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Array Covornment Prlntinc offi.i
TOLUMB5
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Room 11,       •       -       Colonial Hotel.
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DENTIST,
Bmits-B. A 0., ant Bank of British Columbia. '   .
Hotnuv-,s.m.lolJOp. m.     dw'iyJTto
0**
timvu a necou,
babjhwsm,
soucitobs, etc.
OOaaM. ItMonlo Buildings, Mew Weetmln-
>l«r, and Vancouver, B.C.     jylldwto
T-. -. err. ; .-,   .') .  ,.; ■
m O. TOWHI.HIY,
,  BAERIBTF.B, SOLICITOR, AC.      '
Of the Province of Msnllobs.
AjtHinoiieBloc, .. ,-. -
sfclTte       'N,wWeitminiter,B.d.
ft* C. ATKIHIOM,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, AC.
omda-ltssonli Building,
dwfrtOte NtwWeslmlniUr.aO,1
ttr BOBMAS BOLB,«. c,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Und Agent Honey to Lou,
Columbia St.,
Mite New Weatmlnater, B. 0.
/-LOW * MAOLUBB,
ARCHITECTS.
Ornoi-Room E,
Over Bank of B.C.,
d.ullte
Columbia Streat,
ft  W OBABT,
AROHITECTI
Omoa-Oornir Mary ud CLrkaon Sta.
,     dwfWSto
M*
rALLANDAlBB * SAlflO**,
ARCHITECTS.
I.nelBlook,      •     . -      HastlngsSt.
R,BPl»P ."•'"«'■
duWtc "*
TTTILLIAM B. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
BUILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,
,.   SANITARY ENGINEER,
Omos—New M.aonic Block,
dwapllto Weatmlnater.
ALBERT J, BILL,
M.CA1V.SO0.C.E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR ud
DRAUGHTSMAN.
6»«o*-NewKssonlo Block,   .
dwuhllte   it .    N.w Weatmlnater.
w.
il. WAUUDB A C0n
-AOGOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
,    REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
'" ■'"        GENERAL AQENTS. '
i
8, BankBulkllngl.NewWeitmtuater, RC
M Olwe Rood, Halifax, England,
dwmyino
rn * TRAPr,
AUCTIONEER AND APPBAJMR,
OSl»n»l»«trut«.......,...*»*w Wiitmlnttir
All commission, will receive prompt
aid ouslul attutlon, Bait reference.
livu wk.u raaqulnd, uhll-te
RAND BROS.
P»IL MTATB BBOKEBI, j
O.mv.yuu.r.i C.llMt.r.i
"AM isiskra.. Aftstl,
OfBm at VIOTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
lUK>n»> ud Olarkeon SU.
VAJtqoUVBR, Cordova Street
BUILDINO LOTS tor nil In .11 HCtlonl
oj Veaeeuvir ud N.w Weatmlnater city.
FARM LANDS ol luperlor quality lor
ltd* .1 OhllltwbMk, port Hammond,
Lsegl.y, Matsqui, SumM, Mud Bay, Ud-
ten Landing, Lulu Ialand, North Arm
ud Pitt River.
Mapa ud Plant exhibited and the full-
wtl.fawm.tlo. hirnlatied at .11 our offlceti
leaoio
WILLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surveyors.
run riiNRiD. BifRrurs madk
Lwg. or Small 8uraa of Money Advuced
. oa Good Swurltlea, at Reasonable
Rites of Intereit.
* Mr tale .. Fruer Blver, .t.v.
ttt keulw HewWctmUater.
WILLIAMS BROS, are In constant com ■
murrieatlnn with Inl.ndlnl tcttlerXrom
Ettas tt?xsE&?,mv* ,pm'"
•s^ftSPJ^^'""^***"
WFIOB8-Oom.r of Granville and Cor
Soar. BtrMts.ud oppoalte C. F. H. Slltlou,
T*y**s-*f,h.c. "" dipuml,
Honse to Rent*
miV« BOOMS: HARD KNISHEDi Tt-
™ .!** 'a Kitchen. Wllhln Ibree rnlDUKa'
walk w Pctofnoe. Rent, 110 per month.
AfPlyto S.STBI11B.
auMM sprint Villi..
w.Q. uove,
hifciutii Boot ud Shot Ibbr.
mifsMsc B.ally o.s.. c.rk 8.1.
Wwk.lp.al.lly.
•srOrd.ra promptly atlndrd to.
<tteiW&*tmr8&l
DitvnaHMHv-/..
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NEW  vJ-EoTMINSTER, K 0., THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888.
NUMBER 70
T
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
the beat make.; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Including Tools of all kinds
Barbed Wire for Fenoing,
Ire for Fencing, snd sll the neewsry Utensils for Farming!
■■--■—•      - - -   ■    inallilteiiPltcB,
Block* taatefc Blocks, Hope *CI
._. _ Jakiimi T.rred ud I'Uin Paper fc» Bn.._. ...
In all colon: LiaaM Paint, in sllihadisi Floor Paints ready to ute; firtad
8tones| Wall Paper in .11 d-iignt; Brooms & Brushes for all purpotet;
LubrlcatlBS Qlut Traps of all ducriptiona, md a general aiaortment of
Agricultural taplcment*,
is* Special attention given to orden by null,
dwjlysto
T. t. T%A.iPF t» OO.,
•(in"
Coi.u«iiii Stuii, N«w Wsmwrens.
&
WHOLESALE*; RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA    STREET,
"fcTe-w   "W'estmlaaster,   B.   O.
1   dwJeMto
A. B. WINTEMUTE
"Buffalo" Boot and Shoe Store.
TOST ARRIVED-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
New Boots and Shoes
Which will be aold at Prlees to suit every Person.
WINTEMUTE'S BLOckr"" ^-~~~   COLUMBIA STREET/
.   ..     I d«f*w2pt*.
BRITISH  OOLUMBIA
LAND&imSTMB^AfiiH^M;
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad St. • LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Butincii of ALLSOP ft MASON has been merged In the shove Compuy
ud will be carried on by the Compuy from lb!a date oa a giaeml Land tsvesttnut
ud Intaruce Agency.
MONET TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lot. ud Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms. '
Victoria, a a, M.y Wh, 1887.
dwJeTte
^iMM^MMBj
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic OrKioBns.—Mayor, Robert Dlck-
Inwrn; City Clerk, Capt. Robinson: Police Magistrate, T. 0. AtKlnHon: Chief
Enalrieer Fire Department, W. Corbott;
Assistant, H.Keud.
Court Oppicials.—Judge of  the Su*
Jireme Court, Hon. J. F. McCrelght; Regis*
rai, W. H. Fnldliitfi Sheriff, W.J. Armstrong.
Provincial Oppicrrh. — Qovernment
Agent, Chas. Warwick; Reg lstrar of Titles.
K. W. ArmstronB: Kupt, of Provlni-lal
Asylum, Dr. R. I. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jas. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas. ])l--l.y; Imml-
gratloii Agent, Jno. Bprotf; Coroner, Wt
D. Ferris.
Dominion OppiciAJ.H.—Pont muster, J. 0.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. S. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, A, H. McBride;
Dominion Land Agent, H.U. W. Alkman:
Crown Timber Agent, T, 8. Higginson;
inspector of Fisheries. Thou. Mowat.
REPREHKNTATivs».-8enator, Dr. T. B.
-Mclnnes; House of -"Commons, Donald
CblBbolm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. lTole, (J. o.
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.   -
axiOs-BJ'    • ■   i
For Can, Pac. Hy-.—Dal ly (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.80, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offices—Monday, 12.46; Tuesday, 6.15: Wednesday. 6.30; Thursday. 8.15; Friday,
6.80; Saturday, 8.16.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlets—Dally (exoept Sun-
ay) at 8.15.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
0,8th
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 13.46.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 1145.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
DTT-B
From Can. Pac. By.—Dolly (except Saturday) at 14.16.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday 10: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
. and Burrard InleiV-Dally (except Sunday) at 10.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, lfl.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Lnngley Prairie—Friday, 16.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery, from 0 to 19 <T p. m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 0 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
exoept when malls are being sorted.
Money Order A Savings BANK.-Datly
—9 a, ra, to 4 p. ra., and from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
S29^ ACRES
*-OF-
CHOICE   LAND!
W
E ARMQW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 toiles from Westminster,
in blOCKs to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
pfpayfflenfc'y, 10 T
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
**•£=• For jone month, from September 10.
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
ii.-a.jNro
dwuuts
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purtty.Btrenfrthandwholesomcness, More
•oonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
eannot be sold tn compeiJtlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders.  Soldonlyjn	
Royal Baking Powdxr Co., 106
New York,
-i cans.
V*U St.,
afely
Tug for Sale!
T
IUG B0AT76FEET; COMPOUND MA-
chlnery, by Eastern makers.
?*MBl£. BEWICKS A WULFF80HN,
Vancouver, B, 0.
ilt&o
Cheap for Cash.
ACRES OF LAN D,3 MILES FROM
._„>. Westminster.onagoodroftdjflrst*
elat>s lilgh land, 100 aores of It from 4 to 6
feot black loam,tho balance nhlcr boitom;
good house and out buildings, Forfuitlirr
particulars enquire at THIS OFFICE.
^TewWest., JunoSOth, im.       dwJe.'Wio
FOR SALE.
rpHE STEAMER "SWAN." 89 feet keel,
I B feet beam, 4 ft. 8 In. hold; fitted with
double engines, 6Ux8 cylinders, also steel
boiler and shaft (John Doty, maker, one
of the beAt manufacturers In Canada). She
Is In rani good order nnd fully equipped,
For further parUculiiri*, apply to M. O.
TERHUNE or W.R. AUSTIN.      I
VANCOUVER OITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
fPHK PROPRIETORS OF THESE
1. workB have much ;>leai*ure in notifying their friends nnd the public that they
aro now prepared to receive and promptly
execute miy orders fnr work In their line
with whioh they may be favored.
A. HfcKELVIE.
Mechanical Manager,
Vancouver, EC, 8th May, 1888.
dwmyKto
&
riOB SAI.K, A DOV1II.R SltaOY AND
X Harness. The BiiKify 1. new nud la
fn 6ver>- respect kooiI. Tlie Hiirhoas la In
good order, Also, a
oxdsxl nxxxaX.,
Complete, nnd lliis been. Used only a few
momlis.  Cost SB, but will boaoldforKO,
Also, SO APPLE BOXES, nnd «large number of Strawberry Boxes, ut a bargain.
Apply to     MAJOR A PEARSON,
rr" Ileal Katote Agents,
Bank o(B.O, Block. dwaSllto
I
gnilg gh-itish (Eolambian
Thurailar T.rtnlttk M.I. IS, IMS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
An exchange sayi: There has been
a great revival of preaching in the
Ohurch of England pulpits during
recent yean. Dean Hole, of Rochester, is one of thn most successful
and powerful preachers of thechuich.
When preaching in a strange country ohurch on a dark Sunday afternoon the light failed him and compelled him to discard hii manuscript.
From that time hii fame ai a preacher began to spread and he is found
to be most attriotive to men, especially to all grades of tie middle
class. Alone of any preaoher he
has been able to fill St Nicholas,
Liverpool, during the week in whioh
he preaches daily to buiineii men.
Dean Hole wai formerly one of the
staff of Puncft and Waa th. only
clergyman who attended the famous
weekly dinner! of that periodical.'
We continually meet with more
or less veiled statements to the effect
that Christianity il dying out—allusions, in a "taken for granted"
style, to "almost universal scepticism" and so forth, Now if these
things are so, how does it happen
that Col. Robert Ingersoll, as a man
of acknowledged ability, .especially
as a platform speaker, a man of unchallenged morality and uprightness
—but an infidel; how doei it happen
that this man, solely because of his
declared and aggressive infidelity, is
rejected by the republican managers
as a campaign speaker, on the plea
that his official connection would be
disastrous, when lots of men, not
nearly so able, not nearly ao respectable, socially and morally, and probably not a bit more religious, are
welcomed J If scepticism is anything like as widespread' as some
would have us believe; it does not,
appear to l*,v*i mvib, t|f{f^l^tMrkge
of its convictions, when it comer to
a test of popularity.
The English newipapen in all
localities have republished Mrs.
Cleveland's social ukase against the
bustle, and some faihion periodical!
alio, all approvingly, but eoneti
still have advocates. The great
Britiih Association has been in session at Bath, once the moat famous
watering place known to faihion.
The other day the association listened to a paper by the profenor of
pathology at Cambridge and hii administrator of pathology in whioh a>y,
decided opinion was- mdvanoed ind
maintained by illustration and precedents that "the slight pressure involved in wearing stays has a beneficial effect, and reasonable lacing
increases mental and physical 'activity." Several medical gentlemen
attacked these view*, but they were
most vigorouils upheld by Miu
Lydia Barker, who aaid;; "A moderate degree of tight lacing conduces
to a woman's comfort and improves*
her appearance." Like the bustle;
the much maligned corset hu developed more uses than the mere ornate; stopping bullets is. its latest
forte, according to the despatches—
a very useful quality now-a-days,
when the ardent lover, instead of
"suiciding" or "plugging" hit rival,
invariably shoots the object of his
affections.
BY TELEGRAPH.
A Tk.aa«.<i Uvea Iselbr a Cyel.u la
I'aka >.al Grant Dolnell.. I.
Praperly..     - -
■nsw, Travelllag—Tbc « kt.it. Bill
IsM .. Ike Takto—TIM tolled anal.
«n Ukelr u he ■.lanes.
UM KIGBrTliisFAICaiB.
OBDINIUY lulu's WILL DO.
Ottawa, Sunt. 10.—The government
hu decided that in future no ipecial
•tamp will -be needed for regiitered
lettert. Any letter potted for regii-
tration bearing ordinary itampi of sufficient .mount to cover the charge of
ngiitering in addition to the pottage
charge, miy be regiitered and wut forward to its destination.      ,
'■ ■"■     COMMUNIS Oil MSKCUHt. '
. London, Sept. 10.—Mr. Mereier'i
agitation ii itill, under discustk.ii in
the Eiiglith preu. To-diy'i oommenti
preient no new feature of ipecial intereit, but the SI. James Gatette point,
out that the incident it in illustration
of whit might be expected over tgvn
from any Dublin minittry with Mr.
Parnell for premier, which had t
chines of working the Downing Street
cabinet. It olio declare! the retro-
'grade policy of Quebec extremely hurtful to the whole Dominion. All the
Ctren that Canada hot nude hai
n in spite of the hindrance! thrown
in the wsy by Quebec home rule. It
attacks French-Canadians for their
readinesi to birter thiir votei to my
party who it prepared to bid for them.
LONDON N0T18.
London, Sept 10.—The Rome correspondent of the Chronicle uyi that
Manager Peraico'i report! to the Vatican have succeeded in blliying the intensity of the, Nstiohsli.t agitation.
The recent disaffection between the
tories and unionist! had greatly raited
the hope, of the liberal! thit they were
the precunon of .completedisruption
of the coalition in the viry near future.
But these hopes were dispelled by the
Unionist conference held it Bradford
to-diy. The fact Ihst Mr. Chamber-
Iiin dominated the conference adds
greatly to the importance of the resolutions sdopted, pledging the party to
sink ill minor disputes ud defer in.
definitely the consideration of quel,
tions not immediitely urgent and nip-
port the government until the home
rule queition hod collapsed, or in
other words, until Mr. Gladstone
should die. Theie Ktolufioni ihow
the hind of the unionist., md in a
manner more open than on any pre-
viom vote or declaration uf the leaden
of that pirty, md confirm the already
itrong belief that the unionists are
anti-home rulen only bectute the liberal leader ii for it.
Th. inqueit on the body of the woman found murdered in Whitechipel
was resumed to-day. The evidence
confirmed th. theory thit the murderer
il a skilled initomitt. Itwaiihown
that, certain . orgini of the murdered
woman wen removed in a way that
no one but ah expert could have done
it, and the theory that the murder waa
committed by an inline lurgeon findi
many believen.
Fiber and Fabric sayi: It is noticeable that wool il continually
growing in popularity •■ an article
of clothing, to the disadvantage of
linen, cotton and other vegetable
libers, whioh are more ornamental
fabric! than thirty yean ago, when
linen miti for men and women were
almost universally worn during tho
hot summer months. Now a suit
of this kind would be a curiosity.
Wo itill, however, see linen duitera
worn by travelling men and women,
but they are limply worn as dusters,
and do not displace any article of
woolen clothing. For sonio years
back, soft woolens have been almost
universally worn by ladies us dress
goods, and the change from this to
other fabrics of woolen material,
made of the combing process out of
our best merino wools, mohair or
alpaca. Woolen stockings and
woolen mixed with cotton for underclothing are far more common now
than in the past, and it ii making
rapid itridei to popular favor each
year. Knit underclothing is rapidly taking the place of that made
from flannel goodi in the yean gone
by, Knit goods an tnuoh better
adapted to fit the human figure and
for washing than the old time flannel-made garment Any accidental
felting is hidden in the knit fabrics
that would ruin underwear out from
flannels.
Canker humors of every detcription,
whether in the month, throat, oratonutch,
are expelled from the .yatem hy the uae
of Ayer'i Sanaparilla. No other remedy
oan compare with thla, ll I cure for 111
dlseaaea originating In Impure or Impoverished blood,
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
WHEAT,   i ■
Livsbfool, Sept 20.—Wheal, de.
mind poor; market depntaed. California 7.. 7<H-
•' Niw Yowt, Sept. 20.—WhavatlM
for cub, 97"; Oct., 09, not lOOjj; Deo.,
IM".
Cbicaoo, Sept. 20.—96|;for cuhand
Sept.; 11J Oct., 2 Doc.
yiliow ravis.
Loi'IlviLia, Ky„ Sept 20.—Motet
Newberg, who srrived hen on Tuet-
diy from Decatur, Ala., died lait night
from yellow fever. Hii family who
•cconipuiied him hive been isolated,
A MINE CAVES IN,
Nooales, Arisona, Sept. 20.—Word
wu received hen to-diy that H. B.
Mell, lupt. of the San Geronimo mine,
lituated about 75 miles from Paiio station on th. Sonon railroad, wu killed
yeiterdiy by the caro-in of the mine.
TOE NORTHESN FAC'iriC IN   WINNIPEG.
Winnipeu, Man., Sept. 20.—The
announcement ii mide to-diy that the
Northern Picifio railroad hai arranged
with the Hudion Bay Co. for terminal
facilities in thil city. They will got
30 acroi of gruund to; which they an
to pay only $10,000.
THHEE KILLED.
Oalehbuko, Ills, Sept. 20— A col-
lisiun occurred ently tliis morning during a fog, on Biii'liugtoii & Quinoy
r<>atl, by!ween a paiieuger and freight
train, Tlie engineer of Iho former wat
killed. Two ttmnpt oil the freight
were alto killed.
LAID  ON TOE TiilLli.
Washington, Sept. 20.—The order
reported yeitetdiy by Edniunds from
iho committee on foreign relations,
directing the retention of tho Chinete
eielutioii bill, was taken up. Ellin uml« taid that at Ihe bill had gone
bill uf the puite.iion of the senate,
and the order wu not applicable lo
the present itato of the case, therefore, io far ai he wu concerned, the
retolution might be laid on the table.
The presiding officer Ingalli, uid, "If
then ii no objection the nidation
will lie on the table •■ ordered."
A ORAOKID OVLINDEH.
Washington, Sept. 20.—The navy
department hs. been informed thit one
of the intermediate cylinder, duign-
ad for tho cruller Baltimore hu been
found to be cnoked and will have te
be replaced. It wu mide for the
cnmpibythe Southwark foundry it
Philadelphia. Thii will probably uot
delay the completion of the vcttel, md
will lav. no affect upon the launch.
Childre* G-ffor ■M-r'iCwtofia IfflL*h,ch "m Wm *•Bext 8"Bt-
..../.ui. r( rmf|i"|oli» iu MK!0)*    ,
VLEEINO IBOM imrut.
MKMrHis, Tenn., Sept 20.— Ten
new cases of yellow.; fever, have developed today at Decatur, Ah. A
regular itampede from the .eity is in
progreu
OEDESS FOE SEA,
New Yosji, Sept. 20.—Th. commander of the crniier Boston hai received orden that the vessel be ready
for lea within ten diyi. It ii uid
thit her dettination il the cout of
Central America, Thil il looked up..a
ai aigniflcant coming almoat limiiltane-
oualy with appearance of th. lecntiry
of treuury'i order in regard to the dii-
criuiination mide againtt the United
Statei veuelt by the gov.rom.ut of
Co.t» Bin. Thii order ooromandt .11
pScen of th. customs tosrsto it that
all cargoei of Ooata Riou reueli «-
tering United Statu port, be lubjeoted
to the diserimimtion duties levied by
the set of Much 3rd, 1838, in view of
Cotta Rica allowing all vsn.li other
than those of tbe United Statu trading
between Cista Rica md United State!
forts a rebate of 5 per cent, of ibitomi
uu md certain privileges as to port
charges. ■' r-;
MILLS OF THE BILL ILL.
New Tobk, Sept. 20.—Congreumra
Milli ii ill at the Clarendon Hotel in
thia city. but hit oondltlon ii not
lerious. mi  I'
POOD 70ft THI DlSllTU'l'I.
Niw York; Sept. 20.—Major Hew-
witt to-day received a dispatch ttdtt
James M Schumicher, cnairman of
the finance relief committee at Jacksonville, itatitig that the committee
were istiiting McOleny and, Hendir-
lonville md wen witching md keeping advised about other places that
may nesd suitttuce. The committee,
he uid, wen (applying food to twelve
thousand people. <
THE CHINESE BILL.
Washington, Sept 20.—In the
house to-dsy Morrow of California
offered a naoluion directing, tha- committee on enrolled bills to transmit
the Chinese bill to ths president forthwith. A point of order wu niud
sgiinit Morrow's resolution ana the
debit, upon the point.hubeenlpirit<
ed md it timet ilmort bitterly- person-
San Diego, CaUa, Sttttimt^Ihe
evening Sun bis started a subaoription
fund for th. benefit of tbe Florida yel
low fiver luffenn. ...       '
THE CUBAN OVOLONE,    ,
Banana, Sept 20.—The total number of deathi caused by the recent cyclone throughout the ialand ii estimated it upward of 1,000. At Cardeeu
property Wu destroyed or dumped to
the extent of 1100,000, and the deathi
numbered 100. The' greater part of
the fatalities oociirnd ilong the cout
•t Oitrin md Mitanus. A letter from
Sogui uyi thit the loiiei in that dia-
trict imount to 1600,000 and the
deathi number several hundred.
NINETEEN OASES.'
Jacksonville, Fla,, Sept 20.—Only
19 new catet in nported tip fo noon
to-day, and three deathi.' The
wether continue, fine,
THE GREAT JOHN L.    '    '
Boston, Sept 20.—At 9 o'clock thii
moraine John L, Sullivan wai Mating
eatily, but hii condition ii unchanged.
He pasted a rattle* night and did not
begin to deep toundly until 6 a. m.
Yeiterday afternoon it wu thought h.
wu dying. He had a chill and his
handi and feet became cold and hit
breath very quick. About 10 o'clock
h. felt better. Hii phyiiciini think
he will be all right again within 0 br 7
weeki. SulUtin'i itomaeh now n-
tains food, and hs takes extract of beef
every four hours. The patunt hu
good courage md it time, laugh, ind
jokes. When well enough he will be
taken to the hot ipringi in Arkiniu or
perhaps to Texu or Mexico.
lOLLIVAN WORIE.     '
Boston, Sept. 20.—At 2, p. rn. the
phyiiciini itated Sullivan to be wone,
and it ia believed from what ean be
learned from othen he ii new dinger-
oualy IU.
NORTHERN   PACIFIC ANNUAL  MatETUIO.
New Yore, Sept. 20,-At the annual meeting of the Northern Pacific
direclon, today, Thoa, F. Oekeswu
elected pretidint in the place of Robt.
Hnrria, and Augutt Belmont wu iuc-
ceeded by John 0. Bullitt ■• tn»mb,r
of the board of direclon. Henry Til-
l«d and the reit of the directon wan
re-elector). Hirrii, who ntin. from
the pretidenoy, will let u chajnosn of
the board of truiteu. Th. following
were alto elected: Vice-pnaident,
Jaa. B. William,; treasurer, George S.
Baxter; secretary, 8, Wilkemon.
SOULANGER   TRAVELUNO.
Paris, Sept 20.-General Boulin-
ger arrived it Tangier, Miiitoooo. Jtf
terdiy. Be vitited the paiha and ijb-
uquently itirted for Gibraltar.       '
Bl'BSAIl FOR   AMERICA. .-
London, Sept, 20.—Bubeir, the
oanman, lailed to-day from Queeni-
town for New York on Ihe iteamer
Oity of Rome, .'   • lis 15)  .
REPORTED   DEATH.     ' n
London, Sept. 20.—Advlcm from
Tuhkend atate it is reported that (he
Ameer of Afghiniitan died uddMly.
THE SEISED SEALUIS. '
Ottawa, Sept, 20.—Inform»tion hu
been received hen that Martha! At.
kin., of Aluka, now at Sesttl., W. T.,
in oharge of th. Canadian leal**,
uised in Behring Su lut year, hu t%-
eeived instruction! from Attorney-Gel).
era! Garland to transfer the cuitod* of
the Mhoonen to the minhal of wasa-
ington Territory, tt it thought tb.
veueli will be turned over to Hie omen ihortly, under bondi, pending the
deciaionof the aqpremi court of the
United Statu in nnnnee to ts.
claim of th. Aluka Commmial Co. to.
monopoly of th.pri*ihfs] ia *kttrit%.
*',•, JlUmKEH 'IVHKW gftilg gJritiah Columbian
Tksniw Evening, Sepl. W. 1888.
If SWcespoare,, d'iVis Bacon, were
nlivtyhe would-.till be ab)o to place
the-" law's delays " in a catalogue of
the provocations to self-destruction.
The ponderous machinery of the
Parnell commission has just got
into position, got thoroughly lubricated for action, and after a prelim-
inary turn, has closed for repairs
until the 22nd of October next—over
a month, as the commission met on
Monday last This long adjournment was probably "correct form,"
and perhaps is rendered necessary
from the foot that some more preparation is required to get tho vast
amount of evidence in shape. A
branch oommiuion, too, will have to
be sent to America to scrape up
materiel over here bearing on the
case, and the judges will want to
take a good long breath before settling down to what promises to be a
lengthy, tedious, ana costly investigation. At the opening of the com-
roistion the other day in the probate
court, it is said the room was crowded, a noticeable feature—showing the
great public interest in which the
case is held both in England and
America—being the presence of 200
reportera and correspondents, representing London and provincial and
American newspapers. The commission is composed of three judges,
Sir James Hannen, Sir Archibald
Levin Smith, and Sit John Day.
Sir Charles Russell, M. P., and Mr.
H. H. Asquith appeared for the
Parnellites, while Councillor Rugg,
who conducted the O'Donnell case
against the Times, watched the proceedings for O'Donnell. Mr. Graham was retained, with Sir Charles
Webster, attorney-general, for the
Timet. Judge Hannen said the
commission was instructed to enquire into and report on the charges
which had been made against memben of parliament and other persona
connected with the Kmes-O'Donnell
libel action. The enquiry would proceed in accordance with the rules of
ordinary courts. Sir Charles Russell, on being asked for whom he appeared, replied, " For eighty-four
Irish memben of Parlir.ment." This
gifted counsel scored one for hia
clients early in the game. He de-
manded, on behalf of Mr. Parnell
and others, that he be permitted to
inspect all letters 'and photographs,
also that he have the power to discover the documents in the hands
of the Times' attorneys. He wished
to inspect all the letters and documents that were referred to in the
Times' articles on "Parhellistn and
Crime." The Times' attorneys objected to an order giving such full
g'rivileges. Judge Hannen said that
0 underatood that the Times would
produce all lsttera and documents
affecting Parnell and othen. If the
parties'in the case could not agree
on this matter the commission would
deal with the disputed points in
chambers afterwards. Mr, Graham
then opened the Times' case, but
was interrupted by Sir Charles Rus-
sell, who insisted . that the case
•hould not proceed until the commission had decided upon the question
regarding the production of all docu-
menta bearing on the case now in
possession of the Times. The judges
then adjourned to their chambers to
consider the question, and decided
that Ihe detail! of the charges made
against the persons accused, by the
Timet .ought to.be given up. Tho
cornmUsion, said Judge Hannen, was
determined to enter thoroughly into
the inquiry and to follow it out to
the end. Sir Charles Russell, on
behalf of the Parnellites, also asked
for the release of Dillon from jail,
so that he might give, evidence before the commission, and for the appointment of a commission to take
evidence in the United Statei. In
demanding tho production of all let-
ten and documents, Sir Charles
itated that he wanted to know in
plain language if tho Timet charges
Parnell or his associates with complication in the park murders. (Ira-
ham, for the Times, replied that the
Times would produce evidence to
substantiate all of the charges it had
mads in the article on " l'lmiullisiu
and Crime." The Timet' counsel
raade no objections to Dillon', rev
lease on bail, and an order of court
1 wss.made accordingly. He mid
that the two persons now in penal
servitude for connection with the
Phoenix Park murders would all
have to tie brought before tho com-
miision, as well as the evidence of
certain persons in the United States.
After the order had been made for
Inspection of the banker's books containing the accounts of the National
League, the commission adjourned
until October 82nd. England and
America, at least will watch the progress of thii famous inquisition with
absorbing intereit, and we believe
the general hope ii that the " un-
„ crowned king'' and hit associates
May be able to demonstrate their
Innowno*.
Ju. Hkiauoo, Leukdile, avrltat: For
ku«y yam my wif. wu troubled with
ohUbliinit ud could get no relief until
. .{vwut twoyuriigof ihe wu, then not
lhl» to walk, and the pain wu then io
listing that ihe could not ileep at
Your agent was then  ou his
rtrlp, md iho uked him if lie
 tMnner.   He told her Dr. Thomas
sxboMo Oil WU . mn cure. She tried
ttrasdj.dg.of her utonlihment when
tn.f.wday.th. palu wu .11 allayed
1 the feet tutored to iti natural con-
tiat.  Ills ell, the but nmedy for
wsndbMiU*l!**ruHd.
The rather severe, but perhaps
merited, criticism of Alderman
Humphries by the News of yesterday raise! the quettion whether or
not it is the privilege of publioiiews-
papcrs to criticise the public acts of
public servants, or whether their
high position forbids any criticism
at all. People occupying public
positions will most probably subscribe an unanimous " amen " to the
latter proposition; but it will be generally admitted, we think, that public journals are considered not only
at liberty, but in duty .bound to
notice the acts of such servants of
the publio, either to approve or disapprove; but it is also to be understood that nothing but fair and just
criticism should be tolerated. The
object of such criticism should lie to
correct and restrain any undue conduct in our public men. Tho News
proposes three modes of action with
recalcitrant and remiss publio servants, viz., to elevate them to a
higher standard; to lower others to
their standard; or to squelch them.
The first or last might improve the
situation, but tho second is rather
objectionable in this age of progress.
The down grade is too woll patronized already: better try and elevate.
It might be possible where and
when an alderman would bo justified
in quitting his chair, to prevent.a
rash measure from passing, which'
would give an opportunity to consider the question by means of public opinion; but such an .alternative
would show that there was only one
wise man in the assembled council,
and in that cose it might be better
to "squelch " the majority. Representative bodies are not always possessed 'of'.all the wisdom nor the virtue of tlio community. Instances
have occurred which would go to
prove the very contrary; That ill-
fared word '.' boodle " that has found
its way into the English vocabulary
may yet be the means of so corrupting representative bodies that Mr.
Humphries'tactics will be the only
means of checking bad legislation.
We are not acquainted with the circumstances, and don't presume to
say whether the Vancouver alderman
was justified in quitting his ohair, as
is alleged. Our own city fathers
sometimes absent themselves, for
reasons best known to themselves,
and even when present play up some
queer pranks. It mny be all for the
best, but it don't look business-like,1,
and seems to be trifling with important questions, Of course they
get nothing but empty honors for
their pay, but, having sought and
obtained the position of trustees of
important public interests, they must
be held responsible for an honest
and intelligent performance of ' the
high duties appertaining. The best
way to correct .a refractory or unprofitable servant is to dismiss him
at once. If he is not faithful in little things he will be still worse in
greater matters. There must be
perfect confidence or no union. Better out off a linger than have it "aye
wagging,"
Hard and soft corns cannot withstand
Holloway's Corn Cure; it is effectual
every time; get a bottle at once and be
happy.
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
messrs. w. j. walker a comp'y
linve lots for sale in the city from
$60 upwards.
Also, fin mod lately ndjoinlns the City
limits from $& upward-*; ana a Jewro*
m-ilnlnp lots ut Sapperton at 8100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the line of railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsvll le Iii flrst*clasB situations
at profitable rales.
Intending investors are Invited to call
Immediately, before prices aro advanced.
The adverti«om offer their services ns
agetitaforthePUUCHAtiEBSof property,
and sa Mich will give the fullest Information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any pro*
posed Investment tn land, whether' lu
their own hands for snle, or otherwise.
p-aWnt'BWldlrigs/UMy. dwTuiito
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
GEO&GrE   JBYKNES
AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION
PROVINCIAL
Government Lands
NORTH ARM Of FRASER RIVER, AND ADJACENT
UNDJ, NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
TUESDAY, 23rd OCTOBER
AT U.O'OLOCK, A. M.
I have beon instructed by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works to tell
by Auction
AT VANCOUVER, B.O.
Several parcels of tine agricultural lands,
situate on or near tho North Arm Of Fraser Jtivcr, being sub-divisions of Lots 325,
826, 3211, 330, 331, 332 to 339, 140, 150,
150,175,10(1, 155. The subdivision-, of
theso Lots contain from 27 to 172 acres
each; the location of these lots is shown
on tlie present maps of tho District.
The farms in tlio immccjlato vicinity of
these Lots are considered the finest agricultural properties in.British Columbia,
grime of the iota front on the North Arm,
and others are In the immediate vicinity
of the same,
Steamert run dully from New Westminster and Vancouver, past these valuable
properties.
.   ALSO,
Uli m to «o, nnd Lots ?» to 'M.
All situate between tho North Arm of Fraser Rlverand Vancouvertilly. The North
Arm Road from Vancouver runs through
theso Lots, find there ore other roads laid
out that will give access to each of them.
This property commences about 2^ miles
south of Vancouver City and Ib bounded
on the west by the C. P. Railway Land
Grant, and Is surveyed Into lots containing from fl to GO acres each, mans of which
will shortly be ready for distribution.
All tho lands to be sold are well adapted
for agricultural, dairy or orchard purposes,
and on account of their close proximity to
tho markets of Vanoouver and Now Westminster cities, will be desirable properties
for families seeking a home or lor Investment.
The C. P. Hallway ore now constructing
a fine wagon road from Vanoouver to the
North Arm of Fraser ltlvcr and Lulu
Island. They are nlso surveying a llne'of
railway through these properties with a
view or connecting with the united States
system of railways at Seattle.
These lands may fairly be considered as
the most valuable ever offered for sale by
auction in British Columbia.
GEORGE BYRNES,
Mlttd AUCTIONEER.:
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry and turns kard, until oil is applied,
after which it movea easily. When tbe
joints, or binges, of tbo body are stiffened
and inflamed by Bhctiuiatism, thoy cannot be moved without causing the most
«xcruciatingap«iu8. Ayer's Saraaparilla,
by its action on tho blood, relieves this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has effected, in our
city, many most remarkable cures, in
cases which baffled the efforts of tho
most experienced physicians. Were it
necessary. I could give tho names of
many individuals who have been cured
by taking this medicine. In my cose It
has worked wonders, relieving me of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with It for years. In
this, and all other diseases arising from
Impure blood, there is no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords such
relief as Ayer's Sarsaparilla.—R. H.
Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla curod me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would. It has eradicated every trace of
disease from my system. — R. H. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I waa, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic 'Rheumatism. Tlie disease
afflicted mo grievously, in spite of all tbe
remedies I could Ond, until I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I took several bottles of this preparation, and was
Bpeedily restored to health. —J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Preiiarcii bv I>r- J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man.
Sold by nil brugBlr-ta.   i'rlce»X; six bottles, ki.
BOARD WANTED.
BY A YOUNG LADY, BOARD AND
Lodging In a Private Family near
the centre of the city. Address "C,"thls
offlce, dsel7t3
TENDERS
TX7ILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OF-
VV Ace of tbo undersigned, next the
Bank of British Columbia, until MONDAY, glib lust., al tip. m., for the erection of a
- -F-RKICKE-TT     SHED
On the Wharf ou Block Twn.  The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
dseUtd HENRY V. EDMONDS.
WmwiM
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL JNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and M»t*ll« Dnr-
lttl Caskets, Funerals conducted.
A full Una of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand.  Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice.    Satisfaction guaranteed in every part leu lar.
dwocito . columiia 8t. New Weit.
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
TAR. JORDAN'S HIKTOGENETIC BYS-
XJ tern of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Dnafnuss, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Erysipelas, Bright'* DlKoiiKe, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and nil ohronlc complaints, Kti-
vers.SmallPpx, Piles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlptherla, Cancer, Consumption, Eptlep*
uy, Ulceration nf Bone, Whooping Cough,
Cholera I of an turn, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints. Tub system
Is simple. Tho medicine rebuild), tht diseased cells and. tissues of tho body with
the same proximate principles, and ferment ^Organic Bodies and so on which aro
normally prepared In the body by the
glands. For sale by
dSautc M. DE8BRISAY.
J.A. LANGWITH
Real Estate,
A.t3rXtsaiirf.
\mmmmmmn
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO AM,
COMMISSIONS.
MININGI STOOK BOUGHT AND 80L11
ON COMMISSION.
OlTITIOEli McKcnale HI., near Coin...
III. St.. Westminster.     ilwauMml
TO SAW MILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Out.
Manufacturers of
,  Haho. Qimulai mio Heavy Band Saw Mill*,
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
MIUWRIQKT3 AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS.
WESTMINITKH,
Their Sole Agent! for this Province.
We are now building a special lino nf
Machinery lor thla country, equal to anything built ou the American cnnrliiunl.
Before milking any changes you will do
Will to correapontf with our agents,
WM. HAMILTON, Sr.
suftlwtc  . FMaldrat.
TIMETABLE
$tr. "Claa>»"
UNTIL FURTHER NOMCB, #1,1,
leave for Clillllwoack ami wiayrstcea
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and »T-
URDAY8, lit 7 "• "•• rclerliing on thMfol-
lowlng days. For all further inforniMlon
apply on board, or to
""' W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyOto On the Wharf.
J I
asTOTXOB.
f'TfJr******-' $?
RICES Or-ROUGH LUM-
katr hgrve been Htablished
on the bails tit $11 fcer thousand Het. A detailed price list
will be seri¥~on .replication.
BOYALCITY PLANING MILLS CO.
ILImlted'.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. ILd.J
dwselSml
FOR SALJEGR1JA8E.
A FARM CONTAINING SU ACRES
A Prairie Lund, 5 miles from Fort
Moody, 8 miles from Westminster; com*
munlcatlon by water, rail or wagon-road.
Cau be purehusod with or without stock.
Terms easy.—Apply to
A, MoLEAN,
Pli-t-Meadows;
or to SHANNON A HALL
dwaulHtc Vanoouver.
PHCENTX
FEE IMMCE
aoxs::p.a.xrx-
OF    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT  THE  Lowest rates, and no combination with
any other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
dJeBto Agent.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and ..
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Ajsoelallon of
Toronto,
Koyal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies.
•MI.V11Iunble Lots for sale In the Oity
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots fn the City of Vancouver. uhc
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or,
rural property should communicate with
us.
Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite1
post oitlce, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwaplflte
PUT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-class and furnished tn
good shape.
na. Send 15 cts. for valuable 60-page Descriptive Catalogue with 6 beautiful colored plates. Price Lists sent tree.
G. W. HENRY,
dwdelOtc Port Hammond, B.C.,1
N. G. McKeen & Son
HAVING OPENED ON
Front Street, Opp. C.P.N, Wharf,
WISHES TO'INFORM THB PEOPLE
of Westminster that they aro prepared to sell
Choice' Family Groceries and
Clothing,
At LOWEST PRICES,  Call and Inspect
our Stock before purchasing elsowher.
and you will save money by it,
dne7ml N. C. MoKEEN A SON.
ElOBS.
MISS   PEEBLES
INTENDS TO OPEN ON THE (h-Il SEPTEMBER, In the new
QUEEN'S HOTEL BUILDINO,
recently erected by Mr. Duncan, a Qene-
Flsh and foreign market--, she hopes to receive the support of the eitlseos of New
Westminster und surrounding districts,
A large variety of CHRISTMAS CARDS
and CHOICE FANCY HOODS and FINE
ART PUBLICATIONS are now on the
way and will lie received lu time for the
Christmas trade.
The Goods will be marked at the lowest
prices POR CASH ONLY. dwselml
Gunsljuns!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle.
ALL KINDS OF SPORTING GOODS.
HEM, BEAVER AND Ml OTHER TRAM.
A SPECIALTY.
A line linn of Cutlery, Flpet, Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods, &c,
SarTliii Inmost assortment of SingL
and Iliitililc, llrcech und Mutale-loadfng
SHOT-GUNS in tho province, from |fi up
tn Slim.   w. W. Greener Guns.
S. H. WEBB,
AticrioNHBR A Appraiser,
New Westminster, B. C.       dwaeloml
M.AMgRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST  RECEIVED A FULL LINE
■ —op—
MiWiej Goods!
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
OvcnoiiIlng.Trouscrliigand
Fancy Vesting.
ttr Wo keep a large .nd aoieot stock ol
•everything that ll found In any Bntrelm
Tailoring Eatabllahnunt,
Opposite Oolonial Hotel
Cowmbia St.,  • New Wnnnruna.
dwmbWs
PerMi.P. Ik.''' fi
THK LAKOBBT AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF    "'■•'-"'
French, Botch,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Bhown tn New Westminster.
West of England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and fancy
Trousering.
J. & MANSON,
C*limMi8t.,0pp. Mr Kcmle St., ■■■
NEW WESTMINSTER, B..O.
dnplste
C. L WOODS       v   10. GAMBLE.
U«D lURVlTM.     : NOTAIT PHLI0,
LAND SURVEYORS!
AN0 COl-jVEYANCE^S. .
j&.Gi--H!-N-*rs -fob
FIRE.-Tbe Western of Toronto.The jEt-
na, The City of London, and The Hartford.
LIFE.—The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACOIDBST-The Travollers'oIHartftrttf
Land Surveying In all Its branches accurately and promptly carried ont
Oity and Suburban Lands for Sale*
We oan show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands. Improved and unimproved, throughout the dlslrlct.
Mining and otber Stock bought and
sold, ~.        ...  •';•'"  I
Money lo Loan o« flnt mortttge at
low rates. 	
|    Tei.cpuosrCau.no. 89.
P. 0. DlUWJR WL ■   -•*.—
WOODS, TURNKB & GAHBLK,
Office, Elurd'i Blqok,   -  Columbia Stiict
new westminster.
. dmhUtc
Power of Attorney.
DURING .MY AB8EN0E MOM SHE
Province, Mr. John 0. Brown, lost-
naasler, holds ml Power ol Attorney and
la authorised tofoprcsent rue In aurlule
of my real estafeln the cltyordlstrllt,
dselOml        WILLIAM CLARKSON.
House for Sale!
S. EMMA GOLD OFFERS HER
_ bea*siirm residence, situated on
»-jyal Avenue, opposite Capt. lrvlng's—
the "Nob Hill" of Westmlnster-on rea-
.Applydinetto >
dauHtc MRS. EMMA GOLD.
■*-**•
Diress-Makingl
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STKEET,
New'Westminster, B. C.
Mr Satlafactlon go.nu>teed.      daplSte
x*2MX**rmmxj3
DRESSMAKING
it miss mmm,
(Late or Ehqlaud)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
■•"Satisfaction guaranteed.     dwfe7to
NOTICE.
AlBlrratlCG,
ABTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
t_:, Oompany, whoseFremiani are pay-
Shi. at Eastern polnli, can nave the place
ot tiayroent thereof dialled to (his city,
fre.br charge, by applying lo the under-
ajltlied. -•*
.ttr Bisks like. I. this ImuH.eC.mi.
alias csmpmy .1 meat tkvonble ral.a.
BENRY V. EOMONDS,
dje28to Agent.
ABAj
UN.
IrtOR SALE-lflO ACRES GOOD LAND,
!. sUuatMonatrufiMroad.aboutSmiles
from Broflwutvllle. Hrtlon of land rich
bottom; balance lightly timbered. Frame
of small house ou .premises; other im*
trovementf, such anslearlng, draining,
c.  Further particulars on application
atthI*|offlce.' **•
&l
POR SALE.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOUD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
Onrrf the-Finest Locations in the City.
A FARM
OF THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY AORES.
House, Bam; 40 acres fenced and under
cultivation.
■i HOMCssii BaluM on lasf time.
A. FARM
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY  -
100 acre! good Prairie; Balance easily
cleared.   Good Barn ind other Im-
,  provemettts.
Part down; Balance on time.
Abo—, number ol Wagons, Bag*
(ties, Sleighs, Harness, Cattle,
Horses, ate.
CALL OH OB ADDRESS .
HENDERSON BROS.,
a>Ut« CHILLIWHACK.
cSC     OO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
;  ■—Ann—
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Pro-
,   perty.    fm ho.h
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on
And tranaact all Buiineii rtliting tt
Heal Estate. '■''■
—AGENTS FOR— ;
London Aisar»nceCorporitloi.
Ciineclltat Fire iMiruce Co. of
nirtford.
loadon »Ed Lsncainlre IlfeAiMr.
.    UN CO.
CutenlEiErEiiioaee.U.ilvlifiii)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New Weit'r,
4i(r-v-*naier»t9».,Vl«tori*.|
dwnuyl
Briek Manufactmers,
BUILDER8 AND
BRICK-YARDS: Portnaney.
OFFICES: Curuer Col.ubl. ui Mary
SI... New Wettmlutler.    davmhioie
3JTOTICEL
OTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
. flD days tfter dale we intend making
.'pHcu'lon totlieChlefCoiiin.i8st.inerof
lands A Works for permission to purchase the following described lands In
Coast District, Province of British Columbia:
No, 1.—Commencing at tbe N. E. corner
of Lot34, Bange I (Valdc*-Island); thence
east ton (10) chains, south to shore lino of
Hoskyn Inlet, thence northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn: Inlet aud Village
bay to the H. E. corner of Lot 31, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
cortimencement — containing   about   80
No.' 2—The small Island lying at the
head nf Village bay, Valdez Island, containing about one (1) acre,    ,.; ■! it]
New West., B. C, Sept 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING HILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsellm2 Charles E. woods.
North BrKiflh and
mercantile
FIEE
COMPANY.
.f mtBLISMCO 1809.
ittsorlMs capita; - «.000,000
Subscribed •• • -.800,000
P»ld np, ■     685,000
Fir* lata t\ Reserves, as
»t Slit Deo., 1887,       •      l,t88,llx
Revenue Tire Branch,    1,319,811
|^Hate» as Low as any other
reUableCompsny doing bunt-
ness in British Columbia.
J. 0. JAQUES,
Agent lor Mow Weitmlntter City ind
WWot. - dJtvKto
..' ■bTO,JL,x<Ji-j
HENRY VJEDMONDS
NPTAUY PUBLIO,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—ANI)—
INSURANOE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
Aoentsi   T.H.HIBBEN* CO., Victoria.
dwoeByl
JSTOTIQ-g.
I HAVE TUIff DAT HOLD -MY JtlflHT,
title and Interest In the New Westminster Brerecy to Messrs. Jameson A
Wright. The dchts due for goods delivered up to the 31st of. August lost are due to
me. I hope all my old -friends will give
the new Arm a fair trial, for they aro deserving of confldenoe and will give satisfaction.
""'    "*' ^Bftpperton,
Weatmlnster, SepL 1st, 1888.       dselml
BANE 3UILDIN<SS
COLUMBIA «T*Bit,
NEW WBSTIUNSTEB,      B. 0.
Opp. PoHtofflceiindnaridoorlothe   '
Bank of BrlUsh C61u»hi*.     j
PROPERWJWr-iAlirl
III ALI. FABTO Or IKE
City ami Olstrtw of New
; WAti-iinat-MV (Dfli
I ■ f AtlB—    ,. •    .'.     ' )
CSlTY « S/ANCOUVfeRl
.   AalNTCOR     "'..,■.
«ieo»»md»lilfcliiin«M«Cii..   ,
Tbe MOkM M» »iiw**«*a«i».,
TtoirtMrtrtfViloii Jlrt'ttisWste
SMMr.
•rism HMItsMI «ilil«.«
BMU.au.Me Eatn.
-a*- iwftm\jtmmo,Ai»., hmm.   ■
dMUyl I
CITl^NS
For EveryrAile of'tlie N. tf S.
I have 2 WIRE MATTRKSSKgi which
will bo sold cheap tor
COLUMBIA STREET?
■ -)..'.   douflto
-fcTOTIOaB.'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after date we Intend making application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works fbr permission to
purchase the following described lands
situate on Valdes Island, Coast District,
British Columbia:
Commencing ata point on the east boundary of Lot 17, Coast District, 20 chains
south of the northeasterly corner of
said, lot, thence east 40 chains, south to
the shore llneof Village Bay, northeasterly along said shore line to the southeast
corner of Lot 31, Coast District, north to
the shore line of Main Ijiiki*, alortR west
shore llneof said lane northwesterly to
the first point where our timber lease "L"
crosses said lake, thence along our timber
lease lines In a generally west direction
to a point 40 chains due north of the northeast cornero" Lot 17, Coast Dlstrlot, thence ,
due south 40 chains to the northeast corner of Lot 17, Comt District, ttienoe south
40 chains, east 40 chains, and south 20
chains to point ot commencement.
Royal City Planing Mills ro. (Ld.)
By their agent, O K. Woobh.
'New Westminster, B.'0., *'
Aagustfllh,!**. . au7d2m
THB
V0XJm.X^'^JmiWi
I
CaMonimnt.Anujew'sl
WILL TAk^   PUCE AT TUB
AGRICULTURAL HALL OROWIDS |
NEW WE8TMiN8i*lM;
Thursday, October 4Ui, 1888 I
Tbe prlto Hit tor 'tire' Garnet and Sports'
la very large.    ,. . * .; ....
There will bo a GRAND BALL In the
evenlnir.        --.' --
Look out for Potters.
PETER GRANT,
dwauaotd -      SecrtUry.
THE ANNUAL
<1
BRITISH COLUMBIA
WILr.BKURT.DAT
Agricultural Ball,"  Beacon
'   Ml,T-tl»rta;"B.C.,
—•°-*T~
THURStiAY,'pll3AV:&'SAt'JRDAY j
senator <Mti'Mk..'II.-
Thuradnywlll be devoted tojudllngof I
M.ilele.and.nlmalion<ahlbllliinr .1
The doors will be open «t 0 o'eltfc. n,m„
on Friday and Saturday. . ,  -,.. ■.,
TICKETS OF ADMItBION-Fifty Cent!
lor Adult.; 2S com. »r*0hlMrc2'* *?, ?
Inlendlhi exhibitors are requeued to
notify tho Secretary. '
THOMAS RC8SEU,
dwsemd , Secretavr.
NOTICE IS HEREBY I
80daj.aafler.il«te,we _._
application tAllrt Honiinrahle the J
IIVEN THAT,
date, we intend making
„rr  Honourable the Minis-
ter of the Interior of Canada for. lease, .
far timbering purposes, on the following i
described tracts of land situated In the'
District of New Westminster, Provine, ot
I
BriUsh^C^dumbJu.vlai^^mrnencJngai
vt.pt Jl
post marked^ jr'G,""R.'ariiO""MoX. 120 \
chains, about northwest' from the outlet t
of Llllooet Lake or adjolnlag the Bnuste I
Sawmill Comrsus'a appllmtlwi; thence
west 210 chains, more or less, to a post   e
marked 3.0. B, and J.MoLat 8.W-l tnene.   I
north 80 chains to a poatiSuhii 3. G. R, 1
.nd J. McL., H. E.j thence weat SUehuna, :,|
more or leas, to apost marked ■ 3. G..R. * S
and J. MeL., N, -J*i"thenc.. south Is  "
efialna,rnrro or lew, to « piitswi  "
"  R. and J. VfUj.k. 8.itb>T—
moreor leas, to aliost^marketl a
mc.Jj., n, Tf.,11
mrro or leaa.U
8, R. and.J. Mail',.]
l.ina, more or leas, ta,
Silt the J. M0L.rs"lL.. .
eh.lns, more or less, to . nbsl
O." R .nd J; M0E., RTr.ftKel
eh.lns, mora or lets, to . —' -
U.R.lMad J.McL.,B.K; t
oh.ln.,'moreor lea,, toaiHMi annraeu j. i
a. R. .nd J. McL., S.W.; thenoe outtOO
oh«Jn.,more or leaa, too.pojtr--'--' -
G. R..nd J. McL., H, H.; thenci
ohalm, more or leliittf.i
a.R. .nd.J,MoL,, N.W.f ,
chains, more or less, to a post uwi
G.R. and J. MeL,S.E.i thence noi._ ._
eh.tns, more or less, to .pott marked J.
(1. R. unal J. U>L, iit-ar Htuir,MHa>mlll
Co.'. applllaUoblthoiW'alasff said application to the place of 'commencement.
W.stmin.ter,Provlno.ol BrHIa* OeJus-
JAMMG. MMj"
JAMES MoW
Al*o aeenwn w, the «
i
1
,, v. if, nsuxu.
«ew*Vett;,Ii:a,»hAiif., 1W, dau81m ^HKDBp GIFTS.
™™ lUleS In Iter hands, ~ZJt*
PFbat. scares hud touokott It
t-ofebads,-ft-hoso perfume)
I ber tor hoi funeral hour.:.
Thoy wrapped ber form tn lustrous silk,
And draped small folds of filmy loco
About the slender pulseless wrists,
. Aad underneath tho patient face.
At last Bhe lay In perfect rest;
While voices, late bo slow to praise, ■
' ltohearsed her many virtues oer,      *
Andflpokoof all hor ploaeaBt ways, ...
Tho sleeper hooded not the wealth
Of bloom that lay on either hand;
And not a word of love or loss
.  Her sealed ears could understand.
$srw
rlond wo lovoil has died?''
—Good Housekeeping,
A JAPANESE TEMPLE AND BELL. .,
(~\''J v i~p,-i . S
Thla a Marvel li Sweet Ton. «. W.U M
ofOoleuklSlio.
If I wore . good Buddhist I wonld lay t
prayer or two to the Chloln bell, the
largest In Japan, bnt a monster breathing
sweet music that thrills one from bead
$o foot, sod ringing io seldom thtt the
■■ flats* Mdt.pt In mind carefully, leit one -
J*   mlantly jgriat treat!,
V.  TbsfceU flange Ins ihaily Httio place nt
tbe top of a stone staircase by Itself, and
isitruck from tbe outside by a swinging
beam that gives tb. soft reverberations,
that do not Jar on the ear no matter how
powetf6TtJsefr ar*; . V- '.      i.
WtentMhu>jirl>**ja iaufi&*no8«nu.
iwn'ng Itls generally at the time of the
five-o'clock mass In the morning, and
IMbvyaMt,p*t*h!n» beeii unconscious of,
<':    the Musical booming and missed It nil.
Others are wnkel'd fay the ItrEnge vibration and the soft rhtislc and prilsatlng on
tho air, and In; the half oonscionsness of
waking it seems like part of some beautiful dream, . ' ,»m«...i
j'' ;,(J, It is ike greatest pity tlmt with mob a
' magnificent bell the temple does not see.
fit to ring it oftcner.
The CbioluIs a rich temple, nnd Its al-
' tar ono of tho most, gorgeous In Kioto, a
,   mass of curved anil glldad ornaments sur-
.   .. rounding A mnssivo gilded slirhie.
Occasional worshippers come nnd kneel
. ij   tn tbo mats and mntter their pmyers,but
,.   moat often ono finds the only occupant of '
tho space is a lono old priest industriously
:  i   hammering away at a modern drum
.:. shapedllkefth'ugeronndsleigbbell,front
.five .o'olook' In' the morning until tho '
temple closes at four In tho afternoon tho
thnnk, tbunk keeps up.     .
A nlco old Woman, who mmt be a pro-
f,aalon»I.i,»i«ider, team tbe lnotsiint
piloting »hil ilsrulng of blue eotton garments that she keeps up, takes oare of tbe
ihoei while one rdams tbo- temple stocking-footed, but she does not offer to mend
-' tt.fot.Htn stockings worn out on matted
'    snit pvHirie**. wooB floori.-Globe.
A HORSEY DOMINIE.
Vthy th. Great Kentneky S.nAt-r Think.
. Great Deal of Hlm.
Senator Beck has among bis friends a
Presbyterian clergyman who lives In th.
northern part of New York and who ii au
ueellent judge of horse-tlesb.
."I shall ibevei forgef," said Seek tb.
Other day, '.'our first meeting. r it was at
a planter's, near - Lexington, who 'raise.
some very lino colts every year,
''Accompanied'by onr host wo'took a
.Moll one morning among the barns and,'.
■tables and looHd at;the itool, when,
. pHesently a couple of colt*, sir weeki old,
were brought out for our Inspection, by
fine of tho stablerboyi.
. " 'Those are Morgan colts,' nld the
, "l1^"'! ^d*a»ed'a^!iwjrise and
overjoyed «t rrh.lng a man of the cloth
whir seamed' to know lometblng about
hones, 'do you know a Morgan colt when
you St. ltf
. •■•' Oirtalnly,' Mid the olergyman
promptly, 'or an Eclipse oolt, for that
matter.'
" Well," oontlnued Beck, "It was th.
first tlm. I had ever met a miniiter who
knew a Udrgao-horie or any other at
light; «dw. bay. bMnvfast friendi ever
since.
"Why,«lr," .dated Bsokln a bnntof
ithualaim and admiration for his
I ku»f lelge of hors.flcsh; "that
r eV oaltto any church in
,^^j^
SHEEf» (WeAlfiNQ- BY'MAOHIrlERY.
An UayMr.maMt Vint Introducd to
AuttnUta.
, The. prooets of sheep .hearing by machinery It now performed In Auitralla by
nn ingenious kind of device, the remits,
aa renrawrrted, being vary Mtiifaetrjry.
The appuatu. In que.tleo.ls a vary
simple one, being made on th. lame principle wth.outter of a mower or reaper,
und the knives are worked by means ot
rodi within the handle!, theso In their
turn being moved by n com within a long
flexible tube, which Is k*pt In a rotary
shaft, and wheels driven by a stationary
engine. Th. oomb li.ln tho form of. a
, segment of a circle, about three inches In
illoMeW, with -.l.v.u   ooBloal-ihaped
itlf „,______^
,'lKath tniobi.e li wotked by a aheanr,
and, as the comb is forced along the ikln
of the animal, tbe fleeee ii cut.
The machine cau bu run either with a
iteim or gae engine, or by ordinary horse
power, and doea not e'atllyget out of
order. .,.,. ;	
Grotesque Goose Story.
"When, I wail u Alabama, between Por-
lUttiOapand Millerville,"eatd a gentleman living In Atlanta, "I cntno to acoun-
try place where a man was driving ten or
Slfljf P*? •««1*#«"* l>r.W« .-teward a oot-
" 'For Heaven's lake,' said I, 'what is
it you have on the necks of thow glen f
"'Those are gourds, full of water. I
drive tt-asu-aavftt into, that cotton patch
and keep them there (ill day weeding on.
the cotton.« **k» la no Water. I« tho dot-
ton pateh. and J have to give them water
ihiMMsntelwptliemther,.'
"'But how do tbey get the water out.
I    of llioie gourds under their liccksl'
•"They drink out e( eaeh other'.
tMriti. sseh gourd has an opening Itt
tlie aide m-Mkt another goose ean put his
bill Into the godM ami drink. If you Will
it.y.ini.ioEs;.e.ongl« you sill ho it
i  yiMfcii?: a !; ••■•"-■
; "I wirW* Were lifilf -a ilny to fee' that
lHrforiia.no.,.ml Dually 1 saw It.  Ths
KISSES  QiJL INTafRfeST.
.   "V      ■    ~/   m   ii  ,;
A Father!.   S.aWif.1   CMruel   to   111.
:       iDitigMer. '.:
. 'A futlier tilltlng to bla careless diiugli-
'ter, said!
"I want to speak to you of your mother.
It may bo that you have noticed a care-
•tvoru look upon her fuce lately. Of course
it lias not been brought there !by "any action of yours, still it is your duty to chase
It away. ..:.'
,j;i' "I want yon to get up to-morrow morning anil get breakfast, and jvben .your
mother comes ond begins to express her
surprise, go right up tj her anil kiss her
on tho mouth.. You can't Irnauino how it
will brighten hor dear face,. Besides you
owo her it kiss qtftaViV,
"Away Sack'viiien yon *ero a little
girl, she kissed you'when no ono else wis
tempted by yonr (ovi r-taiuted breath and
swollen fiico." You* n'el'b not hs iittrnctlvo
then as you nro now. And through those
years of childish stiiisliino mul shadows
sho was always ready to cure, by the
magic of a mother's hiss, the littlo, dirty,
chubby hand! whenever they woroiiijurcil
in those first skirmishes with the rough
old world. And then the midnight kiss.
with which she routed so many bad
dreams, as ebo leaned ovor your restless
pillow, have all bouu ou Interest these
long, long years.
"Of course, sho is not so pretty and kis-
Snbloasyounro: but i f you bad done your
.'share cf work during tbo last ten years
tho contrast would not bo so marked. Her
face has moro wrinkles^ than yours, fa,
mora, and if you were sick th..t face
wonld appear mon beautiful,than an
uujtl'.aslt hovered over you, watching
every opportunity -th minister to your
.c'ontlaon, aud every one of thoso wrinkles
would lecm to you to be bright wavelets
of surobino chasing each, other over ths
lisrSee.    I'.j '.?■:•." i .'    '".
- "Sho Trill lcavoyoti one of these d.ys.
Thoso banleus, If not lifted from her
shoulders, will break her down.. .Those
rough, hard hands, that have done so
many necessary things for yon will be
crossed,upon her lifelossbreast. Those
neglected' lips that reave you .your first
baby, kiss will bo forever closed, and
thoso sad, tired eyes will bave opened 111
eternity, and then yon will appreciate
your mdlbor; but it will be too lite," -
-uaMsdldJaitM the mail niid they would.
When a goost. got thirsty.h. walked np .
h bli nelgltMr i.dciollydtnnk out of
lie .aurdon hi.ueok."-Atlanta Journal.
Ih. DatMllon. o.m« Flnt.
Janiployer, SomboP   I
/all,"
'A fcufferin* most from
hi'fell, sali."
. "Oh, tbe rtMtloacume first, did Itr'
'■HOME/SWEET HOME."
. "'CJie Snoct rower of Maslc."
The H'tfclo c'U'y of Dnltdn, In North
Georgia, has n tradition1 ttfjout John How*1'
ard'Payne. " ,!:
•' When the CherokeBS were corralled (ox,
exportation from-North Georgia and
East Tennessee to what is now Indian
Territory, Payne was one of tho whites at'
tho frontier settlement of Crosn Plains,
located' wh ore Daltoii now stands, Many
of.tholmliam, loath to leave tho homes
of their childhood aud ot their trihe for
gene ratio: is, tried very ingcniojtB methods of dortsiui* thoofllcers. Payne several
tljuejixliitildeil tlom.^ ,-^
Complaint was made aRaimt him, a
warrant was issued, and ho was arrested
Afterward by Sheriff Gen. Underwood, at
the homo of old Joint Ross, hereditary
chief of the Cherokees, whose log cabin
still stands in the now suburbs of Chattanooga.
Payne, evidently with the thoughts of,
the homeless Indians in his mhid, began
to sing tbo first stanza of his now world-
famous song, then unpublished, "Home,
SwflctHG*-Oae,!'        ■   t   tttrtj \
Tbo'iiioucer Sheriff 'stood still M ,tha
wordsiulLu*:oulii*.ear. -■.;.■.■
"What song is that*1'to asked aa*w
flnt terse euded. ,*• .   ,
"It's a littlo composltlbnof myown,"
taswered Payne.
:  -'Sing me some more—sing All of HP*
exclaimed the frontiersman.
And Payne did sing it, with such Bplrft
and understanding that the Sheriff's feelings got the better of Mm, and he told
Payne he could help the Indiana aa maoh
as he pleased.
. ■" -'■■>.   . i      *•*
, GIQANTIC ENGINEERlMQ.
The Proposed Bridge b.tw.Ml Englnd
' .ndFrenee.
. The contemplated Channel bridge, ai
outlined by French and English engineer!,
is expected to cost some two i hundred
million dollars, th. shortest distance being some twenty-two mitae, that ii, on
thoacor«ofsballownsw,^sa.  ';  rtnTI
The depth of th«.OhiiiHol lldeclared te
be much lesi than is commonly tuppoted,
and there nre-two ihslhTSS^tliose between Cran-aux-Aufs and Folkestone,
' Where the depth li only twenty feet, and
these.it Is expected, wllllnsureamaterlal
difference in laying the foundations and
lingo pllei whioh Will b»«u.ulred for wok
aglgantloEtrrlohlrti.
From the FreBOh coast to these shallows the depth is about 160 feet, Ind from
tho other shallow to Folkestone about 100
felt.'   '':  ■-'
ThipLshtbhavea bridge with two
slight bend., ths flnt d.vl.ting a little to
reach one shallow, and th. other falling
baektoraaebFolk.,ton.i
The piles required wonld be blocks of
oonercte and masonry ICO feet long by IM
broad, theso to bo placed at lnt.rv.labl
about 650 yards, these measurements to
bo possibly augmented in ordlr to insure
to tho bridge a atrength capable of bear
ing some 55,000 toni weight.
Tin catu,w»y of thi bridge will be
about 100 foot abovo tho sea level, or of
sufficient height to enublo vessel! of 'any
olass tb pass freely beneath it.
"It Saved My Life"
Il a common expression, often heard
from thoae who havo realized, by per.
lunal'tase, the curative powers of Ayer'i
Cherry Pectoral, *• I cannot say enough
In praise of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that, but ror its use, I
should long since have died from lung'
trouble!.-E. Bragdon, Palestine, Tex.
About six months ago I had a severe
Hemorrhage of the Lungs, brought on
by a dlttreuing Cough, whioh deprived
m. of neep and rest. I had nsed vari-
ins csngh rshun. and expectorants,
Without obtaining reliof. A iriend ad-
Tisedmototry
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did so, and am happy to say that tt
helped me at once. By continued use
this medicine cured my cough, and, I
am satisfied, saved my life.—Mh, Ut.
Coburn, 18 Second it., Lowell, Mali.
I hav. rued Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral
tor over a year, and iluccrely bellove I
should havo been In my grave, had It
not been for this medicine. It has cured
me of . dangerous affection of tho lungs,
for whioh I had almost despaired of ever
finding a remedy.—D. A. McMullon,
Windsor, Province of Ontario.
. Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral saved my life.
Two yean ago I took a very severe Cold
which lettled on my lunga. I consulted
phyiiciani, and took the remedies they
oompletelyrestored my health. — Lizzie
M. Allen, Vest Lancaster, Ohio,     tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
O.Ayer&Co.,Lowcll,MaM.
u. Price $1; six boul<iB(tJ5.
WANTED
DULY-OERTIFttJATED BNOINERR
.   (or the atr. "Fairy Queen." Apply on
ard. dauflto
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
WE« CHANTS,
WMiBI" STREET • V1CT0HIA.
. AtkBETTs" :ilTt>JB
North Brlllsh and Mercantile
Insurance fo. for Mainland.
M.C. Br-tTON 4, CO.,
88 Pinsbury Circus,
London, R. C.
,     Th. Artist In th. Oomatry.
She doei not carry sketching • tooli anjr
more. Sho was full of artistic Ideal, anil
carried all ber materials with her 11,1b.
roamed through, the woods,.. She came to
n little farm house.
It ivas in the country. Naturally, an
artistic outfit must make an impression
and provoke the admiration of thoso simple people who live in Ignorance of everything metropolitan. She stopped at thi
ranch house and the lady of Oil ranch
came out and greeted her.
. "Qood.mprnlng," she said.
"Good morning," said th. native.
"Beautiful morning, la it not?"       ,
-rfX?',*^i.**,v^*-'^^*nolr.-*ou peddlef-
f"an.Fimnol«oCh»nloh>.
-i tT        aa--i''       "    '''
aom.IngeTaloiiiBaiiheoil.inl.
i ,Vou temeaih,, tto 'yo«»Bvl.hdy who
.went to have a look at the penitentiary In
Sad Quentln, and got into conversation
with a prisoner, and wiihed to ask how
loiij,' he was In lor in b delicate way. Bhe
Mked: . '"fg   !    i- • •
"How long do yon expect jo be away
from hornet"
"There was a lady In the country whoae
husband had bwn given fourteen dayi
Ar..prcs-und imfeht, The day after he'
was sentenced a eity friend called upon
her; '
"And whore. Is yonr huibandf'i ' v>^ I
^"Jiilinf Oh, Job. wi
Court House yesterday c
mid I don't'think he'l!
1 couple of.weeki,',-*BliB
Itll.
CA.X.X.   Jk"Xf
OLD 13TAND,
Opp. the V. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
For a General Assortment 0/
aiOT-HII^Gr,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Urucertei, Crockery, Cord-
*" agei'«cV   '   ■    '- .
Biiftcr'ttegs, BuitvIx, h
nay, ftriiin, Feed, tlie.
FARM 7rVQDUGE
BO««BT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
FBOirrJ*raKivr; - -'- New WESTMiKHTEn.
 ., dniy22ml    '
CHINA & JA'flAN
IJlttB HAVR JUST HBORlVfeD a large
;W . conslgnnient W all kinda of
CEUURATCO TEA,
Smbroldcred Silk Hoods,
Shnwli, Screens, Bed Qallts.
Drei<lEg«owBs,Elc.,Etc.
—^ALSO—
Porceliln, Satiuma, Cloliaaue,
Iron*, Ivory, Sandalwood and
CurlOS of Every Description.
IMPORTED BY tW*Y STHM'R DIRECT FROM
CHINA AND JAPAN.
s,,■■ ■
Hoplottlllye* will honor ds with your
ylalt, we refill, very respeetfnlly yours,'
Kwongon Wo &Co.,
FRONT'STREET, NEW WtSTMIHtltB, B.C.
I'liHt OITicn Dox No. 7.
NOtlOE.
LeasB Of Trenant
SEALED PROPOSAI-S WIU* HE KK-
coived hythfl HonorahleriiforCom-
mlssimier of i-ands and Works n A to noon
ott-rATCRPAY.Bilh instunf, from parties
who mayl* ileslrons of nAviirlnn n ifnsc
of that portion of the N. W. quarter of
Hectloniir*, Township fi, New Went minster
DlfttH-lt. known iW ■'Trenant Hi'tinnl He
serve." contatnltiK Hal aorci*. excepting
therefrom 24 acren, whioh linve heen
leaxed to the Delta AnrlenltinulHoeloty,
and one aero upon which the sehool-hotise
stands.  ,    ; y.qU:
-fHO^SAIiB MtWT STATEi
1st. The purpose for which tht-' laud h
Intended to be used, the nature of thu Improvements proposed to be elliictcd, anil
within what time.
2nd. Tha term of years for which tlio
lease Is desired,
Hrd. The Hnnual rental proposed to bo
^Iri ihi> event of? k lenso hoiinr imintpd. It
will he Issued subject to a provision that
the Honourable (!hit-f CommlSHlonor of
Lamlsand Worksmay atanytimediirlng
tbe tenancy resume pnn-iesRlon of the her*
SltanieutH upon f-lvlug the lessee (wo
intlis'notln-f, and after paylnir hlm the
prmii*il  value of the  Improvements
made by him.
Tbe Honourable Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works reserves the right to
rejiot Any or All propos'ala which he mny
itcilve,
W. B. OOIIE,
-_.;        ^i-i',^  Snnfeyoraeneral-.-
-■ Cuds nnd Works Department,
Victoria, 12lh Soptemtier, 1S»    .,
MUSIC.
MISS FltlillSSE, late of Seattle, W. T„
. Is now prepared to give Instructions
011 the Piano, Will nn to tho homes of the
pupllslf desired. Residence—W.H. Lewis,
Agnes street. dJIyUOtc
SIGHTv.JPDNESS
USE  ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OELEllRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE ■GLASSES.
Recommended   by Leading  Oculists In
America,
S. JJITAXi «Ss CO.,
dmyHOto        Agents, NewWostm luster.
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Lone; Experience lu the bualncaa,
. daOJIyom	
Wm. A. Dashwosd-Jo&es
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Fruits & ye,o:eta1il8s
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJ&Uo
THE WHITE IS KING
■pARTIEB DESIROUS OF PURCHAS-
V ■ ing should not fall to give theso cele*
orated Machines a trial,
€. J. ROBSOX,
1      AgeOtfortlie Mainland.
Also, Agent tor  the celebrated White
BrOnze Monument Co. djelgte
*$'&<.iS!; C-l'VESHMfilt s?
'j***"   VICTu'RM BJ.-
>:0S AH) ORGANS
Of. thO Best llalicrs in the World.
THE WOJtLIl-RE.N'OWXfiD OliaANS
and PIANOS of Ha.iali .1 llnmiln
liuvc arrived. 'Tlio tirent. KT1C0K 1'IANO,
with jm1t.nl Hiistiiliiilie vcdul. The luittoh-
l««s PECKER A SONS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINIUM' PIANOS and-
OHOANH. Havo nlso lu alocR HONISOH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs sold on monthly tmyinonta. Planus for rent and rent uiiiilieii if purchased.
Call at.
H. Peters' Mnslc Store,
dwjeadto        T ViorotnA,B.C.
—ANY MAN*—
Who ts Weak, N«rTous, Debilitated*
wbo In his Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away his Vigor of Body, Mind
and Manhood,onus ing exhauHtlngdrains
upon the Fountains of "Life, Headache, Backache. Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bashfutooss in
B< cl-Jty, Pimple* upon the1 Face and
all the Effiteis lending to Early Decay,
Consumption or limaiiity, will Snd In
onrflpeclnc No. 23 a P*sit vnture. H
Impart-- Yonthfui Visor, restores the
Vital Power tu old aud young, strengthens and InvlKornti's the Brains and
Newss, builds up the muscular Kystem
and arouses Into action the whole physical euergy of the human frame, with
our Bpeoltlc No, 21 the most ■ju'-tliinte
case oan in, cured lu three montliH, and
recent ones In. lcsb than .IO days, Kaoh
package contains two weeks iruntinout.
Price 32. Cures BUimiiiteed. Our HiiccIHr
No, 21 Is an infallible Cu'refornllPrivate Diseases, no mutter of how long
standing. Sold under ourwrittenGuarantee to effect a Cure. Price $5. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont
mSMPTWI
That dread terror, a (ilscapti ko long
bulling Ni'lmce and thn must skilled
pliysii'liiiiH, who knew of unfiling tn
urroist, nothing to alleviato, miihlng to
c'nrft. Now it ti, im lnDitcr an Inmir-
ablo malady even \vlicn gh*. n un by
nhysluiaiiK, heiiltti enn yot he fiiuiid in
OtJRRKMKDV; I! lu'iiii and tmnlhes
theirti-nihriiiioof tlie Litu{n, Intlnmi'd
and i)(iinom?d bytlio rM'ngPN nf tin*
fijll illHi'itrie, and prevunt-- tIn- nl^ht
sweats ii nd' liijhtmihs iionns 'Iilm-Ih'hi
Which iivciiaipauy It.   Price !,1.
OURCO    GUARANTEED.
Toronto MoilUilno Co., Toronto, Out.
'OVB MiKUAST FBRFARATIUN8.
Renieinberwe manufnelurc nnd am the
solo proprietors of the following special-
tli's.ani! Unit they can be hud from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR SAIEBY
URUQGISTS. Cotrelipondennc siricMvcon*
lidfmthii. Consultation upon all chronic
disease Iiivlicil. MO. GHAIICE except for
medictnoft, Alt gnoils sent steuro from
obaoiviltlon. Toronto Modtelnn Co., To-
routo,Uiil.
HAIR   OCLORINQ.
Our magnlflrenl pienarut'ous ar(\'wiir-
niotcd perfectly liannless. We prepare
the following colors—tin* liner sbiides
arise from Iho linlr Itself: lilnel-, Dart-
Brown, Medium l-i'nwn, Chcitnut, I.tght
Chtisttiut. Gold Ulotidu, Ash. or Blonde
Condree. (wind sample of hair when ordering. Price, t2 por bottle Toronto Medicine Co., T.nonto, Out.
,      TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering pton**e specify which you
renulre; wei-uarnnfee lliem to j-lvo entire
satlsfnctlon. No. 8 Imparls to. the shin
tlio color nml freshness of maidenhood,
liarmlBSA nnd cannot hu detected, $1.25,
No. 9 removes wrinkles, S2. No. 10 removes Liver Spots, 11.2*1, No. 11 removes
Klesh Worms, 31-25. No. 12 removes
Kvci'klos, 81.2*1- No,, li) removes Pimples,
$1.2(1. No. U removes 'fan, jl.!*-. No. IB
removes Holes, (3. No. lfl removes Poclc-
marUs, 82. No. 17 romoves undue Porspt-
rfttlon, 81.25, No. 18, an absolute unfailing
Bpeelfiofortlio retcnllon, development or
restoration nf the Hair, $1,25. Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
THE BU8T.
No. 11) is a cnlblnert Internal nnd external treatment which 'speedily develops
or restores I he female bust to the proportions of voluptuous' natme. Is entirely
harmless apd certain in results. PricelS.
Toronto Mediolne Qo,, Tnt^nlo, Ont.
Dominion Lands.
Ji*- YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
razing Lund, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay lu 0<
largo discount.     ._______„-,__
Hcrlnean be obtained In large or small
quantities from
AU.OWAV& CHAMPION
T3 A *KTTI*"iflT*?.Pl
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK KBOM
TIIKBAXKOF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmhate
Td Su Fhuurino. fitl
J ««»!
BY WAV OP THE
X.X-W-*-*■."
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker lu Time than any other
Route between
Aitautv ai Su Franeiuo.
drana Scenic Route of the fictile
OOEIt.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of Sooond-Class l'us-
sengers, attached to Express Trains,
Pare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco:  Unlimited, $,S| First
Class (Limited), $!toi Second Class (Ll-
raited), gis.
R. KOEELER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
- Assl, Gen. Freight A PasB. Agent.
  djefito
w.R.AuStorf
DEALER hi
Wit WISimSSIaiB, B. c.
Hay and Feed
xtxjkxt.x*:xtv.
WOOD^OOAL
III (TAB BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shot*,
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS, 7aARf|WAREi
"*«»«.»,   ICC.
*arAs we use no whisky or tobacco we
can, by torn iterate habits and earOfol ceo
nomy, serve the publle at espeoliatly low
rates, dwjai2to
IMPERIAL
m\Mimm eoMP'y.
1 Old n»o*ii *. ud 18 Pali Mali,
tONDbN.
INSTITHTEP 1808.
FOB INSURING HOUSES ts OTHER
Bolldlngi, Goods, W.rei, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Shipa In Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges nd other Vessels on navigable riven and canals, lad
GoOda on board auch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countrlei,
FROM LOSS SR ilKAO". BT MBit.
'    Subtcrlbed ud Inverted CiplUl,
£1,600.000 8TO.
Rotes of Premium nnd every infomia
Mon nan lie ohtalnfd on application to
VI. J. ARMSTBON0,
Agent fo.* New Westminster.
MACHINERY
H
A VINO r.ATKMT INCRRAHKnoUR
 connection lu the BaBt-'iml else*
where very considerably, wo are in a position to give prices on any clili-s of Mn-
chincry thatmry hereqnlicU, Including:
Murine and Rtnthmtiry Rnulnes aitd lioli-
urs, riunet'N, Mnd'hi'i" mul   Nloul.tci?-,
Buzz Planers, Wornl  I.nlnes, bund
Haws, Hllnd Much lurry, Gnu-io
rathes, Hlnip!iu Mu-hln s.
Shingle Miii>iilli**s, I.ulh
Mrtfthlncs A H'dUli-,
Two.Threaaiid Four niofck Cir- ninr Saw
Mills, Itand Haw Mills Vn.tt.hh- Ku-
glues and Hollers, nnd   Holt-ting
Kuglncs.   Also, alolin Ileitnini
A Rons' oiiri The Ttontlou
Tool Com Iron Word in-;
Mucliinciy.
Hrfck Muchlnes and Crushers of either
the Martin orBalrd make.
Mill Supplies Ot all descriptions, Including Circular saws, Solid or Inserted
Teelh, Lubricating Oils, nnbber mid
Leather Belting, which we carry In
stock,
Steam Pumps of tbo Jlake, Davidson or
Knowles make also .hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edgo Toots of the celebrated Broad make, Wife Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
"We are sole agenta In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot bo excelled, as out-
Ota we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER &LEONARD,
C.mM. St.,   Opp, N.wa.Advcrtla.r,
VANroCVEIt, B. 0,
dsfwrt.
-sSS2
.-av,..y;. ., '■■ ,',^..'. -l-iai.: lyi'^
N" E *W      GOODS 8
T HAVE JUST 11ECKIVED 4 LARGE. AKD WELL ABtrOBTEP-STOCK OP
m tMz. m
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I have alio made a largo addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOK FINDINGS, 4c. An inflection ol my
Stock will satisfy any to-day that I. have the best assortment to be lound in this
oity.   CUSTOaM WORK promptly attended to.
jTJkxexxtm xt.oxrmmxtjkxr,
dwjelyl . So. 81, Cpi^usniA Street.
Corner Colombia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND "BOX-WORKING
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinds ol
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BtACHSMITHINC, at prioea couiiderably lower
than before.   It is oui- intention to have in the coune of a lew weeka a
BRASS & IRON FOIJNDRT
Running hi connection with our Business. I - We have the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, aud employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPEKli'ACED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee satisfaction in workmanship ns well un prices..- We have obtained the service! of a
First-Class Ilorsc-Shoer, aru that part-of our Business will have Bpecial
attention.
REPAIRS of all hinds oi "Machinery, either Steam or.Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Narrows, or anything in tliis line, will have
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable rates.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies* of the best quality,
forsalo.
We also keen in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE & OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES.
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria pneea. f.
t3T Estimates aud tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork, Call and inspect
our Stock and got our Prices, and you will nave money by IV'
dwjlyldtc       b '    REID   &   OlJ|tRIE.
CASTORIA
far Infants ind Children.
"Cutorlalsso areU adapt*! to children thtt I Cutorta enns Colle, OmstrfsHM,
ItecomtnendltaiiuperfortoaavprescriDUo. I tear Stomach,' Dtarraoaa, EractatloB,
ksrimtoine."     B.tut%MrJttn,llJ>,,^ l™™^ *w n*^ tri tron****
IT.   I WllfSSWl-aSlr-asMlo-. ;
Tas Casuua CoKruav, TT Jlorraj* Street, K, Y.
mf)o.Oi*eisft,Snoumii..
(LUKDBOM'S BUILDIKG, FRONT STREET)
IffiUES   1ST
' Conitantly on Hand ui Eit.jnsive Sto'k of  ■      -
Dry CoimIs, Groceries,  Boots 4. Slmca, Hats & Cups,
Crockery, Glaianwari', «Sc.   i
SCXIj-s-'IS     4c    HOTS'     RTJZVB.
Great Variety of Household Articlea.   aUsp,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and  GENlSBil. STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce hour nl at market rates or sold on commission.  M..Orden
from the Interior promptly attended to. '-  ..   dwjeste
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN.
tlAVIN-J TAKRN P0S8K8S10N OF
ll tlio ■•TMiit'i'i-ance House,"fronting
on CnlnmliiHniKi Ohnrcli KtreeiH.opin.slte
the BplscopHl Church, ami mnv uuowu
as the
FARMERS' HOMEI
Will aoeoiniuoilat* the tiavtiini: f.nblio
ai the foiUiMiuii ralett
lioiird per day fl 00
"     "  week  .1 00
Slnali- Moiils    as
Hells     25 ■
...rjooil lu'ruinininliilluti for Lmllet nnd
fanilMflN. myOtc
Flowers for sale
KSTABUMiED 10.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Scarlj Opuoilto the Colunlal Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER  .
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
isaortmcut of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, ud supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats It the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
"t*TOTTCd3.
OliisiiN, hai leftmybedandboafd
without any provocation.whatever, thla la
WHEREAS 'MT WlfBi MARGARET
GIBSO"  "•"" ""
without nny |
to notify nil iierstins not To trust heron
my Recount, bh I will hot pay nny debts
which she may contract.
JAMES GIBSON.
Chilllwhack, August 4IU88.   . d«.u7ml
NOTION.
ALL OUTSTANDING A0C01TNT8 due
the iinyal City Planing. Mills Co.
must ho setticii on or before Sept, 80th or
they will be .placed In ("onrtforsollectlon.
To till cniimimtrs of BbIIiIIbs Haiti rlalt
Until ifnrtliET notice, we oflfcr great In-
(hici'incnis to nil cash piixol>4^i\ra.
ROYAL CITY viANJmKJldA UO.
''Cumtted).
New West, Aug. si, J88i* *'*' ' d'wauSlml
iW Twfer
HACK, LIVERY; mCE,
Feed | Sale StAbles
.       ,-.:■-, -ii:1
TBE SUBSCRIBERS ABB NOW PREPARED TO TWt». OtTT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Kitei.
Bnjisf a. All-Bfh-i tiwisj
Done at Shortest Notice,'.
Dry tdrdwotd dollvertd to any part of
the City.       ,,   ,„•   •..  ,   -■   »3
Orders by Telephone wlll,recei*M prompt
attention, .
■srStablGs nearly-opptiriltei'tSi'P.R.De-
•  , potiQoluaWaSU.MewWcitolnBter.
djallto      QILLEY BROS. P*ow. •n--atKa-a**HaEBe--e
THE DAILY,COLUMBIAN
Every An.*s*aWt llillllnitr.
At thilr Bleim  Prlntii
mist, Colnmbla
I Uttabllth-
flrtet.
e
BT
U month........
!uontha.....M,
month!.....
MAIL:
........... 9 35
DELIVERED IK IBB OlTTl
he, 11 month. 4U 00
Mr Imosthe...... .,  4 25
hr month...*......,.     w
Ht mat —.......    28
Pmym.nt In .11 onea (except tor weekly
Me) to b. mad. In advance,
imiTltlH MTU lit VM MIU.
, tr.Mle.lAdvertlaea.e.lt.-Flrat Insertion, 10ou. per line rolld nonpareil; eaeh
.nbaeqnent eonaeeutlvelnaertfon.lot.. per
Ilue, Advertlaement. not Inaerted every
ay, 5 et.. per 11 ne eaoh lnurtlon.
KuaUaut A4veni.ea.esta.-	
Bualneaa or Protewlonal Advertisement.
lias A«verlUe«.esti.-Regular
 aa or Protewlonal AdvertlsemonU
will be received .tfollowlngmteai 1 Inch,
 month: J Ine. IS; K col. Ii.90: % eol,
1 eol. Iii  If Inaerted for less than 3
10 per cent, will be
B per month: J Ina. W; « eol. ii.80: % eol.
ftfli 1 col. 116. If hwerfid for less (Si
mc*. 10 per cent, will be added.
•*e<UI Bailee, among reading matter,
to ell. per line each Inaertlon. Special!
ealllni attention to advertlaement*, 10ct».
per line.
Birth., Marriage! .nd Deathi, ,1 for eaoh
InMrtlon: Funeral Notice. In connection
with death., 60 eta. each Inaertlon.
A.ella. Sale., when displayed,oharged
to per cent lew th.n tr.ml.nt advt., If
wild, charged at regular tranalent rates,
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Uiae* .vary vf«d.c..y ■antbag.
Delivered In the City, per year. 18.00
Mailed, per year.  9.00
Hailed,! months.  1.38
mill" MWinaliio MTU.
IwuleBlAdvertliementa.-Flrsl Insertion, 10eta, per line aolld nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, Seta, per line.
Ha.dUi Adverlltea.e.u.-For 1 Inch,
lUlpermenth: Una. tt perm.! 8 Ine. UK)
per m.; 1 eol. •19.76 par m. If Inaerted for
lea. thu 8 mcs. 10 pit cent, will be sided
to th... ratea.
Bpeelal notlcea among reading matter,
SO eta, per line eaeh insertion.
Cats mutt be all metal,and tor large out!
an extra rate will be charged. No advt.
Inaarted In either laaue for less than ,1.
.•"Persons sending in advertisements
- ihould be careful to itate whether they
an to appear In the Dally Edition, or th*
Weekly, or both.
DmsLIob IU.ttr.le4.
O. E. Deshsrsts & Son's handsome
illustrated magazine is sgsin to hind,
containing some finely executed on-
graving! of prominent feature! of Toronto and vicinity, beiidei art subjects
snd engravings from personal photograph!. There is a finish ind itylo
■bout the illustration! of thil paper
which ii not to be compiled with that
of any other in the Dominion.   Itii
Sublithed every Saturday both   at
tontreil md Toronto.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAT.
Ointment Clarke tCo
gail** British Columbian
tkuadw Eve.l.g. aepl. N. IMS.
The Chilliwhack exhibition takei
place on Wodneiday md Thursday of
next week.
Newsy corrmpondenoe from Lillooet
snd Barkerrille will be found in another column.
Comfortable board and lodging! at
Mill Yeo't, Columbia it, opposite
Catholic Church. diel8tc
Fob She.—1,600 Hixon Creek
share, for isle. Apply to Woods,
1 Tubnee & Gamble. dsel4tc
The Royal City Planing Mills Co.
mid. Mother large shipment of lumber
to the Northweit to-day.
ittJBKtW&iwy* up-iver
ports' thu mornragwitb 16 toni of
might and 26 piuengen.
Th. itr. Princes. Louise left for
Victorii to-day with 14,000 caiei of
ulmon for ihipment to London, Eng.
Juit received, the latwt fill ityles
in Isdin' ind Childron's Dolmani,
Mantle, snd Jackets, at James Ellard
ft Co.'i. dae20to
Hr, G. W. Jordan, piano forte
maker, it in the city and will attend
to my' tuning or repairing. Orden
left at Lyal's. *
Work. on. the new Presbyterian
church ii prograMing, rapidly md the
briok' work orj fjheJpnrlio'me edifice ii
nesray MmplWaoT. '':
1 The „ petition uking the mayor to
procliim .civic holiday is being largely
•igned md leemi to be u popular
among mereh.nts.nd butiness mon st
imong employees.
A train load of cattle will arrive
from the interior thia evening. The
csttls ire eontigned to firms in Victoria and will go ovor by the Rithet
to-morrow morning.
Mn. F. Welcome McCridy will re-
•um. her elan in vocal mmio on Tuei-
day, 26th inst. Pupils will please
notice the change of residence, oorner
of Agne, snd Lawrence its.    dselOtc
The str. Irving returned to-diy from
Hops bripging 20 psssengen, 40 pkgi.
form produoe, 13 hogi, 2 lionet and
100 head of otttle from th. nnchn of
Canton and Ellit, Semilkimeen,
Take Ayer's Pills snd be cured. Mis-
ery It i mild word to describe the suffering! of body ud mind; caused by habitual constipation. A moderate use of
Ayer'i Pills will invariably regulate the
bowell.
Constable Calbick came over from
Moodyvllle yeiterday with . Kanaka
Indian, named Cloudy, who haa been
committed for trial at the next mizea
for bnaking into a trunk and itealing
thiratfrom |37.
The foot bill club now practice.
regularly every Monday, Wedneaday
andSitordiy ifternoom. The.tten-
dinoo of memben hat not beon up to
the mirk of lite, and it it particularly
requested eaoh practice ihould be well
•ttended in   vi.w of   th.   coming
Th. ladlei will be delighted to leirn
that P. PwbW f.moui and muoh admired Whitney Biby Buggiei, with
revertible handle*, have arrived. Be
' hai also for tale a novel brake attachment, whioh can be applied to any
buggy, itopping it on a hilliide as well
asifheldbyaboy. sel9t3
F. Borrows, of Wilkesport, writes
thit he waa cured of a very dangerous
me of inflammation of the lunga, solely
Inr the nee of five bottles of Dr. Thomas'
Eeleotric Oil. Feeli greet pleasure in
recommending it to th. publio, ai ho haa
trovid it (for many of th. diieatei it
mention! to cure) through his friends,
and in nearly every lnita.ee it wai ef-
f**tnl. Oo not be deceived by anv
Imitltfoni of D.-. Thomat Eclectric Oil.
B. tore you get the genuine.
Nawipaper mm in not notorioui
for carrying vutiumi of money about
faWr penon, or, in tot, for having
mon thin enough of the stuff to meet
the ordinary expenses of a vary unu-
mmitglife. ..But than an exception,
to .vteir rul., and a couple of then ex-
wptioni ar. to bo found in Westminster. .'Any one puling • Certain itore
en Front street thu afternoon might
hare orserved two ix-editon (with the
aooent on th. we), with mammoth
Bockit-bookt in front of them, ihiking
away vait tumt of money at every
Mttb el the ivories, It waa a tight
•oral to-iaand w»lingered md gawd
MtlMia7Mefornii<iyml<MaM.
Faxall.p Taller Hep Field.
Thete it n thortage of hop pickers in
the Puyallup Valley, and one thousand
handi could be used to advantage for
the neit three or four weeki. The
growers, owing to tho icarcity of Indian help, ire falling back on Chinese
labor, Owing to tbe lack of picken, u
part of. the crop will be lost, •• the
hops will loon be too ripe. Thoie
picken who aro at work are making
money, and in addition to good wages
are furnished with apples, potatoes and
other farm produce,
lavltatlM to Va.enver.
Mayor Dickinson received an invitation to-day from the mayor of Vancouver, inviting him and the citizont of
Weatminater generally to be present at
the opening of the new city park in
Vancouver on Thursday, 27th inst.
The 27th haa been proclaimed a civio
holiday at Vancouver, and it has been
suggested thit the ssme date be fixed
for our civio holiday, thus enabling
those who wish to visit the terminal
city on that day to do so without interruption to business.
V. r. B. Arbitration.
The commission appointed to enquire
into the claim of the 0. P. R. for railway construction in British Columbia
will oommenco their Ottawa sitting on
December 3rd. Among the witnesses
are: Sir John Macdonald, Sir Charles
Tupper, Hon. J. H. Pope, ProfeMor
Harrii, of the Royal Military college,
H. P. Bell, C.E., Mr. Hamlin, C.E.,
who wai engaged on the disputed
works, Chief Engineer Sohreiber and
Mr. Smelle, O.E. These will be called
ns witnesses for the orown.
A Bridge lor tbe Fraser.
H. J. Oambie, C. E., and A. R.
Green, C.E., returned to the city yesterday, having been down the river
making a preliminary mrvey for a railway bridge acroaa the Fraser river,
somewhore in the neighborhood of
Tilbury Iiland, It ii said the municipalities of Richmond and Delta .ra
anxious to obtain railroad communication with Vancouver atid will give
every possible assistance to a protect I
leading toward! that end. The nu-
meroui lurveyi being mide in the vicinity of Ladners and Richmond ought
to reiult in something definite before
Come filth, Bnt We've tint t. nave 'Em.
A mainland doctor was recently
summoned to Harrison Spring! to attend a well-known Seattle lady, who
wis taken suddenly ill. He remained
over night and returned home next
day. His fee was $360. The same
medical man was a ahort time ago called to Grand Prairie, about 150 mijei
louth of Kamloopi, to attend a case,
for which he charged a fee of {500.
On hii way home he wai called in to
visit s couple of other patients, one of
whom he charged (300, and the second
(200. The time occupied was four
dayi, ind netted 81,000. Hii diitrict
doei not receive a government subsidy
to retain a resident physician.—Colonial.
n.lted O.ee Mere.
At tbe police court thii morning,
Elizabeth, runaway wife of Lang Sing,
of Chilliwhaok, waa brought face to
face with her lord and master, who arrived yeiterdiy. Elizabeth did not
wiih to return to her home md wu
fir from acting the contrite wife, which
greatly annoyed poor Lang and it wu
evident for a time that a great inward
•truggle wu taking place in hii breast
whether to let the erring wife go or
not. But love conquered at lut ind
the heart-sore oeleitiil in moit endearing terma begged the truint Lizzie to
return to her home and be hippy with
her loving husband. Lizzie could not
•land thia wrt of thing long, backed
up u it wu by the wisdom of the
oourt and the advice of leveral memben of the legal profession, who ill
loomed to hive aroused . lively interest in the fair half-breed tnd her cue,
and the result wu ihe succumbed gracefully and a few minutei later paiied
out of court leaning on Ling's arm.
It might not be out of placo to note
that more than ono of tho dozen people
in the oourt room ihowed by their
manner that they envied Lang the pot-
testion of Ml beautiful half-breed.
Personal.
Ed. Port returned to-day from attending the Kamloopi tournament.
John Hendry, of tho Royal City
Planing Mills, returned from Victoria
yeiterday.
Gideon Robertion, the woll known
real estate agent, of Vanoouver, is
paying the oity a visit.
*", C. Gimble, of Victoria, ii in the
city on buiineii connected with the
government worki at the mouth of the
river.
L. P. Eckstein having captured all
the trout in Harriion Lake nu returned to the city ind will now settle down
u a law abiding citizen.
Sleeplessness is due to nervous. excitement. The 'delicately constitv^ed, the
finanoier, the business man, and those
whose occupation necessitates great mental strain or worry, all infier leu or
more from it. Sleep it the great restorer
of a worried brain, and to get aleep
cleanse the itomaeh from all impurities
with a few doaes of Parmelee'a Vegetable
Pilla, gelatine coated, containing no mer.
oury, and are guaranteed to glvo aatia-
faction or tbe money will be refunded,
KAMLOOPS TOURNAMENT.
It t'UallJ <Jloae4.—Tke Whole ABUT .
Craw* Esecett.
(From our own Correapondent.)
Kamloops, Sept. 10.—The balance
of the money remaining in the oom-
mittee'i hindi, (100, wu put up today for a consolation game between
Donald and a mixed team, and the
former wu lucceisful in carrying off
the prize.
Smith, catcher, and Cheiloy, pitcher,
were the battery of Donild team, and
Askim catcher, and Sehultz pitcher, of
the mixed team. March, of the Don-
aldi, played 3rd baie, and O'Connor
and Galger, of the Donalds, played
2nd and 3rd in tho mixed team, A
very amusing game wai played but not
much scientific ball. Mr.. F. W,
March, the pitcher of the Donaldi, ii
certainly ill that could be desired.
If the oatoher could have held hii hot
curve! the reiult of the matches might
have been different. He uyi tint he
will oome down to the cout with the
Donild teim if they come, end I am
auro he will be welcomed by the many
warm friendi that he hu mide by hii
gentlemanly conduct and fine work in
the field.
Thil event oloiei the tournament,
which on the whole hu been a grand
success. The varioui committee! performed their dutiei well and carefully,
and the lucceti which hu attended
the affair ii due ontirely to them.
Police court.
Before P. McTieman and W.D.Ferrls, J.P..
Billy, a Chinaman, oharged with
supplying an intoxicant to Indiana,
wu remanded till Friday.
Lucy, an Indian woman, charged
with inducing her daughter to duett
her lawful huiband, wu treated to a
uvere lecture and allowed to go.
Jamu Ferland, charged with lup-
plying an intoxicant, in the form of
Jamaica ginger, to Indians. Mr. Bole,
for tho defendant, pleaded guilty and
addressed the bench at lome length on
the subject. He pointed out that this
wu the first cue in the province where
a man had been lummoned before a
court for telling Jamaica ginger to Indiana and he felt certain very few people knew the extract came within the
Indian not.
Mr, Jenns, for the prosecution, laid
he did not wish to puih the matter and
wu content with the defendant'! plea,
but he thought the court ihould apeak
plainly on the cue and itate publicly
that inoh drug! could not be sold to
Indians except in defiance of the law.
After consultation the magistrates
fined the defendant (60 and costs,
stating that wai the lowest fine permitted, under the. act Thoy acted
leniently in thia cue u they felt convinced defendant did not know he wa!
breaking tho law and u it wai the fint
case of the .kind to come before the
court. The magistrate! then pointed
out thit eau d'Oologne, painkiller, Jamaica ginger, and all like extract!,
bearing a large percentage of alcohol,
came within the Indian act and muit
not be sold to Indiam, and cuei of
thii kind coming before tho court in
future wonld be severely dealt with.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'iCaitorla
From Llllooet
Correspondence of the Columbian.
Lillooet, Sept. 17.—The diitrict of
Lillooet hu been favored with glorioui
b*,ry;eif w/jilher. thwyeir. Old nttlen
say they never saw finer weathor thil
time of the year. The consequence!
are that grain ii mostly in and in splendid condition, never having had any
rain at all after it ripened. The yield
of grain is generally above the average.
Some firmer, an done threshing, snd
some an now busy threshing,—Times
are unuiuilly dull in the upper country thii fall.—One of the oldest uttler
In the diitrict met with in accident
which raiulted in hii death ihortly after. Hii name wu O. Brown, a itook-
raiaor on the Fruer River, md itnnge
u it may teem, one of hii km, a
young mm, died a few dayi afterward
through grief and fright, or both  to-
§ ether. It leemi they were driving
own hill when when tome sudden jork
threw the older mm off tho load of
grain, hurting him ao badly that he
only lived a ihort time. Miny will
miu Chirley Brown in Ihe district.—
There were two Chinete accident, ilao
in the month of Augutt. One wu
thrown from hii bono and killed by
being dragged over a mile. He died
ihortly after hia foot came out of the
ttirrup. The otber Chinaman wu
drowned in Cayooih Creek, a large
turbulent itream in inmmer.—Game
ii very plentiful on Pavilion mountain
and quite fat, having helped ths farm-
en get their grain into use.—There
ii oomiderablo grumbling done up
here at ihe way the taioa aro being
inoreuod overy year without any corresponding lienclit to farmen. Why
not take a little off the talariu of fat,
over-paid officer, of the government
Instead of trying to cruah tho lut oent
nut of fanners, especially beginners.
Everything the farmer hu to loll hu
gone down in pi icu since tho railway
wai built. Taxes an going ileadily up,
and were it not that goodi and machinery are getting a little cheaper
there would not be a farmer up here
able to pay taxei at the rate they are
Kiled on. Some find it very hard •• it
i—Mr. Pope, luperintendent of education, ia expected to viiit Lillooet on
Thuradiy next in the intereit of education.—Tho mountain fever ii in the
Clinton part of the diitrict; then are
leveral case, of it in Clinton. Mr.
Mendorf, of Bonaparte, hu lost one of
hit daughters, who wu just growing
into womanhood, and they have another still very ill with it—Quit, a
number are out proapecting for quirts
about Lillooet yet. Some of the
minen on Bridge River an doing well,
Good report! aro alio coming In from
Andenon Lake—Chips.
. • .
To Assist Nature mott efaVctnally in
her efforta to throw off or reiitt aerloua
diaeaae, it ll essential that an impulse
should be given to funotiom whioh growing ill health suspends or weakens, mme-
ly, the action of the bowels, bilious secretion, and digestion. Oftentimes, though
thit ii impracticable by the use of ordinary remedies, it prove, an eiiy task
when Northrop 4 Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyipoptlo Cure is rwort*
edto. .-'-     -
latecitaaiaij Jfftt>.,,..-.
Ottawa, Sept. 17—It il probable
that a ihinge will be made in the immigration agency at Winnipeg, and
that Mr. Graham will either be removed to lome other point or -rill leave
the lervico altogether,
Mr. Oliver, of Elliiboro, Aulniboii,
will apply for a bill of divorce at the
next session of the house of commoni.
Mn. Oliver eloped with the hired man
to Winnipeg.
Henry Beatty, manager of the Canadian steamships, interviewed Hon.
Mr. Langevin to-day and urged the
extension of tho Esquimalt graving
dook.'' Ho uyi it ii not large enough
for the first-class veuelt of tho Canadian Pacific cout steamship service.
WimtlFEO, Sept. 17.--The proposal,
made by the Hudson Bay Railroad
company to tho government have been
published. They uk that the aid remain u at present, and in that condition make alternate propositions. They
are to complete forty milei already
graded and to extend the line to the
narrow! of Lake Winnipeg. -
Kingston, Sept. 17.—Hon. H, C,
Joly hai been heartily complimented
on nil itirring appeil at the opening
of the fair to young men not to duert
the farm but to riae to iti responsibilities. Many farmen grupod the Que-
becer'i hand aaying, "you have done
ui a gnat benefit."
Mohteeil, Sept. 18.—Lieutenant-
Governor Royal arrived this morning
at Regina and joined hii family at
Vaudreiu".    .
QrjEBiq, Sept. 18.—Two young men,
Pope and Paridia, went out boating
Sunday aftornoon and have not lince
been heard of. It ii believed that
they have been drowned. The boat
wu found in the river thii morning,
but there i: no elue.
Ninety Icelanders for Manitoba,
landed hen by the Carthaginian, left
for Winnipeg thii afternoon.
•"mi Barkerrille.
(Oam.pond.M.ol IMCaWmsslM.)
Baiikeviele, B. C, Sopt. 12—
Thinking that your readers (miny of
whom no doubt are old Caribooitei)
might like to hear how thing, are going
in the mountain!, I lend you a few
itema. The eventi of the lut few
dayi have been auch u to itir tho
itocial inhabitant! out of their usual
apathy.
Judge Create and tomo prisoner,
and witnessei hiving arrived, the fall
istizoi were heard. During tho trial
of the only cue on the calender it appeared that Ah Moon, a Chinaman,
had been gambling with the deceased
Ah Wah, hod lubiequently followed
him to hii own cabin, had a atruggle
with the deceiaed (a much older mm,
and a quiet inoffemive character, who
peddled vegetable! and carried water
for a living), overcame him,.'tab-
bid him to death, out off hii head,
armi and lege, and Mt fire to the houu
to cover up hit villany, after having
taken the trunk out to the ohicken
houie. The chicken houte wot covered
with earth, and after the walli were
burnt the roof fell and covered and
preierved the body, to bo a silent but
potent nitnoaa againtt him. The trill,
which luted till put midnight, wu
conducted by Judge Creaie, with Mr.
Cumyou •■ interpreter, who performed
hii duty in an able manner, md Mr.
A tt in ton, from Weitmihster, u crown
proiocutor. The jury having deliberated about two houn, brought in a
verdict of guilty; the priioner wu
■entenoed, and the court adjourned at
about 3:30 a.m. The prisoner wu
looked up, but yeiterday ho managed
with the aid of hii belt to hang him-
self to the grating above the door of
hia cell. A coroner1! jury brought in
a verdict of suicide.
The government teit mill ii making
satisfactory progreu in tome respect,,
but the weather i, ao broken and rainy
at thia time of the year that it ii doubt
ful if Ihe brioki intended for the furnace can be got ready. Then are two
or three thouiind dollirt' worth now
hanging in the balance, with the
chancee ieemingly decidedly against
them being a lucoeu, although all that
oan be done i, being done to ensure the
outcome; but a week or ten days of the
booign countenance of Old Sol would
be moro effective than all the dovioes
that can be used to dry the bricks
ready for burning. The grading and
cribbing of the lito ii about finished
and the contract fur tho building it let
to Johnny Knott for iheium of (4,700;
so thst if all goes well the worki will
be in operation under the direction of
Mr. E. A. Martin, government asityer,
before winter.
DILLON  RELEASED.
Dublin, Sept. 10.—John Dillon wu
relessed to.duy from Dundalk jail.
He ii in f.ir health. A dimonitntion
in hii honor ii boing arranged in Dub
lin. Hii releaie from jail hu not my
connection whatever with proceeding!
of the Parnell oommiuinii. Owing
to the medical report of Dillion't health
the viceroy of Iroland hll granted
him in unconditional releate from Imprisonment, although hll full term did
not expire until the end of the yeir.
He arrived »t Dublin thii evening
.nd wu met by a hoat of friendi who
gave him ,,. very w«rm greeting.
Among thoi. who received him were
Messrs. William O'Brien, Thomu
Sexton, S. D. Sullivan, Peter McDonald and D. Kenny, memben of parliament. Dillon looked muoh thinner
and palor than usual and ii obviously
ill. . .
MAHKtasn.
THOMSON-McCALLUM.-On the 11th
Inst., lu tbe Rev. T. Scouler, Ed, J.
Thomson toC'larlsaa Abigail MoCallum,
both of Mount Lehman.
Wholesale Ollj Market.
per 100 lbs...
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A *.!
Beef,   '
Pork
Mutton
Potatoei
Cabbage
Onlona      »   .	
Wheat       '•        .........
Oali "'      ...........
Peu ai  ,      ,,„„..„.
Ear,      per ton  ....■„...
Butler (rofls) per »	
Oheeae, "	
Eggi,      perdoi.  	
Oordwood (retain pereord
Applet, per box	
letdn-'niper 100 lbs	
Wool, per ib......',.....-.. **!.."
,....* 5 HO a 6 60
  I oo i   ioo
,.....•00   i 100
  10 78
..... U 100
...... 109 ISO
.... IM 000
.... Hi IM
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.... 0 98     0»
...   oil.   ou
  0 881       40
   9 009 i00
.'.'.'.',' 4 009 100
   6 00(9 »00
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Wu. -MbywHdek,w,gav.f« Carters,
vrhudswu.Clu^ahaMaarCasttik,
Wtoa ah, beeatw Itlat, au dug te Cutvta,
vrsmiu»idcaiMria,aUgarat>s.Oiitwlt
One trial of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will convince you that It hu
no equal u a worm medicine. Buy a
bottle, and see if it doe. not please you.
W "*•
VY .. ev
... .. T. ft-REGULAR MEETTNO
VY . every Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'olook st th. V. c. T. D- Hemqn.rt.re
(over Cunningham A Raltli'.fttiopl,Douglas Bt. Loyal LealoU In the same place
every Friday afternoon. dau91te
AFTIET ' OHURCH,   Agnea Htreet,
~   -   -  --       Lord'. Day
Babb!th
.   Eut of   Mary Street,
. irvice. atlla. m. .nd 7 p.— 	
Behoof andBlble Clu. at 2:80 p. m.  All
lait! free; etraniera cordially weloomed.
-Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
H rETHonilT church, oddfellowi'
M New Hall. Rev. J.H.White, Putor.
Bervicea at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. m. Bunday
School and Bible olass 2:30 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.80p.m. Seats
free; strangere cordially Invited.
PAUL'S CHURCH. John Street,
 ... « ......   Ray. xhomu
      ...  .verySunday
at 11 a, ra. and 7 p. m.. Thuradoy evening!
«t 7:80 o'olook. Seata free; all .re cordially Invited. Sunday Sohool at 2:30 p.m.
_ - -    -         .  .uaau.naava,.,
*) Oppoalte Orange Hall, Rev. Thomu
Inddon, Putor. seryieea "
A
Hit ION LODGE Mo. V, A. F<
t% a. M—'She regular Communication! at th(t Lodge are
.    w    . held on It*- ant Monday In eaoh
month.  Bojouruln* brethren are cordially Invited to attend
.PETKR GRANT,
feiK-te Secretary-
Job printing of all kindi neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prioei will be
found u low u at any other office In
tha provinot.—Adv. ■ ■
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"I had Piles fifteen years. A $2 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment has about cared
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"I had Piles over ten years. Suffered
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's Pile Ointment, which gave Immediate relief, and.
I now consider myself cured." , ~
Thos. BckbbilevJ
Loco. Engineer.
"I had Piles iibont thirty years, Wu
often laid up with them, waa under
treatment throe monthi In hospital at ttt.
Paul, but nothing did me much good till
I got Dr. ChUdAMa ointment, which relieved mtf'iWiwSttfV^oritj pot cured ma
and two othormen."  ■ *•
J. H. CRUIKSKAKKa.
Painter.
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business thoroughly from nme of the finest Horologem in Englind, ud since then |
managed the watch-repairing department! of a few of the belt firmi on thi continent of America, ii. sufficient guarantee of good workminihip. ■ Formerly manager for Mirly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,  ••
.    HoWfBit,' Dec,, 1887.—Mr, F. Crake.—Andw. Robertion, Eiq„ Chairman'of
MontrelJ. Harbor Committionert, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did »
well forjn.e|jli you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you an not here to-day."
... dwapl?te
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY sWOTtS.-HotutiKci,frprn.8:30.to 11 o'clock.
AmEjooxjIlpa^oUotilfi*- >. *.' '■•"
EvenimJi, OBTo'oloci -     ■■-
er PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared »t any time during
the night by k competent chemist, who deep, on the premise,.   Ring the nigh,
bell. ...        -hi.
HEARING'S   DRUG   STORE,
Ow, Telegraph Office,
Colombia St., New Westminster.
dwocBte
•J-*-"
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
WHOLESALE * RETAIL DEALERS IN      . j
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with sll the Doctor, in the City. - Call on '
ui my time and we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays for the tale of Medicine only:—Mobkino, I to 10.30 o'clock)
Ariekook, 1 to 3; Evkniho, 8 to 9,
.„/      MTODIOAXj TfAtitXi, ;
... New WeuaUuler, B.C Marl Mesial ■Mel.
OUT THIS OUT AKD PASTE IT UP. dw.ulete
-*-
CENTRAL   GROCERY I
Holbrook Block, Oolumbia Street.        ,,
i
INCUIK HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDINO AND WANTS
J to lasaU hii old customer, mil lots of now one, aa he will »U them GROCERIES, CROCKERV, etc., cheaper than ever. All our Goods ire firtt-clu.
md ire being aold as low aa Inferior gridei.   Weitrlvenot to mitob, but to'ttcel,
Juit to hind—cir of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following brand.:
Salem-ratent Boiler (American): HnnKaVian, Strong; Baker* (Ogtl.
vWi)i Premier, Colnmbla BoUerlSpiilumeheenii ,
And if yon hav. not und the Britiih Columbia Flour do w.t once ud be convinced tilt It will make firit-eliii bread and nutry.	
dwauSMo
.E7.]W    IS"
*«a
Mm & Winter Drapery!
tmnzi: .—i—ir|i  in    'in	
WEjfifit NOW" OPENING OUT OUR FIRST dELIV-
''Cfjcs of New Goods for the coming season.' Amongst'
therhittirt* found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEW-
EST DESIGNS in
Black* Colored &  Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest (Shades in Ponge Silks and)
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
';"' Jt:l:fi ■!?.'       fancy Aprons.
Hotutjehold A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down'Quilts.
Waterprooft A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties, *c.
W. St O. WOLFENDEN,
dwieUte
OOLTTKBIA  BTItTOBT.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
| SS.    Ill    I   )   I I
Tbe OoLvatBlAa* Peintiro Establhheent hia Urst-olm ficllitie
all kindi ot (Mmn-rolal Printing.   Bill HmJt  Letter Hudl, Cf
Csfdi. Enwta***, Bltnk Fo-ini of .very description, teetirt, B~
PriN Ultaj, «c Trlbet will be found ai low ai at any otinr ofiee art
Jnt-olssi work ia <or*   ..j_.. .........
nitjeti ±a*i»hi-xzz---—-.'-< u^-^.--" .' ,"-'■   '' --•••'
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