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NEW WMTMrnSTBR, R 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1888.
NUMBER 86
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Kooml,, .'• •,, Colonial Hotel.
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■    -UBNSTKR, aOUOTTOR, 40.
Of the Province of Manitoba.
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BABKBTER, 8OU01TOB, As.
Oitioas-Muonle Building,
tmtmt     H N4wWie*tmlniter,RO.
tt*  »OBJMH ■OlaB.'t.C*.
™  BARRBTKR-AT-LAW.
Liad Agent,        ,   ;    Money to Leu.
Columbl.au,
,1.1*4*-.,..Q       New Weitminster, B. C.
pLOW * JIACLtJHB,
ARCHITECTS.
Ornoa-Room E,
Over Bank of B.C.,
dauSlte
Columbia Street,
Q W OBAHT,
AHOHITEcm j
Omoa-Corner M.ry uid Cl.rkson ttt,
dwfetite .    __.
-VrALLANDAlNE * (AK.OM,
. ■ ,  abchot'toj'a ,,..,,,
lane.Bloek,      -•'luo* .ijiiiBlu-lnfiM.
VA»COoV'E«;'ft'c.!>MaT''v;"
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•nriLLIAK B. KIOTO,
: ARCHITECT,
BOTLDDJ8 A LAND SURVEYOR,
,   , SANWABY ENGINEER.
pj7*ua-New Maionlo Block,
'   Wutmlniter.
ALBERT J. ULL.        „  „ :
M, OA*. 800.0. E.
CIVIL KNG1NFER,
LAND SURVEYOR and     ■
DRACOHT8MAN.
omoa-NewMuonlo Block, I
. dwathlaVle *t«w Wutmlniter,
m
J. WSJJUst *-<».,
ACXXJUMTA-IW, STOCKBROKERS,
.RIAL ESTATE, MSDRANOE and
.'.    GENERAL AGENTS.
8, Bask Buildings, NiwWeilmiuiter, B.C.
14 Clare Road, Halifax, Engl and.
dwmynte
m * (U**i
AUCTIONEBR AND APPRAISER,
Col.mril.8tmt,... .Ntw WnUalMter
AH eeamuttoni will reoelv. prompt
aad careful .tuition. Belt reference!
glv.nwh.u required. mhu-te
eaa
■BT
RAND BROS.
pniL ■■>»• wmkhm,
, , i 0.s*.raas«*.| ClUel.vi,
'        . Af asll.
omen it VlOTORIAi fort Street,
I p;. wraw
VANCOUVER, Cordova Strut.
FARM LAIfDS of lonerlor quality for
Ml. at Chllllwhiek, Tort Hammond,
UMlH, M.uqul, Sumu, Mud B.v,Ud-
ktrTuhdlag, Lulu Ialand, North Arm
Map* and Plant exhibited and the fallen lawraalM. rurallh«lat^li>arolleM,
lUOIc ,   /) I
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
y TUM FRI'sBH. grSTKISMADK
U Isif. or Small Sural of Money Advanced
oa Good Securities, it Reatonable
,...,,   ,    Riu. of Intireit
fwsu IPtr Salt •» rnuer Blver, .lave
... kel«wNewWe>l«u.,ler.
'■■'■<■■ WILLIAMS BROS, are In conslantcom-
■u.leatlon with Intending settlers from
■rafliadaadelaewhere,and haveapeelai
faonltlt. for efleotl ng sal es.
wer than anr other
.rW'llranTlll. aadCor-
dova Slreita.ind oppoiite 0. P. R. Station,
Ta.M.v.r, fe. c. .  dapllml
III       I   U
Power of_Attorn©y.
TVJ*"-1**? MY ABSEHOB jPItOM THE
■ IJ Provlnoe, Mr. John 0. Bnwa, Feet-
rouur, hold, my Power ol Altoru.r, and
ll uthoriied to repretent mi III >ri> tale
of my ml ettate In the oity or district.
—ILLIAM CLARKSON.
of ray	
dMllml
Sticks! Sticks!
JUST ARRIVEn-5,000 SACKS nnd 1,000
more an route. Farmen, lend In your
ordiriMrly, Uut I iany know how many
to Import.,'.'"'
W.RAtJ8TW.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of ill kinds of the but nwkea; Cross-cut & Hand-SnWS,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, ud ill th. neceuary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Hone *€lmln in .11 .lie.; Pilch,
Tor & Oakum) Tined and PUin Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
in ill colon; Liquid Palate iu all tha<-     ~-—--'-.- -•--. «_._j
Stonest Wall Paper i» all duigni;
LnWcatlng OOm TiW of i*U ,
Agrlcnltnral Implemeato.
•T Special attention given to orden by mall.
'. .ft j. -t-r^.i?f *sc.qtou,
dwjlyStc Columbia Sibskt, Nsw Wsrhiiistix.
S*=ia!^aw*a||s«*S5!fWii«»M"^ I'1       111  i-——UlA-iSC...:—
inallcclon; Llguld Palate iu all .hadei; Floor Paints ready to use; Grllld
*""        —-■»-—■■•        •'• „, BMOIIiB&BrtWbei for ill purposes;
I ducrlptloni, and a general auortment of
I
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IK      '
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMblA    8TREETi
"tsTe-wr   "*?vt*7'estnQ±CLBter,   S.   O.
dwjtfflto
BIG CLEARING SALE
New Boots and Shoes
A. B. WINtEMUTE'S,
For the Next 30 Days, at Cost
GLOBE HOUSE.
New Goods.  New Goods.
DIRECT FROM THE BRITISH MARKETS.
mitfW     tand for Sale.
Fancy and Plain Dress Goods—VERY CHEAP.
Cashmeres, in all shades, j -.;
Latlic i' Dolmans, Coats and. Jerseys—Newest Styles.
Mush js—Plain and-Fancy.
Satins—Plain, Striped and Brooche.
Ladies' Waterproofs—a Large Variety; Newest Shapes,
All 8eUln« at Prices to Suit Hie Times.
daeasii MRS. WM. RAE.
ATTEJ^TIOW
3294, ACRES
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
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MATTERS PROPERTY
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Consisting of .5294 aci-es excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 2Q acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location,,on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing'atld jgoqrj^igbil rbafts
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
J-S--A competent man Is now on the ground
to show Intending purchasj>rs the property
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
RAND BROS.
dwinslto
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
porlty.itrengthainlwliolesomeness. Mon
ioonomteal than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only In cans,
RoTAX. Basing Powdbe Co., 106 wall SU,
New York.
Kely
Tug for Sale!
TUGBOAT 76 FEET} COMPOUND MA-
chlnery, by Eastern m&hors. '
M°l!S9R8. BEW10KE A WULPaPBOHN,
djoflto Vancouver, B, C.
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING AM ACRES
A     Prairie Land, 6 miles from Port
Moody, 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-rood.
Can be purchased with or without slock.
Terms easy.—Apply to
■*■;       ,   ,     A..MOLEAN,'
siiamnoitVhaSz>
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Vnneduvor.
er.,
DECTION2.J (CONTAINING 100 ACRES,
O mon oi* leas', Block 5 North, Range
Two West, Township No. 38, Range West
of Coast Meridian, New Westminster Die*
Utot: about _% miles from Brownsville,
on Yale road: iy, miles from Fraser river.
Improvements-r-T acres clenred; all under
fence,) House, Burn, Woodshed; 2 good
wells flrst-class water, A young Orchard,
consisting of SOvnrlotles of fruit trees from
3 to 4 years old; 6 tons of good Timothy
Hay and one ton of Oats In the barn.
Tenders for the above win bo received
by the undersigned up to noon of Weanw-
dny, 3ls( lust. TeiiMS-half cash; balance In one year, bearing Interest at 8 por
cent, per annum. We do not bind ourselves to accept any tender.
M>. 8. CURTIS,
dwocfltd _ For Executors.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
2, APPRENTICES  10   TH,
, -.maktngi Terras on application to
-' I1*- MISS HM^OTBfcr
docQtc Columbia Bt,, New West,
MRS. E. J. MILLER
WILL RESUME CLASSES IN PAINT*
Ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
In all branches, at Rooms nt Mrs. Stir-
sky's, Columbia st,, Saturday. October*
Hours from 9 to 12 a. m, and l to 4 p. m.
rfcTOTIOJSl.
PRICES OP ROUGH LUM-
ber have been established
on the basis of $11 per thousand feet. A detailed price list
will be sent on application.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILM 00.
ILImltedJ,
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. |Ld.J
dwae!6ml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry! Machine Works
THE PROPRIETORS OP THESE
works have much pleasure tn notifying their friends and the public that they
are now prepared to receivo and promptly
executo any orders for work in their Hue
with which they may be favored. -
AsHcKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, AC, 8th May, 1888,
 divmyiate	
MAJOR i PEARSON
Real Estate Brokci-s and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Mfe Association of
Toronto.
Koyal and Lnnoaihtre Fire Insttr-
'■   ance Companies,
BAsValliablo Lots for salo in the City
ana District of Westminster} and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Porsons wlsliln-- to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
'tis.     -.,■'." . ' .
Offices: Bunk of B.O. building, opposite
nost oflice, Wc8tmitistcr,and HastlngsSt,,
Vancouver. dwaplOlc
II*
COLUMBIA  STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAiTHTPropirietor
XA RAITH BEGS TO INFftftM THE
J;, Publio that ho bus bought the.Inter-
«t of Mm. Bonson, who Is retiring from
hotel buslnoi-s. Having thoroughly refitted and furnished the House, tho travelling public and residents of New Westminster will And this one of the most
comfortable nnd convenient hotels, conducted on temperance principles; situated in tlio- buclneiH portion of the oity
afid commending a beautiful view of the
fraser river. dwocOta
gailg |riti«k Columbian
Tredatadar Evulas, Oil. II, UM.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A Liverpool, Eng., boy of eleven
years of age committed suicide by
hanging himself in his bedroom.
He had refused to go to ichool, and
in order-to bring him to reason his
father had locked him tip. In a tit
of rage and disappointment th. lad
fastened a cord to a ventilator in
tbe wall and hanged himself With
refractory pupils there is a better
inode than limply locking them up.
Their reasons for not wanting to go
to ichool might be heard, and their
obJMrioni given lomo coniiifaritlnn.
It is not often, however, that a boy
carries hia hatred of school to the
length of putting an end to hia life.
It is usually the teachers who are
brought to the verge of despair by
the boys.
An exchange lays: The theory
that the horrible murders whioh are
terrifying London have been committed by hired assassins of a medical publicist could only be bawd on
the working! of a disordered brain.
Whole subjects do not cost anything
like the price laid to be offered for
a single organ, which price is absurdly high in view of the proposed ■ purpose. Moreover, the enquiries made
in intelligent quarters, when compared with the condition of the
bodies of the victims, would be certain to fix the guilt and make the
public use of the trophies impossible.
The easiest theory would seem to be
that the Crimea hid been committed
by some crazy Dr. Jekyll while un.
der hia maniac condition asMr.Hyde.
We ran across a story lately which
illuitratei very forcibly the folly of
those people who insist uponmaking
their Own intelligence the meaeure
of all thing,. A (nan may persuade
himself, .and even some of hit co-
temporaries that he "knows it all1';
but haw will the next generation
look at itt Sir Isaao Newton, in
his work on tbe prophecies of the
books of Daniel and the Revelation,
said that if the predictions of these
book! were true, as be well knew
tbey were, then it would be necessary that some new modes of traveling ihould be invented and brought
into use. And he further laid, that
the knowledge of mankind would be
so increased before a certain date or
time alluded to in the prophecy
(namely the 1,260 years, whioh most
commentator! agree in Axing not
far from A, D, 181*0), that men
would be able to travel at the rate
of some fifty miles an hour. Voltaire, seeing thii statement of Newton's, in the sneering ipiritnfscepticism, said, "Now look at 'the
mighty mind of Newton, the great
philosopher who discovered the law
of gravitation. When he became
an old man and reached the time of
his.dotage, he. began to itudy the
book called the Bible, and in order
to give. credit to iti fabulous non
seme he would have us believe that
the knowledge of mankind will yet
be so increased, that by-and-by we
shall be able to travel fifty miles an
hour I Poor dotard I"
About the middle of the last century a young cadet named Maike-
leyne went to India, where he became acquainted with Lord Olive.
The acquaintance ripened into intimate friendship and led to constant
association. There hung up in
Maskelyne'a room several portraits,
among others a mini tt' e which attracted Olive's attention. One day
after the English mail had arrived
Olive aiked Maikeloyne if he had
received any English letters, adding:
"We bave been very muoh misunderstood at home and much censured in
English circles," Maikeleyne replied that he had, and read to bis
friend a letter he then held in his
hand. A day or two afterward
Olive came back to aik to have the
letter read to him again, "Who ia
the writer!" inquired Olive. "My
lister," was the reply: "my sister
whose minature hangs there.". "Is
it a faithful representation!" further
asked Olive. "It is," replied Mas-
keleyne, "of her face and form; but
it is unequal to represent the excellence of her mind and character."
"Well, Maskeleyne," said Olive, taking him by the hand, "you know mo
well, and can speak of me as I really
am. Do you think that girl oquld
be induced to tome to India and
.marry met In the present state of
affairs I dare'not hope to be able to
go to England." Maskeleyne wrote
home nnd so recommended Olive's
suit that the lady acquiesced, went
to India, and in 1761 was married
at Madras to Olive, then rising to
tho highest diltinetion,
Hollowly. Cam Cure dwtroy. all
kinda of corns iad warts, root and
branch. Who thsn wonld endure thorn
with mioh a cheap and effectual remedy
within roach 1
Children Cryfor Rtehert&rtorh
BY TELEGRAPH.
Tke U.don Tlmn SnbpM.il a Dues
Ralakl. Irlaknea far Hi ■cr.nie la
ta. C.ul.fLltKl Sail.
AFIaklaa Stknaer Cat I. Tw. ulM
Llro Isai-AMUrer Mm Il|h|..A
Silver Tkiuu for Emppr.r
William.
!   UST KWBI'S DK8PATCHK8.
OEHHAK,ABUSI:».
Lokdoh, Oct. 9.—The Zanzibar native! have informed the Britiih igenti
that their quarreli with the Oermini
.ii due to unneceitiry interference! on
the pirt of the litter with native, custom!. Their hostility ii directed
Igiinit the German Africa Company
mtomrn, nneVtheOenana guvrit.til.lTt fr
held in the higheit relpeot. The igenti
remirk that Germany would bett promote her intereiti by itopping the
company's abuses,
thewnirEcmrELuurdehs.  ,'.
London, Oot. 9.—At the White-
chapel inqueit today several turgioni
depoied that the body found in White
chapel il thit of a woman of unusually
fine appearance and evidently of good
Weill itanding.   In reference to the
Sneral dciire that Mood honndi ihould
used in the learoh for the White-
ohipel murderer, the police hire purchased several of theie animal, md pat
them in training. They are not ita-
tioned at Whitechapel diitrict, however, but are located in stalls in out of
way placei io that no nobody will know
from whit quirter to expect them,
OTTAWA   NOTES.
Ottawa, Oct. 9.—The writ «V the
eleotion at Cariboo waa despatched today to Mr, Stevenion, the reluming
officer, at Gjueanelle, who will fix the
date oo which it will be held.
The Montana ranchmen are uking
for a modification in the Dominion
quarantine regulation! with regard to
the cattle.
40 townihipi, compriiing 800,000
seres ire being .nrreyed in the Northweit ind British Oolumbia thii seiton.
Fife mrveying pirtiei ire employed
on-the Pacifio elope.
-Neirly ill of the Indian reaervei in
the North-weit will have aurplua wheat
for ule thii yeir.
A telephbn. intern will be eatabl ith-
id at Banff by the government.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
JXAOSHIP ABBIVIO.
San Fbanoisco, Oct. 10.—The U.
S. .hip Vindilia, the nVunhip of the
Pioific iquidron, hii arrived here from
Honolulu.
ma iathes or VOLAFUK.
Paxis, Oct. 10.—Father Schleyer,
the inventor of the new language,
Volapuk, ii dead, aged 57,
BBEAD ADVANCES.
Chicaoo, Oot. 10.—Aa a reault of
the recent advance In whut ud the
consequent riie in the price of flour, the
local bakers who have been debating
the quettion for leveral diyi decided
hut evening to advance the price of
breed one cent per loif to comumen.
, William's visit to some,
Rome, Oct. 10.—Extensive preparation! are being made to receive the
Emperor William tomorrrpw. The
■nagni'oient ailver throne, a jubilee
gift to the pope by the people of Barcelona, whioh hai been placed beside
the pope'i chiir will be occupied by
the emperor,
A SCHOONER BUN DOWN.
New Yobx, Oct. 10.—The National
line iteimer, Queen, arrived todiy.
It collided with the fishing ichooner
Midelin. off th. Newfoundland cout
lut Friday, evening, during a fog, cutting the ichooner in two. Twenty of
the ichooner'i crew were drowned.
Four uvea). The ichooner Midelini
uiled from Granville, France, and waa
on thi return voyige to Havre after a
lucceutul fishing teuton when run
down by the Queen, The captain, two
matel and cook of the ichooner were
uved by the Queens boiti and Undid
here thu morning. The twenty men
drowned wer. all below when the col-
lition occurred ind u the schooner link
immediately after being cut in two it
wai impomble to uve them. Captain
Healy, muter of the Queen, wid thii
ifternoon that at the time of the collision Fint Officer .Taction hid charge
of the Queen. A white light wu
■een by him off tho port bow and he
thought the veuel wat at anchor.. The
Queen wat making ten knots per hour
Had Jackson's supposition been correct, the Queen would have passed the
Madeline lafely. The accident ia due
to Ihe display of a wrong signal tin the
Madotine. After the colliiion the
Queen waa at once backed to clear the
wreckage, and only 4 peraoni in all
were aeen from deck. Much to the
officers' astonishment the pssieugers
on tho Queon felt the thuck und many
rallied on deck. Fourth Mate Taylor
re-uuured the pauengcri by telling
thorn the iteimer had only dropped
anchor.
THE   M1DDLEPARK FLATS.
London, Oct. 10 Tlio Middlepark
plate was won by Donovon.
SHOOTINtl AlfRAV.
Pendleton, Or., Oot. 10.—News
hu just been received here that a
shooting sorapo occurred on Thursday
In the mountains forty milei eut of
here, between Enoch Bowley, a iheep
harder, and Ed. ind Lon Oimpbell,
iheep ownen. A bind of iheep which
Bowley was herding became mixed
with Campbell'i iheep, md in separating them a dispute arose. Bowley
drew hii pivtol and emptied it at the
Campbelli. Two bullet! itruok Len
Campbell, but Ed. eacaped unhurt.
The latter drew hii revolver and fired
one ihot just ■• Bowley vmiihed in
the bushes, ind it took effect. Len
Oimpbell has died from his injuries,
and Bowley il not expected to lire.
TBI FABND*. IIIIL SHI.
Doeun, Oot 10.—Th. Frteman't
Journal atatea thit the London Time,
hu eubposnied Tnasthy. Hirringtod
to produce minutes, cub, banking)
letter md check books and the lex-gen
of the national league, ladiu' national
league and labor and industrial union,
from 1879 to 1888 for elimination. In
the libel tuit brought againit tb.
Times by Parnell. It also liyt that
the Times will luppoaM Meun. Mc-
Oirthy, Biggir, Oimpbell, Sexton,
Nolan, Quint, Cox, Kenny md T. P.
O'Connor for the defense.:
ANOTHER FRIII  WOHT.
Doves, N. J., Oct. 10.—Th. light
weight championship fight between
Jack Mo Auliff ud Bill Key lor a $1,-
000 puna and the loiice Gatettt Alt-.
mond belt, took pile, thu morn-
•%'.-» a Ism our est* Bm
fierce md duperati round, wer.
fought, McAuliffe finally knocking hii opponent out. Daey evidently
wu over-matched. MoAulifija wu
aeconded by Jick Dempwy md Doo-
ney Hirril, while Daoey wai looked
after by Tommy Burnet. Mike Cleary,
the well-known aportio. thin, wu referee. The winner! weight wulSl.lbi;
while Dicey scaled 130.      wit
.    THE STBMTOAB STRIKI.
Chicaoo, Oct. 10.—No «fbrt was
mid. thii morning by the wut lid.
itreet compiny to run can, aatt a tie
up of the road ii more oornpbt. than
yeiterday. All itock m«n in the western avenue car barm were notified this
morning that their lern'cei will not b.
required until the itrike waa over.
TDBKI8H DEFENCES.
CONSTANTINOFLE,    Oct.       10.—Th.
Turkiih government hii decided to ei-
tibliih an inenil, dockyard Ind harbor worki at Jeddih and a flotilla at
Servii on the Bed Sea. ...
THE FBIOE OF MIAD.
New York, Oot. 10.—Th. Inker, of
thia city meet to-night to dattuu the
Bdvuability of raising the prioe of
bread. Thii action ii the mult of th.
•teidy advance in the wholeule price,
of flour, consequent upon tbe wheat
rue. ""
WHEAT.
ChiOaoo, Oot. 10.—The wheat market opened weak thia,**Ma-ia-, -but -
quickly rallied, ud cloud.itrong at
noon. Oct., llOji Nov., _U_; Dee.,
118iuked. Priou itilTeud.aaaio lit
the ifternoon, October doting at 11M:
Nov., 1121; *>««•. H4*r* "  '
New York, Oct, 10,—Then wa.
little activity in the whut mirkit thb
morning. Trumotiuni were confined
to December, which cloud itMdy .t
113 uked. - Pricei wer. u followi at
tbe afternoon clou: Oct.. IU; Nor.,
112; Dec., 11*4.-
iai.BKrooL, wet. io.—Trutti quiet
buttteady.   Cala., 8a, Id.
San Francisco, Oct 10.—Th. local
wheat market wu firmer and °| cents
higher thii morning,   Sunn, |1.83;
Nov., »1.66; Dec., 11.68.    ;
prison job uri.
Eeddino, C»!i., Oct. 10.—Le.
Sykes, who murdered old man Henderson on the Bedding itag. two yius
igo, wu lentenoed thii morning to
imprUonment for. lira in tke list.
priion. _____^____—__^_^^: "T: -w
P. M. MarkeU, Wut Jeddon, N. S.,
write.: "I vriih to inform yon of the
wonderful qualitiu of Dr. Thomu' Eclectric Oil. I had . hon. to Ume that h.
oould aoircely walk; the trouble wu in
the knee; and two or three application!
completely cured him."
....      —-.,
late CaMslaB Newg.
Halifax, Oct 5.—Clark Caldwell,
a builder, fell from th* top of th. new
church of England institute building
thii evening ud .uitained injnruM that
caused hii death in five minutei.
St. John, N.B., Oct 6.—Attorney-
General Blair will engage tha wvice.
of a detective to collect information re-
tpioting the murder of Mn. John Niy-
ler, of Clarendon itation.
Quebec, Oct. B.—Hit eicellency tha
governorgeuinlhuaubuUMd f 1,000
towards the ewction of a monument
to Jaoquu Cutler, at Huth Point.
Engineer Brock, of St Dsvid, work,
ing on the Intercolonial railway, wu
horribly burned while working on his
engine at River Du Loup. Hu injuries ire very lerioui.
The adjacent pariih of Laval nport.
lix inchei of mow on the ground.
Halifax, Oct. 8.—Fint Luutuu!
Thompaon, of H. M. S. Emerald, blew
his brains out off Ihe coast of Niw*
foundland. He had been
a long time.
Quebec, Oct 8.—The Protuluti
complain of discrimination by th. corporation in favor of Catholic oharahei,
•II of whioh hive from one to four electric lampi outside, while not on. Pro-
tenant church hu u much u a liugle
limp.
Montreal, Oct 8.—McKay, one of
tho heroea of the mock marriage ewe,
hu been teen in thaajity from Winnipeg. He beat hii way to St Paul, ind
thence to Chicago ind Montreal,, baring to tnmp many milei through
■wimpaand buthel.. He pretinti a
pitible tight He hu no money, ud
it ii not known when he it itopping
or where he will go next.
The Hamilton powdwoompia- Juv.
taken au action for f 10,000 igiinit thi
Ouarantee Compiny pf North Anuria,
for the policy of insurance upon their
cuhier, Samuel Johnson, wbo commit,
ted inicide. Shortly tftw Johruon'i
death, it will be remembered, It tun-
spired that h.wua d.fault.r to the
extent of about $5,000.
Kingston, Oct 8.—Tho Ouitomi
official! Mined at immoral literature all
copies of thi New York Uluifrafed
News exposed for ule on Saturday.
Much distress ud iloknew iu children
is csnsed by worms. Mothir Otavt.'
Worm Exterminator give, relief bvr».
moving the cute. Olre it»trSllhd.b.
convinoed. j. ■' iu".ff.- »p;»
:;ll!  luotninft to
V H »|f!,» a, fM: Sail*} fniish Columbian
WeatecatUr Eveantg. Qcl^
roif our readers may, perhaps,
thinlt'thatTiiEOoLUMDiANisalittle
preinatiire in agitating on account
of next year's agricultural and industrial exhibition to be held in this
■oity.   But; one of the greatest mis-
','. takes made in connection with those
shows is the praotice which has ob-
_________ this wnntry of relegating
tile ntattei' to the oblivion of forgot-
fSneu untii within a short time of
the holding of the show. Such a
policy can contribute to but one. result   Examples of  this  we have
' already seen, there are many
things that the agriculturist, especially, can do, six, ten, and oven
twelve months in advance, to promote tho success of the next year's
fall ihow, by preparing to excel in
his own exhibit. If the farmers
and other exhibitors throughout the
province are assured in advance that
the1 next exhibition is to be made
the banner show of the province—as
well in the monetary encouragement
offered exhibitors, the extent and
Variety of the exhibits, the stimulating competition and rivalry induced
by all seotions of the province being
represented, the large number of
visitors present, the tone and pro-
portionH of the whole affair, and the
nnlrersal1 interest manifested—the
natural result will be that each will
take a special pride and ambition
in preparing for a choice and extensive exhibit of his own, and thus
will i the grand result bo all that
could be desired. ' The same forehanded policy will insure, too, a largo
number of visitors, and these will
not only contribute tb the success of
the show, but'will'be'a direct bone-
fit, to the city. Looking at the
question in the most selfish, and
least patriotic, way, Westminster,
besides advertising herself extensively and securing enviable funic,
oan make considerable capital in a
financial sense by managing tin next
annual exhibition in a spirit of liberality and progress. In proposing
a fund to be raised by public subscription, we do not mean for the
citizens to Shoulder the whole thing.
A certain amount of government aid
we are entitled to, and the more we
can get the better; but there is a
great deal to be done, when we take
into account, too, the preparing of
ample grounds and buildings in this
city, and if we depend altogether
upoh governmental assistance and
the ordinary revenue of the association, we must be content with an
exhibition something after the usual
sort, which is not. worthy of the
Royal City.. There are other considerations whioh we have not mentioned as yet Westminster, it is
true, has made a creditable effort
and has secured the holding of the
next show' at this place. So far
so good. Hut, Unless we bestir
ourselves, we shall find that this np-
parent acquisition is a mere hollow
bauble in our 'hands—a shadow,
while others hare the substance.
Indications are not wanting which
warrant us in predicting that both
Victoria and Vancouver will hold
exhibitions ol their own next year,
got up and carried through principally by private enterprise. We
know enough of our dster cities to
be ooaarinwid that these shows will
be no ^small pumpkins," and will
cost the'provincial show altogether
into the shade unless it be very
much in advance of the ordinary affair. We trust that our citizens
and prominent arid wealthy men
throughout the district will "come
up to the scratch" and "encourage
home industry." Let us nave such
» show next year in the Royal Oity
as will astonish the natives. If any
of our capitalists do not approve of
the plan of Tns Columbian, our
column! are open to suggestions, but
our money is there just the same.
Quite a furor is lieing raised these
dayi on account of the attitude and
expressions of American politicians
—principally the mumblcrs and
ranters of the U, S. Republican
senate—towards Canada. Senator
Sherman is doing n good deal of
talking in a top-lofty style just now
about annexing Canada. The noble
Knator il not exactly a blusterer of
.'. the Riddleberger stamp, and therefore his utterances gain more respect
i than, considering the nutter of
them, they deserve.   One of our tic
' saatchw published the other day
r-ads as follows: " Sherman's stato-
' ' tnent on tho relations of the United
States with Canada is accepted by
Canadian statesmen generally, irre-
,-Motive of parties, throughout the
Dominion,   as an  intimation that
■'■ leading Republican! have decided
tthat Canada must be annexed or
'fight for her  independent   national
". exiltence. Annexation olubs will
jfrobably be itarted in Ontario and
Quebec and the maritime provinces.
Leading imperial federationists are
hutily pushing an extension of the
1*»gtie againit annexation." Now,
Ih spite of the above, no one believes
" anything of the sort. It is a little
too itrong to down, that "the leading
BspuUiosns have decided that Canada must be annexed or fight for
■her ihdr-pendent national existence."
It OapMat is truo to herself, it is
perfectly atfe to wager that she will
neither have to "fight" nor will she
jbe : '-annexed." I The redoubtable
uWioen senators are probably
|, to offset President
'^-'stioh" dodge sw-
lS
make capital for their party in
eyes of the Anglo-pliobist electors.
Whon this cruel (presidential) war
is^er, thingaltvill settle down intqi
a normal.groove again, and reason.'
and common .sense will have an
innings for a change. And a delightful change it will blj"too.
The commercial unionists, nf whom
Erastus Wiman is tbe leader and
oracle, have been showing their
hand rather indiscreetly, according
to an article in a late number of the
Toronto Empire under the striking
heading, "The Scheme Laid Bare."
On Sopt. 29th last, Erastus Wiman
sent, by the telegraph line controlled
by him—the Great Northwest Telegraph—tho following telegram, from
New York, to tho Toronto newspaper offices, Including the Umpire/
"Now York, Sept. 29.—I deem it
my duty to say that information
from Washington reaches mo of a
reliable character to the effect that
the senate committee of foreign affairs have, during the past few days,
in furtherance of the views of its
chairman, Senator Sherman, been
discussing the question of inviting
the Dominion of Canada to join the
United State.. So far ImvR matters
progressed that it is not at all unlikely that a resolution will be reported for the concurrent action of
both houses, declaring it to be the
duty of tho president to open negotiations with Gteat Britain looking to a political union between the
English speaking nations on this
continent, The condition attending
the invitation of Canada is understood to be that the United States
would assume the entire debt of the'.
Dominion, estimated at three hundred millions of dollars. Commercial
union was urged as the basis of tbe
proposed negotiation, on tlie ground
that while tt largo majority might be
secured for it, only a small minority
favored political union,but the sentiment of the committee was. so strong
in favor of proposing at first political union that it was impossible to
contend with it.—Erastus Wiman."
Very shortly afterwards the same
newspapers roceived the following
telegram: "We are now requested
by Erastus Wiman to withdraw his
communication in reference to the
doings of the foreign affairs committee of the American senate. Will
you please do this and greatly oblige,
G. N. W. Telegraph Ob:" The
Empire, rightly enough, refused to
suppress the first telegram, but gave
it to the public through its columns.
The whole transaction, coupled
with the tenor of the first despatch
and the insight which it gives into
the workings and the designs of commercial unionists and annexationists
on both sides of the line, is well
fitted to throw discredit and suspicion upon the entire so called
"commercial union" movement.
Absolute commercial union with the
United States, at the expense of our
relations with the empire at large,
wo do not want anyway. A measure of reciprocity with our American neighbors would be desirable,
leaving us free to adjust our own
trade relations with the mother
country and with the rest of the
world. But the eager and 'riiisY
directed zeal of the Wimanites and
Shermanites to tie us up into an inextricable knot with the United
States will, we believe, meet with a
well-deserved rebuke from every
true Canadian. Miu Canada is
perfectly willing to be a "sister" to
Uncle Sam, but his spouse, never I
The Proprietors of Parmelee'a Pills are
constantly receiving letters similar tb
the following, which explains itself,
Mr. John.A. Beam, Waterloo, Ont,
writes: "I never used auy medicine that
can equal Parmelee'a Pilla for Dyspepsia or Liver ud Kidney Complaints.
The relief experienced after using them
wu wonderful." As a safe family meili-
cine Parmelee's Vegetable Fills can be
given in all cues requiring a Cathartic.
Children Cr) for Pitcher1; Castoria
TTT C. T. tP.-REGUI.AR MEETING
Vv . every Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the W. 0. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas HI.  Loyal Legion ln the same
Elui.li every Friday afternoon.  Mns. Jah.
ij.vninoham, President; Miss DbBkck,
Secretary. diui21te
A union LODGE Se, «, A. F.
J, A. M,—Tlie regular Com-
miinleiillnns of tills Lodge nre
held on tlio llr.it Monday In each
month. Sojourning lirethrcn aro cordially Invited tontteuil
PF.TER GRANT,
!t.2;i-U.. Secretary.
CAUTION.
fpHB PUlfLIO ARE HEREBY CAU-
X Honed not to nurcliii.se n note tor 890
from J. W. Wells In favor of W. H. -Tonkin-*. ocMW-wtl
Executor's Notice.
AM. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A tiKalnsttlioEstate of the late John
H, Mclnnes must present same, properly
verified, to the undersigned on or before
the Hist inst., nnd all persons indebted to
an Id Estate must nay forthwith.
D. B CURTIS,
For Executors,
New West., Oct. li, 1888. docStd
NOTICE.
Umber.purposes the following described
lands,situated In New Westminster Bla-
trlct, B. C„ on the southerly aide ol Harrison lake, and about twenty milea Irom
Harrison hot springs:     ,    .      .      ,1.
Commencing at a port planted at the
south-west corner of Plot No. One [II ot
Martin A Son's application lortheHarrison Hnw Mills, dated September Mill,
1888, post marked H. ». Mill; thenee UO
chains north, 70 deg. west, to a poat marked 8. W. poat, H. S. Mill! thence 20 ohalns
north-cast to a post marked S. w. port,
II. 8. Mill: thenee eut 105 chain.to a pott
marked N.E.poat, H.8. Mill; thenoe 40
chains south to place of commencement
—containing about SOO aores.
HARRISON SAW MILLS. •
Cattd October*,till* U^™iaWla
iwr
A Creaking Hinqe
Is dry and turns htu*U. until oil is applied,
afteir which it moves oaslly. When the
joints, or hinges, of the body are stiffened
and Inflamed by Rheumatism, they -cannot bo moved without musing the most
excruciatingpaina. Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
by its action on the blood, relieves tliis
condition, and restores the joints to good
Working order.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has effected, in our
city, many most remarkable cures, in
cases which batUed the efforts of the
most experienced physicians. Were it
necessary, I could give tlie names of
many'individuals who have been cured
by taking this medicine. In my case it
has worked wonders, relieving me of
Rheumatism,
afterheingtroubledwithitforyears. In
tiiis, and all other diseases arising from
impure blood, thero is no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords sueh
relief as Ayor's Sarsaparilla.—R. H.
Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would. It has oradicatod every trace of
disease from my system.—R. H. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I was, (luring many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. The disease
afflicted roo grievously, in spite of all the
remedies I could find, until I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I took several bottles of this preparation, and was
speedily restored to health.—J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prebsrcd fay Dr. J. O. Ayer 8c Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.   Price #1J «ix boltlee,**.
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
-\ite8srs. w. j. walker a comp'y
XlL havo lots for sale in the eity from
850 upwards, ,,
Also, Immediately adjoining the City
limits from 926 upwards; nnd a few remaining lots fit Sapperton at $100 on very
easy terms. ,
Also, Farming Land in Surrey Municipality, near the. International boundary,
and along the line of railway; and Acre
Lotsat Brownsville in flrst-class situations
nt profitable rates.
Intending Investors are Invited to call
immediately, before prices are ndvanced.
The advertisers offer their services as
agents for the PURCHASERS of property,
nnd as such will give the fullest informal-ton and advice to tholr best ubllity.to
strangers aud others, respecting any proposed Investment in land, whether in
their own hands for sale, or otherwise,
8 Bank Buildings, Oity. dwTauto
WYE. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Healer In Wooden *md Hetalle Bar*
IrU Caikets. Funerals conducted.
A full I Ine of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. . Satisfaction guaranteed in every particular.
dwocitc Columbia St. New Weit.
HISTOCENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
T,H. JORDAN'S HISTOOENETIC SYS-
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Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchltll, Catarrh, Ery
alpelaa, Bright'. Disease, Heart Disease,
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Dlptherla, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, ulceration of Bone, Whooping Cough,
Cholera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
nnd all female complaint!. The system
la simple. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and fcr-
menta,Organlo Bodies and ao on which are
normally prepared ln the body by the
glands, . For sale by _. j
dteutc M. DESBRISAY.
TO SAW JILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufacturers of
Gano, Cirouui and Heavy Bano Saw Mill*-,
For the convenience of their British Columbia frlonds, have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co
MILLWRIGHTS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS,
WEHTHINBTKV,    , .
Their Sole Agents for thii Province,
We are now building a special llneof
Machinery for this country, equal to anything built on the American continent,
Before making any changes you will do
well to correspond with our agents.
anSdwte
WM. HAMILTON, Br.(
President.
DR. CHILD'S
An Infallible Remedy!
"I hod Piles very bad. Trcntmont by
various dootors and ut Medical Instltuto
did me no good, Dr. Child's Pile Ointment cured me," J, Kivn.
"I had Piles fifteen years. A 53 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment has about cured
mo." J. Ror.T.nv,
(Mr. Il, now reports that he Is completely cured),
"I had Piles ovor ten years. Suffered
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's Pile Ointment, which gave Immediate relief, and
I now consider myself cured."
Thos. Eckemlky,
Loco. Engineer,
"I had Piles about thirty years. Was
often laid up with them, was under
treatment three months In hospital at St.
Paul, but nothing did me much good till
I got Ih*. Child's Pile Ointment, which re*
Moved me Instantly, One pot cured me
and two othor men."
J, H. Crvikshankh,
  Painter.
PRIOE.  ONI  DOLLAR
D. S. CURTIS UO.
WHOtEIAU A RETAIL DRUCttlllTS,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
dtwifcnil
BON MAROHE
AN BLEGAJrT AS^BtfikNJ toF '
Ladies'iCM'dren'sDolmanettes,
Ulsters << Jackets,
.:'-.-....,-•.   OP THE I£r**fSI!OTI>*
At the jbc»iw mat'
dwsesSniS
.,, Ob xxi_*____, m,
I    III  I       I
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
tar Satisfaction guaranteed.      ilapisu-
x*__.mx*xoxtJ___tx.-_
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(LATE OK ENGLAND)
Corner of Church and Colambla Streets,
NEW WEOTMIN^TER
sarflutlsfaction guaranteed.     Uwfe7tc
3^°'ri<3*B-
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll we Intend to moke application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worth
for permission to lease the following described property for limbering purposes,
vis. i
Commencing at a post planted on the
South side of unsurveyed channel at northwest corner of Lot 25, Valdez Island;
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains, thenoe
south 20 chains, thenoe east 20 chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence east 20
chains, thence south 20 chains, tnence
cast 60 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thonce west -JO ohalns, thence north 80
chains, thence west, 20 chains, thence
north 4) ('luilns, morn or less, to a post on
tho shore of unsnrveyed channel; thenco
following tho shore line in a westerly direction to point of commencement, nnd
containing In all UOO acres, more or less.
. n, a ,nn«       LAIDLAW A CO.
August Slat, 1838. doc2ml
Contract
FAILING   TO   SECUHE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Meyth <>f the Fraser
I now ofler SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Cititenaof
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts.
N. B.—A Brat-class Upholsterer em.
ployed.
iianotc    P. PEEBLES.
0. E, WOODS
Ull Slivivit,
k 0. CAMBU.
Nit-it Paiue.
M,te&Ul8
LAND SURVEYORS,
nti
«|UllHWIInT|i
AND CONVEYANCERS.
Aamrefl tos
-WBwamie Weitern ol Toronto .The XI-
na, The City of London, and Th. Hartford.
Iir«.-Tho New York Lite Inauranoe Ok
AOCIDMT-TheTravellera'of Hartford
Land Surveying In all lta branches accurately .nd promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Landi for late.
We ean .how a complete Hat ol desirable
localities,
Farming Landi, Improved and nnlm-
prove i, throughout the dlslrlct.
-lining .nil other Slock bought and
sold.
Honey to Loan on flrsl mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tilepiiiink Cali, No. PH.
P. O. Dn.iwr.u W.
WOODS, TUKNERIidASBU,
Offin, EiiAtot bum,  • Cuiimu train
trtiw wEOTMimrrtrB.
dmhllto
; Harris
<sc oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and lease Properly,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Ahd tranaact all Buiineu relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOR—
ton'on AnvrMce Corporation.
Connecticut nre Imannce Co. tf
Hartford, ij
London nnd Uicuhlre Ule Aunr-
sice Co.
Canton Iniurtltt. oflee, Ld. (Mntnt)
OFFICES:
Cfrtumbia St., WeW Weifr.
V Government St., Victoria
dwwHyi
Land Registry Ordinance* 1870
Part (90 Acres) of Lot No. 450, Group
II., fn the District of Now Westminster,
'•wthereas the certiwcate of
W Title df Isaac Sinclair Johiston to
the above lands-has boon lost oi destroyed, und application has beon made for ~
duplicate thereof;
Notice Ib therefor* hereby given that a
fresh Certificate will be Issued In
lien of that so lost or destroyed, unions
cause bo shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof.
-    - R.W. ARMSTRONG,
      Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New WesC.itmfaisept,, lass.     dse28ml
iMOTlQI.
Outfit laura to.
of payment thereof ahanged tcWta^tty,
free of charge, hy applying to the under*
signed.
■ar Bisks taken In Ihh InUiinitCnnhi
dtan Company at most favorable rales.
Pr'HENRYV.^UMOlffiSr-
dje28to -AO.HT.
TURNER, BEETON & HO.
v>WtRCHAla.t^/
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
..Xaissmii -yolk   ";;
North British and Mercantile
insurance €o. for Mainland,
H.C. BEETON *00.,
86 Finibnry Circui,
,     London, H.C.
liTOTtOB.
sppllcalon ito the Chief Oommisslo
 THAT
ti d making
-rr-—--' .— —,«..™ ^....nlBSlonerof
Uituli A Works for permission to purchase the following described lands In
Coast District, Province of British Columbia:
No. l.-Cnmmcnclngat the N. E. corner
of Lot $4, Bonn 1 (Vaidts Island); thenoe
east ten (10) ohalns, Bouth to shore lino of
Hoskyn Inlet, thence northwesterly along
shore lino of Hoskyn Inlet nnd Village
bay to the H..E. corner of Lot M, thenoe
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement —containing about 80
acres.
No. 2.-Thfl small Island lying at tbe
head of Village bay, Valdex Island, containing about one (1) acre,
New West., B. C, Sept, 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsollm2 Chaui.ks E. WOODS.
Public Notice
rhin JiSTTteJTioir bS^ tkE prinuo
i Is hereby directed to the''Provincial
-Health fsmall-pox) By-Lavs, 18S8," Issued
by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
ln Council, undurauthorlty of the'-Henlth
Ordinance, Ujfi.*
HeaUb°6Wr for RFs'trlSs lylngioa'th of
n-aser River, I hereby give notice that
North British and
Merc
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Fald np, .     625,000
Fire Fund It Reserves, aa
at 31st Doc, 1887,       -      1,188,118
Revenue Fire Brancn,    1,110,814
S"*TRates as Low as any other
i eliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 0. JAQUES,
Agent (or New Wettmlntter City and
Diitrict. d>22to
HENRY VTOMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—Ann—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
' —Td Hist— '
!V!S
BANK BUILDINGS
;      COLUMBIA ttRHET,
NKW WESTMIN8TBR,   *  B. C.
Opp. Postofflce andnextdoortothe
Bank of BrttUh Columbia. -
PROPERTTfOR SA1E
» all pAnra or th.
City and Dlstrlot of Now
Wootminotor,
I '-A»D-i   |   ,'
CITY •** VANCOUVER:
AOINTFOPI - ,
The'Canada lift Io-nr»nMC».,
The Uallonal Fire Aiufawefle.. '
Tke Norwlek Vnlei lire IniiltsWt
Uoete-r. . fli .
•risaat Efteeleal .. leal btate .1
BiimaMe Bale,.
ateWyl
3IHE SALE Of tOTS IN THI TO'
.   lite of Hoik, of trtilchTStlce
ven for the lKn Inst., hoi
poned until lurtner otalera.
n. R tV. A1KMAK,
Aaent Dominion Lands, B.
New Westminster, 4th Oct., 188°,
"yJS"-" . -   'davocBto . ..";
GEEAT
.tlon atthe Colon-
Satiinlliy, Uctobfr 13th,
AT S O'OLOOK, P.M.
excellent sarajen of benrlni Frtat Trees,
and ttisp___m_t lia°iiljl«B»Bi tprlni
water. Terma, tvm cash, nManil*nt 8 ner
cent... ■     ." ■  '     ■■■■■!
IJHEB. .y^UABTBR^OP SECTlbjf, Wi
mlnstei-, Willi hull u mllo frontage on the
Scott Road leading to Latlnors Landing,
This la an excellent chance to secure'a
aooil ranch within eas;
*heemwth lariirlnclpa' 	
tho 801*1. ot excellent quality. Terma,
easy reo.
.Ipallylli
stt*»
per cent. i.nsb, balance at 8 per cent
rnHAj? -Vglty WL__VMk__cn on Aa-
[ A   no. stHK.nMt tn. reallence of -atr.
ISTQTJOE
GIVEN THAT
jpllcatlon to tha
terlor for a lease
of the following
t planted ft tho
Harrison Lake),
    ,-       .... miles from Its
iiiouth; thence east 80 ohalns, thonce
south 120 chains, thenoe west 160 chains,
thenoe North 120 ohalns, thence east 80
ohalns, to place of commencement.
BRUKETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
(UelSml    Per H. L. DeBsck. Manager.
D^O^ifc^JEl.
- 'WVBfft THAT
we Intend to mBko'oppilcatlAi to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands anB Works
for permission th lease the following described property for Umbering purposes,
Commencing atapost'planted north*
east from Oranlte AlntvyjJdw Island,
Discovery Passage; on the oppdsfte side or
unsurveyed channel; thence east ao
chains, thenos north 20. clialna., thence
west 40 chains, thenee north w chains,
thonce west 20 chalnB, thence south 40
ehalns, more or less, to the shore; theuce
following tho shore lino to pointof commencement, and containing In all 160
aores, more or less.
,    lift ioij LAlDLAWfA CO.
September 1st, 1888, .  .      doc2ml
street, and should meet with ready sale.
ANNAOIS I8LAND.
.perty uowl
islslsh-ltisiti
- lllbellWj     ,      . .__
 va»r RCfBK ItfebttlaitS'.„„
great part of whioh Is prairie with a heavy
 .t ,01-tlniber around the outer edge of
and making it eminently
swwap: -■-    - ■
t eminently adat
Somoof thelaml
1 it is Upon this Is:
ipted for a
has been
eiBland, forming an excellent shelter
the beet sugar industry was established.
This property will ho found .'worthy tho
attention of capitalists, as In the hands of
competent parties, this island could be
conveniently cut op Into Small farms of
say £0 acres each, and >n*ould bring In a
handsome return for tha Investment. And
parties locating here would be within
easy reach of the city, and have the advantages ot a ready and constant market
for all they could produce.
ALSO SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS 60 x
I32lnLatl9, Bloek XUL'Jftw "Westminster suburbs;, and In LotB, Block X,
•New Westminster suburbs, facing on the
Douglas Road. Terms, one-third cash,
balance ln three and six months, at 8 per
cent. Interest.
■, T. J. TRAPP,
so28td Auctioneer.
the provisions of said By-Laws will be
strictly enforced, nnd all persons are required to govern themselves accordingly.
R. I. BENTLEY, M. ft,     ,
Provincial Health pAver.
New West., Oct, 6,1888.
docOml
lL.80       HWH NECSO&
BY-U^ISfcUEO BY HfS HONOUR
THE L^EOTEH*llf-MVERN0iR-
IN  COUNCIL,
Umdirtim- Atrrnonrrr or rmi-'flur.Tn
OnniNAHCK, 1889." m
riS  HONOUR THE   LIEUTENANT-
L Goveiihw of British Columbia, by
I. wiUKPrn. advlto of tbe Executive
luncll of British Columbia, acting under
and by virtue of the provisions of the
''Health Ordinance, I860," enacts us fol*
lows:—
1. Whenever small-pox Is present In any
locality without the boundaries of, any
ktpnlc)pall|y,ti.errovJoolnl ■ralth Ofif-
a^eawtttosoahtboility shfil at once
slpe th» Batfent to bo redtWed to nn
iSl«d MFltol. l%or oWt aulUble
lUae.orJHwe such tArsou to be otherwise sufficiently Isolated, and shall see
thnt be Is properly oared for, and Shall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, If necessary, the destruction of all
olotblng which may havo been exposed to
tbe contagion, and for tho disinfection
und purification of every conveyance,
rail-car, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehicle which may have
been exposed to tho oontaglon.
a. Such Health OfficersBallhave, Ih his
discretion, lull &ow*r to place in another
building or tent all penons who may have
been exposed to the contagion, and shall
cause them to be supplied with all neces-'
sarles until the period of incubation of
the disease shall have elapsed, and no
such person shall go, or be permitted to go,
abroad, until he or sho hu given satisfactory proof of successful  vaccination
    jg'
riiS W or wTfiPh!lm"orVenm*ebiSir
properly disinfected, If the tame have
pen exposed to contagion
8, Jo, assist tbe Health O     _..
have fall powerto employ persons to ho
nurses, sanitary policemen, andothe wise
to aid In the prevention of the spread of
— J'- -" —- ■■•*—■ •**■'••--nd-m-
the
the disease, and may himself give aad
force such reasiMiable dltMtlona ftr ._.
same purpose oa lo him may sefm expe
..V -.i'J>;. -i* -. .• -iWaC-A
..yrQ-gios.
-tfOTIOE' IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
*** JR ^-"firiJP____i annUcatlon to
tlio Chlel Oonflff1salon,er of Tfjtn.la and
Works Mv permlatlon to UeM the lollow-
lng descrlbo.l property for tlmborinirpi^
poses, via.:   ...,,..•.....„  ..   ...
OommeneltijJ«t«,piMf rmnfair at the
southeast corner ol Lot 18, VaMeT Ialand:
itWSS W* fSHpiji thenco north 20
•"SR^SSffl aniTi. ohalna, thenee
.north so ehalns, thence weit 20 chains,
thence north 40 ohalna, thence west **
» e'ffii^&*&*»cte
thenee sett 20 chains, th^r*ffsoiithI 20
ohalns, thenee e»t 80 chains lo the north-
weateornerpl^mta>t>raaMeai|Melialni
to the northeast corner ol the laid lot:
thenoe south 80 ehalns to polht of com-
\_mk__wtm_MM_\n a*
July-3rd, 1888. Uoolml
PORT HAMMOND
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on bandJn great
Everything flrst-class and furnished ln
good shape. ■'
lev. Send 15 els. lor valuable 80-pnge Descriptive Catalogue with c henutlful colored platea. Price Oats sent free.
'-kill. . .       Q. W. HENRy,,, .
dwdelolc Port Hammond, B. O.
Wm.A. Dashwood-Jones
fHEM CMJFORHM AID IOCU
ALaVAYS ON HAND.
GOODS yDiEli,lVERT40.¥REE,
      '   dJe21to
fiuns!_Guns!
Rin.ES,   REVOLVERS,
ALL KINDS OU SPORTINU GOODS,
tm. mm m au «i«ii-rii»*i.
pAiiililiif'llisirliifa
'':'    A8PECIALTY.
A line line ol Catlery, Pipes, Bar Gooda
Kanoy Goodsv *o.
«r The laigeat Mmrtinent ol Slngli
ami Double, Breech aadilluialploadrni
SHOT-GUNS In the province, from ts ui
to ,100.  W"v7.flf»nerauna. *
S. H. WEBB,
AtJCTtoHEEH A APPIIAISKB.
New Weetmlnster, B. O. 1    alw.el0ra8
M.A.McBAE,
MsasssaLss-sA   *|
nrcrcnant laiiui,
HVM ilT* BECfavkb » *tttL LINE
FiffSfiiioilii!
...    Wl
SUITINGS
dlent, and the nearest Government Agent
shall see that all nrtlolssand nucessarlei
required by tho Health Officer are furnished.
4. It shall be the duty of every medical
practitioner who shall  attend upon, or
i.i*» -s*M*tftal vr Mi
abont any person su:
loe, to or
m small-
■pox, toglve notlcaforthwltllliner heshall
have commenced so to attend or give such
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Officer, When a householder knows thnt
a person within the house occupied by
UKla token sick Ot smalM**, fie IhaTv
Immediately give notice thereof to the
nearest Provincial Health Officer.
ft. fhe Provlnaial Health Officer fabfore
mentioned le and Includes any person
appointed - Health Officer under the
"fiaalth Ordinance, 1W," by the Lieuten
ant-Governor ln ceuncli.
"      a foregoing' provlsl— ...
it Within thellmlls of ati*-
8. fho foregoing provisions shall
..o-nTbctwItlflnthellmltsofnnyM  _
pallty, save as hereinafter mentioned.
7. in case the Council
ballly, whenever smaU-J
likely to occur there|n,*sl
ltf bla discretion
* t that
lounoH of any Muhlcl-
, .,  mall-pox Is present, or
Ikely to oeour therein,*shall fall to moke
^^motUjn^^^i^PIfo pfSMnt
the Invasion or spread ot small-pox within the Municipality, and complamt thereof shall be madeto tbeUeuwhanMldv-
ernor by the Council of any adjacent
Municipality, It shall be lawful for the
Jp.tn,:M^±Mi?lnvr**'»!,,•
upon otoer,Information, to
thai, regulitlona .ball,
onl.nd.^nlrtn.nd be
thi Municipality In which .inch m
s?.7ho£r,.h7,,Tvr.Ji,i:,,.: ,
reipect of luch Municipality all the an-
 i««ldK\%«ilS
:T_:::'.;	
"Provincial
18H."
Dated at Victoria, thla »rd day.of .Ooltv
VoeJml Provincial Seerttiory.
:u,mt*b.elM>Mth.
lh(amaT|.i>ox)Br.La»i.,
wlrylhlnr that III	
Tailoring Establishment,
ig Establishment,
ik of
Horn.
Colohbu St.,  . Niw WurHmsm.
OLD STAND,
Cpp. Ihe 0. P. N. Co,'s Wharf,
rot a General Assortm.nt of
UdlM'«Chlldreii'i!|pM'«l.
«WN^^«)r^^
■ "aaJfc'-aS..     ■
nuttei- Kegs, Barrels,
'tm^^h_n,jm^''
FARM PRODUCE   i
BOUGHT OR BOLD ON COMMB»*»N.'
raoirrsraiir,
dmyatal SSSBBBBBSBSSSSSSSSSSSSJ
"OOMFORT ONE ANOTHrtt.
vdrysad.*
tide'o-.-	
,,...jv*n.-fteareeanOA ..-
■et ifint ever we were glad.
Comfort ono another. ■   ,
With the hand-clasp eloso and tender,
With tbe swcL-iii'isH love can render,  ■
And looks of friendly ojes.
Do not wait with draco unspoken,
While life's dafIr bread Is broken;
Gentle speech Is ott liko manna Irom the
PB
Comfort one another: ,   ,
There nro words of music rinsing
Down tho ages, awet t aa aingfng
Ot the happy choirs ntaove.
™ --"' '*nd might)
Ibfia;:
tatll   Vl
¥r tlio tallli I lint will not alter,
rusting strength Hint will not faltor,
Lonniug on tho Ono Ll vluelr good.
Comfort ono another: .■--.      . .-
■  UttauL-riiyn«lo6m{tl4Jtli)rokdr|tja-. -
, IVJiilo tfto Kjifrlt's ivortl. rtmilnd yfeu'
Of tllrf homo beyond Ihe tomb:
Wliero no inuro Is piiin or rmrtlng,
Fever's flush to tonr-dron starting.
But tho presenco of tlio Lord, and Tor all his
peoplo room,    -Independent.
"TOO  THIN."
Thi fcipliulon Oil NeccMurliy Ba*J-
m % ■ a_ia Aotill^ty l.rfM('l$i"j ■'■/.,.,
Though the phrase "too thin" as ordinarily used by school boys aud other,,
may now be styled vulgar, the.worda may
be used lu a perfectly orthoilox'tnanner.
".'ItlB" jscllW'Snifff to :.*r«nspalfiif;"
cas|ly5cei through and;««-'jiietaplior,
jceiklo mtm iKe-'Helf oC'«elf(sucii
t rot the undents cull  remits tczltls, or,
..'/"•te wfi«t'Bwiijt.|i servediodliplnyas
'-   mWli'lSfifriitacVal't.ifet'frio'li, "%     ""
It is lu this sense evnl.iltlyjtbat Shake-
apearv used ttiVv/yMirWir;.''r'lug''fleriry
VIH.^aot,}'., e.■$, ivheraflie king laya:
*'?oli'smMn* Rood nt sudden
commendations,
Bllhsp WIutihest»r.  But know I
■' ■^cbnie-Wtlt'
i    To hear sircii flu'ttery.now; 'and in
., mypre.euce  , ■ ■..    •
They art too flifii nnd liareto hide
.  offenses.1''   ',;'.,
. That is "your coninieudationa are too
transparent to hide your olltoses."
'Another instauce ot the useof the words
may be found in Smollett's novel of "Pere-
grl'io Pickle," published in 1751
.When tho hero eiiddenly. Informs, hia
. ladr love.Amellii.that he Is golnitabroail,
■thi tears gushed Into her eyes, and ihe
was at great pains to conceal the cause of
her grief by observing thnt the tea wasao
Maiding hot m to riiukshcreyea water.
''Thllprijlefa" wy» 3i»oilet»'*ai tab
.lAintotiiiilbsilonlier lover, or to deceive
;;. tlie oba'erviiiiun of her friend Sophy "
There ia nothing vulgar ln aaylng that
a pretext li "too thin," and this la what
i| must by th. modern .lliptlcnl phrase.
'       " -■•'!— *i '. 1   •
<■■■-       ">-*%j6t> MANNtRS.    '  "
Same OoM.. Bull. Worth Xiraorlslng.
Never try tb oatthrtte [WrAo*r,]fc«i«,
Never presa a favor where It leemi un-
desired.
Never Intrude ill-health, palm, loaiel
or mllfortuiies.
Never unavoidably wound tlie fielingt
of ahuiii.n being.
:    Never talk or laugh 'aloud In'public
. places or upon the atreet.
Never forget that vulgarity has Its ori-
■   gin iu ignorance or selfishness. -
Ncyer urge .nother to do anything
agaiuat his dwln unlis. you lie danger
■store aim.   ,. .,
Do riot ask" another to do what yon
wonld not be glad to do under similar
circumstance!,
'.   Never omit to perform a kind aot when
It «*» b* ',dMM with   iny rtaaonsbl!
* I9*tj tUtt^ltSaU 'iheXtolty et
S..r.fe.T',^^^-',ld1*-
Do not make witUcIim at ta.esp.ns.
of others wnlch you would aot wish to
have made upon yourielvei.
Remember that good manner! an
thought! filled with kindness and refine-
ment ind then translated into behaviour.
Be not ostentation! ln dreta or deportment; nothing can be mora vulgar. Seo
that costumei fit th. time and occaaion.
Be md. to none; rudeness barmi not
tTnly tbe tturablett tutX poorest to whom
Itli4ireijlH,bU» iTn.urte th. exhibit-
")«
Hirer treat superior, with iirvlllty or
iuferftv|a)rU tarogaade. 'Spaak as kindly to a day laborer aa to one ooouppug a
. high potition.
, Alwayi gill precedence to elders, vis-
itori nnd aupiflore. Offer them the best
seat at',the table, the best plica byth.
Ore and the Bnt of everything. Go far-
tber than mere form and see that they
are comf-«abl..Bd happy,
'I   '..(.ll! ill"."   . 'll'ill .'
8INQULAR0URE OF RHEUMATISM,
..  A *<» Cm tails.
Dr. Price, of boon*, county, Georgl.,
•offered for yam. tb. finsjof rtuaaa-
tlani, vainly trying all remedial.
Six yean ago one of bis sons In Texai
. beard thit a balrlata Mexican dog, If all
I test of tho.nfhrw
■ astir, curt,
,__t --u. w*nd t.*lHr*Mt0
hlirfaehlr. *ft.0ol8" g.ntlefnen laughed
at tbe idai of mob a cure, but to pleas,
bis son tried the dog,
The account aayi that aa the doctor lay
down ln bed the dog iprang In and colled
lu.lt around hia feet. In leu than an
hour tbe dog gave him evident nllef,and
lu a abort time effected a cure.
Wherever the pain atruek him be mado
- *aV<fctf Ik again* tt.plaorj awl the beat
from the animal's body drewltout liko a
mustard platter.
?r.^te1V»rb^i4mK»or
now beglni to ahow tbe effect! of age, and
Dr. Price aayi that after ita death, If the
rheumatic palna return, b. Will at once
•"SffifoT*-1!"-* **tiP*l ■"*• f
WU*TMt..a.Di«»ve**.
-toOKm^*^'
book peddler came along, and al wo had
uo Bible In tbe houte I bought One with
•ndrn,rl..BedltwidIdn't'«licoverlijt
week tlmt Ihe book wain volume often-
'ia**ttun>gir«back.
»*f««Wr'<>«n4wt-rt'dl»-n
f my wlreli lister, wbo bad come
to -lilt us, hiidn't gen. rummaging
through the book tooktng tor a receipt for
mince pies, which Amanda aaid ibe bad
tsialnld somewhere, "-Troy Timet.
Comcl.nee Malt.. Coward, of U. AU*
Hav. you no consoloncel" oiclilraed
to a.prlSQiiar -.vlio had beta us-
$ffi
.... ,totcrAollV l*m ng Wiwl-e.
»)f tturiiviiy Witr ivi.rM|1,''iinid thi pr!»-
itfmt#UlWV<), It Inn, mado a toward
et on anyway."—[National Weekly. /a.-
I   HI I M
..atibn r
*> aunlvelaiiiaid iioil trokblosom.e-I*-
ord*t. ItcaMs«Ho3&cha,.MontlllDi.
Sreslloji,iiri|)alr8 tbo Sight ind Hearing,
destroys tift Appetite, ana; wlien long
contlnnod, cause! Enlargement ot tho
Liver, Inflammation of tho Bowel!, and
Piles. Constipation is speedily cured
by Ayer's Hill.
For a numbor ot months I wits
troubled with Costiveneas, in consequence of which I suffered from Lou of
Appetite,
liver,
compellei
.sia,.and a disordered
My eyes also troubled me. I was
, .led to wear a shade oyer them,
and, at times, was unable to bear ,x-
wear a shade oyer
. J, was unable to be!
posture to the light. I wmntlrely
CUpED wi PiNO
three boxes, of heir's TlrS, I hiyl no
beiitaUoiitorr^-'--' — ""- --*■'
to be thai belt
Jamei Bteui,
I suffered from Constipation, and, con.
lequently, from Headache, Indigestion,
and Piles, for years, Ayer's Pills, which
I took ot the tuggeition ot a friend, bave
given me effectual relief. I commenced
taking this remedy two months ago, and
am now free from Constipation, the removal of whioh has caused my other
troubles to disappear, and greatly Im.
proved my general health.—W. Keller,
Amherst, Mass.
I suffered from Conitlpation, which
assunwd suoh an obstinate form that I
feared a. stoppage ot th, bowoli. Two,
boas of Ayer'i Pilla cured me, com.
:plet»Iy.-D.Burlra),Bac«,l*..        tt
Ayer*s Pills, *
Pnrsrtta by Dr. J.O.Arttt Godwin, Has.
Bold by ill Drartlit, and Dealer, In _MU_e\
TI"M"E3*fe.
'ABLE
^artr.,^iBiiyis,j
.TTNTII, FURTHER NOTIOBl, *	
V lra,.,'.,r Chilllwhack and way plan.
fjSTiTElfDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT-
VRDAYEL at 7 a. mi returning on the following day.. Kir ail lurthei InformaUe.
apply on board, or to
d«y«o       ^.mm'intt
mtVUV XTiriTin . aw.
>*tyf ic£.v
ANY PERSONS INDEBTED TO STEWART at CASH wilt pleaee call and
MUl.oh or before tbeWtli Inst., and any
claBUB againat the said firm will be Im-
•-^i^^^W^.CASH.
NOflCI.
we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permiasian to lease the following described property for Umbering purposes,
vl**: L
Commencing at a post planted on the
shore of Lake; thence north 5 chains,
inore or less, to the south boundary line
of Lot 518, Deep Bay; thence east «cliains,
more or less, to the southeast corner of
■aid lot; thence north 30 chains, thence
eaSt 00 chains, thence south 90 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence south 20
ohalns. thenee wcat, 00 chains, theuce
north 15 chains,more or less,to pointof
commencement, and containing tn all
awacres.rooiaorless.       -v
LAIDLAW A CO.
September rth, 1888. doci'ml
NOTICE.
■tWOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
il walntend to stake application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
via: ,,..- ..- - .-,..
:-, OommelKilng at a poat planted on the
northeast side of Forbes Hay, ihenoe east
100 chains, thence north 20 chains, theuce
east'40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence cast 60 chains, iheiide south 00
ohains, thonco weKt20chains,lhence south
'JOohklna,thenoo west 00 eba-lun, Uiencu
south 20 chains, thenee west 80 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thenco east 00
ohalna, thence north 20 chains, (hence
west 80 chains, moro or leas, to the shore:
• thonae fbllowlhg the shtre line to'polnt of
commencement, and containing In all
1000 aores, more or less.
LAIDLAW A CO:   ,
, September 10th, 1888.   ." . -,.     doc2ml'
iliW. STUART
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY dlVENfTHAT
i-l we intend to make application loth.
Chief Commissioner of Land. Ind Works
for permission lo leaae thafollowlng described property for timbering purposes,
vla,l ' '■ -
Commencing at a post planted ntthe
northeast corner of Winn Saw MIU
Co.'s limit, Johnstone SffldtJ; Vlldet lil.
and; thence east 20 ohalna, thenco south
80 ohalna, more or lesa, lo Hastings Saw
Mill Co,'a line; thence following the said
lino west and north to pointof commence,
ment, and containing in all 120 acre.,,
more or leas. LAIDLAW a ot:
27th Auguat, I8SS.       tj, doofnil
s
PTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT:
we Intend to make application to the
Jhief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
fortormlsslon to lease thrffollowlngde-
icrlhW property for Umbeilng purposes.
Vla.r'       j*     ■?.- ■ •-*■*'  « ■  '
Commencing nt a post planted nn the
"north sldo of unsurveyed channel, Voldes
{■land, about l! mllos Irom Discovery Passage; thehcti north 40ohalns, thence east
120 chains, thence south 30 chains, saore
or less, to the shore; thonce followlnfitae
shore line in n westerly direction to point
of commencement, .ind containing in-all
440 acres, more or less.    ■ '
•' LAIDLAW A CO.
20th August, ISSS. docStnl
NOTICk.
NOTICE IS' HEREBY' di^N THAT
wo Intend to tiinki. application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and Works
for permission to. lease tliololloWiii.il.-
scribed property for timbering piirbolet,
via,:
.Commencing ata post plaaMd al.outis
chnlns north from tlio southeast corner of
Hastings Sow Hill Co.'s limit, Jobnstone
Straits, Vnltlez Island: thenco east
chains, thonco north 40 chulns, then
west 80 chains, more or lets, loHastlns,-
Sawmlll.co.', llnei th.nee following Be
said line aouth nnd east to point of coin-
menccment, and eonlalnlng In all 180
acres, more or lets,    '. ■.!___.
. a™ '   lAroLAW A CO.
20th Auguat, 1888. - doc2ml
'. *I*TO'ia"aO!"EL S*
m____mtiimtntt,
"vfoTioB ib ber«iby'6iven that
Fi we Intend to make application to the
Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,*'
viz.:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south side of Thnrlow Island, southwest
from Hemming Bay, Nodales Channel;
thenco west 20 chalniatbet.ee north »
chalni, thotco wast,Jp jshMis,"ftftce'
north 20 chalni, the"n*e east 40 chains,
thenoe nortli 4fr chains, thenee west 20
chains, thenoe north 40 chains, thonco
west 20 chalnB. .thonce north 40 chains,
Ihenoe east 20 chains, moro or less, to the
Hastings saw Hill Co.'s line; thsncefol-
lowinglhe said line south nnd east n die-
lance of 100 chnlns, more or losa, to the
southwest corner of Hastings Saw Mill
Co.'s llmlt.Hemmlng Bay; thence following the shore line to point of commencement, aud containing in all 480 acres,
more or less. LAIDLAW 4 CO.
22nd August, 1888. docftnl
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLMN.      .    I
_tAv_ttm_______x »(>s»s*iibpf'or
II the "Temperanee Home,"fronting
oncolumblnind Church Btrwt!,oppislli
ts. Eplnopal Church, .nd now known
FARMERS? HQME!
•evOood .coommodatlon lor Ladle, and
femniM. .      /mytto
Flower* for ml*
CHINA A JAPAN
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 4 Urge
conalgnment of all kinda ol
CELEBRATED TEA,
Imbroldered Bilk Goodi,
Shswli, Screens, Bed Qiill'i,
IfMil»K)owni,«lt„Ktc,
; : -T-ALSf)i-
Porcclaln, Batinma, Clolianne, '   -
Bronie, Iroqr, HandiWlod md
CurlOl of Every DeKriptlon.
IW0BTI0 BY IVHY STEAMER MEOT ritOM
;    . CHIKA fUW J'P-N,
Hoplngthatyouwill honorna with1 your
vl.lt, w. remain very reipectmily yonra,
Kwong on Wo 4 Co.,
PROMPT STREET, New aflltllMIII, 1. C.
PottOITJeeBoxKo,T. ''(Mb    ddtSyl -.
,..Ji
Musselburgh,  Scotland,
Manufacturers amd Patentees of the Celebrated Machine-made'        . IJ
DOUBLE KNOTTED '.fS
SALMON t-ETTINVa
•x^txrxxsxtB, m%»a.
tea. Tho large demand for Messrs.
Stuart's manufactures has resulted lu
very extcnslvo additions to tliolr Eslnb-
llsiimont at Musselbiirgli.ln order to keep
up'wlthilie ra^ulrernentq,of the trade.
, trasrsrorSeMM, l«9, uro in course pf
oxecutlon, and to ensure prompt delivery
Indent, should bo sent ln without dolny;,.
ROBERT  WARD  A  CO.,
VTOTOBIA,: ,
Solo Agents for Brltitn Columbia.
dM!7ml ,i-       ,
BWABIBHED 1859.
robt, ^icotsOn1;
Sif<5HER,
marly Ofsoilte the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
rriBB IaABGEST AND   CHOICEST
X   mortment o! all descriptions of
AND VEGETABLES
Conitantiy oa band, and supplied to Fara.
Ille., BeitaunnU, ud SteambniU at th.
■ & jiaji ■ Wl "fcMWl >•<• 1*'
'tilw-BM roflSIBtf RUCES.
GEORGE   BYRNES
' AUctiolnietR.  . f>
PROVINCIAL
h or FiMawprct;.*, adjacent
KM WEtAMSTIR DIITRICT.
TUESDAY, -iSrtl OCTOBER
■■■    AT-II O'CI/XJK, A. V.
I hive been iuttructeal by tbe Chief
Oomrnlttloner of Landi and Worki to tell
by Auction
.  AT VANOOUVIR, B. O.
Several parcel! of fine agricultural lands,
situate on or near tbe North Arm ol Fra-
Mr Itiver, being sub-dlvlilona of Lota 320,
326, iV, 330, Wl, 332 to 889, 148, ISO,
156,178, l«8,16S, 162,163. Th. lubdl-
visions of these Lots contain from 27 to
172 aerea each; the location of these lota
il ihown on tbe preient mint ol the ilia-
4Sc« ; '    •, ,
The farms ln the Immediate vleinlly of
these Lota are considered tho finest Hurt-
cultural properties In Brltlab Columbia.
Some of tbe lot. front un tho North Arm,
and other, are In the Immediate vicinity
of the earn..
{ Steamer, rundnllyfrom New Weatmiil-
tterand VnncollvoF, past thete valuable
properties.
:>-'-.a'lso,
Ml Ml I. *», ..« Ul. IN 1. IM.
All .Itnale between the North Arm or Eraser Itiver nnd Vancouver City. The North
Arm Road from Vancouver runs through
This property.commences about 2% miles
south of Vancouver City and Is bounded
on the west by tho C. P. Railway Laud
Grant, and Is surveyed Into lots contain*
Im fro* S to M arret each, mnpe <->r which
wnllaEnfty bJ rsady fordlstHhmion.
All the lands to bo sold art* well adapted
ahdohhecoMntoftllelrchwwwSrmltyto
the markets of Vancouvar ana Naw VVost-
mlnster elllcR, vill bedoslmbls pftipertlo-
for families seeking a homo or for investment. , ,
TlitiC. Pi Rail-say nre now constraotlng
Ino wagon i\nad tfota Vancouver to the
"■■ m rot Fraser River nnd Lnlu
hey are also survcylntfa lino or
railway inroafh these properties with a
view of connecting with the united States
system of railways at Bsottle,
These lands may fairly be cotMidertd as
the most valuable ever offered for sate by
Motion In British Columbia.
GEORaE BYRNfiS*
#'.'.        .   .        AUCmUMBBK.
VV. O. LOYE,
lis M Hi Sho
Repnfrlnff flfeatly Done.  Cork Sole
Work • Spe'ctaUy*
avOrdcrs, promptly attended to..
Clarkson St., ln rearof .Colonial Hotel, h'extw Rand Bros,' office. rdho*lto
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to niakt! application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease tho following described property for timbering purposes,
viz;
Commencing at a post planted about
one-half a. mile northeast from Price
Point, Homfray Channel; thence south
20 ehalns, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 40 chains,
theuce north 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, more or less, to tbo shore; thence
following the shore line to pointof commencement, and containing in all 860
acres, moro or less,
LAIDLAW A CO.
September 18th, 1888. doc2ml
SIGHTv. BLINDNESS
M.
USE ONLY
STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EVE-GLASSES
necommenuo.1  by Leading Ocullals In
America.
.    U. ITAJ. £t CO.,
dmysOto Agents, NewWoslin luster.
THE WHITE IS KING
PARTIES DESIROUS OF PITKQHAS-
JT Ing should not fall 16 give these celebrated Machines n trial, • ''■
t. J. ROBNOX,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated Whit*
Bronze Monument Co,. dJelSto
***  viciiiniASJi.
PIMOSmORttMS
Of the Best Makers in tho World.
THE ■vi'OnLTl-ltEr.'OWNED ORGANS
ami PIANOS of  Hasan 41 Han.ll.
have arrived.  Tlio great KTECK PIANO,
Tilth patent sustaining pedal. The iiiiiteli-
est 11ECKEB A RONS' PIANOS. The
SffW9o-">_-'o*'I*JI01'' HANOS and
OR0JAN8. HayoalsoinitoomtONISCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos nnd
Organs sold on monthly naymehls. Pianos for rentand rent applied If purchased.
:, Call at   ■   .   c .'
l_J_S. PeteW Music Store.
rnr*eS*(8 VlOTOHIA, a O.
—ANY MANi««*
♦ho .is W.ak, Ifervom, Debilitated,
-AcTlo his Polly iirnj Ifnor.oce has
Trifled away his vigor of Body, Hind
and Mmnhoodtcnustng exhausting drains
upon the Fountains ot Life, Headache, Bnckache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bathfalncss in
Society, Pimples upon tho Face and
all the Effects leading to Early Decay,
Conanmptlonor Iiu unity, will find In
our Speclflo No. 2ft a Posit ve Cure. It
Imparl* Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power In did and young, strength*
ens and Invigorates tbe Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Speclflo No. 23 the  most onstinato
case can be cured In throe months, and
recent ones iu less than SO days.  Each
Package contains two weeks treatment
rice $2. Cures guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 24 is an Infallible t'ure for all Private Disease*, no matter of how long
standing. Sold underourwrfttenGuarantee to effect a «*nre. Price $5. Toronto Medicine Co.. Toronto, Ont,
C0MMPTIOK
That dread terror, n disease so long
bafling science and the most skilled
phyfllolaiis, who know of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
euro. Now it is no longer nn Incur-
ablo malndycvcn when given up by
physicians, hpaltli can yot be found In
(urit KKMKDY; It heals nnd soothes
fhoincnhraucof tlm Lungs, Inhumed
und in>i.sonoil by tho ravages of this
Ml dismiss, and prevents the night
sweats aud lighting norms thcohest
which accompany it.  I'rloo&l.
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Modlolno Co.,Toronto, Ont,
OUR ILtoXT PRKPAKATI0JT8.
Rcmemhe>wo manufacture and aro tho
Holoproi'i'lotorsof (lie following specialties, and that, thoy run ho had from no
othersourco. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Com-spondoneo sirloily con*
fldcmtu). Consul tut lop. upon nil chronic
disease invited. NO CHARGE except for
mod id tics. All goods sent sicuro from
observation. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
HAIR   COLORING.
Our magnlflnout pronnrntlons are warranted perfectly harmless, We prepare
tho following color*;—the finer shades
arise from tho hulr lisi-lf: Black, Diirh
Brown, Medium itrown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, (told llloiido, Ash or niomle
Cendroa. ^Sehd snniptolrjf-hnlr whon ordering. Price, 92 per bottle] Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, On I.
TOILET REQUISITES.
. In-ordering please specify Which you
reuutre; wo guumntee thorn to give entire
ontlfifui'tloii. No, s Imparts to the skin
Hie color and fronhuM of mahlonhootl,
hfli-tnless nnd oiiiinot ho lietnctoil, jl.2,"}.
No. ft removes wrinkles, $2. No. 10 m*
niovog Liver Hptils,81.25. No. II removes
Kleslt tv>irms( ttl.25. No. 12 removes
Krookles, vli25. No. 18 removes I'lmplos,
11.25. No. U removes Tan, $1,25. No. 15
removes Molo«,?2. No, 1(1 removes Pock-
marks, J2. No. I7romo\'es undue Porsnl*
ration, 91.2)1. No. ih, an absolute lit]fulling
specific for the rettMitlnu.irievciopmont or
restoration of the Hair, $1.25. Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
THK BUST.
Na 10 Is a cmhlnetl Internal and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous nature. Is entirely
harmless and cprfnln ln results. Price fi
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto,Ont,
dwapl8yl
Establtsfraienl
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW vrEftTMIS-STEB,
Next Ib Trinity Ohurch.
Long Experience In the bnlliull,
,   ■■ ______\
Dominion lands.
i}r YOU ABE PAYING FOB YOUR
JL Pre-emption or torrent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But p°y |n 0
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained id large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY ft CHAMPION
Bj_.Xr_t__MB,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
,  OK. VBOM
THK BANK OK BRITISH 00IVIBIA,
NEW WESTMINBTEB.
darmbflto
To San Francisco, CalM
BT WAY OP THE     .
XiXxtxam.
THE HIT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QnlckcrlnTlme than ■wv otber
Route between
kff-tatk d b rnstiw,
Brand Scenic Route of Ihe Ficlle
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
.   TOUMST SLEEPINO CABS .
For Accommodation of Hedohd-Olass Paa-
aengera, attached to Expreae Train..
Fare from Portland to Snoramento nnd
San Francisco: Unlimited, $,1| Flnt
Clasa (Limited), aaoi second Clues (IJ-
mlted),i,l!.
B. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,    ,  ,' "
Asst, Gen. Freight A Past, Agent.
w.%iM®m,
DEALER IN
n     I if' i si1 i
i - - .
JfEW WBSTH1NSTKR, B. C.'    ''
Hay and Feed
' 3MLA.lt]
WOOD & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoe*,
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS' ~HARIiWARE,
•arAiwente ns avhlakyor totweooi..
can, by temperate h.M|! and crejuleco
noniy, Mrvethe publio at specially low
ratea. dwjamte
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'IT.
I Ou BboadSt. ud IS Pau, Mall,
LOUDON.
INSTITFTfJD 1808.
FiR INSUEINO HOUSES* OTHER
Building!, Ooodt, Wares, Merehsn-
dise, Msnniaotnrin. snd Farming Stock,
Shipa in Port, Harbor or Dook, ud th.
Cargoes of luch Veueli; alio, Shine building snd repairing, Bargea snd other Vei-
lew on navigable riven ind cutis, Md
Good, on bo.nl inch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud 'inland and In Foreign
Couutrie.,
rutuii or limn it mit.
Subscribed ud Inveated Capital,
*1,600,000 8TG.
Ritet ol Premium ud .very Inforina
Hon au he obtained on ippllcation to
V.J. ARM8TB0NB,
Agut for New Wettmui.ter.
_______tm_j/__ntii j'i ■'■irrli'|llais-isssis--sji
MACHINERY
whe
AVING LATELY INCBEA8EDOUU
.  connection In the Bast and else*
ere very considerably, we are In a position lo give priced on any class nf Machinery that mry be required, Inuludlug:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Boll*
era. Pinners, Matchem nnd Moulder*,
Hass Planers, Wooil Lumen, Hand
Saws. Blind Mnrhttiery, Ghuko
Lathes, Hlmplm,' MauhlncH,
Shingle MnchincH, Lath
Machines A Itolters,
Two, Three nntl Four Block Circulnf Saw
Mills, Band Saw Minn, Poitflhlo Engines and Boilers, nud  Motrinng
Engines,  Also, John Berlrntri
A Sons' and The Tendon
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery.
Brink Machines aud CniBhdrs of either
the Martin or Balrd make
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Tcelh, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry in
stock.
Stenm Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Roller Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Too's of the ccle-
brated Broad mako, Wire Rope, Plumb*
eil* and Steam Fitters Supplies, *c.
Wo urc sole agents In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marino work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER ftllOMAIID,
CfflM. St..   Opp. N.vr..Adv.rtli.r,
VANCOUVER, B. C,
dayf«ime
W ES "VIT      €3r O
' HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
.sfz
wmat
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I havo sum made a large idditlon to my
wholeiale stook of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, 4c. An taipeotion of my
Stook will satisfy any to-day that I have the bett assortment to be found in thu
oity.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to. „„„,'
- JAac-afl xt.oxrmm_ajk.XT,
d.v/|elyl   . .  ,        '__      No.>l|Col.nMTtuSthhit.
NEW MACHINE SIP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, DTAVING ADDED STBAM'AWD '-IR0N-TVORKINO
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinds of .
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, IHachipc Work, Forging,
And- every description
than before.
BLACKS1UITHI9W, at prices considenbly lower
It is our intention to have iu the course of. a few weeks a
Bl{ASS & !ROi\ FOUJVDRY
Running in connection with our BusinesB. We have the LARGEST STOCK ud
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none lint tho VKRY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, wc can guanntee latiifaction in workmanship as well aa prices. We have obtained the service! of a
First-Class Horst'-Sliocr, and that port of our Business will have special
attention. .,      „ _ ;   _\ _,_ .
REPAIRS of all kiuds of Machinery, either Steam or Agrioultaral Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will have
our best attention. .
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable rates.
1A large atock of Wagons, Expresses and Bnggies, of the- bett quality,
for tale.
We also keep in stock, to supply tbo trade, all kinds of IRON, 8TE8L, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE & OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Viotoria prices..    -j ,
ttr Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Call and impect
onr Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.   ■ ,'''   *".'
dwjlylOto
BEID & OUKRIE.
— .     ..I   4- -^-IJlJli-l—**ag*-*
WLOmmm
lot Infants and Children.
''OHtsrisUsoweUiiUptedtochUilnnthit I rjaitaria enret (Mis, O>i*tr|suon,
IrecommcndltMBiperiortoMyprescriptionl $%*ftomich, HiarljOM, tnuttlim,
iwratome."     aTIsja-iltD, r^[immi^^ t^ *tth tti!ntet_itt it.
W8o.O>^W,8TOldjrn,N.Y.   I WiglaW»«!nsfcSICS.
PTtac Omiu. CoCTimr, "7 Humy Street, N. V.
ibWBum
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
mi
LAND,    )
IliRECTdRS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Butlnest of ALLSOP * MASON hat been merged in tke above Company
•nd will b. carried o. by the Compuy from thit date a. a general Land Inveitment
ind Intnnnce Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgige it Low Rate*. Town Lot. ud Farming
Isndt for Salo on eity tcrmt,
Victoria B. a, Mw 16th, 1881. dwj.ru
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
SEALXS   I1T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of    ,.  .
Dry GuihIs, Orocerios,  Boots A Shoes, Huts A Caps,
Crocked, Glassware, fSsc.
-sx-asr-s   _tt   bots'   mxTxvm.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   AIK,'       •   illl
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and ' GENERAL's^RES.
N. O.—Farm Produce bought nt market, rate, or sold on commission. ''ss-Orders
from the Interior promptly intended to.   ... '     " dwjeoto
Mainland
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed j Sale Stables
THE SUHSCRIBER8 ARK Flow PRF.-
I'ARF.D TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIGS
At Special Low HntPH,
hjB^ud All Siads of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry I'ordtroiHl dollvered to any part of
the City.
orders by Telephone will rocclve prompt
attention.
srsinbles nearly opposite O. P. R. Depot, Columbia St., KowWritinlnslcr.
djaiitc     QILLEY BROS. Pnon.
STABLES,
JOS. M. WISE,
pbOphi-bob.
good driving a biding horses
for Hire. Hacks tsfl-nt Ml Heatneri
anil Trains, Special attention given to
Boarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Rand. '
Orders may be lo!
ttters * MJUlnn.a
Front Street, New \ t-a-aaHHa-t-M-MMHi
THS DAILY OOLUMBIAN
trm ANmsmr extort laiiar,
•VtHi-Sia- mi  - BTtBl
ttmnxvi-*   x-qkcmx-*,
.,1 thilr Slum  Printing Eitabtlih
mint, Colnmbl. Stnet.
 Ill 00
 ." as
  2 a
BY   HAIL!
Ior 18 monlhi..... _....,.,
nor I month!..	
Or I monthi HHHHH....» -	
DELIVERED IN THE CITYl
PorU month......... lit 00
to I monthi. —• «_>
>ir month i     »
'et tretk _.... u     *
Hi.!
(except for weokly
b. mode In advance.
•»yilientlh.il
uiftor
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
tune* every Wed.e.d.r M.r.lag,
twllvered In the City, per year. 1100
Mailed,	
Milled,
Mailed, per year...
 l.Jmonthi...
.2.00
.1.21
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY
Clewing Ont Salo.... Jat. Cunningham
Fall and Winter Suit! J. E. Phillips
Notice (2) Harrison Saw Mills
Itnmenie Sale. D Drysdale k Co
New Boot snd Shoo Store .Wm. Johnston
Tender! Rand Bros.
gmljj British Ctolmnbian
Wtssesiw Er.iles. Oct. I., IMS.
Grant & Miolure'i new boot and ilioe
adv. to-morrow.
Freth Butem Oyiteri by the can it
E. J. Armstrong's. dse26t
There wu another clean sheet at the
polio, court to-day.
Fresh Bittern and Nitiv. Oyiteri,
served in every ttyle, it the Club. *
Juit irrived—A fine lot of Labrador
Herring, at 5. 0. McKoen & Son's.   *
The itr. Irving cleared for up-river
port, thii morning with freight and
pmengiri.
Fint din Board and comfortable
Roomi at Miu Yeo'i, Columbia it.,
oppoiite Catholic church *
The itr. Weitern Slope left for Nanaimo thii morning with i number of
passengers and a fair freight.
Jas. Cunningham. J. E. Phillips,
and D. Drysdalo & Co. hive new advertisement! in our columns today.
The itr. Gladys returned from Chilliwhack thii afternoon with a number
of putengere and a full load of farm
Rand Broi. are calling for tender!
for th. oomtruotion of a sluice and
dim scroti Beaver creek, oppoiite
Warnock stition.
Th. itr. Rithet cleared for Victoria
this morning with 20 passengers, 40
toni of merchandise and a Urge con-
■ignment of cattle.
Don't forget th. young people'i
todtl thii evening in connection with
*he Baptist Sundiy tchool. The on-
.t»lat*rnraent' commences at 8 o'clock,
•ssasod um
. The next meeting of the New West-
mintter Teachert' Inititute will be
bald on Thundiy ud Friday, Jin.
3rd mi 4th. A publio meeting will
be held on Friday evening.
The Juvenile Opera Co., lut night,
in the "Chiiau of Normandy," played
to a Urge audience in Herring'! Opera
Howe. Th. puts win all will taken,
and the entertainment wu appreciated
by thow preient.
The Flaming cup will be itiot for on
Saturdiy afternoon on the Brownsville
rang.. Ranges, 300 and 000 yard,, 7
ihoti at each range. None but active
memben of the militia oan take part
in thia competition.
Another half million ulmon ova were
placed in the hatchery thii wiek. Fiih
are reported to be very plentiful in
BKrrfton river, but th. witer being
WBIeillttlih-uiuil thii fill miket the
6*11 tripping more tedious.
W. were shown tome fine watermelon! the other diy in Hr. 0. J.
RoUon'i itore. Tbe melons came
from Hr. Jno. Murray'• firm, Spence'i
Bridge, the largeit weighing 28 lbs.
ind meuurlng 40 iuchoi in circumference.
"For yean I suffered from loti of appetite md indigettion, but failed to find
relief until I begin taking Ayer's Sana-
psrilli, This medicine entirely cund
me. My appetite and digestion ire now
perfect/'-Fred. G. Bower, 496 Seventh
st.. South Boston, Mut.
To-d.y't Colonist hu in Ottawa despatch from iti own correipondent
which ititu: " It ii undentood the
militia department ii considering the
advisability ol moving "C" Bittery
from Victoria to Vancouver." The
Coloniif urgei Victoria to protest at
one. and in unmiitakible terms.
In another column will be found Mr.
Wm. Johnston1! advertisement announcing the opining of hii new boot
and iho. itore. The itock hai been
mad. expreuly for him by Ih. Ames
Holden Boot and Shoe Co., of Montreal, for which he hu paid in cash and
il therefor, able to it.ll at • reasonable
profit. Mr. Johnston uyi a call at
nil itore wi'l utitfy .11 thit he ii in a
position to make good hii promiui.
Jack and Tom, a couple of Weit-
■initn boyi, win bitten with.the.
"•now" mania, and determined to
hold an exhibition of live itock, uid
liv. itock ooniiiting of the picture! of
hones, etc,, cut from illustrated
papsn. A junior, Bill, wu epootator.
Shortly thn. wu a row—uoh owner
claimed the priie for hit own itock; io
Jack ippeifed to mimma. "You
muit hav. . judge; the owner can't
judge hi. own honei." "All right,"
■aid Jack, u a imlle curled Up the
corner of hii month, " I'll uy that
min. belong to Bill, and then I cm be
iodfi." That boy will rarely develop
into a politician.
Genenl Sir Frederick Middleton,
K. 0. M. G., and Lady Middleton left
on thi out-bound train to-diy. They
will be joined at Calgiry by Cant fl.
E. Win, .ide-da-enrp to Genenl
Middleton, ha having preceded them
u fir u that point. The General and
Lady Middleton, before leaving, both
.ipHJUld the deep impreuion their
brief visit to Vancouver and other
parti of the oout had mide upon
them. Juit u the train wu about to
luvethe dtpot Isdy Middleton wm
prwented with * beautiful bouquet of
tWeri on th. put of Miyor Oppen-
hilmer, who, with a large number of
othir prominent citizen!, wu preient
to tee our diitinguiihed vbltori ufely
oft—Vancouver World
W. C. t. V. Caveatlaa.
The fifth annuil convenion of tlio
provinciil W.O.T.U. of Britiih Oolum-
bit held its opculng union in Tim-
peranoo Hall, Viotorii, Monday morning, a large number of thou interested
being present, Morning, afternoon,
and evening session, were held. The
convention wu continued yesterday,
when interesting sessions wero alto
held and varioui important topics dil-
outsed.
 »  m  , 	
ria. Fr.ll.
Wo havo received from Mr. Juntos
Grimmer a fine umple of fruit—applet
and pom—grown in hii garden in thii
city. Two of the applet, Greenings,
measure about 12 iiichei in circumference and weigh over a pound each;
some othen are nearly u largo. One
pear measures 11 inches around. In
quality, as in lile, the fruit needi a
clour acquaintance to be pn.perly appreciated.
The Islander.
Letters received from Glasgow by
private parties hero itate thit the
steamship Islander will epen the eyoa
of the poople on tho Pacific .cout.
They aeioribo the veuel as a very
handsome one, and luxuriously fitted
in every respect. Officer! and crew of
the Iilnnder will be ninths* in uniforms, thoae for the former being the
beit that cm be procured from one of
the fuhiomble tailors of London.—
Colonist.
Sir John M.edoa.M'1 Dust.
Now, we don't with to convey the
impreuion by this heading thit the
veteran and genial premier liuboon
on mother "tear," but merely to announce that the Toronto weekly i'm-
pire, an excellent paper, by the way,
hai made arrangomonti to furnish
every subscriber with a hindtome clay
buat of the Conservative chief. The
bust ii well executed and is laid to be
a faithful representation of Sir John.
It will be jutt the thing for a mantel
ornament. The price of the Empire
for oue year, with the bust, ii one dollar,
         —'
Evangelist Moody Coming.
Thii world-renowned evangelist ii
on hit way to Viotoria, Dr. Reid hu
received a telegram stating thit Mr.
Moody may be looked for in Victoria
on Thundiy erenipg and is expected
to conduct a number of ipecial service!, of whioh due notice will be given
to the public when settled plana are
made out. Mr. Moody will remain
over Sunday in Victoria. As it is understood that the renowned evangelist
will remain iu Oregon, Wiiihinston
Territory, and Britiih Columbia about
two monthi, it ii quite likely "that we
may hnvo tho pleasure of hearing him
in thn city.
.—.     ...	
A P.I.IM Aeclde.l.
Yeiterday afternoon while the bag-
cage of the Juvenile Open troupe wai
being taken into Herring's Open
House a number of boyi congregated
round the door. A number of them
climbed up on the gate which suddenly
fell, knocking down Ernie, the 8-year-
old ion of Mr. Jamei French. The
gate wu instantly removed and the
injured boy tenderly carried home by
hii youthful comrades. Dr. Cooper
wu lummoned and found on examination that the thigh wu broken, The
fracture wu let and Ihe doctor thinks
Ernie will be able to move around,
again in the coune of a montll or five
weeki.
... ■-
A Sln.se Fatality.
The statement in yesterdays piper
to the effect that one of the original
ownen of the Cariboo Fly wu killed
by the blowing up of the boiler on one
of her fint trip., wu only partially correct. Both her ownen, the Jamieson
brothen, wen killed by thit accident.
The body of one wu found, but the
other wu never leen. The accident
occurred juit at the entrance tb thii
harbor. A strange fatality seems to
have followed the family to which Ihe
two men referred to belonged. There
•re uid to have been live brothen in
the family, all engineen, and ill five
came to their end in much the ume
way. Two, u itated, met their death
in Viotoria, one wu killed by th. explosion ot. boiler at Yale, and the
othen wen killed on the Columbia
River.—Timet
■eglttralln SUIItllei.
We received the following inlerott-
ing itatiitict from R. W. Armstrong,
deputy registrar, of thii oity, tome
time ago, but owing to pretti-re on our
space have been unable to publish thorn
before: For the lix monthi ending
31st of lut December, there wen
registered in the New Wutmlniter
land regiitry office 544 instruments of
absolute conveyance!, avenging 90.0
*ir month; mortgagu, leawi, etc.,
17, average, per month, 49.3; bills of
salo and chattel mortgage!, 98, average, 16.6; mechanic!' liens, 17, average, 3 per month. The total revenue
for the period named amounted to
84,582.80, cquil to 8703.80 per month.
For the fint eoven monthi of the preient yen the conveyance! regiitered
amounted to 815, or an average of 102
per month; the chattel mortgages and
bill* of ule, 141, average. 17.8 per
month; the mechanic, liens, 15,
being two per month. The feet for
the liven monthi amounted to f 0,454.
61, equal to (800.82 per month. Thii
ii a very gratifying reiult, u indicating in the molt unmiitakible manner
the rat strides the diitrict ii making
in; its onward march to greatneu and
fortune.
Whit Toronto's well-known Good Samaritan sayn "I hare been troubled
with Dyspepsia and Li'-er Complaint for
over 20 yean, and have tried many remedies, bnt never found an article that
has done me as much good oa Northrop
k Lyman's Vegetable Disoovory ana
Dyspeptic Cure."    Clara E. Foiisr,
mirtU'win mut,   -.
Mr. F. Fookl returned from Illeoil-
lewiet yutertUy, where hi went tot
ike purpoie of inipicting th. progreii
being nudo on th. worki in oonniollon
with th. llleoillowi.it Silver Milling
Co. He report! thit the work ot following the main lead from the iurf.ee
down hu given splendid results, tlio
ore being much richer than wu anticipated. Tlie lead wideni u it jjoei
down and givei promise of attiining
very largo dimensions. From the drift
of the vein it ii expected the tunnel,
which ii now 120 feet deep, will itrike
the lead at the end of another 60 feet.
Operation! have been discontinued for
this season, but with ihe opening of
spring work on the tunnel will be ro-
mmed.
Mr, Farwell, for Iho provincial government, hat s large gang of men
working on tho wagon road up the
north fork of the Illecillewaet river,
from Albert canyon to tbe eut fork of
the river. Thii road will prove of immense benefit to the miners, as it will
tap tho trails leading to all the minei
on the north fork. At preient the
minen are unable to ship their ores or
get in provisions, except at a ruinous
expense. The road will be completed
in time for spring operation..
The Lanark mine hu put on a gang
of men to drive another tunnel to tap
the ledge on the 400 foot level. The
tunnel will be in the neighborhood of
400 feet ih length and work will bs
kept up un it 111 winter.
Oorbin, Einnedy & Woodi will import a concentrator as loon u the
north fork read ii completed.
The majority of the minei are closing down for, the winter, but many
would have continued operations but
for the wut of a road.
: IPoM.er'1 laqaeit.
Following wu the evidence adduced
yeiterdiy it the inqueit on the body
of Edwin Durant: Frank Bruneiu,
•worn, raid: Am a farmer md knew
deceaied. I saw the body of deceaied
to-day md im satisfied itwu the body
of Edwin Durant. I lut saw him
•live on Saturday between 4 and 6
o'clock in the afternoon. Jones'
house il lituated about 5 milei below
the million, I visited the house as a
neighbor, Deceued and Jonei hid
lomi words about a klooehman kept
by Jonei. Durant went to Jonei'
•nd uid to him "you have an old
grudge againit me about your klooehman, but I never had iny thing to do
with her."   Jonei raid "I'll kill you,
you ion of a b .   Durant then
walked out of the frontdoor and Jonei
again repeated the threat to him. The
lut expression wu a common saying
among ui and I did not pay any attention to |t. I went round to the back
of the houte to look it lome cattle and
fvAikVi there hcird a ihot from the
direction of the "front of the houie. I
beard Durant cry "Frank como to me,
for I'm dying." I went to the front
of the home and uw Jonei itanding
with a gun in hii hind and Durant
lying on tho botch 20 feet away. I
uid to Jonei "Whit have you done"
and he answered "I have shot tho bastard." I knew he meant Durant. I
then went out on the railway track for
ossiitanoe and uw Preston coming
and told him Jonei had ihot Durant
and all thit hod happened. We went
to Jonei' house and tied Jonei up.
We did the belt we conld to stop the
flow of blood from Dumnt'i leg.
Crois-examined by Mr. Moresby:
While we wero dreuing hit leg Dunnt
uid Jonei had ihot him. I wu digging potatoei with deceaied in the
afternoon and he mid "Let ui go to
Jonei' house tnd get a drink of
whiiky." We went to the houw; ill
I Kekrd DnAntiiiy to Jonei wu "You
Bceute me wrongfully of having anything to do with Ague*." Jonei replied
"You ire a lying wn of a b-— ud
Dunnt slapped him on the face; no
more blowi were itruok in my presence; 1 wu ont about half a minute
when I heird the ihot; then wu only
one ihot fired; I did not leave the
houw by the ume door u Dunnt;
the gun thit I uw in Jonei' hind wu
• tingle barreled one, known •■ a Hud-
wn'i Biy mueket. There wu no
one in the houw it the time the
ihot wat tired except m Indian
woman named Sophie, who wai iu
the bed-room. Jones had been drinking, but neither he or Durant were
drunk; I hoard Jonei make threats
againtt Dunnt previoui to thii occurrence and on several occuioni he uid
"If I could kill tho wn of ab—,Eddie,
I would be hippy to die." We were
only a few minutei in the houw thit
ifternoon. I did not think thit
Jonei would carry out the threat he
had made; I wat not afraid he would
kill me; I did not know of any previoui
Suirrel between them; I had wveral
rinki during the day ud only one
in Jonet' house.
Dr. DeWolf Smith, iworn uid:—1
•m a physician and lurgeon, practicing
in Ihe city of Weitmimter. On Sunday morning latt about 0 o'clock I wat
called te attend to a wounded mm
namod Edwin Dunnl. I found he
bad a uvere gun ihot wound below
the knee md took the neceuary itepi
to uve the nian'a life. I hive no hesitation in nying the wound wu the
cauie of Durante death.
Thii doted the evidence for the
night md the inqueit wu adjourned
until 3 p. m. to-day, awaiting the arrival of witnottei from up-river.
At 3 o'olock, when Mr. Ferrii reopened the inqueit, the itr. Glidyi,
by whioh the witnesses were expectod,
hid not irrived, ind the inqueit wu
further adjourned.
The inqueit wureiumod at 4 o'clook
but no further evidenoe wai taken and
the jury retired. At the end of 30
minutei the jury returned and rendered the following verdict:—
We, the jury appointed to inquire
into the cause of the death of Edward
Dunnt, find that the uid Edward
Dunnt cime to hii death by a nun
■hot wound received at the handi of
W. H. Jonei.
Thos. Gray, foreman.
PewoBM.
A. M, Buttle, otVinoouvir, mi ln
the eity to-diy.
Th. Rev, R. Jamieton returned
from Vancouver thii ifternoon.
W. 0. Ward, Mill Ward and Miu
Miud Duusmuir, left for England yes
terday,
Mr. and Mn. W. Wolfenden went
up to Chilliwhack thii morning and
will visit there for • few dayi.
< Mn. Reid, of Vancouver, who hit
been the guest of Mn. Alex. Ewen
for the put week, left for home to-day
by the evening train.
Capt. O. A. Wonitop, city editor of
the News-Advertiser, Vancouver, has
severed his connection with that journal lo accept an appointment in her
majeaty'a customi. Capt: Wortnop
hai the beil wishes of the fraternity in
Westminster.
Many forget that the hair and scalp
need cleansing. Extensive use of Ayer a
Heir Vigor has proven that it is the best
cletniing agent for the hair—that It prevents dandruff and stimulate! the hair
to renewed growth.
.  m  »	
Interior L.mber Batel.
There are five uw mills between the
lummit of tlio Rocky mountain! md
Renriitroke, B. C, . distance of
150 miles. The rail), men complain
-that they are unable to run their milla
to advantage, owing lo the exceuive
freight rate, charged on the O, P. R.
The nte ii |1°5 per cir to points eut
of Regim, which is ibout the ume
nte u ii given the cout milli, though
the haul in thelattercueiimuchlonger.
WattofReginathecountryii not largely
settled, md thin iinot muoh demind
for lumber.- In time u the weitern
part of the territories cut icttled up,
the mountain mill men will have a
good mirket for their lumber dour tn
the mill, but in the meantime the timber ii undergoing great deitruotion
every yew from foreit fires. The railway compiny hu lately made a reduction in rates from the mountain
milla to Calgary, but thii will not
greatly improve the poiition of the
mill men.— WinnipegCommercial.
 » m, ♦	
It ii not generally known, says
an exchange, that Canadians, especially those who live in Nova
Scotia, have a particular interest in
tho.- fate of the Stanley expedition,
since one of their number is amongst
the party. The Digby Courier sayi
that Stanley's wcond in command ia
"Lieut. W. E. Stairs, of the Royal
Engineen, a wn of the late John
Stain, of Halifax. Lieut. Stain ia
about 26 yean of age; he wai educated at the military college at
Kingston, Ont., and was selected
for the poiition from over 250
applicants.
Whin Buy wu itt, wi nv. bet Cutou,
wla tk. wu • Child, the cried for Ct.rU,
"•"tan alw bMaw nu., .h. elan, te Cutau,
Ws»iMludClalilM.,A.,,v. thn. Cuts*
Job printing of ill kinds neatly done
I.t the Columbian office.   Prleea will b.
found u lo* u at uy other ofllc. In
_ tl»l»wta«.^*,       •   ,-'>•■-„-.
Mrs. E. H. Perkins, Creek Centre,
Warren Co., N. Y., writes* Bhe has been
troubled with asthma for four years; had
to sit up night aftor night with It. She
has taken two bottles of Br, Thomas'
Eeleotric Oil, and is perfectly cured,
She strongly recommends It, and wishes
to aot as agents among her neighbors,
PaTEJ-W
Boot and Shoe
STORE.-
dollirTspem!
LADIES, IF YOU WISH ;TO GET
reliable   good!   at   low   figure,
read the following:—
I take much pleasure In announcing to
the public of New Wettmlntter thit I
have opened out a large and well assort,
ed stock of Men's Women's and Children'! Boots Shoes and Slippers in all
qualities. These goods were expressly
manufactured for me by the celebrated
Amu, Holden Boot and Shoo Co., of
Montreal, and having purchased for cash
and Intend telling for the ume, I am prepared to ditpote of then goodi it prices
which cannot but bo utiifictory. Come
•nd look at tho stock, compare prices and
you will acknowledge I am able to give
you bargain!.
WM. JOHNSTON,
Columbia itreet, New Weitminster,
oclodtc
TENDERS
R THB CONSTRUCTION OF A DAM
_ with Slulcu, icrott Bnvir Creek, la
Township ll, oppoiite warnock Station,
will be leoelvei until easier IHk, it
MURDOCH MoI.ENNAN'S, on thi
around., or RAND BROS.. N.w Wetlmln*
stir, who. plus and ipeclncatloni can
be eeen. ,
We do not bind ourselves to accept the
lowett or any tender.
For the Committee,
RAND BROS.
New West,, Oct. 10, UM. dociotd
VrOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1*1 we have applied to the Honorable
the Minister ol the Interior for a license
to out and carry away timber from tha
following described lands, situated In
New Westminster District. B. C, on the
southerly side of Harrison lake, and about
twenty miles from Harrison hot iprlnili
Commencing at a post planted on Halfway Point, marked H. B. Hill; thenoo
north, TO teg. weit, 80 chains; Ibence aouth
40 chain, to a pott; thenoe well 100 ohaln.
to . post marked N, W. poat, H. 8. Mill:
thenoe 20 chains south-west to a post
marked 8. W. post, H, S. Mill: thence 960
chains east fo a post marked 8. E. post,
H. 8. Mill; thence along the lake shore to
place of commencement-containing 000
acres, more or less.
HARRISON 8AW MILLS.
Jos. Martins Son.
Dated Octobers, 188s. doolOml
LOST.
QN THE 4TH OCTOBER, ON OOLUM*
bla St., a small sum of Money In
notes and silver. The Under will be suitably rewarded on leaving unit at tbls
OrTi___J_.T
SALE
STOVES
 AND—
RANGES
IN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
arrangement! in thii Department of
my Butiness, I hive concluded to ull
out my present stock it and under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity ii now given to per
um in want of FIRST-CLASS STOVES
t»g*t them It LESS THAN TORONTO
s^tlLfUfCEI. j
JAMES .CUNNINGHAM.
New Welt*, Oct. 10,1888.      doclOyl
Bars' AHD YOUTH'S
Wl and Inter
SUITS
... ^ ttj'ANDt—       ,|
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, *c.
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunks & Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER & HATTER,
Colombia St., Opp. Teleo»apii Oepioe,
Kew IfeilsHatler. U. t.    ■
dwiertc
IMMENSE SALE
. ..  i.'    .  OF  ,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
La-fa*, a,
-A
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oot. 10th, 1888.
At we have decided to retire from the retail Dry Goods buiineu thii nuon, •
now place our entire itock on the mirket it
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RESERVE.
nvTii-*TrrrjKiN<> ictjbt bjo .oin.
$6,0
Childnif Cryfer, PHeher'iftistoria
0 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
STAi wi on known to carry on. of thi Urgeit .nd but lawrtsd itock. In thi
Province, It will not be neceuary to enumerate. An eirly intpection will convlnc.
the public thit we mean buiineu, and that the itock must be cloud out before the
end of thii season; therefore w. have placid our goodi at prion lower thin hive
ever been offered before In thil Province,
ItHKBNBSlIt—Th. Stoek mstt be elai.d osl by th. .nd tt th. ytnt.
OALI, E ARLT WUILB THE ASSOBTMB1IT IS 0OOIJ.
Turns—Under 1100, cuh; over 1.100, secured notes at three monthi with inttrct,
■■•ji ]?-»*? ma y_\M_r few*'
MLUI
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.       >  V
A full llneof Spectacles & Eye-Glosses in iteel, rubber, lUver ud gold
framei.  The finut Pebbles made, *4 per pair; all ilghtt raited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned thu
buiineu thoroughly from lome of the finest Horologen in Englind, ind ilncc then
managed the watch-repairing department! of a few of tho belt firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ol good workmanship. Formerly manager for,,uearly 8 yean of tbe well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, Montreal,
Charges moderate,
Montbeal, Dec,, 1887.—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Era., Chairman oi
Montreal" Harbor Commissioners, lave: "I never found a Watchmaker who did to
well for mitt yon did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you ore not hire today."
■ , "'_"■  ,   " '.       dwapllto
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY H©lJIt8.-MoR»iNO.,.fcm.a.30 to 11 o'clock.   ""<*
Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'olook,,. r, „     „  /
•., ;   : EvEHntl, 6 VtTo'clock.;   ■       ...
at PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at anytime during
the night by a competent chemist, who tleepl on the premltei. Ring tbe night
bell,
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Columbia St., Htm Westminster.
dwootte
Opp, Telegraph Offlce,
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
.mut '"Km*] t0 3Q,cn'"
■    Tetepboulc CommuuicatlOB with all the Doctors in the City.   Coll .a
ui iny time and we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sunday* for the sale of Medicine onlyi—Mornino, 8 to 10.80 o'clock)
Aresnooh, 1 to 3) EvEKwa, 8 to 9.
New Weiluliiler, B. a, Rest ftlulal H.lel.
CUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT IIP. dwmilMC    I
nENTRAL   fjROOERYl
Holbrook Block, Oolumbia Street.        j
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDINO AND WANTS
to lee all hii old cuitomers ind lot. of ne* onu, u he will soil them ORO. I
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc,, cheaper thin ever. All our Goodi ire flnt-clui
and are being mid is low u Inferior grade..   We itrive not to match, but tli excel, j
Jutt to hand—car of FLOUR, FEED, ito., of thi following brudi:
Satan-Patent Sailer (Americin); Hungarian, Strong Bakers (Ogil-:
vle'ajj Premier, Columbia Keller (Srsllumcrieen)i
AniU yet have not nud the Britiih Columbia Flour do lo at once md bo con*
vlnctd thit It will mik. flrit-olui bread and paltry, '        ' ~ . _   dwauffito
szr imr ma iw-a
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV-
erics of New Goods for. the coming season. Amongst,
them WSirW found;a vety CHOICE SELECTION and NEW-
ESTp0ESIfiGNS in   . j
Black, Colored & Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shanes in Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries. '
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts. j
Waterproofs A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Fur-
nishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties, &o.
W. * O. WOLFENDEN,
oohtmbla ssx-nrs.
dwselOto
oelMwIyr        MA60NIC BLOCK, .COLUWIIA ST., NEW WEfTTiarffiMB.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Columbian Phintinq Eitabuibmbnt hu tint-clam facilities for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heidi, Circulars,
Cardi, Envelope!, Blank Formi of every detoription, Potters, Oedfert,
Prist Hue, to. Prices will be found as low as at any other effioe -iwre
■***t»0i't*» work is done. " >< C« *t,at im lo
m Wl-

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