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WIMTJIIOTTER, & 0., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1888.
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ALLASDA1HB A, I ANION,
ARCHITECTS.
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VANCOUVER, B.C.
danWto
nriLLiAH b. kino,
] . !M:i ^ ,*Mmtm,U   .be:
BOILDmO a LAND SlAVRYOR,
SANITARY ENOINEBR,
Ornos-Niw sfuoalc Block,
dwipllte Weitmlniler.
A'
Hill J. HILL, .    '.?
OIVII. ENGINEER,
LAKDSURVKTORlud
DRAUGHTSMAN,
Omos-ltiw atuoBle Block,
dwrahlMe N.w Wettmlntter.
W.'
WALEU A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
tilAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
*, BukBulldlBl.,NewWe.tmln.ter, B.C.
liiUniajH^kx, Enil.no."-
dwmylTte
fit J- tbapp,
'"''. AVOTTONITCR AMD APPRAISIR,
Oolimbl. Street,...
...New Wettmlntter
All- eommtuloBi will rcoeive prompt
sad wnful .tuition. But nienncet
lives wken required. mhia-te
RAND BROS.
D»»L «.TATB OBOKBRS,
- - -     O.SV.F.S..*., Osll..t.r.,
Asa ISMuase.Af.nl.,
Olnu.alVICTOPJAiFort.tr.eN   .
OTW JvWiaNBTER; Corner
-    BleKeniliandOI**k«inSti.
.   VANCOUVER, Cordova Stmt.
BUILDING boTB Air ule I. all Mellon.
ofVaawovir ud N.w Wastmlaiur OUT.
FARM LANDS Of lupalrlor caallt* tor
Ml. .1 CbUliwhaok, Tort Hammond,
U.lley, MaUquI, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
l.r-1i Undlns; Lulu Iiland, North Ann
— IPIURlvtr. ,   ,
-        r" ■*■ 'I exhibited and tbeflll-
srnlihedMallouroae..,
fSSte 	
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MAMS   BROS.
Uwd Ag8ffts«fc Surteyors.
Hilts' FHFsRIO. 8IIRTKI8HADR
Lun or Small Sum. of Money Adviaoed
•    OB Good Seeuritiei. at Reauaible
. Rate, of Intereit.
Fans! Aw Sal. ss timer Slier, abere
u« kel.wlt.wvre.lnluter.
'. WILLIAMS BROS, are In conslantooin-
mnnleation with intending setllersfrom
England and elsewhere, an-1 nave special
KjflttlM mrsnelln. ules.
Thelri.harte.are lower lli.n auy other
.■saaauln the Provjnoe.
"OFFlCrW-Oonier of Granville and Cordova Streets, and opposite 0. P. It. Station,
Tueuver, >.€. . ilupllml
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Hand-Saws,
for Farmlngi
■l»t; Pitch,
1Mb & Oils
Including Tools of all kindi of the bnt nukei;
Barbed WIN to Fuciias, nnaisall the nccestary
ey. Blocks, finntcjk Block*, Rope cVCli
'   '    '    Tarred aad Plain Palter for Bnt
.11.1
.Vili  -
ladytoute; (Srlttd
_ ifccB for all purposes;
a general mortment of
.  tin; Paper'tor-	
 Jiu ill tfitdei; Floor Pa
ln°b"1?Sitlng OlISTWiiw J'ITae^toVl.
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention given to orden by mill,
■-"'-•a?, t. -TS-i^^^iL, :,!■
dwjly3to    \\ ,:  ' ; Couibju Srasaw, Ntw Wmsin-lia,
1
'*-'■" WHOLE^AMiRirrAIL'DEALERS IN           '"'
COLUMBIA    8TREET,
•tJ-Te-w'   *^r©stiaai-CLster,   S.   Q.
''    'owj,*jw
A. B. WINTEMUTE
, "Buifelo" Boot and Shoo Store.
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JUST ARRIVED-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
New Boots and Shoes
Which wiU be sold it Prices to suit every Person.
WINTEMUTE'S BLOCK,
dwauiofe
COLUMBIA STREET.
BRITISH
WD&I
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COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  8, MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND.
HEAD OFFICE,
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civiti Ofkicbiis.—Milyor, Robert! Dlck-
inflon; City Clerk. Gi.pt. Kobinson; Pt>
llco Mnglatrnte, T. C. Atkinson, Chief;
Engineer Fire Depirtmont, W. Corbotti
AHHlaliint, H.Reiid.
Coukt Oki*icial8.-Ju'1k«  of   the Hu-
firemo Court, Hon. J. F. McCrcli-ht: Regis-
rat, W. H. FaWingj Sherilf, W.J. Arm.
itrong.
Provinoiai, Ofhoers. — Government
Agent, Chas. Wurwlckj Kcglutmr of Ti tlesi
K. W. Armstmng: Bupt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. R. I. Bentley: ltuniar of Asylum, Jas. PUfllhiri; Ooyeriior of Central
Prison, Wtn.JHoresb|i; Stewnrd Ro-*;«l Cor
ntlon L
Ferrte.
iJOHIHIOD uivjriuiAijs,—rumiiiuBier, J,u.
Brown; Collector of'CuntomB, J.S. Clutet
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. McBride;
Dominion Land Agent, H, B. W. Aikman:
Crown Timber Agent, T. H. Ulgglnaoni
, '—■,™'—*M,Tho9.Mowat .<_,.
■J:—BfiOtltor, Dr. *. At
of Commons, Donald
UI.  nn A, JMHWIVJ
Phillips; Oovi
'm. HoFe.br; SI
HtApItal.Tiiiai
.gent, Jno. Bpr
r.tlon Agent, Jno. Sprotl; Coroner, Wi
Ulghy;
UlOort
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anal.
Inapector of FlabeMI, Thos. MowaL
KBPEMXHTATIVatr.-'' ~     "
Mclnnes; House of  _  ,	
Chlkholm; Provincial Legislature, Capti
W.N. Bole, <J.O.
HAILS CLOSE AND ARRIVE.
■,,'; .-.- .(.OI-OIBai;./:
For Can. Vne. By.-Daily (.xoopt Sunday
and Monday), nt 12,30, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. 001-
CM-Monday, 12,19; Tuesday, 8.16; Wednesday, 6.S0; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
8.801 Saturday,8.15. ... ,      .
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlets-Dally (except Sun-
ay) at 8.16.
or Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
For	
Monday, 12.4S;
Wednesday and Friday
Tor Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Pralrle-SatuMay,
For North Arm and Sea Island-Thursday, ls.no.
For Elgin and Mnd Day-Saturday, 12,45.
ForPlumper's Pus-Monday, 12.45.
For Nanafmo (direct mallJ-Tuesday, 19.
D-rjjn
From Can. Pao. Ry.-Dally (except Satur-
day)atl4,l»P
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday 18; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 1L.S0.
From Vancouver, Moody ville, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet-Dally (except Sunday) at lfl.
From Ladner's Landing- and Lulu Island
.-Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 18.
r'rom Clover Volley, Hall's Prairie nno
Lanaley Prairie—Friday, 16.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thnrs-
day, 11
From Elgin and Mnd Bol   	
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, IS.
From Nanaimo (direct mailJ-Salurdoy,
POST OFFICE HOURS:        ;
General Delivery from9 toll (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays ud Frldr-
excopt when malls are being sorted.
"~a- —mbu   u.a.ta   .t.nuRWiWU,
HOBBY OBOBB A SAVING! BANK.—Dally
-0 a, m. to 4 p, m., and from 0 to 7 on
Saturday evenings, v,.<-   >       -a-
56 New Broad St.
10ND0N, ENGLAND.
The Bnilncu of ALLSOP It MASON hu been merged in the above Company
ud will be carried on by the Company from thil date u a general Land Investment
ud Insurance Ageuiy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rate.. Towb Lot. ud Firming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, a C, May 16th, 1887. dwj.vna>
5294. ACRES
CHOICE   LAND!
*>sft>JMmMtaswSMbsU*ai l\
CftSHPS3-'
IM Nil  „   _._  ._„_„
iri.*t.'9*,ff* Iilud, Ooail Dlttrlet,
Uth Oolumbla:
m      ^^'"'I'T-T'^I ^. VW..VU in. r..i noon*
inrf• .of Lot If, Gout Dhtrlet, a) eli.ln.
. tentk nl  Un   Bnrt.Mat.rly eom.r ol
said lot, thine. *y~« ehifnt, tduth to
tteiaon llnisf Villas. Bay, aorlheut-
„._.. J.t    etotheioulhiut
»o*n^eX
Borthweslerly to
Umber laau'L"
j.lonfonr timber
jmlly weal dlncUon
       t.r^M|,
 Ih
, - s.'.iffi",'S»*S' VitJ«el,ibjn-,iouil
*l *»'?•• *uj * chain., and aoulh 20
| (halo, lo point of commencement.'
b« *«ra»f-WpWBt«olllLMr<o.(Ld.)
m^SkW
WE ARENOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the^ celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 51294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles/rom Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
iailg glritwh dolumbian
*I«d.y Evealu. Sept. I., IMS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
The Tacoma Ledger styi: All the
tin-horn gamblers hav. bean driven
out of Astoria by the chief of police.
They itill flourish in Taooma and
give Sunday-morning prise fights at
a side show,
Has it come to this: Miniiter
(called upon to marry a young lady
to a feminine dude)—To avoid aU
-HWttalieB, please state whsth ol JON
ii the bride. Texas Sidings is the
authority for the above.
An alderman in Kingston pbjootl
to spending tha money, gathered
from taxation for the entertainment
of the governor-general. I He and
hii objections were promptly- squelched, we are told, of course. The idea
of anyone, in thii evening of the
19th century, having the impudence
to question the morality of .pending
poor people ii money for the benefit
of rich men. Thii alderman mint
have been bom before his time.
Once more, rumors of war, Russia sneering at Germany; Germany
talking back, and discovering Russian intrigue and Ruuian gold behind Bouiinger'i recent successes in
the French election!. What the
next twist of the kaleidoscope wiU
give us, one dare not attempt to
foretell, but one is tempted to wish
that these people would fight it out
and have done with it—that seems
about the only way out of the
status quo,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure,
This powder never varies. A marvel nf
pnrlty.atronirtlmnd wholesomeness. Mon
•oonornlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold In compeilllon with th.
multitude ol low test, short weight alum
—•——■--, '    - ""ijy*	
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Roval Basins Powbbb Co,, im Wall St.,
NewYorh. Jfelr
Tug: for Sale!
TUG BOATTOFFiBfT; COMPOUNDMA-
cblniiry, by-EneWn makers.
Apply to : ~
Mbmm. BEWICK8 A WDI.FFSOHN,
djlflto Vancouver, B, C.
For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to ihow intending purohaaera the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge,
h.a.istx>
- dWluSltl
Cheap for Gash.
OAA ACRES OP LAND.3 MILES FROM
aCiVU W«Blmln*tcr,ounK(N)tlmnd;fimt*
c1m» high land, 100 iicrcH of It from 4 to 6
feet black lonntitlie balance alder bottom;
good lionne and out bnildliii**i. For further
particulars enquire at    THI ""
New West., Juno 80th, \m.
HIS OFFICE.
dwjesoto
for_sAle.
rpHB STEAMER ''SWAN." 80 feet keel,
1 9 feet beam, 4 ft. 8 In. bold; fitted with
double engines, 6^x8 cyl I uders, also steel
boiler ami shaft (John Doty, maker, one
of the best inaiiufnctiirerwln Canada). She
Is In real good order nnd fully equipped.—
For fitrttier particular*., apply to M. G.
TEK1IUNK or W. ^AUSTIN.      dselntl
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^MachineWorks
THE l'ROPRlKTORS OF THESE
works have imitlf ploamir© lu notifying their friends and tlie public I hat. they
nre now preparer) lo reeeivoand Promptly
execute any orders,for work In their line
With which they may be favored;
A. Mi KKM IK,
Meohiiiileal Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmylStc
{he Ii
otlOE W IIK11E1IY OIVRNTHAT
wo linve upullcd to tho Minister of
. Interior for n noenso to eut timber on
tho following lauds In Hie Ulsti-let of Now
Westinliistcr, namely:
The East half of Heellnn number Five
flll. Township number 'riireoltt), Range 28
West. [,,.-.     ,.     ■-•- it i
The West half of Section number Four
tt), Township number Thru, (3), Range IS
West.
Dominion surveys.
Dated Ih, lMli AUBlist, A.D.19B,
I.UMUIA   .j,   KNiailTBROS.
By their Ag'euU,
dulOml CoBBovi.nAMcCoi,i„
The Britiih steamship Glenihiel,
from the East Indies, recently arrived at New York, reports A land
storm which occurred on th.'evening of Julviawliiliilhe yesjel was
■nuking forWiieV * WHek BiaB way
up the Red Sea a most tertrfioj! land
storm, which lasted nearly ten
hours, suddenly swept down,- It
was imposiible to lee anything a
ship's length away. The wind blew
a gale, and it wai found to be a
dangerous experiment to stay on
(task for any length of time. Tho
■and was' hot, and whe-n it cms
'into contact with the body, would
sting.like the point of a knife,.
We had a paragraph in our
"Soientino Miicellany" on Saturday
about the influence of environment
on animal forms and may point a
moral' by a quotation bom Prof.
Durmmond; "To continue the investigation of the modifying action
of environment into the moral and
spiritual spheres, would be to open a
fascinating and suggestive enquiry.
One might ihow how the moral man
is aoted upon and changed contin-
uouily by the influence*, leorvt I and
open, of hit surroundings, by the
tone of lociety, by the oompany he
keeps, by hii occupation, by the
books he readi by all, in short
that constitutes the habitual atmosphere of bis thoughts and the little
world of hii daily choice."
Apropos of the rather sensational
story going the presi round, the
other day, that a young Britiih offi
oer had slyly taken advantage of
access to the patent office at Washington to steal Unole Sam's latest
"wrinkles" in torpedoes, a late
American dispatch layi:—Inquiry
into the report that an English army
officer; had secured complete plans
of our cout defenin, and copiet of
our submerged torpedo charts,
brought out the itatement that the
young officer came here for that
purpose, but left disgusted, being
unable to learn anything not open
to publication generally. Nevertheless, in view of thii, and the
•trained relations with Canada, it
is said the torpedo chart! will be at
once overhauled and rearranged,
In the Popular Science Monthly
Or. Wolf tells a very good story of
what he saw in the slave market at
Mukinge, in Africa. A dieting-
ulshed-looking old fellow who had
been a ohiof was among ihe slaves,
and his history was rather novel.
During his reign he was continually
fighting with the neighboring tribes
and many of his subjects wero killed
in battle. At last his people began
to get tired of the business, and
decided to sell their chief into slavery, ai the belt way to get rid of
him, and to live for tbe future in
pence. They sold bim for ton goats,
Whioh were killed, and the meat
distributed as a compensation among
tl^e relatives of those who died in
the frequent battles of their chief,
If all people, and tribes would follow the sensible example of these
otherwise benighted Africans, wan
would cease to the ends of the earth.
Thos. Sabin, of Eglington, says: "I
have removed ten conn from my feet
with Holloway't Corn Cure." RaJ.r,
go thou ud do likewite.
Children Cryfor Pftdwrtditorla
im     ,   ,,,!,.' iiuSVluno .'in
. ip,.,   nl   t ill"""""'.' j.t.o'.n   ;
Retaliation Bill Passed by Congress by a Vote of One Hundred and .Seventy Six to 4.
A blsastrons Conflagration in
San Francisco—Big Flood
In Iowa.
mst Hem's DEsmcniis.
THE BEIAUATIOK MIL fASSEII.
WisiiiNOTON, Sept., 8.—The house
to-day pitted (he retaliation bill by •
vote of 1711 to 4, Bayne, Dalzeel, bind
aud Whit, voting in the negative..
,._.»••: Bllllstlliv's jcLoops
V'.WATSSioo, low^'. Sept..' S.—The
Kongnree river rose 15 feet on Thuri-
d.y night and overflowed ill bauks,
inunditing th.ounndi of icreiof cotton
and corn lands. - It ii estimated that
25 per cut. of th. cotton crop will b.
loot. The river il now 20 feet ibov.
low witer and ii riling., The Broid
and Saluda riveri are oj.o high. The
dunge will reach over |l,000,00p.
SBAEP PBACTIOB,
Minneapolis, Sept. 8. - W. H.
Lyons, a real estate agont and secretary of the Sterling Live Stock Insurance Company, hu left the city with
about $30,000 obtained by fraudulent
methodi. Hii plan was to secure the
name of non-resident land owner, ud
descriptions of their property and forge
transfer! of luch hinds to J. W. Pen-
roie, whose agent he claimed to be.
After the transfers hid been recorded
he mide out deodi of transfer ligned
by Penrose, and executed by himtelf
u attorney, and then uted tha proceed! to hii own advantage.
BOBNBB TO DRATll.
Ckysial Falls, Mich., Sept, 8.—
Lait night Looii Brown and wife were
burned to death in their home on
Point River, 20 milei from here, Mn.
Brown wai unable to unlock the door
•nd periihed Her huibaod saved hii
lis children, after which he went into
-the home to get hii money and wu
overcome by the imoke and burned to
duth.
'   A DISASTROUS CONFLAOXATION.
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 9.—About one
o'clock thi. afternoon an alarm wai
turned on for what proved lo boon.
of the molt stubborn ind diaailroui
firei that hai ever viiited thil city. At
the time the alarm wu Bounded a mild
breeze wai blowing from the south-
eut.   Where the nre occurred there
•re located the principal foundries,
machan. .hop., lumber yards and coal
depoti.   Thi fir. started  in A. F.
Knorp'i mili, a large wooden building
surrounded by ttructuret of the ismi
material.   The building wat soon enveloped in flaiuei which in turn com-
municited to the National iron worki,
a lirge three-story frame building on
Ih. oornir of Howard and Main ttreett.
Th. fir. continued miking rapid headway, while tb. wind freinened considerably.   The National works, idmitted
to.be one of the belt foundry plant! in
the city, will be a total Ion.  Thi worki
repreiented $80,000 capital inveited,
with a amall miunuce.   Six ttreiimi
under full preuure kept up a deluge
on the National works until with a
cnth the tecond ud third Soon gave
way.   Thii burning miu of ruiut,
finned by the increasing wind, drove
the flames acroti the Itreet until Ihe
famoui Ritdon Iron worki wuierlom-
ly threatened,   The iignbo.nl of the
latter ettiblithment ought fits at the
Main itreet extremity.   A lirgi pang
of men mounted the roof and with an
ordinary garden hole, bucket, and cam
of all description, und the building
until such time ii the firemen could
direct leveral stream! upon the incipient blue.   From the Nitionil iron
worki the tire caught near the end of
the Globe brut foundry, tb. Eureka
iron worki, and forcing iti way through
the centre of th. block, burned everything on the eut tide, ilightly looroh-
ing the wettern end of the block.   By
thu time tbo block bounded by Million, Howird. Boal, ind Miin ttreutt,
wu insupportable.   The firemen then
held their pottt until the heat became
unbearable, ud in their retreat wore
obliged lo abandon their hole.   Tho
wind continued to. inoroato, blowing
itcidily to  the wafer front.   At thit
ilage it became evident that Ihe (hipping anchored along the  wharves in
the direct line of tbe tiro wit in danger.   Hawien wore loosed while tugt,
with a full head ut iteam on, were
ready to render assistance  should it
become necessary.   The fire boat Qov.
Irwin, waa tied  to Ihe  inner end of
Howard street wharf pumping eight
streitm fur upward, of  three hours.
From the ii'itlioait corner uf Main
and Howard itreetl, to which place thu
scene nf the lire   bub  moved   by the
wind, it rapidly  swept  up  Mission
itreet faking in the Union box factory,
a long two-itoried frame building, not
mentioning a large number of minor
structures and small  lumber yards.
The fire continued to make rapid headway finishing up tbe block bounded by
Main, Minion,  How.rd  nnd Spear
•'recti, and wuaiolid muss of burning ruint.   It now menaced tlio attentive lumber wardi, ill with enortnnui
stocks on hand;  Iho blind, mih and
door factorioi were aim in lino of the
flame, when, to add to  the excitement it wu found that tho fire department wu ladlyin need of hole,   It
brcame neceuary to communicate with
morchint'i agenta, etc., dealing in thit
irlicle, reiulling in . tecond and third
initalmenti of  note.   The extensive
lumber yard of Jackson, Springer &
Co, wu completely burned out, .Uo
tho yard of Geo. S. Given and  th.
Union box factory, after which John
Wigmoro & Sona followed.   Blytho at
Trow were damaged' only on Minion
itreet to th. extent of 115,000. From
thii point the fin iweptto Stewart
itreet when R. N, Partridge and Prei-
ton & MoKinnon were damaged,  Er-
-
entually the fire reached Eutitnet
where the coal yird of Geo. Fritbh
was next fired. Fritch only recently
received a full itock of coil. He eiti-
mate, thit hii yard had about ido.OM
worth of coal on hind, though he il
unable to tell bis exict loss md hid
no imurance. The ■ hip Detroit, from
Seattle, it Howird itreet whirl, hid
herforetop gallant-sail, fore top-uil
and main sail burned but sustained no
other damage. The total lots is vara
ioully estimated at a million and a-half
dollan. The principal losers areas
follows: National iron works, $80,000|
Joseph Wagner & Co., $360,0001
Jsokion, Springer & Co., $70,000;
Day, Hubert"; Co., $25,000; Deakin,
$50O00i,.Blythe & T«w, M^BbM,
partly insured; Pare Bros., $4,000,
lntnrnnce $400; P. M.yer ft Co., (ttr),.
000; Geo. Fritob, $30,000; Preilen &
MoKinnon, $10,000; A. <F.: Kaon,
$15,000; Coluinbii foundry, $8,000,
Eureka foundry, $60,000; "«l.b. bitM
foundry,$7,500; Dutton & Co.,$4,000.
There are over one thousand m««a
thrown but of employment,
a fireman, ii milling.
Carcley,
TO-OAY« DBSPATCH8S.
VETSBLS WBUCKBD.      .
San'Fbancisco, Sept. lo!—The British bark Derby Park, from Point Dit-
covery for Melbourne, »»u wrecked on
Penhayn Iiland. The crew linrUd it
Tahiti, but the captain', wifi wu
drowned. '-'..■ '..:)
The ichr. Beuie Everdug wsnt
aihore it one o'clock thii morning in
thick fog ono mile below Cliff House.
The crew were uved. She wu loaded
with ties and wood.
.      ,    AMBBICaS TBICBS.      '.
San FbancihcOj Sept, 10.—A un-
rational itoryii juit beginning tb go
the roundi In connection with' the
Goldenien cue. It is said a writ (las
been inued requiring Sheriff MbOunn
to produce the condemned man in the
probate court on Wednesday morlring
lor th. purpoie of pasting upon hi.
unity, and that the sheriff rafaiei to
produce the murderer in court on ihe
ground that Goldenien it in hii cUltody
by virtue of in order from th. itutie-
rior court for the purpore of baring
hinged. ShjtHIWr&trn i. credited
with hruV)wgrtn.«pirri.n thi»ebv-tot*
Stone ii the only penon that could re-
leou Goldenien from hu preoapuwrit
and until he ii notified By the gov.rrior
to the contrary he proposes to cany
out the judgment of the court.' Goldenien ii unteneed to bo hinged on
Friday. It it.Uo reported thit Judge
Murphy, who tent-need Golilenien,
huabunted hicMelf from tb. city to
avoid th. service pi a ubpoena. :
LOR AND -QT/ND, .
San Francisco, Sept. 10.—Thoi. A.
Pope, a tendir to th. Antic whiting
fleet, previously reported to be let in
the ice with the leuon'i catch, arrived
in port ufely thu afternoon. The
reoton of her delay wu thit she encountered a levere storm and wu
obliged to liy to. She brought down
the citch of the loit whilen. Sh. re-
port, thltr'the"'Arclio'wil' unoaually
free from ice during th. Ipring and
proepeot, for a good lesion are the
very best.
——~——A-     '
Late Canadian News.
Buuviui, Sept. 6.—A young lady
vUiting hen hu buom. deranged
through attending servion it th. goi-
pel tent.
Montbiaz, Sept. 5.—General Manager Buchanan, of the Btnk of Montreal, hu returned to Montreal from
the Northweit, md report! 20,000,000
buiheU of gnin for export. H. visited th. Mormon settlement, which he
uyi ii vary prrsperous.
Montreal, Sept. 5.--It hu been
discovered thit S. O. Dupree, the
coahior of the Lyon'i bank it Ifjfoni,
Kantu, who it milling and who., cash
ii $10,130 ihort, itopped it a hotel
recently and then went west. Hii
brother, who u on hit track and believe! he il Inline, hu alio gun. wut
in punuit of the fugitive.
Sr, Justine, Que,, Sept, 6,--The
f armor! in thu vicinity are very dimon-
."Into aince the lut gale, which hai
earned • Ion thit will aggregate about
$110,000. The farmeti aro beginning
lo sell their cattle ind ate buying their
winter'! proviiiom. Th. crop, are
really not worth barrelling.
Kinqston, Sept. 6.—Mn. Pierre-
pent Morgan, of N.w York, while
boating near Gananoque, lost jewelry
valued at $15,000, A diver hu gone
to try to recover the valuable..
Toronto, Sopt. 7.—Minilten Tup.
per and Foster addressed a conservative gathering at Boavertuu yeiterdiy.
Ottawa, Sept 7.—In the grand aggregate of the Dominion rifle matchei.
Staff-Sergeant Mitchell of the 90th
headi the list with 305 points, while
Chamberlain of the 95th Inn 273 ind
Graburn of the Olat bat" 207. Lut
year the highett tcore aval 27H. Thii
will give a good chance tn either of th.
three ihoti who may do well to-day in
the governor-general', match to gits
place in tb. Wimbledon team.
A Urge audience anembled in the
city chambers yesterday fo witness Ih.
marriago of the Rev. Marc Ami' to
Mn. Graburn, widow of the mounted
policeman murdered by Indiant in th.
Northweit tome yut, *gn; Ami failed to .ppeir, having uiled for France.
The affair ciuied a great Muution. -.
Ottawa, Sept.8.—Th.re wu . ihort
meeting of the cabinet to-day when,
the president'! menage .nd it, probe-
ble remit! wen again informally dit-
ouned without my poiitlv. iction.
Sir John Micdonald uyi N. will not
recede from the poiition he hu taken
and ii in thit fully luitained by the
Britth government. He believe! that
out of the evil good will oom., u by
adopting a policy of retaliation toward
Canada, th. U. 8. will b. forcing
the Dominion to become terf-reHint
and dependent on. her own resort	
..iifiji oi^ tlio pisr ffipsjotar   ■■.■ k
gailB jpritwh Columbian
""afg
tt Bv*s1bs. Kyi
Salflbury, the." j
,1. i*. m
IaraJjSwbury, thif present 'Tor^
prime ntihister, re«4lnll* prertntid
hiiBbn.'theRev. Lord WllliatnGas-
ooignc Cecil, an unknown curate at
Yarmouth, td the valuable living of
Bishop's Hatfield with Totteridge,
In ■ Hertfordshire. This living is
worth £2,097 a year. The duties
oltEe Totteridge church have been
jsjrformed by a curate at tbe beggarly yearly ulary of £100, although
the tithei have amounted to £350.
The poor ourate of Totteridge resigned hii charge, being unable to
live on the small allowance. The
people of Totteridge petitioned Lord
Salisbury to make Totteridge a
separate benefice, and endow it with
a fair income, and retain their former curate; but he refused, and his
Own un gets the whole carcass,
whilst the poor curates who do the
work have to live with their distressed families on starvation
salaries. In this same town of Hatfield, where Lord Salisbury is the
chief landlord, the Methodists have
been compelled to meet for forty
yean in a public-house stable, for
which they paid 18 pence a week.
These things take place in enlightened England, and suoh are the
tub rota doings of some of her noblemen. Verily, we have need of the
millenium.
In a recent letter from George
Brooks, London, to nn American
paper, a deplorable picture, induced
by the rigors of landlordism, is shown
of the once charming farming district of East Lothian, where Scottish
agriculture had reached its utmost
perfection, and its tenant farmers
were the most splendid men of their
class to be found anywhere. These
men are now ruined. Some of the
most skilled of them who started
with £20,000 or £30,000 of capital
are now reduced to beggary. Says the
writer: "One whom 1 know farmed
1500 acres and paid £3 10s, per
ion rent. Hii landlord is a half
idiotic youth with an income of
£100,000 per annum, and spends
mott of his time in driving a four-
in-hand at Florence. A. J. Balfour,
oar present secretary of state, is an
Eut Lothian landlord, and one of
the wont of the clan. He is a
mercilen nok-renter.' "Yet Mr. Balfour is to .peak at the forthcoming
church congress on practical Christi-
.nity. Eut Lothian is now virtually a desolate and deserted country,
its iplendid agriculture gone to ruin.
Tb« fsrmen of Scotland have suffered greater hardships than the Irish
farmers, though th. world has beard
little of their oppreuion. The land
quettion will yet convulse the whole
of the United Kingdom."
We have received from the Dominion land office in this city a map
of New Westminster district, issued
by the department of the interior.
The map is neatly got up, being
lithographed by the Dominion lands
lithographic office, and is designed
to illustrate the Dominion lands
in the railway belt of 20 miles on
either side of the railway, in this
district. It will prove a convenience to prospective settlers on these
land, as the map is carried out on a
principle of considerable detail.
With all the detail, however, a
Stupid oversight has 'occurred ih
the . matter of the Westminster
branch, which does not appear on
the mip at all. Thii might be in-
exotuable and unaccountable, if one
could believe that it Was the result
ef design; but we are informed by
Mr. Higginson, of the Dominion
lands office in this city, that the
omission wai accidental, and was
earned by compiling the new map
from an older one iuued in this eity
before the existence of the branch
line, Mr. Higginson says that the
next map published will ihow the
Weitminiter branch nnd also, probably, the Westminster Southern.
This city has not been so highly
favored on maps, prospectuses, etc,,
•• some towns that we could
mention, but it is not a " paper "
town. It stands on its own bottom,
and il superior to the adventitious
■timulus so necessary to floating
some embryo cities.
In a leading article on Friday lust
we commended tbe action of the city
council in laying over certain mutton, brought before them at a
ipecial meeting on Thursday night
by the Westminster Southern Ri.il-
wsjr Oompany, until tho regular
weekly session to-night, for the reason that it would not have been
prudent to either acoept or reject
the proposals placed before them,
on iuoh ihort notice. We also republished certain clauses of the
the "workshops" by-law, the gist of
whioh will be seen to bo, when
•tripped of its legal verbiage, about
u followi: When the Westminster
Sosthern Railway Oompany (i.e.,
oar own cititem, who in this matter
set ai the trustees Of the city, and
Itand between tha city and1 the American contractor!, O. M. Sheafe k
Oo.) shall have entered into an
agreement with the oity council to
erect and maintain the workihopi
and the ferry, provided tor by oity
by-law., and shall also f orrifih a suf •
fltrleht bond ' for the fulfilment of
tJ|U^ agreement, the oity counoil
may, by resolution, Mttooriie the
mayor, and the mayor, thus authorized, may issue and hand over to the
Company—the city's trustees—tho
amount of tha bonus debentures; the
Oatnpany (fi will be ieen in tt*
ajpieomtat Between the,! ConipanK
and the Contractors—O. MJ Sheafe1
& Co.), on Behalf of the city, paying
over to the Contractors the bonus
money from time to time as the
work shall progress, as the same
shall be certified by the city's engineers. We stated on Friday in
good faith, without any intention to
injure the Company—and we believe a considerable number of our
readers agreed with us at the time—
"That tho company's proposal strikes
every one at the first blush as
irregular cannot be denied. It is
possible, however," we concluded,
"that it might, be put in some less ob-
jeotionablc "orm.and we shall be glad
to publish any explanation or ampli
fication whioh the railway company
may see fit to lay before the public."
It would appear that the practical
object of the proposals laid before
the council on Thursday last was to
have such action taken by the council as would make the bonuses available when required, 't is true the
money has been voted by the ratepayers, but a good deal requires to
be done and considerable time must
necessarily elapse, in the usual
course of business, before the debentures can be placed on the market
and realized from. It is the intention of the company and the contractors to push construction both
on the road and the works provided
for by by-laws, and the city is expected not to be behind-hand
with its port of the bargain.
Neither the company nor the contractors, however, need have any
misgiving! on this score. Our city
counoil—and particularly the mayor,
who has for years held that honorable position—have hud considerable
experience hi bonusing railways and
Other enterprises, and have an unexceptionable record in this respect.
If references are wanted, the C.P.R.
can testify to the strictly honorable
and business-like treatment received
at the hands of the city council in
the matter of the Westminster
branoh of the C. P. H. bonused by
this city a little over two years ago.
We understand that similar arrangements will be made with the Westminster Southern Railway Company
in the matter of the debentures as
wero made with the C.P.R. with respect to the Westminster branch.
The debentures will be issued with
due despatch and held in trust by
the mayor for the corporation. Tlie
mayor and counoil will alio' give a
bond to the railway company that
the amount of tho bonuses Shall he
forthcoming as the work progresses,
as the company aliall be entitled to
receive - the una.. .Thil arrangement is understood to be satisfactory
to all concerned. The matter will
probably be further laid over at the
council meeting to-night to give time
for perfecting details. Tlio contractors and the company are arranging
to push construction in all departments, and we are glad to state that
no delays of any sort will occur.
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"DEING 100 ACRES OF N. E. % OP SEC.
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strangers and others, respecting any proposed Investment In land, whether In
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AUCTION SALE
a —OF*1—**
Real Estate!
By order of tha Mi
1WILL SBLL BY PUBLIO AUOTIOM
at tbe twlnlal Hotel, New Westminster, the following parcels of land, vli:
Lot. a. 4, *, IU, 18, 16. MU,,k
divide*, of last T, BlMkS. Its
Wotmlntter City.
Th. n, b. yt or >.•■ ao, Towsibip a,
Alto, S. W. Y, nt ten, 80, Toaarathlp I,
M.w WutmlBlter Dl.trltt.
Lot 11, Blk 5 »., a. 1 Weit, fmutll
on Frntcr River, about a mile and.
half above Hiiluli's cannery 182'acres;
subject to a mortgage of l6W,dU6]n
December next,
Sale will take plaeo at I o'clock Mtviir
■vealai, ...lembrr 1(111.. IM.,
TERU3 CASH,
T. J. TRAPP,
Auctioneer.
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Christmas trade.
Tbe floods will bo marked at tho lowest
prices FOR CASH ONLY.        dwselml
Ml MAE,
Merchant Tailor.
WISHES TO INFORM THE PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
BngliRh, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy
Trouserings.
SOOULLAR'S OLD ITAND
Column gi,,  . Nsw Wirimhu.
dwrahstu
WANTED    *
3*tot:t,qe. ,
Wj Cjut of -hr fntiiftittr
,       HOUJBXATKBWWaillUSSIJUl	
mHB    SITTING    OF   THI
X   Coarfcbn. been DoartpoiSd...
nesday, September Hh, until WM.
Ort. 3rS. of which, all plalBtllfi,	
ant., wltnesBe. and Jurors will take Bo-
tic. nnd govern themielvcs accordingly.
W.H. FALDINO,
Registrar.
Dated August mil, l»m .      dauJTtUell)
CHAS. E. TISDflLL,
CUN DEALER,
CORtX)VA.ST„    (Oct. C^X'toM*)
Vancouver, B. C.
HAVING LEARNT GUN MAKINQ
with • leading Engluh maker lam
prepared to do 111 kinds ot Repairing It
moderate prices.
•arspeolal attention to re-Soeklng and
re-brownlng.      	
aPLINDID STOCK OFlNOUSHXHiae.
.:   dl(*ll»S ' «''
Beal Estate Brokers and
Firmnelal Atentr.
iSGENTSi.FOR .'■'' :- ,,       \
Coi.redir.ttbn Life' A.soeLtlM. of
Toronto.
Hoyal and la.nca.hl,. Ptr. tsanr* ,
.see Companies.
»a.Valliable Ixits for sale In the CI
ana District of Westminster; and choice
Lola In the City of Vancouver.	
Persons wishing to buy or Bell cltyor
rural property should comnaunlciue wlth-
inV     i .«
Ofllceai Bank of B.C. bollillng, opposite.,
poeloffloe, Westmlninn,nd HastlniBSt.
Vancottver, ■ 'G -■'      "dwapletc
JUST
Per C. P., R.; ,
tHS'LARGEST AND BEST AfJsOEt
KD STOCK OP     -
English, French, Sotch,
and Irish
iSuftifl
\)  Ever Shown In N.w Westminster.'
Westof England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.  ,
J. S. MANSON,
I Ctfls»»la8t.,upp. HcKentafil.,
SEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
'    -   '       daplHto
C. E. WOODS
UID Siiivnoi.
A. G. GIIIBIE,
Mriir mut,
u/wtrttravEYoas,
Seal SiUte, hniruee, Fiiiuoi&I A^aii
AND CONVEYANUEB8,,
AiUIB MB
aanil*S.-l'ho-Wesl»Bi of Tnf.nto.Th. *t-
no, The City of London, and The Hartford.
UFE.—The New York Life Insurance Co.
AOOIDBHT-TheTravelleBViofHMtford
Lass Snrv.ylna In all It. branehea accurately and promptly carried out
city and BBlsirl.aslstBsa.SNr Sato.
Wo can show . oompieU) rjst of dellrabll
localities. /    j
V.rmlraa; Lands, ImproVcd and unlm-
provej, throughout the district.
Mining aud other .took bought nnd
told.
Money to Loan on flnt mortgage at
low rates.  (
TBT.ir.lIOXSCAU.NO.J3.
P. O.DBAWSRW.
WOODS, ICENKB X B1MBLK,
OFFItl, tlUH'l llMI,   •   Coluuii* trtin
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmhlilo
FOE SALE.
House $t Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of the Flnett Locitlonttn the City.
APARM
OF THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES.
Houte, Barn) 40 acre! fenced lad under
cultivation. ,
O-O, *sVtai.OOO.
$1000Cash; Balance on long time.
OF TWO HUNDRED ArfD FORTY
ACRES. s.
100 acres good Prllrloj  Baknoe nulla;
clewed,   Good Bira and other Im-
■■.'iitttttttettt. :"•■
Ha-M-M'410*,
-srtdowniBaisaMontlBnT.
Alio—• BumUr of_Wl
Hotbcs,
call on or address
ffHUfRtflH-fFfffH
..'■'.    taBLLIaTHACtt
WANTED.
IITUATTON WITH A LUMBER FIRM
1  by a practical, e.pBrlenced and cana-
_je young man.   Particulars and asfer-
encesbymall. AMrasy.„__   |
BR. 9 SMYTH    vri
daullml   St. Fulg'no*Saguenay,'pi:«.
House for Sale I'
RS. EMMA GOLD OFFERS HER
jjx heiallfBl tetldeBM, situated on
Royal Avenue, opposite Capt. Irvlng's-
the "Nob Hill" ot Westmlnster-on rea»
sonable terms.—Apply direct to
MBS. EMMA GOLD.
A BARGAIN.
jiOIt BALE-H
situated on i
•m Brawnsvll
_ jttom: balane.
of small, house
trovenMnta, sul
c.  Pnrther pal
at thlqofflce.
W.O. LOYE,
FawssWoUa Scot ui Hut Hilar
• asssssjss^sss^sj ■     WW- - Wtttm-- - -twtttmty- . -sjbbs||
Bepalrlnc Nemll;
WStS&LW*™
i.Basf*OrtB*w protttptjy AtMMTHl to, "**** -*
Clarkson St.. lnrearo-a._
tel, nest to Rand Bros.* Offlce.
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Weatmlnsttr, B. C. I
aar Satisfaction guaranteed.      dapisto .
DRESS MAKtNQ
At MIS8 mesXM*i
(L*»B 01 ESSiaUW)
Corner, of Church and Columbia Street!,
. ,    1UB.W WESTMINSTER,
aarsatlsfactlon guaranteed.    dwte7to'
lOSR^GlLLOTTS
-C0lil>'MfPAL-PARIS.I37S-
Aobkts! T.N. HltBEN* CO., Victoria.
'f***1
i!|
LifB AssurancD Oo
•MXim ISSURBD1N THE ABOVE
"ottKaDy, whose Premiums aropay-
wrh points, can have tha place
. it.thereof alianged to this oity,
free of charge, hy applying to tluiunder-
signcd.
•arKlsks taken lu this lradliig i'nua-
dlaii Company at most favorable rates.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Brick Manufactories,
BUILDERS. AND
BRICK-YARDS: Port Haney.
OFFICES: Corner Colnnibia and Mary
Ms-, NawWeMMlsister.     dwmhiotc
±TOT3rc^EI-
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll we have applied to the Minister of
fnalntarior.lor a license to cut Umber on
the following lands la the Dlstrlot of New
Westminster, namely:
I Alt that piece or parcel of land lying
Immediately south of Lot number Four
bnndred anil forly-ieven, (.roup Two. ns
siiewn on the plan of Township number
Throe, Range 211 West, of the sixth Meridian Dlstrlot of New Westminster, described as follows:—Commencing at the south-
east corner of said Lot 417; thence south
40 chains, thenoe west to Ct*eam lake,
tbentw-'fotlowhtg -tiho-easti ahore of aaid
lake nnd the outlet thereof to the west
boundary of Lot 447; thence south to the
southwest corner of said Lot 447, tlieuce
east to place of commeneemeiit—Doml-
nioh**«iivfyi.
DaUAthls Iftb day of August, A.D. 1888.
KNIGHT BROS.
By their Agents,
daulOml Cohhould A McColl.
IVwtl. JtvUlsh and
r     JHM*caafttle
FIBE:
INSURANCE
OOMPANTk*.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Attthorlicd Capital, • £8,C-00,000
Snbtcrlbed •< . 2,500,000
rail ap, •     625,000
Hrer-rtf a swervei, as
-   it31itH«*„1887,       •- , 1,188,111
leTe-sw fire B-anek,     l,M»,8U
|y Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing busk
ness in British Columbia.
J.8.JAQUES,
District.
it for New Westminster City and
iIjclKto
MfflBltSpa£StB.:G.
KULTH 1X0 PUU8IISI SM0BT.
STEAM, SJHLSEPW BOATS OK HAMD
^ml^^n^^UitT^
LASIIB DEPARTMENT SBPABATE.
; Tt.mii.l.io t.M.OO ftiiy,
nOnly9mlleijrom isml
R.  Reduced R. R..nS7*t
lUSldMU.C.P,
,   ._. JOB
gaaiii Station aai
CITIZENS
I hive 2 WIRE MAn'IUSSES..which
will bo sold cheap lor    ;. \.)
tsTLadlei—Don't buy your BABY
BUGGIES till my order thrive*, in • short
time. • 3,
P. PEEBJLES,
dauSto
COLtTHBIA ST.
application to the Horiourabls the ~i.r	
ter of the InUrlor of Canada for a lease,
for timbering purposes, on the following
dewlhnl tracts of land situated lo the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vlz:-Commeuc|Hg at a
post marked J. G. R. and J. Htfu 13U
chains, about northwnt from theoatlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill CompaUiy's appjlcatlpu; thence
went 240 chali^ftwro or li-, to •Ai^t
marked J. G. R. and J. MoL., S.W.; thaace
north 80 chains to a peat marked J. G. R,
and J. McL., N. E.; thence west 240 chains,
more or less, to a ppst.marked J.-G% It.
and J. McL., N. W.; tnence i-oiifh loo
chains, mrro or less, to a post marked J.
G. K. und J. McL., H. E.; thence cast-10
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. H. and J. MoL., 8. E.j thenoa tMrnth 80
chains, more or lesB, to. apo^tmHrlud j,
G. R. and J. McL.,' S. W.ftfience eE|40
chains, more or less, to a post mnricM j.
G. H. aud J. MOD., S; E., thence south 244
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. MoL., 8. W.[ tbene* eaat 400
chains, more or less, to a post marked J,
G. R, and J. McL., B. jS.; thence north 80
chains, more or leu. to a post marked J,
G. R. and J. MoL*,, N. W,;. thenpo eaat 40
chains, more or less, to d {Mst marled J.
G. tt. and J. McL., 8. E.; thence north 120
chains, more or was, to a post marked J.
G. It. and J. MoL, near Brunette Sawmill
Co.'s application: thence along'aaid application to the place of commencement.
Also section 81, the westiialf of Section
85, and the east, half of Section 21, all In
Township Twelve (IS), District, of New
Westminster, Province of British Columbia. '» IX -Jl ti IJJ1 ri
JAMES G. ROSS, '
Now West., B. C.ailh Aug., IBS*.  dau81m
' 1888. ;,;
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It may he found on, Ihe News Standi In
every large cl|V.     ,,.;.  ,
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WEEKLY6RAPHIG
;. 1. karaira PMlrf*to.,a W
I ...... mm»t. .. Is. .. Am
Th.r.1
VnlUS .  	
«-«*<. in S.I r.Mlv«S .Mh.vtart.
by .ssaerlker..    . -■-.,■■,
II embraoei th, best leaturm of Ma.
DAILV OBA-KIO,  PICMH.1' Ud' lH«4r>7
for the prwedlng alxalv*. illlilsi lb* lui'i
•it 'rst-clu. inu.lnu.il WeUly Hmonm.
jBHld for half tbeprlMof IU rl..l.,ooa-.
lain, ibe lateil near, and mirketrFpoaS.,
.nd la acquiring a phenomenal oltoula-
tlon. it, . ,,e.
i^r^mnimmi
Trem tlm,'to time w. lu
Edition! mounting the Ind
tmiln.uoppertunlire.fl, Milei
loeslltle. Ihro-ghout rWeouS
. AgepUw«nf*d te'ar-^- -
lions In every part-ol I
a large commlulon i
for timpl. copy.
arahtfi "'**'*'"' 8*l>**''y^nrfm ai-l
nn mnmtt**m*ymmj-
ifAlPffifSSflttl"** hen letter.
'I cm see her," he fondly whispered,
Aa he eat by the far camp tiro,
And read and read her letter   ,
With heart that could nevor tire.
"I can aee her true eyea shining.
. Aa the leans on hor little hand.
And nazes and draa.ttBsafiontJB.aT/
Hore lu tali dlstStMid.'' W*T";
Tlw bimlo ring out at midnight,'
Tlio fight waa lost ere morn..
TIo fell, aa-lth.his old battalion.
f*affir'uffold7""    l,
dlBlsflulellyweopIiig
ess bar dream i.foH.
. ~ -OaisoU'Bllsiails..
«.}    ...IBiniUlfl   i'.     I''.""   ,
lORsits with bogus tails:
Hosing Candsl Appendage, from th.
aWlgmrtof. sttsMlihaseBt. -
A ityllib. bkrooche drawn by two prancing horses drove out Walnut street recently. A well-known wlgruaker was
•finding at Broad aad Walnut streets
talking to a Times reporter.
"Do 70a see that team!" laid the wig-
maker. "Well, do you aee what beautt-
f«f .flowing tails they'vsgot'   They're
u mi) *Baaker lassked alondasa
"I made those talis. I make tails for a
good many stylish borses. Yon know
thata bone without a handsome tail Isn't
handsome .tall. He may have a beautiful
mans and Bold bis hoa'AV.liIgh and/stamp
and prajujeVsftd bit. hit bit, showing all
tbotr.lC.oTa full-blooded nulmal, but If
he hasn't got a long, flowing tail all the
c^fa)k^^4^,eimMot.-
'"There are a great many stylish itep-
pers driven*In the nl,k'!Vi«7dW that
have falsa tails that sweep tho ground.
The horses get used to the f also tails Juit
is a mm becomeB accustomed to wearing
*£». fai|teiittoi<^*«rtcr^oBtb:tii.
hone's own.tatl so nicely that you can't
detect th. deception.' "The talis dotft
have to ba removed at night whip the
hone Is put in his stall. The bogus tails
ean be trashed and brushed nml combed
6n th. horn. }nit at well as off hlm.
"The bogus tails colt troin 810 to 115. I
generally mak, a pall: for $S5. They will
lut a. long as the horae. I buy dead
horses' till! and manes just as I buy
human hair, Tb. practice of docking
horses'tails Is shocking."    '•>'■
H.re tb. little wlgmaker laughed violently st his Joke, and then continued:
"Th. practice is dying out; but a tail
will am* gifow In like it waibefore H
wai wit, abort, foi way to oultlviten
howlVTAaiM.tecilp!ltBboatanlaV!hoaiie
a mtatiV'-Phlladolphla TImei.
'Ill OeeaJ,aphy;.f asp*. astf^ostlSrtleB.
Detcrtbnd ui a Stiltt) ipw ife Thu.
COBiitry,'-
Pr. Liidwlg v«i DpleKo fa the so. of an
Icelandic stadia-holder; a gcntlcniiin of
reflllomcnt, v.-lio was educated in Sweden,
and has traveled extensively, and has
como to thin country to practice his profession of olcctrologist.
Tho Doctor sneaks English fluently,
having remained in the country twenty-
tliree montlis avium ho first came here In
l8i4as"Ciihiiiilssloiicrto select the land!
In Dakota und j lining British Columbia
territory, upon which 11 colony of six thousand Icelanders settled lutcr. Ho says!
that four Ihousarr* mis, uri,ostlst very
won.
. Dr, von D.lck,.rec»»tl- retroaed to
Ahicrlcii from Denmark.
' -;"A po|iu!.ir ignomiioe of Iceland prevail.," thuilocto* mloV "owing,Phhlnk,';
largely to tlio misleading name of Ice-'
land. Tho island, cf about 42,CC0 square
miles, Is green r.nd Grille lu the southern,
portion from Kay until -October, wlujh
deer!and slictvi rrfnil ntlatge, Iu winter
the imow h fibuiidiiiic.-
"Tlio recent l-illlennluni celebration nil
attracted travelers to Iceland lately: A
good lino of iteauiers call from Copenhagen fortnightly. The country is nndor
tbo protection of Denmark, and thero tbo
conneoli.m tlaui. sa   ■ a    ;     '
."Tlieror.te nine provlncei,eaa>b of which
elect twelve of tho oldest and.arllest of
Its tno^ab.:«rform. dacjlea lorstwhat.
analogous tO'S'tjittte le;;Iilaturo lieny
Thero is also a national gathering slmllat
to the House of Representative! and n
body like the Senate, which meets ouco a
ycif. aVta.thiu-3 la Ultt. *s,ierning,and
Bo Ww inr.klug to do;'   ■'-'-■',
"Each'mri govern! Ifrrrr-elf nponitho
bro-.dest principle! ot personal liberty in
rverj-t|itag.",    ■> .■>-.', u-r .-.-<"
Tlio Ice-hinders srCdfteehried f rbrn the
,..,       ^N EXILED QUEEN,
" l. ***arJ-*'—;—
T3ttf4,hs*mtt UIo of Jlnrle, ol Kaplsj.
U.rl., th. exiled queen ef Naples, llvei
thi year round in Paris, in hired apartment! on a third-floor, for which ihe payi
11,200 a year rent. Tbe house is retired'
and unfashionable, and th. a-ooms aro
fu,niih*d with, almost maagre ilm,-
''t'liiity.,   -v-   ■.._   '..     '.' ,'_',. "
Thii reclnie-llkc life Is followed by the
Queen*, own deilre, to wliloh her hus-
liimd readily accede.. She feels thit ah.
I, an outcast from her former estate, and
therefor, is determined to live like an
.outcast..     ..._	
"If," the once remarked, "I remain at
th«'*M*to«i of th. ladder, 1. shall at least
h.veno«isr«<faUlBflurtlier. Itlober-
hh no hopes 1 .hallsofter no dltsppolnt-
menu; If I ut my heart, on nothing I
ih.U not be bereaved.
"I went to Naples a queen, and. In a
jn* I left -It aa Mile.; My rooms in the
pt lac. there was. KireeW put In order
for mowb-a r-naidti»eti butb- th. revolution. Then w. Went to Rome. My
huiband owned s palace there, .aad we
inada it onr home. What then! In a
few year. Victor Emmanuel drove us out
of It. VT. fled to England and thin to
France.
" W. win about to make a permanent
home and devote ourselves to etch other
md to out only child, when that child'
dirt, - Bu Hot mtifortune preued ns
cruelly f
"Dcmbtlrsi, If we wir. to purchase a
housl snd sisk to mak. a permanent
bora, tl Would be. take.-from tu. It w.
wss,»iUwMeB>liwewoiildl*«ithni.
No, w. ir. exllei and wanderers, and
inch w. muit remain." —
HINT FOR THE GAY AND FE8TIVE.
Zets«Mi«Mim.^Ois« or Barf Horn.
'twill glv.WOO to the miu who will
Niton my not. to iti natural color," uid
a will-dnued man la a down-town
.salobi on Mars.*. Then, si It togtvs
tett to hii remark, heguliied down0big
drink st whitkty, and, rmttlng thoglaa,
down oh tb. bar, hi took a long and wlit-
ful look Into the dim prospective of his
lit. win Ut nual org in wis of thi Ung.
It ihould be now.
"Itlss'ts«owhowlts-.rg.t mk4,»
he continued, liter ordering "a little of
'lfie«rfii." "•'-"    "-
AUIlrr-mrst to* Ivuteader wlnkid
■lylmta.roBn'iosapaalou .ndg.v.s
ilgnaant llsna, at th. empty glaason
A phyilclan, who makes hll head-
quarter! in a Chestnut street drugstore,
was Hiked if then was any way In whioh
tman could be cured of his pad note, and
fiasswsr wa. .a unpbstiQ "no."
* "Itliabaftblag to havo arednoie,"
he sHld,"bec.u«« molt people think that It
wss brought about by whiskey drinking;
r.nil while thii belief Is Justified in a ma.
to if* ot Instances, It Is not alwayi th.
.rawsP     ,....; , ' ■
"Ou. of Philadelphia's molt prominent
Weft Ims a note as red as a rootter'sbolnb,
and I .know that h. never drank a drop of
illffworlbblsllf*. H. vrtll citry It with
fhillt:tOi|li.,graaM.
"fllissi, U aaUn frequently and In
lli.tscirntnttttis.wlll delay rcddenlpsof
tlienos«,aattUiaiaatoaeoii*rtaedto-
perth.whlikiy.nd tho cheese will hav.
»tniil»,sBd.th« whiskey will ultlmiWy
.aa*Huua. and frewothe nose for him In
tin uo.t .aspim-4 rtrt«,"-PhlladelpBla
fitHt.1   '■   .       .       .;-.. .
.   *k. Bait Klado, crop,
Hehadoooulontodrlve from theita-
tten tshli deitinatlon with a typical
"CIps-OoaMir," on. of thou km but
Mt u iM-vilUlsat-luQkfnaa; icni of thi na-
«ont. ... ,
The BoatonUl hid noticed is they rot*
.long, th. bleak country, with lu uuin-
"at'lng dald. and aondy strips of land, and
*■   id to bla companion:
ttfhav, yon live In this forlorn
tmtktt.i  WhWdoyoil rain
. 1 hanian-wayf'f   ;> •    ■ ■
<-."*?*"■!" ?»• "" 4"*w)lngjniswsr, "w»
tlist MknikooN. *M ran* an.">rssi
HAPPY   IOELAND,
Is a common expression, oftan heard
from thole who have reilteod, by per-
moal use, the curative powersof Ayer'i
CherryP«toral. *.Icannotaiyenough
in pralie ot Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral, bo-
lleving as I do that, bnt lor its use, I
Ihould long since havo died Irom lung
troaMs-rE. Bragdbn, P*«lln«, Tex.
Aboutilxmonthiagolaaaasevero
Hemorrhage ot the Lungs, brought on
by a distressing Cough, which deprived
me of sleep and rest. ,1 had used varioui cough ibalaama and .expectorant!,
without obtaining relief. A friend ad-
vlaedSHtotry ,.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did io, ud am happy to lay that it
helped me at once. By continued me
this medicine cured my cough, and, I
—1 lattsfled, laved my life.—Mn, B.
ibura, 18 Saoond it., Lowell, Moss.
I hive hied Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral
for over a year, avid ilncerely believe I
ihould have beon in my grave, had it
not been for thii medicine. It has cured
me of a dangerous affection of the lungs,
for which I bad almost despaired of ever
finding a remedy.—D, A. McMullen,
Windsor, Province of Ontario.
Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral saved-my life.
Two yean ago I took a very severe Cold
which lettlea on my lungs. I consulted
phyllciani, and took the remedies thoy
prescribed, but failed to obtain relief
until I began using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Two bottles of this medicine
eompletelyreatorod my health.—Lizzie
,ALAUin,*We»tI»ncMtor,Ohio.     tt
> Ayir's Cherry Pectoral,
Pnmarad by Dr. 3.(1'. Aynr h Co., Lowell. U&m.
SeldbyaUDmgaliU.  Price *1, 1,11 l.Mlltt, ,i.
old NorpaVikfn«s, the free-born fnmllles
truci:-..'r their lineage to Harold and alt.
mon, who, 1 heir rich, Norse mythology
says, landed-lli C13.   Your history maltl.
it in tho eighth century.
" "Tho land li owned by 4:«jiv, .U those
wbo work the estates 'arc ''Mr!*, who pay
-rental.//- '   ''
"Traveling Is by pony or deer, and In
the'niountaltis of portbern Iceland man'a
foot |ias never trod. The Icelandic pony
will tako you as far as It Is safe for you to
go. ,.,.' .
"The city ot Rodjavik has about 13,000
peoiile, the greater portion of tho people
livin.,'u;ion the estaieai Thar.istplondid
hunlinit nnd lulling, the wild game, similar to tlio northern part of this country,
being nearly all white. Polar bean Unit
como dowu with tbo Iceberg! furnish
popular bunting,
"The Icelander Is very proud of hlspure
Kaa counigcoul Norman blood. You
know that thu French, E.igllM, and German aristocracy, if pcaible, will olalm
.yen a trace of Norman * blood, and then
il a people that havo nothing else.
"I never heard of bu.' two casessf tblev.
Ing. One: was: in. (iclaAaer who had
brokenJiianrin slid.w^stf'aurally In tho
wluter wero suffering for food. He stole
leveral sheep .and wat finally detected.
He-WBont once pnt under-nitdfiml Care
foe his injury, provisions were furnished
bis family and he wai lu time given
work.  That was his punishment.     ... ■
"The other case was a Cerman who
Itolo seventeen sheep. -Ho wks In comfortable circumstr.nces and thetheftwai m:i-
Uclous. His punis'lment ivaa to Bcll-r.lt
his property,' icstoro tbo 'value of 4,1a-
thefts and leavo 4iie coun(ryor be esj-.
cuted.   Ho left nt once,"
Disputes r.nd trades an lettM-by arbitration, tlio Sector tays, and thaja^cclslon
mint bo accepted by^ait concealed] Public disgrace attache, to r.ny s(ig4t mil-
deed und no ono can live there and undergo the consequent mortification. -
"Besides agriculture, which produces
barley, rye and vegetables, the great in-,
dnstry is sheep railing. Tbe exports nre
largely eiderdown, picked from wild
birds, lava from tho volcano, Mt. Hccla,
which is pumio. itone, and sulphur,
which Is found in similar and mch varied
states a, salt.	
"Vlneland li tho name of America med
by all tbo people except tbe few who wen
educated ahroid," continued tho doctor',,
"It is tbo old None name.
"No people In tho world an esteemed
to highlyna Americans, and thlilawhyi
"The Icelanders know that their blood
is purer than any of the European nations, where overy man ia generally a
lord or 11 peasant, as he l! born. But in
America .very.boy and girl Is born a
prln'co or princess. Thi Icelander loWi
his own personal freedom and princely
birth. lie thinks that tbe man who bus
won both bv tho possession ot political
condition, for whisk he fought is bit
iqlial."   ;'   ' •    '-. '   -    i-a,'
■■■ MANufAKrrtJwivui Iblancholy.
Strange Rows Why a Sturdy Fellow
Tlionglit Ulmanlf Inat DKllulng War.
I met at lunch yesterday n young fellow of my acquaintance who told me with
a Inftnbrloui look tbat-ie was not- ao
itrong tb-n is ho bad been tbe duy before, that he should be weaker .till .11 tho
following day, and » on to th. close of
his Hie
1 wits muoh shocked aUhls psbifnl announcement, inpposlng, of course, that
he win suffering from tome iiiwriiHe organic illscaicnniiliat bis dattorlnu! lust
?;onouuced ceiiUittao of death iil'im l.im.
bo ciuooeemcd to be a particularly hard .
one, inasmuch as the fellow was npimr-
entlyln the very flush ot health, nml I
bad long known him as s vigorous
athlete.
I was oistiog sbont In ay mind tor
■iiinclblng npproprl.t* to say on the occasion, when lie rcllovctTniy feaf! bystot.,'.;
Ing the oxiot cauu! of tho trouble.
"You see;" bo said, "yestorday wni.roj;;
thirty-flfth birthday, and after 83-nll the
authorities agree a mnn'a bodily strength -
bcglna to decline. So, you umlerstuttd,*
am oh the down track, bound to get
wciker overy day until'I iluk into tho
grave. Isn't that enough lo make a fellow bloc >"-Boiton)Pbit. ,
' ' *        '   '■''    A
£ Bntlnell Principled
A.manwent into a provision itonla
Boston th. proprietor of which woitirlK
man. .
"How much doyou rnk torfror tnu-
oogeif" he inquired.
"Dwenty cents." ,'' '
"lean buy thorn (or a ibllllfig of Mr.:
"Y*70Hi1ld)i't,do«f'(;    ,.
- "Ho wa. .11 but of thorn,""
"Oh, veil, I sells mine sansaces for a
shilling, doo, ven I viu oiiilt."—shoe aud
Leather Reporter.
The Pat. of rjnpotted lotteri.      I
No man over carried, a lettir around In
Ids pocket a fortnight and failed to tear
It up and writ, tt over agalu.-Botton
!^_L '.   ' '   ■ ■   .  .    ,.
A l'lald lilttsn.
AIIUI. girl belonging..to sa-sai
.ji'iiiay bsju
^dmrlttks
.st end
wivHtV'
aiossa-
sm 1
Gobi
N"OTIOa
WHEREAS HY WIFE, MARGARET
GIBSON, has leftmy bed and board
without any provocation whatever, this Is
to notify nil persons not to trust heron
BUT account, as 1 will hot pay any debts
Mich the may contract,
JAMES GIBSON.
Ohllllwhack, August 4,1888.    dwnu7m3
JAMES WISE'S
^Otb StiAND,
Opp. Hie 0. Pi N. Co.'8 Wfcarf,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods *
OLOTH31TO,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries, Crockery, Cord-
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Bay, Gralw, Feed, &c
FARM PKObutiE;
BOCdH^OR' SOLD 'oN': CdMMISSION.
ifJk.TtmXXim -at-arrs-a, -
FBONT 8TBBBT,    .-     NBV/ WE8TBIK8TBB.
';       ,;■- ;.^/'flmyahfilj   :-''.,;''
CHINA  & JAPAN
■*   ff:
mt)!
w
E HAVE JUOT RECEIVED a large
consignment of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
-.■broldered. Bilk floodi,
Shawli, Serecni, led Qallts.,
Brailng (Jowni, 15tc.,Ktc.
• —ALSO—
Forulals, oilsumi, Clolisnne,
■ponic, Ivor*, sandalwood and
Cirlfs of Every Description.
IMM-Tfl IY miff «TUMM DIKCT ROM
emiu AND JAPAN.
Hoplngthit you will honor us with your
vialt, we remain very respeotftillyyotirs,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, NlW WlttMIMTII, B. 0.
Pott Office Box No. 7. ddelyl
ASSOCIATION,
Full.Gov'm't Deposit
^EA.D.OFPICE, TOROMTO, CANADA
; a,hom£co_mpany. ■
This, Association merits the
confidence the. Public is' reposing in it from the following
FA<$TSs-
TheBaonruy offend to policy holders is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of Insurance, but the
Well-established lines, heuoe the policy
holders cannot fce misled as to thefr eon*
iMds to the public oho be read-
-JM, (la eash stotemewt show-
'.-ItSfi 0/ .iwome Md bow oxpen-
lsascertained annually from
^ . luatlon In .which every Horn
y IS Included.
mi lias been unexampled in
67 Insurance In Canadn.
if
del
IU
ofllai
ttJpolltlei.» iudiiputaiijii liter three
year., and nbn-fornltoble after two years'
- '--'—ie.
.fill ir. dlltrlbuteil ninm an eqnlt-
existence.
"TwinS-l-,.	
able basis.   The proflta to ono claaa nf
" ty hold... are not lessoned lo give
ir profits to any oth.r olass, .whioh
 1 .uperlor advantages over
lis plan of dlatllfmUon.
pulley
UBtt.lCrs'Hl.ai at I. Wtl*>.M«B«
Travel.
Ji K. HacDONALD,
Managing IHreMor.
T<h PEARSON
, M. .. Astat, .MM w*Jtmln.t«
ivrasio.
MKS FREESE, late of Soat'tlc, Vfi T.,
Ih now prepareil Ut give instvucHoim
on the Piano. Will go to the homes of the
pupils If desired. Residence—WJt, JVwla,
Agnes street. dJIylJOlc
S1GHT7.BUNDNESS
USE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended by Lending  Oculists In
'   America.
33. LTAIi <Ss CO.,
dmyliOto Agents, NewWestmlnHtcr.
Win. A. Dashwood-JonGs
FRESH CAUFOIHIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
d]e21to
THE WHITE IS KING
TJAKTIES DE.SIKOU8 OK PUUCHA8-
JL Ing should not fall to yive these celebrated Machines a trial.
C. J. ROHKON,
Agent for the. Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated White
Bronze Monument Co.      ■   dJelStc
.XyKVESKM'IfllS'f
ifi   ViBUKIA, D«.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Best Mailers ill the World..
THE WOttLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
and 1'IANOS of  Ha..... A Hamlin
have arrived,. Thetfrent KTKCK PIANO,
with patent sustaining perlnl. The matchless DECKER A SONS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS nml
OHOANS. Have also In stock HONISCH
snd CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs sold on moutlily payments. Pianos forrentatul rent upplleil If purchased.
Call at"
H. Peters' Music Store,
dwjettito Viotobia, B, C.
•MANY MAN—
Who IS Weaki Harvons, DabUltated,
who in his Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away fats Vigor of Body, Mind
and Manhoodtcnuslng exhausting drains
upon the Faws.ts.lns of Life, Headache. Backache. Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Baihfnlnesa in
Society, Pimples upon the Faee and
aU the Streets leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or Insanity • will And In
ourHpccllle Na 'il a Poult vrfure. It
Impartx TontNful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old ami young, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
nerves* builds up the muHenlar system
andarotisoB into action the whole physical energy of tho human frame, with
our Speclflo No, 33 the  most onsllnate
case can be cured In three months, and
recent ones tn Ions than no days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price 12. Cures guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 2-1 Is an infallible Cure for all Private Dlieases, no mutter of how long
atandlng. Sold under onr written. Guar*
antee to effect a Cnre. Price $0. Toronto Medicine Co,, Toronto, Ont.
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a dlseaso so long
ImflitiKiSfientio and tho iiiont skilled
physicians, who know of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, mil hlng to
euro. Now u Is no lotiKcr an Incurable malady even when given nn hy
phyKielaiiH, henlili i-un yet in* found In
OUR REMEDY; It heals ami soothes
tho membrane of the I.tiugo, Inllumcd
and poisoned by the ravages of this
foil dlHt'iiHo, and prevent-- tlie night
swoatNiitul tightness norofis iho ohesl
which accompany it.  Price &>.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
OCR SlROAST PKErARATIUNS.
Remember wc manufacture and aro the
sola proprietor nf the following specialties, and that Iheyoan bo had from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Correspondence strictly confidential. Consultation upon nil chronic
disease InviiH. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All noods KOUi secure from
obsorvntlon, Tomnlo Mcdiclno Co,, Toronto, Out
HAIR COLORING,
Otlr mngnlflt'i'iit preparations are warranted perfectly hnrmloBH. Wo propare
the following colors—the finer shades
arise from the hulr itself: KUt-k, Dark
Brown, Medium Itrown, Chestnut, Mght
Ohestnut. Qold nionde, Ash or nioudc
GenJrce. "i-nd sample of hair when on
deling. Prh«\ ti per bottle. TorontoMe-
dtelno Co., Toronto, Out,
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering plcnso speolfy which von
require; wc uuiuanicc (hem to «lve entire
satisfaction. No. S Imparts to the skin
the color ami frofllinens of in A Id en hood,
harmless and cannot be delected, $1.25,
No. e removes wrinkles, tl No. 10 removes Liver Spins, 51,25. No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, 51.23. No. ]2 removes
Freckles, 81,23. No, 1(1 removes Pimples,
$1.25. No, H romoves Tan, 51.23. No. 1ft
removes Moles,52. Ntvlfl renidves Pock-
marks, 52. No. IT removes undue IVvspl-
ration, $1,25, No, IS, hii absolute unfailing
sppcfflc for the retoullon, development or
restoration of the Hair, 5l.2."». Toronto
Medicine Co.,Tnroulo,Out.
THE BUST.
No. 10 Is a cmblned internal and external treatment which speedily dnvelops
§rrestorcn iho feniulu Mist to the propor*
6ns of voluptuous nntute,   Is entirely
armless nnd certain in results.  Price $1
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwapl8yi
■ ■.!,.-EJ.UUlk. '-'
Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WBSTMINSTKB,
Next to Trinity Church.
Long Experience In th* business,
 dSOJlyflm ;	
Dominion Lands.
JV YOU ARE PAVING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
razing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In SOJELX1P and save a
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained in large orsmall
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BAHinBa,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB.FBOM
IHE BANK OF BKIIUH COIiUMBJi,
NEW WESTMINBTEa
davmbete
To Su'Fkainm, GiL,
BY WAY OF THB'
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Tine thou any other
Route between
Mittitw ud Su Fmeisn.
Onnd Scenic Route of the faclBe
Cout.
PULLMAN   BuTfET SLEEPERS
TOCEIST SLEEPING1 OARS
For Aooorhmodatton of Scnond-Cltiss Pas-
oougets, attached lo Expros, Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Ran Frauclsoo:  Unlimited, $,5| First
Clan (Limited), t)Mi Second Olass (Limited), $1».
K. KOEH1.ER, Manager.
'      E. P. HOOERS,
- Aaat. Clen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
dleiltn
W.RAISTIK.
DEALER IN
il hMml
• '    i. ii ,-aedlo hfyun*  -,;
NRW WlSfllXSTKR. B. C.
Hay and Feed
MJk.Xt.XtZXl'X'.
VVdOp"i GC>AL
(THE BEBT QUALITY).
DryGood», Boots & tSlwes.
l-tovisions & Groceries.
FARMERS* "^HARDWARE,
■■••■aa-sa.™-©,. «•**-?*.
* ••-• •-ii> \-iii»'*r^aissBsSJ'   &       i
avAaweuse no whisky or tobacoowe
dan, by temperate habits and careful economy, serve the. publle at especially low
rates. dwjaiato
1MPEBIAL
FIRE INSWANGE COMP-V.
1 OluBboauSt, tod 16 Pau Milt,
LONDON.   .
INStlTT^ED 1808.
FIE INSUKINO HOUSES* OTHER
Buildings, Good., Warn, Merchandise, Manufacturing ind Panning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and th.
Ctrgoes of such Vessels; tho, Ships imlld •
In. and re|siring, Bargw ud other V«i-
Mit on Bavigahle rlvon and canals, md
Goodi on bosrd inch Vsnela, throughout
Gnat Britain anil Ireland ud In Foreign
Countriet,
IROM LOSS DR DIMAUK BI riRR.
Satscritsd ud InvaaM Capital,
£1,600.000 BTG.
Rata, of Prauuluni md .very informi
tlon au he obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTBONe,
Agent fo.* Nov Westminster/
MACHINERY
H
.WING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In the Eiist and elsewhere very considerably, we are In a position to give prices oo any cliiss of Machinery that mi*y be required, Including:
Marine nnd Stationary Engine* and Boilers, Pinners, Matchers and MonMors,
Buss Planers. Wood Lntnos, 1'and,
8nws,Bllu«t Machinery, Gaui-o
Lathes. Shnplii!- Mafhlms,
Shlngltf Machines, Lath
Machines A Hollers,
Two, Three nnd Pour Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Saw Mill*, Portable Engines and Boilers, and  Hoisting
Engines.  Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and Tho London
Tool Co's Iron working
Machinery,
Brick: Machines nnd Crushers of either
tbe Martin orBalrd make,*
Mill Suppltesof nil desoiiutlons, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
leather Belting, which wo carry In
stock,
sit-am Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
ICuowlos make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Amps and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
We arc sole agents in this Province for
the. JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y. whoso
Marino work cannot bo excelled, asout-
fits wo have furnished bore will testify.
FRASER aTeONAM,
C.rabl. St..   Opp. New.-Adv.rtl..r.
VANCXHmtR, B. C,
dwivarrtq
XI £3 H -E3
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE. AND
complete assortment of
aase»«»TBr,-Mi <«r f*Rjaiaer»sE3s*
Which will be aold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES MR CASH. i»Alatg«
consignment to arrive ehortly.'aTav. Always in ttocli—laentner, sllOfl Flntl-
tags, &C, Call kinds.   Custom Work a specialty.
jrjk.xtxx.rn xt,ovrmmxtJk.XT,
dwjelyl No. 81, Columbia Street.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner-Columbia, and, Begbie Street*/;     v    ':
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM ANB -IRON;WfigKING
Machinery to their llusincss, arc now. prepared to do all kinds of
Turning, Pitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BL4CkSMITHINC, at prices.considerably lower
than before.   It is our Intention to have in the course Of a lew weeks a    "*
BRASS & IRON s?0Mteii^-
Running in connection with our Business. Wc have the LARGEST STOCK ud
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, wo tsm-^nanrBtoo satis,
faction in workmanship as well ib prices. We have olatained tho, service! of a
Flrst-llass Horse-Sliocr, and that part of our Business mil hav. special
attention.
REPAIRS of all kinds oi Machinery, either Steam or AKrioiilt.ral Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in thi. line, will have
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable rates. '
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality,
for sale.
We alao keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE ft OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Viotoria prices,
tar Estimates ud tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork, Call ud ins, .t
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by It. ;
dwjlyinto REID  &  OCristftlE.
for Infanta and Children.
"CajtoafetouaveUaiuplaltochntren trial
[ recommend It w lupwior to any preKrlptloa
known to me."     tt A. Aacmnmt.D.,
UI 84. Otteti m%, Bmokljn,». T.
CaitnU enni Oolle, Oiraitrpallori,
Sour Stomach, ularraosa, &i»tatli»ay
Ells Worrat, |tvM aleep, (nd prarnott. dl.
TfltiiiwttoJ-Ifctail
Tas antrum Conr-utr, Tt Hurray Street, N. Y,
Fi lOHMCE.
rK  UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to receive applications
for policies on all good risks at current
rates.
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
Post Offlce, Westminster.        iIJeMmS
Animal Gathering!
—OV THB-*—
maintxiAhtd
Caledonian ft St. Andrew's
SOCIETY
WII.!. TAKR  1'I.ACR AT TUB
AGRICULTURAL HALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Thursday, Octobrr 4th, ISSS
Ti'Oprlre list for tho Gumes and Sports
Is very largo.
Tlicrowfll bo a GRAND HALL In the
evening.
I/jokoutfor Posters.
TETEIl GRANT,
dwnuMtd Hccrctiiry.
E8TASI.1SHKI) 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Heart)' opposite the t-oltmlnl Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, ud supplied to lam.
Illci, Restaurant., ud Steamboat! at thi
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.  :
ITOTXOiEJ.
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD MY EIGHT,
title and interest tn the New West*
minster Brewery to Messrs. Jameson A
Wright. The dents due for goods delivered up to the 31st of August lost are due to
me. I hope ull my old friends will give
tbe new firm a fair trial, for they are deserving of confidence and will give satisfaction.
H. KEHOE,
- Sapperton.
Westminster, Sept, 1st, 1888.       dselml
NOTICE.
ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOL-NTS due
tho Royal City Planing Milts Co.
roust be settled on or before Sept. 80th or
tbey will bo placed In Courtforcollection.
TaalleansHnersarBolldlairMatrrlali
Until further notice, we offer great Inducements to all cash purchasers.
ROYAL OITY PLANINO MILLS CO.
(Limited).
Now West, Aug. 81,1888. dwauSlml
COME AND SEE I
H
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVINQ   TAKEN   POSSESSION  OF
L  the "Temperance House,"fronting
_ - Columbia ami Churoli Streets, opposite
the ilplheopal Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
WIU accommodate tbo traveling public
at the following rales:
Board per day. ..
SlniliMeau!,....
Beds	
 ,1 00
.... 6 00
.....   as
     38
«a-Qood accommodation for Ladles and
families. my*lc
Flowers for sale
HACK, LIVERY,
Feed $ Sale Stables
THE SCBSORIBEIIS ARE ,SOyr PRE.
Pared to torn otir,
DOUBLE AND SINtHf. RIBS
At Special Low Rates,
Draying* and All Sindi of TtamiBo;
*       Dona at,Shortest Notice.
nry.oralw.MI delivered to any part of
the Oily..
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Power of Attorney W. Clarkton
Gut . S.H.Webb
Sail*) ftitish (Mtuttbian
. Intn Eveulag, ar.pl. II. IIU.
Ice creira it the Club. *
The lateat Fill Shapes in Ladies'
Straw ud Felt Hats, at Jas. Ellabd
AOo's. *
The grand pi.no for tho Oddfellowi'
muiio hill ii expected to arrive any
day during this week.
The litest Fill Shades in Plushes,
Silks, Dress Goodi, &o„ it Jas, Et-
Ubd & Co. 's—London Houn.      *
Tha .itr.  Bitbet cleared at  2.30
60 toni of freight and about 40 passen-
g*™- -JO..I.   ■
Heetrt. Walker tS: Shadwell have removed to th. "Colonial" block, in the
•tor. lately oooupied by Mr. W.
Bon. dauSOto
Mr. D. 8. rhuolairs thru residences
on Agnes, itreet ire quit, attractive,
and add not. little to the appoonnce
of that put of the itreet.
. The str. Fairy Queen came up from
tho North Arm thii morning bringing
13 passengers, 25 bales of nay and a
quantity ot other farm produce.
The William Irving left for Chilliwhack and way potts thii morning
with 40 tont of freight md 23 puten-
geri.   She return!  to-morrow about
Ru°nUii|i.l..v,..,,:|.,-,. ill >i,k-
ra.af**: ,-«*-.#iaWia friUl^-ftU the
priotiiing theypotaibly can during thii
week in order to be in trim to take the
championthip of B. O. at Kamloopi
next week.
. S. H. Webb advertises to-day everything and a fnotion in iporting goodi,
beiidei other ipecialtiei. If anybody
wants tb know, "Who ii Webb?" let
them read hll idv. and And out.
' The Rev. J. H. White'i sermon on
the "theatres" attracted I large congregation'in the Mothodist church lut
evening. On next Sundiy evening
Mr. White will preach on  "dancing."
Ayer'i Ague Cure acta directly on tbe
liver ud biliary apparatus, and drives
out the malarial potion which induces
Hver complaints and bilious disorders.
Warranted to cure, or money refunded.
Try It.
. Tin whele catch iu Behring Sen this
liana imounti to 24$ whalei, thi
poorest like on record. Sixteen vat-
nil wire engaged. It i, not stated
bow the half whale wai secured.—
Titttt
Altar making quite a .take the Front
•treat •hooting gallery man hu gone
over to Nanaimo, ind since hit depar-
tare another individual hu opened up
.'•hooting giUery buiinen one door
above tb. Union hotel.
Mr. Tripp will tell by public auction
Ail evening it the Colonial hotel lome
very valuable parcels of land.in different parti of the district, and to my
one seeking good invettmenti tint
wonld bs . ran chince to buy.
Aoksrmio Bros, h.ve commenced
moving one of Ihe buildings on the
Hsmley lot up Columbia itteet thia
morning. If thii building it removed
with any degree of success the remaining building! will alio be moved;
. Mr. Pit Pittendrigh left thii morning by the Irving with a party of men
for HlrrUon River, where he will be
•ngigtd for the next three months obtaining th. ov. from the spawning
Maon ud placing them in the
Istohtrr.
Th. ulmon run hu decreased con-
•idwibly linoi lut week, the boat!
bringing in thii morning only an aver-
iti of 25 to th. boat; but the iturgeon
•till continue to run well. About 1600
poundi of fiih were lent to Victoria
uo\ Vancouver to-diy.
,. Thaitr. Qladvt came down from
QhuliwUek ud w.yporti, bringing
Jp.'paiiengiri, 100 boxei apples, 63
tslnof hay, 20 neks of potatoet, 15
nckt of vegetable, ind 30p.ck«got of
•JndHtt, She goet up igsin at 7
.dock to-morrow morning.
avk.footb.irelubhildit.arit prac
ti*.lut;8iturdiysftera6on snd will
continue to hold practice! throughout
the lesson. A, several good men have
lately joined them, we may expeot
v«r ihortly to tee a remarkable Im-
provwaant upon Utt-year'i pliying.
Loewenborg, Hwrii & Co., real
citite agents of Victoria, will open a
branch office in the Colonial building
this week. Mr. Herbert Finlayton.
who hai been in the firm'! Victoria
office for many yeara, will have charge
of the office iu thii oity. Mr. Finlayton ii an old Weitrniniterite, and will
be welcomed back by all his old
friends.
J. Baldwin Hindi, barrister, of: Toronto, hu been itruok off the rolls of
the law society for unprofessional conduct. The chine preferred wu that
he appropriated $700 given him by
Mils Crane, of St Catharine,,, for investment. It will thui be seen that
the legal fraternity know how to repudiate and condemn flagrant dishonesty aa well al other people.
On Friday afternoon last, at Mr.
Qilley was proceeding up tho river with
hii iteam pile driver "Ruttler" one of
the wheels, whioh have rather a homemade appearance, came in contact with
a mag. causing lo much dimsge to the
buoketi of the wheel that Mr. Qilley
wu obliged to roturn to the city for
repaira. The repa'lu have been made
•ud the Ruitler will once moreruitle
with the Fraior river current
A correspondent writing from Port
Moody, lays:—" We had a large number of visitors here yesterday, from
Vancouver aud New Westminster, .nd
•tt went merrily for a time, but either
from the effects of the flowing bowl or
the desire for combat, more than One
pugilistic duel was heard of. Thia
wiU no doubt be a'place of note' should
the government leave the casual corner! md goers alon. long enough."
Messrs. Parker & Laird, of Hillsdale,
writes: "Our Mr. Laird having occaaion
to visit Scotlud, and knowing the excellent qualities of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil, concluded to take some with him,
and the result has been very astonishing.
We may say that in several instances it
hu effected cures .when ailments had
been pronounced incurable by eminent
pmotitloneri."        ^_^^   ,
rretbytery Heeling.
The "Preibytery of Columbia meet!
to-morrow afternoon iii St. Andrew1!
Presbyterian Church in this city. In
tho evening a publio congregational
meeting will be held in the church, At
which Rev. Mr. McLeod, of Victoria,
Rev. R. Y. Thomson, of Vancouver,
and others will speak.
The Annual Beelch Gathering.
The Caledonian and St. Andrew*,
looiety ii making extensive preparation! for the annual Scotch gathering
to be given in the agricultural ground!
in this city on October 4th. The gathering will be made tho moat attractive'
that hai ever been given in the oily
ind (hit, together with the gland bill
which ii to be given in the Oddfellows'
Auemblv Hall during the evening,
will mak. a memorable day for Ihe
•ont of Auld Scotia in thil city. An
excellent upper will be prepared and
will be partaken of in one of the Masonic ante moms.
 . . m
Contract.' Awarded. .
O. W. Gilley & Co. have been
awarded the contract for the channel
improvement! at the mouth of the
Fraser. The contract calli for 40
bruih mattresses, similar to thou mnk
by T. F. Sipolair lut year. Mr. Oil-
ley left by the steamer Rithet for Victoria to complete arrangement! in connection with the work. Mr. Gilley
hai obtained a contract from the R. C.
P. Milla Co. for dredging the river
adjacent to the old Dominion sawmill.
The Co. has purchased adredger which
ii on tho way from Ontario. As soon
•i it arrive! Mr. Gilley will commence
operstiom. •■
 » s  .
The Woolen Hill..
The Weitminitsr woolen milli bin a
largo number of hands employed at
present and are turning out a large
quantity of goodi which we ire glad to
uy find a ready market, The blanket!
which hive been turned out lately are
of the very belt material and nave
given entire latiifaction lo every one
who purchated them, ud expert* lay
that they are equal to any blanket that
can be manufactured, and there ii no
reason why they ihould not be. One
of the loomi ia weaving blanket!, othen
aro weaving dark blue and ohecked
Uanneli, while the remaining onei
•re employed weaving t weeds,,
which will be of the very latest pattern!, Thote tweedi the energetic
company ii having mado into ready-
made clothing and a drummer ii now
on the road somewhere in the province receiving orders for the clothing.
An Orthodox Dinner.
Lait Friday week, while at
the Harrison Hot Spring!, our
highly-respected fellow citizen Mr.
Jamei MoNamarra, who ii a good
Catholic, resolved to dine in orthodox
stylo. Ho caught a trout in a clear
cold atream that Hows by the hot wells,
and then ho provided himtelf with two
Irish potatoes; these he tied to the
ond of hit fishing line and let both
down into the hot well and in half an
hour they wore cooked. Ho then lowered the trout into that boiling water
which Bow, from the bosuni of dear
old mother earth and in ton minute, it
wo, done to a turn alae, and the veteran enjoyed n rich repast. Everyone
will admit tlmt this system of cookery
is cheap; Mr. McNainara says it is excellent, snd wo venture to affirm that
his Friday (linnet on that occaaion wai
the fint cooked in thu province without kindling a firo. Mao, layi'thit
■uoh a dintior on n log in the mid.t of
such magnificent scenory it fit for a
king.
—. «~. .
James Cullen, Pool's Island, N. F.,
writes: "I hare been watching the pro-
f(rest of Dr. Thomu' Kclectric Oil since
ts.Introduction to this place, and with
much pleasure state that my antlcipa-
tiona of its success have been fully realized, it hiving cured me of bronchitis
ud soreness of nose; while aot l few, of
my 'rheumatic neighbors' (one old lady
in particular) pronounce it to be the best
article of its kind that hu Ivor been
brought before tbe publio. Your medicine does uot require any longer a spon.
sor, but if you wish me to aot U such, I
lhall be only to hippy to have my name
connajoted-witbyotir pit-anou ohlld." -
[j'    r.F.l.u.n.Kaille.   ':'
Advices from Richmond Irate that
the 0. P. R. has agreed to build I
traffic bridge in conjunction with the
proposed Vancouver and Seattle Rail
way bridge acrou the North Arm, for
a bonus of (20,000. The amount required for bonus ii already on hind,
the government having mode a grant
of (10,000 and the municipality
another (10,00 for a bridge in that
neighborhood. Tbe line of the pro*
posed railroad intersect* the Fraser at
a point about the upper end of Sea
Iiland, and that being the point
nt which Iho municipality proposed to build the bridge in
tho first place, they will willingly
accede tu tlie proposed conditions,
especially ai tho O.P.R. agree to maintain and keep the bridge ill repair.
We understaud that it ia the intention
of tho C.P.R. In me a itetra ferry in
connection with the said railway, for
some timo, in crossing the Bouth channel of the Frater.
i...
font Georgie Herring,
It ii our sad duty to chronicle the
death of Georgie Edward May, lecond
ion of Alderman A, M. Herring, whioh
occurred to-day about noon, in the
11th year of hii age, at the reiidence
of his parents on Mary itreet in thil
oity. A week ago laat Friday Gecrrgie,
with" hii mother, wst spending the
summer holiday! it Port Moody,when
lome time during the day the fourth
finger of tbo right hind wu accidentally cut and nearly levered from the
hand by his older brother, who wu
chopping wood with . heavy ixe. Th.
wound wii diened in thii city in leu
thin two hours from the time of the
accident, ind progressed favorably up
to Saturday night lait, when he went
to bed, apparently quite well. Early
yeiterdiy (Sundiy) morning Mr. Herring heard hii ion crying in an adjoining room ind upon going to lie th.
cauto found Georgie in iipum. Thui
spasms continued in quick succession
until about noon the same day, when
that dreaded affliction tetanus, more
commonly know ai lock-jaw, act in and
terminated fatally, as before stated,
about noon to-day. Mr. and Mrs.
Herring hive the sympathy of i large
circle of friendi in the early lou of
their bright little boy.. The funeral
will probably take place on Wednesday.
———» » •
After Ten Tew.
.. About ten yean ago Mr. Frederick
W. Tromills, now of Ladner'i Linding,
left hit home in Devomhire, England,
to try hia luck in the far wut, He
wm somewhat young at the time, and
thought that tome diy he would re-
turnv homo, get married, and settle
down, ati/i, Y>,ftS sure ofhii beitii able
to tu^iWmn'ntto^W''t!<r
gramme he left Min Edith Alice Ford
to await hii return, when thi two
would be made one. For ten yein
did thoy correipond, when, u the
tendency of many people In Englind
ia to come weit, Min Ford decided to
follow suit. A month .go the young
lady left Devomhire and arrived in
thii city by to-day'i eutern train, and
upon ttepping to the platform of the
Btation sho waa met by Mr. Tromilli,
who accorded her an affectionate greeting after ao many yein separation.
So affectionate wu the meeting that
they then ud there decided to quit
their batchelor and maiden atate in order that they may be man and wife.
Accordingly the Rev. J. H. White,
9iit«
the wheel home oi th. itr. Rithet this
ifternoon a few minutei before the
boit left for Victoria. The affair wai
whispered around on the wharf and
caused nther an excitement.
""        The bcyeUeal Uller,
There wu . fair congregation in attendance at Holy Trinity church yeiterdiy morning to hear the encyclical
letter from Hia Grace the archbuhop
of Canterbury reid by the Von. Arch,
deacon Woodt. The letter which il
oouohed in very choice language, con-
taint a copy of a report of the Lambeth
Episcopal conference which hai juit
closed. Hia Greco commends a leriu
of resolutions, formally adopted by th.
conference, to th. consideration of tho
Episcopal church throughout tho world,
from which wo take the following
clauses, referring more particularly to
a basis for re-union:—That iu th.
opinion of thia conference, the follow.
ing articles supply a buil on whioh
approach maybe by God'i blotting
made towirdi home reunion:—
The Holy Scripture! of tho Old md
New Testaments, as "containing all
thing! necessary to aalvution" and as
being the rule and ultimate atandard
of faith;
The Apottlet' Creed, as the bantia
miliymbril; and Iho Nicene Creed, u
the tufUcient ttatemont of tho Christian faith;
The two sacrament! ordained by
Ohriit hlmself--Baptism and tho Supper of the Lord--miniitered by unfailing ubo of Christ1! wordi of institution and of tho elements ordained
by him;
The Historic Espicopnte locally
adapted in the methods of its administration to the varying noeda of the
nation! and people! called of God into
the unity of HU church;
That thii conference earnestly requests the constituted authorities of
the various branches of our communion, acting, io farai maybe, in concert
with one mother, lo mike it known
thit they hold thomielvei in readiness
to enter into brotherly conference
(■uoh at that which hu already been
propoted by the church of the United
Statei of America), with tbe reproien-
titivei of oiher Christian Communion! in th. Engliib-ipmking racoi, in
order to coniider wh.t itept nn be
taken, either toward oorporatere-union
or toward! luch relation! ai may prepare the way for fuller organic unity
hereafter.
■      .U  .1        -■ ——
Mr; R, O, Winlpw, Toronto, writes:—
"Northrop ft Lyman'i Vegetable Discovery is . voluble medicine to all who are
troubled with Indigestion. I tried a
bottle of it liter suffering for aome ten
yean, and the result! ore certainly beyond my expectation!. It mists digei-
tlon wonderfully. I digest my food with
.o apparent effort, ud am nowentlrely
free from that iwution, which every
dyspeptic well knowi, of unpleuut full.
mm
mM
innwtut T. Mi (VA. Neetlsg.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Y.M.O.A. will be held thi, evening at
8 o'clock itt the new ineinbly room in
th. Armitrong building,. Oolumbia it.
cinter. As thii will be . moit import-
tnt meeting ill the memben aro earn-
eitly requiited to be preient in order
thit they may hive a voice in and heir
diicutiioni on matter! connected with
the belt intereit! and future of thi M-
lociation, The matter of obtaining a
trained general lecretory to take th.
{ilace of Mr. J. R. Robinson, who hu
itely levered hii connection with the
association will be brought up
and very 'probably two delegate!
will be appointed to attend the V.M.C.
A. convention which will tako place at
Seattle ou the 20th inst., at which time
it il thought that a general secretary
will be promoted from the training
home in Mutachutetta in thii city.
Ai therein! Urge number .waiting
an opportunity to., become memben,
they will have a chance of entering
their proposal and of being identified
with tho association u well ll enjoying tho privilege! Connected with it.
 FeiMnBl.
I. B. Fither, manager of the Bank
of B.O., returned from Victoria yeiterdiy.
Mrs. Harlow, mother of Mn. A. J.
McColl, l,ft by the Atlantic express on
Saturday for Ontario.
Mr. Pottmeyer; principal of th.
Vancouver public nhool, came over to
the Royal city on Saturday and return-
Id thii morning.
George Hague, of Montreal, general muiuger of the Merchants Bank
oi. Canada, .nd hii son, Mr. Fred.
Higuo, were imtheoity to-day.
0. E. Woodi, .of Wood,, Turner &
Gamble, went ajiiwB to Isdaen by the
Rithet md will b»- .bunt Irom th.
oity iivenl diyi on .surveying tour.
Thii morning 0. E. Woodi, of thit
city, received a telegram from hii
brother, Rev. Phillip" D. Woodi,1 in
Quebec, itating ' that he would leave
that city at 2:46 o'clock thia afternoon
for New Weitmiqiter. .The reverend
gentleman hu been abnnt Irom thii
city for the period of 16 yein,
Mn, Celeste Coon, Syracuse, N. Y.
writes': "For yean I could not eat many
kinds of food without producing a burning, excruciating pain in my stomach, I
took Parmelee'a Pills according to directions under the head of 'Dyspepsia or
Indigestion.' One box entirety cured
mc. I can now eat anything I choose,
without distressing me in the lent."
These Pills do not cause pain or griping,
ud should be used when' a cathartic is
required. "'
Police Court.
Before P. McTlernan and \V.D.Ferrls, J.Ps,
Billy, a Katiie Indian, charged with
having intoxicant, in his possession,
wu sentenced to two monthi imprisonment with hard labor, md a fine of
(25.
Joseph Smith, charged with commit,
ing an assault on an Indian woman
named Miry Ann wu fined (20 or in
default two monthi imprisonment with
bird labor.
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
hu no eqnal for destroying worms in
obildren ud adults. See that you get
the genuine when purchasing.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
SILK RIBBONS!
Those of our readers who would like to
have an elegant, large package of extn
fine, Assorted Ribbons (by mail), in different widths and all tho latest fuhion.
•ble thades; adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarft, Trimming for Hats
ud Drenn, Bowi, Fuoy Work, Ac,
can get u utonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of • luge wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by lending
only Ji5 cent! (stamp.), to the addreu
we give below.
As a special offer, thla houao will give
double the .mount of uy other firm in
America If you will und the nanus and
P. O. address ot fen newly married ladtel
when ordering ami mention the nam. ol
thia paper', No piecei lesi thu one yard
In length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three pack
•get for OO cents.   Addreu,
LOSDOB KlBIlOM AOINOY,
dwaplOyl Jersey City, N. J.
Wholesale City Market.
per 100 lb*......
8""'.
Pork
Mutton "
llldes(gr'u)"
Potatoes "
Cabbage "
Onions "
Wheal "
0»tt '(
Pro.        •" 	
Hay,        nor Ion  .........
Riitler (roll.) per lb „,
17 00
................  110
 - U 00.
 ;........ . to
   IIS
  too.
   100.
.M..,.M...V„,    1 BO L,
 „ ito,
  ito
........ 1100,
ij, , -.  0 05.
Cheese,    '       "     Oil
Bags,      per dot. ,...„ 0,0
Cordwood (retail) per ourd  8 SO
SOO
IH
000
000
171
17S
000
00 00
01S
017
f.3
Winn Baby wu ssk, w. g>v< bu Carts*,
Wbtn tht wu a OhlM, ih. erM tn CM-rla,
Wbu th. bwas. atlti, ib. dull. Cunts,
***» ****** tmtttiihtjttvi 1T.BS. fisni.
r C. T. U.-REOTJLAH, MEETING
., . every Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'clock at the W7C?T.V. Headquarter,
(over Cunningham A Balth's shop), Douglas Ht. Loyal Lesion lu the tame pise,
every Friday afternoon.      .    . dnulltc
tjapti.t  chuhch, Agnes Street,
D Eut of  Mary Strut.   Xord'i
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sat
School UdBlbl. Clan at 5:80 p. m.	
leiufree; .trangen cordially welcomed.
Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
Dm
m
mat
Power of ittortiey.
DURING MT ABSENCE FROM THE
Province, Mr. John O. Brown, Postmaster, holds my Power of Attorney, and
Is authorised to represent me 1n any sale
of my real estate In the city or dlBbiet.
dselOml       WILLIAM CLARKSON.
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Keloadlag Tools,
I    Fishing Turkic.
ALL, KINDS OF iSFORTING GQODS.
BEAR, BEAVER AND AU OTHER TjhVS.
A SPtSCfALTV.
A fine line of Cutlery, Pipe., Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods, fto.     .
SS-Tlio lamest assortment if Single
and Double, Breech and Mutile-loaillng
SHOT-GUNS In tbe province, from ia Up
to 1100.  W. W. Greener Guns.
8. H. WEBB,
AuoTiOBiBB k ArraaisBB.
New Westminster, B. O.       dWHlOmi
FaU&Wi&terGoods!
MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'!
j  CHILDREN'S j
JERSEY SUITS,
'   .'.WALL PRIOI».-«,.j':l
Hard S Soft Felt Hats
latest New York k London Makes.
'    ;_   MEN'S AND BOYS' V '"'
RtlBMff -ODATS.
COLUMBIA STREET
dwse7ki 0.n. Telegraph OBee
New Westminister Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
•\ir E8SI18. W.J. WALKER A COMP'Y
1V1 hnve lots'for Hale in the oity from
850 upward!.
AIM, Immediately adjoining the City
limits from 9'A upmnu; Mid i few ro*
malnlDKlotBataHpperion at 8100 on very
euy terms.
Also, Farming Jjintl in Surroy Munlcl
tlUftJJfl-icBtt--' rljffllfey-V-id Acre
tin at,BFown»Tineinfim*claBH situations
ot profiUble rates.
Intending irtves„.-    .	
Immediately, before prices aro advanced.
Intending investors, are Invited to call
Tho advertisers offer their services as
ents for the PURCHASERS of property,
_id as soch will give the fol lest information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any pro-
Investment In land, whether In
strangi
posea
their own hand* tor sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, City! "  "    *
dwTauto
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL_UNDERTAKER.
Imbslmlng a SpecUlty.
O.kl.r Is' Wosd.s nss H.t.11. Burial Ca.k.la. rjns.rall ..staetai.
A full lln. of Coffln Trtmmlngt alwaya OB
hud. Parties at. distance-nppllMl It
Aortnt naUM. SatliliiollJn'guann-
IMd In eviry particular.
dwocltc Coiuunt St. Mid Wut.
H1ST0GENETIG SYSTEM
The Ektlre Revolution of
,  Medicine.
T.R. JORDAN'S H18T0GENETI0 SYS-
JL/ tern of Medicines cures PMBlylll,
Hllndneu, Dealniu, Rheumatlam, A.th-
ma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sty
Blpelas, Brlght'a Dlaeaw, Heart Dlaeue,
Dropsy, ana all chrorrio complaint., Fe-
ver.,SmallPox,Pllea, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlptherla, Cancer, Consumption, Kpllep-
.)•, Hlwrallon of Hon.. Wbooolni d)u|h.
Oholera Infantum,Croup,Profaplus Tftnl,
and .11 female complaint!. Th. lyitem
Isslmple. TliemodfoluerebmldBthedlB-
eased cells ud tlsBuel of the body with
the same proximate prlnolplu, ind fer-
menti,Organlo Bodies and so on whioh an
normally prepared In Ihe body by the
glands. For Bile by   '      ,Ti,..'.-
„,     ,.,     »f, DBSBRBAY,
BIB
15
BTHODI.T CHURCH, Oddfellowi'
_,_ New Hall. Rev. J, H. While, Putor.
Services at 11 a. ra. and 7 p.m. Sunday
School and Bible Class ":80p. m. Pmyu
Meeting on Thuhdoyt at 7.80p.m. HeaU
fruj stranger, oordlnlly Invited.
§T. PAUL'S OHCBOH. John Stnet,
I OppoBlteOrtnnH.ll. Bev. Thomu
addon, Putor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7 n. ro. Thursday eveBlngl
at 7:30 o'clock. Seat! fm; .11 are cordially Invited. Sunday Sobool.11:80 p.m.
M     I'ltlOK LODUE It., t. A. F.
aj/vA— * A. M.-The ngnlar Com-
*\st\ munloatloBi of ihltJMnimi
fW\ he1dontb.«ntMohdayln»a.lt
month. Sajlournlnrbmtbnn an oordlai-
lylnylnidtoit^noVT   m „_.__
i ^m**0SnSSi-ft
- .    . , '■ a^.   ^ ■*•'■■ -W«™*aWj^a,s,
J. A. LANCWITH
Real Estate,
Qd Ol
PROMPT ATTRNTION GIVEN TO ALL
COMMISSIONS.
MINING STOCK BOUGHT 4N.D80LD
,     f ON OOBMIS8ION. I      _
QJJTCOaii ■cKeatl.iuiB-aiWasw  ,
—.;'.'^PIIIWiwT'^'^Wf'WaWff '_\jH»i»»^.W'asJi,iil4r.
iv ma -wv t=—
JUST RECEIVED'
-AT-
ilol
-*4--
[ dwije7to |
i
'^'-sbs-'-P-ss *Ws*s,sskissh.-»     lilg
PractioaJ Watchmaker, Manufacturihg
Jeweler & Optician.
THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES,
JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M.
BUST QUALITY. EASTBWf PWCE8. ' , . ,'■','?
,' A fulUIn, of Spectacles & EyoCllasaes In itetl, rubber; ril-tt ud gol.l.
frame,. Tho Hunt Publei mid,. 14 per pair) ill sights tuited. i . '■ ' - tow"
Special •ttentton given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS, H.vlug Uamed til*
business thoroughly from som. of tho finest Horologen In England, ind ilnce thia
managed the witoh-repiiring departments of > tow of the out firm, on tha continent of America, la a sufficient guarantee ot good workminship. Formerly mu».
ior for Burly 8 yean cf the woll-known firm cf Savage 4 Lyman, Moutrul.
CluiriiesModei'Btc, '    , ""■ ':-; i. i
MoBTBUL, D*i„ 1887.—Mr. F, Crake;—Andw. Robertson, Eaaq., Chaitman el
Montreal Harbor Commlnlonen, uyi: "I never found a Watchmaker wh. did w
wajllformeu-ye»dldwheninMontreal,udIamBOrryyouar.noth,r,t»-alayi"
"■-■■- I ' . dwapllte ......    ,-," ni,-i
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL    --
SIJNDA¥H*WRS.-MoiMNa,*rom^
-- AmtNOOK, 1 to 3 o'clock,
Eveniso, 6 to 9 o'clock.
. ttr PHYSICIANS' PRKSCRIPTIONS will be pnpsnd st uy time during
th. .night by « lompstent oherniit, who ilecnion thepremuus. Ring the night
WL'. T, '-    ' wi     I
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Opp, Telegra(h Offlce,
Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
dwocfltc
D. S. CURTIS * CO,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN     '*, ', *
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Coinntunlcatiou with alt the Doctors in the City.' Call on
utuy time udwe'wlll ring your Doctor up for you.  .... f'.fl .7/
• Open Sundays for the sale of Medicine only:—Mobnino, 9 to 10,39o'clock)
AnxBNoori, 1 tolj Evikiho, 8 to 0. . i   ■..',■ ■■-.. -, en"
medical: hai^;; ;;
,    Dew Tf cUB.la.lrr. B. c, Nrxl c.l.BUI M.lel,
CUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT UP. dwaultte
C. McDONOUCH,
1     (LUNDBOM'SBUILDINO, FRONT "STREET) -. .^v',-',/ '
EHaiaB xar
,,. ,   ..-,•     Conitutly ob Hudu ExtentlveStock of
Dry floods, Qrocerles,  Boots * Shoes, gats A Caps,
..-.•.    Crockery, fllassware, ttt.
xtxmxfm   in' x*o-%r':m'■ mxrx'X'm. ;
.   ' Otaal Variety of HounholdArtlolu.   Abo.    I
QBAiy,-,8SEp8, POTATOEB, LIME and  Gl^*!I*A*ti'l*TOBl«.
' N. ■.-Farm pTodilbe bought at mark.t ral*. or Mid on oommluloa.. uvdrdw.
tram thi Inurtor promptly attended to.    : ._        ...... .:..    difleBo
i n       sn    ■     i ■     .        i 1    i       g.s^nw>
Wilt
B&TOC, G. NAJOR,
I IHroBTBBS tm tl.l,IM IH
Chdic^ Family Groceries!
HAMS, BACON AND LARD,
Dry. Go6cis,   Clothing,   &e;, &e.
Columbia gtreety Sew Westinlngter. dwjly23tc
fiENTRAL  (3R00IRYI
Holbrook Block, Oolumbia Street.    '
i      i ■■ ■• _i_   -      •   -ri."  -  ■' ' :■-.. .. ■( :■ j.
dttewuLiLts moved Into the/above^^ btjildinoajid wants
JS " to lee ill hi!;oM onttomen and lot!of new on«, a, he will ■ tell them'OR0-
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper thu ever, All our Ooodt we Dnt-clui
ud ire being told is low u Inferior gndu.   We itrivo not to match, but t. excavl. '
Ju.t to hud-car of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following bruds:
Saleta-Patent Boiler (Ameriouj! Hnitkarta^
via',); Premier, Colambla Roller (Sniiiomcheen);
And If yon have not und th. British Columbia Flour do to at one, ud bo cos-
vlnced that It will nsk, fint-oUu bread ud putry. dwu26to   .
'
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
* Till Oof,uaktA* pRiSTnio EffTABLiBnussT hai' fint-olus fai
all kindi of Ooiamiroial Printing. , Bill Heidi. Utter Hufit. I .
Cirdi, fowhypsi. 8r»nk Form* ol every detoriptioa, PmUm, Dodfin,
fritMUltl, *c.   Moo. will be found as low u at any otoar oil*. vjUh
*'«"'- -' -eatmi. " 'i)igiiyifmtm^t^^

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