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;.   li. •/,.     ol tb. Province o( Manitoba.
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New Wutmlniter, B, 0,
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Columbia Street,
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ft  W OBAUT,    .,
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Omoa-Corner Mary and Olariaon Su.
din ■.;. dwleSKe :      :.  ! "„,
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lane. Block,       •     ' -       Hastings St.
VANOOOVBa, B. 0.  r .
atauaota 'j
TTTILLIAH It. KINO,
ARCHITECT, . .  ';
BUILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,  »|
,   SANITARY ENGINEER.
OmCTB-N.w Matonfo Block,
dwaplltc Westminster.
ALBERT J. HILL,
If. OAK. Soo. C. E.
0IV1L ENGINEER,
LAND STOVE YOR and
•' DRAUGHTSMAN.
Oftrios-Niw jImobIo Block,
a. j       dwmhUtc, New Weatntpujter.
^OofaillslmMwW
Pi «l ¥ ii ">**»**< n» *<t "VW'l Ml WWM1) »H
A00OONTAIaVrt,*li3Cl*11R0KERS,    ,
REAL •STAlfe, 1NS0RAN0E' snd
GENERAL AGENTS.     !
. "I ?l,ii«*llulidlnp,N-wWeitBl-iitsr,ad.
., .      14 Clan Road, Halifax, England,
won   dwmymo t
. ,;;a*j*i.*: warriiii .-v.-. ij> j
,,•/;       AnCTtOltaaRANDAf'I'R.USER,
OoIaublaSlraMt...
,-Niw WesstlbiH
All Mmmliiloni will' reeelve prompt
aad esnful atw.tlon., But nfereneu
fir., when nejUirM.      .        mhlt-te
RAW(DWO$.
P"IL llflll Bn.OK.ERI,
O.aiT.y.seu.iO.UMI.'b,
jf* N i * ''■ ?: ABd '■*■"?•• «♦•»«".
Offlo'oi at VICTORIA l fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
pfiVa in,ji***n"l8***''1',*ioiia*'
irdoVa Street,
;. 11.' BUlLtJINO LOtS IM 111. la all leeUoni
of VasooM.r-.nd **•*• Wealml nater City.:
FARM LANDS of lunerlor quality! (or
e. at, CbUliwhaok, Port.. fllmtapnd,
alley, Mataqul, Sumas, Mud Bay.lad-
MM.Uitdliif: Lulu lal-od. Nona Arm
.  tmtTPitt Rlnr. ,    , , >
" Map, and Plan, exhibited and th,
lin Inrirmatloa furnished at all obroil
GEPfiAL & SHEtF HARDWARE,
_ Wife for Fmthf, nd all Ibe neoowary lltentills for Farmliun
PuUer Btoekm Snatch Block*, Kopv & fbnln in all .itw Pitch,
Tar & Oakum Tarred and Plain Po|l«r far Ullildlllgl PablU & OU.
In ill colon; Liquid Palais in ill ahidu; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stonesi, Wall Pafer-ln all dubm.; Brooms A Brushes for all purposes-,
Lubricating Ollsi Traps of all descrijtioht, and a general auortnient of
Agricultural Implements, .,,''
' '. 'AV.f-pioulllttentlori^e^ /'■..;
■;:..:.:■:'■■ W2 .X. 'TKHJ^W^fcQQ.,   ' "
'4sTtMUir:'L. .   , .'. ,j ,''" ,„'■ OmjoMBia, Stbiit, Nbw Wjwsinsthi.
" ii 'irr.'.y'' '.|' 'f"'r •'  i *r~''      J "   '"'• I    •    i i
V'':./-.i'';-,'';;'O^AiB!A^^t'^E;f!''''    :
A-EMN^EMUrE
"Buffalo" B6ot and Shoe Store.
JUST AREIVfiD-A.LARGE Ar5SpitTkIiniT;0F . '■'I■'.:':
ifilliiiJlllJj'.!':
New
and Shoes
;    Which will! be told at Prlnesto suit every Person, mn
WINTEMUTES. .BLOckT^"'-"''    COLUMBIA STREET,
■;:. n„      nltiinl   ■    nil      dwau20i*—-    -   .-.    /    .1- I   **'
'MQ'ltiirSJBP
New
DIRECT FROM THE BRITISH MARKETS.
Fancy and Plain Dress Goods—VERY CHEAP;
Cashmeres, in all shades.
Ladies' Dolmans, Coats and Jerseys—Newest Styles.
Plushes—Plain; and Fancy,
Satins—Plain, Striped and Brooche.
Ladies' Waterproofs—a I-argej Variety; Newest Shapes.
All Selling nt Prices to Suit tlie Tlnies.    ...
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081 Q3Hi
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OR   DWiliiinSi
Hill
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-OF-
CHOICE 4ANDI
.ruii-
iifloeii
WILLIAMS   BROS,
land Agents & Surveyors.
MAHS PBIPiBiO. gr»TEIS MADE
Israje of Small Balm, of Money Advanced
■ i.oa Good Securitiee, at Reasonable
Rate, of Interut.
farts, fir Sale as Fruer River. ab.v.
,   ... belew law tVealanlaiaer.
!. ■ WILLIAMS BROS. arel. eonalanlcom-
mu.le.Uo. with Tntondtat setllwifrom
CtIll.-Al.MelB.wliere,.T*l naVe^eclal
aenttletforerreotlniaales.
Their oharge. .re lower than any other
3tlpBieW«^
T..e-sver.B.C.   .. ,.,     ,   dapUml .
House to Rent-
walk of PottoHloe.  Rent. 110 per month.
Anplylo s. StRfcE,
VLJliiViiJi.
-Mit
ruluniUi M 'ul' h m
aaaslvlas ■•ally il.ne.  Cork Sal.
Wawk.«.S^«l«ltr..-')•'..'   "
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WE ARE NOf , OEi^RING FORSALE
thecelebiiated1'
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 airt&s excellent farming
land, situated on the Eraser River, near.
Langley, ahowt 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and locatipp, pn very,easy terns
■ofpayment..;':',,y^* Hi'-      "jlun'i;
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediatelyAcross the river.
-ftS*" For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show Intending purchaser! the property.
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
...s.  :'■■'. ,.|tiA .l!«.' 'i.'r.J.tVi' i"...T-)ire«*lie lijOl,
OFiCIILJRECTORY.
Civio Ofpiokiis.—Mayor, Sobort Dlok-
lu»oa: City Clerk, Capt. Koblnson; Police Mogittiriile, T. C. AtfcfORon; Chief
Knglneer Flie Departmoul, W. Corbett;
CdoOT OppioiAM.'*-.Tndgo  or   the Su-
Sreme Court, Hon. J, F. McCrelf-li tr Regis-
-ai. W. H. Faldingi Klieriff, W.J.AFm-
strong.... -      wK-hm.     4V3\*T I
PBQViVRiAL ■ OFj"id»r,iii -t Govtaniiaent
Agent, CIiiin. Warwick; Hegliurar of Titles,
R. W. lArmHtrougJ .Sopt, of Pravluclal
Asylum, Dr. It. I. Beiitlny: 1'urnar of Asylum, Jan. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm, Moresby; Steward lioyal Columbian Hospital, Chan. Dltfhj-j Ira "
{ration /
i, Ferris,
,, Jraml
'oroner, W.
Dominion OFFaftrAi.R.-1-oBtiiiftstor. 3,f).
Brown: Collector of Custom**, j. h. Cluto;
:Wawei)i;,of.ftn|tenttftiT, A; it McBride;
■Dominion Lnnd Agent, if. B. W.'Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, T. H. Higginson;
WHpectorof.Fiflliiwiet/iriiofl^Mowat,
RKPREaKNTATiVEs.-eenator, Dr. T. B.
Mclnnos; House of Commons, Donald
Ghlsholm; Provincial *L#sglslatuie. Oapt.
W. N, Bqle, (i, 0.
MAILS CLOSE  AND AKIIIVK.   • [j
... Hirjo'A d«.a«ctt;^ ■
hnd^MondayATl^iS0^
(for dispatch *#nndoy»at 92.
JBr VletwS, y'l.i and Wwtern TJ. B. Offl-
,.ees-Monaay, 12.46; Toeadtw,8.15; Wed-
oeflday, 6.30;   Thursday, 8.16;
Friday,'
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Daily (except Bun-
ay)atW6.   -      *       .■■;■.■        .
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island--
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
For Oloyer Valley, Hall's Prairie, Suney
Centreand Langley Pi«lrie—Saturday,
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Afonday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mail)—Tuesday,'iA
-iD-qrai
From Can. Pac, By.—Daily (exoept Batur-
dny) at 14.18. I    .
From yiotorla-auliday,   Twesday and
Thursday lfl; Wednesday, Friday und
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Daily (except Snn-
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, lfl. •
From Clover Valley, Hall's Profile and
Lanaley Prairie—Friday, lfl.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's P-isi-SundayVlfl.   /
From, Hahalmo (direct mail "-^Saturday,
" POST OFFICE HOURS:
a General Delivery froin 0 to 19 (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 6 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
«*t«.W*%Jv',»A,rj?.eibaUy
—9a.m. to 4 p. m,, und from-6 t6-7on
Saturday-svenlngH.
gailg f ritiah Columbian
Friday Eveslat, ten. n, un.
, .' . ,        '    I   i i
MOTES AND COMMENTS.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powdur never Varies. A marvel of
purlty,itrengthandwholeBomenesg, More
•oonomlcal than the ordiuary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compeiitlon with the
multitude of low test, rt ort weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cant,
RoyalBAkiNa POwdrr Co.', WUWall St,,
Sfely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT78FKBT; COMPOUND MA-
ohlnery, by Eastern makers.
Apply to „ ,  ,
MFSSltii. BEWiOKE A WUtFFSOHN,
dJaOtc Vancouver, B. 0.
* atwmw 1 „..^i. I .'..'. . LEli	
House for Sale I
K'118.  EMMA   GOLD OFFERS.HER
i. bennilhil -rcsUuire, Kltuated on
fnl Avenue, oppoflile dipt. Irvlng's—
tho "Nob Hill" of We|tmiiwteN-oti rea*
flonable terms.—Apply dlrcet to i
daiil7to MRS. EMMA GOLD.
Cheap for Gash.
ACRES OF LAND.8 MILES FROM
. ■ Westmlnslor, on a good-road; flrst-
elass high land, 100 acres of It from 4 to 6
feet black loam, tho balance alder bottom;
good house and out buildings. For further
Particulars enquire at    THIS OFFICE.
New West,, June Ml h, 1888.       dwjcHOto
FOR_SALE,
fnHE STEAMER "SWAS." SPfeotkrel,
1 I 9fcetbonm,4ft.8ln.hold;mtedwllh
1 doll bio euglnen, e] jx8 cyl luders, alno steel
boiler and shaft (John Doty, maker, one
of the best mamifiictui-ors In Canada). She
ts In real good order find fully equipped.—
for further particular.--, -ipply to M. G.
ERHUNE or W.B. AUSTIN.      d.Hml
Power of Attorney.
DDIUNS MV A5SENCEJPB0MTHE
1 PhivTucn, Mr, Jolin 0. llrown, Post-
niusler, holils my Power of Attorney, anil
Is Htttlmriteil to rosreaent ine Ifi any sale
of my roni estate in tlie eity or district,
tlsoimnl        WILLIAM OLAHKSON.
VANCOUVER C).TY
Foundry* MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS (W THESE
: wi,.nk« haVMiimib pleamircln notlfy-
lun iholi- iVlt-mla and the public that they
nre noiv prepared torooftlyoand iliomptly
expouWony orilors for work ji* their lino
wlih whioh thoy mny bo favored.
A.WcKEI.VIK,
I    jetS V-.      Meelionleal Muniiiiir.
','VoitXvaJ|f4Kt
.i-c.,8iii'kiiy;iti
latlwniyl").
i Sir Surauol Baler, in honor o*
whom Mt, Baker wai named, Was a
great traveler. He explored the
Upper Oolumbia, the headwaters of
the Fraser and crossed the latter
valley to the Yukon liver iii Alaska.
Ho recently died in the Nubian
desert in Africa, alter' a- life of adventure and discovery. „i    ,;
■ Reoent Toronto parjeri have some
sensible remarks about^'"•edda-si"
nuisance. It i,j)pflari,itbat Lord
Stinly, on hie vimfr. t» -that place
was literally bombarded with; complimentary addresses, from all sorts
of bodies corporate .and incorpoiste.
Everyrixiy aokiibwledgci' tnat the
whole tiling ii a farce, yet everybody
goes in for it.' ,;'
Mr. John L. Killough write, from
San Francisco to an editern paper
to warn young Oanadiana against
going to California to find work. If
t;heyraust come to thii coast, he
sayi, let them settle in Britiih Oolumbia, where they will find better
laws and more congenial neighbor*.
Shake, Mr. Killough I Tour head
ii distinctly level. <
The territorial W. 0. T. V: eon-
vention of ' Dakota passed among
other resolutions one denouncing
the advene decision againit woman
suffrage by the supreme court of
Washington Territory, in the interest ef the liquor traffic, and calling
upon the supreme court of the
United States to vindicate the validity of laws giving the ballot - to
women. '■, l}oo
The practical joker Iii
a, reiraikiible.ii       ~*
Ireland.   A young lady or tnep)
Miss Keegan, went out for a walk
with her brother and a gentleman
named  Leech.   Mr.   Keegan' waa
carrying a loaded gun, and Leech
Went behind him and "in fun" pulled
the, trigger.   The girl was fatally
injured. ' It is hard to uy whether
or not to be hanged, drawn and
quartered is adequate punishment
for tin fool who firei a gun In fun
with such a result.
Although the matrimonial differences of King Milan of Bervia, and
his Queen Natalia are notorious, it
ii not generally known, laya an exchange, that this il a family habit
The King's uncles and predecMon,
Prince Michael and Prince Miloth,
both had diffiajjltiea with their
apousei'and goti«t6fnt^fi»7).i>He by
banishment and the other by divorce.
King Milan is trying both plans,
The Obrenovich family ii a had one
to marry into, and should be avoided
by match-making mothers.    . J,
Hie Victoria board of aldermen
had a stormy session lait Wednesday evening. The bono of contention wai the auditor's report, which
showed a cash shortage of $4,311.79
—a sufficient cause to set the august body by the ears. Some of the
passages were intensely lively, and
Alderman Wilson, on being given
the lie, invited Aid. Ooughlan outside "to settle it at once!" A good
deal of violent language was used,
arid the mayor had his binds full
rapping with his gavel and demanding retractions. Wiser councils,
however, prevailed finally, and the
offending document was referred to
the finance committee. A good
deal of explanation will be in order,
according to all accounts—-ind the.
end ii hot yet.
One of th. moit wonderful freaki
in nature il exhibited in Philadelphia. It haa baffled the akill of
surgeons and physicians and is at
tracting great crowdi ol people.
It ii a living man with a broken
neck. The Record luyi: It hu alwayi been believed that no human
being could potiibly exilt after dii
ruption or dilaceration of the vertebra;, but Mr. Barney Baldwin tux-
niihes a living refuation of thii
belief. His neck, right arm and
five ribs were broken in a railroad
abcident on the Louisville & Nntli-
ville railroad, at Birmingham, Ala.,
in March, 1887. He wai supposed
to be dead and the coroner was sent
for, but luckily for Barney, n physician arrived at the scene of the
wreck in advance of the post-mortem
functionary, and noticing signs of
vitality in the mangled form ot. the
young man, determined to save his
life. Baldwin laid abed 127 days,
und was then, by the aid of a set of
pulleys attached to the' ceiling,
raised to a standing posture and his
head placed in an iron maak. Since
that time lie has never placed his
head on a pillow, but sleeps in an
easy chair made especially for him.
' 3   'i .    iii
A lmly writes: "I was enabled to re*
niovo the eornfj lajotani b*ap>h|iDyit(1ll
use oi Holloway'i Cort Cure.". Other!
who lia>.c trieil It have the sirni eiperi-
enoo, •"' l;    jioirt.
BY TELEGRAPH,
Clltk Malen mused lar Slicker***
Ik. nitalucuif.lim.-ni.lu Be.
reeled l>y hemp.
Terrl.leT.leer Deatllatlon umll.a.l.
balliB. Man Ike llkab.sr.ud '
Haekeule liver HdlaM^-wl..
tlate. Deck Anil.
UST HlfiUrS DKSPAICUIIS.
IBAVB EXTHNUEO.
Paris, 8ept. 27.—The Temps uyi
thit the leave of abience of the French
ambassador to the Quintal hai been
extended till the Emperor WilliaaVi
visit to Rome hss ended.
KaEEOTAllry'S SA»|L     " '"**'
Vieska, Sept. 27,—The Euirwis of.
Auitria explitus that aItholi|h sh^ admire. Keine'll poetry she will withdraw
bar donation to the, Heine monument
fund at the request of the emperor in,
comerjuence of Heine'! insult! to. the
Hohenzollerni.       .',',.
HOT SAT1SHID.
CorisiANiinopiE,  slept.  27. i- The
girte hit ordered the release iif the
reeki arretted in connection with the
Sponge dispute and has instructed the
governor of the iiland to ceitc annoying the Greatkt.. It is reported that
the Greek government ia not satisfied
with the orden, and domanda further
reparation.
.       THIBETAN TEOOBLES.
London, Sept. 27.—The opinion! of
the Chinete government with regard
to the recent trouble iu Thibet are
awaited here with considerable anxiety.
It ia feared "that trouble with China
may eniue tinsmith the virtual invaiion
of Chinete territorry by the Britiih
troops, although China had been previously advised of the proposed Britiih
operation! againit the Thibetans, and
the operation! were conducted .ilhin
the limits prescribed. -,    .
"The Ball MaU Gazette, commenting'.
on theroutof the Thibetans in the
JafiisPiis by Colonel Oeahl, laya that
th. ' kUlingf. ot 400 Thibetani by the
force of ISuglith troopi, which sustained tho Iou of 0 wounded in the encounter, luigesti a wanton butchery
by no meani juttitied by any. circ'um-
itincei leading to' the affair which hav,
been permitted to become public hire.
Referring to England'! lait campaign
in Egypt, the i Oaall. uyi tbl prevailing taunt it the time wis that the
Engliih soldien butchered their enemies and ran away. Now it would
seem their policy is "slaughter and
•lay," instead of "butcher and bolt"
BISHAKCK. ENTBOSES.
Bebun, Sept. 27.-On Saturday
Prinoo Bitmirck addressed the people
at a harvest festival on hii ostote, fell-
oitating them on the comparatively
good harvest liter the had winter and
rainy luramer. He referred to the
acceuion of Williim 111 is followi:
"The gloomy diyi have given .ay to
bright sunshine. We can look with
pride upon th.' present emperor. He
■••veryinch»wldier md»will fight
bravely if Germany ihould ever be attacked. But be lovei hii lubjecti ito.
much and will do hii utmoat, to pre-
lerve peace. Thote among, you who
were with me in France in 1870 know
whit a harvnt home oin bis when ah
enemy ii it hand. There ii little in
life then for thi tiller of the toil. Let
ill, therefore, to-diy think of our emperor md give him a thundering good
"hock unter kaiser libe hook. The
tout was drunk hy all.
Mis
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
KEMP WINS,
Sydney, N.S.W., Sept 28.—A race
for the Kulling championship, between
Peter Kemp aud Edward Hanlau, wai
rowed to-day and won by Kemp.
ARRESTED TOR OPIUM SUUDOLIKG       ,
Seattle, Sept. 28,-At 10.30 thii
morning, Hon. J. 0. Hiuiei, a well-
known lawyer, wu irreited by a U. S.
marshal! on authority of a wirrant
iitued in Buffalo, N. Y., charged with
compiracy in imuegling opium. Thit
arrtwt, which u not explained, unquestionably grout out of Mr. Haines' connection at defending - attorney with
Gardner and nthert now under irrott
in New York ttiile, charged With imng-
gltng.
PERISHED IN THE FUMES.
Cronstadt, Sept. 28.-A lofty wooden
tenement, filled with people, wa,
burned today and the itairoue deitroyed before the inmatei could escape.
Miny leaped into the itreet md were
inortilly injured by filling on stones.
Sixteen were burned to death in the
houic.
WIOOINS AGAIN.
Ottawa, Supt. 28.—Profeuor Wig-
gins, iu an interview last night laid
the ciuac ol the yellow fever in Ihe
•uuth waa purely astronomical. Un
June 10,1881, he laid, the planets
were in the ume line, snd the earth
had yielded to the tendency to approach the sun, and lince then cyclone., earthquakes, floods, chi.lcra,
aud yellow fever had dcvaitatod our
planet. The advance had heen only a
few milei, but increased hilar attraction contracted the ciinh'i surface,
oiuiing floodi. Tho unequal shrinkage caused eirthquakw. The atmosphere had become denser, and consequently held more carbon and lta compound! in rotation, producing microbe*, and thui cholera md yellow fever.
AlOrjIlH FASSAI1E.
Qpeenstown, Sept.28.-Theiteimer
City of New York arrived to-day after
a pimge of 7 dayi and 2 houn. Her
circuiting pumpi are defective and
ihe wai'only able to ute her itarboara
engine. For dayi ihe met with con-
tinuou! giles, during which two nai-
»0Dgeri were thrown on deck, and hid
'•heir ribi broken. . The. passengers
ner. greatly frightened and one went
insane and had to he put in a itraight-
'■"■"..' rumioltMti^.'.^
San FitAN'ciBC0A!Siptl 28.—Pined-
geii'peritt.Me'xiooyoiTOtori,: Mrii
5. Wiie, T. 0. Bi-rii; ti I. Edilln,
Mnilukely, W. HuUtt-.H. Morton,
d..O..Buii«ii'.    .<■ . ...-ulbie
; AB-ANOB IN t-utrtt'b»i vrihlAT.
Ohioaoo, Sept 128. ■'— YeAsrd.y',
•ccne. in the wheat pttiwre iPtCensctsd
todiy.andthe upward aoaaaHsant in
September whwt.wM m.inliri.ed. It
opened at 125, ripidly, advaped, and
it one o'clock wai lofd at U^.,
Mill. BIHUIEP... . ,.
Butte, Mout.', Sepi 28.—lie Mar*
garet Ann mill at Wilkeville, two
Mies from here burned to the ground
lut night.' Thi*. Waa no *at.r at
hand. sLou «U,000.   Cntalteed.
'   EAHDAil lUarOldJJATED.
" ttriADiiPBrA; Sgit.' M.'-ilCpn|r»»».
man; Samuil J. Barida"l, hat omb
unaiiimoUily renominatri by tin democrat, of the third diltti*.••■.■■'•
'     IMALI, POX 8Ptta*m«S,'
'    BtrPFALOi SepU<atBa^i^«*mUI JHII
ii ipreading in Poliih asiirter., four
mw case, having .b<>aa isoovired today. The diMU.hu law b-okeuout
in anatocrslic portions pf the ojty.
...    TAS(>r^Aa)l»»aau>..,i
Denvib, Ool„ Sept' ».—A man
answering the ditcnptiqp of: Tucott,
the-iJhicwo burglu wfia .J|wd*n<1
millionaire Snell, hu been irmtid.
OIQANnO STEEL BAIL OOMSiirS.
Pittsbubo, Pa., Sept ,88.—Information nu reached here of tb. forma-
■nation of an international iteel rail
pool, -The combine wii contutiimated
it Glugow, md include! Englind tnd
th. continent. Oarn-jjie, who wu
present promiiad oo-opatstion on th*
pirt of th. Americaa cotnbta. in th.
endeavor to sdvance md nsintsin
prices.    '       . ,ji
BiVAOES of jack rtt(
Washtnoion, Sept. 28,—rrei
weather ia reported in northers Min"
netota, and killing frost frolh toothern
portion of Miehigia ted Wrfcomin,
md light Ifrcali is Ihai ueMtaMit ud
aa hr louth is nuthon Hitioitri.
ti U:',- ". PAOToaT nnuri».'J
.# ..-»(?•"'•)«• t.$*l,t>*mn et
the employees hi*, wen removed
from tho mini sod It li believed that
there are more ,till there. TJmnplit.
tail, $2M,drjO.I''i   ■■:"•■'   i*
''  ' <M\it'iTjfum<'iVj,r-
New Bidpoed, Mua, "is*).'t8.-A
cloud-bunt, lut nigkl, washaal great
ditchei in the itreila ud, uadtcmintxl
many building!. ,,.]
SANFBANpsoo, Sept,.,3
ciiui attending Antoine &
Martin Kelly and Win. • Hirringtonj
who, wen ihot in lut riiirfitivifriy at
the roomi of the republicm county
committee, itated toil' morning that
there it no hope for OtuiiHnMa and
that hii death it only a questjpn, of a
few houn. Kelly aud Harrington ar.
much improved ind .It) ba«ble to be
•round io a few day.. **he"glttdJury
-ill meet lo-minr-)*aSWratiuffftYmtk.
thorough invotigatiMit iotoithe .flair.
ESBEIS «r-F»»D*0. ;:
London, Sept. 28,-AdiriM fnm
Suakim itate that than wu heavy
firing between rebel, and th» BritUh
until midnight lut night Duerten
report that the nbeli lufleredieverely,
on. shell killing seventeen. ' '
WHEAT KASHT.  '  ...
New Yoei, Sept 28.—Wheat, 103;
torciulvlOMj OjtVMlj HoV.,'lOB'j
Dec. and May, lOBf.    '
Liverpool, Sept 28. — Moderate
denutnd; Cala., 7a, lOJd. .„,, '
Chicaoo, Sept 28.-Wheat, UO for
cuh; Sept., 100; Oct., 99j,   :
, oonetotheeotioii.
San Francisco, Sept 28.—A del-
patch to the Merchant1! Excbsnge this
morning uyi thit the Britiih .hip
Earl Wemyu, hebce ft* Qoeetiitown,
which mi in oollison off Pwruribuco
with th. British thip Ardutsple, froffl
Liverpool for thit port, taiNak. Th.
Ardenoaple ia filhng with w^m and
has been abandoned. ,:„)„
.   j.  oBOLjiii taw.: M.x
Jacksonville, Sept. 28.—Tatii.n.wl
from Fomindino ind other politi in*
dicatei' no ilirming increu. In Ui.
diHiie. Frank Pons.*, democntk
candidate for atate ttiuurar, hii wife
md child are lick it SandavMos, At
Macolinuy tevet ii not iureaUisf rapidly. "iinrnHli it ilmmt imn*ji|irii1
clear again, Southern towrainpsit t
brighter outlook.
INDIAN DESTITUTION.::   a
Winnipeo, Sept. 28.—A ter^ibl.
tile of itsrvition md d**tit.tlon
among th. Indiini oomt. from' the
Athibaiki and Peace river eoattty in
the form of a petition lo thi .mhtitter
of interior for Cinada. It it i%ned
by the Anglian biehop of thitdtalste,
•ix clergymen md mit«ionirici, and
■everal justices of Ihe petoe. )Th.
document lets out that; owing to great
mortality among beaver, md'fther
email game, tho Indi.ni for. aian> .
year hive heen in a Mrnliui ttatt of
itarvation. Their Mod iiwply.and
power of procuring clothing hu.be.n
iffected. They ire new in a cotanlete
itate of deititutitra md onible to provide themielvei with clothing, aurfou-
nltion, etc., for' winter. Mint* of
their dogi, w necetury to the Inatttn.
for travelling: and htm ttng.hsv. perished, thui terioutly tacrsuiafith.
difliculty of getting a livi
tho winter of 1886-87, on ,<
itsrvition and oonnquente
a party of 29 Ore* Itflterri wuK	
tothm. IntheMickmiierivlPdii.
triot, uveral deathi by itirntioa and
one or more cue, of cannibaiiui "occurred lut winter,'md among th. Fort
Chippewy «ilndijmiJ^MO|Mj*r
ind thirty itkrved^fo diafh and nsnT
women md rhildtiMl^hW'AlfiEJ .
helpKa. and mm tithe ^'WaVt
eat each other tlii.wl.ttr unleW Mlp
come,. finis $riti*h Coltuttbian
FrtaH- Kv.alu. aent. M. IU*.
Wpfut wisjing toi-in.
anting like *»gpjrit of Bui
otjto apjaearitp lit jn caades*iati*»
upon our gallant Hyacki, whose
voluntary and patriotic services on
behalf. of the city cannot be too
highly spoken of, we must call at-
i. tMtiui.to an abuie, which we have
. „„jm>. itoht..tfia-flyaojit, themselvai
will no woner recognize than they
willbearojibuito reform. We re-
' «r,to »h» 'iraotioa of ringing the fire
"Mil fo, an alarm when turn.
,.-JwuSa >9mW;.for. hose drill
and praotice.   A aliment manner
^-i*iWM.»J|-^MH***^ *» te-
forehand and understood by the
uemben of I the eompany, would be
just al .fieotive in calling the boys
together for praotice, while it would
not be open to the objections that
obtain againit the present gtvas-you-
please method. One very obvious
objection to sounding a fire alarm on
any other occasions but fires (unless
. ajutoira«rl ,;nreviousjy),, in , a oity;
Ilka. Westminster—where, we have
no paid n»department, and everybody, il expected to lend a hand—is
that a real alarm .of fire is likely to
bs disrsga|da*4f.a»iwi.time, after the
oitiiem have been "lold" several
timw. on bogii* alarm*. Besides,
. paoplpiaiBiput to no little inconveni-
oncs and annoyance, to my nothing
of tk. fright tiat some experience,
-■■ by rushing bald-headed from their
worlrtosee where the fire is. The
Hyaoks probably do not appreciate
thefaot that their fine-bell exercises
i iiieh a iway over the citizens; but
thb result is as we have stated, land
even worse consequences are liable
to happen. Yesterday afternoon, as
stated iaapitem, Mr. Jaa, Cunning-
ham's horse, startled by the general
exolteiueiit jwd running to and fro,
and the rapid rush of the hose-cart
•Jong the street, became frantic and
.,, didiaiiiderable damage to the buggy
ii audits contents. If Mr. Cunningham had not grasped the horse's
bridle, and held on, and had not several other gentlemen assisted, the
oonaequences would certainly have
b»a«j||oreurioiu.   lathe event of
: l«p^avtinimoHBD4 dangeri have to
b.iin-4inntl, butthere is no neces-
iity*i.oesptirig.ti»«*e conditions on
"-iiauy oocasiona . We would iug-
it that the Hyacics arrange for a
_Jetent signal for iummoning their
lpi****l^l^P«C|ii!e,,or else .notify
th. public through the newspaper
when they intend to call luch a
meeting. We leave the matter to
ih,«irgoirf***aS««id:i!oropetent judg-
nMUi, . atsored - that it will not be
. numt-y to • call -upon the civic
aathoritiei to comet the abuse.
*sssBta-i-«=a=
' Returning, to the Bubject of the
iiibavries. report, and passing over
s-weral varieties ef fiih with which
the render ia familiar, and others of
minor importinoe, we come to the
ihid, whioh are, said to havo in
created during the latt few years on
the Pasific comic. . Mr; Mowat urges
ths islhsriliii .to take some iteps
fof;tn»p«pagalionof these fiih, and
thus ,aiai^a-*ii»*Ut addition to the
I wullltof our fiistries. No bettor
placa, hi, feeli sure, could be found
thasttrtsverfsyritif tb» Fraser for
the r*t*rral propitf-ttifin pf these
fish'. We ihlvH "not dwell upon the
lubjeotof the deep.sea fisheries,, as
our leaders hive been mado acquainted from time to tinia.ai to the
position of this brjwch «af our fishing
iuduitrit*. It is to. be. hoped the
Dominion goviroiiMiit: will, early
next yesr, give proper aid to the development of thi almost Unknown,
but dottbtlen vast, wealth of our
deep sea fisheries The report speaks
of lardiuet—a fish, whioh, we ven-
turo toiay, ii.noc generally known
I to Wilt in omti :wat«aw-aa followi:
"Xhtts., nth wen,plentiful during
11 tb. mostJa. of August and September in all the harbors near, tbe
■traiti, eapeciall}' at Ksquimalt.
Thw w**o caught with seines by
Italian fiihennen in large quantities.
'•', "wty.jtii p" gpfldw and quality,
and larger, if anything, than the
Frenoh iiardinoi. Tbey follow the
Isnt in ihoali, which makes their
•sty in any one place rather uncur
tain. From what I saw of them on
tUH avert cout,.on my exploring
trip, and the quantity taken at Vic-
tot's,, I feel satisfied that with
propfar appliances tbey could be pro
curid in aufficient quantity to war
rent tho eatabliahment of a sardine
if lilltalj. and a market would un-
dsubtedly be found for them." Be-
; to the excellent oponing for
ng in whale fishing, whioh ia
_ /availed of by American fiih-
KmiM»(a flatet from San Francisco
,i   fca*ing*»ptur«d, the previoui leaion,
: »T whide., v.lued at »1,286,000,
an aviwage of over (107,000 to eaoh
ttatfri); Ore inipeotor layi: "Con-
tUttiui that our people are situ-
tiU  7S0mil*a'iMnr the Arctic
:.. fi^ giMWsVtlwa onr.. San Fran-
•aVw tuighl-in, I am, at a loss to
■at—liBti' why an ettart ii not
1 'MditowrtWoato in thft remuner-
-«*»ebslitt*4*;'''*tte catch of fur
**iW;.'.*J),ow*d.»..ilebre-*s,,lqr 1887,
||*-*s*uaajl--i-4'»iiM.ha»<iterous
'.. njtMtlrth itmim thifilm ot1 a few.
i, tWaV—il I uiinbisilf 'lliiiMr litre
Tk* Mteeipil reaien,  however, for
i. mtw4mt1«tte in Behring'i Sea waa
. tM'tuiiieriain itato of affain with
1 Statist and the annoy-
Ihf (kt leuurei of our
lobsters, Mr. Mowat informs the department that he has examined and
taken the temperature of a number
of places, which, from their surroundings, seiha. well adapted for thi llaM
ilst of. these crustaceans, andme IjW
nb fear of the results w)hen they em
planted in these- localities.. Mr.
Mowat, as our readers are aware, is
now in eastern Canada, a part of his
mission being the introduction of
lobsters to this coast The report
touches upon crabs, shrimps, prawns,
and clams, all of which are stated to
be abundant, hut owing to the fact
that eastern markets nre too distant
to make trade profitable, aud the
American markets on the Pacifio
ooast have a plentiful supply, nearer
home, tbe buiineu in these il confined to supplying the home demand.
As to oysters,, tlie. report states that'
there, are a number of defined beds
on the coast, but for want of proper
care and attention thoy have deteriorated and are, now almost worth-
Beferring ,to Orofteriinwigration,-
Mr. Mowat states that the subject is
attracting.. considerable . attention,
liot only here, btititi the eastern
provinces and Great Britain. Hels
constantly in receipt of tatters of inquiry on the subject, and strongly
urges upon the department the necessity of making energetic efforts to
prospect and obtain trustworthy information in regard to our deep sea
fishing as may be serviceable to
people wishing to engage in this industry. The report of Mr. John,
McNab, fishery. guardian of tho
Skeena and Naas ltivers, is quite interesting and contains some good
suggestions. Referring, to grey nnd
black cod, Mr.McNab concludes that
both species can be caught with
proper' appliances in most of the
sounds and bays on the coasts and
islands;' he also saw and 'handled
two of the Atlantic, or.tsuo. cod,
caught in a salmon net near the
mouth of tho Skeena. Halibut, he
says, are to be found over the whole
extent of coast, between Skeena and
Port Simpson in great quantities.
On thii section of the coast, marine1
vegetation is very luxuriant, affording shelter and food for small-bait
fish; mussel beds are vary extensive.
The. shores are generally smooth,
with good marginal sand and gravel
beaches,'favorable for landing had
curing fish, and all Ihe conditions
exist there that are found in the'
vicinity of the most prolific fishing
grounds on the Atlantic coast.
Muoh might be done, Mr. McNab
thinks, toward solving the' problem
of the value of the fisheries in British Columbia by a competent party
with a steam schooner devoting a'
whole summer to the work. It is
to be hoped tbe Dominion government, after all their delay in this
matter, will, make -provision for a
thorough investigation early next
season.. Should these fisheries prove
anything like so valuable as there is
good reason to expect, the benefit to
the whole province would be difficult to compute. Mr. Chas. F.
Green, guardian for the Fraser Hirer,
givei it as bis opinion that the fishing at the mouth of the river il
detrimental to the general interest,'
as the fish are, thereby, to a great
extent, prevented from coming into
the river, and' suggests that in future a limited number of licenses be
issued.: Mr. Green also suggests
that a small steamboat be placed at
the disposal of the fishery guardians
on the river, a request which we believe should be complied with. Mr.
John Buie, also a fishery .guardian,
submits an interesting report, from
which our space will not enable us
to quote, except as to his opinion
that some limit should bs placed on
the number of nets in the river, and
that action cannot be taken to soon
in the matter. The cannerymen he
found willing to comply with all the.
requirements of the fishery act. We
shall refer separately to the hatchery
report,
W.lvFALES,
•WWTHJAl UHDERTAKER,
Embalming a Specialty.
Debler In Wonden •nd Mctallc Bur-
Ul CMkeli, FbtmkIi eondmetcd*
A tnil I Ine of Coffl*. Trtmralng»alwnys on
hand, Pnrtles at a distance Hiipplfed at
shortest notice. SlUsfMllon guaranteed In every particular.
dwocltc        '   Columbia St. New West.
Childran Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
Notice to the Public
, LL CITIZENS ARE REQUIRED TO
put their premise** In proper sanl-
tury cumin Ion within four days from dule,
whi'ii all preiQls-ifl will bo vIsltod by the
lioalthoftlf-er, mid nil persons  In default
will lie proceeded against under the health
ordinance, Wflft.,
By order of Bonnl of Henlth,
H. Ij. DBBECK.,
dse271d Chairman,
TO CARPENTERS.
SEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned, will be received up
to noon on THURSDAY the Uth ot September, for the
ERECTION OP A COTTAGE
In New Westminster. Plans nnd specifications can be Been at tlie office of Major
A Pearson.
ALAN E. MCCARTNEY,
Architect.
Vancouver, Sept. 24,1888. dse!25tt
»a.The time for receiving above tenders
U extended until noon of SATURDAY,
38th lost.
COME AND 8EEI
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W. H
ftvmo_TXKlfJ- fomfmwi or
the "Temperance House," frontlnj
lumblaaud ohnreh streeu, oppoalte
the Episcopal Church, and now known
""farmers'home.
Will Mcomraoilate the travellni public
at the following ratea:
Hoard per day.
■ii ii week
Blnile Meals.	
,......,,11 00
.100
Bjnile Heals, ...„.„„..._..„..~.    35
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A Sluggish Liver
Causos.tho Stornach and Bowels to be.
conio disordered, and the whole lyitem
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After much Buffering from Liver and
Stomach troubles, I have Anally been
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I alwayi find them prompt and thorough
In their action, and their occasional use
keep! me in operfectly healthy condition.—Ralph Weeman, Annapolis, Md.
Twenty-flve-years ago I loitered from
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Since that time I have never been without them. They regulate the bow.1.,
assist digestion, and inoreaso the appe.
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I luffered from a Torpid Liver, and Dya-
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1V1 have lots Ior sale in the city from
150 upwarda,.
Alto, Immediately adjoinlns the City
limits from ,« upward.! and a lewre-
inulolng lots at sapperton at iioo on very
easy .terms.       ' ■   .. ' . .
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
arid along the line of railway; and Acre
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at profitable rotes. ., ,.
intending investors nre Invited to call
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The advertisers offer their services as
agents for the PURCHASERS of property,
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strangers aud others, respecting any proposed investment in land, whether in
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will be sent on application.
ROYALOITY PLANING MILLS CO.
I    ILImitedl.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO, ILtt.J
just Anna
Per C. P. R.
THK LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT-
ED STOCK OF
English, French, Sotoh,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown In New Westminster.
MfstofEnglauilBroailclotlis
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSONy
Colambla St., On. McKeaile St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
daplSto
C. E. WOODS
uwMintvn.
A. C. CAMBlt,
NOTUV PUILIO
Woo^HnnrftBaiUi
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
lalfiiill. l*BMIi**.S***»a-, AwiiIj
m^imMrmmWfWmm} **VB*«*Ba*^^ (Bs*fa*-^p^pt **Hv*i**P
AMD CONVEyANCEES.
Aastris isa
"IBB—The Western of Toronto.The *t-
na,Th. City of London, uid The Bart-
lord.
WfE.—The Now York Life Intunnoe Oo.
ACCIDBHT-The Traveller!' ot Haitfor*
Land Isrveylng In all Its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City asd Snbnruan Luidl.fn*' Isle,
We can ahoy a complete llat ol deilrable
localities.
Fftvrslsc Landt, Improved and unlm-
prove i, throughout tlio dlttrlet..
Mlulng ...tl other Stock bought and
sold.
Money to Loss on firtt morlgagoat
low rates. 	
T.LEPRONE CALL NO. 88.
P. O. DkawsbW.
. W90D8.TCB5IKB4 6AJIBLR,
Oirill. UUIl'l luu,    •   tlllWIU ITIHT
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmhllta
Lowiuii Harris
ft.OQ.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AKD-—-
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Ho..Bb0bs,
And tramaot all Bualaeti relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOR—
Lonrloa Aiiarance Corporation,
CoaaectloBt nn Iaiaraaea Ca. of.
lartrard.
London and Uacaihlre lite Aunr*
ante c«.
Cutoa Inturaae* OBee, Id. (Mirlni)
OrRIOESl
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St.; Victoria
dvMHfl
-trfWlOlt IS HEREBY OI^EN-THat'
ll we have wade application to the
Hon. Minister.or the Iaterlor .for n lease
" ir timbering purposes of the following
escribed tract of fundi .,  .    . 1...
Commencing at.a post planted at the
lorssot SilverCreeklonHarfleonUke),
about one and-, a-half mltel frost. 111.
moulli: thence east g) ehaiaa, the.ee
south 120 chalns.'thenco-wettlOOclialus,
thenoe North lilo chaina, thenee east 80
~*-~lns, tn place of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
dsc22ml     Por U. L. DbBkck, Manager.
A BARGAIN.
Ti*tOR SALE-iflO ACRES GOOD LAND,
J? sltuatedonatrunkroad,ftbont3mlle8
1=.-. ., ..._    «._. m «---*■ rich
rame
r lm- __ ...
Irom Brownsville. Portion of la.
bottom: balance lightly tlmb*red,
of small houM/on premlsen oti
Srovements, jRch as olearUw, di
e. Farther I*srtlcuUn
at this office. ti*i
Sacks! Sacks!
JUST ARRI VED-5,000 SACKS and 6,000
mors en route. Farmers, lend In yonr
o»alw.««rt-yth«t I may kiww hearMauy
toimport.
W. IttAiJBHN.
fflCMOTTS
-C'6lME^PAR!S.!373'
Aq-JITBI T.^tWaHfttWlr-lctorla.
.    ; dwtfctWI A ' ;'(' .
*Ki**Q**C!ItjC ""***■•
;T^~'PT-^ TTfTTfT—THTW? I
iWmmsmrms%
OffflitoLifBAssnraiHiCoc
PARTIES IN8DRED IN THE X80VP
JT Company, whose Premiums are payable nt Eastern points, can hav, the pVo.
of payment thereof changed to tht. city,
freo of charge, by applying to the under-
Tmjttc     -
m>
V^J^mfmf*'^'
ayv.t stMtAv.ral#i,Mki.
HENBYV, EUHQNDS,. .
1 ' 9  ' *' ' 9 Aa-Sr1.0
ml
BUILDERS Arjfi        3
0 ii
BRIOK-YARI»l Pi
OFFICES: enter C.I.MM. lad Bhty
til.. Jfew Weatmlmler.     dwmhiotc
iTOTIOEL
THA1\
 .making
lei Commlsaloner o» I
_    .— permission to purchase tho foilowliif described lands in
Const District, Province of British Columbia: i   .
No.l.-Cummeuelngat the N.K. corner
of Lot31, Range 1 (VaTdes Iiland); thence
ewt ten nojchnlni, south to shore llneof
Hoskyn inlet, theace northwesterly along
(•bore lino nf Hoskyn Inlet nnd Village
bay to the 8, E. corner of Lot JH, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
eommeiicement — containing - about
acres.
No. 2.-Tlie small Inland lying at tht
head of Village bay, Valdez island, containing about oue (1) acre.
New West., B. C, HepU 10,1888.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
"*7 their Agent,
duel Ima
Cuari.es K. Woods..
North British and
Mercantile
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809
InljUrlHi m^fr-
tM np, •
Fire rand t Retervei, is
at 31st Dec, 1887,      .-
Revenue Fire Branch,
0S5.000
1.188.UJ
t,mm
£WRates aa Low aa any other
ieliaM-£oii)pany doiiig boai.
nesa in British Columbia.
J. 0, JAQUES,
Agent (or New Westmintter City ud
Dlttrlet. djeMto
asrofXTCB
HENRY VTDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AKD—
INSURANOK AGENT
HA* REMOVED
—TO HIS—
i
BANK BUIWNG&
OOLUMBIA 8TREET,
NEW WBSTJ1IN8TEB,  *  fcC,
t Poatofllce and nexl
Bank ol Brlllah Col
tdoortothe
lumbla.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IH AM. PASTS OP TU.
Oity and District of New
ij, Weatmlnater,
-Ann—
CITY *» VANCOUVER
-'-' *«is%T-*»' J A  ■
TU (aaadt lift laiaraace C** • "
The Hiflual Fin luuriacaCtu 11
The Korwleh Union Fire Iat-tnaeft
Social-..
aa-Ioiai Erected .. Real Etlale at
■eaao.able K.t«.
I^WiH	
'^ABUaS^A,
dHWjrl
. RIGHT,
ew West-
due for goods deliver
     iogUBt lost are due to.
me. I hope all my old friends will give
minuter Brewery to Messrs. Jameson. .A,
""" IgM. Thidebts due for goods detfti
-*th«a     ■
iqpe I...     .
Orat-a fair i
Wright, The —
ed up to the 81st of Am
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
te
FURTHjR.  NOTICE,   WILL
for CbllflWhaok and way places
 ^JAYfl, THURSDAYS and BAT-
URDAYR, at 7 a. m.|jreturnlng on the following dayn. For Ul further Information
apply on board, or to
W. E TOWNSEND,
dmy9te On tbe Wharf.
i
ARaroCta&fopaFniUy!
PAf, aiif we, ifier
|V 11 OHPu^aWlTP-aoCl
A FARM CONTAINING 5f»; ACRES
A Pralrla.Lwid, 6 miles from Port
Moo-ty, 8 rmlelr from Westminster; com-
munloatlon by water, rail or wagon-road.
Can be purchased with or without stock.
Terms easy.—Apply ta
Ass*, ■■^mvm^
FIREISIHICE
OF
' ^O.t:t!f. H   (IJ i«a*w it
LONDON,   ENGLAND.
 ___.,_. „ ..„,   are de*
serving of confidence"anS will gfve satisfaction.
IL-4KHOE,'
Sapperton. '
SITtlNO^F THE COUNTY COURT
will be held at LYTTON on Monday
"§ft *V *r •'••bert <»««. »t ten
took ltf the forenoon,
WW"'"- v y;^s&,  '< -
Registrar O. C.
Lytton, September 34,1686.     seKdwtd
.JlfeEIS^HERliBY GIVEN THAT
% sl-ctyduys after date we Intend mnk-
.^i% applfo-jiUonto the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described lands
situate on Voider. Island, Coast District,
British Columbia:
Commencing at a point on tho eut; boundary of Lot 17, Coast Dlstrlot, 2ft chains
south of  the   nortl
said lot, thence east
lortheasterly corner of
last 40 chains, south to
Village .Bur, northeast-
the shore line of Village Bay, i.
erly alonu said shore line to the southeast
comer of Lot. 34, Coast District, north to
the shore line of Main Lake, along went
lease lines In a generally west direction
to a point 40chalns due north of the northeast corner of Lot 17, Coast District, thence
duo south 40 ehalnB to the northeast corner at-Lot 17, Coast District, thenco south
0 ohslm, east 40 chains, and sonth 2D
(halo* to point of oomraeneement..
Royai. City Plakimq Mn.w Co. (Ld.)
* By their agent, C E. Woods,
New Westminster, B, C.,
August 6th, 1888. au7d2m
TffiiiBrniriWnlt; for -nhubuaft-page HoA
orlutlve Catalogue with 6 beautiful ool-■
red plates.. Frtae-Lf sts sent free. 1
Annual Gathering!
XtXJkXXtX.Jk.XtX*
Caledonian & St. Andrew's
, . SOCIBtTT ,.
WaU.I. TAKS  PI.IO. AT TB.
AGRICULTURAL HAU.SROUNDS
NKW WB8TMINSTEK,
Thursday, October 4tli, 1888
/'tuo prlie list for the Games nnd Sports
islrery largr
evening.
Look out for Posters,
ff    tT'"^*''^
PETER GRANT,
^       Secretary.
THE ANNUAL
EXHIBITION
__Oj- THE	
BRITISH COLUMBIA
WIT.LBIBILSAT
Agricultural Hall,  Beacon
HIU, Victoria, B.C.,
TWwisiiAY, FRI&AY & SATURDAY.
OeMber Ilk, Slh.a.llh.
" fhnrsdsy will be devoted to Judging of
articles and animals ou exhibition.
The door, will be open at 0 o'olook *.»..,
on Friday and Saturday.
11003*1 OP ADM IBHIOK-KIW Cent!
for Aduln; Hi cent, for Children.   '
Intending exhibitor, are reqnwted to
riotllf.tlao Seemlara;. :
THOMAS RUSSELL,    ,
dwttntd Seoretary.
.  '.
3>T-taPSriGi3B.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
80 days alter date, we Intend making
lloitlon to the Honourable the Mlnla-
 olSe Interior of. Canada lor a lone,
for timbering purposes, on the following
dtaorlbeii traott ol Imd altailed' In the
Dlalrlot of New Weatmlnater, I»mv1nce of.
Btltlth Columbia, vlti-Commenclnit ft a
poat mitHed. 3. O. B. and t. Mof„ M
chains, about northweit from the outlet
of Llllooct Lakaor adjoining the llrulie. In
Sawmill Company'. >ppllfllt.n;<IUenco
*-1BjS
wort 240 chaina, more orleai. to a post
iJisrHd j, o, B. apd J. MoJf, B.|wIi|thenee
and J
.W.WC.'llt. W —-	
ehalns,mr,re or less, to a post marked J.
O. B. and J. M.U,,fc H.|ltfric.,a«t40
chaina, more opIasiViw* ieaTtnarkert I.
O. B. and J. MoL., 8. E.| tlaenee aouth M>
ehajps, more or lest, to a taut marked J.
B, ii iuad J. kl.L,,'«.*»,nrenceea.l4i>
chilnt, moro or leu, to i post i
1I®t13-S^sb^«*
chaina, moro or lets, to a post marked J.
O. R anil 3. Mebi N. W.i thenee emit 40
chain.,™.™ or leu, to .paaii marked J,
0. B. and J. Mel,, s. B.; thene. aorth 120
ttt.utikaatsi.M%1a. nottm.rksl J.
ft3F*ffltJW.fw,!*,WDta
Weatmlnater, Province of
bla.
JAMES Q. BOSS.
'AM^Mj^fcN. ..:
1, !.- ,i.  ..       m —'rj, J, Bin,,,
H,wW«»-,».0„aUlAttg„ la». ataxtm
I Brlilih Colum-
W^ff^mSSm W Be8t
Companiea in the World.
,VM'.tiiVIOT .(>■   'j,
POLICIES ISSUED AT   THE LOW.
ett rate,, and no oomblnatlon with
any otber Companfei.
V. If. n ■■„ ■; JA-MES1 CDNNINQIIAM,
djeflte ^ ,,•....;.,. . ....^attiT.
major wimm
FtnaadBl Ag««tK.
AGENT^iEqp oIuwia -eiiuiitO
Confederatlors Life Association of
Toronto. ..;, .^^
Hoyal and Lancaihtre Fire.InsTur* t
1 anee Companliss^ j ~   ,...
MsValnable Lots for sale* In the City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City ot Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us. ,.,,..   tj t *
Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postofflce, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver.       dwapl6te
NURSERY'
Frail Trees,
Ornamental Trees,'
Small Fruits,
And OABDE«. STOCK on hand in great
Everything fo-at-class and furnlihed In
goodlhape.
O. W. HENRY,
Port Hammond, B. C.
HAyiRO OPENED ON
Fronl Street, Opp. C. P. N. Wharf,
■tjy I8HE8 TO INFORM THr! PEOPLE.
vv of Westminster that they arc prepared to sell .
Choice Family Gracerlea audi
Clothint,
At LOWEST PBIOES. CU .nd Inspect'
our Stook before, nurohaaln. elsewhere,
and you will save money by it.
daaVrral   ,,'   N. O. McKEEN A SON.
sT.oiaaj.
MISS   PEEBLES
INTENDS TO Or-aTON THEIru SEPi
TEMBEB.IB the new
QUEEN'S HOTBUHIltDjNe, '
recently erected by Mr. Dunean. a general Stationery and Fancy Oooda storel
Being thoronghly experienced In the
Inde, and having msl.atnwaajtaa.nts to
Kt regular supplies direct from theEng.
ih ud foreign markets, ihe hopes to receive the support of Ute clutens of New
WettmlnsterWiurroundlbg district!. ,
A large variety of OHW8TMAS CARDS
and CHulCR KAM0Y OOOO* .nd FINE
ART PUBUClIIUJ-S jr.aos.-oii tb.
way and will be reeelved In time lor tht
ChrUtuiMlt»de...r    ,  f. ,.j
lll|iMM*H <t .he loweil
d'
dwielml
RIFLED   RCXQLVERS,
AjanuyUlan.lMoaailng Tool*.
ALL KINDS OP SPORTING GOODS!
■IM, tunt m MhiTTHIR 1MN.
a        . mm. .      1    SS<     . .  ''   *Js       .,
8. H. WEBB,   .
Aticromixa A Appbaisib
New Weatmlnster, Bi C,       dwaelOml
M.A. McRAE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FCLLLINI
"" UOlJ
WORSTED & TWEED SUITniG!
Ovei^aOiii,Ttti««l*lnitan<
ii.j.
•1
Tailoring KtW>ll.hmant.
'-'.; J<>i*****r*a'0tvai»»-^        '
BJ^iS^*M^1tWjPPwi I
':'~;-.
*»^tmlm%*^tr%^^mrrmr:
Ai. llneapcil Union Pi-lfloii^r Recognised by
_     -.-■'- » Wbbj-OOleW.       ,,   .„
lfl WWVtWP f*»y-!K.I-..fl olcl'iaoa,
ft''™, in}'^ ot tlilu.phiM
hi a. .tosagqr got on  ■< 11.m whi,-h
JatOal WwSNtlfitd »s,?«l throtiRli tha
;^lt$r',toatt,.:.r H, pyc.l tlm ola rhnit"
slotely; and over tho face of tiio latter
there flashed a look of rooo,',';ill|.^i.
" Pardon mo," aaid tho sttvitutoi, "your
fane has a familial*, look, yot I caimot
place you. Perhaps I am mistakon."
, " Oh, no," said tho elderly goutleraan.
" I know you are not mistaken, I know
you llke.a.ooofc", \M W    D-SS
"Indeed?" *** m"-
" Yes, air.   toil used to bor.vd with
me."
W
_ ,woj,asi|o.,lk1cii*o&\,;
kfuaed.i A ■ '■'
,_ 3mmi&Mi1t^ifr*ti
ho niglit and neglected to take
your lusgago."
By this timo the stranger wan furious.
Ho grew red with anger, uud Intimntod
tlmtlialyJlioTga).'1idlOTunite^iir5Err
wvol hlm) frdra violent tnmiu'iiivit.
"Orr, you noedii't get liiii.lr"said tlie
old gent, romalning provokiiigly cool.
" You did all theso tilings, and I can
prove It." .
" Seo hero, old man, who are you, and
whero are you from?"
"I, sir, am Cant. Jack Wai-nor and you
arff-BiMMrmasfef Miirpl(y,'niia}j'c>Yi,c.-i-
frofn Ltlihytyiiilo L ifes^ufrlei.-,
ir*.ol thatpfclliitlolVV If f p .,
.yuod," was tlio strnhgor's o'jiicu-
latlon, as ho warmly clasped tlio hand of
the ox-rebel. "Aro you, Kidded, the old
conimrsaivy? :Well, 1 didboardwithyou:
a wjuUs,^ J^VAVfou the slip, too," ho
lau'gh£aiy^»o'-*Sl|"P. i ,'j •■ ■ „■.'..
■M, Mo-aged to 0
^eiv York regiment, and was captured
:iiid,Bent.to I.iljbyv,.It avns tho practice
"      '   --"-'" ' '-litttlS; They!
tittimd„
io pWsoli i*/
tho sick in ll
were given tH.
go and cotati.at.wlU.
Oil. diy* ireoirientrj.'vfould-hot allow
thaso mon, to piss, when he was-sharply
on tlie lapcla of tBoIr costs should past
unmolested. '
Murphyovarrheardthl*aml.lookadvan-
tage of it. Hettad soiho redlining in his
vnat, and tearing off :ft afEIKi lie plnnod
tha physician, insignia on hia coat, and;
watching an opportunity,* ho ^ot past the
guard and osoaped over into.the Union
. lines,—tOlncliiiioll Commercial Gazette.
.      ... 	
MB COI AT THE FOOT OF THB HILL.
Thcro'i a mansion of stoho at tho top of
"'"     tha Mil,'
With beautiful gardens around,
Where rarestexotics, in gorgeous dyes,
•Thro! all tlie long wintoi-abound.
Its Joouiarolnlald withroosafodetlgns,
Its wliidmaa aro smothered lujaoo,
And treasures of art, in marble or oil,
,   Fill every avtllabld'apgce.., JLTAc
At the,hot of the hill Is a dear littlo opt
.; Kpaaqinrcd In clwnhcihig. vines;
Bola^-stiiravajand vindoatt)the sweet
" climbingroso ■' '"'"""'"' '
With the fragrant Madeira entwine..'
The sunbeam! paint pictures all ever the.
walls, ji
And in front Is my small garden-plot,
Where theold-fashloned tlowera, In bright
. uajj  aamJsojUiitt, n .ad  :. ■„_
Shed perfume around the doer spot.
In'taei beautllul houBo.uttlietopof Ihe-
Lives a lady so stately and fair;
Ih satins and velvets lior figure is robod;
In the braids of hor. soft dusky hair
Gloain radiant.Jewels that skimmer and
Hash
. IJke tho 8ia*a«oints ashlnolntheskyi
And yet—her tea lips Mom Just ready to
part ...
And give vent to a heart-brokon sigh.
At the foot-of the hill la mjrltttle white
I round el
I am happy and busy all day.     ..."
In my pretty pink dree, and with un-
adorned hair, l ,    '
At even a walk to the stile; • • "'
To wait for my husband returning from
work,
And.to.glve him a kiss and a smllo....
The-lwvjrWlre.llTt.at thbtop-ol tho WU
Haa.herisxiiage, her pony torido; '
And often she drives past the door ot my
.. tat,— ■- -  - ■    -
lis ne'er by her Bldo.
iiubond and
 Jotr*ra*ady lanar
And her beaiitjtul, batures, •» haughty
Contract In a spasm of pain.
Ah, thaVhoiuaat the top of tho hill Is a
.  ...    ..0NllUi»  -.
BuaVlterMMteamipiroirtth.rayeot. :
All the. jamb and. westta-of the lad* up
thara.   .
Could not tempt me toehange With hor
fUBNEB, BEETON & CO;
MERCHANTS.
mkW STBRfiT'"". fICT6BIA.
North British and Mercantile
insurance Co. far Mainland.
/'     'Hie.:8EET0t*«CCf-.'' '
...   i .toorinslwryCircui,
■■;■ v1"/   ';■';,'"Lohdon, B..C.
aveloi
We" have lovaeaouiajo. U»A tnstmihloe
or gloom,        ....
Owhe.l1.aytrlipureharmlne.il fills.
Oki'iel I'd not give for UVvraalth of the
' —   TfOTld, ' '
Hy cot atthe toot of the hill.
-jttnglish Plp«.
1  I     I      I   tM tt*,... at.
8ALT DUST OF THE SEA.
|>l.V»ai.»«Wiollii>e.
sbloa.at,   •)'■
 ,—. -glhg from Australia id New
Zealand, one of th. passengers, a lady,
. complained that the dust of tho sea
caused bar eves to: smart., and Imd also
soiled her clothing. She was lunched at
by tho other passengers, wlioiuslated that
therMo-nloVbe bo dust ut sea.
"They were iniatnkcii," says Mr. M. IU.
Dallou. who telle the inoidcut lu a book
of-tr»feh "There- il a salt dust which
risei from the iprny aud liiiprrgiiatea
everything, mn flllliig one's mouth with
\<      .allllillC tatata*,'.      ...
•»Whllbth»itinitilne»,thr!ilejiosIt;llko
the dew on land, is less nciiro ami perceptible; but to walk the deck iu) night is
tu become covered with n thhicnaiilig of
'l,N'^^f^J,»■Wh*•!"^!•*Kl■-^M|,1,,*'
lut >Mr1bfi IK time liccouii's i.iiTlTclciitlJ
cryatallltaassiio.lairloOH to thee;,,
. "Th. dutt of the lea Is no fable. Th.
\ •:''{#rt^iBif^«''l**»liht.)v».^
brlilg. Will tutlfyto thil fact, and the
cabin Iteward will tail you that he hai
often to resort to something, more potent
thin «aTkl<l4raunk.toclu>usi. clothing
Which *•**«» M«eK.tt»i*»iJust.''J. |
W, -' - '  ti n   lit..
1 ' unfounded Report
mP^mt<P;i>n< °* m fnlvtirslty dl
Tfhav'iiWieh a leaiuod oiae that he hat
continual spoil, ot nhsoiit-mlndcdnees.
■ *"»tam,4jtod*a>-lH»aa>youi Why, thon
It! a lepuil alt over town that you won
dead," Midoqe of the sUidents to him t
" YoJdou*Ic11'mo so!"
I da^a^'wti^.1^'1*** **'*" m*m
" IlcfstsniiWtU. tho report I his nol
"*~"jpW ,W,t^i^t?','-p'a«ii
2a£i*\*::^-"'- ' ■   ■■','":i''' ' . J-*
■«*«*■'
■SSSSySSSSBSBSSSSB
SEE
Scrofula
Is one 6f'*Jie'too-* fatal soit-uiges whioh
siflict m#kt*l. ■lt;i3ofv^n inherited,
but may *!>■»• twiilt of iijfipropor v«c4-
, pitfon, iiiiwurial ]iqi|on, tmcleanlinese,
1 ond variow other oaosei. Chronic Sorei,,
Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancerous Homon,
and, In some coses, Emaciation and Con-
sumption, result from a acrof ulous condition of the blood. This disease con ho
cured by the uso of Ayer's Saraaparillftl-
I Inherited ascrof ulotis condition of tht
j blood,whichcausedii.dej-angemontofmy
whole system.  After taking less than
four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla I an.
Entirely Cured     M
nnd, for Ot part nM, IrtWtoot found it
neceasarjito tiM ai* ipq|i|»iowhateTer.
I am now In hrttoffWiUftHnd stroni
than eyeiti betore.^O. STVillMd,
Tremont    ■**-**'*'— ■*-- -•-•■
I wai
Py;.-.T.J-T-^.i^.--,v-._-!V^
fSrmm^mmmmW^
rfl''
WHEREAS MY. WIFE, MARGARET
c i OISSON, has leftiny bed and board
without any provocation whatever, this Is
to notify all persons not to trust boron
myaccouut,as X will not pay any debts
which she may contract.".
, . JAMES OIB90N. '
ChllilwiWok,A«giiBtai,lis<J.    dwaiifmfl
NOTICE.
.....  loot SOTM
. Jter using a foil
bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, tho sorai
for five fi
bottles of Ayt_ , ,
healed, and I havo now good	
Elizabeth Warnock, 54 Appleton street
t5omrWoirtlis ago I was troubled wit.
Scrofulous Bonis on my leg. The 11ml
waa badly swollen and Inflamed, andthf!
lores discharged largo quantities of offer* -
live matter. Every remedy failed untt
I nied Ayer's Sarsaparilla. By talajl,
three bottles of this medicine tho soret
have been healed, and my health Is r*
iterqd.1.1 am grateinl for the good it hat
iloao ine.—Mrs. Ann O'Brlan, IDS SnlU
sifNewYorkf \rt $   ''ufltt.'
r's SatrriiiparlUa.,
Prep»red by Dr. J.O.A**er*Co.(tow«u\Mi*
toldbytJlDniggliU.  Prloo*Sl-•HbollU,$*
W«|TED
DULY-CERTIFICATED ENOIN EEB
ir the itr. "Fairy Queen." Apply ou
i'      ij,'jaji .' ■'.'-'■ :   - " ° .
L.X.X. ..Jk,mn
Obp- Ihq.C. P. lLCo.-sWBari;
.  Foi..QcneralA5sorlmentof
DryCoadsr
Millinery,
'   : Udiaira Children's Apparel,
UrocwU's., Crockery, Cordage, At.
Butfer Kcgsj Barcels,
Hoy, Oraln, Feed, At.
FARM PRODUCE
BOUHBT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
■■jr.
raoKT aruia,' •  KiW.Wisiaatiinrni.
j,,, ,^.j". ji|ayiaai;,
CHINA & JAPAN
W"E" HAVEijUST REOJElVEDalarge
, oonilgnment of all" «l«dt of
CEtEIBAsWltA,
KmhraltlereagUk-OooAi,
Skawli, Screeni, Bed Quliu,
DretaMa* ««-««. KI-..KIC.
.'   '...'.'    i-trjaW^HEI'
Foreelatn,SaiaMaavCl.lneiine,   .
Bros-*, 1,917* Sanflalwoeil md
Wrlst.ol.Ba^rjrlWrlptloa
nrano n,um ithmbi muct vm
HIM NM alWAII.
Hoping th.t you will honor ui wlia your
tiilt, w. remain vory reapeotfully ytTts-, .
Kwong on Wo & Co.,'
W. fctwwamru, 1.0.
ttteifl.: ■: .,    ddelyl
NOTIOH.
Lease of Trenant
Diitrict. known aa "Trenant School Re.
Mrve,» containing 115 aerei. excepting
therefrom Si acres, which havo been
leased to the Delta Agricultural Society,
and on. acre upon whioh the school-house.
PROPOBAMJ MarfrrTaWl"! t
1st, Th. purpose for which the lend li
Intended to be used, the nature of (he Im-
  Ihe
provementi proposed to be «Qlwt«d, and'
within whattlme. j        I ,...
2nd. The term of yoars for which tbe
leate la dealrod. : .    ,
8rd, The annuel rental pnrpoaed to be
paid.
In the event of a lease belngannled-, K
Wlllbelssnol auUktloarjanBlon tlint
tho Honourable Chief Comnnloner of
Lands and Works may at any time during
.....  le poMDHija ottm ■■—
- -   - ....„ giving the leant..._
months' notice, and after paying him tbe
the tenancy roallltle poaaeaaton c
eilllamenla upon giving tne I
ieher-
two
appraised   valu. of,the  Improvements
mid. by him.      __l ,   . j
The Honourable Chief Oommlsslonwsf
Lands and Works reserves the right to
reject any or all proposals whioh he may
receive,
W. 8, CORE,
.     „, w   SurveyorOoneral.
Land! uid Wo'ra.'D.liMliiM.I,"
Vlet«rla,l^l^^&ol»9.
ALL 01W8TANDINO ACCOUNTS due
the Royal City Planing Mills Co.
must be.ettledoo or before Sept. 80th or
they will be placed In Courtforcolleetlon.
f. all cawaueen of Balsdl.g M.lerlali
'.' Until further notice, we offer great In-:
dneements to 111 cash purchasers.
. ROYAL OITY PLANING HILLS CO.
(Limited).
New West, Aug. 31,1888, dwau81ml
rAIUJ-G   TO ,^EQUBE niSPOSAI,
J   '■■'  OPiMY MA-TTRESSES
:.'.',,i.'.      I ^i-JW.THS^^*..
iPlliH Fraser
i now offer SPECIAL INDUCEME»TS
'•'   '■'■'   to the Citizens of
NEW   WESTMIJiSTKR
And Surrounding Districts.
N. B.—A flrtt-olua Upholsterer employed.
dauetc   P- PEEBLES.
J. & W.STUART,
Nnsflelbursb, Scotland*
Manuftotorers and Patentees of the Celebrated Machine-made .
tinQ
■A. The large demand 'for Messrs.
Stuart's manufucturcs has resultea In
very extensive additions ito their Establishment at Musselburgh,In order to keep
up with the requirement* of the trade.
Orders for Benton, 1889, ore In course of
execution, tind to ensure prompt delivery
ladenta should be sent InVithout delay.
ROBERT  WARD  &  CO.,
■vTScrap^ix,       ,
Sole Agenta for BritUh Colombia.    .
diezTml'...' .,.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
i   jiLsluiw " /J | aj;lJo*'^
»OBTi DKIKINSON
Searlr Opfioille the Colonial Hotel,
NEW W1MTMINSTER
mHK LABiQEST AltD   CHOICEST
X   iswrtmint of all description! ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Gmriaat.7 on taand, sodinr^edtoFam.
Rh., Beitairruti, and Staunheat. atthe,
if. tn «! •'• '*
UIWIfiT J*OSSrBLB PBICBS,
MU$IO.
MISS PRKESK, late Of- Seattle, W. T„
Ih now prepared to alve instruct tons
on tho Plnno. WIU go to tlio homesof the
pupils If desired. Residence—W.It. Lewis,
Agnes street. djIySOtc
SIGHTv. BLINDNESS
N.
USE ONLY
STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended by Loading Oculists fn
America,.
33. LTAI- th CO.,
dmynote        Agents, NewWcstinlnstor.
Ws. A. SashwQod-Jones
FRE8H CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS; ON HA1JD.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
■     djeato' ?/.
THE WHITE IS KING
"PARTIES -fiERIROUS OF PURCHAB*
Jl ine should not fall to give these celebrated Machines a trial.
C. J. R0BSO1V,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for the. celebrated While
Bronze Monument Co. dJelSto
c
COVERHM^n'ST
vtmnkas.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Best Makers in the World.
mHE' WOBLD-ItENOWNED ORGANS
i. and PIANOS of Ma«u> * Hamlin
havo arrived. Tho great STUCK I'IaNO,
with patent snstaliiEin; petlnl. The miitch-
leaa DECKER A SONS' PIANtlS. The
well-ltnown DOMINION PIANOS and
OHGANa Have also In stock RON1SCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos for rentandrent applied If purchaacd.
Call at    - '    '
JH. Peters' Music Store.
dwjmto vioiobia, a c
GEOBGE   BYRINES
AUCTIONEER, i
An&how
PROVINCIAL
(iDYernment Lands
-ON-
Aim orriuti* ■tm, m adjacent
«Wa»TMINNUMITlllQT.
TUESDAY, «3rd OCTOBER
AT II O'CLOCK, A. H..
I hav, been Inatowt-J -bjr tl|e Chief
Caanmititoju* ol Lsbdnh'. Works to tell
by.Antki. i
AT VANOOUVER, B. 0.
Several parcels of fine igrlcultnril landi,
lituite on er near the North Arm ot Filler Itiver, being lub-diviaionsol Lot! 325,
utttm, awi sat,:«" to sso, 149, im,
166,1"S, '68, 166. The lubdiviilem ot
these Lot! contain from 27 to 172 lores
eachi the location of then lots ii ihown
on tbe preient mips of the Dlstrlot,
TIisIms I. thi Inrm-dlart vicinity of
thate let! ar. MOsMerM the finest agricultural properties In British Columbia.
Some of the lot. front on the North Arm,
and other, are In the Immediate vicinity
of the tome.
Bteamer. mn dally from New Weatnil a-
iter and Vancouver, past these, valuable
W*n,a''   iALao,.-:-
MM «8 lo Itt, ami LfttlM fo M*mi
atlrituatobetweentheNortli Armmf Fi'ft-
r RiverhihI Vniicou*/erClty. The North
Arm Road from Vancouver runs through
these Lote. and there nre other rootle laid
mt thatwlllglve aorewi tb eaeh or them;
Ttiii prepviy commenwav About v, mit.--.
fcouth of Vmieouver Cliy an-i Ih bounded
on the went by the C. P. Railway Und
Grant, nnd !■ eurveyed Into lots coiitnln-
tflf npm I to 06 aeree eooh, maps or which
will (ihortly be ready for distribution.
All the landi to be Mild nn> well adapted
for agricultural,dnlryororoh»rd purposes,
and on account of thctrel<>*ieprQj*lml(j* to
&martWo/VancoMorii)|aNl'W West-,
minster <ifHe*, wilt be tUMrablc pmpcrttes
for fnmlllei- seeking a home or for Investment.
a TlieaT.-BWlWayiawttpw^coiiMnictl^
}mWVLW9tiwt»
Ialand. They aro nlso surveying n llneof
railway through these properties wlih a
JlewofaaonnwJlug wlih tlaai United Stat,.
ratim »! railway, at Startl».
. Thete landi may fairly lie con.lilorcd ns
Ike moat valuable, amr ofAirod for alio by
auolton In Itrltl.li Columbia.
QEORQE BYRNES,; „.
|,«|..il-i .-I"    AtJOTIONBEB.
■—ANY MAN"-
Who te Weak, If ervoas, Debilitated,
who tn hie Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away fall Vigor of Body, Hind
and M-.nhoOd,couBlng exhausting draini
upon the Fanntalnt of Lift, Headache. Backache, Dreadful Dreami,
Weakness of Memory, Baahflalneea In
S-icUty. Plm-plea upon the Faea and
all the Bfleeta leading to Early Decay,
Conenmutlon or Insanity, wilt And In
our specific Ko. 28 a Posit v« Cnre. It
Imparts Voathfnl Vigor, restorea the
Vital Power tn old and young, strengthens nnd invigorates tbe Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our Speclflo No. 28 tho most obstinate
case ean be cured. In three months, and
recent ones In lest- than 90 days.  Each
PackQBe contains two weeks treatment,
rlcojtl Cures guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 21 is an infallible t'ureforall Private Diseases, no matter of how long
itanding. Sola under on r written Onar-
antee to effect a Cnre. Price $5. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont
COiWJIPTIOK
i nn long
■    led
That dread terror, a dlL   ......
btifltna science ond the most skillet,
physicians,, who .know «•* nothing to
arrest, nothing to nllevlata, uoMilng to
euro. Now it ts uo longer an Incurable malady evon when, given up hy
physlolntifl/health can yet be found In
OUKKKMEl.Y; It IiohIk ami soothes
themo-iibmnoof tln< I.ium.-i. Inflamed
and poisoned hytbo mvagcR of HiIn
foil disease, nml prevents thi! nltrht
sweats nnd tightness aerons Mie chest
which accompany it. Price {.1.
OURE8    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
OUR ELKGAXT FRKPARATIONS.
Remember wo niiutiifacturo and are the
aole proprietors of the following special*
ties, and that thoy can he had from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR 8ALEBY
DRlfOCISTSi I'orri'spondence strictly con*
n-lentlal. ConsuItation upon all chronio
dlsea-te Invited. NO CHARQE except for
medicine**. All goods sent stoure from
obReryatliin. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, out.
HAIR  COLORING,
Our magnificent preparations nre warranted perfectly Imrmlcss. We prepare
the following colors—the finer shades
arise from the hair itself: Blxck, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, tight
Ohealnnt, Gold Rtomtc,  Ash or Rtonde
Sendree. Send sample of hair whennr-
erlng.  Price,-}-, per bottle.  Toronto Mo-
dlolno Co., Toronto, Ont,
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering ple-mi specify which yon
toqiiiro; we guarantee them to trlvo entire
Riiilsfae-tinii. No. ■*) imparts to tho Rkln
tbo color ami ffflslmeia of maidenhood,
harmless und eiimiot be delcetcd, tlSt.
No. 0 i-omoves wrinkles, fi tNo. It) re-
rooveo I,lvcr BpMHj Jlfflv No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms. 31.25. NO. 13 removee
Freckles, $1,2.1.   No, IS reittovea Pimples,
$1,25.  No. ii removes Tan, 11.20. No. 15
removes Motes, tl No. IB removes Pock*
murks, m. No. 17 removes undue Pcrspl*
ration, 61.25, No. l.s.nn absolute urifafling
epcclflo for the retention, development or
restoration of the Hulr, $1.11, Toronto
Medic!ue Co., Toronto, Ont.
THE BUST.
Na 19 Is a embiued Internal and e*-tor
nal Ireatnif-nt which speodlly ftcvclops
or restores the female bust to the pmpor*
Uoiih of voluptuous natuio, Is entirely
harmless and certain In results. Priceli.
Tnwmtto Mediolne Co.. Toronto, Ont.
t^mammmmwmmtmmmmm
Dres-jMatog Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHmtOH ST.,    NEW WESTMDISTEB,
Next to Trinity Church.'
Long Experience In the amine,  .
  dSOJlj-lm        ■
Dominion Lands.
Ti" YOU ARE PAYING POR YOUR
1 Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in 80KX3P and save a
large discount.
Berlpcnn be obtained'to large or email
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
oa VBOM ,  ,  '
THK BANK Of BRITISH COUIJJDU,
NEW WESTMINSTER
...    .     dwmhtte
To Saa FrawiscD, CaL,
BY WAY OR THE
Xtxxrm-m.i ■
THE MT. SHASTA flOUTf.
Quicker lu Time than ouy other
Rente between
Kew fntniniUr ui 5a& ilhanno.
dram] Scenic .Bonte of tbe Facile
Cout.
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPER8
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of Seeond-Claw Pss-
sengerti attached to Express Trains:
Fire from Portland lo Sacramento and
San Franolseoi Unlimited, (il* First
Class (Limited), »,.i Seeond Clati (Limited), «u,
IT. KOEHLER, Manager,
E. P. noGERS,
Asst, Qen. Freight 4 Pass, Agent.
i dJeMto	
W. R. AUSTI1T,
OEALEKIN
NKW WMTMISSMB, B. C.
Hay and Feed
wood & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
ear Ai we use no whisky or tobacco we
can, by temperate habits and careful era
nowy, serve (tie publld W, especially low
rates. dwjal2te
FIRE INSURANCE CQHP'T.
I OuiBaOinSl.MfllJpAHllllU,
WNDON.
iNSTITrTED 180ft.
FOB KSDWNO HOUSES * OTHEK
Bulldlngi, Ooodi, Wans, Merctun.
din, Manufacturing ud Farming Stock,
Ship! In Port, Harbor or Dock, aid tit.
ftrgoos of auch Vetselt; ilw, Shim building and repairing, Barges and other Ves.
■eli on navigable rlvon and ouili, and
Goodi on board moh Veueli, throughout
Great Britain tad lrslud and la Fortign
Couutrlot,
fROM 108B «B DAH161II NBIL
Subwrllwd and Inv«ted Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rate, of Premium ud ever* information un be obtained on application to
W. J. ARNBTllNra,
Agent for New Wantmlnaler.
MACHINERY
H
AVINO LATELY INCREASED OUU
_c_ oonneotion In the Kast and else-
where very considerably, we are In a position to give prices on any class of Ma*
chlnery thatmpy he required, intilndtng:
Marine and Stationary Engl lies mid Bolters, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Buss Planers, Wood Lathes, Hnnd
Saws, Blind Machinery, GniiKc
Lathes. Sbapin-t Maclilm-s,
Shingle Machines, Lath
Machines A Ilollcii*,
Two,Three and Four Block Clrcnim* Saw
Mills, Hand Saw Milln, Poilnhln Kn-
glncs ami Boilers, and  llnlsllng
Engines.  Also, John Bertram■
A Sous' an<l Tlie I-ondon
Tool CoM Iron Working
Maohluciy.
Brick Machines aud Crushers of either
the Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid ar Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Bolting, which we carry   lu
stock.
Stenm Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowlos make also on hand.
M'Avliy's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Points and
Oils, Axes and Ktlgo Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Stenm Fitters supplies, Ac.
Wc aro sole agenta In this province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co-y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER FlEONARD,
O.utble II.,   Opp. l,.WMAdverll..r.
VANCOUVER, B, 0,
dvrfwrte :
T HAVE JUST HKCEIVED A I.ARGE AND WELL AfiSORTBD BTOCK OF
■mAttmtmmtjm. t j y ^^^^^,«ft^^e-^BBa>sBss;asBB'.,aBBBkjaB,^^^BBBr
Which, I will sell CHEAP FOR CA8H. -I h.ve .urn made a I**g.aadltion to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, aYe. An infection of my
Stock will satisfy any to-day that I have the bett atsortment to be found In this
city.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended, to.    ]■■  ':     r-:i.ii:r.T
dwjelyl
,oxrmmmjkxr.
No. 81, COLntBM Srain.
T
Corner (Columbia and Begbie Streets.
1   '■■ ^'Ispamiq
IHE UNDERSIGNED, I1AVING ADDED STKAM AKBi'IRON-WORKING
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to doi-|,kfad!.f -
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Worit, Forging,
And every description of BLAI'KSMITIIINC, at price, cOMidtribly lower
thu before.   It Is our intention to have in the.course of a law week.*
BRASS & IRON FOVifJ
Running iu connection with onr Business, Wo have the LARQE3T,' STOCK anal
BEST TOOLS of anv Shop ol the kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, Mnecquently, we Con guarantee lltil-
faction in workmanship as well aa prices.; We'have obtained the services of .
Flrst-class Horse-Sliocr, anil tliat part cf our Buiinesi wiltrlave spedll
attention. ./.
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam o> Aari-artural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything ih libit line, will h.v.
our best attention. ,        ''
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable rite*,
A large stook of; Wagons, Expresses md Baggies, of the beitquility,
forsalo. illvrle  ■'        ■   I .;'-.  ■ ., tlolj
We alio keep in stock, to supply tbe trade,all kind, of IRON, STSfiL, CHAIN,
COAL. HORSE * OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPROJOra. AXLES.
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK,etc., it Vlotorkprioesj ,.,|i|
ar Estimates aud tenders given oh all kinds of Ironwork, .„ Call and Intpect
our Stock and'get dur Prices, and you will save money by It.   ijin
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WBftOxW4K,ln»klya,N.T.   I WnloSls)orlouisstkalka.
Tm Cnruua Coariirr, !7 Humy Street, N. T.
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BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Lil&Di!iSTl!fTAfiM.y.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A,  HOLLAND,
& \
LAND,    J
»»BCT0R^;
HEAD OFHCE, * 56 New Broad St. ■ LONDON, EffGLAND.
The Buiineu of ALLSOP It MASON his been merged in tbe akovi Compiny
ud will be carried in by th. Company from thla dit. ai a general Land Investment
ind Insurance Agenry.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rat*. Town Los ud Farming
Landi for Bile on eaiy terme,
Vletorla B. C, May Hth, I8S7. dwi!7t»
•mass ******
c. Mcdonough,
(LONCBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)       . ,,
BSJLXXR xn.
Constantly on Hand mi Eitennvc Stook of     (lloitip
llry Goods, Oriicorics,  Boots & Shoes, nats & Cnps,
Crockery, Olosswarc, Ac.     ttt  ..
Oreat Variety of Houtehold Articles.   Alto,
ttRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENlSRit JS**0KE8.
V. B.-Fnriu Produoe boUKhl ot market ratea or aold on ooramlHlwl. ajtuOrderi
from tbe Interior promptly attonded to, dw'esto
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THK SIMWORIBKRS ARE NOW PRS-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At Special Low Rates. \
Brayinp;ud kW Mil kiii;
Done at ShorteBt Notice,
nrylatralwestl delivered lo.miypnrtof
tho City. to
Orilers by Tc.lcr.liom. will rooelve prompt
attention.
•arstabloi nearly oppoalle C.P.RDe^
pot, Columbia St., NewWcutniliisler.
djmte      QILUV MKM. mors.
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WI$E,
Gbdl) URIVINf/4:-Bji>li<KH0RSE8
for Hire. Hflck. CHilaTnn'Bte.mc|.a
•nil Triips. Special .ttenttmaliven lo
Boarding Horses.  .      . ..j,....
COAL AND
Coiistnnlly on Hind. ''
,. .... ........ . .
OMe»miiytel^!s|iUi.«aasjH|r Hi-
tlier.4iNlljIasa,*;
Front street,
MM •s. ■Ji-Cl'  *.|»s.is>i»)««*»i,^.
■"■
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY
Debtinettei, *o...    Bon Matche
BMlEiUtl.Slll T.J.Trapp
Roomi to 1st   Thii Office
Iitnd Registry R. W. Armstrong
g ails ftiiish dtolnmbian
- tiMai imm, left. M, INS.
MAIUUBD.
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.l*y.
Fr-th Eastern Oyitsn by the o*n it
R. J. Artpstrong's ■ die26to
Imh Eastern and Native Oyiten,
•mi in .very atjle, .t thi Club. *
Th. catch of ulmon last night aver
iged ibout 26 to a boat. They were
principally cohoM. -
; On our woond pige will be found a
new idv.rtiimint from th. Bon Mir-
cb. eitabliihuieut,
Firtt class Board and comfortable
Boomiit Min Yeo'i, Oolumbia it.,
oppotite Oitholic ohurch *
i Tab. attsmer Adelaide left at 8
o'clock thil morning for Weathim
blind to bring up a load of produce.
Juit received, tha lateit fall atylei
ia Ladiei' and Children'! Dolmans,
Mantles and Jickcti, it Jamei Ellard
& Co.'i. die20tc
T. J. Tripp will hold mother tale
to-morrow night of dry goodi, gent'i
furniihingi, etc., at Austiu's itore,
Front itreet.
Boyi and othen who indulge in tear-
lag down and'defacing potten around
town will do well to remember. that
then il a penalty attached to that lort
cJtning. "•-■.'      .'■     .   .
When tymptomi of malaria appear, in
tay. .feres, take Ayer'i Ague Cure. It
wtUrsevut. development ol thegermt
of dWat. tnjl tjidicate them from the
|| warranted in every
'" Ah Sing, a Chiiiiman, wu up in th.
BSUee Court thia morning charged with
falisMit tasmlt on in Indian woman
HBll'*n-'- On ipnlioitton of Hr.
Lasny, eouniel for the defence, the
ou. waa remanded until to-morrow.
When the intern ii debilitated by dit-
lalsj it ihould 'be itrengthened and re-
u.sad with Ayer", Sanapuilla. ThU
nvtskin. luvirlably provei lUelf worthy
art dl thit can be uid in lta favor.
Bold by druggists and dealers iu medl-
clew.   Price »1.   Six bottle,, to.
The it*am.r Rithet irrived from
Victoria jet tmd.y afternoon with 33
pemngera, 92 toni'of general mer
cluuWi*. and 886 ones of canned ml-
nun, ■■■ She lift again at 7 o'clock thii
itJui*niigfor!Vict6ria with about 20
ptMengeri'Stid. a quantity of freight,
-*Mft^t**5*fc ft"0* arrived down
({^XSim^k .Wily .Iter 7
o'ciiSek lut.. evening-iih about 100
piHongen, returning from the exhibition, and a quantity of farm produce.
She cleared igiin at 7 o'clock thii
morning for up-river points with 30
pauenger, and about 26 ton, freight.
The old itsge road that leadi irom
thu eity to Hitting*, Burrard Inlet,
hu lately been pat in repiir by the
government. It ii uid to be now in
tplendid condition, Hr. Sprott, the
iuipector, hu itarted a party of men
thii week to work on the Pitt river
road uid expeot, to have it in good
condition before the commencement of
th. rainy tauon.
Far leveral dayi the people of Be-
home Md Whatcom hiv. been .nxinui-
ly watching for the good ihip Ger-
mania, loaded with railroad iron and
looomotivet for theB.B. &B.C.R.R.
they were jubilint when It irrived
Monday evening and anchored nfo at
. tt. 8-nofne wharf. We suppose the
sound of the locomotive will mon be
nurd on j tha ihorei of Bellingham
Bay.-nKdini Journal.
iU*
■wttm
et . Ptnnr.
Tuetdiy evening, at Victoria, Alex,
Allan, for miny yesri cashier at Welch,
Rith»t tt Co.'i, brnthed hit lut it the
horn at Buff, Sootland, in
_t. AlUn was an old pioneer,
Wtiagbasn -tgaiisd in gold mining
tot sorae yein it Cariboo, and .ubie-
qtnatly publiihed th. Sentinel news
psper at Berkerville.
*  Cf-      U—i ,   e aa  e—	
Caaess'i inaatntee Weekly.
Ia. Dominion IUusttattd it igiin to
■tad. replete with choice reading md
ttlaatratloni. Among th. latter we
sotio. . well-executed engraving rep.
Hunting "0" bittery on parade, at
Victoria, on th. .,. of departure for
Ih. Ske.ni. Thus ptpen cin be got
, kou life pubtllhen, 0. E. Deabinti
j <t Son, Montreil ind Toronto,
.    '       . . .	
tk. Wiuululw Mlfeera.
• "'tb. jrbrk ol locating the line it
M*rif eomnlitod. Hr. Qoveresu,
T'K,, and party commenced erou*
Motioning to-day, and "ground will
fcs broken" in thi eouruof. few diyi.
Mr. Sill; th. ohjif engineer of the
Mad.'lUtu that the work of grading
will b. puihed'npidly forward in order
tohar. Mooapljled if pouible from
Baswtarrille lo a point beyond. the
**asnssM .nd Serpentin. riven before
the taMnmincimentof thi rainy leiiou.
vritmt dwinge the whole tyitem.
"!■—V-'Wavhn Exterminitor
rtant^ivu rut to the
ly-five cent!
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Dr. D. MoLean came over from Surrey thii afternoon and gave the following information reipeoting tbe email-,
pox epidemic: He left Mn. Walworth's placo at 9 o'clock last niglit;
there were then ten cases of the disease
in her house; thii ii all the casea so far
known. The people of Blaine have
shut off all communication with thorn,
and they are without any provisions or
medicine, and no usiitanee whatever
except what can he rendered by two
women belonging to the house.
■leaussMt Whlalll.il!.
The iteamen took their dormrtuie
thii morning without the usual announcement by whittle! that precedes
the clearing. Hr. Briggs, agent of
the O.P.N.Co., inform! ui that thii
wu in compliance with a requett mide
by some of the .city physicians through
comideration for their patient!. Tbit
deference on the part of the C. P. N.
Co. il to be commended. Let the citizen! do their part, and hare the praotice of refraining from whittling, in the
early morning especially, made, uni
venal. £ ,.U .
 .  e, ♦	
A Weillby L.mber Company.
The last number of thej.Citiutda Oa-
■Me gives notico that i charter hat
been applied for by lending lumbermen
of thii province and Britiih Columbia
for an extensive lumbering organization under the name of the Rost-Mao-
Laren Lumber Compauy (limited),
with a capital of $600,000. It ii said
that the operations of the company
will be on the Fraser river, whore it
controls very exicmive and valuable
timber limits. The names of the provisional director! are: Hon, Jamei
O. Rots, of Quebec; Jamei MaoLaron,
Ottawa, and Leonird G. Little, Montreal.— Toronto Empire.    ■
tttt Ball Malckei
A foot ball matoh between tlie "Coi-
onists " and the " Old Country" team
will take place on the cricket ground!
to-morrow, commencing at 3 p. m„ in
whioh the following memben .take
part: ]}
Obiowsis:—Back—Dockrill; " back
—White, Woods and Wilson; J back
McMartin and Turner; forwards-
Smith, Mowat, Corbett, Cunningham,
Ciute, Draper, Hall, Black and Port.
Om Cousiiiv;—Buck — Hartman ;
} baok— Coulthard and Lister; J back
—Parkeiand Green; forward!—Hamber; Pickles, Boll, Pittendreigh, Jones,
Whiteside, Woodward, Aikmnn, Shad-
well and Winters. The gamer will fee
conducted according to Rugby union
ruiei. _'
'   larrey ..d Sell. Shows.
The Surrey agricultural exhibition
took place to-day. A repriientative
of Tax CoiriiBUK went over thii
morning, but, owing to there being no
telegraphic facilities in the neighborhood of the show ground!, we are un.
able to publish tho report to-day. It
will appeir to-morrow.
The Delta agricultural show takes
place on Tuoaday neit. For the accomodation of vititon from thii oity,
the iteamer Adelaide leavei here it 8
o'clock on Tuesday morning, returning
in the evening, fare lor the round trip
being 76 cents. If the preient
weather continues many will doubtlesi
avail themselves of this opportunity to
visit the Delta show grounds.   A  re-
Eresentative of this paper wiil be on
and.
     .,;•;
A Valuable Publication.     .
. The West Shore, publiihed at Port
land, Oregon, at the extremely reason,
able price of 82.50 a year, devotei its
attention mainly to engravings and
carefully prepared description! of the
industries, retourdei, - picturesque
icenery, oitiei snd towns of that great
portion of our continent embraced
within the limit! of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, B.C. and Aluka.
Each number, ii i mine of information.
The engravings are of the higheit form
of lithographic irt. A large art iup-
ptement, in colon or tinti, accompaniei
each number, making a collection of
large engraving! of th. grand icenery
of the weit unobtainable in any other
way. A special offer is made to thoae
who subscribe now for 1889. To all
•uoh the September, October, November and Decembor numbers of 1888
will be sent freo. Sample copiei lent
upon reoeipt of 26 centi. Address L.
Samuel, Publisher of the West Shore,
Portland, Oregon.
New Weatinluler I'r.tl.
It hu long been known that New
Weitmimter .nd the immediate country around it ia well euited for rail
ing superior fruit. But not ontil
direct connection wu mad. by the
0. P. R. with the reat of the world hai
that town had muoh chance of finding
an outlet for ite production!. In going the rounds of the exhibition building to-day our attention wu attracted
by a tplendid diiplay of fruit! the
growth of New Weitmimter. They
comprise lint md lecond crop of Bart-
lett pean, Ruttett poari ind a line
sample of late penerving pean. In
plums, thero are green  gagei, blue
Slum,, small red plums and prunes.
>f grapes there is only one variety,
"The Princess," grape growing being a new industry in that section.
Of applet there it a One thow, comprising Hoxbury, Ruiiett, Golden Ruitett,
Graveniteini, Baldwins, Bcllcflower,
Northern Spy and several other varieties. There ii also iweet corn from
Chilliwhack on the Fruer river. In
•ddition to tbe fruit we noticed a
beautiful blanket from Ihe new woollen factory it Weitmimter city. The
place of production nf thue fruits cm
be vouched for aa they were collected
from the garden! in tho oity by Hr. R.
F. Drummond cf her majesty's mail
aervico, who ii a resident of New Wettminiter. The Herald can alto tub-
atantiate Hr. Drunimond's statement,
one of their reporters having juit returned from the above mentioiiod city.
where he saw similar fruit growing ;in
many gardens.—C'n/i/ar!, Herald,    is.i
FAIR.
Halt, .a 4k. lasta**af, PneaxHI.**..-'
The Formil   OpeaUf.—A Sr.n«
Far.de lad iueeexlul elite.
The fair was formally opened at 11
o'clock on Thursday morning by Hr.
Donild Ohilholin, M.P., in the presence of a large auemblago of people.
Mr. Ghisholm made a ipeoch suitable
to the occasion und complirnentod both
the society md the fnrmen on the
success of the exhibition. Mi*. W. H.
Ladnor, M.P.P., also assisted at the
opening and made n very happy
speech.
The fint race between Mr. Black'e
and Mr. Gibson'i horses having beop
declared "No Race" owing to a false
■tart, the judges ordered it tn be run
over igiin, which wai done, Mr.
Black's horse winning thii timo. Mr.
Gibson's jockey was thrown Irom hii
hone near the winning poet and it ii
thought the reiult would have been
different had thii miihap not occurred.
Some dissatisfaction was expressed
at the decision of the judges on peas.
The judging was done by lamplight
and the dim light wu the cattle of a
serioui error. Hr. J. Reeoe wu
awarded the Gnt prize for white peal
and Hr. H. Kipp second. An elimination of the peai by daylight clearly
proved that Hr. Kipp's exhibit wu by
far the but, being white and fully matured, while the other exhibit was not
so good in color and had not fully
ripened. The judges icknowledged
their error, but it was impossible to
reverie tho decision, according to the
rulei of the loelety. Mr. Kipp il thill
really entitled to fint prize although
he wai awarded second.
Shortly alter 1 o'clock a general
parade of all the, itock wai ordered,
and the driven of vehicles were .lio
invited to take part in the proceuion
round the track. A number of young
lady ind gentlemen ridonalio joined
the procession, and for half an hour a
very animated scene wu presented to
the interested onlooker!. Thil wu
tho cloaing feature of the exhibition
and shortly after 4 o'olook everyone
wai packing up and turning home-
wirdt. The Irving left the landing
ihortly after 2 o'clock, carrying away
the Weitminster contingent, all of
whom were loud in their praiiei of
Ohilliwhiok arid the hoipitable people.
The ball at Henderaon'a Hall on
Wednesday night waa not a succest iu
point of attendance, but the tupper
wu excellent in every particular. The
music, furnished by the Westminster
string band, was. the belt overheard
In Chilliwhack and. many deserving
compliment! were awarded it.
The exhibition passed off without
any accident or unpleasant occurrence
to mar the general plcuure. In .
dhre measure thii wu duo tu the pre-
TOiffl'tNd'r'aM'oY tBo'bflioialaof the
lociety whose management ii to be
highly commended,	
Dellelem (jrapea.
We beg to acknowledge the receipt
of a basket of home-raised grapes
from Mn. Trow, of thii eity.
The crapes, whioh were perfectly . ripe' mid temptingly luscious,
are of tho Isabella variety, and were
grown and ripened iu the open air in
Mrs. Trow'a garden, on Mary street.
■	
Bad Drow.l.l Aecldeat.
A Port Towmend special sayi: New!
hu beon received detailing the drowning of the two-year-old ion of Capt.
William Smith of the British bark Pik
Wan, and the heroic effort of the father to reicuejthwboy, M the vessel wu
(i!ras*n8f','Diith 'Flattery 'on Saturday
ifternoon at one o'olook in tow of the
tug Goliah. The veuel wu towing
along at the rate of ten or twelve milu
an hour, and the little fellow wai play*
ing on Ihe liter-deck, Inning over,
and u the veuel iheered with the
heavy iwelli whioh were'rolling in
from the weit wird, the boy lost hu
bilmee and toppled overboard. Capt.
Smith heard the boy cry and law him
itrike the water, and Immediately
jumped in after him. After madly
■wimming around in a fruitless endeavor tn find hit eon, Capt. Smith became exhausted and barely reached a
lite buoy that a sailor Imd thrown
overboard. Half au hour afterwards
or as.soon w the tug could be signalled
to itop, a boat came buck and picked
tho captain up. Hii wife md two
children, both mm, aged two .nd four
years respectively, accompanied him
on hit voyige to Paget Sound.—Times.
Mr. C. E. ltiggim, Beanuville, writes:
"A customer who tried a bottle of' Nor.
thtop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
says it is the best thing he ever used: to
quote hit own words, 'It just seemed to
touch the spot affected.' About a year
ago he had an attack of biliout'fever, and
wu afraid he wai in for another, wnen I
recommended tliis valuable medicine with
such happy remits."
Personal.
Jas. Orr, M. P. P., returned to
Vancouver this afternoon.
Jamei MoNamara and bride camo
up on the Rithet yeiterdiy afternoon.
Wm. Tietjen went down on the
Rithet tbii morning to Viotoria.
Capt. Bole, H. P. P., left by the
noon train for Vancouver, en route fur
Victoria.
Hon. John Robinn, provincial tec.
rotary, arrived from Vanoouver hy tho
8 o'olock train laat evening.
Hr. J. Hendry, manager R. 0. P.
Mills, iccompanied by Mn. Hendry,
left by the Atlantic expreu to-day for
Calgary.
Mr. end Hu.' Iledon, of the Driard
Hotel, Victoria, came up on the Rithet
yeiterday and are regiitered it the
Colonial.
Rev Dr. Sutherland, of Toronto,
general ucretiry of the Hethodiit
ohurch, accompanied by Mn. Sutherland and Rev. Dr. Young, of Brant-
ford, formerly Mint, of Methodiit million! in the Northweit Territories,
drove over from Vanoouvor yeiterdiy
and after ipending in hour in tho oity
took the train for the eut.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
It the Colomiiian office. Prioet will be
found as low u at anv other office In
the »M*J«0A1-n4fe..mWl^
ChiWw (tyfor. PitciWlsGasttjrla Miw(#.or Wtcbef'sCtsio-ia
ij0itiTrami*Jttii*jui..,l.,,,,
I   I StXSSB3»
i Barkrrvllle Letter.
Editor Colcmbusi—We Cirlbooltet
were favored with a visit lost week Irian
tin Rev. Jamei A. Woodi, a' Methodist
minister. He spent two Sundays in Bar-
kervllle and held divine service twice
each Sabbath, to very large and attentive congregations. His visit was much
appreciated hy the whole community,
which was shown by the liberal collection, taken at each service, j Rev. Mr.
Woodi certainly did .more in Cariboo, lu
the Barkerrille Methodist church, than,
any other minister' before him. "After
the evening service last Sanday he ad*
ministered the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper, and 6 persons were added to tbe
church who never had eommuned before
in Cariboo—4 women and 2 men, one of
the womcu being a young lady of 14
years, and ono ol tbe men 74 years old.
We win very sorry whin be wu compelled to leave m. If he could hive
stayed longer in Cariboo uo doubt there
would have been quite a revival in the
Methodist church. There wu quite an
attendance each Sanday from the English church.   Youn, so.,
W. 1). Moses.
. BAHXKBVII.LE, Sept. 21,1688.
—,        —.  m .   '   '	
M. A. St. Mara, St. Boniface,- Manitoba, writen Dr. Thomas' Electric OU it •
publle benefit. It hai done wonderi here,
and hi! cured myielf. of. a bod oold In
one day. Can be relied npon to remove
pain, heal sores of varioui kinds, md
benefit any Inflamed portion of the body
to which it il applied.
Lai« Canadian News.
Ottawa. Sept. 23.— CotnidonUli
hone smuggling ii going on between
Montana and. Alberta. The cullector
at Fort HoLeod hii tolled four horiot
brought into tho country by a North"
weiter without entering them at 'the
customs.
Toronto, Sept. 26.—The mother
ind sister of the fint victim of the
■mall-pox here have been taken down
from their home and removed tu the
hospital. Thit makes four oaien there
now; Five free vaccination stations
hive been opened, xt
Stiuthboy, Out, Sept. 23.—A
dastardly murder wu discovered on
the second line ot Adelaide, about
four miles from here, on Saturday.
Jonathan Robinson, an old bachelor
Englishman, 73 yean old, wai found
lying on the floor of his house, where
he iired alone, with hii throat cut
from ear to ear, hit skull fractured
and both hit armi broken. He had
not been leen alive since the 18th inst.,
but no notice wu taken of this at the
neighbon thought he had ! gone to
Michigan on that date. An inquest
was begun thu morning. Robinson
lived in Adelaide thirty-live yean.
After the poit mortem otlhrh-inrton 11*
wat buried here thii afternoon:
St. Laduent, Man., Sept. SB.rv/V
publio meeting held here lut' night
condemned the Manitoba government
for the coune taken relative to the.
Hudton'i Bay Railroad.
Montreal, Sept. 26.—Mr. Hague,
Eresident of the Merchant's Bank, who
u just returned from the Northwest,
expreises the opinion that half the
crop will be harvcited in good condition.
Ottawa, Sept. 26.—The report ii
confirmed that the Dominion government refute further aid to the Hudson'! Bay Railroad enterprise. They
never have taken much itock in it and
the lotion of the Manitoba government
gives them a good excuse for their lotion.
WlNriiFKo, Sept. 26.—The buriil of
Fulljtmei, the light weight prize fighter, killed at Grand Forke, will take
place in Winnipeg, where hii wife Ind
children reiido. Thi 'ptMW"W''fal>
have been unable to locate the man
whom he fought with.'
They Never Fail.—Mr. S. M. Bough-
ner, Langton, writes: "For ibout two
years I wu troubled with Inward Piles,
but by using Pirmelee'i Pllli, I was completely cured, and although four yean
have elapsed tinco then they havs not;
returned.' Parmelee'l Pill, ire anti-
billoui uid a specific for the oure of Liver
■nd Kidney Complaints, Dyspepsia, Cos-
tiveness, Headache, Piles, etc., and will
regulate .the secretions 'and remove all
bilious matter.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1 j Castoria
Wholesale Dliy Market
r 109 lbs....
Reef,     l
Pork
Mutton
Potatoes	
Cabbage    "
Onlonl       " L
Wheat        "         <	
Oats "  ,....
Peas "  ;„.w.
Hay,       per ton  ..............
Butter (roll!) peril. ..........
Cheese, "	
Emm,      perdoi .........
Cord wood (retail) per cord.,..
....,5 60 9 0 60
.... looS oal
     I (WI   : t 00
....     60S 75
....     60S) 100
...   1009 150
....  160. 0 00
,._  l»5i ISO
ItOl 300
H 00915 00
OKi   085
Apples, per box...
Hl.leslKr'll) per 1'
"   tdry)      '
Wool, por Ib	
0141   015
0 8.19    40
1000 400
80
,ooe 6 00
6 009 Oft)
08    10
C. A. Livingatone, l'lattiville, Ont,,
layit I have muoh pleasure in: reeoin-
mending Dr. Thomu Electric Oil, from
having uted myself, and having sold it
for some time, In my own case I will
aay for It that it li tbe beat preparation
I have ever tried for rheumatum.
Meieerolofleal Bepert far Week ■auM.g
Sepl. Hid. MM.
Sunday	
Monday....
Tuesday...
 18.0
A P>tn,B,Cipt'n,
rSBst-aae
„/■ - O.- T."-*-a.RW3TJLAR MEETING
.<),,, .very Wednesday afternoon at a
o'clock iftThe W, C.T.-U.H*Miiu**t*M
lover Cnnnlngh.m A Raltt'i Shop)) Doug-
lu St. Loyal Leimn in the time place
every Friday afternoon.    .      ditulte
h1V*lf^«~»W.. «
....»**•.^.ivii^at-,. -.e..*^*.,..
Whu Bt»y wu Htk, w. sn ttt Cartas,
Whu im ma . ctat, the triad for Cutiraa,
When th. baeaa. Ids, ihi cliu| lo Caatsk,
WkUaaivtMCklldm.ah.g.nUiasCaSats
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
. (Lat» pr XttaMtpy , ,    ..
Corner of Church and mwUkBlrteU,
erSaHtfaetton guinntewla   atwiwto
t>AFTM* cntntCH, Ague. Street,
IJ EUt of Mary Street. Lord'! Day
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. sabbath
Bohool andBlbl. Class at 2:80 p, m. All
.eats free; stranger, cordially welcomed.
-Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor,    •<  '
Tl f EfHODIST CHURCH, Oddfellows'
M New Hall. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
Service! at 11 a, m, and 7 p, m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:30 p.m. Preyer
Meeting on Thursday, at f.*0p.m, Seat,
free; itrangen oordlally Invited.
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
l Opposite orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
addon, Pastor, services every Sunday
at II n. m: and 7 p. mi Thuiiday evwlmti
at7:80 o'clock. Seata free;'ntl are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. in.
CrlloM LOIKIB Ko. V, A. F.
* A. II.---The regular. Cora-'
munloatlons of Uils Lottie are
.   .    . held ou tb. araj. Monday In eaeh
month. So)onrnlagbr,w,e»«i»<>on""'-
PETER OKA NT,
fe33-te Secretary.
_    '" "    " .   J.iie'    r.'
BOOMS TO IiET,
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS ABOUT 10
minutes'walk from the Post Office,
in. good locality. Applyat. _.„
dteiUtS,. '. ,        ; i, rflfitt OFFICE.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Part (90 Acres) of Lot No. 460, Groop
IL, In tbe District of New Weatmin.
i'tt-J.,1-.! (7.       ,13**.       |   .},-,::..
WHEREAS, THE,.CERTIFICATE OF
Title o[ Isaac Sinclair Johnston to
the above lands has been lost oi destroyed, nnd application has been made for a
duplicate thereof;
lSotlee Is. therefore hereby given that ft
«sh   Certlncflte   will   lie    Issued   In
Hell of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause be shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof, n r>
R. W. AJMStRONO,, j   „
u '.   -• '..•*    .fleput»BegilW^rl,'
Lnnd BcglslryOmce, --    - *
Now West;, 28th Sept,, 1888,     daeajplj
<3-*R*EjSlT
..Mill1'
1 HAVE RECEIVED INT8RU0TI0N8
1 to sell by Publio Auction atthe Colon,
liil Hotel,on ■;
Saturday, October 1.1th,
! AT 8 O'CLOCK,' P.M.
THAT VALUABLE HOUSE AND JAT
on Agnea street welt, and known' aa
Lot 9, Block XXXIII, New 'VesUtilnsler
City. This Is a full size lot with good six-
room House, .tabling for four horses, nn
excellent garden of bearing Fruit Trees,
and a never falling supply of pure spring
water. Terms, ,1200 cash, balance at 8 perl
cent.
ITIHE 8. W. OCARTER OF SECTION 80,
A Group 2,iM;nilln from New West!
tfilnstcr, wltliirifitfti mile frontage on the
Scott Road lending to Ladners Landing,
T*BaWUHtexee11ent chance to secure a
good ranch within easy reach of the city.
The growth Is principally light alder, and
the toll Is or excellent Quality. Terms,»
per cent, euin, ualanoo ut 8 per cent
THAT VERT ELIGIBLE LOT ON AGi
nes Btreet, next the residence of Mr.
Phillips, and. known M Lot 30, Victoria
A'
GftrdMfe;. ttie ihe of the lot In 88 x 182 feet.
This Is oonof the beat undated lots on thla
Btreet, and should meet with ready Mala
ANNA0I3 ISLAND.
L80 TrfAT VEhV DESIRABr.E PRO
• perty known as "Annaola Island."
ThlslHland In sltuute about three-quarters
of a mtlo below How Westminster City on
tlio Fraeer River. It. contains 905 acres, a
great imrt of whleli Is prairie with a heavy
growth of timber around the outer edge of
the Inland, forming an excellent shelter
and making It eminently adapted for a
st-toktanch. Home of the land has been
eultlvated, and It Is upon thii Island that
tbe beet sugar Industry was established,
Tbls property wltl be found 'worthy the
attention of capitalists, ns in the hands of
competent partus this ls)»iid could be
conveniently out up Into small farms of
say n acres eaeh, and would bring In a
handsome return forthe Investment. And'
parties locating here would be within
easy reaeh of the city, and hivo the advantages of a ueady and constant market
ftlWmb^eoWd pitfducft.rTTT ;* .
,WBaO»BBVBRAL CHOICE LOTS 90 x
A 13ZtHXotM, Block XIII, New West*
mlnitor suburtw; and In Lot 9, Block X,
New "Westminster suburbs, facing on the
Douglas Road; - Terms, one-third cask,
balance lu three and six months, at 8 ptr
cent Interest. ■
. ,   T.J.TRAPP, m9t
. seastd      .        J A Auctioneer.
FOR SALE.
ONE PAIR WELL-BROKEN OXEN,
aged four and aeven yean respectively.  For partlculan addreaa
J. A. OATHERWOOI),
!5te4t -       Matsqui P.O.
TENPERSi WANTED
FOR REMOVING THE TWO BUILD-
Ings on Columbia aud Front Street*
owned by the undersigned, from Lot 7,
Block fi, to Lot l,BlookO.     .v    .
Plans and -jpeolflcatloni can'bo seen at
my offlce. Tenders to bo In by noon on
TUESDAY, the 2nd October. Tho lowest
,9,d.B;.|nder.ho^y*g^iMe^
Just Arrived
FROM THE EAST,
Previous to the Advance in
Freights.
TRUNKS
IN ALL SIZES.
Black and Orange
Gladstone Bags.
CLUB BAGS * SATCHELS.
Rug & Shawl Straps.
—*=*& *t«r th '-Ww? .*=-*-*•::
JUS$ RECEIVED
-AT-
JflS. ELLARD & CO.'S
dwseTto
eta1
-:.c-:-Pi... .   . -
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
HQ: ••■-;.   j ^fei«eler & Optician;   :
'   pPPOSI-ri THE BANK OF- MONTREAt
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PUTED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTEWI PEKSSi
A fori lln, of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses b Iteel, rubber, tilver ud gol I
iram,i.   The Unett Pebblw made, |4 per nalrj all lightl inited.  . i  .   luitl
.' Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS.   Having leirneil tli.
boaineu thoroughly Irom sonio of tbe ncett Horologen in England, ud ttnoe then
muiged the avatch-repairitig department! of a few of the beet firnu on the continent of America, li a sufficient guarantee oi good workminthip. Formerly manager lor neirly 8 yean ef the well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, Montreal.
Charge* Moderate,
Montheai, Dee., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Etq., Chairniin.ol.
Montiea) Harbor Commuslonen, lavs; "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well fornie u you did when in Montreal, and I i-.msoriy you are not here to-day."   9
.  _   , dwapletc
AM. HERRING,
'• ' •        Wholesale & ret ail ^    ■ ■. '
SUNDAY HOUR8.-MoBmNa, from 8:30 to 11 o'olook.   ;: '"'
Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'olook. ,      '',   ,
i. ■ EvBNlKa, 6 to fJ o'clock.
ir PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any Ume durl
the night by a competent chemlat, who sleep, on the premise!.   Ring the night
bell.:,
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Columbia St., New Westminster.
dwooete
•pp. Telegraph Office.
DeS. CURTIS * CO.]
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN     .
Telephonic CommuriratiMMltlj«*i^^
iany time and we will ring your Doctor'trp for you.
Call en
m any
, • ot. _.
Aitimoom, 1
Open Sunday! for th. sale of Medicine onlyi—Mobnino', 9 to 10.30 o'olockr
imoom,1 to 3; EviNHo, 8 to 0. t'l
MEDXOAL BLA^L,.
New Wwlmluler, n. C Heat C.I..UI n.lel,
OUT THIS OUT AltD PASTE IT UP. . ''    dvriuUte
fiENTRAL   QROOERYI
'' Holbrook Block, Columbia Street.
QINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE, ABOVE: BUILDING AND WANTS
P ti Me ill hii old ouitomers and lot! of new onei, is he will nil them GRO-
CERIEB, CROCKERY, .etc., cheaper thin ever. All our Goodi in ant-clits
and an being Hid aa low ai Inferior gndei.   W.itrlvinot to matoh, but to excel.
,.:! | Juit to hud—ear of FLOUR, FEED, eto., of the following brudsi
salem-Patent Boiler (Americu); Hnngarian, strong Bakers (Ogil-
. vie'i)j Premier, Colnmbla Roller (Spinumoiieen)i - '•""
And if you hav, not und the Britiih Colambla Flour do »it onoe ud be c.
vlnotd that It will make first-clam bread ud paltry. , ,j ij   dwmSite
\j&E ARE NCiW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST/DEL1V-
Wtb ifleir'oY' lNtew Goods for the coming'Seas6p.' Amongst
♦Berti will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEW-
EST DESIGNS in.;^.
Black* 'Colored & Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shinies In Ponvee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
i     Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and QuUts. Down Quilts. ?       i
Waterproofs A Ulsters.  Gentlemen's Furnishings. Clothing, Hats, Ties, &c.   '.
W. tt O. WOLFENDEN,
dWMlttO
ooitTMBLa. aTnanrr.
J E PHILLIPS OOMMERCIAI- PRINTINQ.
/itaiinira iktttnrMmtt '   -rn» CtoLIMBIA* PWrlilNQ EiTAllLIi!HlM9.T has fint-cll»l laflilitie, for
CsaOTBIBB * IIATTBK, gU y^ rf fj,,,,,^^,,! printi„g.j gill HlirnV Uttlf H»til, ClfCUl**!,
Cc.Li|ii*A-Bi'.l Orr, TH.SOHAFH Oinci, Ctrdl, btmttftt, Hsrik Formi 'A every §*#-#» m^mXjfemn,
tMtfsmr a. *'. Pries LWs, *T Prices will b, found n l0w^^y*ot2r,KS«tr»
vliw -ftlll.alM. <t\«.
-dwieJTt*
l.firitmlii. work is don*.

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