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NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, ©PtOBEE 1, 1887,
IS———SOS—
NUMBER 79
S1JJTH, «.».:'
in Street, opposite l»ar
„,,»1H«M|. .; ■
sl»umanw_-A*kHSS St, 0pP0.lt. «•#
Baptist Church
o«3ri
en
OFFIOE KOURH-10 a. m. to IS noon) 3
toS!aa4S!»toSp.m.
I AM IWI»s| I
dnolOlo
I.-
M. MACLISAH, B. A„ ■.D.,C.M,
OFFICE; MeKensle Street, next door to
Drill Shed.
RESIDENCE; asms Street, third house
•rom Mary Street.
OFFICE HOURS! 10to 1J| S to 6i St» to 8,
d-deJBte    ____	
IT X,00OrCR,B.A„M.O.,
°" 'PKTnjauIf^^sW^■»f•Ji•;;
OFFI0« and BBMP«WO«^Sj#.'*J;
OrrlOE HODKS-StolOa.m.; Iteland
M'—ikmsreta,
' DENTIST.
3iOOTS-en.in.1eJp.in.       dwJyUto
stttau,
jSAMDRTUIS.
ii' '*'!   , SOLICITORS, ETC
onoe. MekensleMWr*, New 'eetmlnsUr,
and Vanconvof.il'ft  , JySldwte
fn C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, MMCITOB, *»•
McKensle Wreel,
dwfeWo New Westminster, B,0.
». nktithTon,   '
.OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
Bu££ies, Carriages,
-~rj-Or02!T&.
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent locks,
Sales, Sewing Machines, Ac, *e.
BLACMlNrmiNO
-Wm-KnVMjr16
' IUvlnrSeeni^,teMi!M}*d('nen>ws
»eel conffden t ot giving satlslaetlon.
MT Horse-shoeing a specialty.   '
dw.JlySltcl   COnrMBiA ST., Sew Wwr.
THE LEADIHB
P.1
BARRISTER, SOUOltOR A NOTARY.
Old Post Oltee, * * ' ;
Columbia mreet,     .,.'
dauQte New Westminster.
nr «on«AiHW«i»,«.c.,
'       BAeUUrSin-AT-LAW.
IMdAsnt.' .        . jloMylo'Iaani.
Colombia Hh Hew w"esiml«stor,a C-l
and eer, Cordova A CWt»l Sts., Vancouver, kc: •**»
AROHITJtC*:" ""*','Wi'--»
oi-rios-Coruer Ms»jr lad CurkM* Sts.
dwfeSSto
/1LOW a> MAOHJBB,
arcmA,"^,,.,: *;
Orrurs-Over I>. *. Curtis k jOa/a Drug
donSlto Columlia
rrt i.tiavr,
AOonOSUeiANDAPFRAM««'
ColassblaSlreet. ......New WestmlosU
$10,000 STOCK
"■'ireW EK ROUTE.
■J imHIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
_C » ireat reduction ih prices to make
room for tho largest and best assortment
of Bsdts and Slides .ever Imported into
this county, from the'r/aqnlpal Housee
of Germany, France, GreafBritain, the
United 8tates and bur groat Dominion.
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
.CALL and see my stock be-
1«»i»T0D.EJJfRGHASE.
Hoots Slid Shoes, (rom 60c upwards.
felt* Rubber Goods A Yum-Yums
„    of all kinds.
ladles' ifienlj1 Slippers forXmru-
the loveliest ever seen,
81 Maes of Irtlei', Misses' * Children's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
tolnbl Maui Block. CelusbU a.
dwnoWte     ' _l_	
All commissions will receive prompt
and cental attention. Best references
given when requited.        ...     marine
ft'
RAND BROS.
■AL 'MMTr-S BMKSIsVR ■'■
C>av«r«a>.rs,C.II.«Urs,    ."
Aa* lunsst, Afaat.,'
Otlees at VtcTORI Al Fort Street, '
NEW WESTmNWERl .Comer
MeKensle and oTarksen Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Btreet..
.,*«rrffl?w'^!ii!S8SK:
FARM tANDS of superior quality *r
sal. at Chllllwhaok, Tort Hammond,
Langley. MaUqnl, Rumas, Mod Bay,Led-
Mr-s UMUngTLulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Maps and Plans eihlblled and the fullest Information furnished Mali ouroOlces,
feSN.
MUSIC CL.SSES.
-rVTRS. PEARSON WILL BE PRrB-
M pared lo receive Pupils on the Piano
atthe usual houn on Mondays. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays. Residence, Roy-
Si Avenue, .     , ., daiuttm!
c.
(I
IS
HAV1HO TAKEN
ai. rroatst.
S*Tn>l.»TUU»).
NOW READY
lo serve his customer! ud everybody
with as good a stqtk as* man waits to
•elect from,
e^«»sSirSSu.E
Oome and eee the
know what you —
dwoolUc
ind let us
[ODSsT.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA..
—aitasrxB rros
North British »ntt Mercantile
insnranee Co.. for Mainland.
H. p. BEETON t\ CO.,
M Fbwbury Clrcut,
London, E, C,
ESTABLISHMENT
—-GV THK—
Mainland of B. O.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St.
D,
OOlUMIIA ITREIT
.]NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Books,      ~7~~
.. '. HeectuliM,   .
Music, Stetloeu-ry,
h ArtUta» Matertak,
Bibles, Albteens,
T«l«4f»nfyGo«h, ;
Btrttttoy Books ACeerds.
TBI SPECIAL BRITISH COLUMBIA
number of Ihe   
■art of British Ool
receipt ottt cent..
igiiiBL.-y.--,	
WEDWNO * _ls__k!l MMuW(*.
_„ sent to any
or Ih. Slates on
OOME_^ND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
SAVINO TARSI!  POSSESSlOS^pi'
the "Temperance House,!'frohtlng
fc)._t.. ..J -U—U * .-• X It.
woolnmblaaud Church Streets', Oppoells
the Episcopal Church; and mw "known
FARIM'HOMEI
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at the following rates: .
i Board per day. _„ _ .11 W :
«    "'■ week .....; 6 00
, single Mcals........r ...».; ..-■-   * I
Beds At~.AA.At •■•.. »
sevOood accommodation for Ladles and
taurines. mytte
Flowers for aale
'    MU tOISTI rndlWWlSTMMTII,
WHO   WILL   GUARANTEE   EVERY
PAIR FOR ONE YEAR,
And,present you with a Book of Test),
inonlals.       [dwJeUOto
ITOI-IOB.
G
BOROK  A.  COUOrtELr,,  of  Chilli-
wIirck, hai thU dty mflJe on iuwIku-
„.jnt lor tne benefit ot hli oredltonTto
Louli rVbillp Btluteln.  All pomoni hiw*
to the undersigned at New Westminster
on or befoie thesMli October, W87.
.   WTMORMAN BOLE.
RolloltorforAssjtnc.
dwsewint
Dated 90th Sept., 1987.
Boys Wanted
SELL THE DAILYCQLUMBIJiN.
0
,NR OR TWO SMART BOYS ARE
wanted to sell the Daily Ciimimhian
in- the city* A boy who known his iHim-
SieMaud Isn't afraid to "holler" cun tnnkc
Mots.lor en hour's work overy evening.
Apply at this Offloe, tUiisHo
A. R. BECKETT.     WM. WOLVENHEN
BECKETT & CO.,
BUILDERS AND
WOBXBi
Fraser Brick ITertu, r.rtU.ney.
OaTa—O—B.
MockensleSL, Hew Westulaster.
'  Manufacturers ot: Maehlne^niade and
Pressed Bricks to any pattern.
Estimates given for 'Buildings and Public Works of anv description,    dwtyitc
mos  attatsa nsssss
nST 0F7ES iCm
|     MAILS CLOSE AND ARRIVE.
.    ." .''6'l.O«ai fi
ForOan.Mc;By.-Dally (exceptJtmnktr
, ana Monday): at' 12.46, and on Saturday
(tordlspatoh Sundoylata _
For Victoria, V. L.and WeettmD.aoffl-
ces-Monday, USO; Tuesday, SMi: Wed-
. nesday.6.1» and 19; Thursday,**; Frli
day, 8.15 and-19; Saturday,*._
For Vancourar, Mootovins <_\_p
Inle'.-Dally leirrepl 6undaylil4.tt.
For Port Moody-Daily (eieer
For Ladner's Lauding.
Monday, 12.30; Wedl
. at 19.
For Clover Valley. Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie-Thursday, noon.
For North Arm and See Island-rTburs-
i'orE'ighi and Mud Bay-Saturdaj,BUi.'
FiSr Plumper's Pass-Wednesday,» _
For Nanalmo (direct m«ilHTuee4»5,B).
f____$,iBe,.-Psi|lrT (except Solar-
t Sunday)
Lain Island-
aid Friday
day).™..   .
From-Vlotorifc-SundartWeddr
      ancMWr,. Moodyvllle s_
rard Inlet-Sally (except Snndal
Fmro PortMoody-uotly (oxer *
From'Ladner's Landing and Lulu Mead   wkhiM.
-Mun.iay, WMnf.de;and Frrdar, IA       ■   •
From Clover V.lley, Halt's fralrtear
FrorSVp^hArmand°8ealIlan«-*Tll««.
ilay.U.
J-Saturday, 11.
edneodar.ll     -
mall)~Saturday,
.    OP THE HARRISON.
M nnnn ud Bni Ecioii
1ST   AM1I11IOA.
* tHBMIKO IY THE LtAQIMC PSYMCIAMS.
PRimESWMfllliWB VAPOR
,    V BATHS. i
swAii^'Al^^VeH^ltt:
With Experienced Attendants In Ohargil-
rtlen   .■■■rpassed
AUOTION SALES,
Mr. H. N. RI(*,.a«Uo»eer, will hold
the. autumn sale' el Ihr stoek. Imple-
naeitVeto., at Udnerson tho dm Oeto-
gaUp £riti«h Colnmbwn
Thii powder ne'
urlty.itrenrthai
touomloar thttirtj
Jmnot be ic
multitude o(
phoifih---*,-^	
yalBakixo Poww
JthghtdOBted nUn.
Free Cumplng Ground for thoso that pre*
fer lent Ing out; no extra charge tor baths,
Htagesrteetair
lion, O. P. H.
1 tralni at AgauU'i Sta-
M-No Improper penotm allowed on the
premlsei.
Saturday rate by C. P. It.—Westminster
to AguHBli and return, only 12.50. Tlukets
good for 15 days, $d,00. dwjeflto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Uesrlr Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at til.
LOWEST rOMSIBLE I'lUCES.
0. E. W00DI, A. 0. MtlUE,
Use funnel. Ntniir Puitu
VoohTnrihiUi
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate Commission and
insurance Agents.
Honor to loan on Irst mortgage on
unproved Real Estate,
Farming lends, improved and unimproved, for sale in allparta of the District.
Cltjr end Snburtsn Lots for sale ln
choice locations.
Mining Stocks bought and sold.
lire, Mile Ml Accident Insurances
effected.
 aapRBSBirriNa	
f IBB.--titna Insurnnco Co. of Hartford.
Western Insurnnco Co. ol Toronto.
Uf K.—New York Lite Insurnnco Co.*'
AI<CIBHIT.-Travelers Insurance Oo. ol
Hnrtlord.    	
Aicucy ol the Bemlaln Rspress (r*.
W00U8,TURXKR4G*1IBIK,
Ornui, ItiMO't Biook,   -   Oolumsia Strut
NEW WK8TMINSTEK.
dausto
Dental Notice.
t SHM.ti I.KAVE KOH PAUVOBNIA
| orr nr about tlie lGtli Oulolrer lor the
winter, nnrl any person reqlllrlns tlontnl
work dono will govern themselves accorrl-
Ingly. FRANK WKI-HH.
" ilsellinl
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Ko'val Bakuo Fowmt
NCwYork.
. A marvel ol
imenese. Hon
^«T kinds, oa4
Sltlon with th.
*el*ht'«^-
FOR SALE C1.EAP.
FOB ONE MONTH FROM DATB THB
under-sinned oltlna lor sole! lyona.,
well-bred, gentle Horses; SOO none ol Oral-
class Land, In lots from 40 to JOS acres, s
miles Irom N, W. City. Applyto
dse7ml JAMES KBNNIDY.
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANO-
ley Saw and Planing Mill; mill In
good order. For particulars apply oath.
premises to     „...„.     ALaaJ-t^i
_   ley Saw and Planing Mill:
good order. For particulars appl;
^emlsesto H.\.--
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc A HELMOKEN. Victoria.
ISTOTIOB.
m
OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THATrl
_, Intend applying to th. Chief Commissioner ol Lands * Works lor perm]s:
alon to purchase 320 acres ot pastoral land
In the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,
described as lollowsi-Commenclns at a
post about one mil. and. half from the
mouth of Rook Creek and running north
80 chains; thence east 40 ohalnsilbenoe
south 80 chains; thenee west 40 chains to
point of commencement.
JOHN OLAHK,
Pier J. C. Havms.
Osoyoos, a CSS* Aug,, 1887.    dscllma
A RARE CHANCE
—ion a—
FINE FARM.
ir
MY ONLY SON BEING DEAD. I D*
sign to retire from farming. I there-
offer to sell my Homestead, one or the
best Farms on IheXowCr Fraser. TneEe-
tato contains 115 aeree, Including overs
acres or Orohard, with House eniMe
Ladner's Landing, Aug. Ord, 188T.
dauSleot-wallo
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,      l»     ' ?
Orn»m«blal Trees,      .
^snell Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In snot
variety. '   .
Everything Orst-olass aud (urnUhed In
go-lsl-ape.       O.W. HENRY, '
dw-delltc Port'Hammond.RO.
MR, THOMAS; WFfOID
BEOS TO ANNOUNCE Tt) THE PUD-
He generally that he has opened a
new Jewelry Storo on
Front   Stxaojt,
Where ho will keep on hnnd a full stock
of '        ,
Clocks, WBtcbei Mil Jewell?
or ah. enns..
KnuIKh Hatches a specialty.
Country orders will'receive prompt at-
tenllim,
All kinds nl llEPAUUNU done In Or,t-
class stylo ami all work guaranteed.
dwJyUlo
;:; Tlfrlpi-i Bistsnefc
In booe»beii:i982, parties of ss-
tronomen rate noattared over the
world to obeemr** transit of Yen-
us aeroas tbe sun's disc, whioh took
piece on the 8th of that month,
llie observations (hen stoned far
sent..out hy the British
otMot Jiave. .tain eethued
the dinetioa of Mf. Stone,
trmilMlhliSirtni i
^.j. ,_*!.■■ -■'.■..     -■',       ,l'_ .      —
ONMsev report has jtat boon
* litaflK. isese sont
__ . ti J/iiaua^ B»r-
Meos» Tlnsnnils, the Caps^rjtasia-:
|Sseeti New Zealand and; Brisbteo,
at all of wbich, otcept Briehtne,
\ obseri ittos, were''OK
fatad) >U edditSowW .the siova,
%bm\Q*—teinkWa.> eUthsas. in
SonthWalos,
' " New
Notoland the
QsygjiN J|ett of tht oliaerva-
thnewtktstMtermine «s accumtely
is posdblo the son's distance, whioh
is, so to speak, this standard yard of
the astronomer, end was teferred to
by tlie late astronomer loyal ss the
"noblest problem af astronomy." In
1874 anal882 photography wAiiesed
to aid ih the solution of the problem. Notwithstanding the foot
that three transits bed been observed, the observers had to overcome
an unastMnrts of .boot one end' a
half million miles, In discussing
the [i>iinnlhs»i of 1882, Hr. Stone
*A eeensna, two,, independent
atiOMol the sun's distance,
one from* comparison ol the ob-
serrationtof strtry on the son's distance, And one from the observations
of egress. From twenty-four obser-
votions'of the first the distance 92,-
654,000 miles (subject to an uncertainty Of 240,000 miles) isobtsined,
from the second, 92,819,000 miles
(snkjeot to an aneerteisuy of S70,-
000 miles; or, cosjdining the two
classes of oltaKgitJqL^are. ^heTO the
disUne>>ei4he s'un eSaTtoS?, WO,-
000milee,with ut Anerteinty,.o\
wWjWOwulee. , Thi} vedue ia. 180,
000 hss than- thee deduced from the
Britith observations of the transit
of 1874.-f?fo6r.
XIUIIwli Bussla
IiONDOM, Sept. 26.—The minister
of publio instruction at St. Feters-
bu|hssneentlyso*ds»;dieoovery,
tbe object ot ■tsV— will require
moot active vigilance on the part of
his lieutenants to follow out tnd uproot. He has learned thst in the province of Tver, Nihilisfio doctrines
arc spreading with , greet rapidity;
and that the Russian youth of this
provinoe are.beooming fast imbued
with the iconoclastic spirit ot revolutionists. . Tver is tainted with Nihilism aiid the authorities are alarm
ed at its extensive hold on the minds
of the people, The minister of publio instruction fo»nd and seised a
number of writings of nil dejjrees of
Nibilistidtnicliing, from the mild
primer of the neophyte in government opposition to fierce' and uh-
restrainsd language of the red-handed Ossr killer. Tver, although only
a short.distance, from the capital,
hu heen made a.'receptaole of political exiles from St. Petersburg,
end now they number » lerge percentage of the pooulation. That Nihilism should speed end produce a hotbed, ss it were, at anachists in ' a
province whioh is flooded with ite
professed followers, is not strange.
The Bussian Nihilist of the better
sort Is a refined, eduoated man. In
fact it ie among the 'higher close
that the doctrinee ot this creed
flourish best, and philosophers, sophists, soldiers and students are
numbered among its ranks, A
number of them for minor offences
have been, sent to Tver, and excellent opportunities have been given
to these enthusiasts to convert large
numbers tq their fold. The business has Men gone about quietly.
Secret meetings have been held,
where pone but the' faithful and
those brought by them have been
titatttid! .The young nienof Tver
»;a\« llfcm toien in hand by these
cultivated raeii, who have been able
to present.their ideas in the most
palatable shape,' and theoonsequence
is that'they have succeeded in their
endeavors most'fully. Sihoc the discovery of the minister of publio instruction of this state of things in
Tver, the government hss exeroieed
most stringent surveillance over
every town in the provinoe. Numbers of exiles will be transported to
other places and scattered among
other provinces. They will be careful not to allow again a collection
in one province of so many ef the
fraternity, jftriot search is.being
made for,all kinds of incendiary
documents, and quantities have been
confiscated by the government, The
youth of the provinoe, who are suspected of being converts of Nihilism,
will be kept in strict watch, far the
government is aroused.. '
BY TELEGRAPH.
stolen Ilaanelal Circles rXxeiletl,-lee
B. >. lelllag stMk Sold by AacUea.-
Choasberlalm Speaks ea'tke tlskerles
«r.sMtl>ele..--i-ke i..p.». will lease
tke O. E. A S. ffc-A Kew latfaaa T.1-
eau..>A bokeasaa Drives •» ikne
Train St'ekbers tn Teins.-lastlskra-
pens, tke Taekt Btaee.--rere>l rirei
KearOttawa* '-''.' 't"- ■   ;;'-'.-i*?,'■
' ,ri>j^i^8BnmriNii8.'
''"'':' -'h*rrmr^:sa^..t^—. ','"'•■.
, New'; ironrrs,..8ett. 30. -Michael
D»»itt arrived *■«<, oity this morning
oS| tbe Brittosrie... The ship, was
Iraiadat a quarter pastS o'cloeV, and
Davitt came aehor. dirreotly and entered a carriage and.won driven away
with some friends. ,   .
Russia's ivvaxui in Asia. ,
' LoNDOK, Sept. 30.—Sir- Joseph
West Bidgewsy, chief of the Britnh-
Afihan commission, an* • who 1"
diplomatic point of view
marked success in the boundary die-'
pute, hu written a strong RussopMs*
article which hu just made Ita appearance in the Nineteenth Century, and
created a profound sensation, The
penetration of Ruesisus into Asia, the
writer contends, means nothing more
or less than the advance of civilization,
and it is questionable in his mind
whether to check tha speed of Russia's
(Kfloence in that direction will be.
productive of much good in its
results. Colonel Ridgeway reviews
the impressions of Russia's arms
and their probable eBects if their
object be accomplished, which he obtained from a careful research while nn
the border, and is without doubt a
more fully authorised treatise of the
subject than the productions ef most of
the recent writers on this topic
OPINIONS ON IBB BACB.
Niw Yobs, Sept. 30.—Mr. Bell wu
seen by a United Press reporter after
the race, and sold: "I think the Volunteer can beat us in windward work,
but also think to-day's race is not a fair
criterion, of the respective merits of the
two boats. The'Volunteer out-pointed
us to-day, but woiad no chance tn try
her pace with wind abeam. It. was
simply a pointing match for twenty
miles and a leeward run iu. The Vol-
untoer beat us IS minutta out, and we
'beat the, Volunteer *i minutes iu.
'WS are not aUrmed- over the rsaolt. ol
the race. It indicates simply that tbe
Volunteer can beat us to windward
and we can beat the Volunteer to leeward. In Scotland our yacht race
courses are laid in squares of ten or
more milts a side irrespective of
wind, thus you see, you have a chance
ot reaching, as well as windward and
leeward work." When asked if ho wss
going to try conclusions with the Volunteer again, Mr. Bell replied, "Most
certainly I am, provided they will give
us a square or even a triangular nurse."
" If Mr. Bell, of the New York Yacht
Olub, should subscribe a purse < f ?WO0
to bs raced for by the four big American sloops, your own cutter and the
Galatea, would you participate!"
•' Certainly I will if they give me a
square or triangular course.' As to
hit future intentions regarding the
Thistle, Mr. Bell said she wu for sole
to the first bidder who was willing lo
pay .160,000 for her. Designer Watson wu of the opinion that to-day's
race' was not a true test el the relative
merits uf the two yachts. "We did
not lose much on account of the steamers;" he laid; " but we lost-four or five
minutes on account of getting into the
doldrums. We ran into a calm while
the Volunteer wat sailing rapidly.
When we were becalmed we were two
minutes behind, wheu the wind found
us again we were seven." Captain
Ban was the only glum and unhappy
looking man on the yacht. When
questioned m to the result of the nee,
he said, " I have only this to say-
folks ou th* other side cannot expect a
fair race over here until you keep your
bloody steamboats locked up at home."
TUB lORMIIS'S M8PATCINM.
SOU)  BY AUCTION'.      -
Kinostom, Ont, Oct 1.—The entire motive power of the famous Red
River Valley railway,'consisting of one
looomotire. hot bean told by the Kingston locomotive works to'Mr. J. J.Mc-
Doneld lor the River dill Iioup and Bd-
mundton   railway.     The Manitoba
S;overnraent having been unable to pay
or it, and Mr. Ryan, the contractor,
having declined any reepontibility in
Ihe matter.
OHAUBBHLAUT ON THB flSHBRIBS.
London, Oct. 1.—Chamberlain spoke
at Birmingham lut night of his proposed work ou the fisheries commission. He uid: "When the Conservative government uked me, who differed from them in politics, to undortakc
this duty Meltit'WM not open to me
to refuse this opportunity of render'
ing an important service to three great
English-speaking communities. Although Great Britain's position is
almost that of an impartial observer,
I am bound to add-that our interests
Snd our honor demand that we shall
support our colonial fellow subjects iii
the fair and reasonable presentment of
their claims."
». r. A. x. to lsasb th;. o. b. jt n. co
New Yobk, Oct. 1.—At a meeting
of the N. P. R. Co.'s direotors yesterday it waa decided to join with the
Union Pacific in the lease of the O, R.
A N. Co.'s property. This action is
the direct result of the recent change
of management which gave Henry
Villard controlling influence in the
board.
LOBSTBRS FOB B. C. '
Ottawa, Ont,.Oct. 1.—The fisheries dept hss about completed arrangements for' the. transportation early in
November of a carload of live lobsters
to the Pacific coast    ;       . .; •
.'        A UONNBCTICUT VOICANO.
Nbw Bbitain, Conn., Oot. 1.—Prof.
Davia of Yale College, with a delegation from Harvard, nude an examination of Mount Lamentation yesterday
and have come to the conclusion that
it is a volcano, and has been in opera-
tion within comparatively recent years.
Prof. Davis concludes, from: various
circumstances, that it is extremely
possible an eruption may occur at any
moment without warning, A disturbance like that,at Charleston'would
start it. This region is the centre of
A great manufacturing district and
people are becoming quite excited. '
.'      A heBOkt bbaxbkan.
I El Paso,-Tex., Oct. 1.—News hu'
iust reached hero that the Tens snd
'ocific passenger train wu attacked
by 3 masked men on Wednesday miming thit side of Big Springs. Conductor Moss had been Warned that an
attempt would be made to rob the
train, and precautions had been taken.
As Brokemen Johnson observid the
throe desperate looking fallows up-
oaching the train, he seised his
inohettor u they attempted to ob-
in the same and fired, and the trio
but a huty retreat But ior the
brokeman's courage thousands of dollars would doubtless have been obtained. ''- ■-*"' :'
AN ATTACK ON THK A. & T. K. B.
Boston, Oct 1.—Financial circles
here were excited to-day by a violent
attack made upon the Atchison ft
Topeka Railway by the Daily Jndua-
tor, the authority on railroads, whioh.
caused quite a panic among investors
in Atchison stock here. The Indicator said: "If there is. one dork spot
in the railroad situation the 'Atchison
Topeka A Santa J?e is that One.1 The
policy which hu dictated the management of that company have been for
some time one which invited disaster.
The Atchison railroad facilities, wen
not needed. A spirit of antagonism to
other companies appears to nave dominated the management of the Atchison Co., millions of dollars hu- been
put in the enterprise blindly and without consideration of what would. be
the natural outcome of the Atchison
policy and when a depression again
sweeps oyer the country there will be
mourning in Boston, aver many mil-
Ion dollars So I blindly invested in,, _t
building up a railway system that wu
not needed,, i The officials m«flPl»»A
to arms to the rescue and;, denied that.
road wu building lines where none
was the aggressor, and not them, and
that the late stringency in money that
Gonld was interested in, wu not for
the purpose of orushing the Baltimore
and Ohio or reading out of Atchison.
THIS AFTIUfMN* HBMTCM".
THB TACHT RACE.
London, Oot 1.—The papers this
morning ail hare long editorials en the
race yesterday. The TeterrrapA sSys:
" We sre whipped. Tbe Volunteer
hat for the second time beaten the
Thistle and that cup which It wu
hoped and prayed by every Briton that
the would recover from America mast
now remain in the United States."
The CiWicle regards the debet u
conclusive, and remarks thst ths defeat must be acoepted with good sroee.
The Sjwrtmum looks on the resell u
a defeat of a most decisive character
and adds: "It hu now been pretty
clearly demonstrated that the type of
yachts built on the American Side are
much swifter than those constructed
tn Great Britain."
The Daily JJTeitn oonoludu a generous article with thete sentences: " We
adhere to our opinion that England hu
to learn a lesion from America in this
branch of ship building, and we had
better ut about learning it at once."
SCOTLANtl WILL WIN IT TIT.
Glasgow, Oot. 1.—Mr. Muir, ot
Dumbarton, owner of the yacht Mabel,
has determined to build a 90-ton cutter
to compete for the American oup In
America nest yur, unlets Mr. Bell
again ohallenges for it. The designer
will be Mr. Fife of Fsirlet.
fobest rises.
Ottawa, Oct. 1.—This oity seems to
be encircled by a girdle of forest fiiea.
According to telegraphio advicw the
whole country front Pembroke tn
weitern Ontario, to the Quebec range,
nearly 400 milee in eitent, le enveloped in smoke eo dense that tratic and
navigation are obstructed.
Sir Jsratsiognjee Limbdji Thakot*
of India it uid lo have arrived in thia
country in a good state of preservation.
He wu probably welcomed by Hjalmer
Hjorth Bejoyton. The truth is no
fjoreigner oion gjel ajheed tj ut America jnt.—ifttonf a Coiuttitrfion.
The Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr, Le-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the pniWowp, Snd
from than only which in known to act
upon the Gewroltm Omans ln Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by thlt meant made ton-
tale their roll strength for yun In an)
climate. Ask us for private circular.
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New Wettmintter! T. MoNeeley, Ladner's Landing; It. McDowell A Co., Vancouver; Hmbery * Co., Honataoi T.
Ptokard, Dmstsnliland! A. R. Johnson
*Co„ Chemilnoi; R, B. Rlchsidson
Cowichan! W. K.. McCartney k Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloopti Haitlngt'Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver) The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver! J. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. It. Megaw, Priert Volley) H. dark
A Co., Kamloeetf Lawut * Co.,
wholesale agenta, Victoria.    dwasMrl Hails §ritish (jtolnmbum
Satardor Bventaw, Oct. I, isn.
Various theories are being put
forward in explanation of tho signal
victory won yesterday by tho American yacht. It has been asserted
that the Thistle manifestly carried
too muoh canvas, and her nose was,
therefore, kept plowing into the
water.. But the Thistle did not
carry as much Bail as the Volunteer.
The total sail area of the American
yacht was 9,000, whereas the Scotchman carried 8,880. The difference
in the dimensions of the two yachts
is soaroely equal to the difference in
the area of canvas. The length of
the Volunteer over all is 107, and
that of the Thistle 106.10. The
Volunteer's beam measures 23.2,
and the Thistle's 20.3. At water
line the beam is, respectively, 22.3
and 20, In all these measurements
the Volunteer exoeeds her rival, but
in depth of hold the difference is
very decidedly the other way: Volunteer, 10.6; Thistle, 14.2. The
area of the midship section of the
two yachts is: Volunteer, 96; This
tie, 115; and the displacement is
respectively 116 and 135. It seems
reasonable, therefore, to conclude
that the Scotch yacht ought to carry
as muoh canvas as her opponent,
although as a matter of fact she
carried less.
TEHWE AND BM
This eelnan Is paM for and eemlneteil
by a t'emniltlce or the Temperance Organizations of Sew Wcsluiluiler.
PaUlshed every Saturday In the Bally
ClaasMaa aad la Ihe Weekly.
Comseunlealloas I. be addressed- lo
"Editor Temperance Column."
REGULAR MEKTINCI8.
I. O. G. T.—Every Friday, 8 p.m., Orange
Hall.
R. T. of T.—Second and fourth Wednesday
of ench month, 7:30p.m (Forrester's Hall,
W. C. T.U.—Second Wednesday of each
month, 8 p.m.,  basement of Baptist
Church.
The Colonist professes to derive
great comfort from the circumstance
that the Ohina steamer Fort Victor
actually called at Esquimalt on her
inward trip to Vancouver on Thursday. The steamer remained only
about three hours at Esquimalt, and
did not even come to the wharf, but
anchored out in the harbor, and
those passengers who desired to go
ashore, and the mails, were taken off
in lighters. In consequence of being diverted from her regular course,
however, and detained, the steamer
did not reach Vanoouver until 10
p. m., whereas she might have been
there shortly after noon. It seems
that all the mails were taken to Victoria, snd the Colonist claims that
by this arrangement they would be
enabled to reach their destination
with great despatch, because they
would go forward to Vancouver by
the Yosemite on the following morning. But if they had remained on
board the Port Victor, and the
steamer had gone directly to her
destination, they would have reached
the 0. F. B. at least 20 hours sooner
than they didl The Colonist takes
to itself the credit of having forced
the 0. P. R. Oo. to make this change
in its programme, and intimates
that the time is not far off when
the Ohina steamers will not go to
the mainland at all, but will discharge passengers snd freight at
Esquimalt or Viotoria. It is the
old story of history repeating itself.
Viotoria will never be content while
a pound of freight goes put her to
any mainland port without paying
tribute. We commend the seal and
enterprise manifested by the people
of the capital, but we cannot commend the spirit of selfishness by
which they are prompted.
From ail accounts the condition
of Indisn affairs on the northwest
coast is anything but satisfactory.
The removal of the Metlakahtla
Indians to Alaska is a great misfortune. These peoplo have been under
Mr. Duncan's instruction and administration now for nearly 30 years,
and have reached a very high state of
civilisation, They were peaceful,
progressive, and valuable citizens.
In a communication from Port
Simpson whioh appeared in the last
issue of the Columbian the writer
refers to the large quantities of intoxicating liquors brought up by the
steamers for distribution among the
Indians and whites. To all who are
acquainted with the Indian character it must be evident that if this
traffic is permitted to oontinue the
results will be most disastrous. The
same considerations which led tb
the prohibition of the liquor traffio
in the Canadian northwest ought to
be sufficient ground upon which to
prohibit it on the northwest coast,
and it is to be hoped the provincial
government will give this matter its
early and earnest attention. If the
Indians are to be kept from utter
demoralization, they must be protected from the temptations offered
by whiskey, which many of them
teem powerless to resist. Besidee
this regular traffic it appears from
an item in the i'oknist that a woman named Mrs. Snow, on Naas
River, haa been putting up a peculiar brand of Jamaica ginger which
is disposed of in immense quantities
among the natives, The ohief characteristic of this ginger seems to be
that it contains very little ginger
and a great deal of alcohol—hence
its popularity among the Indians.
This wore on was lately arrested and
taken before a judge, but she produced a license for the sole of Ja-
maioa ginger sad was allowed to go.
If the oirou instances are correctly
reported there can be no doubt the
ginger libel is nothing more than a
lubterfuge under cover of which an
illegitimate traffio is carried on, and
the Majorities should certainly find
i for, stopping it
TlwlrristlWW^Pesrsnow ready
andior«de^A\leo,4tege variety of
ilmt-olaas apples. Cheap for oath.
Apply to Wm. CJajuuwh,, st the or-
chord- d"*"1
What a "little Bit or Wine" Did.
" Please, sir, I am sick.   Do not arrest mc for God's sake!"
Theie wordi were uttered in the
mott supplicating tones by a fashionably-dressed lady who stood in front
of the lieutenant's desk at Central
ttation one night She wat evidently
respectable, and was attired in a neat-
fitting, tailor-made costume of the
latest pattern, and her every action bespoke the lady. A beautiful diamond-
set ring sparkled on the linger of her
left hand and solitaires most brilliant
shone resplendent from her ear-drops.
She moved baok and forth and grasped
the desk to prevent falling. Her
fingers appeared powerless, however,
and had not officer John Kratz grasped
her the would have toppled to the floor.
The sight was touching. One of
those sad affairs—a peep behind the
scenes. The poor woman wat htatily
taken from in front of those who stood
gaping at her and removed to the cell-
room. There she gave her name to
Lieut. Rakel is Mrs. Maggie Moyen,
and her residence at No. 114 Barr it.
She begged that the matter be kept
quiet, eren in her condition realizing
the disgrace which might be brought
upon herself and family. She had
been found in the yard of a residence
near the corner of John ond George
streets. She was wandering about
when discovered, A patrol wagon waa
called before any inquiries were made,
and she was taken to the ttation house.
As nosr as can be learned the young
woman had but recently arrived in this
city. Ber husband is connected with
the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
railway in a lucrative position, and
they were married a few yean ago in
Dayton, Ohio, She hod been shopping
during the afternoon, and had called
upon several lady friends. At each
place a little bit of wine was indulged
in, and the result was that, being unaccustomed to stimulants, she became
intoxicated. In the cell-room the got
deathly tick, and tbe heat of the place
inflamed her brain. She in turot
raved and prayed that her husband
might be sent for, and again that nothing be ssid and she be permitted to go
free. Her condition was certainly
pitiable. She was kept locked up until she became sober, when a policeman escorted her to her residence.—
Exchange.
. . .
Whit Killed Artemus Word.
James Parton, in writing of "Artemus Ward," gives the cause of his
early death in these words: "Wherever
he lectured, whether in New England,
California, or London, there was sure
to be a knot of young fellows to gather
around him, and go home with him to
his hotel, order supper, and spend
half the night in telling stories and
singing songs.
"To any man thit will be fatal in
time; but when the nightly carouse
follows an evening's performance before an audience, and is succeeded by
a journey the next day, the waste of
vitality it fearfully rapid. Five years
of such a life finished poor Charles
Browne.
"He was not a deep drinker. He
was «-iot a man of strong appetites.
It was the nights wasted in conviviality which his system needed for sleep
that sent him to his grave forty years
before hit time.
"For men of his profession, for all
editors, literary men and artists, thero
is only one safety—Teetotalitm. He
should have taken the advice of a
stage-driver on the plains, to whom ho
once offered some whisky, and 1 commend it strongly to every young man:
'I don't drink, I won't drink! and I
don't like to see anybody else drink.
I'm of the opinion of those mountains
- keep your top cool. They've got
snow and I've got brains; that's all the
difference.'"    .	
IMtjIng Fool.
An industrious young shoemaker
fell into the habit of spending muoh
time in a saloon near by. One by ono
his customers began to desert him.
When hit wife remonstrated with him
tor to neglecting his work for the
saloon he would carelessly reply: "Oh!
I've just been down a little while playing pool." Hit little two-year-old
caught the refrain and would often
ask: "Is you goin down town to play
fool, papa?"    This made n deep im-
{rretiion on the shoemaker, as he real-
zed that the l;ue«tion was heing answered in the falling off of his customers and the growing wants of the
household. He resolved again and
again to quit the pool table, but weakly allowed the passion of play to hold
him a long time. Finallyhe found
himself out of work, out of money,
and out of flour. Sitting on his bench
one afternoon, idle and despondent,
he was heard to exclaim: "No work
again to-day; what I'm to do I don't
know." "Why. papa," prattled the
baby, "can't you run down and play
fool some morel" "Oh! hush, you
poor boy," groaned Jus father, shame-
stricken. "That's just the trouble.
Papa has played fool too: much already." But he never played it again,
and to-day his home is comfortable
and happy once more.— Ex.
 » j__
Prohibition has largely decreased
crime ih the state of Iowa, and a jail.
in a certain county is advertised tor
rent, there being no further uie for it.
Notwithstanding these forcible truths,
there are thousands ready to aver that
prohibition does not prohibit, "What
fools such mortals be."—Ex.
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2-ycnr-old Heifers A Steers, 1 Bull,
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and Contractors.
THE HONORABLE THE OHIEF COM-
mf Bsloner of Lands and Works hereby
invites Bridge Contractors to submit,
plans, details, specifications, straining
sheets, and tender for the construction or
a Truffle Bridge, to cross ttie Fraser River
at LUlooet, up to noon of Saturday, 20th of
October next.
Required-One clear span of 300 feet In
length; approach (ou the west side) three
spans of M feet each; width of roadway,
lftfeet; live load, 1,U00 lbs. per foot; factor
of safety, 5.
Falsework ean only be erected ln winter when the river Is frozen over, .
The bridge site Is About W miles from
Ashrroft Station, on thf<. , ...mn Pacific
Railway, with which It is connected by
wagon road.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque for $500, payable
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, which will be returned
to unsuccessful competitors, but will be
forfeited by any bidder who may decline
to execute a contract If called upon to do
so.
The contractor will be required (ogive
satisfactory, security, amounting to half
tho eonlraet prioe, for tbe due fulfilment
of tbe contract, and for the maintenance
of the bridge for a period of sit months
from the date of the completion of the
work.'
A plan nnd profile uf tbe site can be
seen at tho offlee of the undersigned.
W. 6. UORE.
•    i"L4it   t. -     flu'veyor-aeneral.
Lands A Works Department,
Viotoria, R C, ssth August, 1887.
dwsefrtd
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
.iwminie  Ts R. PEARSON-
TIME^ARD
STB1.A.MS1ES
lilomiailys'
VICTORIA, WESTMINSTER
And Up-Rlvor Ports,
"BAIVBOW"
LEAVES TURNER BEETON A CO.'B
Wharf every Tuesday aad Friday, at
7a.ro., connecting with Str. "GLADYS"
at Westminster.
Returning Wednesdays and Saturdays,
and connecting with 0. It. A N. Co. Steamer Ior all points on the Sound.
"tm- X.J— x>—rm"
Leaves wise's Wharf overy Wednesday
aad Saturday at 7 a. m. for up-river porta.
. Returning Thursdays aud Kendal».
leaves every Tuesday aud Friday for
North Arm, returning sumo day.
For nil particulars, apply to
TURNER, BEETON 4C0.,
Victoria,
or to      W.J.MATHERS,
dvmu2lc Agent nt Westminster.
WHITE
IS RING!
500,000 NOW IN U8E
RTerj aaehlDC Guaranteed by the
Company for Kite Yean.
Parties intending to purchase should
eall and examine these celebrated Machines before buying any other. All we
ask is for you to give them a trial.
CHAS. J. ROBSON,
Agent fou Mainland.
Abo Agent for tbe St. ThOIDSl White
Bronse Monument Co., the cheapest
and mott 'durable Monuments tbat can
be had. dse22to
Canadiau Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
 OF	
GITY RESERVES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
place at the Colonial Hotel, la
tlie City of New Westminster, on
Saturday,October f 5th, 1887,
At 8 o'clock in tho evening, when tbe
following Loti will be lubmltted to pub*
Ho. competition, in accordance with
"Land Sale By-taw, 1884," and amendments thereto, viz.:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE OAHDENS.
Block A.
i Lots 14,15, b 20.
VICTORIA (SARDENS-Block B.
Lots 4, A, 0, 8,9,10,11, 12,13,18,
19,20, 30, 38 b 30.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook O.
Lots   10,   11,   12,   13, 14,   IS,   21,
22, 23, 24, 26, 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, 81,
32, 33, 34 k 35.
ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots 8, 9 b 10.
CLINTON PLACE RESERVE-Blook F
Lots 1, 2, 8, 14, IS, 1G, 17,18,19,
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 20, 20, 27, 28, 29,
30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 b 30.
ST. GEORGE'S BQCARE-Blook H.
Lots 14, 15,10, 17, 18, 19, 25, 28,
29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41 b 42.
BT. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lots 34, 35 & 38.
«-TThe Lots are mostly 06 by 132 feet.
TERHB-SBU per cent, on the fall of the
hammer; 83^; per cent tn three months;
and tbe balnnee of the purchase money In
six months from date of sale.
By Order,
JAMES A. ROBINSON,
O. M. O.
Oity Clerk's Office,
New West., Mh Sept., 1887.      dseMd
The British CoLumbiai
(X.XXtXX—'—lXk
Galnmbia St, New Westmii^er, B. C.
mm
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EAOH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-Class Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
soiilxott ,
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BY MAIL, PEA ANNUMi
Daily BritM Columbian,  -  -  $10 00
Weekly British Columbian,    -   2 00
Leaif Sawpper on tklainlaud
HWit«ri|HHE LAMEST CIRCULATION.
B09KMID 6MMERGML PRINTING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ■*
At Moderate Rates.
SPECIAL BLANKS RULED & PRINTED TO ORDER
Persons who have not proved by actual
experience the ability of the establishment
to turn out first-class work are invited to
send a trial order.
O. ROBSON, 'MS....
HOME EMERGENCIES.
Bow to Meat Them.
The fallowing is reported as a "sure
cure" for hydrophobia: "The bits must
bo bathed as soon as possible with warm
vinemir and water, and when this has
drk'd, a few drops of muriatic acid
poured upon the wound will destroy the
poison of the saliva, and relieve the patient from all present and future danger."
Antidote for Snuhe Bites.—Prof. Halforil,
ofthe University of Melbourne, Australia, hns found an antidote for snake poison
whir h has proved succseful in the moat
critical cases. It is simply liquid nmiiio-
ni» injel-t •<! in, tbo veins. A smnll
syringe, with,, sharp point for tho purpose, of mnkinrr the injection, Is iiianii-
faotured and sold in Melbourne, and now
few travel in that country without one.
When Poison Hat Been Swallowed.—
Electricity will cure where everything
else fails.. Whatever is done must be
dune quickly. The instsat a person Is
known to have swallowed poison, by design or accident, givo water to drink, cold
or warm, as fast as possible, a gallon or
more at a time, anil us fast as vomited
drink more ; tepid water is best, on it
opens the piros of the skin and promotes
voiiiit'ii-'.iiniHhiiH gives the speetiiestcure
to tlie poisonous article. If pains begin
to bu lull in the bowels, It shows twit
Iiart, at limit, has passed downward ; then
rirgj und repeated injections shoul.l bo
given, the ouject in both cases hiring to
iluie the iioisoaoaquickly and as largely
as posdible,
Spraint, and Him) to Cure Them.—A*
sprain is often more painful and dangerous than a dislocation. It requires immediate attention. The injured parts
should be wrapped in flannels wrung out
of hot water, and. covered with.* dry
bulldog*, or, what is better, oiled silk.
Thu li.iib should not be allowed to hang
down, hut kept in a quiet, easy position,
until aftor all pain has ceased.
Chilling on Pin—What to Do.—The
flrst tiling to do is to snatch up a hearthrug or uiDte-cloth, or any woolen thiug.
that may bo nearest, and roll it tightly
around thu p.iwn. This will exclude
Ih.' air, anil extinguish tho flame. ]['
water' is w thin reach, it should be
sluiced over tliu burping parts. 1*0 not
20 in sourca oi it—a moment's delay is
Intnl. Ir n _rtt>n is alonir in a room,
an J tlirr.v is lutliing bettor to be hod,
ilu lies! plan is 11 i-olJ ovor and over on
Uw carjM .ill the tire is extinguished.
Care for' Lock-jau).—Take & small quantity oi t uruentini-, warm it, and pour it on
tuu wound, no tuattur where it is. or of
wli.u imr nre it is, anil relief will follow In
lis- than one minute. Lobelia lias been
iucccsslolly used in several cases of lockjaw.
Belief from 0»<i»in«.^--»o relievo chok-
ing, break an agg Into a cap tad give it
to the patient to swallow. The whne of
thu t_' seems to catch around tho obsta-
cln and remove it If we aw does not
answer, try another. The white Is all
thai is iieccsmry. Often a smart blpw
between the slioulden^ causing a compress nil of th,i cheat owl aiudden npul-
hion of air noui the lungs will throw out
Iho bu RUnee.
%
"■•4prul.ln4tor.fcwu.' VT
Itmayssrveto give some ids* of the
courage, bolduaas and subtlety sf these
r-r'dars to state Out in their dash through
criti/'t, Arizona, New Mexico and 08-
lina.iui, a rlistruiee of not leas than Sight
lu i '.rod miles, they pass at one* through
irr ,.,ti >s ,'iiirljr well settled and dose to
"> ''i:r> gito of at least five thousand
tK»l»—loriy-flve himdred Mexican and
me hundred American. They killed
in'i.uty-flve peraons, Mexican and Amuti-
can, n»l lost but two—one killed near
tin, Total Wreck mine, Afisuaa, snd one
wh ■ lei: into tht hands uf the American
troupe of wiiich last much has to be narrated.
'the attempt to catch stub s omA'ot
Apaches by direct pursuit wonSTbs
alro.it et hupulos a piece of batisaa at
that of catching so many flies. All thst
could bu dans ww done; Use country
wki tlrirmed by telegraph; people at expos -,l points put njou their guard, while
,lr t cli,u«tB of ttospft.stpured in otery
uiructioa, h»l*T^maiisCk(;»o'iit«r-
cept, rr.tard, mayhap diilroy, the daring
mnrnuders. The trail they had made
coming'np from-Meitco could, however,
be followed back to the stronghold; Mid
thisr in a military sense, would be the
most tlireot, as it would be the most pract-
intl pursuit Ths, Apache stunt MiiaVis
'^'ff^ammm i» UJejt.raKn
the ool) rain er snow of winter chilled
his white comrade to. the mMmw. He
finds fowl, and pfstty ftodfocid, too,
whero the Caucasian would starve.
Knowing the habta ol wild animals from
his earlirrtt youth, he eon catch turkeys,
quail, raliuta, doves or field'*'
pcilinps, a prairie:dtn stKHb*
supiityhimirf^lpa. -ferii	
he cannot be Induced to touch tab, snd
Uncon or any product ol the ho. Is eaten
only imdft dutma; but the. Ash at.a
lions loukier latls* •hlah hssdroppad
exliuosted on tht march sad been Wkto,
die on tho trail, n a delicious n
whirli':tht Apache aoloure ealtse
wherem ifc«Sl»h. Tke stunted
gMWilig on the mountain flanks "
acwas; ■the Sean"' "
if Inrii jjaatelju I
fural£i
acorns; the Wyoijftt Wtthat,
looks und tasta inroelolig like the ban-
aim. The jWholp region of Southern Ari-
rurwahrt WthirtSaxloo Is matted with
viiriet! i ortho'cactus, nearly every one.
■61 which ieoilltdrupon for its tribute of
ittribui
sad
fruit or seed.   The bl
5fc retfdd'lS&n very hot stones,
an I the prorju.t is rich in saccharine
matter snd extremely pleasant to the
tuitu. 'flu wild potato and the bulb Of
the "I'.ile" anrfound in the domp mountain meadows: and tho nest of the ground
bee it raided remoweleesly for lis store of
^tSSHSDE
nes In favorable localities; in their season
th"*e, witii the sonde of wljd grasses And
will iiuiiiukins, tho gum .of the "am-
quite,',«!% sweet, scN^ner bark of the
pine, phy their part ht'etavliiB oh* the
pungs of hunger.     _   ,..
S   «   l, JlSj.'»
•TTrvMrMIIan.
Congress, at its last session, provided
that any pernon holding trade dollars
might pinMit them to ihe Treasury or:
I any siih-'l trasury, or Mlnt.ol the L'wled
Mates for redumption in standard siji'ar
do|l|ini. Tliu purled for.t'iih.iedi-iiiiUen
expire* ou tlie 1st of uesl iiepion.ber.
The amount thus far ndcetued Is less
i tlimi seven'million dollars. The matt of
those who heel IIumo do.lars in any con-
si.lerablf ainO'inlshave lliuloilrUl y al-
reitilymiwiiiicrr them for r-deuipiioil,
There, it, iirniiiiiily a considerable amount
of thuso-dolliirs rtitnalnilig yet uiircUioin-
ed, .saUiibkl through the., cotuilr.v in
coiiiparalivclv small stuns, and, held
by owneiK wild originally recel veil tliuiu
at their (sen value, 'W*#ill Uie. «B»m-
tinn of ihr'so owners to the hot Unit the
_ time lor Ihoir redemptiou by the Ooveru-
m> ment will soou expire.
Pimples, Boils,
AndOarbnnclesresultfromadebilitated,
impoverished, or impure condition of the
blood. Ayer's SarsapariUa prevents and
cures these eruptions and painful tnmors,
by removing their cause; the orrlycffect-
ual way of treating them.
Ayer's SarsapariUa has prevented tho
usual course of Boils, which have pained
and distressed me every season for several years.— (J. Scales, l'lainville, Mich.
1 waa badly troubled with Pimples on
the face: also with a discoloration of the
skin, whioh showed itself Jn ugly dark
patents. No external treatment did
more than temporary good. Ayer's Sar-
laparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
and I have not been troubled since—
T. Vt. Boddy, Blver St., Lowell, Mass.
I was troubled with Boils, and my
health was much impaired. 1 began
rising Ayer's SarsapariUa, and, in due
time, theeruptlonsall disappeared,and
my health was completely restored.—
John It. Blklns, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. 0.
I was troubled, for a long time, with a
humor which appeared on my face In
rigly Pimples anil Blotches. Ayer's Sar-
laparilla cured me. I consider it the best
blood purifier in the world—Charles Jl.
Smith, North Graf tsbury, Vt.
Ayer's SarsapariUa
ts sold by all druggists. Ask for Ayer's
SarsapariUa, and do not be persuaded to
rake any other. ft
Prepared by Dr. J.O. Ayer «rCo.,Lowell,Uses.
Price .11 six bottles, *S.
The following Holiness Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear ln the British Colombia]?. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal ln their
dealings, and many persons mako lt a.
rate to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments whleh ndvertttre
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson... ColumbiaSt
W. Norman Bole Columbia Ht
Branch Olllce at Vanoouver.
Corbould A MoColl MoKensle st
Branch Office at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr,H. M. Cooper. Church St
Dr. J. CVHenderson Chllllwlinck, B. C.
Dr. I. M. McLean MoKensleBt
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson St
DKXTAL.
C. Bi C. Brown • ColumUln st
INSURANCE.
W. J, Armstrong [Sre] Court House
H. V, Edmonds..... MeKenile Ht
T. a Pearson [Uroorr life] ColuinblaSt
Band Bros, [lire, life A uo'd'lJ.McKemie St
Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vic.
Turner, Beeloq ACo. hire] ...."Victoria
TToodl, Tumor A aambie
[Ore, life A accident] Columblast
HEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W. N, Bole Columbia St
Oorbould 4 McColl MoKensle St
H, V. Kilmonds McKenzie 8t
Band Bros... McKenzie Ht
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia Ht
ARCHITECT, Ac.
Clow A Mnclure Columbia st
Q. W. Grant McKensle St
CONTRACTORS A BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros New Westminster
Beckett A Co. McKenzie st
FURNITURE. .
W. Prothero .....Columbia st
BRICK-MAKEHS.
Beckelt A Co. McKonzlo st
Manahan Bros New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. Trapp. Columbia St
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, *e.
Fraser A Leonard Vancouver
BOOKS* STATIONERY.
D, Lyal A Co. -.. Columbia st
""'-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. K. Peanon — Colnmbla st
PRINTING * RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment -."" Columbln St
STOVES * TINWARE.
H. M, Cunningham A Co Columblast
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham k Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
0. J. Robson ColumblaBt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin i Front St
CO.Major Columbia St
Wm. MCColl Columbia St
a McDpnough Front St
DRY GOODS, ke.
Bon Marche ColumbiaSt
1. X. L. , Vancouver
Jas. Bl lard A Co Columbia St
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columblast
J. B. Phillips.. Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marche. Columbia st
Jaa. Ellard A Co Columbia st
Misses MoDouiall............ Columblast
TAILORING.
JVM. Leahy Columbia st
WOOD * COAL.
W. B, Austin Front It
Henry Elliott [Orders left al W. McColl's]
DRUGS, Ae.
D. 8, Curtis A Co... ............Columbia Bt
BUTCHERS.
Robt. Dickinson Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
_K Cjrake Columbln Ht
ThomasGIITonl •• Front st
BLACKSMITHING A  CARRIAGE
WORKS. ■
Thot. Ovens '.1, -,.* .'Columbia St
Reid A Currie ....Columbia St
HOTELS.
Fanners Home [Holden]...........Ohuroh Bt
LIVERY, *C.
Mainland Transfer Co ColumbiaSt
BOOTS * SHOES.
Grant A Oo Columbia Bt
jllsr ColImblaSt
Ross..... ColumblaBt
BAKERY.
A. Ditto1 ..........Frf.nt St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry...... ........Port Hammond
E. Hutoherson .,..« Ladners
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton Churoh st
Budge A Monck ..New Westminster
Teacher Wanted.
Hion THS MOUNT LtSHMAN PUBLIC
T School. ApplicallonH muatliB nitttlo
fethe»..tofSep,vmbertp        QN|
flee. Board of Trustees, ML Lehman.
dwseSml
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
oar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplSle
NEW WESTMINSTER
III
All
OIIIOOU
EF.TINO  FOR THK   DRAWING
irThe BECOND APPROPRIATION
J       r will .be held on Halnnlity, Orloher
st, it » p. m., In tho COURT 1I0IIRK.
fambsra six weeks In arrears cannot imr-
tlolpate.        WALTER J. WALKErt!
dsetlld Seoretary.
Public Notice!
mHB EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT COM-
X pauy hereby notify the public that
the undersigned Is the Sole Agent for the
sale of the Electric Light for the Dominion of Canada, and that no other person Is
authorized to aot as their Agent in this
Province.
(Signed), A. J. LAWSON.
General Canadian Agent
Edison Eleetrle Light Company,Montreal.
Witness—W. NoiiMAN Bolb,  _. 0.,
Counsel for the Company for B. C.
dse!7ml
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. 0.
n SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
•rin the people of BrltiKh Columbia
e has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers, The
subscriber bos had a thorough practical
training Id the buiinesi, and having a
permanent stake tn the country lt ll nil
Interest to deal fairly with the publlo. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
hit personal attention,
auiate fi. HUTCHERSON.
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
large quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LU1IP GOAL
And aa assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates.  He
will also promptly attend to all binds of
Orders left at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
itreet, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster a C. JlylOtt
MACHINERY
OF ALL HAKES AMD DESCRIPTIONS
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTIOE, INCLUDING FULL OUTFITS FOR
Mining, Sawmills, Steamboats
SHINGLE MILLS, PIANINO HILLS,
Sssh and Door Factories, Machine
Shops, Foundries, Ac-
new A SECOND-HAND STATIONARY
AND  PORTABLE
ENGINES t% BOILERS
OK THK FOLLOWING IIAKES:
Armlnct'in A Mm*. Doty, Gnldle*
McCulloch) Stevens A Burns,
aud others.
. o< ttiiifttiiW
including:
Brick Mnehlnes,
Hoisting Block,
Ships Blocks,
Hardware,
Harness,
Hliow CfiseSi
Hns Machines,
BulldenV Supplies,
Brass Goods,
Fairbanks Scales,
Iron Tools,
Iron Piping,
Lubricating Cups,
Plumbers'GoodK.
of M(?AvUy's Patent.
Feeder."
We make a bl...
and Steam Supplies,
Steam Pumps,
Lubricating Oils,
Rubber Belting,
Leather Belting,
Emery Wheels,
Jacket Fire & Milt
Hose,
BurhWlic,  .
Wire Rone,    ■
Rock Drills,
Axes £ Edge Tools,
Paints and Otis,
Sheathing Paper,
Ready Roofing,
Send for circular
One Handle "Boiler
FRASER & LEONARD,
CaaMe St., Opp. Dews 0M«,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
dwJySIto
PACII'IC
NOTICE.
New Westminster. B, G,
&
MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN   THE
VEHICLE LINE.
Second-hand 8I»«C8 A Kipn'SH Wag-
Oils for.uleohup.
BepalrlDf, Pslntlng A Trlinmliis
done at reasonable pi-lees.
BLACKSMITHING
In all its Branches,   Estimates given ou
Ironwork and Contracts taken.
Hone-Shoeing and General
Jobbing.
Wo also keep In stock to supply tlie
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Hone and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Tenth, Carriage
Springs nml Axles, and a complete stouV
of Carriai'e Hardware,
A lot of flrst-olass Ploughs k Harrow* on hand.
WTWe have got the hunt workmen to he
had In the i-ountry, nud we import nenrly
all tho stoek we lira from the east—consequently we can oftlir Inihi-wmmitM tu pur>
ehnsut-H Mint we cmiM mil have<1nno some
tlmeagOs All mulerlul ami work l-'ivln-j
the simp will he t'liareiitei'il in he .iuxt ii*
reproHonted, Orders from th* oountry
promptly attended to.
dwapllie REID & CURRIE
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-THAT
XX DO days after date Ilutendtoapply
o t;he Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worku to purchase 480 acres of land situate
on Texada Island, New Westminster Dis*
trict, and described as follows:
Commencing at the N. E. corner of the
B. E. ti ot Sec. 6; thenoe North 40 ehains:
thence West 80 ohalns; thence South m
chains; thenoe East 40 chains: thenoe
North 40 chains; thenee East 40 chains, tp
point of commencement. ' '■     •_
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, B. C, Juno 18,1887.      dJeSSmt
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
60 days after date I intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands aad
Works to purchase 480 aores of land [more
or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described aa
follows]
Commencing Ht the N.W. comer of N.E,
ti ot Ben, ti: thenoe South 80 chains; thence
East 5 chains to shore line; thenee follow*
Ing meanderings of shore line ln a northwesterly direction, 190 ohalns [more or
I ess]; thenee East 85chains {more or less]
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYBWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. C, June 18, U87.      dJeBuf
B
NOTICE.
OTICK IS HEREBY GIVRN THAT*
, days after date I Intend to apply to
...e Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land on
Texada Island. New Westminster District,
desorlbed as follows:
Commencing at the S, E. corner of S.W.
ti ot Sec. 8; thence East 40 chains; thehoa
Bouth 60 ohalns: thence West to show
line; thenee following meanderings of
shore line In anorth-wetjterly direction to
B. E. corner of Seo. 4; thenoe North 10
chains [more or lessl; thence East 40
chnins; llience North. 40 ohalns to point
of coinincncement.
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B. C, June 20,1887.      dje25mj
D.S.CI1
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, I, C.
rlwmbiote
Showing tbe Dstei snd Plseet si
Conrts of Assise, Nisi Frill, ssd
Oyer snd Terminer, fur tke
lenr 1881.
8PRINQ ASSIZEa
[ On Vatauonvcr lstRBd ]
Victoria  Monday 16lb Mny.
Nanalmo Tuesday. .Tin Jan..;
[Otlslrdud]
NewWcstininst«r..WedlieBdty...lUl Mty.
Kamloops..............Monday...... 6th Juno.
Oliuton Monday, 18th June.
FALL ASSIZES.
[On M.lBland)
Rlohneld Monday........Hllr Sept.
Clinton Wednesday.. 18th Sent,
Kamloops „ Monday 3rd Oeu
Lytton ."Moridsy........loth (Jet.
NirrvWestml nater..Weduesday...Mh Nov.
f On Vaneo«T.r IslusAJ
Victoria Monday .38th November.
Naniiliiio.....,Tuesday.........6th December.
To San Francisco, Cal.,
BV WAY OP THE
Oregon and California a. R,
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE HT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time thu any other
Route between
IbilMntf id lu bm,
Brand scenic Ronte of the Fsellc
Const.
ONLY TWENTY MILES STMNI6
Belween Ashtaaf net trelc't,
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEMM
Between Portland and Ashland, Cole't
and San Franolseo.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Sar, Fniii.'Hrrir-I.lnilK'.l Flrnl Class, Ml
unlimited, »M| limited emigrant, MS.
K. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROOERB,
Oen. Freight dr Pass. Agent.
What Phviisiaw Iat Assn rsi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption hu tori	
time been recognized by Medical Men to
be the most simple and e**""*"-" ——
of conveying lo Diieased _.,
tlvei,'- but ln caceii of Kidney _
. "'iu attendant thereon,
llMMed and eff
by Medical Men to
id etfeelual mini
MedOinni.,*cnn-
Cldneyl)lie*«wd
Oomplalnti niienduiti Hereon, saooMttfol
treatinenlwnpi prflfiieaMy ImponlMonM-
(II the Introduction of the Starr KWney
Pad. It cost* leu* than astasiapreMrip*
tion and la immeasurably «nr- -*——--
and effective than anyqwntlfc
Medicinal dosing. Worn iuinir*"
the seat of DiHouse.it* cumllt
betfime absorbed by the dl»._,_ _„	
feebledOntans.contluuoiiiibnnildlraotlf,
us required to Innnre in retirru their heal*
thy aetlnn and original vlimvr. It li com-
forlable to the patient and pleasant in IU
effect**, and otn-ex when nothing; else oan.
The Starr Kidney Pad ficcompliiliea positive, decisive re»ultfl. A mure valuuble
discovery n» a true remedy tor Ktoney
Diseases watt never mnde.—Metlioal Gaiette
The Htarr Kidney md, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a iim-mmient sure cure for
dlscasi'R, dlmmk-is aud ullmenU of the
Kidneys, Rhtddcr antl urlnnry teeretlve
Hystem, or attendant cnmplnlnta. canting
pain lu thesiiuill or the backslides,etc.,
tirodu--lnK urinary disorders, sneh aitoo
frequent, scanty, alffleult, painful or copl*
ousnilftiurllbm, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropitlcal symptoms
t-i(\,il.'nntinit tliupresi-ncein the system
of d i«etuten com ni«n to the urinary Mere*
live organs-knoffn as gravel, catarrh nf
the bladder and pMsnKci,Bi-lght_tdisease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nortous debility,
etc. Rend for pnmpblel to l.ANOLEY A
VO., Wholesale Aaents, Victoria. Hetall-
ed by A. M. HEUHINO nnd a R.CURTIS
.* CO.. New Weslmlnster; T. McNEE*
LKY, r.ndner's rjindhw If. MuDOWRLL
*CO., HAHTIN(fSNAWMn,LCO.,THK
VANWUVKlt UHUG (X)., Vanoouver;
W. K. MiKMRTNBY A BRO., Vancouver
aud Kfimioop-i; J. It. I.OVELW Yale: W.
a MKOAW.WltKt v«||oy; H. CLARir*
(.*<>., Kflinlao|M. 4V»»%1
asTOTIOEI.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
LED TENDERS will be received
■ the undersigned up to soon or Hu.
,. te tttk tttutber, Itm. tor the oon-
stractlon of a Bridge across Vedder Greek,
on we line o( Trunk Rood, sumas.
Hpeelncatlens can be seen and forms for
lender obtained at the Government Offlee,
Sew Weitmlnstor, and at Henderson
Bin.' Store, Chllliwhack.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
O. WARWICK,
„    „ Gov't Agent.
New WseUrWh Sept., ISP.      dwseWtd
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I 0u> Diioaii St. snd 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
EOBIN8URINO HOU8B8 A OTHER
BulUlngt, Goods, Wares, Merahan-
r, Manufacturing and Fanning Stoek,
Shipt la Fort, Harbor or Dock, and th.
Cargoes of such Veiseli; alto, Shin building and repairing, Barges and other Vel-
■eb on uavigable riven and canals, and
Ooodi on baud suoh Vessels, throughout
Gnat Britain tad Ireland aid iu Foreign
Countiiei,
no* L0SI«R UMl.lJI FIRR,
Sulmrlbrsd aod Infested Capital,
31.800,000 B-JFO,
Rami of Prwnlum and every informa
&atMk.ba obtained on tppUartion to
Agfst for Now Westminster
TalaaMe Praperty at r>_*»_ces'»
TJELONaiNO TO TRE UHDEIWIGN-
J3 (d.eanilstlngoftwoLots.
^lOT 1
fJ^lnsSliily^o'iiraereeof land, forty of
which la under enltlvatlon..,.
lane Store, SSiW; a twen lory Hot,
,Wi«);
tat, ow, at Mtlm about out; oon and a
half, anil one oiltie best in Brl	
Apple., PMrs, Cn5ri"s,1luin«, Grapes.
—i.—...    m^A.^.g^   Gniranls,
-.--, . --r—idM colleejlon oi
chole. Paota. There 1. alio a Water
Ditch with thll lot that carries over ICO
Inches of water.
For any one wishing to go Into the Seed
and Fruit business/This  Is a spleudld
aaa   ..u.u.nwa.   ,.,,    H,    A       .
chance. The climate is nnsurpasied and
the sltnaUon Is the best In BrltfibColum-
bla for a market along the line of the C.P.
. ,. There Isalreaily an establlsbwl
business for seeds, plants, trails, Ae:, em-
ounung to over lino a year, aod to one
who could manege and look after It him
self a fortune.
For particulate as to price and terms of
sale, apply to the one. of 11'	
Ihe projjrfelOT,
dwseuml
 jhltpaperorto
JOHNMORHAY,
Spencers Bridge.
tinHeViafORHRlN
)ry Goods
 A»p—
CROCEHtlS
TUST HKCEIVsTD IN DRY GOODS,
A NSW STOCK
Inall ehadea and material ol DRK88
QO0D8, Including Cuhmerei, Merinos,
Sillu, Satiu, Blaok and Colored Velve-
teens and PlusbM. COTTONS (bleuhed
tod unaUsobed). UNINGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, tc. Grey, White,
8«rUt and Cheeked FLANNELS. LA-
PfRSdrLOVRS, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladln Hiriao and Lamb
Wool Vi*. JBBSKY8, aU priim
HMtery, Miuliit, Dlip.r Irith Linn,
1WIII»iiIi,*o.,*c.
HUM'S Clothing!
For Quality, Stylo, Fit and Price,
on'tbetoulnd.
MEN'S FURNISWHOS
la «v«y Line Ciitoa, Itariao tad
Wool Uadenrasr, WHte Shirts, Cads,
Collar,, Glove., Buces, Cardigta Jacket*, Ao. Alto, Cottoa, Merioo, Cash-
men, Lamb. Wool tad Rait SOCKS, ia
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAJ8, Udlit-and
Geati<' RUBBRR GOODS aad U1I-
BBKLLAS.
Ir Housj Fttfwsfling Goods
Carpet.,. Rujs, Window Fob. wllh
Ring! aad atountlngl, Window Holland
(Buff, Green snd SWH). Damask aad
Cretonnes, Sheetjaae, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and, Unbleached
Tab|. Uncut, Napkint, Tiokingt, Blank-
eU aajl Arctic-doaii Quits, Table Clotht
aadCoTws.
1>\ GK<K ERIES
Rverythlag foaad. la a tlnt-eUss Kitab-
llthmant, tnd none but the beat. Canned
Goorli, Vraits, licet, and VatetaWet
ia.e'lo*erlb«a»«;oW,.  Idea-lbuy
ihnp.er keep Ihria. bnl I edrr yea Ik.
best aad at ike lewesi prlre ifcer eaa be
satdal.aad.ywaM what .wc represent
lam.
OKNTS'
TRUNKS,
VALISES
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
OF ALL KINDS.
KIRSHBERG & LANDSBERQ,
K«bA Door to Martcu'H Grocery,
Call and examine our slock and be oon- J »f»-.-j»..« a*,     u
vlncod tbat we defy competition.     / COrdOVa St., VariOOUVer.
auMtlwUi
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LANM MESTINT AGENCY, M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St., - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON hat been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Inanrance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN oa Mortgage at Low Rata. Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on etay-termt.
Victoria, RC, May 16th, 1887, dwj«6
CORfifG SCHOOL
Ross Bay, Victoria, B. C.
■^^i^™^p»*"i»»^-»«wiiji™
ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE LARGEST AND MOST
SUCCESSFUL
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS
X—  IBI  PBOVHTOX.
PRINCIPAL OP THI SCHOOL
AHD iNSniVOTOK III thb Mou AuviscEB Ountiot, Mathuutiob A Bdok-k
——T~.  C.  T.   SREIITTOIT,  1—1.  —-
University ol Kings College, Windsor, N. R, nnd Grail'.rale of the Provincial
College, Ptun, N. B.
ASSISTANT IN ENGLISH, DRAWING, 4c:
IBM. F. WATSSJV, rjeeu, Certificated try the Science anil Art Department of R.
Kensington,London, G.B.
INSTRUCTOR IN FRENCH A GERMAN r-NONS. HUH J»KA».
piano:-!. ■ urns. is*.
BRASS OB STRING INSTRUMENTSr-rref. V. U. BAnUSTUN.
will he obtained should th. necessity arise.
The Christmas Term will Open Wednesd«y, Augusl nih, 1897,
Id tbe CImhIc*! Craw pupils will be prepared for tha Universities: and In tbe
■■Mate*! tomrse /ornoHltlons In tbe Mercantile HonneH of the Province. In the latter
Coarse TYPE-WIUTING and SHORT-HAND maybe learned. Tbe Mm Uii,
■BMCoHMe fedlreoted by a Gentleman of lnine experience, and under him puptTi
enjoy the advantaKe of an accomplished native teacher. The School In outside thi
oiWf-»-*■*■■■"-"—'-'- -"' r * *"•* - '   "'■   "    ■-■    ■-   —
City, and by the Seaside, with S acres of I'luy-grouml. Fine bracing air. Boailijt,
Halt-water Bathing, Cricket, Foot-ball, Ac, Sot on accident or ease of illness among ti
puviU last year. Best Sohool In the Province for I'nplls requlrlnpthorough teaching
and attention. Good references required, chargrit mwlrrate. Circular, Te«tlmon-
lali, and copy of School Newspaper, on application to
REV. C. J. BAENTON.
Victoria, July 90th, 1887. dwaulral
Transfer Comp'y
NEW WBSTMIaVSTKR, B. C.
Buki SUgi, Limy ud Fead SbUiii
HACK   RATES.
From tho Stand to any ono point
■outh of Royal Avenue.e'ch pereohrl   SS
From the Stand to any one point
within the city limits, one person.,,     SO
Eaoh additional person     as
To or from steamer or Tntln-samo
a« above,
Driving by the hour—first hour.......,, 2 GO
Follow!ng-houw-eoch-  ,160
Hack to Vancouver and Rolurn 10 00
"      Port Moody and Return..  7 50
Telephone Cat In—10 A 83.
djettc
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—00 TO	
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET,  OFF. C. P. N. W«A».
it, Toronto, get l
most Complete nnd ] ,...„
Package fn America,  Send 28
ThkCana-
man Nis-
DLRCO..40A
48 Front St.
NMdi
S&
Rumple nl New No. 4, tlnlihed lu J...
riusri. Particulars sent when staMWare
enclosed (or reply.
Don't worry If you are ont ol employment. Write to Mr. Kowdv, 11 Welling
ton Street East, Toronto.   Send stamps
dwmyUmt
(Or reply.
Should you »'.int anything in footwear, call at
the store of Grant A Hectare, Columbia Street, and
Inspect their stock. They
have just received from the
East a new lot of Boots,
Shoes, Slippers and Moccasins, and although they
have not a $10,000 stock en
route, they have as good aa
auortment aa then it in
the city. Tho public are
also invited to inspect the
Stock .of Rubber Goods tiiat
has just arrived. Rubber
Cement, Bon Ton Polish,
Day A Martin's Blacking,
Brushes, Heel Plates, Shoe
Lifts and other articles too
numerous to mention, al-
wtyiin itock. Don't forget the place, Grout k Ma-
dure, Columbia St., Westminster. dwteOml
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com)
OF LONDON, ENO.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
1————X,—-)
ESTABLISHED  1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
ilootta AGRNT.
New Westminster Qu Co,
ATTHE LAST MEETING OF THE
j_ Directors of the Oas Company the
price ol I- —'—■ -—	
price ol Gas waa reduced to Tl -	
Kr Thousand Feet on and alter Del
,1897. EDWIN BAND,
New West., Sept, a, 1887.
Teiepmshs Can Ns. C.
P.O. mn
WM McCOLL,
Seaeral Hull!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings.
Groceries ft Provisions.   !.
I.lIKDnoM'8 BLOOK, Columbia tt :'t
dw-atallto
w.RTAirsTiir,
toa! tmkkl
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON BAND.
ECay and. Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WM» A» MAS, •■UTWHS TC
Airs riBT at-m cnr.   -
Werua two states datly,«oept8uatam
to Port Moody, oarryint H.M*malla.   ..
At no liquor or tobacco It need lire can try
temperate habits ami careful •oononii'.
terve the public at especially-low ratatr * -
dws.30te . ...-__:■■, ■■.;.,■.<■■
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
rUBLUBID
Every AflrraMB except Baaiay,
BtTHI
Sums Hhuwias P*i«rri«o Comsshy (Limited.)
At the Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St
BY    MATl.r
For 12 months...... Sf j*!
For 6 months < 3
• For II months ' ™
DEUVEltED IN THE CITY!
For 12 months ,•••• *'? 82
For S months  &£>
Per month -      JJ
1'erweek      ■»
Payment lu all cases (except (or weekly
ratej to be made lu advance.
Airunsun Mns ns thi daily.
TraaslealAiveHlseaaeats.-First Insertion, 10 ots. per line solid nonpareil; each
' subsequent eonM0Utlvelnseruon,3ete.per
line. Advertisement! not Inserted every
day, 5 els. per line each Insertion.
staadlac Aa-vertluaseats.-Regular
Business or Professional Advertisements
will be received at following nstet! 1 Inch,
Sri per month: t Ins.»;_ eol. 16.80; ft col.
J5.75; lcol.118. It Inserted lor less (Can 3
mot. 10 per cent, will be added.
special Helices among reading matter,
an eta. per line each Insertion. Specials
oalllnj attention to advertisements, lOcts.
""Births', Marriages and Deaths, 11 (or each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, SO ct«. eaeh Insertion.
taellea Sales, when displayed, eharged
H per cent, loss than transient advts, II
.-olid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued every Wednesday Nwalag.
Delivered In the City, per year. 13.00
Mailed, per year... » •».'*»
Hailed, 8 month ».'....■ 1.25
wiuiv stviinimo UTII.
Traasleal Advertlseaseats.-Flrst lnser-
tlim, loots, per line mild nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, S ete. per line.
Staadlag Aeiverllteusente.-For 1 Inch.
11.50 per month: 2lns. taper m.i 81ns. 1190
per m.; 1 eol. tli.76 per m.: II Inserted lor
lets than S mos. 10 per cent, will he added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
SO cw. per line each Insertion.
Vale must beall metal.and (or largecut.
au eitra rate will be charged. No advt
Inserted In either Issue (or less than 11.
say-Persons sending ln advertisement,
ehonld be careful to state whether they
art to appear In the Dally Edition, or th.
WWW7l0"""'*D. ROBSON, M.nK«.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Undertaking W. E. Fales
Appointments Prov. See.
fnilp § ritish Columbian
Saturday Ivealag, Oct. 1, ISSJ.
The police thot two more dogs yei-
tetday.
The rain has Uid the duit and fret-
hened up the gardens sgain.
The Prince*! Louise is expected tomorrow in place ot the Rithet
The salmon ran still holds out, last
night the boats averaged 40 each.
The str. Rainbow left for Victoria yesterday afternoon about 5
o'olock.
' We will print ths prospectus of the
Fruit drowns' Association in Mon-
day'iitiue.
: The steamer Gladys for left up river
this morning t% T o'clock) with freight
tniftmeagett. ,■,.,,'■■■. ,■■■
,„ Two Birmingham gentleman are ne-
Iiotiating for the ettabliihmint of ruling milU at Winnipeg.
New Fall Millinery—Just received
at Jas. Ellard A Co. 'i the latest styles
infJls»^,pi)^.Milh>ery.    se&to
sirTfarsteafivsr Rithet left for Viotor-
i»- thii morning with a large number of
pataengen and 180 tons of freight,
. Among the goodt that arrived by the
Port Victor from Yokohama we notice
two packaget of curioi eoniigned to
Wettmintter.
Wagner, a ringleader of a band of
roughs who brutally assaulted ths Sal-
ration Army in Quebec lately, has
been fined $40.
There were no cues in the police
court this morning, which makes
three days in succeuion without a case
on the docket.
Ths trial of the Indians eharged
with murdering the Seabird crew ttill
goct on at Victoria, lt will probably
be concluded neat week.
The beit preserving Peart now ready
and for tale. Alio, a huge variety of
fint-clau apples. Cheap for' oath.
Apply to Wu. Clakkson, at the orchard'        . dieJOwl
A despatch from London, dated the
28th ult., tayi that a Chinete tram-
port had been wrecked on one of Pet-
cadore'i islands and 3000 soldiers
drownsd.
- Mr. Graham, of the Star, hu formulated chare., againit teven Montrotl
aldermen charging them with accepting bribes from contraoton. The
matter it now being inveitigated.
Capt Devereaus, of the government
stsatNtSir Jamat Douglas, has bsan
appointed tuperintendent of the dry-
dock at Eiquimalt. The appointment
ment it contidtred an excellent one.
At the Toronto industrial eshibltion
Mis, W. H. KUis (formerly Miu
Withrow) took second prize fur oil
paintings. The two paintings exhibited represented Mount Baker and
MountStephen.
We aro informed that .the cue
broMkt tgsintt Richard Kelis in the
district court a few days ago wu not
for rape, but for aneult, and it it
ttated that the action wu Ihe result of
bad blood between tbe two parties.
Snfferere from the effect, of quinine,
used u s remedy Ior chilli and fever,
tbwld try Ay.r'« Agu. Core. Thit pre-
paraMoB It a powerful tonic, wholly
v.gatabl>, and without a particle of any
noxious drug.   Warranted a ture cure.
Messrs. Ellard & Oo. have rjuit re-
oeivad direst from the English m.nii-
factsnes, U the newett and most
faahlouabla atylaa, a large consignment
of dolman., mantlet, jtckett and ul-
.Ian, Jorladias and children, for fall
snd winter wear. dteSltc
"I have taken, within the put year,
MV.nl botthf of Ayer's SarsapariUa,
aad had It admirably adapted to the
atedl of an impoverished tyitem. lam
eoovinced that thll preparation, u a
blood purifier, I. uaequaUed,"-C. C.
Dame, Pastor Congregational ohurcli,
Aadfrer,'^.;.;      .
It V moved that the Hen. Mr.
Chsplssu will be made Canadian com-
■Woner in London, and that Sir
fib Mill Tupper will take Ibe leader-
ahsaof the government. When Sir
Jabs Macdonald goto throoah with the
ration he will probably
and be made a fdritith
Jshagrsomml
go to England
Quits a number of petitions have
been lent to the Ottswa government
asking a rtvote on the Scott act in
counties where it haa not been in force
for 3 yean. An order-in-council has
been pitted, however, to the effect that
■uo repeal petitions can be entertained
until the full term of three years hat
expired.
The ateamer Irving brought down
10 head of cattle from Hope yesterday,
consigned to Cawston Sc Ellis. Thirty
head went over to Victoria on tho
Rithet, aud the balmice are disposed
of to local deaiert. Tho Irving loft
again.tjjis morning at 7 o'clock faking
15 tons of freight and u number of
passengers.
V. M. C. A.—Remember the meeting of members in the -aitooiation
rooms at 8 o'clock to-night Alto the
meeting for young men in the Drill
Shid at 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon,
and the general mist meeting at 8.
Major Bardie it expected to tpeak at
all thete meetings.
 , . ,	
Furniture and Undertaking.—In
thit iaauo appears an advertisement
from Mr. W. E. Files, who hu for
tome yean carried on an extentive
furniture business In thit city. Recently he purchased the undertaking
concern of Wintemute, Oalbick & Oo.
which he npw carries on in connection
with hit furniture business.
A OfiOD'ApponmiRNT.—Mr. J. P.
Planta, for some time stipendiary
magistrate at Nanaimo, hu beenap-
SDinted commissioner to act with Mr.
ornwall to settle the difficulties with
the Indiana of Nooi River. We believe the selection made by the provincial government it a most excellent
one, and it it to be hoped the com-
miifcioneri may be successful in adjusting all mattera in dispute in such a
way as to satisfy every reasonable demand of the Indians and prevent a
repetition of tho Metlakahtla affair.
 —.—. . ,
A Little Off.—Our esteemed co-
temporary of the Vancouver News thii
morning contains a remarkably funny
article the purpose of which is to show
that the people of Westminster nre
dreadfully disappointed because the
next provincial exhibition it to bo held
at Viotoria instead of thia oity. Our
cotemporary ii quite off the track.
The people of Wettmintter experienced no disappointment at all from
the simplo fact that they had no expectation at all thst the exhibition
would be held here next year. The
practice which hat prevailed hitherto
wu to hold the exhibition alternately
on Vancouver Island and the mainland, and in pursuance of that practice it naturally goes to the island in
Sticking io It.—It it much to be
regretted that the tub-editor of our
Church-st. cotemporary still persists in
misrepresenting the manikins recently
placed in the graded schools of thu
province for the purpote of assisting
the pupils in acquiring intelligent and
correct ideas of the important science!
of physiology and hygiene. Thete
manikins were prepared under the
superintendence of Dr. Hamilton, who
attended the late Pretident Garfield
during, his hut illness, and who has
tbe reputation of being one of the
mott distinguished memben of' the
medical profession of New York, and
they are being utod largely in the bett
schools of the eut Having put hit
foot in it at tho start, tho Guardian's
tub-editor teems determined to nuke
himself oonipicuoutly consistent for
pig-headed itupidity.
 1 ._. .      .      .	
The V. M. O. A. Convention.—
The increase in the number of association! hu been remarkable during the
put year. Then there were 0, now
24, which inoliidei 7 college associations. There are 0 secretaries who devote their time to the work, and 5
othen will shortly be in the field.
Spokane Falls hu one engaged. Victoria and Vancouver are wanting secretaries and Seattle an auistant secretary. At the convention it wat decided
to engage the aervicet of a travelling
secretary, whose time will be devoted
to insisting present associations and or-
sanizimjfat other points. Vancouver
hu the honor of being the first place
with a building of its own. Portland
hu a $35,000 lot and a building fund
of nearly $40,000, which they hope
speedily to increaie to $75,000. Seattle toon expects to build. The next
convention, will be held at Seattle,
when its importance will be increased,
u the general eeoretariet of California
will also be present at the conference.
Frail drawers'AssMlalloa.
A meeting of the above aitooiation
wu held in Henderson's Hall, Chilliwhack, on Friday morning st 10
o'clock. -The meeting wu largely attended by prominent men from Victoria, Wettmintter and from the towns
along the. Fraser, and wa! in every
way u rtepreientative as could have
been withed.
After the preliminary matten had
been disposed of, it » moved, seconded, and carried ununimouily, that
D. McGillivray, Esq., be president
pro tosi. Thot. Spence, rrBtq., of
Wettmintter, wu appointed Becretary.
The following gentlemen were then
elected to form the board of provisional direoton: R. Diokiiuon, Era., Dr.
Trow, C. MeDonough, Esq., T. R.
Figg, Esq., Mayne Island, Ju. Orr,
Era., M. P. P., Wm. H. Ladner, Esq.,
M. P. Pjj G. W. Heiny, Etq., W. J.
Harris, Esq., Port Hammond; D. McGillivray, Esq,, Sumas; E. Greyell,
Esq.,. S. Cawloy, Esq., Chilliwhack;
Jamei McAdamt, Esq., Langley; Geo.
Sauk,'Esq., Halting.. The necessary
formi of, application for a charter were
ligned and, ,the stock book opened for
lubicriptiont, to .which leveral prominent inepihe" subscribed largely.
After patting a vote of thanks to
Mr. Spence for promoting tho association the meeting adjourned until October 20th in the council chamber,
Westminster.
— ..... —-
The cheapest medicine in ule is Dr.
Thomnt' Electric Oil, because so vory
little of it il required to effect a cure,
Por crcup, diptlieria, and diseases of the
lungs and throat, whether used for bathing the chest or throat, for taking internally or Inhaling, it it a matchless compound.
AWr*»gSctBls*t.
In another column It will be found
under the heading of Supremo Court,
the decision of Mr., Justice McCreight
iu the Portor case. We toko Wnch
pleasure in setting thia matter right
in the eyes of the public. Mr. Porter
has beon very badly treated, and we
believe the [action wu brought about
maliciously and without the slightest
foundationfor it We ore informed
plaintiffs in the suit j were cowardly
enough to cablo Mr. Porter's niothor
in England to the effect that her ion
was in jail at a defaulter. Such a
dastardly proceeding-is that deserves
the BtvongeBt cotideiiinatkni.
Personal.
. D. W. Higgins IfiiJfe P. returned to
Viotoria to-day.    >
A. O. Hastings and W. R. Leonard
of Vancouver are in the oity.
Thos. P. Smith aitt. .commiiiioiier
Hudson Bay Co., it in the city.
Dr. Gray, of the San Franciico
Journal of Oonimeret, ia in the oity today. ■'. ,,'[,
Hon, John Ronton, provincial seoretary, left today /or Ottawa. He
will probably be absent about a month.
J. C. MoLogon, of the Victoria
rimes, came down from Chilliwhack
yetterdiyand left, thit moming for
Victoria via Vancouver,
Noah Shakespeare M. P. and wife
came down from Chilliwhack lut
evening and after spending the night
at the Coloniol'left for Victoria this
morning.
Joseph Wrigley chief commissioner
of the Hon. Hudson Bay Co., it in the
city and a guest at the Colonial. Mr.
Wrigley it making t tour of inspection
of the company'i'pottt in the province.
(Juctts at the Colonial: F. Martin,
A. O. Hastings, W. R. Leonard, Vancouver; W. R. Miter, A. Henderson,
Thos. P. Smith, Wm. Dalby, D. W.
Higgint, N. Shakespeare, M. P. and
wifo, Victoria; 8, Sandover, Saanioh;
A. F. Cotton, Thos. D. Lindsay, W.
H. Steves, Lulu Itlsnd; J. W. Mann,
New York; Joteph Wrigly, J. F. Bain,
Winnipeg.
...:.. ■
Mr. G. W, Macnlly, Pavilion Mountain, B. C, writes: "Dr. Thomu' Eclectrio Oil is the best medicine I ever used
for Rheumatism, Nearly every winter I
am laid up with RhinmatUrm, and have
tried nearly every kind of medicine without getting any benefit, until I hied Dr.
Thomu' Eclectrio Oil, It hu worked
wondert for me, and I want another tupply for my friends, be."
The Provincial Exhibition.
ne Bala MU steadily all .Day aad
rreventt Ike rrograase being
Carried Oil
The third and lut day of the exhibition was utherod in by a heavy rain
fall, which continued to fall stesdily
all day. On Thurtday afternoon, although the rain wu falling, the people
icemedr .tpa»aj,iiiiMUention to it, but
yesterday it wu very different; everyone tried to get under shelter. The
rain fell in torrents tnd the exhibition
groundt were deserted, the farmer!
who had gone home the previous night
did not eome back, andiihose who hsd
■ensiaedtin farni<p»cked up and left
when they saw the rainwould spoil the
diy. The ltr. Irving wot to have arrived at Chilliwhack between 8 and 0
o'clock, bnt it wu after li before it arrived. In the meantime people kept
arriving at the landing and soon every
available inch of shelter wu occupied,
and msny|wereoompelledtoitsnd under
■hedi and even out in the rain. Mn.
Htrriton'i hotel wat fairly jammed
from kitchen to garret. At toon u
the Irving and Gladys arrived a ruih
wat |mide, by ths crowd for them, and
in s few minutes Chilliwhack had returned its accustomed tranquility.
The races were abandoned owing to
the rain and a number of ether sporting events were alio dselsrsd otT.
Some of the exhibit, in the ladiet department are worthy of note. A hair
wreath worked by Mrt. Geo. Mirahill
ii really a wonderful piece of work,
and a tablecloth worked in wool by
Mrt. Flood wu the finaat on exhibition. Mn. Harrison's display of
flowers were ven beautiful, aud the
ume can be uid ef thou eihibited by
Rev. Mr. Tate. Messrs, Dslby and
Weill made the belt and largett exhibit! in cattle, Mist Kipp carried off
the prise for being the most graceful
and ncoompliahed lady rider. She it
a vory pretty young lady, ridw nicely'
and handles her hone with muoh
grace. Mr. Gee. Black, of Hastings,
wu awarded the prise ,for being the
belt gentleman rider. The display of
apples grown in 1886, mads by Mr.
Wis. Johntton of this oity, drew a
glut deal of attention, and it wu
generally remarked that they looked
equal to any of this year's production.
PRIZE LIST COSCLUDKO!
Sheep, Lelcesten.—Ram, Geo. Banford; Ram Lamb, 1st aud 2nd Geo. Banford, 3 Ewes, Geo. Banford; Ewe Lamb.,
Geo. Banford.
Southdowna-Ram, 1st R. Nowell, Snd
Joseph Martin; Ram Lamb, 1st R. Nowell, 2nd Wm, Dalby; 3 Ewes, lit and 2nd
J, Reece; Ewe Lambs, J. Reece,
m_t_M_____m___mm
Branohdower, Snd D. MoGHUmy; col.
lection of seeds and grain, 1st G. A.
McTavIah, 2nd E. Greyell.
Scroll Sawing, 1st K. Tate, 2nd Win-
termute Bros, t
Turkey!, 1st Geo. McEeever, 2nd A.
Smith.   Geese, 2nd A. Smith.
Red and White Currants, 1st G. W.
Chadsey. .
.. Durham,—Bull, lit W. Jenkins, 2nd
D. McGillivray; Bull, one year old, E.
Hodgson; Cow, W. Dalby; Calf, W.
Dalby; Cow or heifer, W." Dalby.
Houtein.-BuU, 3 years old, 1st John
A. Lumsden, 2nd A. C. Wells; Bull,
2 yean old, G. W. Chadsey; one year old
Bull, J. Reece; Bull of any age, John A.
Lumtden; heifer calf, J. Reece; Cow or
heifer, J. Reece.
Jerseys.—2 year old Bull, L. Cliadtey.
Grades Stook.—Bull, 3 yean old, A.
C Well.; on. year old Bull, Iaaao Kipp;
Heifer, John A. Lumsden; herd of heif-
en, W. B. Hall.
In the Supreme Court.
Before Hon. Mr. Justice McCreight,
An application wu made this morning to set slide n writ ot capias againit
Wm. Porter, ittucd a few day ago, on
the grounds that the defendant did not
intend leaving British Columbia, and
cause Of action was shown. His
Lordship expressed himself very
strongly u to' the' manner in whioh
the writ wat obtained and he tot atido
the copiui with coiti to be paid by
plaintiff to de(endent forthwith, Atkinson ' & ■ Boultbee for defendent,
Bole Q. 0. & Blake for plaintiff.
Cottwolds—Kam, lit Henry Kipp, 2nd
Wm. Dalby; Ram Lamb, lit H. Kipp,
2nd A. C. WellS; 3 Ewei, A. C. Well.;
Ewe Lambs, A. C. Wells.
Shropshire or Hampshire Downs—Ram,
J. Reece; 3 Ewei, 1st and 2nd .T. Reece;
Ewe Lambs, lit and 2nd, J. Reece,'
Field Produce.—Autumn Wheat 1st
H. Kipp, 2nd J. Reece; Spring Wheat,
H. Kipp, 2nd G. Cwgldll, 3rd A, Smith;
Chevalier Barley, E, Greyell; rough barley, let J. W. Seximlth, '2nd J. Reece;
Oata, white, lit E. Greyell, 2nd Isaac
Kipp; Oats, black, lit E. Greyell, 2nd J.
W, Seximlth; white Peu, lit J. Iteece,
2nd J. MoConnell; gray Peat, lit Wm,
Cawley, 2nd Henry Kfcp; Rye, E. Grey;
ell; Bnokwheat, E. Gre*efl| Turnipi,
Bwedei, 1st J, Reece, 2nd T. McNeely;
Tunilpi, hybrid, lit Geo. Bemford, 2nd
Wm, Chadsey; Turnips, white, C. M.
Tate; Mangold Worsel, globe, 1st Thot.
Mor-eeiy; m u. wffitto-y'-
ul, red, ut The McNeely, gad Geo,
Banford: Sugar Beete, 1st T. MoNuly,
2nd G. W. Chadsey; Carrot., white or
yellow, lit W. Glllanden, 2nd J, Rceco j
Ctrroti, red or orange, lit Sheldon
Kdlght, 2nd Thos. McNeely,' Cabbages,
C. M. Tate; Kohl Rabi, 1st A. S. Vedder,
2nd G.' W;! Chadsey! Potatoes, early,
1st Joseph Martin, 2nd A. H. Gillan-
denj Potatoes, late, lit and 2nd Mn. R.
Stevenson; Hay, lit T. Dunville, 2nd
Sheldon Knight; Timothy Seed, lit Wm.
There ari Cheap Panaceas for various human ailment, continually mopping
up, Northrop b Lyman'. Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure lias no affinity
with any of these. Unlike them, the
article it derived from the purest sources,
is prepared with the utmost chemical
skill, and is a genuine remedy and not a
pauatlve for Biliousness, Constipation,
Kidney trouble., imyurityef the blood,
and {Mala complaint..
CORRESPONDENCE.
Th? Wonrlug Hill.
Editor Columbian,—In your editorial in Thursday*! paper on "A
Flouring Mill" you lay: " If the. export of flour to Ohina and Japan became large a mill at Westminster
would inour tha expeme of tending
the flour to Vanoouver" for thipmont.
Now, tir, it seems to me thst with a
depth of water in the Fraser sufficient
to lost the Great Eatterii, and even
with the present depth over tho land-
headi at high water, the steamship! of
the tnnspspfie line oould euily come
up to this oity and load with a cargo
of flour whan it wu ready for them;
and when the works now going on at
the Fraser jftiver mouth are completed
there will be water enough at half tide
to allow auy of the veitoli now form
ing the line to come into the river.
It it alto certain that the benefit to the
ships from a vitit to freih wator would
be appreciated by her ownen. The
retultt of such a vitit would be: (1)
That all iMgrau, barnacles and other
growths would be killed (u they can
only live, in sail rater), and the ahip'i
bottom would be cleaned. (2) The
ensuing voyigc would be made in a
shorter time. (3) The oontequent
taving in cost of fuel and greater,
earning power of the ihip would be
very much more than the expeme of
bringing the ship into thit harbor.
The facilities for loading are better at
thii place than at Vancouver, and if
the mill were built here it it quite apparent that it would be muoh more
to the advantage of the mill owners,
and the steamship ownen u well,
than if it wSre .located at Vancouver.
I   ;"<      :, Grist Mill.
Weitmimttr, Sept. 30.
■■;,    mil i  in     '
Mr. R. O. Winlow, Toronto, writes:
"Northrop-Av Lyman's Vegetable Discovery il a valuable medicine to all who are
troubled with indigestion. I tried a bottle of it after suffering for some ten yean,
aad the results an certainly beyond my
expectations. It assists digestion wonderfully. I'digest my food with no apparent effort, and am now entirely free
from that sensation, which every dyspeptic well knows, of unpleasant, fulness
after each meal."
Wholesale fiujr Market.
Beet,    per 100 lbs...... • B
Pork "
Mutton   ■ '.'V
Hldes(gr'n)"
Potatoes    •*
tWaWf   r.
Wheat.    •*.
Oata "
Hay,  '    per ton  "I™™™™ 18
Butter (tofi.j per ft  0
Cheese,      •<   "  0
Eggs,      periloi.  0
Cordwood (retail! per curd  8
on e,
ono
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flflll
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Kit
too
Pltaaantsg syrup; nothing equals it te
a worm medicine; the name u Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator. The greatest worm destroyer of the age.
QT. PAUL'S church. Bervlcet ev
S Uf tluadirfUHi. a. m. aad 7 r.«. in
Hie Church, Ml. John street, below Royal
avenue. Scuta free, all an cordially Invited. Sunday School at ISO r.».
 tl«Wel	
BTHODIST CHURCH,  Mary Bt
a. Rev. J, HWhlte. Pastor. Services at
...a, m. and 7 0. m. Sunday School and
Blbla CIrm S:su p. m. Pnyer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p.m. Seats free; stnngen
eoidlBllylnvtteS, J.7-le.
K!
SAPT1ST cHVBGH, Agnes, street
> East Of Maty Street. Rev. Robert
nnlcPasUir, Lord's Day Services at 11
6 m. and 1 a. m. Sabbath School and
llile Clua arias p. m. All seats free;
strangers cordially woloomed.   d-deSlto
. >     VMM MMUS ■«, e, A. W.
y_f_r * A. K.-The regular Com-
jLM niunlcatlons of this Lodge are
/▼ \ held on thellnt Monday In eaeh
month. Sojourning brethren are eordla,-
lTinvlt«lto,tt,»d:mB8QBANT)
'eJKMo'  '■ Secretary.
Give Holloway's Corn Cun a trial. . It
removed ten corns from one pair of -feet
without any pain. What it hu done
once it will do again.
Furnished Rooms
OiN COLUMBIA STREM  TO MtT-
' either with or without Board.  Apply
to the Editor of tilt. Paper. djygsfo
WANTED:
TWO OLOTH WEAViuRS AND ONE
SPINNER, who can Use a Jaok. Fe-
malei preferred for iplnnlni. Apply at
the Westminster Woolen Mill.     5w»i8
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
aatli September, 1887.
TTIS HONOUR  THE  LIECTENANT-
n  Oovernor Iidh been plt-nsed tomnko
tlio following appointments:
James Mcintosh. Enquire, of Kamloops,
to be a Justice of the Pence for the Electoral DlBtrloi of Yale.
28th September.
Harry Oswald Wellburn, Esquire, of
Q,uamlchan,to be a Justieeof the Peace
for the Province of Hii tlsh Columbia.
FltBgeral(lM«Iveery,Alexandor Kilgour,
Orison Davis Sweet, and Thomas Kldd,
Esquires, to be Justices of tho Peace for
the Electoral District of NewWestmlnster.
Gilbert Robinson, Esquire, J. P., to be a
Court of Revision and Appeal, under the
Assessment Acts, for the Electoral District
of Cowichan, vice H. Mnrrlncr, deceased,
doeltl
Ayuji
b\)ji\,mZM$x?M
W. E. FALES,
PRACTIGALUNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer lu Wooden and Mdalle Burial Casket!. Funerals Conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied nt
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ln every particular.
dwooltc COIVMIIA ST., New Wesl'r.
FALL SHIPMENTS.
DRYGOODS!
'   CLOTHING,
RUBBER  GOODS,
JUST OPENED OUT.
Ogle, Campbell
AND COMPANY,
Colombia St.. • Kew WestminsUr.
FOtf SALE:
Valuable Property at Spence's
Bridge,
BELONGING TO THE UNDERSIGN-
e^, consisting of (.woLote. j
OTi
Contains Sixty-four acres of land, forty of
which ts under cultivation. Thero Is a
large Store,25x80; atwo-ttoryHotel,80x«)j
a Jarge Stable and stalls for 20 horses;
three Dwelling Houses, with cellars and
a number of other buildings. Two Gardens, one of them about one acre and a
half, and one of the best In British Columbia, In which Is growing to perfection
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Grapes,
Gooseberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Raspberries, Ac, Ac Thero Is also a
Green House, heated by hot water pipes,
and containing a splendid collection of
choice Plants, There Is also a Water
Ditch with this lot that carries over 100
inches of water.
XiOt a
Contains about 250 acres of land,one-third
of which Is fit for cultivation. On this lot
there are about 160 Fruit Trees, 800 Grope
Vines, MK) Gooseberry and Currant Rushes, and one of the best Water Ditches In
the country, which cost two seasons ago
WOW. ,
For any one wishing to go Into the Seed;
and Fruit business, this li a splendid
chance. The climate Is unsurpassed and
the situation Is the best In British Columbia for a market along the line of the C.P,
Railway. There ts already an established
business for seeds, plarts, frulis, Ac, amounting to over 81600 a year, and to one
who could manage and look after It himself a fortune.
For particulars as to price and terms of
■ale, apply to tho office of this paper or to
tbe proprietor,        JOHN MUtT'"
dwieuml Spence's
'uffiV?'
oq'i Bridge.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATIC
aaaraalM! Capital •I.SSS.SM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
head Office, Toronto, Canada
A home"company,
Thii. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it .from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business ln Canada,
It has no schemes of Insurance, butthe
well-established Unci, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to tha public can be readily understood, Ita cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expen-
Its position li ascertained annually from
• detailed valuation tn whioh overy Item
of liability Is InAoded. ,    '
Its progress haa been unexampled In
the history of insurance In Canada.
IU policial an Indisputable after throe
yean, and non-forfeltable after two yean'
existence.
IU nroflu art distributed upon an equitable oasis. The proQU ro one class of
policy holden are not lessened to give
larger nroftti to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution,
liberal CoadlMoas u to BesldcMcaa*
Travels
J. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
'   Asm!, Ms* Wotinlnitn
-      JsMaiSwlternat*,
New Goods. Hew Goods!
NEW DRESS STUFFS
PLUSHES AND TRIMMINGS
3STB-W FJ-X-X-   SXZJ-lDXZi
James Ellard & Co-'s
dwselto
AU BON MARCHE
Just Arrived, Another Large Consignment, consisting of
Ladies & Children slllsters
DRESS GOODS,
CORSETS,
Fur Trimmings, Tinsel Macrame
Cord, Fancy Hair Pins, &c.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
ilwsoaotc . . Columbia St., New Westminster, t).\.
F. M. LEAHY, THE TAILOR,
Columbia St., Over D. Drvsdsle A Co.'i, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
Has just Received a Large and V7.ll 8«leoted Stock oi
Cloths, Tweeds and Cassimeres,
Which h. offer, to make up ut REASONABLE KATES.   A perfect At guaranteed.
■ ;Ji    -  dwaaMlo
W. PROTHERO
Is not Dead yet, but still a Live Furniture Man, and keeps the
Best Assortment of
Furniture, Mattresses, Lounges,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, &C,
-    In the-City, at the Lowest Living Prices.
tall ond Examine my Stock.
dw COLOMBIA STREET.
Boys' Suits,
Children's Suits,
Boys' Hats,
Boys' Ties,
Bp^s'Braces,  .
Boys' Overshirts,
Boys'White Shirts,
Boys'Paper Collars,
Boys' Underclothing,
It-p' kif ul Mn
Linen Collars,
—AT THI	
NEW CL0THHW 8TSMr
K0.J»,C0lS«»l»«t., ..
NEW WESTMINSTER
dimMo
IF1- OJbr^/-A-I^^E_
■    —>—tJ— — —,XOJ-~t
Watetaakerilaoiifacliiiig Mer
(OPPOSITE TUB BANK)
FOIHIIIY HAJUUI Or THE W*TCHM»I0M0 Ptr-AHTMttlT Of MVAOf «IWWj MONTIEM.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry juid-I^ted Ware, Rogers' Best
Silver-plated Knives, Endbh gp»»M and forks,   wy
Plated and Pore Nickel.
AU. OF THK FINEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PMOBS.
Patent Dusl-uroal Woloh Case, Waltham or Elgin movement-tUOO. Huntjna,
Ooli.BII%Xc'aciM«i,s»m.wlndln|W.llhamor Kllln-wyO; cue w.rnnted fo
wear»years. LadleVOolilHunllnsSI.m-wlndliisWatelies-IJ7.HI. _...■'■■'.
eleeuiithic. "brited rerteettk .peel*'l» tnf Kye^laun ot kas.ro. * Mor-
Anyone having a dldlonliy to obtain Qlatses to seo clearly, give me a oall Mid
 _. . _- .ng I	
arv-Flne and Complicated Watches nnd Chronometers repaired and adjusted.
EnsllshWatohltonalriaipeclaltiV,    . ■    ..    .
fer Charles Tupper .ont Lady Topper's Wateh to the ma
HI., London (allerliavlng beon In the Rands ol 10 or B watol
 -   tes). D«nt hod lt lor on. month anil said he o
m (r
181
•i,e makers. Dent, of wkm™
I watchmaken In Oanada and
the United Slate.). Dint bod It lor on. month anil .aid be oould not matsin go. it
wm brojght 8SSS"ind slven to Mr. Crake, since which It lias given pert«t faction
and ruroiiiraonds him in a line workm.n.  dwseailc
The Oolvhman Pbiotino Establishmint has first-class facilities (or
all kinds of Commercial Printing.   BUI Hssds  Utttr Hesds, ClNttltrS,
Cards, Envilopw, Bltnk Forms of every description, PHiers.OodMn,
Prlos UtlS, He. Prices will be found as low as at any other ones where
first-class work is dons.

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