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Daily   British   Columbian.
VOLUME i
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1887.
NUMBER 75
D'
.WOLf SMITH, K.D.
OFFIOB-Clarkson Btnet, Opposite rear
entrance of Colonial Hotel.
RlAlDiNdS-A«nes St., opposite now
Baptist Church.
OKFIOK HOUR9-10 a. m. to U noon; 2
to 5; rind 0:90 to » p. in. dnolOlc
r  HI. JIACLKAlt, B. A., H. O., C. M.
OFFICE: McKensle Street, next door lo
Drill Shed.
RESIDBNOE: Agnes Street, third honse
rom Mary Street.
OFFICE IIOURH: 10 (o 12; 2 to 8; 0:30 lu S.
d-delnUr _^___
H
M. COOPER, B. A..H. D.i
PBYSICI AN * SURGEON.
OFFICII Snd RESlDHNf"!W)hu«h St.
(neat door to Farmera' Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.0.
OFriOE HODKS-S to 10 a.m.; 1 to 3 nnd
E. C. BROWN, ,
o."°-
Omirs-Over D. a Curtis A Co.'s Ding
Store, Columbia Street,
HoURS-9a.m. to 7 p. m.       dwjy30lc
pmMStB « Mecau,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC
nmce, Mokensle Street, New Westminster,
and Vanoouver, B.C. Jyrlldwlo
T.
C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, 4c.
McKensle Street,
ilwfeiotc New Westminster, B. 0,
n   I. HAMILTON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR * NOTARY.
Old Post Olllce,
Columbia Street,
daurSte New Westminster.
w
NORMAN BOLD, <t. C,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Und AgenU Money to torn.
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B. 0.;
and cor. Cordova * Cnrrall Sis., Vancouver, B. C. 802*c
G.
W. GRANT,
AROIIITECT,
OFFidK-Cnrner Mary and Clarkson Sts.
dwfezsto
pLHW A  MACLUIIK,
ARCHITECTS.
OvrHrR-Ovirr II. H. Curtis A Co.'s Driill
Store,
dalislte CotumUll Street.
rn s. trapp.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Oolsmbla Street New Westminster
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Beat references
given when required. mhU-lc
R'
RAND BROS.
RAL ESTATE BltOKHRS,
Conveyancers, Collector.,
And Insurance Agent.,
Offices at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Cornor
McKenslo and Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
ot Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
aalo at Chllliwhack, Port Hammond,
Langley, Mntsqnl, Sumas, Mud Bny.Liul-
nor'ir Landing, Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Mnps and Flans exhibited and tho fullest Information furnished at all ourolTices.
feme
MUSIC CLASSES.
MIlS. PEAKSON WIIX BE PRE-
imrotl to receive PnpilBoii Die Piano
leilHUHl hotirHOHMoiHlftyB.TuomliiyH,
Thurmluvs nnd Fi-liluyt-. KoHtdence, Royal Aveimc. dim31ml
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lumlboui's Bondings Front St.
(Formerly nocoplod bt Kyle * Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve IiIh oiiBtotiien and everybody
with iw good a stock as a man wants to
solect from.
■ry   Qomd*,   tirocerlci,   Provlntoiu,
Crockery, Utawnwre, »•*•»•, Ac.
Oome nnd see tho new plooa, and let ua
know whnt yon thtefc of IU
•    dwoolfflc ~-      O. MoDONOUOH.
D. Lyal & Co.
COLUMBIA  STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Book*,
M-lgMElllCH,
Music, Htationci-y,
Artists' Materials,
Bibles, Albums,
ToyH A Fimcy Hoods,
Birthday Books & Cards.
THE SPECIAL MUTISM COLUMBIA
number of the West shore sent to any
partof Brltlsli Columbln or the States on
receipt ut ti cents.
Tke trhr.ucMt U.n.e In British I'ulum.
Ms Ml Bible*, Books, Music, etc., ete,
WEDDING * BIRTHDAY PRE8MNTS.
dwjysstc
THOS.  OVENS,
MANITFAOTIIRER OF
s,
Blacksmitii and $aclriiiist
All Kimla of Muchinot-y, Patent Locks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, kc, ko.,
,Repaired.
BLACKSMITHING
In nit Its bmncliRS.  PnrmersM^^ers',
Mill und Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, nnd (iverj'thlf:: In the
bjuclwmlti. Ilno-muairtoiorder.
Having scouved first-class workmen, we
feel oonltucut 01* giving siit I faction.
«ar Horse-shoclng a specialty.
Uw-jly3ltc]    C'or.uaiBTA St., New Wkht.
TIE LEASING
BOOTtSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—of titk—
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia Bt,
,000 STOCK
NOW EN 110UTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction in prices to make
room for the largest and bust assortment
of lloots and Shoes ever imported into
this country, from the principal Houses
of Germany, France, Great Britain, tlie
United States and over groat Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK BE-
FORE YOU PURCHASE.
lloots and Shoes, from fiOc upwards,
Folt A Rubber Goods & Ymo-Yiims
of all kinds..
Ladles' A; dents' Slippers fr>r Xmas—
the loveliest ever' seen.
81 Iilnirs or Utiles', Misses' A Child,
ren's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
Colonial Hotel Bloek, ('ulnnililri Bt.
dwnoiste
IX THK (AMMAN  MIltKDT.
M Mill a Kept ii Stook.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
SOLE AOENTS FOI NEW WESTMINSTER,
WHO   WILL   GUARANTEE   EVERY
PAIR FOR ONE YEAR,
Arid presont yon with n Hook of Tcstl-
_ inonlnls.        [dwJcWtc
STOTICE.
NOTIOE TS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
the nnrtnershlp Iierotofoio pxtsllnfi
between J. W. Anilrziijowskl nnd John
MpklHkii has thin Any tiueu \I1p-*i)1v«iI and
thnt tho tui-lm'Hlgnert Is the only person
cntltlerj to deal with tlio property of tho
Info partnership and to rouoivo the debts
duo aaid partm-mlitii.
'     ■        J. W. ANDRKEJEWRKI.
Dated 25th August, HW7. dwan25ml
Boys Wanted
SELL THE DAILYCOLUMBU.il.
ONE OH TWO SMAHT 1WH ARE
wimtrd to Ml Hhs luir.v Count ni an
in the clly. A boy who Iuiowh hi,i bnsi-
nnBS and UuHnfraiu to "holler" unit mako
lm«n, for nn hour'R Work overy ovenhiK.
Apply nt tlilK Oh>o. ilnutDle
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
YVUABF STREET • VH'TOiil.V.
A-osinrxa iron
North British and Mercantile
insurance Do. for Halnland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
311 Plnabury Circus,
London, IS. C.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN.
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance Howe," fronting
on Colnmblaand Church streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
ae tho
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at the following rates:
Hoard per day „ .fl 00
"      "   week  5 Oil
Single Meal*     35
Beds s     35
tta»Good accouiniodatton for Ladies and
families. my9tc
Flowers for sate
A. R. BECKETT.     WM. WOLFENDEN
BECKETT & CO.,
BUILDERS AND
GrBneral Contractors.
WOBKS :
frnicr Drlck Wurkx, Port Haney.
Mackenxle til., Kew Wen!inlnster.
Manufacturers of Machine-made and
Pressed Bricks lo any pattern.
Estimates given for Rulldlngs and Public Works of any description,     dwlyiite
OF THE HARRISON.
RfiMrl
IW    AMERICA.
ENDORSED BY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWli-SiiG Al4d VAPOft
BATHS.
hKl'AKATl, VI'Ai; 11H;\TS FOlt LADIItt
With Experienced Attendants In Oharge
Hotel AcconiHiflilatloii   unsurpiuffrtl,
with firiwlnutcii rates,
Free CumplngGronnd for those thnt prefer teniing out; no extra charge tor baths.
Stagos meat all tmtns ut Agassiz'sSta-.
tion, C. ft H.
*»*No improper persons allowed on tho
premises.
Saturday rate by C. V. R,—Westminster
to Agassi?, nnd return, ouly $2.50. Tickets
goodfor 15 days, $o,00. dwje8te
ESTABLISHED 1S39.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTOHER,
Neiirl) UppoHlio tlio Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hind, uid supplied to Families, Restaurants, tnd Steamboats at the
I/WEST I'OSSntLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS,
Land Suivevoi.
A. 0.
noiaiy Puitie
Woodi, Tarmrft BunUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate Commission and
Insurance Agents.
Honey to Loan on first mortgage on
improved Real Estate,
Farming Lnnds, improved and unimproved, for Bale in all parts of the District.
City nnd Suburban Lots for sale in
choice locations.
Hilling StoefcS bought and sold.
Fire, Llfo nnd Accident Insurance*
effected.
 nEP«K9RNTING	
MllE.-.i:tna Iiisuraiieo Co, of Hartford.
Western Insurance Co. of Toronto.
LIVE.—New York I.tfo Insurnnco Co.
.KTlOKSi'.—Traveler*  Insurnnco Oo. of
Hartford.    __,	
Agi-no.v of tho Dnnilnlou KxprcMt'o.
ffoons, tuknrFuoahblk,
Office, Ellmd-8 Block,   -   Columbia Street
NEW WEHTMIXaTEIt.
ilniiDto
MAIEiH CLOSE  AND ARttlVE.
OLOS3B
For Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (exuept Hnnday
and Monday), at' 12.43; and on Haturday
(for dlsiiatflh Htinday) nt 2i |
For Vletorla, V. I., and Wentern U. 8. Oftl-
(wm-Monday, UNO; Tuesday, 8.15; Wednesday, 8.15 nnd It); Thursday, ti.H0; Friday. & Id and 1»; Hatttrday, 6.80.
F«r Vancouvor, Moodyvllle uid Burrard
InleV-Dally (oscept Hundny) at 8.15.
For Port Moody—Dally (exoipt Sunday)
at 8.
For ijaduer's Landing and Lihl Island—
Monday, 12.8U; Wednesday and Friday
at 19. I
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley l'ralrlo—TlmraduyAoon.
For North Arm and Hea Island—Thurs-
Fo?E'lgVi'i and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
Fur Plumper's Pass—Wednesday, 1».
For Nanalmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 18.
From Can. Pac. Ey.-Dall»(%«ei»t Saturday) at 18,
From Victoria—Sunday, Wednesday and
Friday, 16; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver. Moodyvllle and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 10.
From Port Moody—Dally (exceptSunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, 18.
Prom Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Lantrley Prairie—Thursday, 9,
From North Arm and Hea island—Thura-
.   day, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Wednesday, 10. ■
From Nanaimo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
purity,strength andwholCHomeness. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cant.
Royal Baking Powdrb Co.; log Wall fiL.
New York. Sfely
Furnished Rooms
ON COLUMBIA STREET  TO LKT-
eltlirr with ol* wltlloul Board.  Appb
to the Editor ot tbls Paper. dJ)-J5tc
FOR SALE.
LOT 5, BLOCK It, Now WcslrolnBti-r
City, wltli six Cottages Miereon. Will
lie sold on reasonable terras. Apply to
djy27le W. J. ARMSTBONG.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
FOR ONE MONTH PROM DATE THE
underpinned offers for sales 3 young,
well-bred, gentle Horses; 300 acres of flrst-
class Land, In lots from 40 to 200 acres, S
miles from N.W. City.  Apply to
dse7ml JAMES KENNEDY.
FOR   SALE.
NE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
\j! ley Saw and Flanlnu 11111: mill In
good order, For particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
uplstc A HELMOKEN, Victoria.
0
AUOTION  8ALE8.
Dental Notice.
I HHAI.I. LKAVM KOHOAUFORNI\
1 on or aboiil lite 15th October for Ihe
winter, and any pcrt-on rcquhlms dental
Work done will govern ilu-mHt'lvcH nrenrd-
Inirly. FRANK WF.LHH.
8y dscllml
Kotlce to Exhibitors of Durham
aud Holstein Cattle.
AN ERROR APPEARS IN THE BRI-
tlsh Columbia Aftrlenltural Pntnph-
lot which places Durham and Holsteln
Cattle in the same olass. lam instructed
to notify the publlo that the Durham* and
HolHteiim will form two daises and each
olnss will receive the same amount of
prlzo money.
OEO. W. CHAD8EV,
See. B. c. A. A.
wPersona who will notify J. C. Henderson, chairman of the nccommodatlon
cotnniltlee. will receive accommodation
at (be exhibition. O. W. 0.
dselflw2 ______
Mr, T. J. Trapp. auctioneer, will sell at
Iho Agricultural Exhibition Grounds,
Chllliwhack, on Thursday afternoon,
Kept. 20th, a lot of homes, cowh, sheep,
pigs, poultry, wagons, Ae.  See adv.
Mr. H. N. Rich, auctioneer, will hold
the autumn sale of llvo stock. Implements, etc., at Ladners on the 12th October.  See adv.
fail]) § ritish Columbian
TaeMUy Irul.f, Stpl. >I. inr.
POUT UMMtW
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits*
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In put
variety.
Everything ftrxt-rlim nnd furnished In
good shape.
dw-delflte
O. W. HENRY,
Pott Hammond, B. O.
lit Jewelry Store!
MU, THOMAS 8IFF0RD
BEUH TO AMNOUNUK TO THR TUB-
Me Kenomlly Mr.it ho hns opencil h
lltrw Jewelry Store on
Front   Straat,
WIiri-u lie will koop on Ininil A full stook
f lorlis, Wnlches nnd Jewelry
OK AM. xiam
Kimllsh nmoiiin n spcolnlty.
Cotrritry orrlom will rooolvo prompt nt*
loinlon.
All klnils ot REPAIRING done In tint-
olnss siyle nrttl nil work gunmntectl.
dnjyilto
Tbe River Mouth.
The followiug letter from a cor-
reipoiident, which appeared in Uie
Colonist of Sunday, contains some
things worthp of attention: "Work
on the jetties at the mouth of the
Fraser has been returned. Mr. T.
S. Sinclair, the contractor for the
mattresses, or bush dams, is hard at
work on the cribs which are building at Westminster. They are a
vast improvement on those sunken
last year, which were built of old
snags and drift picked up around
the beach and required an enormous
amount of stone to sink them. The
new ones are very light timber and
are consequently easy to sink,
which will be a great saving, as
stone for ballast is a most expensive
article to procure at that point.
The new cribs will be just as effective as though a hundred tons of
stone were used, the object being
only to hold the brush in position
long enough for the bottom silt of
of the river to collect in sufficient
quantity to hold them. Then time
and Father Fraser are all that are
wanting to make the undertaking a
success. The results derived from
last year's work are gratifying, as
there is now even better water in
the channel than everbefore—not less
than 10 feet at dead low water
spring tides, which, with the rise of
10 feet in lido, gives a 30-foot channel over the bar on spring tides,
which compares very favorably with
most nf the great commercial ports
of the world. If the money expended in dredging in the Fraser
last year had been spent on this
scheme Westminster would now
have had as good an avenue to the
sea as the city of New Orleans had
twenty years ago when she was in
the heyday of her commercial glory.
The trouble seems, to be with the
Westminster people there is a great
difference of opinion with regard to
what is the most practical move to
be made to improve the Fraser.
With no one to advance any theory
except people whose knowledge of
such affairs is very limited, the
authorities seem to jump at any
suggestion offered, as will be seen in
the building of the light house on
the 8and4iead, which is neither use
nor ornament to Westminster. The
writer well remembers when it was
building how jubilant the West
minster people were over it, but
practically a more decided failure
oould hot be conceived of. As the
light now stands it is no more than
a mile from the channel mouth,
and equally as far from the outer
edge of the sand hank, and as a
guide to entering the Fraser is of no
more use than if it were situated at
Ohemainus. lt is nearly time the
people of Wcstminrter took this
matter in hand, and it would require but a slight expenditure to
make the light system of the Fraser
suoh that no diffiulty would be experienced in entering at any time,
night or day. Let the government
move the present light house to
some place where it would be of
aome use (lor instance, upper Sydney spit), then build a light ship, at
about one fourth the cost of the
light house, which could be shifted
as (he channels shifts from time to
time. Then with the appliances
the government have at hand it
would be very easy to maintain a
system of range lights on the sands.
An improved'lantern or fountain
lamp k now made which burns four
or five days, according to tbo capacity of the feed tank. With a lamp
of this description placed ou a cluster (say four or live) of piles driven
at all the points of the channel, one
at No. 4 buoy, ono on the sand
south of No. 7, another at any point
in the present channel would do.
Ships could enter with esse at any
time. 'These lights could be kept in
order by a keeper (who could visit
them each day in a small boat,
when the weather would permit.
Should stormy weather prevent, the
lamps fitted with the fountain
would burn through it all. In the
event of the channel shifting at any
time, another cluster of piles can
can bo driven, und the lamps moved
nt a trilling cost This is of vital
importance to Westminster. Only a
short time ago the writer was asked
by a merchant from Ohina how
heavy draught conld be taken up
the Froser, and when told expressed
great surprise that the out side commercial world should know nothing
of this. Go to any broker's office in
any part of the world and nsk what
kind of a place Westminster is tn
go towith a ship, and he will tell
you that it is up a creek where it
is hard work to get p. scow. Little
does ho know thut it is a city with
industries such as mills and canneries that should be known to the
world of commerce, and has a 20-foot
channel all the way to it."
The Yacht Race!
Loin or Fog;, but Not Much wiad.-fbe
Thistle Vets Ue-caliucd, uud the Yolan*
Itirr Vcls Am uy Tram IIir.«Vlilory Tor
Hit' American Yacht.
Special Dispatch.]
Fokt Waiwwohtii, Sopt. 27, 9:30
a. hi.—A heavy fog hangs over; objects a mile distant can't he recognised;
thero is absolutely no wind; the sun ia
making a feeble uttempt to penetrate
the fog; front present indications there
can be no race to-day.
10:15 a. m.—There is apparently a
little wind, but it is not worth mentioning. The sailing vessels that are
drifting down with the tide blow their
fog horns in disgust at the weather.
Many ladies are here, and general disappointment is manifested by all.
11 a. m.—There is a light air coming from the south-east, and if it freshens sufficiently the start will soon be
mado. Tho racers can be dimly seen
near Owl's Head; the mist is lifting a
little, and the Long Island shore is
now coram? into view.
11*17 a. ra.—The racers are now
dimly seen near the starting line standing off and ou in the light south
breeze. The mist is clearing away,
and it blows from four to six miles.
The Shamrock and Titania are keeping close together just above the narrows, and the big Puritan, Atlantic,
and Galatea aro waiting patiently with
all sails sets for the start, which is
likely to bo delayed some little time
yet.
12:35 p. in.—The starting gun was
tired at 12:34 p. m. The Thistle has
crossed the line ahead of the Volunteer.
12:30 p. m.™The Volunteer has
crossed and tho start is made at last.
Both yachts are close hauled on the
port tack, and each carries main and
club topsails, small jib, topsails, and
staysails. Tho Thistle's lead is small,
but sho seems to move tho most rapidly in the light air. The wind is light
and variable, verging to westerly.
12:44 p. m.—The Thistle is almost
motionless, and tho Volunteer has the
lead by a short distance.
12:51 p. m.—Tho Volunteer has now
struck a little streak of wind, but the
Thistle is almost entirely becalmed.
Tho Yankoo heels gracefully and is
making pond timo and increasing her
lead. There is a magnificent fleet of
sail and steam craft behind the racers,
Btretchiug in an almost unbroken line
from shore to shore. It is the finest
picture ever seen in Kew York Bay.
12:55 p. in. — Tho Volunteer has
just caught a magnificont puff of wind
and she started ahead with a rush.
The Thistle is still waiting behind in
a calm. The Volunteer leads the
Scotchman by nearly a mile at this
moment.
2 p. in.— The long lead of the Yankee is credited ou shore to superior
seamanship in holding on tbe first
tack towards Staten Island and catching the breeze off there. The yachts
are below buoy 12, the Volunteer
about 4 mile ahead.
Sandy Hook, Sept. 27, 2:15 p. m.—
The Thistln is a quarter of a mile to
leeward and half a mile behind the
Volunteer.
2:19 p. m.—-Thistle just tacked to
eastward again.
2:30 p. in.—The yachts are heading
for the Sandy Hook lightship. They
are about at the point of the Hook,
with the Volunteer apparently six
minutes in tho lead; wind very light;
fog still hangs over.
2:40 p. m.—Tho Volunteer is still
on starboard tack outside the Hook,
about lj mile ahead of the Thistle,
which is drawing near the point of the
Hook. Wind, S. £., 9 miles per hour;
hazy.
3:17 p. m.— The Volunteer is headed for the Sandy Hook lightship, about
a mile to the eastward of Scotland
lightship, while the Thistle is fully two
miles behind. The wind is light to
thu south.
3:43 |>. in.—The Volunteer is now
about thl'oe utiles ahead.
3:55 p. ui.--Tho Thistle in going
towards tho lightship lius just passed
tiio Volunteer coining home.
4:10 p. m.—The Thistle can now bo
seen in tho mist turning the Sandy
Hook lightship.
4:40 p. m.--Tho Volunteer has just
turned Spit Buoy. Sho is about 18
minutes ahead.
5 p.m.—The raco will probably be
finished hy 5:30 if no accident occurs.
The wind holds strong, and if any
change is occurring it is iu the direction of moro wind. The Volunteer's
spinnaker wns put out just after sho
passed buoy No. 8J at 4:50. Tho
Thistle has just passed buoy No. 8.\.
Foiit Wadswohth, Sept. 27, 5:28
p. in.—Thu Volunteer finished at 5:25
p. in.
5:33 p. m.—The Thistle just lin-
isht-d.   __^m__m-^mmmmt___mm
Mr. H- C. Wlnlew, Toronto, writes:
"Northrop A Lyman's Vegetable Discovery is a valuable iirilidno tn all who nre
troubled with indigestion. I tried a bottle of it after suffering for some ten years,
and the results are certainly beyond my
expectations. It assists digestion wonderfully. I digest my food witii no apparent effort, and am now entirely free
from that sensation, which every dys*
peptic well knows, of unpleasant fulness
aftor each meal."
She (blushing sliulitly). "Pi ynn
know, George, I've heard it said that
in ancient times kissing a pretty girl
was a cure for a headache." Ho (with
monumental stupidity), "A headache
is something I've never had."
BY TELEGRAPH.
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THIS HOBNIHO'S D8SPATCHK'.
THE TKIAL OF VACUTK.
New Yohk, Sept. 27.—Nauticil
critics arc agreed that the race between
the Volunteer and Thistle to-day will
be a elose one. Both yachts alike havn
defeated all competitors in a light wind
and a strong wind. Both yachts are
the fastest erer built iu their respective
countries. It is virtually a trial between the centreboard and keel, and
the result, if at all decisive, will hate
a marked effect in settling the reied
question as to whieh is the speedier.
EIGHT BOYS  DROWN1D.
San Francis™, Sept. 27. Eight
boys, ranging in.age from 8 to 12 yean,
drifted to sea in a ship's paint scow
yesterday and were drowned.
BIO CUSTOMS SEIZORS.
New York, Sept. 27.—The suspicious actions of Miss H. Kennedy, *
Boston dressmaker, who arrived here
on Sunday from Havre, canted bar arrest and the seizure of her baggage by
customs officers. About her person
wero concealed valuable silks, lacei,
etc. Altogether ihe had attempted to
smuggle nearly 110,000 worth of goods.
THAIS WRICK I NO.
Trot, N. Y., Sept 27.—An attempt
was made to wreck the. St. Louis express train of tho Fitchburg R.R. laat
night near North Pownal. A pile of
trees, two of which were spiked, to the
track, was discovered, and the train
wus not not stopped until some of the
ties wero displaced by the engine.
This is the third attempt at train
wrecking near the same spot in three
months. '
AN OPEN SWITCH.
Bouien, Mo., Sept. 27.—At 2:30
a.m., a fearful acoident occurred here
on a switch north of Bluhm's elevator
by which two persons lost their lives.
A special excursion train of eight f
coaches, carrying New York veteran
firemen on their return home from
San Francisoo, was passing eastward
at a rapid speed when it ran una
switch which had been lelt open
through carelessuess, and tbe tnin
thero collided with a freight train
standing on the side track waiting for
the excursion to pais. The freight
engine and tender were completely
demolished, and the passenger engine,
tender and baggago car were badly
wrecked. Jamoi Reed and Wa. Ramsay, two negroes living at Warrens-
burg, who were' boating their way
home from Kansas Oity on the front
end of the baggage car, were instantly
killed, and their bodies horribly
mangled almost beyond reoogoition.
Voteniii Bremen showed tha skill and
experience of experts in gathering up
the remains of the bodies and restoring
order from the chaos of the wreck.
Several regular passengers were bruised
and slightly injured.
{325,000 subsidy.
London, Sept. 27.—It is officially
announced that the Imperial government has granted a subsidy of £45,-
000 por annum to the Canadian Pacific
Railway, which, with the Dominion
government subsidy of £15,000, makes
u subsidy of £60,000 for a monthly
service between China, Japan, and
Vancouver, B. 0. The London rimes
congratulates the Imperial government
upon this stepand urges them to also
subsidise the Pacific cable from Vancouver tu China and Japan, with a
branch cable to Australia.
PARADE l'OSTl'OSIU.
St. Louis, Sept 27.—Owing to a stea-
dy rain this morning the Grand Army
parrule and review was postponed until
ten o'clock to-morrow.
NO CHEERS niR HILL.
S.MiATOiiA, N. Y., Sept. 27.—TbeDe.
tnociat state convention opened at noon
to-day. George Itaiiwrs of Rochester
was unanimously chosen temporary chair*
inau of the convention and nla allusions
to Hill and Cleveland were greeted with
applause. Somebody called for three
cheers for Hill hut they were not given.
IIANIIKD IIIMKtl.l.
Napa, Cal.,Sept. 27—LeonardKauaoh,
thirty nix years old, und a German, own-
initttrii snicido at tho asylnm yesterday.
When found he was hanging by a rope
made of part of a sheet.
A littlo 6-year old r-i'mnl daughter,
of h well-know New England clergyman, in doubting a statement by
her unole that the moon il made of
green cheese, was advised by the
divine to ascertain for herself. "How
can I, grandpa/" "Get your Bible
und see what it says." "Wliere
shall I beginl" "Begin at the beginning." The ohild safr down to
read the Bible. Before she had got
half through the second ohipter at
Genesis and had read about the
creation of the stars and the animals, came back to her grandfather,
her eyes all bright with the excitement of discovery: "I've {bond it,
grandpa! It isn't true, ibr God
mnde the moon before he had made!
any cows."
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tricOil is the best medicine I ever usud
for Kheumstism. Nearly every wiatar I
am laid nn with Rheumatism, and hava
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Taesaar Evenlac, Sent. 31, USI.
Born Fools.
In » despatch received yesterday
it was stated thut some of the wives
of the condemned Chicago anarchists
had declared that if their husbands
wero executed thoy would commit
suicide and those who had children
would kill them. Miss Nina Van
Zant is said to lie one of these fmi-
, atics, and one need not be greatly
surprised if she should be foolish
enough to carry her threat into execution. It will be remembered that
Miss Van Zant, who is a pretty and
accomplished young lady, daughter
of a rich and respectable citizen of
Chicago, became so gushingly enamored of August Spies, one of the
leading anarchists, that sho determined to marry him while he lay in
a criminal's cell. The sheriff very
properly refused to permit her to go
into the prison when he learned of
her crazy infatuation, but the marriage oeremony was actually performed, a brother of Spies responding for the absent bridegroom whose
power of attorney he held for this
purpose. Nina considers herself
Mrs. Spies, although it is probable
a marriage celebrated under such
circumstances would scarcely be considered binding by the courts. But
a girl who would make such a fool
of herself for the sake of a man
whose notoriety was gained through
a bloodthirsty determination to murder a lot of innocent citizens, and
raise the black flag of anarchy,
wonld very likely be rash enough
to finish up the business by suicide.
The crimes for which these men
have been sentenced to death are of
no ordinary character. For months
they have been sowing the seeds of
communism and anarchy, and concocting most diabolical schemes
with the avowed object of overturning all oivil authority, They used
every possible influence to incite
tbe people to violence, and deliberately laid a plan to massacre the
police and other guardians of the
peace and proclaim an era of dynamite and bloodshed. Few people,
perhaps, are aware of the extent
and completeness of the organization of which these dynamite fiends
are conspicuous members. For at
least live years it had been established in Chicago, although it was
not until 1885, during the great
strikes, that the organization hud
developed its most dangerous and
aggressive features. The large numbers of dissatisfied strikes out of
work, furnished just the sort of
material out of which to make "Internationals," and Spies and Schwab
and their fellow conspirators were
not slow in perceiving how propitious were the circumstances for the
furtherance of their ends. They
established two newspapers, one
printed in German and the other in
English, to incite the people to organize for the purpose of resisting
all constitutional authority. They
alio procured and circulated widely
copies of Herr Most's book on communism and dynamite. They hired
a number of halls in those regions
where loose characters and idlers
were wont to congregate, and in
these halls were held frequent meetings at which the audiences were
harangued by fire-bugs who strove
to convince them that the only deliverance from poverty and the oppression of monopoly was by means
of organized, aggresivo and relentless warfare. To men without work
and without ambition to lift themselves by legitimate effort from the
slums of life, these doctrines were
in many instances most congenial,
and they found not a few adherents.
Several regular societies were formed
in various parts of the city, whose
avowed object Was revolution by the
most drastic measures. Their movements were secret, and they had
halls where they met regularly once
or twice a week and exorcised in
regular rifle drill under foreign instructors. Not only wero they
taught to become expert in military
movements, and in rifle practice,
but they were also admitted to the
inner circle where the secrets of the
preparation and use of dynamite
bombs and other fiendish appliances
were made known. According to
evidence brought out at the trial it
appears that in Chicago there were,
in die spring of 1885, no fewer
than 3,000 of these armed nnd
drilled sceialists, of whom one of
the leaden (Parsons) said they
"were well armed with rifles and
revolvers, and would have dynamite
and bombs when they got ready to
use them." The meeting at tho
Haymarket did not take place until
the 4th of May, 1886, so that these
people had a whole year after the
spring oi  1885 to elaborate and
eut their military organization,
anarchist newspapers appealed
openly to the workingmen to take
up arms againit their oppressors,
the capitalists, and the use of dynamite wu freely recommended. Specific instructions were given as to
the bent way to handle dynamite
and mako bombs. Here ore a few
extracts (rom the anarchist papers,
which bad a circulation of nearly
6,060: "Eaoh workingman ought to
be armed. Daggers and revolvers
are easily gotten; hand grenades
are cheaply to be produced. Your'
passport to Eden « that banner
which talk to you in flaming letters
the word anarchy. Dynamite is the
eniincipator.     Administer instant
death, by nny and all means, to
every person who attempts to continue to claim personal ownership in
anything. Hail to revolution: hail
to the deliverer, dynamite!" The
bloody, campaign was to be opened
in Chicago on May 4th, 1886. The
plan was for n group of anarchists
to Ire plaoed near every police station in the city. A bomb was to
be thrown into the station, rind as
tho policemen rushed out in confusion thoy wero to be shot down in
cold blood so as to prevent organized
opposition to the anarchists. Then
all were to assemble in the heart of
the city nml begin the revolution of
blood by moving against every op
posing force and gaining possession
of the whole city. This programme
failed because of misconception and
cowardico on the part of tho revolutionists. Only ono bomb wus
thrown, and about 50 polico aud
citizens wore shot down, but tho
rovolt was squelched, and as a result these men nro now on tlio brink
of tho gallows awaiting a doom
which they richly deserve. And it
is for such fiends as these thnt Nina
Van Zant ond other respectable
girls are willing to sacrifice their
own lives! Tho spoctaole is not one
upon which one can look with complacency!
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authorised lo ncl us their Agenl In this
Province.
(Sigurd), A. _   LAWSON,
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NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
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Ladner-s Landing, b. O.
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J_ form tho people of British Columbia
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aulSto E. HUTCHERSON.
Wood and Goal.
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said company, payable on the 12th Sept.
inst. io tho Seoretary In thia city. Any
stock upon which mild aHSf-fismenl shall
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J.N. DRAPER.Seo.
Sopt, 5,1887. dseOml
asroTicB.
hi the Matter of tke Estate of WILLIAM
McKENZlE, late of Surrey, in the
District of New Westminctcr, deceased
intestate.
A LL SUMS DDK THE ESTATE OP
A the late William MoKenzlo must ho
paid to the undersigned forthwith; and all
persons having claims against the said
Estate must send ln their accounts, duly
verified, to the undersigned at New "Weslmlnsler oii or before the 20th day of October, A. D. 1887.
Dated at Now Westmlnstor the 20th day
of September, A. D. 1887.
OEO, WISE,
dseaoml Administrator.
3STOTIOE.
In Ihe County ConrtorNewWeilnilmtcr*
liohlen at Mew Westminster,
In the Estate of JOSEPH HAMBURY.dc-
ccasetl.
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
I the undersigned, or by W. Norman
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l      GEORGE ^VISE,
Administrator.
Dated Sept. 21st, 1887.
W. Norman Bole. Q.C,
dwseSml     Solicitor for Administrator.
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To Bridge Engineers
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THE HONORABLE THE CHIEF 0OM-
mlssloner of Lands and Works hereby
invites Bridge Contractors to submit
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sheets, and tender for tho construction nf
a Traffic Bridge, to cross the Fraser River
at LUlooet, up lo noon of Saturdny, 2ttth of
October next
Required—One clear span of iWO feet In
length; approach (on the west side) threo
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Eaeh tender mult ho accompanied by
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to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of
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to unsuccessful competitors, but will ho
forfeited by any bidder who may decllno
to oxociite a contract if culled upon lo do
so.
Tho contractor will be required to givo
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the contract price, for tho due fulfilment
of the contract, and for tho maintenance
of the bridge for a period of six months
from the dato of tho completion of tho
work.
. A plan and proillo uf the slit- can be
seen nt tho olllce of the undersigned.
W. H. (JORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lauds a Works Department,
Victoria, 11. C, Mh August, 1887.
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Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
ilwmlillo     Ts Hi PEARSON'
i!
CHILLIWHACK EXHIBITION.
THE HTKAMEIt
■&LADYS'
w
ILL LEAVE WESTMINSTER AT
4 a. ui. on
Wednesday, SKlli inst.,
For Chllliwhack. From Chllliwhack she
will proceed to Harrison, connecting there
with the Train to bring Victoria passengers to Chllliwhack.
RETURNING, Rlio will leave Chilli*
whack for Weslmlnsler on Tlmi'stlny
Evening,
She will okhIn leave Westminster for
Clillllwhuck al. I a, in. on 1'rldny, returning tho same evening.
Kclnrii Tlckcls, $-i. Freight at half
rates. dno2ltl2W
Nicomerid ami  Serpentine
Rivers Improvements.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, endorsed "Tender for Nicomockl River'!
und "Tendor for Serpentine River'1 will be
received hyLho undersigned up togatur-
riuy, Irsl October, Instant, for enlurghiK
the cut at the Dig licud of tlio Nicomockl
River, and for excavating a ditch through
Sections 18 and 12, Township 2, on tho Serpentine River in the District of New Westminster.
Specifications and drawings Including
conditions of tender and contract van he
seen at the Postotllces at Clover Vn I ley,
Elgin and New Westminster and at Mr.
Buck's store, Surrey, and at Mr. Punch's
Brownsville.
Tenders must bo made out on the forms
supplied.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Resident Engineer.
Puhl lo Works Department,
Victoria, 11. C, 14th September, 1887.
dsolHMSS
B
FOR SALE:
Valuable Property at Si>enee*s
Bridge*
iELONGING TO" THE UNDERSIGN-
od, consisting of two Lots.
IiOT X
Contains Sixty-four acres of land, forty of
which Is under cultivation. Thero is a
largo Store, 25x80t a two-* tory Hotel, OOsiOi
a largo Stable and .stalls for 2D horses;
three Dwelling Houses,with oeIlarfl,aud
n number of other.buildings, Two Gardens, ono of tliom about ono aero nnd a
half, aud one of the best In llrit Ifli Columbia, lu which Is growing to perfection
Applet,, Pears, Cherries, PIuiuh, Grapes,
Goosoben'li'!', Strawberries, Currants,
Ilt.KpbiTi'h'H, Ac, Ac. Thero is also a
Green House, heated by hot water pipes,
nnd containing n splendid oQlloeuon of
choice PIuiiK There Is also a Water
Ditch with tbls lot that enrrles over 100
Inches of water.
Contains nbout 250 acres of lniul.nno-tlilrd
of which is IH fur cultivation, On tbls lot
thero are about 1'rf) Fruit-Trees, 300 Gruno
Vines, ■iOOGoosetieiTvand Currant Hushes, and ono of the best Water Ditches In
tho country, which cost two hchsohs ago
8,1000.
For any one wishing logo Into the Seed
and Fruit busbies;-, Hits is u splendid
chance. Tho climate is unsurpassed nnd
the situation is Mm best In British Columbia for a market along tho line of tho C.P.
Railway. There Is already an established
business for Heeds, plants, frails, Ac, itm«
ountlng to over glHW a year, ami to one
who could manage nnd look after It him*
self a fortune.
For particulars ns lo price nnd terms of
sale, apply to the offloe of this paper or to
the proprietor, JOHN MURRAY,
dwsel2ml Spence's Bridge.
TIMEGARD
aTKAMEKB
V
VICTORIA, WESTMINSTER
And Up-ltlver Ports.
LEAVES TURNER, BEETON A CO.-S
Wlinrf ovory Tncstlay awl Friday, al
7n.ni., connecting with Str. "GLADYS"
nt Westminster.
Uetuniiiiif Wednesdays and s-iiunlaj*n,
ond connect I ng with O. It, A N. Co. Steamer for all points ou the Sound.
Leaves Wiso's Wharf evory Wednesday
and Saturday nt 7 a. m. for up-river ports.
Returning Thursdays nnd Mondays.
Leaves every Tuesday and Friday for
North Arm, returning sumo duy,
For nil particulars, apply to
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
or to      W. J. MATHERS,
dwau2lc Agent at Westminster.
WHITE
IS KING!
500,000 NOW IN U8E
(very Machine Guaranteed by tho
Company for l'lru Yearn.
Patties intending to pnrohun shoulil
call and examine theso celebrated Machines before buying any othor. All wo
ask is for you to givo thein a trial.
CHAS. J. ROBSON,
AOBNT KOR MA1N1.AN 11.
Also Agent for tho St. Thomas White
Bronte Monument Co., tho cheapest
and most dnrablo Monuments that oan
bo hid. dsofflto
The British Columbian
H.IJSITBU
CAPITAL, - $15,000
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EACH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-Class Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BY MAIL, PEA ANNUM,
Daily British Columbian,  -  -  $10 00
Weekly British Columbian,    -    2 00
Leading Newspaper on the Hainknd
HAVING BY m THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
BOOK AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At Moderate Rates.
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SPECIAL BUNKS 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.
2i£arj.ag-«x. TAIIii-i-IGIKJA^y.
TI13 skill of the Japanese iu tattooing ia
remarkable, and Dr. Baelz, a physician
in the employ of the Japanese Government, has iroinrnriniirated a large number
of curious and hitherto unknown facts regarding; tlio Strange ciutom of tattooing
aspriiirllned in Japan. As to its origin
there nothing very definite has been ascertained. It certainly in Japan has no
religiou.4 meaning or ceremonial attending it. Unlike some other peoples tlie
.liipruicse uninlly tattoo those portions of
the holy wliic!i are covered by clothing,
und yet it seems that the only pnrposo
the marks servo is that of personal adornment ; Among certain tribes oi other
rniiiitiies the chiefs nnd persons of distinction are eliibrrrately tattooed; in Japan duly lire lower orders of society and
very rarely women undergo the jjmcess.
A Jajiineae when ho desires to 1)3 tattooed goes to an artist with the design ho
wishes tn have indelibly imitated nn Ids
body. The artist skel'irlics tlie design
mora or less in full detail, as the circumstance, of the case may require, on tlie1
skin of his patron. Theu.takiiigawrKidcn
tool iu which Hue sewing needles lire
lirnily fixed, the artist applies Indian ink
or tl red color made from cinnabar to the
points of the needles, holds tho toot iu
the right hand, whicli rests on the- thumb
of the lel'l hand, nnrl pr.ir'ccdg to puncture .tin skin with marvellous rapidity, .
jiausiug at intervals to hike on the needles
n fresh supply of color. No blon I is
drawn except sometimes when a deep
shade is rcriuisltc, or when going over tho
elbows and knees. In a day a skilful
operator-en ri irorupleto a picture ro'iniring
a few.'hundred tliousand puiictures, In a
manner surprising for its accuracy, and
varied and delicate degree of shading.
When tlio work is finished the skin is
bathed with warm water, which gives a
slight pain to tlio patient, but brings out
the color with grant distinctness. The
only inconvenience experienced isnslight
feverish feeling, which soon passes away.
The liillooed parts are never irritable or
sensitive, and there need be no cessation
from usual work. At the end ot threo
days the skin scales off like bran from tho
iiii'uclnred surface, leaving the portions
blue that had been treated with tlie Indian ink, and those red which had been
touched with the cinnabar.
Peril, or Koirlcly ulrls.
"What are society's perils for young
women?" I just asked a "society girl,"
and she said: "In Washington, lack of
men." For girls this is true. There are
plenty of men in Washington. Perhaps
in no"city in tite United States is society
worth so much while as in Washington,
because so many distinguished men
gather there. In no party do you fail to
see groups, any ono member of which
would bo considered.worth making a
feast for in other cities. But tho distinguished raon of Washington scarcely
come to nn earlier period than their early
middle life. They aro in Washington
because they have already won more or
less eminence. Thoy are past the uncertainty, the hesitancy, thu unrealilv ol
life, ami are bent on definite pursuits.
Tlie young men, the natural mates for
the girls, are in other cities and districts,
practicing law, learning to edit newspapers, cantering over cuttle ranches,
preaching sermons to young women and
probably making a poor fist of it, exploring mines, earning money, winning fame.
Hy and by they will como lo Washington,
but iu that day our girls will not bo girls
any more, A very foiv of these young
men are in Washington, but very few,
hardly enough to go around. Consequently a girl who goes into society on-
ciitnters tlie peril of not finding mnny
stimulating minds among her younger
comrades.
And there are perils of five o'clock teas
ruinous to digestion and always the peril
of confounding tliu cakes ami candies of
life with its roast beef. "Society" is so
fascinating tliat girls are In danger of forgetting that it is refreshment and rest,
not steady work,   ' j	
The question as to what disposition Is
to bo made of the non-commissioned officers who have passed examinations for
second lieutenancies in the Army, will bo
settled by General Sheridan upon his return to Washington. No certificates
have yet been furnished the successful
candidates for this year, tor the oft repeated reason that in the absence of vacancies, existing and prospective, the officials have been unable to decide upon
wh it action to take in the matter. It
was the purpose some time ago to order
the candidates beforo.the Fort Monroe
Board and, after a class standing had
heen established, give them certificates
us usual; bnt as.there is no possible
chance now of any of them'getting commissions during the time allotted by the
regulations, it is considered by the majority of the officials useless forthe Government to undergo the expense incident to the examination.
The following is an abstract of the bids
received at the Navy Department, July
30, for the purchase of condemned vessels : Samuel P. Hedges, Greenpoint, L.
I., New York, i'ouAofatij appraised
value, $17,000; hid, $18,022,20. wTe.
Mighcll, San Francisco, s/iaiaiidoanj appraised value, $12,000; bid, $10,020. Lack,
airimia, appraised at $12,000; bid,$17,-
oai. HVliufff, appraised at $10,000; bid,
$1:1,030. Cyme, appraised at $3,000; bid,
HVJO. K. J. Davis, Vallojo, Ool-, Cyans,
i: :,:i. Ilurdettc Pond, Meridan, Conn.,
J'oiviiutan, $18,255. Thomas Butler and
Co., Boston, Mass. Pouhatan, $18,255.
Tannins Dottier and Co., Boston, Mass.
J'ttichatan,$18,100; Ticonderoga,appraised,
H.",HK),sold at $16,000. ~, T. Garratt,
Kan Francisco Shenandoah, $18,002: Lace-
«m iiino, $18,002. Waehutttt, $16\601;
1,'yriiir, 4,501. There were no proposals
to purchase the Tennessee, Her appraised
value was put at $35,000.
' In roviewlng the evidence given bo-
fare the coroner's inquiry held at
Plymouth into the recent fatal torpedo
b mt accident, Engineering remarks that
experiments ol a practical nature have
somewhat shaken our faith in the efficiency of the Ash torpedo, and it Is a
qu si.on whether fuller knowledge
inig.it not tend to show that we have
tak n the torpedo boat a little to readily
on trust. If such prove to be tho-case it
will be the boiler that will be found to
lie the weak plnco, and Indeed the fact is
pretty generally acknowledged. The
locomotive type of boiler is an adaptation
of an apparatus designed for entirely differ .mt purjroses, and it is perhaps not al-
togelher.to bo wondered at that it should
not quite fill the situation. Almost the
first time that a number of torpedo boats
have been simultaneously pressed to
their utmost two boilers have given out
iu a must-disastrous manner.
Tm Secretary ol tho Navy has about
decided to send Ensign Georgo W. Street
and Assistant Engineer, A. W. Stall to
Paris, where thoy will undergo an advanced eoiirso of training, the former in
the designing of ships, and the latter in
tho designing of macliiuery. It is understood that Knslgn Streot will receive an
appointment as Assistant Naval Constructor after his first year of foreign
study, lt ia said to be ihe intention of
the Secretary to send a number ol engineer officers abroad for advanced instruction In the art of designing machinery.
■ii' ■    )    '.i   .—est
Story of Hncoulnr.
A correspondent of the Critic relates
the following story of Macauluy : —
"When I was in London in the fifties,
among my haunts was mi old, low-ceiled
tavern, with a sanded floor two feet he-
low the level of the side walk, I used to
go thero and drink "all and 'aU' One
duy, while I was sitting beside a table, n
large mnn in tl cloak entered, His face
wus round, pale, and heavy but the eyes
wero bright, and bis busby eyebrows slid
up and down with quick changes oi expression. Ho sat down at tbe table next
to mine, nnd directly d waiter came in
with a big plate ol bread and cheese, and
a glass of ale, and set'it ttefurc him. He
ate und drank heartily, and after finishing his lunchsnt upright and restfd his
hands on a heavy cane. Suddenly, he
reached for his empty gloss and hurled it
on llie floor with all hla stiengih, smashing it into shivers. He sat for a minute
lunger, then got up slowly, 'tipped' tho
waiter, paid his reckoning at the Imr, and
misseil out. Ho had not ulteitid a word.
The waiter got a broom, swept up the
pieces uf glass, and cleared the table. I
asked him if the gentleman's intellect
was a littlo in neod of rHj.air. 'Oh no,
sir,' said he. 'That's noibing unusuul
with'im, sir. W'y, he's broke maybe a
'undred glasses sinse he's been a cumin*
to this 'ouse. 'K dout know when \.
does it. '£'s a-thiiikin', and it seems
like as ho got mad at something 'e was
thinkiit' about.' 'Who is hoV 'Lord
Mucaulay, sir.'"       V
i  •■■•    l.l/li.,,.    i     ■     I      bill.    I IJH      t i.Ct ■   I   1   '"■
the urydoek in llu Jfoiokjyp Aavy-yur.l
has been uwarderTto Simpson and \ !o., nf
Dos'tuh, for £1,0111,000. The rioek is to be
noi less than 483 feet iu length from th \
iiis'uto of the eopjng stone nt thu head of
the dock lo (he outer caisson' nbtttnumS
at the entrance. The width is Ut bo not
less than 125 foot, between the coping
from Bide to tide. The draught on sdl is
to be not less than 23 feet fi inches, width
on fioor not less than 40 feetan:lentraneo
80 feet wider. The work is fo be complete.} within 18 months. Besi lea, the
dock is to be fitted with iron caissons or
floating gates, pumps, boilers, engines,
pump houses, capstans, pollards, dis-
chtirgo and drainage rulvorls, and all
other attachments pertaining therero to
complelo the docks. Some of the principal advantages which tbe Simpson doi-ks
have beon. fount! to possess ovor store
docks as usually constructed, nrogivak't*
accessibility, better facilities for Shoring
nndrepnii-in-,' vessels, belter distribution
of light ami air, dryness nnd the greater
safety and comfort afforded the workmen
in freezing weather, especially in winter,
whon the adhesion of ice and snow will
be less upon the wood, and tho discomfort of tho damp, chilling air will be
largely obviated.
The Army ami Navy Gazette says: "If
it is true that tho Kussian Minister of
Marine bus decided that liquid lih I is to
he uned in the furnaces of tlie Teii-sme,
an ironclad of 10,000 tons displacement,
and protected with 10-inch armor, now
building at Sebnsbipo], we may expect
one of the most important questions of
the day to be settled uro long. It has
long been known that the small craft on
the Caspian were being run with liquid
fuel, nnd a ship of consul- rible size
trades, or did very lately, between tho
Tyne and Odessa, driven by petroleum
fires; but our engineers tjem-r.il I y have
not seen tb-ir way to overcoming the
dlim'utties that stand in the w.iy of u.Listing the enormous advantages that liquid
fn I imtlbiioToHlv oilers. Ono ton of ju-
troloum properly burned, will do the
work of itt leafit two tous of coal. .Space:)
of form and dimensions impracticablu for
co-d e;ui bo utilized for. iU stowage. It
mal;es no smoke to speak of, and requires
no stokers, That it will ho the fuel of
the future ye have littlo doubt; but
whether the difficulties that have hitherto prevented its employment for large
engines have now been satisfactorily disposed of is another matter.
Thr machinery of tho new cruiser
Chicago has been completely adjusted
and made ready forthe full power trial
at sea. The olilclal report of this fact
was made on July 20, but, owing to the
non-arrival of coal for the purpose, no
further steps have been taken looking
to this end since the above mentioned date. It is probable, however,
that some move will be made during the
coming week to get tlio necessary coal
and test tho machinery and builers of
this fine ship preparatory t • placing hvr
iu commission. The Department is not
likely to experience any difficulty in finding officers for the Chicago, the request
book being already full to overflowing
with names of would-be cruisers on this
vessel. Tho nppStirance of cleanliness,
which the Chimp is slowly assuming
under the steady operation of fine sand
aud holystones renders tlio superiority
ofthe vtssul every day more manifest,
and she bills fair to rank very high in
the scale of modern cruisers.
Fiiank B. Db Las Casks, who died at
Maiden, Mass., July 31, aged 84, was
born at Vallo, Spain, and was un officer
in the Peninsula war, although a mero
youth at the time, lie was in charge of
tha troops that blew up the prison buildings of the inquisition ul Hare -loiiii. He
was obliged to tloe the fiuli iti'y, and escaped to (iihr.ilinr, otnbni\;iiig tit me ■ for
Cuba, After landing in Cuba li - became
involved in the struggle for Cuban aiuo.i-
omy, and wus compelled to flee tu the
United States. Hero he has public.y r j-
ceived as a hero and as a friend of liberty, and wns welcomed to llie hom.wuf
Oov. Do AVitt Clinton nnd lmtuv others.
He was afterwards a teacher iu Williams
and Auihei-st Colleges, L'hauncoy Hull
School, Boston, and ut Cambridge.
The Philadelphia Inquirer nays; "It is
all very well for Secretary Whitney to
reprimand Admiral Luco for showing
American fisherman liow to keep clear of
the Canadian law, but why doesn't he
say a word or two to tne Canadian
authorities? If their interpretation of
the treaty is wrong, Admiral Luce cannot
mend it.
YACHTING) MATTERS.
—The schooner yacht Bounfton, with
her owner. Caldwell H. Colt, on board,
has sailed from Cowes, Isle of Wight, for
New York.
—The steam yacht Ouida is on a tour
of the St. Lawrence river. Hor owner,
Mr. Benedict, has he tragedians Kdwin
Booth and Lawrence Barrett on Board as
guests.
—Tho flrst prize for tho yacht race at
Bur-Harbor, Mo., on August 20, has been
increased to $300. The Voluntetn', Mayflower and Priscilla will be among the
■'contestants,
—After tho races of the Boyal Nova
Scotia Yacht club, nt Halifax, the yachtsmen will, bo enlurtuined on board hor
majesty's flagship iklleirption, at the artillery mess ami at tho yacht club. A
citizens' ball will hu given under the
auspices of the home club.
—Capt. C, A. Craven and a trained
crew will sail tho Mayjiower against the
Volunteer in the race for tho Uoelet Cup.
Capt. Craven has had command of the
Sappho, Idlci; Kmi\tte and .Halcyon, all
schooners, and the sloop iiiyinu, as well
as the cutters MmV/and Vindex.
gssis \js__x
Causes the Stomach and BcnVuhi la become disordered, an4 UlO V.l-ul-.: . j'^ul.l
to suffer from debility. Iu till liuuh
cases Ayer's PHIs givo prompt relief.
After much suffering from Liver and
Stomach troubles, I have finally botm
cured by taking Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
I always find tliom prompt and thorough
in their action, and their occasional use
keeps mo in a porfobtly healthy condition.—Ralph wecmau, Annapolis, Md.
Twenty-five- years ago I suffered from
a torpid liver, which was restored to
healthy action by taking Ayer's Fills.
Since that time I have nevor boon without thera. Thoy regulate the bowels,
assist digestion, and increase the appetite, more surely than any other medicine.—Paul Churchill, Haverhill, Muss.
INVIGORATED.
I know of no remedy equal to Ayor's
Pills for Stomach ami Liver disorders.
I suffered from a Torpid Liver,and Dyspepsia, for eighteen months. My skin
wan yellow, and my tongue coated. I
had no appetite, suffered from Headache, was pale and emaciated, A few
boxes of Ayor's Pills, taken in moderate
doses, restored me to perfect health.—
Waldo Miles, Oberlin, Ohio.
Ayor's Pills aro a superior family
medicine. They strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs, create an appetite, and remove the horrible depression and despondency resulting irom
Liver Complaint. I have used these
Pills in my family, for years, and they
never foil to give entire satisfaction.—
Otto Montgomery, Oshkosh, Wis.    tt
Ayer's Pills,
brand by Dr. 3.0. Ayer &Oo.,low«IJ,«us.
Sold by .11" '— —* ---•    •■  '-
1 Druggist, ud Doslers In Medicine.
Business Directory.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advert I kc men t s appear tn ttio BitiTisu Colombian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally arc liberal in their
dealings, and many persons make It a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson Columbia St
W. Norman Bole ColumbiaSt
Branch Ofllco at Vancouver.
Corbould A McColl.; McKenzie St
Branch Offico at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Ceoper Churoh St
Dr. J. C. Henderson Chilliwhack, B. C.
Dr. I. M. McLean McKenzie St
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson Ht
DENTAL.
C. E. C. Brown Columbia st
INSURANCE.
W.J. Armstrong fflre] ;...Court Houbo
II. V, Edmonds..... MeKensle St
T. R. Pearson fflre & life] ColumbiaSt
Hand Bros, [flre,llfeiao»d»t].Mol«hzloSt
' Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vie.
Turner,Beaton ACo. [tire] Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gnmnlu
[lire, life A iiecldom] ColumbiaSt
HEAL   ESTATE AUENOIBS*
W. N. Bole :'.. ColumbiaSt
Corbould A McColl McKenzie St
H. V. Edmonds McKenzie Ht
Hand Bros McKeiizio Ht
Woods Turner &Gnmble......Co!iimbiii St
ARCHITECT, At.
Clow A Mud lire Columbia st
U. W. Grant MoKcuile St
CONTRACTORS A BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros.,...
Beckett & Co	
.....New WcHfminster
 McKenzie st
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero Columbia st
driCk-maUers.
Beckett A Co McKenzie st
Manahan Hros New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
T, J Trapp , ,..Cylumbia Kt
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser* Leonard Vancouver
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
D. Lyal A Co Columbia st
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
T. lt. Peanon Columbia St
PRINTING A RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establish-
,   ment Columbia St
STOVES A TINWARE.
II. M. Cuuulnglmm A Co ColumbiaSt
GAS FITTINGS.
II. M. Cunningham A Cn Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C, J. Robson Colnmbla St
GENERAL MERCHANDISE*
W.R, Austin Front Ht
O. G. Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia St
0. McDonongh Front St
DRY GOODS, Ac.
Bon Marche ....ColumbiaSt
1. X. U Vanconver
Jas, Ellard A Co Columbia st
Ogle, Campbell * Co , Columblast
J. B. Phillips Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marche,. Columblast
Jan. Ellard * Co .Columbia Ht
Misses McDongall Columblast
TAILORING.
F. M. Leahy Columblast
WOOD A COAL,
W. It. Austin Front it
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, too.
V. 8. Curtis A Co ...Columbia 8t
BUTCHERS.
Hum. Dluklusou Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELERS
F. Crake Columbia St
Thomas GiiTonl Front st
BLACKSMITHING   A   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos, Ovens... Columbia St
Held A Carrie Columbia Ht
HOTELS.
Farmers Home IHoldon] Church St
LIVERY. AV.
Mainland Transfer Co ...Columbia St
BOOTS A SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Coi Columbia Ht
H. Kells..... Columbia Ht
Wm. Hobs Columbia St
BAKERY.
ADlebel FrrntHt
NURSERIES.
g. W. Henry Port Hammond
. Hutcherson .....I.miners
MONUMENTAL.
Alox. Hnnililon Church st.
Rudge A Monek New Westminster
.   NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Ull days ufter date I intend to apply
otShe Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 490 acres of land situate
on Texnda Inland, New:Westminster District, nnd described as follows:
Commencing at tho N. E, corner of the
H.E.tiot Sec.0; thence North40chains:
thDiice West 80 ehainsrtliencH Soutli 81)
ehains; thence East 40 chains: thence
North 40 ehains; thonce Enst 40 chains, to
point of commencement.
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, B, 0., June 18,1887.       dJo!J5ni2
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
(10 days after date I intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds und
Works to purchase 480 acres of land [more
or lessl situate on Toxada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.E.
ti <>f Hue. ll; thence South 80chnins; thence
Enst") chains to shore line; thence following nv-underlngiiaf shoreline In iinortb-
weslerlv direct Ion, 1110 chains [more or
loss]; thenco F.ustSSchalnstmoroor lessj
to point of commencement.
M. AV. TYBWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. 0., Jnne 18,1887.      dje2Sm!l
NOTICE.
XTOTIOE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
j\ days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and
Works to purchase 480 aores of land on
Texada Island, New Westminster District,
described as follows:
Commencing at Uid B. E. cornor of S.W.
Vto/St'c.3; thence East 40 chains: thence
South 80 chains; theneo West to shore
lino; thence followlnif meanderings of
shore line in a north-westerly direct Ion to
S. E. cornor of Sec. 4; thence North io
chains [more or less]; thence East 40
chains; thence North 40 chulns to point
of commencement.
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B. C, June 20,1887.       dJo25ui2
D.S.C1TMCB.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
New Westmlnstor, B, C.
dwinhlOto
Showing the Dates and Places or
Courts of Assise, Nisi Prlus, and
Oyer and Terminer, for the
Tear 1887.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ On Vancouver lilautl ]
Victoria ...Monday 10th Mny
Naiwimo Tuesday .7th June
[ On Mainland ]
NewWcstniinsler..AVednflBilay..,'lth May.
Kamloops Monday  fltli Juno.
Clinton Monday 18th Juno.
FALL ASSIZES.
[On Mainland]
Richfield Monday 131b Sepl.
Clinton  Wednesday.. 28th Sept.
Kamloonc Monday... 8rd Oct,
Lytton _ Monday 10' b Oct.
NewWestmlnster..Wcdnesiiny,.,ftth Nov.
[ On Vancouver liland ]
Viotoria Monday 281 li November.
Nanalmo Tuesday Oth December.
dapWd
To Saa Francisco, Cal.,
BX WAY OP THE
LBi
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any other
Route between
far Maul* and Su Trusk
Grand Scenic Route of the Facile
Uoail.
ONLY TWENTY MILES STAGING
Between Asliltnil and Cle%
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
Bolweon I'orllnnil and Asltloiirl, Cole's
nml Sim Prnnolsco.
Knrefrom Portlnnd lo finemmentoend
Sun Frnnrlsoor-J.lmlled FlrslClnss, frill
unlimited, inrwi limited emigrant, Ate.
II. Kirlilll.Kll, Manager.
E. P. ROOEBS,
clJcZJtr     lirrn. Freight A Pam. Agent.
What Phviiomni Sah About thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
Teacher Wanted.
fOR THE MOUNT LKMMAN PUUMC
School.   AppltcnllrjiiK must be nnule
Uio Blst. of Ment mber tn
K. .1. THOMSON,
Sec. Iloiml ofl ni-steoK, Ml. Lcliimin.
dwHt*r>ml
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDINGl_S0CIETT.
AMKKTINO   FOR   THK   DHAWINO
forthe KKCONH Al-l-UUI'ltl VTION
ofSIOOJwtll he lu'lrt ou (-nliir.Hy. <Ji'.ttil»-r
im, nt h p. in., in iii.' tioimnkwsK.
Memberssl.f woolto I" flrronVa^nhn'olpfti-.
Mclpnle.        WALTER .!. WAWCKi*,
tlHoaiUI Secretary.
"Trentmeut by Absorption hns for some
time been i-Pi-us'ilml by Medical Men to
betliciuotd simple ami effectual means
of convoy lm,' to Diseased OiKftnii, "Curatives," but in noses of Kidney Disease awl
Complaints attendant thereon, snccesnfiil
treatment, wits priiciicitbly impossible until the liitmdticMoii of tho Starr Kidney
i'-ul. It co-ds lesK Hum a Hinn;le prescription nud is Immeasurably mure decisii>c
and effective titan any quantity of internal
Medicinal thmiig. Worn immediately ovor
the soul of Disease, It* curative properties
liiTome ubsorbed hy the diseased ami cn-
leobledOvK.iiiB.ooiHinuou.'-ly and directly,
ns required to insure In return tlielr hotil-
thy aatlnn nnd original vigour. It Is com*
fortuhk' to the pili-'iil and plensaittln lis
(■flbett-, mu! euros wiien not hi hit else can,
Tlii'Starr Kidney l'ltd lu'compllsbes pwi-
tlvo, ilotiisive results. A more valuable
discovery n»j n true remedy fur Kinney
.Discuses wns never ovale.—Medical Gazette
The Starr tUdiicy Vail, tniinufiictlired
In Toronto. Is a ivnnanent eiire cure for
div'-isc*, dKniMers nnd iillinouti- of the
Kidney,-., Hiudiler uud urimiry secretive
hyitem, or attendant complnlutM. cnnslnu
]mtn In theiMiml) of the naok. sides,etc.,
prodiu'lnp urinni'v dls']|-ilH*s,snch ns too
jrct|iieiit, sc:iutv,diIIlcitU, painful drjiopt-
rms micturition, luubtlilyof ratoutlon nnd
liiidimcMiturv itvliic, dru-isk-nl symptoms
i«lo..il-no!lii.: llu'Vi-fli-onci'ln the syBtcm
<tf (Usoasescommon inihtMivhuiry secretive organs—known as Bravol, catarrh of
tbe bladder nnd piwkiw'B, Brlgbt's disenHP,
dinbettiK, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
Oto. Send for pamphlet to 1.AKOLRY A
CO., WlioK'sub) Aftenls, Vlctorln. lt«tuil-
ed he A. M. riEltltlNti nnd D. S.CUKTIR
,'.- CO., SO\v WcNtmhlNter; T. MoNEt3-
r.KY, l.if'.ner'p Lhtidliiu; It. MnDOWKI.l,
* CO..  lIASTTNdWf-iAW MIMi CO., TIIK
vAN-ncvKH initio co., Vancouver,
\V. K. M«:I;auTNKY A DHO., Vancouver
and Knmloops; 3. H. [.OVEM,» Yale: W.
II. MI5UAW.Pi lest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. tlwimMyl
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CO^P'f.
t Olu Huoau St. and 16 Pali. Mali,,
LONDON,
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOE INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings, Gooda, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships building and rehiring, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and iu Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOBS OR DAMASK BT PIKE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-61,600.000 BTGt.
Kates of Premium tnd overy iuforma
Hon ou lie obUintrd on •ppliiratiuii to
W. J. ARMSTR0NU,
Agent for New Westminster
mm
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
UnruiM Capital	
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
This 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, but the
well-established Hues, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public cun be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expended.
Its position Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance ln Canada.
IU policies are Indisputable after threo
years, and non-forfeltaule after two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable oasis. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uulform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal CokMIm* as te KesldeHee and
Travel.
J. K. MneDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Woslminhiei
Je7-2mo-alternate.
t & mm,
DEALER A IHl'ORTEK IK .
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
—AK»	
GROCERIES
TUST RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades anil material of DRESS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blaok and Colored Velveteen* and Hushes. COTTONS (bleached
aud unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, ke. Gray, White,
Scarlet and Cheeked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vasts. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, to., *c.
Men's Clothing!
For -Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino aud
WoolUuderwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, Ac. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash*
nroic, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HAT'S and CAPS, Ladies' and
Goute' RUBBER GOODS nnd UM-
BRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes,  Sheetings,   Towels,   White
Counterpanes, Ttlcached and Unbleached
Table Uuens, Napkins, Tickings, Blnnlt-
utH and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Co^rs.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in a first-class Establishment, and none but the best. Canned
Cooils, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I ilnu'1 «nvr * In-,!,- (jowls. I doit'l buy
ibeiii ur hvvii Hum, lint I od'er yon 111.
In Ml and nl Ihe Ittwwi price they mn lie
sold at, ami yon gel what we repnscal
dnoMtc
CLOTHING
GENTS'
FURNISHINGS
UMDHKLLAS,
Fancy Goods
I  uuijjui
TRUNKS,
VALISES
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Ol* ALL KINDS.
KIRSHBERG & LANDSBERG,
Next Door to Marten's Grocery,
Call and examine onr stock and bo con-) #**--!«„« e*     if«HMM...k.AH
vinccd that wo defy eompetlUon.      / COrOOVa Ottf VanCOUVOr.
au^-liiwU-
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Lil & IPESTMENT AfiENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND
, s
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St;, - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged In the above Company
and will Le carried on by the Company from tin's date as a general-Land Investment
and Insurance Agency,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May 16th, 1887. dwjettfe ,
CORRIG SCHOOL
Ross Bay, Victoria, B. C.
ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE LARGEST AND MOST
SUCCESSFUL
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS
IIT   THS   PBOVIWOB.
PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL
Akd Ixstructor in the More Advanced Classics, Mathematics k Book-kkehkq,
REV.   C.  T.   BE&EITTOST,   ^At.   J-..,
Unlvcrsily of Kings College, Windsor. N. 8, and Graduate of tbe.Provfnplal   .ormal
ColleRe.P'ton.N.B.
ASSISTANT IN KNGLISH, DRAWING, Ac:
THOS. F. WATSON, Esq., Certificated by the Science nnd Art Department of S.
Kensington, London, Q.-.
INSTRUCTOR IN FRENCH A GERMAN :-MONS. HE Mil J0BAKD.
PIANO:-E. MABVIN, Esq.
BRASS OR STRING INSTRUMENTSs-Prof. K U. BaEBNSTEUr.
Addlllonal VUltins Teachers will be obtained should tbe necessity arise.
The Christmas Term will Open Wednesday, Angnst 1711k 1887,
In tlie ClMsical i'oane pupils will bo prepared for tho Universities: and-in Hu-
ItaNlui'NH Conrse for positions in the Meroamtlo Houses of the Provinco. lu the lutler
Course TYPK-WRITING nml SHORT-HAND may bo learned. Tbe Mortem Ijuik-
HaseCoarse Is directed by a Gentleman of Inrso cxporlcnoe, and'under him pupils
enjoy l-Ue advantnire of nn neconipllsbed naUvo teaelier. The School isoui-ililetbe
City, and bv (he Men-side, with fl uores of Ph-y-erouiid, Fine braidnc air. Boat!PH.
Salt-wnter RuihlnK, CrleKet, Koot-ball, Ac. Not an acrident or caw (■/. (linos amotty 36
puvtts last year. Best School in the Province fur Pupils rec|uii-lnff thorough teaching
and attention. Good references required. Clmrgett moilrrafc. Circulars, Trs'tlmon.-
ials, and copy of School Nowspapcr, on application lo
REV.  C. J.  BREBiTON.
VlCTOBlA, July 80lh, ISft. Jwauliml
XtXJk.XJSTX.Jk.XS—,
Transfer Comp'y
NEW WE8TXIXSTKR, B. C.
Back, Stage, Liniy and Feed Stablos.
HAOK   RATES.
From tho Stand to any one point
south of RoynlAvenne.e'cIi person,?   25
From the Stand to any one point
within the city limits, one person..,     TO
Each additional person <.......      25
To or from Steamer or Train—same
as above.
Driving by the hour—tlrst hour.   2 CO
Following linurs-cucli »   1 50
Hock to Vancouver and Return 10 00
"      Port Moody and Return   7 50
Stables, tulnubla Street.
djeetc Telephone Cails-16 A St.
Should you want anything In footwear, call at
tho storo of Grant k Ma-
dure, Columbia Street, and
inspect their stock. They
have just received from the
East a new lot of Hoots, I
Shoes, Slippers and Moccasins, and although tli-y
havo not a $10,000 stock en
route, they have as good an
assortment us there is iu
the city. Thu public aro
also invited to iuapcet the
stock of Rubber Hoods that
has just arrived. Knbber
Ccmeiit, Bon Ton Polish,
Day k Martin's Blacking,
Brushes, Keel Plates, Shoe
Lifts and other artick-B too
numerous to mention, always in stock. Don't fur-j
get the place, Grant it Ma-j
dure, Cohmihta St., Weal-!
nihinter. dM'scOml    I
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
J|    ipiU|UUU|UUU
( 3ST El JS. B I, TT )
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
ilortlo AOENT.
-PO»-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
^—00 TO  !
A. DIESEL'S
FRONT STREET, Opp. C. P. H. WHABV.
<)se22ic
ThbCana-
BIAN NKK-
DLF Co., 40 A
48 Front HI.
TO AGENTS,
East, Toronto, get up tbe Nealeat aud
most Complete and Best Helling Needle
Package in America. Send 26 Cents for
Hample of New No. 4, Mulshed In Fine
Plush. Portlculars sent when stamps art*
enclosed for reply.
Don't worry if you are out of employ*
ment. Write to Mr. Kownr. 41 WeflinK-
ton street East, Toronto,   Send ■tamp*
for reply. dwrnylSmfi
New Westminster Das Co,
AT THE LAST MEETINC1 OK THE
Directors of tlio Has Company tli.
prlco nt Gas wns rerlncod to Three Dollar,
per Thousand Feet ou and after October
1st, 1887. EDWIN BAND,
• Secretary,
New West., Sept. 28,1887. dwIBinl
TElt.HOStClU.LHo.6.
kb. mit
WM McCOLL,
usnoral IrcUsj!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings
Groceries & Provisions.
I.UailltOM'H 11LOCK, Collirilliln  HI
riw-surllc
CHILLIWHACK
E
milF. UTKAMRH "ADELAIDK,'Vftrcom-
l panled by a Hiuks Band, will lciivo
Ewen A Co.'s wharf nt Oo'oloftk on the
Morning of the 29th Inst.
For tho purpose of taking--ExeurMontrtit
to tho 1 lilllln hmlt AsHcaitnnl Kidilbl*..
lion, and will arrive at Chllliwhack about
noon, returning the following mornlnv-r'
returning Now Westminster about 7 o\
clock. _____ ror tke Hound Trip, M.M. ;■
The Show this year is expected lo he ex*'-
eeptlonallygood, great preparations haw,
ing been mnde for the reception and accomodation of visitors. The uriaefi which
iho large and numerous will bo found ,
worthy the attention of nil and should'
not fall to call forth a henrty reHpntisiv-
from all Int3raated in tho prosperity of•*
tlio countrj'. .
An ExtenslTe Auction Sale or live
Stock
Will be held on the afternoon of Thursday, whon severnl valuable Driving and
Work Teams, Saddle, Buggy nnd Heavy
Draft Horses, Fat Cattle, Milk Cowx.PigH,
Rliocp and Poultry, aUo some very good
Kprlug and other Wagons, With a variety
•>t A-rrirnllnnil im»ienieHls and other
nrl kill's, will be offered for sale.
narTermBfltSale.
T. il. TKAPP.
dsol2td Auetloneer. THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
PUBLISHED
Knrj AflrnHM eie.pt Hand.;.
BYTSK
BRITISH COIUMBIMI PtlMTlMO COMPJWV OlMIUD.)
At tlie Company's Steam Printing Es-
tnbtlHUmrmt, Columbia St
BY   MAIL:
For 12 months • W 00
For (months ••• * _
For 3 months	
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
For Enionths M 00
Kor t months  » j£
Per month «...     _
Per wee* r     »
payment lu all cases (except for weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
MViniima Min fh m milt.
TrauleU «.e«IM«Be«s.-Flrst Insertion, loots, per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive lns.rtfon,acts. per
line. AdverUeemenU not Inserted every
day, 5 oU. per line eaeh Insertion.
Maedlit A*veHUeMe««s,--Rogular
Business or Professional Advertisements
will be received at following rates; 1 Inch,
« per month; 3 Ins. 13; k col. 15.80; _i col.
En; 1 col. lit. If Inserted for less than 8
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
riperlal notices among reading matter,
JO ctsTper line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, lOcta.
per Hue.
Births, Marriages and Deaths,II for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 50 ets. each Insertion.
Auellea Mies, whondlsplnyed.clmrged
!6 per cent, less than transient advts, If
►olid, eharged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
listed every ireOeuUy Hernial.
Delivered In the City, per year. WOO
uSlledlfmontihii!-!™
wtmv *mmiiHo Min.
TrsusslealA«verUieiseata.-Flrstlnser-
tlou, 10eU. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
sequent Insertions, 6 eta, per line.
•leading AdvertlseaseaU.-For 1 Inch.
11.50per month: a Ins. $2 per m.; 31ns. UW
per m.; I col. 1111.75 per m. If Inserted for
lets than a mos. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
SO ets. per line eaeh Insertion.
Vats must be all metal.and forlargeouU
aa extra rate will be charged. No advt,
Inserted In either Issue for less than 11.
MrPemons sending ln advertisements
should be careful to state whether they
are to appear ln the Daily Edition, or tbe
Weekly, or both.        _     ■ „
D. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Delta Stock Yards."  .H. N. Rich
Notice W. N. Bole
The atr. Dunsmuir on her trip to
Vancouver on Sunday took over an unusually large freight, whioh in all amounted to 60 tons. It was picked up
at tho landings between horo mid tho
mouth of tho rivor, and v.aa composed
chiefly of bay, straw, grain, fruit, vegetables and other farm products. The
return trip was small both in cargo and
passengers. The Dunsmuir leaves in
the morning with a largo cargo cf
general merchandise for Nanuimo.
The str. Irving left fur Ohilliivhaok
this illuming at 7 o'clock. Tho passengers were principally composed of
persons who go up to attend the exhibition, some as exhibitors and others
visitors, The freight was composed
largely of cattle, manufactures anil
fruit lent up for exhibition. Among
the cattle were Mr. (loo. Black's famous hones, and Mr. Hodgson's Durham
bull, the latter waa greatly admired by
all who had the chance of seeing it.
There ia how no laek of game on the
market, and tome now variety ia being
added each day. W. II. Vianen this
morning exposed snipe, plover, curlew,
partridge, grouse, wild ducks and
geese, not a bad showing by any moans.
The professional hunters are now on
the warpath, whioh accounts for tho
supply that ia coming in constantly.
large game is not plentiful yet but
when the weather becomes cold and
they leave the mountains for the low
lands the supply will be more than
ample. ......      	
Give Holloway's Corn Cure a trial. It
removed ten corns from one pair of feet
without any pain. What it hus dono
once it will do again.
Salmon Eoos.—Mr. Mox. Mowat
returned yesterday from Harrison
river, after having very sucessfully
gathered 600,000 salmon eggs. This
batch is the largest of er brought down
to the hatchery in one lot, and Mr.
Mowat considers them all that could
be desired. Tho salmon aro vory
plentiful in Harrison river nt present,
and the whole gathering of 10,000,000
eggs is expected to be made in a much
less time than lost year. Mr. Mowat
returns to-morrow for anothor lot.    *4
gaill} British Columbian
TaeMay ■vealag, Sept. tt, last.
Tha ttr. Rainbow arrived at 4:30
o'clock with about 20 passengers.
The Liberals of Winnipeg have decided to push the protest against Mr.
Smith.
Revival services are being held in
the Presbyterian church each night of
this week.
New Fall Millinery—Just received
at Jaa. Ellard & Co.'a the latest styles
in Fall and Winter Millinery.    se20to
Special services will be held in the
Presbyterian Church to-night at 8.
"^v. Mr. Tait will address the meet-
ar-"' ■'"'i '"■"-         dseme
,r»Ti' ...rf.-nr.it llAfil
the fint day of the exhibition (Wednesday) will be taken up altogether by
the judges. The public will not be
admitted until Thursday, ot 9 a.m.
There is a broken plank in tlie
bridge on the Port Moody road, just
beyond Sapperton, whioh ought to be
replaced at once. It is quite danger
out.
The steamer Gladys arrived down
bam Harrison river last night, with
freight and passengers. She leaves in
the morning at 4 o'clock for Chilliwhack.
Work on the Bank of Britith Columbia building hat been temporarily
suspended, owing to the galvanised
iron cornice work not being ready for
the teoond storey.
Tha traffic receipts of the Grand
Trunk railway for the week ending
September 10th were 1397,638, an in-
crease ol (23,407 compared with the
corresponding week laat year.
The Moscow Gazette openly avowt
sympathy with Dhuleep Singh and
adds;—-'Thepeople of India believe
that Russia will sooner or later free
them from the British yoke,"
The trafie receipts of the Canadian
PaciBo railway for the week ending
September Uth were t243,000, an increase of 124,000 compared with the
corresponding week last year.
Hr. G. Jordan, of Goodwin & Jordan, pianoforte makers, Victoria, will
he in the city for a few days, and will
receive orders for tuning and repairing
at D. Lyal A Co's. bookstore. dse27!2
The Wettmintter Band hat been
tent for to go to Chilliwhack and assist
in enlivening the proceedings with its
tweet music. The bond will go up on
the tteemer Irving on Thursday morning.
When symptoms of malaria appear, iu
anv form, take Ayer's Ague Cure. It
will prevent a development of the germs
of disease, and eradicate them from the
system. A cure it warranted in every
instance,
The salmon run last night was much
better than the night before; the catch
wat chiefly cohoet. Among the fish
brought inwerotwomagnificicnt salmon
trout, which weighed 22 and 34 pounds
respectively.
Apainphet has been circulated in
St Petersburg announcing that the
Norganintion of the Nihilists hat been
fully successful, and that the central
of action are provided with everything
requiiite for carrying out their plant.
Meetn. Ellard Ar Co. have just received direct from the English mtnu-
facturtn, in the newest and most
fashtoaebU itylie, a large consignment
o! dolmans, mantles, jackets and ul-
etere, lor ladles and children, for fall
and winter wear. dte21tc
When the system is debilitated by dl«-
ease, it should be strengthened and »-
■owed with Ayer't Sarseparilla. Thlt
itNli invariably prove. Iu.ll worthy
at all that oan be said in its favor. Sold
h* dragglsta and dealers In medicines.
met IT Six bottles, |5.
Tin road between thia city and Port
Moody it now in excellent condition,
•leapt beyond Ih* junction of the
Clarke trail. Then are several bad
holes than which ought to be filled up
with gravel. Although Port Moody is
not booming jast now, there isa daily
stsge between It and thtt oity, and
tontidernble travel.
A Hakmi-ess Runaway.—This
morning a horse, attached to an express-wagon, standing on tho C. P. N.
Co,'s wharf, took fright at tho sound
of the steamer Irving whistle and
made a dash for the gate-way. Boforo
anyone could stop the animal, it was
out on the street, aud making a safe
turn, started towards Chinatown at a
lively rate of speed. Unfortunately
for thesuccess of the runaway the horso
turned up Mary street, which being
very steep caused the speed to slacken,
and before Columbia Btreet wus reached the animal was caught and return.
ed safe and sound to its owner.
Pleasant al lyrup; nothing equals it as
a worm mediiilne; the name is Mother
Gravet'Worm Exterminator. Tire greatest worm destroyer ot tht age.
At re Aoaik.—Speaking of plagiarism, we hope our esteemed cotemporary of the Colonist will not consider it
impertinent if we ask where he got
that editorial on " The Sun's Distance"
which appeared in his ibsuo of Saturday I We happened to road the very
same article in the Toronto Globe nbod
three days ago, and it appears in our
Viotoria cotempr.rary'a issue rrf Saturday as ah original editorial uvticlc!
We are afraid thero is some ground for
the Calgary Tribune's remark: " There
is not much fear of the Colonist ever
miking the mistake of giving a
wrong credit, as ,it steals persistently
ind continuously from tho Tribune
without ever giving any credit whatever.
 « -♦..«	
The cheapest medicine in use is l)r.
Thomas' Klectric Oil, because so very
little of it Is required to effect a cure.
For croup, diptheria, and diseases of tho
lungs and throat, whether used for bath-
Ins the chest or throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it is a matchless compound.  ^^^^^^^^^^
e)nee Mere Vlrlorlons!
The great international yacht race is
over, and. victory once mora sits
perched on the back of the screaming
eagle! The race was scarcely a fair
test of the merits of the yachts, for
the wind was variable and in streaks.
It will bo seen by the bulletins in our
special despatch that the Thistle gained
perceptibly on the homo stretch. Tho
second race comes off on Thursday,
and the third on Saturday—and possibly the Thistle may yet tako tho
cup: whoknowi"    	
Tke CaaadUB Mac laksMlsed.
At will be teen by our despatches,
the Imperial government have at last
decided upon subsidizing the Canadian
Pacific Steamship Lino. Tho amount
of the subsidy is ubout $225,000,
whieh, along with the 875,000 to Iw
granted by the Canadian government,
makes in all a sum sufficient to unsure
a regular monthly service for tho future. It wat rumored a short timo
ago that the C. P. R. would discontinue those steamen after tho end of
the year, as the freight offered would
not be sufficient tn pay the running
expenses of the vessels, This, of
course, /will not now be thought of,
and the probabilities are that early
next spring newer and foster vessels
will be put on the Vancouver-Hong
Kong route.
A Had CMC.
On yesterdays train from the east
there arrived a young man named
Samuel Chatters, who was suffering
from an attack of insanity. He was
handed over to the police, who took
charge of him until this morning when
a medical examination was held and
he wat committed ai insane. It appears he formerly resided in Minneapolis where he had an ottnek of brain
fever, superinduced by sunstroke,
and from which he has never throughly recovered. Having two brothers
residing in the province, and thinking
the change of air might proveof benefit
to his health, Charters started for this
city, and as above stated, became do
ranged while on the road. Tho doctors are of the opinion that tho derangement will only be temporary and
thut he will recover in a short time.
Charters is now in charge of Mr.
Moresby, there not.being room lit
present, for his admittance into tho
asylum.
city council.
Tho council met lust night in the
council chamber. Present, hia wor
ship Mayor Dickinson and Couns.
Bonson, Duncan, Hold, .Tuques, Curtis
and TCllintt,
OOMMII MUTATIONS.
A petition from the residents of
Clinton and Pulluun sts., asking for a
lamp to bo placed ut tho intersection of
said streets. Uoferred to lamp committeo with power to act.
A petition from the residents of
Cunningham street asking for certain
improvements.    Lair) over.
From James Cunningham asking
that tho culvert.across Mary at., near
his property, be lengthened, and for
other improvements. Referred to
board of works.
From Jessie Cowper asking for lease
of wator lot 35. Ordered to be granted.
From W. E. Fuloa asking for $100
damageB for an aocidout that occurred
owing to the defective state of abridge
ou Columbia streot.   Laid over.
From the secretary of Dominion
government ugent convoying to tbo
city tho lease of certain property.
Ordered to be acknowledged.
From W. N. Draper forbidding any
workmen employed by the city from
trespassing on sub-div. 7, lot 22,
block 36.
From Edward Rand stating that u
company was being formed for the pur-
poso of sinking an artesian well 2000
feet deep, for the purpose of finding
water, coal or minerals, and ailing for
assistance from the council.
The city olerk was ordered to notify
Mr. Rand that the council were unable
to assist the scheme, funds being so
scarce.
From R. O. Lund asking for the
grado of McNoeloy street. Referred
to board of worka with power to aot.
From Ellis & Co. in connection with
the Westminster number of the Colon-
ist, asking for the pedigree and history
of the mayor and council, for publication. Also sending two pages of the
lithographs to appear in the edition.
Moved and carried that 1000 copies be
purchased.
From A. E. Gray, of the San Franoisco Journal of Commerce, stating
that ho had been specially detailed to
prepare the material for a special
number of the Journal for Westminster
and vicinity. Alto stating he had
brought an artist of high ability with
him to tako sketches and views of the
eity. Referred to a committee composed of the mayor and city clerk,
11H.1.S AND ACCOUNTS.
From tho Royal City Planing Mills
Co. for lumber, $108.64. Referred to
board of works.
From Sylvester Oadden, for work
on Fife and Gloucester streets, $7.50.
Ordered paid.
KEfOllTS.
The following report from tho city
solicitor was read;
Silt,—Replying to your letter of tho
14th inst. respecting the payment of
the bonus to Woollen mill in pursuance
of the Woollen Mill bonus by-law, 1886,
I bog to say that by sec. 7 of that by-law
, tho following conditions have to be com-
Sited with before tho payment of the
onus can be made;
(1). The conditions as to machinery
and capacity of mill have to be complied with and government bonus of
$20Q0 first paid.
(2). Tlio company aro required to
deliver a mortgage of the mill property,
including machinery, etc, in the sum
of 81000, aa a guarantee for the operation of the mill for 3 years.
(3). Such mortgage is required to be
approved of by a resolution of the
mayor and council. When the foregoing conditions have been complied
with the council may then be called on
to pay the bonus, but not until they
are so completed. The only condition
complied with is the commencement af
operations at the mill. The payment
of the government bonus and the execution of the mortgage required by
the by-law precede the payment of the
bonus by the council.   Yours truly,
T. C. Atkinson.
To James A. Robinson, Oity Clerk.
Coun. Elliot reported that Mr. McCrady was not entitled to any extras
in hu contract as the work was not
finished properly.   Adopted.
Coun. Duncan reported that the
moat the oouncil could do would be to
build a 36.foot roadway to Wobster's
wharf.
Ooun. Elliot moved the report should
bo reforred to the board of works with
power to act.   Seconded nnd carried.
Criun. Jaques reported on the filling
in nf Douglas st. that he had been unable as yet to furnish the required information.   Adopted.
Coun. Elliot roporlod F. W. Mo-
Orady would supply gravel delivered
on certain portions nf Front and Col-
umbiii ss at 75ota. and90ets. per
cubio yard respectively. Referred to
board of works with power to aot.
Tenders for improvements on Mo-
Kay, Montreal and F.irtusque streets
were read again. Laid over for one
mouth.
Coun. Curlis said he ihuught the
council waa working with the carl beforo the horse. Ho was of tho opinion
that a collector should bo appointed to
collect taxes. Tho dry had not sufficient money tn pay ouu third of its
debts, and ho did nut boliuvo iu running into now schemes until the finance
question waa settled,
Moved by Coun. Jaques, seconded
by Coun. Curtis, that the linanco committee be authorized to appoint some
person to collect taxes, and for them to
make the belt terms with the said collector as possible,   Carried.
The city clerk read a resolution to
sell by auction at the Colonial Hotel,
on Oct. loth, the following property;
Lots 14,15, and 20, block A; loti 4,5,
0, 8, 9,10,11,12,13,18,19, 20, 30,
35, 30, blook B; loti 10 tn 15 and 21
to 35, block D; loti 8, 9,10, bloek E;
lots 1,2 and 3 and 14 to 36, block F;
lots 14 to 19, 25, 28 to 32, 34 to 42.
block Hi lots 34, 35 and 38, block K.
There being no further business before the oouncil, His Worship declared
the meeting adjourned for two weeks.
Personal.
Mayor Dickinson, went up to Chilliwhack this morning.
A. O. Hastings of the OgiKio, Milling Co., is in Uio oity.
Wm. Edson, Port' Moody's merchant tailor, was in the city yesterday.
D. W. Higgins M. P. P. and James
OrrM. P.P., left for Ohilliwhaok this
morning to lie present at the opening
of the exhibition.
W. C. Steves, who has boen spending his vacation in this province, left
to-day for Toronto where ho will relume his studies at McMaster Hall.
The following aro at the Colonial'.
Lieut.-Gov. ind Mrs. Dewdney, C.
H. Gridleslnne, Winnipeg; Alex.
Cliurlcai.n. J. L. Middlebrook, Vancouver; H, Read, Chilliwhack; M.
Mowat, Harrison River; Geo. Black,
Sam. Brighouse, Hastings:, W, B.
Stanley, Toronto; C. E. Pierrepont,
Macclesfield, Eng.
The Hon. Edgar Dewdney Liout-
Govornor of tho Northwest Territories
accompanied by his wifo Mrs Dewdnoy
is in tho oity, at present and stopping at tho Colonial. Yesterday Govornor Dewdney received calls from
many of hia old timo friends, with
whom he was associated in the early
days of the province. It is understood
he will go up to Chilliwhack for the
purpose of seeing the exhibition.
•r *-^-. . .
Thf.be ASECiiEAr Panaceas for various human ailments continually cropping
up. Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure has no affinity
with any of,these. Unlike them, the
article is derived from the purest sources,
Is prepared With the utmost chemical
skin, and is a genuine remedy and not a
pallatlve for (Biliousness, Constipation,
Kidney troubles, imyurlty of the blood,
and female complaints.
FALL SHIPMENTS.
STAPLE
DRY GOODS!
CLOTHING,
RUBBER  GOODS,
■**
New Goods. New Goods!
JUST OPENED OUT.
BIRTH.
HODGES.-At Laduer's  Landing, Sept.
15th, the wife ol T. H. Hodges, Esq., of a
son.
WholcfnteOlVHarKet.
Oata          "   160® 175
Cheese,            "   H.
Cord wood (retail) per cord.
.... 0 20a ooo
The Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr. Le-
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative Organs in Females.
They are first enclosed in an airtight
capsule, and by this means made to re.
tain their full 'strength for years in any
climate. Ask us ror private circular.
A. M. Hehiuko k D. S. Curtis b Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeclcy, Lad.
ner's Landing; H. McDowell b Co., Van-
couver; Pimbury b Co., Nanaimo; T.
Flokard, Donman Island; A. R.Johnson
kCo„ Chemnimia; R, 11. Richardson
Cowichan; Vi. E. McCartney b Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouvor
Drug Co., Vanconver; 3. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. K. M6gaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
b Co., Kamloops; Lanolev b Co.,
wholesale atients, Victoria,    dwse28yl
Ogle, Campbell
AND COMPANY,
Columbia St.,,.. Kew WesLmiufcer.
3STOTIOB.
NOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
intend applying to the Chief I'om-
missloner of Lands % Works forpcrmU-
Hton to pm-ulmne 32ft aeres of pastoral land
in the Osoyoos Division of Yule District,
described ns follows:—Commencing at a
post abont one mile and a half from the
mouth of Itock Creek and running north
80 chains; thence east 40 ehains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 40 chains to
point of commencements
JOHN CLARK,
Per J. O. Haymcs.
Osoyoos, B. C, ailh Aug., 1887.    dselSmS
O
$32.30
NLY TWENTY-TWO DOLLARS and
fifty cents for a splendid
NO. 8 COOK STOVE
(Harney's t'elclmiletfHaUe)
WITH AIL   THE FURNITURE,
 AT	
Jas. Cunningham's '62 Stand
COLUMBIA STREET.
dselflwa
NEW DRESS STUFFS
PLUSHES AND TRIMMIN $
ITH-W X^J-XjX^   SHADES
James Ellard & Co-'s
dwsolto
AU BON MARCHE
T. PAUL'S CHUROH. Services overy Sunday nt 11 a. si. and 7 k m. In
Church, St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are conllally Invited.   Sunday School at !!.30 p.m.
(relate)
tlio l
VVETHODItT CHURCH, Mary St,
1V1 Rev. J.H.Whlte, Pastor. Services nt
11 n. m. and 7 p. m. - Hutiilny School and
Bible Glass 2:au p, in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. in. Seats freer strangers
conllally Invltorl. Je7-te.
T>APT1BT CHURCH, Agnes Street
P Bast of Mary Street. Rev. Roliort
Lennie, Pastor. IxmPH liny Services at 11
a. ra. and 7 p. ra. Hnbbuth School and
Bible Class al 2:» p. ra. All seats free;
strangers conllally welcomed.   d-do2Jtn
ItfllON LOOI1K Ho, 0, A. K.
A A. M.—Tire regular Communications of this Lodge an
.    .    . held on I lie flrst Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren arc cordially Invited toattend
PBTEn GRANT,
feaa-lo Secretory.
Ai
Job printing ot all kinds neatly dono
at the Columbian offloe. Prices will lm
found as low as at anv other ollloo in
the province — Aih
The British Columbia
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
EXHIBITION
OB-   1BS7
ElUtjBE'tiBtoiAB'frUB GROUNDS
of iho Chilli whack Agricultural Ho-
.' AT CENTREVILLE, on
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday,
21th, 28TH ano 30th SEPT., 1887.
The pamphlets of the Association will
be tilHtrtbuicd ln a few days.
The Ohtlllwhack Agricultural Fair
Ground has been enlarged ami contnliiH 4
acres of ground and is woll furnished
with commodious Rheds and pens for
stook. Tho. Agricultural. Hall is under
way and will he finished ln a short time.
A. C. WRM.S,
President.
GEO. W. CHADSEY,
Secretary B.C. Ag'l As'l'n.
fiumiis, B. C„ Aug. U, 1887.        dwnul2td
WOTIOEL
ment
... A. COUOHEIX, of Chilli,
wliaofi has thin dny union mi tuwlgn-
t for the benefit of his creditors to
A Lucky Escape.—''For six years
I suffered with my throat and enlarged
tonsils. I was very weak; I doctored
four years and had advice from three
doctors; they said I would have to
undergo an operation, I tried D. B,
B. Instead. One bottle cured me."
M. A. Squelch, Raglan, Ont.
I,oirlH Philip Kcksloln. All licrsons having claims against the snld Ueorge A.
Coughcll are requested to send the same
'   tin      "    *      '   ' '	
e tllltlciidghcil nt New WeKlmiiisler
on or befole the 20th Oolnlirir, 18X7.
W. NORMAN BOt.K,
Solicitor for Assignee.
Salad mill Sept., UW. dwserfml
Delta Slock Yards!
LADNER'S LANDING, B. (!.
Mil. H, N.  HICH HAS IIKL'RIVKD
Instruction* to sell by
A-CPOTIOIT
In th*-above yard*, on
WedneBdar, Qot.12fh.1887,
60 HEAD OF CATTLE
Including 15 Dairy Cows and Calves, ft)
head Prime Beef Cattle, fi yearling and
a-yenr-ohl Helfem A tileen, 1 Bull,
10 Work HoraoH, and an assortment of
AGRICULTURAL   MACHINERY.
Also, a Consignment of
Including all   varieties of Apples and
I-CJH7-, from Mr. E. HuteheiKon-n
Mainland Nursery.
TKUM8.-Under $50, ouhj over that
amount, approved notes at flO days,
Rale eommencoH nt 11 o'eloek precisely,
Fuller parttculan may be obtained of the
nunlloneer, Ladner'i Landing, B. C.
A RARE CHANCE
 ton A—
FINE FARM.
MY ONLY SON BEING DEAD. I DE-
hIkti to retire from fanning. I there-
offer to sell my Homestead, one of tho
brut Farms on tho Lower Fraser. The Us*
talc oontalm 215 acres, including over 8
acres of Orchard, with House and largo
Barn. WM. KENT?
liiidner's Tending, Aug. 23rd, 1887.
»loii2frot.-w31te
W.R. AUSTIN,
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
HCay and Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AMD COAL DELIVERED TO
ANY PAST OF TBE CITY.
We run two bOikch daily, except Sundays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S, malls,
Ae no liquor or tobacco Is used we oan by
temperate habits and careful economy
serve tbo public at especially low rates.
dwseSOto
Henderson Hall.
Just Arrived, Another Large Consignment, consisting of
Ladies & Children's Ulsters
DRESS  GOODS,
Kid & Cashmere Mores, Merino & Cashmere Underwear,
CORSETS,
Hi's MM Goats, Cardigan Jackets,
Fnr Trimmings, Tinsel Macranie
Cord, Fancy Hair Pins, &c.
ilwso20tc
WALKER & SHADWELL,
Columbln St., Xcvv Westminster, U. ('.
Tj^ILOGRIN C3-
F. M. LEAHY, THE TAILOR,
COlamblft St., Over D. Drysdale & Co.'s, NEW WK8TMINSTKU, li. 0.
Has just Received a Largo and Woll Seloctcd Stock of
Cloths, Tweeds and Cassimeres,
Which ho offers to make up at EKASONABLE BATES.   A perfect lit gimrriiiteeil.
ilwnurJOtc
W. PROTHERO
Is not Dead yet, but still a Live Furniture Man, and keeps the
Best Assortment of
Furniture, Mattresses, Lounges,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC,
In the City, at the Lowest Living Prices.
Call and Examine my Stock.
•W*". FBOTHEBO.
ilwsclOte COLUMBIA STREET.
lew Store! lew fioodsf lew Prices!
D
UniNO THK PROVINCIAL
cultural
EXHIBITION,
A Grand Concert
W1M. UK UIVKN ON
Wednesday Evening, 38th Sept.
Ball and Supper,
Thursday Evening, 30th Sept.
Mr All nre conllally Invited,
A FIRST-CLASSRESTAURANT
Running Night nml Dny during tlio
Fair, upstairs, la Henderson Hall.
 AXSO	
An Auction Sale!
Horses, Cattle, Wagons, Harness, &t., 4c,
ON TNIIMDAY AFTERNOON, MtH KPT.
At Henderson's Food and Hiile Btnblos.
We nlso have t'onr fliiod Farms for Silo
on easy terms,
HENllKllSON BROS.
Clilllhvlnii'k.lSl.h Hc|il.,1iwr.     ilmwUtil
J. E. PHILLIPS.
Glojhjng, Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Hard k Soft Felt Hats, Rubber Coats, &o.
70 C0LUM1IA tTIEET, NEW WEITMIN8TEN,
dwseglte
OPPOSITE TEI.EUHAPH OFFICE.
Watclunatollan»fa«ti]ring Jeweler
(OPPOSITE THB DANK)
FOMENT MMMOEN OF TNE WATCHMAKING DEMNTMENT OF IAVA0E 4IVMAN, MONTNIAl.
Watches-, Clock*. Jewelry and Plated Ware, Bogerm' Bent
Hllver-nlatcd Knives, English Spoon* and Fork*,
Plated and Pure Nickel.
AU. OK THB FINEST QUALITY AND WWEBT l'JUOBS.
Patent Dust-proof Watoli Case, Waltlirim or Elgin movonunMIl 00.
aold-niled WtiA Cases, stem-winding Waltham or Elglii-I37.t0| rriiso w«
wear rV years. il*llwr Until Hunting stem-winding Watolros-SOT.60.
Agent for the celebrated Perfected Mpectacl.s Mil KyfCltssrs of Lasanil A tiot-.
rls. Anyone having a dlflloulty to obtain Glnnsos to seo eltrrrly, give mo a cnll and1.
try the natent trial frames.
NVFIne and Complicated Watches nnd Ohronomotors repaired nnd adjusted.
English Wntirli Repair* a specialty. ....,,., _   .
Sir Charles Tupper sont Lady Tiipporrs Watr.li to tlio makers, limit, of Coclapar
udon (after Having treen lu tlio hand* of 10 or 12 watchmaker* In Canada anil
  Hunting,
-137.G0; ciiho warranted to
..... indon (after littvlng li'     .. -	
llio United Htates). Horit had ll. for one montli nnd sold liocmiltl not mukeltgo. It
WM brought back nnd given to Mr. Ornke,*liico which ll. has given porfect satisfaction
nnd recommends him as a Ann workman.. dwseSito
Thk Columbian Piimmu Ehtaiiusiimknt has 6r8t-oUis faoilitiea lor
all kinds of Commercial Printing.    Bill Holds. Ltttor Headl, ClrCUlirt,
Cardi, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory (inscription, Posters, Dodgers,
PrlOO Lists, &c.   Prioes will Iw found nn low aa at any othor oft'ico when
firtt-clnii work it done.

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