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i-JoTernmont Printing ollli
Columbian.
I   Vi
VOLUME fi
NBW WESTMINSTEE, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1886.
NUMBER IIS
'  ft K. 0. BBOWKi
ji DENTIST.
P   Hoohs-B. Si 0., over Bank of British Co-
j       lumbla.
I'l Honils-9a.nl. to 6,90 p. m.     dwjljrjjto
pOBBOILD A HeCOIX,
BABRISTEBS,
30UCITOBS, ETTO.
omocs, Masonic Bulldlnjs.New Westmln-
sler, and Vanoouver, B.C.     JySldwto
. rn o. townlby,
BARBISTER, BOLIOITOB, AO.
.' Of the Province of Manitoba.
Armstrong Block,
daeltto Kew Westminster, B. 0.
m   0. ATKINHOK,
RARRISTER, SOLICITOR, 4c.
Omott-Mosoiito Budding,
dwfeiote New Weatmlnater, B. 0.
nr KonMah iioLB, *..«.,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
j   Land Agent
Money to Loan,
Clarkson Street,
seito New Westminster, B, 0.
-  pliOW * JIA01.URK,
(, ARCHITECTS.
I  omen-Room R,
0* Over Bank of B. a,
Columbia Street,
G.
W. GRANT,
architect;
Omen-Corner Mary and ClnrksonPStl,
dwfe2&te
-   -jl/TALLANDAlNB * SANSON,
H, ARCHITECTS.
tunes Bloek,       -       -       Hustings Ht.
'* VANCOUVER, B, C.
•      ilau80te
WILLIAM R. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
BUILDINO * LAND SURVEYOR,
"' SANITARY ENGINEER.
OVPIOB-New Masonic Block,
dwnplsto Westminster.
A "   M.'CAK. Soo. C. E.
-I     . I.DF.RT J. IIII.li,
i
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
OFFloa-New Masonlo Blook,
dwmbiste New Westminster.
w.
J. WALli*. A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
Bank Buildings, Mary St., New Westminster, B, C.
II Clare Road, Halifax, England,
davmyHto
•17 T ' mAVr>
AUCTIONEE R AND APPRAISER,
0   Colambla Street New Westminster
,   All commissions will receive prompt
and creful attention.   Best references
if given when required. inhlS-te
T. JULIAN PB4.CO0K,
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
Forrester Street,
Opp. Methodist Church.
1  RAND BROS.
.
>.
Hll. BSTATB I1R0KBKI,
Cnav.jrMae.r.. Ooll.etor.,
AX Imuran.. Agent.,
omeoa at VICTORIA! Fort Stmt,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Comer
MoKenile and Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTH for sale In all aoctlona
c i of Vanoouvor and New Westminster City,
FARM LANDS ol superior quality for
sale at Ohllllwlinck, Tort Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
ner's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tbo full-
Mt Information furnished at allourofflcesi
feSOlo 	
MAJOR & PEARSON
Seal Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Lift AiinocUtlon of
Toronto,
Hoyal and LaiienHlilrc Fire Iniur-
auee Vompaulcs.
iMLValuabto Lota tor salo lu the City
andDlHtrlot of Westminster; ami choice
Lots In tlio City ot Vanoouvor.   ,    .
Persons witting to buy or sell cllyor
rural properly should communicate with
ns.
Office*-: Hunk of B.C. building, opposite
pottoffico, Westminster, nml Hiwtln-*!- Ht.,
Vancouver. dwuplOte
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Lantf Agents & Surveyors.
PLAIN PREPARED. SURVEYS HADE
Large or Small Sums of Money Advanced
on Good Securities, at Reasonable
Rates of Interest.
Vanns Iter Sale on Fraser Blver. above
aad below Mew Westminster.
WILLIAMS BROS, are In constant com*
munloatlon with Intending settlers from
England and elsewhere, nnd have special
facilities for effecting sales.
Their charges are lower than any other
agents In the Provlnoe.
OFKICEH-Cornor of Granville and Cordova Streeta-and opposite C. P. It. Station,
VawcMTcr, B. C. diipUml
New Westminster Southern Ry
NORTHIRN TlRMIHUt.
TLTESaRS. W.J.WALKER A COMP'Y
Jl have lots for sale In the eity from
Also, Immediately adjoining tbe Oity
limits from f35 upwards; and a few remaining loti ut Sapperton at 1100 on vory
easy terms.
Also, Farming Lnnd In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the line uf railway; and Aero
Lots at Brownsville ln -ant-class situations
at profltabto rates.
Intending Investors aro Invited to oalt
Immediately, before prlcos nre advanced.
Tho advertisers oflfcr tholr services as
agents for Iho PURCHASERS of property,
and assueli will glvo the fullest Information and advice io their best ability, to
strangere and others, respecting any proposed Investment In   land, whether lu
,       their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
Book Buildings, Mary St, City. dw7ato
T.J.TflAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds ol the best makes: Cross-cut & Hsml-Saws,
ltarlll'll Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary I Icllslls for FarniUH-*
Pulley Blocks. Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain to all sizes; Pitch,
Tar £ Oiikiimi Tarred and Plain Paper lor Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints In all similes; Floor Paints ready to use; ('rllld
Stones) Wall Paper iu ill designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Luhrlcatlng Oil**, Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Speoial attention given to order, hy mall,
■T. T. nZRjb-JFF SO CO.,
dwjIySto Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Josh Billings says: "With all your getting, get knowledge.*' Solninon says, "Oet Understanding.*'
LEAVING YOU TO DECIDE WHICH YOU WOULD PRBPElt, WE WOULD
ADD THAT THERE AEE.PLENTY OP PLACES TO
•OBTAIN THBTOBMEn, BUT
GRANT & MACLURE'S
IS THE FLACE TO OBTAIN THE LATTER.
MIKA KUMTUX?
dwjo22lo
j. s. manson,
Merchant Tailor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
noldty
BON MARCHE
CLOTHING
Ivtteil'e Suits, extra good quality, from $8.50.
"Sro-u.t"n.'e Suits, from $5.00.
Boys' Suits, from $275.
A very line assortment of Hats, cSSC.
WALKER & SHADWEL1.V
dwnolOtc
NEW WESTMINSTER.
GLOBE HOUSE.
Millinery,
Millinery,
Millinery.
Latest -Paris Fasreiioxis.
duSto MRS. WM. RAE.
FAEMBES,
ATTENTION
5294 AGRE8
CHOICE   LAND!
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
•*•**!?* A competent man is now on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
tree of charge.
H.ANJD BROS.
dwoujlto
POWDER
Ah'-olutely Pore.
Thla powder never varies. A marvel ot
purity,'i.rctiL'thitnil wholegomerieSB, Mnrr>
economical titan the m-iii-miry k]!i<l*,,--,i ■
cannot lio nuIiI lu competition Willi tlio
i.iiililluilunf low lost, r-lmrt welulil. alum
<i''1>liuKii|iatu powders. Hold only In tinns.
IIovalBakinu 1'owdkk Co., 100 Wall HI,,
Now York. 8foIy
FOR SALE.
A LOT OF NEW, CLEAN TIMOTHY
Heoil,   Apply lo
WM. H. LADNER,
Ladner's Landing.
TO RENT.
A CANNERY AND SALTEItY situated
ti. on .Subdivision Lota 8 A (i ot Lot 14,
llockO.   Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dnoitc Land Agent.
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 7(1 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
cliluory, byEuatern m-ikoni,
Apply to
Messrs. bewicke a wulffsohn,
djafilo Vancouver, It. 0,
A Rare Chance for a Family I
FOR SALEM LEASE.
A   FARM   CONTAINING   550 ACRES
A Prairie Laud, 5 milea from Port
Moody, 8 milea from Westminister; communication Ly water, rail or wugon-ro.nl.
Can be purchased with or without atock.
Terma eaay.—Apply to
A, MoLEAN,
Pitt Meadows:
or to SHANNON A HALL
dwaulSto Vancouver.
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHUROH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Cliurcb.
Long Experience In the buslneaa,
 dSOJIyOtu
W. 0. LOYE,
Fasbioaable Boot *.. Shoe Hik
Specl-tlty.
•STOrdora promptly ottended to.
Clarkinn St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, noxt to Rand Bros,'offlce.  dnolto
Dress-Making!
Misses McFoUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
It" Satisfaction guaranteed.       daplstc
PASHIOBTABLH
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Latk ok England)
Corner of Churoh und Columbia Street*,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OT'Sntlsfiu-tloii guaranteed.    dwfeTte
fSEMEETON&CO,
MERCHANTS,
V?'IARP STHEET • YlCTOItlA.
AOBNIS   IOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON A CO.,
86 Flnshury Circui,.
London, K, C,
Winter Time Table!
str. "raTnbow"
LEAVEH VICTORIA FOR WESTMIN-
ator
Every IKondity & Friday.'
Leaves Westminster lor Viotoria
Every Thursday & Saturday,
At 7 A. It.
Loaves Westminster lor Vanoouvor and
Nanaimo,
Every Tuesday Horning
At 7 o'clock, returning the following day.
tr. J. MATHERS,
iiwuu,'.'lniD Agent.
SALE OF WORK
TO UK HEI.H AT
HERRING'S OPERA HOUSE
IN All) OP HOLY TRINITY BBI.I,
TOWKR KUND.
November 22nd and 23rd,
Cnmmoncltig nt 1 o'clock each Day.
Thurfldny Evening, at s o'clock:
KAIHIB VOICES, by tlie Children.
HIGHLAND FI.INO A flWOUD DANCE
by Mhs Miuullo I'll in-11'.-.ii n,
AdiiiiHNliiii, SAcenlHt
Friday Evening; i
AflllAND CONCERT IN COSTUME,
comitieiieiti-' nl So'oloclc. Atlnil-mlon,
litl'TiHt*,* ItoBcrvod Scats, 75 cents,
AFTERNOON TEA eneli day,/rom 4 to 6
o'olock-25 cciita,
wr Ueservi-d Scata for Conoort at H,
Moroy's Bookalore. dnoUtd
gailg British Columbian
Frlilar Evening. Jfov. 16, 18811.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
America says; Robert J. Bur-
dette declnres that, though ho writes
continually for tho Sunday papers,
he has not read one for four years.
He litis not suffered by this uegloct,
as nothing is more detrimental to
tho moral, niental, and spiritual improvement of the American people
thautho Sunday sheets, whioh poison
the mind with sensational tninh nnd
Btutitify the tnsto for yu ; re!, ..ig.
If there were not n Sunday ]K;ier
in the country, more than four iu'.:,'cs
in size, it would be n blessing to tho
American nalion. In England there
aro no Sunday papers, except professedly immoral sheets, whoso circulation in confined to the slums, but
tlio EngiiEli have the Spectator, the
At/icnaii.ii:V:n Saturday Review, the
St. Ja -i j's Gazette, and a score of
simllei i■vld'cations, which are elo
vnted in ■ roie and instructive in contents. Sunday papers, such as wo
have, n n Initio to civilization, and
if thoro'Voro tl law to forbid thoir
circulation, the country would bo
better oil".     	
Tlie Sackville incident has brought
forth from the instructive past a
number of similar episodes. Ono is
that William Henry Harrison, who
was appointed by Present Quincy
Adams to represent the United
States ln Columbia, was recalled on
tho ground of diplomatic indiscretion,
he having written a letter to Generul
Simon Bolivar, then at tho height
of his power, urging him not to
accept the offlce of dictator. The
peoplo at home were indignant at
Harrison's recall. They thought
then, ns many United States citizens
think now, that one of their ministers abroad can do as he pleases,
while a foreign minister at Washington may be brought to book for a
privato letter written in strict confidence. Tho Washington Slai"
wonders that this case of Harrison
was not referred to before, but wo do
not. The fact is that the notions of
treatment of friendly foreign nations
held by the United States government neod a thorough overhauling
and reconstruction.
The American Analyst thus sums
a baker's profits, or what a barrel of
flour is worth when made into bread.
A baker will toss a barrel of flour
into a trough. Then he tosses 104
pounds of water on top. A quantity
of yeast is added, and then the jolly
baker has 300 pounds of dough to
operate on.' The 300 pounds cost
him .*5. In short order tho dough
is turned into "twists," high loaves,
pan loaves, and other styles of tbe
same quantity. The oven's heat reduces the 300 pounds of dough to
200 pounds of bread. The baker
soils his bread at the rate of four
cents a pound, or at an advance of
over SO per cent ovor what it cost
him. Thero are 1,400 bakers, great
nnd small, in New York, and to them
is committed the trust nf supplying
bread for 1,300,000 persons. There
aro many bakers iu the city who
mako 1,300 loaves of bread per day
and sell it for from S50 to -vlcO, or
at a not profit )f $40. TjUtleraoney
is lost in the 1 isiness, und most
bakers do it cntli ti'aue. It is vory
seldom that bakers fail. The business is steady, reliable, and attended
by-a very few risks, unless incompetent workmen.
AMERICAN GOSSIP.
The Plumed Knight, it is Expected, Will Have a Seat in the
U. S. Cabinet.
Sau Francisco Pointers about Dr,
Griffin. Arrested for Threatening Mr. Dunsniuir's Life.
The Cliainbcrlaiu-Eudicot Nuptials
Celebrated Ycsterday--A Murderer Cheats the Rope.
An exchange snys : The failure
of the Nile flood this year has been
fa-lei:':.!, attributed to engineering
operation of tho Mahdi's successor.
It has '. :ii alleged that tho Soudan-
ese oiay have deflected thecourso of
tbo Albaro River, which usually
pours into tho Nile a great flood from
thi- Abyssinian mountains. But the
low Nilo Hood can be muoh more
reasonably accounted for, Tho rush
of water down tho Albara may bave
been less than usual, or the equatorial rains which supply tho Whito
Nile may have failed, liko the raiu
in some parts of India. Or several
of tho groat feeders nf the Nile may
havo been dammed back by growths
of weeds aud rushes. In 1863 th?
Whito Nile was thus obstructed.
Two years later Sir Samuel Daker
found n dam of vegetable growth
three-quarters of a mile wide and on
a level with the surrounding country.
In 1874 thiBwas out away by E;*yp
tian engineers. In 1878 many bars
across the equatorial rivers were
created by unusually high floods, and
communication between the uppor
and lower reaches of the Nile was
not restored till 1880. The presumption is that the floods of 1887 established bars that block the descent
of tho water of this year, just as the
flood of 1878 created dams that
made low water in 1879. The water
that should havo come down the
Nilo probably lies in great lakes over
the Hahrel-Gazel swamps. This
may account for the long lack of
nows from Stanley and Emin  Bey.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion ii caused by
the want of action in tho biliary ducts,
lois of vitality in tho stomach to secret
the gastric juices, withont which digestion cannot go on; also being tho principal cause of headache, Parmeleo's Vegetable Pills taken before going to bed,
for a while, never fail to give relief and
effect a euro. Mr. W. F. Ashdown. Ash-
down, Ont, writes: "Parmelee's Pills arc
taking tho lead against ton othor makes
which I havo in stock."
Tliu Manitoba legislature spent
Tuesday afteruunn hi discussing the
address iu reply to tho speech from tho
throne, Oolclcugh made the opening
speech and was followed by Greonway
Norquay and Sif ton.
MAINE WILL ACCKPT.
NewYo-ik, Nov. 15.—Tho Press
says this morning: News comes to
this city in semi-official way that Gen.
Harrison has determined to invite
Blaine to a seat in his cabinet and that
tho Maine statesman will accept.
TO    BE  IKCOIlPOltATEn.
Mostpelier, Vt., Nov. 15.—The
governor has approved tho bill incorporating the Nicaragua Maritime
Canal Company.
DEAD.
Nokwich, Conn.,Nov, 15.—Lorenzo
Blackston, millionaire  cotton  manufacturer, is dead, aged 60.
a ooon showing:.
San Fhancisco, Nov. 15.—T. K.
Stateler, local representative of the
Northern Pacific, has received from
Chas, S. Fee, general passenger agent
of that lino,a statement, just compiled,
which shows a phenomenal increase
in the earnings of the company this
year as contrasted with 1887. For
nine months, ended Sept, 30th, the
road made groas earnings of $12,1.00,-
340, while during the same period in
1887 it earned but 89,357, 525. Oct.
turning*, not included in this statement, show an increaso of 95-14,013
over the same of last yoar.
UNSETVLED VKT.
BnooiaYN, Nov. 15.—The car slriko
is still unsettled. The oompany this
morning attempted to run a few cars
when the striker.-} appeiu-cd in a body
and overturned trucks nnd nsh-l. .1 lols
on the rails, A stroi,'> budy of pulioe
dispersed, the mob. No avresl i were
made. Tbe company meanwhile i ust-
ponod running the errs. A rjptis
feared.
HA'NtmiJ.
Waterloo, N.Y., Nov. 15.- Dim-., j
Johnson win hanged horothis n < i ing j
for'murderlni,' Turnkey John W
un January jOth, '88, while, ntt .... j*
to break jail.   Johnson .,: d .:   ly,
protesting his iunbaenob,
btfAilUBIUAlN MAttltlBli.
Washington, Nov. 15. — Juseph
Cham herein, M.P, of Birmingham,
aud Mary Endicott, daughter of Endicott, secretary of war, were married in
St. John's Protestant Episcopalian
church, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Bev. W. A. Leonard, of Washington,
assisted by Rev. J. B. Franks, of Salem, Mass., officiated. Despite the
bad weather the church was crowded.
Among those present wero Mr. and
Mra. Cleveland, members of the cabinet, and thoir families and many officers of tho army and navy, and Justices Lamar and Gray of tho supremo
court.
A DENIAL.
New YofvK, Nov. 15.—Herr Most
denies that tbe anarchists contemplate
a rising nil over the world on the 14th
otjnext July, as stated by Inspector
Bonfield, of Chicago.
CUBATED TUB GALLOWS.
Los Angblbs, Cain.. Nov. 15.—It
is stated this morning that Frietz An-
chain?, murderer oi tho Hitchcock
couple, who was tn have been hanged
to-morrow and who suicided in his
cell early this morning, obtained the
poison by use of which he cheated the
gallows from a cell mate named Wolff
who is nlso charged with murdor.
Wolff became very intimate with Ans*
chains while in the celt with him, and
as ho is a druggist by profession nnd
Auscbalag had u little money at the
time, there appears to be no doubt
that he sold the poison to him. All
day yosterdnyAusohalag professed to be
resigned to his fate aud declared to
the jailetH that he hud given up all
hope and would die like a man. He
completely deceived tho jailers and
nono of thorn had nny suspicion that
he would attempt suicide. He seemed
to take the greatest interest in the
preparations for his hunting and wns
eager to make a good appoarance on
the scnJold.
GRiri-'IN'H ANl'UOBDBNTS.
Ban Fbanoisco, Nov. 1.1. — Dr. G.
Hamilton Griffin, who is being tried in
Victoria for alleged threats against the
life of Hon. Rout. Punsmiiir, hai a very
unsavory record, lie came from Eng*
land and bis first opcr-itions wore iu
London, Out. lie buii-'lit u hotel nu
time, sold out nud pocketed thoproooods.
Ho was arrc-.tod three times fnr various
swindles and served si** months iu jail.
In San Francisco he pro..ii'!ed to be
agent for a milway. guide and collected
money for adyerpseuipnt* which novel*
appealed. In Los Angjlcs lie was accused of selling, property thnt was not
placed iu his lin nil =, ami oVon of Inducing
eastern touris'3 to buy lots whioh existed
only on his bSghimaps. His embtiizle-
monts footed up to a laigosuinsnd he
was r rested finally on complaint of
some of his victim'*. He. gave br.il
then left this place and hiswlisroab its
remained a mystot f until hi* aires i.i
Victoria.
O.   1\ R.   EXTENSION.
Nbw York, Nov, 18.—The Star is
an authority fur tho state men.} lira
morning Emit iheC, P. B, Co. cab
in£ tho construction ot its Una westward from London, Out., toward Ko-
moka with, it is believed, the ultimata
intention of entering Detroit. Sloan-
time it is surmised that tho Oanadian
Pacific may ultimately buy tho Grand
Trunk lino from Koiuoka to  Detroit.
A FOOL AMI A TlSTOL.
Watbrloo, la., Nov. 16.- At Haw-
veyville lust night Stephen Franks
shot hii fiance, Miss Carrie Love, be*
oauso she refused to consent to a
speedy marriage. Franks then shot
hiinsolf. Both are soriously, though,
it is believed not fatally wounded.
A   niSHONOBRO GRAVE.
Annvillb, Pa., Nov. 10.—The body
of tho murderer Showers, who wai
hanged at Lebanon for killing his two
grandchildren, was brought into town
fate last night and immediately taken
to the grave, followed by a jooriu-*
mob of old neighbors, and buried by
tho light of a lantern by the side of hia
victims. Thero wero no mourners and
no ceremonies, and tho crowd threw
stons at tho coftin.
CAU STRIKE ENDED.
New Yobk, Nov. 1ft—The strike on
the Brooklyn street car lines was declared at an ond at 1 o'clock this morning. It is said that both Bides have
made concessions.
ALEXANDER  ACQUITTED,
San Diego, Oal., Nov. 10 —Tho second trial of J. E. Alexander, book-
kcepor, who shot and killed Louis S.
Cravens, Marcl*. Oth last, during a quarrel, resulted in Alexander's acquittal
lust night.
SUIH'INa NOTES.
San Fbanoisco, Nov 10.—Sailed; ship
Levi ft. Burgess, Seattle; steamers Ajax,
Coo- 13ay; Walla Walla, Victoria. Tho
following are the passengers in the
Walla Walla for Victoria: Miss M Gale,
J McKay and wife, C E Itedfeni, Miss
M Smith, J Golden, wife and daughter,
A Barnes, Mrs 11C Wihrtot, and O 11
Goodwin,
territorial system to ub wound dp.
San Francisco, Nov. 10.—Tho Examiner, democratic, m an editorial
this morning headed "Let them come
in" says: "One of the duties that con*
gr«s cafinot put ofl'mnch longer is admission of most of the remaining territories as states. The matter has beon
treated from a political point of view
too long. It is simply a question of
justice, and no other consideration
should have any weight, B is timo to
consider whethor wo may not at onco
got rid of almost our wholo territorial
system. Washington, Dakota, Montana, Now Moxico, Arizona, Wyoming
and Idaho have nt least 100.000 inhabitants encli and thoy haye resources
which mako it certain that they will
never bo rotten boroughs.
TUB
PERUVIAN
API
All*.
Washington,  Nov
10
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Seci'otnrv of
3tate Riv
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department!
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lllgj May, i
Chicag .:
-'j; 1G
-l  iitoady;
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Mi
;, 1U".
EUROPEAN NEWS.
Lady Mouutiflorrla Gives Evidence
Before the Parnell Commission, and Faints.
A Gale in Glasgow Demolishes the
Borne of the Exposition
Building.
John Bright  Recovering ■■ Duke
Maxmillian, of Bavaria, Dies
of Apoplexy.
A REJ{Jjj o:. T-*.Mrii
Oza'ik. ! [u., Nov. I: —Lynching of
»t Dave Walker,
t ie i »  -      i     Baid  Knobbers yes*
t- vC       ' ted a roign of terror
throughout; ho country. Sheriff
Williams bus gone to the sceuo of the
murders with a large posse of men, nnd
says ho will hunt down the perpetrators of tlie deed, if it is possible.
GALES   AND  WRECKS.
London, Nov. 10.-Violent gales
nre reported along the west const of
Great Britain. Numerous wrecks have
occurred.
LATE DESPATCHES,
"'talk of wak.
Paris, Nov. 10.—In reply to a criti-
eism upon war bulletins in the chamber
of deputies to-day, M. Frcycinot insisted
that all hopes of helping it wero iu vain.
Even necessary preparations for war required exceptional effort in order to insure the defence of the country, A great
nation must maintain its honor. [Cheers.]
Nobody was surprised that France desires to secure hor independence in the
face of all Europe
M. Freycinot s remarks were greatly
applauded.
ductal tbeatmest of tub g. o. M.
London, Nov. 10.—Mr. and Mrs.
Gladstone made a journey from Birmingham to Wolverhampton iu a carriage
drawn by four horses. They were
heartily cheered along tbe route. On arriving at Wolverhampton, Gladstone proceeded to the drill hall, where lie received
a number of addresses. In replying he
was repeatedly interrupted, the disorder
finally culminating in on uproar that
compelled him to abruptly close his re*
marks. Great confusion followed, the
crowd making a rush and demolishing
the benches that separated tho members
of the press from the public. Stewards
guarded the private door by which Glad*
•.Lone left the hall. The ex premier proceeded to the railway station, the platform of which was closely guarded, anil
started for Oxford, At Snowhill the
crowd that had gathered groaned and
hooted. At Lomington the former mayor
of the town welcomed Gladstone aud his
wife nml presented Mra, Gladstone with
a bouquet. At Banbury be received a
similar welcome. At Oxford the crowd,
which was composed latgely of undergraduates, groaned ond hooted stGlftd*
stono as he was driven to the residence
of the warden.
CoNSTANTDforii ;
.    .11       Xl
otia-
ttons for a  1 ■   o
.    mn Vine
rican
treaty ha, *
■    nd
tbo
mitl il to :'   ' dte
*. HOME DEUOU.HED.
Guimow, Nov. 10.—During . hurricane htmi the dome of the oxpoiition
building ivnadeiuolishcd and the ladiel'
industrial department completely
wrecked.
rsiuai THE CHIMES ACT.
Lokdom, Nov. 10.— Edwud Harrington, M. P., for West Kerry, hu been
summoned lor Inciting to boycotting and
will be tried Nov. 26V
flOrPOSEDTO have foundered.
Bomiut, Nov. 1C—Tho Vaitairna, a
coasting vessel from Cutch, bound for
this port, is long overdue and bat not
been heard from since she sailed. Slio
had nine hundred native passengers ou
board. It is feared the fillip foundered
in the recent hurricane aud all on board
were lost.
JOHN BRIGHT 11ETTER.
I-okdok, Nov. 16.—John Bright is
slightly better to-day. Tho congestion
has decreased and tho temperature is
normal,
MAXMILLIAN DEAD.
Music!!, Nov. 15,—Duke Muimil-
lian of Bavaria, died of apoplexy tged
80 years.
' l'HE OEKEAL.
LivEiirooL, Nov. 10.—Wheat quiet,
''oniiind poor.   Oal.. 8s. lid.
1'AK.VEU. COMMISSION.
London, Nov. 10.—In the Parnell
p. iiiinission to-day Lady Moimtmorru,
whose husband was murdered at Clonbar,
County Galway, In lSSCtcstlded that a
fiiondiy feeling existed between her hut.
band and tho tenants ou the Ebor Hall
estates at Clonbar until the land leaguo
began to hold meetings there. In July
1880 her husband obtained a writ of
ejectment against a tenant, and the fol*
lowing September, while the witneu was
iu Scotland, her husband was shot. She
went to Ireland to attend the funeral,
she hoard tli: men refused to assist In
putting the coffin in the hoarse. The
M-itncss left Ebor Hall in October.
While on her war !;o tho Bteamer the
people laughed at ber «nd stones were
I'riwiatlureighl- yem- old son. Her
I •ihe.-a received :!ireateuing notice,
o ly ;-ftri-tl'i' league meetings bad beon
h.iil. Sir Chinks '.lusaell was proceed-
in.': to ciaits-cxiuuine Lmly Alountuiorril
when the Mnlcd. Sir Chariot thereupon avor.Ul not proceed any further tn
the ernss-cxniiiinution.
P.::v. Y<>: i, Ni v. i 1. '. V.'ashing-
totiditpatcli ly's: Pi ...ulerstnod
that i"'';: V hitolait I!'1' and Murnt
Hidatiead ;,■' candidal! for foreign
minions. Mr, Reid h s long aspired
to ri ;•!■■' oi t ths United States at tho
court        . J ...Mr. Halstoad
ivnii'.i i        i .   rmony.
: :  " ; V      IRMAN'a Ol'ISION,
Washington, Nov. 11.—Senator Gorman ..tatca that in his talk with tho
president yesterday he told the latter
that no explanation could hide the real
reason of his defeat.    Tho republican
fiarty bad won a fair victory. Ho
rankly told tho president that his
tariff reform and civil service reform
schemes had beaten tho democratic
party. ■
Work on tho Portage extension railway has boon suspended by tho government, owing to tho opposition of tho
Oanadian Pacific Railway. Attornoy-
Oonoral Martin loft for Ottawa to argue
tho crossing case beforo tho supreme
court.
Tho contract for tho construction of
Snnlt Stc. Mario canal has beon
awarded to Hugh Itynu .v. Bro., of
Toronto and Brookvillo, the prico being 81,200,000. M. J, Hnney & Co.
nro connected with llyiui in the contract.
■   LATE OANADIAN NEWS.
. 'jl'ii ln'.rt, (Prand Vruok ongineer,
wr.s crashed to .loiitli Tl.urtic'ay,
_'P. I irhc, foincrlyr. merchant of
a.i..^dou, has iuviwiid^l leaving; tetaj
creditors.
T.i Evening Times. London, Ont.,
I: .a: ispcided publication offer thn.
mop'.h'r, existence.
My through passengers arrived by
Tuesdays Irain from St. P.ul for
Pacific Const pointi.
Colonel J. M. Gibson, of Hamilton,
will be provincial lecretary of th. reconstructed Ontario cabinet.
Tho winter mail tervice to Halifax
commences with the Polyneiian, whioh
ia due from Liverpool on Saturday.
The Brandon assizes opened Tuesday.
Thero are two murder cam on th. doc-
kot. It is thought Webb, who killed
hia wife, will swing.
Tho Dominion government tro
urged to abolith tho grinding of wheat
in bond in view of the largo production
in the weit of Into yean.
Lord Stanley, replying to French
Canadian addreu, complimented them
on their loyalty to the throne of Great
Britain.aiiitraitedCanada'.inititntioDi
with thoso of tho Statei, and urged the
peoplo tu pay no attention to the annexation cries now boing raited.
Tlie royal communion to investigate
the chargei mado against Premier
Greonwayhupraotioallyfallenthrough,
the newspaper decliuing to give evidence unless tho scope of tho commission will bo onlarged. Judge Killam
said he would report that tho chargei
had not beon proven.
The annual lulnidy of Bfty thoutand
dollars hold by tho Bottioro lino for
Ivado with France is cancelled for
breach of contract. Intteud of nourlth-
ing the French trade, the company havo
been scouring all ovor Europe for
froighli ond cutting rates fifty per oent.
below tho unsubiidized lines.
Tlio Winnipeg oity market wat del-
i yod by firo at 5 o'olook thit morn-
Tho building and content, will
a total lost of (20,000, partially in-
eured; All th. botcher, who lud
•tall, in tho MMIng Ion everything.
Superintendent Mnrihall and family
had a narrow escape for their lire..
It is understood that the Ontario
cabinet will shortly bo reoomtructajd.
It n now definitely known that Mr.
Pardeo will never again take hit teat
nnii'iitst the ministers. It i. understood all hopes of hit recovery hav.
boon given up and hit death may occur'
at any momont, to icriout it hit eon-
dition said to be.
cnirro-e. Arte, *____,
'  ,-. ■    S-fffn Day
■', 1:.; v.' »• ™. All
y we'i-outd.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCostorla
^l'-'^P^-j^__»m
■ ■    :;.  i. '-■ ■-• t,cv. Thorn..
VV . evoiy ^mnr^ii7Tl^Soo«al
o'cloelt <>i iho W. C. T, V-HoMtaiiMSM
Douglai fttlpjreX lotion tatfieliSi
Since every Prlnr afttrnoon. MbsTJab.
UNNiNoHAM.Pretment; Miss DiBtOK,
fjDnr*nlitt>v. ^ -A.,nia-  '
Secretary.
dauaito
ft     VniOR LODOB So, », A. Wi
<^/\* A a* Bit—The regular Oom*
SLA munlcatlonn or thli Lodge an
/ ▼ \ hoUl on the fli at Monday in sack
month. Sojourning brethren en oordln-
lyluvlted to attend
PETRR ORAMT,
ieS3-te Bventary.
zn THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
PUBMBHBD
Every Afttracwi except Sundny*
BY THK
x_MJiiXT_ax>'sr    beothees,
At thi Ir Sli'jmi    Prliilinj* Establishment, Columbt't Street.
!IV    MAIL:
(for 1-J tiK.nl ti* 99 00
Kor tf nths 4 26
Por & tn'inilio 2 Z,
imUVEKI'l) IN TUB OITY:
For 12 m-.titlis lift 00
For ii iiu.nil!--.    -ia>
l'*r 1      !X)
Pt*r Mft«-a      26
1'mj iim'hi Iii all cii-ii-M (e.'tcopt for weekly
rate) In i-e niwlc In iicJ-.-uuf-o,
TrIE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Imiurd every Wednf-Milaj Morning.
Iwllvered In tbo City, per year U't.OO
Mulled, m-ryeiir 2.00
Mailed, il months 1,25
gitilB §ritisli Columbian
I'liUity Kvcnlic ttoV, III, IHH8.
From reports of several miners
who camo dowti on tho Idaho on her
last trip, says tiio West Shore for
October, it would seem that it is a
waste of time uud energy for
miners logo to the Yukon pincers.
These miners, the first to return this
seasou, report mining on Forty
Mile Oreek us fair, though tunny
places ure worked out, The most
paid yet by any one claim in the
Yukon region wns on Hamilton
bur, where.?!,200 wore taken out
by sluicing in three days running,
night and day shift. Many miners
havo made nothing. Wages were
$8 to $10 per day, Hour $17 per
barrel, and beans and bacon thirty
cent*) per pound. A reported strike
on Beaver Creek drew many old
hands from Forty Mile Oreok, and
about seventy-five new arrivals, wbo,
however, were disappointed. Gold
oxisted on the creek, but not in paying quantities. About a hundred
of theso miners went down to Saint
Michael's, hoping to secure passage
by the revenue steamers or whaling
vessels to San Francisco, Very
few men are mining on Stewart
river, and they with poor results.
About a hundred men will winter
on Forty Milo Oreek, Three men
died on the creek last winter of
Bcurvey. Two men were drowned
in the White Horse canyon, Yukon
river, during the spring. An Indian
killed a white prospector at a point
far down the river, and white
miners on tlio way to St, Michael's
stopped at tho village, demanded a
young Indian, and after being
assured of his guilt, hanged him.
The Indians, as a general thing, aro
peaceable. It would seem that the
results of the brief season in that
region, even to the lucky few, do
not compensate for the hardships
and expense, while the great majority of miners there havo nothing
whatever to show for their season's
work.
Tlie marriage of Mr, Joseph
Chamberlain and Miss Mary Endicott, which took place yesterday at
Washington, D. 0., has called tlie
attention of tho English press to
the fact that the American girls
are waltzing oil' with all the British
lords and other first-class oligibles
right before the eyes of tho homebred Saxon beauties. If one is to
judge by the expressions of the
' press, the English people ure beginning to view this state of things
with alarm and a measure of indignation. It is alleged that the English girl is the better article of the
two, but that the fair American,
having more of an eye to business,
succeeds in capturing British
masculinity, titles and estates
(more or less encumbered, often,
but still desirable), while the rightful sharers of these things, like the
"last rose of summer," are "left
blooming alono." One thing that
ought to reconcile the people of
England somewhat to these foreign
alliances is that in the majority of
cases, instead of British gold being
depleted thereby, it is just the reverse, ond estate-* that have been
ruined by one cause or another arc
quickly rehabilitated through the
magic agency of the American dollar, which tbo fair alien pours in
overflowing measure into her husband's coffers. The aristocratic
stock, it is true, may bo slightly
watered by tbe infusion of republican blood ; but, then, a bankrupt
aristocracy must sooner or later degenerate (1) into a state of having
to work for a living, and, of tho two
evils, un American wife with lots of
greenbacks is doubtless considered
the least To a disinterested observer, this phase of international
•reciprocity — which has assumed
almost the dimensions of a craze,
and flourishes in spite of presidential
campaigns, fishery disputes, and retaliation messages — promises, in
time, to lmve it very marked effect
upon the political and commercial,
as well as the social relations of the
two countries. History furnishes
instances of national barriers broken
down by the insiduous, but none
the less potent, agency of intermarriages, It may be that tbe
great question which engages some
lofty minds, n united Anglo-Saxon-
dom, is to bo solved, to a great extent, in this way.
session of parliament threatened
the most disastrous consequences to
tho book, printing and publishing
interests of Canada. After its
adoption every British copyright
book would be copyright in Canada,
without requiring manufacture in
Canada (as is required by the present
law) in order to sooure Canadian
copyright. This of itself was felt to
bo a most serious menace to the
printing and publishing interests of
the Dominion, but in nddition to
this the bill excludes all foreign reprints of British copyright books,
throwing tho Canadian market entirely into tho hands of British publishers and printers. Tliis is where
the book trade and the publio are
deeply interested, as it is well known
that tbe best and most popular
books aro issued in England nt a
very high price at first, nnd it is
months, and in some caso3 years,
before they aro issued in cheap
editions for tho peoplo. Haggards
books afford a good illustration of
this. Many thousands of copies of
"Sho" and "King Solomon's Mines."
have been -sold in Canada simply
because we have been able to buy
the cheap 25 cent American
editions. And yet tho cheapest
English edition of these books today ia six shillings sterling, a figure
utterly beyond the pockets
of tho Canadian, people. Section 1 of the draft bill provides
that no Canadian copyright elmll
bo issued to American authors until
suoh time as tho United States
government onterf* into an international copyright treaty with
Great Britain and Canada. Any
person domiciled in Canada or in
any part of tho British possessions,
or any citizen of any country whioh
has an international copyright treaty
with the United Kingdom, who is
the author of any book, map, chart,
musical composition, or of ajvy
original painting, drawing, statue,
photograph, etc., shall have the sole
and exclusive right, and his legal
representatives also, of producing
and vending such literary, scientific
or artistic works in Canada for the
term of twenty-eight years from tho
timo of recording the copyright.
Other sections provide that the
work must bo printed and published
in Canada within two months after
its first publication elsewhere; that
any work intended to be copyrighted
in Canada shall,, simultaneously with
its first publication elsewhere, be
registered in the offico of tho Dominion minister of agriculture, and that,
should the person or persons entitled
to a copyright fail to take advantage
of the act, any person domiciled in
Canada may print and publish tho
work in question (not exclusively,
however), upon registering his intention with tho minister of agriculture, and agreeing to pay the
author or his legal representatives a
royalty of ten per cent, on the retail
prico of each copy sold. Matters of
detail aro treated of in other sections. Having a strong conviction
that I hey aro working in tlie interests of manufacturing industries
of the Dominion, in which over tivo
millions of dollars capital aro invested, and boing assured that the
author is being fully protected, the
promoters of the bill have no doubt
but thnt the government will seo
that justice to homo industries necessitates the adoption of the suggestions of the association.
Tub Thin Cannot Gain is Wjuqiu.
if they arc troubled with dyspepsia, bo*
cause tho food is not converted into the
duo proportion of nourishing blood which
alone cm furnish the elements of flesh,
lint there is no reason, when this wearing, attenuating disease is conquered by
Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable Discovery, why there should not be an appreciable gain in weight, which indeed is
usually tho case. It is a peerless remedy
nlso for Constipation, Liver Complaint,
Kidney troubles, and roots out all impurities from tho blood.
Meteorologlm! lte-mrl for Wi-cit KiiiHiik
Nov. Killi, ihss.
MAX.   MIN.
. -12.0      11.0
85,0
RAIN,
0.iil
(1.11
Runilnv......	
Monday -jj.o
Tuesday  *7.n
Wednesday .io.ii     -im     0.2.1
Ehnrsdny fii.o    -11.0      0.10
I' I'ldny 52 0     43.1)
Kntunl'iy   I"l       ||n        0.H1
Cloudy and milil.
A. PKKi.B,Oapt'n,
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castori
BAPTIST   CIU'IU-II,
East of  Mary fltrc
Agne.i Htreet,
     Lord's l)uv
n.-.'vj.'fsiit 11 a. 111. and 7 p.m. Hut-but li
School iindlllblo Class at 2:30 p. 111. All
t.i'.isfrfii; Htninum-s ennllnlly welcomed.
-Rev. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Oddfellows'
New Unit. Rev. j. ii. White, Pastor.
•ices at 11 ti. m, and 7 p.m. Sunday
Hdionl nml Ulhle Clnss 2:30 p. in. I'myor
Mii'MiiK on Thursdays nl. 7.30-ji.m. Heats
free; strangers cordially Invited.
QT. PAUL**! UHUKf'H. John Htreet,
r) Opposite Orange Hail. Rev. Thomas
Hnaaon, Pastor. Nervines every Sunday
at II11. m, nnd 7 p. in, Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock, flouts free; nil nro cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. m.
-fir C. T. U.-REOUI-AU MEETING
VY , every Wednesday afternoon at it
o'clock nt tho W. 0. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St.   Loyal Legion In the mme
Blnco every Friday afternoon.   Mns. Jas.
UNNlNfiiiAM, President; Miss DkIIkck,
Secretary. duu2lto
A UNION LODGE No, 0, A, F,
* A< At..-The regular Communications of this Lodge are
held on the flnt Monday I n each
month. Sojourning brethren nre cordlni*
ly Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
'e23-to Secretary,
The Canadian Copyright Association, comprising booksellers, publishers, authors, printers, manufacturers, and others interested in
book aad periodical producing of all
kinds, met at the Board of Trade
rooms, Toronto, about the middle of
lut month, and after a full discussion of- the subject prepared a
draft for a now Dominion copyright
aot 'governing the reprinting in
Canada of imperial copyright works,
the productions of British subjects,
or of the subjects of those eountries
that have- an international copyright with Great Britain, ln opening tho meeting, the chairman, Mr.
J. Ross Robertson, president of the
association, reviewed the situation. b0.,,.,- Kyia-V, v
showing that the Berne bill, whioh vice Bylaw, isb&v
had been introduced at the last    unoift™    '
A WELL-ESTABLISHED AND TUG*
paying General Mere hand Iso Business In one of iho nnest agricultural set-
tlements In BrltlBb Colunihln for sale.
Terms easy, nnd a suitable customer will
be trented liberally, Best business clinneo
In British Columbia. Apply to
„    . MAJOR A PEAHSON,
Real Eslalo, Insurance   nnd Financial
Agents,Westminster,B.C.  (IwooSSUo
MUNIM NOTICE.
Corporation of tho City of New
Wcsl minster, II. C.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the ofllco 0/ the City Clerk up to noon
on the 10th day of December, 1888, for the
whole or part of the
Constipation
Is a universal and most troublesome disorder. It causes Headache, Mental .Depression, Impairs tho Sight and Hearing,
destroys tlie Appetite, and, when long
continued, causes Enlargement of the
Liver, Inflammation of tho Bowels, and
Files. Constipation is speedily cured
by Ayer's Pills.
For a number of months I was
troubled with Costivencss, in consequence of whioh I suffered from Loss of
Appetite, Dyspepsia, and a disordered
liver. My eyes also troubled me. I was
compelled to wear a shade over them,
and, at times, was unablo to bear exposure to the light.  I was entirely
CURED BY USING
threo boxes of Ayer's Pills. I have no
hesitation in pronouncing this medicine
to be the best cathartic over mode. —
James Eccles, Poland, Ohio.
I suffered from Constipation, and, con*,
sequently, from Headache, Indigestion,
and Piles, for years. Ayor's Pills, which
I took at tho suggestion of a friend, have
given me effectual relief. I commenced
taking this remedy two months ago, and
am now freo from Constipation, the removal of whioh lias caused my other
troublos to disappear, and greatly lm*,
proved my general health. — w. Keeler,
Amherst, Mass.
I suffered from Constipation, which
assumed such an obstinate form that I
feared a stoppage of tho bowels. Two
boxes of Ayor's Pills cured mo, com*.
plotely.—D. Burko, Saco, Mo.        tt
Ayer's Pills,"
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell.Mtas.
Bold by all Druggists und Dealers In Medicine,
High School Entrance
Examination.
11HE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of applicants fol-entrance to a High
Ki'liool will (-011111101100 in the Central
School, New Westml lister, ou
Monday, November 26th,
At0:30 a.m.
Candidates must be punctual,
ft. D. POPE,
ilnoTiil       Superintendent of Education.
_W TIR T-Z* -m
LAIDLAW & CO.'S
O-A-N-N-E-D
PLUMS
A PERFECT TREAT.
TO I1K  HAD AT
C.    McDoiiougli's,
Welch, Rithet & Co.,
dtl02m2 AGENTS, VICTORIA.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO	
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
I'litiuiililu Hired,      Sevr Wculmlnalcr.
nolihvly
C. E. WOODS
Land Survetoh.
A. G. GAMBLE,
Norm Public.
litasr&Mlfi
LAND SURVEYORS,
fj lUflttl tbUWS* 1
AND CONVEYANCERS.
J*i-a-*EJ±T*rQ  FOB
FIRE.—The Western of Toronlo.Tho Mi"
mi, The CUy of Loudon, ami The Hartford.
LIFE,—The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDBNT-Tho Travellers' of Hartford
linnet Surveying In all Its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Sntmrlinii Lands for Snle.
Wo oan show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lntuli, Improved and unimproved, throutfliout tho district.
Telki'honi- Call No. 03.
P. O. DltAWRR W.
WOODS* TVKXKIUGAMBIiK.
OF-IOf, ELLARD'S BLOCK,    -    COLUMIIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dm hii to
ClearingOut
SALES
—or—
STOVES
 AKI)	
RANGES
Wm. A. Sashwood-Jones
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJesltV
PORT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And IIAUDH.*.' .STOCK on hand In grent
variety.
Everything tlrst-olass and furnished in
£0(1(1 Minp'.'.
im,,Sethi 16 eta. for valuable 80-pnge Do*
mit'llvi' CutiiloL'iin wlih ll lidiutlfiil eol-
oicil platea. 1-rleo Lists sent free.
G. W. IIKNKY,
dwdollile fori Hnininoud, 1). C.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OP
tho '*?Temperance House," fronting
on Columbia mul Church Streets,opposite
tlio Eplr-copnl Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS' HOMEI
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rules:
Board per day (100
" ;   "  weok  a w
Slm-le Meals     25
Beds     25
ns.Good accommodation for Ladles and
families. myOte
Flowers for sale
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER,
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden anil Metallo lliir-
Inl Casketi, Funeral* oondneteil,
A full line of Collin Trimmings always on
hand, l'artlos nta distance supplied ul
shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed In every particular.
dwoclto
Columbia St. New West.
Contract Refused
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OP MY MATTRESSES
Mouth *■* Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts,
N. B.—A first-class Upholsterer employed.
dandle       P. PEEBLES.
To Tenants!
WHYDOYOUPAYRENTT
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE HAVE POR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Located, at Low Price nnd
Easy Terms.
 ALSO	
Excellent BUILDM LOTS
In Heat Locality, on Easy Turing.
TO I1B OI'I'lillKII FOR ONLY A I'BW
I1AY8.   I'.M.L KAULYAXDIICT
aoon .sKi.ECTfox.
,„„,«ii. RAND BROS.
to bo Issued pursuant to "Thn Workshops
"  n..i.....  <"■■?/'and "TlieFerrySer-
J. A. ROBINSON,
O.M.C.
TN ORDER TO MARK DIFFERENT
A arrangements in this Department of
my Business, I havo concluded to sell
out my present stock at and under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity is now givon to por-
ions in want ot FIIIST-CLASS STOVES
lo got thorn at LESS THAN TORONTO
RETAIL PRICES.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
Now Woat,, Oot, 10,1888.      doolOyl
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And trnntnot all Bualnon relating to
RoalEaUte.
— AGENTS FOB—   '
Loudon Aimranco Corporation.
Connecticut Firo Iniirmco Co. of
H-ftforil.
London and Lnncashlro life Aimranco Co,
Canton Insurance once. Ld, (Marino)
OFFlOESl
Columbia St., New Weat'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwitHyl'
Our Stock of Machinery is the most complete in British Columbia.
MILL, MINING, CANNING
AND AGRICULTURAL.
It will nay vou to call and inspect the goods
and get prices.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO., Front St., Westminster
NOTICE.
Canada Life Assurance Co,
PARTIES INSURED IN THK AUOVE
Company, whoso Premiums nre pay-
ablo ntEnslern points,enn liavo tlio place
of payment thorUol enanged to Hits city,
free of clinrcf*. hy flpplj-lnii to the undersigned.
ei-r Ills';*, (alii'ii fn Mils IrtKlInKCnuii'
tllnii Company at most fnvorublc rules.
HENRY V. EI'MONDS,
dje28le Ac.K-NT.
Dominion Lands.
TF YOU ARE FAY1XQ FOR YOUR
I P'o-oiiipilonor torrent of Mlnin-jor
•grazing Land, or buying-Farm, Mining
or any lnnd /rom the Dominion Govern
ment,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay in SOaXtXrE* and Rave a
largo -li-'coum.
Serin can be obtained lu large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
B___*t___r___,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
oil FHOM
THK BASK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTEB.
ilwiniiGtfl
GunsHJuns!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Itclondiiig Tools*
Fishing Tackle.
ALL KINDS OF SPOUTING GOODS.
BEAR, BEAVER AHD All OTHER TRAP8.
A SPECIALTY.
A fine lino of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods, Ac.
1KB* Tho luiiri'st nssi.rtini'iit of Single
nnd Don hi p, llrcerb and Muzzlc-Iuadliig
8HOT-0UNR In tho province, from So up
to $100. W. W. Groenor Guns.
S, II. WEBB,
AUCTIONKICIl A Al'lMlAIi-Etl.
New Westminstor, R. O,      dwsai0m8
•rsroiioE.
I HAVE THlS DAY SOLD* T6 MESSRS.
Manahan A IlKiciinsnACH the whole
of my goodwill and Interest In the Rutcber
Businesa so long earned on hy mc, known
as the
LONDON MARKET,
And in thanking mycustomers for the
Ions patronage bestowed on me, beg them
most respectfully lo transfer the samo 10
iny successors.
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West., 31st Oct., 1838,        dwacSItul
IN THE ESTATE OF
Donald McGregor
CpEOBASKD   I.NTICSTATE.)
TYBNDKRS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
. Ihe niulerslgned till noon on THURSDAY iho 2'iuA tltiy of Novc-nber, prox,,
fort lie
S. W. Quarter of Seotidh 6, Towaskip 15,
Consisting of IGO nrrcs.nhoutSof which
are cleared und fenced.   There nro about
HO Krillt Trees, most of them hearing, nnd
there Is a road to rlvor  and railway,
Thoro Is n man on the premises who will
shew Intending tenderers over the property.
No tender necessarily accepted.
W II. FALDING,
dwoc21td Administrator.
CITY HOTEL!
COLUMBIA STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAJTrT Proprietor
FRAITH BEGS TO INFORM THE
, Public that he has boughtthe Interest ol Mrs, 'Bonson, who Is retiring from
hotel business. Having thoroughly refitted nnd furnished the House, the travelling public and residents of NowWestmlnster will find this ono of the most
eomforfnble and convenient hotels, conducted on temperance principles; situated In tho business portion of tho city
nnd commanding a beautiful view of the
Fraser rlvor. dwoc6(o
North British and
Mercantile
insTrTnce
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
AutliorlziMl Capital, ■ £3,000,000
Snlisrrlbcil " • 2,500,000
I'nld np, •      025,000
Fire Vand & llcwrvcs, oh
at .list Doc, 1887,        -       1,188,112
licri'iiuo fire Branch,     1,270,311
Sis'"Rates as Low as any other
leliableCompany doing business in British Columbia,
J. G, JAQUES,
Agent for NW Westminster City and
DUtrlct. iljo22to
HENRY V. EDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AND—
INSURANCE AGENT.
HAS REMOVED
—TO Hit—
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THS LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
wwrtment of all deacripttona of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Faip.
ilka, Restaurant., t ■ -i'. .cjitiboata at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,
ClearingOut
SALE
—FOR—
Sixty Days!
—OF—
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTEB,   •   B. 0.
Opp. Poittofllco nnd noxtdoortothe
Bank of British Columbia,
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN AI.Ii l'AHTH OF THK
City and Dlstrlot of New
Westminster,
-AND-
CITY »■- VANCOUVER
AOENT FOH
Tbo Canada Lire Insurance Co..
Tho Nntlonnr Firo Amurance Co.,
Tho Norwich Union Firo Insurance
Society.
•*ri.iinn, llirii'lril ol Irnl 1.1.1. .I
Ke.aun.lil. Kkic
ESTABLISHED, A.D., IBM.
ilaeltjrl
DEMOCRAT & EXPRESS
WA80NS,
Sups, Aiiim* Etc.
—ALSO—
Wagon & Carriage Material
COMPRISING
BUGGY GEAR, SHAFTS,
PATENT WIIELS, POLBI,
HUBS, SPOKES, IllMi,
•laBIOIi HI NNE11S,
HARD WOOD LUMBER,
FELLOEt. KTC, ETC.
All tho above will lie told at coat for
oath for 00 day., aa wo want [to mako
room for now machinery.
This .took lins been imported direct
from tho manufacturer!, and li of tho
very beat quality.
REID ft OURHIE-.
alwnoinu
GREAT SLAUGHTER
I  IS-	
STOVESJJTOVES
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
TTAVE MADE SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN THI
™^ line to meet the different arrangements now in orde
and now offer the largest stock of HEATING and COOKIN
STOVES and RANGES ever imported into the Province,
AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH THOSE
THAT WISH TO BUY.
We sell three carloads of Stoves to one sold by any firm I
B. C, which speaks for itself. Intending buyers will consu
their interests by giving us a call. No trouble to show oi
goods or quote prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Wntcr St., VANCOUVER.
Columbia St., WESTiHINSTEI
divnolyl
H. T. READ & CO
(masonic Itlock, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANT!
IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Countn
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARI
WARE in the province.
SPECIAL AT1PKNTION IS CALLED TO OUK LA11GE AN
VARIED ASSORTMENT OP
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES
Wc have on Lnnd a large stock of IHnffllcMc Oxide Hre-proof Pllll*
■.van-mitud 92 per ot, pure oxide. So high n grade sold by no other house in the cit;
-HVDurini* the year that wo havo opened wo have materially retlucctl thu prices <
aver- thin-* tu our lino, anil hope by strict attention to business to receive a contl)
uauccof the public pntronngt-. noldwly
NEW MACHINE SHOP
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRONAVOKKIN
Machinery to their Business, aro now prepared to do all kinds of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BLACKSjHITHI1V€, at prices considerably low*
than before.   It Is our intention to havo in tho course of a tew weeks a
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. Wo have tlie LARGEST STOCK an
BEST TOOIS of nnv Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ nuno lint the VER1
BEST OP EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, wo can guarantee stttii
faction iu workmanship ns well as prices. We liavo obtained tho services of
First-class Horse-Siiocr* and that part of our Business will have specie
attention,
.REPAIRS of all kinda of Machinery, cither Steam or Agricultural Imp!'
incuts, Wngons, Carriages, Ploughs, Marrows, or anything in this Hue, will hav
our best attention,
<'J mill ICO Pnilltinff lllld Trimming* done at reasonable rates,
A large stock of tViitfOiiS Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality
for sale.
We also keep in stock, to supply tho trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN
COAL, HORSE & OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria prices.
tA" Estimates and tenders givon on all kinds of Ironwork. Call and inspec
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.
•wjlyioto REID & OURRIE.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
xxjkxtjkamxt.,
_____rvj^'^.aTxr_tB_tB oif
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order,
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
(IwnolmO
Douglas & Deighton,
f/IAIWCTKItS AND IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C
8KND IN YOUR OllDKKS.   ALL WOltK OF THE BEST MATEKIAL AND'
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
____m____n*m________m______~—mm______m__________m_____________i
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
_____ZJ__tt IXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
ConaUntly ou Hnnd an Exttnalve Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Hoots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c
»-*-*-■   •*■   mo-xrm'   mxrxvm.
Great Vtrloty of Household Article.   Alio,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and OENJE5EAI, STORES.
If. Ik-Farm Produce bought nt market ratea or aold un commlaalon. Kt.onleri<
from tlie liilorlur promptly attended fo. ilwjesio
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND) *
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas. Btc
dnolyl 1
J
L
TAKE OARE.
Tako cnro of tho pennies.    .
For,'know, toey ore seeds, ,
N- > matter bow few tbey may bo;
TP ......l.HllB«laHlnri
" iiiui[Dr nun iuw Lu*-}
If iirnilently planted,
au time they will grow
To a thrifty aad beautiful two.
THE FIELD OF SLAUGHTER.
Tnko c-aro of the minutes.
t    'i lm jewels of time,
1 Mff't-sweot opportunities glvon:
Tn i siifor wo keep them,
Tim !•■ tijlitor they'll flbtDe-—.
on, wasto not one day ol tho seTon.
Tnko cnro, as you journey
Along tlio highway, .. -„.
Oomi euro of your strength and your aoaltai
Without thorn in vain ..    -   .
i Aro tlio Ijonutles of earth, -rf
In vain all the blosslngt of woilth.
Tako cnro of your honor,     ,
Your nn mo and your fame.
Deal j list ly with men aa yon go,
And roach out your hand   ■-*
I To tho poor and the sadT    ^**1*-*.
I    who suffer so much here below..
( Tako care of your
Ana whioh way *
Press stoadllr
i way tbey tend,.
rross stoadtly on to the goal:
Tako caro that you live right -
And bWvo forthe beat,    a      x    .
And God will take care of your soul.
i *•»
OUR  NEXT-DOOR  NEIGHBOR,
►
A Recent Writer's Good Word for tho
; Mcilcit*
| In a book on Mexico, by Mary Ellsa-
\ beth Blake and Margaret F. Sullivan,
, Mrs. Blake combatsseveralbellefsregard-
■ Inn; Mexicans.
The chief ot these Is as to tho Indolence
of tho common people. This she Insists is
nn absolute mistake.   •«.
"They are not only ready for.employ*
nieut, but anxious to procure tt. They
work with an earnestness and honesty
that shame our slovenly Northern laborers, whose ohlef anxiety seems to be to
accomplish the smallestamountinagiven
timo. Digging tn tbe fields, carrying
J water, bearing burdens, the Mexicans
\ work without ears, eyes or concern for
I aught save the object in hand; they spare
themselves no mora than if .they were
; burros or horses,"
I    Again she says:
"There Is something at once Inspiring
nnd dreadful in the Intensity with which
{. these men work. Where or how the fallacy concerning their indolence has gained
ground it is hard to understand,   To see
11 Mozo climbing five or six flights of
" stairs, and traversing acres of corridors at
( a swift pneo with a heavy Saratoga trunk
ou his back, or to meet four laborers rushing through tho city streets with aChlck*
■ciinu-jiinao on their shoulders, ts a sight to
'    which we are becoming so much used that
! familiarity robs It of its first painful-
?ness."
Other notions Mrs. Blake endeavors to
refute are that the Mexicans themselves
.; nro dirty and dishonest, and their towns
"filthy.
She admits that the standard ot personal cleanliness is not high in towns
" where water has to be dipped with a
J gourd from a basin or i stone fountain
, with scores awaiting their turn.or bought
from a carrier, But in places whero water
B is plentiful, the population is constantly
bathing or washing clothes,
c Thu cities lack proper drainage and
good sanitary administration. Yet every
city, of any size, in the Republic, Is swept
1 eaoh morning with whisk brooms and
/ dust-pans.
^    As for the honesty ot the common peo-
y plo with whom travelers are brought into
■ contnet, the party had so many remarka*
( ble proofs of It, that Mrs. Blake declares
0 *wfth enthusiasm that "tbe lost art of
/ honesty seems to havo been found again
in Mexico."        «-• 	
RIVALS   STRANGELY  RgOONOtLED.
i
A flanko Story Which Hu the Merit et
Boing Tratlifol,
Just a year before the war, In a little
town of one of ths Southwestern States,
two young men lived, and had lived all
tbelr lives. Tbey grew as strong friends
aa tbo fabled Damon and Pythias.
In the same town was a beautiful
young girl, and ln an evil time both the
youug men fell desperately in love with
her, and fell more desperately Into hating
one another, In tact, tbey never spoko
to one another; only to curse nnd revile.
Finally tbey decided to light it out, and
appointed to meet ln n grove a mile oft,
having no one to witness tbe scene, and
tho victor was to have the girl.
The time to fight was about 4 o'clock
oue August afternoon ln 1860.
Oneof the parties took his pistol, proceeded to tbe rendezvous, and sat down
at the foot of a tree to rest, and fell
asleep. He was awakened by tbe report of
-a pistol to see his hated rival standing
about ten feet 6S with a smoking pistol
in his band, while at his feet wa** a very
large and ugly rattlesnake, twisting and
•qulrmlug in the throes of death.
Ho looked at the snake, then at tho enemy, aud jumped forward with hand outstretched,-saying:
"John, I'll give hemp. I would rather
havo your friendship than hate."
"No," said John, "she la yonrs, Dick.
I did not seo any sense in fighting for a
girl without knowing tbat she cared for
me, And she told me frankly tbat she pre*
ferred you, so I camo to tell you and
found that serpent ready to kill yon, and
I killed It; we nre always friends hereafter," and so they remained until he fell
at the first battle of Manassas a year or
two later.
Reminiscences by Two Officers ol tho
Union Army.
.  General Henderson; of Iowa, was talking the other day of the .little attention
paid by men during the war to their
wounds, when he Said:   "
"At Corinth I waa a lieutenant In the
12th Iowa. There was a man In my company whoso gun had got clogged in some
way or other and refused to work, aud
that fact utterly deprived this fellow of
Us nerve. I suppose he thought that If
he had to faco the enemy with a weapon
worse than nothing he was a 'goner* sure,
"I saw what was the matter nml so I
said to him, and a man Isn't apt to bo
very choice in his language at such times:
" 'You Infernal fool,why don't you pick
the tube out with a pin like yon used to
when hunting prairie chickens?'
"Tho words prairie chickens had n
familiar sound and he accepted my mi vice
and was soon all right again. A little
later that man was badly wounded In tlie
thigh but he dragged himself behind, a
tree and didn't give up until he had fired
his last cartridge.
"I saw another Instance of what excitement will do for wounded men.
"At Douelson I was wounded In tho
neck and was in the hospital with n good
many other men suffering from bad
wounds,
"Tlio next day after the battle we heard
tho sounds of cheering and were told th ao
a flag of truce had been sent out. We
knew what that meant
"Now, an hour before we heard that
news wo were all so badly wounded that
wo couldn't do the slightest tblngwlth
out assistance, but when we knew that
our army had won n great victory we
forgot wounds and everything (>lsii
and. cheered and shouted like healthy
men.     -  '
"The effect of the ebullition of eytluisl ■
asm was to reopen many a wound nud iu
several cases cause relapses, but that was
something we didn't consider or dldu't
care for."
Congressman Laird, of Nebraska, was
in the group listening to General Hen*
derson: ■■**■
"Fear," he said, "Is a peculiar thing/ I
came to appreciate the horrors of war in
a curious sort of Way:
"After tho battle of Hanover Court
House, Virginia, on the 25th of May, 1S03,
I saw the dead piled upon the field. Their
frightfully distorted faces, their gaping
wounds, from which tho blood still trickled ln some cases, tbe shattered limbs
nnd tho general air of carnage was horrible to ono not used to such scenes, ns I
was not nt that time, and made a great
and lasting Impression on me,
"A few days later while watching somo
men drilling I tell asleep under a pluo
tree, And ns I slept the horrors of what
I had seen on tbe field rose before ine,
only moro awful, it such a thing is possible. The agony on the contorted faces
wero so terrible that I could appreciate
bow thoso men had suffered, nnd all the
hldeousness of battle was brought so
vividly before me thnt It was more horrible than even the real thing.
"While gazing on this picture In my
dream 1 bad this proposition presented tu
me, and it was pnt as plainly as If I had
indulged In an argument Something
said to me:
" 'You bave seen what war means. Will
you toko tbe chances and perhaps end as
these men have, or will you try and enve
yourself by playing the part of a coward I'
"That was the condition that couf runted
me, and I realized just exactly what, it
meant I made np my mind to take my
chances, and I believe I can fairly tmy
withont vanity that after that dream I
had very little fear otthe oousequeuaes."
BABY'8 TOILET.
Food for a Lover*
He—"Amanda, this Is the neat little
restaurant where I have those delicious
lunches I have mentioned to you, but
oould uot describe, and this Is Tom, the
waiter, who serves me my favorite dishes
so nicely."
She—"How sweet, Adolphus."
He—"What will you order, Amanda?
They have birds, oysters, and all the delicacies of the season."
She—"Your favorite diah, Adolphus, of
nourse. Walter, you may fetch me Mr.
Wigwag's favorite order, whleh ho says
you servo ao nicely."
Wnlter-"Yea, lady. (Giving order)-
Draw one tn the dark. Boosed pigs' foot
on de Iron."
Mr. and Mrs. Bayeeed la Yawn.
A very green couple from Virginia
attended Albaugh's last night, and after
they had taken their Beats the young man
began to look over the programme.
"Thunderation, Mary," he aaid with a
sudden start, "we can't aee this show
ont."
"Why, John.what's the matter!" asked
the girl tn disappointed tones,
"W'y, look at here, this bill says three
weeks elapses between the first and aecond
acta, nnd by gravy, I've got to git home
by tomorrow night to tend to trotting
tbe corn in the hill field,"
An usher explained the matter later
and they remained,-W«hlngton Critic,
•*■—*■■ '■■ i i
He Wouldn't Bo Swindled,
Mr. Byam Keggs (from Xalamano,
with Intense dligust)*-"Here, waiter, X
ordered raw oysters. What on alrthare
those nasty block stonesf"
Walter (petrifiedH'Oystalis, »aU-on
dehaff shell, sahl"
Mr. Byam Kaggs-"Haff shell, Is Uf
Oh, gft out, I've eat l.OW.OW canned
oysters out home and never aaw a shell
oo ary one ot tksm.M-Pnck.
. lease Hope Left*
Mrs.- Lott-"And hu nothing been
aaved from tbe wreck!"
Job Lott(trag1callyH'Nothlng-abs>
lutely uothlng-except my honest name."
Mrs. Lott-"H,ml With that, and the
trifling assistance of the property you
transferred to mo three months ago, may
Duncan start ggtUk-'-Puck. .
Borne Excellent Counsel (or Mothers,
Every mother knows how difficult tt Is
to clean the baby's fingernails. By folding some tissue paper Into a sharp polut,
and when using It, calling tho attention
of the baby to something else, this simple
task can be easily performed. The paper
ia so soft that It does not hurt the tender
flesh, yet It Ib sufficiently firm to remove
every particle of dirt
My children sometimes cry when taken
ont of the water, but never when they are
put In. I think It Is because they have
such n good frolic in the bath that they
dislike to leave It,
The tub should be but half full of
water, nnd should be placed on twochalrs
or a low stand, for there la danger of
draughts If it is put upon the floor. Set
It before an open fire if possible, and sen
tbat all the baby's clothes are warm and
well aired before putting them on.
In winter, when giving a very young
Infant a bath, it is best to wrap it iu a
largo pleee of old flannel, and tben put
the baby into the water gradually, without removing the flannel until It has been
In tbe water for a minute or two. Thu
water should bo lukewarm.
Always wash tbe baby's head, face,
mouth and tongue thoroughly before putting it Into tho tub, and give it a tea-
spoonful of cool water to drink, If possible, let the hour for feeding come directly
after the bath, and then tho baby Is ready
for the long morning nap,
When the child Is old enough to sit up
In tho tub alone, it Is always well to let it
havo some toy to take Into the bath, such
as a tiny rubber doll or animal, or a little
wooden or paper boat.—Farmers' lieviuw.
COMPLETING THE JOB.
The Seme Place but a Different Girl.
A Boston artist declares tbat a newly-
betrothed lover commissioned him to
paint n certain secluded nook ln the rocks
on tlio shore, because there be bad declared his passion.
Tho picture was painted, but before It
was douo the lover said to tbe arttstt
"Of course I will see you through on
that picture, but my engagement ts Off,
and, of course, It would bo painfully suggestive to me. If you can sell it to somebody else I will tako another picture and
be extremely obliged besides."
Tbe painter assented to the arrangement, but within a week his patron again
presented himself.
"It is all right," he announced, Joyously.   "I'll take that picture."
"Am I to congratulate yen on the renewal ot your engagement*" the artist
asked.
The other seemed a little confused, but
quickly recovered his aelt-poasesslon and
grinned, as be said:
"Well, not exactly. It waa tbe same
place but the girl was different "—Providence Journal.
Love and Dullness.
"I confess, sir," snld the widow, with
some shyness, "that I might lu time learn
to love yon, but, er—you are quite poor,
areyounotf"
"Well, yea, my Incomo Is not large, but
with yon, dear Mrs. Tompkins, to cheer
and encourage me, It would soon—"
"Ah," Interrupted tbe widow, with a
slgb, "that would be giving hostages to
fortune. 1 am drawing $15 a month pension, and I wouldn't like to give up a
dead euro thing for an uncertainty."—
On the In-.tiilm.eiit Plan.
Jawklns (after gazing ndmlrlngly at
theSllmley triplets)—"U'uil Sllmley, my
boy, I suppose I ought to any I hope you
are very happy; but for my own part I
confess I'd rather take iny family on tho
Instalment plan."
Sllmley—"Instalment plan! Heavens,
man! What Is this but the Instalment
plan! I took tho whole lot at once before
I could afford to pay tor 'em, "-Judge,
Pimples, Boils,
And Carbuncles rij-mltfroiii:idcbilit:ati;il
Impoverished, or impure condition ot the
blood. Ayer's Sarsaparilla prevents and
cures the3e eruptions mid painful tumors.
by removing their cause; the only effectual way of treating them.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has prevented the
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I was badly troubled with Pimples on
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skin, whioh showed itself in ugly dark
patches. No external treatment did
moro than temporary good. Ayer's Sarsaparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
snd I havo not been troubled since,—
r. W. Boddy, liivor St., Lowell, Mass.
I was troubled with Bolls, and my
health was much Impaired. I began
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, In due
Lime, tho eruptions all disappeared, and
my hoaltb was completely restored.—
John it. Klkins, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N, C.
I was troubled, for a long time, with a
humor which appeared on my face in
agly Pimples and Blotches. Ayer's Sar-
•;i| lariila cured mo. I consider it the best
lilood purifier In tho world.—Charles H.
Smith, North Oraftsbury, Vt.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
If) (.old by all druggists. Ask tor Ayer's
Ui'.rsaparlUa, and do not bo persuaded to
;akc any other, ff
'r.'iiaridbylJr. J.C.Ayer&Co.,Low«ll,lUii.
I'rliM-Sl- Mi bottles, •*..
$200 REWARD!
WHEltEAS CERTAIN PARTIES have
been secretly using Dynamite or
other explosives In diverting the water
fniin Vedder Creek and making a channel leading into the Luck-a-kuck Ulvor
from Vedder Creek, thereby causing un
Increase ot water in tho Luck*a*kuok
River;
We, the millers limed, ofl'er Two Hundred Doltnrs Reward for such evidence its
will lead to the conviction of said parlies,
Houatio Wbbb, A. C. Wklls, A. S.
VBBOWl, WM. BllANCHKLOWER, ROBT.
Rtevenson, M. Sweetman, Mrs. J.
Evans, 8. Domwll, C. T. Higgiksoj*.
November 1,1838. dwnolml
SIGHTv.JBUNDNESS
USE  ONLY
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CELE1SHATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES
... _.-_•___. _. CO.,
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The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
DR. JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SYS-
lom of Medicines euros Paralysis,
Hlluilni'f-s, I'.-u'mss, Itlieuinntlitin, Astli-
iiiii.Nciiriili:;u, Urriu-'hiti.-*-, Catarrh. Ery-
k I pel as, Drlght'H Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, ami all chronic complaints, Ve-
vcrK.Smalirnx.PIICK, Dyspepsia, M(-flHlcs,
IHpllicrlii, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bono, Whooping Cough,
Cholera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints. Tho systom
is simple. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells and tissues of tho body with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
nionts,Orgaiilc Bodies and so ou which aro
normally prepared In tho body by the
glands. For sale by
dSaulc '     M. DESBRISAY.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty dnys after date wo Intend making application to tho chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described lands,
situate In Coast District, British Columbia, on Valdez Island:
1. Commencing at the 8. W. corner of
Lot.94, Range 1; thenco north 22 chains,
west 5.*! chnlns, to east boundary of Lot 17;
south 80 chains, to north boundary of Lot
10; casts.'chiiiiis, lo share tine of Hoskyn
Inlet; thence northerly, following shore
lino lo pointof commencement—containing fi(J5 acres.
2. Commencing at tho N. K. corner of
Tract No. Las above; tbence north along
west boundary of Lot 31, 41 chains, to the
N. W. corner of Lot a*; tbence east S
chains, to tho shore line of Village Bay
Lake; thenoe northerly along west shore
line of Village Bay Lake, about 40 chains,
tn si piilnt where our Lease L crosses said
laltc; Hienrowest €0 chains and 87 links,
south SO chains, oust 611 chains, to point of
commencemcntr-con tal nlng 470 ncres.
Ji. Commencing at tho N. W. corner of
Tract No. 1, as above; thenco norlh 80
chnlns, west 40 chains, south 80 chulns,
east 10chains—containing3*20 ncres,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
By their Agent, Chahi.ks E, Woods.
New West., B. C, Oct. 81, HUH.       dnolnri
M.A.McRAE
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Overeontlngf Trouseringami
Fancy Vesting.
IES" Wa.keep a large and selrot stock of
everything that Is found In any ftrat-olass
Tailoring Establishment.
Opposite Oolonial Hotel
Colombia St„  ■ Nxw Westminstkb.
dwmbS8te
Harrison HotSprings,B,0.
URALTH AND PLKABUKK KK80RT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
ft wl mining. Vapor and Private •attai,
With experienced Attendants,
LADIES   DEPARTMENT   SEPARATE.
Terms) $1.50 to 13,00 per day.
Only fl miles from Agassis*, Station, O. P.
R, Reduced K. It. nnd Steamboat rates.
Excursion rates good for !to days from
WestnilliM-*r tn Agnsslz Station nnd return, 34. Saturday excursion rate, good
until following Monday, *"2.flfl. Comfortable Stages meet all trains.  Tickets can
be obtained nt K. It. offlce.     daptttcSaw
MUSIC.
MltS. J. A. GORDON, CORNER ROY*
al Avenue nnd Bt. Andrew's St. (.late
of London, England), desires Pupils for
Singing and Pianoforte. Lessons given at
puplla' residence If preforrod. Terms very
moderate. doc31w2
lETQTJQIE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Sixty days after (into i Intend making application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase twelve
|12l acres, more or le«n, of pastoral land,
described as follows: Being asimill Island
oil Shelter Point, on Southeast side of tlio
entrance to Gillies Bay, Texada Island,
New Westminstor Dlstrlot,
ARCHIBALD DICK.
October 20th, 18S8. doc24m2
NOTICE.
rilENDERS ARE INVITED TOR THE
X North-west quarter-section of section
11,Township5. Tlie hlglinstoi- any teud-
er not necessarily accepted. Tenders will
be received up to noon, Novkmhek 21st,
1888,  To be Bent to
J. ELLWOOD,
Administrator for Estn to of James Murns
(Deceased).
New Westminster.
Or to W. NORMAN BOLE.Q.C.
. Uoo22td
2STOTIC-B.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we have applied to tho Honorable
tho Minister of the Interior forallcense
10 cut and carry away timber from tlie
following described lands, situated In
New Westminster District, 11. C, on tho
southerly side of Harrison lake, and about
twenty miles from Harrison hot springs:
Commencing at a post planted on Halfway Point, mnrked H. ft. Mill; thonco
north, "O deg, west, SO chains; thenee south
■ll) chains to a posl; thenee west 100 chains
to a post marked N. W. post, II. ft. Mill:
thence 20 chains south-west to a post
marked 8. W.posl, H. ft. Mill; theneo 2.W
chains cast to a post marked S. K. post,
11 S, Mill; thence along the lako shore to
place of commencement—containing MM)
a-res, more or less,
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos, Maui-in A Son.
Dated October 8,1888. doclOml
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after date we Intend to
apply to the Chief Com inissloiierof Lauds
and Works for permission to lease for
timber purposes the following described
lands, situated in New, Westminster District, B.C., oh tho southerly side of Harrison lake, and about twenly miles fiom
Harrison hot springs:
Commencing ut a post planted at, Ihe
south-west corner of Plot No. Uno [1] of
Martin A Son's application for the Harrison Saw Mills, dated September 2-llh,
1888, post marked H. S, Mill; thenco m
chnlns north, 70 deg. west, lo a post marked 8. W. post, H. S. Mill; thence 20 chains
north-east to a post mnrked N. W. post,
II. S. Mill; thence east 105 chnlns to a post
marked N. E.post, U.S. Mill; thence -10
chains south to place of commencement
—containing about !100 acres.
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Mahtin * Bon.
Dated Octobers, 1888. doclOml
asroTic-B.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00 days after date wo Intend making
applica Ion tothe Chief Commissioner of
Lands A Works for permission to purchase the following described lands in
Coast District. Province of British Columbia:
No, 1.—Commencing at the N. E. corner
of Lot 81, Range 1 (Valdez Island); thonco
east ton (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn Inlet, thence northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn inlet and Village
bay to tho 8. E, corner of Lot 34, thenco
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement — containing about SO
acres,
No. 2.—Tho small Island lying nt tho
" Vlllago bny.ValdeisV — '
tainiiignboutone(l) acre,
head of Vlllago bny,Vatdoisisland,con*
New West., K C, Sept. 10,188R.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsellm2 Oiiaht.es E. Woora.
JrrTOTIOEL
OTICE 19 HEREBY OIVEN THAT
luive. nmtlo  nppHctitlon to I lie
N'.._	
Honorable the Minister of tho Interior of Canada for a lease, for timbering purposes, on tho following described tracts of hind situated In tho
District of Now Westminster, province of
British Columbia, viz!—Commencing nta
post marked J. G, R. and J. McL. 120
chains, about northwest'from the outlet
of Lillooet Lakeor adjoining the Brunei te
Sawmill Company's application; thence
west 240 chains, moro or less, to a post
marked J, G. R, and J, McL., S. W.; thence
north 80 chains to a post marked J. G. R.
and J, McL.,N.E.; thenco west 210 chains,
more or less, to a post murked J. ti. R,
and J. McL., N. W.; thenco south _m
chulns, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. McL., ft. K.; thenco east 40
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J,
G.R. and J. McL., 8. B,'j thence south 80
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G.R. nnd J. Mel*,, 8. W.J thenco east40
chains, more or less, to a post marked .1.
G, R. and J. McL., S. E.; thence south 210
chains, more or less, ton post mnrked J.
O. H. and J. McL., ft. W,; thence east. 320
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J.
ti. It. aud J. McL.,S. E.; thenco uorth 100
chains, more or less, to a post marked J,
(i R. and J. McL., near Brunette Sawmill
Co's application; thence along said application io the place of commencement.
Also Seel ion 111, the west half of Section
115, nnd thceasL half of Section 27, all In
Township Twelve (12), District of Now
Westminster, Province of British Columbia.
james q. ross,
james McLaren.
By their Agont,
,     a D. Rand.
New West., B.C., 2Slh Aug., 1888.   dlmlJloc
Tenders Wanted
NEW WESTMINSTER
Southern Railway!
N. W. S. Ify Office, Nov. IS, ISSS.
'I1ENDEUS WILL HE RECEIVED UP
X lo Siitarals), Dec. lit, for tlio construction of the
RAILWAY FERRY-BOAT,
Tho Company does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
ALBERT J. HILL,
dno!2td Chief Engineer,
COVERHMENrSf
•**•*   VICTORIA ai
Tho Largest anil Finest Selection of
PIANOS A ORGANS
In British Columbln, from the Best
Makers In the World.
8TEOK
Mason & Hamlin,
B.ir* A-1:©„ New York.
MHIltKin «tco.. New York.
JTOIM ami Kr.HIVKK. Berlin.
Do'HMi)>. ito-iist 11 A other Pianos,
lta. Pianos from 3250 upwards; Organs
from 850 upwards. Old Instruments
taken In exchange. Tuning and Repairing.
KC.   PBTBXIS,
78Go*i**5i***?r*!Ni*ST.,.VjpipniA.
Branch House, Vancouver. B.O.    dwtc
1XTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HKItKllY GlVBNiTIIAT
, application will be mmle ..I the next
session of Mm parliament of Canada for
nn act to incorporate a company for the
purpose of constructing, equipping, maintaining imd operating a lino of rallwny
from flic Cily of Victoria, British Colum
b a, lo some point or points at or near
Bhoal Harbor and Swartz Bay, North
Saanich, Vancouver Island, and of extending the snld railway by ferry communications from the said points to all or
any of the following points on the mainland of British Columbia, viz: To some
point or pltice ut or near Gnrry Point, Lulu
island, as woll as to some other point on
tho south side of FraBor River at or near
Canoe Pubs and to some other point nt or
near Point Roberts nnd also of constructing, maintaining ond operating one or
more lines of railway from any or all of
the aforesaid points on thesaid mainland
to the cities of Vancouver and New Westminster and to tho International Boundary line so as to connect with tho Canadian Pacific Railway or auy branch thereof and with the railway system of tho
United States with the usual powers to
build, own and operate a telegraph or
telephone llne.or both In connection with
the above mentioned lines and forry, and
nil necessary bridges and ferries and to
build own and operate steam and other
vessels and to take and acquire lands for
thcrfghtofway,station grounds and other
necessities (md to acquire lands or other
bonuses or aids from the Government of
Hie Dominion of Canada or any Local
Government or Municipality Corporation
or person to assist in the construction of
the said railway and ferries nnd to mako
truffle and other arrangements with other
rallwny or other companies and for all
other usual nnd necessnry powers, rights
nnd privileges. YATES A JAY.
doc30m2     Solicltorsfortho Applicants.
OAI.L   .A.-E*
JAMES USE'S
OLD STAND,
Opp- the (J. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
OLOTHHSTG
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries* Crockery, Cordage, tie.
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Grain, Feed, &e,
FARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR BOLD ON COMMISSION.
-jAMzta -rexfltin,
FllONT STUFBT,    •    NKWWESTMIKSTK**.
VOTIOB,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-. THAT
application will be ir .deal the next
session of the Legislative Assembly of
British Columbia fur an n'-t to Incorporate
acom pany for the purpose, of construct lug,
equipping, maintaining mid operating a
line of railway from tho Cily of Victoria,
British Columbia, lo sonic point or points
al or near Shoal Harbor und Swart?. Buy,
North Saanich, Vancouver Island, and of
extending tho said rallwny by ferry communications from the snld points to all
or any of the following points on the
mainland of British Columbia, viz.! To
some point or place at ur near Gnrry
Point, Lulu Island, ns well ns to some
other point on the south side of Fraser
River nt or nenr Canoe Pass, and to some
other point nt or near Point Roberts, and
also of constructing, maintaining and
operating ono or more lines of railway
from any or nil of the aforesaid points on
thesaid mainland to the cities of Vancouver and New Westminster, and to the
International Boundary line so ns to connect with the Canadian Pacific Railway
or with nny branches thereof, nnd with
the railway system of tho United States,
with tho usual powers to build, own and
operate a telegraph or telephone lino or
both In connection with tho abovo mentioned lines nnd ferry, and all necessary
bridges and ferries, and to build, own and
operate stenm aud other vessels, nnd to
lake and acquire lands for the right of
way, station grounds and other necessities, nnd to acquire lands and othor bonuses or aids from the Government of the
Dominion of Cnnnda or any local government or municipality, corporation or per
son to nsslst lu tho construction of the
said railway and ferries, and to mako
tralllc and othor arrangements with otber
railway or other companies and for all
other usual and ncces«nry powers, rights
nnd privileges. YATES A JAY,
■'--•'—■"    Solicitors for the Applicants.
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
duly appointed Receiver of the Es-
luto and EU'ecls of the Nicola Milling Co.,
with power to sell the same, will rccefve
tenders forthe purchase of thu snld Estate
and Effects, consisting of Hotel, Saw Mill,
Grist Mill, Horses, Harness, Trucks, implements, uud ll-ll acres of Land, more or
less, situate at Nicola Valley.
Tenders will bo received either for the
whole Estate or lu three separate lots, vizi
Loti,—Grist Mill and 151 acres of Lnnd
(more or less).
Lot 2.-Huw Mill and '110 acres of Land
(more or less), Horses, Harness, Ac.
Lot it-Hole) and 150 acres of Land, more
or less.
Plans of tbe Lots can be seen and further Information obtained   from  W. 11.
WOODWARD, Nicola, or J. 0. PREVOST,
Victoria.
Timo fortendcrlng will explie at 12 noon
on the 80th day of November. Tekmb
Cabh.
james c. prevost,
Receiver.
October 20,1886. dnoltd
(Kamloops Sentinel copy].
Holbrookjstatel
SALE   0"H*
Valuable Property.
"tlHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
X arc offered forsnlo, In part or whole:
LOT 5, BLOCK 5, Columbia nnd Front
streets, 00x182, with o stores thereon.
LOT 2:), BLOCK 1.,)-O0xl32-Colu:nblaatul
Clarkson streeU.wltbbuIldiiigsthereon.
LOTS 12 & 18, BLOCK 5, Mnry street; 2
acres, with hard finished house nud
orchard.
LOT ,11, GROUP 1, Vancouver road, containing 200 ncres,
f«B*Tho above Properly brings In a rental of 5280.00 por month
For further particulars and  terms of
snle, upply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
New Westminster, n. c. doc23tc
GOODS!
KTE3-W
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAltCE AND WELL ASSOETBD BTOCK OF
M_t*_ee_9r__?_m t_e_z
t___at
Wlndi I will sell CHEAP Foil CASH. I Imvo alao mule a largo addition to my
wliokffilo stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, kc. An fitpeotlon ol my
Stock will satisfy nny to-day tlmt I hnvo tho best assortment to bo fonnd ia tal.
city.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
jTJkxxxim xtox-rmmm-tkXT:
dwjelyl No.Bl.Coi.llKl.uB
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CMtorUlstoaarell^aptedtoehlldr.nlli.11 CMtorto cum OoH*. OfMpitlM*.
Irecoramcnd It a. superiortoany prescription I Bonr Stomach, Diarrhoea, tanu-tX-_u^
kno-ntonie.''     H.A.AaMatB,U.D.,        I **"'{2X,'T' **"* "^       J"-™**'•*'■
Uiao,Oi*ordSV,Br<iokljii,H.Y.   I Without tojurioii. m-dloUioo.
Tax Centaur Company, 77 Murray street, N. Y.
Public Notice
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Is hereby directed to the'-Provincial
llcallh (smnll-pox) By-Laws, IKS," Issued
by His Honour the Lleutcuant-Governnr
In Council, under authority of the"Henlth
Ordlunnco.lSfl!)."
Having been unpointed Provincinl
Health Olllcer for Districts lying soutli of
Fraser River, I hereby glvo notice that
the provisions ot saUl By-Laws will be
strictly enforced, nnd nil persons are required to govern themselves accordingly.
New West., Oct. 0,1888.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAP & IPESTMENT AUBRCY, W.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad 81, - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The TIusincs3 of ALLSOP & MASON baa been merged in the above Company
ami will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
ami Insurance Agon :y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lauds for Sale on cosy terms,
Vicloria B.C.,Mnyl8lb,18f**, dwJeTtC
TIMETABLE
Str. ''Gladys,"
UHTIL TOOTHER NOTICE, WILL
lpna-e for Clillllwlisck nml way place*
,m TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS mul SATURDAYS, ttt 7 n. iu.. reluming nn the following days. For all furthei Information
apply on board, or to
dmyOlo
tt. B. TOWNSEND,
On the Wharf.
IL.9.1       HUdH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THE LIEUTENANT-G0VERN0R-
IN COUNCIL,
•»—ANY MAN—
Who is Weak, Nervont, Debllltatc-l,
who In his Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away his vigor of Body, Mind
and Manhood (Causing exhausting drains
upon the Fonntalm of Life, Headache, Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness uf Memory, Baihtalncsi lu
Society, Plmplea upon the Paec and
all the Effect• leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or Insanity, will find In
our Specific No. 23 a Posit veCurc. It
Imparls Vonthfnl Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old and youug, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerval, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Speolflo No. S3 the most obstinate
case can be enred In three months, nnd
recent ones ln less than 80 dnys. Each
iiaeltiigc contains two weeks treatment.
Price 92. Cures guaranteed. OurRpeclflo
No. 21 Is nn Infallible Cnre for all Private Diseases, no matter of how long
standing. Sold under ourwrltteuOnnr-
anlee to effeet al'ure. Price SS. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection hi the Enst and else-
whore very coiisfdenibly, we nro in a position to give prices on any class of Machinery that mpy be required, including:
Mnrlne nnd RtatlotYiiry Engl lies and Boilers, Plnneis, Matchers and Moulders,
Bill**. Pinners, Wood Lnthcs, Band
Haws, Blind Mnehlnt-ry, O:im*o
Lathes. Shaping Mii'dilncn,
fehlnglfi Miichines, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two. Three and Four Block Olrenlnr Saw
Mills, llund Hnw Mill*, Portnhlo Engine* lllhl  Hollers,  and   Hoisting
Engine*-.   Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and Tlm- London
Tool Co's iron Working
Mn cli In ery,
Brick Machines and Crushers of cither
the Martin or Hnlrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, l.iilirl.'iiling Oils, Rubber nnd
Leather Belling, which wo carry In
Block,
Stenm Pumps of Iho Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, ns well ns Paints nnd
Oils, Axon and Edge Tools of tho celebrated Broad mnke, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Stenm Fitters Supplies, Ae,
We nro sole agents In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Englno Co'y, whoso
Marine work eannot ho excelled, ns outfits we bave furnished hero will testify.
FRASER aTeONARD,
enable St.,   Opp, Ncwi-Advertlser*.
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
ctMirrin
That drend terror, a dlsaaso so lonu
bulling science and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing ta alleviate, uoihlng u>
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physicians, health ean yet he found In
OlfRKEMEDY; It heal* and soothes
the mo'nhrutio of the Lung-**, Inflamed
and poisoned by Iho ravages ut this
fell disease, nnd prevents tbe night
sweats mid lightness neross 'he chest
which accompany It.   Price Jl.
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
OIK K1,KMT I'UKPAKATIOXS.
Remember wc innnufaeturoand are Ihe
solo proprietors of the following specialties, and that they enn bn had from no
other source. • THEV ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
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HIS HONOUR THE ■ LIEUTENANT*
Governor of British Columbia, by
and with the advice of tbe Executive
Council of British Columbia, acting under
nnd hy virtue of tho provisions of the
"Health Ordinance, ISUIl," enacts as follows:—
1, Whenever small-pox Is present tn nny
locality without the boundaries of any
Municipality, tho Provincial Health Olllcer nearest to such locality shnll at once
cause the patient to be removed to nn
Isolated hospital, tent or other suitable
place, or cause snch person to bo otherwise sulHclently isolated, and shall see
that he Is properly cured for, and shall
take proper measures for Ihe disinfection,
or, If necessary, the destruction of nil
clothing which mny have been exposed to
the contaclon, nnd for tho disinfection
and purification of overy conveyance,
mil-ear, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehicle which may have
been exposed to the contagion,
2. Such Health Officer shall have, In his
discretion, full power to place In another
building or tent all persons who mri v lmve
been exposed tn the contu-'loii. and shall
ciiusc litem to be supplied with all necessaries until the peilod of Incubation of
the disease shall have elapsed, and no
such person shall go, or bo permitted to go,
abroad, until he or she has given satis*
factory proof of suci-cssfiil vueelnntlon
within tho preceding seven year.*.or shall
haveobiiiliiei a iiiciiieiil cerUflcntoof ln-
Busccptlulllly In the vaccine disease, nor
until thoL'lolhing or cll'eels worn or carried by or wlih hlm or her hnvc been
properly disinfected, if Iho jiimo hnvo
been exposed lo contagion.
It. Toiisslsl Ulo Health Offloer, he shall
have fall powerto employ persons to be
nurseSjSanltnry policemen,andolue wise
lo aid In the prevention of the spread of
I ho disease, nud may himself atvo nod enforce siiih reasonable directions fm- the
same purpose ns to him may flucm expo*
dienl.aud theneiiresUiovornuient. Agent
shall see thnt all article'-and necessaries
required by tlio Health Oflicer aro fur-
tiMied.
I. It Shall he Ihe dutv of every medical
priieliiior.ei* who shall attend upon, or
give medical or siirgteal advice, to or
about any person .sum-ring from smallpox, to give notice forthwith after he shnll
have COninientjed so to attend or give such
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Oflleer. When a householderknows that,
a person within the house occupied by
him Is taken slek of smnll-pox, ho shall
Immediately give tiolicc thereof to the
nearest Provincial Health Officer,
Ti. The Provincial Health Officer before
mentioned I* and Includes any person
appointed Health Officer under the
"Health Ordinance, IStM." by the Lieutenant-Governor In Council.
fi. The foregoing provisions shall have
no dlcct within the limits of any Municipality, save us hereinafter mentioned.
7. In case the Council of any Municipality, whenever small-pox Is present, or
likely to occur therein, shall fall to mako
or carry out proper provisions to prevent
tho invasion or spread of small-pox within the Municipality, nnd complaint thereof shall bo made to the Lieutenant-Governor by the Council of nny ndjncent
Munlclpallly, It shall ho lawful for the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council, acting
upon sueh complaint or in his discretion
upon oilier Information, to order that
these regulations shall, until otherwise
ordered, apply to nnd ho tn force within
tho Municipality in which such neglect
oeeurs, and thereupon nny Provincial
Health Officer shnll have, within and In
respect of such Munlclpallly all tho authority with which ho Is clothed In respect of localities without Municipalities,
and in suoh caso all disbursements and
expenses paid h> tho Province, In the
currying out within such Municipality of
the foregoing regulations,shall be paid by
such Municipality.
8. Theso regulations mny be cited ns tho
"Provincial Health (small-pox) By-Laws.
1888."
Dated at Victoria, this 3rd day of October, 1888.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
docflml Provlnolal Secretary.
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Removal.
... ..T. 1*. Walworth
.Dr. I. M. McLean
RAND*CLUTE.-At8I, Andrew's Church,
Kew Westminster, on Thursday, Nov.
16th, by the Rev. Thomas Scouler.
Ohns. D. Kami, Esq., of the flrni of Rand
Bros.,of Vanoouver, B.C., Io Kate Genu-
•Sieveeldest daughter of Johns. Clute,
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A Victoria Lawyer's Opinion.
Tho following was handed to us too
late for publication iu Wcdesday'fl paper. Tho legal opinion below is probably ihe ono quoted by Aid. Herring
at the meeting in the Hyack Hall,
Tuesday night. Our readers will fail
to Bud anything alarming in tho rather
itidetinito utterrance of tho Victoria
lawyers, as given below, which was
telegraphed to Alderman Herring, in
answer to an enquiry on the subject:
"We think council cannot give over
control of the money to a trust; committee will be individually liable for
any monies they receive. —Davie &
POOLEY.
The Kate ArchbishopSeghcrg.
The U. S. steamer Thetis, commander Emory, arrived at Esquimalt yesterday morning, having on board the
remains of tho lato Archbishop Seg-
hers. Tho casket containing tho remains wns on tlie quarter deck. On
top was a wreath of (lowers und a rude
cross which had beon creeled over tlio
temporary [*ravo at St. Michael's.
The remains will be brought ashore
this morning and conveyed to the Bishop's palace on Yates street. On Friday morning the funeral ceremonies
will bo hold in tho pro-cathedral,
when Archbishop Cross will celebrate
a solemn requiem mass and bishop
Droudel will preach. Members of tho
St. Joseph Society and the Young
Men's lnstiture will attend tho funeral, and ure requested to be at their
rooms at 8:30 n. in.—Colonist..
The police oourt showed a blank
shut this morning.
Fresh Eastern Oysters by the can at
E. J. Armstrong's. dse2Gta
Dr. I. M. MaoLean has removed his
office and residence   Sea adv.
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in erery style, at the Club. *
Capt. Peele's prediction of a spell
of tine weather has proved correct.
May it last till spring.
The str. Irving left for Chilliwhaok
this morniiif* with 25 tons of merchandise and 20 passengers.
The sir, Princess Louise clenred for
Victoriu this morning with 30 passengers and a full load of farm   produce.
Parties who have ordered fruit trees
from J. L. Walworth will see by an advertisement to-day that the trees have
arrived.
There was a thin coating of ice at
the bead of Burrard Inlet yesterday
morning, the first that has formed
thero this season.
A piece of cornice work fell from
the Hamley block this aftornoon mak-
ingsuch a racket as to draw a targe
crowd to the spot.
Ex-Treasurer Russell, of Victoria,
was at Tacoma on Monday. His wife
joined him at Spokane Falls and the
two journcd together to Tacoma.
Westminster Avenue, Vancouver,
is slid to be in a rather bad state of
repair, and two or thn.e rccii-cnts uve
reported to have occurred recently.
A. T. Stewart, New York's millionaire merchant, had a pretty level head.
Ho said: "The man does nut do justice
to his business who spends less in advertising than he does in rent.''
Avoid the harsh, irritating, griping
compound.* so often sold as purgative
medicine, and correct tbe irregularities
of the bowels by the use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills, They are invaluable as a
family medicine.
It is complained that the lack of
name on the streets nnd numbers on
the houses is a considerable inconvenience iu this city, to new-comers especially, who have been accustomed to
such things. Westminster is assuming
such dimensions that this matter will
hnvo to bo attended to by our noxt city
counoil.
i t five o'clock this evening an alarm
of fire was rung, the fire being at the
house of Mr. M. A. McRae on Queen's
avenue. Beforo tho brigade arrived
the whole building was on Ore and
nothing could be dono to save it. Most
of the furniture was removed before
tho building became too hot for occupation. It is supposed the fire was set
by children playing with matches.
A man named Phoenix was lubpeened
to act as interpreter at the court to-day,
but treated the subpte.ia with contempt
and wns arrested. When brought
before Judge McCrcight he complained
that he acted as interpreter on several
occasions aud had never been paid,
and would not interpret a*<ain unless
the fee was paid beforehand. Mr.
Drake, Q.C., promised to see that he
was paid,
Yesterday, it is stated was a good
day for the croakers to air the grievances again, knn-s of thorn taking
possession of Columbia street, and
desticulatiiigly enforcing their ideas.
An artist is said to have sketched the
scene, while an enterprising photographer will in n few days produce
what will make some wish they had
mado the diy a day  of  thanksgiving
. instead of groivling against  the  progress of tlie city whioh thoy can never
-" stdp.
On Wednesday evening about 8,30
o'clock an alarm of fire was run**, and
in a few seconds n thousand men were
rushing towards the lire hall. At first
it was slipped Mr. I. B. Fisher's
residence was on fire, but this proved
a mistake, ns it turned out that the
blaze occurred ut Mr. J. K, Surer'**,
Tbe fire was of an incipient character
and was easily extinguished without
the assistance of the brigade. The
Hyaoka deserve credit for the prompt
manner in which they reported for
duty,
The ventilation and heating
of the court house in this city are
limply abominable, and it is to hoped
tbe much delayed new court house
may be put under construction soon.
The assizes that aro being held in the
city just now impress very forcibly
upon all who attend the court in any
> capacity the immediate need for a
building that should be less of a barn
than the present temple of justice and
more suited to the repuirements of the
plaoe. It u not very creditable to the
powers that bo see a judge Bitting on
the bench wrapped in a rug In the endeavor to keep warm, while tho windows have to bo kept open to prevont
; profound asphyxiation.
A single bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will establish the merits'of this medicine
as a blood purifier. Many thousands of
people ore yearly cured of chronic diseases by the faithful use of this remedy.
It Is unequalled for the cure of serofula,
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
Thnnkagivirtir Pay.
Thanksgiving Day was generally
obsorved throughout the , city. The
stores were all closed and services
were held m the Presbyterian, Methodist and Reformed Episcopal churches.
Many small shooting parties went to
Pitt Lake, Pitt Meadows and down
the North Arm in search of wild duck
and goese, while a few enthusiastic
hunters scoured the country on both
sides of the river in search of grouse
and larger game. A couplo of well-
known gentlemen, both passionately
fond of the chase, after a long drive, a
long and tiresome tramp brought homo
two small grouso which cost them §1,-
50 each. Several other parties mot
with fully as much luck. Tho beautiful weather induced nearly everyone,
particularly the ladies, to enjoy outdoor exercises, such as walking, driving, riding and bontins*. A great
many people attended tho football
match at the Athletic grounds being
drawn thero under the impression tho
contest was to be between the Canadian and Old Country members of tho
club. A sufficient number of players
did not turn up so sides were chosen
irrespective of the player's place ot
birth and a scratch match played,
Somo very good play was noticeable,
particularly among the members of
the first team. It was also noticeable
that one or two members of the first
team are particularly fond of holding
tho ball longer than is necessary and
generally to theadvantage of his side.
Selfish play is not good play and one
man cannot hold his own against fifteen.
In the evening Herring's Opera
House was well filled, the occasion
being tko representation of "Chip O'
tho Old Block." The play ia a very
funny one and pleased the audience
greatly. The Old Chip, Mr. Scott,
made a deserving and emphatic bit.
Mr. Mills was also a favorite with the
audience as was in fact every member
of the company.        __
Wedding Bells.
Tho marriage of Mr, Charles D.
Rand, of Vancouver, and Miss Kate
Genevieve Clute, daughter, of J. S.
Clule, Esq., collector of customs, at
St. Andrew's church yesterday morning, was ono of the greatest events in
society this season. The church was
most handsomely decorated with
flowers arranged in excellent taste.
Long beforo the hour appointed for
the ceremony the church was filled to
overflowing with friends and acquaintances who were anxious to see tlie
auspicious event take place. In fact
the crowd was so great that many could
not gain admittance, but remained out*
side in hopes of catching a glimpse of
the bride as she left tbe church. Sharp
at 10:30 o'clock a gentle commotion
ran over the audience as the bridal
procession entered tho church. First
oame the ushers, Messrs. A, E. Rand
nnd J. S. Olute, Jr.; then the flower
girls, Florence AL Olute snd Annie L,
Clute, loaded with flowers beautiful
and rare. Noxt followed tho bride,
leaning on her father's arm, and lastly
came the four bridesmaids, Miss Rand,
nnd Misses Alice 0. Olute, Mabel E.
Olute, and Connie V. Clute. The
bride, who was dressed iu white Bilk
and white striped moire with veil and
orange blossoms, looked lovely, and
bore herself gracefully and prettily.
As tho procession reached the head of
tho aisle and turned towards the altar
the bridegroom, who was supported by
Dr. Wetham nnd Mr. E. E. Rand,
joined it from the right. Rev. Mr.
Scouler advanced and commenced tho
ceremony, which was impressive and
solemn. Above the heads of the bride
and groom hung a gigantic horso-Bhoe,
fashioned of flowers, the work of
friends who wished the happy couple
all manner of "good luck." When thu
final words wero said that joined the
young couple in that indissoluble knot
of marriage the party retired
to the vestry to sign the
register. The groomsmen now joined
the bridesmaids, who all looked the
picture of fashion and beauty. Miss
Rund was dressed in a lovely pink silk
dress with cream lace trimmings, and
the remaining bridesmaid! wore pink
and white satin dresses. As the party
re-enterod the church, Mr. More*/, tho
organist, struck up the joyful strains of
Mendelssohn's Wedding March, whioh
wero continued till the happy couplo
had entered their carriage and driven
off. The departure of tho carriage
was the signal for a perfect storm of
rice, old shoes and slippers. The
wedding breakfast at Mr. Clute's residence was a very recherche affair.
Some 40|tadiea und gentlemen, all relatives of the bride and groom with the
exception of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Scouler, sat down and discussed tho excellent spread. Many toasts wero proposed
and responded to, and a voiy jolly
houriwas spent in this mannor. At
one o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Rand left
for Vancouver where tho str. Premier
was taken for the Sound, where the
honeymoon will be spent. The presents whioh are handsome, costly and
useful, number over a hundred, Mr.
and Mrs. Rand will be absent about
two weeks and on their return will
commence home-keeping in the handsome residence lately erected by Mr.
Rand at Vancouver. Tan Columbian
extendi it* heartiest congratulations.
FAIL ASSIZES.
Mr. Justice MeC'relght Presiding.
Wednesday Aftkunoon.
In  the  case   of  Frank  Donahue,
charged with forgery,
Ada Isaac, sworn, deposed: I keep
store in Vancouver; 1 know prisoner;
he came into my store on night of 6th
Oot. Ho purchased two cigars and
gave me $20 bill in payment. I
ohanged money at Mr. Davis' store and
gave change to Donahue. The noxt
day I was sent for by the bank. I
wont to the bank; they showed mo n
bank note and asked me if I recognized
it aa tho bill Donahue gave me; I said
that I did.
Cross-examined by Mr. Atkinson: I
had no particular acquaintance with
prisoner moro than that ho camo in
my store nt times and bought fruit and
othor little articles; I have been in tho
business for several years; I am not
ashamed of my age; 1 hnvo been in tho
business since I was able to work at it.
I often shake dice with peoplo for
cigars but never for money. I can
swear to tho bill as the one taken by
me from Donahue.
Wm, Davis, sworn, said: lama
storekeeper at Vancouver. I remember Oct. Oth; Ada Isaac camo into my
store with a §20 bill for change; she
often came in for change. My partner
thought there was a discount on tbo
money but I said no, as there is no discount on Dominion bills- I gave her
tho changa nnd put the bill with some
other money. Next day I took tho
money to tho bank and tho toller said,
"Why, who's boon passing n twenty
on you." I got Miss Isaac and took
her to the bank; she saw the bill nnd
Baid it was the ono given mo by her,
I have soen tho prisoner beforo. Tho
paying teller pasaed tho bill on throe
or four merchants afterwards for u
trick,
A juryman- "A d—d queer trick."
James Isaac, sworn, said: I have
known the prisoner since July; ho
does little carpenter jobs. I saw tho
note when my daughter brought it
back from tho bunk. I informed the
police nnd found tho prisoner on the
city wharf a few dnys afterwards about
5 a.m. I said, "I haven job for you—
como round." We went to tho store
and I showed him somo work to do.
I said to him: "You gave my daughter a $20 bill the other night nnd it is
dirty and old and hard to pass. 1 also
Baid it mado no difference if ho hud
spent a few dollars of tho change it
would bo all right. He pulled out $15
and gave it to me and said he would
pay the rest either in cash or work.
He asked for the bill nnd I told him it
was in tho bunk nnd hnd some false
figures on it. He said he knew where
tho bill came from as tho man was
batching wi*h him,
Gerty Hill, sworn: I know prisoner.
Prisoner went to my house on 3rd or
4th Sept.; I saw n bill pass from Donahue to Miss Smith; I eupposed it waB
a 810 bill; Ihe bill I gut from Miss
Smith I gave tu the Chinaman, who
brought buck $10 in silver, and I gave
that Bilt-er to Miss Smith; MUs Smith
gave some of tho silver to Donahue; I
judge it was about 7 or 8 o'clock in the
morning; thu following night the Ohinn-
nuiu cinio huck about 8 o'clock and
said that I gave him a spurious bill.
Joe, a Chinaman, nnd servant to the
previous witness, sworn, corroborated
tho evidence of Miss Hill.
Ah Lung, on being sworn, corroborated the evidence of the two previous
witnesses.
This concluded the evidence in tho
case.
Mr. Drake. Q.C., addressed the jury
at somo length mid *. as followed by
Mr. Atkinson, who strongly claimed
that the evidence wn3 too wenk to
provo utterances ngainst tbe prisoner.
His lordship, in summing up thu evidence, enid thnt he would draw their
attention to two points in tho matter,
identity and guilty knowledge,. He
thought that thoy would have no
trouble to find sufficient proof for the
indenttty, and although thero was no
direct proof of forgery against the
prisoner, they could contrast his conduct in the matter with that of tho
others concerned Tlio prisoner did
not deny that he posned the bill, nor
did he refuse to tako it back.
Tho jury retired and after an absence of half-an hour returned with a
verdict of "guilty." Sentence deferred.
The grand jury entered thu court
room nnd presented the following true
bills: Regina vs. Cotea, manslaughter;
Regina vs. Jones, murder; Regina vs.
Hen Cook, murder; Regina vs. Kane,
nttempt to rob,
Hi's lordship then discharged tho
grand jurors,
FltlDAV Moiining,
Mundny and Johnny, charged   with
larceny, pleaded   not guilty.    Hudo
fonded,
A jury was sworn with Mr. K. B.
McLennan as foreman.
Johnny Cutlus: Ilivo ut Lad tiers
and know tho prisoners. Four weeks
ago the prisoners came to my housu
about dark and asked if they could
sloop there; I was in bod at the tune
and told them thoy might stay; wo nil
went to sleep; I had $24 iu my vest,
which was under my hood; Johnny
Blunt next to me; I awakened at six
o'clock and found Johnny and Munday
had gone; another man slept in the
tent with us, and whon we saw tho
men wcru gone, we looked in each
others clothes and found the money
missing; friends told us the men hnd
gone down to tho landing to take tho
str. Rainbow for Victoria; I did not
waken during tho night; we saw the
prisoners at the boat and asked them
for tho money, but thoy only laughed
at us.
Munday, nn Indian, sworn, said: I
was in the tent when the prisoners
came in and asked to sleep there; I had
$20 in my pocket when I wont to
sleep; the prisoners knew Cutlas and I
had been paid; in the morning I found
my money gone; when wo got a policeman and went to the wharf tho boat
was backing out.
Annio, nn Indian woman, swore sho
saw Johnny and Munday at 5 o'clock
in the morning counting and dividing
the money.
Thos, Jas. Lindsay, constable, Victoria, testified to arresting the prisoners at Viotoria- On searching them he
found $18 in silver.
Mr. Drake, Q.O., refused to charge
against the prisoners and after his
lordship's charge the jury retired.
Aftor an absence of five minutes the
jury brought in a verdict of not guilty.
In tho coro of Munday and Johnny,
the Indians charged with larceny,
found not guilty on tho first indictment, the crown prosecutor entered a
nolle prosequi.
After un adjournmont of an hour for
lunch the court sat again,
Patrick Kane, oharged with highway robbery, pleaded "not guilty."
Undefended.
A jury was called and sworn with
N. A. White as foreman,
Henry Insley, sworn, said; I was
in Vancouver last Saturday morning;
about 3 o'olock in tho morning when I
wai returning from n friend'i house I
heard steps behind me but I thought
nothing of till I was suddenly caught
by a man who said, "Where are you
going?" I said I wus going down town
to get n bed; he asked me if I had any
money, and I told him I had a littlo;
he then ordered me to give him tho
money or he would Bhoot; I told him
to shoot away and threw my umbrella
down; I coaxed him to come near the
lamp; then the policeman came and
Kune run away; the prisoner in the
box is the man who stopped me.
John MoKeon, sworn, said: About
3:30 o'olock Inst Saturday morning I
met Insley who said ho had been
stopped by a man who wanted to rob
him; he said hu would know the man
again and gave me a description of
him; I wont in search of the man and
and finally arrested Kune and took him
to the house where Insley was staying,
who immediately recognized him.
Patrick Kune made a short btatu-
iiient saying he bad been drinking with
a few friends nnd wns going down town
to buy ii buttle of whisky when arrested.
His lurdsliip, in charging tho jury,
said tliu whole thing lay in tho identity
of the prisoner.
The jury then retired.
After an absence of two hours tbe
jury returned with n verdict of
'guilty.*'
A lcttor from P. O. Sharpies, Druggist;
Marion, Ohio, in writing of Dr. Thomas1
Eclnctrio Oil, snys: One man was cured
of sore throat of .three years' standing
with ono bottle. We have a number of
cases of rheumatism that have been
cured ■when othor remedies have failed.
We consider it tho best medicine sold.
Supreme court.   ;
Batoro the [ion. »rr. Jiistloo MoOrolght.
Dunn vh. Elwood.—Tho court ant
yesterday morning and nt night to take
further evidence, which, except ns to
tho defender's, is now finished.
Owing to the assizes nnd other important engagements coming on the further hearing of this case has been postponed to a day to be fixed by the
court. It is expeoted that the further
hearing and argument will take a day,
making six days that the trial will
have lasted.
Mr. Jenns (Corbould & McColl) for
tho plaintiff and Mr. Eckstein (W. N.
Bole, Q.C.,) for the defendant.
Mr. J, Leist, warehouseman for Lautz
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y., says he had n swelling ou his foot which he attributed to
chilblains. Ho used Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, nnd is troubled no longer. Dr.
Thomas'Eclectric Oil mny bo imitated
in its appearance and name, but not in
its virtues.
Communication*.
Information Freely Furnished.
Editor Columbian.—Sir, In reply to
Mr. Bole's question, in your issue of the
Hth inst,, with regard to my occupation
of the civic chair, I would say. if he will
kindly call on me I shall be pleased to
give him the desired information.
Yours, etc.
Alderman A, M. Hunnixo.
N. W., Nov, 15,1883.
[With regard to the squib In Wednesday's paper, referred to above, we are in
a position to say that Alderman Herring
has not made a correct guess at the
author.—Ed.]
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, when a 25-ceut bottle of Hoi-
loway's Corn Cure will remove them f
Give it a trial, and you will not regret it.
s-**l ,—     ,.-,—
At the opening of the inquest
upon one of the Whitechapel victims
a respectable looking woman came
forward and testified that the body
was that of her sister, Elizabeth
Watts. Tho witness gave n curious
account of a marvellous presentiment by which she was induced to
examine the remains. She swore
that at nbout the time tho murder
must of been committed she felt
three kisses on her cheek, heard
thorn, und at once understood that
her siBter's ghost was doing tho kissing, Tliis strange story ihiglit
have gone down to posterity as true
had Elizabeth Watts not soon afterwards turned up in the flesh nt the
inquest. The body was clearly identified in the end ns that of ono
Elizabeth Stride.
Mother Graves' Worip Extenniuator
is pleasant to takes pure nnd effectual in
destroying woruis, Many-have tried it
with besS results.
II. i\ Provincial Exposition
ttilbNtTJpltUll   B'lllMl,
For the purpoao of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be hold In this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trustees competent to receive tho same, on
or before 6 months from the date of the
last provincial exhibition, and to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and buildings fn this city, for increasing
the amount offered In prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in other ways);
Thk Coi.uiiwan .,3100 00
Sharpe A Paine, Lulu Island  10 00
L P Eckstein  10 00
O D Brymner.....  10 00
It W Armstrong*.  10 00
r R Glover  10 00
Walker* Shadwell  10 00
Claud Hamber..  10 00
peter Ornnt-  ID 00
George Turner  10 00
W J Armstrong,  30 00
Next I
Wholesale City Market*
Beef,    per 1001 be,.. 16 60 a 0 50
Pork         "          sijoia »on
Mutton      "         -. 8 00l 0 00
Potatoes    "         -  601 75
Cabbage     '•          -.  GO if 100
Onions      "  100(3 IM
Wheat       "  l Boy 0 oo
Oats          "         -  125§ J 80
Peas          ••  IMC* 2 00
Hay,      per ton •-**  12 oo @ is oo
Butter (rolls) pern  0 98 a 0 85
Cheese,             " ...»  014-1 0 l/»
Eggs,      perdos  0 85$ 40
Cor-Jwood (retail) per cord  8 00 <§ 4 00
Apples, per box  80 @ 125
HMoBtgr-niper 100 lbs  4 009 0 00
«   t-ty\      "      -  5 00.1 ooo
Wool, per lb      6 9   10
Children Cryfor Pitcher'j Castoria
liSlOTIGE.
Corporation of tbe City of New
Westminster, B. O.
TENDER*! WILT, BE RECEIVED AT
the offloe of the City Clerk up to noon
on tlie 10th any of Deoembcr, 1888, for tho
whole or pnrt of tho
to tie Issued purtmnt to "Tho Wprklhops
Bonn. Bylaw. IBB," anil "The Ferrjr 8er-
'l0eTCa.^   "   1. A. KOBINSON,
ilno'ltd      ' O.M.'O.
Woon Bab j waa afck, an e»vo Iier CaatorU,
When ah. wi. . Child, ah. cried for Cutorh,
Whan al. bourn. Ula., ahe clone to Caatorta,
Win ate lud Children, tht pn Hum cuteru
REMOVAL.
DR. I. m, Maclean has removed
Residence and Office to Mr. J. Cunningham's Brick Building, Agnes Street,
Telephone No. 17. dnoIOtO
2<TOT"0_S.
PARTIES IN NEW WESTMINSTER
who hnvo ordered fruit trees, shrubs,
Ac., of J. Ij. Walworth will please call for
them nt onco, as they are now on delivery
In a building on Douglas street, nenr Columbia. The trees brought In for this
delivery nve the flner-it lot ever shipped
Into Tii'lf ish Columbia. Leave eommuni*
cailniifiat liju Colonial Hotel.
lOnoStj .T. L. WALWORTH.
6ip[ lysis!
RIFLES,   ItttOfflt,
AmimmHioii, Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle*
ALL KINDS OP SPORTING GOODS.
BEAR, BEAVER AND ALL OTHER TRAPS.
Spsstacles and Sowing Uachino Needles
A SPECIALTY.
A fine lino of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goods,
fancy Goods, &e.
MB* The lm Rest assortment of Single
and Double. Breech and MuMle-loadfilg
SHOT-GUNS In the province, from |5up
to $10).  W. W. Greener Guns.
8. H. WEBB,
Auction rebA Apphaisku,
Now Westminster, B, O.      dwee'lOmS
North British and
Mercantile
PIBB
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Authorized Capital,   ■
Subscribed     "
Paid up,
Fire Fond A Reserves, ns
at 3Ut Dec, 16S7,
Bevcnno Fire Branch,
£3,000,000
•2,500.000
023,000
1,188,112
1,210,311
__WRates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. fl, JAQIIES,
Agent for New Westminster City nnd
Dlstrlot. dje22to
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundryl MachineWorks
rE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have much pleasure In notifying their friends nud the public that tbey
nro now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orden for work In their line
with wbtch they may be favored.
A.McKELYIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, EC, Sth Hay, 1888.
dwmyl2to
Court of Revision.
HOPE, YALE, LYTTON AND CACHE
OREEK DIVISION.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRO-
visions of the "AsscsMnent Act, 1888,"
a Court of Revision and Appeal will be
held at and on tbe following places and
dates respectively:—
At the Court House, Yale, on F.ldny,
23rd November, 1888.
At the Court House, Lytton, on Saturday. 24th November, 1888.
At the Court House, Spenee's Bridge,
Friday, 30th November, 1888.
At the Court House, Asbcroft, Saturday,
1st December, 1888-.
JOHN MURRAY,
Judge of Court of Revision nnd Appeal.
dwnolOtd
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S
Fall and Winter
SUITS
 AND	
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery,**?.
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunks & Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CIOTHIER& HATTER,
Columbia St., Opp, Telegraph Okfick
Kew Wcsl minster, B. C.
dwseTtc
IMMENSE SALE
 OF	
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
tb, aA-*-nT8,
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oct. 10th, 1888.
As wo lmve decided to retire from the retail Dry Goods business this season, we
now place our entire stock on the market at
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RESERVE.
nrv-i in-j-rTJiiwa- MTjsaP SB sols.
$6,900 worth of Slothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$'20,000 prtjj of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
ti-TA'i wc m-c kiibwn lu carry one of tho largest and best assorted stocks In the
Province, ib will not be necessary to enumerate. An early inspection will convince
the public Unit wc mean business, and that the stock must be closed out before the
end of thin .'Alison; therefore wo have placed our goods at prices lower than have
over been offered before in this Provinco,
HBMElUIIBR-Tlie Stook roust lie closed ont by tho trad of the year.
CALL EARLY WHILE THB ASSORTMENT 18 GOOD.
Terms- Under $100- ensh; over $100, secured notes at three months with interest.
clQdwlyr
MASONIC BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & OO.
Rubber Goods being seasonable it will in
terest everyone to know that we have every'
thing one wants in the hne of Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers. We have added several new styles this year to our stock,
and carry all sizes—Boots as well—to fit any
one from a three year old child up. As a
matter of course, our stock of Gossamers,
Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats in Ladies'
and Children's, as well as Men's wear, cannot be excelled. Prices astonishingly low.
Don't fail to see our stock whether you buy
or not. We are always pleased to show our
goods.
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL, COLUMBIA ST.
dwnolyl
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
B-tj___m_t xxr
Choice Family^ Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador Herring1©,
Iv/Xackerel, Salt Ood,
^.rrao-ar'e TJnc. XXaxxie,
____xxr_o,__x'B "C7xic. "Bacon.
Flour. Sraxi. Snorte,
m HIGHEST l'MCKS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
noiawiy Sooullar-Armatreng Blook, Oolumbla tt.
Grand Clearing Sale!
-OF-
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Beg to inform the people of Hew Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
DRY GOODSmCLOTHING
At COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PItlCES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-GInsseS lu steel, rubber, silver and gol i
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 nor pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tli■■
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best Anns on tho continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship, Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Hohtbkal, Dec, 1887.—-Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day."
dwaplflc •r   ■;
|    J DitUGB^E?!pnuoaT J pituos^  yi
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGIST
New Westminster, B. O.
|     J DRU03   F?. DKUOS^rT^DRUaS^_J» DBUG8^35
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IK
I
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with til tho Doctor. In the City. Cull on
ut ony time and wo will ring yonr Dootor up for you.
Open Sundays for tlie salo of Medicine only;—Horning, 9 to 10.S0o'ol«iki
Arehkoon, 2 to 3; SivKslwi, 8.30 to 9.30.
_y£.jHXjXO^.X- _s._aj.aX__
New Westminster* B. 0., Next Colonial Hatil.
OUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT UP. dwantflto
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
HAS JUST RECEIVED
30 Boxes Christie & Mccormick's best Crackers, Biscuits nnd
Candles.
30 Boxes Choice Creamery Cheese.
80. Small Cheese (14 lbsl,-juit tho thing for family uso.
M Tabs very fine Creamery Butter.
*50 Rolls best B. C. Butter.
trh full lino of first-class GroccrleH, Flour. Feed, etc., alwtyson hand.
Goodi delivered to all part, of the city., . . dwnoSto
--'--* -t: --■-••    -- ■■ *-"—*
£*■ BKT   ma -WmT •€!
Mourn it Winter Drapery!
WE ARE-NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV-
eries of New Goods for the coming season. Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEWEST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored A Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades ln Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts.
Waterproof)* A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Furnishings. Clothing, Hats, Ties, die
W. tt G. WOLFENDEN,
dwniMo aox.xr_tMX4h, mrnttxawc.

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