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Array OOTOrnmentPi'intiiig offlce
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HUMBBB 11J
VOLUME 6
mm WESTMINSTBR, B. 0., SATURDAT EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1888.
ft at. 0. B*aOW«,
DENTIST,
Room-a A 0„ over Bank of British Columbia.
HotjM-»a.m.lo6*dp.m.    dwJlysTto
p.M.IUI A MeCelX,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, Era
OrOeu, Maionlo Bnlldlngs, New Westminster, and Van*ouv.r, B. C.     JyMdwto
ITI  O. TOWW.BY,
BARRISTBR, SOLICITOR, AC,
Of the Province of Manitoba.
AjuurraoN. Block,
dlllTte New Wftttmintter, B.O.
m  0, ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, BOLIOITOB, ae, .
OFnoas-Kuonla Bnlldlnti'
dwrtlOU N.wW*.tmlnrt.r,B.a
nr* nana**** aoL%a>c,
aA«»aBTII«*i-lvB.W. •'.-,
LaadAient Money to Loan,
ion Street,
New Westminster, B. 0.
pLOW * MACLOHB,
ARCHITECTS.
Orrios-Hoom K,
"■'   Over Bank of B.O.,
danille
Colombia Btreet
ft   W. GRANT,
ARCHITECT]
Omoi-Oornor Mary and Clarkton Sts,
dwMKo
af-ALLANDAlNB * SANSOH,
'  ABCUiTEOTS.
laats Bloek,
-Ja.um.St.
▼AHOOTjVEB,B.O.
_ ueusote
TtrilaLIAM R. KINO,
ARCHITECT,' .'
BUILDINa A LAND SURVEYOR,
V SANITARY ENQINBEB.
O,non-N.w Matonlc Block,   .
dwapDto Weitmlntter.
ALIBRT J. HILL,
M.CAK.800.0.E.
CIVIL ENQINIIB,
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Otfioa-N.w Masonlo Bloek,
dWBhlSto New We.tmln.ter.
w.
j. wixuaac,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
RIAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
Bank Bulldlnis, Mary St., New Woitmiu-
iKr,&C.
II Clare Road, Halifax, Ensland,
davrnylrto "'
'   m A   TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, Sew Wutmlniter
All eommlttlont will receive prompt
and careful attaatloa. Beit referenoei
Itveawkunqulied. mhUVte
JULIAN PBACOCK,
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
Forrester Street,
dtnolm Cpp.MetbodlitCburcli.
RAND BROS.
a Corner
an Sts.
D"H' BSTATB BROKBBS,
OeaT.yaae.n, Oell.ctor.,
Aa* lasaraae. Af "t*.
OB.M It VICTORIA! FortStw.-,
NIW WE8TMIN
MoKenil. and
VANCOUVER. Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for tale ln all tectloni
of Vaneouv.r and N.w Weitminster Oity.
sale at Chilllwhack, Tort Hammond,
Lanilay, iiaUo.nl, .Sumaa, Mud Bay.Lad-
a.r'« iindlni* Lulu Ialand, North Arm
and Pitt Rlnr:
Map. aad Plan, exhibited and th. full-
MtlnferaaUoarurnlshedatallourolHoe.1
fa-fto
MAJOR & PEARSON
Seal Estate Broken and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation.-...-* Association of
Toronto,
Soyal and Laneashlre Fire Iaiar»
anee Co-apnlai.
T*t*tLValiiable LoU (Or sale In the City
andDlstrlct of Westminster; and choice
IsflU in Ute City of t^noonver.   "
Tenons wishing to buy or sell oity or
rami property should oommunloatowlth
Offleesi Bank of B.0, building, opposite
ppstofflee, Westminster, and Hutlngs Bt,,
Vaneonrer, dwaputo
WILLIAMS   BROS,
land Agents & Surveyors.
run niriRai. insmgiADi
Largs or Small Sum. of Money Advanced
ea Good Securities, at Bauonable   .
Rate, of Intereit.
•--WB-WSfe-**""
WILLIAMS BROS, are Inoonstantoom-
aanaloatlon with Intendlna Bottlers from
■oll.uil .nd eli.where. nml b... .pedal
_    laonitlM'or.frectlna.al.i.
Tkalr chars., are lower than any other
.sent, in the Provlnoe.
OPPICES-OorDer or Ora-vli le and Cordova strut., and oppo.ilmeu' _, station,
fa.'eavet.a.c.      /Va^dapiinil
New Westmlnster^outhern Ry
NCMTHIRN TlRMINUS.
ana, w.j.wal
■avjlott for tali
_., Immediately adjornln. th. oily
Ihalts from tat upwards; and a few re-
malnhii loti at Sapptr-gg*,.! UM on vary
^We'^-"'*'
pAl
pallty, n»r the u!i_o'.
and[afojf IheJInfgriSi^ W; and Acre
(
lundary,
anuaionfine llno-wi., i»ayi and Acre
Lois at Browniville in r.,»olausitu«uons
at profitable ratea     ™"
Inlendlnr "
areola for tli..
and aa .tub will.
—iu oflti
•tranter, .nil othoil,i-.pectin. ,
raHMInveitment In  lud, wbi
fullest Tnforma-
Ir beet ability, to
ipeotlng any pro-
raowr Investment In  land, whether In
ln|ikWd,nrMVrV%l',l\rfe..e
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tke best makes; Cross-tut St -Band-Saws.
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the neceuary VtenslH for Farming!
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Kopo & Chain In all sizes; Pitch.
Tar & Oaknmt Tarred and Plain l'aper for BMatHngl Paints & Oils
inall colons Liquid Paints In all slindcs; Floor VUntS ready to me; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper In all designs; Itrooniw & Brushes for all puipoaos;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all description*, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tt" Special attention given to onion by mail.
T. 3*. TS-A-J-TP SO CO.,
dwjIy3to CoLrasiA Street, New Westminster.
Josh Billings sayss "With all your getting, get knowledge.*' Soloatan wys, "Oet Vndei-stnndlng."
LEAVING VOU TO DECIDE WHICH YOU WOULD. PRBFEIt, WE WOULD
ADD THAI THERE ABE PLENTY OF PLACES TO
OBTAIN THE FORMER, BUT
w
IS THE PLACE TO OBTAIN THE LATTER.
MIKA KUMTUX?
•s
dwJeSSto
j. s. manson,
Merchant Tailor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA 8T.
MEW WE8TMIN8TER.
noldly
BON MARCHE
CLOTHING
*fea*-J2e*a'S SiaitS, extra good quality, from $8.50,
"Z'ovXh.m S-uIte, from $5.00.
DSoyeV S-ClltS. frorn $275..
A very fine assortment of Hat©, SOG.
WALKER A SH A DUTLI,,   > >
dwnolOto , NEW WE8TM1NSTEE,
Splendid Business Gliancel
A WELT.-ESTABLISHED AND BIG-
paying General Men-humUse Business In une of Hie 11 nost iigrli'iiltural settlements lu. British Columbia tor sale.
Terms easy, and a suitable customer will
be treated liberally. Best business chance
In British Columbia.   Apply to
HAJOR A PEARSON,
Real Estate,  Iiisiirunce   and  Kinannial
aqt-jifAgolitH, Westminster, B.C.  dtvocSSte
a_^—rJ3	
GLOBE HOUSE.
Millinery,
Millinery,
Millinery.
Latest ****a*cle - *Pas"tiloae.
dtePtSte MRS. WM.  RAE.
ATTENTION
3294. ACRES
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE N0W OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Landey, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer lauding and good Wagon roads
adjacent to tne premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
f*2=»A competent man is now on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
RAND BROS.
dwuilto
POWOI
Absolutely Pure.
Tbls powdennever' varies. >A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeuess; Mora
cannot be sold In conipeHUon with (be
multitude ot low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Bold only ln cans.
Royal Bakino Powdbb Co., 106 Wall St,.
New York. tfely
WANTED.
GOOD GENERAL SERVANT OIRL,
. Aliplyot THIS OFFICE.
dnoSto
FOR_8ALE.
A LOT OF NEW, CLEAN TIMOTHY
Seed,  Apply to
dwocMml
ppjy to
TrVM. H. LADNER,
Ladner's Landing,
TO RENT.
A CANNERY AND SALTERY situated
fl. on Subdivision Lots 5 AII of LotU,
Slock 9. Apply to
TJENRY V. EDMONDS,
dnottfl - Land Agent.
Tug for Sale!
fnUO BOAT 7a FEET; COMPOUND MA-
X  oblnery, by E-i-uern makers.
Apply to
MBSSHS. BEW1CKE A WULFFBOHN,
djaflto Vancouver, B, C.
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
I FARM CONTAINING SU ACRES
\ Prairie Land, S miles from Port
toody. 8 miles from Westminster; com-
mnlcation by water, rail or wrtgon-road.
-snbe purchased with or without stock.
Terms easy.—Apply to
a. Mclean,
Pitt Meadows:
or to SHANNON A HALL
dwatiisto Vancouver.
MRS. E. J. MILLER
WILL RESUME CLASSES IN PAINT-
Ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
ln all branched, nt Rooms at Mas, Stir.
hky'h, Columbia st,, Satardny. October t,
Houn from 0 to 12 a. ra. and 1 to 4 p. m.
doc5to
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Cliurob.
Long Kzperlenee In til. buslu.as,
W. 0. LOYE,
MU19 Soot u. Shoe Maker.
Repnlrlnf- Neftlly Done*  Cork Bole
Work * Specialty.
•KTOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In fear of Colonial Hotel, next to Raiid Bros.' offlce.  dncltc
Dress-Making!
Blisses BicDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B, C.
tr Satl.fflotlon guaranteed.      daplSto
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINOS',
(LATR OF EKQLANn)
Corner of Cburchand Columbia Streets,
NHW WESTMINSTER.
•WHalU/actlon guaranteed,    dwMie .
Winter Time Table!
STB. "RAINBOW"
LEA.VEB VICTORIA FOR WESTMIN-
ster
Every Monday tt Friday.
I.euvos Wcsjmliislor for Vlotorta
Every Thursday & Sntiirilay,
At 7 A. M..
Leaves Westminster for Vancouver and
Nanaimo,
Every Tuesday Morning
At 7 o'clock, returning the following day.
W. .1, MATHERS,
dwiK-aini.t Agent.
FALL  ASSIZE.
Sheriff's Notice.
JTOTIOB IS H«BBBY aiVBI* THAT
i all coroner,, Koepera of Gaols and
ouses of Correction In my Bailiwick,
wlm may liavo businesa thereat, are re-
quired to attend tlio sittings ol the Court
of Assise to bo holden at the COURT
HOUSE, In tbe City of New Woitminster,
on
Wednesday the  14th Day of
November Next,   <
At 11 o'clock a. in.; Hint the roll of Grand
nnd Petit .lurors who lmve beon sum-
tnoned for tho said Asslito n-lll bo culled
ovor all] o'clock a. in. on the dnto above
given, nnd all pcrnon* will be expected to
ailHwcr to tholr name., I'clll Jurors falling to answer will bo llublo to lose tholr
day's pay nml subjoc', themselves to a
W. 3. ARMSTRONG,
Sllorlfr.
Now Westminster! Oot, aU, 18**.
dwooTltd
$atlj) f ritiah Columbian
■atataar (vialaf, tn. 1., IMS.
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Eleotric omnibuses now run in
Paris over a line two miles long, the
velocity being a little greater than
with horses.
In some experiments in which
carbon undor great pressure, was
heated by the eleotric current, Hr.
0. A, Parsons has obtained a grayish
powder which seems to be diamond-
dust.
i A four-foot model of an electric
submarine boat hai been built hy a
Finnish engineer. It can be steered
accurately in horizontal directions,
as well aa up and down, nnd is called
a success.
From Parisian temperature re-
:#%^ra^.l00**san,a French
meteorologiit gets evidence ot the
existence of a 21 years' cycle of
periodicity in the oscillation, of tent,
perature on the surface of the globe.
Compressed carbonic acid gae is
now prepared at no lets than ten
factories, the daily consumption
of Berlin alone it laid to be about
150,000 pounds. Bottles holding
17J pounds sel) at about $1.50,—
less than one-third of the former
prioo.
The smoke-cloud whioh daily
hangs over London ii estimated by
Prof. Chandler Roberts to contain
about 50 tons of solid carbon and
250 tons of carbon in gsteous combinations. The expense of this waste
of coal is calculated at |13,000,000
a year, while the smoky atmosphere
causes damage to property whioh
Mr. Edwin Ohadwick places at $10,-
000,000 a year,
The African elephant, according
to Herr J, Manges, is quite asdocile
as the Indian elephant, and muoh
stronger. No modern, attempt to
tame tho animal has been made,
though it seems to have been put to
work in ancient times, and would,
if properly trained, be of immense,
service in the opening up of Africa.
It must be protected, however, or it
will soon be quite extinct.
A pure flying-machine is impos
siblo, asserts Prof. Joseph LeOonte.
All tlmt we can expect—all that true
scientists do expect—is,- by skillful
combination of the balloon princj.- CE'iti
plo with the true flying principle, to ~' ■ '
make aerial navigation postibi. in
moderately favorable weather—in
other words, to make a locomotive
balloon, or aerial swimming-machine.
That something really useful of thia
kind will eventually be made there
can be no reasonable doubt
Jack Frost Imitation,—A new
BUZZARDS^ BLOW
Across Missouri, Iowa,/ind Nebraska-Great Snowstorm in Quebec-Many Shipwrecks.
The Great Barnum Dying-Heavy
Rainfall Causes Disastrous
Floods in Indiana.
Eleven Bodies Found in a Montreal Bcservolr-Stcainci' GoeH
Down Near Astoria.
'     TEBRIBLE LOSS OV LirE.
Kissas Citv, Mo., Nov. fi.—A speoial
from Pittsburg, Kansas, says that tbe
i mm dreadful disaster in the history of
Kaaau occurred at 5 o'clock this r -en-
log when tbe men were preparing to leave
their work at shaft No. 2 ot Frontonac a
suburb of Pittsburg. A terrible explosion econrred that shook the earth for a
giant 'tliatanco. Upon investigation it
uso found that 180 men were in tho mine
at the time, 112 were below tbo surfac.
and undoubtedly all of tneai are dead.
Two nun who wan ia tne ear coming up
and were nwr.tkatop-*nretlie odty m.n
who cleaned. . - - . . ,,
fim. "... ;" I
i Nbw York, Nov: 10.-A fire broke
out ihortly aftor leven thit morning in
a five storey brick building, corner of
Mission Plaoe and Worth-atreet, occupied by Oornett A. Bingham, paper
manufacturers, and Valentine & Co.,
bookbinders. The employees mide a
rush from tbo building and in.tho
flight down stairs from the upper
stories a number of men were injured,
lovoral seriously. William Tracey,
Jno. Riloy, Frank MoKee, Tom King,
Wm. Meyer, and Philip Weitburg
were removed to the hospital. The
latter jumped from a second storey
window, breaking his leg and injuring
hii heid. The damage to the building
is *50,000 and tho loss on stock is $10-
000.
as Awnrt, FIND.
MoSTaiAL, Nov. 10.—A special dispatch from St. Ambrose LaJeune Lorette
say*. Complaint had been made concerning th. condition of the city reservoir
and the anthoritiea resolved to empty the
waterworks. The task was completed
yesterday. The remains of eleven children w.re ditcovered at the bottom o."
the reservoir In an advanced state of
decomposition,
PPariiian induitry in the awnnfactare
of hoar-frost glass, which is covered
with feathery patterns resembling
those naturally producted npon window-panes in cold weather. The
glass is first given a ground surface,
either by the sand-blast or the ordinary method, and is then coated
with soft varnish. The varnish contracts strongly in drying, taking
with it the particles 6f glass to
whioh it adheres, and thia reproduces very accurately the branching
crystals of frostwork. A single
coat gives a delicate effect, and several ooats yield a bold design.
MUSOIB OONSUMBD in Exercise,—
The animal body may ho less- like
the steam engine in its operation
than we are accustomed to think.
Mr, W, Mattieu Williams mentions
recent experiments of A. Monaro,
an Italian physiologist, as tending
to show that muscle is used up by
the exertions of the body, and thus
to establish Liebig's theory of th.
physiology of nutrition in place of
the more modern one that life-work
is generated by the combustion of
food. If Liebig was right, as Mr.
Williams believes, the work is done
by the consumption of living tissue
—of the engine itself—whioh the
food renews.
Do Wb Know Oi'bsblvbs 1—The
invention of the phonograph and
graphophone has brought out the
singular faot that few persons, if
any, know the sound of their own
voice. When several persons in
succession have spoken into one of
these maohines, each may reoognite
in its reproductions the voice of n
friend or acquaintance, but does not
indontify his own. An annloijous
phenomenon has been observed in
the niatter of sight by photographers,
who often satisfy in a likeliest every
one but the original. Thus it seems
that we not only do not too ourselves
as others see us, but we do not hear
ourselves ns others hear us.
FiauiiEs About Weeds,—In the
State of Iowa Mr. Byron D. Hals-
tead finds 397 species of weeds, of
which 145 are a positive disadvantage to the farmer, and 51 are
pests of the worse kind, Of thne
plauts, 81 are annuals., 27 are biennials, and 186 are prennials. There
are 87 of foreign origin and 210 an
natives, but of tho worst ipeciei 28
are foreign nnd only 23 native.
Among the roost offensive of the
annuals an the purslane or "pusley,"
the Jamestown or jimson weed, the
pig-weed and the tumble-weed; of
the biennials, the carrot and the
fleabane; of the foreign prennials,
the Canada thistle and the, curled-
leaf dock; and of the native prennials, various coane thistles and the
celebrated quack or quick grass.
Keeping them from seeding- is the
only means hy which these plants
can ever be exterminated.
Corni cause intolerable pain. Hob
loway't Corn Cure remove, the trouble,
Try it ind see what an amount of pain
Ittaved,
A LOSS HIGHWAYMAN-.
Reddikg. Cat,, Nov. 10. -A lone high,
wayman stopped the stage last night anil
robbed passengers of $160 snd Well.,
Fargo k Co's box of (240. A posse is
now in pursuit.
SWIFT RSTRlllllTION,
Acstis. Nov., Nov. 10. -News was
received hen tbl. morning that Davis
Salient shot and ki]ie^Iticlaril Hart, a
totpebted citittnS a*KP*fi^*r*Aireka Co.,
Wednesday, for no justifiable cause. Tlie
•murderer who was 22 years of age, was
lynched.
'.        obsat buzzard.
Cbioioo, Nov: 10.—A terrible bllz."
sard ii raging thii morning in Iowi,
Missouri and Nebraska, prostrating
telegraph wires and impeding trains.
DISASTROUS FLOODS,
. Seymour, Ind,, Nov. 10.—It hu
rained hen steadily for forty-eight
hours The White ind Muioatatuck
riven have overflowed, and low-lying
landl are inundated. Muoh live stock
has been drowned and thousands more
are endangered.
-  STEAMER REI'OEIBD WRECKED.
San Fbanoisco, Nov. 10.—A despatch from Astoria to-day states that
a portion of a steamer's pilot house and
bulwarks has been found on the beach
near that place. It is believed tbat
the wreckage is from the ttr. General
Milei, which left thit port for Grays
Harbor leveral dayi ago, The iteamer
waa due at tbe latter place yeiterday,
but hai not reached there yet, nor hai
the ever been teen by patting vessels.
Whether the veuel went ishore, or
ttruck on iomo hidden reef, or collided
with tome, other vessel, cannot be
learned until fuller particulan are received. The General Milei carried 12
putengin and it ii feared that thete
have been lost.
GREAT SNOW STORM.
Quebec, Nov. 10.—A snow storm,
which has seldom been equalled here,
set In late ou Thunday afternoon and
continued until noon yesterday. It
extended over the whole of Quebec
and the maritime provinces. Two and
a half feet of -mow fell along the lower
Lower St Lawrence and it i, feared
there ia a large loss of life among the
fishermen on both shores of the gulf.
At Malane a lumber-laden ichooner ia
ashore and the crew were up in tho
rigging .11 niglit. They wore leacued
in the morning badly frost-bitten.
One nf them cannot survive. Tho str.
l'olina, in attempting tn run up Ibo
Nortb Saugenay waa compelled to put
inlo Trinity Buy where sho dragged
her anchors nnd went ashore on the
rocki. Tho captain it reported drew lied The ttr. Montreal left hero for
Montreal on Thunday niglit with 200
pusaotigen nnd lias not beon hoaitl of
since. From Rimou.ki, the inst gulf
station un tho inlorcolouial railway,
comos tho story that a Sailing smack
with throe men aboard was lost. Telo-
graph wiroi nro down and train, are
delayed by the mow.
INTENDED TO SUICIDE.
Los Aniieuu, Oal., Nov. 10.—Poiion
wat found latt night on the person of
Anschlag, the murderer who is to
be hanged noxt Friday.
WHEAT.
San Francisco, Nov. 0.—Wheat
vory dull at lll«i; Dec. 1(14}.
MBS. .UY GOULD IIYI.VO.
New Yobk, Nov. 10.—Mn. Jay
Gould it very low thit morning and
the family are prepared for the wont.
Gould remaina conttantly at hia wife'i
bediide.
IIONO KONO NOTES.
San Fbanoisco, Nor. 10.—The ttr.
Oceanio arrived from - Hong Kong thit
morning with 48 Chinete. only thne
whom an for this oity.
Cholera it abating in Pekin. The
nport that the retidenoeof tbe Amotion minister it Canton had been attacked by Chinese when it became
known thit the Ohinete exclusion bill
hid boen signed, wat without foundation.
Tho V. S. man of war Omaha is now
at Shanghai.
The steamer Kildan while on the
way to Hong Kong, from Java, with a
cargo of tugar, was wrecked on Oot.
10th in a typhoon and (our ol tlio crow
drowned.
WANT NEW STATES. '
San Francisco, Nov.' 10.—The
Cnronid. this morning strongly urges
tbe incoming president to call an extra
teuionofthe fifty-first congress immediately upon his Inauguration for
the oipecial purpoie of admitting
Wsthington and Dakota territories
and hearing the cue of Montana.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Alderuuiu Mulvey, of Winnipeg;, is
out with a card announcing himself as
a ciiiiilitlato for tho mayoralty.
Juniot Duny, of Straight Shore,
Portland, Maine, fell dead in bit pew
in St. Peter's Roman Citholio church.
The Genelgflour mills, owned by
Wm. and* J. 0, Gny, Toronto, were
burned. lost $20,000; partially insured.
' Michael Gilbery was found guilty
yeiterdiy, in Toronto, of wounding
Peter Jonots with intent to kill. Sentence wai deferred.
A ajltarfand gold hearing vein baa
been ditoov-od in alatust ths centre
lof Port Arthur and work ia going for
ward to develop it. , V'v
It It aaid that Premier Mercier has
notified.the memben of the corpora-.
tion of the Quebec eivil services thoy
will be dismissed unless they pay
thtir debts.
The temperance people of the Northweit Territories and Manitoba, in convention assembled, have condemned
Lieut.-Governor Royal's action in issuing permits to tell beor containing 4
por cent, of alcohol,
George Godin, alias Kezenkamsis,
the outlaw, was raptured by Indiant
latt night, near Edmonton. While in
hiding on Stoney Plain, Enoch and
tome- companions surprised him and
bound him with ropes. Hoimow in
custody of the mounted police.
A family named Scott, lives in Dawn
township, Ont. Scott was in the habit
of getting intoxicated when in town,
and going home and abasing his wife
shamefully, Last night the procured
au axe, or club, ahd going to bed beat
him to death with it.   She it insane.
Premier Greenway addressed the
houte for three houn and moved for a
royal commission to invetiigate the
charges made againit him. He made
a bitter attack on the Free Bros. The
houie adjourned to Monday. It it
likely a commitsion will be appointed
Michael Donwoodyi, who disappeared from Toronto three yean ago un-
dor circumstance! whioh led to the belief that be had been murdered, hai
turned up and is looking for hit relatives. He hat heen among the minei
of Central America and hat made a
large.ortuno.
W. A. Werril, barrister, of Toronto,
narrowly escaped death by poisoning
the olher night He took a dose of
medicine iu a drug itore and ihortly
afterwardt became ill. The doctors
administered antidotes and uted a
itomach pump and after considerable
skill succeeded insaving hit life.
The opening of the Manitoba legbj
lature Thunday afternoon drew quite
a crowd of spectators. Lieutenant-
Governor Schultz, in the speech fnm
Paae^u* «sid the houw would con-
tlder the adviubillty of appealing to
the Queen for a better definition of
the righti existing between Manitoba
and the Dominion government.
The Dominion government hu under consideration the advisability ef
restricting Chinete immigration. The
nvenue from this source, u the result
of the adoption of tho Chineie exclusion policy in the United Statei, ihowi
an abnormal increase. The incomplete
returns thow that the tax collected at
Vancouver lut month waa nearly $12,-
000, or only slightly leu thin the revenue for th. whole of lut year.
Delegate! repreunting the Moimon
colony on Lee'i Creek, N.W.T., of
which Mr. A. M. Stenhoute, uf Britiih
Columbii, li a member, an here at
preient to ice the miniiter of the interior ind aeek to obtain a towntite.
Hitherto the land granted them hat
been lolelyforhomuteadingpurpoKi.
Hon. Edgar Dewdney will receive
thete vititon to-morrow. Prophet
Smith laid thiy would not break the
lawa regarding polygamy, fl. expects
an influx from Utah, and uya proselytizing among the polygamiati will be
carried on oxtentively.
SALISBURY STOICS
At the Lord Mayor'" BMtnet. Si*
glwd Mmfbe PitsrTMf fcr
all Contlngeiieles.
No Cine Yet to the nitMrn**
Murderer. The Biqodlwin'*
■     Prove tittm!';
News from the Ortenf.'jsjlil
Typhoon.  The V. S. Coaafj
at Canton UnhannM.
cation of
be w.
The Photo Bookbt,—A curious
photographic apparatus, in which a
camera is raised by a rocket and
lowered by parachute, is being de
veloped by a French inventor, M,
Amedco Denisse, In its experimental form, the cylindrical camera
has twelve lenses round its circumference, with a sensitive plate in its
centre, and is provided with a
shutter which opom and instantly
closes ai tho apparatus oommencos
to fall. Tho descent is eased by the
opening of the attached parachute,
which is drawn back to tho operator
by a cord attached before the firing
of the rocket. For securing bird's-
eye views, tho photo-rocket offers
several important advantages over
balloon-photography, such as comparative cheapness, ease of operating,
and freedom from risk in case of
use for military reconnoitring.
■■   a»	
Levi P. Morton's coachman tells a
reporter that he hu mado a habit of
turning over hit tavingi to Mr. Morton
for inveitment, ind that they hive
been to judiciously handled that he it
now worth $20,000.
Tenderfoot—An then many admirers of mutie in your town I Dakota
citizen—Pardner, w. not only admire
mntio hero, but we respect it. There
were five organ grinders lynched in
our eity tinco lut ipring.—Terre Haute
Express.
"Wm, Weetback, you an charged
with having beaten your wif.." "The
charge ii correct, yer honor." Whatan
you smiling about then!" "Ihavobeen
married five yean, md in all th.
icraps we've had thii ii the fint lime
I haven't come out iccond beat. Have
a cigar, judgel"—linco'ii Jinmial,
The condition of the average pen
ant of Southern Rutsia ii described ai
lamentable. Only thoso to whom
twenty-thrco acres of land wero allotted
live comfortably. Tho majority, for*
in
LORD MAYOB'S aWtaUBT.
London, Nov. t.~Ut_ tkn-ttiy
ipeiklug at GnlliihaU to-nlghl w th. Of-
■ 3 the Lord MayorTfi^taTalM
prepared to d-ny that (tf *-**■•
ment yielded to IU oppon>e'j,,«a-»a|P
uucttlou of policy,
more confident ol the
it. policy and honettly bell.'
policy coo'd be '"*
.aid, haal.perha
limitations whleli Hiatal
event, in America would i
liutory of dwtioa.lriata*L_
tory of politic (laoarhtar). H thMatna
auy complaint aplaat a ititattai. at
Washington it did not inrolv. tip. two
nation, tinee the action of Washington
statesmen had apparently ton «M>.
mended by or received th. af»t»itl of
tbe American people. Tk. govma*s.t
had done mnch, he aaid, to tetkeet financial equilibrium in Egypt, but,the
surotyjof the frontier wui
five great power, mel
milliens of armed men. That fast.)
not suggest that, t**).!.-!^ ought to
minuh her confidence m the mauit
of peace, but amid inch
land must not remain
England's commercial
that England's power to ,__
wu insufficient, their terror
would cause a greater lou to the
than wonld any cipenditure to
confidence,  .
TOE wiirracHAPM, MUBDia*. !,'i
London, Nov. 10.—In tha eettmott
to-day Conybeare ukard Uw quuaka
whether, if it were true another woatan
had been murdered in London, Gananl
Warren, chief of mwroMWa. potto.,
ought not to be tupemdaid by la ofjott
icctutomed to mvestigat. orlm... Th*
speaker aaid notice mnat b. givta of the
quettion in writing.   Sir CJiafla, Warren
to-day announced free pardon to any accomplice of the murderer of th. lut victim of the out end, who will give information leading to the capture of the
fiend.   Later Information   thowt the
murdered woman wu a native of limerick who migrated to Waist wfasr.stt.
married a collier whowu killed in an
expiation, after her hniband'i duth ah.
came to London.   All the morning papers contain long aooountsof th. new
tragedy, all vwy much ooatradictinf
each other in facts; they. hi', alio long
editorials.    The  %ia**»V wWea la
friendly to the polios, abutvu aaataaav
i. nothing wonderfnUn*Ju>fMtthttoa.
particuUr ililiilffiil sblaat laTasaui
enough to oburve nrnry ________».
caution, or that th. police skxkftn
bamed in inquiries what, ths* law. a. .
bails to start from aad no link whatever
to connect any of the murdered woraan
with any known cbirotertatiedtoriet,
WHEAT.
Liverpool, Nov. 10.—Wheat quiet.
Holder, offer r '       •     "'    '
*.—an, now annj
war ttrength ot th*
Iti. provided fJS
iiu.uriBta.t3r
LATE DESPATCHES.
THE OAMBLEBS PARADISE.
Nice, Nov. 2.—The gamblan' pundit, at Monte Carlo ie in a had way.
At the annual meeting, held hen today, it wu shown that the profits for
the put vest have fallen off to the latent of {150,000. Th. profit, on tk.
roulette table., after paying all ex-
peine., amount to over a million aid a
Starter dollan.butthetripotooMidus
li a veiy poor business. The treat,
el quirante hu also moved unprofitable to the Casino during the past
year, and another table will be abandoned this winter. The nombar il
tuicidet ii ihown' to hav. drawud
from 25 to 19. The lata**, victim ia a
young Russian lady, who lost dl ban
fortune lut week, and then in dupiir
thnw herself into tbe tea. Th.r**n-
ing prince of Monaco, who haa net
visited hii principality for Mnral
yean, bu been induotd to tilt, up hia
reiidenco at Mont. Carlo daring th.
coming winter ud will arrive ia a
week or two. It ii hoped that hi.
pretence will help to nvive tk. decreasing fortunes,.
THE AUSTRIAN ABJIV HU,
Vienna, Nov. 2.—Tbe new .rmy
bill maintains the war .trength of **~
army it 6X10,000.   It* 	
the Ltndwenr ibell I        	
the Ianditorm serving for gtrrison
ind local detente. For th. next decade it ia proposed to recruit for th.
army aud the Iandw.hr 125,000 mw
yearly. The term of lervioe it ralatd
to twelvo yean. A lecond naval reserve will b" created. Tho polltioal
correspondence approvea thepropouls
iit being a substantial movement without in excenivo inoreue in th. oat of
maintenance of tbe .rmy.
Loan DurraxiN wtu not lowbb himself.
Nbw Yobk, Nor. 8,—A London,
despatch to the Pott uya the lugs**-
tion that Lord Dufierin ihould tuooud
Lord Sackville is regarded in diplomatic circles as abiurd. Lord Dufibrin
occupiea the position of anitea-aaor,
and u sueh it eligible to tk. highest
diplomatic peniion of £1,700 per
annum.' If he accepted th* ministry
at Washington he would nominally b.
occupying a lower position in th.
service as well ai diminished pw and
pension. Nobody at th. nrtan
office can give any reuon for thb aM-
gestion. The awnara! opinion than
appear, to bo that tta'BHtiih MM.
untative in Amelia. '
be placed on an eoj '
Britiih repretental
pean capital. Onljr
the but men be won
•ytcm leading lo thai
mediocritlss.
II
Th. attendant* of Blr A. K' 0t
andSirJohnThWMOBlB Ht-rlS
'"- "*- r*"!J"**il tl.*4li.i Ii *--*--■
quite a tenntion -fMs*.
their preieno. t"
H.rriton ptrty. 	
left for New York to-day. Rumor I
it that Oarling and Pope ntln bom
the cabinet at tbe doie ot next uulon,
tlio former i>oci to lenate and tbe lat>
ter, owing to ill health,  is compdM
ment ol eight acre, chosen at the will 1 to retire.   White, o! Renlew, rmliM.
of the proprietor, frequently barren   Carling, and Ivei will likely get Popt'l
and iireclaimed, lead a miserably hard I place.
«•„■      n   .    n,. i   • /.       .  i exiitenoe, detoribed u > continuous| —•— ——-—_,,..„   .  ,'
CMdrwJCryfor PifciWfCa.torla | battle againtt abioiuteiurvation,     | Childnn Ctyhr PltT*-rf*lCtlterl»
mely torffi, who received each an allot- THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
POHLISHKO
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xcBijjr3srsic5r    BEOTaaae,
At their Steam   Muting Establish-
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BY    MAJLI    -
Pur 12 months «	
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PaTOenTin'ail'eMel'li'i'eept for weekly
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THE vVEEKLY COLUMBIAN
luaed even WedaeHlar alwalai.
lollyoriMl In the City, per year. ttOO
'.'.'.'.'.V.'""™ 1.26
Mailed, per year™
Mailed, {months. ..
gailg -gritigh gpotombmn
Salartar Evtalaa. N.v. ■*,
At the close of the third week of
the Parnell commission, the case for
the Times hu not improved any, but
rather the reverse. The despatches
on the subject, however, have been
meagre, the presidential eleetion and
other matters appearing to have
monopolised the wires during the
week. The examination of the
Times' witnesses seems to be more
and more throwing discredit upon
the charges of that journal against
Psrnell and his friends. The very
character of these witnesses, and
the manner in which they have beon
induced to give their evidence—according to the despatches, workmen
of the lowest olasses were paid £6
per week, a greater sum than they
ever had in their lives, to remain in
London and answer to their names
when called to the witness box—together with the admission the week
before last that some of the letters
in ^possession of the Times were
spurious, is beginning to tell strongly against tho cose of the great London journal from a presumptive or
circumstantial point of view. It
must be remembered, too, that the
prosecution against the Parnellites
is still proceeding, and their defence
has not yet been brought on. It
may be imagined, if the prosecution nearly collapses under its own
weight, that the defence will have a
comparatively easy task in completing the demolition of the entire
structure, which would appear to
have been baled on misrepresentation, ii not falsehood. The latest
despatch on the subject, dated yesterday in London, states that Sir
Charles Russell, counsel for the
Parnellites, has evidence to prove
that the Times' letten were forged.
If he succeeds in this the whole case
will speedily tumble to tho ground.
By our report yeiterday, it will
have been seen that the Westminster Southern Railway  matter  has
■    been advanced another and an  important stage, and has been placed
upon a final working basis satisfactory to aU concerned.    When   tho
people of the royal city, on tho 7th
of August last, by the  large  and
nonrly    unanimous    vote    which
they polled on that occasion, passed
the "Ferry" and "Workshops" bonus
by-laws, the queition was practically
settled that Westminster's long-delayed and pet scheme for a railway
south to tho boundary line was with
in twelve months of fulfilment Immediately after the passage of these
by-laws the surveyors were put out,
work was commenced on the  right-
of-way, and has been carried on ever
since.   Contemporaneously   arrange;
ment. have been proceeding to havo
tha debentures authorized by the bylaws issued and made convertible into money, which should be available
when required and due.    Ooniiderable needless criticism  and opposition hu been evoked during the progress of the arrangements referred
to, owing to misapprehension on the
part of some and evident hostility to
the entire scheme and the interests
of the city on the part of others. The
former clus have appeared to persistently overlooked the fact—which
is the spirit of the whole  matter-
that what the citizens of Westminster really want, and actually voted
tor, is a railway south to the boundary line, with  the understanding
that connection should be made with
Whatcom and Seattle; and not, except aa incidental and  necessarily
pertaining to the railway, an isolated
railway ferry and workshops—both
of which might be highly ornamental, but would look very lonely without the railway itself.   They would
appear, alto, to have overlooked the
faet that the ferry  and  workihops
were bonused, instead of  the railway, owing to a technical legal dffi-
culty  in  the city's charter.   The
latter olass—thote hostile  to  the
railway and the city's interests—may
or may not have been oognizant of
both of these facts, but at any rate
they hare taken every opportunity
to  .mbarrau the  progreu ot  the
neceuary arrangements, whioh have
at last been satisfactorily consummated.    Tub  Columbian having
informed itself as to the true nature
of the case, has refrained from em-
barrauing those of our oitizens, comprising the majority of the city
council, the local railway oompany,
solicitors, etc, who, we. sre satisfied,
were conscientiously working in the
best interests of the city in placing
the whole railway business upon a
aatiafactory working basis.   We are
glad te uy that thii has been don*,
aad that we oin congratulate our
readen upon tbe usnred and speedy
completion of  the   Wertalaater
fluafniiii   ..
Dyspepsia mi Imllgettim.-C. W.
Snow atr Co., Syraonte, N. Y„ writes:
"PI**** tend ns ten grots of Fills. We
are MiHag more of fatraielee'a Pilli than
any otff«r Pill W» heap- Thm have a
gnat reputattoa for t*. care of Dyipen.
Sa and Ltmr Complaint.'' Mr. Chas. A.
Smith, Liaduy, writet: "Parmelee's
Pllb an an excellent medicine. My sis-
tor hu bun troubled with severe head-
ache, but than Fills gave ctrad her,"
What might be called a bold renaissance of crime appears to hs've
broken out all over tho civilized
world. The horriblo Whitechapel
murders, which have been before
tho world for ovor a mouth, and
have defied detection, although repented with all their revolting circumstances again and again, havo
once more been revived, according to
our despatches yesterday, by tho
butchery and mutilation of a fresh
viotim. Then thero nro tho ghastly
imitations of tho fiendish Whitechapel outrngos perpetrated recently
near Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The
Gait, Ont., candy poisoning affiiir
will bo still fresh in the minds of
our readers, and nearly every day
the despatches contain announcements of fresh horrors. For deliberate cold-bloodedness, in the prosecution of highway robbery, the Wilkes-
barre, Pennsylvania, murder, committed on the 19th of last month,
would be hard to excel Our despatches of that date stated that
Alexander McOlure, paymaster on a
branch of the Lehigh Valley Railway, was on his way to work in the
morning, having on his person $20,-
000 to pay the men, and was accompanied by a body-guard. He and
hia body-guard were shot by three
masked men, who were lying in
ambush, and who took this means of
securing tho money whioh they
had ascertained would pass that way
in the keeping ot the paymaster.
An eastern paper, commenting upon
the foul murder, speaks as follows:
The "Wild West," in its wildest und
and most lawless days, was never
disgraced by a fouler murdor than
one which recently occurred near
Wilkesbarro, Pennsylvania. It
furnishes another proof that the
more surface veneer of culture and
refinement which passes under the
name of civilization, is of littlo valuo
as a controlling forco whon pitted
against the baser passions of humanity. Some of tho worst crimes, perhaps a majority of them, are committed in the greatest centres of the
highest civilization. Not very comforting doctrine for those persons
who substitute evolution upward for
the doctrine of a fall from a state of
innocence. In the case referred to,
two men, going home from Wilkesbarro with a large sum of money
wherewith to pay the laborers on a
railroad, wero waylaid and shot down
in cold blood by highwaymen who
evidently knew their movements and
were determined to get possession of
the booty at all hazards. They had
no squeamisbness about making
murder the stepping stone to robbery. They knew that their victims
were bold men and well armed, and
that they would defend their trust
to the bitter end, and therefore they
were not going to risk their own
lives when well directed rifle shots
from a covert would do the business.
The murder has caused intense excitement, and every nerve is being
strained to secure the murderers. If
the right men are caught it is to be
hoped thero will be no maudlin
sentimentality about tlio way in
which they nre to bo dealt with,
Society owes a duty of self-protection
to itself, not merely extenuation and
reformation to criminals of that
class. Wo are not called upon to be
moro tender-hearted in our dealings
with deliberate murderers than the
God who made them, and therefore
the great law of punishment by
death for murder should be most
rigorously enforced.
H. Gladden, West Shefford, F. Q.,
writes: For a number of yean I have
been afflicted with rheumatism. Two
yean ago I wu attacked very severely.
I suflered a gnat deal of pain, from
which I wu not free a day, until lut
ssring, wyen I began to use Dr. Thomu'
Eclectiic Oil, and! rejoice to say it hu
cured me, for wbloh I am thankful.
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W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
XL tbe "Temperance Home,"fronting
onColnmblaana Churoh Streets, opposltr
tbe Episcopal Church, and now knows
a. tbe
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publle
at the following ratest
Board per day. —._______! 00
"      "  week  SOD
Single Meal.. „......„.....-   *s
Beds    35
adLGood accommodation for Ladles and
famine mint.
Flowers for sale
MkMPAViti
VY. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Metalle Bnr-*
IM Caskets. Funerals conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ln every particular.
dwoclte
Columiia St. Ntw Mm.
Contract ReM
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth of ^ Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts.
N. B.—A first-class Upholsterer employed.
dnuoto    -P. PEEBLES.
WHYDOYOUPAYRENT?
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE HAVE FOR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Located, at Low Price and
Easy Terms.
Excellent BUILDING LOTS
In Bett Locality, on Eaay Tcrmt.
TO BE OFFERED FOR ONLY A FEW
DAYS.  CALL EARLY AND GET
GOOD SELECTION.
doeme BAND BROS.
Untal Harris
so oo.
Real Estate,
INSURANCE
—-AMD	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans en Mortgages,
and trentaot all Baitoesi relating to
Real-Mate.
—AQEN1B FOR—
london Aiinrnu Corporation.
Connection! Fin Inturanee Co. of
Hartford.
london ud Incunlro Lift Ann*.
Met Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce, Id. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New Went'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwMl'rl
Our Stock of Machinery is the most complete in British Columbia.
MILL, MINING, CANNING
AMD AGRICULTURAL.
It will pay vou to call and Inspect the Roods
and get prices.
F. G. STRICKLAND &COJront St., Westminster
dwno2to
NOTICE.
Canada Life Assurance Go.
ARTIES INSURED IN THB ABOVE
able at Eastern points, can have the place
of payment thereof changed to this city,
free or charge, by applying to the under-
mW Risks taken In this leadlns Canadian Company al most favorable rates.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Dominion Lands.
r*'   YOU ARE PAYING  FOR YOUR
J"_     .      
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Govern
ment,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay ln SORXP and save a
large discount
Scrip can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
*SJLl*f"C"flIXtE^
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OU FROM
THK BANK OF BRITISH C0MIMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmh6to
Guns! Guns!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition. Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle.
ALL KINDS OF SPORTING GOODS,
KM, HAVE* MHJ All OTHER TMH.
3JTOT10B.
T HAVE THB DAY SOLD TO MESSRS.
1 MANAUAlfARKICHKHHACUlliewbole
of my soodwlll aud Interest tn the Buioher
tliiHlneu so lou. earrl«d on by me, known
a. the
LONDON MARKET,
And ln thanking* my customers for the
long patronage bestowed on me, beg them
most respectfully to transfer the samo .0
my successors.
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West., 91st Oct., 1888.       dwocllml
IN THE ESTATE OF
Donald McGregor
(Deokasbd Intestate.)
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned till noon on THURSDAY the Mad day of November, prox,,
forthe
8. W. QlMITEl OF SEOTIOH 6, TOWMHIP IS,
Consisting of 160 acres, about 8 of which
are eleared and fenced. There are about
140 Fruit Trees, most of them bearing, and
there Is a road to river  and railway.
There Is a man on the premises who--fill
shew Intending tenderers over the property.
No tender necessarily accepted.
W H. FALDING,
UwocMtd Administrator.
A SPECIALTY.
A Hue line of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods, &c.
oar the taigest assortment of Single
and Double, Breech and Muzste-loading
SHOT-GUNS ln tho province, from 95 up
to $100. W. W. Greener Guns.
S. H. WEBB,
AncTIONKIRrft APPHAIflra
New Westminster, B. O.      dwselOmV
North British and
Mercantile
•FI-R-EJ
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Aathorlitd Capital, . £3,000,000
Snb'crlbctl " • 9,500,000
Fltd np, -      0*5,000
Fire Vnn* A Beierrei, u
at 31st Dee., 1887, 1,188,111
Revenue Fire Branch,     1,519,344
£&*Rates an Low as any other
reliable-Company doing business in British Columbia.
J. fl. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City and
District. ■     !dje22to
rfcTOTicrE
HENRY VTOMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AND-
INSURANOE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
NBW WESTM1N8TEB,  •  B.0.
Opp. Postoffloe and next door to the
Bank of British Columbia,
propertTfor sale
IS AM, PARI. 0. TB.
Oity md Dlttrlet of New
Westminster,
•Htro>-
CITY ** VANCOUVER
aoint ran
Ike Canada life inmrsnee Co,,
fke national Fire AiinraneeCe.,.
The Norwich Union Fire Inmrance
Social-,
aaruaat mete. « Real lalate al
ffrM.aaaM.BatM.
ESTAMJSHEO.A.D., IM*.
CITY HOTEL!
COLOMBIA 8TREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAJTHTProprietor
FRAITH BEGS TO INFORM THB
, Public that he has bought the Interest of Mrs, Bonson, who is retiring from
hotel business. Having thoroughly refitted and furnished the House, tbe travelling pnbllo and rosldents of New West-
ralmuor will find this one of the most
comfortable aud convenient hotels, eon-
ducted on temperance principles; situated in the business portion of the city
and commanding a beautiful view of the
Fraser river. dwoeflc
ESTABUBUED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Heart- Oppoiite Ike Colonial Hotel,
.      KEW WESTMINSTER,
r_ LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
auortment ot all detcrlptlont of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Consttntiy on hand, aad supplied to Fata,
life.. Restaurant., and 8aa*amboat.at*h.
LOWB8T POSSIBLE PRICES.
SALE
—FOB—
Sixty Days!
_WJk._B.lxl
Ll
DEMOCRAT A EXPRESS
WAGONS,
Buggies, Mm, h
GREAT SLAUGHTER
 •l-sr—'
STOVtSJJTOVtS!
E S. SCOULLAR & CO.
***JAVE MADE SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN THM
**"""■ line to meet the different arrangements now in order,
and now offer the largest stock of HEATING and COOKING
STOVES and RANGES ever imported into the Province,.
AT PRISES THAT WILL ASTONISH THOSE
TMrT KM TO BUY.
We sell three carloads of Stoves to one sold by any firm in
B. C, which speaks for itself. Intending buyers will consult
their interests by giving us a call. No trouble to show our
goods or quote prices.
E. 8. SCOULLAR & CO.
Water St., VANCOUVER.
Colnmbla St., WESTMINSTEK.
dwnolyl
*H;T. READ & CO.
(Masonic Bloek, Oolumbla Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
W NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
.VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTERS' SU PPL IE 8.
We have on band a large stock of Magnetic Oxide Fire-proof Paint,
warranted 02 per ct. pure oxide, So high a grade aold by no other house In the eity.
■trDurlng the year that we have opened we have materially reduced the prices of
everythln** In our line, and hope by strict attention to business to receive a eontia-
nance of the public patronage.   noldwly
HEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
rS UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRON-WOKKINO
Machinery to their Builnea*, are now prepared to do all klndt ol
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every detcription of BLACKSMITHING, at prices considerably lower
than before.   It Is onr Intention to have In the course of a lew weeks a
BRASS A IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. We have the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop ol the kind in B. 0„ and employ none but tho VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee satisfaction In workmanship aa well aa prices. We have obtained the service, of a
First-Clara Horse-Shocr, and* that part of our Butiness will have tpnrlal
attention. - n  low
REPAIRS, of ill klndt of Machinery, either Steam or Asrlenltural ImpU-
rnonta, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will hav.
our belt attention.
Carrlate Painting and Trimming done at reatonable rate..
for
A large atock of Wagons. Expresses and Buggies, ot the best quality,
"He. . .
We also keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE A OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Viotoria prices.
tr Estimate, aad tenders given on all kind, ot Ironwork.    Call and Inspect
our Stock and get onr Prion, aad yon will lave money by It.
dwjlylfto REID  & OURRIE.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
____-TXT_r___cxxr»___%B or
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH MMt,
ACRICrLTURAL tt ALL KINDS OF MACHIfiTRT.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH WtATStSS AUll DISTATCH.
P. 8.—All orden from the uppir country promptly attended to.
dwnolanS
Douglas & Deighton,
MAHUIAGTUREnS AKD lh**HilRS Df
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES
¥HIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial block,
Columbia Street,      New Westminster. B. 0.
BEND IN YOUR ORDERS,   ALL WORK OF THB BEST MATERIAL AMD
».,-...,     ■  WORKMANSHIP.   PRIOES LOW.
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
COMPRISING
BtlOOY OBAB, SHAFTS,
PATH-IT WtUBM, POLBS.
HUBS, SPOKttSi RIMS,
SLBIOH BtPHtU-HS.
HABD WOOft LVIDIM,
FELLOES, ETC., "JTC.
All the above will be »ld at cost for
oath for 60 day., at we wantKo make
room for new machinery.
This stock haa been Imported direct
from the manufacturers, and ll of the.
very bett quality.
BEID * OVRt%l__.
dwnolml
PB-AXljOa    aaVf
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Conttantly on Hand in Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots ft Shoes, Hats ft Ufm,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
Ma-fa  <*■ bo-ti- '.fi^ttxtpm.
Great Variety ol HonMhold *artM;f-Mlso,
GRAIN, 8UBDB, TOtAWteS, TalME and  GENERAL STOBES,
«. ■.-"arm Pni«M»a****lfi, M martlet rate, or snld otteoMMlMoai ••tOrWrl
Irom th. Interior promptly aHaanatal ta    |  «jf)**to
T.A'N'T.r.'ra   TvTATJiriF-T-1
Front Street, New Wes*
rfpStd*
MANAHAN & REICHENBAOH,
(SUCOESSOltfl TO W. B, T0WNBErlfl6n ,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH 61 SaLT MEAT
, Saiue-r*,
dnoMI
nt. 'IOUS LITERARY WOMEN.
.-   „_____„,        *
HSTINQUI3HED  FEMALE  WRITERS
WHO. STAND BY THE CREED.
inrrltit lleeeher Btowo Writes a Letter
Kiubodylng Her Religions Oplnions-
Ruso Terry Cook. Marlon llui-lond,
Louise Chandler Moulton anil Mary J.
Holmes State Their Views on the
Subject of Greatest Concern.
(Oopyrightim) *
At n gathering of a literary kind Ih
lew York last spring, tlio conversation
ell upon the subject ot religion and the
urious beliefs held by peoplo whom we
mllvitluttlly knew. -Vs was remarked
bnt women were religious as long as
hey wore domestic, but that the mo-
nent they had a career outside of their
mme, they became agnostics, free think*
ira or something else as radical.
It was the opinion ot several of the
alkers that women writers werealmost
vholly Independent of creeds and doc-
rincs, and few—If any of them—were
'lurch members, "What'was oncetrne
)f the theatrical profession exclusively Is
tow true of the literary one," was As*
erted hy a noted newspaper editor, and
•its conclusion wu approved by his -turners. .>
"Then a professional life is a mlsfor-
iune rather than a blessing for women,
'ou think!1" queried a doubter.
"On the contrary I think it Is desirable
jecanse It frees them from the bigotry
ind narrowness of the church and renters them the delightful companions
hey are," was replied.
'But the facts are that literary women
ire almost universally religions, what-
iver may be said of professionals in other
lelds of work," lw*ed another. . TWi;
-fas dissented from, and 0nally there was
tn admission made thnt It was difficult to
ell from anybody's writings what their
iriviite opinions were.
Tlio subject Interested me beyond the
iour nnd subsequently I wrote to various
writers to know their, religious views.
?ke leiiUee woro of so great value asevl-
[ence of the fervent faith of *omen-wrlt-
Irs that tttey are given to the public.
Tb ttie oldest and foremost among
American novelists, Harriet Beecher
itowe, 1 wrote for nn expression of her
allefs, religiously, and bad for answer
(tho following!
a
,-_U__j_u t0&t*<y&>yt-J^
iy»y <%L£p*e__i (fit,
_A43J_&~rmni
"Aa to my religions belief It li embodied In the Apostles' Creed given in tha
Episcopal' Prayer-book. Aa to the practical use I nuke of It I refer yon to my
writings—particularly 'Uncle Toni'a Cab-
In' and my religious poems. I have all'
my life sincerely endeavored to mould
my life in accordance with this, beliefs."
Nothing eo terse and compact hat come
In response to the request made, and tho
characteristics of tap woman an.spr.sssd
tn its phraseology.
Rose Ttrry Cooke, the post and novelist,
aaya of air religious viewn
"I have been sr member of theCongre-
Uonal Church sine. 1843, until thla last
summer. I Joined the Episcopal Church
because my husband preferred that form
otworehip. You will find »y faith embodied ln tho Apottlea' Creed, I conld
never have lived thiongh my troubled
life withont that earnest belief, I conld
not look forward to death nnder any
otber prospect with the least courage. I
desire to reoord hero tbat I nave found
the only peaee, and help, nud strength of
iny life in the gospel of Cb'rlit>, and that
I believe then li ao hope lu this world or
the next that does, not ipring from that
gospel."
Marlon Harland, Wife of a miniiter,
'and aa widely known In her church and
Sunday school work as inner social circle,
sayti
"So far aa my religious vtetti go, I am a
thorough church woman | a believer In the
Blblaatth. Word of Oak; the only nte
tale et faith, and prsoMce, and guide to
Heaven. I reolte the Apoitlet' Creed
sincerely and devoutly, even thi clanto
touching the ruurraetlon of that which
I. sown a natural body and will be raised
aiplritnal body;bearing tbe taut relation to the wonxml eaiMt laid away In
the earth that Enter fillet bear to the
perished bulb. I hold this life to be but
the vestibule ot the temple ln whioh we
an to work and Joyforevir when thne
few preltmlnartea which w. knew as mortal tolls and Wall an ended. But I believe that every talent and good we have
here will have ns. and plsee ln the fuller
life, si-unrated from thi. by so thin av.il
that It li lometimesglven to na to aee the
light gleaming through, Por my ewn
hope ef admiailon to the 'FufMtlou
whleh li continuous advance,' I trust
humbly, gratiful'y and trtterlv tn the
Saviour ot the world; th. Christ who wu
tempted like aa wa an, the God-Man
who la able to uve unto the uttermost all
who put their trust ln him.  -
" The lolomn thmlow of Bit oroll
Ii brighter than the tun.'
"This faith, transmitted to me by gin-
•ratlom of godly anceitori, aome of whom
laid down their live, for It, I have can-
fully and severely teited by all the power,
and light. I could bring to bear npon It,
and itand to-day mon firmly ln it than
narrator*. .  ,
"In every event of dally life, the leut
even as the greatest, I seek to have but
one rule, that set forth ao .Imply aad
beautifully In Longfellow'a Dedication
Bymait   .:. ~-.
' 'And .vemoro beside hlm on tho war
Tn1 unseen Christ shiM, move. r
That he mar lean upon His arm aad uy,
Doit Thou, dear lord, approve!' .._,. •
"This li, of o*une, tin times u muea
is yon jranttd ita. to wilt., but 'from it
yon cal eztraot the germ bt 'my creed.'
Rellgtoa Is io much to me, 1 wonld have
It so muoh to othen that I toy too much
when I trait mynlf to ipeak npon It."
Julia 0. B. Dorr, that -nost delightful
writer .nd noble woman, thus ontwtrt
th.0.O**tion:    ,_>K_*.ti_<.-**«-'m_-*~-
"TouHtmiaratherhardtuk. Ifyou
haduk«lmeformy'nIlglouivlewt'wh.n
I WIS About elgh teenL 11 weuld have bun
■tiler to NQend, (oil at that time I had
muoh more decided 'rlewi' on mott inb-
leM. tan I ban new. On. grow, humbler a. on. grow, old.r, and muoh ltat
tun ot things.
"Two straini of blood meet ln myiplr-
Itual u mil u in my physical natun,
Pnnch Cstbollotsm » on .» ride, N*w
lu-tland Unltarlanlim on thi othtr.
Ik. j the one 1 IbUwIt • lore of forms
and. aymbola snd stately oanmonials
whUh n.-ie oaetiaK .1 m.iympathln
with, and eomprenend by Intuition, mueh
I that the other halt neither believes ln nor
£ uudentandi. But I was 'brought up' In
H the ctralght i-hool of Now England or-
H thodctyand belong totbeCongrogotlonal
tm OliurcPi, tbe ring of it that Interprets the
t    old orc-.ila broadly, at.J li not at all sure
'    that It can fathom the depth of thi
Divine plans and tnyiterie., past, preient
1    ortooom*. But with all my heart I be-
|   lltrt lit Ood, the Father! our Father, and
I
in Christ as the Way, the Truth and tbe
Life. I cMinot solve the problem of human sin nml misery, por draw tho llneof
human accountability, nor explain Iwnv
It ia trim tbuVnu a man soweth bo hlm Pi
he alto reap.' But I do believe that all
thnt perplexes us will one day bo made
clear; nml meanwhile I am content, to
wait nnd to* trust. In short I And iu
Whittlcr'a 'Eternal Goodness,', at onco
my creed and iny prayer."
Tho New England poet, Edna Dean
Procter, thru describes ber Christian
faith:
"No religions creed Is possible to mo
but n belief lu tho boundless love of God
for all his creatures, and In hii intent and
power to bring them all ultimately into
harmony with Himself; in accordance
with his perpetual Invitation, 'Come unto
me, nil yo that labor and aro heavy-laden,
and 1 will (,:vo you rest;' a belief that
grief and palu are, ln our present atate, a
vital necessity of spiritual development,
andthatlu lliiaor other spheres punishment for wrong, though as Indexible ln
Its workings ns the principles of mathematics or lie laws of light aud ibade, is
yet but disciplinary and remedial. Such
a view brings hope for thli lite and tho
life to come, gives ul sympathy with
every human being, aud makei God Indeed our Father. Mon and mon at the
world liecomet enllghtiuid, it tend! on
this broad, natural bails to unity of
thought and wonhip."
Mary J. Holmes, tho lamoni norillst,
thus writes:
"If, instead ot uking for my religion,
views you had aiked. what I bellive, I
thlnkl.hould at once hav. commenced
the Apostles' Creed, whioh I npeat ln
church so t ".en.
"I believe ln Ood, the Father Almighty,
maker of li-nven and earth, and ln Jmu.
Christ, his only tin, our Lord.
"Born in Niw England and Hand by
strictly orthodox parent., I wai taught'
that ninny thine! which most young people like nnd do were wicked,and although
these rigid ideas havo been softened down
I nm glad fcr the early training which
lias liud a restraining influence on my
whole life, lam a communicant of tlio
Episcopal Church and know Unit a hand
li leading me avblch will not let ine fall If
I cling to it with faith, as I am trying to
do."
' Louiso Chandler Moulton let! othoro
ipenk her words for her.  She says:
"I can, perhaps, best answer your question concerning my religious fulth by
three quo. .lions, with whioh I am ln
sympathy.  Tho first Is from Tennysont
" 'Oil yet wo trust that somehow good
Will bo tho tlnnl ucral ot 111-
Tii imnns of nature, Bins ot will,
Dofeets ot doubt, and tutnts of blood.
"'That nothing walks with aimless festl
That no ono life shall ba ile.lruyod.
Or fiii-t ns rubbish to tho vol,!,
Whon God hath matlu tho pllo eomploto.'
"The'second Is from Darwin, who wan
wont to say:       •■      ■'■''■*
"'Wo. cannot know tho unknown, but we
can do our duty.'
"And the third Is from Stevenson, who
writes of Fleemlng Jenklu that he U3cd
to say:
"'Aman muat bo olthor very wlso or T?ry
vain to venture to break with any Kiniomlljr
reticlvuil idea of ethics.'
"These quotations will nvenl to you
that I reverenco the moral laws fouiuleil
on tho teaching and experience of the imst,
that I am conscious of my own blindness as to the meaning nnd ilrstlnr of llfe,
and that I trust only in that God who
Is love.   . LiuitAC.Hou.owA'.'.
Tlio Dearth of Native Clergymen.
Ono cannot helpbelngat'toiilslied tit the
number of lending clergymen in New
York who have been bron lit over here
from, abroad to fill the pulpits of our
fashionable churches. PTake a few f.ictu.
lu my boyhood the leading elorgyinuii of
Iho Episcopal denomination hero wiis t'ui
Kev, Dr. Tyng, an American by birth;
but now that place Is held by a<i Englishman of recent Immigration. Tliu leading
clergyman of the Presbyterian denomination wasthe Rev. Dr. Spring, American
by birth; but now that place is held by
the Kev. John Hall, a Belfast Irishman,
discovered by Robert Bonuer. Tho lending clergyman ot the Cougro:;aihui.-iUwt
denomination was the Rev. Hi; Joai-;ih
Thompson, an American by birth: but
now the same place la held by the Kev.
Dr. Taylor, a Scotchman, brought lioro
a. Mr, Thompson's successor lu the Tabernacle. The leading clergyman of the
Unitarian Church waa the Kev. Dr. Bellows, a born American; but now that
placets held by the R»v. Rolurt Collycr,
nu Englishman who came over here some
years ago. Tho leading clergyman of the
Dutch Reformed Church was the Rev.Dr.
Vermilyca, ot old American stock; but
now. the plaoe ti held by the Kov. Dr.
Ormlston, a large-headed Scotclnnaiiiavlio
camo to this oountry "nnder contract."
It we go down from such famous men as
those just named tothe lcsiier lights df
the New York pulpit, we Hud tho change
ln thuaaiiieillrectlontobo Bill! -more remarkable. Almost every year cleruy mi!.
an brought over from tie British Isle.
for some of our ohureafel.
Why this dearth of oocqitable clergymen
of American birth .In these days, when
they used to be io abuuilant in other
timet) Then Is no suoh scarcity ii(
ability and eloquence In politics or tlio
law as to compel us to Import a supi'lr
tromabroad;whyahonlMine basesrciiy
of talent ln tho pulpit I We have plemy
of theological schools for training clergymen of all denominations, ami loreiul
thousands of young theologians who
ought to be well equipped must lie ttirntal
out from themevery year. Tlicpro'cs»t>ii,.
ln these institutions eannot be lens -cii.t-
peteut thall thoso In similar InMl'iilhmH
abroad, and it cannot ho ntliuii ted f luit
tho pupil, an anywna Interim to tlm*
who nn preparing for tbo clerical profession lu Great Britain. There Is some-
thing incomprehensible lu this Imslties..
The salaries paid to tbe )eiiillti<r light!
are large, and the clergy enjoy many *r-
qillsltes which highly Increase their
emoluments. Beiidei tht financial Inducements the men of the elm li enjoy n
social standing, with opportunities df
winning fame, such u are uot easily
secured In other vocations.
JOB* BWIKTOX.
■       i . i"
Th. Drawback to the Plac*.
"1 lay, itranger," tald apamngtr, la
tha train stopped at a smnll Nebratka
itation, "li there any thow lu thli town
In the nal eitate line for a man who hu
got big money to Invest!"
"Show," repeated Iho cltlten; "he can
double It every twenty-four hours,"
"You don't say lol What', that awful
noise down the .tnetf"
8 "That's our new bran baud."
) "Well, I guess I won't git oB,!'
_u_i         I,
Mixed Metaphor*. '
It wu a New-England deacon who aaldi
•'We an thankful for on. spark bt
grace, and an oonfldent that it will be
watered," jit.
But It was a miniiter wba on. day announced to bla congregat'oui**_
"You will be sorry to hear that the lit*
.tie chunk at, Janesvillo Is ono. store
totted npon the waves, a sb***, without.
.hepherd."—Boston Youth's Ocapanlcc.
'.'       ',       '    '___$>. ■
__ Kmtp.tt Iatni.u.
A gentleman Wtbis city had .member :
ot hll family nervous .and sick, aad to
nn intrusion from the ntighbon pnt up
• ilgn on hi. front doort
"There's sickness lu tblt houMl"
A German on the oppoiite tide of the
Stmt bid hi. wife die, and taking th.
cue from hit neighbor oppoiite potted oi
hll front door: _,
"Then'i dtadacu In henl"-OiWego
nme*. J-,
Couiliu Ought To Marry, It Tbej Can.
A correspondent want! to know "Ought
cousins to marry!"
Why, certainly; all tbe other relaMvu
get married; why shouldn't a ctrutln
marry l-Burllngton H.wk-Eye.
Scrofula
Is ono ot tho most fatitl Hconrges which
aOlict iiiaukiiid. It is ofton inherited,
but may lm the result of improper vaccination, mercurinl poison, uncteanliness,
andvarlotiaothercauses. ChronicSores,
Ulcers, Ahscosacs, Cancerous Humors,
and, in some cases, Sraaciation and Consumption, result from a scrofulous condition of the blood. This disease can be
cured hy the use of Ayor's Sarsaparilla.
I inliuriteilaBcrofuloiiB condition of the
blood, which caused a derangement of my
wholo system. After taking less than
[our bottles of Ayor's Sarsaparilla I am
Entirely Cured
and, for the past year, have not found it
necessary to use any medicine whatever.
I am now in better health, and stronger,
than eyer before.- O. A. Willaid, __U
Tremont St,, Boston, Mass.
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sore*
for five years; but, after using a few
bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the sorei
healed, aud I have now good health.-*
Elizabeth Warnock, M Apploton street*,
Lowell. Muss.
Somo months ago I was troubled wits
Scrofulous Sores on my leg. The llmt
was badly swollen and Inflamed, and th(
lores discharged largo quantities of offen-
live matter. Every remedy failed unt£
[ used Avar's Sarsaparilla. By taklnj
three bottles of this medicine the soret
have been heated, and my health is re
stored. I am grateful for the good it hat
done me.—Kirs. Ann O'Brlan, 168 Bull!
van St., Kew York. . ft
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PraHred by Dr. J. 0. Ayer fc Co., Lowell, Thfmi
Sold fay all DrutirUU.  I'rioeaij ■libouitw,!*
4200 REWARD!
WHEREAH CERTAIN PARTIES lmve
been vecre'ly wring Pyiiiiinlto or
other oxploHlvca ln diverting the water
from Vedder Creek and maklntrii channel leading Into Ihe Luck-n-kuck Itiver
from Veituer Creek, thereby cauHhigim
Increase of water in the Luck-a*knck
River;
We, tbo uinIf-rHipnoi!, ofl'ci' Two Hun*
tlretl Dollar*) Reward for mic-li evidence an
will lead to the conviction of sum parllex,
Houatio Wkbu,  A. C. Wei.m, A. ft.
VRDURR, WM, ItHAXCIIPLOWKK, P.011T.
RTKVRNHON,  Til. RWEKTMAN,   MRS. 3.
•j »* Evass, s. im-atiin.Ta, U. T. HianiNsoN*.
November 1,1888. riwnolml
SIGHTv.|UNDNESS
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Recommended by Lending  Oeullsls in
America.
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The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
T\R. JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC 8YS-
1/ tarn of MedlelneH cures Paralysis,
SlIndncBr], DeafnouH, llheuiniillt-in, AHth-
mn, Neuralgia, Bronchi I If. Cutiirrti, Ery-
Bipcliiri, Uright's Disease1, Heart DlHeiwo,
Dropsy, and all chronic complittAtx, Pe-
vers.Small Pox, Piles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Diptherlii, Cnnuer, Cotimiinpllou, Epllaii-:
sy, Ulcerallon of Done, Whooping Cough,'
Cholera Infantum,Croup,ProlaiisusUteri,
nnd all female complaints, the system
In simple. The medicine rebuilds tbe diseased cells and tissues of thtt budy with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
ments.Organlc Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared In the body by the
glands. For sale by
dOuuto
M. DE8BRISAY.
NOTICE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after datowo tntend.meking application to the Chief Commission*
erof Lands and Works for permission to
purahase tho following desarihed lands,
situate In Coast District, British Columbia, on Valdes Island!
1. Commencing al the S. W. corner of
Lot 34, Range 1; thenco north 22 chains,
west 03 chains, to east boundary of Lot 17:
south 80 ehalns. to north boundaryof Lot
10; east 89 chains, to shore line ot Hoskyni
Inlet: tbence northerly, following shore1
line to pointof commencement-containing 565 seres.
£ Commenelng at the N. E. corner of
Tract No, l. as above; thenee north along
west boundary of Lot 84,41 chains, to the
St. W. corner ot Lot 84; tbence east 5
chains, to ttie shore line of Village Bay
Lake; thence northerly along west shore
line of Village Bay Lake, about 40 ohalns.
to a point where our Lease L crosses said
lake: thence west 66 chains and 87 links,
south 80 ehalns, east 68 ehalns, to point of
commencement—containing -flO acres.
8. Commencing at tho N. W. corner of
Traot No. 1, as above; thenee north 80
chains, went 40 chains, south so chains,
east 40 ebaltn-^ontnlnlng 820 aores.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
By their Agent, Chakm-s E. Woons.
New West, B, 0., Oct. 81,1888.       dnolm2
Ml McRAE,
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Ovcrcoatlng.Troust Tins mul
Fancy Vesting.
tr We keep a lane lind select slntik of
everything.Hint Is fount! In any tllvt-oliiHs
Tailoring Ettulillslinioiit.
Opposite Oolonul Hotsl
Coluhbu St.,  ■ Niw Westminsteii.
damihttte
MUSIC.
MHR J. A. GORI10N, CORNER ItOY-
al Avenuo and St. Andrew's Ht, (late
nndon, Knglnnd), deaires Pupils for
Singing and pianoforte. Lessons given at
pupils' residence if preferred. Terms very
moderate, doc81w2
Ing
I*rOTIOE
OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Sixty days after dale 1 intend mak-
g application to the chief Commission-
- of Idinds and Works to purchase twelve
(12) acres, more or less, of pastornl land,
described as follows: Beluga-small Island
off Shelter Point, on Southeast side uf (he
entrance to Gillies Bay, Texada Island,
New Westminster District,
ARCHIBALD DICK.
October 20th, 1888. doc24m2
I
-fcTOTIO-E*.
OTICE IS nEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have applied to the Honorable
._e Minister of the Interior for a license
to out and .carry nway timber from tho
following described lands, situated In
Now Westminster District, B. 0., on (he
southerly side of Harrison lako, and about
twenty miles from Harrison hot springs:
Commencing at a post planted on Halfway Point, marked H. B. Mill; thenoe
north, 70 deg. west, 80chains; thenco smith
■JO chnlns to a post; thonce wcbI. 100 chains
to a post marked N. W. post, H. S, Mill:
thenco 20 chains south-west to u post
marked S. W. post, H. S. Mill; thonce ao
ohalnseast to a post marked ft. E, post,
H. ft. Mill; thenco along the lake shore to
placo of commencement-containing 000
acres, more or less.
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Maktin A Son.
Dated October 8,1888. doclOml
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HERKIJY GIVEN THAT
thirty days lifter rime wt< Intend to
upply to tliu Cliii'f Commtt-slonei*of Lands
iui.1 Works for permlvslon to luiir-i- tor
timber piirposL'S thu fo lowing da>crM>ed
lands, Rltuateri In New Wcstmlm-ter Dls-
trtot, B. C, on the Houlhcrlyslrie uf Harrison hike, and about iwciuj* iiilli-n from
Harrison hoi springs;
Commencing ttt n post planted at iho
Bouth-weBt coiner of Plot No. One [11 of
Martin A Sim's application forthelini-
rlson Haw Mills, dated September 211 h,
1888, post intirlred H. ft. Mill; thence 1U0
chains north, 70 dog. went, to u post marked S. W. post, H. ft. Mill; thenee 20chains
north-eilst to n post marked N, W. post,
H. S. Mill: IlK'iico cast till chains to a post
marked N. K..pbRl, U.S. Mill; thonco 40
chains soutli to place of commencement
—containing about 800 acres.
HAUUISO.N HAW MILLS,
Jos, M Aim N A SON.
Dated OctobarS, 188H. doclOml
X^'OTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after dato we Intend making
application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands A Works for permission to purchase the following described lands ln
Coast District, Province of British Columbia:
No. l.-Commencliig at tbe N. E. corner
of Lot 84, Range 1 (Valdei* Island); thenoe
east ten (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn inlet, theneo northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn inlet and Village
bay to the B.E. corner of Lot84, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement —containing about 80
aores.
No. 2—Thp small Islnnd lying at the
head of Village bay, Valdes Island, containing about one (1) acre.
New West., B, C, Hopt. 10,1888,
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent, 	
dsellm2 CnABLKS E. Woods,
NOTIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we have made application to the
Honorable the Minister of the Interior of Canada, for a least*, for timbering purposes, on the following described inn-is of lnnd situated In the
DlBlrletof Now Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vls.-Commenalng at a
post marked J. G. R. and J. McL, 120
ohalns, about northwest from the outlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining thn Brunette
Sawmill Company's application; thence
Ssst 240 choins, naore or less, to a post
Urked J. G. R. and J. MoL.,S.W.i thenco
north 80 chalnB to a post marked J. G. R.
and J. McL.,N.E,; thence-west 240 chains,
more or less, to a post marked J. G. R.
and J. McL., N. W.; thenee south 100
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. McL., S.E.; thetice east 40
ehalns, more or less, to a post marked J.
G.R. and J. McL., 8. E.[ thenoe sonth 80
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G.R, and J. MoL., S. W.; thenco oast10
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J.
a R. and J. MoL.. S. E.; thenoe south 210
chains,more or loss.toappst marked J.
G.R.and J, McL.,S. W.; thenee east 830
ohalns, moro or loss, to a post marked J.
G. It. and J, MoL.,8. E,; thonco north 160
chains, more or less, to n post marked J.
G R. and J. MoL., near Brunette Sawmill
Co's application; thonce along said application to tho place of commencement
Also Section 81, the wost half of Section
45, and the east half of Section 27, all ln
Township Twelve (12), District of New
Weitminster, Provlnoe of British Columbia.
JAMES G. ROSS,
JAMES MCLAREN.
By their Agent,
O. D. Rand.
New West., B.C„28th Aug., 1888.  dlmldoo
NOTICE.
TENDERS ARE INVITED l-OR THE
North-west ounrtor-soelloii of Section
li, Township r>. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders will
be received up to noon, Novkmbeii 21st,
18SB. To be sent to
J. ELL WOOD,
Administrator for Estate of James Mums
(Deceased).
Now Westminster,
Or to W. NOilMAN l'OLB.Q.O.
  doo22ld     	
VICTORIA BA.
Tlie Largest and Finest Selection of
PIANOS A ORGANS
In British Columbia, from tbe Best
Makers In tho World,
STEJCK
Mason & Hamlin.
nAl s A CO.. New York.
MlHUBERT A CO., New York.
HOKD and ItOSKMKM. Berlin.
DOMINION. UO.VIKU1 A othor Pianos,
•jva. Pianos from tM upwards; Organs
from m upwards. Old Instruments
taken In exchange. Tuning and Repairing.
■   a-BC.   a^XSaX"'4QZtS.
72 CioVCltNJIENT ST., VlOlOHIA.
Branch Houso, Vancouver, R.C.     d*tc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
upplietttlon will be marie nt tho next
session of the purl lament of Canada far
an net to Incorporate n company fnr the
purpoRO of constructing, equipping, maintaining and opei-iiiing a line of railway
from the Cily of VIAtorlit, ItrltiBh Colum
liiu, to some point or points ut or near
Shoal Harbor and Swtirtii Buy, North
Sannleh, Vanoouver Island, and of extending the said railway by ferry communications from the said points toallor
nny of the following points on the mainland of British Columbia, vl-*: To somo
point or piece at or near Gai ry Point, Lulu
Island, as woll as to some other point ou
the south side of Fraser River at or near
Canoe Pass and to somo other point at or
near Point Roberts and also of constructing, maintaining and operating one or
more lines of railway from any or all of
the aforesaid points on the Bald mainland
to the cities of Vancouver and New Westminster and to tho International Boundary line so as to connect with the Canadian Pacific Railway or any branch thereof and with the railway system of the
United States with the usual powers to
build, own and operate a telegraph or
telephone line, or both In connection with
the above mentioned lines and ferry, and
all necessary bridges and ferries and to
build own and operate steam and other
vessels and to take and acquire lands for
the right of way, station grounds and other
necessities and to acquire lands or other
bonuses or aids from tbe Government of
the Dominion of Canada or any Local
Government or Municipality Corporation
or person to assist in the construction of
the said railway and ferries and to make
traffic and othor arrangements with other
railway or otber companies and for all
other usual and necessary powers, rights
and privileges. YATES A JAY.
dooS0m2    Solicitors for the Applicants.
J.II8 WISE'S
OLD STAND,
0pp. the V. P. If. Cc's Wtaarr,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
CLOTHING!
Millinery-
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries, Crockery, Cordage, &c.
Butter Kegs, Barrel-,
Hay, Grain, Feed, Ac.
FARM  PRODUCE
mil-HHT OR 801,1) ON COMMISSION.
_rjk__x____ ■vtrxnxt,
FKONTSTnEKT,     -     NEW WKSTIIIKBTIM.
dinrStml
MACHINERY
H
AVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In the East and else
where very considerably, we are In a position to glvo prices on any class of Machinery that mey be required, Including:
Harriion at Springs, B.C.
HEALTH AID PMAfiVRK KKS0RT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
Hwlmrtag. YaMrniitl ITlr-ii.- Baths,
With experienced Attendants.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT   SEPARATE.
Terms* 11.80 to 93.00 per -lay.
Only 8 miles from Agassis station, C. P.
R. Reduced B.R,and Steamboat rates.
Excursion rates good for HO days from
Westminster to Agassis Station and return, 15. Saturday exourslpn rate, good
until following Monday, 12.6ft. Comfort-
able Stages meet all trains. Tickets oan
taC4MMlllR.iI.«ftM.       -.-**-*-
Marine and Rtutlnnary Engines nnd Boll*
er*,Planois, Matchers nnd Moulders,
rusk Planers, Wood Lathes, Band
Hit .vs. Itlln.l Machinery, Gaugo
Lathes. Shaping Machines,
Shingle Machines, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Clreular Raw
Mills, Hand Haw Mllh, Portable En-
glues and Boilers, and Hoisting
Engines,  Also, John Bertram
,    tl Sons' and The London
Tool Co's Irou Working
Machinery.   ■
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Balrd make.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles mako also on hand.
M'AvIty's patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well aa Taints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of tho celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies Ao,
Wc arc sole agents In this Provlnoe for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we havo furnished here will testify.
FRASER FlEONARD,
Oainble St..   Opp* News-Advertiser,
VANOOUVER, B. G,
dwleiffto
Notion.
-KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
Al application will be made at the next
session of tbo Legislative Assembly of
British Columbia for an net to Incorporate
acompnnyforthe purpose of constructing,
equipping, maintaining and operating a
line ofrallway from the City of Victoria,
British Columbia, to somo point or points
at or near Shoal Harbor and Swart* Bay,
North Saanleb, Vancouver Island, ana of
extending tho said railway hy forry communications from tho said points to nil
or any of the following points nu the
mainland of British Colnmbla, vls.t To
somo point or place at or near Garry
Point, Lulu Island, as well as to some
otber point an the south side of Fraser
River at or near Canoe Pass, and to some
other point at or near Point Roberts, and
also of constructing, maintaining and
operating one or more lines of railway
from any or all of the aforesaid points on
thesaid mainland to the cities of Vancouver and Now Westminster, and to the
International Boundary line so as to connect with the Canadian Pacific Railway
or with any branches thereof, and with
tlio railway system of tho United States.
With tho usual powers lo build, own and
operate a telegraph or telephone lino or
both In connection with the above mentioned lines and ferry, nud all necessary
bridges and ferries, and to build, own end
operate steam nnd other vessels, and lo
take and acquire land-* for the right of
way, station grounds and othor necessities, and to ncqulre lands and other bonuses or aids from the Government of tho
Dominion of Canada or any local government or municipality, corporation or person to assist ln the construction of the
said railway and ferries, and to make
traffic and other arrangements with other
railway or other companies and for all
other usual and necessary powers, rights
and privileges. YATEftAJAY,
doo30w6    Solicitors for the Applicants.
—ANY MAN--
Who IS Weak, Ntrvoai, Debilitate-..
who In bis Polly (ind Inorism has
Trifled away his Vigor oT ■(**/- Hl»d
and M-anhoe-dfCauslngexbaustlug drains
upon the Fo*a-M*tai of Lift, Heed*
ache. Backache. Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bathfolaeis in
■oclet-r- PlasbUs upon the Face and
all the Wflfects leading to Early Decay,
CaasvrMptlo-*t or InsaaUy. will find In
our Specific No. 23 a Paslt veCure. It
imparts Yowthfol Vigor, restores the
Vital Power ln old ana young, strengthens ond Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds np the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Speclflo No. 23 tbe most obstinate
ease oan be cured ln three months,nnd
recent ones In less than 80 days.  Each
package contains two weeks treatment,
Tlcest Cures guaranteed. Our Specific
No. 24 is an Infallible Cnre fnr all Pri
vate Diseases, no matter of haw long
■landing, 8old under our written Guarantee to effect a Cnrs. Price |6. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a dlsouso so long
balling science und tho most sklllnl
physicians, who know of nothing tu
arrest, nothing to alleviate, no" IiIiik tn
cnre. Now tt Is no loimer nu Incur*
able malady even when given un h>j
physicians, health enn yet He fom*'i In
OUR REMEDY; It heiil- and sotriliH
the membrane of the I,nun-, inthiun*.l
and pniKDiit-d by the ravages of Hi!--,
full disease, and prevents the tilu-iii
sweats nud tightness scroti MiooIicnI
which accompany It.  Price (fit.
OURI8    OUARANTKD.
Toronto Medlelne Co., Toronto, Oni.
0VR KUflANT PRKPARATIim.
Remember we manufacture and are (he
solo proprietors of the following specialties, ai»r that they oan be had" trom no
 >ri-Aiiiee.   T-XEYAftENOT FW IAII8Y
DRUGGISTS. Correspondence strictly confidential. Consultation upon all chronic
disease Invited. NO, CHAME except for
medicines. Alt goods sent swore from
observation, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
HAIR  OOLORINO.
Our magnificent preparations are war-
.anted perfectly harmless. We prepare
tho following colors-Hie finer shades
arise from the hair Itself! Black, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chest nut. Gold Blondo, Ash or Blonde
Cendree. Send sample of hair when ordering. Price, |2 per bottle. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
TOILST RIQUI8ITM. .
In ordering please specify which yon
require; wo guarantee them to give entire
satisfaction. No. 8 Imparts to, the skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot be detected, 11.26.
No. 9 removes wrinkles, 12.   No. 10 re
moves Liver Spots. IMS.  No, 11 removes
      i.  MA   No.   12 re. 	
...„„_. __-  ..-.  ronles,
11.26,  No. 14 removes Tan, 11.35, No. 15
Flesh" Worms, M.K* No. "12'removei
Freckles, 11.25. No. IS removes Plmpleiij
removes Moles, |2. Na. 16 removes Pock-
marks, 82. No. 17 removes undue Perspl-
ralUm, $1.25. No.18.an absolute unfailing
specific for tho retention, development nr
restoration of tbe Hair, 91.95. Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
THE BUST.
No. 19 Is a cmblned Internal nnd external treatment whtch speedily develops
or restores tbo female bust to the proportions of voluptuous nature, Is entirely
harmless and certain ln results. Prleeti
-Toronto Medicine Oa. Toronto, Ont.
CHANGE OF TIML
|-\N AND AFTER SUNDAY, HTH IN-
\J stunt, Trains will arrive at and leave
Westminster as under;
ARRIVE:
Local, fiom Vancouver , 11.20
Express,from Montreal &Vaneouver..l*tI0
Local,      "     Vanoouver 20.00
LEAVE:
Local, for Vancouver 7.40
Express, for Vanoouver A Montreal. .18.00
Local,     " Vancouver, 16.00
Thore will be no connection for Vancouver on Saturdays or for Montreal on
Mondays by train leaving at 18 o'olock.
H. ABBOTT.
dno7t6 General Superintendent,
NOTICE.
•I1HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
J. duly appointed Receiver of the Estate uud Effects of tlio Nicola Milling Co.,
with power to sell the same, will receive
tenders for the purchase of the snld Estate
and Effects, consisting of Hotel, Haw Mill,
Grist Mill, Horses, Harness, Trucks. Im-
Rlements.andOllucresof Laud, moro or
iss, situate at Nicola Valley.
Tenders will be received either for the
wholo Estate or In three separate lots, vis:
Lot I.—GrfBt Mill and 151 ncres of Land
(more or less).
Lot2.—Saw Mill and 040 acres of Laud
(more or less), Horses, Harness, Ac
Lot 3.—Hotel and 150 acres of Land, more
or less.
Plans of the Lots can bo seen und fur
ther Information obtained  from W. -11.
WOODWARD, Nicola, or J. C. PREVOST,
Victoria.
Time for tendering will explte ut 12 uoou
on the soth day of November. Tbiimh
Cahii.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
ltHCulver.
Owtobfirl^JWH. dmiltd
[Kamloops Sentinel copy].
Holbrookjstate!
SALE   O-F
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
are offered for sale, In part or whole;
LOT 5, BLOCK 5, Columbia and Front
streets, 06x132, with 0 stores thereon,
LOT 28, BLOCK 13-00xl32~Columbhi and
Clarkson sireets,wlth buildings thereon,
LOTS 12 A 13, BLOCK 5, Mary street; 2
acres, with hard finished house and
orchard,
H LOT 1, BLOCK 16, Columbia street,
88x182.
LOT 81, GROUP I. Vancouver road, containing 260 acres,
earThe above Property brings ln a rental of 1286.00 per month.
For further particulars and  terms of
salo, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
New Westminster, B. C.
Public Notice
riTHE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
1 tmicnWy arretted to the "Provincial
Health fsmall-pox) By-Lawn, 18-tt," Issued
by His Honour tho Lieutenant-Governor
In Council, uhUer authority of Ihe'Wealtti
Ordinance, I800."
Raving been appointed Provincial
Health Officer for Districts lying south of
Prater River, I hereby give notice that
the provisions of saia By-Laws will bo
strictly enforced, and all persons are required to govern themselves accordingly.
Now West., Oct, 6,1888.
IL.S.1       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THE LIEUTENANT-G0VERN0R-
IN COUNCIL,
Undbb the Authority op the "Health
Oroiitat-icb, nm."
SIB HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT*
Governor of British Oolumbla, by
with the advice of the Executive
Council of British Columbia, acting under
and by virtue of tbe provisions of tbe
'Health Ordinance, IBou," enacts as fol*
ows:—
1. Whenever small-pox Is present In any
.ocallty without the boundaries of any
Municipality, tbe Provincial Health Officer nearest to such locality shall at once
cause the patient to be removed to an
Isolated hospital, tent or otber suitable
place, or cause such person to be otherwise sufficiently Isolated, and shall seo
that he Is properly cared for. and shall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, If necessary, tbe destruction of all
clothing which may have been expoied to
the contagion, nnd for tbo disinfection
and purification of every conveyance,
rail-car, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehicle which may havo
been exposed to the contagion.
2. Such Health Officer shall havo, In his
discretion, full power to place In another
building or tent all persons who may have
been exposed to tho contagion, nnd shall
cause them to he supplied with all necessaries until the period of Incubation of
tho disease shall have elapsed, and no
such person shal I go, or bo permitted to go,
abroad, until ho or she has given satisfactory proof of successful vaccination
within tho preceding seven year*, nr shall
have obtained a medical certificate of Insusceptibility lo tho viiccluo illsease, nor
until the clothing or effects worn or carried by or wlih hlm or her havo been
rnpnrly disinfected, If tho iiimo hnvo
ecu exposed lo contagion.
3. To assist tho Health Officer, he shall
have full power to employ persons to bo
nur**is,sttnllnr.v policemen,nnriothe wlso
to aid In tha prevohtltm of tho spread of
Iho disease, and insy hlnmelf iclveiind cu-
forco such reasonable rii.i rilou* for (lie
tame purpose fl* U> hlm may seem expo*
.Mini, and the nfiiresl fhivoriim.'iil Agent
shall sec thnt all artlclesaud neeessiirlcs
required by the Health officer are furnished,
4. It shall he the duty of every medical
practitioner who shall attend upon, or
give meritca! or surgical nrivlcc, lo or
about any person suffering from smallpox, to glvo notice forthwith after ho shnll
have comtnenoeil solo attend or give snch
advice, to the nearest Pntvhmlnl Health
Officer. When a householder knows that
a person within (ho houso occupied by
hlm Is taken sick of small-pox, he shall
Immediately glvo notice thereof to the
nearest Provlnolal Health Officer,
5. The Provincial Health Officer before
mentioned Is and Includes any person
appointed Health Officer under the
''Health Ordinance, WAV' by tho Lieutenant-Governor In Council.
(I. The foregoing provisions shall have
no nfl'eet within the limits of any Municipality, save as hereinafter mentioned.
T. In case tho Counoil of nny Municipality, whenever small-pox Is present, or
likely to occur therein, shall fall to make
or carry out proper provisions to prevent
the Invasion or spread of small-pox within tho Municipality, and complaint thereof shall bo made to tho Lieutenant-Governor by the Council ot any adjacent
Municipality, It shall be lawful for the
Lieutenant-Governor In Council, acting
npon suoh complaint or In his discretion
upon otber Information, to order that
these regulations shall, until otherwise
ordered, apply to and be in force within
the Municipality In which sueh negleot
occurs, and thereupon any Provlnolal
Health Officer shall have, within and In
respect of suoh Munlol pallty all tho authority with which he is clothed In respect of localities without Municipalities,
and tn such case all disbursements and
expenses paid bj the Province, in the
carrying out within such Municipality of
"io foregoing regulations, shall be paid by
ich Municipality,
H. These regulations may bn cited ns tho
"Provlnolal Health (small-pox) By-Lows,
*T88,"
Dated at Victoria, this Srddayof October, 1888.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Prothulal .Secretary.
NEW      GOODS!
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAKGE AND WELL AgSOBPTED BPTOCIK OF
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CA8H. I have also made a lans addition to my
wholesale stock oi LEATHER, 8HOE FINDINGS, to. An Giqwjtioii af Mr
Stook will satisfy any to-day that I havo tho best assortment to b. fonnd la.nhs
oity.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
dwjelyl
Ho. II, COLOMBIA »T»«r,
CASTOR IA
for Infants and Children.
"t__t_t_,_Kw.__i__»__u.M-reet__\ I Cartnta earn OtU, t__n__tUm,
Iroeommciidllu,iipe«OTtoaiirim»orlpUoal Botir |taiiwoi^ MairiJM-aa, -a-fn-»**-2,
kaowatoma."     aA.Aaanra,lI.D.,        I *ai2____^'**"* ■*"*• **• *^
Ulla.OlliirdK.Bmalp.H.Y.   I Wat"*tiSjt-km______
ten Ctxuvn CotvtMt, tl Murray Pa-si, IT. T.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Ura&MESTIENTlBICI.M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
,     }
LAND,    )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad SI. • LONDON, ENGLAND.
The nuslnc* of ALLSOP * MASON Iiu been mmged In th. I
and will be carried on by the Compauy Irom thi. data a. »|eraarallaaal.iiaalliiit
and Insurance Ageniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratei. •: law. Lota ul "arming
Land, for Salo on eaay terma.
Victoria a C, May lotli, 1897.
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTIOE, WILL
leave for Chilllwhack and wuyphicci
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m., returning on tho following days. For ail further information
apply ou board, or to
dmyfltc
W. B. TOWNSEND,
On tbe Wharf.
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUB8CR1BEH8 ARE NOW PREPARED TO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
Snjiig ul All Siais nf Iitisj
Done at Shortest Notice,
DryCerdweed delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
NaV-stablcs nearly opposite C. P. It. Depot, Columbia St.. NowWestmlnster.
djallte      QILLEY BROS. Pnovs.
Feed.LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
3?"RO"t?H.I3CTO*R.
GOOD. DRIVING- A HIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hack* cull at all steamers
and Trains. Speoial attention given to
Hoarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left nt the Oflice of Ma*
there A Mtlllgan,Commission Mcrchniits,
Front Street, now West. dsc21tc
CHINA A JAPAN
Fancy Hoods
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a laige
consignment nf all kinds of
W
CELEBRATED TEA,
la.r*ld***4Bllk«Mai,
Okawli, Bcreeni, Bedtj.llu,
Dretilnn 6owBi, IM., lie.
—amo—
FoTMlitn, Satsima, Cloltinne,
Ironic, Ivory, Sandalwood ami
Curios ol Every Description.
IMPORTED BY EVERY STEAMER DIRECT FMN
CHINA AHD JAPAN.
Hoping that you will lionor ns with yonr
visit, wo remain vory rcunoctfully your., :
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
front street, im wnranmu, I. C
Pott Offloe Box No, 7. ddetyl
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HUE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Bbo.d Si. and IS Faui Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
F
IOR INSURING HOnSKS k OTHBE
_ Building., Good., Ware., Merchan.
disc, Manufacturing and rVmlng Stock,
Ships in Fort, HarSor or Dook, and th.
C»rgc«sofsuohVBTMli|alio,8hin.l>ulld.
Ing and repairing, Batgta and other Vm.
lets on navigable rivers aad oanala, aad
QoodiooboarilraohVeaael., throughout
Great Britain and Inland and In Pondg.
Conntriet,
IROM 1088 U UIUIBT 1111.
Subtcrlrad and InwM Capital,
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rate, of Prunhua aad'nw* lafornia.
Hon oanb. obtain*! ca la^Uoatioe to
w. t. Aiwnwgs,
Ag.nti«R»wW««t*nlM*ar.
To San Fraccisco, CaL,
BY WAY 09 THB
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time thaa ur a41ier
RontolMtweeB
IlvMiUi iti Su hum
Brand Scenic Bono of tk*
Otnt.
PULLMAN   BUPFKT
TOURIST SLRBWira CARS
For Acconinmilatlon of Reoond^lats I*at
senKors, alluohed to ExpreM Trains.
Fare from FuHlaml to Bnormmeuto snd
San Fi-nnclHro! IPnllmited, atsi lint
Class (Limited), .,., Second Clat. (LI-
mlloa), $11,
It. KOEHLKR, Manager, *
. „       E. P. ROQER8,
Asit. Gen. Frelsht A Pu.. Af.nl.
W.R. AUSTIN,
tatAimnm
General MhM
HIW WMlimUH, I. ft
WOOD &OOAL
ITB1BBT OXAtirt),
OryOMAs, Boots*
Provisions*
FARMER^'    HARDWARE,
***U>a-<**» «**=-
•O-Astrittii nflwhitkyor tobaocovfo
«n, tr/ ttnaanat. hablU and eantnl eoo
nomy,nn.|j,. pnbUi at t-psolaUy low
ratet.     '" dwjaute
tm fails gteitfch Columbian
Saturday ErealBg, Rev. It, un.
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1r«ii»lt'ntA»lrerllsrmrtls,~FlMtliintr-
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day-flrst Insertion, 10 ots, per line; subsequent Insertions, G ots, per line,
tUtu-dlni A-dverifseMenls.-Professlon*
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according to spaoe occupied and duration
of contract.
Aaettoo talcs* when displayed, oharged
as per cent, less than, transient adrts. If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
r-Mlal ietieee among reading matter,
» cts. per line each Insertion. Specials
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Births, Marriages and Deaths, fl for eaeh
Insertion: Funeral Notices in connection
with deaths, 90 cts, each Insertion.
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Special rates for general trade advertising.
Snoolitl Notices, Births, Marriages and
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SfWsUWERnSEMENTS THIS DAY.
Clothing. Walker k Shadwell
pay
For Sal. E. Greyell
ling.
to!
Co.rt of Reviilon J, Murray
■ertval lervkM
Mr. 0. B. Wiuslow addressed tho
audionce in tho Methodiit church last
night, taking aa his subject the anointing ol Christ's feet with ointment in
the house of Simon the Pharisoo—
Luke 7. At the dose of the rervioe
the usual inquiry meeting wat held in
the bailment, led by Mr. Studd, during whioh leveral rot. for prayer.
Union nrvicei aro to be continued
»•*"" «ok in the Methodiit ohnrch.
■ TB°-*"**y"oning a meeting for
prais. will b. hold.
 ■• -m ,—.	
Tnasen.ee lectin.
Mr. Woodford spoke latt ovoning in
tho Methodiit ohurch to a large audience who showed their appreciation by
their wrapt attention. Mr. Woodford
ia an eloquent ipeaker and awakened
many to tho importance of embracing
Freth Eutern Oyiteri by the can at
B. J. Armstrong's. dso2Ctc
The new 0. P. R. time-table comet
into fono to-morrow.
Freth Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Olub. *
Oelonel McGregor, of thia oity, was
a cousin of the lite "Cariboo" Cameron.
Two nice roomi to rent in a private
residence, furnished or not. Choice
locality.   Addreu P.O. Box 106  3t
Vmcouver il pottered with sneak
thievei and robben, who, however,
an reaping a very light harvest.
Tho itr. Irving returned from Chil-
li.baolt lo-diy with a number of pu-
ttngen and 40 ton. of farm produce,
The itr. Rainbow cleired for Viotoria at 7 o'clock this morning with
12 putengen and a full load of farm
produce.
"Hindi up" it the common lalu-
tlon on the streets theie days. But
.very one who makes use of thii phrase
is not nocetiarily a highwayman.
The itr. Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo at noon to-day with a full load
of coal aad a number of puienoert.
She made a remarkably quick trip.
At the police court thii morning
Charley Gicton, a half-breed, wis ten-
t.nced to 10 dayi in gaol for stealing
tt from in Indian woman named Annie,
Mr. G, R. Studd preaches to morrow
evening in the Presbyterian ohurch.
Mr. Winilow will proaoh in the Methodist church in the morning and in Iho
Baptist church in the evening.
Hundred, of p.n>alnt'who hav. uted
Ayer1. Hair Vigor attest its value, at a
itimulant and tonic, for preventing and
luring baldness, cleansing the aaalp, and
restoring the youthful color to faded and
gray hair.
Aid. Thoi. Oveni has removed hii
machine ihop to the building lately
erected for him on Douglas itreet. The
new premise! are muoh larger than the
old and better adapted to Mr. Oven's
constantly growing buiineii.
It was reported round towu today
thnt John Gilmore, of Nicola, an old
nnd highly respected pioneer of the
provinco, has been poisoned. The
truth of the rumor it doubted by
many aa it lackt confirmation.
The entertainment and aalo of work
in aid of tho bell tower fund is going
to' be tomtthing superior to any attempt made heretofore for tho same
purpoie. Some novelties will be in-
trcaduoedwhic«1r.l»*^v»i«(*rt»t St-'
traction.
Skin diseases cannot be iucotufully
treated by external applioationi. Th.
proper way to cnre such complaints It to
Knfy tb. blood with Ayer'i Sarsaparilla.
ider the vitalising Influence! of thit
medicine all the functions of the body
are brought into healthy action.
The itr. Gladya left for up-river
port! this morning with 20 toni of
merchandiie and a number of passengers. The fog on the river wis very
heavy at tb. nme of her depirture
and her whistle eould be hesrd sounding at intervals for a couple of houn
aiterwardi,
Th. boxing matoh and athletic per-
formance, to be given at Herring's
opera houae tonight by Prof. Foster,
George Irving and othen, la likely to
prove a great attraction ai there ure
but few people who do not take a
lively Intereit in the manly art. The
performance begini at 8 o'clock.
Something over 100 peoplo gathered
in the offlce of the Colonial hut niuht
tolitten to the talented muticiint,
Mann. BittulB, Polk and Ott, Ute of
Spanish itudonti. The muiic wu tu-
Mrior in every way to anything heard
before in Weitmimter and all preient
declared it tu bo a rare treat. Another
muaioalo will bo given to-night at the
Colonial.
At Iho ciincluaiiin of th. Phuinix
trial.I Viotoria Thunday afternoon
tho defendant aildreued a mott insult
ing remark to Provincial Police Officer
Miller. Ai loon a. the word, paued
hii lint the oflJoer crabbed Phtenix by
the throat and threw him on the floor.
He placed the man under arrest, and
tha officer wat uked to apologize for
irretliog a nun in open oourt. The
•oology wu nude snd aewpted by the
msgutrale.
PERSONAL.
Wm. Pybut, of Lsdnwi, wu in th.
oity yeiterdiy.
A. H. Black, of Vancouver, paid
hit friendi fa thli oity a viiit to-day.
0. F, Groin came np from Ladner.
lut night ind returned thli morning.
Miu Blsok hu returned from Vin-
-MT-ffiwUr.di.wu th. guut of
Mrs. H. V.. Edmonds for . f.w weikt.
H. BeU-Irvint, engineer In charge
of th. V. 8.4N.W, railway location party, went over to Vancouver
Ikil aft.rnoon, .   .
■ "  ■     .     ' m,
Uettrt. Mitchell a Piatt, druggitti,
London. Oat,, write, Dee., 1881 .■ "We
hav. ul. Br. Thomu' Koleotrlo Oil since
ft. flnt Introduotlon, and wa can ufel
and pathetio. He will be' greeted by
a large audience thia evening at 8 o'clock in the Methodiit church. Admission free.—Pic*. Timet Nov. S.
— ♦■ a. .
victoria and ireilmlnler Railway.
The location of the line of tho Viotoria, Saanich and Weitminster Railway hai been completed to thii oity.
All the wa; from the mouth of the
river a mott favorable route hai been
laid out, and a very euy crossing has
beon chosen on tho north arm of the
Fraser. The engineer! are now at
work locating an alternative route
and the ono offering th. moat advantage, will be chosen. Mr. H. Bell-
Irving, engineor In charge, has been
obliged to resign owing to pressing
business inatten elsewhere and a Mr.
Porry has been appointed to his placo.
 ■
Tke sir. Mule.
Thomas Kennedy, second engineer
of the str. Maude, arrived in this oity
last night on the ttr. Yotemite. Ho
says tho Maudo ran on living's reef at
1 o'clock on Tuesday night. She immediately commenced to fill with
water and wu abandoned by the officers and crow. A boat was tent to
Nanaimo and a telegram lent to the
O.P.N.Oo.'! office at Viotoria. The
steamer Yotemite towed a scow to tho
wreck yeiterday morning. Tho Sardonyx ii near the reef and it ii expected that the Maude will float off after
discharging the cargo of coll.—Times.
Mr. H. J. Thrift, of Hall. Prairie,
wu in the city this morning and reports that the Walworth family aro
all well, tbe lut of the small-pox patient! having fully recovered. Next
week a new home will be built and •■
loon at It ii completed the old one
with all its contents will be burned to
the ground. Owing to the want of
passable roadi the lumber will be taken out on tho spot. Tho walls of the
house will be built of logs and the
roof and floor out uf split cedar boards.
Dr. D. MoLean and hia uiiitance will
return to Wettmlntter on Friday next,
when it It expected the quarantine
will be raised.
 . i < .
Ike Dmlaln aad ■rlll.k ulanaU..
Tho Moral authoritiet have uked
for a postponement of tho hairing of
tho appnal to the privy council now
pending between tbe Dominion government and the Britiih Colombia authoritiet u to the ownership of tho
minerals ol that province, until after
Christmas, in order that Attornoy-
General Webster, who hu been retained by the federal authoritiet in London, may conoludo hii argumonti in
the Parnell-rimej cue. The Britiih
Columbia government have cabled to
their London agents refuting to content to such a postponement, on the
ground that It would be extremely
prejudicial to the public interests.
. • .
I-MWI N.llcM.
The annexed prett noticet wonld
Indicate tbat "Chip O' tho Old B(ock"
U played by a really good compiny.
"AOhlpO'theOld Block"ii tho name
of a ohancterittic play, mingling humor and emotion, that wu given for the
fint time in New York lut night Tho
pleuure derived from thii representation loon made itself evident ln the
performance.—Aim York Sun.
The attraction at thil theitre ha
drawing ono, judging from the large
audioncojpruent lut night. Tho play
wu'-AChipO'the Old Block," by
Herbert Hall Winilow, with Robert
L. Scott in tho title role, and Harry
Milli u Jack Lightfoot, They found
great favor with the audience, which
loudly applauded.—New York Herald.
...
WettMluler Wwle. Mill.,
to oar customer..
uy, ao maadloln. pn oar shelve, ha. hid
tiumt ul.. or givu b-tto, nta-tMlon.
W.alway. fMltaie fa ncommasdhig It
"Donjohn Demijohn   Upjohn St,
'-*■■■"-*-1MmtoVa Wo.t-rn 1 *
i- iaatod to plus*
|>*TtluaraduMl'y.verybody.
John" lask. mom o'f. '
who*. faaW «anfa
bib;
iby
all
The Weitmimter woolen mills, the
only manufactory of ita kind ill tho
province, hu lately concluded arrun-
Eamenti whereby the entire make of
Iinketi, for sn unlimited period, hu
been purchased by s wholcttle firm in
Victoria, The blankets turned oot
by ths milli are principally light and
dark grayi, although somo brown snd
white havo alio been manufututed.
The goodi are of a luporiorquillty, nnd
could tho mill turn oot three timei tho
quantity it dou at present a ready
market could bo found. It lithe intention of tho direclon to add one or
two moro blanket machines next yoar.
In tweedi the milli ire making Oxford
Seyt, snd thus sn iu fair demand,
n tho wholo tho .flair, of. the company are in a very utlifactoiy' condition, and the Induitry gives evidence!
of continued prosperity.
John A. Cameron, better known aa
"Cariboo Cameron," died at Itarker-
villo yesterday morning, The sad
newi wai received by telegraph thii
morning by A. B. 0. Cameron. He
left th. oity two monthi igo. He wu
an old pioneer of tho province and ar-
rind Iii this city in th. yur 1860.
Ho wu ono of tho fint men to rater
th. (fold field! of Cariboo and seoond
i lam fortune in thi mine.. He then
left for Eulern Canada and loot nearly
tho wholo of hit fortune in commercial
ipeoulition. Ho returned to B.C., Intending to again try hii fortune in the
gold floldl.   Deeeued  wu over 00
Jean of age and leavu a wifo to mourn
ii lou. Cariboo Cameron wu well
known and roipected from ono end of
Csnada to tho other and hll relativoi
sill receive th. lympathy of the community in thiir lou.—Timet.    .   ,
. m .	
Thi .uptrlorlty of Mother Grave.'
WormKxt.rmln.tor it ihown by it! good
•mot. on the children. Purchue a Tactile and glue It a trial.
A CraMfyla. ...alt
Soorowded are theEnderbyflouring
mills at present with ordora that fully
two months will bo required to fill
thetu, Tho quality of tho flour turned
out by those mills is of a supcriur order,
so much so that although but a few
months in operation the reputation
created is a most enviable 'one. On
tho Mainland and tho Island there is a
brisk demand, which ii increasing.
Each order is a guarantee for future
ones. Thia it a very gratifying condition in tho affairs of the company
who now own thii iplendid property.
We understand that thore are several
thousand tons of wheat in tho interior
which will be ground Into flour nt
Enderby, thus securing a homo market
for the farmen in that section of country. Tho establishment of such a mill
il a groat advantage to the Spallum-
oheon farmen, as well u to tho people
of the whole province.—IForM. The
people of this city and diitrict ought
to go in for a flouring mill at this city.
 « . . .
Made Their Escape.
Yesterday aftornoon about _ o'clock,
the four boyi, Willie and Albert Davie,
MoBroom and Curran, wero allowed
out In tho gaol yard to take, a littlo
exeroiae, at they havo been kept in
cloao confinement ever tince their incarceration. They uid they would
prepare their daily Bible leaion immediately after returning to their colls
About ten minutei after being allowed
out the gaoler, who had occaaion to enter the yard, wm surprised to find the
boyi had made their eicapo by digging
a hole under the wall and crawling
through. Tho escape of the youthful prisoners was immediately made
known and search instituted. The
boys were traced down the 0. P. R.
track, and tho gaoler captured the
younger Davie boy near the foundry,
put the other three managed to get
into the woods ond elodo capture for
a ihort timo. Tho othor Davio boy
and young MoBroom wero caught
about dark by a gentleman on Westminster Avenuo, near False Creek
bridge. Curran. who is considered the
ringleader of the gang, kept clear of
all pursuit and made his way home,
but his father ordered him lo return
to the gaol, which he did, arriving
there about 7:30 o'clock. The whipping which the boys have received hu
evidently failed as regards the
effect intonded upon the youths,
immediately after making their escape
thoy laid plant to reach New Weitmimter lut night and to burglarize
Mr. MoColl's store after which they
intended to take the steamer to Viotoria. The scheme wu given away
by tbe younger Davio boy immediately
after being captured. They will pro*
bably be arraigned in the police court
this morning oharged with attempting
to eacape.— News-Advertiser..
A Wedding Tear Spoilt*.
Somo weeks sgo a fino young Hydah
Indian, who lia.'lieen working in the
tanneries all summer, met and fell
desperately is lore with an Indian
maiden belonging to on. .1 the most
aristocratic Chinook families on the
cout. Annie, tko dn.kjti'beauty'i
, reciprocated tho affictioni lo
liberally bestowed upon her by Louii,
and when he "popped the queition"
•he gracefully accepted the kind offer.
Annio't mother considered tho matoh
satisfactory und did all in her power
to buten the wedding day. Yeiterday morning the loving ooople were
joined in marriage in due form according to Ihe ancient ceremonict of the
Chinookt. It wai arranged that the
happy pair ihould leavo for Viotoria
on tlio atr. Rainbow thii morning and
then take tho itr. Boseowitz. for Queen
Charlotte Islands, when Louii' ancestral halls aro lituated. Asa wedding
preient Annie'i mother gave her *>5.00
to buy a bed, a luxury ranly poueued
by a Hydah. Thia bounteous gift
filled Louii' heart with joy and ho repaired to the iteamer to arrango for a
passage to. Vietoriav Sha*rtlyt»«ftoV
Louis'departure from tho swamp, a
half-breed, named Charley Gibton,
came along and aaked Annie to give
him tome money. Sh. replied that
85.00 wat tho total turn of money in
her possession and this she could not
afford to part with. Gibson affected
not to beltevo ihe oould be possessed
of io vast a turn, and called upon her
to produce the money to malte good
her bout, The untuipecting- Annie
took the $5 from ber pooket, and, u
•he expoied it to view,Oharloy grabbed
It and mido off, followed by the yell.
and maledictions of the heart-broken
bride. The police were notified of
the occurrence and Constable Dominy
wu successful in capturing Gibton,
who wat immediately placed in the
lockup. Thit morning the police
magiitrate inflicted the small untooce
of "10 dayi in gaol" on thia rascal,
who, if he got hi. deserts, would be
behind the oan for miny monthi to
come. The wedding tour hu been indefinitely postponed u the unfortunate couple will not be able to get a
iteimer for Skidegate for a month or
more.
HURRAHI
Special to tho Columbian.
ViCTonu, Nov.   10.—Now  Westminster wins three trys to Victoria's
nothing.   Very hard struggle, but we
got there.   No ono hurt.   (Signed)
N. W, Footbam Oius.
n», mit a m-wt.
Semitive Sarah Bernhardt denial
the report that she Is growing fleshy.
Old Miter-Will you din. with mo
to-night? Young Goodliver—No, thank
you.   I am hungry.—Tlieldea.
Thecoldeit town in the world ii
Werohonanik, in Siberia, where the
mercury hu tometimes recorded
temperature of 89' below zero.
Mme. Patti, being unable to find a
purchaser for hor Wolcb Cutle, hu
decided to turn it into a ichool for the
musical training of poor girls with good
voices.
Iu tho littlo town of Arvesnei in
France It hu boon discovered tbat thero
an forty-two marriageable girl, and
only three young men who are candidate! for matrimony.
Lut year South Africa tent 100,'
000 poundi of tea to England, and thil
year it ii thought the quantity will be
doubled. Ceylon and India are con-
atantly adding to their tea-produce
area.
"What you want bredren," uid. colored preacher, waving hit armt wildly
to emphasize! hit words, "whit you
want ii unotifigumption! Get unctifi-
gumptlon, if you don't get nothing
eltel'' "'■'
Five women .nd ono man, ill Over
a hundred yean of age, had their
deathi chronicled in the New York
newipapen week beforo lut. The
oldeat was a woman of one hundred
and four.
Mn. Crane Washington, a colored
woman living near Ohirloiton, S.O.,
hu given birth to five children during
tho lut year. Lut January .he became tho mother of triplets and a few
dayi ago of twina.
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpoie of raising a fund to
contribute toward! the patriotic and
worthy object of making tho next an-
       i held Inthls
nuel provincial fair, to
city, a grand and unproc
tho undorsfgncd agree to contributo the
turns oppoalte their respective names (to
be paid into tbo association or to trustees competent to receive tho tame, on
or before 6 months from the date of the
last provincial exhibition, and to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and building, in this eity, for Increasing
the amount offered In prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
THE COLOHMAN..... ,,100 CO
Sharpe A Palno, Lulu Island    0 00
_ P Eckstein , -
G D Brymner	
It -AT Armstrong..
F R Olover.
Walkers Shadwell	
Claud Hamber.	
Paterarant ,	
George Turner,	
W J Armstrong..	
Next I
000
000
ooo
00)
000
000
000
000
30 00
Mn. A. Nelton, Brantford, writes;
"I wu a lufferor from Chronic Dyspepsia for eleven years. Always after eating, an intense burning actuation in the
itomach, at timet vory distressing, ciued
a drooping and languid feeling, which
would lut for leveril houn after eating.
I wu recommended by Dr. PopnleweU,
Chemist, of our city, to try Northrop k
Lymon't Vegetable Discovery and Dye-
peptic Cure, and I am thankful to uy
that I havo not been bettor for years;
that burning .caution and languid feeling hu all gone, and food does not He
heavy on my itomach. Othen of my
family have used it with belt remit.."
Wholesale city Market.
Beef,    per 100lbs....... 15 50 fl « 60
Fork         "          sool 0 00
Mutton      '■         .,...„.  8 003 DOO
Potatoes    "         .,  501    75
Cabbage    "          60S 100
Onions      "        »  1009160
Wheat       "         «... 1609 0 00
Oat.           "  1 25 ij I 60
Peu          "           1609 J OO
Hay,      per ton ....«  13 00916 00
Butter (rolls) per tt.  0*89 0 85
Cheese,            •'   0 11 SI 0 15
Eggs,     perdoi.  0 850    40
Cordwood (retail) per cord  8 009 100
Apples, per box  80 @ 125
Hldes(gr*n) per 100 lbs  . 00 9 100
"   (dry!       "       —  5 CO 3 0 00
WooVperlb  69   10
Metesnlegleal Kep.fl far Week Ea«i.|
Nov. 3rd, lett.
Sunday,	
Monday ,	
Tuesday	
Wednesday	
Thursday	
Friday..;.	
Saturday ,	
Cloudy and mild.
MAX.
...50.0
...62.0
... 47.0
...45.0
... 51.0
... 49.0
... 48.0
HIM.
48.0
42.0
80.0
40.0
41.0
40.0
89.0
llAIN.
CM
0.75
0.32
1.17
0.08
0.10
A. PEKLR.Capl'n.
niPTl.T CHURCH, Asnet Street,
JJ But of Mary Street, Xor*- ■'—
fj.rylce.atlla.nl, and 7 p.m.
School andBlble Clau at t;n p. ra. All
•eats free; .tranter, cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, putor.
ird'a Day
- ' •   *
Vf ZTHODI.T CHURCH, Oddfellowt'
M New Hall. Rev. J. H. White, Putor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday, at 7,80p.m. Bsats
free; strangers cordially invited.
§[T. PAUtva cKiincH. John street,
I Opposite Orange Hall. Rev, Thomu
addon, Putor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. ro. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Scat, free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. ra.
-nr O, T. D—REQUIaAR MEETING
VY . overy Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'olock at ibe W..O. T. V. Headquarter.,
Douglas BU Loyal Legion In the same
place every Friday afternoon, Mas. Jas.
CtnniraaHAM, President,' Miss DaBscx,
Secretary. daullte
te
USIOH LODGB Sn, *, A. V,
4t A. "-...-The regular Com-
munloatloni of this Lod|l are
.   .   . held on tbe flnt Monday In.aoh
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited lo attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23-to Secretary.
**huMywuifat,m|tnlwClitMs, '
What IM are.. Child, tk. erM forCMrta,'
W*M*Mhavu*i*MU.Iaagt4Cuta*,
m*a»iaUCa'la*u,.M|Sv.t-HBiJaMab
Court of Revision.
HOPE, YALE, LYPTTON AND CACHE
CREEK DIVISION.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRO-
vlNlonsof the "Assettment Act, 1888,"
8 Court of Revision and Appeal will bo
•Id at and on the following plaoea and
date, respectively:—
At the Court House, Yale, on Ft Ida)-,
aT8rd November J888.
At the Court Home, Lytton, on Saturday. 24tb Nevember, 1881.
At the Court House, Hpenee's Brldgo,
Friday, 80th November, 1888.
At the Court House, Asheroft, Saturday,
1st December, 1888.
,   , JOHN MURRAY,
Judg. of Court of Revision anil Appeal.
    dwnolMd
Job printing of all kinda neatly don.
it the CoLtiHBMH offlce. Pricei will be
fonuil u low u at any othor office la
th. provlnoe —A rfe
Children Cryfor r-ftcher'.C-a-torla
To Tenants!
WHYDOYOUPAYRENT?
WlfflN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE HAVE FOR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Locited, at Low Frio, and
Euy Terms.
NOTICE.
(Ma Lift ImiwgC".
-pABTIKS INSURED IN THE ABOVE
X Company, whose Premiums are Buyable at Eastern pointi-, can liavo the piiice
of payment tberenf changed to tli in cily,
free or charge, by applying to tbe undersigned.
OTJ-Ukt takcH la lab Icadl-tir caa-i-
dlaa Ctaipuy al Most ftvmble rates.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dJeSBto Agist.
-hm.o
lU&mt,
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Ktibftlmlng ft BpecUlt-*.
Dealer In Wooden and tfetalle Burial Caskets. Funerals conducted.
A full llneof Coflln Trimmings always ou
hand. Parties at a dlilanoo supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ln every particular.
dwoflito Columiia St. Ntw Weit.
toil's Opera House!
THURSDAY.JjWEMBER 15.
Furtive Production of the Latest nnd
Greatest New York Success,
"Chip O'the Old Block!"
An Original. Startling, Husleal, Farcical
Comedy-Drama, Introducing tlioso
Eminent Mirth Makers,
SCOTT & MILLS,
Tbe Dashing. Pretty, Fascinating Littlo
Queen of Singing Comediennes, Miss
JESSIE BONSTELLE
Together with the same Select Coetrle of
Comedians and Dramatic Artists
that mado the big hit In New
York last April and May.
E.D. STAIR, ■■ ».'    ■    Manager.
A Great Play 1A Great Cost!
New Scenery! New Effects!
latest Songs! Difficult Dances!
Comical Marches!
Mtrtliftil Melodies!
A Great Drama and a Funny, Very Funny
Comedy, radiating with Sparkling,
Original Music, Vocal Qeme.
Novel Features and Amusing Oddities,
CHdnied IV. Y. Press Opinions i
iShn—"An Instantaneous hit."
World—"Tlio best Comedy In years."
Herald-" A charming Performance."
N, Y, Clipper—"A great piece and a big
hit."
Jourtial—"It was elegant, mingling humor and emotion."
JV. Y, Mutle and I>rmna-"Wall* ot the
theatre Hhakon with laughter."
Prices. Ill aud 50 Cents.
ring's Drug Store.
Seals at Her-
dnofltd
FOR SALE.
Lot 491, iu the IHnnlrIpnllty of
41illllv.lia.-Ii,
CONTAINING 100 ARES OF GOOD
cloy loam; about 70 aores cleared and
lenced with good fencing; .ood bearing
orchard, small frame house, large barn
und stable; good water, both well and
-—'■•"  "- icr river with .ood
Price, 11,000, liberal
creek; faolnaon Fraser river with
..        „   ran,i|ng, -	
Apply to
steamboat
terms.
notdimwte
X, OREYELL,
Oh!ll'whaclr.,B,a
VANOOUVER OITY
Foundry! MachineWorks
rE FROPRmTOHS OF THESE
works have much pleasure ln notifying their friends and the publio tbat they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work ln their line
with which tbey may be favored.
A.MCKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, EC, Sth Hay, 1888.
 dwmyiato
NOTICE.
ties
AVING SOLD OUT OF MV BOTCH-
er Businesa, I hereby request all par-
.—Indebted to me to settle tbelr account.,
and any person, havlus any claim, whatever against me are requested to present
them for payment.
All account, unpaid by Dec. Ut, will be
placed In the hand, ot my solicitor.
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West., Oct, SI, 1188. dwooSlml
tars' um moth's
Fall and inter
SUITS
— AND	
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, *c.
 AT	
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunksj&Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER &IIATTEB.
Columbia St., Opp. Telegraph Oefick
New Westminster,
dwse7te
.,•   *jr***j(f l>H tftfl Ht!*'-**''
■ i    •ir--,"' vrntur ■"*■■ I""' ■■"'■•*■-*■* '*
IMMENSE SALE
DRYGOODS^LOTHING
XXJkVm, OaSPBIl,
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commenolng Oot. lOth, 1888.
At we hive decided to retire from thil retail Dry Goodi buiineu thb niton, we
now plwe Out entire itock on the market at
WHOLESALE PRfCEB.   NO RESERVE.
»vj"b»thhh» MTjsT sa sols.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
IT At wo are known to carry one of the largest snd best snorted, stocks in th.
Province, it will not be necessary to enumerate. An early Inspection will convince
the public that we mean business, and that the atock must be doted out before the
end of thit tenon) therefore we havo placed our goodi at pricei lower than have
ever been offered before In thit Province,
REHEMBEn-Tha luck mutt fee el...d oat fey tk. .ad tt th. yaw.
CALL EARLY WHILE THE AHOBTHENT It HOOD.
Tkbus' Under $100, cash; over |100, .ecured note, it thn. months with lntir.it.
x*. x*xv_rmx*Jk___m sm oo.
clodwlyr MASONIC BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Rubber Goods being seasonable it will interest everyone to know that we have everything one wants in the line of Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers. We have added several new styles this year to our stock,
and carry all sizes—Boots as well—to fit any
one from a three year old child up. As a
matter of course, our stook of Gossamers,
Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats in Ladies'
M& Children's, as well as Men's wear, cannot be excelled. Prices astonishingly low.
Don't fail to see our stook whether you buy
or not. We are always pleased to show our
goods.
HEXT DOOR DANK OF MONTREAL, COLUMBIA ST.
dwnolyl
BiCBllentBUILDINftlOTS
In Bnt Locsllty, on Euy Terml,
TO BE OFFERED IDS ONLY A FEW
DAYS.  CALL EARLY AND GET
GOOD SELECTION.
dociit. RAND BROS..
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
__s_____.__ ur
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUnEB A SPECIALTY.
Ija*bxaea.ox Herring-©,
■LVfTaclserel, Salt Cod,
Aimoui's *C7zic. "Elaras,
____x__a_ovLX'e "CJnc. Bacon,
"frio-ax. Bran. Shoxte,
•TH10HE8T PRICKS PAID FOR FARM PRODUOT.
noidwiy Sooullar-Armatrong lloofc, Oolumbla tt.
Grand Clearing Sale!
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Beg to inform the people of New Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
DRY GQODS^CLOTHING
AtCOSTforCA8H.
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
dwocMto
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BKST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A '"'I line of Spectacles ft Eye-Glosses In iteel, rubber, tUvar and goll
frarnii.  The float Pebble, made, U per pair; all tight, toiled, •
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS.   Having learned th.
<
,  . -     Having lc ,....
„    from tome ot the float Horologers in England, and •Ince thn
managed the watch-repairing department, of a few of the beat flrmi on th. couti- .
nent of America, Is a tufBclent guarantee ol good" workmanship.   Formerly inana- :
Bto    ""Mod ""tl0' U" """■kn°'TI, &rA " **^*«''-fm",*so«'<i«l. .
UosTBUL, DM,,%7.-Mr. F. Cnlw.-Andw. Robertson, Em., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Comniiuloau., uyn .*'I never found a Watchmaker who did M
well for mi aa yon did when In Montreil, ud Uraa)rry yojrtre not haw to-diy."
■a,-1  - J ....J....1 LL...I      i    . ;
I    J DRuas T-?. DRl-osTTDRUas^j-i
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
New WesttoinsteC B* O.
II DRUGs"pP- DBUQsTTdRUGS^jL DRUGS CS
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE * RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with ill the Dooton In the City.  Call on
ut any time and we will ring your Dootor up for you,
,    0|MaS*mdRyafortheiileofHedliilneoaly:-Mouiiiia,gtolO.IOo'clock| i
Aitirnooh, 2 to 8; Evimtio, 8.90 to 9.30.
MBDIQAL •t-TATjT.,
New WMinluMr, B. c. Rat Caal.alal a.*.-.
OCT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT OP. dwaUlOle
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
HAS JUST RECEIVED
30 Boxes Christie ft Mccormick's best Crackers, Biscuits aad
Candles.
SO Boxes Choice Creamery Cheese.
HO Small Cheese 114 lbs), jutt the thing for family un,
St Tubs very line Creamery Batter.
*JO Bolls best B.C. Batter.
WA full line of first-class Groceries, Flour, Feed, etc., alwayi on bud.
Ooodt delivered to ill part, of the city. ;< ' > dwnoSto
ttr im mx -wttr ■«
Evening Shades
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV-
eries of New Goods for the coming season. Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEW.
EST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored &
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades ln Pongee Silks and
muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household & Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts.
Waterprooft A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Furnishings. Clothing, Hats, Ties, <*o.       ^
W. * C. WOLFENDEN,
    ■ ■a-JOJ-.T-'r     	
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