.
—Ak&O—
rorccliiln, Satsoma, CloUannc,
Brome, Ivory, Handalwood mul
ClirlOS of Every Description.
IMPORTED BY EVERY STEAMER DIRECT FROM
CHINA MD JAMB.
Hoping thnt you will lionorltit wltb yonr
vlBll, we remain very resliectfiillyybiini,
Kwong on Wo &Co.,
FRONT STREET,  Kiw WtltMIUTtl, I. C.
Po€toiiir«wniii>,T,    •     -rnxmti THE  DAILY   COLUMBIAN
FtfBLISHED
1,-rrrj .(flrrnmin <\*-srr|i| SiiiufHT*
HV TUR
ft-HTiSH CaiUMIIAN PRINTING COMPANY (LIMITED.)
" At tlie Oompr.ny'F Steam Prtiiltug Ea-
flH      inhlWiiinpnl, t.ViluiohlH ftt,
Kor 12 nionthn... ;..,.....$ 00
Kor ti months - , ■'. 4 »
Kor amouttiB ** .w. 2 25
DELIVERED IN THB CITV;
Kor 12 months...., » $10 00
Kor 8 months   5 25
I'er montli „ ; ..-    00
Por wook 25
Puyment In nil coses {except for weekly
role) to be mnde iu advance.
AsveiTttma bates foi the daily.
TrnnnlfnlAavrrlliirnienW.—First Insertion, Hlt'tN. per line solid nonpareil; finch
Hiibseqii('ulcon»ccutlveInfiiirtfoii,2cta.per
line. Advertisements not Insorted every
day, 5 elH. per lino ench Insertion.
Stimulus AUvt-rllitruieiil k. - Roeular
thud new or Professional AdvertUementa
will lm received nt following rates: llnoh,
$2 per month; 2 Ins. 8.1; \i col. S5.S0; % col.
811.75; I col. $111. If lnaerted for tens than 3
mon, 10 per cent, will be added.
SimtIiiI KollrcH umong rending mutter,
•it c(n. per line «aoh Insertion. HpeclulK
L-allhi" attention to ad vert iHeinents.lUt'lH.
per line,
llirilis, MiirrliiKesuntl L'eiUlia,$l for encli
liii;i*rtlun; Funeral Notices in connection
wlib itt'iitim, 511 cts. each Insertion.
tm'Uoii Hairs, when displayed, chnrged
.Ti per cent, less than transient advts, If
•olid, chnrged al regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
iHtiHHl every WmIucmIw llnriitn-g.
litdlverod In the City, per yoar. -SS.00
Maflml, per year 2.00
Mailed, ii months 1.25
WEEKLY ADVERTISING RATES.
Trim hie ii I AdverilsnueiitK.-First.insi.r-
Hou, lOeXs. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
sequent Insertions, 5 cts. per line.
dlHiiillDg Advertisements.—For 1 inch,
|1.«) per month; 2 Ins. $2 per in.; 3 ins. $2,00
per rn.; 1 col.812.75 per m. If Inserted for
less than it mos. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among rending matter,
20 cts. per tine each Insertion,
fills must lie al I metal,and forlargecuts
an extra rate will be charged. No advt.
Inserted In either Issue for less than $1.
**rPersons sending in advertisements
shonld be careful to state whether they
are to appear in the Bally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both.
D. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Sight v. Blindness D. Lyal k Co.
§ ails $riii0h flolumbian
Wednesday evening. May 30, 1888.
A good timber limit for sale.—Apply
to Woods, Turner & Gamiile.     lm
Go and see the grand bargains nf
lots for salo at Reidt's Loan Oflice, *
A heavy shower of rain is anxiously
wished for by every person in tho city.
The annual school meeting will be
held at the council chambers on Monday, June Ilth.
The Winnipeg Hotel on Columbia
atreet, is approaching completion und
will soon be ready for occupation.
Salmon are not so plentiful aa a
week ago. At Katsey tho fishermen
have stopped operations on ncoount of
the high water.
The atr, Kithet cleared for Victoria
this morning with a large number of
passengers, 70 tons of freight and two
carloads of cattle.
The str. Irving left for Chilliwlmuk
this morning with 50 passengers and a
large freight. She will leave for Hopo
on Friday morning.
The str. Dunsmuir cleared for Nanaimo this morning with a number of
{passengers, 10 tons of merchandise
and 35 head of cattle.
The Methodist congregation will
meet in the Oddfellows' hall next Sunday and until the enlargement of the
church has been completed.
Those interested in organizing a
brass band should not forget the meoting called for that purpose in the
Hyack Hall to-night at 8 o'clock.
A large number of Methodists loft
by the str. Irving this morning for
Chilliwhack where they will attend
the camp meeting which opens tomorrow.
Choice Loti for Sale, being subdivisions of lot 14, block IX, suburbs nf
New Westminster; frontage on Fraser
River; magnificent soil.- -Woods, Tun-
nek & Gamiile. dmy21ml
At a meeting of the St. Andrews
and Caledonia society held last night,
a committee was appointed tn make
arrangements for the annual gathering
oftho "Choils."
The river is still rising rapidly,   hut
30 inches lower than lust year's hijrh
wator mark. Old timers nro of tlie
opinion that there will bo no Hoods of
importance this summer.
Persons interested In thoorganiz-ttion
of a Brass Band are reijuested to attend
a meeting to be held for that purposo
in the Hyack Hall on Wednesday evening next, 30th imt, at 8 o'clock.   *
Tho good opinion of the public, in ro*
gard to Ayer's Chorry Peotoral, is confirmed by clergymen, lawyers, bu pi ic speakers, and actors. All sny it is tlie best remedy for affections of the threat and
lungs.
Tlie election of school trustees for
St. Andrew's, St. Patrick's and St.
George's wards will bu hold in the
council chambers on June 13th. lf a
poll it demanded the polling will take
place the following day.
The case of Pntersou va Rowling.
arising out of a dispute over a skid-
way, comes before the supreme court
on Friday. A very large numbor of
witnesses have been summoned and
the oast is expected to last two duy/.
Neither mind nor body can act healthfully, If the blood is vitiated. Cleanse
the vital current from impurities liy the
ule of Ayer's Sarsapailla, This remedy
purifies the blood, recruits tlio wostcil
energies, and restores health to tlio debilitated system.
A congregational meeting of St. Andrews church wai held last night to
receive the report of tho building committee. No conclusion was arrived at
and the report wu referred back to
the committeo for further consideration.   I
The Portland, Or., News is wrestling
with ripe atrawborries which, it says,
measure 11 inches in circumference.
If our oontemorary ia encumbered with
a surplus of these eccentricities we
shall be happy to recto vo a small consignment.
There are some rickety pieces of
sidewalk in the city just now which
demand the attention of the board ut
works. The most notable are on Mary
street* below Colombia-, on Columbia
street, eat* etui, and ou Wick wood,
opposite the Catholic ohuroh,
Courl of llnj-jltfii.
Tlio court of reviiiiwi nud appeal
will bo held iii* the.couucil chamber tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock when
all complaints againr.t the assessment
•if 1888 will bo heartland determined.
1'harltc Cnptwed.
Charlie, the Siwash who was wanted
for supplying liquor to an Indian woman named Mary, was arrested this afternoon and taken before the police
magistrate. As the evidence against
Charlie was not procurable at the time
ho was remanded until to-morrow
morning.
Kntrnure  Kvamluntlons.
The entrance examinations for the
high school, conducted by Mr. S. D.
Pope, M. A., superintendent of education, coinmonced this morning nnd
will bo completed to-morrow afternoon.
Eighteen applicants presented themselves for examination. The pupils
are being examined on 35 subjects.'
Tbe AbjNHlnlti.
The C.P.R. s.s. Abyssinia sailed for
Yokahaina aud Hong Kong yesterday.
She takes 17 cabin, 5 European steerage and 277 Chinese passengers. Her
cargo consists principally of 3125 bales
American cotton goods, 1412 bales
Canadian cotton, 14,101 sacks flour and
31,000 feet dressed lumber. In ull ber
cargo amounts to 1400 tons.
Tbe Derville fiaiully.
Tho performance given by the Derville Family last night at Herring's
opera house wus nut largely attended.
Tho programme consisted of songs,
step dancing, character sketches and
musical selections. The cornet solos
by Master Eddie Derville were extremely well executed, and the musical
performances on various instruments
by another raembei of the company.
were very good.
Fur the 1'cnltcntlnry.
Deputy-Sheriff Longloy, of Victoria,
arrived last night on the str. Rithet,
bringing threo prisoners sentenced to
terms in tho penitentiary. Two of
the prisoners, Daws and Clark, are
sentenced to the penitentiary for a
term of two years for robbing tho Victoria loan oflice, and the third, Ah
Sam, found guilty of robbing Mr. Russell's residence, has been sentenced to
a term of three years' imprisonment.
Mr. Warden McBrido has taken charge
of them.
3,0«» Kails named.
A man named Stein, of Brownsville,
set out a clearing lire some days ago on
his property at the bottom of tho lull
near the Ynlo rond, Mr. L. F. Bonson
had 3000 fence rails cut and lying
ready for removal at the top of tho
hill, and ho warned Stein to be careful
not to allow the tiro to spread in that
direction. Stein ropliod that thore
wns not tlio slightest danger. This
morning the fire spread to where the
rails wero lying und the wholo lot were
consumed.
Queen I'linrlutte Anthracite.
The steamer Maude will leavo this
evening for Graham Island, having
on board Mr. J. Hardy and others,
who will inspect thu anthracite coal
deposit on that Island. Tho mine hns
been bonded, and should it prove of
sufficient extent to permit uf it being
profitably worked, a company of capitalists will at once proceed to open it
up. It will be remembered that oVcr
8100,000 waa expended on tliis property many years ago, but through some
mismanagement it received a set-buck,
from which it has not since recovered.
—Cobnut.
 *.-*-*	
main Have Decs serious.
An accident, which might-have had
more serious results, happened yesterday at the buildings in course of erection on Mrs. Trew'a property, on Mary
street. Some ono threw a piece of
board out of an upstairs window,
whicli Btrnck Mr. Isaac MeMartin,
just grazing Iiib faco aud inflicting a
painful wound on one arm. Blood
flowed profusely, Imt under Dr. McLean's cure the arm was bound up,
and Mr. MeMartin will not be much
the worst!. Too much enre can not be
exercistid about buildings, as fragments
of bonrd and other missiles falling
from a height nro liable to do serious
injury.
Tttl fill   I'olcti.
Tho Elder brought from Metlakahtla two old totuni poles consigned to
Dr. Sheldon Jackson, for tho Sitka
Museum. It seems that formerly the
people now living at Port Tongass resided at Port Chester. Fifty years
ago a party of Stickeens attacked and
defeated them. The village wasburned
and the peojilo driven nway.. Tho totem poles tilimu Kuemed to have escaped the thu Lust summer, when
the Mtitlakuhtliins took possession of
the place, thoy found a few still standing Having no interest in thom, the
poles were gradually being destroyed.
The lit-st two remaining wore sauurod
for thu museum,
Hlr-Mt CmcM,
An old couplo of tho Italian pernim-
siuu,who came in ou to-day's train, did
thoir level best to "aootho tho savage'
breasts" of our merchants and business
men along Columbia st. this afternoon,
by tho discoursing of sweet sounds
both vocal and instrumental. The old
man .was blind and manipulated an
acenrdeon or something of the sort;
tho aged woman acted as guide and
worked tho hat. For such an old
couple, thero was considerable voice
and volume in the plaintive foreign
airs which they sang, and they reaped
(fuite a harvest of small silver.
—    m-A+A-t*
A  Kiniawny,
This afternoon on returning from a
drive the Ven. Arohdoaci.n Woods told
his Chinaman to givo the horso a pail
of water. In order to allow the animal to drink wilh ease, the Chinaman
took off the bridle leaving the horso
still attached to the barouche. Finding
itself free tho horse moved off, aud,
becoming startled from somo unknown
cause, ran awny. After turning the
corner of Agues and Mary streets it
kept on nt a mad pace until near the
corner of Provost street whero it fell,
overturning the carriage, but without
causing any great amount of damage.
Willing bauds soon relieved the animal from its akward position and freed
it from the carraige. Fortunately the
horse recoivod no serious cuts or injuries
A Fruitless Warning.
A Storm Coming.
Tbo weather for the past week, has
beon c-xtroniely dry and warm, and
especially during yesterday und today,
whim the thermometer ronched 80" iu
tho shade, hns it buou particularly un-
comfortable, dipt, Pculo infoims us
tlio present stato of thinga will not laat
mud) I 'iiger as a heavy storm is brewing find whicli mny be expected to
break to-moiTow. Since yesterday
nioininig the barometer has been
steadily falling and during thnt time
hat dropped half an inch. Capt. Peele
ft'itsitlt-rii this an infallible sign of an
u|*]n*-i idling storm of more than ordi*
ni'ry magnitude, and it would b* well
fuv pa pie to make preparations for it.
tiive Hollu'n\*sCoin Cure a trial. It
removed ten tioniij from oue pair of foet
without any pain, What It has done
once tt will do again,
Our local cotem. having no reply to
our statement about his garbling the
roport of o recent case, becomes
"nasty" and says unthruthful things
hoping that some one-will believe him.
On Monday evening he had a paragraph that was a little beyond what
is.permitted fora newspaper to say
without basis. We warn him that
such statements will not in future be
permitted to go unchallenged.—Guardian. Our answer to the Guardian's accusation was a challenge to publish
the evidence of Mr. and Mrs. Suter in
the case. Surely that was an answer
to the point. If tho evidence is published by our cotemporary the public
will be in a position to judge whether
The Columbian's report was garbled,
and what sort of figure our cotemporary cut in the witness box. If The
Colombian is misrepresenting, the
remedy is at hand, and if our cotemporary fails to employ it tho inference
jb plain.
New Machinery Depot.
This important business, which has
just been started by F. G. Strickland
& Co., promises to develop into such
proportions oa to amply repay the enterprise and capital involved, as woll
as prove it great convenience to manufacturers, miners, agriculturists, und
others, Bofore locating in Westminster, Mr. Strickland occupied sevoral
months in carefully canvassing tho advantages offered by this city, Vancouver, and Victoria, respectively, aa a
Geld for tho new enterprise, and deliberately chose Westminster, as offering by considerable odds tho most
advantages. In the last few days the
company has disposed of over §4,000
worth of new machinery, and there is
every prospect of large and increasing
sales mall sorts of heavy and Agricultural
machinery. Tho firm has tlio best of
eastern connections both in Ontario
and the States, and Mr. Strickland,
being a practical millwright, Ac , is
enabled to give his patioim all the advantages of his experience. An oflice
has been taken in tho bank building
on Mary street, and the company expect shortly to erect large warehouses,
Ac, somewhere on Front st.
. ■»-*-*»	
Bapld Travel Mur.
By yesterday's Pacific express a
family arrived /rom England having
sailed from Liverpool for Montreal on
May 12th, thus making the journey of
5048 miles in 17 days. Taking into
consideration tho necessary delays at
Montreal aud Quebec, this is very
rapid travelling, and reflects the highest credit on the Canadian service of
trans-Atlantic steamers and the magnificent transcontinental service of tl •
CiiiiiLiliau Pacific Knilway. Perhaps a
moro remarkable iiistnnco of rapid
transit than the above can be cited
Lust night attached to one of the regular freight trains from the east was a
cur containing a thoroughbred stallion,
two thoroughbred rams and a coop uf
fancy poultry, consigned to Mr.
Thompson of Saanich, which left
Liverpool on April the 27th, making
the whole distance in !12 days. Had
tho cur beon attached to a fast freight
train tho time would have been reduced by ut leust 5 days, A fow instances
such ns thceu Hpenk highly for the
umnngeiueut of our great railway und
is sufficient to prove that no road in
tho American syaiuui uun show such
recurds under thn mum circumstances,
Agrlcnllurnl Mmlilucry, Kir.
Mr. Thos. Cunuingh'tm bas opened
a manufacturers1 agency aud commission warehouse in whit has heen known
as Ewen's building, in this city, under
tho salvation army barracks. The
warehouse is extensive, running from
Columbia to Frontst,, ami will shortly
be well stocked with agricultural and
mill machinery, railroad supplies,
stoves, stamped and galvanized ware,
etc. Mr. Cunningham has but lately
roturned from the oast, where he spent
several months and established connections with numerous manufacturing
and wholesale houses both in Ontario
and Quebec, and hu large shipment*
on iho way. Ho is thereforo prepared
to givii thoso desiring articles in his
line the best of terms. His. busitivss
announcement will appear in a fow
days. This makes two institutions of
the sort established in this city within
thu last wook or two, uud furnishes a
pretty good index of the inducements
offered by Westminster as a Held for
tlk-imoBtmontof capital aud ontor-
pi-i-e in now and productive industries.
KiiiMiem, millers, manufacturers, Ac ,
it ill I ave pla,ced right at tlieir dor.r-i
evurf facility for obtaining all sorts of
m-ioliiiiery at the best poistble terms
—________^_M____—M^ilM——
Two Suicides at Donald.
H'leelnl lo the Coliiml'liui.  . "
DoxAin, B. C, May 31).-A young
man named Harry Jackson, from London, Eng., and lately employed at
Donald, boarded llio westbound train
thia morning, got off at Beaven and
committed suicide by taking laudanum.
Be died in two hours after taking the
poison. He has papors stating that he
comes from ono of the oldest families
in England. He left a letter saying he
wan in trouble, but did not give particulars. Mrs. Curran, a resident of
Donald, committed suicido yesterday
morning by taking carbolic acid. Sho
diod ins.antly. She leaves a husband
and four small children, the youngest
an infant about threo months old. She
was supposed to bo temporarily insane.
Thia is the third case uf poisoning in
Donald during the last fortnight.
Jolm Haya, Credit, I\ O., says: "His
shoulder wns no lutnu for -nine months
that ire could not raise liis hand to his*
head, but by tiro uso of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil tli.- pain and lameness disappeared, aud although three months
has elapsed, he lias not had nn attack
of it siuce,"
Personal.
S. D. Pope, M. A., superintendent
of education, is in the city.
Jas. McOdnnell, of Chilliwhack, arrived by the Str. Gladya to-day.
E. Oglo, of Ogle, Campbell & Co.,
returned laat night from Victoria.
T. L. Ladner was in the city last
night and left for home this  morning.
R. O. Harvey left for Victoria this
morning nftcr a stoy of two weeks in
thia city.
Miss Eugenie Smith, of Ogden, Ulah,
arrived to-day on a visit to her Bister
Mrs. J. Fletcher.
Rev. E. Robson nnd Rev. Mr.
Whito left for Chilliwhack this morning on the Irving.
D. W. Gordon, M.P., was in the
city last night and left on the Dunsmuir this morning for Nanaimo.
SILK RIBBONS!
Those of our readers who would like, to
have an elegant, large package of extra
lino, Assorted Ribbons (by mail), in different widths and all the latest fashionable shades! adapted lor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, Ac,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a largo wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only *_5 cents (stamps), to the address
wo give below.
As a special offer, this house will give
ifoiiWi' the amount of any other firm in
America if you will send tho names and
F. O, address of ion newly married ladiea
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No pieces less than one yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheorfully refunded. Three packages for OO cents.   Address,
London Rlunox Ackncy,
dwoplOyl Jersey City, N, J.
What a Comfort to he aiilk to gratify one's appetite onco more without pain,
after long suffering from Dyspepsia!
Victims of indigestion wise enough to
accept the general verdict in favor of
Northrop b Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure as true, and use
the article, can enjoy the welcome relief.
Obstinate Dyspepsia, Constipation and
Biliousness, invariably yield to its potent
regulating action.
Wholesale oily Market.
Beef,     per mills $7 00(3 0 00
Pork "    » 10 a I) 00
Mutton      "         11 (lot. U 00
Hlilcs(gr'li)"    4 CO8 5 00
Potatoes     "     Ilia I BO
Oal)lnl_e     "     . 006. 0 00
Onions       "    m«1@ (100
Wheal        "           I Wl. j 1 75
Oata ••           1 50 ti I 75
Peas   ,      "           160(4 o oo
Hay,        per Uni    18 00300 00
Buttor(ron,) peril.  oiKrS 035
Cheese, "    0 HI S 0 17
Hftgti     perdoz [.:.'  0 20@o*._i
Cortlwooil (retnlh per cord  .1 50 ist I uo
Colic and Kidney Difficulty. — Mr. J.
W. Wilder, J. 1*., Lafargoville, N. Y.,
writes: "I un subject to severe attacks
of Colic and Kidney Difficulty, and find
Parmelee's Fills ali'rird me great relief,
while all other remedies have failed.
They are tiio best medicine I havo ever
used." in fact so great is the power of
this medicine to cleanse and purify, that
diseases of almost every namo and nature
are driven from tire body.
Children CryforPltcher;tC*^tla
When Bsby wh tick,«« gin htr Cutoit*
Whto she wm m Child, ahe cried for Cutor-k,
When she becuw UUi, the clung to C'Mtorift,
WHQihehedChUdrat.aUgtntlwiOutMla
BAPTIST C1IVHCII, AipieH Htreet,
Rust of Mnry Htreet. I-ord'n liny
Horvli-i ■sni il ii, m. unit 7 p.m. Hnblmth
HrIidoI Unit Biblo (.hihH ut 2:00 p. in. All
itmlafrue; utrnnscrsconllally -welcomed.
§T. PAUL'S ('U'liril. John HireH,
) OppoHlti* Orange Hnll. Kev. Thomns
addon, I'liM-or. HerviceH every Hundny
at II ». m, nnd 7 p. in. Tlinrwlny evening
at 7:JW o'eloek. Hunts free; all arc cordially Invltc.i   Htiiiiluy Hehool ul!!::«) p. in.
MBTIIOIMKT VIIVRCIIt Mary Ht.
Uev. .1,11.White, Pastor. Hervlccsnt
m. uml 7 p. in. Htlliduy Hehool and
Bible OlliRfl 2-.m p. ill. I'myer Meeting on
ThurmlnyH nl 7.iWp.iu. Benta free; strangers
conllally Invited.
Mr. Puter Vurmett, Hochelaga, P. Q..
writes: "Dr. Thomas' Kvleetrio Oil
cnreil im-' of Klieinimtisiii after I tried
many medicines to no purpose. It Is a
good medicine." dust think of it—you
can reltuve the twinges of rheumatism,
or the most painful attack of neuralgia
- you can cheek ft couch, and heal
hruisuil or hrokon skin, with a bottle of
Mr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil, costing only
25 cents.
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AND   EYE-GLA88E8.
Recommended   by LeadlnK  Oculists In
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All put louts under trealment will plonso
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FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
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OPPOSITE THE "BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTJiEN ..PRICKS..
A frill Une ot Spectacles & Eye-Glnsseg in steel, rubber, silver mul gold
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, fl ptr pair; all sights Buited.
8pecial attention given to FINE WATCH'REPAIRS. H«ving learned the
busiuc■ i thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcra In England, and since then
inanafc.', the watch-repairing department-! of a few of the best firms on Uie continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly mutineer for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage b Lyman, Montreal.
('Iiiii-tfcs Moderate.
Momthe.il, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq.. Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, save: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
woll for ine ns you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; $c. Package.
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Opp. Tel. (_vii,.li Oflice,
Columbia St., New Westminster.
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Choice Family Groceries!
Fancy California Roll Batter,
Choice Mocha & Java Coffee.
Montserrat Lime Frnlt Juice.
Desiccated Wheat,
Rolled Oats & Orltz*
TRY THEM FOR BREAKFAST.
All Qoods delivered promptly.
:f. t. fo-o-xjds ao oo.,
dap'JStir ODDFELLOWS' BLOCK.
OGLE. CAMPBELL & CO.
MJLNTJS'.A.oTtraams om
Window Blinds, Store Shades, Awnings
THE LARGEST VARIETY OF l^B HA1KLAND.
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CHINA   MATTING,
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Carpet*, <!iir|»et 8quare«, Rags. Lace Curtain* und Honse
MrolMhlng Gooiu generally.
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PERSONALLY   SELECTED1 IN   ENGLAND  AND
SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON.
Inspection Zxi*vlt«d.
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