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4
VOLUHK*
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUfBDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1888.
■ryWOMr* SMITH, H.D.
iimOR-Xllukson Slreet.oppoelterea*'
irnin.iieo or Colonial Hotel.
J   KKMIDHT-IOB-Arnes St., oppoelte M»!
I llHjitliitdliui-oh. Telephone No. 28.
1   omi'l' HOURS-IO a.m. to 12 noon; 3
Ito 5; nir.l H::W to I p, m. dnolOto
I   II. MAOCllAjr, B.A., «.o„d.M.
OKFlCEi MoKensle Street.
!*. K, 11 iKITOE; Asne. street, third house
i-ii'ir. Mnry street. Telephone Ke. 17.
iit-VICIS HOURS! lOtoU; 8tot! ItoS,
d-del3te
I I I    II, CQOPHB, B. A..M. P., j
'     _ tttVaiolANisuaOBOii.
IP. W"M^jr
t
DENTIST,
lu.airn 'II; -1'! --1 n'*-■. I"- (Solonlil Hotel
or.ion Hours-is to I. i' ! ./.- dfelto I
(£/• ;-;/ * BEjhfislT, ''t a
I Omen — Ovor Bank ol B. 0., corner
Marry and Columbia Stroots. ...  .
Hoinw-O a. m. to 1 p. m.       dwJySOto
ll.ii'i.1 r- -      it-:-" —2L
>■  ■
A. SMITH,
DE8TIST*.'
[iraduato bl Penn' colleje or Benlkl Bur-
I nery, .
' (ImcES—Bonk Building.
ilTrmhlUtc
|inRU»l:L>*Men*LL.   /
B.VRRISTXRg,
; ,;•. ,i; ;i   r^wcraoaB,_si!a
IiIom. Masoiilo Bnllillniis.KewWestmin-
[.ter, and Vancouver, B. C.     |y31d»to
0. ATKINSON,
HOJ '50
IIARBWTFR, SOUOITOR, Ae.
leKanle Street.
|<iwreuto   ->< »«+--irwwiuwf,p.o.
Mill MAN 0OLB,<),0„
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Iiml As»nt  ' Money to Loan.
I'nlmnlilu St., ■ -
|re2lo (   New WHtmlnater, B. 0.
[■LOW * KAOLVRK,
AHOMITBOTB.
|tkik- RooinR,
Ovir Bank of B. G,
Columbia Street.
W  OUANT.
' ! i ARCHtTHJT,
;'•'.;' i -.■>■;   j "••'■ii !
Imoa-Oornor Maty a*»()lai**oh sts.
. -   dwfeVta .
['II.I.IAM II. KINO,
AIICIIITKCT,
|l.UI.V<) * f.ANU NIIRVKYUH,
SANITARY KNOINEKIt,
| io.—New Miirrr'.nlc Bloek,
apWo . .       Westminster.
L.UERT J. HILIq -
M, Cam. boo. c. e.
|lf. KNaiNERR,   '  '
LAND SURVEYOR and
. DRAUGHTSMAN.
Iioa-Hew Ma-rorrlo Block,
irmhlUe- < New Westminster.
J, WALKH k tk.,
.
blTORS, ACCOUNTANTS, and|
' GENERAL hNANOIAL AOENTS.
|}»k Birioniiia,
New Westminster, B. C.
I'-Clare fcood, Halifax, Eniland,
■ -.   ■ ':   •i.ibytk   •'■'
[*   TRAIT,
AOCrlONRBR AND APPRAISER,
,1. Slreal New Wutmlueter
'"'Ua
Il couiuil.alons will reeeive prompt
[ easeful alltntloa.   tat r*feren«
I when required. mhlMe
UNO PROS.
It I. CBTATB IROKEBi,
OaMveyeneers, Calleatere,
A**>4 Isuuaaee A|..t>,
i at.VlOTopiAi Kort street,
!N«W WESTMINSTER! Corner
MeKensle and Clarkson Sts.
VAttflOUVISR, Cordova street.
_J»IN0 IATTS (or sale la sil sections
aoouvsr and New Westminster City.
frttiB*fl£W-jss&
■ - ir, Mataqnl, Sumas, Mud Bay.Ud-
pnillni, Lulu Island, North Arm
I f lan. exhibited aod the.ull-
rtloa furnished at all ouroffloes,
[ILLIAMS   BROS.
]nd Agents A Surveyors.
IPRirilll. BrBTITRHllI
a or Small Sum. ol Money Advanced
Oood taurlUM, •llfiirw-.Mr
Rates ot Interest.
r»^.«^s«8ss.**,w
iLLIAMBBROft iiMltiooniitaiitonm-
loWlon with Inlfindlng wttlen ttom
"il and elK-awhere.au-J hnve special
■?,■.«. .   dapllml
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
mAKB THIS 0P1
iX   ron.fortln3.vei
Ihem that they are sl
attention to business i
patronage whieh has
"Small Profl.
(es> that we have not.
INO BK THB M
WHEN, W HERB
ince,\sy buy in;
ir-iaa^
JITV OF THANKINQ WEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
.. 1 support extended to them in the past and of Informing
J be found at the OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
tall its details to still merit and secure that large share of
~S been extended to them.     i• **
lllck Betnrns" i» our motto, and while we con-
I the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIV-
at the same time we do clainrthat we have'discovered
IW TO BUY the numerous Articles that we carry.
I. best markets, at the proper season, we ere able toeger
 .NUFACTURBBat the LOWEST POBStBU
         l!^st^^J,^^a»^w,tb M"
itooks iu British Columbia,   We carry full lines of
Including Tools of all kinds of the beat makes; CrOHfr-cnt — Haud-Sawii,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farminict
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Kope & Chain in all sizesi Pltcli,
Tar&Oakumi Tarred and l'Uin Paper for BolMlnci JaloteAOlU
in all colors! Ltnilid PailltS in all shulesi Floorf abttS ready to mer iirllld
Stonesi Wall Paper in aU designs; Brooi
SheS for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, large enough to oatclt we China-
"Sian who steals your chickens, the Bear or Panther that get away with your family
of pics, and small enough to annihilate the Mouse that destroys your grain anil
nibbles at your ohocso.        '*-..'*" "';.•''. V        -•
tr Special attention given to orders by mall, and if you have any doubt' whore
to bfiy anyparticular article.why go or tend to
f J. TRAPP $t CO.,
dwapjtc
Columbia Street, NewWestmlnster.
TL'll_i.I.,
....„_
Columbia Street.   Westminster, B. C.
licPOBTUB   .OT. ...
Hardware,Agricultural Implements
P-atotB, Oils, Glassware, Crookery, Wall
u iu. u« j»apers; Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
. iar &BJIA.T -vAsmtxmi—r.
*w» W#e
Tinware, Hollow arc, Plmuber*at -OmmU,
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Work-
men. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Pitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, ftc, &c.
tr All Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. d wmhismi
GLOBE
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
MILLINERY MILLINERY
. '.*.'"       ,        JUST   ARRIVED,
LATEST LONDON I. PARIS FASHIONS
STRAW HUTS m all Shapes.
• BONNETS ofthe Newest Style;
ALSO-A SPLEND-tD ASSORTMENT OF
Ribbons, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
Hat Ornaments & Trimmings.
Oaii and Mtmut-ikimrmi.
MRS. WM. RAE.
 x:i_i!ij._i__L__:  j.x	
ilnp28to
AU BON MARCHE
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORT-
- '.   7-,- , ■  :      ."'    ' k*ENT:bF
White  Skirts,   Chemises,
Night Dresses, Aprons,
Dorset Goren, Pillow Shams, Infants' Robes ft Slips, to.,
We are Offering the entire Lot »t 30 PER CENT. BELOW the
usual fljjM. if I 8 fl     •wii"
tST Those Qoods are marked in plain figures and are GENUINE BARGAINS.
WALKER & SHADWELL,.
COLUMBIA STREET;, .
dmyBto New WwMlBttlnf Srt,."<
OFFICIAL
KUMBBB 108
C1V10 Ofwcbiis.—Mftyor, Kobert DIek-
IiiHon: City Clorlt, L'upt. ItobliiMJii; Fo-
lice MaRislnito, T. tl. AUclimon; Chief
Engineer Flro Department. W. C'orbelt;
AHKlataut.H.Read.
OOUKT  OFFICIALS.—JuJl
prome Court, Hon, J. P. Mc
tWi, W. H. Foiaififtj Shei
strong.
Provincial Ovjuceih. -government
Agent, Chan. Warwick; RegHn-ar of Titles,
K. W. Ann*lroiig; Bupt, of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. I. lientleyt Bursar of Asylum, Jbh. puiinpsj Goverdir of Ccntwl
-Juilgqj of the Su-
'.McDfelHlit; Regis*-
Sherl^W.J.Arm-
Frlipn. Wm. Moresby: Btewfird Boyal Columbian Hoftpttftl, Oliiw. DlKby; lm
mflttou A "■      "     *	
I). Ferris.
lumblan Hbspltnl. Onus. Dfeby; Imml-
itlon Agent, Jno. Bprott; Coroner, W.
ii^QWoiXi^I
n; Collector of Cust
Srown: Collector of Custoi
harden of Penlttntlar
Dom in tort Land Agent,
Crown Tlntor Aeenti T.     	
Inspector of. Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
REPRESKNTATiVES.-Senfttor, Dr. T. B.
Molnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature,Capt
W. N. Role, _. 0.
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARUIVK.
Kt*oe :^px*oB-n '■"' "-'M'
FotCfln. Paclly.—Pully (except Sunday
aud Mondny)r at 12.45, uud on Sabarday
_(fordls-|iSrfiflnnd|Vy)«t?a ™iii\_\J_
For VJctoilaTv. I., nnd Western li. 8. Offl-
ces—Monday, 12.46: Tuesday, 8,15 and 19;
Wednesday, 6.80: Thursday, & 16 and 10;
Friday, f_]0; Saturday, &1&
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard
Inletr-Dally (except Sunday) at 8.16..
For Port woody—Dally (exoept Sunday)
alfl.      'V-'.."- .*-■■   ■' ,■' *'.-.■■".'-« ',
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island--
Monday. 13.45; Tuesday and Thursday
at 10,    I
For Clover Valley, Hall's Ivuirle, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie-Saturday,
9. • r   - '     ■   .■; : "-." ;
For North Arm aud Sen Island—Thuw**
•day, 18.80.
For Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 13.45.
For Plumperra Pass—Monday, 12.45. ■* ■.
For Nimnfiuo (direct mail)-Tueiday, ID,
DtTH
From Cnii, Poc, Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) at 18.
From  Victoria-Sunday,   Tuesday  and
Thursday lfl; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Bur*
_rard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 11
From Port Moody—Pally (except Sunday)
at 17,
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
-Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, lfl.
From Clover Y«ri&. Hall's p-/J- —
^Lanijley ftalrie—Friday, lfl.
From North Arm ud Sea Island—Thursday, li
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11,
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, lfl.
From Nanalmo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours—9 to 17 dally; and
„„„„,r t,..,. -f^m 9 to^W j|7p.m.),
 _jy	
General Delivery /rom 9 to 19 (7 p.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
IB, Mondays, WedneBdaya and Fridays—
excopt whon malls are oolng made un or
sorted,'
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Fibhu WITII LAMP". _ Ortain
small shining bodies, formerly supposed to be acoessory eyea, are
found on tbe bead and aides of soma
deep-sea fishes, and are new regarded
OS phosphorescent organs. Ton Len-
denfeld recognizes no less tban
twelve types of these singular objects. Thpy are' round, spindle-
shaped and irregular in form,
grouped and scattered, sunk and projecting, ind some are provided with
rell enters.
, The Tongue's Indications.--A
furred tongue is not necessarily an
alarming symptom. According to a
late lecture by pr. Howibip Dickinson, the tongue not only ohanges
its aspect and condition with often
inconsiderable deviations from ordinary health, but it presents many
differences within this state in different persons, and in tbe same persons at different times. To some
persona it is normal to have a clean
tongue, and to others equally normal
to have a coated one, so that it is
impossible to fix any degree or limit
of coating as a necessary acoonipani
ment of perfect health.
A Scientific Parauox.—With
a sheet-iron disc mounted on an axis
so as to be spun like a top, 0. 0.
Manet, a French electrician, produces uh nppuent reversal of a
familiar law of physios. When at
rest or slowly rotating, the disc is
attracted by a horse-shoe magnet
brought near, but when revolving
rapidly it it repelled if the magnet
is presented to its flat surface. Thia
curious phenomenon of repulsion is
supposed to be due to the induoed
currents set up by the motion ofthe
iron in the inagnetio field, and does
power to more than counterbalance
the magnet's attraction.
Snow-Warmed Land.—Mr. W.M.
Williams finds the benificence of
snow fully manifested in noli a eli-
mate as that of Siberia, where a
temperature of seventy or eighty degrees below zero—or thirty to forty
degrees below the freezing point of
mercury—was recorded laat Octo-
ber. The snow, coming early in tlie
season and being an almost absolute
non-conductor of heat, serves as an
effectivo clothing for tbe soil, which
is thus protected from so low a
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty,,treni7tliRlnlwlloIeBomen9ir,. More
•eoaomlcal th&n.ttie ordinary kinds, aad
oannot be sold In oominlltlon wltli Ibe
multitude of low test, short welrht alum
ptiosnliato powders. Sold only In can.,
ivai. kakixo Powran Co., loo Wall at,
W» York.
Sfely
TO LET:
STORE ON COLUMBIA 8TREET, In
Bank of B. C. Building.  Applyto
' drahSWe        HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
ley Saw nnd Planing Mill: mill In
gooil order. For particulars applyon the
premises lo K. WEST,
Or, Mcmra. DRAKE, JACKSOK,
nplBIc A HELMOKEN  Victoria.
f
Tug for Sale!
TVQ BOAT7I FEBT; COMPOUND MA-
chlnevy, liyKiwterti uiakem.
Apply to
.,    Mssfins. BEWICKH A WtTLFFSOHN,
djafltc Vancouver, B. c.
Gentlemen's Clothes
CLEANED fe REPAIRED.
All onion* Ipftftt the Karmors' Home or
Mr. I>KHimno.i«jc.tni'H> will bo promptly
ntt-nnUod to.
Hnllnnirllun ^nnmairM.      tlnp2tml
Money Wanted.
I1HE MUNICIPAL OOVNOtlJ OF HIGH*
niimil Inlt'iid to tnntte Dnlicnt-nrps un
der tlio nutliority of tliu "Munfclpnl Loan
Bylnw, iw,» to (lie iimoutit of $aom
Heuled toiulorn. mnrkAil "Loan," will fie
re-Mlvotf \)y the imii-uraiBiiwl up to tlie
Ninth dar of Mny, fSBB, for tbe^faq?
oh««o of |IS,MM of the nbovo,
DebeptureH urti Usik-iI op Uio credit tif
one of tho IimI ni;i,loult.uri.t mtinlclpuli-
tlei tn IIib Domlnlmi, nm<ie pnyniiieln BO
yeni-H.iuid bonrlng Inh'irst ut tl per cent.,
LiVviililo yoiirly nt tlio Ittinlt of 11. C, New
Wetitmlimh-r. Pari ten ten-InrliiR will stmt*
Uiu ninoiint wonted ood the prioe at
Which they will be token.
Tli'tlilKht-Nliji-iiiiyti'iiiioi imt.mici'w.nrlly
iccontmi,  '
Ifytmloruf tltoOnunellt
1 0. b.SWKET.C. M.O.
North Arm, April Oth, 18SS.     dwaplittd
giulB fritiffh Columbian
TuesAuy KvcHtni, May ft, imt.
BY TEL16BAPH.
Tke tavern's OudHMh ■tpeHssMMl.
Iskaqr's IpNek Create* Hear tarn.
■teats—A MeaaHMt w Ceaeral
Caaadtaa EateqiHie la  ■faslL—Tka
areas Walklaa MaKk—A Beat (m
minimani tem**«hi(ur« it it 'ocia- 'pfomnlgata tha document without hav
sionally readies in England with (he
air at fifteen or twenty degrees oyer
naked ground. Hence tho paradox
of Siberian vegetation, whioh is so
luxuriant in the summer, when the'
heat of the long days ia very in-,
tense,. ■
Ovxrwobkkd Muscles.—The affection known as writer's cramp is
not confined to users of tho pen, but
appears in telegraphers and othen
who make continual use of one aet
ot muscles. These cramps have
been variously supposed to result
from a diseased condition of brain,
spinal cord or nerves, and wen long
regarded aa incurable, Daring several yean past, however, Wolff hu
been applying gymnastics combined
with massage to the musoles affected, and has succeeded in* curing
more than half of the many cases.
His process is neither difficult nor
tedious, being simply regular movements of the fingers or othor parts,
with rubbing or gentle striking of the
muscles, continued not mora than an
hour a day for several woeks.
Tiirories or Origin.—There are
three possible views concerning the
origin of organic forms, whether individual or specific, states Prof.
Joseph Le Oonte. Taking tbe individual, the fint of the theories is
that of the pious child who thinks
that he waa made very muoh aa he
himself makes his dirt pies; the sec-
end is that of the street-gamin,, or of
Topsy, who says, " I waa not made
at all, I groweil"; the third is that of
most intelligent Christiana—that we
were mado by a process of evolution.
There are three exactly correspond
ing theories concerning the origin of
species. Tho first is that of many
pious persons and many intelligent
clergymen, who aav that apocies
wero mado at once by tho Divine
hand without natural process; the
second is that of the materialists,
who say that species wero not made
at all; they were derived; "they
growed;" and the third is that of the
theistic evolutionists, who think
that they wore created by a process
of evolution—who believe that making is not inconsistent with growing.
The third, Prof. Le Oonte endcavon
to prove, is the only true rational
solution, for it include*, oombinee,
and reoonoiles the other two; showing wherrin each is right and wherein wrong.
Job printi*!- ol all Marls aeatly done
at the OoLVasua ottos. Prim will be
(omul as low iu at anv other affiee la
tin- linivllioe —Ad*
MS» Hlflirs MSFAtCIUS.
ool mavXHs oh b. o. minim
Washington, May 7.— Secretary
Bayard has received i letter from U.S.
Consul Stevens, kt' Victoria! which
saya: "Tliare Is division hia* sa to
tt* smployetrfCHasss me Inrntaj
miners, aa many ot them are paid by
the ton of coal that they nine, and
thiyseaetime* realise Hand even 16
per day. These men employ Chinese
at fl or $1.60 per day to shovel and
load vans, and sometimes even as
tampers. White miners perform but
very little heavy labor themselres,
The miniag regulations and laws of the
province aro excellent and thorough,
but under this pressure the*/1 are being
considered by the legislative assembly
for amendment''
IBB CANADIAN KOOTX HUBS.
Baltimobb, Hay 7.—A singular
meeting took plaoe on Saturday at one
of the wharves .here.. The' steamer
Minnesota delivered on t£e waterside
a huge shipment of straw matting that
left Hong Kong on February Sth by
ateamer for London, where it was
transhipped to Baltimore. She wu
met by a train of can from Vaucouver
Ihst discharged at the asms, time the
same kind of cargo tint left Ohina on
Maroh 26th. This makes a difference
of 48 days In favor or the Canadian
route.
ANII.CHINXSl   DKII0NSTBATI0N8.
London, May 7.— Advices from
Brisbane state that riotous anti-Chinese demonstrations have occurred
there. Several shops belonging to
Chinamen w«e wrecked. -
TIMBER IDlnS PBltCBAilS.
Ottawa, May 7.-Mr. James Mo-
Laren, the millionaire lumberman, has
.returned here after making purchases
of extensive timber limits in Oregon
and British Columbia.
The memben of the Canadian Pacific
Railway syndicate have sent engineen
to Brazil to make preliminary surveys
of the country with a view to the construction of a series of railways connecting the headwaters of the Amazon
and Para rivers. Subsidise are prom-
ls*d hy theaar-penr of Bruit.   :
THI PAPAL DICBIX FBOMISXS tkOUBtX.
London, Mar 7.—The signs an rapidly accumulating throughout Ireland
that the attempt to enforce th* Pop*1*
decree will cava* an almost unanimous
revolt of the laity of th* country
ngainst the chareh.andit is now doubtful whether th* Irish hierarchy will
inn recourse to further communication
with the Vatican as to the wisdom of
putting it into operation.
XAIMBI OP A WIIi-XNOWN ITEM.
San Fbancisco, May 7.—W. T.
Coleman & Ca, groceries and California products, assigned to-day for the
bmefit of their creditor*. Tho liabilities are 12,000,000 the assets bom
four to four and a half million dollan.
The cause is pressing engagements in
Mew York and the threatened placing
oa the free list of borax in whioh the!
firm hu heavy investments.
THI AOITATOBS SQUIDOBID.
London, Msy 7-—Then wu a feeble
attempt lo renew the Trafalgar square
'agitation yesterday, when Commoners
Graham and Oonybeue and William
Saunden went thither and faintly endeavored to organise a meeting. The
police quickly compelled the crowd to
move on, however, and the leaden,
after addressing an indignant remonstrance to the constables, retired from
the square.
this Arrmooitii dispatohis.
COSIMBNTH ON SALISBURY'S SrBXOH.
London, Msy 8.—The St. James
Gasctts to-day calls attention to Salisbury's speech and ssys thst if tha
peace of Europe depends upon the life
of ihe emperor it hangs un a very
slender Ihread indeed. It calls upon
the government to streiutben the
army and coast defences. The rime*
devotes a column leader tu the prime
minister's grave statement. All papen
comment upon the declaration, alleged
to have been made by Bistnarck to
Sohurs, that there was danger of a
Eumpesn war thia year.
CROPS destroyxd,
Kansas Onr, Mo,, May a—A despatch from Hsrrisonville, Cass county,
states that the storm whieh look place
in the southern pert of the county
hurt growing nr«it] to such an extent
that in some portions of the county it
wu destroyed. The Grand river overflowed its banks, rising nine feet in
two houn, A lock of sheep wu swept
away and forty-two of thaw wen
drowned.
a stormy trip.   .
Nxw Yorx, May 8. —The ship Annie
M. Small arrived hen from Colombo
lsst evening, which pert she left on
December Sth. On Maroh 12th,
about 60 miles off llnrnegat, ahe encountered the Match blfimrd. For
nearly two days she wu on her beam
ends, and lost nearly all her sails,
boats, steering gear, mainyards and
foretopuil yards.   The ships crew suf-
 th*
ir-
says when he arrived
at Bermuda he had only one able-bodied seaman on board.
RIOT.
Coax, May 8.—A riot occured at
Dunuisnway to-day u Ihe polio* wen
fend terribly from frost daring thi
Gle, and many sustained severe Injur
i.   The captain says when he arrives
.....   .....    removing a number of prisoners to the
OMw'iwMNAiy^--*^^ Mm
Sf
FRINCH RUCTIONS.
Paris, May 8.-The municipal *l*o-
tions in France resulted mostly in
favor of the party of the Left, and'
have given hope to th* govwnmwt.
The Boulangist districts returned meat- ;
ly conservatives.     ■
rio DBousettdi Dicmi, ='-■■=--*'
^Ddrlin, M.y8.-Inacoordanoe«lt»
tha request of the Catholic memben ot
parliament the lord mayor of MM*
hu called a neeting, for May Uth, to >
discuss th* pope's rescript. •
—t nxttm omwAitt,
ibon, May 8.— flu Paine* at ■
'*_£>Z*_*g& **—»* ■■
-—mt -rMttMmwr
^rw^lSg'tomedUU oh*"*
although the hopdrsanieti of th*
oontinoee. ed idw ......
r canadun Xnixsprisi or braol. ■'
Ottawa,"Mqr 8.-Ai^rnllieat*, oon-
sisting largely of Canadian PMHetap-
itslihs, headed by J. J 0,  AhksU,
member of the Dominion ninUiy,.
and commanding British-capital to th*
extent   of  1100,000,000,   hu bMa
lorraedto undertake railway works in.  ,
Bnuil    The terms offered by the emperor were considered highly sttractlv*    '
and sumyors have gone to Bfaxil t*
make Sapsrllcial surveys aod n*«*t oa'
a series of railways .ortoeettaf fl*'
head waten of the Amaaon ana) Pat* .
ai"*-    .    \... --.- i       r.l,.   .
A PAIR BANORD.      .       .,
Phiupilthii, May 8,—Robt.
Hall and David Vinoent wen '
Hall walled for tie end with 'a L.,
cheerful natun and Vincent mtk"	
len ahd indifferent, Hall kHlsaV hi*
mUtress, Mrs. Lillian Sinn, wilt at
an actor, June, 1887. Vinsant. kOlsrl'
§^?^g"liftitti. a Greek seaman. Lln
Sept, 1887, in a quarrel over a |
a' wortby i»m[P,',','.,,
London, May 8.—The ChiMM g*v-
eroment hu decided to erect a '&-■
ment to General Gordon' on tha ■
of his victories over the Toipingi
A BOOI SYNDICATI.
- Chicaoo, May 8.-The Lstmy tTtita
uv. that a •yoUu.r^rrW** -'local bankers, and two weal|kv msr-
chants, are pracbcally In 6ontr3 of all
com in eight   Th* syndicate proposn '
to keep com well up to sixty eeqta for.
all months up to the marketing of Ih* ,
new crop.
.8000 DROWNID.      r r-
London, May 8.—Thro* thousand
Crsons have ben drowned ta a food
the Oaa-toa river,   i f«l rStmFilaa
BVOBIS   UADS.  "
Nxw Yorx, May 8.-LitUew»o*,
187mUes; Carlwright, 174; Hnghn,
lM;Herty,184. ^^r
PASSED A PAIR NIOBT.
Berlin, Msy   a—The   «npwof
passed a better nUt with a fair
amount of slupn %«4MNmoI
pas are decreasing and th^leveiiWs*,
ouw-noum OF. '•-.";_"■*/,.■
Philadelphia, May 8.—Thasaptaki
and *ntira enw of th**.*. lsa_g|atw-__»- -.
picked up by the brig Caroline aad
transferred to the str. Ksaong, which
arrived here to-day. lln Anti
went down half an hour after the eol-
lision with the str. Benkxm on Sooday
off Cape Henlopen. —
VOORBIES AFOLOOIXnS.
Washinoton, Mry 8.—In the senate to-day Voontow, of Iodi**% *im(<"
and apologiaed for th* hngnsg* a*
ued lut week in a disnadoa with
S*n*tor Ingalls.    .
A LIBERAL VICTORY.
Oitawa, May a-In tluRrasaaU
elscuoo Bd.srJs, hberel, wueiceha*
over Mcintosh, conservative, by. MM
majority.
LUCITNCMBttfc
New Orleans, May a—Th* r"ol-
84362; 6th, 84818; 7th, 96*66; 8*,
61113; 9th, 57661.
Winnipeg, May 4.—Major Bogm,
who, after much hardship and maty
privations found a way for tho C.P.R.
through the seemingly impaasabl* walls
of the Selkirk rang* and gavahitnasrw
to the pau so discovered, and. «Mk tt
late years luu been engaged •xploring
a route through which the 8k P, If
& M. may roach Ihe Paoifle slop*. *
rived In the city lsst night from «.
Paul. Ywterdayevhningheaptntin
renewing old-time acquaintancw. This
morning he will leave for th* wart.
He uy. he is going to Banff to '"
pente a little after hie yearn"
mountaineering, ahd then he "
on to Ihe Psdoe oout. A nlin
ssys he thinks the major ia not tumP
ling entirely for hi* hulth. H* wa*
told in St. Paul soma time sgo that
Major Rogns would shortly lanv* for
the Canadian Northwett in th* inter-
wis of an American syndicate of sap-
Italitu who an conteaplating bnOding
a line from eome point oa th* Northern Pacific or St. P.M.* Ml'to;
Alaska skirting the sutarn slop* at
the Rooky mountains fer mm hw-
dredsofmile*.    He bdievu thi* ia
whstls taking th* major weetwerd,
and before returning he think* he will
visit Aluka and look over ih* ground
preparatory lo reporting on th* lew*
bility of th* scheme.
m •   ,'
Hot: te Oat* Htotlncke.-Somo Heed*' I
■offer untold misery d*y oiler day with
Headache. There is net aailhar layer
eight until the nerves are all aastrang..
Tbe came Is genenlly a disordered ***•
h, sad annua b**atosdhy«h*
™*ielu's Vegetable Pills, f -3-7~*
Mandrake and Dsa" "
SMra'fi
Bilious Headache, Sails f ritiah Columbian
Taesdar Bvealag, Hav ». less.
The people of .Gteat Britain are
discussing a vary large prftject whicli
promises immense lienfjfits to the
nation. *lt is no leas trail i> canal
from London to Liverpool, i> 'lis-
tanco of about 200 miles. Lately a
miml deal has Wen suiil ubout the
Weakuchsiof t-'roat.Britain's military
de^t-siBiid jf .^•j^ofH-aed.. work
is carrieo'into execution,' it is expected to add materially to the
national resources in case of war.
ThtiLivifJipbl Journal of Commerce
BayS this is one ofthe principal reasons for the proposal; but it would
also have very great commercial advantages, inasmuch aa it would permit large vessels to -pass - through
from ther jjhamea to ihe-. Mersey.
In the*vei»t of war it would enable
gun-boats, torpedo-vessels and ordinary ships of war I to be conducted
from the North sea to the Irish
channel, on emergency,, without
their being expend to an attack by
an intooro*sli|f*riarn^Val: force.
Vessels of nwir fyr steh a canal
could lie concentrated at pleasure
for the'defense of the Mersey or the
Thames, whichever might be threatened and in need of support. The
canals now.e^is-^g...would- be, wid-,
eneJ, deepened and utilized for the
enlarged'canal far war vessels ond
forcodnhereialveesek 'Numberless
towns and cities woukt spring up
along its line that would be great
marts of trade andindustrj*. There
is a proposed intersection <& *M*
lateral caw; at Birmingliam by another! ewafticonnacting the' H timber
and;'Se^erfpr rtvorsf. This would
unite ih the miforier' ittdicated the
ports on the North Sea and English
channel tyi^b tlipse' on thi Bristol
channel and Irish sett, making a
complete and grand system to accommodate the requirements of tirade
and commerce. It is claimed - that
this would be a boon tothe agriculturalists, manufacturers, tradesmen
and colliers, and a son. and convenient means of defence and offenco
forthe nation, lane probable cost
is not stated; but if it is deemed of
great Importance as a military fork,*
there ii every probability of its being
undertaken.
"Hie directors of-the British Oo.
lumbia agricultural society are completing preliminary arrangements
for tha annual exhibition which is
to be held this year, at Victoria,
The prize list, we believe, has been
completed, and is already in tho
hands of .the printer. Lust year the.
publication ol the prize list waa. at
least a month later than it should
have been, but this year it promises
to appear in good time, We hope
the people of the mainland will not
lose sight of the event, add that the
owning exhibition may be made as
complete as possible. The fact of its:
being held at Victoria, so far away
fronj thapw-tfootanything, ia airway* dtoortging to mainlanders;
but ao long as the present partner-
ship<arrangement exists it is necessary that those exhibition's should
be held each alternate year on Vancouver island; and the ' inconveniences" and- oxpenses incident to
transportation of exhibits cannot bo
avoided. It is to be hoped these
discouragements will not-hinder the
succe*!**of.t(ieahow. Wo arc well
awaro that very fewpeople who take
prizaaiat the provincial exhibitions
receive adequate compensation for
the trouble and expense-incurred.
But patriotism should count for a
goodcUak If all of us were to confine our energies strictly to such
things ait*b'n8g us u profit, the
wheels of ftOgptfm would, move for-
ward filth very'. uncertain motion.
Such a pra'otice would mako successful sfpoultural exhibitions almost
impossi))!^., .Jt is not too early now
to bo makiug.pieparations for the
exhibition. In the field, thb garden
and the orchard, there are many
things that cah' bo done even at this
early period of tke season thnt will
contribute, largely towards making
it an exhibition worthy of tlie great
resources of the province. It is to
b* hoped, also, that s general interest in this matter will be-awakened
throughout the country; and it is es-
peciafiy desirable that this interest
should''—ti hold of the people of
Westminster city and district. It
is from thi*. distriot that the groat
bulk (of the agricultural exhibits
must e*me; and if the people fail
to interest themselves in the affairs
ot th* sogwrtfi thy*/ need not com-
plain If matter! are not managed ac-
cotdlnj, to their taste. We must
aty thatlhe people of this city have
been nrtionlarly remiss in this matter. At'th* annual meeting held a
year ago it i* Itated that thore was
only one cltUen of Westminster
preoenLimlThe was a paid officer of
the so«4fty, .One result of this was
the holding ofrlaat year1* exhibition
•t OUlUa*W*k*.*»od for this nobody
waa to Lhh>pWMt the people of this
eity, EihlbWons, like prosperity,
do not.fjft*tt ttnwt tliemselves upon
tnmit^hatmmmixriity. T***"*'d0,
a* a n^.tothos* plaou where, en-
terprise and appreciation are to be
net with. But whether we are to
r*oeiv«*v bwfit bom tbe exhibition oiWtcltawwightto be among
' i enough lo develop our
k*, nitter whichjs
btottofUMMl-uttMeata
rfthMMiua
wsttt
Lute Canadian News.
Kingston, May 2.—While standing
on the Roqkwtrod asylum wharf to-day,
I)r. Clark, superintendent of that institution, was seized around this, neck
by ouo of thtjunotics, who then-jumpedinto tlio lute, taking the ...doctor
with hijh. jfhe-doolor, who is'*n export swimmer, rimini^ed to keep himself and the lunatic nlloiit till assistance
arrived, when both wore rescuod.
Halifax, May 2.—Another olectrio
light patrolman, named Crocknr, wns
killed last night on tho samo post ns
the man Wilber on .Sunday night, ami
under similar circumstances. Ue went
up the post and threw a kg ovor the
cross-piece, when it must have como
in contact with the wire. Ho thon
clutched the. wire with his hands and
was killed instantly. Crocker was i'i
years old, and had considerable experience ln the business, and it was thought
he knew all about it.
MontkEai, May 2.—Owing to the
increased cost of tire Insurance risks,'
many Montrealers arc refusing to renew with English companies and are
placing their risks in New York. Thos.
Workman left last night to plaoe over
$1,000,000 of insurance there.
pBTEBBonouaH, May 2.^-At a meeting of the town council last night a
resolution of regret at the death of.
Hon. T. White was unanimously I carried,
Quebec, May 3.—The steamships
Nestorian, Norwegian, Vancouvor and
Lake Huron nil left for Montreal this
morning. They nro the first: upward'
vessels of tho season.
. So heavy were the snowdrifts in rear
of Levis yesterday that a train of the
Quebec Central Railway was stuck; in
them at St. Henri, the snow-plough
being unable to.force its way through.
OttAwa, May 5.—In'oMWCi1 to Mr.
Laurier, Sir John said unsold lands
which the C.P.R. company propose to
intrust to trustees - under- tho resolution how before parliament, amounted
to 14,9^,-187 acijes.   ,, _   .    .
r
Causes the Stomach and Bowels, to-:W-.
como disordered, aad -tlie wholu system*
to suffer from debility, lu all audi
cases Ayor's 1'illa givo prompt relief.
After muoh suffering from Liver and
Stomach troubles, I have finally been
owed by taking Ayer's Cathartic Fills.
I always find thorn prompt and thorough
in their aotion, and their occasional use
keeps me in a perfectly healthy condition.—Kalph Wccman, Annapolis, Md.
Twenty-five years ago I suffered from
t torpid liver, whieh was'restored to
healthy aotion by taking Ayer's Fills.
Sttice that time I have nover been without them. They regulate the bowels,
assist digestion, and increase the appetite, more; Rarely than any other medicino.—Paul Churchill, Haverhill, Moss.
INVIGORATED.
I know of no remedy eqntfl to Ayer|3
Pills for Stomach and Liver disorders.
I suffered from a Torpid Liver, and Dyspepsia, for eighteen months. My skin
Wai 'yellow, and my tonguo coated. I
had no appetite, suffered from Headache, was pale and emaciated. A few
boxes of Ayer'a Pills, taken in moderate
doses, restored mc ta perfect health,—
Waldo Miles, Oberlin, Ohio.
Ayer's Pills are a superior family
medicine. * They strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs, create an appetite, and remove tlio horriblo depression and despondency, resulting from
Liver Complaint. I have usea these
Pills in my family, for years, and they
never fail to give entire satisfaction.—
Otto Montgomery, Oshkoah, Wis.    ft   .
Ayer's Pills,
fnipred by Dr. J. O. Ayer Jr Oo.,-_ow»U,¥s«.
Md! by all I>ni__!iL mul Dunk™ In Medicine.
AUCTION SHE
f\$ 8AT0BDAY THE I2rn DAY OP
U'MAY,:I will aeil by Public Auction,
the following very desirable Parcels und
Tnieinof iJnnd; which will he found worthy ,th« attention.of Jinplta.iHtt nnd others
Who may have the mentis nt their disposal,as in view of tho proposed development In the neighborhood of Fraser River
and New Westminster City, property 6ah-
not fall to advance very materially in
value In the near future, and hence, those
who can tafc'p advantage of present low
prices will reap a handsome return,
1 Royal Aven-fte.—That very desirable Lot
known an LOT 8, BLK. 29, New Westminster City, next the residence of
Ur. Cli as.. Warwick,
LOT 2, BLK. H, facing on Government
Reserve, N.W. City, close to Public
School Grounds.
LOTI, HUB-DIV. of LOT8 1 A 2, BLK.
VI, Suburban; corner Pclluun Ht. and
Park Lane,
LOTS 1, 4, 0, 14, 16. 1". 17 A 22, Huh-IH-
vlelonh of Lot I, Hlk. 10, Hnlmrbduj
' reserved at 8100 per lot.
EAST PORTION  of LOT XI, BLOCK
a, Cily, being omj-flffh of an acre,
moreor loss, with House containing 5
rooms, now fence top and bottom of
lot; house newly painted Inside and
out and a good well of excellent water;
Mtuate near R. C. Planing Mlllf, between Quebec and Auckland Htreets,
City.
LOT XI nndtlmlf Of LOT X, BLOOK A,
Agnes Street; all fenced; next to R. O,
- Hospital; one  of the  best building
sites In N.W. Clly.
LOTH 111 A 20. HulcDlvlsIonsof LOT IS,
BLOCK 0.
LOT i ant halt of LOT 8. being Sub-Divisions of U)TH 1A 2, BLOCK VI, Pel-
ham Ht., nwir City Park,
A portion of-LOT 8, BLOCK 8, N. W,
City, containing 4776 square feet,
A number of ONE-ACRE LOTH on tho
Brown Estate, Brownsville.
2 VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS fronting bu Yale -Road .nod Fraser Hlver.
Brownsville;   close   to . Government
wharf; 103 feet squaw
I  North-Wcst Quarter of MT 7, SECTION
7,   adjoining  Coast Meridian Road
which Is open to Semiahmoo Bay;
partly lln proved and contnl ns ItW acres
,    excellent land.
The East portion of SECTION 28, BLOCK
fi North, RANGE n West; containing
(10 acres and measuring 40 chains by
20chains; adjoining the farm of Mr.
Quigley.
The Bmilh-Enst Quarter of SECTION
NINE(9),TOWNSHIPS, In tho Municipality of Hurrey; 180 acres,
LOT 320 and pnrt of LOT S20, GROUP*
Township •}, Municipality of Mnplo
Ridge; about. 00 acres.
• LOT 24, BLK, 22, City; near the Royal
,CH-y Planing Mills,      .
Mr. 8, Calblck's HOUSE & LOT, known
as Lot IMub-DW. of 1*1 W, Blk. VIL
NewWestmlnster Suburbs, which Is
esntiiuiiaM^CBK
niljiilnliilt 12X11.   The upper part of
hou..- iinHnl.hirrl. Tlionr nre a litim-
.   bor or prim Trees ant otlier Improve-
mentrl.
TEN LOTS In'RaMMT.of IX)T«,BtiK.
D.Hirhiirbnni resort* price, HI) to dill
per Lot,
•ala comm.nrr. al t.M aalanlny Kveti-
IM, anil will lie held lit (ho (Ol.ri.Mll
MtM. Now Woatmlnster,
SBTTennSfttBale.
T. J. fgAPP.
fmytti AtclTlowaEH.
VV. O. LOYE,
Mt ul Sto Uaker.
Il.palrli.t- Sleolly Done.  Coik Bole
.- WorkatilpcelaUy,
S«rOi'iUh liromptly nttended to.
Clnrkson 8i«, In roar ol Colonliil Hii-
.lel, next to ftriml BroH.' ofllorT.  ilneltn
Land for Sale,
BKINU COUNKIt LOT 11), BLOCK I N,
Itiiiinn li W., I.ntri lalrinil-i-iililiilniiii.
HU) ncres et l'rlino PARMINd LAND, rrllll-
iito on a t-onil mud, and ubout IJ. miles
(roni the North arm lit Frusui- Kivor. 1). G.
Prlev, $110 pit nei-el part cnsli und lurl-
iiiico on tlmo with interest at 10 per cent.
Apply to
. TODD & SON,
Victoria, B. O.
» OOUHT OF REVISION A APPEAL
A will Ire held at tho COUNC1LCHAM-
HKIiSon
iniRSOAV, 31st INSTANT,
At :l oVluck p. m., wlren nil complaints
niinlnst the assessment for 1888 will be
heard and determined.
By order,
dmyltd
J. A. ROBINSON,
CM. O.
THIS SPACE IS' RESERVED
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PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees;
• Ornamental Trees* •
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished in
good shape,
OS-Send 15 cts. for valuable SO-papo Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful colored plates. Price Lists sent free.
G.W. HENRY,
dw-deietfl Fort Hammond, B. C.
TEN GRATES A CASES
GLASSWARE
JUST ARRIVED FROM THE EAST.
Plain White Ironstone China
.    IN ATX LINES.
Earthenware Flower Pots in all
slzos.
Fullassortuicntot NEW GLASSWARE
cheap.  . ...
<    C. J. ROBSON.
.  (Imyitta
Harrison Hot Springs, B,
HEALTH AND PLEASURE KKS0RT.
STEAM, SAIL A HOW BOATS ON II AND
Swl in in I lis. Vapor anil Trtvalc natlin,
Wllh Experienced Attendants.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
Terms, tHl.Wtu »:ij» per Way.   .
Only A miles from Agnnnl/. station, (,', P,
H.   Reduced R. R. and Strainhoal rate?.
Excursion rates good ' for 110 days fnun
Wi-stniliihttr lu Agnsslz Station and return, 15.   Hat unlay uxcurnton rate, goad
until following Rlonday, N..*j0.  Comfortable Stages meet all Trains. TlokeUean
bo obtained at lt.lt, Otlico.     dapWtOXaw
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
SHth Unrah, 1N8.
The following telegram from Ills Excellency the Governor-Qcneral to His Honour the Llentenanti-Governor, In reply to
t telegram from Hli Honour, statin* that
It was understood that parties fitting out
for Behring's Sea were, nrmlng for the
purpose of resisting selr-iirc, is published
for goneral Information. .   ,.
' jn'o. ROJJSON,    j ,
Provincial Scorclnry,
TELEGRAM.
. Ottawa, 0th March, 1888.
To LiKtmtMAiffrtiovuuroR
or British Columbia, ,<( ]
Victoria.
Your Government should. Issue public
notloe cautioning persona going on Seal Ing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from taking on
honrd arms and ammunition In excess of
their usual requirements. The whale
matter Is engaging tho attention ot Hor
Majesty's Government and formsthe subject of diplomatic negotiations now In
progress. Any Intemperate action lit iho
meanwhile would he most detrimental to
British Columbian Interests and. might
lead to wnous complications nnd be
followed by grave consequonees to those
concerned.
: [t%*mpe_i.-.i--. ai^Kgiio-fitEi,,,
FOR SALE.
»   THOROUGH-BRED JERSEY BULL.
Apply to
ilwiiiySim
K. MATHESON,
B, C. Cannery.
N*0&TC*L
NOTIOE  19   IIRREHV OIVEN THAT
we hav*! Hindu  application tn the
Minister nf (In* hit* rim* for i> UrniiRo t«
cut timber ou   the following Dominion
Lands, vl***..:
Wost % of S. E. K Section fi, and
East y, of Sl W. M Hiicllon fi, Township
18, District of New Westminster.
• BRUNETTE SAW MILL OO. {UA.),
dnp27ml H. L. HkIIkck, Munngur.
Loan Office!
MONEY   LOANED
On Walirhes, PlHtols, Plato, or Qooils of
Any Description.
Second-Hand Furniture
BOUGHT A bold:
ADVANCES MADE
On Household GcioiIh or Property of
»ny Kind.      _____
Lots! Lots 1 Lots 1
Building Lots sold In auy part of the Town
oiv Monthly Installments to suit Pur-
l chasers.  No Interest charged.
, All business strictly confidential.
AUCTIONEER
FRONT STREET,   T1
.•a** Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
■••"* ' dwmyBto
GRANT & MACLURE
Havo Received a Large Assortment nf
Boot8,Shoes
AND SUPPERS.
Come and see Them.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA   STREET,
WESTMINSTER.
dwapsto
HAVING  RECENTLY IMPORTKD A
HERD OP HIGH-QRADE
I AM KOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS CITY, KITH-
Hit MORNING OR EVENING,
RICH JERSEY MILK.
Which I Giiiimntee Ib be nt Pllro as It
' Conies from the Cows,
ft*-All orders left at-the Stored of
Me«sr8.WOLKENDEN.H.M. CUNNINGHAM & CO. and AUSTIN will rooclvo
prompt attention.
dmhiete THMUS GMNCIMM.
5»-jy/CflVEilKMl;HfSl
vitKRiA ea.
L.O OK!
20 PIANOS & ORGANS 20
OnU»eWay.; Win Soon be Here;
milK GRKAT 8TEVH PIANO HAS AR-
J. rlvodllt Tho "ACMK" of Wanoslll
The matchlcisUoehfrAMenlNan*. AIho,
the great imjiroved and artistic Dominion, the best. "Uatfndliui-inndfi Piano.
Kontsr I. a riirlMij lUiwiM. W, W. Kim*
hall nitd' Uhlcngci. OU1TAOK ORGANS,
sold on monthly payinonUi, from 810 to
925 tier month. Now Pianos for rent, and
rent applied if purchased,«Tuning and
Rrpnirlng*
-      H. PETEBS,
<TColonlNt"Iliiildlng.QovemiirentSI.,
dwnplnni Vlirlorla, II. C.
MACHINERY
ri AV1NG LATELY INCREASED OUR
Jl connection In the Kant and elsc-
wncrcvory considerably, we arc In apo-
sltloii to give prices ou any clasHnf Machinery that may be required, Including;
Marine nnd Stationary Engines and Boilers, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Bui-i*. Planers. Wood Lathon, Band  '
Haws, Blind Machinery, Qajigo
-Lathes, Shaping Maohines,
Shingle Maobrnes. (,ath
.      Machines A Boltere, .^{-Vrr
Two, Three and Konr Block Circular flaw
MIIIh, Band flaw Mills, Portable En-
glues and Bollom and Hoisting
Engines., Also, John Bertram
A hous1 nnd The London
Tool Co.'» Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Maohines and Crashers of either
tho Martin or Baird make,
Mill Supplies of all descriptions. Including Olroular Saws, Solid or inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry In
slock.
0lenm Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand*
M'Avity-s Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as woll as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of tho celebrated Broad make, 'Vlre Rope, Plumbers nnd Steam Fitters Supplies, Ao.
We aro nolo agents In this Provinoe for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co-y, whose
Marine-work cannot bo excelled, as out*
fits wc have furnished hore will testify,
FRASER TTlEONARD,
t'rahle St., Opp. Xewia-lnrtlKr,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
Utfrt awf«»ft*
TI_M_BT^.BI._EI
Str. "Cladyi,"
DA*fat7a. ra„roturhlng- onTDESDiSWl
Biid TjrKiDAYB. Km all /nrtlier InfoSlV
IIoh apply on board, ur to
W.B. TO
ilmyllir
TOWNSEND,
On thn Wharf.
Dental Notice I
i EXPECT TO LKAVE FOR THE IN-
- torior on the Uth tnst; to be absent
ubout hIx works. All needing Dentnl
work done will please tako notice that,
until the 1-Uh liiHt., l will nniko m reduc-
tlun ot from. 15 to 50 per cent. AH work
waiTiuited. "TorniHcusli. *.
!C. I!, p. RROWN, Dentist.
Qrtwt — irjot Bank of; B* C.i'corner
Mary and Columbia Sts. dmyltd
-4-
JUST ARRIVED
PerC. P. R.,     '.
THE tA^(|3E8Jp AND BEST. ASSOETV
EDSTOGKOF
English, French, Scotch
and Irish ;
SUlTIMQiS
.    Ever Shown In Now Weltmlnrrter.
WestofEnglandBi>«M«l(.ili»
nnd Doeskins and Fancy.
Trousering.
J. ^ MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. MeKenile St.,
NEW WESTI«lite'(E|i, Ba^'.    **v
'■Idjijjifdc -*-'
BRITISH COLUMBIA
SOW. COPIES OF-THE
British Columbi% Directory (latfest-editionf stiB refliain-
on hand, and will bo disposed of
at a discount for cash.
This Directory is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mal-
landai|H(;;i'iiW rifciiMiBs 'a large
amount of valuable information
respectiimg" thpi different 'cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besjdes a list of the
names and addresses of business
men,"fafi'h'ers'"'etc. lit is a wcll-
bound book of 308 pages, and is
pronouHiS&l 'by' h\ie *jJroviniiitV'
press to be the most complete
and accurateDircotory ever published in this province,      ii
Copies sent to any post-office
in Canada or the United States,:
post-paid, on receipt of $1.50.
The price of the book is $2.
Atfaftss-: ':   j
&0. Printing (Jo., Ld.
dwJ»12lo        WESTMINSTER, a O.
/j*i|l|fl i      *i
Carriage Works!
'.  (JptUMjSlA'iSTilEHr,
New Wogtinlaater. B. €. '
REID&CURRIE
iPRbPRtrEt6ft8.
MANUFAOTURKKS A iMl'OtlTEIlS OP
DRAY8,   0ART8,
And all sorts of Veliiolcs.
Plonghs, steel. Iron & Wooden
" Trojw^.-Agrr—*
Implements
Harrow?,   Agrtfo^wl
We havo also a large Stock of
CARRIAGE & WAGON  MATERIAL,
Which wo will nil ttr tire Lowwt
P0«,lBlo   Pl-icel,,      .
COHPHlllNOI    '■..,;.)   f':; -.
Hardwood, \Vhaeh (pnttot' b home-
mule), Shafts, Pole!, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Neok Yokes, Single Trees, aud all
kinds of Bent Qooils	
CARRIAGB HABDWAM,
Springs, Axles, . Clroles, King Bolts,
Clips, Stent*,* and everything required for
Carriage Building.
BLACKSMITHmO.
o»llthe*tt«ntlonof
..-lokumUhlngr
tbe very best df
WewoiUd-. r      .    .	
the Publlo to our Blookemfthing Depart-
    ...       ..    • --* -^-Worlc-
ijBteel,
meuU We employ tbe vory bent of w<
men and we Import all our Iron, Hi
and other mtUrlrtl: oooipque»tly, we .
do better, both In prices anu quality ttf
workt than any other Shop on the Mainland of Brltlih Columbia. >
Eitlmatee given on Iron Wo»k,«nd oon-
traote taken Tor any kind of WoTIt.
nraien* A Iioigen' Bitppllcs kopt on
hand; ready-mnue. Obnlni, Hooka. Dof
Hooks, Blocks, Shackles, Hteel and Iron
Wedgcf), Mall Rings. Ox Yoke Htajples.
ClevlcoK, SlnRli'lree Irons, Iron A Steel
Harrow Teeth, Harrow Hinges, etc
All Iflnje Pf ««»a»rs executed on short
notice. -
Iru* Hteel, Chain, roal* and all kinds
Of mat-trial sold, wholesale or retail.
•••Call and liiHpect oar Bloek and obtain our prices before wdertag elsewhere
and you will save money by ft,.
•«*Order8hymallpromptly)attendedto.
dwfelUlo ,    fl Rtt»AOUR1tll.  I
Misses Capp&McRae
(LATE Of'SEATTLE)
FASHIONABliB DKB8SMAKHRS
At thi Bon MahQhi,
Columbia SL,     •     Kour^cstmlnster,
Agents for the Mclalu SnMltn-.'.nn.
ilnpiale *jg        -
■CdWilAL-'PARIS.I373-l
A-lMTHl ,Ti|.lilipEH & Cfij Victoria.
MAJOR & PEARSON.
Ren! Estato Brokers and
I.   Finaiiciiil AgtiitH,
!aQ#TS Fof
'  I oMrdrriMl-on llfi- i«,arlrillo»T,I Tol'.
■unto, ~
':. Stsrib BHII.I, Hen anlllr nml Gamallail
"    Fire ln»nr.ni-r < ainiiriHlr..
MT-Valuable Isils for mile in llio .Oity
and IilHti-li-.t of WeBtuiluHUrr; nnd i-linieti
Lulu In tbe city of Vancouver.
Poraons wishing to buy or sell eity or
rural property eliould coninui)leatewt)ll
isrb'inGH
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
__ we have applleS' to the Minister of
.uie Interior for a license to out Umber on
tho, following lands, Vl'.: The Southeast
quarter df Southwest'ijnarter-sectlon and
Southwest qnarler of- line Southeast quar-
leivseoUon of Seotlon.! S3, and We Northeast quarter ot Northwest Quarter-section
m
BBUJIETTH SAW MILL CO. (Lu.)
dapoml    r       H. Li DirBKOK, Manage*.
TENDERS
WILL Bfe RECEIVED UP TO NOON
of tbo llut. Hay forthe **>eoUon
'"B^licit CHURCH,
With Stone Foundation, for itih Congregation of su Andrew's.       vnWi     n
:,h Pl'dn« and speclflcatlonscanbeseenat
Ui4'OrflTtte of Messrs. Clow A Maclure ana
TvJ.TrappACa    -       .   j
:' -The lowest Or any tonder not neoeBsarlly
accepted. :•'■.:■)     dmyltd
FOR SALEe
Valuable   Pa^eriyl
■:;■.{ ^vsl)tiuD^AY 1ioi.i1.
u'V^VIktub'op the power op
Jj Sale eontalnod In a certain-Mortgage
Which may be seen at the olllce or the nn-
deralgned. tenders will  be  received by
them up to noon on THURSDAY tub
10th Day op May next, ior the purchase
of the Norlh'EMt Qunrlrr of Scellou No.
13a Townrtlp 4, Mew Westrolnttor District, on whieh Is erected a valuable
Dwelling House and other buildings.
Title Indisputable. Terms and conditions
may be had on application to
. . . .       ... CORBOULD A McCOLL.
NewWestmlnster,
Solicitors for Vendors, dwup 12td
Brick Manufacturers,
; »UnM^I«!''Ali!^v'.''i'
liniojK-YAitnsiir*
OFFICE?: Vomer Culambla and Mary
.    81a., KeW WulBlaaler.     dwinlilOlo
6
•1; IIIUHV
Having taken*
Lundbom's Building, Front 81.
* {Formerly ocenpled by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW RF.ADY
to serve hie eustomen and everybody
wilh as Kood a stock as a mau wants to
select froin. ■■.;•■-,
Dry Qoods* Crocerlcs, VrmvMsms,
Crtckfry, fllassware, lloota, At*
Oome and see the new place, and let us
know what you thlek of It,
dwoewte 0. Mcdonough.
NOTICE..
B1
ITTINOSOr THE OOCNTV COURT
of Cariboo will he held!
At Lillooet, on Wednesday, 90th May,1888,
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 18th June,1888.
At llW-Mlle House, on Thursday, 28th
June, 1888.
At Soda Creek, on Saturday, 80th Jane,
1888. ■•-'■-' I ;
At Itlehfleld, on Friday, Dtli July, 1888,
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary,
Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,
10th April, 1888. dapSOtd
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAMiNDERTAKEA.
Kmbjlmln*'» Bpeclalty.
A fail line of OolTIn Trimmings always on
fialld. P»rtl« at n distance auppllodnt
shorliiit notice, satMaetlon guaran-
teed In every particular. ....    •
dwoelto   '•'    OoUllllw ST, New West'r.
MANITOBA
Flour & Feed
EWEN'SCAKNERYKHtDKI
Cor. Columbia & Begbie Ste.,
W?9»M1N8IER.:
IMPonTM Ann OTAI.W IK
FlpuK,,. Fqed
AND DA1R» PRODUCE.
CAM, 4 EXAMliJFaOODS k PRICES.
ilmli20ni2
mr-lo St., WefituilimttTl-i
Vancouver.     dwuplOte
Jersey^Bull.
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMPORTED A S-
year-old
Thoroughbred Jersey Ball,
Has decided to stand him for the benefit
of'those wishing to Improve their Stock.
. For terms apply to <j
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
dapHtc        , Columbia Street.
Merchant Taitor^'i
WISHES TO INFORM  THE PEOPLE
r OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
-   IB PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch anil Irish
Tweeds nnd  fancy      >
Trouserings. -'
SOOUUAR'S OLD STAND
Colombia St.,   •  Nbw WedimikstbH; ■
' dwmhssto
!
GUARDIAN
lEsraaiice Confy
OF LONDON, ENG.        \
Total Funds, $18,000,000
1 * trnt—jLtnu-r)
ESTABLISHED 1621
Risks Token at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
,„ „    ! ■ \ ■ it r n
T. R, PEARSON,
NOETH
MIMOE •-■
OOMPANT
Capital, $1,000,000 j   Lowe*
Paid, |48,00«,000
Bntsilillsiliesl MMt
 _. i
Rates as Low, as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
IT Risks promptly taken, and loeset
satUtaetorily adjusted.
T.R.PEARSON,
Confederation Life1
ASSOCIATION.
UaaraMee Capllal..
-SI
?
Full Gov'm't Deposit
HEAPOfjiqe, Toronto, Canada ,
. A HOMEWAtoY.
>  Thii Association  merits' the'
confidence the Public is reposing In it from the  following'
FACTS:-
The Roourl.j offered to poller holden U j
nninniamd iy any QomSm doing tail-
t,e™InOauada,       -.'   ■   • ,
'(■'HMWWfl'?' (I'Of***1* bnta,e\
well-establlalried lines, benoe the poller
tnSs'"*1       " ''■'"W MtoWWInS
IU statement! to tha publlo ean ba read,,
jljr nnderttood, Ita eaeh .Utement show-
lit emy Item of Income and how en
Its position Is ascertained annnalijr from
a detailed ruination la which e»erjr Item |
IU policies an Indleputable after threo '
JJ!,u'n*"a *iw'-"»"'*"«'1»»n« >■— fktf
lie proAta an dlstrlbnlad npon an equll-
a?«h7iUiAtt»-,m
Ia**arpro«u to an).,other olaaa, which -
method allbrda snperlor adyantaaesover
tha uniform bones plan of dliMbntlon.
liberaloealHfeas as ta ■eatlseismt
), K. MaoDONAIiD,
Manailm Dlnotor,
T. R. PEARSON
WMno-MunMa. dARE OF THE STOMACH.
W lion to Eat anil Hon.-Sauna Advice ti on,
an Old-Tinier.
An olil timer, who was brought tip in
liiitirln nnil reslmants, anil knows all
al out I'atiirf*. gave somo points to a report it the other dny about tho way for a
niiin lo make friends with his Btonocli.
" I hero are two bis mistakes (lint almost
all perrons make,!' miirl he. "One ia that
iln-y ilun't cat tho ilgirt tiring, anil Ihe
nllt'i-l» lhat what lliey ilo oat thoydon't'
nil littlit. Dyspepsia nnd indigestion are
lulling moro people than mm ten limes
over. Wby, delirium tremens is joy
roinpnretl with a bad digestion. "When
' n man has the tremens he's happy some-
I inn b, because he forgots himself, but
vlnrii he's got dyspepsia hia nlomach is
iihvnys with him, nml he's always con-
' i I'intis of it,   He can't steep,
right.   	
. ...  _..   His food
doesn't taste right. : L'oijs brenk out over-
liim. Hn'smorbid. All his friends seem
lo havo dwelled him, and somo dny he
' poi's nud blows his bruins out, and" the
public nml nowspaji.-is sny he had business troubles. Busitinr-s troubles I Why,
what does a man enru for business Iroti-
ItIits when his stonurrli's nil', right ?., If
his .toiiiach is all right, his head will lie
rli-iiranml he'll prosper. Ko glhtton or
dyspeptic can strum up alongside nf a
unii with a sound stoinnch and a clear
lii'iui. -iVlien you got up this morning
what did yon <16? Went tight oil, to
I.Tieak(«statitfflll4dyourtelf,   :___,	
WITB YOBS 8081 IS TB8*Ar*BS "7
i and your mind wandering over the
, roth, , Yqu-don't know whnt yon ate, or
how ninch'or ho*tr loiig it took. -IW-ittl-
'-llio good it did you, you might as well
[ In rn swallowed bai'nn nnd cornbrend, or
) lurkey nnd buckwheat cakes, or nny
! ollri'i-iiiixtiirothat'woiild talrre. n|i -spite:*.*
| in your stomach. Then, while you.'-ntc,
\ott gulpodi ddwa IcO-trite'r antfr-bfroo
ii!U'riiat..ly,'flnd whon you got through
i vou lit nVigor and ,wi}iit down town, glad.
I you Wi' dOM- P«rt ol' tlio ftbrV. of tho'
■•hy. That's not hvoiilifiistiiig.; ,Jt'sJoaif-V
'ing np your stomnrh, and' it's .-woW.* .dr
you than if you lmirn't enroll nnytlrlfu*.
flion you havoMiem'nrlid uud l'e'el'l-ml,
nnrl grow fat, and vnnuler why it all is
It's Ireraueo you don't pay as-much nt
b ntioiitoyouratomni li nsyoudoto your
tiIHi'o boy. Your stirmnirh- .fakes ita revenge by making yon wretched. To
s iielch it yon poirr a lot of'liijuor into it
nud gulp some ico unler on that wilh a
irnr ker Or pretzel and a lilt of rhocso?
\\ lut sort ol a mixture is lhat ? .lust
imr-L'inrr the cheese and rum nnd pretzel,
nnd think lhat -something insido of you
Ims lo get away with that. .If you wnnt
to drink, drink and eir'oy your drink.
I on't down it and Iriug things nt it when
you've got it down. Take a glass of wine
nnil en'oy it, but don't Hing it into your
Hioinm-li as you would your fist into
somebody's eye. Your stomach ought
to lie your friend, lut if you go to pitch.
ing inlo it, It'll aliOw light, and you nritiy
hs well understand tha^it will get tlio
best ol It' -ffherf ydu-get up In the
morning take a big drink of water. Your
system wanta water first An engine
isn't first fired up and then some water
let into the boiler. Clpnii your teeth, nnd
, theap^ot-while
 ) water rnn.1:
[you're doing It _,
TUBI D8W8AH1ITON IT, .,,
Use comtnon hydrant watW; no ice,
tno salt, no mineral water. Ordinaly
kwater ts good enough for nn ordinary
[honltliy man.   Keep nway from drugs
ud pills nnd give your stomach a allow.
I you nre In a hurry to Md the papers,
end Ihem before breakfast.   When you
't ,'otvii to breakfast tablo bo hnjip'yV
"if re. going .to do something nleanaiit.
renkfiiBt isn't a ponnlty imposed pn you
r a task to to uerlornied ns soon as
■lossible, but a pleasant, enjoyable-oc-
aVnsiott.' Try and havo somebody to talk
'i you, and talk yourself.   Laugh, trturt
I with fruit—some oranges, say.  Then
it some fish and stale Mead, or stale
ills or .toast  Ii yoa want anything
Hore eat inm* meat  Tak^yourtimeto
___■..   1.   -1,       T _A— ii -1.-   ..±7-..*....  :
.C;.i;.i„OT'S  CjRANDFATHER.,,
KiHiiitiriiii*H Aiiprccliillnn and What Nlab-
r.J i. uiu- Said of Him. -
■. 'j-.t in-ii uro'tho whirlipiiwof timo nnd
Ih- iii-aiigii revenges which Ih'-y bring
iitoTii firr-eilily or more curiously illus-
iinto.l llinli in .the records of historic
houses; nnd of|ilio existing prdairi'il ol
Ihel-'remihi-apilal iliiloiiiTlirTsiii.iloraoiiu
so.nia iy interesting v iirissitml. s us has I lur
I lysee, whereat tho end of dune, lslo,
1 azure Mcolaa Mnr_uerite Carnot eon-
' versed for tho laat timo wilh his irriparia1
master. .
From 1800 io 1811 tho Inflexible Bo-
publican had held studiously aloof from
tlio imperial rcgiino. He would hnve
ah- olnUrly nothing lo do with Napoleon
so long ns the Cusar was prosperous and
powerful. He lind voted against tho
foundation of the I o,.ioit of. Honor, he
hnd voted against tlio consulnto for lili,
nnil bo was the only member of tho
Tribunate'who dare! to raise bis voico
against tho establishment or' tho empire.
*i et so highly did Knpbleon appro, rate'
the taieuis and the virtues .of tho so'diir,
statesman, and iiihitof science, who had
served the t'onveu'iidn'and to Oinctory
so well, that ho sent hini this pithy but
comprehensive mossHge:
' **Monsl6ur Carnot, unytliiag you like,]
asyou like, and wlit'U-yoii. like.'
■ Carnot, wanted and won Id an opt nothing. When,however, political bankruptcy
had overtaken Napoleon in 18W, nnd
when his marshals and. his courtiers
were deserting him en masse Carnot reappeared lo oiler, ns lidrput1 tf,_a "deita-
gc'har Inn afiir to tho defeated nndruinod
Wiiqneror.
His services were gladly accepted, nnd
lio wus instructed to placu AiUwiri'p in a
statb of defense, and it was* not until he
L had 'nccoriiplisbod l.istask tlt-iti. t was dis-;
"covered" that the man who fiatl "orgiin-1
ized victory" for the Uepul I'iran armies,
| wlirjjjniiine'yas plosidyj'^iBtai-i!t)aTt'\v" 1 li:
f thb rrcatt&'ri' tit the rolj'lei-hiiic Scl.ool,
ibt* Institute, tho Ecole Nm male, nn : llio
I'liiu.niof Lohgtitud.s, held no higher
irrnde than that of a major oi cii„hieiris.
Ho hud bestowed'the'very highest rar.lrs
in thu military service of hist-ouutry, but
lie had forgotten his own irniiii.i. nnd it
w*S only by'seriiority t-at lie'lriul t'Mic
lo the postot a ".Chef de i'atrrillon."
. I'crh.ni'S t"io fiuc.it: tiiUilo rover rcn-
ilered to his character' wns that paid by
tbe'illustrious historian Niebulir.' . "Cril'-
nofhesnid,' "is iti( iir'fiily rc--;pi'i:ts the
greatest ii^au pf this ilnuury i;,lrls viriu'T.s
nro of nti cxr_ut5lt'e riruuro.'. My polltl'iil
ideas differ from his, mid my lovo lop
him: might Seem an.nnountly; tut. tliis
love exists.and if th- r'u itia ,-incd to mo
in tho -wond only n vinghi erusl of bread'
1 sbould.bo proud to s_,ii'ro it with Cilr-
not"
Proscribed by the l'ourbons because1
he had voted lor tho death oi Louis
J;till., fie died in, oxile nt J!njidcbur.';
but llttlo conk! he have deemoa'lu Tis
lirst nnd soiow-atricken days that his
grandson would, ere threo generations
hud expired, bo elected Chief Maeisl
Irate of n r public the puissaneo an-1 dur-
of which hud been, the dreaui ol
SSSBpweHaaBaHaHMBBH
Your Children
Are cowtaiitly exposed to danger from
Colds-, Whooptaff Cough, Croup, nd
diueasos peculiar to tho throat and
lungs. For mch ailments, Ayer's
Cherry PeetoraJ, promptly admlnia-
tered, aftotdo speedy relief and cure.
As a runledy Ior Whooping Cough,
With which many of our children went
AfflirWtl, wo tiHtsd, during tho past win*
tor, with iimnU aatii-Jiuution, Ayor's
Chorry Pcctutid, Vot this affection, we
coiwiilor this preparation the most offl*
cacioiiu ot all tho wediuinas which have
coiiio ft) our kiiowlodge.—Mary Pork-
hurst, Prceeptreas, lioma for Little
Wtoduiera, DohcaBtor, Md.
Mt children have heen peculiarly subject to ottaeks of Croup, and I failod to
Mind any effective rnmody until I commenced adininlstorin-' Ayor's Cliorry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves the
difficulty ot brcathlug and Invariably
euros the complaint,—David G. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., -N. V.
I luwe used'.Amor's. Cherry Pectoral
In my family for* many years, and
hayo found it especially valuable In
Whooping Cough.   This medicine alloys
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. o, llloek XII, and Lot Ho. 2;
Block XXIII, in the City of New West-
minster.
A OEimFlOATI'! OP INDTWKAHtBLK
A Title to the ttU>v«*-t»i.*i)M(>ned Lots
will be issued to Alexander Ewei. on the
25tb duy of Mny, lliG8,uiileii!j tn tbu mean*
time a valid objection tli ere to bo miitlo to
llie uiitlersl-jneu In wrllim* bynomeppr-
»on clitlmlng nn estate or Intereat lu acii<|
Lots or KOint) part thoicof.   ,
11. W. AHMHTUONO,
DepMty 1-teglntrur.
IiHiut flettlslry Otllee,
New WeNtmliiHter, Zlst Feb., 1H88.
all irritation, proven ts inflammation from
extending to the lungs, and quickly sub-
Anca anv -tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J.B. \VullinSton(PlaiuvJllo,Mioh.
I find no medicino so effectiva, for
Crt/itp ami Whooping -Cough, m Ayer's
Cheiry,Pe'ctoral. It saved the life of my
bit Iii. boy, only Six montbs old. carrvino*
biiHrsrfeir through
coflflni
boy.jouly^lx months old, carrying
""'"'" through the wbrst cfse oi
Aysr's Cherr
S5ff*yil,bi**,',1,**'%''>
Solil by .11 $rrii__l|*t,. Prti
Hotel to lease!
■ r   . .i  i\K: ,  i
mHE NEW rinuSE-STOHY BRICK
Corner olClemont 4 ColnmblrrStR.    -
ApjilT/to !.**'' ::i
W.  A.   DUNCAN,   -j
ilwteato NewWestmlnHtirr, P. C.
■I it all. I lUf it the table (oranhoor,
rl i'«t #11 the time,  Don't eat much,
'' liijrourtimitolfc- Ii you haven't
at leu.   The time you spend at
Hvukiait *H1 be eaved over end oyer
uiu during tbe day. If you've been np
o iii<!bt before, don't Uko a cocktail or
3 wnter, Try eome broth and somo
ino if your atonnch'i prettyfargone,
lien a man's been off a little hia stoni-
rli ii raw and. intianiedf Ha.doesn't
[mrt to rtart right off With more nim,
Hoi him give hia stomach a show; It'll
■******V him to. Coddle ybilrMonikcn in tire
fjrning and It'll stand up for ^ou at
Liflit. If you go pitching into it lirst
ling It will have ita. revenge. If you
ust smoke Mid yoa must drink, wait
itil your itomach is throuith with
cakfast. Try this thing of starting oil'
lir and square. You can drink more
lid smoke moro ir) tho evening, and it
tui't tell on it  A man's itomaeh is his
&«««»
|>precl«tl^*|ail:itl*>y:-alf at»it*t."
Seiened rercet. *
ilt Is often tho cue that luccese _
'pendsupon what may bo cnllo.l ._
nod power.  The individual has in
ore certain physical, moral or intellect-
nl forces, which he hrinra Into action
licimvor thoy ar» needed,
Tho Inte llcnjaiUln Disraeli, on mak-
,s his maiden speech In the House of
oiuinonij was met with shouts of do-
sive laughter,   In closing, ho said;
fl have begun many things, and hnvo
Iteppu-Medat lalt,  I will lit down
'■•w, but r)|t;«mo lim1 cmya yrhen you
Tha time eamo when tha Homo oi
pmpons not only beard him, but ac-
lowledged him aa Its .lender and as the
lino minister,
Daniel Webster possessed groat reserve
wer. _t mind *aa not only well (3tted
any oueitlou In law or
itcsuMllhlt) whioh might bo submil-
d, but it WU well stored with knowl-
Ige'. -  - ■ -..     .'.,-.
Tils famounpeptihagainst Hay»tta
o example pi the vastness oi the Intel
•tnnl forces he had in reserve.  The
i wealth ol knowledge it displayed,
the closeness of lta logic, In ita beauty
style and eloquence, It has seldom,
i'i. if over, MW) «<|Ji«ed MA merlotjn
atory.
This maim im»sr-oMHieasa-a«d oi
■jobsler cpji(rjbul(r.d to, the luccessol
The^^iU|4t|ntt«' thlt power li:
lolly to read ranch and thoroughly,
d, what Is more essential, to think con;,
rally aud carefully. dHUvOI
Train tbe mind well, atore it with,
rnlnfc and one is iiMnared with a
nfeUeftpal lere-a which be ran
o tpjfI t»l»ni»ir tbo dmanud ts
.lis lobg nnrl useful life, /s little could
behave rcekoiibd that thar'Klysee, whnro
ior the last time he lind seen and con*1
ferrcd with Kapoloon, would bir ihe mun-
sion nsr-'i_i!iic4 M » nn'clnlri'SldeiicB to his
dt-'fiix-iuUint.' -.'.-. , '   .
Win n, howovcr, tho difonlclo ot this
chi'-ineleon-like structure.is considcrod,
astonishment at its changes ol occupants
isovercoiiioby a conviction1 tliat tlu ro is
sr'nrcr'ly anything Hi Iho way Ol muta-
■ iriliiy that is not pcsaililo.ln..that edilico
of-hiany fhasters. '- - '    •'
Karly in tho eighteenth century the
Regent Orleans begged from the baby
1 ouis XV. a vast tract oi land abutting
on the Chamys Klysecs, and this property he presented to his friend Henry de
In Tour d'Auvergne, Count oi Kvreux,
who proceeded to build on the site that
whicli was called at tho period 'o deli-
dons residence."        _.,-._««■.■.
So delirious, Indeed, WM Oa mansion
found to bo that It waslcoveted by-Wad.
amo.de Pompsdouri.wl* Inbabitad H tor
como years. U.ra she .took W^ona in
painting and_ engraving do* thkiamoue
liouther, and in hor rlqdio at tboElym..'
she executed a nniuk'r oi etehinn in
copper, almost as delicious aa the houso
surrounded by smilinj. gsrdona in wftich
shedwelfc-T'r. r..-   .     ..-     .
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it
Mibakda, I Just hato April" " ff h
abel? Because it'a tooihowery?" ''0
don't mind tho fnin. But itrt\ site!) ,
irrlblo misfit n)qi|th. It'» too late in
ro year for oyster, ami tqo ewlf-for ice-
eam." .'-.'_._.^'.',...'.  .. M__.___*m3S&
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'Uir and rloivntliroT a wvll-kuowo street
Wlisa a block eivay, 1 ,nn- a throng,
Atd hMteaerl to lire ivlrrrt wn. wjODg, ' '.
'l'h'oi-0 Ifouiid 4 woe, ivtc{,'lrl, "
BaWty a*lp«tly, .'alrlralrla.tat,   <
-ffe.plng,liMM«ihlni(lrsiiotoii'ii, *
Crying, *«0, marrrrnii, 0, i>i|i_, I', loitl't '
0* yvwxs s*wrirein, ..-loiiier .be nulled,.;-'
Anil'l'thought ofaij- oiyii pctdirllng child    '
Allwrae, aad tali la'lnrrairji'iui-'. uu. j
6u 1 tiled to quiet th!, one', iilainis;
And Out liar .iiony IicatI l cinct'd, —
Thru lifted hi*up to i.iy luutliig bre»!, I
'And cujIqJ hor, S91!ItIiii{,.i.«m! llttlo fay.
To tbo lUHon houio, oulrt**o Ueoki away,
Cniitatii Cafl'iy wns then in aomnmnd. .
ITotooTc tliolo6!bal,y--tlrl by the band, '   '
Anil, lilting ber tip on trie rlir*k by hi. sldk  ,.
l'lealaiitly talked till uo lucij'or liio.srieiL-   V
Dat dried op |or tea... and soon, imtitig aM
J. ,t*ti •-.:, J    j)M_\.x,.Mt _.
Was csrncitly lliplng sad prattling aw.yi t**
And told of her beautiful mMnm., bor Joy.,"^
Ilui- blg-boarttod popa, Ur homo, and her loy.,
<(ro*l> .he bciir.IjSjOlWjoflrrg Qorlnaa baud plsy,
Anil, listen!a.;, fo'.loivrr.l llroia IW their woyi
.uijiiiM when they .loiip'd, and exott't vim
. tlioy owi.'d, .~
qrovr'tltw, Kind for |iT)T_»,Mlt()i_|d:iMwM
■ imb . * '     . ■< -,-
xiiit door of th. station horn, opened just th.n
AilinJltlii«»''jlrti»it**,lwt-«'o«,-ta*loii/_BrniMi|
Fur rlii'ly'iiiiu-riigRod-adil'iiiolHnji; for *,!.*.
P.'i.t.nlirrt yon niiiy.urji; a '•re»iiootit*_s ttaht.''
Led nil to Kio ilir.k In- jii.t ilftod hu«m -
'A'h. iu.taut bvl laud. Mm a. suber.u sue. **
"Uy papal pwr pan)*' INrrUrt th*
r.'Wns.!4.r ■-. - . v?Ts
Moth weeping, ai iba .MtM MMIIUIlNMI
■MM. . imu.1" lltil »c.-*«M^ H IM t. ■
.      _tll*WI        ~a
ft think you'r. been p*»*MI «MI|t|.M
J' ' 'liiy gol" ' ■• i.7J-.^ . T
J The fiitlurr bowed low.-tlrc ItHft. aft. ___|_M —
1 And ho psis'il Uireugll lim rloot ii It. Mr.'of
.     hlselillil. '  "
Do j on know Ibat I feel )bat ht aitde a gitM
. W ' "'   -'    -•'    • ■ 5.0
Jnil riina, .gtiaii Hipiur, and Ik ir.lrrdk.a
_L»*(>-i •'•   ."'
IrtiWoe etevdil nr»s twonty-two, libiv
can twice top lio twenty too ?
SilBt.t-.tu Assiii(AKqi!,-.'.'Sil'/, luncj ftti*
your iinilirellri, w|llyou''('  '
'-\\'-liv, it's raining yot."
;   "VV.d'1, that's tlie reiwjn J watttit."
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of tbe foirowlng Plants, all correctly labelled, my.election of varietle.-
1 GERANIUM,
1 CARNATION,
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which Accompany it. Price-St.    wy   -
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M^-Tho Westerner Toronto,Tbo Alius, The City nf London, and Tlio Hurt-
,A01)1WTB  -FOB
riBi
fowl.    	
UKK—Tho Now York Life IusWanisoCo.
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< 111 aad labariian l audi> ror dak. Wo
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the color and fi-cshiK'Ha of maldenbooil;
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ox n'sliwes Ihe iemiilo bust lo the pmpor-
Uot.« of vpluplnous natuie, Is ontlrely
harinlcmiandeeitnln InrcNults. Pnco*J.
Toronto Medlulno Co., Toronto; Ont, i
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iMNnn md iiuui m
JflPjiItrj
It t'oiu Mo Mon lo Keep fiood FavU
thai It Does to Keep Poor Fowls,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any ln
the united States or Canada. ]   *
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
and First-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that wilt last.
Cash must accompany all orders. Address, with stamp,
dwmbSto
JOHN S. COX.
New Westminster.
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HACK, LIVERY, STAQE,
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ftt^uUll Unl Tnoiif
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Outers by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
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djalllo      QILLEY BROS. Pmw.
DRESiS MAKING
At miss iwn~mtp_'
(LAM or E_ra__uo»   ''"'
Corner of Church ud Columbia Stre.U,
NEW WESTMINiTBB.
•V-fnaturactlon Ruarantaed.    dwliVta
OOME AND SEC I
W. H. HOLOKW,
TTAVIKO TAKEU pbWP»»W OP
M   the -TtmMrtDM Bpnee/'ftofti
onColumblaand Churoh Street*,oapu
the Eplsoopal Church, and now li
as the iM
FARMERS'HOIK
Will aooommodata th. tm-rellnf rjpabll.
at the following nlMi ..,. ,___,_
Board per h.j...
"      " WMk
slnfl.Mo.l...	
^^aeoomnmmterikOfiig*
Flowers for sale
Fool-Wo lick
EMPLOYMENT OFflCE
Lalior Gmitraotod.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK WOA CO.,
COLUMBIA 8TBBET,
Near Cleveland Hotel, . ._
Nev Westmlnstor.    dfellul
KSTABLWHssB 1889.
2STOTICE-
W1CTHH UNMKKHluNKn lllCltBRY
give notice that thirty dayn n/ter
dnto wo Intend tn apply to the Chief Com-
mtf-rcliini-r of LhiiiIh and Worku tar per-
mlKilon to IciiKe for timber purpoai'H the
fiitlowliitr ileHeriiied lands:
Plot No. t.—Twenty nere», mom or lesn,
fllluated about twenty miles from Harrl*
Ron Sprint's on Ihe Wcr(, shore of Harriaon
Lake, bounded by tlio lalte and mountain.
riot No. 2.-Ten acres, more or less, «tt-
tiatcd about twenty-two miles from Harrison Springs on the Went nlde of Harrison
Lnlce. hminded by Rhore and monntaln.
Plot No..%—Three hundred ncros, more
or Ibsr, sltunteil nlmut twcnly-llvo mllos
from Hnrrlson Sprlnga on West shore,
opposite North end of bin Island, called
"Iialf-way Point.'* bounded hy mountain
and shoro.
Plot No. A—One hundred aores, more or
less, situated on West shoro of Harrison
Ijifce, about half way between [Silver
Creek nnd big slide, bounded hy mountain and shore,
plot No. 5.-Flftoen aoron/rnow orlesH,
situated on West shore of Harrison Lake,
opposite big slide, honnded by shore ana
mountain.
Plot No, 4-T-en acres, moro or less, situated on West shore of Harrison Lake,
one mile above big slide, hounded by
mountain nud shore.
Plot No. 7.—Ten acres, more or toss, silo*
ated on west shore ol Harrison Lake, six
miles from Pong-las, bounded bv mountain and shore.
Plot No. a-Plfty acres, more or less,
Vest of Port Douglas Indian reserve,
hounded by LIllooetRlvor nnd monntaln.
plot No, a -Two hundred aores, moro or
less, situated on West side of Lillooet
Hlver and North side of Slucket Creek,
bounded by Slnokot Crcoki LUlooet River
and mountain.
Plot No. lfl.--One hundred aeres. more
or lews, situated on Knnt side of Lillooet
Illver, nbout fnin miles from tho river**
mouth,
Plot No. II.—Fifty acres, more or iess,
situated nbout one mile of rear of Douglas
ou tho wagon rond.   .
i      m..    *<& MAHTIN A SON.
' Harrison River, a C,
April tnd, 1888. dnpBml
ROBT,
newly tpfoille rte Ckittltl Slttl,
NEW *WEOTMIKSl*B8i
THK LARGEST AND
UKrrt-n.ntof.il "
cmtenr
MEATS AND Vf«Tttt£S
Constantly on hand, and supplW to ttm.
Illia, Resrtaurut., tsd fi
LOWEST POSSfflUC PMCW,
CHINA A JAWAWi
WBepHnffiJ!,«?W^
CELEBttm IB*
labroMWctMlkOoMH    aw
Shawli.Screeni.Bod^sltM.
lMiilitlltwM,limlt«,
rorceUIn, aumu, CIoImmd,
ttttttt, IWr,luMM*tM
' tlrlMof ETsi^DOKHpthll.
iiwoiim ir ttmww wttr risi
Hoping that rod will hon of tu Mil) yhat
visit, w. remain v.ry re.petWulljr jxmn,
Kwong on Wd & Cft,
FBOIITg!
IT ■■-"—i*  y,. n,MM,|l a.a_
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NEW *pyE«TISE(«ENTS THIS DAY.
"ie—li7777s '.■:..:'. ,i7t...<i.W.C.
jpnilfi tftitteh €fllmntiian
Tieriay Evening, Hay 8, 1M8.
mm
The iti. Dunsmuir loaves for Nanaimo to-m9m>w morning at 7 o'olock.
The .tearoer Rainbow-loft for Victoria this morning with freight and
passengers.
The sir. Yosemite arrived from Victoria at 5:15 thi. ovening with freight
and pauengers.	
I A-fclgo boom of logs, for tho Royal
city Planing MilU,-wm brought from
up-river lut night.; .•; .
-.- Th. Ktnii>lbii'8utton oomprny shipped a second con.lgnm.nt of 1,200,000
yard, of oloth to China.
Wanted immediately, a .tory .nd a
half kttitt, with toton toora., in good
hoality. Address P. O. drawer L. *
ri Him F. Welcome McCrady will resume her class in voice culture, at her
reiidence, Mary .treot, on Friday, May
UtK              dm7-t3
, Mr. A. F. Cottoit's survoy party haa
Commencod operations on llie Dominion lauds situated a short distance oast
of the hatchery!
The instruction at tho Royal sohool
of strtaiery, Victoria, will until further
orders, be confined to candidates for
"short" or "special" courses.
.tte til'.'eilia/i'Hrfived from up-
river ports Shortly before 12 o'clock,
bringing 13 passengors, 33 hend of livo
stock and a quantity of form produce.
. • Salmon aro not yet running in large
number, though the enter, is fair.
Sockeyes are beginning to mako thoir
appearance, but as yet aro not numerous
The str. Irving arrived from Chilliwhack at noon wilh 19 passengers, 22
head of live .took, 80 bales of hay and
several luge consignment, of butter
anil eggs.
All lacrosse players and lovers of the
game an requested to meet on the
cricket grounds Friday evening at 7
o'clock, for the purpose of forming a
dub and oqjanising for tho season.
. A deiianoo fire on the outskirts-of
Vancouver got beyond the contral of
the men in charge last night during the
heavy gala. Beyond burning a few
telephone poles no damago waS dime.
Many ladles admlro gray hair — on
some other poison—hut few care to try
It. effect, on thoir own charms.   They
. need not, since Ayer*. Hair Vigor re-
store, gray hair to its original color.
Sold by druggists ahd perfumers.
Front and Columbia streets are very
dusty, and when the wind is blowing
travel on these streets is very disagree-
able. It is time arrangements were
nude for keeping the stroets properly
sprinkled.
;: la the spring, hundreds of persons
rraflbr from bolls, carbuncles, mul other
eruptive diseases.   These are evidences
thai the system is trying to purgi
Of ImpurlHas, and that it heed, the pow
•rf.1 «H whWi U .Horded by th. ns. of
Ayer'a Dananarllla.
Bev. Dr. Williams, general superin-
tendint of the Methodist ohuroh, announces that the gross Increase in the
membership of that church in Canada
in th. past 4 year, has been 00,000 or
70,000, and the net increase, after deducting deaths and removals, has been
aOjMt
.-* Eanfrew Mercury it authority
hr thi statement that Georgo A.hmnre,
a hold keeper of that community,
went to canvass during the vote on the
repeal of the Scott aot and got so in-
toxtoatad that delirium tremens followed. BUa tongue swelled so that his
mouth anald not contain It, and later
he died la[great agony.   '
Thooow bell nuisance,haa.broken
out again. Several cows with bolls
hung ti their necks keep the upper
pitU of Ae dty filled with not over
melodious sounds during the night,
much to the aunov.uco of the inhabitant!. Bbtobenoped the cow bell
br-Uwwtlh rtricUy enforced thii
•um-Mr. Bandi of roaming horse, alao prove a great eouree of annoyance
fr WsWffts of ths samalooslity, „,.
Worms oause fsverlshhess, moaning
and rMtlennen during sleep. Mother
Oraves" Wopn Exterminator is pleasant,
SUM, mid .ffoctual,  If your druggist
CgnrCtiK&b&Gv-^
UmsW.
■rlll.k Columbia i'onrirrence
Tho members of tlio stationing committeo mot thia aftornoon to arrungo
ttation. for the coining ecolcsia.ticr.il
year. At 8 o'clock to-night u public
temperance lnootinn will bo hold in
tho Methodist church, when addresses
will bo delivered by Revs. R. B. Hemlaw, W. J.-jDoWlor, B. A., and others.
Conference opens at 0 o'clock to-morrow morning. A feature of the missionary meeting to-morrow night will
be singing by tho Chinamon nf the
Chinose mission in this city.
-Fran Vancouver.
Tho Bank of Montreal has offered to
tako ?150,000 city debenturoa, bearing
0 por cent, interest, at 102, and the
oiler has beon aooepted.—A company
Is to bo formed to establish stroet railways in tho oity.—At a meoting of tho
city counoil last night a resolution was
passed asking the C.P.B. Co. to put
on tho Sunday train's to Wostminstor.
—Permission has'been recoived from
Ottawa for tho construction of bridges
ovor False Creok.—Tho water works
company iainvitinj,' lender, for laying
the mains from the north Bhore ol .Uio
inlet to Capilano creek.
■ullr.II the KKMd.
Au old man, a French-Canadian,
noarly eighty years of age, accomplish,
ed, on foot, tho distance between this
city and Vancouver, about twolve niiloa,
twipe yesMr'day, carrying his blanVets
otie way. It is to be feared that''tliis
petformanco would challenge the pluck,
if not tho endurance of some of; our
youthful. pedestrians. Lot some of
thorn try it without tho blankets.
Walking matohes between Wostminster and Vancouver and. return ought
to be next to football, the popular
amusement. Here is a chance for some
one to write his name high on tho
Kroll offamc.   Who'll be first.
.--   ,_    ■ Burglarised.   '
Some time during last night burglars
entered ■ the dwelling of Mounce Bros,
and carried off a little booty. Tho entrance was effected, by cutting a
hole in the panel of the door largo
enough to admit a man's hand. When
this had been accomplished it was an
essy matter to unlock the door and get
inside. The burglars then passed up
stairs, lighting matches as they went
to find their way without stumbling.
Mr. Maunco's bedroom door wss closed,
but the thieves opened it and carried
away a pair breeches without disturbing the sleeper. In the breeches pocket were two $10 bills and about 15 iq
silver. After emptying the pockets of
everything they contained the bui-gkrs
dropped tho breeches at the hoad of
tho stairs and departed. No duo to
tho robbers has been found.; . ,„.,-•
ne wut. aaw iium eo.
An amusing and rather 'shinning
phase bf the Chinese quostion has developed. Manahan Bros., of this city,
brick-makers, have been employing
lately in their brick-yards about equal
numbers of white men and Chinamen,
the total'numbor of mon employed being about thirty. This morning the
Chinese boss sent up thirty Chinamen,
and demanded tlp_t tJ)o "white trash"
be turned oat, ftfflMrexclusivoly Mongolian stuff installed iu tho yards, or
else the fifteen Chinamen would bo
withdrawn. Tho "bluff" did not work,
however, Mnnnhsn Bros, informing
thepig-trriled "KnightsoILnbot" that
they could gn. During tlie hostilities
the Chinese boss was nuked tu go up lu
the briok-yard to settle matters. Ho
replied indignantly: "Ale go up yoiir
brick yard ? No, me no go; you come
dowii my storo,"
Atltmplril Bobbery.
About half-past one o'clock this
morning while Mr. Allan Cummings,
nightwotohman on tho C. P. N. Co.'s
wharf, was on duty,'his attention was
attracted towatds the cattle corral by
the growling of hit- dog, While proceeding cautiously in the direction indicated by the dog, he saw a Chinaman
climbing over tlie feuce from tho oorrol
on to the wharf. In a moment Mr.
Cummings had hold of tho thief by the
leg, but waa .unable to obtain a
firm grip, and tho celestial finally
mado his escape. As tho Chinaman
started to run Mr. Cummings sounded
his whistle end callod for the police,
which brought Constable Pcarce down
Mary stroet at a lively pace and in
time to catch a glimpse of tho wily
celestial, who had left his boots In the
corroll to prevent his being followed by
sound. Tho constable gavo chase and
ordered the Chinaman to halt, and, on
his neglecting to do so, fired three
shots to bring him to a standstill if possible. Tho celestial finally entered ono
of the houses situated about the centre
of Chinatown, and though Constable
Pearce followed and learchod the
promises, no trace of him oould be
found. About 4:30 o'clock this morning a Chinaman was noticed to be
hanging round tho stroet, opposite the
wharf, and occasionally would take a
peep into the corral where the boots
still lay. Thinking this circumstanco
rather suspicious, Mr. Camming!,
with the assistance of Mr. W. H. Vianen, arrested the man and took him to
the lookup. In the police court this
morning Ah John got 30 days with
hard labor.
Personal.
B. H. Bidden, of Langley, ii In tho
eity.
E. M. N. Wood! roturned this afternoon from Kamloops, and will remain
in the city a fow days.
D. McGillivray, the well-known contractor, was in the city last night and
returned to Vancouver thii morning.
It ii reported Dan will won join the
army of benedicts.
.Tabesli Suow, dunning Cove, N. 8.,
writes: "I was completely prostrated
with tho asthma, but hearing of Dr,
Thomas' Eolectrio Oil, I procured a hot-
tlo, and It dono me so much good that I
got another,.and before it was used, I
wii well. My son wu cured of a bad
cold hy tho uso of half a bottle. It goo.
like wild-fire, and makes cures wherever
tt is u«d."
. The lam «f Ike Queen.
A despatch from San Francisco says
that some sir, weeks ago hnlf a dozen nr
more spiritualists and slate writers
came out together with tho prediction
that the Queen of tho Pacific would go
down on the trip sho wiin making to
Sun Diego when she was sunk in Tort
Harford harbor. They had several
hoitiiciib and readings ami other orgies
of a similar, nature, and tho reault wns
always'llio'ssmir. Tho Quooii, they
said, wus doomed to disaster, and somo
even went so far us to stake thoir reputation on tho issue. The predictions
wero freely circulated and reached the
orurr of Ihe general agents, who paid no
attention to tliom. The slate writers
had it that tho sturtmor must meet with
.disastor. They pointed to her unfortunate record and shook thoir. heads
ominously. Tqey dissuaded somo
people from going tin her, and now
thoy say in a quiet way that thoir predictions were fulfilled. A searching
investigation will be made to ascertain,
if possible, whother the agents or somo
enemy of the company had tho door
loosened. No pains or oxponso will
be spared to get at tho bottom facts.
,Two hundred lives were placed in peril
•and a steamship, worth half a million
dollars, was jeopardized by the loosening of the cover.' Hbw the coal port
was opened is a mystery to all, but a
rumor was widely circulated at San
Francisco and Port Harford to the effect that it was purposely opened by a
passenger or member of the'crow aftor
having left, and then let in writer.
Divers replaced the coal port on Wednesday and the vessel was raised on
Thursday afternoon.     ...
Police Court.
Urrforo T.C. Atltlnson.'l'.M.
All John, charged with being a vagrant.      _.   .-: 7.     ■ ■■ ■■
Constable Pearce sworn aairl: I have
known tho prisoner for over ayearflie
does not work much j I saw him last
week and don't know that ho is employed at any occupation; I believe.the
prisoner is the man who attempted to
steal from the C. P. N. wharf.
Allan Cummings, sworn, said: About
halt prut ono this morning I was watching on the wharf; my dog gave a bark,
and I jumped to my feet and law a
Chinaman getting over the fence, from
the corral, onto the wharf; I caught
hold,of him but he got,away nnd I
'oUw my Whistle and called " police ;"
shortly afterwards'I heard sevoral
shots nnd presently Constable Pearce
came along and reported having chased
the thief. About 4:30 o'olock tho
prisoner eamo mund.'evidently for his
shoos, which Were left in corral; his
actions wero so suspicious I arrested
him.*' *
jHU|*(M*>rs<tid it w« neoasiwy to
:maMnn example ot Suoh loose characters, and feeling convinced the accused
was a vagrant, the senteneo would bo
30 days in jail with hard labor.
,H Ah Sam, eharged with drawing a
knife on John Rankin, was discharged,
as no prosecution was entered, and satisfactory proof of his proviousj_ood
charaotor waa givon. $500 surety was
given for his proper observance of tho
peace.        mill lis
 : . . .s ^	
From the Interior.
CorroBpOndoneeTOfthe Oolumbluh.-'r
Veknos, May 2.—Minors are passing through on route to tho Bock
Crffi*« jsm-J&k tyr'Wfjti*0''6**1'-
ment will soon commence work on the
new road from Pentiqton to those
mines, and so give minora all pos-ili-
advantage to develop their claims.
The Cherry Creok Mining Co. lately
struck bettor pru.peeta than ever. J.
Morrison & Co. are down over 50 feet
in search of tho old Cherry Creek silver
lead. So far everything la satisfactory.
Chinamen continue workiuu pUcrr
olaims on Cherry Creek, and their
number is evidently increasing—a sign
there must be dust in paying quantities
still. Marriageable young lsdiei are
in demand; only two or three aro on
hand, and pno of theso may soon
change her title from Miss to Mrs.
"Coining events cast their shadows before," and to do the. fair ones justice,
Uap.year has nothing to do with it.
Ono of Okanagan'a batchelors makes
frequgnt visits to Nicola. Wonder if
it is quarts he is always prospecting fori
Seeding was finished by many from a
week to ten days ago. Fall wheat a. a
whole looks well, especially in Spallumcheen ; spring orops nro immense.
Land hunters ond those seeking a delightful climate for health or permanent residence should visit Vernon and'
oountry north, south, east or west, and
they will seek no further.' Bishop add
Mrs. Sillitoe, when en route recently
to Penticton, wero the guests of Mr.
Dewdney. They enjoyed the voyago
per itr: Jubilee on Okanagan Lake.
Fine showers, fine gross, and tine beef
—vory soon.
 ♦■-•-♦ 	
Dcltn Council.
The council met at tho town hall on
May 5th. Present the reevo and
Couns. Arthur, Ladner and Pybus.
Ststement of tho returning ollleer wus
read and acceptod. A communication
from Mr. Ti Mowat was received nnd
filed and a vote of thanss tendered fur
his promptness in tho mutter. W. C.
Ward's communication was received
and filed. The clerk wis instructed to
write the hon. provincial seoretary
with reference to the nonpayment of
vouchor for work done tin the Chilochken trunk road. Ooun. Lidnerond
the clerk wen iiiitruoted to have a bax
and outlet put in at the end of thuO.ll,
main road, Coun. Ladner was empowered to hove Canoe Pan road repaired. A committee of the whole wai
appointed to confer with Messrs, Ohisholm and Ladner about road matters
and water frontage. Un motion tho
clerk was instruoted to write the hon,
provincial aecretary, asking to have
the road known aa Oanoo Pan road,
running from the junction of the main
trunk road hear tha Episcopal church
to the Wellington Packing Co'.: land
at Canoe Pass, made a main trunk
road, and that it iholl be a continuation of the existing main trunk road.
Coun. Pybus and O. F. Oroen were
empowered to have the Green bridge
lowered, Counoil then adjourned till
4th June at 10 o'clook a. m.
p» aa
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dutieB,,fof iny profession, Northrop k
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure was recommended to me,
and I have much pleasuro in stating that
I was entirely cured by using one bottle.
I havo not had an attack of my old com-
plaint i siuoo, .and have gained fifteen
pounjls ip weight."
Wholesale city Market.
per ICO lb*,....
Hay,       per ton	
Butter {rolls) perm... ..........
Cheese, "	
Etfgs,       poriloK.   ;.	
Cordwood (retail) per cunt.
...,« 7 00
.... 810
.... 11 00
.... 4 00
.... 1 ""
.... 11 00
.... 2 00
.... 1-50
;... 1-50
..... 150
.... 18 00
i.,., 0 25
.:.. 016
..,. 0 20
.... 8.60.
000
OOD
12 00
_  500
& ISO
3 0 00
_ 0 00
(_ 176
& 175
& 0 00
(i»00 0l)
f0 85
0 17
9 0 23
2 400
Joseph Uusan, Percy, writes: "I waa
induced io try Dr. Thomas' Eolectrio Oil
for a lameness which troubled me for
three or four years, and I found it the
best article 1 over used. It has been a
great blessing to me." Frauds may imitate Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in appearance and name, but in everything else
they are dead failures.
-QAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
13 East of. Mary Street. Lord's Huy
Services at lln. m, and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Hchoo! anilBiblo Class at 2:30 p. m. All
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
Tl/TKTIIODIST CHURCH, Mary SU
JU Bev. J, H.White, Pastor. Services at
U a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School nnd
Bible Olass 2:K0 p. ni. Prayi-r Meeting on
Thursdays at 7,»)p.m. Seats (roe; strangers
oordlally invited.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services overy Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7 p. in, Thursday evenings
at7:30 o'clook. Sents tree', nil aro «mtt-
ally Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. in.
M      UfflON LODGE No. 0, A. P'.
*^t\m * A. M.— The regular Com-
jf__K munlcatlons of tbls Lodge are
/V\ held on the first Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren nre cordlai-
lyluvltcd to attend
FETEIl GRANT,
fo23-tc Secretary.
Is thero anything more annoying than
having.yonr corna stepped upon? Is
there anything more delightful than getting rid of. it? Holloway's Corn Curo
will do it ; Try it and bo convinced.
When Baby waa tiek, ws gar* her Caatoria,
Wben tho wai a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When abo became Mill, ihe clang to Castoria,
WUnibabadChUdnn.ihagavethMiCM^otfa
FOUND.
AHUOWN DOB. OWNKltCANHAVE
Mllim by pi-nvliiTi unit imyltri. I'Sia-n-
SOS. Address U.W.U., Hew wesl,   dliiySlS
CHORAL UNION!
—A SERIES OF—
Will lie Given III llie
ODDFELLOWS HALL
ah follows:
TiieHday, Hay 15th i
Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise, and
Stainer's Daughter of Jaims.
Wednesday, Hay £3rd t
Miscellaneous Concert—Songs of   AU
Nations.
Holiday, May XHtbi
LAMK8' CONCERT-Perflolesi's Sta-
bat Mater} Mendelsshon's Three Mo-
tetts; Caldecott's Khiue Legend.
ADMISSION, HO CENTS; Reserved Seats,
7-1-utH. Reserved 8eat» for the Three Concerts, otne noLLAH. Tickets on snlo at
Mchsrs, D. Lyal A Co.'s. diny7td
NewWestmlnster Otas Co.,Ld
TUB ANNUAL OENEItAI. MEETING
of the Nhw Westminster Gas Cora-
Ita Y, Mil It Dny nf Mny, pro*., nt 2 o'eloek
- in., nt the utlliro of tlie Seoretary, Mo-
ir-uii^ IjUiuUod) Is «IJouruod Ull SATUB-
KcnKle Strcet,~Now westnilhVtcr.
EDWIN HAND, Bee.
New West., April SOtll, 18H.        dapaotd
iTOTIOS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
tho notice dated the 3rd day of July.
1M3, oittirinir a bounty of two dollars and
fifty omitk (iB.fio) per head for every wolf or
panther killed in a settled distriot in this
Provine*** has heen rescinded, and tbat on
and ufter the dnto hereof tho sum of Ave
dollars(15.00. will be paid foreverywolf
or [unither killed in a settled distriot, on
the certificate of m Justice of tho Peace
that suoh animal wu killed In a settlement, and that the head was produced to
and destroyed by bim. ''
Uy Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Seoretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
-2nd Hay, 1888. dmylml
Land for Sale,
BEING CORNER LOT 10, BLOCK t N,
limine fl W., I.uln Island-containing
lim aoros of Prime I-ARMING LAND, situate on a cood road, and aliout IV, ml Ies
from the North arm nf Frailer River, B. 0,
Price, at* per neret pnrtoHh nnd lial.
nnco on time wltli Interest nt tp per cent.
AppljT to      : .        ^j. 4 so„   ,
'dwrnliMma Victoria, B, c.
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MATRIMONIAL. ru\.iKX*
Circulars regarding the International
Marriage BureaulBecret System. Inclose
'    "*■'    * - -■"*-*n'-H. SCOTT, 2187 Wa-
6 centj* for postage,- ._
hash Av., Chicago, III.
dwapaowS
ToDpniakBraftOtliersI
rpill*; AUVERTISKR HKV.KH DAILY
1 employment, Hub a knowledge or
nil kinds of Needleworks Address "B."
(Join inblnn Office.     ^    ?'    'tla'p'itml
Administrator's Notice.
/ii the Estate of ALEXANDER Mc
LEOD, Deceaseds
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT
nil monies due tlie Into Alerciitnlei-
Molieod must bo.paid to ine.forthwltli
and all olaims ngnlnst lrlm most bo presented to ine not later than noon on the
Uth day of Mny, 1888.
W. H. PALDINGi
daplrlld Administrator.
CO
Hftjmmmmamkam—m—m
New Milliner]!
NewMillinery!
• JUST OPENED' At -
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
nwB X.OV or vtxt—v
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
(TRIMMED AND DNTB1MS1KD)
FEATHERS,    FLOWERS,   AC,
Direct from London and-Paris. .:'•   ■    .
dwapl2to '
f.CRAKE^
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN tRICES.
'A full line ol Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in stool, rubber, silver and gdlil
frames.   The finest Pebbles mode, f4 per poir; all sightB suited.
Spoci.1 attention givon to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Hwing learned the
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and .inee then
managed tho vratoh-repairfgg departments oi a fw ol the best firms on the continent of America, 1. a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly inona- .
ger for newly 8 year, of the wellinown firm of Savage t Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Hoxtkul, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Robortion, En., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, .ays: "I nover found a Watehmaker who" did »
Well for nre as you did wben In Montreal, and I wn sorry you art not hen to-day."
.... dwapisto . |,7        ,. ,..  :
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL .
SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.. Will be sold at Eastern Prices; 5c. Package.
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Office,
Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
ilwocei*
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
■wnox.BisAi.10   at Ki.x_a.ix.
DRUQQI fB T? tS
Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. C.
CO
Choice Family Groceries!
Fancy California Roll Butter*
Choice Mocha & Java Coffee,
ftlontserrat Lime Frnlt Juice.
Desiccated Wheat*
Rolled Oats & Gritz.
TRY THEM FOR BREAKFAST.
All Goods delivered promptly.
£». t. Forjxjns <sc do.,
ODDFELLOWS' BLOOK,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
JUST OPENED OtJT,
BOATING    SHIRTS.
•—ALSO— .
*&> FINEST SELECTION OF NECKWEAR IN TNE OITY >
EXCLUSIVR STYLES IN
HATS.
dmrllo
S-fBB
-miaf&^mmmaeam
W.k G.
ARE NOW SHOWING
New English Dry Goods!
PERSONALLV SELECTED IN ENGLAND AND
SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON.
.  .    . -_   .     ,. i.,<.:,>b, >/.:■■.[■.-,..■_,.   a, . ._.....-■•.-••;.-;.,
laaepectlon I-avlted.
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