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Array «owram«ntJP**int.ii-g offlc*
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Columbian
VOfcUME 6
*£
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1888.
NUMBER 12
D
eWOI.S* SMITH, M. D.
OFFICE -Clnitaou Street, opiiosile rear
entrance ul Colonial Hotel.
ItESIIIENOR-Aimos St., opposite now
Baptist Church.  Telephone No. 28.
OFFICE IIOURS-IO n. m. to 12 noon; S
to 5; and firrirr to 8 p. m. duoldtc
II
M.COOPKR, D. A.,M. D„
PHYSICIAN A 8UKUEON.
i KV'ICF, mi'l KTKIUMNCR—Chiircb' St.
must door to KanneA1 Hoittoh iionr
ruluiublit Hi., Now WuuUnitif-titr, 11.0.
OKWCB HOUlts-8tfll0a. m.{ lto3and
fl.W to 8 p. m. Calls In town and ooqn-"
try promptly alUmtiod to. fe*2to
F7
WELSH,
iJHNTIST.        , .■ •
Room 111,        -        -        Colonlrr! Hotel.
Okkick Hocnfi-10 lo 4. ilfcSfe
/-.MtBOHMt A Hi (Oil,,
BARRISTERS,
'•Sur.,'CIT0H8, ETC.
Offices. Mosonlu nnlldln?s,NewWestmln-
filer, anrl Vancouver, K 0.     jyaidwtc
T.
C. ATKINSON,
RAIIRI8TER, ROLTC1TOR, Ae.
McKonzlo Street.
■Iw/elOto Now Westminster, li. 0,
m- NonniAN note, -a.o.,        *.
BAniUHTR«-AT-l_.\W.
fi-inil Agont Money to Loan,
Columbln SU,
«o2ln Sew Westraliislor, B.0;
(T
**f.OW k HACI.IinB,
'architects.
OmirK-Hoorn E,
Ovir nank of B. C,
Columbia Street.
(t   W   GRANT,
J.
ARCHJTKCTi
OirpicK-Corner Mary anrl r'ukson Sts.
dwfeKtc
*i{rrn.LIA9I K. KINO,
AReHITBCTirvr   •;
BUILDING A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
OmoK—New Masonic Block,
itwiiplstc. Westminster.
ALBERT J. HILL,
M, Can. Soo. 0. E.
CIVIL ENOINEER, »
LAND SURVEYOR anil
DRAUGHTSMAN.
OrflOK—New MiiHonlo Block,
tlwnllll&lc New Westminster.
w.
J. 1VIIK1K .1 «'«.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANOE and
OENERAI, AGENTS.
8, Bunk Buildings, NewWostrnliister, B.0.
11 Clare Rond, Halifax, Eilglimd,
_ dwniyl7to
rn A trapp,
AUCTIONEER AN» APPRAISER,
iloltimlila Street New Wnrrtinluster
All commissions will l-euclvc prompt
nud oareful nttentlon. Best references
givon wlioti required. iulrl'_-to
RAND BROS.
nntl* BSTATB DROKBRN,
Con veyamien, Collector*,
And Insurance Agents,
J'OIHocw ut VICTORIA) FqrtStrtot,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MuKeuxie and Olarkson His.
VANOOUVER, CoMovft HtteeU
lUJILWNC. f.OTS for nalo In iilUci'Coiifi
of Vanoouver and New WeHtmliiaterCity.
, FARM LANDS ot mipoWor quality for
nili* at Clillltwiuiflk, Port Hum mon d,
Liuigley, Mtitsqnl, Human, Mud I(iiy,I.ud«
intr'rt Lunilhitf, Lutu Islnnd, North Arm
I nnd Pitt Rivor.
Maps and riatiH exhibited nud the full*
; OKt Information furti lulled at all our oftlooit*
tamo
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors,
lVIiANS PHKl'AKKD. 8I?RVKY8 MAUK
i'surge or Smnll Sum's of Money Advanced
on (loml Noinfjtitm, at UiuwunaliK-
1UWi of Intereat.
I t-nrni-t for Knle on f-'rutier Klvtr, ttbove
timl -Jiulnw New WmtmlnHler.
. WIU.UMS imOS. nro Inconiitaiitanm*
I muniiiml'i-i with iiitoiullnjc settlersfmm
[ Kntclnu I nnd <*iHRwliero,iimt havo special
1 ftictlllk'.-i f-irttlJi'i'llliK nales.
,, Their i'hiir»''R are lower than any other
I agents In tlio Pi-nvlnon.
OPPIORs-Oorner of arimville nnd Cor-
.lovn Sl r-ii'is. anil opjMjslto C. P. ft, Station,
J Vaactttm-r, ». c. dupHml
TO  CANNERY-MEN.
| PATENT CAN-FILUNO I'ROTEOT-
I. tors irrin bo iilitulneil from iny riKonts,
E. S. SCOULLAR * CO. Any poison or
persons fonnd nsliiff thom without tho
paterit stump will Ilu in-orromitotl.
rlje21ml THOS. T.BVJ.
[ WESTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
STAGE    LINE.
1 S. MILLER'S STAGES will mnko
■ &*• '?!!,"'P** »"m* between Westmln-
KSSfJ"}? m.,lnS' 'P.1*1; "jrolOHOconnections
BS,"? tb" V-.fr. Ml*" ™*-8 Uno hetireen
ARIalno nnd Whntcom.    SIukob  LEAVR
1 SATURpAY at 8 a. m.r returnlnrr LEA VE
I BLAINE on WEDNESDAY and iTRIDAY
I *i.'.a*?:.,w^,<*T»,™eulara may be
I obtained at tho Colonial Hotel.   nyZUlo
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of tll-Mads of the btifniakes; CrofW-CUt & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Facing, and all the necci.ny Utensils for Farmlnct
PtiUey Blocks, loMcll Block* Bope & Chain In all .ifcti PIJcG.
Tar & Onknmi Tamd and PlainTaper dr Balldlni.'i Pululs A Oils
in all oolorsi Llgilld MllU In aU shades; Floor Faints ready touse; Grind
Stones) Wall Paper la all design.; Brooms* Brushes foi all purpose;
LllhrlciltlllK OilS| Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.   ,
tr Special attention given to orders by mall. '
.,;,-«%. F+Wm*^* &> CO,, .  ,.
dwjly3to      ... Coj_«-UU STm*CT, Not- WmillNSiiB.   ,
New Blacksmith Shop!
cunningIam&raith
l)oii£lns Street, New Westminster.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING.
UORSK-SHOEINO A SPECIALTY.
WE HAVK JUST OPENED OUR NEW SHOPS AND ARK NOW PRE-
pared to undertake all kinds of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
Prices. Having had 85 years experience in some of the best agricultural
scotrorrs of the United States and Canada, wu understand our business and GUAR*
ANTEE SATISFACTION.
A large stock of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HORSE-SHOES b NAILS kept on
hand,  nt LOWEST PRICES. djlylMo
GRANT & MACLURE.
WHOLESALE b RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA    STREET,
dwJoSte
FOR SALE.
In ro the Estate of JOHN SINOLAIK,
Deoeaaed." j ."  - r, ^. -,. v ■ *».    -.
TRNDBUB WILL HU REOEIVEI) BY
the undenilgnod up to noon on Monthly tho 30th day of July proximo, (or the
purchase of Lot 75, Group 1, New West-
in luster District, containing 158 aores,
more or less.
W.H. FALDING,
Administrator of the Estate of Jno, Sinclair, deceased. dJlySml
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENER
desires to obtain employ mont In ar-
rRueinc tatdeiii, liotbnli, flower, beds,
iawni aha other work of that natun. Han
a thorough knowledge of IiIh husinena
and guaranteeH aatlKfaetlon. Excollent
references If required. .
Address " W. P.," this office.   dmhSlla
Asylum for the Insane.
mENDERS, ENDORSED "LUNATIC
.L Asylum," for the supply of Groceries,
Clothing, Meat, Vegetables, Ac, for the
use at tho abovo Asylum, New Westminster, from the 1st August next to Uie -SOth
Juno, lay), will be received by this De-
ii'irhm-iit, ut Victoria, until noon on
WEDNESDAY the I8th instant.
Lists of tho articles required ean be seen
nt tlio Provlnclnl Secretary's Offlco, .Vic-
torii*, and at the Asylum, New Westmlnstor, at which latter place samples can
also bo inspected.
All supplies to be delivered at the Asylum without, extra charge
Security for tho due performance of the
contract will by required ln eaoh ease.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secietary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,-
Victoria, 5th July, 1888. djlyfltd
Mian Facile
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of Hew Westminster!
nrnramr.
Auction Sale!
—-OF-—
CM RESERVES
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WIU, TAKK
plaoe at tbo Colonial Hotel,
In the City of New Westmlniter, on
Saturday, July 21st, 1888,
At 8 o'clock Iii the evening, when the
following Lots will be submitted to p«b-
lio competition, In aeeordanw with "Lend
Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendments
thereto, vlir, i
GOVERNMENT-OlfFICE GARDENS,
r Bloek A.
Lute 15 Jt 30.
VICTOUIA IJARDENS-Block B.
Lots 4, fl, 8, 11, 12, 18, 19,20,30'
Bribe Lots are mostly GO by 132 feet.
TERMS-mx per <*°nt> on the fell ot the
hammer; sn% per oent. ln three .montha;
arid the hnlmioo of Ure purchase money
lu nl.x inonttis from ilate of sale. ,
By onlor,
JAMES A. ROBINDOK,
0, M.O.
Cltyplerk'sonloe, i
New West., »tli June, 18*.      dMttd
Fl IDSMCE.
TH13  UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for tho
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared tb reeeive applications
for policies on all good risks nt current
rateit.
MAJOR -& PEARSON,
Heal Entate( Fire and Life Insurance
Agenta, Uank of to. 0, Building, opposite
Post Office, W-sstinlnster.       djeam8
Wm. A. Qasliwood-Jones
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
QOODS DELIVERED FREE.
iljirilltc
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
•mannim Capital fi.eae.Mo
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0_MPANY.
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
* The Beouruy offend to policy holders Ii
unsurpassed by any Company doing busl-
iiens in Cauudu,
ItliHHiioscheriiesor Insuranoe, but the
Vell-CNtiibllshed lines, hence the policy
holders cannot l.e mlsleil as lothefr contracts.
Its statement* to the public can be rend-
Uy understood, Its cash HtateuiPiit show-
lux every Item of Income and how expen*
dert.
ItH position IsiiAcertalnedhntitwllyfroni
n detailed valuation fn which every (lorn
of liability In Included.
Ita-protfi-Ms has been unexampled  In
ie Uistorr of lusnranco In Canada.
I(« policies are Indisputable after three
the hi
yenrs, and non-forfettftble after two yoars1
existence.
Its proRtH arc distributed u|k>u an eiiult-
able -Mils.   Tbe proflta to one oluw of
itollcy holders are not lessened to elvo
Jarger profits to any other olass. which
method affords superior advantages over
OFFICIAL OIRI-CTORY
1
Civio Opfickkh.—MnyoR* Robert Dickinson: Oity Clerk, Capt.:ltobfnson; Police Magistrate, T. 0, A-tklnHon; Chief
Engineer Flro Departmeiit, W. Corbett;
Assistant, H.Rend.
Couut OwwiAhH.—Judgo of the 8u-
prume Court, Hon. J. F. Mogreialit: Itegls-
trni, W. II. Falding; Shcjir, W.J. Armstrong, r
Pkovinciai, Okkicehs.*— Government
Agent, Clms. Warwick} Uegistnirof Titles,
It. W." Armstrong: Kupt. nf Provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. I. Uentlcyi.llursar of Asylum, Jas. Phillips; Governor of Central
nisoli, Wm. Moresby: atfward Hoyul Co-
Ititnbiim Hospital, OniisaDlKby; iinmf-
grntlim Agent, Jno, SproW; Coroner, W.
I>. Ferris,
Dominion Ofkicialk.—l-j
Rrown; Collector of Cusf
Warden of Penitentiary
Dominion Land Agent, H
Crown Timber Agent, '.'
Int*iiGutoro( Fisheries, Tl
Repheskntativeb.*
MeInoesj;House -of .._ ...., .	
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. V. Role, Q, C.
KAIW CLOSE AND ARRIVE.
CLOSE
For Onu. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.45, aud on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22. *
For Victoria, V. % and Western V. H. Offices—Monday, ia.45; Tuesday, 8.15: Wednesday, 6.80; Thursday, 8.16; Friday,
0.30; Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard
Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 8.15.
For Port Moody—Daily (exoept Sunday)
at8.
For Ladner's landing and Lulu Island--
Mondav, 12.45; Wednesday nnd Friday
0.30.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairio-Saturday,
9.
For North Arm aud Sou Islund—Thursday, 13.30.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nannlmo (directmnll)—Tuesday, 10.
x}xrsi
From Cun. Pac. Ry.-Dally (except Saturday) utlS.
From VIotoriHr-Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday Id; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, ll,:tO.
From Vnncouver, Moodyville and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 10.
From Port Moody—Dally (exccptSundny)
at 17,
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Islund
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 18.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prame and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 18. '
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Satnrday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass-Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mall)-Satiirday,
POST OFFIOE HOURS:
Money Order Hours—9 to 17 dally; and
ley
al
except when malls are being made op or
sor^d.
Liberal CaallMau aa to HesMenceaad
Travel.
J. X. llacDONALD,
•j,. Managing Director,
T. R. PEARSON
Altai, Ha» WMImimut
JUMM-Mltaniaw.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.Btrengthundwholcsomcness. More
economical than llie ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Bakinu Powdek Co., lue Wall St.,
New York. 3fely
FOR^ALE.
HOUSE AND LOT.   PRtcE ONLY «550.
Alsn, I1KS! r KNCK LOT for 911X1, mill
ono Bliltntilu fnr business only f-TS. Apply
immediately lo        j. n, cAKRRT,
ilJcZlml Mufik.-iin.il- 91,
Tug for Sale!
TUa BOAT78 PlfiBTl COMPOCNh MA-
ahlnory, hy Eusteni makers.
Apply to
Mkssrh. IU3WICKK A WULI-'FSOHN,
djadtc Vaucouver, B. C,
Sails gtritigh Columbian
M.ada, Kv.ilat. inly li. WH.
Cheap for Cash.
OAA ACRES OF LANH,:: MILES FROM
iWV Westminster, on a good mad; first-
claNK high land, UN) acres of it from 4 toll
feci, black lonm.lhchnliiuccnldorhottom;
good houso and out btilldlngti. For further
particulars enquire ut THIS OFFICIO.
Now West., June 80th, 1--HS.        dwje'totc
FOR   SALE.
TUAT VISRV HEHIRAHLE RESI-
donuo property owned by Mrs. Emma
Gold, Situate at Uio corner of Royal Avenue and St. Pi11rick's St., with two Houses
thereon.
Also, ONE ACRE Or LAND sUunto between lloyal and Queen* Avenues.
Tkumn OAHll. HAND BROS.
dJoUlo
NOTIOE.
fllllfc UNPRRSIGNED IIAVINtl P.P.-
J. tiiriivd from (Jhinu, hereby nntlili-****
flio public (Intt. in future any purchnslnig
of goods or other business imdei'lHkliigs
for lho Arm of Kwong On Long will ro-
eolyo his personal nttentlon, and thnt he
alone has auibority to trammed btiniiiefis
for the firm of Kwong on Long.
[Signed],                            l.KK COY.
  djeloml       	
Royal OolMiiian Hospital.
rpHK ANHUA], MKETIXO OP SUH-
I soi'lberfl lo flip Hoyul Columbian
lriiHiilliil will lio lurid In tlrr- Hriri,-iiry of
tho Hii-riiltnl nu p. m., T1IU1II.DAY, 19th
July, IsJw, Bltslness-Koecptloii of Re-
pons anil clr'i'tion of IHr.-cl.n-s for ensuing
year. Byonlrr,
W. II. KEARY,
Hr
N.w West,, llrilJnly, 18W.
Mil. 8.0.
iljlyriul
A HhIss tirelaa Crcca.
Evory ouo lias read of Urenta
Green, the village just across tbe
Scottish lorder, where young, wayward couples, whose parents objected tn tlurir ulliancc, went post haste
to bu united by one of the quondam
registrars. It is now lone since
that institution was stopped. Mar-
riago is u much simpler business
now.   It is not necessary to "call
.the banns." The hanging up of the
names for three weeks behind the
registrar's door is sufficient, or a
special license can be obtained at
one-twentieth the expense of a
journey to Grenta Green. But there
lias been another form of marriage
which could not lei-ally be solemnized in this country, namely, that
of a man with his deceased wife's
sister. I dare say many of your
readers have wondered at the anomaly which permits such marriages in
the British Colonies and forbids
them bi the parent land, bat-not
more so than we do hen. The
Prince of Wales hu spoken and
voted in favor of leaglizing these
marriages; yet tbe House of Lords
deolines to assent. In the happy
time when the Irish troubles are
over and our Senators get on to
other business, we may hopo to see
this measure of justice carried out.
Meanwhile there are many who
defy the law and do marry, even
hero. Some of tender conscience
go where the marriage is legal for
the actual ceremony. The chief
place for the celebration of such
marriages has been the Canton of
Neuchatel, in Switzerland. There
lias existed in London an agency for
the mediation of these marriages.
The persons wishing to be married
arranged the matter beforehand,
went to Neuchatel, depetited their
papers and took a lodging (here,
usually, of course, in one of the
hotels.   For the marriage they paid
la fee of 100 francs to the State and
25 francs to the municipality. The
approaching marriage was publicly
announced, and after the bridal
couple had received the license from
tho State and settled affairs with
the agency, the civil marriage took
place at the registrar's office. If a
religious ceremony was also desired,
as was usually the case with English people, it.was always celebrated
ih the Ohurch of Serrieree. About
twenty . English marriages have
usually been celebrated' at Neu-
liatel every year, and this modem
Gretna Green has been used for
about half a century. Last year
the central Swiss authority notified
the cantonal Government of Neuchatel that these marriages must
cease to enjoy Swiss protection—
why, is not. stated. Consequently
early this year it was stopped, and
those who desired to break the iniquitous law must go elsewhere to
do so,
SmuneraifMlM tt.AIUallr.
The Anchor liner Anchoria, just
arrived from New York after a
quick run, reports as follows:
"About .'150 miles oast of the American coast and on tlie borders of the
Gulf stream, the vessel passed
though a phenomena which, although frequent on a small scale,
aro extremely rare on suoh maximum grandeur of scale as that
which enrapturd the observers on
the Anchoria. After the vessel had
beon running over twenty-four hours
in a dense fog, the water uround
suddenly became to luminous that
the mile-long shoals of small fish
darting uround the vessel seeking refuge from Ihe sharks and other de-
louring enemies gave the leu the
appearance nf a vast cauldron of
boiling jewels, while the furrows of
foam from tho great ship's bows
rolled iu such biasing massis of light
violet flame as rendered the smallest
thread in the ship's rigging ns clearly
visible as in bright sunshine and enveloped the vessel in suoh a muss of
dazzling light violet c.'iloreil glare
that tho engines had to be slowed u
few hours until a storm of wind
bursting nut from the north-west
cleared olt the fog and broke tbe
wholo visible surface of the ocean
into llr/ing iTe.stn of ilame-liko foam
of such brilliancy that tlie whole
oi-irrin seemed ablaze with tho fleeting, Hashing flame, the whole horizon line having the appearance of
un immense belt of light-blue fire,
In short, Ihn whole phenomenon
was suoh a one as is rarely seen,
the oldest und widest travelled seamen aud oflicers never have
seen anything at all to compare
with it. This beautiful pyrotechnlo
display of nature lasted from 11 p.
in, to 3:30 a, m., until lost in the
rclipising light of dawn."—JT, Y.
Graphic.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Himl.n.rr B__mrla|.-.A UIU I. SI.V
Dnlllag la  F»n«r.--Vclliiw Fever
Aboard Mill,,.
Tk. Mexican EltctlMU ■«■■! li. rent.
deal  Bias  Bella  Be-EIe<Hed.~Tkfi
, Tuckers' r.ire-ill».-Tlic Byna-
. mile Pl.t.
LAST NIOHT'8 llKSI'ATCHIiS.
HOVAl, MI'LBNIIOl'll.
Kim, July 14. -The Eni|ioror William arrived hero this iiiuriiing. He
drove through the town tn Ihe harbor
and was greeted with great enthusiasm.
The steamers wore gaily decorated. At
Barbarossa bridge he alighted from his
carriage and entered a Man-of-war's
boat which took htm to tbe yacht
Hohenzollern. As lie boarded the vessel the squadron fired salutes and tho
yards were manned, After the differ,
ent vessels of the fleet had got under
way and sailed past the Imperial yacht
that vessel also put to sea, leaving Ihe
hsrbor at 10 o'clock. The manoeuvres
of the fleet were executed with admirable precision and were watched by
thousands of persons from the shore
and npon the -"ooks of vessels. Several
private vessels accompanied the fleet to
sea.
OH 10 INDIA.
Londoh, July 14.—Tlie renewed
attacks of German newspaper, un England, en everything English together
with recent events in Germany, clearly
indicate that Prince Bismarck has some
measure in store for the punishment
of England. If Russia were allowed a
free hand to her aspirations regarding
India it would undoubtedly draw her
attention from Constantinople for some
yean to come. The completion of the
trans-Caspian railway to a point a hundred miles from Dauchak brings that
line within five hundred miles of the
network of Indian railways, and the
rapid progress made by the Russians
in building the road would soon enable
them to reaoh the desired goal. That
Russia has some great military object
in view in harrying forward the work
on this railway cannot for a moment
be doubted by any military official
who has been over it. At convenient
points along the road, at the line is
being extended, in addition to forts
and other meant of defence, the Russians have distributed immense numbers of cattle and established pasturages for them to grate in. In fact it
haa become an immense commissariat
and can undoubtedly supply provisions
lor a largo army for several years without drawing much on home resources.
Children &%forffc,WiC*-*wk
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
BOUI.4SOKR  ItECOVBRISO.
Pabis, July 16.—General Boulanger
ia progressing favorably, and unlets
some unforseon complication arises his
complete recovery ia looked for within
a few weeks.
THBOUOII A   BKIDOB.
Cl.kbhdbn, Texas, July 10.—In
consequence of a washout, the Fort
Worth snd Denver railway northbound
passenger train waa laat night precipitated through a bridge. Engineer
Wm. Smith, and fireman Jamet Wilson
were instantly killed.
MBXIUiN ELECTION.
Vera Cbuz, July 111.—The full election returns show that President Diaz
has heen re-elected with but two dissenting votes. The government carried the elections everywhere, excepting in one district in the territory of
Tepio. The government hat no opposition in congress.
CAR. PKBLE'S COLD   WAVE.
Sah Fkancisco, July lit. — Tho
weather hat greatly moderated, Ihe
thermometer registering 72° this
morning, a decline of 21° from yesterday. Do.patchc. from different parts
of the alate report the weather much
cooler.
HEAT KILLED  HIM,
Los Angeles, July 10.—The body
of John Schiltzingor, a drummer from
San Francisco, was brought in this
morning on the Southern Pacific train.
The deceased wns overcome by heat
while crossing the desert yesterday.
TRE IIVIUMRE PLOT.
Chicago, July 16. —It was reported
this morning that Chief Arthur telegraphed Engineer Perry, of the Illinois Central read, chiof of the Chicago
division, authorizing him to procure
tlie best logtil counsel in Chicago for
Chairman H go, the alleged arch-dy-
nainiter ef thu Burlington strikers, slso
saying that tire fight ill Hugo's interest
would be tn tlio bit'er end, lis the
ohief felt certain lie '..ns innocent. A
r,-(lurti-r f.-uml Engineer Perry, who
saiiti "Yes, I am in communication
with Cliii-f Arthur. Vou may contradict    Hint    lUllliit, ,  tliough,''    ridiurd
Perry, ciutiously; " 1 have received
no.suoh instruction." Then' lio said :
" It is tlio opinion of Ihe br< tlierhoid
that H ge is innocent. I cannot siy
as 11 whether ho will be defended by
tho brotherhood or nut. We believe
tli it in spite of detectives hired l>y lho
" Q ' people tlint tho btothorbood and
it* officers will lie acquitted of any
etiilty knowledge or complicity in the
dynamite conspiracy. Tliu brotherhood
is as law-abiding as are any of the railroad officials. Reckless oharaoters mny
be found hanging on the best organizations, but the great brotherhood will
come out of tliis fight with its mustache
uiisinged and no smell of fire on its ulster."
TEACHBBS' CONVENTION.
San Francisco, July 16.—Trains
from all directions brought crowds of
teachers this morning. Nearly two
hundred arrived on the steamer Oregon
from Portland. The fifth session of
the national counoil of education was
devoted this morning to the reading of
reports of the committee on elementary
eauoation end the dismmion of the
•ubjeot ef " Waste in Education."
sheeidak'b condition.
New Bedford, July 10.—General
Sheridan was rather restless during
the night, but slept fairlr well and thit
■horning took milk and crackers. Pulse.
98; respiration, 28,
HIKE WOOL.
.Washinoton, July 16;—The house
committeo of the whole resumed tbe
del-ate on the tariff thia morning. The
free wool clause was discussed until 1
p. m.:, when, by vote, yeas 93, nays
122, tliu house refused to strike wool
from the freo list. The discussion of
the woollen schedule continued, and
ufter slight changes in the carpet and
carpoting clauses, the woollen schedule
was finished. January 1st, 1889, was
fixed ss the dato on whioh it should go
into e*-1'
DYNAIUTERS' TRIAL.
Chicaoo, July 16.—Tlie trial of the
"Q" dynamiters was resumed this
morning in Judge Grtsham's courl.
Alexander Smith wat a witness for Ihe
railroad company. Hit evidence went,
to implicate the prisoners in the plot,
and said he got the dyntmite cartridge
from Bowles for the purpose of patting
it on the" Q" track.
WILL BE CONFIRMED.
Washington, July 16. — Senator
Frye says when the time arrives for it,
Fuller's nomination for ohiof justice
will be confirmed.
YHLIOW JACK. ■'■'• ■■
Washington, July 16. — Surgeon
General Hamilton, of the marine hospital service, received a communication
tu-day from the surgeon in charge of
the quarantine station at Ship Island,
near New Orleans, stating the Norwegian bark Magnola, from Rio de
Janeiro, has arrived with several cases'
of yellow fever on board. The vessel
left Rio de Janeiro with a clean bill of
health and during the passage the captain and four teamen died of the
scouige.
WANTS DVELUNU  ABOLISHED.
Paris, July 16.—Bishop Freppel in- r
troduced a bill in the chamber of deputies to-day abolishing duelling, tnd demanded urgency for the measure. In
the course of his remarks in introducing the bill, the bishop referred particularly to the recent encounter between
Floquet and General Bonlanher. The
demand for urgency wu rejected by
the chamber.
Late Canadian News.
Montreal, July 10.—Mrs. Banra-
han, bucket shop proprietor, kat
opened another bucket thop here and
defies the law to reach her. She it
said to be making (60,000 ta (60,000 a
year in this city alone. It
Toronto, July 10.—Tht body of the
young girl found in the bay Saturday
turned out to be that of Mitt Jennie
Irving. The story of the young girl't
death involves a tale of domestic infelicity, youthful foolishness and finally
despair and suicide. The cast it peculiar, involving a wife and mother',
unhappinest, a husband's perfidy and a
young girl't dishonor and death. The
case it being fully investigated.
Toronto, July 10.—Counterfeit |3
notes of the Bank of British North
America have been circulated in thit
city. Several hive been recently pre;
tented at the counters of the Bank of
Britith North America and Imperial
Banks. Everyone presented softr hat
been stamped as being counterfeit and
not to be reissued.
Montreal, July 12. — A severe
storm visited many eastern points yesterday. Telegnphio communication
wat deranged and townt tnd fences
levelled. At St. Oroatlant a church
wat ttruck by lightning and completely wrecked.
Ottawa, July 13. — Comptroller
White sayt no disquieting newt reletivo
to the doings of the half-breeds In the
Northwest hat been reoeived hen.
General Middleton't friends claim
that there it nothing in the contention
that he hit become ineligible to command the militia because of his retirement from Imperial service. The general sayt ho is a major-general iii re-
sorve of the Imperial army, and liable
for lervico up to November 4th, 1889.
He alto holdt a commission at major-
general in the Canadian militia, and
nlso a warrant as such to convene tnd
commission court-martials,
Toronto, July 13.—The Uth wu
celebrated here u never before. The
enthusiasm was altogether greater thtn
it ever has been. The streets wen
lined with people who watched the*
Eroceasion, whicli was composed of not
isa than 55 lodges, or not lest than
10,000 persons in all, and look an hour
to pass a given point. The cily wu
filled with visitors, and all business was
suspended. Addresses woru delivered
on the exhibition grounds by Mayor
Clark, H. E. Clark, M. P.P., Goldwin
Smith, Rev. Dr. Wild, Galbraith, Sib-
bald and others.
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Job printing of all kinds natty dent
tt the Columbun offioe. Prices will bt
found at low tt .at any othtr otbtla
the province-Ate, m ■  - -  [<rw< '•'"■ gttilg f ritish Columbian
■.■dar Evealw, Jaly it.
The Ncwsst!/*'in. an Article yesterday: "I<pBad of (Wending Hour
time worrying over the question of
duty, it is, wa think, likely to be
•much moro profitable to our own
people to urge the prompt development of our fishing for the supplying
of our Markets hefe and the demand
In atl millwlt'a wW-Bf'M." When
our cotemporary sneaks of '.'develop-
ing," we presume ho means the sea
fisheries, for the river salmon fisher-
let are pretty well developed already.
It is a very pertinent question
whether the "time" whioh our cotemporary grudges "worrying over the
question of duty" would not be the
bett possible investment as a means
to the end—"tho prompt development of our fisheries"—provided,
of course, the "worrying" resulted
In the aforesaid "duty" being placed
lieyohd the possibility of ''worrying"
anybody again.
Our friond of the News endeavots
lo return to tho subject of the effect
of duty or no duty upon British
Columbia's fishing industries. Like
Mr. Pickwick in his Ipswich adventure with a middle-aged lady in yellow curl papers, he1 appears to havo
lost his way slightly, and, instead of
dealing with the subject proper—
viz., the effect of trade restrictions or
the reverse between the United
States and Canada upon our fishing
industries—he essays to draw us
into a fruitless and meaningless
disoussion as to how far east Pacifio
coast fish would penetrate in the
markets of the United States. By
his thus dropping the real question,
and switching off in the manner we
have noticed, onto a trivial side issue,
we infer that onr cotemporary is
now satisfied that he did "slightly
misapprehend the situation" in his
strictures on the Toronto Mail, nnd
that he is now prepared to admit
(whioh is the real question) that, so
far from thero being any advantages
to British Columbia from the duty
now levied, her fishing industries, as
a whole, would be considerably benefitted ky the removal of these re-
ttriotiont altogether. If our ootemporary still has any lurking doubts
on this subject, we believe we can
dispel tbe last remnant, but from
his article of yesterday we infer that"
thit would be an unnecessary task.
Should a relapse occur, however, we
shall endeavor to have the specific
forthcoming.
Thou who tell stories about their
neighbors should take warning from
the following, if they are tit all sensitive about being made to father a
talc, started by them, after it has
been the rounds. Some experiments
were made recently by a curious
person in the neighboring republic
to test the memories and receptive
powers of tohool children. The remit, probably, would not have been
any more reassuring if adults had
been the subject of the test. The
sentence, "Your redemption from tho
distress into which you have fallen
is in your own hands, and in nowise
depends on forms of government or
modes of election," was carefully
read to one out of ten selected pupils, who repeated it at exactly at
possible to the next scholar, and
this one to the third, und so on to
the tenth. The tenth pupil wrote
down what he received from tbe
ninth. In one ease the sentence
emerged from this process as, ''The
redemption of your distress is in
your own hands;" in another it was
"the invention which has fallen into
your own hand;" and the sentence
had already dwindled into this nt
tho tixth pupil. In another cue the
sentence wu whispered, instead of
distinctly rcjid, ana the process of
calling on the imagination when
the tenses give no clear ira-
preuionis illustrated in the final
result, whioh wu, "The attempts
into which we have fallen during
the government oleotion are very
low." Another mutilation of thu
unfortunate sentence read, "Redemption il in your own hands, and do-
pends on no formal government nor
love," and still another, "Our redemption for our destruction ban
nothing to do with ut." A high
school pupil, who bids fair to run a
government organ some day, distorted the original sentence into, -'Tour
distress into which you have fallen
is by no means the fault of government" With the fear of such har-
rowing remits at the foregoing before their eyas, scandal-mongers who
an at all sensitive about thoir reputation will learn to unload inio one
of Edison's infallible phonographs,
whioh will repeat faithfully only
what ii told, no matter how many
"cranio" may manipulate it.
The proposed exposition in 1892,
in whioh the "three Americna"—
North, South, and Central—will
participate (should the stupendous
conoeption be carried out) and com-
meoumtelhediWoverJrby Christopher OOlUliaTnui bt theNe* World,
it an idea that does credit ta its
originator. The chninann of the
house committee on fttt*eigti affairs
in Oongreu hu been authorized to
report a Wll providing for a permanent exposition of the "three Amer-
icu," in honor of the 400th anniver
sary of the discovery of America,
under the joint auspices of tho forty-
six states and territories and the
sixteen independent nations of tbe
Amorican continent. The bill provides that space tor the exposition
be assigned,'UfWcr the direction of
the president, *in**onie unijeoupiod
government reservation in Washington, as follows: 1. Space for a
permanent state and territorial building for a permanent exhibit of the
representative history, resources,
arts, and industries of the forty-six
states and territories of tbe United
States, to be available whenever the
states aud territories, or a majority
thereof, shall make the necessary
appropriations for the expenses of
the building and exhibit. 2. Space
for a permanent "three Americas"
building for similar permanent exhibit pf the fifteen Spanish-Amerioan
republics, the empire of Brazil, the'
dominion of Canada, and tlie various
colonies of North, Central and South
America, the space to be available
whenever such nations and colonies,
or a majority thereof, shall make
the necessary appropriations for the
expenses of building and exhibit.
3. A suitable site for a statue of
Christopher Columbus, to be available whonover the necessary funds
ore provided for tho expenses of tho
proposed statue. Such an exposition as the one suggested above, and
carried out on the lines indicated,
could not fail of being of immense
benefit to all conoernod, as well as
to the whole civilized world. It is
about time, too, that the new world
which Columbus bequeathed to posterity should make some amends for
its marked injustice to his memory,
and propitiate the insulted shade of
the heroic navigator by elevating
his effigy upon n pedestal.
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WANTED.
TEACHER   FOR   BOUNDARY BAY
School; first or second class.
r. F. RAITT.
Sec. for Trustees.
Larlnorti Lauding, July », 18SS.   dJlyDtl*
Board & Lodging.
Mrs. geo. wise has retuunkd
to New Westminster, aod will bo
pleased to receive Hoarders or Lodgers.
Addrsass Columbia Street, oppoalte Catholic Church. tljlymitt
TO CONTRACTORS.
TENDERS WIU, BE RECEIVED UN-
III noon on SATURDAY, July mat,
for tlio ereotion of
THREE SEMr-DETACIIEDTWO-STORY
DWELLINGS
On Agnes Slre.t; for D. S. Sinclair. Plans
and Hiiei-llkatlons at. my oltii'O.  Tlie low-
cstnr any tender not necessarily accented.
i3. W. GRANT,
dJIyHtd Architect.
Fire Insurance!
THE UNDERSIGNED   HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
ROYAL INSURANCE CO,
And are now prepared to take risks at
best rntes.
HAJOR-AFEAMtMM,
Insurance and Real Estate Agents,
Bank of B, C.  Building, opposite Post
Office, Westminster. dJelOml
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,    (Opp. C.P.R. Depot)
Vancouver, B. C.
HAVING LEARNT GUN MAKING
with a loading English maker I am
prepared to do all hinds of Repairing at
moderate prices.
at- Special attention to rc-stooklng and
re-brornlng.
SPUNDID (TOOK OP ENCU.I8H 0UN8.
djlyllm2
NOTICE.,
One Thousand Dollars Reward
■nUBLIO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
r that a reward of $1000 will be given
by tbe Provlnolal Government for suoh
information hs shnll lend lo the apprehension and conviction of the persons
concerned In tho robbery of the British
Oolumbla Express Company's Stage, on
the Cariboo road, on Saturday the 30th
day of June last.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provlnolal Renretiry's Office,
Victoria, Uth July, 1888, djlyjiimt
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Since that time t havo never been without them. Thoy rughlute the bowels,
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P of Kootenay will bo held at the following places, via.:'
At FarwelI, on Friday,the 30thproximo.
At Donald, on Friday, the 27th proximo.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
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Provincial Secretary's OtHce,
mh June. 1888. dje20td
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REAL.KaTATE. INSURANCE AND
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Oppoalte the Post Office.  All persons desiring to buy or aell Real Estate, negotiate
Loans,or insure their Lives or Property,
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iTOTIOB-
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ply to the Chief Commli-doi
antlWorksforaJlcenselo ci
away timber from ihe folio-
laBinNeWtWestiftln!      "
6*mmencJn«at»Hta!
mile east -Worn'the sl... __
Channel, Htiwe Sound, oh the nUH,u ».»-.
of a creek, In a direct east Une from the
north end of Anvil Island; thence south
120 chains; thenee oast 40 chains; thenoe
north 120 chains; thence northeast 120
ehains; thence west 40 ohalni; thence
southwest 120 chains, to the point of commencement.        JOHN A. WEBSTER,
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TUESDAY A THURSDAY morning at
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at Whatcom the same evoning.
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only stage making the trip lu one day,
thereby saving time and expense for passengers.
Passeugers convoyed to and taken from
any Hotel in town.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
80 days after dnto wc intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of the-folt >winjt described
lands situate on Vancouver island, east
shore, described as follown:
Commencing at the southwest corner of
the lease claim now held by us, whioh
corner is abont one mile south of the head
of Stella Lake thenco as follows:   Enst 40
chains.soutli 100 chains, enst 10 chains,
south 40 chains, east 40 ohalns. south 120
chains, west 80 chains, south 80 chains,
west-KOchains, south 40 ohnlns, west 200
chains, north 40 chnins, west-flO chains,
north 80 chains, west SOf chains north 460
chains, more or less, to the southwest
corner of the  Hastings  Sawmill   Co.'s
claim; thence east 80 ohalns, south 40
chains, east 100 ohnlns, sou h 80 chains,
eastltlo chains to the west boundary of
claim now held by tis; thonce south 40
chains, moreor less, to point commencement,   Snld described lands containing
22,000 acres be the same more or less-
New Westminster, July Uth, 1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By thoir Agent,
djyllml CnAni-ua E. Wooda,
THE WHITE IS KING
TJARTIES DESI1IODS OP PUR0HA8-
JT In. should not full to glTe tli.se celebrated Machines a trial.
c. j. sesson,
A„ent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated Whit.
Bromae Mo.uiuent Co. djeirjtc
North Brl.ish and
Mercantile
.JIBE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1600.
Authorized Capital,   •
Subscribed     "
Paid up,
Fire Fund b Reserves, as
at Disk Deo., 1887,
BevcDt*** Fin Branch,
£3,0001000
*2,50O,0OO
025,000
1,188,111
l,*H»,M4
ti^r Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 8. JAQUES,
Agent Inr Kew Westminster City and
District. ilje25to
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connect lim In the East and elsewhere very considerably, we are In a position to give prlees on any class of Machinery that msy be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Boilers, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Busi! Tinners, Wood Lathes, Band
Haws, Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes, shaping Maohines,
Shingle Maohines, Lath
Maohines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Haw Mill*, Portable Engines and Boilers, nnd Hoisting
Engines.  Alio, John Bertram
A Sons' nnd The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines and Crushers of olther
tho Martin or Baird make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Haws, Solid or Inserted
Toelh, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whieh we carry ln
stock.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avity's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short nut.ee, aa well as Paints and
Oils, Axes nnd Edge Tools of tlio celebrated llrond moke, Wire Rope, Plumb*
ora and Stenm Fitters supplies Ac,
We an sole agents In this Province for
the JOHN  DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Mnrlne work oannot bo excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER aTeONARD,
Cambt. St..   Opp. S.w.-AdT.rlls.r,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
W. C. LOYE,
sjot asi Sboe Ibktr.
R-tpfiirlng Neatly don*.' Cork Sola
Work m HpmmttUy.
■orOrders promptly attwMd to.
CU?k»M St., lnrearbf Colonial Ho>
tel, next to Rand Bros,'offloe. dnoltc
JtfO.£iaE.
30UB.T WILL DG HELD
_ >H ou MONDAY tbe MM
UO o'olock In tb. forenoon.
..' By OomUand,
WM. DODD,
Kei.Utr.rC. C.
Lytton, II. C, 7th July, ISH-     ilwJIyBW
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes pf the
Post Office.
THIOMB ALL NEWLY FORNISU.EP,
Ehe single or en sulle. For full prrrtlrrr-
lars, apply to
MRS. E. 0. STIRSKY,
Columbia Htri'i-1,
dJc_7to      Opp. Roman Catbollo Cliuri'lr,
THOROUGHBRED BULL
W. E. FALES,
H»«TICAL UNDERTAKER.
Rnb»fm!ng » bpecUlty.
De-sUr in Woodtn and Matalle Burial Oaskets* Fasierkls eondweted*
A full Mne of Coflin Trtmmlngi always on
bsnd, Parties at« distance supplied at
shortest! notice. Satisfaction* guattm-
teed In erery particular.
dwocitc Columiia St. New Wut.
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.
THB LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT
BD STOCK OF
English, Frenoh, Sotch,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Evirr Shown lii^w ^v^lmlnsler.
Westof England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANS0N,
Columbia St., Opp. MoKemle St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, II. C.
dnplSto .
C.E. WOODS A. C, GAMBLE,
Urn 8uinY0«.     '    '  Moran Poiui.
MJiirflwMaifi
LAND SURVEYOR8,
&eal bteiit LuonnNi riaasoial Agnti
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-ksammtTm »o-b
FIRE.-Thc Westorn o( Toronto.Tho .Etna, Tho City ot London, and Th. Hart-
fold.
un.-Tho New York Life Insui-anee Oo.
ACOIDBilT-TheTravellm'of Hartford
Land Inrreylng n_.ll lta liranakHao-
I'lirutoiy and promptly carrM out.
I'ltr an* ««»«»»•» Land, for lal..
We can show a complete list of desirable
localities.
KarMlng Lands, Improved and unlra-
prove.i, throughout the dlslrloU
Mining and other lloek bought and
sold.
■•nay t. Loan on ant mo**lfH.at
low rates. 	
T«ub*ho**«Oah.1Io.S8.
I'.O. DRAwaaW.
WOODS, TDkXU«0ASBU,
Ofnoi,Etuiriluw,  •  MiwiiuStiiit
SEW WESTMINSTER.
dmhltle
FOR SALE.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of the Finest Location* In th. City.
JL^JLttrnXtZ
OP THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY AORES.
House, Barn; 40 acres fenoed and under
cultivation.
♦1000Cash; Balano. on long time.
Jk. FARM
OP TWO HUNDRED AND l*ORTY
AORES.
100' aores good Prairie; Balance easily
cleared.   Oood Barn and other Improvement..
Fart down; Balance on time.
Also-n number ol Wageqa, Bug-
Bet-, Slelrts, Hnrnrsa, Cattle,
orief*. «c.
CAU, ON OR ADDRESS
HENDERSON IMS.,
OJellle OWtUimACrx.
Q-R-I-P
Canada's Comic Paper.
.T.W.'BENGOUGH,  -   Artist nnd Krtltor
Issued Weekly.
$2»Y«»r, $t for Six Konthi.
GIMP IS 1H0RKA8INO IK INPUT-
ence nnd popularity every year! It
is a supreme household favorite, while
every Politician and Professional anil
Business Han enjoys the clever hits
which appear ln evory Issue. Hubserllie
now!
See our Premium and clubbing List,
Circulars giving full particulars sent free.
iVLook out for Grip's Comic Alma*
nnc ibr 1888*  Price 10 eenls.
Addross
GRIP PUBLISHING OO.
dnoaoadllb TORONTO, ONT.
JUST   RECEIVED!
A CAR LOAD OF
farm,  Lumber. Democrat
and Express
WAGONS
Of the very best Quality.
We have alio on hand a lot of
£PS
Whloll tte will sell Cheap.
RepairJng,Patnting & Trimming
At Reasonable Rates.
Bla-ckfiUttlllBg of every descrip
tton dona satisfactorily and with prompt
nets.
dwjsljle REID & OURRIE.
LITTLE MAIWELL
NO EQUAL.
ONLY FOUR LEFT
FOR THIS 8KASON.
lUr
•      M* CCHPAHV,
WE8TMINSTEB.
ilwJI-rtUr
Ham8on Ho^Spiinp, B.C.
SUITS AHD rilABVBK RISOBT.
STBAU, SAIL A BOV BOATS ON HAND
■wl-aalM. hssr-nl rrlnase laiks.
With expeflonowl Atiendanta.
LADIES   DEPABTMBHT  BKPABAIB.
T«| ll.»0 I. |l.«lt»r tar.
OuJ_rlmll«.from Awwla Slatlon, O. P.
Caeurslon rates tood (or m t)eye ttm
feslmliister to AHull putlou an*»-
torn, W. Satoriar exourelpii rate, lood
until taMowIm Monday, W.oa.Comlort-
abl.Staie. mMl.ll iralna. Ttekejjean
b*obMMd at R. a Okie..      dllWMlll
tajk.x,mt.
mHE UNDEUHIONED OPKKHk Rnll
1 Buio Ills splendid Bull, KIlNMt; mil',
which earrlerl ofl'tliir prlso hi llio liwi Phi-
vIliclHl Exhibition, Irelir el CIllllwliii.il
last fall. Tills Alio imliiiiil Is Just tw.i
yearsold.-andIs a monster Minn fi.i- liln
age. Particulars unit peiilnri'e fnrlrl-li .1
on application, "llorrnlc Uny" Isiiitltieil
fill-sale nt 11 bargain lieiriiti_n I Irnvti rrn
mom for him.
K. IIODIIHON,
dwmyMIc Nnitrilinii, 11. I*.
B. C. Mmunaiital Works
CHURCH STREET.
ALEX. HAMILTON, PROPRIETOR
The above Works aro rc-opirneil ami in
addition to the present marble stni'lr
will shortly receivesoveralMi'it-
uments of the finest
ABERDEEN & NEW BRUNSWICK GRANITE.
dwje27to
MAJOR & PEARSON
Renl Estate Broken*, anti
Financial AgentN.
AGENTS FOB
Confe'deratlon Life Assoelatlon uf
Toronto.
Hoyal and Lancashire Ftre Iiimii-
anee Companies.
«a.Vulnnble Lots for nn\e hi the Clt,V
and District of Westminster; nml nholci*
Lots In tlie City of Vnncouver.
Persons wlslilnu to buy or sell city fit'
rural property should com mini lent c with
tis.
Oflices: Bunk of B.C. bulldlnn, opposlto
postomce,Westmhistcr,and Hasting"hi.,
Vanoonvor. dwnplBtc
re
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL,
«»,!iOO,000
T>OI.IUIES EFFECTED ANB ALL
J" claims paid without reference to liny
other ofllce, by tho General Agents In
Victoria.	
AUKNlfl IM NKW WlMTMINHTKItr
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
8, HANK BUMiPm(iS-
dwmylBtc
PORT lUMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trec$,
Ornamental Trees,
Small i'nilK
And OARDKN HTOCK on hnnd lu tireta
vnrloty.
Everything first-class und furnished In
good shape.
MuHcnd 15 ots. for vuliiiihle SJI-tiiijrc Descriptive Cutalogna with 0 heaiuirm uol*>
oretl plates.  Prlco Lists sent free,
G. W. HKNRY,
dwdeietc Port Hammond, 11. C.
MIMcRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INPOIIM THE   PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
▲ FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch and Irish
Twcedm and  Fancy
Trouserings.
80OULLAR-3 OLD STAND
CoLumu St.,   -   New Wkstminhtwi.
dwmhffilo
— T3
I
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Everywhere, and the
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IN THB WOULD.
It circulates In every Stale aud Territory
of tbo Union.
It may be found ou the News siiui.ls In
every largo oily.
The vast body of Its subscribers nre peopla of wealth and culture.
No other Dally published In New York
City hns so large a mall circulation.
-THE-
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There Is hardly m Post .offlee In the
United States -where at least a few
raples are not received eaell week
by subscribers.
It embraces the best features of Thk
Daily Graphic, pictorial and literary,
for the preceding six dnys. It Is the largest flrst-class Illustrated Weekly Issued,
Is told for half the price of Its rivals, contain* the lutest news and market reports,
and Is acquiring a phenomenal circulation.
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THE NKKIMN MAP KIO M*MW,
-djeltat    WA4lParkPIa»,NawY©*. ^^m
^fie coqversation'g given otft f f f^.i
' There 19 an awful pause; - "
She sits ahd homft nor liandkorcUicf, ,-.
i Ho flits and hoina und huws. - •   ■**:
Ho gazes on her blushing face, \
Ik* »i»:eH on her I'uot,
Thou in il whisper lioarso ho nays,
"Yoursweotonoughtoeut!"- j
Bhe blushes nt tlio compliment,
Although sho murmurs "bosh;"  \
D« nearer draws his chnir and adds,'
Yes, Jane, you aro, by gosh 1"
The handkerchief drops from hoi-hand,
She stoops nnd so dyes ho;
Tlielr heads together como. Sho laughs.
How awkward, John, you be]"
Hor eheok is brushing his, it is; \
Sho does notdriiwitback;
no looks around and thou bestows
Oh lta rousingsmuuk. •?,
Bho draws it back, now flaming red—
■ A sight to look upon-
Atid Buys,  You surely never did
Uo thut on purpose, Johnl"     \
"Well, yoa, I did," ho unsworn her,
And wllh a flash of wit *.
no .aids: "I (ll.t. and m&ra than that,
I ain't ashiiuiiul a bit."
Thnir chairs nro bnlhlogothor now; •
. Thelroyos Willi juv nro bright:       |
Joo's hanakorolilof.l'm much afraid,
Will not bo hummed '.o-nigtit.
—Boston Courier.
I
STREET PORTERS IN MEXIOO.
Their Powerful Muscles and Othor Valu-
ji- able Qualities.
In Madrid, they cull street porters, or
messengers, mozos de eordel, the latter
word referring to the cord they carry for
tying tip bundles or lashing packages together. TOo havo the same thing here,
only wo call them enrgadores.
Thoy nre n class by themselves, wearing
brass numbered nudges, and strictly honest. They aro trusted to nny extent, and
nro most admirable men. They carry enormous loads on their shoulders, and
sometimes literally break their hearts by
rupture from carrying too heavy loads.
It is a curious tiling tbat a cargador
will curry on bis shoulders n load he cannot lift with Ms arms. The load is, of
courso, first placed there by other men.
■ I will put h Mexican cargntlor ngainst a
Parker House porter, tho best man my
friend Bcckman can select, and, after the
porter has picked out a big trunk, tbe
big.-est he can carry, I will wager that
tlio Mexican cargndor will tote trunk nnd
portei'tppt
This does not look as if Mexican beana
nml tortillas were a bad diet for making
muscle.
Trust tho licensed cargatior to carry
your watch to the jeweler's, to bring a
bag of silver dollars from tho bank, to
lend your horse to tho stable, to carry
your trunk to the .-nation, to move you
from one room to another If you nra ill,
to take your children tc school, and to do
n gooil hour's work for all tho way from
13 to 23 cents, and then to thank you with
a courtesy no New Euglander can command.— Correspondence of BostouHerald.
/ FOUR CURIOUS WAGERS.
Ginm Old-Time Expressions of tbe Hotting Folly,
' Among tho most extravagant nnd most
r useless bets ever mado was that laid by
n f mint ic iu Kngliuid,|Who,undortopk for
ncei'tuiusuraand wii bin it preposterously
short spuco of time to eat forty-five beef-
bteuks aud drink forty-live pots of strong
beer.
It is not recorded whether his enthusiasm eamo oil victorious or died of apoplexy.
AniongthewngerswhichmaybDranked
!:i tlio hurmli'MH but foolish category is
that of tho country gentleman near
Shrewsbury, who betted tbat lie had the
handsomest leg in the kingdom, and
backed his opinion by the stake pt a large
•state.
He won his wager, and A picture Is still
extant tu the family mansion representing the measuring of the legs of the different competitors.
There is one exceptional bet the futility
nf whieh is revealed by its sly humor. It
tt that ofthe individual who staked a
considerable sum, not on the credulity,
bat on the caution of mankind. He betted
that he would stand for a whole day on
London bridge with a tray full of sovereigns fresh from .the mint, and bean-
able to find a purchaser for them at a
penny apiece.
There he stood from morn to dewy eve
ind he did not dispose of one sovereign.
There was a bet deoided in 1600 in the
Ctstle Yard, York, between two gentlemen, as to which should succeed in assuming the most singular and original char-
n uter.
One competitor appeared with his bat,
cont and waistcoat profusely adorned with
Lank notes of various denominations, and
a purse of gold iu one hand.
His rival wasdressod on ono side like a
fashionable lady, with asilk stocking and
»lipper,and one-halt of his face painted,
wi   Ou t ho other side he assumed the guls« of
a male negro, with top boot and spur.
Tho wise men of York unanimously decided that the gentleman plastered with
money had won tho wager.—Chicago
News. :
An Intelligent Jury* \ '<
Several lawyers were discussing tha
I jury system yesterday atthe recess,
"1 can tell you of an instance," said one
| nf tliem, "illustrating the utter imbecility
-yon mightcall it—of theaverargo juror.
"Tbo case was on a promissory note for
1 |3,000.  The point which tho defendant
Hindu was that thero was no consideration.   There wns ouo of two things upon
1.' vhich the lawyers agreed—the man who
J;ave the note owed Itorhedldn'towe H.
VP'ljuflO were the two propositions,   The
fi'i'uumcutsweie mado upon them. The
puiy retired nud brought in a verdict for
iii".).   Aud that is u sample of your aver-
t;go juror."—Chicago Times, -
- ■ ■     -■ -, • t       - ,   ■!..
Worthy of Imitation, k       .,
In Denmark it is customary for friends
I ii send to tho relatives of a person who
Jims died what Isculletl a "Good Works
I Curd," in place of the usual floraltributes.
These cards ai'o of whito pasteboard,
Ipriuttid hi silver, and nre issued byvari-
I. iih charitable organisations.   On each
fi .,U is the namo of t ho society which is-
s it; in the centre Is an ivy wreath on
Iv .deli tho name of the deceased may be
jv'iiten; and at the foot Is a spade for tho
: 'vim* of tho sender,
Tho cards are sold in bookstores for a
.iiU-Tutesum,
Had Loit Her QaWer.
.    Bhe wanted to take some lesions la
V archery, but she was very, very verdant.
[    "Have you a, bow and quiver?" asked
I the teacher.
" Ye-ye-yes," she hesitated, "I have a
I beau, but I haven't a quiver any more.
! He's been coming for about two months
j now, aud I'm used to iV'^Woahlnfiton
L Critic. 	
-Perhaps Personal. ' t
., Professor (to class In physiea>-"Now,
f describe this electrical machine, If you
} please."
Head Boy-"It consists of a large glass
wheel turned by a crank." [Applause
I from the class.]-IM. -,3_,-^. .
Ut ERAtURE" NEAR THEPOLtf.   *
—I''. v.'."*. j:7
How Sailors of WAnlbig kltyif In the Ajrctlc
Ocean Get Tlielr Ruiiliitg Matttr,
'"What do weftib with 'w man#'.'old
papers?    Send them up to the Arctlo
Ocean. "
It was tho proprietor of an outfitting
storo on Pacific street, and he was answering the inquiry of the reporter as to
what he wanted of 5,000 old pictorial and.
story papers, for whioh he had adver-.
tised.
"To the Arctic Ocean! And what do
you do with them there?"
"Wo send them up to the sailors on
whaling vessels. About 800 tailors engaged through us, aro up there over half
the year, and to each one of these we send
at least fifteen papers every season. They
are glad to get most anything In tlie
shapo of a paper, but most of tho men
like magazines better than anything
else."
"Bo you depend entirely on tlie answers
to your advertisements for your stock of
papers?"
"No; wo go to each ono of the nowspapers In this oity, both weekly nnd
dally, and get baok numbers. And then
we send to eaeh of tha sailors a few of the
current Issues of tbe oity papers. These
papers came here in answer to our advertisement," and he pnt his hand on a stack
three feet high. Some of the numbors
dated back eight or nine years.
"Hero is another stock of papers," and
he pointed to a heap of paper two feet
tall, "that is ready to be assorted and
dono up In bundles, one for each ship."
"These letters, do they also go?" A
long box full of yellow euvejopes, each
with a superscription to somebody nu
some whaleshlp, "Arctic Ocean," lay be-
eide the papers.
"Yes, we send each year-one-letter to
each man. Of Course they like to know
what Is going on here, and we write a
general account of maUer** of interest and
personal gossip, and whatever we think
tin? men would.like to know."
'You don't write ii different Individual
letter to each man, do you?"
* Oh, no. We bunch them as much ns
possible aud make tbe sumo letter iu
duplicate do for several luen. These letters are all ready to bo sent lip next week
ou the Bear, but It will bo about a month
before t lie papers and letters are all fixed
up and started off. The men exchange
their papers and letters, so that whnt we
send keeps tho entlrn fleet In read! tig matter through the season."—San Francisco
Examiner. ■*■•*■
THE NOTE-TAKER IN HONDURAS.
Where the reoplo Seem To lie Destitute
of Energy*
I have observed that tho people are. for
the most part, honest. One finds little
downright stealing. They live in ono
place generation alter generation,
They aro lazy, and if they, havo made
money enough the first three days of tlio
week to last them for the next four, you
maybe sure they will dono moro work.
They work When they must, never When
they feel like' it. The latter caso is unknown.
When they think it about timo to stop
work, they stop. Our American way of a
day's work for a day's pay Is something
entirely and absolutely new to them*
Clocks aro unknown, but they tell the'
time accurately by the sun; and they do
haven great deal of sun, as a rule 94 degrees iu the huts at noon.
They do not seem, to marry; they be-
lievo'inthedoctrlno'of ttev hwe. There
nronoprJL.su lor mile.i around.     >
The maxim of these peonle, and they
livo up to it, seems* to be* manana"(tomorrow). Everything is mauana, or, as
we Wonld putitln English, "Do not do
to-day what you ean pnt off till to-morrow."—Sun Francisco Chronicle.
 ,  \
SATAN AND,THE-BI8HOP.
A Good Story of m Popular Superstition.
All over the north ot KijroDetiw greatest aversion Is felt tobrtbe, first to etili-r
'a now building orgoorer a newly built
bridge. If to do this is not thovg|(t%very-
where and in all cases to entail death, It
is considered supremely unlucky.  /
Several German legends are connected
witii this superstition.
The reader, if he has been to Aixla-
Chapelle, has doubtless had the: rift in
tbo great door pointed out to him, and
has beeu told how it came there. Tho
devil nnd tho architect mode a compact
that tho first should supply the plans and
the second gain the kudos; and thedevil'a
pay was to be the first who crossed tho
threshold when the church was built.
When the building was nearly complete thearchitect'sconscieucesmotehlni,
and ho confessed the compact to tbe bishop.
'."We'll do him," saM the pretate; tftat
Is to Bay, ho said something to this olT.ct.
In terms more appropriate to tbe oentury
lu vhich he lived and to his high ecclesiastical office.
When tho procession formed to-enter
the building for ibe consecration, tho
devil lurked In ambush behind a pillar,
and fixed bis wicked ayeon a flue, fat and
succulent llttlo chorister as his destlued
prey. But, alas, for his hopes; this fat
little boy bad beeu given his instructions,
and, as bo neared the great door, loosed
tho chain of a wolf and sent it through.
The evil, ono uttered a bowl of rage,
snatched up the wolf and rushed away,
giving the door a kick M he passed it that
split the solid oak.   !*'■. .
■ ..—    i—-i.» ,—. ■  —
HU Off Dtp
"Don't yon find the life of a tramp very
disagreeable?"
"Not generally, bnt I'm twj much
•^tu^t^T'''-:#***W-   -
- "Yes.-I'ra fcrlrtta'dftaUpUtortoonfl-
doilCO." _  . .   ...
"How'sthat!" ' ""Vf'' ' j
"Well, I saw a grocer rap tip a hex of
sardines and lay It on the counter, I
grabbed for it and ran. I loped about:
two miles before I opened It, anil then 1
found a oaks of soap. I had ttniok tbe
wrong package. No, life Isn't always a
bower of roses. "-Lincoln Journal. *
r ,.       /' a-
Uneipeotcil Gritltttda. *•
"I adopted that boy," be said, With tlio
tears running down his fans. -I took
him out of the workhopie wlnn hi was a
lad, and I kept and fed htm for nine
yenrs, mid he's prrttl mc back by running
off'withmywifp. '        j        ; »'i'
"UnitJ.ineri," lie continued, wiping his
fnw, "I'llKtninl yon 11 bottle of wine.
Yiiittlnii't oftr>ir nifi't wltb gratltuilo in
tin's world, Irrrl n kind net is snn to bring
itn'i.M-n reward.. I'vu sent him a check
for tw6!"—dilrUJr Solid Muldoon,
III ir.litrul.tion.       , y
"I say, Jopes, do you know much about
Griggsf"' ■■'■'     [Iw*-*'
.   "So, but I shell tlrls afternoon,"
"How'stbatl" '
• "I lent hlmsayrr.lr-rday.aadha promised to pay it-buck at 3 o'olOQk, to-day,' —
*D*!nnnl.    . .    a. ,   . ' .   . in ut.em'*', ii     .        **       ■
f.stmtmt^n
And Caxbuucles rutv.lt friJiuiidebiliui (.I'd
impoverished, or impure condition of the
Wood. Ayer's SarsapariUa prevents ami
cures theseeruptions and painful tumors,
by removing their cause; tho only effect.
nal way of treating thein.
Ayer's flarsaparilla has prevented the
usual course of Boils, which havo pained
and distressed me every soason for several years.— G.-Scales, l'laiuvillo, Mich,
I was badly troubled with Pimples on
the faco; also with a discoloration of the
■kin, which showed Itself in ugly dark
patches. No external treatment did
more than temporary good. Ayer's Bar-
■aparllla effected
A Perfect Cure,
end I have not boen troubled since —
T. W. Boddy, River st., Lowell, Mass.
I was troubled wllh Rolls, nnd my
health was muoh Impaired. I bepan
using Ayer's Sarsnpitrilla, and, In due
time, the eruptions all disappeared, and
my health was completely re^t-ored.—
Toh n It. Elklns, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. G.
I was troubled, for a long time, -with a
humor which fiminrtVod on my face in
.igly I'imi'lf-j iitu! Klotohos. Ayor's Sar-
•uip-triil-f t moil im!. i consider It the best
blood puviiltir in tltft world.—Charles H.
Smltll, North Orattsbiiry, Vt.
Ayer's 3arsaparilla
U aold by ull dniR-riHts; A?lt for Ayor's
■surnapHril.'.i, and r'.o not be persuaded to
■ji'.e any other. ff
••n^iL-ti by Dr. .1. a ^>er&Co., Lowell, Hue.
Primal; nix bottles, M.
1888.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
OME COPIES OK THE
British Columbia Directory (latest edition) still remain
on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash,
■JTiis Directory'is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mal-
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names and addresses of business
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dwJtlM       W__W_IIN8TRR,B.O.
FOR SALE.
T OT 13, BLOCK XXXVI, 1,13 FEET ON
Jj Elltce Htreet, 160 feet deep and 132
feet on Mclnnes Street; contains noout
2% ordinary city lots. Bum und Stable
on premises with accommodation for 14
horses, harncKs room, Ae.: good well of
water; garden, planted with fruit trees.
Particular* on application to
dmyltto W. .T. FRENCH.
Str. "OJadys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chllliwhack and way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS nnd SATURDAYS, nt 7 a, in., returning on tho following clays. For all further Information
npply on-hoard, orto
W. to. TOWNSEND,
dmyOtc On tho Wharf.
SIGHTv, BLINDNESS
USE  ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEBRATE])
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended   hy Loadlu;r   Oculluts In
America.
Xi. XTSTJ& tSa CO.,
dmyUOtc Agents, NewWostin luster.
GOVERNMENT
VICTORIA BJ).
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Best Makers iu tlio World.
THE  WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
and PIANOS ot   llasnn  *V llniiilln
have arrived. The grent BTEOK PIANO,
with uatiMi t sust.li In ing pedal. The mutch-*
Ies* DECKER A su\S' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
ORGANS. Have Him In stock RONIBQU
anil CHRIST:'* PIANOS. Plunos and
Organs sOld on monthly payments, Pianos for rent and rent applied lf purchased.
Call at
II. Peters' Music Store.
dwje23tc Victohia, B. C.
PARK RESERVE.
vroncE is hereby given, that
Vi the parcel of land described below
has been reserved and set apart forthe recreation and enjoyment of the public, ns
{irovlded by seetlftn 3 of -'An Act to amen d
he 'Land Aot, lf»l,'» Chap. 18 of. 1868,
vir.:—
All that portion of that certain traetnf
land nnd premises known on the official
plan or map of the suburban lauds of the
City of New Westminster as tho patkro*-
serve, contained wlthf it the following described boundaries, that Is to sny, commencing at the corner of the Park Reserve at the lnterseotlon of Park Lane
with the first unnamed street running
north-easterly and south-westerly, lying
to the westward of Melbourne Street:
thence along the westerly boundary of
Park Reserve ln a north-easterly direction a distance of seventeen (17) chnins;
thonce In n south-easterly direction, at
right angles to the westerly boundary of
said reserve, to the easterly boundary
thereof; thence in a south-westerly direction, along said boundary, to tho boundary of Leopold Place: tbenee following
the lines dividing said Park Reserve
from Leopold Place, Royal Avenue and
park Lane, to place of commencement;
containing 87 acres, more or less.
W. H* GQRE,
Survey oM3eneral.
Lands A Works Department.,
Victoria, B. C, SAtb May, '88.       jtfml
■hANY MAN—
Who la Weak, Nerroui, Debilitated,
who ln his Polly and ignorance tins
Trifled away hli vigor of Body, Mind
and Manhoodtcausing exhausting drains
upon the Fountains of Life* Headache*, Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness ot.Memory, Bashfnlncss ln
S'-xlety. Pimples upon the Face and
all the Effect ■ leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or Insanity, will And In
our Specific No. 23 a Paatt ve Cure. It
Imparts Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old and young, strengthens and Invigorates the Bralm and
Nerves, builds up the muscular aystem
and arouses into action the whole physical energy pf the huninn frnme. With
our Specific No. 23 the most obstinate
oase can be cured ln th ron months, and
recent ones In less thnn .'SO days,. Bach
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price vi. Cures guaranteed. Our Specific
Na 24 is an Infallible Cure for all Private DUeases.no mutter of how long
standing. Sold under our written Guarantee to effect a Care* Prlco $.'-,. Toronto Medicine? Co., Toronto, Ont.
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a disease so long
bnttlmj-sclcnno and the most skilled
physlcltitis, who knew of nothing to
arrest, not hing to alleviate, nothing to
euro. Now it Is no loiinor an Incurable malady even wben given up by
Bliyslcliuis, health can yer be found in
UR REMEDY If \\ea\-* uud wiothcs
the membrane of the Liitm-*, Inllanmd
and poisoned by tlm mviiKt1* of this
fell disease, and prevents the night
sweats and tlglitnc-w nrross the client
which accompany It.   Price %\,
CURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medici tie Co,, Toronto, Out.
OUR EliEflANT PREPARATIONS.
Remember wc manufacture and are tho
sole proprletbrs of tho'following specialties, and that they enn be bad from nn
Sther8otir%. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Correspondence strictly eon-
fMentiiil, Consultation upon nil chronic
di-spii-c liivlli'd. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent stcure from
obsc vnMon. Toronto Medicine Co., Toroulo, Out,
HAIR  COLORING.
Our mngnllleent- pi-onamtlnus nro war-
runted perfectly harmless; Wu prepare
tho fbllowing colors—tlm ffner shades
arise front the hair Itself! Hlnck, Dark
Brown. Medium llnnvn, Cliesluut, Llulit
Cheslnttt, Oold Dlon-lc Ash or Hloiule
Cendree. Send Bftniple at hulr when or-
d»rlng. Price, 82 per Imt He. Toroulo Medicine Co., Tomulo, On.'.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify which you
require; we guarantee llieiu in give untlre
satisfaction. No. 8 Ii(.pft'rt9 to tho skin
the color ond freshin's-s nt maldenbond,
harmless und cannot be detected, 81.35.
No. 0 renioves wrlnltles. S"2, No. 10 removes T.Ivor SpotsL8l,l!3, No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, -51.2s. No. 12 removes
Frctikles, 3l.m. Nn, 13 removes PImplos,
$1.25, No. M removes Tnn, Sl.26, No, 15
removes Moles, $2. No. Ill removes Pock-
marks, 82, No. t7 removes undno Pcrspl-
ratlon, Sl.'iTi. No. 18, an absolute ni'.'alllng
specltlc for tlie retention, development or
restonition of the Hair, $1,-% Toronto
Medicino Co., Toronto, ont.
THE BUST.
No, 19 Is a enibineii Internal and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous tiatuie. Is entirely
harmless and certain in results. Price $1
Toronto Medicine Co,, Toronto, Ont.
dwAplSyl
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C
*B- Satisfaction guaranteed.       (tapUtc
City Laundry
joe am*
HAVING LEASED AND FITTED DP
a Shop on Dallas Slreel, nearly op-
{10s Ito Mr. wise's stable, Ir now prepared
o undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, aud work
S:u it ran teed. Having engaged a Wagon
or delivery, clothes will bo delivered
promptly In any part of the city. Flrst-
olass references given If reuulred. A trial
order solicited, prlees wilt be found as
low ns in nny ilrst-eluss establishment.
Families taken at special rate;.
nrorders may be loft at Mr. Dickinson'*
Butcher Shop, Columbia St. djafito
INDEPENDENT
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS Olt CITY LOTS
to sell will bave their Interests, as
well bb buyers, carefully guarded in all
transactions, and no extras pnt on flrst
prices.
Always bave good bargains in Vancouver Lota.
Correspondence solicited.
WH. CLARK BELL,
C'AMMR ST., P. O. BOX 06,
<lap!9to "VJi.WCO-XT-VMIU
Dominion Lauds.
IF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government, >
DO NOT PAY CASH
Hut pay In £
large discount.
Serin can bo obtained In large or small
quantities'from
ALLOWAV A CHAMPION,
-B.e-_XT-*£2IBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FROM
TIIE BASK OP BRITISH C0UHBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ilwmhSto
To San Francisco, Cal.,
BY WAY OF THE
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any otker
Route between
New WeftaiiuUr aid Su Aimm
Grand Scenic Bonte of the FaclOc
Gout.
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING  CARS
For Accommodation of Bawnd-Clasfl Pas-
songera, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Franoisco:  Unlimited, Oust First
Class (Limited), «W, Secoad Claw (Limited), »I5.
R. KOERLKR, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Anst. Gen. Freight k Pass. 'Agent,
 djeats	
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
NEW WKSTMIXSTKK, B. C.
Hay and Feed
Bd.Jk.-l
:_-—•.
WOOD & OOAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Itry Gomls, Boots A Shw-s,
Provisions A Groceries.
FARMKRS'    HARDWARE,
■ *«»■><»,   €»«-.
tfir.Vs we tine no whisky or tobiurcn we
oan. by temperate habits and oaiWul economy, 801'VO tho pnbllo nt especially low
rntes. dwjnl«c
IMPERrAf
FIRE INSURANCE CG^P'V.
1 O1.0 HuoauSt. and It) Fall M a 1.1.,
LONDON.
lNSTlTPTEI) 1S08.
FOR INSURING HOUSKSA (ITHKK
Buihlhigs, Gooils, Wares, Muralm-i-
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stack,
Sliipft in Port, Harbor or Dock, and Uie
Cargous of such Vessels; also, Ship build*
hm and repairing, Barges and otlier Ves*
bdIs on navigable riven and canal1*, and
(lootU on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR D1HA61 BT F1SK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.600,000 STGk
Rate* of Premium and every infonna
Hoc oan be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
'    AgwHorNwWwbnliMrter.
THE UNDEIISICINKD JvEKI'S CONSTAN'l'I.Y ON HANI) A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
Mtmt___tsxjsrm^mm *Ml  ■phoeh
Which will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE TEICES FOR CASH. If A larce
consignment to arrive shortly.*•*;-_ Always in stock—Leather* SllOC Findings. Ac., of all kinds.   Custom Work a specialty.
J*Jk.aa-BS   BOUSBBAU,
Uwjelyl No. 81, CoHJMlllA STnBET.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CMtori«lsKiweU*UptedWclill_renttiatl eMlnteetma Colle, OflBi^allM,
lrecommendlt_.«iperlortoanypTC_crlpUoB I ggj S^*^S^ffil1wS»» iB-
UlSo. OzfordSt., Brooklyn, N.T.   I WItSout lajmiorij medication.
TBa-OraTAOii Oom-Ainr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT ABENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP, )
HENRY S. MASON, >
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP 4 MASON ho. been merged In the oboTe Cominny
ud will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insnrance Agenrjy.
MONET TO LOAN on Mortgage at Uw Rates. Town Lota and Forming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, B. 0., Moy 16th, 1887. dw*e7t«
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ V1CT0KIA.
AQIHTII   i-OZI
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Halnland.
H.C. BEETON 4k CO.,
36 Finsbnry Circus,
London, E, C,
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OP
the "Temperance House," /ranting
on Columbinnncl Church Strceu, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
WHI accommodate tbe traveling publio
at the following rates;
Board per day. »,.,, ....$] 00
"     "  week  5 00
Single Meali    25
Beds     25
VSkGood n(Tommoil»tinn tor Ladles and
families. rayftc
Flowers for sale
noticeT
Cfflala Lid AimmiOB Oo.
PARTIES iNMllltKn IN THE ABOVE
T Company, whose Premiums nro payablo at EiiNtorn |niliilstctui litiyo llio place
of piiyniPtit llierortf Alinnsrcd m this oity,
free of c-harnc hjanplylng 'n tlm iindei"-
slgned,
**- UUkH taken In HiIn liwlhiitl'ana-
tllmt <|-uwpiiity :<l most r_iviir.tl.il* rale*),
djeaite
HENRY V.EUMONOS,
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUUBORIBBRH ABK NOW PRK-
PARRD TO TURN ODT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RIGS
At Speolal Low Hates,
Snjii; ad AQ M of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notloe.
the City.
Ordera by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
•arstablos nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, ColumbiaSt., New Westmlnstor.
djflllle      QILLEVBR08. Profs.
ISTQT1CJB-
XfOTICE IS HBHERYj GIVEN THAT
Vi we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a lease for timbering pur-
Soscsof the following described land In
ew Westminster District:
Commencing nt a stake ut the southeast corner of Lot 386, Group One. and
running north 80 chains, more or less, to
the Moodyvllle Sawmill Company's timber limits; thenoe east 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence south 40 ehains, thence west 60
chains, to placo of commencement-containing -ISO acres, more or less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
dje!3ml       John Hekpky, Manager,
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Meirly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
TBE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of atl description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fun.
ill™, Restaurants, and Steamboat, at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA & JAPAN
WH HAVE JUST HECKIV.KD aInlue
consignment or nil ktllilaui*
CELEBRATED TEA,
Kmbroldcred Silk Hoods,
Shawls, Screens, Bed Quilts.
Dressing downs, Klc, Kte.
—AMO	
Porcelain, Sitsnma, Clolsannc,
Bronic, Ivory. Sandalwood and
Carlos of Every Description.
IMPORTED BY EVERY STEAMER DIRECT (RW
CHINA AND MPAH.
Hoping that you vill honor us with yonr
visit, we remain veiy respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, NtW WEira|tl|TU. M.
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25 per cent, less tban transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice E. A. Sharpe
gails -fritish Columbian
Monday Evening. Jaly ■«. ins*.
The counoil meets to-niglit at 8
o'olock forthe transaction ol business.
The Camana will be towed to sea
either to-night or early in tho morning.
The Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo thia morning with 36 tons of coal
for the sas company.
Haying u half finished on Lulu Island and another 10 daya will see the
orop safe if the weather continue fine.
The ltr. Irving cleared for Chilliwhack and intermediate ports this
morning with 30 ton. of freight and a
number of pawngtrs.
Four carloadi ol sheep und 3 carloadi of freight arrived yesterday.
The iheep come from the interior and
are comlgned to Van Volkenburgh
Broe.
Much distress and sickness in children
la caused by worms. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief byre-
moving the cause. Give it a trial and
be convinced.
The ltr, Rithet arrived from Viotoria
last evening with 80 torn of freight and
30 pauengers. Sho cleared on the return trip this afternoon, on the arrival
ot the Pacific express.
Whether from awampy land or stagnant pool, or from the deadly gases of
city sewers,.•malarial poisons are tho
same. Ayer's Ague Cure, taken according to directions, is a warranted specific
for malarial disorders.
The last number of the Social World,
publisher! ut Victoria, contains an engraving of hia worship Mayor Diokin-
aon and a iketch of hii career as a publio man. Tho engraving is taken from
a photograph and ia an excellent likeness.
It was expected the big run of sockeyes would commenco yeaterday, but
they failed to make thoir appearance
in the numbers anticipated. Somo of
the packers aro beginning to get
anxioui while others are satisfied the
run will be good.
Bodily health and vigor may be main*
talned as easily in the heat of summer,
aa in the winter months, if the blood is
purified and vitalized with Ayer's SarsaparUla, Every person who has used thia
remedy has been greatly benefitted.
Take it thii month.
At the police court thia morning two
Chinamen, charged with creating a
disturbance and obstructing trailic on
the atreet, were remanded until tomorrow. A plain drunk waa fined
12.50 or seven days. He preferred
the latter.
Peter Kielfer, Buffalo, saya: "I was
badly bitten by a hone a few days ago,
and wu induced by a friend, who wit*
neiMd the occurrence, to try Or. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil. It relieved the pain
almost immediately, and in four days the
wound was completely healed. Nothing
oan be better for fresh wounds." See
that you get the genuine Dr. Thomas'
Eolectrio Oil, as there are imitations on
the market.
On Saturday evening the Rifiea paraded at the Drill Shed and were inspected by Capt. Scoullar. After inspection Capt. Scoullar addressed the
men on the probability of the company
being ordered north for active service
•gainst the hostile Indians on the
Skeena. Tbe men are enthusiastic
OTer Uu proipect of seeing service and
an In hopei of being ordered out.
Yesterday afternoon aome young
men who were practicing with a revolver, in St. Andrewaaquare, came within a few inches of putting a bullet
through the head of ajoung man nam.
ed Walter Wilkie. The bullet pass
ed just over Wllkie'i head and It waa
only a chance that he was not killed.
Careless shooting, tuoh as thii, will re-
ault in somebody getting killed one of
these days.
A Hint worth Hikoino. Life loses
half Its sest when digestion Is permanently Impaired. Surely then a speedy
meaua ef tutoring this essential of bodily
comfort Is worth trying, Evory rank,
every profession bears its quota of evident* to the beneficent influence upon
Ike stomach, sad also upon the liver,
bowels and kidneys, of Northrop * Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic) Oon, or celebrated Blood Purifier.
What b the wise course suggested to the
stak by thh testimony ? We leave them
to deems.
For the Skeena.
(Special to the CottrantAit.)
Vioiobu, July 10.—0 Battery,
seventy strong, marched to Esquimalt
this morning with band playing aod
received an ovation from the people.
The battery sailed at 1 o'clock this
afternoon for the Skeena on the Caroline. Twelve specials accompany them.
The steamer Boscowitz, with Supt.
Roycraft, sails to-night with supplies
and ammunition.
ThF EXPEDITION SAILS.
The Carllwa Hy Held Under Charter hy
Ihe CovennMrat at Victoria.
Special to the Columbian.
Victoeia, July 10.—All arrangements in connection with the Skeenn
river expedition boing complotcd, H.
M. S. Caroline left Esquimalt at 2
o'clock this p.m. for Port Essington
with the troops on board. The oflicers
and men belonging to C battory presented a very fine appearance an they
inarched the itreela headed by band.
Supt. Roycraft will leave here at 0
o'clook thii evening on the Boscowitz
in order to secure Indiana and canoes
along the coast to lake the men up the
Skeena River. The ateamer Cariboo
Fly will remain here awaiting ordors
under government charter.
The Southern Bnllway.
The first excitement regarding the
Southern Railway has subaided and the
subject haa now got down to a purely
buiiness basis. The voices heard
againat tbe project after the plana and
propositions were lirst published in the
Columhian have one by one turned in
favor of the road, and to-day it would
be hard to find a dozen ratepayers who
will vote against it. The feeling
seems to be that Westminster must
have a railroad line independent of the
C. P. R., otherwise our position would
not bo better than it is now. The
solicitors of tho road, along with tho
directors, have been busily engaged
during the past wook drawing up the
agreements, etc Tho honua by-law
will be placed before the peoplo in a
few days. 	
•r-nibyteHan «J. ftoMc.
JHArtfcfc'^Q*-*
The Hou. W. llamley, of Victoria,
has deoided to build n fine twostury
brick block on hia lot on Columbia
itreet, now occupied by Messrs. '/,. S.
Hall,: C. J. Robson und Walker &
Shadwell. These gentlemen have
made arrangements to move into temporary quarter! until tho new building
is completed when they will once again
take their old stands. Tho blook,
which ii to be two storeys high, will
have a frontage of GO feet and will contain 3 stores 21x03 in size. The upper
portion of the block will bo fitted up
for oflices. The total cost of the block
will be $10,000. Tendon for the
erection of tho building will be called
for in a few days and the stores are to
be ready for occupation by Nov. 1st.
Another line block, to take the placo
of the row of wooden structures from
the Maple Leaf saloon to Mr. Dickinson's meat market, is nlso expected to
be built this summer.
Sllll Another Eaiiway.
Mr. Van Home's visit lo thii oity
on Saturday was for the purpose of
showing that tho C. P. lt. intended
building a line from Vancouver, via
Westminster, to the boundary lino,
there to connect with the Seattle Luke
Shore and Southern rond. Mr. Van
Home read to Mayor Dickinson tlio
agreement between the two companies whereby these arrangements
are to be carried out. It waa the intention to make the crossing of the
river by ferry. As soon as tho arbitration concerning the Onderdonk contract is ended Mr. Cambie will begin
a survey of the propoaed line. Mayor
Dickinson asked for a definite proposition from the company to which ho
would be willing to stick by, but Mr.
VanHorne laid it was impossible to
propose anything definite at preaent.
Should the 0. P. R. build the road
to the boundary Mr. VanHorne lays
the company will expect the same
bonus tbat is given to tho Southern
road.
 . . .	
T.r.olo l.ilMlrl.l Exhibition.
The exortions to secure the
display of a thorough representation of British Columbia's vast
minenl wealth, immense agricultural and horticultural resource!,
and great facilitiea for developing industries and manufactures of all descriptions, having met—not only with
the most encouraging approval from all
parts of our province—but also with
the highest appreciation on the part of
our Ontario brother-colonists it is requested that one and all should come
forward to mako our British Columbia
Court at Toronto an unprecedented
success. The attention of intending
British Columbia ezhibitora ii drawn
to the following particulars:—All entries to be communicated lo Mayor
Oppenheimer by letter on or before
Wednesday, 16th August, 1888; entries
intonded to compete for prizes and
medals should lie made separately;
ezhibita to be delivered at Vanoouver
on or before Saturday, 25th August,
1888, with the exception of such as
are of a perishable nature whioh will
be received until Saturday, 1st September, 1888; exhibits should be carefully packed, and if addressed or murk,
ed, Mayor D. Oppenheimer, Vancouver, B.C., "Toronto Exhibit." will be
conveyed free of charge by the railway, steamboat, express nnd other
tranaport companies. Exhibitors desirous of further information should
communicate their wishes to D. Oppenheimer, Vancouver.
W. W. MoLellan, Lyn, N. 8., writes:
"I was afflicted with rheiimutism, and
had given up aU hopes of a cure. By
chance I saw Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Ull
recommended. I Immediately sunt (fifty
miles aud purchased four bottles, ami
with only two applications 1 was ablo to
get around, and although I have not used
one bottle, I nty nearly well. The other
three bottles I gave around to iny neighbors, and I have had hi many calls for
more, that I feel bound to relieve.the
afflicted hy writing to you for a supply!"'
The annual pic-nio of the Sabbath
school in connection with the Presbyterian church will, be held at Ladnen
on Tuesday 24th inst. A steamer will
be chartered to take pic nickers to the
Landing where it is expeoted a
very pleasant day will be apent.
Mr' W. H. Ladner, M.P.P.,
has kindly placed A large field at the
disposal of the pic-nioken, and promises to furnish sufficient hay fur tho
youngsters to tumble about in. Enquiries wore mado by the committee ai
to whether milk could be purchased at
ihe Landing, but they were rather
dismayed lo Irurii that tho pooplo of
Liilnen did not soil milk. Howover,
the sorrow wna turned to joy when
Mr. Ladner added that milk, in any
quantity, would be furnished free and
if honey waa ripo it would alio IIow
gratis,
Tli. Hkecoa Trimble.
After aome delay on tho part of tho
Dominion authorities, Col. Holmes yesterday received instructions from Sir
Aldolphe Caron, minister of militia, to
get "C" Battery in readiness for an expedition to Skeena river forks, in order
to put down tho threatened Indian riling in tbat district. With the exception! of Capt. Palmer, quartermaster,
two staff-iergeanti and several men incapacitated for service, the full itrength
of the battery will proceed to the norlh.
The local government have secured the
worship Caroline, Sir Wm. Wiseman,
commander, as a transport, and the
officers and men will leave on Monday
at one o'clook, together with Supt.
Roycraft and tell provincial constables
for the scene of the disturbance. Supplies and ammunition will be shipped
by tho Boscowitz on Monday night,
some 20,003 pounds of the former and
18,000 rounds of the latter. Aa the
Coroline anchor! dtiring the night, the
steamer will reach the mouth of the
river fint. The expedition will be
under command of Lieut.-Col. Holmes,
commandentof "0" Battery, Major
Peten, Staff-Surgeon Duncan, Capt.
Benton, Lieut. "* Ogilvie and Lieut.
Gaudot being tho officers. The noncommissioned officers and men will
number eighty in all. The oxpedition
will proceed to the mouth of the
Skeena in military accoutrements, each
man being provided with Snidor rifle
and' full kit; oflicers aud men will encase themselves in brown duck suits,
for which ordera were only given yea-
tcrday morning, and which are to be
ready in time lo be forwarded north.
Lieut-Col. Prior hai been looured by
Col. Holmes for supply manager
and hii duty will be to look after the
purchasing of supplies and providing
of transport Hon. J. H. Turner will
alio go up with the expedition to look
after supplies. • -Canoes, manned by
Indian!, will be secured at Port Essington, and the force will be taken up the
river na fur as the canon, through which
it is impossible at present, to take the
men. The force will debark here, and
this point will be made Ihe base of
operations. Half the men will pro.
coed on under Ool. Holmes to investigate matters and dear a trail to Hazelton. If armed resistance is met with
the advance will fall back and the
whole force will be brought up, and if
it ii a queition of fight, the expedition
will endeavor to do their beat in the
matter. Each man will carry hii rifle,
ammunition, food, and water-proof coat
anil blankets, about forty pounds in
all,'as it li impossible to pock by animals, even if a shot is not fired. It is
trusted that there will' not be a necessity fur bloodshed, but the worst is being
prepared for, as the Indiana in question have always bomo a bad reputation, and recent occurrences prove that
they are a revengf ul lot Every possible necessity is being provided, and
in the event of having to hew a rood
for themselves to Hazelton a large
number of axei are being taken, Angus & Gordon, contractors for grocers'
supplies, were buiy packing up the
food for a two montha' campaign. In
order to facilitate matters after leaving
the steamer, each article for a day's
rations is put up in a parcel and will
be placed in a sack. All that will bo
necessary to givo out the daily fiiru
will be to opeu Ihe sack. It will take
tho firm all to-day and tri-night tn finish their work.—Colonist.
_•_-
amma_ms_m
Helta Notes.
Correspondence of the Columbian.
LiDNEhs, July 14.—Tho song of the
mowing machine is now heard in the
laud, and " the patient and industrious
agriculturalist" is reaping the fruits of
hii industry in the shape of a bountiful
hay harvest. Some rain has fallen
during the past two days, which has
retarded operation! to somo extent,
but at present there is every indication
of fine weather. The season hns been
an exceedingly wet one, and consequently crops of all kinds are unusually
heavy. Building operations hnve been
extremely brisk in this locality aiuco
spring openod, and this hithortrr comparatively insignificant shipping point
is gradually usauiniiig the proportions
and appearance of a thriving town.
Among other improvements may be
mentioned a large addition to his
wharf and an extensive warehouse
erected by T. McNeeley, and a new
general store by G. Hsiiok ; ulscui new
blacksmith shop, a butcher simp, and
several dwelling houses. The Durr
sawmill has recently changed hands.
Messn. Grant & Kerr are tha new
proprietor., and they are evidently determined to "run it for all it is worth,"
aa the hum of industry and circular
sawi oan be -heard proceeding from
their establishment not only throughout the day but well on Into the night.
Your correspondent understands that
it ii the intention of the owners of the
land adjacent to the landing to have
the same laid out ai a town site. The
work is now in the hands of Messrs.
Woods, Turner & Gamble, of Westminster, who will doubtless toon have
a map of the lite prepared, when town
loti in Ladners will bs on the market
and an opportunity afforded for safe
and profitable investment. Tlie projectors of the late proposed by-law tu
borrow  8*1,500, which was defeated,
{iropose now to bring in another for a
arger amount—about (8,000. Presumably the extra amount is to be
spent in the disaffected localities in order to convince the voters in laid localities of the advisability of raising a
loan, and thereby enable the promoters
to carry out their pot schemes. Ill
order to secure a controlling vote in
one of the wards a quarter section of
govornment land in the eastern portion
of the municipality was lately purchased and apportioned out among
eighteen of the faithful residents in
other wards. Assuredly wo have iu
uur midst embryo Beacomfielda and
infantile Gladstones who only roquire
a wider field and greator interests at
stake to develop their strategic ability as
political leaden into something wonderful. A new saloon now flourishes in tho
neighborhood, of which L. Guichon is
the proprietor, hia license being obtained at a sitting of the' liconsing
court here a short time ago. The
Delta Agricultural Association hold
their fint exhibition here on the 2nd
of October next The run of salmon
has been vory light up to date and the
canneries have not been kept busy. It
ia thought, however, that next week
the sockeyes will mako their appearance in greater numben.
HI
much trade has bean taken elsewhere. I
hope that from thb time on, tbe farmer!
throughout the district WiU be made
feel that thii city means to treat them as
brothen of one common family. This ia
a vital question with respect, to our future material and enduring prosperity.
In proof of our sincerity give them a
weekly market whero they may directly
sell to the consumer; and a good, oon*
venlent, and thoroughly equipped ferry.
Thia would be a practical recognition of
the relations we sustain to them, and of
tbe obligations we are under to them,
and would have a tendency to bind them
to the city they have so muoh aided in
building up.
The contemplated road wonld alao aid
materially the provincial, government,
and as it has aided other roads, it ought
in justice and equity to aid tho Southern.
I think all parties to be benefitted by the
road ought to be consulted, and if ap-
proved, requested to aid.
I hope other citizens will follow the
example so admirably set by Mr. Lord.
I oner the abovo views as a small con.
tributioo additional to Mr. Lord's.
Yours truly, Wm. Hunt.
Fityyed Out, — Nuuo but thoso who
have become fagged ont, know what a
depressed, miserable feeling it is. All
strength is gone, and despondency hss
taken bold ofthe sufferers. They feel a.
though there is nothing to. live for.
There, however, is a euro—one box of
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will do wonders in restoring health and strength.
Mandrake and Dandelion are two of the
artioles entering Into the composition of
Parmelee's Pllll.
Personal.
H. Hoy returned un Saturday from
Seattle.
Chancellor Boyd, of Toronto, is at
the Colonial.
J. T. Planlo, of Nanaimo, is .topping at the Colonial.
Capt. E. H. Fletcher, postoffice In-
ipwtor, ii in the tity.
Mias Wotster went over to Vancouver this afternoon on a short visit.
E. A. Shape, the well-known Lulu
Island ranoher, waa iu th. eity to day.
W. N. Bolo, QC„ M.P.P., went
over to Viotoria this aftornoon on legal business.
W. H. Ladner, M.P.P., came up
from the Landing yeaterday and roturned home to-day.
T. O, Townley, barrister, and O, li.
Townley, of Cedar Cottage, Vancouver,
were in the dty yesterday.
Mn. Howard Tilton, who has boeu
tht guest of Mn. J. W. Harvey for
some weeks, lelt for Seattle thia morning where she will join her husband.
Capt. and Mn. Worsnop ipent Sunday in town, the gueat. of Mr. G, D,
Brymmer. Capt. Wonnop has been
indisposed for a week post but, we are
glad to say, he is rapidly mending
again.
Frank Dickinson, of Olyin^ra, W.T.,
a brother of Mayor Dickinson, with
whom he has boen visiting for sumo
days, lelt for home thia afternoon.
This was Mr. Dickinson's first visit to
Weitminstec in 20 yean and he found
the city had almost grown out of his
recollection.
Holloway's Corn Cure destroys all
kinds of corns and warts, root and
branoh. Who then would endure them
with such a cheap and effectual remedy
within reaoh,
Children &jffcRtchw'.Castoria
CORRESPONDENCE.
The Wf.tmlaHler-s.atts.rn.
Editor Comisibun.—As one thnt is
interested in the truo welfare of Westminster city and district, I beg leave
lo lay a few words with regard to the
Southern Railway scheme. I don't
consider it of any uw to spend time
propounding nny other term, than
what havo been laid down by the parties who have been entrusted with the
project They have been working at
it somo time and no doubt have done
all they could to obtain condition! that
would be acceptable to tlie people of
Westminster. It rests with the rate-
payen of Westminster to say whether
they will indorse Ihe proposition that
hu been mode by the Southern Railway Company. To attempt to tinker
the bargain would be an endless job,
for no doubt every one in the royal
city would have a new and different
icherae to propound. It takes two to
make a bargain and it il folly for any
man to say, you must come to my ideas
or no bsigain. Nn doubt every ono
cuiioerued would like to see tho road
built and also the bridge, but the man
must be a simpleton who can imagine
that wo can hive buth for $150,000.
No bridge, fur all purpura*, can be
built for leu than live ur six hundred
thousand dollan If we can get
southern connection by railway tor
9150,000 and a good ferry service for
carrying can over the river in tht
the meantime, it is all wo can expect
for the present. We had better seoure
the road while we can, and no doubt
the provincial government will help to
build the bridge: it has been very
liberal in other less important projects
and consistency will direct our public
mon in thia case also, The C. P. R.
Oo. would no doubt like to control thia
Southern road, but they have not
Hindu uny proposition whieh would Indicate business) and we dont want to
wait for ever—lime ia precious in thia
age of the world.        .1. Kknnrdy.
The teulkera Railway.
Eiiitiik Columbia!.'.--I am glad that
Mr. Lord has given na hla vlewa with respect to the Southern Railway. I believe
him to be a gentleman of honest purpose,
and a cautious and cornet thinker, and
especially so on municipal questions.
The long persevering "get all" principle
of tlieC.l'.H. has caused an experience
so painful to the Dom'ulou tax-payers,
that It seems impossible for them easily
to forget It And then is generally such
an unity of design, intrigue and aotion in
oil railroad corporation! that we heed be
doubly on the alert While I have no
doubt that a large majority of onr pro-
gresaive citizens are willing to do, ai far
aa they can, what ,is proper and equitable, I think they will be specially guarded against rushing hastily into any
agreement that doea not give thorn certain preaent and prospective value re-
celvi
It appear! to me that there are thne
parties that ara or ought to be equally
Interested In thll Southern Railway quts
tion; 1, The farmers; 2, the oltizsni of
this city; and 3, tht provincial government. The farmen especially ought to
bo consulted, as they have not heretofore
been treated with that oonildcratlon that
was due them; but to my certain knowledge they have -barrwmicli eatraniWrby
various- caulei, and as a oontqiMnM
Wholesale oil) Market.
Beef,     per l(.llh...........
Fork         " 3.5....
Mutton      "        	
Hldes'gr'u) I! 	
Potatoes,'*        	
Cabbage-   "        	
Onions      "	
Wheal        " 	
Oata '• .,	
Peaa
Hay,
per ton
US*
JAMES ELLARD & CO,
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
 A FINE LINK OF	
Narrow Laces,..
White & Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
Kew Colored Embroidered Washing
Dresses,
Children's Chainbray A Sailor Suit.'-*.,
Ladles'. Children's and Infants' ruder-clothing,
All styles In Ladies' White & Colored
Aprons.
'KIOBS    BIO-HT.   . : i. .ww>w>*»i
Call and. Examine.
...ry,      in	
Butter (rolls) per Bi	
Cheese, "  	
Eggs,      perdox „..
Cordwood (retail) per curd.
Wim Why was sick, we |tv* hu Cutoria,
Wlwn ih. was a Child, aha cried for Caatoria,
When ihe b««.i Hits, sh. clung to Caatoria,
irhnsh.hadChllrlnn.ib.gav.thsaCHlori.
B
APTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreol,
i Kant of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Herviccmitlla.in. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Rohool mulBIble Cliuw at 2:30 p. in. AH
neut.ii fret*; stmngerBconlltilly welcomed.
BTHODIST OHURCH, OililfcllowK'
._ New Hall. Ho v. J. H. whit*, Piwtor.
Jcrviccs ut 11 a. in. nnd 7 p. tn, Sunday
Hcliool and Bible CIuhh 2:30 j>. in, Prayer
Meeting ou TliurmlHyH at f.iJOp.m, Scuts
free; stmugors cordially invited.
M
Borv
qt. PAUL'S churoh. John Street,
O Opposite OraiiKe Hall. Hev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services evory Sunday
Bill a. m.and7 p. iu. Thursday OTettluKR
at7::» o'clock/* BcinlH Wife-, all'an cordially Invited. Sundny HehiMl nti'Mp. m.
i      UNION LOOGB No, 0, A. V*
^*\m * •*• M.-The regular Com-
jLjK munlcatlona of this Lodge an
/▼ \ held on the flrst Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fu28-i* Seer-Mary.
N°
NOTICE.
OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i,, 60 dayH nfler data I Intend to apply
to the Honourable Ohief OoiamlRHlonar
of I.ands and WorkH for perm Union to
JiurohaBO 1380 acres at unsurveyederowu
andainN«w*W«fmiitM*r TilHtrlnt.vli.:
ComMetfelnt at lho sonth-weit corner
BMt of Lot 0, Block I north* Range 7 weat,
Intrlrtaforwaldj running 40 ohalni weit.
thenoe ttttehalna north to tbe channel between Lulu and Bea (olaudi; thenoe eaat
•40 chains to tho north-went corner of Lot
4, Block 4 north, Range 7 went, Dlitrict
afonaald; tbenee louth to tht place of
commencement. E. A. SHARPE.
Now Wont., July 10,1888. djlyllmt
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.
THK UEGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF
English, Frenoh, Scotch,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever 8hown In Ntw Wtitmlnstw,
WestofEngland Broadcloths
and Doeskins uid Faney
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
ColMtlsBMPP. icleirieli.,
SEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
lityms
C.E.
10.
mmrtSit.
LAND SURVEYORS,
BmI E_tlti IrnnwuM. fwuwiiil Ittuii
AND CONVEYANCERS.
Akammm *»■
FUMB.-The Western ot Toronto/The Mt-
na, Tha City ol London, and Tht Bart-
ford,
M W.-Tho Hew York Ufa insurance Co,
ACCIDEIIT-Tlio Travellers' of Hartford
Land Ismrlsi In all Ita hranohe.accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Snhnrb.n Land. Air lal..
Wo oan show a complato lint of desirable
localities.
Varmint Land.. Improvod and unlm-
proved, thrtmhout tho district.
Mining and other IIMk bouf ht Ud
sold.
Monty tt Loan on lint mort|t|ttt
low ralea. 	
Tar.ai'iiw.1 Call No. S3.
P.O.Draw«rW.
W00DB, TURNER t .hSSlit,
Own,ttuinliHi,  •  numulmtr
-•■ -•H«*^-#«mini-nw.-j*-r;
dmMItt
dwje!8to
LONDON   HOUSE,
New Westminster, B.C.
eWaPma  CR-AtXEj
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing-
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, H.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PKICES.
A full Une of Spectacles A Eye-Musses In steal, rublior, silver nml _ril i
framed.   The flnoat Pebbles made, $4 per pain all alclits suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having l.nrurnl tli
business thoroughly from aome of the finest Horologers In England, nntl since tli'in
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of tiro best lirmsun the ciuit-
nent of America, is a auffioient guarantee oi good workmanship. Formerly luuitv
aer for noarly 8 years of the well-known lirni of Savage b Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Mohtreax, Deo., 1887.—Mr. Jr'. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker wlm did so
well for mo aa you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you arc not here to-tluy."
dwaplttc
AM. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOURS.
-Mormnc*, from 8:30 td* PPoPolook.
Ambunoon, 1 to 3 o'clork.
EvusiNO, 0 to 9 o'clock.
tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any time during
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on the premises. Ring the night
bell.
HERRING'S  DRUQ   STORE,
ColumbiaSt., New Wenlinlnsln,
dwoeete
Opp. Telegraph Offlee.
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WBOLiiBAi.*!   a* matx-h-ix.
DRUGGISTS
Sole Agents, New Westminster, 11. C.
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
PTIA,T,-a1B   X2T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stoek of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hals A Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, Ar,
mn   *   -Bo-ara'   httitb.
Oreat Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
li RAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, UME nnd   GENERAL STORES.
X. ■.-Farm Produce bouiht at mart
tram the Interior promptly attended to.
PRESERVING SUGARS!
W.&G. WOLFENDEN
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
direct from the Refinery,
the must reasonable terms,
.'.I B
A CARLOAD OF SUGARS
which they arc now offering on
dwje8tc
GIRL WANTED
djtrate.
10.001.-,
lloyal Avenue.
FIRE INSURANCE
oo-a.pj-.mrr
OF   LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT JHB Lowest rates, and' no combination wllh
any other Companies.       .   ,
I   ajedral Amur.
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(LATI OF En<JI,A!!li)
Corner ot Ohureh and Columbia Streets,
NKW WESTMINSTER
M-Hatlsfaetlon guaranteed,    dwfe7tf*
1  COURT OF ASSIZE,  NISI PRIUS
A  OyerandTermlnerandGeneralOaol
fiellvery will he held at Donald, on Monday, the tard proximo,
Ily Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
 Provlnolal Secretary!--
Provincial Socretaty's OflOe,
12th June, 1888, djoirnni

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