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VOLUME 6
lJ-feW WlW__WS_m. B. 0.; SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1888.
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\7  W«Is»sV'. |    '.,'.;':;•   .'.".
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Boom 1.,       . •        -        Colonial Hotel.
OrrtoB Hotnui-io to i, ' cUMte
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te. C. BROW**,
DENTIST.
Bootes—B. A C, over Hank ol Brltlsb Co-
■ lumbla. I
Hours—9n. m. toSJOp. m.     dwJly27to
f*e>KB«iriJ> at Mecau.   ..
BAJUU8TERS,
• SUUCITORB. ETC.
. OmoaM. ________ Bntmitn., M«#**aaajciln,
Vt_ ta
rn   O. TOWII.II,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, «0.    ,
...'■    Of tn.Provlno«ol Manitoba.
Jaaarmomm Block,
OaelTte        .:  SOW WMtminiter, B. 0..
iti   O. AIPKIIMI.
BARRISTER, fWUClTOR, «0.
Officios—Masonic Building,
alwfeioto Now Weitminster, B. 0.
—i^i ra ....       ■"'■ * 1——B	
ITR".. WOSMIAB BOS.E, tVC, ,   ■
BARRISTBR-AT-IaAW.
[And Acent '  ■ Money tolaoan.
Oolnmblcv St.,       II   '
Mttas    .  . New Westminster, B. 0.
OLOW  * VAOLVRI,
ARCHITECTS.
Omen—Room B,
Orsr Bank of B. 0.,
danSlto Columbia Street.
G.
W   OBMPF.
fsj-iull   h   **»\r
ABOfllTECtt    „.!  ■ ,
Offic*:—Corner Mary and 01.rk.on SU.
dwfessto
mr_._.t.A.H_*A\nm'* ■ahiom,
'  ABOHnrEOTS.
lanes Bloatk,.        -    ''   ' ■ HutlnfsBI.
vmm^stt,^,,, .....
T-jrss.c.lA**j B. kir«,
ARCHITECT,
BUIUM-CaTQ * LAND SURVEYOR,
■ SANITARY BNeiNBER.
OFFiene—JIow Ma.onlo Block,
'   dwapUto Westmlnlter.
ALBERT J. HILL,,
■     M. CAS. BOO. C. E.
CIVIL, ENGINEER,
I,ANDSnRVKriiR»nd
' DRAUGHTSMAN.
Offiob—N«w If uonlo Blook,
■ dmnttuto ' Xtm.Wtttxttattet.,
w.
St mntA-w—m. km.,.
GENERAL
HARDWARE.
ist, U» beil mikes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
ig, .nd1 all the necoteiiry f tenslls for Farming!
•    Kope & Chain in.llili.ii fjtrfi.
-er for Building) Paints i Oils
#lw
jPuUeyjMoclssijBaU* Blocl
Tar & Oalcumi nircd ind Plsln
to aU color.: LlguM Paints iii nil ,Iim1c,i Floor Paints ready to ute; Grind
Stoneil, Wair*fne> In «U designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purpotes;
Lubricating 9__H traps of all descriptions, and • general assortment of
Agricultural I«pl*ments,
.ISS^'aalMNii^wn'^o'^™^-''*!!. ' \\C
dwjlysto,.
•";-*5?« T.
TEAIfP <5S CO.,
', -,        Columbia SiaaiT, N.w WantuNsna.
ACCOUNTANTS, BTOOKBROKEHS,
BBAIa ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
Bank Building., Mary St., N.w Westmln
■Mr, a o.
14 Clare Road, Halifax; England,
dwmrlTw   ...
m   *   —WLAtPf,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
CoIaUa*bl»Stree4...„ N.w Weutttl».t*r
AU oosatnlMlOa. will lawlr. {tempt
* and otti.fnlatt.aUon.    Beit reference!
(Iran whut required. ,  inhlPMe
elb
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RAND BROS.
Bit. BIT1TI BROKER*,
t        °t}mm_rn\mnmnmi O.U,,Ui« I
jA^ilSU-vM-iiAfS"'
oan. at VICTORIA: Fort street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: comer
MoKsn.lc and Clarkion St..
VANOqWVER, Cordova Street
I BUlt,DING toTS for nl. In .11 lectloni
'     of VaswouT.raadNew WotmlnMer Oily.
FARM LANDS of luperlor nu.1117 for
.•1*   at   Chllllwli.ok, >ort Hammond,
tsttumlty, Matsqui, Sumaa, Mnd Bay.Lad-
a.l*. lindlnf, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt RlTer.
Map. and Plan, exhibited and the lull-
oat Information furnuhadatall ouroffloe.,
WILLIAMS    BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
rtA>srsiBPABKD.SIIBUISlllDK
i large or Siaall Sum. of Money Advanced
<A Good  Becuritiea, at ReMonablo
Rats, of Intereit.
ma. Ikr sale •■ Praier U.er. .ban
at.«V below Mew Weltal.ster.
WILLIAMS BROS, nro In wnitant'Om-
aanaloatlon wltb Intending lottlera from
Bnalaud and eUewbere, and havo .peolal
taonitles for .IfPeotinf mum.
Their ehatfre. aro lower than any other
TaneMiTeirTB. (P. '^~~        dapllml
to*V
OTICE IS. HE
C%or^NTHA'
wa bave applied, to the Honorable
■ulster of the Interior for alle.ni.
out and earr;
v»s -
     away timber Irom the
/ollowla. deMritied lands, alluaied .In
W.w Weetmlnafer UrtrlotTB. C, onlfio
wratherly aide of Harrl-nalake, and about
twenty mile, from Harrison hot springs:
w»VompS«",a«f,p*r?,R!-*1!,W:,'«
to a poat marked N. W. post, H. s. Mill:
thenco a» chains noiitti-we., lo a post
marked % W. po.l, H. H. Mill: Ihenoe iW
chain, east to a post mnrked H. E. poll,
__,». Mill; th.noo along th. lake shore to
plaoe cat oommenoement—oontnlnlng 800
•^-^BAVTSrO-NSAWM,^
p WB HAVBuICST RECEIVED ANOTrflSR LOT OF..' f
BOOTS *& SHOES
AND INVITE ALL THOSE WHO DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE
"'■'■;.'■ TO CAllA AND IrtSPECT OUR STOCKl
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BIG
iff'tffjtl*       - '■ .: ■ ■  ' -•' -   **l '
New Boots sind Shoes
-^^i^^Si*!1!,
For the ifaxt SO Pays, at Cost.
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■.',tr_^
GLOBE HOUSE.
X»ateet. "Paris. jTae_^_axus. ■ .,
clse25fc MR S. W™.   RAE.
fi .'.
7j^R3tt-XHR'&9
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, Btrenfrth and wholosomeness. Mors
•conomlcal than tho ordlnanr kinds, and
cannot be sold ln competition wltn fhe
multltutleof tow test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Bakixq Powmin Co., 108 Wall 8U,
New York. Sfely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT78FBET; COMPOUND MA-
chlnery, by Eastern makers.
Apply to,
MESSRS. BEWICKE A WULPFSOHN,
dJa6to Vancouver, B, C.
Sails §ritiuh (Eolnmbian
■al.rd.7 trenlnt. met, tt,im.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
A FARM CONTAINING SHO ACRES
A . PrnlrJo Land, G miles from Port
Moody, 8 mites from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road.
Can be purchased with or without stock,
Terms easy,—Apply lo
A. MCLEAN,
i^.^-^r
:an.,.
Bfr
Land for Sale.
fiRtSTlON 25 (CONTAINING 1I»ACRBS,
)  moro or less), Block 5 North, Range
wo West, Township No.:ifc, Range West
of Coast Meridian, New Westminster Dls-
m»_rmn_.imtV_"$L.............
consisting of 30 vttrleticH of fruit I wes from
:ito4years old; 0 Ions of good Timothy
Hitfpnd oho ton of Oats In tho barh.
Tenders for the above will be received
by the undersigned tip tonoonofWcdaes>
day. 31st Inst, Tprms-half cash; balance ln oue year, bearing Interest at 8 per
cent, per annum. Wo do not bind ourselves to accept any tender. XI* A
Tm'n*          ,-    ^vftpOUBTIS, '
WOoWd ! For Executors.
kii&im   hi     'I  --■-■-
3294- AGRE8
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
. fi'*'
WE ARE NOW OFpRIlfd FOR.SALE
the belebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser $iver,vi}ear
Langley, about 25 miles from-Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
ib quality and location, pg yisiy ?asytei,mp
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagou roads
adjacent to the "premises and railroad sta
tion immediately acrosd the ri^et:
-|tg=»A competent man Is now on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver fhrntehed intending purchasers
free of charge. ,    ,,    ,    „.,..,., .„
'       ■■    " '   ■         -.1.  * Illfnn a '
Jtfo -A. J^M    UD      ____% Jtw. 4\\\n\ 61 •
i1r...<a'(i ,,;t,1 dw.ulllc
10 I
,W.iO.LQYe,
FaihipuUe fii»t aad Shoe Ibkir.
tUpslrlii. fleetly Done.  Cork gale
Work a Specialty.
•srordcrs pronlptly ntlenili'il lo.
Olarkaon St., ln rear of Colonial Bote), next to Rand Bros.'oflice.  dnclto
TO CARPENTERS.
mENDERS WILL UE RECEIVED BY
JL the underHlgncd up to l p, m. on
THURSDAY INI last., for the
■■    OONSTRITCTION OF A BRIDQE
On Forrester Street. Plans and specifications at my olllce on nud after the 18th
Inst. The lowest or auy tender not necessarily accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
New West., Oct. 17.        .       doel7ld
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
rfe' PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have muoh pleasure In notifying their friends aud the public that they
are now prepared to receive nnd promptly
execute any orders for work in tnelr line
with which (boy mny be favored,
..,,;       A.McltKLVlE,
• (.' ' '             Mechtnlcnrllnnalcr.
VaiicoUTor,B.O.,Slh May.lisl.    ij[
^^ • dwmyllllc   	
C|TY HOTEL!
COLUMBIA   STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAmTProprietor
*n HAITI!-- 11F.UB TO WOKM yrJIE
V, i rubl|«Uiiit lio-lsnn UktifHtlbf Inlfer-
est of Ml*.-ilYiiHMmi who is reffrhig from
hotel huslmsH. II:iviiijz Iborougmy re-
fllleilanil furnlBheil the lloti.sp,thiHi-avel*
ling public n:ut residents of New Westminster will find tiil»« niie of ihe must
aqfltfortuble tind.ci-inVenlcttt hotels,ctm*
daotcd on trmiwrniioe inhinlplM; slfu*
ated In the buslnrss portionrof the city
and commanding it btwutlful.vltiw of the
Pi-risi'i* river. dwocfito
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SKALKD   TKNDKRS   WILL   »K   KK-
rtlVtM by the iimlorslgncd up to noon
*it THURSDAY Ihe HMh Inst., for th«   |
CONSTtlUCTION OF A WAflDK-IlOAD
From thn BoiHH boundary of the C.P.R.
Co.'x lnnd to ihe North Arm Wagon Rom),
KniHcr Itiver.
PlmiH and snwinentlons can 1m> mn\ and
forms for tender obtained, nt tho Govern*
ment Oflice, New Westminster, and nt the
County Court Registrar's Oflice, Vnunou*
vor.
The towMlornnyt'ifidoriiotnwMiririiv
accepted.
New West., Oct, IS, UM. doclStd
SCIENTIFIC MI8CELLART.
In We ordinary 16 candle power
incandescent lamp, according to
Prof, Ernest Moertt, only from 4
to G per cent of the energy actually
expended is available as light, the
remainder being wasted si heat,
To lesson this waste is one of the
greatest electrical problem! now
awaiting solution.
: Collating oil known obiemtiom,
DrrE. von Morteni, of Berlin, findi
that of 37 ipeoiei of uiollnw! found
in -the Suex Canal 9 came from th.
Mediterranean and 18 from the Red
Sea; and that of 16 speeiesof fiihei
reported from the canal, 6 were
from the Medit«T.at.n and 10 from'
the Red Sea lide. Tables of the
distribution of these speeies in the
canal show that the admixture of
animal life of the two seas ii far
Irom complete,
A New German Industry.—At
Halle, the skeleton-like, fibrous covering of a species of tropical cucumber is now being converted into a
substitute for iponge, and is already
being exported In immense quantities to England and other countries.
Thi) curious substance is known as
loofah. It ia not only valuable as
an adjunct of the bath, but is found
useful for making inside soles for
shoei, and is being applied to the
under side of saddles to keep the
horse's back cool.     , ■■ ■
Weathbb Statio.ns Above Tub
Clouds.—The . highest point at
which regular metawrological observation! are made appears to be in
Andes, in Peru, a taheight of 14,297
feet. Harvard College haa a weather
observatory on Mount Lincoln, in
Colorado, at a height of 14,297 feet;
and part way up the mountain is
another station, 13, 500 feat above
tea-level. ■ The itation on Pike's
Peak is at an alititude of 14,1000
feet In Europo there are but two
stations at any considerable height,
those being at about 11,000 feet and
10,000 feet respectively.
A Novel Railway.—A Swiss engineering novelty—hitherto, oonnd-
ered an impossibility—is an inclined
railway on which the cars ore drawn
by cable round a ourve. Prom the
take of Lucerne tha track curves
upon an angle of 112' to the summit
of the Burgenstock—1330 feet above
the lake, and 2860 feet above son-
level. The line is 3050 feet long/
and commences with a gradient of
32 per cent, which increases to 58
per cent for more than, i half, of' the
distance. The motive power is
electricity, generated by two 25-
horee-powcr dynomos, worked by a
water-wheel three miles away.
Wno Were the Skilled Builders 1—One of the mysterious ruined
cities of Southern North America is
that of Gran Guivera, near the
westtra pointof tixu. Thii was
known to the early Spanish explor
ers, but, being at present 40 miles
from water, it has seldom been visited, A lato. surveving party found
the ruins to be of gigantic and substantial stone buildings,one of which
was four acres in extent. The indications point to the former existenco
of a dense population. To the southward is a stream of lava from one to
ten miles wide and forty miles long,
and the surrounding country is molt
arid and desolate. No inscription,
no legend telle tho tale of the great
city or of its fate.
A Misplaced Mine.—How might
the stook of the Panama Canal hare
risen if the French engineers could
have invoked to their aid the energy
of the terrific exploiinn that swept
away the Japanese peak of Little
llandai-san on July 15th. A visitor
who spent four days in examining
the spot estimatu that this last
great mine of Nature's firing uplifted and widely distributed no less
tlian 700,000,000 tons of earth,
rocks and other ponderous material,
the calculation being based on tlie
vory moderate assumption that the
i'i'iVi'* covers tho buried area of :)0
square miles to an average depth of
15 feet. The denuded base of the
mountain seems to bo between three
and four square miles in urea.   ■ ■
Homes or All Aoer.—An interesting feature of tho Paris Kxhilii
tion of next year will be a group of
49 structures intended to give a
history ol the human dwelling.
Tho different types of dwellings represented will include those of the
prehistoric period—under rooks, in
caves, on water, and on land; and
in later times those of early historic
civilization, of Aryan civilisation,
of Roiiimi civilization in the east
nud iu the wost, und of rude civilizations disconnected from the general progress of humanity—such as
the Chinese, Japanese, Eskimo,
African,' Aztec, etc, Tho interiors
nml iurroundingswill.be those of
thedifierent epochs studied, and it
is intended to people the dwellings
with figures in representative ooS-
tumes,
BY TELEGRAPH.
IKaareii AdJ.ar.,.   Trnble likely I.
be Ike *M«me »r ike c. p. B. ..il
Ike. Mullah, tiorcraiutal
Dli.ute.
■eiiabllu. mail la MuMd.   Tlie tier.
■a. tPo.saI.le .1 lm. luulled.
Nallrei .r Xaatiiwr I. Arms.
UST NIGHT'S DISPATCHe***.
A FJBKAK. |
Washinoton, Oct, 10.—Mrs. Martha Scott, a young colored woman, wai
yntorday delivered of n remarkable
freak, comiiting of 2 heads, 2 nooks,
3 arms, 4 hands, 3 legs and 4 loot.
The freak was dead when delivered.
riXUNO ot.   '';
London, Oot 19.—Westminster
Abbey is to filled now with monumenti
and tablet! erected to the memory of
the notable deid, that a movement i.
being talked of to provide .new building adjoining the Abbey in which to
place any monument, in future.
ntflJHTFUL SUICIDE.
San Luis, Opiapo, California, Oct.
19.—Oyrut Siunderi suicided yeiterday, putting a gun under his chin,
firing it, and blowing off hit jawt snd
nose. Be then with a pocket knife
cut hit throat. He was 40 vean old
and had been drinking heavily of late.
AN AMERICAN RUMOR.      ■
London, Oct. 19.—The Tbnei'
Philadelphia correspondent astern
that Sir John A Macdonald will ihortly vilit England to consult th. imperial
government on the fisheries queition
with a view to a modification of th.
Canadian poiition, the Dominion coming nearer to the view held in the
United Statei. Nothing is known in
official circle! here of any lich intention, and it ii well. Understood that
the Britiih, like the Canadian policy,
ii to calmly await the outcome of the
presidential election.
 W. O. I.-U.
New Hore, Oot 19.—The liftoenth
annual meeting of tha Women's Christian Tompennce Union began this
morning in the Metropolitan Open
House. About 400 delegate,, repre-
tenting every itate in the anion, were,
preient The hall ind itsge were
handtomely decorated. Mn. Frtncit
S. Willird, the president of the W. 0.
T. U., delivered n short speech listing
the objeet of tho cdnwirtlon snd concluded by introducing (lenerul  Neat
.uv ...JL „\_ lil.ll u. £^bl.n*v«o (ton.
Nwl Dow ii th. grand old man of America. Gen. Dow said that the only
wiy to nettle the liquor questiou wai
by the ballot and hoped with the assistance of the W.O.T.U. the liquor
traffic would be iuppre»ted. The delegate! from Iowi, it ii laid, will pie.
sent a nwmoriil stking thtt Ihe W. 0.
T. U. ihould refrain from meddling
with peUtici.' At the .v.nlng fcttion
Mayor Hewitt welcomed the lsjics to
the city. General Clinton B. Fiik,
the prohibition candidate for pietident,
mid. . itrong speech although ill.
Ex-Governor St. John alto ipoke. The
but and beit ipeeok of the evening was
made by Mrs. Miry T. Loihrop, preii-
dsnt of th. W.O.T.U. ol Michigsn,
7J^*?*'&"1^,M*£ *»d L'.****0:
tared the audience which' adjourned
until tomorrow.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Oct 19.—The government
is considering the queition of . fester
trani-Atlmtio steamship service. Sir
John Macdonald ii in receipt of the
draft of the proposed arrangement with
the Canadian Picifio Railway for the
service between Vancouver and China
and Japan. Both matters will be referred to the committee of the privy
council.
Hr. Frank S. Barnard hai been
chosen as the government candidate
for Cariboo. Hit election by acclamation ii expected.
The talk of the city ii the amazing
luecou of the banquet to Mr. Cha-
pletu lait evening. The attendance,
it now appetri, exceeded 750. The affair concluded at 3 o'clock thii morning. Sir John'i outtpoken utterance!
outlining Cinada'i future policy on the
6,herie> queition, receive! the indorsation nf the eastern preu. There will
be no back down on Canada's part.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
i i     , i  •■
(AOOOD MOVE.
Loniios, Oct 20.—The No«h Wales
ooal owner, association has granted the
workmen n rai.e of 10 por cent in
their wages. The danger of universal
atrike it now over.
a nam Em-svisii,      .
Wwsn'Eu, (let*. 20.— The Manitoba
railway people lmve it, force removed,
su that track-laying may go on peaceably. The Canadian Pacifio lins placed
a force to guard its engino and will relist tho local -government employee! if
they attempt to crou its linn. A conflict ii eipected, ns a'unng is talking
about going out and dynamiting tho
engine. The Dominion government's
reply ii to the otfect that they have no
control over the Canadian Pacilio railway company. An injuaciion wai
glinted yoiterdiiy it the Initanco of
the C.P.R.Co. to restrain Iho Northern
Pacifio railway from oroiting the Canadian Pacific track,
MEXICAN FOLITim
City or Mexico, Oct. 20.—A oriaii
is imminent in Proi't Diane's cibinout.
(len. Piiohecn, miniiter ofpublioworki,
has resigned. It is generally believed
that Senor Dublin, miniiter of finance,
hai alio resigned.
A NATIVE RISING.
Zanzibar, Oct 20.—The natives
have risen againit the British at Mom-
bow. Thin has been desperate fighting at Momboia, the pointof departure
ofta.ptorjoMdcan*a»v* the Britiih
African anocistiom lor Wadelis.
——
ItTErDWO THUHraS,
San r-»A»OTSOtj, O4M.-i.lI. S'
Caroline, which arrived in.port yerter-
day, report! hiven taken potsesiion of
Fanning, Ohriitmu, and Ptanryit
lilandi in the South Plolflo ht the
name of England, the object bemg to
utilize them ai itationi for .tha pro-
poied cable to be laid by Britiih capi-
tilitti from Esquimalt to New Zealand,
via the Sandwich Itlands.
SHOT BY A   TRAMr.
St. Paul, Minn., .Oct 20.-At
Crookiton Int. night Chief of Pplioe
Hnyei wu ihot ull killed by * tnmp
whom h. had arretted the day' before
for drunkneti. The tramp wat jailed.
bounced. '
Dresden, Oct. 20.—Two Frfcnoh
cuUceri, who were found ttudying the
defentei have been expelled frost the
oountry. P. 1    Id
OONORISH ADJOUBN.D.        ■
Washinoton, Oct. 20.—Ooogrest
adjourned tine die at 1: p.n. lelday.
When Ihe house adjounwdcorraMpond-
ents in the pnts gallery sang, "Pniie
G00V from whom ell blijuimflfiow,''
amid oppltuse and other demonstrations of approval. The president today accepted thb invitation of a committee representing Clivehmd-Thur-
man buiineii mens olnatot New
York to review a parade ol thair organization! next Ssturckiy aftfrnoon.
UABBiniO ox iead.
Nxw York, Oot'30.—Th. leadmarket sesras to. hav. itruok botttufiuid
the scare is over at least for tho nm-
ent. Saturday is praotioidly a holiday
bn the' metal exchange, but to-day
nther a larger crowd thin .mil wu
preient Many broken whs stood on
the brink uf failure lut night were t
imile of confident, to-day. U was
Mid that lid had reached tha struggling bulls from th. interior of. th.
itate. The lead call opened at about
yeiterdiy's cloiing with a uh of 200
tons of October in two parceli, tinder
rulu of tbe exchange. Thia wu pre-
lumably for " Lead King" Corwlth'i
account, and wai. at inrij honghi by
one of the biggeat lesd, oporstors on
change. For tbe first one hundred
tone four cent, wu paid and 3.971 for
the lecond. No other lead wu offered
and th. market olowd oonstdenbly
firmer than yesterday, and: artth-ajn,.
paratively an auy M%p*rSvsis*aji.
■ ■. wbeat. leJfs   \lU
Liverpool, Oct.: 20.-iWh*4t ater*
dull.   0.1a., 81. ld. 1 .,' .;•;« V_
San Fuancisoo, Oct 2*.—Wheat
firm„a| l(lW;N»v; 183.  bttai.ealv
..m.   1UKK,   Ut*.   W.«-ffMHvt)
ld»y. .0
I May 11
Chioaoo, Oot 20.—Wheat took a
ipurt upwards to-diy_aniloloied nurly
four .cents higher. Nor. 1141; Dec.
110J; Miy 113J.   ,',
A NATIONAL INSULT.
Paris; Oct 20.—The esoutohua on
the Germin consulate' at Havre wu
torn from ita itation' lilt night and
thrown into the itreet. Tha prefect
at Havre has! tendered profoie nology
to the oontul. snd M. Goblet otiniiter
of foreign aflain, likewiu apologiied
to th. German .mbamdor here for the
outrage. There ii no due fo the persons who commltfaid'lih. act
PAINT1NO TR TOWN.
Madrid, Oct. 20. — Republican
rioten mobbed Senor Canovu Dil
Caitillo at Sangoua lut niglit and
■toned hit houw. The rioting continued for uveral houn and Gand'-
srmes were powerleu lo quell th. disturbance.
A CLEAN SWIE*.
Felton, Oil,, Oot 20.—A fire early
this morning deitroyed almost the en-
tiro buiinew portion of this town.
Losses aggregate $50,000, iraurano.
about 130,000.
CRAWLED THROUO H A LOOrHOU.
Sak Franobco, Oct 20.—A charge
of grand larceny igiitut MuBeaen-
itein, who Kcured nearly un thousand dollin from varioui peopl. ben
on pretenie that he had inherited a
large ettate in Germany, wu ditmlned
to-day, hii ofTenie being barred by
itatute of limitations.
A DESTRUCTIVE nil.    '
Boston, Oct. 20.—Fire this morning
deitroyed the Lewii Wharf Company4
itorege building. A quantity ot cordage,  jute and hemp, to the vain of
trifle stronger to d»y.   Out 10B|,.Nov.
ICS'iD.c.lllJiMayllftJ,,,   .{m.
•30,000, wn deitroyed. A ltr_t quantity of cotton owned by Barry, Shajsc
& Co., on lecond and third Soon, mm
burned. Other firmt Ion
valued it over $250,000. The fire
wai itill raging fiercely at noon. Total
lost unettimited.
LAND SLIDE IN ITALY.    '
Rome, Oct. 20.—A land tide hat occurred at Latenta, Italy.. A railway
tnin wu buried in th. debriaind .
number of penon. killed. Six boats,
have been recovered and ten wounded
retCued.
NO  CHINESE NRKII Al'MA.
Washinoton, , Oct 20.— Th. presi-
dent to-diy approved an act appropriating $50,000 to carry into effect the
provisions  of th. Chineie exclusion
lit    ' " "'" ',:;
AFEARrULUAP. :
New York, Oct. 20— Siller Msty
Peter, . nun, committed Hicide thii
morning by leaping f rem a third-itory
window of St. Joieph'i home ht thu
city. ..   .,.,_,
It. C. Brace, druggitt, Tan, trrii I
have no medicine on my ihilvei that lelti
faater or givei betteriiiMietlon than Dr.
Thomu' Koleotrlo Oil, ud th. ul. fa
constantly increasing, thi put yaw cuing the largett I have ever hid. One pf
my customers wu Cured of catarrh by
using three bottle!, Another wu raheu
out of bed, where he hid been laid up a
long time with a lamo blok, by using lw>
bottles. I hive lots of ouatomen, tht
would not be without ft Oder night.
Childnn Cryfor PltcherttWwh
m $ P
h
,jo t...
IJSOWf' fail** fritish Colnmbian
Sai.rAu Ivaalas, on. it, nwa.
Althousja' the cliioussioii on tl
lubjoet et njarrin je has been' closed
in th» tolumus or the London DiUy
Telegraph, it is said that the controversy whioh haa been excited has by
ceased.     Some one
about to publish it new work
Blgaitrf «i tlie present marriage
fucaM. whtpjLjJudaiiiut Irojn tha ground
that the author lays down as the
bait! Of Kj'tt^Bleiits, is likely to
twite (jonslilei-ifiiis tltlk. Itissur-
Bitied 'fMfl iettiin inciioitions that
th. author is a woman, although
posing ia a man. He says: "I am
prepared to expreu a very strong
opinion that same relaxation of the
Mnd ot marriage, even beyond that
which is conceded by the present
laws of England, is required in the
interests at justice, social expedien
cy, and true morality, and is not inconsistent with the declaration of
revealed religion. With regard to
polygamy, as a niatter of principle,
St ia not condemned or prohibited in
the pages of the Bible—neither in
the Old Testament nor in the New,
This faot is plain and unquestionable; and the inference is inevitable
that polygamy is not essentially op
posed to the law of God, nor to the
fundamental principles of marriage;
it is not oppposad to the law of Christ
There is room for the opinion which
has been expressed by many thoughtful and earnest men, that, in some
particular cases, a limited form of
polygamy might be desirable and
permissable; that, under certain circumstances; a mon might be properly allowed tb take a second wife,
even while the first was still living,
and not formally divorced from him.
There is thii very serious question
to be answered, Do we really practice anything like strict monogamy
among ourselves! How much polygamy in its worst form really prevails
among all olaisei of society 1" This
latter clause, particularly, is a direct
dfpitm'itlum M invidiam, a miserable acknowledgment ahd sh attempted palliation of tke weaknesses and vices of humanity. A Mormon proselytiser could not more distort the truth nor make a more dan-
•proas thrust at the foundations of
society than the proclamation of
sueh sentiments is calculated to da
No elaborate argument is needed to
show that, despite the abuse! of the
nJ**H»t .social system, it is sound
both In'th-aory aad practice, and
any attempt to lower the ideal
to the level of the failures to comply with it, merely gauges the moral
level of the shatneleu apologist of
vice, and must be promptly frowned
»- .— ^w   .. w*Au,X. .. ..    • .,_.'
attsa** mankind at heart. Juit let
any one imagine an «
community, in this age of the world,
1 implicitly accepting and deliberately
proposing to carry out the theories
enunciated by the " social reformer"
i above mentioned; then picture the
result in the family, in society, in
public and private morals, in religion—and a sufficient answer will be
obtained to the question—Would a
modified System of sanctioned polygamy be superior to the present sys,
tern of puHScly enforced monogamyl
"jJJ.j Ml '.a j..i..     ■__
   hi ^a*
Wit and humor are not generally
diiwoiated from eaeh other in the
mind ot the average reasoner.   The
folloaVing rather broad and interesting distinctions are drawn by an ed.
itorial  writer  in the  New York
Graphic; When one talks of the wit
and the humor ef different peoples
ha hu a large subject,   A humorist
, Is very iildwn. wit, and in most
oases a wit is so hr from s humorist that any coarse entire againit
hitsteh* strikes  him like the broad
end of a wedge.   A hamoriit is not
sstititive.   H. has a large mouth,
.  and he shows his teeth to the throat
If he is the man who is wonted
((Ood itoriM One againit anothor.  A
wit hu a keen knife, and it cuts
without regard to the quick, suffering attending its work; but he is the
most Moiitive of  men.   Let  the
knife come back to him and he is
apt to whine like a child over hia
wound,  forgetting  altogether   tho
trivial menace that invited the retal-
For he meant nothing in
> words hut a bit ot rhetoric
I a nice sound and seemed to
(Met the situation better than other
words might; and though the words
went to the heart of the other man,
why ihould that man be ao mean aa
to'tend baok the same kind of playful Utterneii I  Your wit and your
Iramorilt are aa different as the articles they deal in.   There is a popular impression that a humorist is a
wit, and a wit a humorist.   They
are at for apart u a coarse clown
■J** a very respectable undertaker.
While each appreciates the other
sad gives him the  benefit of a ud
trade smile, kike the subdued recognition of worth that  prevails at a
. cWctat funeral between the remotely
«otr*awted nwumar. for the corpse,
all the winds of heaven blow between them, and they do not come
together after the Services until the
■en corjae conies on.   A wit is a
good fellow for an hour.   You love
hies for bii brightness and hate him
for "its apparent malice—he being
as Ignorant of  injury as If there
wm nothing of that kind in any of
kit ftttnj stings—and he hates you
if »M give him  thrust for thrust,
Weffl^Mii|'&.te
haven't brains enough toseoinnc-
MMief t-otfre fa too **tar»-sof
his words; but your man of laughter,
who does absurdity for the loro ttt
it; your good fellow, whose loudness
.macks your cheeks, roofs your upper jaw as with old nle, jtoni ly boxes
your ears and slaps your knees, that
Burn il with you as long as you can
kcop him, hnd when lie goes'lie takes
with him half your heart For that
humorist—who is not a wit; who is
as dumb as an egg before it learns
to chirp as to every 'cute thing
which is said in a few syllables; that
best of al) good follows—has between
his humor anil his heart but the
brief tissue Hint sistiaits to nothing.
He has great tears as he lins great
laughter. His nature is controlled
by incidents, as a violin gives to the
sweep of the bow, His fun and his
pathos are so closely connected at
times that you'can't tell which from
which, and he dosen't know the difference himself. The wit has thin
lips and a cold smile with a good
deal of speculation in it Tho Iiu
morist has fat cheeks, and laughter
rolls from his lips as water bubbles
at the spring, without thought, or
cost, or calculation as to results.
The fun iB for those who like it, and
if nobody likes it it is just as well.
Tbe humorist has puffed his countenance with hie loud absurdity,
and, having satisfied himself, he is
as well sstis&ed if the thing goes no
higher tlian his own ears. The ideas
of wit and humor that prevail in
different countries affords curious
study. A Scotchman is the most
appreciative of all men of a joke or
an absurdity after it has been
knocked into his head with a club,
but the olub must be very heavy.
An Irishman catches a thing of
that kind on the Hy, and sends it
back with something better. The
best wit has been Engish wit, because it has been tbo conservative
article needing more or less serious
reflection before the small and genteel article of smile. But there is
no natural humor in the Scotch or
the English. There is nothing of
that kind  with  them  that is not
Sumped and unnatural. They never
ad an Abe Lincoln, whose oommon
sense was illuminated by the best of
all broad humor, and an English
Josh Billings with his quaint philosophy would appear to them to be
a crank.
Do not delay in getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Grave,'Worm Exterminator ii a pleasant and sure cure.
If you love your child why do you let It
suffer when . remedy li io near at hand t
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
NOTICE.
settle on or beforo tbe 80th lns(,, and any
claims againsttha laid Ann will be Immediately dealt with,
doeetd STEWART A CASH.
WB3"V»e7
Boot and Shoe
STORE.
LADIES, IF YOU WISH TO CET
reliable   goods at   low   flgnret,
read the following! —
I take much pleasure in announcing to
the pnhtlo of New Westminster that' I
have opened but a large and well assorted stock of Men's, Women's and Children's Boots, Shoes ANDSLirriai In all
qualities. These goods wen exprettly
manufactured for me by the celebrated
Ames, Holden Boot And Shoe Co., of
Montreal, ind having purchased for cuh
md intend selling for thi ume, I im prepared to dispose of these goods at prices
which cannot but be satisfactory. Come
and look it the stock, compare prices and
you will acknowledge I am able to give
you bargains.
WH. JOHNSTON,
Columbia itreet, New Weitminster.
oolodte
WHYDOYOUPAYRENT?
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own YourHouse
WR HAVE FOR SALE
3 CHOICE HOUSES
Centrally Located, at Low Prion and
Easy Terms,
Eioellent BUILDING LOTS
In Best Locality, on Easy Terms,
—Ferfe-oHIai-i----
Indicates a natural sad healthy condition of. tb) scalp, snd of the glands
through whtch nourishment Is obtained.
When, tn consequence of age and disease, the hair becomes weak, thin, and
grey, Ayer's Hair Vigor will itrcngthen
tt, restore its original color, promote it!
rapid and vigorous growth, and impart
to It the lustre and freshness of youth.
I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
long time, and am convinced ot Its
value. When twos 17 years ol age my
hair beganJo turn guy. I onnim.aned
using the vigor, and wai nrprlnd it
only restored the color to'tay'hilr. but
•o itlmulated Ita growth, that I havi
now more hair than ever before.—
J. W. Edwards, Coldwater, Miu.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by alt Drugrltts tnd Ftrfuman.
Ir too ina ictTEanta from
and loss of appetite; if your itomoch ii
out of order, or your mind confused}
tako Ayer'! Sarsaparilla. Thii medicine
iriil reitore phyiical force and elasticity
to the system, mon surely and speedily
than any tonic yet discovered.
For lix month! I luffered bom liver
and itomach trouble!. Hy food did not
nourish me, and I became weak and
very muoh emaciated. Itookilxbottlu
of Ayer's Sanaparllla, and wu cured.
-J. fc Palmer, Springfield, Mas.,  tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prapind by Dr. J.O, Ay,rkCii.,Low<ll,lIlll.
Sold by DressM.. Price SI I tit bstllM, ♦*.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty dayi alter date we Inland to
applyjo the Oblef Commissioner of Lands
ahd works for permission to lease for
timber purposes Ibe tollowtns dMcrlbed
lands, situated tn New Westminster District, B.C., on the southerly side of Harrison lake, and about twenty miles from
Harrison bot springs:
Commencing at a post planted at the
south-west corner of Plot Ko. One 111 of
Martin a Son's application lor the Harrison Saw Mills, dated September 2Mb,
188*. posl marked H.S. Mill; thenee IdO
ehalns north, 70 deg. welt, to a put marked S. W. post, H. S, MIU; tbence 80 chains
north-east to a post marked S. w. post,
1L S. Mill: thenee east 10! chains to .post
marked N. E. post, H. s. Mill; tbence 10
chains south to plioe of commencement
—containing about 800 acres.
HARBISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Martin * Son.
Dated October 8,1888. doclOml
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
the Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
f\R. JORDAN'S HISTOQENETIO 8Y8-
tern of_ Medloiiies cures, Paralyals,
BUndntw*, Deafneiw, aheumattiis, Atb*
ma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Ery
slpelas, Brtghf'H Disease, Heart Disease.,
Dropsy, and all chronic complaints, Fe*
vers.Small Pox, Piles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlptheria, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bono, Whooping Cough,
Cholera Infantum, Croup, ProiausuB Uteri,
and all femaTe complaints. The system
Is simple. Tbe medicine rebuilds tbe diseased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and for-
i ts.Organlc Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared In tbe body by the
glands, For sale by
dHatltC M. DESBRISAY.
W.EFALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER,
KnbalBlag a Specialty.
Dealer la Woo... aad ■•talla Bar-
lal Catkin, rara.rali conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimming, always on
hand. Parties nt a dlstanoe supplied at
■honest notice. Satisfaction gnaran.
teed ln every particular.
dwoolte CHuMW ST. Ml. WIIT.
TO SAWJWILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufacturers of
(Um, Cinoui Mt Hiavy tm iaw Mui,
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends, bare appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
muwmoHis and mmm ttmm,
wmaistria,
Their Sol. Agent! for this Province.
We are now building a special llneof
Machinery lor this country, equal to anything built ou the American continent.
Before making any changes you will do
well to correspond Willi onr agents.
WM. HAMILTON,
DR. CHILD'S
An Infallible Remedy I
"I bad Piles very bad. Treatment by
various doctor, and at Medical. Institute
did me no good. Dr. Child's Pile Oint
ment eured me."
J. Kivn.
TO BE OFFERED FOR ONLY A FEW
DAYS. CALL EARLY AND GET
GOOD SELECTION.
doclttt
BROS.
"I had Plies fifteen years, A 18 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment has about eured
me," J, Kolt.ry.
(Mr. R. now reports that ho Is com*
plctely oured).
"T had Piles over ten years. Suffered
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's Pllo Ointment, which gave immediate relief, and
I now consider myself eared."
TltM. EOXIRILBT,
Lmo. Engineer.
"I hod Piles about thirty yearn,  Was
often laid up with them,   was under
treatment three monthi In hospital at St.
faul, but nothing did me much good till
got Dr. Child's Pllo Ointment, wlileh re*
lleved rae Instantly, One pot cured me
and two othor men."
J. H. Cbdikhhankh,
\ Painter.
PRIOB,  ONI  DOLLAR
 SOLD BY	
D. S. CURTIS l CO.
WHOLEMU « KTAIL ORIiaOIITI,
New Weitminster, Brit. Col.
dwMJOml '
BON MARQ HE
Dry Goods and Clothhig
AT COST FOR CASH.
Walker & ShadweH
— n_ .-__■-.- . ■     __*-*!-,.■*-'__
uusjasu
COLUMBIA
_________________m_t_
Dress-Making!
Misses MoDOUGALL
OOLUMBU   STREET,
New Weetotinoter, B. C.
as-Satisfaction guaranteed,      dapist..
DRESS MAKING
At ms» mmism.
(IlATXOr ESSUKDI
Cornel of Ohurch and Columbia Street,,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
aarSallsfactlon guaranteed,    dwfefte
l
iTOTIOS.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, we Intend to make application to the
__Jef Commissioner of Ijinds and Works
for permission to lease tbe following de*
serlDcd property for timbering purposes,
Til.:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south side of Unsurveyed channel at northwest corner of Lot IB, Valdes Island;
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; thence south
80 chains, thenco east 40 chains, thence
south 20 chains, thenco east SO ohalns,
thenco south 20 chains, tbence east 20
chains, thence south 20 chain-*, thence
east 00 chains, thence north « chains.
thenoe west 40 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, more or less, to a post on
thoBhoreof unsurveyed channel; thence
following tbe shore fine in a westerly direction to point of commencement, and
containing In all 1400 acres, more or less.
t „       LAIDLAW & CO.
August 81st, 1838. doo2ml
Contract RefW
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth «■ ^b Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
totheCillseniof
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts.
N.B.-
ployed.
A first-clan Upholtterer em.
p p-r-rbucs.
C. E.WC4BS
IMS USVSVSS.
A.G.USBIE,
Nerisv •sitie,
ids,Tu&yie
LAND SURVEYORS,
,w»lEittti,Ii!iinin,lkr^^
AND CONVEYANCERS.
J-CKmsr^B s-os
WW«.-»lie Weitern of Toronto .The «t-
na,TheCliyofUndon,and Th. Hart-
fold.
lin.-The New York Life Imnruoe Oo.
AGCIDBRT-Tlie Trevelleri' of Hartford
L.ad larv.ylaa In all IU brancb« accurately and promptly carried out.
Gltr nl Sakarima Land, far Sato.
We can thow a complete Hit of dealrtble
localltlei.
r.ra.lBgL.ad!,lmi
prove p, throughout the o
[oved ud unlrn-
IIHM.
Mlalng and ath.r Hook bought and
sold.
Money io Loan on flrsl mortgsgeat
low rates.	
TiLU'iion. Cai.1. No. S3.
P. O. DkAW.n W.
WOODS, TfJRXEB 4 UAMBlit,
Cmu, Iuahi luti,  • -Clumsia trim
Itiw WBSTMmSTIK
dmblllo
Lmdni Harris
cSC   CO.
Real Estate,
INSURANCE
 AKD	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans oa Mortgages,
And tranitot ill Buiineu relating to
Reil Ettate.
—AOENT8 FOR	
lohdos AnarsBceCorBoratloi.     I
Contiectlcit lire Inmrance Co. of
Hartrord.
London aid iMeashlre Lift Assir-
ante Co.
CMloa Iniarsace MTree, id. (Mirine)
STBiElaix.
__s
______
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Part (90 Acrei) of Lot No. 460, Groub
IL, in the Diitrict ol N.w Wettmln
iter.
.-__  —- _.- Johmioato
the above lands hu bean lost 01 destroy.
HUpol Isaac Slnelal	
 reinnds haa been lost 01 des..
ed, and applloatlon has beon made for a
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE Of
lllaeol Iiaac Sinclair '	
 pplloatlt
duplicate thereofi
Notice Is therefor, hereby given that a
fresh Certificate will be Issued ln
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause be shown to tbe contrary within
one month Irom the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Reglltrar.
Land Kealitry Offloe,    .■
New WosC, 28th Sept,, 1888.     dseSSral
NOTICE.
Canada Lift AfiwrancB ga,
able .11 Eastern polnU.ean hive lb. plus
of payment thereof changed lo tht. eity.
.signed.
:«a laillllajili
dlan <»i«ilair«l"*J<>aat'f»
HEM
»HYV,
dJePSte
«'<'
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
WER6'HA|aJt^f
WUABF STSBET * T10T0KIA.
.' Acnarra Jroja
North British ana Bftrcsntlle
inraranee Co. tor MalnlsniL
H. O. BEETON A CO.,
SO Flnibury Circui,
*   ■     ftO.
__<tor£XG£_L
chase the following described lands In
Coast District, ft-ovlnce of British Coluni-
bla:       •	
No, I.—Commencing at the N. E. corner
of Lot Mi Range 1 (Valdes Island): thenoe
east ten (10) ehalns, south to ikon line of
Honkyn Infet, thence nortliwsSerty atoag
shore line of Hoskyn tuM and SfP^--
bay to tbe a. E. corner of batM.tl
along lta eastern boundary to point or
, „_-..„_._... ..__...._.,_._. (jJJQut "
SUfiEUf.
tb.
commencement — containing
head' or~Vllla*ybiw,~**«i;
Mining uboutone (1) aen.
New Wait., R C, Sept 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANINO MILLS CO.
„   .Bvlhelr Agent. •"^   ,
dieHml   ;.. caAaUM.1. Wooaj.. ;
'.i.i;iIH;-/|.'.- 'i''_x rv. '"^     '   v *■
North British and
jnercmttlle
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
fold np, .     0lS,orj0
Fire F»d d Besoms, si
at 31st Dec, 1887,       -      1,188,11.
Bereme Fire Bruot,    t.ttt.Ut
i**7R°.tei as Low m any other
i eliableCompany doing bust*
-ACM in British Columbia.
J. fi. JAQUES,
Agent for New Wettinintter City ud
Diitrict. djeiKitc
HENRY VTDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
GONVEYAHCER, REAL ESTATE
—Ann—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS MimOVED
.o-ko
JUST AHBIVKl>-fMJ00 BACKS and 5.(1*
moro en route,  farmers, send In yoif
orders early, that I may know ho* manf
to Import.
dwse2iml \V. B. AUWIN.
JSTOTXpm
TtJOTICE lfl.»EREBt
Executor's Notice.
ILL   PERSONS  HAVING  CLAIMS
1  againtt tbe Ettate of tbe late John
JTHelnnea must present same, properly
verified, to the undertlgned on orbejora
IVOTICE.
^u^^^^h-i^;
•n-a^in%».l^!'w^'D&,
RhA W, AtKMAN(t_
' A*ftrt Dominion Lands, B. c.
Kew Wesbnlntrter, 4th Oct., ItM
3»<TOlX1X03Q-*
J OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, we bave made applltiatlon to the
onorable the ..Minister of the Interior of Canada for a lease, for timbering purposes, on the' following described tracts of, land situated In the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vlsi-Commencir   ' -
&
WR**.  £«•■     nniun, muiv   ut   iipss, iv a ttosi
marked J. a. R. and J. McL.,a.W.; thenco
&mjB__mLw&
more orltll, to a post marked J. Q, ft.
and J, Mel*, N. w.; tbence south 1H0
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
Q. R, and J. McL.. 8. E.| thence eatt 10
I».lD«,rMlT.rleii,lo.aoat nibrl.d .1.
till. "nil. sML.S.r:.: ftienw soulh W
twins, more orjess, to a post marked J.
Kit. and J. WSU, S #.] thence east 10
ohalns, more er less, to a just marked J.
O. R and J. McL., & E.; thence aouth 210
ohalns, more or less, to a post marked J,
O. R. nnd J. MCL., 8. W.; llience east ,120
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
"   ienr	
catton'to the pi—. _.    ._ 	
Also Section tt, the weit baltof Section
85, nnd Ihe east half of Section 27, all In
 ■■- ~-nlye (12), Dlstrlot ol-New
lvlnceof British Oolum-
jamSbSclaTen.
By their Agent,
O. C. Rasd.
New West., B.C.,r»th Aug., 1888.  dlralSoo
Towntliip „
Jgslmlnstir,
Public Notice
IHE ATTENTION Ot THE PUBLIC
m
Uealtt
. . hereby Slnetwl IS the "Provincial
-iealth fsmall-pox) By-Laws, 1818," Issued
by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
ln Counoil, underautbortty of the "Health
Ordinance, 1869."
kpolnti
Having   bei^..  ....
'" diagram IM MsMetH
flyenforced, and all
Inelal
hth ol
ie that
_ will be
 , — .... r—ns arere-
to govern themselves accordingly.
R. L BENTLEY, M. B..
■ IMeMbclal Health OIBaer,
»»» mntinOth, t, use. domml
ttS.)       HUGH NELSON,
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
TH*: LIEUTCNANT-eWttNOA-
IN COUNCIL,
^^vaiBSBSWtinr9uum
TTI8 HONOUR THE LlRlITF.NANT-
tl  Owernor of nrlttlh Oolumbla, by
OMiwII of RrtlMi CnluaM., .din, under
and by virtue of the provisions of the
"He.llh Ordlnnnce, ir—
town—
1. Whenever smnll-iHix Ispresentln any
.aeallty without the boundarfr- -" —
mmUk&'Xr.rSlttlonc.
the SOncnt lo.a* removM to an
I hofHil. tent* othrfSultable
'rj-a-jSl «u.-l. mton le be other-
w.n nafflclehtly Isolated, and thall see
that he Is properly oared for, and ahall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, If necessary, the destruction of all
clothing which may bave been exposed to
the oontatlon, and for the disinfection
and purification of every conveyance,
rail-ear, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehicle wbloh may have
been eipcwed to theeontajrlon.
all have, In hit
2. Buch Health Oflleer
dlsoretletiiful! power lo
.building ortajat all pukTu Who may have
exposed to"- '-- ■ -   ••
beene
laot ln^another
the contagion, and shall
cause, them to beiupnlled wlthalln.ee.
.artel until the period of Incubation ol
the dlsean ih.II h.ve elapted, and no
rod of Incubation of
iu. u..»m .u»m u.ve elapted, and no
mob penon ihall go, or bs permitted to go,
abroad, until he or ihe has given sail.-
factory^jirool^ qf^ successful vaccination
"" ""iitj tj'thrirafjcit. aiseasa, not
rent-
jptll
iBl.thi
OPPICESl
Columbia Stn Now Weot'r.
41 QotWnment St., Victoria
BANK BUIEDINGS
OOLUMBIA STMKT,
NEW WB8TMIS8TBS, • B.ft
Opp. Postoffloe and neat door to the
FfBank of British OblMtoWa,
propertYTor SALE
■X ALL PAKTS OF TBI
City and Dlstrlot of New
WMtmlriMwr,
HUIB- |
OITY •» VANCOUVER
AOINTFOR
TboDntda life IitsarMtoOo.,
Iho Jallaaal fire Ausraiee Co..
the irorwlch PBt*« fire IMimeo
Boolel*. ___,
triMH ESTeeled .a leal litale al
■MHa.Me ««lea»
^B^***f**^V*M**s****rB**r*f t^^rywtt^t^^mWWt
ditUyl - 84
rled br of wllh^llm"or"her hMe'-b'een
iroperly disinfected, II tbe Mine have
wen exposed to contagion,
8. To mul.t the Health Oflleer, he thall
have foil power to employ penon. to be
nunn. sanitary policemen, andothe.wlse
to aid In the prevention of the spread of
the disease, and may hlmielf give and on-
tone anek reuonable dliectio~ " '
■amepirpoMaatohlr '
dl.nt, and the nearest
■hallSMthatall artlc—.   	
required by the Health Oflicer are furnished.
I. It ihall bo tbe duty of every medical
practitioner whp ihall attend upon, or
..... —j. _..,,  .__,..   ,0 m
liuall-
.hiih.fl
rOIVEN  THAT
llcatlon to the
 ,„r!or for a lease
for tlmlivrln. Jiurposes 01 the following
described traitor Kadi,,
Commencing at a poatplanted nt the
fork, of Silver Creek ton Harrison Lake),
it one ana a-hall miles from lta
__-_.\i: .thenee east 80 chains, tbence
south 120 ehalns, thenoe west 180 chains,
thenee North 120 ehalns, thence east so
ehalm, to place of commencement
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
dse22ml    Per H. L. DaOlox, Manner,
J*T017IG*E3.
fortwrmi   ._„.__ ^w-
lorlbed property tor timbering purponi,
Commencing at a post planted north-
east from Oraulte Point, Valdet Island,
Discovery Passage, on the opposite ilde of
unsurveyed channel; thence wat 80
chains, llience north 20 chains, theuce
weat.40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thenee weit 20 chaina, tbence sonth to
chain., more or lew, lo the shore; thenee
following the shore lino to point of commencement, ind containing In all 180
aores, more or less.
__ LAIDLAW* CO.
September lit, 1IS8. doc2ml
•VrOTIOE n HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tVe.o^Wm-a.rone? _?____?£
poses, viz.:
Comm.iielng at a peat plantod el tht
sontheast corner ot Lot 18, Valilei Bland;
thenoe east to ohllns. thence north SO
onajlni. Ihenw west n ehalnt, thenc.
**•»*** eoohalni, theqee weit 20 chains,
thence north to chain., thence wait to
ehalnt, thenoe south 20 chains, tbence
west 20 chains, l"«**W*.» ehilna
'honoe west JO-chnlna. thenee south &
-_}_}p_i_b_ue» 'm.20 ohalnjiaiul north.
^MlT__1_aet Lot Wh thence eatt lOchalnl
to the nortbeltl oeitMr of the ,ald loti
thenee soulh 80 chnlns to pointof com'
mencement—containing In all no acre.,
moremrles-.^ LAIDLAW A OO.
July 23rd, 1888, doolml
NOT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Frolts,
And GARDEN STOOK on hand In grew
variety.    ,
Everything first-class and furnished It
goodahape.
1st. Send IS ota. for valuable 80-psge Do
scrlptlve Catalogue with S beautiful col
ored plates, Price Litis sent free,
____________       G. W. HENRY,
awdtlHtc Port Hammond, B.C.
WflslUmlrJu
nm CAUFtntwA ano local
ALWAYB ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE
dJeJlto
RIFLE?. JElfOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools
Pishing Tackle.
ALL KINDS Of SPORTING GOODS
laI«,ltAW»AN0AJI0TKIS-l*l»-S.
A SPECIALTY.
A Sue line of Cntlery, Pines, Bar Goodi,
Fancy Goodi, ftc.
nmrtment ot Singh
eprovince,from Hu!
.uerQuns,
aarThe Ingest usortment of Single
v__nm$s__~:_":/'
to 1100.  W.W. Greener Guns.
8. ■. WEBB,
AuoTioiiaia A ArrRAMin
Niw Wertmlmter, B. c.      dwieioml
M.A.MGRAE,
mercnanx i airar,
HAS 'UIW MKEIV1B A FOtt LINK
n.ffctfietoi'
javtf cemmeaeed io to attend drglve inch
advice, to the neareit Provincial Health
Oflicer. When, houieholderknowithat
 T9Jfift!*i'5S ____W oeoupled by
iTtollie
a person within the house
nearest Provincial Health OfflcH
I Health omocr latere
Inclndet toy person
, 5, ne Provincial
mentioned li and      r	
apmlnted   Health    Offlccr   under  Ibe
nb^fl%»n'X^»tt,..^?.t•
iu hereinafter mentioned.
FlfliSI Goods!
MWo_mB 8UITIH08
Oavoom Colonial Hotsl
OJ_kX.Xn.JkW
•s
HfctVto ...
%__,
7a*a case the _______ ot any Munlcl.
whenever imall-po>. ft pres.at,«,
r therein, ahall fall to mak.
In the Municipal'
ol ihall be mad.
ernor by the 	
Municipality, It ihall   ....
Lieutenant-Governor In Oonaoll, acting
.Mt.e.bcompl.l.lor laM.dlKrellon
upon ether information, te order thai
. regulation! ih.ll, tint" 	
.__ -^fa  J-	
retpeot of inch Municipality all the nu-
thority with which he li clothed In re-
—-itjof, localltIN withont. Mnnletpalltle..
rtof locilltIN withont Mu.L.
ln inch cm. .11 dlsbursemc 
 .. ... w> PBjr*aaj,-|n
J lid IS thi Pn.vlnoe, In the
twlthln inch Munlflb.lllyof
Mill riiulatloni, than bifpatd ly
•^mmm%m$&mZ
1888."
Dated.t victoria,thii 3rddiy.ol.Oolo-
i'^0t«_gL
Wftur.
OI.D STAND,
Opp. the (J. P. N. Co.'s Wbarr,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
Millinery,
Lii«oo**CMMroB-oAppar|-,
Batter Kegs, Barrels
Hay, Grain, Feed, ate.
FARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSIOH. I ©NB VERY YOUNQ  ORANK.
A.pi
a
T«ar-*)tt Boy llakx Bis TronbIM
iii*/c^,'!i^d*l,'*Wnis*sttfl!rX
. jash. can stand It, writ*, to rae
In order that his grievances, being known
to the public, may Immediately ho cured.
I object, he lays, In the first place, to
being forced to adopt Farmer Jonei*
brloiile coir for a f: iter mother.
I object tlztto tjo .listened ofa Ilk.
KlatlO*iMSiitive«niByt:'fi,aa.tliocoB-
donsei ,»ilk fcjtmy or the .cormtaroh
mill.'' ■'"'   .
I object to having my itonnch stuffed
ai a rom«!7i".r.". f osqulto bit. on my
littl. toe or.". r. -.17 pla In my back.;
I object l_ penonatln;; a c-iurn. I pre-
hr to t..Lo ug butter alts* the churning
• BrOceSiiiccat'slcted. ■
' I object to being t_m_ by r.ll 'tho
women, old and young, who come near
me, I prefer to wait a few years, or nt
least until I ihall be old enough to mnke
my own selections.
I object to having people ask about my
age. . It Is an impertinence. Besides,
grown people sometimes remember, and
of ages they are opt in keeping a record,
I object to going hungry until company
ll served. For my part, I don't :.c 3 what
people want company (or. Company IS a
nuisance. ' Mamma nml papa have aaid
io hundred! of times ln my henrlrg.
I object.to belns obliged to go about
with my nick and arms bare. When It Is
hot tbe files and mosquitoes bother me
awfully, nnd when the air is chilly I feel
ai though I wore freezing to deat'j.
I object, when I go outtorido fn my
perambulator, to having myselflarft alone
in Hi. sun while iny. laalil sports with
that !oag.-*gged chapirltli tho yellow
mustache and ready-raod. clothing.     ■'■:
1 object to being sent to bed when I am
not sleepy, and to having, a natty rubber
tube stuck Into my mouth every time I
turn ovi-r In tlie ulglit.      .     . ./.t
■ i object to having stntngon make* faces
at me. They give mo nn awful start
sometimes when they think they are
niniuingnie.
I object to being spoken to hy people
wliji Whcjin..." nm BoWcquatJntc* Way
doa i they wait for an introduction*'
Iobject to belinrihe only child In the
1 family   It'iartful lonesome not' tb have
any brother! or sisters.  I wish I had been
horn when It wai fashionable to have
large families.
I object to Ming called Tom, Juit because my papa was called Tom when ho
was a boy. Because bis papa gave.him a
name lie dlnn't like, was no reason for
giving nie a name I detest. I should
think a hoy ought to be allowed to choose
fcli own name.
1 object to wearing dresses and having
my hiir curled. Half the folki think I'm
a girl.
1 object to bating bomd by women. A
min ought lo be his own master. I'm
Juit lick of petticoat government.
I object to being taught baby talk.
What good doei It do met After I have
lMCome proficient In it I have to goto
work and uultarn It and learn grown
folki' language. Why don't they teach
ine that in the flnt place'
I object to having folks hor. m. with
tbtlr .Illy ilorfas which I hove heard so
many tin**! that th.y are veritable chestnuts. ••-,..  .
I obleet to having peopl. humbug m.
all th. time. They tell me what I should
do nud what I Ihould not do I notice
that lliey an not given lo taking laeir
own medicine. What dunce, tbev are not
to know that I learn more from whnt I
w. than from what they tell me.
. There'! lots of other thing! to which I
object.out thii will doforaitaiter.-Uos-
tou Transcript.
lion* of ibo most fatal lotirrfes which
.affl'anianmfa. BJs MStA.lfitmiAfii
^MVT/f^mtittlt ofTxapreiior vacol-
nation, inereitria! poison, unojeanllneu,
nnd various other causes. Chronic Sores,
Dlcors, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in somo cases, Emaciation and Con*
sumption, result from a scrofulous condition of the blood.. This disease can M
cured by tho uso'b'l Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Iinlioritaansorofiiloiiscondltionoftb!
blood, wUohcaulodaituPrangemeatof my
whole system. After taking leas than
lour bottles ol Ayer'i Sarsaparilla I am
Entirely Cured   ,
and, for the put year, have not found it
oecossafyitorufctelBoaJof
lam now ln bettor htaUh,
than cyeTBefSre'-iO.-'A.
Tromont St., Boston, Mans,
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sorei
for five years; bnt, after using a, law
bottles of Ayer'i Sarsaparilla, th. sore,
healed, and I havo now good health.-.
Elizabeth Warnock, 84 Appleton streetj
Lowell, Mass,
,: ftomnmontha ago I wai troubled witl
Scrofulous Botes on my tea> The Ilml
wis badly swollen and Inflamed, ud thi
lorct illsohargecl largo quautltlee ot offer,
lire matter. Every remedy ailed untC
I used Ayer'a Sarsaparilla.  By t*v'-'
......     ....       ...     *
"HOMf, S«*KfTOM*£.'
i   Ih. Late Sir Hoary tsllhop Compoied Ihe
'--'",. Hwle of Tht, Ha* Popular Mag.
Some tlm. ago, when thi late Mr. Corcoran', touching tribute to John Howard
Payne'i memory was a topic of fresh In-
terssttosVmericaa».I was drawn into'a
Shortoontroverirrslitlsc to the author-
' Ship ol th. music of "Home, Sweet
Horn.," whose popular words have Immortalised the same of Payne as their
author.
' It watmiJitiiotd by m. at that tlm.
tiit tk.c»B*«.r ef (a. tatslo Was tke
late Sir Bsury Ushop, vat traits a formidable array of Writers appeared ln opposition to my assertion, and act having
anything stronger thai) my memory to
fortify my statement, i wu quite overwhelmed by the "cloud of wttnenes" for
the oppotitlon who maintained that tha
melody waa a "Sicilian air adapted by
Blihop,'(
Perhaps you will not deny me the Jui-
tl«,.*a atthtalataday, ot publicly ai-
anting that I have now, rlfcht here la
London,come Into poiition of there-
port ol a ligal verdict la favor ot the
clates»fMhBUtl*ila«Oh.tra.compowr
:i of"Btn».-i>-e.a H«n.."«w thus vindicating my own humble character tor
accuracy of statetaent where uualcal history It conotaud.-JwomS Hopkins In
NewYOKSln.
. i ■
Woman Sai.k.r. .1 BaMla.
AllHnoisni smoks clfsrtttas and delight to hold a galleB ol carbon In their
lug. ud thoa nil Host Ilkoitcam from
a '.cap. pips. Ia Southern Rnula'and
th. Ciucsiui tha women-matroni, aad
, even ion. unmarried ones-imoke almost as uplvenally rathe men.
Havo bad, two or threo times, nicely
' aWetM* ladles step up to no Inn railroad
station or on the platform and beg ot me
a light.  I suppose thii aroco Irom niy
having a cigar, from which a better light
could he had than from the clgarettoof
-.another,
■;   IuKorth.ni'B*aflaandat StPStcri-
ffltat3t^,ni^r?r«
I am told comparatively few here smoke.
-St. Petersburg Letter to Chicago Mall.
i
I'.] ."I Oodd ••MoaiBg.
I   P'Ma(" remonstrated Bobby, "when I
wa. at grandma'! she let me have two
piecei of pie."
"Well, the ought not to bave done so,
Bebby,"sald hii motbsr. "Ithluktwo
blttmnK pie aro teo much for little boys.
The older yon grow, Bobby, the more wit-
domyouwillaalo." .
*Stlty *a*«SiSit, hut only for a momint,
"W.ll.m.," he ssld,','graiidma It a good
deal oldsr thu you are. "JCktlitliji Advocate,
■— 1'- ; ■ *i n.li	
Religion and Economy.
Huiband (eu"Ml Way t* chunli>*''I,ll-
just skip on nhiocl, mydear.nnd get some
change. I've nothing less tliuti II, ond
that's too much to give."
Wifo (ou hti overtaklng'her)—"Did you
get. the bill changed)"
Husbund-''¥ei."
\Vi(e-"*rou wllloontrlbute half .dollar, John!"
HMbcwd-''! -can't, very weH new. I
aWOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
AT vre Intend to make application to the
KPhlefCommustoner of Lands antWyorks
three bottles of this medicine the sorei
have been healed, and my health Is re
ttored. laiiigratelulforthogoodithai
Oono m*. —Mr*. Ann O'Brlan, 108 Built
van*., Hew york.       . ft
Ayer's Sarsaparilla;
Prepared by Dr. 3.C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Vsss
•oid.by -UlltuifWi, h)«t«l^«tSbottlse,||
NOftGE,
forpermlitlon to lease the following de-
Mrloed property for timbering purposes,
vlii
.Oommenelng at a post planted on the
ihor. of Lak.j thence north 6 chains,
mora or less, to tbe South boundary line
of Lot 618, Deep Bay; tbence enst 10 chains,
more or less, to' the southeast i corner of
said loti thence north 20 chains, thenee
east 00 chain,, thenee south 20 chains,
thenee wen 10 chains, thence tontb 20
ehalns, thenoe west w ohalns, tbence
north 15 ohalns, more or less, to point of
commencement, and containing In all
200 acres, moie or lets.
September t:th, MS.
LAIDLAW A CO.
NOTICE.
jfrji *r j j ||  ', j
8tr. •■Oladys,'^
LL1 **•*• "" fhiliiwh!«k Sod »«y pl.cn
on PrUE8DAY8, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m,, returning on the following day.. For all furthei Information
apply on board, or'-
dmyslc }'
f.'NSEND,      '
. On the Wharf.
^TQ'Tiq^.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JL\ we Intend to make application nth.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
Commencing at a post planted at thi
northeast corner of Hatting. Saw Mil
4m%c4.%-Rsf*t^.,-i.
and; thenee east 20 chains, thenc. soutL
80 ohalns, more or less, to Hastings Saw
Mill Co.'s line; thenee following the said
line west and north to pointof commencement, and containing In all  120 aores,
more or less. . IiAIDLAWACO.
27th August, 1888. dooJml
Mnsselbnrgli, Scotland. -
Manufacturer! and Patentees of the' Celebrated Machine-mid,
OTTED  i*"V
tfETTINVa
_m>o.
.aa. Th. lara. demand for Messrs.
- -Stuarfs manufaotures has resulted in
very extensive additions lo their Establishment at Musselburgh, In order to keep
up with the requirements of the tmde.
Ordert far Seaun. ISSS, are in course of
execution, .nd toen.ure prompt delivery
Indent, should be lent hi without delay.
ROBERT  ^AJtB  A CO.,
Hole Agents for Britiih Columbia.
-  '*.   :' .dselfmr ....
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
II wo Intend to mike application to tha
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described properly for Umbering purposes.
vlx.i
Commencing at a. post planted on tbe
north side of unsurveyed channel, Valdei
Island, about 2 mllos from Dlsoovcry Passage; thence north 10 chains, thence east
120 obhlns, thenco sonth 20 chains, mom
or lew, to the .bore; thenee following thi.
shore line In a westerly direction to point
of commencement, nnd containing In .11
140 acres, moro or less,
LAIDLAW k CO.
29th August, 1888. doeSml
• 'j., .,'< i.
NOTICE.
\TOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
il we Intend to make ?Ppll«ationjp the j
for
sorL
vis.:
Chief Commliisloner of Liunlsond Works
for permission to l«so thic following described property for; timbering purposes,
Commencing at a
iiains north from t:„ _  ...... „„
Hastings Saw Mill Co,'s limit, Johnstone
.chains north
Hastings San
Straits, Vnldez Island;
jst planted about 45
ira the southeast corner of
thence east 40
chains, theuce north 40 chains, tlienoa
west 60 chains, more or lenK, toHr "
8awmlirCo-A llhe; thenee folfcwl-. ...„    ,
said line south and cast (o point of com
mencement, and containing In all 130
acres, more or less.
■ ■ ■ ; LAIDLAW A CO.
29th August, 1888.    ., »   doc2t
aroxicsa.
I
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
. we Intend to make application to the
ief Commissioner of Landl and WorkB
 ,__..   —ftiiowlngde-
°~   purposes.
tor oermlssioa to lease tha toll
Srffiid pmpert^fot timberiDB
ttmmerwlngjtt a post planted on th-3
south side- of Thurlo w 1st and, southwest
from Hemming Bay, Nod ales Channel:
thence west 20 ohalns, thenre north ft)
chalnB, thence west a) chains, thrsnaa
north 80 chains, ■thweatait 40 ehalns,
thenoe north- 40 ohalns, thence west 20
chafns, thence .north 40 Chains, thence
west 90 chains. ttiAwe worth 40 chains,
thence esst-20 chalnB, more or less, to the
Hastings Saw Hill Co.*s line; Ihenoe fol-
lowtngthesald line south nnd east a distance of 100 ohalns, more or less, to the
southwest corner of Hastings Haw Mill
Co.'s limit, Hemming Bay; thence following the ihora line tb point of commencement, and containing in all macros,
more or less. LAIDLAW A CO, u
2Snd August; m doeSml
COME^ANb SEEI
miColumbla .nil Church Btreetl, oppoiite
ilyT6t» quartar l,tt,M'-lIew
the Episcopal Oh
Hth.
FAHMpS'HOME!
Will Jwcommotlito th. traveling publle
al the following rate.;
'W&mp
...Ml. D US
SS
25
savGood iccommoditlon for ladl.i .nd
famTllat.
Flowers for, title
myfto
OHINA & JAPAN
-NrOTR-B M HEREBY OIVEN THAT
il we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commlwloner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
via:
Commencing at a poet planted ontho
northeast side of Forbes Bay, thonce east
100ehalns, thence north 20 ohalns, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence east 60 chnlns, thence sonth 60
chains, thenoe westMchains, thenco Routh
20 ohalns, thence west M chains, thence
south B0 chains, tbence west B0 chains,
thenoe north 20 chains, thenco east 00
chains, thenco north 90 ohalns, thence
west80ebalns,.moreor less, to tho shore:
thenee fallowing the shrro line to point of
eommenoement, and containing in all
1000*Hres,moreorless.
• .-■;:■: ■•■■■■ II LAIDLAW A,CO.
' September lOtli, 1808, do«2ml
J.&W,
E8TABLI8I1BD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTGMER,
Roirlr Opposite tko Colonial Hotel,
...   Wii* -VV1JSXMINSTEB.
litJl  :■      ; ■;..; Ian la,.   .
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
uwrtment of all deicriptioni of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
• i 11  rr ■
Ooaadaatiy on Und, and unfiled to Fsm.
Mm, HutsuraaM. and Staumbct. at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
,-'   P.'- -_..__.J____U<_J:-	
J»E<>BGi;je, B*piNES
AUCTIONEER.
PROVINCIAL
MRS. E. J. MIELER
ILL RESUME CLASSES IN PAINT-
inti, Urawinguud Decorative Work
In all tirunchefl, at Room-jjit Mrs, Stir-
BKrs.cdUimbl&st,, maraa/TWCtoberv.
Hours from 0 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m.
docfitu
W
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS RHREBY OIVEN THAT
we Intend to niukcupplloatlon tothe
Chief Commissioner of Lmids and Works
for nernilKHlon to lease tlio following de-
scribed property for timbering purposes,
vizi
Commencing at a post planted about
one-half n mile northeast from Price
Point, Homrray Channel; thonce south
20 chains, thonce east lo chains, thence
north 80 chnlns, thence east 10 ohalns,
thence north *). ohalns, tbence west to
ohalns, more or less, to tho shore; thence
following tho shore line to point of'commencement, and containing ln all 880
acres, moro or less,
LAIDLAW* CO.
September 18th, 1888. doo2ml
-'.Jibjfs-
HORTH MM OF FRASER RIVER, ASS AM'CENT
UNDI, HEW WE8TWKITER DISTRICT.
TOBB1M.Y, !^d OCTOBER
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.
I hiv. beat inttmcteil by the Chief
OoimlllaW.I Lsnlaaad Works to tell
by ASetlBti
AT VANCOUVER, B. O.
Sevenl ratre.1. ol fine agricultural lands,
■Itnatl cm.orjai.rthe North Arm of Fra.j
ter Itiver, being subdivisions of Lots 325*,
999; **». S30, SSI, HS2 to 330, 140,1(59,
IM, 17«, 108,166,162,103. The subdivision! of then Lots contain from 37 to
17* level eich; Ihe location of tiicto lot.
Is ihown on the present maps ol the District. :~     _
ns I. tin Immallnt. vicinity of
addend theflnott airl.
■   - ■—" - •iraTla.
WE HAVE JUST RED
consignment of all
0EIEBRATC5 m,
Kmbroldered Silk floods,
8h»Wll,S(!reent,»ea(,alIU,
, .muni otnt, ito. tie.
'•'.    a^-taW*--:
roreeltli. Bitinnt, OIoIsmbo,
Bronte, iYorj, Hshd'slwood and
Carlos of Every Detcription.
mmm n «iry tnAitw dmict from
Hoping that you will honor m with your
Tl.lt, we reninin veryreslieclfnllyyours,..
Awonofn
ftroWr dtifflST,
PoetOffleeBoxNft7.
Tht
these^^ ^^	
cultuM ■pteforne* In British OolumL.„
Some of the iota fronton the North Arm,
and othen are In the Immediate vicinity
of the same,
Steamen run dally from New Westmln*
-TMoraWI y-t-iiot-wr, >ast Ihese vuluablo
' 1 fi lALSQ.i J . •'
Uli tvs la «1t. and I-oli IM ta 986.
AH situate between tke Nbrth Ann of Fraser Rlverand Vancouver Cily. The North
* — Road fro^a Vancouver runs tlUQUgh
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jr Ing should not fall lo give these celebrated Maohines a trial.
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,._aJ cover?;},
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Iii
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taken )n exchange.   Tuning and Re-
. ., , , "2 GovamanmSr., Viotoria.
Branch House, Vancouver, B.C.     dwto
—ANY MAN**-
Who Is Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who in his Foil* and Ignorance boa
Trifled away bis Vigor of Body, Hind
and ManboaHicahllng exhausting drains
upon the Fountain, of Life, Headache, Daekaohe. Dreadful Dreams,
Weaka.»of Memory, Ba.bn.lae.. ln
S.clety, Plmpu, upon the Flo. and
 .r..   .._.  ....
all the ■**.... leading toSOarla^peee;
'si
Vital Pow.rlnoTd a"ndyouiigi!strength*
 „  ly Decay,
Consamntlon or Insanity, will fled In
our Speclflo Mo. 2,1 a Posit vecure. it
ills TaattuTnl Vigor, restores the
ena and Invigorates the Brain, and
tt.rvei, builds up the musoular system
and arouses Into action the whole physl-
Sll energy of the human frame. With
nr Specific No. t» the molt obitlnate
_,a,be oured In threaitonthi,and
reoent ones In less than 80 days. Each
package coutalns two weeks treatment
Prlcoli Cures guaranteed, Our speclflo
No. U ll an Infallible tTnrerer.lT Prl.
.vat. Dlfeaii., no mattSr of haw Lag
.Lading. Sold on.fr onr wrlU.ndm.r"
l$faM_&H_M\JI%°! •» Toron-
line Co,,
to. Ont.
ieLnt.,
lhat -'
thtre i^hmirMadyll
II give .cceis to each oflhem.
_Jllpropertycbmmences alinut 1%miles
south of Vancouver City anil Is bounded
on the west hy Uw O. *; Railway. Land
Grant, and Is surveyed Into lots contain
ing from 8 to 68 acres eaoh, maps of whtch
will shortly be ready for distribution.
All the landi to be told are we] I aituptl'il
for agrlciillural.dalryororchnrd purposes,
and on account of their elose proximity to
for film 11 Ies seeking a home or tor Investment, l
The C. P. Railway are now constructing
a fine wagon road .from Vancouver (o the
i«.'%;i«TOVi-fi7:,nr.',,!,'.ur,
v%tta«
system of railways BtSsattlo.
These lands may fairly be edhalilend an
the moat valuable ever offered for sale by
auction la British Colnmbla.
J tail or SAl.lt.-Ono third oath; one-
rat m III mollth.; the Winner In twelve
moaih. with Interest at rate or five per
oent, per annum.  Deeds, five dollars.
The lot. that have Improvement, on
them, a> per catalogue, are sold subject to
the val.atnns, which ItftKHiatiwBf hav*
'- ■-—id In full with the Ont payment
WI8WFT1M
ing
led
That dread terror, a disease so loti
badln-rsolenoe and tbe most skilleu
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now it Is no longer an incur-
ablo malady even wbon given up by
physicians, health enn yet t*e found ln
OUR REMEDY; it heals and sootbos
the membrane of the Lun-*s, inflamed
and pniojoufd by tho ravages of this
fell disessc, and prevents tlio night
sweats find tightness ncmss tlio chest
which accompany It.  Price 13.
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
OUR EIjEGANT preparations.
Remember we mniinfncture riiidare tbe
solo proiirloloi-H of the followlni* Hpcolal*
ties, nml thnt they can bo lnui from no
^kll&PK THEV m, m F0? ?*"BY
DRUGGISTS. Com-Kpondelicti strictly r0n-
tjilt-nitiil. Coiisuttiition upon all ohronic
dlcen-iH Ihvltc-l., NQ.QKAItCI except for
nit'dlclnrK. All coitdK'ficiiFfi.ouro from
ohsoivntton. TrtrnnlO Mcdlchk Co., To-
ronto.Onl.
I.    on HAIR  COLORING.
Our mngnlflflont iiropurntlons nre warranted perfectly linrmloss. We prepare
the followlni- color-Mbe rinrr shinies
arise from the linlr itself: Bliick, Dark
Brown, Medluni Urown, Chestnut, Light
CheHlmU, GnM Hlumlt',. Ash or Illnnde
Oendree. Send sninple of hatr whon ordering. Prfi1!', !2 per bottle. Toronto Mediolne Go., Toronto, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering pit-one. specify whioh yon
iJ-KyiWeiwegiiariuitofltfiem ta give entire
sstlsfactloii. No. s imparts to the skin
tho color und freshness of maidenhood.
hnrmlof'S nnd cannot be detected, "11.25.
No. I) reuiovcs M'rluklcs, 92, No. 10 removes I.lT(-r Spotfl,fl-itS, No. It rcniovcB
Klcsh Worms* 11.25. No, .12 removes
Freckles, $1,25. No, 18 removes Pimples,
■J1.25. No. 14 romoves Tan, #1.25. No. IS
removes Moles, 91 No. 16 removes Pock-
marks. 92. No, 17 removes undue Perspl*
ration, $1.23. No. 18, an absolute nnfftllhig
specific for tbo rotoutlou, development nr
restoration of the Hair, I1.35, ToronU)
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
THEBU8T,
Is a cmblnod Internal and exter
nal treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust 'to the propor-
^j^mia^^^ ?<
Establishment.
■aaaa mn Miiau. -
CHURCH ST,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Long KxJMrleuce.ln th. builnesi,
	
Dominion Lands.
T*. YOU ARE PATIMO FOR VOUR
1 Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grislng land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from tbe Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay In ■«
large dlteount
Scrip oan be obtain*! tn large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
.     BAHOES,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
on raoM
THK BA»K OF BKITISH C01UMBU,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmlituo
To San F», CaL,
BT WAYOFTHE
Xnxxrxtm.
THE1HT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Hulckerln Time than anyo'der
Route bttween
k7«iiiutir ud iu \\vrn,
flrand scenic Bonte of the ftrttine
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEKR8
TOURI8T SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class passengers, attached to Express Trains-
Fare from Portland lo Sacramento and
San Francisco;  Unlimited, «H| Flnt
Class (Limited), am Second Class (Limited), $15.
R. KOEHL1R, Manager.
... .<   .       E. P. ROOERS,
Allt. Oen. Frelghl A Pass. Agatt.
W.R.ATFSOT,
KaT WliSTMIXSTKB, I. 0.
Hay and Feed
CUT.
WOOD & COAL
 (THE BEST QJIALITT).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Provislnmii A Groceries.
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
sarAsweuse uo whiikyor tablccowe
can, by temperate habits and careful eco
nomy, serve the paMIe it npMKIIy lo*
rates. . uVJalsto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CQMP'f.
1 OlDliEOAllST. wdltPAUHAU,
LOKDON.
INSTITt^lD 1808.
FOR INSURING HOCSKS k OTHBR
Building!, Good!, Wires, Merohan-
dite, M.nuf«cruriiig ud Farming Stook.
Ship. Is Port, Hsrbor or Dook, ud th.
Ctrgoeiof luch Vowel.; also, Ship, building .nd repairing, Barges and other Vet-
nil on navigable riven ud cuili, ud
Goodi on board inch Vm.li, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland ud la Foreign
Countrlet,
fROS 1088 «R BASU1 ST nil,
Subicribed ud Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STGk
RatM of Pmnlum .nd every Inform,
tlon »n be obtained oa spplloatlon to
W. J. ABMSTBONfi,
Agut for New We.talniler.
MACHINERY
TJAVING I.ATELY INCREASED OUB
Jl  connection in the Rant and elsewhere very considerably, we are In a position lo irlve prices on any class of Ma*
ehlnery that mey bo required, including:
Marine and Stationary Engines and Boll-
ers, Plnnem, Malelier* and Moulders,
Buss Planers, Wood Lathes, Rand
Saws. Blind Machinery, Gunsn
Lathes. Hhuphiii Mauhlii's,
Shingle Muc'ilm'-i, r.ath
Machines tt Itoltem,'
Two. Three and Four Block Cln-nlar Saw
Mills, Band Saw Mills, Portable En*
Kim* and Boilers, -rind  Hoisting
Engines, Also, John Bertram
A Sons' und The London
Tool Co»s Iron Working
Machinery.
laehlu'      __._
tbo Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, includ*
Ing Circular Saws, Sohd or Inserted
Teeth, Lubrloatlng Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we rarry   In
stock,
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand,
M -Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short nottoe.es well as Paints and
Oils, Axes nnd Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, wire Rope, Plumbers and steam Fitters Supplies, Ae.
N E3 XV      C3r O O 13 S
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP
Which I vill sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I have alio made a largo addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, &c. An Inspection of my
Stock will satisfy any today that I have the best assortment to be found in thu
oity,   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to;       . I
_r_____t_amxt.oxrmmm__.XT,
dvjelyl No. 81, ConnraiA Streit.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
T
HE UNDEr^IGNED, HAVING ADDED 8TBAM ASD IHONiWOHKING
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinds of /'
Turning, fining, Drilling, Mncliinc Work, rbrfing,
And every detcription of BUCKSMITBIN**, at pricei ooniidwibly lower
than' before.   It la our Intention to havo in the course of a lew weeks a '
BRASS & IROM FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. We have the LARGEST STOCK ud
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. 0:, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee litis-
faction in workmanship as well ai prices. We have obtained the service, of a
First-Class Horse-Sliocr, anil that part of our Business will hive special
attention.
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, cither Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagoni, Carriages, Plonghs, Harrows, or anything in thii line, will hsv.
our best attention. ", ', " ','
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at rcaionable ritei.
A largo stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the bett quality,
foraale. i uiHnam
We d»o keep in .lock, to supply tha trado, all kinds ot IRON, STEEL,CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE* OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria prices, . ..
IT Estimates ud tenders given on all kindi of Ironwork. Call ud inspect
our Stock and get our Prices, and yon will save money by It. '   '
4wjlyl9tc BEID  &  OURRIE.
,    ii   ;   .  ..' a. La. 1.      __l_!X ' ' <<'JU_-—
**J**""*****I
for Infanta snd Children.
"laaaavterlaliiowelliitopledloesulcuamtlirt I ____r_\ee-_C<ile,(. __
I recommend itusuperior to uy orcecriDtloa I -Out Stomach, Dlarrncea,.
tormtarac.''     11*1 Aum-ILD..       I *"_ *«"«. «*"»""P. "*-1
mflCkOlfcrdBt.-iaTOCakl/a.N.T.    ItTsS^MI
Tm OUrupB Ooimir, 77 amy Street, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Ml &MESTIfflT AfflC! Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
rJUYLER A,  HOLLAND,
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ,:. 56 New Broad St. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Bulnesi of ALLSOP ft MASON hu belli merged In th. shov. Compuy
ud will be carried on by the Compuy from till data at a gineral Laad Investment
ud Insurance Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Morlgag. at Low Ratal Town Lot! ud firming
L»ndi for Sale on eaiy termi, . ,
Victoria a C, May 16th, 1887. «fl«*t*
3=
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'8 BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL
Ptl A Tiffim   I2T
Wo nro sole agents In this Provlnoe for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'*?, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as out*
whose
 --  , isoi'
fits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER A LEONARD,
ui ieHui.,un,nmni, „u.l  io ,ne pmpor-      '_,_■___'__.''     A--   M._.   .-,—__. ..—
tlon. of voluptuous nntuie.   Is entirely   "SB* lta   °»r*. nevri-Adwrtliw,
B.R
Constantly on Hand nn Eitensivo Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Slues, Hate & Caps,
Crocki-rj, Glassware, Ac.
'JkaC-aa-aT-sB    Ac    XtOXTm'    8VXTB.
Greiit Variety of Household Articles.. Also, I       ,siaawfl>
OKAIN,  SEEDS, ■ POTATOES,   MME and   fiENc^i.'i$-itiRE8.
.    M. •.—Form Produoo boiticlil at mnrkct rates or sold on commission,
from the Imorlor promptly nilonded to.
Mainland Trisfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE BIOS
At Special Low Kales.
Drtjisf ui All Kinds of Teaming-
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordwood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
•ay-Stables nearly opposite c. P. It, Depot, Columbia St., ScwWostmlnster.
djiute     OittSY BROS. Toon.
ate
STABLE
Dallas Street, Wwtminster
jos. mTvvise,
x>Boa?3*.xarroxi.
riooD drivino it RiiiiNO'Horses
UT for Hire. Hacks eall at all Steamers
and Trains. Special attention siven lo
Bonrdlns Horses. .    ,,^i
com anlt mm
Conitdntlyohkand," THI DAILY OOLUMBIAN
rtrausain
ttery AfleraM. esrepi Sa.day,
ar thi
MtfJIJlDT       BSOTHHBB,
At Ihelr Steam   Printing Establishment, Colnmbla Street,
BT   MAIL!
for II months. ,,.,.,	
tor i monthi	
for t month! „„ ,	
DELIVERED III THI OITTl
itt 19 monthi. 4lt 00
nt i months...., -■•■ • **
fir month........    *>
nt SO........ .„ ~    "s
, nona.nl In HI easa, tuc.pt for «e.»ly
raWttt hernial. In advance.
tttt WEEKLY OOLUMBIAN
inn** .very WcdMcu* m.tnlnt.
Hall«l,tmontha~.~.... I.P2S
SEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
¥or Sal. Z.D.Page
Nolle. W. H, Falding
gailg jpritisli QLolumbian
Salariay Evealai, aet. SS, ISSS.
fiwh Eutern Oyiteri by the can at
R. 3. Armstrong's. die2Cto
Fresh Eutern uid Nativ. Oyiteri,
waved in .very itjle, at the Club. *
A lull uiortment ol Oum Boots juit
recited at Wm. Johnston'i Boot Store,
Columbia itreot doc20t2
Th. atr. Western Slop, arrived from
Nanaimo about 1 o'olock thil afternoon
with a cargo of coal.
As wiU be teen, the B. C. Provincial
Etpotition fund ll growing. More
patriotic citizen! wanted I
Don't forget the groit discount isle
of boot! and shoes at A. B. Wintc
mut>'i only lasts ten days more.    *
New icenery, new accessories, new
: instruments, new styles and reduotion
' in pricci, at Thompion 4 Bovill'i.
The itr. Rainbow cleared for Victoria it 7 o'clock thii morning with a
number of passengers md a fall load
of farm produce.
Just received—new ihadai in Pongee
Silks, Dnsi Goodi, Trimming!, etc,
at Jas. Ellard & Co.'i, which will bt
sold st sslling off pricei.        oolOti
The birk Nmaimo wai lowed to tea
this aftsnoon by the tug Pilot. The
Ninaitno takes a cargo of 460,000 feet
of lumber for Melbourne, Auatralia.
Mr, F. Crake hu jut received a linn
•isortmont of Pitted Ware and Jewelry, suitable for wedding presents,
which h. ii prepirod to tell it very
low rates. doolStO
Why mfier with that aching head when
yen may be cured with Ayer • Cathartic
MUtil. Send . 2cent stamp to Dr. J. C.
Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass., for . set of
thilr attractive album cirdi.
Summonses were lerved upon the
propriiton of th. Coknwf yetterdiy,
at the initanco of Mayor Grant, chirg-
in» them with criminal libel. The
W»«B'l»m» up on Monday morning
n«tmth.'p«Hoa'oonrt.
Th. Brook.ille, Ont., firairdn- print.
A. following:—"Th. Vanoouver'Brit-
ish Oolumbia) iVetw-Dtmoerof—a con-
Mrrativa journal—.njoyi whatever
■otoiisty there Is In being the fint
OraSdlin paper to itius a Sunday edition."
j There would appear to be no doubt
of the fact that tas Bey.. Joseph Par-
kef, un. of t*M«6it fflted of Englith
cMrMWtf.'Ufl'wbowu Ulked of .s
WWier1! tucceitor, on the dosth of the
brilliant Brooklyn divine, hu become
insane."
Th. Britiih Oolumbla Packing Co.
closed to-diy for the season. The In-
dim lm*. all bun paid off and an
luving for thiir homes up-river. Although the picken have not bad a
very profitable anion the Indiana have
made good wagea.
Every wifti .nd mother In the country
ihould know the great value of Ayers
Harsaparilla, aa a blood purifier. It
gins tone, health ud itrength to th,
vital organs, corrects ill Irregularltlei,
udisp.il imntiritiei from the system,
Voung and ola use it.   Price II.
An idjourned meeting of the licensing boird wii held in the court room
to-day when the following transfers
were granted: From Brennan o5
King to King & Keary; from E. J,
Curran to J. It Brennan; from the et-
Ute of Morriton to 0. Lambert The
. court than adjourned to meet again on
Tuatdayn.it.
The caretaker of Stanley Pirk reported lut evening that an Indian
picked up a boat going with the tide
through the Narrowi, having on boird
two mn*. hats, on. felt .nd the other
itnw. Th. boat ii Minted yellow,
having "No. 81" painted on both bowi.
ThS police are actively engaged in investigating it.—Neuu'Adtertiser.
Tke Lyndon, W. T„ Pioneer Frets,
a nt* loir-rug., levin-column weekly
paper, hu reached thia office. It ii
independent In politics, devoted to
home interest!, end typographically
neat.   It appear, to be a good local
pan**1, aad ihould be appreciated by
tk. at-Beni ot th* romantically nam*!
littl. WaahhgtonT.rrite*r town.
No family living in i billon, country
ihould be without Pirmelee's Vegetable
Mitt A few doan taken now ud then
wiU keep the Liver active, cleanse the
•tamach ud bowell from all bilious mat-
tn ud prevent Ague. Mr. 3. L. Price.
Shoili, Mirtln Co., Ind., wrlteii "I
hav. triad . box of Pirmelee'. Fill, and
find thm the beet medicine for Fever
and Ague I have ever und."
Thia afternoon Mr. W, D.  Ferrii
-    hid on the sanctum table of Thb Co-
; LCMiiijc three most beautiful pean
:   vhlah .w.ra grown in hii girden in thii
eity.   They ar. of th. Winter N.llii
virlety and turn th. walei it in aver-
'    if. of 1 Ib. each.   One of them hu
a circumfsrsnos of 13 inshei one wiy
and II th. other.   Mr.   Ferrii itites
thtt h. hu . tree in hii girden that
hu yVtlded B00 lbs. weight of theie
•stars, ihisaaason.
Tnu n A Wins DimnmcE between
_. which affect merely the .ymp.
tottuaf diseiM and thow which sITect its
osum. The fint are useful as palliatives,
tbiiHond, if of genuine efficacy, pro.
duo. . radical cun. To the latter class
teloags Northrop k Lyman'i Vegetable
Diicoviry ud Dyspeptlo Cnre. Thor-
oughnM! of operation 1. Its ipeclil at-
tribal. In all cam of Blllouinma, Cos-
tivn*n,Indi|MUen, Kidney Complaints,
and Fenjile W.aknM..   .
WrtWW&toto**
•wperate w«*aen.
A late despatch from Grand Forks.
Dakota, laya thit a dozen women wore
brought there under arrest from a
place called Thompson Ihe other day.
All attempts tb close the luli.i.iis thero
having failed, the ladiel took a hind
themtelvei, gutting the lalooni and
•pilling the liquor on the ground, for
whioh they were arreited. Thoy all
wear white badges, and ipent the time
on the train ringing temperance songs.
Great intereit is manifested in the trial,
There ii much bitter feeling.
■ a. . .'  '  .   ]
Sale.fUa.i.
On Tuesday next a large salo of government property in thil diitrict will
take place in Vancouver conducted by
Mr. Geo. Byrnei. Miny of the lots
offered hive valuable improvements
thereon which the purchasers will be
obliged to pay for over ind above tho
price of the land. The terms of purchase are one-third cuh, one third in
6 mm., and balance in 12 monthi with
intereit at 5 per cent, per annum.
Cataloguoi of the land to be told cun
be had from Mr. C. Warwick, government agent.
 ! .  m .       	
The tint Beaver Baby.
When, the fint baby born ih Denver
waa announced by her father, Liah
Harvey, twenty-eight yean ago, a pub-
lie mooting wn held in the town, and
among the bther protenti a lot of land
wu donated. The piece went out of
flarrey'a handi by nil refusal to pay
ita taxes To-day the girl. lings in n
concert garden st Denver, and the lot
thst was given her is worth $2,000,000.
Flour, in those dayi wai worth tl00
per barrel. — Tacoma Ledger. Havo
not some peoplo got left similarly in
thii country t
reeillir niululppl Milan..
Mr. Ed. King, of the railway mail
service, who recently tried tn take a
trip through Miuiisippi, said yesterday: "The editon at Jackson are enigmas, 1 can't undontand them at all.
They will walk out on the itreet and
ihoot at each other with forty-four call
bre piitoli with the greitelt noii-chal
ance, and yet when the yellow-fever
fint appeared there ths editon were
among the tint who tied the oity. As
between a forty-four calibre bullet and
a case of yellow fever, I should certainty prefer the latter.''— IKasntnofoit
Crilt'c. The editor! at Vmcouver ire
juit now emulating the Mississippi
icribei—in their minds.
A correspondent of the Victoria
Times in Friday's issue uyi:
An extract from The Columbian in
your lut itated that the squatters on
Und to be sold by auction on 23rd init.,
st Vancouver, were satisfied with valuations put on their improvemeati, I think
none of us knew till the 12th of October
whit the amount was, to how could Tax
Colombia* know. I don't think that
uy of them told that piper they were
tatittled. At we have only been allowed
about one-third of the ictual cash spent,
how could we be satisfied t Be careful cf
Columhan itatemenb. bit quiktfair
and safe that im appnlser ihould alto be
the auctioneer?  . Unsatisfied
The correspondent above uyi:. "I
don't think that any nf them told that
piper they were latisfied." Mr. "Ununified" ihould not bo satisfied with
"thinking.' He ought to Zhou, before
limping Into print. Ai • matter nf
fact, what he "thinks" did not happen
actually did occur.
C.r.il.DlHriml.ill...
Tbe C. P. R. iteamship Parthia arrived at Vancouvor from China md
Japan on the 7th inst., amongtt her
freight being ibout fifty toni for Viotoria consignee!. Thii freight,' not
being lauded it itt destination at the
time of the veueli irrivil, ihould it
onoe havo been forwarded from Vancouver. But the company retained it
there awaiting nn opportunity to ihip
it to thii port by their own iteamer
the Danube. When tho latter votiel
left Vancouver on Tuesday lait, ihe
had to make all ipeed in returning to
Portland, where mother cargo of flour
wu awaiting shipment, so tho Parthiui
Victoria freight itill remained at Vancouver. Under these circutnttincoi
the company st length decided to forward the freight by the C.P.N.Co.'i
iteamer Yowmite, which wu accordingly done, and it arrived here oh
Wedneiday evening, exactly ten daya
after it had reached Vancouver.—
Colonist;
riant Yf.lweHh'l.
Dr. Bentley, provincial health officer, received a report yeiterday afternoon from Dr. D, McLean, physio-
inn In charge of the smallpox patienti
in the Walworth Mttlenicnt. In cat.
timid people might become alarmed
for their itfety by tbe receipt ol lettera
from tho infected locality, a ihort explanation of the mode of tranimiatlon
will not be out of place. Mr, James
Ellard t.ket the doctor'! report and
proceed! to Mr. H. T. Thrift'! nnch,
and, when within 100 yard, of the
houte, send, forth a yell that aome
people aver to have been heard u fir
away u Browniville. Thil ihout
natunlly arouses the inmatei of the
house and loon a window ii opened
and Mr. Thrilt appean with pen and
paper. Mr. Ellard then nail in a
dear and distinct voice th. doctor'! report, whioh ii faithfully copied by Mr.
Thrift and liter on forwarded to Dr.
Bentley.     .
Dr. D. MoLean'i list repoit uyi
thit .11 th. patienti ire doing wall and
out of dinner, with the exception
of Mn. Van Luren, who hai confluent
■millpox md ii very liok. Thore an
an no new cam md uo indications of
thoso who havo otcaped so far taking it
On tho whole Ihe report ii very choiring and ailils to tho hope that tho din-'
easii will hu finally stamped out within
a few weeks. A. ,nuii as the patients
aro ull duhviili scuut and the chances of
infection removed the house mid ill
contents will l.e burned down.    .. ; _
There are area number of varietiel of
corni. Hollowey't Corn Cun will remove any of them.' Call on your dma>
gUfcaadget-a bottle at once, •■-—~—
; MeikMUit Oreita ke-C-penlas
The addition and repairs to the
, Methodiit ohutcli *re eoiaplptcd and
that edifice wu formally re-opened
last evening by a soiree. About 250
people Were preiont, including ropre-
lontitivei from other denomination!
in thii city. A magnificent ipread wm
prepared by tho ladle, ol th. congregation in toe buement of the building
to which all present sit down. Alter
replenishing the inner man thu company adjourned to tha auditorium
where the intellectual portion  of the
Srogramme wai carried out. The Ber.
Ir. White occupied Iho chair and wai
supported on the platform by the Rov.
E, Robton md Rev. Mr. Baldwin.
After prayera by tho Rev. Mr. Baldwin
and the lihging of an anthem by tbe
choir, the Rev. Mr. Ronton on being
called gave a very interesting address,
contraiting the worldly comfort! which
God'i peoplo enjoyed hero it the preiont time to the privation! to whioh
they were lubjected in the earlier
diyiof the province. Mr. Peanon,
secretary of the building committee,
md a statement of their financial
liabilities, which was followed by in
addreu from the Rev. Mr. White
making a itrong appeal to his congregation to wipe out ll aoon u possible
the debt of the church. Bev. Mr.
Thompson, of the North Arm, wu
then called and gave a ihort humorous
addm., The choir, which tu compelled of 15 voicei, give icvenl •election! of stored music, it intervale during the evening, which wai greatly ap-
Sreciated by the audience. The aoloi
y Mr. md Mn. Middlebrook, of Vancouver, and Mn. Major were very
nicely rendered and added greatly to
ths evening's entertainment. Th.
proceed! of the entertainment will add
IU3 to the building fund. The general appearance of the church is a very
creditable one. It ii nicely finiihed,
both inside and out, and hu a comfortable setting capacity for 460 people. The total cottof the, addition
and repaln will amount lb about
J7,000.
■■■""■-—       •*_••      ——-——
Rifle Shooting.
Annul rrlM-MMtlan <r the K.W.B.A.
About 35 memben of the New Westminster Rifle Auociation went over to
Browniville to tike, pert at tho annual
meeting. The weather threatened rain
and for a time a alight drizzle fell, hut
ihortly before 10 o'olock the iky brightened and the ihooting stoadily improved. Ai will be uen by th. Koroi the
shooting wu better thin the average
in the firit match. The 300 ysrd
range in the seoond match wai a pusxle
to mott of th. markiinen and ho good
■cores wero made—18 being the highest
recorded. After leaving the 300 yard
rug. the but match wu commenced
snd the target began to receive more
attention. At thia range Litter and
Wilion eich made 22 points. The
shooting-MtHS'lliinBei following; wu
not brllfiaiit, but, at the tame time
very good considering the many disadvantage! under whioh the marksmen
labored. Ai will be leen by the annexed lilt of winner. Meun. Cotton
and McColl carried off the honon.
'    HRST MATOH.
Range, 200 yards.   5 Shoti.
1. W.MoColl,.; 23
2. H. Chamberlain, 21
3. E. A.Smith,;.., 20
4.: L.e»t. McNaughten    20
t:_mnt_%_f,'ir.i..:: ie
O.J. Reid,...'.'if....; 10
7. O. H. Ackerman,.. 19
8. T. J. Trapp, 19
9. J. H.Sharp., 19
10. A. F. Cotton 18
11. F.Fookt,. 18
12. B.E. Utter, 17
18. J. E. Sully, 17
14, L. F. Bonton 17
SECONIl MATCH,
809 ud 500 yard!. 5 .hot. at eich
range.
1. A. F. Cotton, .38
2. J. H. Stiarpe, '. 32
3. W. Wolfendon 30
4. J. Reid 30
5.W.McCoU 29
6. Geo.Tumbull 1....28
7. C. M. McNaughten 28
8. F. Fooki  .'. ..27
9. O.B. Ackerman 27
10. E. A. Smith 27
11. R. Litter 24
12. J. Wilion, ; 24
each
THIRll MATCH.
400 and 600 yardi 5 shot! it
ruge.
1. AF.Cotton 30
2. H. Chamberlain 29
3. W. MoColl 28
4. C. M. McNaughten 26
fi. F. R. Glover..:.. 26
6. L.F. Bonson 26
7. R. Lister 26
8. F. Fooks 25
0. E. A. Smith 24
10. M.Mowat ....24
aaANOAOOniaATS,
1. A.F. Cotton.' I....84
2. W. McColl 80
Bulls eyes prise—A. F. Cotton and
0. M. McNaughten tied with 6 eich.
Fewest missel priie- W. MoOoll and
H. Chamberlain.
Mott misiet prise—W. H. Ed-
niondt.
Personal.
Mn. Abbott wai in the city thii
afternoon.
J. H. Peice, formerly of thii city,
wua pauenger by the Slope from
Nanaimo today.
Adam Brown, M. P., and A. McKay, M. P., both cf Hamilton, Ont.,
came over from Vancouver in Abbott's
private car thii afternoon.
Two riling young men, well known
in Elgin and vicinity, J. 0. McLennan
and J, T. Cunningham, left for the
uit by the one o'olook train to-day.
The former goea to Michigan to itudy
law, md the latter to Tin, Ont, to
vitit friendi.
Ottawa, Oot. 15.—0. M. Acer, the
great cattle exporter of Montreal, it
here. He uyi tho export Inde thii
year il better thin the lait few tea-
sons, md expectt Northweit ciltlo to
bring higher pricci in the Engliili
mtrltetinext year.
The working mon of Ottawa ban-
uuetted Chapleau to-night for hii of-
forti in emitting the return of Lopine,
the labor representative, top.rli.ment.
The affair wu a magnificent lucceu.
:. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription fond.
- For the purpoie of raiting a fund1-to
contribute toward! the patriotic ana-
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to bo held In this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposite their respective namet (to
he paid Into the association or to trustees competent to receive the same, on
or before 6 months from the date .of the
last provincial exhibition, and to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and buildings ln this city, for Increasing
the amount offered in prizes, and for fur
thering the exhibition In other wayi)i
Tub CoLvnnun f 100 oo
Sharpe A Pnlne, Lulu Island  10 00
L, P.Tiekitetn  10 00
Q. D. Brymner „„ 10 00
Noitl
A. Maybce, Merchaut, Warkworth,
writes: I have sold some hundrodsof bottles of Dr. Thomu' Eclectric Oil, and
it is pronounced by tho public ''one of
the bett medicine! thoy ever uted;" it hit
done wonders in healing and relieving
pain, ion throats, Ac, and is worthy of
the greatest confidence.
X\tt__,ym_,_^_et_nhetCti__t,
Wa« ah, mt a Child, thi erM for ChMi,
mtn IM Bjeii., Miss, thn clam te OtaatU,
WhuiM-aUljalllru, rt.tav.tliwHrta..
Job printing of all kind! neatly dom
at thi Cohtmbux office. Pricei will be
found a* low u at. anv other offloe In
thi provuio*.—Ait
UAPTII* OHVBOB. Agnes street,
D East of Mary Street., lord's Day
Services at 11a.m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
School nndBIble Class at Si** p. m. All
leatsfree; itraniers cordially welcomed,
—Rev. Thoa. Baldwin, pautor.
as ETHODI9T CHURCH, Oddfellows'
M New Hall. Rev, J, H. White, Putor.
Services at 11 a, m. md 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:90p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday! at T.SOp.m, Beata
free: strangers cordially invited.
OT. PAUL'S OHtiBOH. John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Putor. Services every Sunday
at 11a.m. and 7p.m. Thursday evenings
at 7:90 o'clock. Beats free; all an cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:ao p. m.
•tir O. T. U.-REOULA11 MEETING
VY . every Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the W. O. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St,  Loyal Lesion In the same
glace every Friday afternoon.  Mrs. Jas.
unkikuham, President; Miss DbBbck,
Secretary. dauzitc
AIPKION LOHUK St, », A. F.
A A. St..-The regular Communications of tbls Lodge are
held on tbe first Monday In eaoh
month, flojonrnlng brethren .ro cordially I nvlted to attend
PETER GRANT,
fegMc   ... Secretary.
FOR SALE.
/tOOD MILCH COW, DUE TO CALVE
"jr 2nd Feb.  Address
Z.D. I'AOE,
doc20tl Hammond.
asroTios.
In the Eattte of JOSIAH BATH.
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll ' Joslab Bath, of Ladner"! Landing,
has this day made an assignment tome
for the benefit of his creditors.
All persons having claims against the
said Joel-rib. Bath are requested to send the
same to me on or before the 7th day of
November, 1888, and all persons Indebted
to him are required to pay the amount of
their Indebtedness to me on or before that
date.
W. H. FALDING.
New West,, Oct. 19,1888, dooSOtd
MAJOR I PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers on*
Financial Agents.
AGENTS for
O.Bf.diratl.B lalf. Aj.Ml.tlea of
Toronto.
Royal aad Laauaalre Plre In.nr.
.a.. Compaal...
■a-Valnable Lou for .ale In the Oily
and District Of Westminster; .nd choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Penon. wishing to buy or nil eity or
rural properly should communicate with
ut. :
Offiou: Bank of B.C. building, opposite.
ppttotBce, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwaplttc
M-l
Sunday, October ftlst.
1A A. M.-MEETINO for FELLOWSHIP
IU and Prayer In the Basement. SERMONS: 11 a. in., Rev. E. Robmi*; 1) p. m.,
Rkv. Tuba. ScooLBBf 7 p. m„ Rnv. J. W.
Wadkan, M. A. Communion at clone of
EvenlngServlco.
Tlio Publio Is cordially Invited to attend
these service*. doel7U
WANTED IMMEDI/aTCLY.
'APPRBNMOES  TO   . „   .,     ,
making. Pfermi on application t
MISSMcDOOGAi
:«o . Columbia St., I
TENDERS
TIOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A DAM
T with Sluices, across Beaver Cr»k, In
Township 11, opposite Warnock Station,
will be received until •et.her lilt, at
murdook  Mclennan's,   on . th.
Orounds, or RAND BROS.. N.» Weitmln-
ster, where plan, and iheolflcitloni can
beieen. v.tai. '
We do not bind ourselves to accept the
lowest or any tender.   . , '-.;*,;
Forth. Comml-tt*.,^^^
New,W.st.,Q«l. IP, 1888 doelotd
New Westminster Southern Ry
NORTHIRN TlRMINUI.
TVyTESSRS. W.J.WALKER A COMPY
JYL have lots for sale In tbe city from
{GO upwards.
Also. Immediately adjoining the City
limits from $36 upwards; and a few remaining lots at Sapperton at 1100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, near the international boundary,
and along the line of railway; aud. Acre
Lots at Brownsville In flrst-class situations
at profltabl e rates.
Intending Investors are Invited to call
Immediately, before prices are advanced.
The advertisers offer their services as
agents for the HURCHASBRSof property,
and aa such will give the fullest information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any pro*
Ksea Investment in  land, whether ln
llrown hands for bluer otherwise, .
8 Bank Buildings, city, •       dwTaute
QEJ^f
SI A. LE
■ —«-A!tl>	
RANGES
IN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
arrangement! In this Department of
my Business, 1 hove concluded to tell
out my preient stock at ind under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity Is now given to per.
sous in want of FIRST-CLASS STOVES
to get them at LESS THAN TORONTO
RETAIL PRICES,
UWES CUNNINGHAM.
Now West., Oct. 10,1888.      doolOyl
Mrs1 ADD rtMTH'S
Fall and Winter
suits
— AHD	
OVERC0*TS
HATS, CAPS,
1      ll'I
Hosiery,*c.
,   —APT—    ...
ROCK-BOTTOM PACES
Trunks &Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
OLOTUIEK&HATTSB,
Coldubia Br., Orr. TsLSORArn Osnob
H.w WetMluler. a. l',
dWM7|c
IMMENSE SALE
.    —OF  »"'.•• J
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
-OF-
535,000 OF STOCK.
'*sss**A-***M**s*slssi***-»M***g*«M>**      ' '••''J''   •*>   Wl -
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Beg to inform the people of New Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
Atr COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th Ootober, 1888.
"'''•'  dwooltto
J-*". ^JrKj__£_\_.j&L_l____\j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES) CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
>{,?■ BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A fuU lin. o( Spectacles tt Eye-Glosses in iteel. rubber, silver and gold
frames.  The finest Pebblei made, ft per pair) all light, suited. '
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tlio
buiineii thoroughly from nme of tbe finest Horologen in England, ud ilnco-theu
minigad Ui. watch-repairing departments of . few of the best ttrmi on th. continent of America, it a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yean of th. well-known firm of Bavag. k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges aMderate,
MoSTREAt, Dec., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. llob.rt.on, Ea)., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commiuioneri, uvu "I never found i Watchmaker who did to
well for me as you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hire to-day."
 ' dwapltte ....    .; i
|  .  J DRUGS   F?j DRUOsTT DRUOS^J" DRVOB*y*a*4
Asm   ctonrt^ iiaSra.
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGQ 1ST
New Westminster, B. O.
 . ^ ! =S4 ——__
I     J DRUGS   F?. DHIPGaT_J   ORUQS^jja DRUQafcaa^
■
!
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
Progs and Medicines!
Telepboalc Csatmualeatlon with all the Doctori in the City. Call oa
ui iny time and we will ring your Dootor up for you.
Open Sandal's tor tin ule of Medicine only:—Mourn™, 0 to 10.30 o'clock)
ARanitoON, 2 to ,1| Kvikiho, 8,30 to 0,30.
•M_1__TDXOjAJ_a -TTAHtthi-
.   .   ■:;':. »ewWeil«lMler,B.C.*Jeaieav,rtivlB!*!i;
OUT IHm OtTT AND PASTE IT DP, .   . I dwaulWe
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
Has just Reckivkd ths fouowino Bsanm or
CHOICE FAMILY tEAv
Comet H, a fine Engliili breikfnit) CSoIclcn State, a good family tea;
Mandarin's ('Mre, an Eitm Kalsan at M, i willy good irticii; Tajlna,
aniiislwiket'tw^JSaltten's Choice, lb cam; Our Dellcht, a good Japan
te»i Fancy"Belled Gnnpowder, eitra quality; Tasteful,, very lln. green
tei; and other brlndi, which will he SOLD CHEAP.
aWTP-ew Ciroeeries arriving dnily at CENTRAL GROCERY STORE,
Oolumbia itreet. dwooMt,
m
L*n, oj
v__m.
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oot. 10th, 1888.
mt__-\tftm^fi-mm^ttm^tm^-^mtmwtwm_t% t^n^^tW^wtTm       Ocl(
Ai we have decided to retire from the retail Dry Goodi buiinaM thii
now place our entire itock on tbe mirket it
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RESERVE.
vm~m__.-_rx_x:x_tt_- __1J___  BJO SOLD.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
,,  House Furnishing Goods, etc.
sr Ai we are known to carry one ol the largest and belt Mlorted itocki In the
Province, It will not be neceuary to enumerate, An early inipeotion will convince
the publio thit w. mean buiineu, and that the stook muit b. cloud out before the
end of thit season; therefore we have placed our good! at pricei lower than hart
ever been offered before In thia Province.
nEHRMBER-***-. Stock nut bi alalia oatJiy tk. tad »f thiif .ar.
' CALL BARLT tVrlSlS i Sl>i|tii<-SWt|lyEHT irgOOlj.    ..
Tsaas-Undir f 100, cuh; over 1100, leeured note! it three month! with lnnreit.
kt iw ma -w__r
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV-
erics of New Goods for the coming season. Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION; AWd NEW-
EST DESIGNS in -,":"'
Black, Golored &  Evenlnv Shades
Dress Goods.
tVenrest Shaaes in Pongee Silks and
rtlusllns.
Laces and Embroideries.
i    Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household tit Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Q-ttflts.  Down Quilts.
Waterproofs & Ulsters. Gentlemen's Fur-
nishiBfss.  Clothing, Hats, Ties. &c.
WOLFENPKN,
oolumbia sxaaasti'. -'

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