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Array ^•M-naeat pril
nlififjofflt,
^
saw ■-'BB'mrasraiR, a a, Friday-evening, November », lsss.
NUMBBBm
ft K.O.BBOWR,
DENTIST.
Rooks-H. * a, over Rank ol Bmiib Columbia, j
HotJns-6 a. m. lo '.90 p. m.     dajly-ffto
rntrntiMAuetm-A,
BARRISTERS,
SOUOHOIIS, ElPtO.
. Offlees, MaAonlo Buildings, New Weslmln-
I   iUr,»n4VoniouT.r,B.C.    JytWalc
{ m  O. TOWNLBY,       ...
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR 40.
Of UnPrOTlnw of Manitoba.
i AniOTlioi.0 Block,
dume N.wWestmlnsler,B.C.
m   0. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, al.
1 OnnaavllHoalo Bulldini,
( i__b^...^,___yrmm^t,B._<3.
m  B0KMA1I BOLB,tt.C.,
SARBlaTHR-AT-LAW.
land Afsnt Money to Lou.
Olarkton Street,
note Hew Waitmlniler, & 0.
tXLomr a> HAOLOM,
ARCHTTEOTS.
' Ornoa-Room B,
■*"■ Onr Bank of B.O.,
danSlto
Colnmbla Street,
ft   W  OHArJT,
AROHITEOTI
Omos-Oorner Mary and Olarkton 8U,
dwle-atc
aTALIaARDAlRB st SArTSOat,
ARCHITECTS.     ..
*»n« Bloek,
Bs.tlSf.Bt.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
dauKtc
-nrn.*alAMR.Kiifo,
ARCHITECT,
BOILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR, -
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Omen—New Masonic Block,
dwaplltc Westminster.
ALBERT t, RILL,
M.OAS.BOC.O.E.
CIVIL ENGINEER, ,    ;
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Omoa-Hew Masonlo Block,
I  dwmbisto New We.tmln.ter.
w.
*. WA1RRR A C*„
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
I       REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
' GENERAL AGENTS.
' Bonk Bulldlnis, Mary St., N.w Weitmln-
■Ur.&C.
] M Clare Road, Halifax, Ensliud.
dwmyttto
m A  TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street,...
..New Westmlii.ter
All commltiloni will receive prompt
and careful attention. Beit reference.
gin* when required. rahlMc
TOLIAlf PU ACOCK,
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOB BOYS,
Forrester Street,
snolm Opp. Methodist Church.
RAND BROS.
nil*. BIT-ATE BROKEBl,
OsaT.jraacr.. Collector..
Aaa ta.anuu.4f.at..
'jrS.M at VICTORIA! Fort Street,    '
NEW WESTMINSTER! Conur
McKen.i. and clarkton SI*
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for tale In all lection,
ol Vancouver and N.W Weatmlnater City.
FARM LANDS ol .nperlor quality for
Jal. at Obllllwhaek, Tort Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Bumas, Mud Bay,I*d-
o.rf Landlni, Lulu Bland, North Arm
'UdFittBlnr. ~.
Map. and Plan, iihlblted and th. lull*
Mt lnr.rm.Uoa turnl.hedat .11 onromoej,
IdOto
I PEARSON
Beat Estate Broken and
Financial Agents*
AGENTS FOR
Ce»f«*UratU* Lift AjsmIMIm of
Toronto.
Kejral and Laneashtre Fire Insar-
arut CoMpaalesi
tA.Val liable Lota for sale ln the City
anoDIittrlct of Westminster; and choice
Lots In tbe Clyof Vancouver.        ,
Persons wlsblng to buy or sell eity or
Irani property should communicate with
Offloet: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postoffloe, Westminster, and Hastings St.
Vancouver. dwapleie
!
(Williams; bros.
Und AjentSji Surveyors.
nin rBIPAHD. grams i-in
Lsrft or Smalt Sums of Honey AdTinoed
et Good Swurltlw, at Reuonabl.
Ratsioflnternt.
tnm^^^^^tbirte
WILLIAMS BROS, are lnoonstantcom*
Munleation with Intending settlen from
EnfUudaodeliewhtrfp.nntl bave special
faenittM foreffteuntwet,
Their charges are lower than any other
agents Id the Province.
YaneMter, B.C. dapllml
New Westminster Southern Ry
NORTHSRN TlBMINU*.
«*W*1V^*S2
...„, „«*a»iBt«'lr UjotnW Ih. Oity
limit, from 196 upwards; and a lew re-
malnlns lots at Sapperton al not) on very
^Tu.nmlniLandln Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the line ol railway; aud Acre
.Y!,•■Al*afell.,•,0M,•<,,"•,''"'U"°,
Intending Inveiton are Invited to call
Immediately, before prlee. are adranoed,
The advertisers oner their services a.
, strata for the PUROHASERHol properly,
I and oa «ueh will give the luHest Information Son oilvloe to their bert ability, to
tinnier, and othen, respecting any pro-
noHOT Investment In land, whether In
_ their own hand, ferula, or otherwise.
.   Rank Buildings, Mary SU, City. dwJale
Including Tools of all kB^^^tlll but mike.; Cross-CRf* .:_____l_)_n\ml
Barbed Wire for Fencing, sad all the neceuary Utensils for Farming
Pulley Blocks, Sna'di Tfidcks, Bone & Cigala in all sites; Pltcl
_i Oaknmi Tarred aud Plain Palter fcr Bulldlngi Points * Oil
sa* Special attention given to orders by mall. . J A H U I J
T. ST. TRA.PP (3S OO.,
dwjlyJto        .■     .     ! CoLr»saTa*ra«*i,KlwW*-w*>r-(Sii.
Josh Billings says: "With all your getting, get kuowl
edge.*' Solomon says, "Oet FnderstmicHn-;."
LEAVING Ybt¥6 _t__iDhiirV-tt(!-.*_0V WOt-LU PBEFEU, WK WOULD
Ann TftAT T___M HI plenty OF PLaSM TO
OBTTiW*aOTTrvRMI.B1 BUT,       -—
GRANT & MACLURE'S
IS THE PLACE TO OBTAIN THE LATTER.
MIKA KOMTUX?
dwj.ate
J. S. 14ANS0N,
Merchant Tailor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA 8T. NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
noldly
BON M^ROHE
Dry Goods and Clothing
AT COST FOR CASH.
Walker A Shadwell,
COLUMBIA     STREET. „,„„„„;,
HOUSE.
Millinery,
Latest Faxia Fasliioae.
dseato MRS. WM. RAE.
IF-A. E -Jat B3E S,
S294. AGRE8
-OF-
CHOICE   LAND!
WE ARE NOWOFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser ftiver, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at* prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment. .,;,
Steamer landing -and good wagon toads
adjacent to the f remises and railroad station immediately across the river.
(-*£=** A competent man is now on the ground
to show Intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
_EL_A__7*JI_> BROS,
dwardlte
Absolutely Pure.'-'
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty.strenirthandwholesomeness. More
-wonomioal than the ordinary kinds, and
eannot be sold In competition with ine
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only ln cans.
Royal BAKir-a Powder Co., toe Walls*.,
Sfely
WANTED.
A
GOOD GENERAL SERVANT GIBL.
Apply nt THIS OFFICE.
dnosto
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
2A1'PBENTI0ES  10   THE" BBE8S-
making. Terms on application to
MISS MCDOUGALL, :
doette Columbia SC, New West,
FOR SALE.
A LOT OP NEW, CLEAN TIMOTHY
Seed. Apply to
W. H. LADNER,
dwoosMml Ladner's Landing.
TO RENT.
CANNERY AND HALTERY altuated
on Subdivision Lots SAO of Lot 14,
llock 9. Apply
BEl
ENKY V.EDM0ND8,,
Land Agent.
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 76 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
ohlnery, by Eastern makers.
Apply to
Mkssrs. bewicke a wulpfsohn,
dJaSto Vancouver, B, C.
11 wiEts-L*- ESTABLISHED AND BIG-
A paying General Merchandise Business lu one of the finest agricultural settlements In British Columbia tor tale.
Terms easy, and a suitable customer will
be treated liberally. Befit business chance
In British Columbia. Apply to
MAJOR A PEARSON,
Real Estate, Insurance  and Financial
Agents, Westminster, B.C. dwoefflte
FOR e-VJOR LEASE.
i FARM CONTAINING 550 ACRES
1 Prairie Land, 5 miles from Port
..Jooily, 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road.
Cau be purchased with or without stock.
Terms oasy.—Apply to
A. McLEAN.
Pitt Meadows;
or to SHANNON 4 HALL
dwauistc Vanoouver.
MRS. E. J. MILLER
ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
ln all branches, at Rooms at Mrs. Stir-
sky's, Columbia st., Hatm-dar. October «.
Hours from 0 to 12 ft. m. and 1 to 4 p. m.
docSto
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
OHUnOH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Clinron,
Laug E.perlenee ln the bn.lue.a,
dfJOllyftn
W. C. LOYE,
FMb U ui Sb Ibk.
Repairing Neatly Done* Cork lelo
Work a gpeclalty.
t-rOrdors promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., lnrearof Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'office, dnclte
Dress-Making I
Misses MoDOUQALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
- Satisfaction in.rauti.ad.
_pjkm__txoxtJk
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(Lath or Ehomkd)
Corner of Ohurch md Oolumbla Stmt.,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
u-HatUfactlon inaranteed.    dwfe7te
NOTIOE.
THURSDAY, TI1B Will INSTANT,
having boon set npsrt nnd appointed
uy Ills E.eolleuey tlie (Jovemor-Oeneral
111 Council ns a .lay of Oeneral Thanks-
flvlnil llirouiilioutllioIionilnlon.lhePuh.
le omoes will be closed on that any,
ByCommnnd, „„M
JNO. ROBSON,
l'rovlnclal geaMarr.
Provlnolal secretary's Offlce,
Viotoria, 1st Nov, Ism
dnotwl
Winter Time Table I
STR. "RAINBOW"
LEAVES VIOTORIA FOR WESTMIN-
stor
Every Monday & Friday,
Leaves Wo.li.iIiiKli'i- for Victoria
Every Thursday & Saturday,
Every Tuesday Morning
Al 7 o'olock, reluming tlio following day.
dwocMmH ' Agent.
ail*) glritwh Columbian
Friday RveaUl, R.T. S. Ut*.
NOTES AKD COMMENTS.
i & Knndo, oi the Mining University of Japan, is said to be tbe
richest Japanese outside of the Mikado and his family, He is the oper-
er of sixteen gold, silver, and cop-
,'r mines, and is about to visit the
lake Superior mining districts in
oner to got a knowledge of the mining machinery used there, His pos-
Astaioni are estimated at $90,000,-
<JpQ. 	
! Somothiug funny happened in the
oourt of Mr, Justice Hannen in
London the other day. A demure,
sombrely dressed juryman ie melancholy tones claimed exemption
from terving, and hii Lordship aiked
in kind and sympathetic tones, ' On
what ground!" "My Lord," said
the applicant,-"I am deeply interested in a funeral whioh takes placo
today and am mott anxions to fol
low," The reply was, "Certainly,
your plea ia a justone." Scarcely had
the man departed before Mr. Justice
Hannen learned that he wu the
undertaker.   	
The young mart who obliges hii
wife to live with hii mother-in-law
makes a great mistake, as young
Mr, Blaine now realizes, The two
women may be amiable, but they
were neyor created to dwell beneath
the same roof. If a man hasn't
enough money to set up hit own
establishment he had better postpone marriage until he gets it. The
mother-in-law and the daughter-in-
law mut live as tar apart as they
can, get in order to lore each other.
That is a fact whioh is not half as
well understood as it ought to be,—
N. Y. Graphic,
Bas Alula, the Abyssinian leader,
is described si about forty yean of
ige, a little above the average height
—say about five feet nine inches.
He is very well built, has broad
shoulders and a deep chest,, whioh
makes him look shorter thin he
really is. He is muscular and athletic, and can hold his own with any
man in his army in feats of skill,
such as riding and shooting. He is
a great sportsman whon he hu time
to devote to the chase, whioh latterly has not been very often. He
wean hii hear cut ihort u a rule,
and leti it grow gradually, not plaiting it like the majority of hii nation.
His compleotion is copper colored,
not very dark; hit face oval, his nose
of good shape, hit month small, set
oh? by good teeth. Hit whole features are regular, and when he
smiles, whioh he often does when
talking in private and not before hii
followera, hii face ii most pleasing
and hia manner winning. He can
be very stern, and on butiness or
political ocoassions almoit m immovable as a itatue.
One man who, but a few short
yean ago, cut a great figure in the
world is now almost completely forgotten, aud lives to oonfen the
vanity of human withes, this is
none other than Arab! Paiha, who
is still in exile at Ceylon. A traveller who recently visited him fonnd
him grumpy and resentful against
the English, whose language he wat
obliged to learn. The traveller del-
oribes hia appearance as that of "a
weary caged lion that hai no desire
to exhibit himself," and came away
persuaded that if, Arabi got the
chance he would make things lively
in Egypt once nioie. The exile of
Arabi and hii fellowrebeli is not
believed to be so dull and wretched
ai they are ready to make out, and
the visitor who lait saw them uyi:
"Having visited them I simply
formed a higher idea of the prestige
and power of England, which granted such liberty to eight of iti
former mott powerful enemies, now
becomo its prisoners. Their - prison
if a rait and beautiful country; not
a soldier qusrdi them, not a jailer
watches them; they go and come us
they please, and Englind does not
fenr."
'Some clever rascal in London, so
it it narrated, advertised tlmt lm
would, on receipt of sixptuieu iu
stamps, return to the tender one
shilling. The edreitisemeiit wns
published prominently enough to attract considerable attention, and it
naturally exoited remark. To most
person! it seemed t vory trahipurent
humbug, too silly to be called a fraud,
but there were a few curious individual! who determined to me
whether the advertiser wai a crank
of whether he had tome game, so
they sent on their sixpence. By
return mail eaeh one received a ihil-
lihg. A few diyi after the lame
advertisement appeared again in
several of the newipapen, and every,
body who bad tried it before told
all of his friends about it. The
result waa that several hundred sixpences were received, and next day
ai many ihillingt went hack, The
third time the adrertitement appeared the mail received by the
clever sharper wai limply enormous.
Letten came from all parti ef the
kingdom and from all torta of people,
high and low, rich and poor. The
rogue pocketed leveral thoutandi ot
poundi, and, curiously enough, neglected to make any returnt.
Messrs. Mitchell k Piatt, dmgeiBts,
I/radon. Ont., write, Deo., IMlH'we
have sole Dr. Tliomis Kclectric Oil since
its first introduction, and wo can safely
say, no medicine on our shelves hu hod
a larger ule, or gives better satisfaction.
We alway. feel nio In reeomiuendlng it
to our customers,
BALMY KANSAS
Ie Visited by a Terrible Blitsard,
One of the Host Severe Ever
Experienced.
Chamberlain's Marriage to Hiss
Endicott the Oreat Washington Society Topic.
Latest Election Returns Confirm
tho Bepublican Victory-Allow
in Connecticut.
oity.   It is to boa houso wedding, and
a very quiet event.
WHUT.
San Fluycisco, Nov. 9.—Wheat
very dull at 167'; Deo. 1644.
OhiOioo, Nov. V.—Wheat eteudy.
Nov. U4J; Dec, 11BJ; Mny, llfy.
Nsw York, Nov. V.—Wheat quiet.
Nov., Ill}; Dec., 113J; Mny, 119J
MASIIOM AFFAIRS,
Wiskh'Eo, Nov, 9.— Inthelejislatuvo
yiterdty the government ttinouncctl
that an apperl would be taken tgsinst
outit;;ei penetrated agai ist the pror.
1 ice by the .ederal government,   It !s
Erotable thtt a reque .twill be made to
ave the province elevated into a crown
colony.   Premier Greenway dwelt for
three hours on the charges oi corruption
■aa' ut himself snd the goverment.
MRS. JAY aor/LO.
Nsw Yonx, Nov. 9.—Mn. Jay Gould's
condition li critical.   She has had two
stroke, of apoplexy wlth'n two diys.
>as igRuxa in hexico.
El Paso, Tex, Nov. 9.—Leading .uw-
ob-nti of Me::ico are greatly gr.t'lcd
over the result of the presideutitt election
In the U.  8.    They predict renewed
Srosperity for ..ieir on J count'/ and
link the Mum ii of the protection p.in-
oiples intheU.i.. will not only strengthen
the ume doctrine I. Mexico, but will
better the chinco of having a treaty of
reciprocity between the two republics.
A STIOB ROSOgO.
Dowhievius, Cal., Nov. 9.—As the
stage from Camiitonville for th's town
neared a place called Hl__er Tent yes.
tevday, a mask- A. man appeared at the
top of the grade with a gun which he
pointed at tbe driver ana ordered him
to throw out the mail ba-rs ood express
boi, which" wrJ done, fie am. then
ordered le drive on. Tho box contained
a bullion bar end coin amountiug in nil
to about **,«''. The moil bajs were
taken away. Nothing has yet been
heard of th. robber although officers
are on his tnek,
THI C0MIKO WRODIKO.
Washixg.'os, Nov. 9.—Secretaiy of
war Endicott, speaking of tbe coming
marriage of hi. daughter to Joseph
Chamberlain, M. P., K.!d: "Mr. Cham-
berlai-i it now on hit way acrou the
Atlantic bound for thit country. I
eannot Itate tho exact date of tbo
marriage, bat the ceremony will be
performed within a few days, or a
week st tho mott after Mr. Chamberlain', arrival. The wedding will bs a
very quiet one. In all pro uability they
will start for the west immediately
after the mtr.-iage. They will go u
fir u'California md vitit the minolpM
pltCM of hterett Pa the United States.
A FATAL JUMP.
Pooohkiifsie, N. Y., Nor. 9.—
Stive Brodie, the famoui bridge
jumper, jumped from Poughkeeptie
bridge, now in coune of.erection, thit-
morning. He was picked up uncon-
sciout snd taken aihore,'whero it wat
found thit he had thne ribi broken
snd wu injured internally. Ho may
die. Tho aittance from the bridge to
the water wat 212 feet. The jump
waa mule for a wagor of |5C3 and a
gold medal worth the same amount.
CBAKOKS   01HM1SSKD.
Sts Francisco, Nov, 9.—The fivo
charge, of forgery againit Seneca A.
Swaim have been diimiited, owing to
iniufficient evidence.
THE   FRISCO VOIR.
San Francisco. Nor. 9.—Tho volet
of only tix precinct, remain to be
counted in thi. oity. Clerelanu*. majority is 2702. Batumi from the remaining preciuts will not materially
ohtnge thit.
THK SHARON   CASK.
San Fkuvcihco, Nov. 9.—There wat
another decision in Ihe celebrated
Shanm case thi, morning when tlio
e rcuit onurt decided the marriage contract null and void. Mn. Tony fulled
to appeal the cam. Tin timo all >w-
table for in appeal having expired.
Mn. Teny aaked fur a revival. Thit
was granted in the decielou to-day nnd
It i. now expected an appeal will be
taken to the U. S. supremo oourt.
ELECTION  FRAUDS.
BaarroiD, Nov. 9.—There it much
excitement nrer the announcement
that the republican rate onnimittte
claims the state in doubt, due tu glaring frauds thai liavo just been discovered. The republicans claim that
the mult I. in favor of Harriion.
The fraud it claimed tn be in Now
London oounly, the third congrattion-
al diitrict, In '; e vicinity of Preston,
Sprague, New London, Stonington
and Old Lyne.
vi-oinia zoo,
WnrauNo, W.Va., Nov. 9.--State
Treaturer Thinnpton, democrat, con-
codu the itate to Harriion. W. T.
Hubbard,    republican
ciiammuiain's WEDIUSi I.
Waehinoton, Nov. 8.—The much
ditputed international question it to
whether Hon,  Joseph Chamberlain,
M. P., of England, ood Miu Endicott
are engaged or uot is now happily and
pleasantly  settled.     Mrs.    Endicott
sent letten tnd notes yesterdsy in*
nuunciog to her friendi in this eity and
in  Botton the   engagement < f her
daughter.   She  alto called i,n   Mri.
Cleveland, Mrs. Whitney, -Mn. Do.
Dickinson and Mn. Villi to acquaint
them of that agreeable foot   The. day
for the marriage, will not. be. aimed-.—- --—— ™«™. -„.»... ._. .....*-
until Mr. Chamberlain arrive, iu tint ! ed by friend, who induced liiny lo re-
OREAT 8NOW6TORK Dl KANSAS.
Kansas City, Nor, 0.—The greatest
inowttorm ever known at thii iea-on
of the year began at three o'olook this
morning and ii raging with unabated
violence. The itorm Is genenl all
over the state.
LATECANADUNKEWS.
A mountod policeman named Cal-
reny was shot in a house of ill-fame at
Edmonton theotherday. His wounds
are serious.
O'Connor, the oarsman, lias tent tho
balince of hit deposit to tlio New York
Clipper for his raco with Toemor on
the 24th inst.
The tenders for the dry work on tbe
Saul! Sto Marie canal are doted. The
contract price eiceedt (1,000,000.
The canal will be 6,000 feet long.
At a caueui of the government members the other night a motion we.
passed declaring theJJKe Press no
longer the ei>****»**'*****feral  princi-
JjMklp.W jjffldruni, bookceper, of
•MHfg, went toWinnipeg under an
astumidjaune with 14,030 of hii em-
ployer'i qoney. He managed to ipend
the greater portion, when he wis vitit-
WHITECHAPEL FIEND
Again at Work-The Body of *
Woman Horribly Mutilated.
No Cine Found.
Agitation ln England to ttttM
the Government to HtRteu
the Paeifle Ct*Ie.
Parnell's Connsel Hat Evldeweto
Prove the Times-Parnell
Letters Forgeries.
.    congresti
elect, claim, Htrritou bu UK) npub-
lican plurality, md that the itate electt
a tolid republican delegation to congreu.
THE 11ESJLT IN CALIFORNIA.
San Fbanoisco, Nov. 9.—Latett return! ihow that Harriion leads Cleveland in the itate by ovir 8,000. The
poiition of the tupremo judgei it unchanged. Beitty, republican, for
chief juttico and Sullivan, democratic,
for associate, ire probably elected.
Tho first congressional distnet is still
in doubt, the seoond.is democratic, and
the fifth now looks that way. Tho remaining three aro republican.   The
turn and mako up the shortage.
The militia department will make a
demand on Winnipeg for the expemei
iccurred ln calling out the troops for
sorvico at the railway crossing. Sir
F. Middleton uyi that the city is
liable, but believes it w'tl reiult in
litigation.
Hon. G. E. Fotter dou not think
that the Sackville lettor auisted tlio
republicans. Hon. Mackenzie Bowell
attributes tho victory in New York to
bo in a measure duo to tho British-
American voten won over by Mr.
Cleveland's conduct
H. S, Remington, of the produce
firm uf Remington A Skoelen, taking
advantage of the {abience of hit ptrt-
ner Skeelen, inCowansville, where he
hod been sent by Remington to buy
butter and from whioh place he went
to his brother'i at St. Albans, has
skipped out, taking "4,000 to (6,000
with him.
The British Oolumbla government
declines to pay the expensri of the
Skeena river expedition. It is contended thit is the outbreak occurred
•mong the wardi of the Federal government, and ai it wu agiintt tho
litter that the Indian, complained,
the cost should fall on the Dominion
treasury. The amount involved is ?1'\
000.
Tho Manitoba legislature met yot-
treday afternoon, and promitet to be
intensely interesting. In the speech
from the throne hu honor will assign
the crisis in nilwsy matters u the
reuon for calling tho house together.
It will be ingguted that if the preient
uncertain state of affairs continues between the provincial and fedenl gov*
ernmenti in regard la the railway
question, an appeal will be made to
the queen in council to have our rights
under theiBritiib Nortb America Act
defined. It it unlikely thit any mention will be mide of retaliation on the
0. P. R . Intereiting developments.
In connection with chirgei made
iji'ntt the miniiten by the newipapen are expected.
Richmond. Council.
Council met on Saturday, November
: ,-d, reeve Kldd and all the councillo.a
being preient. Communication, were
read from the World printing ind publishing company, of Vancouver, requesting tbo council to furnish, synopsis of
the proceeding! of the counoil, and offering In return to forward to th. clerk a
copy of the World newspaper; received
and request granted; from W. k 3. Wii.
ton, of Victoria, respecting the survey
for location of rov.i adjacent to their
property, lignlfying their willingness to
our a proportionate ihireof the expense
of surrey, also calling the attention of
council tothe foot that, although con-
trlbut'ig largely to the fund, of the municipality, they hod not troubled the
council heretofore by urging their wants
aud des'res tttn-otlig improvements;
now thtt extensive improvements are
contemplated with tho proceeds of tho
loan, they ask the council to couLtrnct
a ditch tad roadway from the N. E. corner of section' 35, block 6 N., bloek 5 W.
touth to the south arm of the Fruer
River; received md the clerk Instructed
to reply; from Drake, Jackson a Helm-
cken, on behalf of A. C. Fruer, Esq.,
objecting to the council opening a rota
between sections 18 and 19, Sea Island,
as he had been Informed they intended
so to do; received sod clerk initruoted
to reply; from R. Gordon, J. Panons,
George Haugh, and T. W. Home, redden*, of Tel ra Nova, praying the conn-
oil to extend the publio road (now under
contemplation), welt along the river
acrou Air, Haugh's property, thus to*
commodatlng the whole settlement; re*
ceived and referred to tho road commit,
ter. Mr. John Sirr appeared personally
before tbe.-council and .tated that he i.
in great need of the road under eontroct
by K. Louder, and urging the counoil to
have the um. completed as soon u possible; referred to the board of worki,
Instructing them to >oe that the contract
1. signed and the work proceeded with
without delay. The board of works reported as follows: Contract let and com.
Sleted for three bridge! acrou  road
Itche. in ward C at $15 each, the coun.
eil to furnish material and pay freight;
AN IRISH OPINIO*
DiiiLiN, Nov. 8.-Jfr.'
Brian's United Irelcmd I
difference at the result of I
in America, u it uyi it hat friendi '
both camps.   The paper b inclined tc
think that General Harrison owes Mf<
election tn the Sackville affair, a. the
Irish voten su.pected Pretidaot <****e-|;-,,
laud of being friendly with Let* (fat- '
itbury.   Ituyt:  "While It Is im-sa-
ieri.il tn ihe Irish to-be atla ta taut
iho scale in .uoh contests, lta fail is -
regratiuhle thit il it so MiiiBi-in*)
and menacing to America.   The Irish
vote exists u a separate at>d menacing
factor in American politic., because of .
the fact that Ireland it withont home
rule rankles a. a spearhead In the re- _
lationi between the English speaking
races.   It would be oheap for Araeftce
8am Lee', contract completed; Kwong
Tong Chong's contract on rota No. *?
completed; Ah Lena contract on load
No. 4 well advanced; Lee Won's com
tract on road No. 7 partly constructed,
Reports received ana adopted and the
fallowing bills ordered paid: G. W,
Gilley * Co., $126.25; J. Dahl and others, 110; Wutcott Bro.., 150; Kwong
Tong Choug, -436.25; Lee Wong, 857.50;
Sam Lu, $100; Ah Len, $400. Moved
by Coun. Kilgour, and uoonded 'y
coun. Quigley, Whereu we have learned
thit the Hon. John Robson lion his way
to Ottawa, and believe that now would
be a favorable time to communicate with
aim, to further request him to org. upon
the authoritie. at Ottawa the necessity of
granting to this municipality permMon
to bridge the north srmtof the Fruer
River: Therefore, bo it resolved, that a
communication be addressed to the Hon.
John Robson requesting him to urge the
granting of the permission uked for; and
that the clerk be and it hereby instructed to forward the ume without delay.
Carried. The council adjourned to meet
on the fint day of December next.
H. Gladden, West Shenbrd, P. Q.,
writes: For a number of years I have
been aiUicted with rheumatism. Two
years ago I was attacked vory severely,
I Buttered a great deal of pain, irom I
which I wa. not free a day, until lait
...        . , .     taring, wyon I began to use Dr. Thomu'
senate u probably democratic and the  Eelecbtc Oil, andl rejoice to say It hu
assembly itrongly republican, I cured mo, for which I am thankful.
to ettablith home nde in Ireland even
at the coit of a war with Great Britain. ,
We will not comment on the value to
England of a settlement of the' Irish
question."
THE   WHITE0IIATEL  HOEMRER  AOADa.
Lonuon, Nov. 9.-Another mutilated body of a woman wat found thit
morning in a houte on Dorset st The
murder was committed in the woman's
own room snd the body was cat up in
a horrible manner. .This baraVmbt-
edly a repetition of the aeries of woman murden in Wlutednpel. Blood.
houndi have boen brought to the loot
and are working on the trail of the
murderer. The victim had a husband
but ted the life of an abandoned wo*
man. Her name b believed to be
Lizzie Fuller, nicknamad Maty Jane.
As she entered the house when ah*
lodged by menu of a latch key no one
uw the nun who tccompanied her.
Honceitit doubtful if the murderer
will ever be identified. Physiemni
who viewed the corpse reeerre their
statement until the inquest.
msraosT no rr.
London, Nor. 9.—The JajUv Seat
thii morning uyi: "The tariff agita- >
tion, tho oiheiiu question aad the
Lord Siokville incident all cmabined
are not sufficient to account for Cleveland'! overthrow. It most be due to
dittruit felt for the party How in
power. .a,-::-V
will prove the romniB,
London, Nov. R-Sb Ch.rk. Ruk.I1,
counsel for the Pe-n.llitu, anil call wit-
neuu to .wear tbat tha ffPimes' letters
were forged. He will ahow by eabq-ad
photographs sud a najlo ltntna that Is
tracing the signatures they flu isput -
ly stopped in the i' luna of writilf.
WHIAT.
Liverpool, Nor. 9.—Wheat estiar,
demand fair.  Cab. 8. 2d.
THE PACIFIC CARLO.
Loudon, Nor. 9.—A publio meeting hu been called to urge en parliament the odvitibility of pushing the
tutvoy for the route of the imposed
cable acrou the Pacifio ocean.
UTE DESPATCHES.
THIY qOARRELLED OVIR A WOMAN.
Dcloth, Minn,, Nor. 3.—Funk
Hayei, formerly manager of John P.
Clow, the pugilist, wu ihot in the
ttomach yeiterday by Fiiky Barnett,
proprietor of the DalMh TOaaaxat
West Superior. Th. .hooting wu the
result of a quarrel over a worsen.
Lut night Hayei was reported won*,
and hb bfe i. uid to be in danger,
CONFESSES  A MOTHER HUU>ER,
Los Angeles, Oal., Nor. 2.—Fred
Antclilag, now in jail here under ten*
tence of death for the murder of Mr.
and Mn. Hitchcock, of Elgin, III., at
Garden Grove aome uonthi ego, au
made a written confeuion of the murder of Juliut Feugh la September, .
1887. Feugh wu a neighbor of Arts.
chlag, who then naided in Butte
county, and Antohltg claims that he
was intpind to kill Feugh by two nun,
George Steuger and One Bardarr, in
order to obtain Feagh'i money. Steuger wu arrested in San Fnacboo ma.
torday. Barder'i whtreabeaU are la.
known.
politics hrlm tunoLAia.
Lebanon, Ind., Nor. J.—While E.
T. Lane and family wer* ia attendance
at a political meeting latt night burg-
Ian farced an entrance into their
dwolling and stole money, jewelry,
and clothing amounting to 1180 in
value. A. Wytong't hardware itore
hub alto entered ind some lira ana*
taken. A fifty-pound bowlder wu
thrown through the lira pUie-gb**
window in front, making a hole burg*
enough to enter.
Preacher (at Waif.' minion}— "Yet,
my dear children, you little know of the
bletsed influence, whleh now lurrouod
you. My ion it hen with me to-day,
nnd I will aik him for a leaf from hb
-enite. Steudup.ir^ am, and
so ill the children ean hut you.
.er. you led to the Sabbath
I    Prewher*, eon («--otly)-
experienw.   St*udup,ur/ ton, and.
ineak so ill the children ean but ]
How were ^     ' *  "
ichool1"  1.
'Bytheeir.'
At the la.t drawing of the Praaata
Slate Lottery Ui.grand prbeof «T.
000 went toaSilubn. Oirlt«moll*
hi. father won the graralptiuiA
forty yean ago, and Aeea m '"T
hit uncle won half tha aaiad tab
in the nme lottery. Berth* aaa
•tattling ooincidtnoe la tie waNt aSiT
ter b that in every huaMue It wutt*
ume number that *tf**i»4 itt rata*.
Ne Cu fet Hua-<<n Ihb k wZ.
final   answer,  Mb. __J__ZJ_» «E
•aaid. Waa M'-aaMtaM
yOlHtB     n -_(      w-Alt      H***f***MMIaaal
&^-^\*taES
submit.    V-i  ■»■.*» hwjulT
you that when a 1'
thlrty-ieren ihi'L _.. „	
herself u muoh anght after by a de-
sinble young man u ihe ones wul"
"It occurred ts me with a indden and
painful dittinotneat when you offered
i younelf jutt now," ihe replied. "Quod
night, Itr. Peduncle."—(Tnt'cago Tti-
I bunt,
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Mr, Moody, the deservedly great
and world-renowned evangelist, after
spending four weeks of devoted labor
in the three chief citiei   of   British
Columbia, fans taken his departure
from our shores.   Hu has not found
it necessary, like some of the faithful gospel-bearers of old, to ''shake
off the dust of his feet for   u   testimony against us;" for, according to
his own words, lie hus been well received wherever he has gone in the
province—he had not hoard an unkind word, which he considered remarkable.   This is so much to our
credit as a people.   Just how much
it says for us, however, it is difficult
to compute, owing to the fashion of
the age.    We receive the messenger
well now, as a matter of course, even
if we should trample the message
uuder foot.   In the  earlier   and
ruder—nnd, what if we should say,
honcster—days, the messenger was
very likely to shore the fate of  his
message.   If the latter was well received, so wat the former, and vice
versa,   Mr. Moody's testimony, how-
ever, if it does not predicate  anything deeper, shows that the people
of British Columbia are well abreast
the spirit and practice of ^modern
civilization, in general courtesy, and
in a generous appreciation and  respect for true merit.   But as to the
actual results—for Mr. Moody is a
soul-winner, and did not  come   to
British Columbia  to  win  golden
opinions or a cordial reception  for
himself—have none   received  tbe
message u well as the messenger I
So far u indications go, we are justified in concluding that many have,
and  the good work   inaugurated
by Mr. Moody is still going  on,   in
Victoria, in Vancouver, and in this
oity.   We ore informed that as a
result of the minion  in  this  city
alone, SO or 60 have   professed   to
have accepted the great invitation,
so far.   Besides the work  done in
the three principal centres  of  the
province, many have flocked thither
from the outlying districts to hear
the unadulterated gospel from Mr.
Moody's lips.   Those who have not
been able to  listen to  tbe   great
evangelist themselves have enjoyed
a  fairly accurate report  of   his
various addresses through the daily
and weekly press of  the  province,
which, without an exception, in the
three cities where the services were
held, haa done much to enlarge Mr.
Moody's audiences and extend  tke
scope of his work.   The grand  aggregate of results from Mr, Moody's
four weeks' mission in British   Columbia is too large and far-reaching
in its effects and consequences to be
taken in at a single glance, and, it
is safe to say, will never be rightly
appraised until that day when the
secrets of all hearts shall  be  made
manifest.   A great deal  hu  been
said about the teoret of Mr. Moody's
saocess; for, baring in view his object—soul taring and quickening—
it must be acknowledged that he is
and hu been wonderfully successful
everywhere, throughout his long and
honored career.   Those  who  hear
him soon find out that he it neither
learned, eloquent, nor polished. But
he it more than either or all of these:
He is genuine—without  a particle
of ahum or affectation in hit composition—entirely devoted to hit work,
for  the  work's  sake,  earnest  to
vehemence, and—what is not always
found associated with other virtues
—has a good ballast of sound, practical  common-sense,   whioh is also
consecrated to his Matter's service.
This muoh as a deduction from observation     If Mr.   Moody  were
uked himself, what wu the secret
of hb success, he would probably uy
that he wat merely a   willing  and
humble instrument working  under
the Divine agency; that,  like  the
Apostle Paul, whose writings he admires and   whose life  he  plainly
emulates, he it determined, by  the
grace of God,  to "Know nothing
amongst men but Jesus Christ and
Him crucified." And thit greet principle of Mr. Moody's lite, including all
the minor things, as the greater includes  the lets,   b, doubtless, the
real secret ef his wonderful tucoess,
u it  was of hb great predecessor
and joint laborer, St. Pauf.
HUtory, says an exchange, is full
ol the dangen that attend the inter-
ferenee of royil wives in their hns-
■kuuI'i politics.    Reigning queens
have been succeuful enough.   Eliza-
Jeth of Bngbmd, Marie Theresa,
Wttenne of B,U(sill| oml w present
queen, hive ihown that they  ean
•eleot wise oountellon and guide the
d-finiesof.nalBsjbut the  queen
"•^^•utory, when they have
jn-^wiathepoUtict of their
husband's cabinebj hire done a greet
deal of harm.   Henrietta Maria ex-
erofied an unfortunate influence at
tho court of. Onirics I.    Marie
Antoinette made hat husband  ad-
*"»*% uoixipolar. The lut King
*■ j"*f** •«• ■■•ried to a high-
2^^i?2&?*,W who in-
oc-BWhltKaKa^ t0 «_„«,,,.
t-eaaHe demands.   in   i-sfo  the
miodtelaredtohoriri-
•Wltlik{l^^th.t
tbeemptror,,|l, ttfeak^nd hardly
able to mount a horse, -would* havo
deferred the struggle had not his impetuous mul spirited consort urged
him on. It is'sonn-times said that
the influence of women on tlio politics of tho world would put un end
to war; but while they remain non-
combatants we greatly doubt it.
T'liuy are able to rcalizo sonic of tlm
rosults of war—the empty chairs,
desolated homes, the widowed lives;
but they never see its coarser consequences. Thoy never witness a
battlefield after the light is won—tlio
wounded, the dying, tho anguish of
untontcd men, the fearful spectacle
of human life trampled in the mire,
and all the grim and disgusting incidents of the shambles of war, from
the bloodshed of the day of victory
to the spectacle later on of unburiod
bodies mouldering in the sun. They
read novels and poems that throw a
halo around it all; they hail as heroes
the men who return; they listen to
the musio of the triumphal entry;
they watch the waving plumes and
the flaunting banners, and they invest with interest every man in the
victorious array. It is in this spirit
of unreasoning enthusiasm that
beautiful women on thrones send
bravo men °UK*|Muf and to bo slain
—stinging wiOtSBfeir*-taunts the
princes who hesitate, and rewarding
with their smiles the rash kings who
stake their crowns on tho iuue of a
day. Queen Natalie of Servia is
only the last of a long list of illustrious ladies who have burned their
lingers playing with the fires of polities and war.
The possibility of a coal famine in
London has caused a suggestion that
it would bo well to try if a coal initio
cannot ho found under the great
British metropolis. It is not only
very possible, but evon probable—if
they dig deep enough.' That is the
great obstacle, tho enormous depth,
with consequent expense and the
mechanical and other difficulties.
In boring for wells in various parts
of London they have already reached
considerably over a thousand feet,
without arriving at any sign of coal,
or indeed of the formation in which
it is to be expected. It is now suggested that by sinking still deeper,
especially in the southern parts of
London, where it is supposed that
the conditions would be most favorable, success would be achieved.
Even if unsuccessful, one or two
deep drillings would afford information that would be worth the expenditure. Whether or no London-
en will be able to draw their fuel
from beneath their feet, it is certain
that as the supply runs short collieries will be opened in localities
hitherto unsearched. Coal, especially in the Britiih islands, is found
chiefly in one geological formation.
Throughout large tracts of country
these coal measures in whioh teams
are likely to be found underlie later
strata which in places may not be
so thick aa to prevent either discovery or successful working. Thero
are many such localities where trials
might be made with a reasonable
chance of success. The Toronto
Empire, commenting on the scheme
of sinking for coal in London, Eng.,
says: "It is because the old settled
part of Ontario is of a geological
formation below the strata of periods
producing coal that the occasional
reports of discoveries may be disregarded. Our rocks are not coal-
bearing, nor are any strata that underlie them in geological sequence;
so to go to the expense of drilling to
discover coal is mere waste of
money," Such is not the case here,
however, where the conditions resemble more those in the "tight
little ule," and coal probably underlies the surface in nearly every
direction.
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Together with tho tame Select Coetrlc of
Comedians and DramaUo Artists
that made the bit hit In New
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E. D. STAIR,     - ■
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New Scenery I New Meets t
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W«rW-"The beat Comedy tn years."
/ftralil—"A oharrains Performance."
S. r. nlpp*--" A (teat piece and a bit
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Everything first-class nnd furnished In
good shape.
tt-k Send 15 cts. for valuable HO-imge Descriptive Catalogue with 6 beautiful colored plates.  Price Lists sent free,
O. W. HENRY,
dwdelOtc Port Hammond, B. C.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN.
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OP
XI the " Temperance House," fronting
on Columbia and Churoh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates:
Board per day. « ..« -....«.|I 00
"     " week  «... 5 00
Single Heals.    X
Beds »    25
ajuGood accommodation for Ladles and
families. mytto
Flowers for sale
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming « Specialty.
Dealer ln Wooden and Metalict Burial Gaskets* Funerals conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed In every particular.
dwoelte COLuHUA It. Nl* W«T.
Contract ReIM
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth «*• Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
KEW    WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding District,.
N. B.—A first-class Upholiterer employed.
iiauotc    P. PEEBLES.
WHYDOYOUPAYRENT?
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE HAVE FOR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Located, at Low Price and
Etsy Terms.
 JLX.BO—
Excellent BUILDIN6 LOTS
In Best Locality, on Easy Terms.
TO BE OFFERED FOR ONLY A FEW
DAYS.  CALL EARLY AND OET
OOOD SELECTION.
Mile RAND BROS.
Lorain Harris
<sc oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—AN»	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Proper!,,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And trantact all Botlnets relating to
Real Eitate.
— AGENTS, FOR—
IiORlRR '••R**R*tCOrfOMllM.
CanneetlcRt firo Imirsice Co.Rf
Hartford,
london and Lanc.inlre lire ittir-
ante Co.
Union Iniursne* Olce. U. (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St, New Wetfr.
41 Government St., Victoria
tWMU*.
Our Stock ef Machinery is th*? most complete in British Columbia.
MILL, MINING, CANNING
AND AGRICULTURAL.
It will pay you to call and intpeet the Roods
and get prices.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO., Front St, Westminster
dwno2to
NOTICE.
Canada Life Assurance Go.
PARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
JT Company, whose Premiums are nay-
able at Eastern points, can have the place
of payment thereof olmnged to this oity,
free of charge, by applying to tlie under
signed,
WW Hlihs taken ln this leading. Canadian Vsmpaay at most favorable rates,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Agent,
Dominion Lands.
JIT YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
Bat pay In fl
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained ln large orsmall
quantifies from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
3___T__T____,
WINNIPEO,   HANITORA,
OR FROM
THK BANK OF BBITI8H COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
: dwmiiflte 	
lunsUiins!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Am-aiiNitlon, Reloading Tools.
Fisblne Tackle.
ALL KINDS OF SPORTING GOODS.
RIM, mm MR) ALL OTIK* TRAP*.
II
A SPECIALTY.
A fine line of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods, <fco.
■atr The lamest assortment of Single
and Double, Ilreech nnd MusBle-loadtng
SHOT-GUNS ln the province, from $5 up
totioo, W.W. Greener Guns.
S. II. WEBB,
Auctioneer A Appraiser.
New Westmluster, B, C.       dwielOmS
North British and
Mercantile
FIBi
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED IBOO.
ARlkorlMu Capital, • «,OM,ooo
Subscribed " • i,5M,M0
Paid nn, •      e.5,000
fire Fund A Keterves, as
at Slat Dee., 1887,       •      1,188,111
Keve.ie Fire Brancb,    1.11MM
E^Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
T HAVE TH 14 DAY SOLD TO MESSRS.
I M anah an A Reiciienuach the whole
of my goodwill and Interest tn the Butcher
Business so long earned oh by ine. known
as the
LONDON MARKET; -
And In thanking my-customers for the
Ion-* patronage bestowed on me, beg them
incut respectfully to transfer tbe same io
my KiiceesRors.
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West., 31st Oct., 1888.        dwocSlml
IN THE ESTATE (*F-.
Donald MeGretfor
(Deckaskd Intestate.)
rpENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
1 tlie undersigned till noon on THURSDAY the Marl day or Novciulrar, prox.,
for the
3. w. Quarter of Section 6, Township 16,
Consisting of 160 acres, about 8 of which
nro cleared and fenced. There are about
140 Fruit Trees, most of them bearing, and
there Is a road to river  and railway.
There Is a man on the premises wbo will
sbew Intending tenderers over the property.
No tender necessarily accepted.
W H. FALDING,
dwoc2ltd Administrator.
CITY HOTEL!
COLUMBIA  STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAmTProprietor
171 ItAITH BEGS TO INFORM THE
£ , Public that he lins bought the Interest of Mrs. Bonson, who Ib retiring from
hotel business. Having thoroughly refitted and furnished ths House,thetmol-
llng publle arid residents of New wssl-
mluBter will Add this one of ths moat
comfortable and convenient hotels, conducted on temperance principles; situated In ,thR burliness portion of tbe oity
and commanding a beautiful view ot the
Fraser river. dwoelte
J. 0. JAQUES,
Agent lor New Westminster City and
Dlttrlet. ;ilJe2SI
NOTIOE
HENRY VTOMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCE!!, REAL ESTATE
-AHD-
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STRKT,
NSW WESTMINSTER,  •  B.O.
Opp. Postofflce and next door to tho
Bank of British Columbia,
PROPERTYFOR SALE
IS ALL rABTS Or TUB
Oity m* Stoat-lot nt u_m
Woitmlnitor,
-AHD—
CITY ** VANCOUVER
AQINT FOR .
Ike Cauda Lire iDt.ranceCo.,
Ike national fire AttirasceCo.,
Ike Norwich Union Fire Inmrance
Boclel*.
B**M*MMHBDi A.D., IBM.
E8TABLI8HKD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Heart* Oppoiite Ike Col»nlal B-4-J,
mm WESTMINSTER
THE LAHOESl AND  CHOICEST
auortment of all description, ol
MEATS AND VWETABLB
Constantly on hood, and luppllid to Am.
Ule., Rettauraina% Md Steamboats St ths
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
GREAT SLAUGHTER
ti.       atv     ,       _,. rjfvr-TT    '
STOVESLSTOVES!
I^SGOUfAAR & CO.
"ttAVE MADE SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN THIS
****- line to meet tbe different arrangements now in order,
and now offer the Urgent stock of HEATING and COOKING
STOVES and RANGBS ever imported into the Province,
AT PRICES THAT ILL ASTONISH THOSE
THAT WISH TO BUY.
We sell three carloads of Stoves to one sold by any firm in
B. C, which speaks for itself. Intending buyers will consult
their interests by giving us a call. No trouble to show our
goods, or quote prices.
E. 8. SCOULLAR & OO.
Wat** St., VANCOUVER.
Colnmbla St., WESTMINSTER.
dwnolyl .   .
H. T. RiAD & CO.
(Masonic Block, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Larger* Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARD-
WARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
We havo on hand a large stock of Magnetic Oxide Fire-proof Paint*
warranted 92 per ot. pure oxide. So high a grade sold by no other house in the oity.
■VDurlng the year that we have opened we have materially reiiuoett the prices of
every thine In our line, and hope by strict attention to business to receive n contln*
uance of tne publle patronage.   '   noldwly
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRON-WORKING
M«bia»ry to their Bnt beta, are now prepared to do all klndt of
TurnlBf, fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BLACKSaflTHINC, at prices considerably lower
than before.   It it our intention to have in the coarse of a few week, a
BRASS A IRON FOUNDRY
Banning in connection with our Business. We have the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee satia-
faetiran In workroaanhip M wall a. ption. We have obtained the services of a
First-Class Horse-Shoer, and* that part of our Butlnen will have tpeeial
attention. ■.,„•■■■
REPAIRS of oil klndt of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Imple*
monts, Wagons, Carrisges, 'Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will have
our bait attoatton..
I'aJflainlO PalntteK und Trimming done st re.sen.lle r.tea.
A larg. itock of Wagona, Expresses and BaggleS,of the best quality,
for sal.; "        '-'
We also keep hi stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE t OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria prices.
tr EtUinatet and t*avlcrs aiven on all kinds of Ironwork.    Call and inspect
our Stack and getonj; Prices, and you will save money by it.
dvr-ryMto                                      REID  S.  OURRIE.
  .. t          i     -.T—.        — '- P'--
Tht HEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
■__j_-tsr-_r_'__oirt_--___BB of
SALE
 FOR—     I
Sixty Days!
—OP—
-TA__ih_&:
DEMOCRAT JtiXPKSS
WAINS,
Buggies, PLastootv, Etc.
coiipmsmo    -   i
RVGOV OBAIt, SHAFTS,
PATBHT WBRO.R, POMS,
HUBS, RFOKM, HUM,
SlaBIOH JUJKMBKI.
uisRwji^niii)
FBLLOaS, BTO..BVO.
All tho.bove will b. told itoost te
cuh lot M day., a. wa woat to ntok.
room for n.w machinery.
Thi. .took haa b»n Imported dlroot
from tho manufacturer., and 1. of th.
very best quality.
_ma-%*d*}ia_m.
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH 6ANNEKY,
MRICVtTWftU tl ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Older.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATWES3 MW M8WTW,
P. I.—All ordtr. from the uppw oountry promptly attended to.
• .,, dwnolmg ^	
Douglas & Deighton,
MAMUFACTURERS AND IIM>taTnRS OF
HARASS. SADDLES and BRIM.ES
¥HIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC
Colonial block,
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noMwly .
_*_______•______      an i   l l |        i II*-
■*w
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM-B BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
!
Con>t4»tly>w Hind an Estuialv. Stook of
mxtm'm  4+, mo-*m-   mxrxwtm..
Or«t Varhty of Household ArHelei.   Also,
ORAIN, SEEDS, **OTATOB8; UME and  GENERAL STQBES.
R. B.-rarm Pmlua. boasht at mMaetrateaorwIdoneom-nliilon. aavOrdir.
ai Ih. Inierlor promptly attended lo. aw>8te
LONDON MAEKET
*"""""""*1    ^mW   ■****■•■    ■■■aaaaW'       -^RRB*    ^^ ai BBaBBW^^^^^^W*****P<***''*^^a\***B>aT*BnBRR^   a^^.
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBAOH,
WUCCESSOIIS TO W. B. TOWNSBND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINGS OF FRESH & SALT MUT
*JaWa-faT(aTfBa|Vj    a*""""""""""""**M*"J*"*tr    W*i**i**a
anolyl  '■' "   ■■.       ■   . asm
TO JENNY.
Do I low yon? Tesutlnoi
Jenny mine, 'tis hard to say,
* ur your charms, dear, come and SO
_  In the1 most perplexlhg way.
wii. n l warl-le at your feet,
ml   '.'Jane, toy, jmh, inr pretty Jfl-*\t)l"
Now. you nro iurj>assfnB«weet;
Than, anon, supremely plain.
Jenny, this Is sad and strange;
Jenny, why, O tell me why
Oonn'itdi'iiimichttBrluvouachanso
O'nr your lip ana ln yonr eye?
Cheeks thnt hud aperwhllkobloom,
Liko a kitchen mald'BArondi
Features so refined, assume
Quito an aspect over Jed.
Can present your other self;
As a baser kind o! twin.
Uut It may be thi
Darkened by
Beo a vision that
All the chari
-'—M»dwir«
, it made mo woo;
« and no;
All tho charms
Shall I love you? _„_„,
•m.^'fti!*6 £«"•■«¥ ot men,     ,
ffhll^hose oharrns. -fear, come and go
**^i__\*___Zm
t ,
AN ANECDOTE OF GREELEY."
How th. Fla. OM Man Started en eTat
tlotlo aawi,
Horace Greeley, at I. well known, wat
a very pronounced non-resistant, yet he
was ono ot tht most pugnacious nun In
the world,
Aourloui lastnoa otthli lucongruout
temperament aad Its isn't cam. nndar
tb.mlur'tcibainatfjn onon. oocatlon,
' It was tha Rihtral opinion that ths old
fellow wm a coward at hurt, and made
useot hll non-realttant profettloni u a
screes to protect himtelf from penonal
Injury at tha handi of an opponent..
It was a Sunday morning ln New Tork
at tbo very commencement ot the war,
Just after tho great Bull Run scare, and
tho Qovernment authorities at Wathing-
ton were frantically calling; for troops.
The Metropolitan Hotel, of New York,
then the great up-town exchange, wai
, Olledliyamotliyorowd.drlhklng.emok-
*** Ins and ilitcmilog the situation of belaa-
gueied Washington,
Among the crowd were several army
officers In full uniform, smoking their
clears aad criticising Lincoln as commander-in-chief In a sneering way, when
a commotion occurred lu the doorway,
and Oreeley, with hit old felt hat on the
back of his head, rushed through ths
crowd aud up lo the group of officer! and
addressed them somewhat after thla
itylll
"Why are you loaf lag about hen, you
miserable con.ru.' Why ere you not
reportlngjoursslves at Washington* Mis
li a retort for sknlNre. Aren't yon
ashamed of yourselves?"
The biggest (ellsw of th* group wu
terribly angry, and lifting hia heavy
•word, he thundered ont:
"Repeat thou wordi, old man, aad I'll
iplltyourikulli"
Greeley threw off ths old felt .hat, exclaiming!        '-*
"Strike a, won as you pita*; I natal
what I have already tald;" ~"
Every one pnitnt expwtid that tha old
man would he out downs tnitead, thi III-,
low turned on his heel, laying:
"Como away, boyi, I won't' strike tha
a—d lunatic."    —...„.     "
Greeley gave them one contemptuous
look, and took hit departure.
HE  WOULD  BE  MASTER,
i
A.N9LOJEWISH NAMES.
Wh.r* AstttTlMut Women Would Sot Be
*.. . at All at How.
The French rule InAlgltriba. Improved
ths condition of Arab women, by exact-
log vengeance from the huiband who 111-
treatt his wife too outrageously. The
tourlitwnoteei an Arabniarched through
the street, by mounted French soldl.ru,
will be told, If he Inquire, the mod's
offense:
"It Is hll wlf.,ho'ha.-oeto Mating; they
all do it, thete Arabs,"
Al th. Arab, buys hhavlfe, hs rsganl.
hir as his chattel,to be driven and beaten,
to bt worked and treated ah a'shm.
A itory Illustrates ths Arab'a method
of .bowing that hs Is muter in his own
family.    .   -..
An Arab chief, having taken an nffeo-
tlonato fanwell otJUihonaihold,dnwrtod
for Conitantine. In a few. day. he
nturntd, greatly excited, and bade, his
favoritswlfe bring hlm four potts and a
cord. Lathing her inth. posts drive.
into th. ground, be began to beat ber.
"What hu aha done)" aiked tha villas-
en, attracted by the woman's cries.
that at Conitantine he had at tn an Arab
woman accute her huiband of Ill-usage;
and thi Cadi, backed hy the ftenoh
rt«^W^*|f
"I felt that alt am mre la-dtad
through |tho» womanl" uelllmed the
chief. "And I am atiurlng myself, that
I, at liait, am muter In my own family."
A RAILROAD WITHIN THE AROTIO.
■at.rprli, •> Haa la the Kelghhawhood
atth.Xectl.Fo**,
An Important tnginierlng enterprlte
now ln progrtu I. a railroad In thi Arctle
Thi Bwedlih and Norwegian railroad
now building from Lnlea,outh. Gulf of
Bothnia, to Ixiffoden, on-the North Sea,
Is partly tltunted within the Arctic circle,
and 1. tome 1,200 mllet,f urther north than
any railroad lu Canada.
Aa Interettlng meteorological factatattd
ln relation to thla work It that th. snow-
fill Ii found to be actually len thin In
some more louthern latitudes, while thi
darknen of ths long winter sights hu
been partly compensated by the light of
thsiuron."
Thi object In vliw lu eonttructlog this
lln, li to tap th. eoormouid.po.lt. ot
Iron on In tb. Galilean Mountain., ths
approximate exhauttlon of tbe ore ln th.
Bllboa dlttrlet nnd.rlug very dolrablt a
n.w (.Id of non-photphoilo oretulUWt
for iteil rail maklna,  %m
Dea'l Be a Olaatl
"Lanra," eicl.lmed tha youth, as he
laid hia ana timidly on th. back of hw
SfeBM**^
"Will, Gwrgel"
George took hir Rand In his, iwallovnd
one* or twist tpatmodloally, and. proceeded: ,...,.
"to. wn* «"**-»r*4, hwii*ad,,un»e,
wheal yen will iota, day pranlw ln thi
light of high heaven to lore, honor, and
-er-clurlib, you will ut think me pn-
"\^*^J,h*»--***»»''^*
, "W.II,Georg»t"
" -If I ventun to claim the prlvllegi ot
'.lytaaldinlald her lead truit-
Ingly on the young man's ihouldir, a
tendtr light ihona In hir dreamy eye*,
asd hir fragrant breath iw.pt tbe check
_____^^_k___^^!^
mnndt
"Gtorg., dost* hi, a olat
Tribune. J***-"—.
■ 1    I    ilia.' ,   [I    Hi
fhe Mia with tke Best Mw.**.
Thin are eon* thtnji la tM. vrorid
that, we neves forgit-and the tax eol.
lector helpi squalue things by newt for*
gattlrig u«.-8om.rville Journal,
WaUClvU«HU..«l».U.
Hnuel?rW&^^^
Ihe Me.nlnau of Cowan, Hart, Lion,
s.ia-lu, Itrown, Wolf, Flaher, Ele. Pi •
It Is not quite correct to lay that Jews
ever eliaajge 'their, original names. In
tbe eytiaKogues tbey -bur throughout
their lives the Hebrew nsmes-ln tho
traditional Oriental form of So-and-so
son of Soand-se—given to them shortly
after their birth.
The Instability ot tho names by which
they are known to the world Is due to tlie
fact that originally, Ilka all Oriental
peoples, they had no family names, nnd
that -wherever they haw. congregated
very closely together tlu)' secular uso
of the traditional genealogical forms has;
been tenaciously preserved. In some
countries, such u Germany and Austria,
ipecial legislation hu been found necessary to compel them to adept fixed surnames.
As, at different timet, they have come
Into closer contact with tbe Gentile
world, they have themselves seen tho
necessity ot surnames; and It li not surprising, If,. under than elnumstances,
ume of them ihould have chosen the
mott sonorous and dlitlngulthed they
could find.
The foreign inrnimei and place name,
preterved by ths Jiwi of England form a,
•mall epitome of the history of ths It-
rielitlsh dispersion. Sldebyildiwith the
Hebrew Abraham are the Egyptian Motes,
and the Eogllth Mordaunt, thi Greek
Alexander and Margolin, the Latin Mar-
cm, and the Arabic Mocatta.
Those derived (rem mediant houae
Ito-utk^ir^T;^
Some of the occupation nanus aveta-
terestlng. Ropht It Hebtlw "for physician, and Rappoport Is a corruption ot
Bophe d' Oporto; Jalfon la Hebnw for
momy changer, and Mocatta ll Arable
formuon. _.
Mors strictly Anglo-Jewish an th.
natural assimilations of Hebnwand Jewish names to Eogllth form,.. Thus,
Coleman li a corruption of Salman,
which li an abbreviation of Kalonymoi,
the Oreek translation cf the Hebnw
JShem, Too (Good Name).
Bonny It derived through Bondl, from a
Latin translation of rom Tab (Good
-Day).
Phillips comes from the Hebrew Urt or
Meier, both meaning "light," through
the Greek equivalent Phoabui and iti
German-Polish diminutive Phetbnl.
Saville is a more natural corruption of
Samuel than Is generally Imagined, teeing that In Germany the Scriptural name
hu been shortened Into Sanvel, and In
England wo have the authority ot Mr.
Weller, ttnlor, to tpell It with a "w.."
Freeman Is from tbe German Frled-
maun, a translation and apoeopatlon of
Shalom ben Menach.m.
Hayman is derived through Hyman
and Ryan from the Hebrew Halm (life).
Jeuel ii from Bcheskel, thi Hebnw pro-
nunclatlon of Estkiel.
Yatei ll from Goeti, an ibbrtviatlon ot
Gottscbalk, which In Low Germm
muni "God'i tervant," and la a literal
translation of Eljaklm,
Among tlmpler cbangei are Cowan-*
Cohin, Ltwln-Levl, VleteiwAvlgdor,
Archer—Ashor, Jettop—Jouph, and
Soman and Slowman—Solomon.
Curloua Instances of mlsdlrectid translation, are afforded by the nam*. Merchant and Chapman, both ot which an
Angllclutlona of the German Kantmann
or Handelsmann. Originally, hornv.r,
neither of then names meant "mer
chant" among the Teutonic Jews.
Kaufmann Is a corruption of Kopptl-
man.ol which the first two lyllablu an.
a German diminutive of Jacob and the
third an abbreviation of Menachem, the
whole being a contraction cf Jacob ben
Menachem.
flandeltminn hu a similar klitcry, being derived from Elebuon ben Menachem, through Handi, a recognised German diminutive ot Elchanon.
In the tami way Beligman Is a contrao-
tlon ot Sells ben Menachem, and' Felber-
man a corrupted contraction ot Phoebus
(I'rl) bin Menachem.
Kntt, which one of then dayi will perhaps he Anglicised Into Cit, Is derived
from the Initials of Kohen Ttedek (print
of righteousness); Sebata, which In Hun-
nary bas actually been translated Into
Kiucz, the Magyar for "tnature," U from
Schli»ch Tzlbur (Menengtr ot the Congregation); Babid li from Ben Ab Beth
Din (Son -of thi Pretldent of tha Houn
of Judgment); Back li from Sen Kadch
(Holy Posterity), and whin th. name ota
town beginning with a It addad-at, for
example, Sera Kadoih Spey.r (Holy Posterity of Speyer)—It -oeoamu Saks, or
Sachs, which his been frequently mla-
tiken for an abbreviation of gaeaun
(Saxony); i-tlram li from Ben.. Rabbi
Moses; Bran (corrupted It*. Br.ua,.nd
troutlated into Brown), from Ben Rabbi
Nachman; Bard, from Ben Rabbi David;
Bersal, from Ben Rabbi Solomon, the
Levlte; and Bill, from BuB*MtJudah
theUvlte. V.'.-n, "
Thi uegttlcil nsraM traaan peculiar-
ly Jewltn. They emu* of equrul.nt.
for Hebrew nib. ' derived f»m collocs-
tiontln Blbllca!,
Thui the compaiitons. la IteoVt bleuing furnish equivalent, for Bnjamlu in
Wolf, for Jud.b in Lien, aad for Naph-
tall In Hart, Fltbir la. as equivalent
for Ephraim, became it wu fontold
(Gen.xlvlll.,19)that he ihould multiply
exceedingly, and the tub Is a symbol of
frultlulnett. Iti. also lomotlnua a ins-
atltute for Motes, beeauu Fhsraoh'a
daughter, In giving, him his name, uid
(Exoduill, 10); "For I dnw hlnj ontof
the water."
Goldsmith hat been som,timet adopted
u an equivalent for Url, on the itreugth
of tbe vene In Exodus (ml, i) which
deecrlbu Btulnl ben Hrl u "cunning to
work In gold." This lata. MM with tk.
Englltb family of Goldsmtd, which, ts
descended from a cirtatn Rabbi Vti
HalivL-St. Jamu Gautte.
Scrofula
Is ono of tho imiHt f-itul scourgoH which
nflliat mankind, it in oftou inherited,
but may be the result of improper vaccination, muri'iiriul -xiimin, uuuleanliness,
nnd various o! hor --uiimom. Olironip Sores,
Ulcers, Abaceuse-*, Canuerouu Hnmors,
. and, ln some cases, Eiiiai-iution and Consumption, result from ft scrofulous condition of tlio blood., Il'liis dlseaso can bo
cured by the uac of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. :
IinlieriM.aSc-^fulousoowlitioiiof the
blood, which caused a derangement uf my
wluile system. Alter taking lean tlian
torn bottles of Ayer's Sanaparilhi, I am
Entirely Cured
and, for the past year, have not found It
necessary to use auy medicine whatever.
Z am now in better health, -and stronger,
than eyer before.—O. A. WUlard,TlM
Tromont st., Boston, Mass,
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sores
for five years; but, after using a few
bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, tho sorei
healed, and I have now good health.-*
Elisabeth Warnock, M Appleton street-
Lowell. Mass.
Some months ago I was troubled wlti
Scrofulous Soros on my log. The llmt
was badly swollen and inflamed, and tht
•ores discharged largo quantities of often*
live matter. Every remedy failed unti
[ used Ayor's Sarsaparilla. By taklnf
three bottles of this medicine tlio sorei
liavo been healed, ond my health is re
itorod. I am grateful for the good it hat
[lone me.—Mrs. Ann O'Brlau, 158 Bull,
ran st, Mow York. ft
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
PNMrtd by Dr. J. 0. Ayer * Co., Low«ll,Uu-j
aold ly all DnisBlstR.  l'Fl-Ju»l;iUboUlei1«8
$200 RFWflRD!
WHEREAH CEHTAIN PARTIES have
licen secretly lining I>ynnmlte or
iither oxpli-Nivfci In divert!tm Hie water
from Vedder Creek mul milkingnrhnn-
nt'l lending Into the l.uck-ii-kiiek Hlver
from Vedder Creek, thereby cauitingan
InereaRe ot witter-In the I.uck*a*kuck
River-
We, the underslghflil, oftl*r Two Hundred Dollars Rewind tor Hindi evidence its
will lend to the conviction of said parlies.
Horatio Wkiiii, A. C. Wells, A. 8.
VSDDRR, WM. blUNCUKLOWKlt, Rout.
Rt-bvbnhok, M. MWKKTMAI*, -MHB.-J.
Kvans,R. I)iij'Him„(;.T. HiaatNsox.
November him, dwnolml
MUSIC.
MIIR *l. A. nURI'UN, CORN Kit HOY
nl Avouuo nnd HI. Amliew's Ht. (late
or i/HJilon, England), desires I'uplls fur
Hini'ln-; mid I'lmioforltt, I^HKOiisglvon nt
pupils' residence if preferred. Terms very
moderate. docfllw1!
ISTOTIOB
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TIUT
Vi Sixty days nfl«r (Kile 1 Intend mak-
ing iippllcitlou to Iho Chief Cf-uuniHslou-
er of li-uids and Works to pnreiini-c twelvo
U2) ucies, moro or let-s, of piistornl laud,
described as follows: Bulngasniull Island
olt Hiieltor Point, on Houtheast side of tlio.
entrance to Gillies Hay, Texada Island,
New Westminster District,
ARCHIBALD DICK.
October 20th, 1888. doCJJma
N°
the 5
SI6HTT.BLINDNESS
N.
USE  ONLY
STANLEY'S
CF.IJ:ilRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES
Itecoiiitiii-iiui'd  l,y Li'iiOInu CN-Ullsls ln
America.
3S. X-TJ-X. A, CO.,
almyaotc        Agents, NowWestmlnster.
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
Tbe Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
-|R. JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SYS-
J . tern of Medicines cures Paralysis,
jllndness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catiirrli, Ery
sipelas, Brlglit's Disease, Heart Dlsense,
Dropsy, anuTall chronic complaints, Pe*
vers^Smnll Pox,PUes,Dyspi,pHla, Measles,
Dropsy, anuT all chronic complaints, Pe*
vers,SmallPox,PlleK,DyspeiiHla,Measle-
Dlptherln, ('sneer, Consumption, Eplle
■y, Ulceration of Bone, WlifMpin^Qotigl
Cholera InfontuniiCroup, I'rfjlajisns Uteri,
and ill female complaints. Tho system
Is simple. The mediolne rebuilds the dls*
eased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and ferments .Organic Bodies and so ou which are
normally prepared In tbe body by the
glands. For sale by
dSuutc H. DE8BRISAY.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEBERY GIVEN THAT
. sixty days after dato wj Intend mak-
hir application to thcChl*#G»eiiniHtion-
erofXand.i and Works for permission to
purehase thn following described lends,
ig de
■fct, I
situate In Coast District, British Columbia, on Valdes Island: -        ,-•
1. Commenelng al the 8. W. corner of
__ot3i, Range 1; thence north 22 chains,
west S3 ohalns, to east boundary of Lot 17:
BQutbSQohnlns, to north, boundary of Lot
10; cast 80 chnlns, to shore line of Hoskyn
Inlet; thence northerly, following shore
line to pointof rxunmenceineut-coiitulu*
tng m acres.
2. Commenelng at the N. E. corner of
Tract No. 1. as above; thence north along
west boundary of Lot _4, 4\ chains, to the
M. W. corner of Lot 31; thence east ft
chains, to tbe-shore line of Village Boy
I>ake-tflr«M-U)QrUivily along, west-shore
line ot VIUataRay Uk*. atHiul «)cl<»lii».
toapolntwherooiirlseMe L crosses said
lake; thenre west C6 chains and 87 links,
south 80 chains, east 53 chains, to point or
commencement-containing 470 acres.
3. Commencing at the N.W. corner nf
Tract No. 1, as above; thenco north 80
ehalns, west 40 chains, south 80 chains,
east40chains-containing 3*20 acres.
ROYAL CITY riANlNG MILLS CO.
(Limited),
By their Agent, CiiaklesE. Woods.
New West, B. C, Oct. 81, ISSS.      dnolm2
-t-roTic-a.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have applied to tho Honorable
.___ Minister of tno Interior for a license
to out and carry away timber from the
following described lands, situated In
New Westminster District, B. C, bn tl|o
southerly sldoof Harrison lake, aud about
twenty miles from Harrison hot springs:
Commencing at a post planted on Halfway Point, mnrkod H. H. Mill; .lieneo
north, 70 deg. west, 80 chains; thence south
•111 cliitliiH to a posl; thence west 100 chains
tn a post marked N. W, pust, II. ft. Mill:
thenco 20 chains south-west- to a post
marked H. W.post, U.S. Mill: thenee 260
chains east to a post marked ft. K. post,
H ft. Mill; thenco along tho lake shore to
placo of commencement—containing 900
a' res, more nr less.
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Maiu-in A Son.
Dated October 8,1888. doeioml
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA*
ihifty days utter date wii Intend to
apply tothe Chic/ Coin inissionorof Lands)
mill Works for pormlsslou U> lease for
timber purposes thu fo lowing diwcrlht-d
land-", situated tit New Westinlnstvr Dlsr
irlet, B. C.,on the ifoiitherly side of Harrison lake, and about iwctuy tulles fronj
ilariisoii hoi. springs:
Coiniiieiiciiig id a posl pltiutu<t iU I ho
south-west corner of Plot No. Ono [I:] of
Martin A Son's a-.>plk-ailun fur the Harrison Saw Mills, dated Heplcmber 2JHi,
1888, post imii-kt-i 11. S. Mill; thenco US
chains nm li*, 71) deg. went, inn postmarked S. W. pout, II. H. Mill; llience 2Uchains
north-east to a post marked N. W. posti,
H.S. Mill; thence cast looohniiii to a post
marked N. E.post, U.S. Mill; theuce W
chains south to place of cohimencement
—containing about .too acres.
HAItRlMUN HAW MIIiI-H.
.Ins. Mai-tin A Son.
Dated Outobtti-8, l.-KS. docjiiml
^curxoB-
NOTlt!E IM HEHRBY n'lVEN THAT
. (Kltluvs nflcrtlute w« intend making
applica Ion in the chief Commissioner nf
Lund-** A Works for permission to purchase the following described lands In
CoaBt District, Province of British Columbia.
No. 1.—Commencing nt the N. E. corner
of Lot 84, Range 1 (Valdes Island); t hence
east ten (10) chains, south to shore lino of
Hoskyn inlet, thenoe northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn inlet and Village
bay to the S.E. corner nf Lot 34, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement —containing about ""
acres.
No, _   _	
head of Village bay, Valdex Island, con
talnlngnboutonetl) acre.
New West., B O.-sept. 10. ISS^
ROYAL OITY PLANINCTmILLB CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsellni'2 Charles E. Woods.
NOTICE.
rilENDKRM ARE INVITED FOR THE
X North-west iiuart'>r---ieclioti of Mcetlou
ll, Townsblp.fi, Tbo higiiostor any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders will
bcrooctvod up lo noon, Novkmher2I8T,
1888. To be sent lo
J. KLLWOOD,
Administrator for Estate of James Mums
[Deceased).
Now Westminster.
Or b» W. NOttMAN H0LE,4.L\
doc22td
O
We
,v/MVERNMtrlfST
*•*   VICTORIA BJ.
Tbe Largest and Finest Seleetion ef
PIANOS & ORGANS
In British Columbia, from tbe Best
Makers In the World.
STBCK
Mason & Hamlin*
■Al'ft A to., Now York.
HCHIIUERT -ft €»., New York.
HUM and ROMR-tKR. Berlin.
UONINIOX, KUMMU A other Pianos,
iu. Pianos from tM upwards; Organs,
from  $50 upwards.   Old  Instruments,
taken In exchange.   Tuning and Re-
I pairing.
».   PBTBRB,
72 0OVKBNMKSTST., VlCIORIA.
Branch Housr*, Vanccmvcr. B,C.     dwlc
NOVXOS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application will be made at ihe next
session of the parliament of Canada for
an act to incorporate a company fur the
purpose of construct! iig, go ui-,ping, main*
lainlngand- operating a llneof railway
from the Cily of viflorln, Brlllsh Colum
bla, to soint* point or points nt or nenr
Shoal Harbor and Swartz Bay, North
Hit .nidi, Vancouver Island, and of extending tho said railway by ferry coinmu-
ons fntin iho said points to all or
nny of the following points on tho mainland of British Columbia, vlg: To some
Kdnt or place ator near Qa- ry Point, Lulu
land, as woll us to some oilier point on
tho south side of Eraser River ator near
I
Wouldn't Drink An,.
Old Jefferson Catnip, upon lilt list
Tltlt tn thi city, wut with a blind to a
reataurant. wulletht-wtrtilttlngata
table a young fellow, carrying a lawk
tennlt racquet, came Into tbe room.
01dJefferKin,afterr.gardlngtb.inttra-
ant for a f.w moments, turned to his
endahdeildi
"ab|n, dinged if I'd drink any milk ln
''lr^ynot■*•     ;
"WhynotflpoliUn**,) Jtstloek at the
Arkansaw Trav.Ur.
'   Just tke Dlff.r*oe..
Gubbini In one of the rare inntneiitt he
dnotet to the cultivation ofjhls lin.-IU-.-l.
was reading aloud from a work bn nuiui al
hlttory.
. "Thi camel It an animal that can work
a wMk withont flrlnklng."
"AM *,'! remarked^-nklkt, commt nt-
ing nfjoifr the test, "I am an animal Unit
•an drink a w«k wltkeat WBrklug."-
Jndge. , ■ '
Bow It 81.1k.. a Stnager.
"What are yon dol«g*» deumialal a
g	
knob.
'Say, mister," replied the countryman,
atralghtlulng up, "th.r.% anthla' the
rnatt.twilhyourdoae-b.il, Tli.knob'i
got pnlltd clear lute tke baW."
Ithies tifekienitolrymanwho we.erltle-
lly examining the former', electric btll-
Iho Katt.r with Wlil.k.j.
Whiskey am lie eauae bb al yore
troubles an' sorriri," replied Jim's tpirlt-
naladviser.   ... -
I'DtVi to. Ptrlon. %_ tenia atlahty
troubled wheh I hain't got any obh%"r
TeiM Sifting!.    «....^_. !.
M. A. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST RRCE1VEI) A FDLL LINK
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Overcoatlng,Trouscringand
ftmcy Vesting.
MT We keep a large ami select stock of
.voryihlngthat Is found I"	
Tailoring Bstabllsbmsut.
everyth log that la found In any tint-class
"-"irliigRs-iabHBbmsut.
OPP091TI OOkONIAL HOTIL
Coldubu St., t- New Wmtiiinsti-r.
,       . t.     j        dwmhMtc .,
HMlf» AHB PL1ABVR* KRS0I1.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
Rwlmmlng, Vapar and rrlv'alr Ratlis,
With iaperteneed Atiendnnt*.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT   SEPARATE.
Termsf 91.50 to |>.00 per day.
Only S miles from Agasslx station, C. P.
S. Reduced B.R.and Stfambost rates,
icurslon ratea good for 90 days from
WeBtut.li. star to Agassis Station nud re-
tnm, **. Satnrday excursion rate, good
until following Monday, W.60. Comfort
able Stages meet aU -
be obtained at R.R.01
Tickets can
dapajtc.-w
is-roirios.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, we have made application to the
.jonorable the Minister of the Interior of Canada for a lease, for Umbering purposes, on the following described tracts of land situated In the
Dlslrlct of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vl**:—Commencing at a
post marked J. Q. R. aud J. McL. 120
chains, about northwest from tbe outlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's application; thence
west 240 chains, more or less, to a post
marked 3.Q. R. and J. McL.,R.w.; thenoe
north 80 chains to a post marked J. O. R.
and J, McL.,N.E.; thence west 240 ehalns,
more or loss, to a post marked 3, ti. R.
and J. McL., N. W.j thence south 180
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
0. & and J. MoL., 8.E.; thence east 40
ohalns, mon or less, to a post marked J.
G.R, and J. McL., S. E.; thenee sonth SO
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R, aud J, MoL., S. W.; thenco east 40
chains, mon or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. nnd J. McL.,'ft. E.j thence south 210
ohalns, more or less, to a post marked .1.
G. R. and J. MoL., S. W.f thence east 320
ohalns, more or less; to a post marked J.
G. II. nnd J. McL,, ft. E.; thence north 160
chains, more or less, to a post mnrked J.
G R. dud JT. MoL., nenr Brunette Sawmill
Co's application; thence along said application to the place of commencement.
Also Section &, the west half of Section
85, and tho east half of Section 27, all ln
Township Twelve (12), District of Now
Westminster, Province of British Columbia. -*UlA.-'
JAMES Oi ROBS,       ,
james mclaren.
By their Agent,
C. D. Rand.
New West., R.C.,28th Aug., 1888. dlmlSoo
OAIlXl    ttmS.'m?
JAMES USE'S
OLD STAND,
Opp* ihe 0. P. N, Co.'s Wlmrr,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
oxiOTEcnsra-?
Millinery,
Ladies'& Children's Apparel,
firoeerlcs* Crockery. Cord-
age, Ac.
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Grain, Feed, Ac,
FARM "PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
JAMBS   CTX0ZI,
PltONTSTniKT,    •     NKW WESTHINBTBR.
dmyffilml
Canoe Pass nnd to mine other point at or
near Point. Roberto aud also of constructing, maintaining und operaiing one or,
more lines of railway from any or allol
the aforesaid points on the aaid mainland
to the cities of Vancouver and New West*
minster and to Iho International Boundary line so-as to connect with the Canadian Pacltlo Railway or any branch thereof and with the railway system of the
United States with the usual powers to
build, own and operate a telegraph or
telephone llne.or both in connection with
the above mentioned lines and ferry, and
all necessnry bridges and ferries and to
build own and operate ateam and other
vessels and to lake aud acquire lands fol
the rlghtof way. Station grounds and other
necessities and to acquire lands or olher
bonuses or aids from tbe Government of
the Dominion of Canada or any Local
Government or Municipality Corporation
or person to assist In the construction of
the said railway and ferries and to make
traffic and other arrangements with other
railway or otber companies and for all
other usual and necessary powers, rights
and privileges. YATES 4JAY.
docHOmg    Solloltorsfor the Applicants.
GHAN6E OF TIME.
,N AND AFTER SUNDAY, HTH IN-
stout, Trains will hit! vent and leave
eshnl lister as under:
ARRIVE!
Local, fiom Vancouver 11,20
Express,from Montreal A Vancouver.. 14.10
Local,       "     Vancouver _ 20.00
LEAVE:
Local, for Vancouver 7.40
Express, for Vancouver A Montreal. .18,00
Local,     "  Vancouver 10.00
Thero will bo no connection for Van
couvor on Saturdays or fog. Montreal on
Mondays by train leaving at 13 o'olook.
H. ABBOTT,
dno7ir> General Superintendent.
NOTICE.
illHB UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
X duly appointed Receiver of the Estate und Eltects of the Nicola Milling Co.,
with power to sell the same, will receive
tenders for the purchase of thesaid Estate
and Effects, consisting of Hotel, Ha**- Mill,
Grist Mill, Horses, Harness, Trucks, Implements, and (Ml acres of Laud, moro or
loss, situate at Nicola Valley.
Tenders will be received either for the
whole Estate or lu three separale lots, viz:
Loti,—Grist Mill and 154 acres of Land
(more or loss).
Lot 2.—Saw Mill and 610 acres of Laud
(more or less), Horses, Harness, Ac.
Lot 3,—Hotel ond lSOacresof Land, more
or less.
Plans of the Lots ean be seen ond fur
tber Information obtained from W. K.
WOODWARD, Nicola, or J. 0. PREVOST,
Victoria.
Time for tendering will explieat 12 noon
on the 30th day of November. Terms
Cum.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
 Jlt?ot-lv-jr.
October 20,1888. tlholtd.
[Kamloops Sentinel <:?py].
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application will be made at tbe next
session of the Legislative Assembly of
British Columbia for nn act to Incorporate
acorn puny for the purpose of constructing,
equipping, maintaining nml operating a
line ofrailway from the City of Victoria,
British Columbia, to some point or pointi
»t or near Shoal Harbor and Smurta Bay.
Nortb Saanich, Vancouver Island, and of
extending the aaid railway by ferry com*
mnnteatlons from the said points to all
or any of the following points on th*
mainland ot Britiih Colnmbla, via.: To
some point or place at ur near Garry
Point, Lulu Island, as well as to some
other point on the sonth side of Fraser
River at or near. Cauoe Pass, and to some
other point at or near Point Roberts, and
also of constructing, maintaining and
operating one or more lines of railway
from any or all of the aforesaid points 011
tbe sold mainland to tho cities of V*»u-
cnuverand NowWestmlnster, and to the
International Boundary line so ai to con*
nectwlth the Canadian Pacific lUllwa*,
or with any branches thereof, and witS
the railway system of the United States,
with the usual powers to build, own and
operate a telegraph op telephone line or
both In connection with the above meur
takeand acquire landi for the right of
way, station grounds and other neceeslr
ties, and to acquire lands nnd other bonuses or alda from the Government of the
Dominion of Canada or any local government or municipality, corporation or person to assist lu the cow struct ion of the
snld railway and ferries, and to make
traffic and otber arrangements with other
railway or other companies and for all
other usnal and necesnary powers, rights
and privileges. YATES A JAY,
dooSOwO    Solicitors for the Applicants.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In tho Enst and elsewhere very considerably, we are In n position to give prices on any class of Machinery that mpy be required, Including]
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Boilers, Planeis, Matchers nnd Moulders,
Butt*! Planers, Wood Lathes, Hand
Saws, Blind Machinery, fjntigo
Lathes, Shaping Mnnhtni-s, *
Shingle Machines, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two. Three nnd Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Hand Haw Mills, Poilnbln Engines and Boilers, and Hoisting
Engines,   Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery, ?
Brick Maohines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make.
M'Avlty's Patent Bollf
nnehortnotlw'.as *
Oils, Axes and Hdgo!1
Sleom pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles mako also on hand.
Isrs supplied
1 Paints and
  -.  of the celebrated Broad mako, Wire Rope, Plumbers nnd Steam Fitters Supplies, Ao.
We nro sole agents In this Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Englno Co'y, whose
Marino work cannot bo oxcnHen, as nut-
fits wft lmve furnislted here will testify.
FRASER &LE0NARD,
Oauaule St.,   Opp, N«w«-ABY.rtli.r,
VANOTUVKR, B. 0,
dwfeMe
■»ANY MAN*—
Who is Weak) Nervous, Debilitated,
wbo In his Folly and Insranee has
Trifled away bis Vigor oT Body, Mind
and MaMho«d,cnuilng exhausting drains
upon tbo Fowntatns of Lift, Head*.
aehe, BaeAaehe, Dreadful Dreams,
Weak-atf■ of Memory, Baek-flalMsi In
•nflltty, PinpUi upon the wmme and
alt the ■ flbeta leading to Early Deear,
Conaamptltm or lasaMltrt will find In
our Specific Na 23 a Pasli vel'ure. It
imparts Youthful Visor, restores the
Vital Power in old and young, lengthens and Invigorates the Brain* aad
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into aetlon the whole physical energy of tbe human frame, with
our Speolflo No. 29 the mott obstinate
case ean be oured In three months, and
recent ones In lens than 80 dayi. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Pricefc Cures guamnteed. OurSpeolSe
No. Uli an Infallible Vrara for all Private Diseases, no matter of how long
itanding. Solo underourwrlttenawai**
ante* to effect a Care. Price $5. Toronto Medici uo Co., Toronto, Ont,
Holbrookjstate!
SALE   03-r
Valuable Property.
fllHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
X are offered for sole, In part or whole;
LOT 5, BLOCK S. Columbia nnd Front
streets, 60x131!, with 0 stores thereon.
LOT 23, BLOOK lS-fl6xl32-Columblnaud"
Clarkson streets.wlth buildings thereon,
LOTS 12 A 13, BLOOK 5, Mary street; 2
acres, with hard finiihed bouse and
orchard.
% LOT 1, BLOCK io, Columbia street,
WxI32.
LOT 34, GROUP 1, Vancouver road, containing 280 acres.
■WTbe above Property brings In a rental of fffle.oo per month.
For further particulars and terms of
salt, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
New Westminster, B. C. doc2Stc
UVEI-OT
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAKGE AND WEIJ. ASSOETBB MPQOKOf
OX0   affc    aj
Which 1 will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I have also made a large addiUoa enaqp
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, ka. An iinpecMon of nw
Stock will satisfy any today that I liavo the liebt assortment to be fonnd la teas
oity.   CUSPCOM WORK promptly attended to.
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Public Notice
mHE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
1 Is hereby directed to the "Provincial
Health (small-pox) By-Laws, im," Issued
by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council,undoranthority of Ihe "Health
Ordinance, 1868.'*
Having been appointed Provlnolal
Health Oflicer for Districts lying south of
Fraser River, I hereby give notice that
the provisions of said By-Laws will be
strictly enforced, and all persons nre required to govern themselves accordingly,
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
Provincial Health Officer.
New West., Oct. fl, 1888, docSral
.n
WMirnu
That dread terror, a disease so long
balling science and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing lo
eun. Now it is uo longer an Incurable malady even when given up hy
physio!ani/health oan yet be found In
OUR REMEDY: ll heala and loothes
the membrane of the Lungs, Inflamed
and poisoned by tho ravages of this
fell disease, ana prevents the night
sweats and tightnoM noross the chest
which accompany It.  PrloeH
OURE8   QUARAMTSID.
Toiouto Mediolne Co,, Toronto. Out.
OUR KLK0ANT PIBMRATHMg,
Remember we manufacture and are the
sole proprietors of the following specialties, and that they ean be bad from no
other smirce. THEY ARE NOT FM Ull BY
BGfSTS. Correspondence strictly eon*
ntiitl. Consultation upon all chronic
ili«f    invited.   HO CMAIfiE eac-n-4 '•-*
medicines. All goods sent stoure from
obRiiivulion. Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, on I.
HAIR COLORING.
Our magnificent preparations aro warranted perfectly harmless. We. prepare
the following colore—the finer shades
arise from tlio hair Itielf: Black, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut. Gold Blondo, Ash or Blonde
Cendne. Send sample of hair when ordering. Price, 92 per bottle, Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify which you
require; we guarantee them 'to give entire
satisfaction. No. 8 Imparts to the skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and caunot be detected, 11,95.
No, 9 removes wrinkles, KL No. 10 removes Liver Spots, 11.25,   No, 11
Flesh Worms,  (I.e.    No.   12 	
Freckles, |1.25. No. 1.1 removes Pimples,
11.26. No. 14 removei Tan, 11.25. No. 15
removes Moles, $2. No, 16 removei Poek-
marks, 12. No. 17 removei undue Portpl*
ration, $1,25. No. 18, an absolute unfailing
speolflo for the retention, development or
restoration of the Hair, 11.25. Toronto
Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont
THE BUST.
No, 10 Is a omblned internal nud external trentment wbloh speedily develops
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous nature. Is entirely
harmless and certain in results. Prloeli
Toronto Medicine Oa, Toronto, Ont.
IL.8.1       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR-
IN COUNCIL,
Ukdbb tub Authority of the "Health
Orbijiasck, 199V
TTI9 HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT*
IT Governor of British Oolumbia, by
and with the advice of tbe Executive
Counoil of British Columbia, acting under
and by virtue ol the provisions of the
"Health Ordinance, lim." enacts as follows:—
1. Whenever small-pox Is present In any
locality wdhout the boundaries of any
Municipality, the Provlnolal Health Oflicer nearest to suoh locality shall at onco
cause tbe patient to be removed to nu
Isolated hospital, tent or other suitable
place, or cause such person to be otherwise sufficiently isolated, and shall see
that he is properly cared for, and shall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, If necessary, the destruction of all
.clothing which may have been exposed to
the contagion, and for tho disinfection
and purification of every conveyance,
rall*car, steamboat, railway, vessel, car*
riago.or other vehicle whioh ntny have
beon exposed to the contagion.
2. Such Health Oflicer shall have In his
discretion, full power to plnce in another
building or tent all persons who may have
been exposed to the contagion, nnd shall
cause them to he supplied with all necessaries until tho peifod of incubation of
the disease ihall have elapsed, and no
such, person shall go, or be permitted logo,
abroad, until he or sho has given satisfactory proof of successful vaccination
within tho preceding seven years, or shall
have obtained a medical certificate of insusceptibility to the vaccine dlsoase, nor
until the clothing or effects worn or carried by or with him or her havo boon
properly disinfected, If tbo lauto havo
been exposed to contagion,
ft. To assist the Health Officer, ho shall
have full power to employ persons to bo
nurses,sanitary policemen, andothe- wise
to aid In tho prevention of tho spread of
the disease, nnd may himself glvennd enforce snch rcMiniahln dl feci Ions tor the
same purpose as to him may seem expedient, and the nenrest Govern mont Agent
■hall lee that all articles and necessaries
required by the Health Officer are fur*
nlibed.
4. R shall be the duty of every medical
practitioner who shnll attend upon, or
give in ml lent or surgical advice, to or
about any person su tiering from smallpox, to give notice forthwith after heiball
have commenced so to attend or give such
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Oflleer, When a householder knows thnt
a person within the houso occupied bv
him Is taken sick of small-pox, lie shnll
Immediately glvo notice thereof to the
nearest Provincial Health Officer,
5. Tho Provincial Health Officer before
mentioned la and Includes any person
appointed Health Officer under tbe
''Health Ordinance, 18(111." by the Lieutenant-Governor In Counoil.
6. The foregoing provisions shall have
no oft'ect within the limits of any Municipality, save as hereinafter mentioned.
7. In case the Counoil of any Municipality, whenever imall-pox Is present, or
likely to oecnr therein, shall fall to make
or carry out proper provision! to prevent
tho Invasion or spread of small-pox within the Municipality, and complaint thereof shnll bo marie lo tho Lieutenant-Governor by the Council of any adjacent
Municipality, it shall be lawful for the
Lieutenant-Governor ln Counoil, Acting
upon auch complaint or In his discretion
upon other Information, to order that
these regulations shall, until otherwise
ordered, apply to and bo ln force within
the Municipality tn whioh suoh nigloot
occurs, and thereupon any Provlnolal
Health Officer shall have, within nnd In
respect of snch Municipality nil tho authority with whleh he is clothed In respect of localities without Municipalities,
and ln suoh case all disbursements and
expenses paid ■•*. the Province, ln the
earning out within such Municipality of
the foregoing regulations, shall be paid by
Buoh Municipality.
8. Theso regulations may be cited as tho
"Provincial Health (small-pox) By-Laws,
Dated at Victoria, this 3rd day of October, 1888.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Proilnslnl Secretary.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Ca«lerUl.»,w.U>Upl»d to children ftall Carter*, eraaa Oillft W-satlpalloti.
lr~>ara«edUMei«anll>rl«enrprav=rl|itl«
kaanmtome."     H.JLi____,_t.V.,        I siui^,?Tms' ********* -    9t___mnaw
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Tea Crane. Ctnreiirr, 77 aTurraa. flbint, tt.%
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGUND.
The Businesa oi ALLSOP k MASON hat been merged in the ibore CJrnmranT
and will le carried on by the Company from thi. date at a general Iatidlmaaatat
and Jnsarance Ages sy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratea. Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria B. C, May loth, 1887. rtt dwje-U
TI*M*ETAJBL"E3
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chilliwhaok and wayplnces
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m.. returning on the following days. For nil turthei Information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyOtc On the Wharf.
1
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TDBM OCT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BIOS
At Special Low Rates.
Jrijiij wd All Sidi tf Ttuia;
Bit CM
the City.
Done at Shortest Notice.
cwdwoad delivered to any part of
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
-HTStablei nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbia St., NowWestmlnster.
djallto      QILLEY BROS. ruon.
Feed.LiveryiSale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
rROPBIBTOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HOUSES
for Hire. Hacks call at all Stoamors
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo loft at the Office of Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants.
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E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
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aocMMaite space occupied ond duration
° Mdfea'ialM, "hen dl.played.otiarged
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l-WSr "nVeaeh luSertlon. •special.'
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Kill Notices, Births, Marriages and-
Death", same rates as ually.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
I
Fine weather again.
The county court finished Its sitting
yesterday.
freth Eastern Oysters by the can at
R J. Armstrong'!. dse26te
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Club. *
The itr. Irving left for Chilliwhack
thit morning with 26 toni of freight
and a number of passengers.
Two nice rooms to rent in a private
residence, furnished or not. Choice
locality.   Address P.O. Box 1C5   3t
The itr. Prineeu Louise cleared for
Victoria thii morning with 40 passenger,, md 45 tout firm produce,
At Iho police court thil morning a
Chinaman named John was nntenced
to 6 monthi In gtol with hard labor
for supplying intoxicant! to a Fort
Langley Indian named Luuit.
Hr. W. E. Falet laid on our table
latt night an apple of the Alexander
variety weighing 17 ounces. For thii
particular variety 17 ouncot is considered muoh above the ordinary.
Hour*. Bittolfe, Polk and OU, late
of the Spanish Students, will entertain
the lovers of good music at the Colonial thli evenlne it 7:30 o'clock,
Their playing It said to be a rare treat.
Hundred, of persons who have used
Ayer'. Hair Vigor attest ita value, as a
stimulant aud tonic, for preventing and
curing baldness, cleansing the saalp, and
"oring the youthful oolo
gray hair.
restoring the youthful color to faded and
pu
Ui
Owing to the largo accumulation of
negative! we thall lie obliged to destroy a portion of them, parties wishing
duplicatei from their cabinet negative!
will plette order at once.— Thompson
ABoviU.
The fiih mirket it not very well
•applied »t prennt owing to the lick
of ialmon. Deep tea fishing will soon
be at work and then black cod, halibut,
flounders, etc will be ut cheap and
plentiful at tturgeon.
To-morrow night at Hering't Opera
Houte l grand boxing and athletic entertainment will be given by Professor
Foster of Vancouver. Indian . club
twinging and juggleiy will be,,,among
the features presented. .',..-
Skin iliscases cannot be successfully
treated by external applications. The
proper way to cnre such complaints is to
-unify tbo blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Jnder the vitalizing influences of this
medicine alt the functions of the body
are brought into healthy action.
Wo hive been asked to call the attention of young men who have no
particular place for spending their
spare time to the fact that the Y.M.C.
A, roomi on Columbia street are open
all day md until lite in the evening,
and they ire invited to enjoy
Ihe advantages of the free reiding
and titling rooms, where will be found
all the latest .papers and periodicals, aa
well at amusing and entertaining
garnet.
By the new 0. P. E. time-card, the
Victoria people coming to New Wettmlntter will lie able tn take the Vancouver beat, hare tu hour in Vancouver going, ono hour and ten minutei
in New Wettmintter, and be able to
get tack to Victoria, via Vancouver,
thi nme day. New Westminster people going to Victoria have a choice of
two trains and un leave at late at 13
o'clock each day and arrive at Victoria
the tame night.
Fatal AeeMeal al Wellington.
On Mondiy hut a miner named Gus-
lava Nelson, a large, powerful man,
aged 31, lott hi. life in the No, 5 thaft
of the Wellington collieriei by a fall of
rock from the ronf of the mine. At
the inqueat hold on the body, the evidence went lo show that tne cave of
rock was caused by the neglect of the
deeeued in not timbering hii working-
place properly, nnd a verdict in accordance with the ovidenee was returned.
 -—.	
Tie H..ilr Revival.
Notwithstanding the slight break in
the revival lervicei now being held,
caused by the departure of Hr. Moody,
the onion service held laat evening in
the Methodiit ohurch wu well attended and Ihe deepest intereit wat mini-
letted throughout. Mr. 0. R. Studd
pretched a practical sermon, taking at
nil text the itory nf the rich young
man who ctme to Chriit, Mark 10:17-
22. At the conclusion of tbe termon
aaaabtr mounded to Mr. Stndd't
InviUttou to Min to tha school-room
white a prayer and inquiry meeting
wm held. Mr. 0. E. Win-low conduct, tht terilce to-night.
 ♦ ♦ i.
RlK Ratavenles.
** 8. 3. Mtuer retained from
1-ert Himmond yesterdsy and brought
with hit i doit, raspberries bushel
Jtirly lotded down with rip. berriei.
n*J-rriM.er.«o»n InTtr. W. J.
Harrii garden it Port Hammond and
*** _ »o meant nre. git baskets
jjare oeenpioked lince the first of
"•"rabir ,_i Mr   Hirtil ^j
"^«#fe.*h4below thalroet
.£*»*-   W worries tn November
SkSL ti Bloriou, **M* *
•The TeMperuiee leefere.
The seoond lecture by Mr. George
Woodford of Chicago, under the auspices of the W. 0. T. U., was given in
tho Pandora strcot Methodist church
lest evening. The large congregation
sat for over an hour listening to the
forcible aud pathetic discourse, and
the impressions made will not easily
be forgotten. At the close of the
lecture a great many ladies and gentlemen signed the pledge. It is not
often that the temperance cause has
had ao able an advocate in Victoria ai
Mr. Woodford and those who hare not
yet heard him should not miss the opportunity to-night.— Colonist.
- i—• ;»>   1   — ■
A Hardened Crl-nlnal.
On Tuesday afternoon, Supt. Sheppard received a telegram from New
Westminster advising him to be on
tbe look out for a man named Kelly,
who had robbed and nearly murdered
a man In New Westminster on Monday night and who was supposed to
have left Westminster for this city.
Kelly is well known hero. Uo is a
mnn about 5 feot 4 inches in height,
wears a dark moustache and weighs iu
tbe neighbohood ot 160. In the fall
of 1880, he and a companion named
Barry gnrroted a man on Store street,
near tho Albion Iron Works. The
garroters were subsequently arrested
by Officers Sheppard and Speed, and
sentenced to seven years in the penitentiary .—Colonist.
Victor!* vi. Wt-si-ulniler.
The Westminster foot ball club left
for Victoria this morning by the atr.
Princess Louise and will meet the
capital oity club on Beacon Hill tomorrow. The team is composed as
follows: Westminster—Back,- Woods;
three-quarter backs, Bev. P. Woods,
White and Bell; half backs, Turner
and Greame; forwards, Lister (captain), Cameron, -McMartin, Hall,
Smith, Hamber, Pickles and Mowat.
This team, though not our strongest,
is welt able to give any olub in the
provinco a stiff brush fur victory.
Tub Columbian has mado arrangements to publish a report of the match,
A number of friends accompanied the
team to Victoria. The team chosen
to represent Victoria ia composed as
follows: J W Sinolair, back; W
Fisher, Kenning, B Drake and E
Grant, three-quarter backs; Martin
and Clark, half backs; L Crosse, W
H Langley, Pugh, F Pemberton, P
Hibben, Ears-nan. Kennedy and Clark,
forwards.
 m •» • . i, .
Xorth Arm Notes.
A very successful concert and entertainment was given in the town hall,
Lulu Island, on Thursday evening, 6th
inst, under the auspices of the Methodist church. A fine new parsonage
has been built and will aoon be ready
for occupation and the proceeds of
the entertainment will be devoted to
help in furnishing the parsonage with
the heavy furniture, so as to save expense of removal when the itinerant
system prevailing in the Methodist
churoh changes our present pastor fur
another. The different numbers on
the programme were furnished by
local talent and all excelled in their
different parts. Mrs. Thompson presided at the organ with grace and
ability, the choir ahowed careful* preparation and the readers and reciters
rendered their selections with eloquence and no small elocutionary
power. It would be inividious to
select any for special commendation,
but the kindergarten songs of (he
Robinson children seemed to please
everybody immensely and were repeatedly encored. The proceeds of
the concert amounted to $45.00. *
Gov.
»■*->■» - ■- —
(hip0' TkeMd Week.
A union of boisterous mirth and
old-fashioned melodrama was accomplished with entire success last night
at Third Avenue Theatre. The result
was made possible by the well-directed
efforts of a dozen actors and actresses
who had been selected with a view to
individual ability, and yet had been
Srouped ao that the entertainment
Bcame harmonious, if now and then
exaggerated. The vehicle for this unusual achievement was "A Chip 0* the
Old Block." from bhe pen of Herbert
Hall Wiuslow, a young author and one
of prominence. The Chip was an old
salt who had seen service, spiked guns,
spilled buckets of blood, and then
talked about it all the rest of his days.
He figured as the protector of the
melodramatic lost child, who had to
dance and sing constantly, in order to
keep her spirits under the indefatigable pursuit of the genteel villan ; in
the end she triumphed, because she
was pert, pretty, pluoky, and on the
correct side of tne law. Briskness
marked all the comedy, and appropriateness wu a feature of the musical
trimmings. Mr. Hubert L. Scutt, a
droll and original comedian, wko talks
and winks like Lester Wallack, was
the Chip, and Mr. Harry Mills was
equally acceptable aa the horsey young
man who loved the heroine, and wedded her with the Chip's blessing. The
performance wu smooth and spirited.
Nothing better in its line hu been
seen this season.—New York Sun.
Dyspepsia and Indiyeatidii.'—G. W.
Snow A Co., Syracuse, N. Y., writes:
"Please send us ten gnu of Pills. We
are selling more of Parmelee's Pills than
any otffer Pill we keep. They have a
great reputation for the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint." Mr. Chas. A.
Smith, Lindsay, writes: "Parmelee'a
Pills are an excellent medicine. My sister bu been troubled with severe, head*
ache, but those Pills uavc ctred her,"
PERSONAL.
T. E. Ladner, of Ladners, is stopping at the Colonial.
Miss Mildred Major is visiting
friends in Toronto and will not return
home for a couple of months.
0. Lowenberg, of Viotoria, who has
been the guest of Mr. I. B. Fisher for
a few dayi, left for home this afternoon.
Fred. Homer, formerly a resident of
thil oity. arrived from San Francisco
yesterday on a visit to relatives and
friends. He will remain here for a
couple of weeks.
Mn. A. Nelson, Brentford, writes:
'I was a sufferer from Chronic Dyspepsia for eleven years. Always after eating, an Intense burning sensation in the
stomach, at times very distressing, caued
a drooping and languid feeling, which
wonld lut for several hours after eating.
I wu recommended by Dr. Popplewefl,
Chemist, of our city, to try Northrop A
Lytnon's Vegetable Discovery and Dys*
peptto Curt, and I am thankful to uy
thatl havo not barn better for yearst
thatJtarafaLg ftsuatioa awl languid feel*
tagtaaett vw,Md feed Sua ink Uo
h*»7 aa my rtnrsnU. Ottos of my
"-UveusdUwlttMnMlts."
_£ tfBa
THE SOUTHERN BAILWAY.
All Arrangements Complete-! to Begin
(lie Work at Once.  Tke ferry to lie
Bull! af Westminster.
From Wbiitcutu North Construction will
be Commenced Immediately.   Steel
Kails lo Arrive In Nny.
Tlie negotiations regarding the construction of the N.W.B.B. & S. Railway having been satisfactorily closed
yesterday, Thb Colombian, through
tho kindness of Hr. B. Douglas and
Mr, Jas. Leamy, is able to lay before
its readers the arrangements nnd intentions of tho company. The contract for the grading, tieing mid bridge
work from New Westminster to the
boundry, a distance of about 25 miles,
has been let to Mr. Jas. Leamy, the
well known railroad builder, who is
bound by the forms of tho contract tu
havo the work completed and in perfect order by July 1st next Tho route
to the boundary is some what circuitous,
but this wu made necessary in order
to avoid heavy cuts and fills and expensive bridging. The route chosen
will bring the farmers of Langley
Prairio into direct communication with
Westminster. The present unsettled
state of the weather being unfavorable
or railroad construction, Mr. Leamy
has decided to wait a month before beginning operations, and, unless the
condition of things is very bad, the
beginning of January will see 1000
men at work on the contract. Mr.
Leamy has all the tools, etc., collected,
a law number of men engaged, and
could, if necessary, begin w.irk- at a
few day's notice.
Mr. B, Douglas, president of the
Southern Railway, informed our representative that work on the right of
way, from Whatcom north, will be
commenced forthwith, and construction will follow closely, so that both
contracts will reach the boundary
about tho same time. Large wharves
will bo required at Whatcom as well
as Westminster, and these nre included in the contract*** already let. The
railway ferry steamer will' be built nt
Westminster under the supervision of
Capt. Lake, a noted shipbuilder of
Seattle, who will arrive in the city and
commence work on the steamer within
a couple of weeks if sufficient lumber
is ready. The lumber order is to be
sent up from Seattle this week. All
labor in connection with the construction of the steamer will bo employed
at Westminster, The steel rails will
bo ordered immediately and a ship
load will come direct to Westminster
and discharge at the Brownsville landing. The first cargo will arrive io
May. The number of ties required
for the line from Brownsville to the
boundary will be about 60,000, and
Mr. Leamy will shortly call for ten-
dors for cutting and delivering
this quantity. This item alone will
find employment for a large number of
sn.
Befuro Messrs. C infield aud Sheafe
left the city, yesterday, they gave satis*
factory assurances that the lino from
Westminster to Whatcom would be
constructed and fully equipped and
regular trains running by the first day
of August next, and the line to Seattle constructed and in running order
within one year later. The terra** of
the agreement will be faithfully carried out, and all anxiety concerning
the rapid completion of the road is
now at an end.
Attempt Al Higkway Bekbery.
Another attempt at highway robbery
wu made last night, which shows that
the band of thieves are still orating
boldly despite the effort s of the authorities to run them down. Shortly
after midnight while Mr. W. H. Kenry
wu passing the Crescent, homewards
bound, he wu suddenly startled by
the appearance of two men, one of
whom sprang out of the bushes close
to the battery while the other appeared from the Orescent, Springing
quickly forward a few spaces Mr.
Keary turned and drew his revolver
threatening to shoot them down if they
attempted to approach him. The men
stopped but did not leave, and Mr.
Keary fearing thero might be more in
the gang retreated backwards till close
to Capt. Insley's house when he called
for assistance. At the first call the
robben vanished. Mr. Robert Ken*
nedy heard the calls and shortly joined
Mr. Keary and together they went
back aud searched for the men, but
without success as they had lots of
time to make good their escape.
There wu considerable talk round
town to-day of forming a vigilance
committee to patrol the city at night
and put every suspioious character
under arrest. If the present state of
lawlessness continues the committee
will be an absolute necessity.
.,..— ».»a) .i     ■   .
"Tfce Weil afcere."
This msgizine makes a specialty of
giving just suoh information about the
great Pacifio Northweit u those who
are interested in that region desire to
have. It is neither an immigration
pamphlet nor a subsidized railroad
publication, but a genuine magazine,
nuw in its fifteenth year. It devotes
its attention especially to Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, Montana. British
Columbia and Aluka. It gives reliable descriptions and beautiful engravings of the mines, agricultural districts, stock interests, fishing industries, and the cities, towns ana resources of that region, as well u the famous scenery. In (aot it Is the ' only
publication giving the olass of information sought for by emigrants and
tourists to the Pacific Northwest. The
Went Shore contains artistic engravings
and maintains a high standard of lit*
erary excellence. It is essentially a
western magazine in every feature,
and an exponent of the life and energy
of the west With eaoh number is
sent an art supplement, in colors or
tints, about 18x24 inches in size, the
subject being some feature of the
grand icenery whioh enchants all tourists through the Northwest. Subsorip*
tion price, $2,50 per year. Sample
copy, 25 cents.   Address  L, Samubl,
Subliiher of the West Shore, Portland,
Teflon.	
Word hai been received In Philadelphia from Prof. Peters, announcing the safe arrival of the University of Pennsylvania Babylonian exploring expedition at Sindh after
the brief detention by shipwreck in
the Mediteranean. Prof. Peters
denies that any of the scientific apparatus of the party was damaged,
and says no baggage was lost.
The superiority of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator Isshown by its good
effect* on the children. Purchase a not*
tU and |tu« tt a trial
AN IMPORTART CASK.
CMMrw Crjfof PKcWiCittori*
In Ike Ceantr Ceut Yestcrdar».Tke
Kev, Falker l'euqart vs. Ike Cerper*.
tlon or Hew Westminster.
Mr. Justice McOrclght Presiding.
Tho claim herein was brought to recover certain money expended in burying a person who died without friends
or means at St. Mary's Hospital in
this city. The directors of that institution claim that, under the existing
coroner's act of 1885, the city was
liable to pay for same, it being as they
contended "an unclaimed human body
found dead within the municipality."
Mr. Leamy appeared for plaintiff
and agreed that the body came within
the meaning of the aot as being unclaimed and found dead.
Mr. Bole, Q.C., and Mr. McColl,
for defendant, corporation, took occasion to remark that it was not a question of amount which caused the city
authorities to disputo this claim, but
that they did so solely u the guardians
of tho public interest, on a serious
question of principle, as, if tho city
were bound to bury that body, they
were bound to buiy the unclaimed
body of every person dying at either
hospital, or, in fact, in any house in
the city; that, according to the well*
known principles of interpreting statutes as laid down by Maxwell, the
first thing to ascertain in order to the
right understanding of the statute's,
meaning was the existing state of the
law when the statute was paued; and
that was clear, u according to the law
laid down in Regina vs. Stewart 12,
Adolphus & Ellis 770; Regina vs. Fox
2. Q.B.D, 246; Jones vs. Ashburnham
4, Eut 460—the former cue being
recognized aa existing law as late u
1802, in the case of Bradshaw vs.
Beard, 31, L.J.N.S.O.P. 273-every
householder wu bound to bury any
person dying in his house, and the
hospital wu in no better or worse
position than a private house, so far
u the -coroner's act is concerned;
again the expression "found dead"
used in a coroner's act had a distinct,
clear ond settled meaning, whereu the
contention of the learned counsel for
the hospital would really amount to
this: You must read the act u mean*
ing that every unclaimed body of any
person dying within the municipality
shall be buried at the expense of the
corporation,—an intention which would
involve such serious consequences that,
before giving it effect, the intention of
the legislature should be clearly ex*
pressed in very different language to
that used in the act under discussion.
His lordship Mid he thought the act
did not apply to the claim before him,
but reserved his decision.
Br. Bole, Q.C., and Mr. McColl for
defendants.
nnr, fact * rAxtfr.
Queen Victoria still ubcs the yaoht
Elfin whioh was built for her in 1840.
1887 Ireland's tillage land decreased
18,000 aores and the grass increased by
50,000 acres.
Jane Shaw, of Bangor, Maine, hu
secured a divorce from her huiband be*
cause ho went to temperance meetings
every night and to churoh twioa on
Sunday.
Lady dentists are rapidly increasing
their number and incomes in Philadelphia, and those who have been
under their hands say they have a way
of mitigating the terrors of the forceps
that is veiy comfortable.
Sucoi, the Italian faster, who claims
to poueii an elixir whioh renders food
oneecesury, hu just finished a fast
of thirty days at Barcelona, Spain.
He walked, fenced and slept during his
foodleis month, and retained his health
and strong thi
Lord Salisbury—Well, sir; what
have you to say for yourself now?
Lord Sackville—Oh, not very much'.
I had a pretty fair Ume over in
America. I knew they had some kind
of politics over there; but, really, I had
not the slightest idea it was loaded.
Mrs. Towhom, who had been housekeeper at Warwick Cutle, England, for
a great many years, hu just died,
leaving a fortune of 9350,000. All this
money sho bequeathed to her muter,
who is not wealthy. Mrs. Towhom
made her money from tips obtained
from sightseers.
Germany has an anti* tipping society,
whose members produce a badge when
an untlpped waiter ihowi a disposition
to linger around. The trouble about
anti-tipplng soceties is that they are apt
to develop into cold soup societies,
tough steak societies and other disagreeable things.
An old gentleman living on the Weit
Side entered the connubial state for the
fourth time not long since. During
the ceremony sobs were heard in an
adjoining room, whioh led a guest to
inquire what was the matter. Whereupon a little boy answered: "It is only
Maria. She always cries when papa
gets msrried."—Chicago Tribune.
B. ۥ Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fond.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be held in this
oity, a arand and unprecedented success,
the undesigned agree to contribute the
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trni*
tees competent to receive tbe same, on
or before 0 months from the date of the
lut provincial exhibition, and to lie
thering the exhibition in other ways):
Thk Columbia*.. tioo oo
Sharpe A Paine, Lulu Island  10 00
L P soksteln ~  low
G D Brymner  10 00
HW Armstrong. »  10 00'
F B Glover. .,  10 00
Walker* 8 had we) I  10 00
Claud Hamber.  10 00
PeterGrant  10 oo
George Turner.  10 00
WJ Armstrong.  WOO
Next!
Coras cause Intolerable pain. Ho!»
loway's Corn Cure removu the trouble,
Try it and see what an amount of pain
Is uved.
Wholesale CHr Market
losljjjg
<£ns,     perdu. 	
Cordwood (retail) per ourtl...
Apples, per box	
Hldeslgi-'n) per 100 lbs	
"    (0171       "       •**•»•»
Wool, per lb ...«.	
JobwlnUHoi aU kinds uUlydou
frtttwOoLtnauMOttM. Prieee will bt
found u l«ru at any othsfr ofleeta
the proviaot,—irfv.
Written for Tub Columbia*.
Our champion crank hath spoken; O! ye
gods
And little fishes listen to hie words:—
"The joyful  reaper  reaps  ne  ho has
sown"—
"From  liberal  sowing liberal harvests
come,"
O! Balaam, thrice hast thou bestrode
thine ass,
To bar the city's proijress, but, alas!
"It moves, it moves, ye cannot stay the
might
Of freeborn peoples struggling for the
right.
Thy curses turn to blessing on the foe
As onward to their goal with regal step
they go. Aleck.
Whsa Baby wu slok, wa gars fasr Castoria,
WnMshewmaChUd.sheoi.rtforCMtorta,
When she became Miu, she clung to Cutoria,
W^miuhWCklldrw.st. gave Uvr* Cwtoris
-QAPT1ST CIlUllCIl, Agnes Htreet,
D East of Mary Btreet. Lord's Day
Rervlcesat 11 a.in. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School oudBible Class at 2:30 p. ra. AU
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Oddfellows-
New Hall. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
rices at 11 a, m, and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2;Wb. in. Prayer
Meeting on TburadRyfi at Iwp.m. Seats
free; strangers cordially Invited,
QT. PAUL'S OHVHOH. John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall, Rev, Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
atll a, tn, and 7p.m. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.
TXT C. T. V.-REGULAR MEETING
VY • every Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'olook at the W. C. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St.  Loyal Let-ion ln the name
Elace every Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jas.
unninghah, President; Miss DeBeck,
Secretary. dnu2ltc
M
UNION LODGE No, B, A. F.
* A. M.—Tho regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    ,    . held on the first Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23*te Secretary.
FOR SALE.
lot 4*T, in the Municipality of
Chilllwhack,
CONTAINING 166 ARES OF GOOD
clay loam, about 70 acres cleared and
-fenced with good fencing; good bearing
orchard, small frame house, large barn
and stable, good water both well and
creek, faelng on Fraser river with good.
steamboat landing. Price, HOW, liberal
terms.       Apply to
E. GREYELL,
noDdlmwto Chilllwhack, & C.
VANOOUVER CITY
FoundryEMachineWopks
mHE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
X works have much pleasure ln notifying their friends and tbe publio thnt they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work ln their lino
with which they may be favored.
A.McKELVIK,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.O., Sth May, 1888.
dwrayiatc
NOTICE.
MAVING SOLD OUT OF HY BUTCH*
er Business, I hereby request all par-
Indebted tome to settle their accounts,
and any persons having nny claims what-
evor iwalnstine are requested to present
them for payment.
All account!, unpaid by Dec. 1st, will be
placed In the hands of ray solicitor.
WM. B. -TOWNSEND.
New West., Oct. 81,1888. dwocSlml
FALL   ASSIZE,
Sheriff's Notice.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ill all Coroners, Keepers of Gaols aad
Houses of Correction fn my Bailiwick,
who may have business thereat, are required to attend the sittings of tbe Court
of Assise to bo holden at the OOURT
HOUSE, lu tbo City of New Westminster,
on
Wednesday the  14th Day of
November Next,
At 11 o'clock a. in.; that the roll of Grand
and Petit Jurors who havo been sum*
moned for tho said Assise will be called
ovor at 11 o'olook a. m. on the date above
given, and all persons will be expected to
answer lo their names. Petit Jurors falling to answer will be liable to lose their
day's pay and subject themselves to a
One.
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff.
New Westminster, Oct. 29,1888.
dwocZBtd
MY8' AND rOUTH>S
Fall and Winter
SUITS
 AMD	
OVERCOATS
HATS, GAPS,
Hosiery, *c.
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunks & Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER &1I4TTEB,
Colombia St., Opp. Tblhoeaph Oeficb
New WestMluler, B. C
dWssTte
IMMENSE "SALE
■r-.  op	
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
-_t__J__m, OARFBTfl,
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing Oot. 10th, 1888.
At wo liavo iloolded to retire from the retail Dry Goods business tbls season, we
now placo oar entire stock on tbe market at
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RE8ERVI.
IITIIS*rTEIH-GI  Itr/BI  BU  BOLD.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, eto.
A-arAs we are known to carry one of the largest and best assorted stocks In the
Province, It will not lie necessary to enumerate, An early inspection will convince
tlie public that we mean business, and that the stook must be closed out before the
end of this season; therefore we have placed our goods at prices lower thaa have
ever been offered before in this Province,
RBHEHDBH-The gtoek must be closed ont by Ihe end of the yeaf*
CAaft* EARLY WHILE VM ASSORTMENT IS GOOD.
Teems- Under (100, cash; over $100, secured notes at thne months with
clOdwlyr
4b OO.
MASONIC BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Rubber Goods being seasonable it will interest everyone to know that we have everything one wants in the line of Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers. We have added several new styles this year to our stook,
and carry all sizes—Boots as well—to lit any
one from a three year old child up. As a
matter of course, our stook of Gossamers,
Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats ln Ladies'
and Children's, as well as Men's wear, cannot be excelled. Prices astonishingly low.
Don't fail to see our stook whether yon bny
or not. We are always pleased to show our
goods.
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL, COLUMBIA ST.
dwnoljrl
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
PalaT.TH zar
Choice Family_ Groceries!
FINEST CHEAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Hia-brador "EXexxizigB,
2i£ac]cexel, Salt Ood,
-^.xxxio-ulx's T7a.c. KCaiscis,
^.rnao-u.r'e TTmc. Bacon.
"Flo-ar. Bian. S3a.oxt*s.
STHIOHrJOT PWOKS PAID JOB VAMI PRODUOK.
aoidwir Sooullar'Armtrtrong llot-k, OolumMt. St.
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Big; to inform the people of New Westminster City
> -        and District tbat they will offer their
entire Stock of
At COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST BE SOLO
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
• dwocIOtc
■•£■- CRAZE,
Practical Watchmaker* Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BESTQUALTTT.   EASTERN PRICES.
.    ** '"'U'-1",0' Spectacles & Eye-Glasses, la tteel, rubber, ailver and gol.1
frames.  The finest Pebble, rude, ft per pair) all tighti raited.
Speoial attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tli.
busineH thoroughly [rom some of th. finest Horologers In England, ind line, then
managed the wateh-repalrlng department, of a lew of the belt firm, on th. continent of America, j. a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager tor neirly S yean of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montr.al,
Charges Moderate, --,J~      ' ,   ■
atoaiaiAL, Deo., 1887.—Mr. P. Crake.—Aadw. Robert™, Etq., Chairman el
Montreal Harbor Commluloners, tayti "I never fonnd aWatohmaker who did eo
well for me u you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not ben to-day."
':,;' •-        dwapia.  O.j-        ... .     .:
|     J DRUag   F?, DHUOsT^J   DRUQSfj" dbuobSBJ
OOX-aTO*-    DOI
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETA1B ».'•■
DHUGG IS Is
New Westminster, B. O.
|J Diwaa f^. DHuaa" J PBiioa**^ Sa DRuqa^fB
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephone Communication with all the Doctor. In the City, Call ea
u. any time and w. will ring yonr Dootor up for yon.
Opea Sundays for the ule of Medicine only:-Moam-o, II to 10.30 o'clock)
AtTlKNOOli, _ to 8| Evsmijo, 8.30 to 9.30.
MEDICAL   -FT A,Till,
Hem We>ia>lait-r, B. c Rut Cabals' n.1,1.
OUT THIS OUT ASD PASTE IT PP.         dwaultte
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
HAS JUST RECEIVED
30 Boxes Christie * HcCormlclt's best Crackers, ■Iscalts tm*
Candies.
SO Boxes Choice Creamery Cheese.
HO Small Cheese (14 lbs), juit the thing for family uie,
M Tabs very fine Creamery Butter,
SM Bolls best B. C, Butter.
i ***** tail llneof flrst-class Groceries, Flour, Feed, etc*, alwayi on hand.
Qdjd, delivered to all part, ef the city.
dwnoSto
ty ]-**- em -ww *es
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV-
'erles of New Goods Yor Jhe coming season.   Amongst'
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NE*
EST DESIGNS in
Black* Colored A Evening Shades
Dress Goods,
Newest Shades in Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosier-rand Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts.
Waterproofs A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties. tko.        •
W. * G. WOLFENDEN,

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