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It,      «'- ' •      Colonial Hotel.
OlnMoiRoiTM-lOtOaJ. dfostc
. ft M. O. BBOWa,      fa   ,_
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Roons-B. A 0., over Bank ol Britiih Columbia. ■
Botnn—t a. m. to , *0 p. m.    dwjly-ne
nOBleiXD A HeC.IX,
BABRIgTEBS,
solicitors, etc.
Offlm. tlMonle BUIldlapa, Mew Wutmln-
M.r,.niiyaiu)onv.r,AC.    Jyndwio
TO. TOWltlT,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, AC.   .
01 Ih. Provlnn of Manitoba,
Awtm.il. buck,
duirie   .','    KewWeatmlnater,B.C.
fn   «. ATKINSON,
'     SARRBTER, SOLICITOR, Ao.
Ornon-Maaonlc Building,
dwfelotc Kew Wutmlnater, B. 0.
nr noftnAri BOLB.tvc,, ;
BARRISTBR-AT-LAW.
Land Agent Money to Loin,
Colnmbla SU,
'   teste        '   New Wutmlniter, B. 0.
pLOW * HAOLURB,
ARCHITECTS.
OrtlOS-Room E,
Over Bank or B.C.,
d.u*Ue
Colnmbla Street.
ft mt. quant,
ARCHTTECTI
Ofvioi-Oomer Mary and Olarkaon SU.
dwfttSto
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ALLANDA1NB 4k SANSOH,
ARCHITECTS.
UuMBlMk,    '.'• •        •       HaltlntsSt.
VAN«orjva*««i'a .'"' ""
..dauKPto r ?
TTTU.MAH tl. KINO,
• AROHITEOT,
BUILSDta 4 LAND SURVEYOR,    -
SANITARY ENOIMEEB.
Oi-rlo»-NiwstMonlo Block,
dwspllt. Wutmlniter.
A!
LBBWV J. HILL,
M.0AJI.SO0.0.E.
CIVIL ENOINEEE, ...   . ,,
LAND SURVEYOR and
,---.l.' DRAUGHTSMAN.
Orfieir-New lluonlo Block,
. dwuSIMo"' N«wWeilmlnater.
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
R8AL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
8, BukBulldlnp,NewWettmlniter, EC.
II Clare Road, Halifax, England,
• dwmylTte
ryi . ...
ATIOTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
CoI*»s»I.Street,.......,....Niw Wutmlaitar
All oomtolulon. will reoflve.prompt
..S eanful .tuition. But refereneet
liven when required. mhll-te
RAND BROS.
D>IL aSTATB BKOKXRI,
'    tUsvarascera, C»tl«.l»r.,
U As« Isisisse. Agist*,
Offleu .1 VICTOR!At Fort Stmt,
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aTSt~, MsWUmSTEB, R 0., FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5, 1888.
NUMBER 83
fcttniiSindcrarkionSiij
> .,,,   VANCOUVER, Cordov. Sim.
BUILDING LOTSIorialeln all teetloni
.1 Vancouvi, nod Niw Weitmlntter city,
FARM LANDS ol luperlor nullity for
.  -. . ..  ^ort jjttmmond,
, „ _,  ,   i Arm
and Pitt River.
| Kirs ind Pl.ni exhibited .nd thi lull-
, wtl.f.rmatlo.rnrnlihedatallourofllceli
leSDtc
, lall"it Ohiiiiwhaok, ^»6rt llomnioi
, |ss0usmJWs^
WILLIAMS   BROS.
ft, Uid Agents & Surveyors
K, PUirgPHPAMB. sirnmsMA
KADI
Lirgi or Small Sumi of Money Advanced
oa Good Seourltiu, st Ruaonable
Rate, of Intereit,
' lawsi let Sale .. Fruer River, .Save
. a.s belew New WulMLtter.   .
. , WILLIAMS BROS, are In conatanteom-
I iMUttlMUon with Intending, nttleri from
I afoila.d and el.ewbere.and bavo .pedal
I >, 'aoillttH lor eflhotlnx islei.
Th.lr ebjurfu are lower than any other
OFFICt-S-Oornerol'.Jr.nvllle and Cor-
. dov. Street., and oppoalte 0, P. R. Station,
— ir.B.0.  . dapllml
Power ofAttorney.
rouUr. bold, my Power of Auorney™d
•a.nthorlledlorepreBent mi In any sale
•s ol my real estate In tho city or dlstrlot.
>~dS*Uml        WILLIAM CLARKSON.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kindi of tho bettmakct; Cross-cut & Hnild-SaWS,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the neceuary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Kope &Ch>jii inalliitei; Pitch,
TardfOakumi T»rrcd ud Plain Paper for Building) Paints & Oils
In ill colon; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to uae; (irind
Stones) WallPaper in ill duJgui; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of ill descriptions, ind . general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
OT Speoial attention given to orden by mall.
TV 3". !3SrmAJL\ai& «5c CO..,    ,
dwjlySto .■.....■.- ColUSMA SlBIEt, NlW WaBTillK**.*.
&
.   WHOLESALE * RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS fit SHOES
COLUMBIA'STREET,
*tTe-*-<r   *^77*esti-r*i.iiistex,    23.   C.
dwje22te
BIG CLEARING SALE
'■-   —or;—V-
New Boots and Shoes
 AT——
A. B. WINTEMUTE'S,
Por the Next 30 Days, at Cost,
GLOBE HOUSE.
giiojj i "'I
New Goods.  New
DIRECT PROM THE; BRITISH MARKETS,
Fancy and Plain Dress Goods—VERY CHEAP;
Cashmeres, in all shades.
Ladies' Dolmans, Coats ahd Jerseys—Newest Styles.
Plushes—Plain and Fancy.
Satins—Plain, Striped ahd Brodche.
Ladies' Waterproofs—a Large Variety; Newest* Shapes,
All Selling at Prices to Suit the Times..
i.-« L >M5..      MDC     VWI
Uafl25tc
MRS. WM. RAE.
i   ' ...
ATtsBWOTOiif
B294. ACRES
-OF-
!
I (' TDM ARRIVED-SMO SACKS nnd G.0W
""'ft more en rout.. Farmer., und In your
ord.r.**rly,that I may know how many
sftH-fN*.'--'' 1 '""■• '■
w»Ai»im,.
a* it
CHOItJt   LAND!
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langlev, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and uptrards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.    ,
Steamer landing ami good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
•JCS* For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of oharge.    , " ■<»■ ■
RANJ) BROS.
' dSfiusltc
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civio Office-ia,—Mayor, Robert Dick-
.noon: Oity Clerk, Oapt, llobinson; Police Miiglslrntc, T, 0. Alklnxon; Chief
Eiiftlneer Fire Department, \V, Corbottj
AdBititaiit, H.Reatl, *■
COUBT OPPICIALS.-Jlldge   of   tlio Su-
Sprumo Court, Hon. J. F. MpOwlgbtlHegls*
mi. W. H. Fnldliig; Shcrlir, W.J.Arm-
itrong.
IltoviNCiAi, Op-i-ioerh. — Government
Agent, Clias, Warwick; Ileglntrur of Titles.
K. W, Armfilrona; Bupt. of Provincial
Any]am, Dr. H. I. Bcntleyi Bursar of Asylum, Jan. PhiillpH* Qovemor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Steward Boyal Columbian Hospital, Chas. Dlgby; Iraml-
Jration Agent, Jno. Sprotl; Coroner, W.
t. Ferris.
Dominion Officials.—Postmaator, J. c.
Brown:.Collector of Customri.j.fi. ciute:
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. MoBrlde;
Dominion Land Agent, K.B. W. Alkman;
Crown Timber Agent, 'SL e-Hlgglnson;
InspWtorof Fisheries, Th,«. Mowat.
RRpnKsnNTATiviia.—Sonator, Dr. T. B.
Melnnes; House ot Commons, Donald
Chlsholm; Provincial Legislature, Cnpt.
W. N. Bole, 0> 0.
rSSHSfi m 0PF2CE OUE
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
OliOBI.'',
For Can. Pac. Ry,—Dftlly (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.80, and on Saturday
(for (IlBpatcli Sunday) nt 22.   '
For Victoria, V. I„ and Westorn U. S. Offices— Monday, 12.45; Tuesday, 8.15: Wednesday, 0.80: Thursday. 8.15; Friday,
6.80: Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Daily (except Sunny) at 8.15.
FOr Lndner'B Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.45; WetXnesday and Friday
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centra and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
0.
For Elgin nnd Mud Buy—Saturday, 12.46.
For Plumper's Puss—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19,
■DTTXl
From Can. Pac. Ry,—Dally (except Saturday) at 14.18.
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday 18: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlot—Daily (exoept Bun-
day) at 16.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 16,
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 16.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, II.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 0 to 19 (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls are being; sorted.
Money Order A Savings Bank,—Dally
—fta.m. to 4 p.m., and from 6 to 7on
Saturday evenings,
gailg jtitigh Cotombi*n[ BY TELEGRAPH.
Friday Evulsf, Oct, |, un.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomcuess. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with tbe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only In cans.
Roy a i, Baking Powdkk Co., 106 Wall Bt,,
8fely
Tug for Sale!
TUQ BOAT76FEET; COMPODNDMA*
chlnery, by Eastern makers,
AU.£lu. BEWIOKE A WtrLFFSOHN,
djaflto Vancouver, B. C-n\ ■
House for Sale!
AJI1S. EMMA SOLD OFFKRS HER
1VX stullrul raider., altuitadV on
Royal AvcnuH, oppoalte Oapt Irvtng»s—
the "Noh Bill" nf W.Btralnator-on reasonable tormt.-Apply dlract to
alnulTto Jills. EHHA OOLD.
FOR SALE.
fPHE STEAMER "SWAN." 89 feet keel,
1 9 feet beam, 4 it. 8 ln. hold; titled with
double engines, AkxScylinders, aleo steel
boiler nud stinft (John Doty, maker, one
of tho bostmnniifiicturen-In Canada*. Sho
js In real good order and fully equipped.—
For further particulars, apply to M. G.
TERUUNE or W. R, AUSTIN.      dse4ml
VANCOUVER OITY
FoundryilidachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS Q\? THESE
works have much pleasure hi notifying their friends and tlie publio that they
aro now prepared to rocelvo and promptly
exeeuto any orders fnr work in - their line
with which they may be favored.
AsiUcUELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vaucouver, B.O., Sth May, 1888.
 divmyiatc :	
•LSTOTIO'S.
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll avti Intend to iniiki. nnpllcatlon to
tho Ohlpf Comnilnalnnor of Land, snd
Works for pnrmlRRlon In Icrmo tlio follnw-
Ini described property for Umbering- purpose.., via.:
Cniniiietieliiff nt u r.ii3t plunled nt the
soullH.iial ciiriici'iif Uil ll, Viil.lot Island!
thence east 40 Minim!, thence north 20
elintiis. thonce M'i.hi M clinlnl, thenoe
north 00 chains, thenco went 20 chaina,
thenco north 40 ehnliis. Ihenoe west 20
chalnB, thenee soulli 20 .chnlns, thenoo
woat 20 ohahiN, llieiic,. aouth 20 chains,
thenoe awiat 20 ollnlnH. thenoo aonth 20
ohnlna, thenco er.nl. 20 ehuliiB to the northwest corner of Lot 18; thenco east lOohalm
to the northeast corner nf tho tald lot;
thenoe south OO'Ohalns to pointof commencement-containing; In nil 440 acres,
more_orIeia.a_     i   LAJDLAWs)o5.
July 23rd, 11)88.
doclml
An old lady who died in Pittsburg lately left (SK00 for home mis
lions and $4,000 for foreign missions.
The innooent old soul, exclaims the
Chicago Tribune, did not believe
there were any heathens to speak of
in this country.
Of W. D. Howells as a boy-printer,
.the Ohio State Journal sayi i—"He
was a hard worker and a first-class
compositor. He is itill remembered
a,.one who rarely mingled in the
sports and jests of the composing-
room, hud few companions, and always seemed to have his mind on a
career muoh higher than a conventional compositor, whose only ambition was to get a big 'string' and
mnko way with his earnings.
Many persons not prevented from
turning book leaves with a wet finger by fastidious refinement will
now, perhaps, pause from fear of
microbes. The authorities of Dresden have been investigating the
question whether circulating libraries aro a medium for the spread of
infectious diseases. They rubbed
the dirtiest leaves of the books,
microscopically examining the pro-
duot in eaoh case. In the first case
scaroely any microbes were found on
the finger, in the second case plenty.
Hon. Alexander Mackenzie has
placed on record the following opinions: "The veto power is necessary,
in order that the general government
may have a control over tbe proceedings of the local legislatures, to a
certain extent. The want of this
power was the great source of weakness in the United Statei," Again,
"If eaeh province were able to enact
such laws as it pleased, everybody
would be at the mercy of the local
legislature, and tho genor»l lepila-
ture would become of little importance."
The German officers say that the
war of 1866 was won by the infantry, the war of 1870 by the
artillery and the next war will be
won by the cavalry. All agree that
the first shook of the contending
arrhies in the next war will be a
tremendous cavalry battle. Eaoh
nation, the very instant war is declared, will launoh her entire cavalry
force into tha enemy's country to
prevent mobilization and concentration. These vast hordes of cavalry
will undoubtedly come into collision,
and the result will be a cavalry battle of suoh vital importance that
whoever wins it will be pretty certain tn come out victor ill the
whole war.
The avidity with which the .people of Italy are purchiiing ths illustrated Bible published in one
cent numbers by Edoardo Sonzogno,
editor of II Secola ot Milan, ii s
marvel only equalled by its strange
publication. Already it hai secured
a circulation of 50,000, and the success of the enterprise has led to an
arrangement with the publishing
house of Ramon Moliuas, of Barcelona, for a Spanish edition of the
Bible, to be publiihed in a similar
form. The Italian edition is' not
only a marvel of cheapness; it is
neatly and carefully printed, eaoh
number containing several' pictorial
illustrations of a class much superior
to the tawdry pictures that o'ttimes
disfigure cheap English edition!.
This is an age, pre-eminently,
when things are not what they seem.
A high medical authority of the
United States, speaking lately of the
disease and danger that lurks in bed
clothes, Ac, said: "Take notice of
the fact that diaease and death lurks
in the very pillows and bolsters on
whioh we lay our heads at night.
It is easy to talk of down and feathers, but it ii a fact, if they were cut
open, these articles would he often
found to be more or less stufl'eil with
the most heterogeneous materials.
Pillows, bolsters, and beds have been
examined and found to contain portions of filthy, coarse black serge,
apparently parts of soldiers' coat
sleeves, pieces of dirty, greasy silk
dicsses, old worsted braid from the
borders of women's gowns, toiled
linen rags and colored calico, and
even nuts and walnut shells and
Siecos of crinoline wire. The boding in this oase was bought new,
we arc assured, a few years ago of
an expensive and respectable upholsterer. Moreover, a woman who
was employed to do the unpicking
work of the trade informed the lady
of the household that the practice of
stuffing bedding with dirty rubbish
and rags was very general, and that
few beds or bolsters contain only
the materials of whioh they are supposed to consist."
Children Cryfor PHcheHsCaitorla
,|i,r
:i|   sill
iwm0'
theWhlltekiptlHarder.lllll Irrsllil
Enlleue.1. Bloodbuu.d. I. be Vial
lo Trace llie Murderer.
A 4o.llr.rd BIm In Wke.l...TeU.s te.
ver Dyl.* 0.1 In FlorM....sbrrn..u
eu AB.ex.llos.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
A UAI'TAIN SUSPENDED,
San Fiuncisco, Oot. 5.—The British
contular court of inquiry contidering
the cue of Oapt. Puree!!, of the Britiih ship Rcspigadera, which ran
aground on a reef nt tho entrance., to
San Pedro harbor on ' \feoWduy of
latt week and became ft total wreok,
hat found the captain guilly cf negligence and impended his certificate for
three months,   '.
SHEUMAN ON ANNEXATION.
Washington, Oct 5.—Senator Sherman, said lait night that while ho
thought Canadian annexation' necei-
lary and inevitable he did not believe
Canada was yet resdy. Be was of the
opinion that the president'! retaliation
measure would help neither annexation
nor commercial union. Should Canada in turn resort to retaliation measure! it woulditop their trade, The
union would be more valuable to them
than to the U. S.
A SUSPECT RELEASED.
London, Oot. 5.—The American arrested on suspicion of being the
Whitechapel murderer has been released, the police concluding they
cannot connect him with any of the
murders.
THE WHITECHAPEl MUK1IEI1S.
London, Oot. 6.—The following
story, oabled from New York, hat in-
created the excitement regarding tho
Whitechapel crimes: Goo. M. Dodge,
a seaman, thinks he knowi the perpetrator! of the murden in London, Be
arrived in London on August l°th and
went to the Queen's muiic hall on
Bigh itreot, a popular resort, whore
he met a Malay cook, called Alaska,
who said he had been paid a few dayi
before two yein wigei, amounting to
more than (500. He puiohiie'
clothing and a fine gold watch aud on
going into. Whitechapel district Alaska
said he hid beon robbed of all he had
by a woman with whom he had become
acquainted. Dodge sayi in his pies-
ouoe the Malay threatened that unless
he found the woman and recovered hii
property from her he would murder
and mutilate every'Whitechapel1 woman
h. met.
BANQUET.
ST. Paul, Minn., Oct. 5.—Henry Vil-
lard, Charlet Francis Adams and Thos.
F. Oahes wero tendered a banquet last
night by the business men of St. Paul.
A conference of the officials of the northern Pacific and lines tributary to it will
be held to-morrow.
SENTENCED TO IIANO.
. Medina, Ohio, Oct. 5.—Mn. Mary L,
Garrett was sentenced to-day to he hanged on the 34th of January for the murder
of her two demented step-daughters.
She saturated the room in which the
girl, were sleeping with coal oil and filled
it with kindling and dry leaves, to which
she set fire.
PASSENOEB MST.
. San Fbaxoisco, Oct. 0.—Passengers
per steamer Umatilla for Victoria, A. D.
Watson, W. D, Morrowman, W. H.
Ellsworth, H. P. Mellish, T.J. Peory-
ram, M. Hicki, M. Copeland and wife,
J. B. Rigan, and Mri. W. Madden,
WHEAT.
Chicago, Oct. 5.—-There appeara to ho
no oheck to the upward movement in
wheat. Oct, advanced 4h cent! thii
morning, closing it 114. Nov. 5 cents,
closing it 116, and Dec, 4' cent!, closing
it 117}. Wheat market weakened in
the afternoon. Oot. dropped 1 cent, Nov.
1} cent! aud Deo. 1" cents.
Niw Yobk, Oct. 5.—The wheat mar-
!;et was not to itrong this morning.
Nov. declined H cent, ind doted at 1121;
Dec. at opening aold ' cent better than
lilt night s figure, 1141, "ti nt noon USJ
was uked for It. May wai somewhat
stronger. Wheat at the afternoon session of the market rallied, Nov. closing
at 118, Oct. 114, Deo. 1171, and May 121.
LivntrooL, Oot. 5.—Wheat caiy, do
mind poor.   Cala. 8} .hillings.
SCHOONER ASHORE.
San Fnancisoo, Oct. .1,--The schooner
Elsie Ivcrson which left here yesterday
afternoon for I'oine Arena for lumber
wont aahore at Drakea Day in a fog thia
morning.
VIOLENT STORM.
London, Oot. 5.—Tnero hai been
violent itormi in tho North Sea, and
aeveral tithing smacks which have
arrived at English ports report tho
lost of their crows by having been
washed overboard.
THE FEVER.
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 5.—Up to
noon to-day there wore three deaths
and 38 new caiea of fever among the
whitei. The doctors are much plonsod
at the deoreaae of the epidemic nnd say
all the patienti aro doing well.
HANOEII,
BninoEi'ORT, Oct 5.—Philip Pnlla-
doni,. an Italian, who murdered hie
brother in cold blood on June 22nd,
was hanged this morning.
EXAMINATION OF JUHOIW.
San FraKci8co, Oot. 6.—Ooronor
Stanton began an examination ef tho
jurors drawn to investigate the cause
of Ihe death of David Donohue, killed
in'tho roomi of the republican county
committee during the thooting that occurred thero after the primary election.
WILL USE BLOODHOUNDS,
London, Oct. 5.—Charles Warren,
ohief of tho metropolitan police, haa
deoided to employ bloodhound, to discover the perpetrator of the Wliite-
chipol murden.
Job printing of all kindi neatly done
at the Colombian offloe. Prlooi will be
found u lowu at any other offloe In
thi provlnoe.—Atv
yncyi \
Skieklag A«M»I.
A melancholy and fits] locldint oc
ourred on board H.M.8. Oirolln. yesterday afternoon while a iilute of thlr'
teen gum was being fired on th. de'
parture of Major-Qeneral Middleton
from the veuel. It li uiuil, when th.
rank of an officer ii not accurately
known, to fire the iiluto on hit departure imtead of at hii arrival. Eight
gum boomed in rapid auoceision, but
after tho firing of the ninth there wu
a long pause. The full unite wu then
concluded. The pause ifter the ninth
wai caused by the bursting of the
broech of one of the gum. Tha flying
fragments itruok Thoi. Drury, . Hue-
jacket, itanding immediately behind,
oarrying away hia right arm and almoit
levering hii head from hii body. Such
wu the force of the blow that it threw
him from one tide of the deck to the
other. Another blue-jacket, WiBlim
Langley, wu itruok in both feet, badly
shuttering them. He wu couveyed as
quickly ai possible to the naval hospital and hia woundi dretsed, but from
tho swollen nature of hii limbs it wu
impossible to ascertain the full extent
of hii injuries. He wu conicioui and
resting easily but evening, Genenl
Middleton md itaff did not learn of
the unfortunate occurrence until ifter
they irrived it the hotel. Th. genenl
wm very muoh shocked when informed
of the fact, and regretted that the ao-
cidmit ihould have occurred while tha
mon were engaged in firing a salute in
hii honor.—Colonist. ■
Slraek II sUck.    ,      .   '■
Official roporti received from the
superintendent, Mr. G, A. Dov (th.
Csriboo pioneer, well-known her.)
■peak of the unexpected enoountatr,
six feet above bed-rook, of pay-ground.
Mr. Dow gave permuiion to ior*.
wandering Chinamen to wuh the dirt
first taken out of the tunnel, 0! it
yielded only two dollars a day to a
band and would not have piid the
company to work it. But the dirtn-
cently taken out givei 12 centt to th.
pan, a yield sufficient to pay the whole
working expemei of the mine, Mow-
ovor the richnei of the overlying
ground indicates an abundance of
coarso nuggets on the hed>oBbl»'iTrl.
time for reaching the latter limplyal.-
ponds upon the glade of the anotiot
channel. Dump boxei,. iluicei, e\e.,
are now being comtruoted and when
completed, in about three weeki, a
double Bhift will itart to drive the tunnel, washing will commence ind gold
will be taken out. The protpecti of
the compiny are ai favorable at pot-
Bible, for it wu not expected to find
gold until bedrock wu reached, yet it
it now ditcovered that the whol.
ground it auriferous, and, u th. tunnel is driven deeper into Mount Cinii,
the gold increases in quantity and
coaneuen. "   ■ . .
Sluicing forks, gold tcalet and other
plant were lent np hut night by ix-
preis, and in a few weeks th. fint product from the mine will be sent to this
oity.—Col«n«t.    :
In Ihe MonntnUis.
(From a Special Corretpondent.)
Lillooet, Sept 29.—The lut few
dayi hav. been made intmitingby
the vitit of a number of pereont to th.
minei. Fint on the list wu Mr. S,
Probert, M.E., who hai the endom-
ment of many renowned capitalittl of
London, according to good authority.
With him came th. government ai-
ityer, Mr. Sutton, the ubiquitous ind
enterpriiing Uriih Nelion, md a Mr.
Pittingalo, of Victoria. They viiited
the Bonmra, ind examined miny
other lodes, taking samplei for may.
then went up Seaton and Andenon
Lakei.
On the return of Main, Probert
and Sutton nearly all the protpeotort
in the country were in town with their
samplei. The reiult of thii officii!
visit will doubtlm hav. tninfiu.no.
on Ihe mining community, but KrlittU
work hu been done on any of tha
lodei thit aitayi taken from bill ot
ore will not be regarded u a criterion
of the general character of the loll,
Mr. S. Ohenault, dinoverer of ths
Big Slide mine at Lytton, has a v.ry
good prospect not far from hire. lb.
Jensen hu brought aom. goodsilvat
bearing galena from one of th* glacial
peaki at the head of Andenon Lake.
It wai an Indian discovery, fol
which Mr. Jensen paid. I hit. ham.
ed from the Siwuh hunter! much
about the great lodes in that forbidding region, as well ns Irom a very
athletic and worthy prospector who
has spent tho summer in theie mountains; and am eatisfied that there ii
more probability of finding good ore
there thall there ii of practicability of
working it. ': •■-''' v
Some minen from Bridge river
brought down lately $500 in co.ii.
gold. Two friendi of mine hav. gone
up to hunt for quartz, J. Bell of Wert-
minster hai also gone—a distance of
about 00 milos. Dan Fraser £ Oo.
have a ledgo of molibdinum on the
banka of Andenon Like,
The Chinamen are mottly doing well
on Cnyoosh Creek, The labor tbey
have to perform in turning th. violent
ruih of water in order to get at th.
pay it very great, and their ingenuity
doei them credit:
The mn ii letting, adding a beautiful brilliancy lo th. wlphur yellow of
alldeoiduout plmti in the gorge, of
the high mountain!, which have been •
touched with frost. Beautiful il all
the scenery, over healthful tho climate,
and generous the people of Lillooet.
May a greater prosperity loon diwn
upon their quiet homes      J.M.W.
. m  . . ,'       '..' .;
Ib there anything more annoying than ,
tt,  Try It and be convinced,
.cm. ,nro nionnr 0fl"P gatl** fritish Columbian
Friday Evtalsi, Oct. 5. ins".
The following, from the Halifax
Herald, is*e cool and- refreshing, as
out-Heroding the loftiest impudence
of the most conceited U, 8, senator
when proposing to annex " this Oan-
ads oi oun," that we publish it in
full:   "It hai  occurred to us that
the present is an opportune time for
th. British foreign oflice to consider
Ihe propriety of taking eteps to reacquire  possession of  the United
States of America.   Those states
originally formed a portion of the
British  Empire;   and, had   Great
Britain not been involved in foreign
wan at the time, they would never
have been allowed to secede from the
empire.   It is quite   evident  that
"Qod and nature" have ever intencbd
that they ihould be an appendage of
the world-encircling  dominions of
Her  Britannic  Majesty, and such
they would have continued had not
the wilfulness of man set at naught
the decrees of the Almighty.   Now
that, the various dominions of the
Empire are about to be more closely
consolidated into one vast federation,
would it not bo as well to take in
ths American republic at the same
tune, and give it a proportionate representation in the great  Imperial
Britannic Congress that iB about to
bo constituted.   We are favorably
disposed toward this proposal, since
th.y are chiefly of the same race and
language as ourselves; and, though
a large portion of their population
are   Italians,   Spaniards,   Chinese,
Greeks and  Poles, we should not
deem this a vital objection.   We
have annexed Kaffirs in South Africa, and the native tribes of India;
we have also Indians and Chinese in
our northwest; nnd  therefore  we
need not hesitate to incorporate a
tew moro representatives of alien
races in our federated Empire. Then
top,' wo would save ourselves considerable trouble in future years by
adopting this proposal.   This is np-
parent to the most casual observer.
It can scarcely be supposed that the
United States will object to our nc-
quision and annexation of their territory in  view of  the many  great
.. and manifest advantages which will
aeerue to them by being incorporated
in the British Empire,   They will
thus prevent all possibility of another invasion of their  territory from
the  north.    Washingtonians  need
not then fear that provincial troops
may take possession of the capital
city as they did during the war of
1842-4.    The  capital   and  white
home will be safe from burning and
pillage.   Then, too, tbey will have
the protection of the British fleet in
the event of a foreign war, for this
is by no means a remote possibility,
since, in view of their recent outrageous violations of their national engagements with China, that country
may. be disposed to bombard and lay
waSte'the American seaboards without let or hindrance.   We will guarantee  them  adequate    protection.
They will aim rid themselves of
their demoralizing presidential contest! .very four yean.   The Imperial government will send them out
governors-general at suitable interval! whose political policy will not
be dictated by the emergencies of
partisan  warfare.   They will  also
give a tone to   American  society,
which will no longer be under the
necessity of  importing  the scapegraces of  aristocratic  England to
furnish  ideal! for their social and
domestic life.   The American politician! will also obtain the chief object of their- ambition in being conceded  representation   nt Westminster, where to their heart's content
tbey may effectually engage in the
work of developing and modelling
the British constitution, for which
they have for many years evinced
.   s marked penchant.   Now thoy profess • profound admiration for Mr.
Gladstone and Mr, Parnell; then
they would be in a position to give
give these gentlemen an efficient and
effectual penonal support.   For the
flirt time they would enjoy the blessings of that supreme law of liberty
whioh il the basis of self government,
and be completely relieved o; the
dnpotiim of a presidential regime.
Ths  federation  into  which  they
would enter would by its very con-
itltnt'on vouchsafe to each constituent member home rule in local pf-
fiun. The Irishmen, Scotchmen and
Wskhmen  of thb' Unieed  States
wanld eagerly embrace suoh a mens
on, for by it they would  secure a
twtent voice in protecting the liberties of their native provinces. Ad-
minion  to  such  a   confederation
would alio conciliate the solid south
whioh from   time immemorial  has
hod a deep-rooted affection for Great
Britain,   British capital, io which
ths states chiefly owe their prosperity,  would  then  circulate  freely
throughout the length and breadth
of that great country and give permanency to the commercial institutions which it has already proved
such a potent agent in promoting.
The stars and stripes which are now
emblematic of the intellectual bondage of those wbo seek tbe healthy
radon of the morning light, would
then he rapplanted by the banner of
' the onu whioh ii of itself the highest type of the purest form of liberty,   But why need we wax elo-
auent or grandiloquent either, over
ie manifest advantages and  blessings  that will b. enjoyed  by our
repsMictn neighbors when once we
have annexed that country to the
firitbb Enrslfsl Tlwse sdvsntages
are apparent to all. They furnish
convincing arguments in favor of
the pursuance of such a policy. The
British government should at once
bo aroused to a just appreciation of
the importance of improving the
present opportune occasion. By all
means let us annex the United
States of America I
Late Canadian News.
Baufax, N. S., Sept, 28.— Bov.
Dr. Crawley, one of the founders of
Acadia college, and probably the oldest
Baptist miniiter in the country; died
at Wolfoville yeiterdiy, aged ninety
yean.
Toronto, Sopt. 28.—The ainnll-pox
tcaro hero hu oollnpsod. No new
cases have developed themiolvei and
the patients in the hotpital no doing
woll. Vaccination stations will bo
opened this ifternoon in several portion! of the oity.
Toronto, Sopt. 28.—John   Charlei
Dent tho woll known litorateur is dead.
Chatham, N.   B.; Sept.  23.—Isaac
Jackson shot John O'Brien doiid in  a
drunken row hore to-day.
Ottawa, Sept, 29.—The postmaster-
general has authorized the comptroller
of postal revenues to outer into negotiations with Japan for the establishment of a money order convention for
the direot exchange of money orders
between Canada and Japan.
Quebec, Sept. 30.—In consequence
of the late heavy rains the River
Chaudiere hu overflowed if a banka and
caused great damage especially in the
lowlands. In tho vicinity ot St. Joseph dels Peance, largo quantities of
grain have been carried away.
Toronto, Sept. SO.—Charles Davidson & Co.. wholesale saddlery and carriage hardware, have suspended payment. The liabilities aro estimated at
S54.000, and the assets at 830,000.
Winnipeg, Oot. 1.—Tho Free Brest
this morning charges that Greenway
before the laat general election went to
a member of the Manitoba Central
Bailway and offered to give them the
building of tho lino between this city
and Portage la Prairie, and also to
lease the Red Itiver Valley roud if they
would contribute $10,000 to the general election fund of theliberal party, and
$2,500 to pay his own election expenses.
This they ng'rood to do, but Greenway
did not carry out his share of tho contract. It is not pretendod'thiit either
Greenway or his party ever received a
cent of money, and the evidence produced in Bupport of tho charge con-
sistBof letters from Greenway, whose
obvious meaning does hot benr out the
interpretation put on them. The impression here is that the charge ia
groundless nnd vamped up by disappointed boodlers who have tnade a tool
of Luxton.
The Ninetieth won tho provincial
lacrosse championship on Saturday,
defeating the Winnipeg! by two goals
to one.
Montreal, Oot. l.-^Senator Ogili-
vie says that the high price of wheat
has come to stay and that the United
Statei and Canada will find ere long
that they have none to export.
Halifax, Oot. 1.—At tho liberal
convention held at Shelbourne on Saturday, Thomas Johnson, M. P. P.,
was unanimously nominated to oppose
i General Laurie for the commons. It
I ia doubtful whether Mr. Johnion will
accept the nomination.
QuECiC, Oct. 3.—It is itated in
well-informed circles that the local
legislature will be convened for the
dispatch of buiinosn about tho middle
of November.
Montreal, Oct. 3.—The Hon. Edward Blake lent $100 to the local
treasury of the Parnell defence fond.
• Ottawa, Oct,' 3.—R. 8. White, con
lervative, wu eleoted for Card well to.
day; 90 majority.
Sir H. Langevin, speaking of the
proposal to buy Canada from Great
Britain and annex it to the United
States, said it wu a most unprecedented and extraordinary offer. It was not
the kind of proposal which ihould come
from ono friendly nation to anothor.
If it wai made leriouily the itrong
sentiment of our people would keep ui
united and independent.
Pope k Bitleau, druogiatt, Cedat "lipids, Iowa, writtii "We have never sold
any medicine that gives such satisfaction
to the consumer and pleasure to the seller
sb Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. We can
refer you to -numbers that have used it
for dlpthetia with entire latiifaction and
succesB.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastorla
Just Arrived
FROM THE EAST,
Previous to the Advance in
Freights.
TRUNKS
IN ALL SIZES.
Black and Orange
Gladstone Bags.
CLUB BASS tt SATCHELS.
Rug & Shawl ->traPs-
J, E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER & HATTEK,
Colombia St., Off. Teleobafb Oinci,
Sew Weittalsiler, B. C.
dWKflt.
And Carbuncles resultfromadobili tuted.
Impoverished, or iinnuro condition of the
blood. Ayer's Sarsaparilla prevents and
cure! these eruptions audpainful tumors,
by removing their came; the only effect*
ml way of treating them.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has prevented the
usual course ol Boils, whioh have pained
and distressed me overy season tor several years.—0. Scales, Plainville, Mich.
I wu badly troubled with Plmplei on
the lace; alio with a discoloration of the
•kin, whioh showed Itself in ugly dark
patches. No external treatment did
mere than temporary good, Ayer's Bar.
■aparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
md I have not been troubled since.—.
T. W. Boddy, Bivor it., Lowell, Masi.
I waa troubled with Bolls, and my
health. was much Impaired. I began
using Ayor's Sarsaparilla, and, In due
time, the eruptions all disappeared, and
my health was completely restored.—
John Et. Elklna,Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. G.
I was troubled, for a long time, with a
humor whioh appeared on my face in
agly Pimples and Blotches. Ayer's Sir-
laparlllacuretlmo. I consider It the beat
blood purifier in the world.—Charlea H.
3mith, North Oroftshury, Vt.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Is sold by oil druggists. Ask for Ayer'.
Sarsaparilla, and do not be persuaded to
lake any other. tt
Prepared by Dr. J.O. Ay.r &.Co.,Low«ll,Msal.
Price .1; all bottle., SS.
Pimples, Boils, | B O N  MAR CHE
TTT ST   AESIVBD,
AN ELEGANT ASSOKTMENl!,OF,;,   ■".,
Ladies'iChi'dren'sDolmanettes,
Ulsters tt Jackets,
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Tirminui.
rESSRS. W.J.WAtiKBB A OOMP-Y
L have lots for sale In the oity from
... upwards.
Also, Immediately .adjoining the City
limits from $25' upwards; and a few remaining lots at Sapperton at 9100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
nnd along the line uf railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsville in flrst-class situations
at profltublo rates.
Intending investors aro invited to call
Immediately, before prices are advanced,
Tlio advertisers oiler their services as
Hgents for the PURCHASERS of property,
and as suoh will give the fullest Information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any proposed Investment in land, whether ln
their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, city. dwTnuto
At the
OF THK LATEST. STYLES,
»jt^m.mt.**«^:wiJR3* '
Oox.o-isr4Ax aziodac.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
•ar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplSlr
BIOMTABXJI
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late or England)
Corner of Church and Columbia streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•"■"Satisfaction guaranteed.     dwfe7to
VTOTIOE 18 HEREBY  GIVEN THAT
1\ wo intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
viz.:
Commencing at a post planted on tho
sonth Bide of unsnrveyod channel at northwest corner of Lot 25, Valdez Island;
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; thence south
80 chains, thenco cast .40 chains, thenco
south 20 chains, thence east 20 chalnB,
thence south 20 chnlns, thence east 20
chains, thence sonth 20 chains, thence
east 00 chains, thence north 49 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, more or less, to a post on
the shore of nnsurveyed chnnnel; thence
following tho shore lino in a westerly direction to point of commencement, and
containing in all 1400 acres, more or less,
LAIDLAW A CO.
August 31st, 1888. doc2ml
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer in Wooden and Mctnllc Bur-
Inl Caskets, Funerals conducted.
A full line of Comn Trimmings always on
hand. Parties ut a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed In overy particular.
dwocitc Columiia 8t. Hew West.
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
T-VR. JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SY8-
\J tem of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Erysipelas, Brlghi's Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and all chronic complaints, Fe-
vcrs,8mallFox,Plles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
nnd all female complain ts. the system
Is simple. Tbe medicine rebuilds the diseased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
mentstOrganic Bodies and w> on which are
normally prepared In the body by the
glands. For sale by
d8autc ..     M. DESBRISAY.
TO SAWJILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufacturers ot'
SAWMILL Ei\Gh\ESAM) BOILERS
Cans, Oiroulm and Heavy Bam Saw Mill*,
For tho convenience of their British Columbia friends, havo appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
MIUWRICH1S AM MEOHAHICAL ENGINEERS.
WUTMINSTEI,
Th.ir Sol. Agents for thii Province,
Wo ire now training a ipecial lino of
Machinery lor thi. country, equal to anything built on the American continent.
Before ranking any changes you will do
well to correspond with our agenta.
WM. HAMILTON,Sr..
auldwto President.
DR. CHILD'S
An Infallible Remedy I
"I hod Piles very bad. Treatment by
various doctors and nt Medical-Institute
did mo no-good. Dr. Child's Pile Ointment cured me." J. Kivk,
"I had Piles fifteen years. A $2 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment has about cured
me." J. Rolley.
(Mr. R. now reports tlmt ho is completely cured),
"I had Piles over ten years. SufTered
terribly. Nothing did me «ny material
good until I tried Dr. Child's Pile Ointment, which gave Immediate relief, and
I now consider myself cured."
Tnos.EcKKntt.RY,
Loco. Engineer,
"I had Piles about thirty years. Was
Often laid up with them. Was under
treatment three months in hospital at St,
Paul, but nothing did me much good till
I got ni*. Child's Pile Ointment, wlileh relieved me instantly, One pot cured mo
and two olhor men/'
J. H. Grviksiianks,
Painter.
PRIOE,   ONE  DOLLAR
D. S. CURTIS a CO.
WHO.-SAIE & RETAIL 0RPJ00ISTS,
Mew Weitminster, Brit. Col.
■-.    dwteaoml
Contact Refused
FAILING  TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth <>■ «■ Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts.
N. Ii.—A first-class Upholsterer em*
ployed.
I'auOic      P • PEEBLES.
Land Reslstry Ordinance, 1870
Part (90 Acres) of Lot No. 460, Group
IL, in the District of New.Westminster.
HTHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
T   Title of Isaac Sinclair Johnston to
the above lands has been lost ot destroyed, and application hat-been made for a
duplicate thereof; _
Notice Is therefor* hereby given that a
fresh Certificate will be Issued In
lieu of that bo lost or destroyed, unless
cause be shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG.
,..-.. Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New West., 28th Sept., 1888.     dse28ral
TIMETABLE
Str. ''Gladys,"
TTNTIL POBTHJBB NOnCE,   WILL
v leave for chilliwhack and way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m., returning on the following days. For ail turthei Information
apply on hoard, or to _■;" .' .
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmytto On th. Whirl,
3JTOTIOEL
PRICES OF ROUGH LUM-
ber have been established
on the basis of $u per thou-
land feet. A detailed price list
will be sent on application. "
; ROYAtcfflY PLANING MILLS CO.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL OCT. ILd.)
       dwtelgml
Ji,
NOTICE.
Canada Life Assurance Go.
DARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
X Company, whose Premiums are payable at Eastern points, oan haw the piMf.
of payment thereof changed to this cltf,
free of charge, by applying to the undei**
slgned.
-HrKlik* taken ln (hie IcmHim Canadian Company nt mesl MV«tM« rites,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dje28lc Agent.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ VICTORIA.
^.oajs-tro sob
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON/* CO.,
SI Fintbury Circui,
London, K. C.
asrorriOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 days »ftor date we Intend making
nppllca'lon to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands A Works for permission to pur-
cliuse the following described lands In
Const Dlslrlct, Province of British Columbia:
No. I.—Commencing nt the N. E. corner
of Lot 31, Range 1 (Valder. Iiland); thence
past ten (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn inlet, thence northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet and Village
bay to the 8. E. corner of Lot 31, thenee
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement —containing about 80
acres.
C. E. WOODS A. G. GAMBLE,
I'M SUMIim. N0TUV NUM.
M-TuurtbUi
LAND SURVEYORS,
kSit4ttiIimDU,finaseial^iti
AND CONVEYANCEK8.
J-.QrdVNTB  FOU
FtiUC.-The Western of Toronto,The .Etna, The City of London, and The Hartford.
L1FE.-The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDKNT-TlieTravellers'ofHarUord
Land Surveying in all Its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
Oity nnd Suburban Landl for Sale.
We can show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands, Improved and unimproved, throughout the district.
Mining and other Stock bought and
sold.
Stone]- to Loan on first mortgage at
low rates. .        	
Tklkpiione Call No. 33.
P.O. DUAWKItW.
.   WOODS, TURNER 4 flASBLK,
Oran, iiuiri Block,   -  Columiia Stiiit
NEW WESTMINSTER.
drahUtc
bntai Hauls
& oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AMI	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And trasiact ill Buainoss relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOR—
London Aunrance Corporation.
Conneetlcnt lire Ininranes Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire lift Ann*.
snee Co.
Canton Iniursnee Offlce, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
cmw
No. 2.—The small Island lying at the
nead ol Village bay, ValdesL'" * ~"
mining about one ll) acre.
1STOTIOE
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN  THaT
,,   we have mado application to the
ion. Minister of tbe Interior for a lease
for Umbering purposed of the following
described tract of fund:;
Commencing at a post planted at the
forks of Silver Crtek (on Harrison Lake),
about one and a-half milea from Its
mouth: thence east 80 chains, thenco
south 120 chains, thence west 100 ohalns,
thence North 130 ohalns, thence eastW
chains, to place of commencement.
■ 'BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
"*- *     Per H. L, DeBeck, Manager.
HI
FOR SALE0R LfASE.
A FARM OONTAININd
A Prairie Land, 5 mil
Moody, 8 milea from West!
munloatlon by water, rail o
Oaub.puroha.ed with' or"
Terms easy.—Apply to
A. MCLEAN,
Plit Meadow.:
or to SHANNON A HALL
dwauisto Vancouver.
•NraStO'E,
A SITTING OF THB COUNTY CODRT
will b. hold at LYTTON on Hrodar
Ik. Stt Say nt October, ISIS, at ten
o'olock In th. forenoon.
B; Command,
WlDODD.    .
BeiiatrnrCO.
Lytton, September*, 1S88.  -1 ae2Mwtd
FRESH CAUFORNIA AHD LOCAL
Fits Spiles
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeilto
Now West., B. C, Sept. 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
daellin2 cuari.es 13. Woods.
North British and
mercantile
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
AuUorlwd Capital, • »S8.M0.M*
Sasscrlbed <-•*• • l,800400
PSId np, - *''  .   ^sMjOOO
Fire Fund I Reiervci, at
at 31at Dec., 1887,       •      1,188,114
Revenne Firs Branch,    1,**S,MI
"E^Rates as Low aa any other
i eliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 8. JAQUES,
Agent (or New Wettmlntter City and
Diitrict. djeSlzto
asrotpio-a
HENRY VTOMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
-AND—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STRliT,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   •   B.C.
Opp. Postof1.ee and next door to the
r Bank of British Columbia.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IK ALL FAOTB OF TH*,.
City and Dlstrlot of New
Westminster,
.    i- -AKBii'!      i   I ■    •
CITY »* VANCOUVER
AQSNT FCH
The Csnada Lilt Ininranes Co..    ,
The National Fire AnnranceCo.,
The Korwleh Union tire Iniarsue
Bseletr. ^ *J*
.ario.na Effected n Bed Iitate .1
Be.aoMble Male..
RrrAWJirjioTAiOs it*.
-» am**!
•"fcTOTlCiP.
NOTICE IS HEttEBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after date we intend making application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and -Works for permission to
purchase the following described lands
situate on Valdea Island, Coast District,
British Columbia;
Commencing ata point onthe east boundary of Lot 17, Coast District, 20 chains
south of tbe northeasterly corner of
mild lot, thonce east 40 chains, south lo
the shore lino of Village Bay, northeasterly nlon-j said shore line to the Houtht'tuit
corner of l/>t 31, Coast District, north lo
tlio shore line of Main Lake, along west,
shore line of said lake northwesterly to
tho first point where our timber lease "L"
crosses said lake, ihoncealongourtlmbor
lease lines inn generally west direction
to a point 40 chains due north of tbe norl U-
cast cornerof Lot IT.Coast District, thenoe
due south 40 chains to the northeast corner of Lot 17, Coast District, thence nouth
40 chaina, cast 40 chains, nnd south 20
chains to point of commencement.
Royal City Planing Mills Co. (Ld.)
By their agent, O E. Woods,
New Westminster, B. C,
M      < - August 8th, 1886. ■    anTd2m
FffiEliMCE
ao*a——jsr~
OF    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISBDED  AT   THB LOW-
eat retes, and no combination with
any other Companies.
„ .,      JAMES CUNNINGHAM. .
MAJOR A PEARSON
Seal Estate' Broken and
Financial Agents.   ' '
AGENTS FOB, ,.-.., .,
Conla.der.tlon Lit. AjKel.tlaS ot
Toronto.
Royal and Lattea.hlr. Fire Isisr-
.nc. OompasUa. : -
•..Valuable Lots lor nl. IU the Oltjr
and Dlatrict of Westmlnater; and choice
Ixita In the City of Vancouver.
Persona wishing to buy or tell clty'or
rural property should' communlcate irllh
ut. , J
Offleeai Bank of B.C. building, oppoalte
ppstoflloe, Weatmlnsler,and Halting.St.,
Vancouver. dwapleto
THE ANNUAL
BRITISH COLUMBIA
WILL BS HELD AT
Agricultural Hall,  Beacon
HIU, Victoria, B.C.,.
THORSDAY.iFftlDAYii SATURDAY
Oelober Ilk, Sthndsm.
Thunday will be devoted to Judging of
articles and animals on exhibition,
The doors will be open nt 0 o'clock a.m.,
on Friday and Saturday.
TICKETS OF AOMISSION-FlflyCenlB
for Adults; 2.1 cents for Children.
Intending exhibitors are requested to
notify tho fl.civt.ry.
. THOMAS RUSSELL,
SwaeHId Secretary,
GEEAT
SHAVE RECEIVED INTSRUCTION8
to nil by Public Auction at the Colon-
,1 Hotel, on
Saturday, October IStli,
AT 8 O'CLOCU, P.M.
ipHAT VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT
A on Agnet street west, and known is
Lot 9, Block XXXIII, New ivcatmlnsler
City. This III full .lie lot with good alx-
room House, stabling for four horaea, an
excellent garden of bearing Fruit Treea,
and a nevor falling supply of pure spring
water. Termi, Itaoo oalh, balance at 8 per
.cent. .
THE S.W.OUABTER OF SECTION 80,
Group 2,lK mll.i from New Weatmlnater, with ball a mile frontage on the
Scott Road leading to Ladners Landing.
This la an excellent chance to Secure a
■nod ranch within eatv reach of the oity.
The growth li principally light alder, and
the toll la of excellent quality. Terraa, 26
per cent, cash, balance at 8 per cent.
THAT VERT ELIGIBLE LOT ON AG*
nea atreet, next the residence of Mr.
Phillips, and known an Lot 86, Viotoria
Gardens; the tl to of the lot Is m x 183 feet.
This la one of the beataltnated lots on thla
atreet, and should meet with ready alio,
ANNAOI8 I8LAND.
A ISO THAT VERY DESIRABLE PRO.
** party known a! "Annnoia Ialand."
ThlBIaland Is sltuate.about three-quarters
of a mile below New Wettmlniler Oily on
the Fraser River. II contains 806 acrea, a
■eat part of whioh li prairie with a heavy
owth of timber around the outer edge of
great part of which Is prairie with a heavy
growth of timber around the outer edgo of
Ibe Island, forming an excellent inciter
ahd making It eminently adapted for a
Block ranch. Dome ol the land hai been
cultivated, and It I. upon thla UlMid that
tbe beet sugar Industry waa established.
Thla property will be fonnd.-worlhy the
attention of capitalists, aa In the handeof
competent parties this Island could be
conveniently out up Into small farms of
Bay 60 acres each, and would bring In a
handsome return lor fhe InveatmenwAnd
parties looting here would be within
easy reach of the city, and have the ad;
vantage, of . r..dy and oonataut market
for all they could produce.    -
ALSb SEVERAL OHOHJE MXTSJ_X
l» I. Lot II, Block XIII, New Weatmlnater sobnrba; .nd In Lot B, Block X,
New Wettmlntter aubnrbt.fMlng onth.
Douglas Road,' Tarntt, one-third cuh,
tslsnce In three .nd ill monthi, at I per
«nt. internt.
»,*.T«APP,
7,
ItlOB
PNT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on band In great
variety.
Everything 'flrst-class and furnished In
good shape,
mm- Send 15 cts. for valuable 80-page Descriptive Catalogue with 6 beautiful col"
ored plates.  Price Lists sent free.
G. W. HENRY,
dwdelCtc Port Hammond, B.C.
UMeea&Si
HAVING OPENED ON'   ' .
Front Street, Opp. C. P.N. Wharf,
"WISHES TO INFORM THE PfiOt"I.B
' v  of Westminster that they are prepared to sell
Choice Family Groceries and
Clothing,
At LOWEST PRICES. Call and Inspect
our Block before purchasing elsewhere,
and yon will snvo money by it. ! >-'-y7
dse7ml N, 0..M0KEEN A SON.
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Amuiimlttfln; H-londlng T06IS,
Fishing Tuelcle.
ALL KINDS Of SrORTMG GOODS.
*dTM,"«»tS/ilBALlOTHEST|ll"t^
Spctaolei ud Siwiiif lUavhiw Hnfln
A SPEq^LTY., ,,,.
A 6ne line ol Cutlery, Pipe., Bnt Good.,
Fine; Goodi, Ac,
WThe laiaest aatortoient of,:Slotle '
and Double, Breech and Mutlle-loadflig
SHOT-GUNS In thepwvfnee,lVeS|»up
to 1100. W.W. Greener Guns.
8. H. 1
AUCTlONEKR '
«A»iiAti
IIAlSIS.
New Weitminster. Bj p.      dwteWmt
M.A.McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JIIST M0BIV8D A*!**)!', LINE
WORSTED &IWEED SUITINGS
ev-TC0Rttaff,Trouscrlngaiit1
Fancy Vesting.   -
ttr We keep a large and teleot slock ol
everything.that la found In any flriaxa.il
Tailoring EaliibllBhment.
Opposits Oolowm. HOTSk
CoLrjinu St.,  ■  N»w WiiTtusim.
- ajkx.x. jk~r
MM IKE'S'
OLD STAIfD,
0pp. We C. P. N.Cd.-s Wharf,
For a General Assortment of    ,
Dry Goods,
O^OTHiifQ-,
Millinery,
,   Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries. Crockery, Cordage, etc.
Butter Hegg, Barrels,
Hay, drain, Feed, dee.
FARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OB SOLD ON COMMISSION.
fMmSnsavr, THE FARMER FEEDETH ALL.
- g   ■-.      _-,	
HylofrdaHdM thrnuf-lvtho palnco gate,
My lady BwertpSiilo!.: in state, )
Tho sarco thinks Ioiik oil many a thin**:,
And tho maiden iih.k'S oa mun-yiug*
Tho ihlnstrel harpotli murrily,
Thesailor plowr, i!iefn::inliii;H«.[i,
. Tho huntsman kills thm*oo<l red deer,
And tbo soldlor warn v.-i1 limit a four.
But fall to oach whato'er bofail,
Tho farmer he must feod thorn all.
Smith hammereth choerlly tho sword,
Priest preachotli pure nnd holy word,
Dame Alico workotli brcldory well.
Clerk Itlchard tnlos ot love can tell,
She tap-wifo soils her foamtoK b«r,
an Fisher flshoth In tlio more,
And courtiers ruffle, strut and shine,
Whilo napos bring tho Gascon wlno.
But full to each v, liato'er befall,
Tho farmer ho must feed them all.
aHMr**-*
iiettibyi ...
every land,
iwilinbullile
jestitllSFevob       ,     ,
iircktspliOw tin. bulldor'n hand,
-.cbos. rsiiiniieiirii anil towors,
mlKoiniiS lAman.i bowers:
—L |3one,'Bo't-horoand:tbero,    .
_. rrworUutti i-verywhoro.
But work or rest, wlinto'or befall,
Tho larmor ho must feci ilunn nil,
-Cluirlurf G. Lolaud.
OUft fEARS.
Their Phyetologloal  Talue  and Importance—An Instructive Lesaou.
Tears in redunilmico mny strikingly express emotion, lint tlmt, ia a mental sitlo,
Which la but a small part of their function, as wo shall nee. ... .       ,
The principal clement in tho composition of'a tear Is, as may bo readily supposed, water. Tho other elements aro
aalt, toda, phosplinto of lime, phosphate
of loda and mucus, each in small proportion!.
A dried tear seen tlirpnp.li a microscope,,
of good aver.uo pflPwcr presents a peculiar appearance, Tlm mitiir, ■■ after
evaporation, leaves liclilnil it the salico
ingredients which iimnlgnniate and form
-' themselves: loto .li'iifrlheued crois-lineB,
and look llko a number of uilnuto llsh
bones.
The tesri aro secretedin what are called
the "lachrymal glands," situated over
th. eyeball anil underneath the Ud. Tho
contents of these glands nro carried along
. nnd under the inner aurfaco of tho eyelida
by means of six or seven very fine channels, and are discharged a littlo above
th. .cartilage supporting the lid.
The discharge of tears from the lachrymal-gland is not occasional and-accidental, as is commonly supposed, but
continuous, It goes on both day nnd
night, though less abundantly nt night;
through tho "conduits" and spreads
equally over the surface of tbe pupil iu
virtue of the Incessant movement of tbe
lid..
After eervlng its purpose, tho flow la
carried nwayby two little drulns.situatcd
ln that corner pf each .eye nearest tho
note, into which they run, and balled tbe
"lachrymal points."
Th. usefulness of this quiet flow of
teari to both men and beasts ie manifest.
There Is auch nn lmmenso quantity of fine
dait floating in tho air, and constantly
glttlnfelntheeyos, that, but for it, thoy
~ would soon become choked.
' Very littlo Is requisite to keep the ball
tree, and when some obnoxioui iub-
itance, smoke, nn insect or the like, that
.fleets the nerves, docs make its way in,
tt increased flow ia poured out to sweep
ttaway.    .      ."".'-'	
APT AND HAPPY PHRASES.
Tk. lately DeceiMl French Wit .ud
seholav Wbo   Orlglutld   Seme  ol
M. Lablche, who died In Paris not long
ago,' waa a member of th. French
Acad.my-one of tho forty literary "Immortals" of Franc "'
- M. Labiehe originated thi saying, now
not unfamiliar in oharaoteriitng a person
who,'though Ignovsnti-insiBts upon making a great show of what he thinks he
knows, "Ii. is a msn-of vast and varied -j
mlsinrorr*S|ion.V Libichoa-xpreaMd the!
thought ln tils myi "H. hit t gnat and
varied IgnSranee." ■•' " "* *"
'Not long after Lablche had used this
expression, and had embodied it in a literary work, Prince Bismarck laid of somo
one: "That man posseatei a perfect oncy-
olopir-'lc ignorance."
Lauiche Insisted that Bismarck had
borrowed the phrase from him. Built ill
more probable that the repetition was a
mere coincidence, ai-BlimSrck hlmioli' ii
a man of genuine wit.
-A*tu. marriage of Us ion, Lablche
gave, a little party, and, a. he vras quite
unMcuttained toclrtmoule. of a locial
lort, hawls at flr* puttied to know what
s. should lay in greeting and parting
with so m.ny pwpl..     fl,.--,
"I have'HI' I IMve' KPHe «clatmed
finally, "I will .Imply uy to uoh person,
as he arrive., 'At laat!' and to each al he
goeiaway,'Already!'"
He carried out hll prognnnme, Snd ill
Us giMU felt very much flattered.
I ,
11
,       OHARLES   DICKENIii
UIIVMlIlt B.mlnUcniee. of th. Matter
1    ' stNov.llrt..  '"
X*SU«* Smator H.nry ISsnlitr., et
St. Louii, uyi:
"ftwtt my good fortun. when . rat-
dint of Englind to form th. acquaintance
of th. graut muter of novelliti, Charlei
Sicken..
> "I pbk.4 him up f Kirn the strut Jultu
hi had bun knocked down by one cab.nd
Wii lnldtogajr il being run ovir by
■nother. Re wm at the time, as healways
wu, a reporter.
"That sight I tramped with him
through th. worit slum! of London. He
told me his buitness, aud ln some way we
became friendi, and often'after that I accompanied him on his night walks. Many
characters that I saw on theso excursions
have peered at me since then from tho
pagea of hii novels.
"One thing that impressed mo about
Dickens was that ho never took notes. I
never saw ulin with a penoil in' his hand,
nor did ho seem to bo paying auy attention whatever to what was going on
around him; yet in the newspaper articles
that mak. np the complete volumes of
'Sketches by Boi' I recognized that every
mine, sound or incident of the trip hod
bun Indelibly impressed upon hll won-
dwlulmind." '
'—. . .)■': j I. ' 'ii *■.■{ ' ■
Inn llnd Way.
Little Chicago Boy-"Kln y. help i
poor, harmless, helpless boy I"
Kind Citiien—"I reckon in. Aro yon
an orphan, souuy 1"    -
Boy—"I'm wnsi nor an orphan. Ml
ladder an' mtidder is both dlworcedan'
married ugiri', an' I don't know whoi.
bey I am, an' am ilowly forgottin' me
own name."—Epoch.
■ .
- A Dum.1 Time.
"If I ihould die, dear,'! slid a nit very
lick wife, ''wonl* you marry ngalfir"
"Don't talk lu that way, my lovej yon
»>]» me dismal."   .
''Doei )t really make you dlama!,'John.
' tajthlaittat I m»y poatibly be cilled
■wayl"     ""   . r
"II makei mi feel dismal, my dear, to
think that I auy marry ng.|n,"-Epoch.
Your Children
Are constantly exposed to danger bom
Colds, Whooping Cough, Cronp, and
diseases poculutr to ths thrift and
lungs. For' inch ailments,. Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, promptly administered, affords Bpcedy relief and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children wen
afflicted, we used, during the past win.
ter, with muoh satisfaction, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. JTor this affection, w.
consider this preparation the most efficacious of all the mediolnes which havo
come to our knowledge.—Mary Part
hurst. Preceptress, Home for little
Wanderers,Doneaster,Md. ......--
My children have heien peculiarly lub-
hct to attack! of Cronp, ud I Med to
find any effective remedy until I com.
ttenced odminlitoring Ayer'i Oherry
Peotoral. This ptavdarasonrollivci tho
difflculty ot breithlng and invariably
cures the complaint.—David G. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Ayor's Oherry Pectoral
In my family for many yean, and
have found It especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. This-medlcino allayi
all irritation, prevents Inflammation from
extending to the lunga, and quickly subdues any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J. 11. Wellington, PlainvUlo, Mich.
I find no mediolne ao effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, as Ayer's
Oherry Pectoral. It saved tho life of my
little boy, only six months old, carrying
him safely through tho wont case of
Whooping Cough I over saw.—Jane
Malono, Plney flats, Tenn.     ;    - ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer A Co.,Low»U, ICasf.
Betd by all Dni-jglsts. Prloe 01; six bottle*, |K
NOTICE.
HEREAS AIT WIFE, MARGARET
„ GIBSON, has left my bed and board
without any provocation whatever, this Is
to notify-all portions not to trust heron
my account, as I will not pay any debts
which she mny contract
JAMES GIBSON.
Chilllwhack, August 4,1888.     dwou7m8
w
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY^ GIVEN THAT
X_i wo Intend to moke application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease tbe following described property for timbering purposes,
viz.:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Hastings. Saw Mill
Co.'s limit, Johnstone Straits, ValdCz Island; thence east 20 chains, thence south
(to chains, .more or less,- to Hastings Saw
Mill Co.'s line; thence following the said
line West nnd north to point of commencement, and containing in all 120 acres,
more or less, LAIDLAW tt CO.
27th August, 1888. doc2ml
•fcTOTIOfi.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
viz.: ,     . ,     „  '«      -  ■    m >
Commencing at a post planted on the
north side of nnsurveyed channel, Valdez
Island, about 2 miles from Discovery Pas-
sngo; thence north 40 chains, thence east
120 chains, thence nouth 20 chains, more
or less, to the Rhoro; thenco following tho
shore lino In a westerly direction to point
of commencement, and containing in all
410 aores, more or less,
LAIDLAW 4 CO.
Setti August, 1838. docSml
NOf ICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN THAT
_y we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and .Works
for permission to lease the following described p/operty for timbering- purposes,
Commencing at a post-- planted about 45
chains north from the southeast corner of.
Hasting!- Saw Mill Oo.'s limit, Johnstone
Htraits, Valdez Island; thence enst Ht
chains, thence north 40 ehiiins, thonoe
west 60 chains, more-or less, tOHnsttngs
HcwmtU Co.'s line: thence following 'tbe
said line south ahd.east to point of commencement, and.containing to all im
acres, more or less.   .■
'«        :  LMDLAW 4 CO.-
20th August, 1888. doctml
OWING.TO THE THREATENED Approach of Small-pox to our city, the
Board of Health would urge upon the citizens tbe Immediate necessity of being
vaccinated.
By order of the Board,,     „„,„_
H. L.DEBECK,
dse2»wl Chairman.
asroTioB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY'GrV^N THAT
j_\ we intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works
for permission to lease tbe following described property for timbering purposes,
viz.:
Commencing at a post planted on tho
south side of- Thurlow Island, southwest
from Hemming Bay, NoilaTes Cflannel:
thenco west 20 ohalns, thenoe aortU 26
chains, thence west 20 chains, tkence
C lilt 1110,    LDUUtJI-    Wt-Hi     VI   WUHIMH,    *|B**UU«
north » chains,- thence east 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains, thenoe west 20
chains, thence north 40 chnlns, thence
wost 20 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains, more or less, to the
Hastings Saw Mill Co.'s line; thence fol-
lowinglhe said line south and east a dls-
tnnco of 160 ohalns, more or fen, to the
southwest corner of Hastings saw Mill
Co.'s limit,Hemming Bay; thence following the shore line' to point of commencement, and containing In all 480 acres,
moro or less. LAIDLAW A CO.
22nd August, 1888. ,
doctfml
COME AND SEEl
NOTICE.
VOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Jmx we intend to make application to tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission- to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
vi"J*
Commencing at a post planted on the
■bore of Lake; thence north 5 chains,
more or less, to the south boundary line
of. Lot 518, Deep Bay; thence cast 40 chains,
more or less, to the southeast corner of
■aid loti thence north 20 chains, theuce
east 60 chains, thenco south 20 chain--.
thence west 40 ohalns, thence south 20
chains, thence west 60 chains, thenco
north 15 chains.moro or less, to pointof
commencement, and containing in all
aOMre.,mo,eor..»..LAii)LAW4co
September l'th, 1888. doc2ml
NOTICE.
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVING  TAKEN  POSSESSION OF
-,-ytha ''Temperance House,"ft	
onOolnmblaand Church Streets, oi
the«r * "'""    ' "
as the
the " Temperance House," fronting
Columbia and Church Streets, oppoiitf
the Episcopal Church, and now know!
FARMERS'HOME I
5111 accommod.t* the travellag public
thelolf.-	
ll.VlBgnI.ii
Board per day. .......u.
Single Meala, .''.'.'.'.'."
...-.» Ot-
, , 9 00
     IB
     36
ns-Oood accommodation for Ladlei and
fainlllea.
Hlnsle
Beifa...
Flowers for sale
myvtc
CHINA & JAPAN
WE BAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
conalgnment nf all kinda of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Embroidered 811k floods,
'   Staswli, Scrccni, Bed Qullti,
DreuinK «o»si, He., Its.
—ALSO—- ,i   ,
Porcelain, Bstsums, Clnlasnne,  .
Bronse, Ivory, Sisdilwosd md
CurlOl of Every Detcription.
ISPOST'O IT EVERY STfAMEl DIRECT FROM
«     CHINS AND JAMS.
Hoping that you will honor us with your
visit, we remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET1, NtN WMTHlNTIt, 1.0.
pott Offloe BotlfOit
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission toleaso the following described property for timbering purposes,
viz:
Commencing at. a post plnnt"d on tho
northeast Bidq of Forbes Buy, thenee east
1IH)chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
cast 40 obuinn, thonoe north 20 dliiilnn,
theuce cast 00 chains, thence south 00
chains,thence west.20chnlns,thence south
20 ohalns, thenco west 00 ohalns, thence
south 20 chains, thence west 80 ChalnB.
thence north 20 chains, thenee oast GO
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
west80cha!us, moro or loss, to the shore;
thenee following the sh- re line to point of
commencement, and containing tn all
WOO acres, more or less,
.  LAIDLAW 4 CO.
September 10th, 1888. doc2ml
UW. STUART,
masselbnrgb, Scotland,
Manufacturers and Patentees of the Celebrated Machine-made
DOUBLE KNOTTED   f\
SALMON NETTINUI
ttt. The large demand for Messrs,
Stuart's manufactures has resulted in
very extensive additions to their Establishment at Musselburgh,in order to keep
up with the requirements of the trade.
Orders for Season, IR89, arc In course of
execution, nnd to ensure prompt delivery
Indents should be sent ln without delay.
ROBERT  WARD  &  CO.,
'VIOTOBT A j
Solo Agents for British Columbia.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUfCHER,
Sesrly Opposite Ihe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LABGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment oi all description! ol
.. . j:,i, I.. ,1 a "I - - *-      * ■-'
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Cotutintly on hand, and supplied to Bam,
IttM, Hesatnr^, uid Steamboati at the
LOWBST POSSIBLK PRICES.
GiE/pl RG-B. t flYRiN E S
AUCTIONEER.,
AUCTION
PROVINCIAL
(jovernment Lands
NORTH ARM Of FRMIR RIVER, MB MMRCENT
IANB8. HEW WESTWNSTER DISTRICT.
TUESDAY, 8ard OCTOIIEK
; AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.
I have heen Instructed hy tholjlilrf
Oomnuslosn .1 taniliand W«rlrs»o tell
hy Auction ll
AT VANOOUVER, B. O.
Seveml pwcels ol 8ne agricultural lanils,
tltnate on or near the North Arm ol Fra
ter Itiver, being lub-dlvlslons of Lota 32B,
320, 329, 330, 331, 332 to 330, 140,190,
150,17S, ISO, 150. Tho subdivisions of
these, Loti contain from 27 to 172 acre!
each j the location of these lota is shown
on the preient maps of tho District.
The farms In the Immeillate vicinity ot
theso Lots nre considered Iho finest Agricultural properties In British Columbia.
Someof the Iota front nn tlio North Arm,
'and othen are In the Immediate vicinity
of tlio same, •«
Steamer, run dally from New Wcstmln-
•terand Vancouver,past theso valuable
"*"*"■   i     ALSO,
Ull MS U W, *Hd Ull IM lo ISC.
All situate botweon tho North Arm of Fra-
ler Illverand VancouvorCily. The NortU
Arm Bond from Vanoouver runs through
these Lota, and there nro other roads Imd
ont lhat will give access to each of them.
This property commences about 2H miles
south of Vancouver City an.t is bounded
on the west by the c. P. Railway Und
Grant, and is surveyed Into lots containing from 6 to M acres eaoh, maps of which
will shortly be ready for distribution.
All the lands to be sold nre well ndaptcd
for agricultural,dairy ororchard purposes,
and on account of their close proximity to
the markets of Vancouver and New West*
minster cities, will be desirable properties
for fomliies leaking a home or for investment.
The C P. Railway arc now constructing
a line wagon road from Vancouver to the
North Arm of Fraser River and Lulu
Island. Theyareatso surveying a llneof
.railway through these properties with a
view of connecting with thelTnltcd States
system of railways at Seattle.
These landi may fairly be considered as
the moit valuable ever oflerod for salo by
auction In British Columbia.-
i    , QEOaOE BYRNES,    j
•MM AttlMIWMS,
W. C. LOYE,
Reunlrlne Neatly Done.   Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
HUTOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonial Ho*
tel, next to Rand Bros.' offlce. dnoltc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we intend to make apiillcat Ion to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease tho following described property for timbering purposes,
viz:
Commencing at a post planted about
one-half a mile northeast from Price
Point, Hornfrny Channel; thenco'south
20 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thenoo north 40 chains, thenco west 40
chains, more or less, to the shore; thence
following theuliore line lo pointof commencement, and containing lu nil 300
aores, more or loss.
LAIDLAW & CO.
September l.'ilh, 1888. doc2ml
SiGHT'iBUNDNESS
USE OHLY .
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles I
AND   EYE-GLASSES
Recommended  by Loading  Ooullsts in
America,
©. XiTJLXt «fe ,CO.,
dmylfOtc Agents, NowWestin instcr.
THE WHITE IS KING
T>ARTIES DESIROUS OF PURCHAS-
JtT Ing should not fail to give theso celebrated Machines a trial, .,■
C. J. R«KSON,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent fir  tbo celebrated White
Bronze Monument Co. djcl&tc
riv't^ ccviwirierj -r
•'   <i»   VI6i*dfUA'SJI.
PIANOS AID ORGANS
Of the Best Makers iu the World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS'
and PIANOS of Mason A Hamlin
have arrived. Tlio grant HTECK PIANO,
with pntent susfainrns pcilnl; The mulch-
less DECKER A SONS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS hnd
ORGANS. Hnvo nlso In stock RONISOH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Plnnot nnd
Oman, sold on monthly payracnls. Pianos fnr rent nnd rent apiilk'd II purchased
Coll at
H. Peters' Music Store.   -
dwjeatuc I     Victoria, a C.
■■'—■ANY MAN*---
Who Is Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who in his Polly and Ignorance has
Trifled'away his Vigor »T Body, Mind
and Manhood .causing exhausting drains
upon the Fount-tint .of Life* Head*
aette.'. Bttckftche, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bashtalnois In
Society, Pimples upon the Pace and
all the Effects leading to Early Decay,
t'ontnmntlon or insnnity, will And In
our Speclflo No. S3 itTosIt veCure. It
Imparts Youthfal Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old nmTyoung. strengthens and Invigorates tlio Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses into notion the whole physical energy of tho human frnme. With
our Specific No. 23 tlie most obstinate
case can be cured In three mouths, and
recent ones ln less'tban 30 days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price ltf. Cures guaranteed. Our Hpeelflc
No. 21 Is an infallible 4'ure for all Private Diseases, no matter' of' how long
■landing. Sold under onr written Guarantee to effect a Cnre. Price $6. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
COfSMPTIOf,
That dread terror, a disease so long'
bailing science and tbo most skilled
physic in ns, who knew of-nothing to
arrest, nothing to ullevlale, nothing to
Cnre. Now It is no limner nu incurable malady even when given-up by
physician-*, health can yot be found lu
OUR REMEDY; it heals and soothos
tho ine'tiinmie of the I.iiiius, Inflamed
nnd poisoned by the ravages of this
fell -IlHeiiKO, nnd prevents the night
sweats nml tightness ncrnns the chest
whleli accompany It,  Price £.1
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Modiclna Co., Tproulo, Out.
OVR EtKOANT 1'R 12 PA RATIONS.
Remember wo manufacture and are the
solo proprietors of tlio following special*
tics, nud thai  lliey ean bo had from no
ether koui   THEY AHE NOT FOR SAIEBY
DRUOCISTS. Correspondence strictly confidential. C'onsnltiitliiii upon ull chronic
disease Invited. KO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent stcuro from
observation. Toronto Mediclno Ca, Toronto, Out,
HAIR  COLORING.
Our mngnltleciit- prcnarutlons are warranted porfeeliy litirmlOH, We propare
the1 following colors—the' finer shades
arise from the hair Itself: Black, Dark
Itrown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut. Gold Winnie, Ash or Blonde
Ccndreo. Send sample of hair when ordering. Pi-lee, fi per bottle. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In'Ordering please specify which yon
reiiuire; we gunranteo tliinn to give entire
satisfaction. NO, s Imparls to tbe skin
the color ami freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and ennnot bo detected, Sl.-Vi.
No. I) removes wrinkles, IS, No, 10 removes Liver Spote, 11,25, No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, 31.25- No. 12 removes
Krecltles,}ji,2rt. So. 1^ removes Pimples,
11.28. No. u removes Tan, 91.25, No. 15
removes Moles, 82. No. 16 removes Pock-
ninrks, S2. No. 17 removes undue Perspiration,81.35. No. IS.flti absolute unfailing
specific for tho retention, development or
ten lorn t loti of tlie Hair, $1,35, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
THE BUST.
No. 19 Is a ombluod Internal and external .treatment which speedily develops
or restorer, 1 ho female bust to the proportions of voluptuous titttme. Is entirely
harmless and certain In results. Price 13.
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwaplSyl
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.    *
Long Experience In the ba.ln.ta,
        dMJlyOm	
Dominion Lands.
TH' YOU ABE PAYING FOR YOUR
JL Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from tlie Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In BORIF aud savo a
large discount;
Serin ean be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
BAinoms,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK  FROM
Tim BANK OF BKIIISn COIiVXBM,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
ilwmlifllc
To Su Fxi&HBOQp ClLf
BY WAY OF THE
Southern Pacific Company's
,' r.xxrxi*3i.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time thau any other
Route between
In Mute ud Sa hun
firniid Scenic Konte of tbe Faclfle
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Fob-
sengers, attnehed to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland,lo Sacramento nnd
San Franolscoi  Unlimited, $K8i First
Class (Limited), »»| Second Clast (Limited), (ill
H. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst, Gen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
     djeatc
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
NEW  WESTMINSTKR, B. G.
-- "' -*ii, .■,
Hay and Feed
_     MARKBT.
WOOD & COAL
(THE BEST CUALiTY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions ti Groceries.
farmers' "Hardware,
*K»TAs we use no whisky or tobacco we
can, by temperate habits and careful ceo
noray, serve the public at especially low
rates. dwJaUte
1MPEEIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'f.
1 Old llBOiii Si. ind 16 Pau, Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITTTTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES40THER
Butldingt, Goods, Wires, Merchandise, Manufacturing ind Firming Stock,
Shipa in Port, Harbor or Dock, and thi
Cargoes of auch Vessels ; iIbo, Ships lmtiding ind repairing, Barges and otner Vet.
toll on navigable rivers and canals, aad
Goods on board inch Vessel., throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countriei,
HBO! 1088 OB B1H1S1BT FUR.
Snbtcrlbed ud Invwt-al Cpltal,
*1,600,000 8T0-.
Ratet ot Primlum ind every infomia
tlon ots bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agtnt lor New Wettmlntter.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASKI>Oim
connection In the East and elsewhere very considerably, wo are In a po-
nltton to give prices on any class of Machinery that moy be required, including:
Marine and Stationary Engine!* and Hull-
em, Planers, Matehern nnd Monliter»,
BlUK Planers, Wood Lathes, Band
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Miiehlms,
Shingle Mi(clilnes, Latli
Machines A- Bolters,
Two, Throe and Four Rloctt Clnmliir Saw
Mills, Band Saw MUM, Pnrtablo'Eu-
glnes and Boilers, nml  Hoisting
Engines,  Also, John Bertram
ft Sons' and Tbe London
Tool Co's Iron Working   .
Machinery.
Brick Much I ties an'd Crushers of ollbor
the Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Imbricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry In
stock,
Stenm Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Ktiowlcs make also on band.
M 'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, ns well as Paints nnd
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac,
WearesolongeuislnthlB Province for
tbo JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as out*
fits we havo furnished bore will testify.
FRASER aTeONARO,
Camilla St.,   Opp. Sewi-Adverttier,
.. yANonmm,. b. o,
3V13 W
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED'STOCK OF
Which I will sell CHBAP KOU CASH. I have alto made a largo;addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, to. An fispMtlon_el my
Stook will satisfy any today that I havo tho best assortment to be Jound in Urn
city.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
mTJkXtxxtm  —toxrmmxtJkXT,
dwjelyl So. 81, Colombia Street.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Comer Columbia and Begbie Streets.
T
|HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND mOX-TOKKINO
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kintis of
Turning, Fitting. Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BLACKSIHITHI1VG, at prices ooniiderably.lower
than before.   It is our intention to have iu the course of a lev
few weeks a
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Businesa. We havo the LARGEST STOCK snd
BEST TOOLS of any Shop ol the kind in B. C, and employ none but th, VEST
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guiiatirrw tatli-
faction in workmanship as well aa prices.' We have obtained thO'-slrvlb*. of .
Flrst-class Uorsc-Sliocr, and that part of our Butiness wffl JhaWtoioial
attention. ■'' tn " _
REPAIRS of all kinds of Miichiucry, either Steam or A«rionltuttd Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Plouglia, Harrows, or anything in this line, will havi
our beat attention. .,;   ...  i^^-
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reaBonalile rato,   ■■#,   j,
A largo stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the bett qna]Uy,
for Bale. ,..,  ^..'
Wo also keep In itock, to supply the trade, all kinds of ISON, STSIBL.aGHADr,
COAL, HORSE ft OX SHOES; CARRIAGE HARDWAJUE, SPRINGSrAXIsBS,
WOODWORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, oto., at VlotoruTprion. -',1* *
tsr Estimates and tenders given oh all kinds of Ironwork.-   Call and fsiplct
our Stock and got our Prices, and you will tavo money by it.
dwjIylDtc
beid & du*a*r^,-:,
ro
R
for Infanta and Children.       !
'•CastorimlsMwelladsptM to children that I OMtorte euiw (fcllo, Ot«M^dB^. '
S""TSCT ttJ^JSttSrj-Biii *
m8fcO*tforiBi,-irc«Uyrj,N.V.   | hmttLw&MMI fl
Teb Cestics Ookpikt, ft Murray Street, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Mffl&iraiiiiiGEMiiii.
THOW AS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND
m
LAND,    '
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, * 56 Hew Broad SI. - LONDON, ElfGUCNO.
The Butinosa of ALLSOP * MASON hai been merged In % above CPompinT
and will b. oarrled on by the Company from thb date u a general Isndlsveitsient
and Insurance Ageuiy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage it Low Eitei. Town Loti udBMBlng
Landi for Sale on easy tcnni, .1 r.
Victoria a 0„ May leth, 1887. dwJtH.
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOMia BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnnd nn Kitonsivo Stock of ■'
Di-v Woods, (Srocci-ics,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockvry, Glassware, *c. '■■ -«
BfEXUXT-fSI    «<to    BOYS'     BtriTB.
Great Variety of Household Articles,   Also,   ..      a,.    ;.'
GRAIN,  SBEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   OENBUAL STORES.
N. II.—Farm Produce lioiiaht nt market rates or sold on commttslon.  SfkOrder.
from tbo Interior promptly iiilenilod to. , _____
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE BUllSOIVIBERS AIIK, NOW PBK-'
PARED TO TUHN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIDS
At Special Low Rates.
Drayiif and All hii of Teaming
Donoat SliorlestKollco,
Dry for-lwooil delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
•ff-stablcw nearly opposite O. P. R. Depot, Columbia St., Kew Went mliistor.
djalltc      QILLEY BR08. Vrovb.
ST \ HI.ES,   1
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WIS|,
FXtOFXtX—TO—^'  ,r.
GOOD DRIVINO * BiniSQ HORSEH
for Hire, Hacks cnll at nil Bteamer.
nml Trains. Bpeolnl attention given lo
Bonrdlng Horses. ' ■•
COAL AND WOOD
Conslnntly on Hand. .
orders
thors f ■
Front
lore may bo loft at tlio ofSKH Mi
* Mllllgiin,Commlnton Herchanti
tSlreet,*SowWMt. , .dt*Jllc
sma-
lantt, mm
'THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
PO!
' ' Every Alttr.0.* except Svjtday,
BT THE
M—amr——-—    bbothubs,
At their Steam  Printing Establishment, Colnmbla Street.
E
U months
• mon
ittai..
BY   MAIL!
...•8 00
...ins
3 25
I month! -	
DELIVERED IM TBE CITTl
a monthi. *1J
I monthi.  J
nonth.	
«'I Pirattl In Ml enn (eieept lor weekly
■'■ l*tifto5.m*4ilni4viJioe.
J THI WIIKLY COLUMBIAN
illt-i every Wednewloy n.nl.|,
(silvered Ih the City, per year. »00
. Milled, peryear.	
Hilled • monthi.. „==™~.
New advertisements this day.
Notlc,i......... .H. B. W. Alkmaa
("sun Mri. E. J.Miller
Executor'i Notlco D. S. Curtis
Opera Juvenile Opera Co
giiilg British Columbian
imii ive.i.1, (mi. s, um.
Froth Eastern Oysters by the can it
R. 3. Armstrong's. dto2CI
Fresh Eastern and Native Oyeteri,
served in .very ttylo, at the Club.
Th. ule of lots In the town plot of
Hope hu been indefinitely postponed.
W. ire Indebted to Mr. Shsketpeare,
pottnutter it Victoria, for the monthly
postofflce guide.
K**pberriei itill continue to ripen
In Surrey gnrdeni though the quantity
githired il not large.
Pint class Board  and comfortable
.   Roomi at Miu Yeo'a,  Columbia at.,
oppoiite Catholic church *
Three choice houses and loti for tale;
located in good position. Prices cheap
and tirms easy. Apply to Rand Bros.
The itr. Weitern Slope will leave
Weitmimter for Vincouver ou Saturday evening 6th inst., carrying any
freight thit may offer. doc2td
. Juit arrived, by C.P.R., fiuo lot of
conficlionery and cakei, to be sold
«he«per then ever—25 ots. per pound-
by M. Ron, Columbia it.       doct5t3
Henri. Ackerman Bros, have laken
the contract for rhoving tho Maple
Leaf, sitoon and Caledonian hotel.
They willl begin operation! on Mon-
day.
A rang hu grounded close to the
•hor. oppoiite Isw'i wharf. It ii
dangeroui to life navigation, especially
It night, md ahould bo removed with
out delay.
At the police court thil morning i
Chilian Indian, named John, waa sen.
tuned to 30 dayi in jail with hard
labor for being* drunk in an Indian
-teat ind ittempting to lupply liquor.
ft-'Tm Cohthbian it the bett poper
4-l^lfcH *"}''' writes a cotreipoiident
Wer We'lnlcr-or."' Wgreit many
When think to too, to judge from in-
dicstloni which cannot be misinter-
pnttd.
Itr. 8. H. Webb hoi tola two loti
on Miry itreet for 12,700. Thete loti
WH. purehued by Mr. Webb a ihort
Um. igo for $1,600 which ihowi how
rapidly property ii advanoing in Westminster.
' Sbtorert from the effect! of quinine,
und is s remedy for chilli and fever,
ajtould try Ayer'i Ague Cure. This pro.
p/tMmht^verUttoil\i!,-lrti<Aly vege-
Utilt, and without a particle of -ny
noiiom drag.. Warranted * lure cure.
Something new again—juit irrived,
fint in thii province, artistic Japanese
Milting, by latt iteamer. Fomleby
P. Peebles who hu th. exeluiive right
in thii oity. Thii nutting, to the lover
of the artistic, will repay in impection
even if you don't buy. doc3t3
"I hav. taken, within the put year,
several bottles of Ayer'i Sarsaparilla,
and find It admirably adapted to the
needt ot in impoverished system. I am
convinced thit this preparation, as a
blood purifier, U unequalled."—C. C.
Dime, Putor Congregational church,
Andover, Me,
Thi wrettlieg exhibition on Wednesday inning it Herring's Opera Dome
wu very Intereiting but did not at-
tnct • Urge audience. The fint fall,
"Gnsolo-Roman" ityle wu won by
Cameron in 71minutei and the tecond,
"catch u citoh oan" byMcHeury in
Uminutei.
An ittempt wu made to burglarize
Tlemey'i uloon it an early hour yei-
' terdiy morning, but the burglin mutt
hive Men interrupted as nothing wu
taken iway. A hole wu cut in th.
•Mill of thi front door for the purpoie
of reaching the lock. Thii ii the sec-
ond tlm. within . year that Mr. Tior-
n*/'i Mtiblithment hu been entered
by robberi.
A Old Dip.
Lut evening between 8 and 9
o'olook, u Mr. MoOrady, the contractor, wu coining down theriver in a
thin*, Ml unit nme into collision with
I pining lug .nd he wu thrown into
ta. witer. Th. tide wu running
•wilt st the time .nd Mr. McCrady
hid,, hud tlm. in making the shore.
iM-ond . sever, chilling from the cold
dip md the los. of a suit of clothei,
Mr. MoOrady ii none the wone of hii
idf'nture,
AMiat.uiiri.nl.
Weld wu brought to the city lut
light that an Indian woman living
■sir Pinon'i Channel hod beon woun.
r. gun. Moid.ni. It appeiii hor
r wu handling the weapon in a
■ msnnir Whan it wu discharged
th. ikotstrrking her in the calf of the
ltf, ttsrilM; the Huh »w.y snd leaving
th. ban. bu.^ Th. wound wu bound
up,u well li potiible awaiting the ar-
rivil of Dr. DeWolf Smith who went
ipsa tha, itr. Ining thii morning to
.ttawd Ih. poor woman. Thit ii an.
othsr warning to harebrained porsona
who ooniidir fireirmi oan be handled
with Ih. kh impunity si • popgun,
_•: •  •' ....	
How it WoKKS.—f he mode of
operating of Burdock Blood Bitters is
thit It worki at one and the same
time upon the Stomach, Liver, Bowell ud Blood, to cleanse, regulate
Ud itrengthen. Hence Its almost
■nlverial value in chronic complaint!.
.^^J!^!^
Iter. Norrls' Educated Docs.
Prof. C. Norrin and hia tvuuder'fiil
troupo of 25 educated dogs will give
two performance! at the oper i house
Saturday afternoon and evening, October 6th. Grand matinee at 2.30 p.m.
for ladies and children. Prices of admission to matinee 25 and 50 cents,
ehildren 25 eenti. Thii enterlainment
promises to be the best exhibition of
trained dogs that ever visited the coast.
Thoprofenor comet very highly reo-
ommended from the eut and alio on
the coast where he hu been, Th.
Portland papen nyforin exhibition
of interest and thorough iititftotion
Prof. Norrli nnd hii dogi are dctorv-
ing nf all praise, and that he ia certainly worthy the belt patronage in every
town where he may appear. Just think
of it. Twonty-fivo educated dogs that
can give a two hours' show tho inmo
as peoplo,except that they cannot talk.
Every man, woman and child, who is
a lover of trained animals should go and
aee Prof, Norrii and hii wonderful
troup of performing dogi. *
■ —
A Brutal Driver,
Yeiterday afternoon a drunken individual from Vancouver amused him-
lelf by driving a fine littlo team of
black hones through the streets, keeping them reined in close and frequently
cutting them with tho whip, Ai a
contequence the horses fretted greatly
and were covered with foam. The indignation of a number of onlookers
was aroused at thia brutal treatment of
tho fine animale and a good cow-hiding
wm suggested for the driver. This
would probably haye been carried into
effect but for the appearanee of Con-
ttable Smith who wai requested to arrest the man. The constable proceeded to do so when another drunken
Vancouverite jumped into the carriage
and taking the reins from tho driver's
hands lashed the now maddened animals so severely that one of them
jumped the traces and broke the
pole. The horses wore eaught before further damage was done and
put in the transfer stables for safe
keeping. It iB Enid tho team belongs
to Cargill Bros, of Vancouver.
. ^-.	
Scud Iload Holes.
The hon. member of tho leather
parliament for Scott Road hns just returned from an extended visit to his
eonetitueney on tho south sidu of the
river. He is much pleased with Ihe
many signs of progress all along the
rood. Dr. Montgomery has lately
taken up a large traot of laud on the
west aide of the road, and it now building a very fine house. He lins made
quite a clearing and intends to plant a
large orchard, for which the soil iB
well fitted. The land on both sides of
the road is generally lightly timbered
with older, and is oasily eleared.
There ia just enough cedar for fencing
and building purposes. The little
clumps of young fir, if judiciously
saved when clearing the land, will add
greatly to the beauty of tho landscape.
The Scott road from Browmvillo to
Boundary Bay, a distance of about 8
miles, if kept in good order would be
one of the most beautiful drivei in the
vicinity of Westminster, being naturally a good road bed, and passing through
ono of the finest tracts of up-land in
the district. This road ia the boundary
between the townships of Delia and
Surrey, and has for some time been neglected. Iti ditches nnd culvortt are
closed up, and Ihe indigenous aiders
have been suffered to grow up and
almoit fill the roadway. The government hu at present a gang of men at
work doing some very necessary work
in the way of olearing and repairing
the rood. The member for thia con-
itituency will at an early day introduce
a measure in the leather parliament
which, he lays, will be the means of
keepin? all roads in comtant and
thorough repair and whioh will enable
them to be so kept by a more judicioui
and economic diibunement of the
public fundi thin can possibly be dona
by the ordinary methods,
 * » m .	
Burnt By-iawi.
Hit Honor Lieut.-Governor Nelson,
by the advice of th. executive council,
acting under the provisions of the
health ordinance of 1800, has issued a
health by-law for the prevention of the
spread of contagious diteases. Olauie
1 of tho by-law uyi: "Whenever
■mallpoi ii present in any locality
without the boundaries of anyhnunici-
pality the provincial health officer
nearest to such locality shall at onee
came the patient to be removed to in
isolated hospital, tent or other suitable
place, or cause inch penon lo bo otherwise sufficiently iiolated and thall tee
thit he il properly cared for, and ihall
take proper meuurei for tho disinfection, or, if necessary, tho distruction
of all clothing which may hare boon
exposed to tho contagion, and for tho
disinfection and purification of overy
conveyance, railway car, steamboat,
railway,' telle), carriage or other
vehicle which may havo been oxposcd
to tho contagion. Clause 2 givet the
health oflicor power to isolate all por-
Boni exposed to the contagion ana to
supply them with all necetsaries until
the period of tho incubation of the disease has elapaed. The health officer
hu also power to appoint nurses and
unitary policemen, and the nearest
government agent is directed to supply
the health officer with all necessaries
requirod. Every medical practitioner
who give! advico to, or attend! personally on a smnll-pox sufferer mutt
givo notion forthwith to the nearett
provincial health officer. The by-law
contains a number of cthor important
items which if properly carried out
will tend to keep the disease in hand
until it is finally exterminated. , Dr.
Bentley received n dispatch from the
government this morning advising him
that he had been appointed medical
health officer for Hint part of tho district lying south of the Fruer River,
and instructing him to take all ttepi
deemed idvisible for the prevention of
the spread of the disenso. Dr. Bentley
has already taken the matter in hand
and will lee that the law is carried out
in every particular.
Worm! cause foverishness, moaning
and restlessness during sleep. Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator Is pleuant,
lure and effectual, If your drnggiit hu
none in itock, git him to procure it for
you. ... •",'
THE SCOTTISH OATHERIHC.
A  Ureal  Hucccsa—Comiiellllont  Well
.'untested and Attract . targe Nam.
ber ol 8pecl.lort...Thc Prlu
Winner*.
The civio holiday yeiterday wai
generally observed throughout the oily.
With a couple of exception! every
itore in town wu dosed u were alto
the different manufacturing establish-
mentt. Exoiptthoi.whol.lt for Vic
torin to attend the provinoiil exhibi.
tion, few people left the oity, but re.
mained to enjoy th. pleuurei offered
by the St. Andrew! and Caledonian
■ooiety at their annual gathering. The
woather waa everything that could be
deiired. The number of viaitors to
the city wu not large, thobulk of them
being "Canny Scots" from different
points, who wore anxious to witness
the manly games of Scotland. Kilts,
tartan snshos, bonnets and feathers
were to be seen on all aides, which,
with the music of the bsg pipes, lent
much animation to the occasion and
reminded one of scenes and sounds iu
"lands far distant." Tho management
of the games under the auspices of the
Caledonian Soeiety was in the handi of
Chief Bonson and Messrs. James
Punch, J. T. Scott, John Buie, J. Ste-
pheiiB.Col. McGregor and Peter Grant,
and it il unnecessary to uy more than
that the whole programme wu most
ablyearriedout. Muchlnterestwasmtn-
ifested in evory event and never in the
history of the society hu the programme been more keenly conteited or
brought to the front the talent displayed yesterday. Seme 500 people ai-
lembled on the igricultnral grounds,
a large number of whom wore ladies
who manifested aa much intereit in the
different conteiti aa their escorts of the
sterner lex. D. H. Cameron proved
himtelf to be the bett all round athlete,
winning the largest number of prizes
in the athletic contests. Roe also prov-
ed hinuelf to be a magnificent nth.
lete and hii graceful performances won
him much applause. The vaulting
competition was one of tho most interesting events of tho day and after
a grand struggle it was finally declared
a tio betwoon Roo and Eiokhoff. Tho
sword dance and Highland fling were
graceful and attractive features and
brought out seme really fine atepping.
The judges in thoso contests were Mrs.
McLean, wife of ex-mayor McLean of
Vancouver, and Mis3 Mcintosh, whose
decisions were in sympathy with the
feelings of the audience. After a
spirited contest Mr. Neil Carmiohael
won the prize for tho beat piper, with
Norman Campbell a good second. The
tug of war did not take place as a suffi.
cient number of other nationalities
could not bo got together to compete
with tho "brew lot o'chiels" arrayed
to defend the honor of Scotland,
Miss Reid aud Mrs. McLennan took
the honors in tho Highland
reel, Tho prizes for tho belt d. eased
boy in Highland costume were awarded
.tp-MfiVinvS Frank and Charles Hoy and
Duncan and'Lloyd McPhadon. They
were as prettily dressed as boys could
be and well deserved the  prizes.
Following is tho prize list:—
Putting heavy Bhot, D. H. Cameron,
30 ft. 9 in.; ucond, John Murray, 37
ft 7in.; putting light shot, D. H.
Cameron, 49 ft. 2 in.; ucond, John
Murray, U tt. 11 in.; throwing heavy
hammer, D. H. Cameron, 109 ft. 6 in.;
ucond, D. S, McLeod; throwing light
hammer, D. H. Cameron, 136ft. 9in.;
second, j>, 8. McLeod; tossing the caber, A. Roe; second, D. H. Cameron;
sword dance, J. Murray, ucond, J,
Mcintosh; Highland fling, J. Murriy;
lecond, Wm. Ron; Highland reel,
Mrs. McLennan md Miu Reid; belt
dreued boy in Highland costume,
Frank Hoy; second, Duncan McPhad-
en; third, Chu. Hoy and.fourth,
Llyod McPhaden; belt performance
on pibroch, N. Carmiohael; ucond,
Norman Campbell; 100-yd. nee, Murphy; ucond, Roe; hoyi race, T. Neal;
second, W. Eylei; little girls' rice,
Muey MePhadin; ucond, Millie
Scott; consolation race for little girls,
MissMcMurphy; second, Addle Ewen:
three-legged nee, Murphy and Roe;
Murray and McLeod tied with Brad,
bury and Peele for second place; run-
ning long leap, A. Roo; ucond, Gray;
running high leap, A. Roe; tecond,
Hazloton; standing long leap, A. Roe
tecond D. H. Cameron; studding high
leap, A. Roe; second, Gray; vaulting
with pole, Roe and Eiokhoff tied.
THE BALL.
The ball given lut niglit by the So-
ciety at the Oddfellows hall proved
fully as successful u the fint part of
the day's programme. Seventy-five
couplet were preient md the bill wu
opened by a gnnd march around the
room followed by in old fashioned
Seotoh reel. Other dances followed in
rapid succenion until 12 o'clock when
supper wu announced, Tbe spread
was prepared under the superintendence of Mrs. Eiokhoff and was thoroughly good iu every particular. The
bill of faro comprised nine kinds of
meats besides confections, sweetmeats,
fruits and temperance drinks. Everybody enjoyed tho supper immensely
and were unsparin g in their praise of
it. Dancing waa resumed ut ono
o'clock and maintained with much
spirit until three a.m. when piper Cur-
michael'a pibroch sounded the notes of
Auld Lang Syne. The ball was n moat
enjoyable affair and was pronounced
by many to bo one of the' beat, ever
givon in Weitmimter. Mr. J, T. Scott,
of Port Moody, acted aa floor manager
and proved a rnr.it worthy iteward.
,   tareateal Event et Ihe Seiu.n.
Return of the Favoritea, tho Juvenile Opera Co,, which made luoli a great
hit here lut May. Tho company contain! all the former favoritei, stronger
ehorus, and elaborate new costumes,
preunting the popular opera, "Chimes
of Normandy," one night only, Tuesday, Oct 0th. Don't fail to see them,
the only operatic event of the season.
Usual pricei—scats now on sale at
Herring's drug storo, Call early and
get first selection.  *
Robert Lubliiich, Cedar Rapids, writes:
"I havo used Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
both for myself and family for diphtheria,
with the very best retu'tt. I regard it
u the beat remedy for thia diieue, and
would ute no other." When buying Dr.
Thomu' Eeleotric OU, tie that you get
the genuine,   Beware of Imitation!,
ChlldretCrylw^ei'iCiwtorla
PROVINCIALJEXHIBITION.
■nlulml Kahlbllors  tarry   Away   .
large Number or Flnt Prims-*
Splendid Mowing all Kouml.
Special to the Columbian.
Viotobia, Oct. 6.—All the entriei
for the provincial agricultural exhibition were made yeiterday and the day
wai oeeupied by the judgei examining
exhibit! and iwarding prim. The
pretident and offioan of the society
have done all in their power to make
the exhibition • moceti, In tome re-
ipeoti It exoelt previoui ihowi of the
kind, principally in the display of cat
tie and hones, but it falls behind In
other lines ns will be seen by reading
the report The annual dinner of the
B. C. agricultural society wai held
last night at the Clarence hotel. About
50 guosta lat down at the tablet which
wore loaded with every conceivable
delicacy and rendered ornate with bou-
quots of handsome cut flowers. The
president of the looiety D. W. Higgins,
Esq., M.P.P., occupied the chair and
Mr. W. J. Harris and Mr. O. A. Mo-
Taviah aoted as fint and aecond vice.
Lieut.-Governor Nelson occupied tho
seat of honor and was supported by
the provincial secretary, Mayor Grant,
and Oapt. Palmer of "C" battery. A
goodly number of toasts were propoied
and responded to and leveral good
ihort speeches were mado. The pleuant party broke up about midnight.
During the evening the chairman read
letten from Major-Genenl Middleton,
Colonel Holmei and the mayor! of Nanaimo, Vancouver and Weitmimter
expressing regret it their inability to
attend. The grounds were opened to
the public at 9 o'olock thit a. m. Although there are a large number of
visitors in Victoria the attendance at
the grounds wu small in the forenoon.
A few minute! after 2 the formal opening took place, Lieut.-Governor and
Mn. Nelson, Gen. and Lady Midde-
ton, the eabinet ministers and a brilliant assemblage generally gracing the
occasion. D. W. Higgins, president
of the sooioty, introduced the gov. and
presentod his honor and Mrs. Nelson
each with a scroll containing the name!
of the prize winnen. The Lieut-governor's speech was very short, but to
the point of course. Tho band of "0"
battery was proseut and enlivened tho
opening coremonies. The attendence at
tho grounds wu better this afternoon
and it is expeeted that there will be a
still larger attendence to-morrow, the
last day of the show. The annual business meoting of the assembly will be
held this evening and an interesting
time is oxpeeted, as the question is to
bo decided as to where the next annual
show will be hold. Thero is some opposition to Westminster, ns is already
known, but the representatives of the
Royal City down here, of whom there
are n considerable number, are determined to win the day, if possible. Tho
weather is all that could be desired—
the regular B.C. article—and Viotoria-
is attired in gala array. Further interesting particulan will be dispatched
to-morrow.
There wu a large and fine exhibit
of cattle, excelling previoui yean in
thia respect Holsteins, Durhams,
Joneyi ind graded oattle being well
represented. Thos. Cunningham'!
yearling Durham bull, a beautiful animal, took fint prize for a bull of that
age and breed. Mr. Cunningham wm
afterwards uked to name his price for
the bull, but would nil him on no account. In Holateim A. O. Wells'
tplendid animal deservedly captured
fint prize for 3 year oldi, and the fint
?rixe for Holatein bull of any age.
he Tolmie estate 26 month old Durham bull, a truly magnificent animal,
took betide! other fint prizes the first
prize for any bull of any ag. on the
ground!. -InDurham! W. H. Ladner
secured fint prizo for the best bred
cow or heifer, besides taking other
prizes. Steves & Son, of Lulu Iiland,
made a fin. exhibit in Holsteins, showing 11 anlmili in ill and taking many
prizei.
Houses.—A good exhibit it mide in
horiet, fine stalliont, roaditen and
other hones being entered. J. C.
Hendenon'i celebrated Himbletonian
■tallion, "J.C.," took fint prize, and
alio a diploma ns a r-.ad stallion, aus
taiuing his reputation won at the various mainland shows. He iB generally
admired and admitted to be a splendid
an' ml. J. Doro.lie, of Nicomen
Slo itll, took second prize for roadster
and general purpura hone with his
Norman-Percheron hone, " Billy."
There were nvoral other very hand-
.aome animals which ire mentioned
elsewhere in the prize list.
Sheep md Pios.—In the former
there ii a fair exhibit, but the number
of entriei sre limited. Tolmie estate
ihowi aome fine Leicciten md good
Southdowm, md alto fair graded itock
is shown. Tho exhibit in pigs ii vory
poor ai to number, but some well bred
animals are thown.
Piiultuv AND Riuiori's.— No mainland oxhibita sre mode of theso. The
display considering that it belonged
only to a few exhibitors, was creditable. GeeBe, ducks, chickens, pigeom
and rabbits of many varietiel are
ihown.
Cahmaoeb, Etc.—There wu a very
good showing of carriages, buggies and
light wagon by Viotoria manufacturer!.
W. Mulilo securing five and John Mes-
ton three prizes. Mr. Grimm took
fint prizo for single phaeton and J.
Metton for plows and harrows. M.
Oonlin made the best honeihoe. Thero
wm no exhibit of agricultural implements.
Daiuv Produce, Etc.—Tho display
ol butter and cheese ii not large but
there are some choice exhibits. 0.
Chadiey of Chilliwhack, taking fint
prizot for tub and firkin butter ind
Mr. A. 0. Willi fint price for oheeie.
made in the province. There are aome
fino preserves ihown ill thii exhibit.
Fbuits, Vegetables, Etc.—A very
creditable showing u to quality il
mado in thou linos. The exhibit li
not, however, extentive for a provincial ihow. To mention thete exhibits
in order would occupy too much ipaco,
luffioe it to lay they* limply maintain
the reputation of British Columbia'!
agricultural and horticultural oapaci-
tiei. The largest squash in the ihow
building, weighing 167 poundi wu
grown by J, Reece of Chilliwhick, ind
took fint prize •■ a matter of coune.
J. Webber of Poit Hammond took
flnt prise for hii fimoui iwiet corn
deuribed in thii paper on t former occasion. J. Roece also took fint prize
for seme splendid swode turnips and
mangolds, as well as for other vegetables. The Jubilee ranch of Lidner'a
Landing secured several fint prizei for
fine vegetable exhibit!. The Alberni
exhibit embraoing fruit, vegetables,
fiih and ore, oeoupyiug a comer of the
building, ia worthy of note, tome fine
produee being displayed.
GniiHB, Seeds, Etc.—The exhibit
in thii deputment wu fair end lome
choice loti wire ihown. Among mainland priu winners we notioed the Jubilee nnoh,. Reeoe, E. Greyell snd H.
Webb, Th. Oolumbia Milling Oo. wu
awirded the diploma foi but gradei of
flour,
Mibceluheovr,—Pianw and orgini
are exhibited by varioui Victoria deal,
en, all the well known saltern manu-
facturen being represented. Pendray
& Co. make a molt unique and creditable diiplay in loap, comprising every
imaginable variety. A feature of this
exhibit ii a large lion carved in brown
toilet soap. Tho Morley soda worka
makes nn inviting display of every variety of temperance liquid refreshmeut
The New England baker tempts the
eye and the appetite with a complete
assortment of fancy pastry, including
an immense five story wedding cake
which would ieed a newly married
couple during the entire honeymoon.
The floral display wm very good but
limited principally to the island liidiea,
Fancy work of all kinda makes a good"
showing, and prizes nre taken for beautiful work byMn.|Ciiada»y, Mrs.IW.bb
.nd other mainland ladies. Th. art
gallery is disappointing' in the' matter
of paintings, etc,.the number of exhibit! not being up to previoui yean.
A number of beautiful engravingi,
however, and tonio good etchings are
shown by Mr. Jos. Somen. In crayon
work Misa Lindsay ihowi a fide portrait of Longfellow, ahd Mr. Maclure'a
water-color work is worthy of notice
as a work of art Some excellent
water-colon are alto exhibited by T.
Gore, and Chat, Potcraon contribute!
2 oil painting. A beautiful furniture
exhibit, of home manufacture, ia ihown
by Cherry & Creech, of Victoria, and
Mr. Geo. Phillips, and the Albion Iron
Works occupy a Ooniiderable space
with a fine assortment pf stoves end
ranges of all varieties. Among the
articles of home manufacture are
-tweeds, flannels, etc., from the Westminster Woollen Mills, which make an
interesting exhibit and takes several
prizes. R. T, Williama' diiplay of
rubber etampi and book-binding work,
the Colonist's exhibit of .ulmon labels,
lithographing, fine printing, etc., and
T. N. Bibbcn & Co.'s show of cards
and photographic views attraot considerable attention and are well worthy
of an inspection. D. Spencer's display
in fasliionablo millinery, artificial
flowers, fancy wool work, araaine work,
silk nnd golk embroidery, chenille
work, etc., captivate the fair sex at any
rato, which ia the object no doubt.
The taxidermy department was worthy
•>' "0(ij4 .tktdwiuiiryihuiflV. it, saiall,
display of i|T;!&d, pt^and ,a»io>»ls
arranged iii inlife-liko artistic groups.
The collection was made by Messrs.
Whittaker & Lindloy, who received
well-deserved prizes.
Wita Baby vsi iltk,—tm hu Outers,
Whta ah. mt a cTuTa, tki asd for CwUria,
^*^l_l_ftJ>»**t °**»>
mttteUttiCblliti^i-tnnllH-Onrtxm
MRS. E. J. MILLER
WILL RESUME CLASSES IN ROOMS
at Mas, STinsKl's, Salird.', Otic
kerf.  Hours!tolla.ni.; ltolp. m.
docfiml
Executor's Notice.
ILL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A againtt the Ettate ol the late John
fi. Mclnnes must present aame. properly
verlOed, to Ihe uml|nTl|iIM on before the
Slat, and all persona Indebted to slid Ea-
tat. must pay forthwith. '_^_
" D. S. CURTIS,
For Executors.
New West., Oct. 5,1818. docstd
NOTICE.
fpHB SALE OF LOTS IN TBE TOWN*
1 Ute of Boue, of which notice wai
given tor tha litth Init, hoi been postponed until further orden.
•   H. B. W. AIRMAN, J
A»ent Dominion Landi, B. 0.
New Wo-lminitor, 4th Oct,, 1888.
dwoc6to '
Horring's Opera House!
returniofWfavorites
Greatest Success of Last
Season.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Tueiday, October 8.
THE  JUVENILE
Opera Company!
Camlle Cleveland* Julia Martin
nnd Emma Bene
AS PRIMA DONNAS IN THE FAMOUS
OPERA,
PRICES AS USUAL. Heat* now on tale
at Rerrlng'1 Drug Store. Come early and
avoid the rush,    i doeSU
mm
IETOTssCOsB]-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to make application to the
Chief Coromlmloner of Landi and Worki
for iiermisalon to leo«e the following do-
•tcriued property for timbering purpoiei,
vIk:
Commencing atopont planted .north*
emit from Granite Point, Valdei Iiland,
Discovery Passage, on the oppoalte aide of
uniurveyed channel; thenoe eut 90
chains, thence north 90 chains, thence
west. 40 chains, thenoe north SO ebalni.
thenoe west 20 chains, thenoe aouth 40
ohalns. more or less, to tho shore; thence
following the shore line to pointof commencement, and containing ln all WO
mri* mon or lew.    ^•DliW40a
LONDON HOUSE
'—«-* *cwr ma fsmr $=—-
FiLL NHJJHERT
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
JAS ELLARD & CD'S
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
watches; clocks, jewelry, plated ware, &c.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTEKK PRICES. .
A full lino of Spectacles tl Eye-Glasses In iteel, rubber, tllver ind gol.
frames.  The finett Pebbles made, f 4 per pair; all sights suited.
Speoial attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tli
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, aad since then
managed tho watch-repairing departments of, a few of the best firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ol good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly'8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, atontreal.
Charges Moderate. ',..'"'.
Montheu, Dec, 1837.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Eaq., Chairman ol
Montreil Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did se
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am Sony you an not here to-day."
dwoplzto
A. M. HERRING,
'.n      WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOURS.—Morning, from 6:30 to 11 o'olook. :
' Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'olock.
Evening, 6 to 9 o'clock.
t~PHYSICIANS' PRl^bs^MryWi^^lfariio^at anytime durutg
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on the premises.   Ring tho night
"HERRING'S  DRUG   StdKE.
Opp. Telegraph Offlce,
Colnmbla St., New Weitmimter.
dwooets
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE (t-RBTAIK DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
a   .
Telephonic Communication with ill the Docton in the City. (Ml ea
ut any timo and wo will ring your Doctor up for you.       ,..
Open Sunday»for the sale of Medicine only:—Mobnino, 0 te 10.80 o'olook!
AmsNoon, 1 to Si Evknino, 8 to 9.   .       ■ •   ■-    l
M1DIOAL TT.AXX.,     '
New Wulmluler,B,CH Heal CI..UI ■Met.
OUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT DP. ' dwaullte
HENTRAL   GROCERY!
Holbrook Block, Columbia Street.
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDINO AND WANTS
to tee ill hit old cuitomin and lots ef new onei, as he will nil thia ORO-
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper than. evir. All our Goodi an Urtt-olut
•nd are being Mid as low ol inferior grides.   We strive not to match, but to ixuL
Just to hand—car of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following brandi:
Sslem-Patojit Roller (American); Hungarian, Stronir Bakers (Ogll-
vis'ilt Premier, Columbia Roller (Sptllumcheen);     ,.,,,,,
And If you hivi not und the Britiih Columbia' Flour do w at one. ind be con-
vlnced that it will mike fu-tt-olaiia bread and paltry. ' dwiu28tq.
•"-*** **wr ma iMr -va
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST PEHY*
erics of New Goods for the coming season,- Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEW-
EST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored & Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades ln Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.,
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts.  Down Quilts.
Waterproof)) A Ulsters.  Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Tiles, &c.
W. * G. WOLFENDEN,
dwaeiotc oolttubia. stbbibit.       '
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Thb OoumBUH Printing Establishment haa firit-olan (aoilitiei (or
all kindi of Commercial Printing.   Bill Headl. Letter HHth, Clrcotcrt,
Carol, Envelop*, Blank Form of every dewription, PortoN. Dodoeri,
PriOO Lilts, .te. Prion will bo found h low as at any other offloe itn
fl*-t-*]**i work b sob*.

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