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Boom It,      *      •      Colonist Hotel.
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Q 11. 0. BBOWR,
DESTIflT.
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BARRISTBR, SOUOITOlt, 40.  • .
' Otth.PraTlnMofMulfob..
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amiltc   '   ; yiwW«ttmlntter,B.O.
rjl o. atkiw.oh,
EABBISTKR, 80LI01T0B, As.   '
Orrnns-ltuonlo Bulldlm,
dwroWto '"'' •' Kew Weitmlniter, B. 0.
Uf, «oan ap* Btt_m, a.«.,;
BABRIBTBR-AT-LAW.
UadAgint ...    «oni*IOI.oen.
OfgMni&Mi ■■/.■■'I-
■I i tntu-'. .      Niw Weitminster, & 0.
pLOW * MACLURB,
AROHITEOTS.
OrjlCB-Boom E, .
Onr Bonk of B.C.,
Columbia Street,
ft
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Omen-Corner Mary .nd Clarkton SU.
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... /'    VANCOUVER, B. C.
dauaotc "
nriuiAK n. Kino, juoOO
ARCHITECT,
BVIUHHO k LAND SURVEYOR,
.  .    SANITARY ENanlBER.
Omos-N.wM.»nlo Bloek,
*w»pl*t» Weitmlniler.
A banai' *. hill,
A   ... h. oak. son as.
OmL BNOINEER,
■•i '• ■■        liAWbSURVEYOR Ud
DRAUGHTSMAN.
0-«g»-N.W*U»f)»|o Bloek,
. ^______mt :.   i/^^t-nlBSler.
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aVAUaBAD*.,
ACCOUNTANTS, 8TO0KBR0KER8,
RIAL ESTATE, IN8DRAN0E «nd
GENERAL AGENTS.
I, BukBnlldlnfi, NewWettmlnitir, RO.
II CU*. RMd, Halifax, Enf-ind,
dwrnyBot-.-".        .
m .« TlfAfir,
.    AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Col«r.bl.stre.tr.._„...N!W We.lmln.ter
,    "j i-t. .."■„ ....  iVn       r       *i!- "\
All «o*i"ili*iolu will nwln prompt
■net sinful .ttutlon.   But rifirenee.
flv.a whin required.
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BROS.
$
■ II. BSTATB BROKBRI,
I, ;:   ,{   Mi-Mimt.lHU.,
Of-Wit VlOTOR'Ai Fori Stroll,'''
NEW WESTMINBTERi Corner
HoI(enili and Clwkton Bl*
!    iVANO»f*T*B. Cordov. Strut
TLCING LOTS lor ull In .11 lletlonl
-m.
,1 Vupouvir ud N.w WlitBilnil*r Oily,
..1. .t ■&_    --	
Is.|liy, Hauqul, Sumas, Mud Bay, Lad
•ck, Port Hammond,
oi turgor quality tot
—■.«., ,—., nm, —. _.,—
•er"! Landln,, Lnlu Iiland, North Ann
Mil Pitt Rive"
Kept and Plana sihlbltod   	
Nt lafarmatlo. tarnjthed at .11 ouroffleei.
ina.
W
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WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
ru-ii Hiriuo. BiniTiisiAra
lauiiorSmillgumiof Money Advuced
' on Good oaaourltlet, at Reasonable
-    Rstn of Intereit
P^_i_^__§^n
WILUAMS BROS, we In oonttiuitcom-
•aanlottlonwltti intending settlers (mm
■DtlsuU and elsswbere, noil bave .pedal
laenillMlorifloeUniulM.    -    ,
s 1<
•KTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
£} Jf,^S,*J>Jtl>ll*d lothe Honorable
th.mol.l«ror Wi lnl.no. for .llcnio
to eut Ind oarrv awa. Umber Irom Ihe
(.liowl.l dMorlb.d looils, SluMJd la
rJl.Wlmln.ler Cltlrlcl, 'b. C . on 11°
MUtberlir lido or Harrison lake, and about
twent, miles from Harrison hotlprlnni
W.-ln'.U.^ttW^
to . pott marked N, W. post, H, 8. Mill:
th.no.sO chain, south-west to n post
marked a W. poll, H. a Mill; tlieiice 2S0
chain! out to . poat marked 8. E. pott,
H. S. Mill; thenoe .Ion. tbe like shore to
pleo. of coniDi«!ir.ment-conta1nla| 000
, "»,W<^llr*R*-m#l)i*«    "Soolfcl
'   '■'.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Cross-cut tt Hand-Saws,
Stones) Waif Paper lu all dnignt; Brooms tt Brushes for all purpose,]
Lubricating •Ull Traps of ill description", and .general luortment of
AgTlcultnral Implements,
Air Special ittoltion given to orden by mall.
;,q?. j. ,f__z_a___?_s> <si oo.,
dwJljr3to      ., ( , gpLUMsu, Stiimt, Niw WtttmssTn.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTiBKR LOT OF
BOOTS&SHOES
AND INVITE AU THOSE WHO DO NOT READ THIS ARTiCLE
TO CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK.
GRANT & MACLURE.
dwjoatc
WW
BIG CLEARING SALE
New Boots and Shoes
—J—AT • .'..  .
A. B. WINTEMUTE'S,
For the Next 30 Pays, at Cost.
=r=*r
GLOBE HOUSE.
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11-.'.'. ■:.;ihj-;_i   1'H.il no.i, "a-.'  iHM
Xjatest ^©.ris Faslsiosq.©*
MRS..WM. RAE.
: wiiL 'S^wfeb Bi & 5
/.AIT/TOO
.own oaHeuci.-.t'-.!-
8294 AGHES
iUumI
-OF-
OHOIOE   tANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFff JRINaFORSALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the, Fraser Riyer, netir
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location}jm? vory. easy tefln*|
of payment. ;■
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately ileross th6 river.
•f-jg»A competent man is now on the ground
to snow intending purchasers the property.;
Round trip tiokets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge. i
RA1NTD BROS.
I   a"..  ■ :!.-:  .<*Mltltl ' 1»",,'
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thi* powder never varies. A marvel o.
parity, Ht-ronRtli and wholeBomeness; More
•eonomleal than the ordlnnry kinds, and
cannot he sold In competition with the
multitude o( low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Royal Baking Powder Co., 100 Wftll St,,
New York. Sfely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 76 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
ebluery, by Eastern makers.
Apply to
MESSRS. BEWICKS A WULFFSOHN,
dJaOto . Vancouver, B. 0. ■
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING ,550 ACRBB
A Prairie Land, 5 miles from Port
Moody, H miles from Westminster; coin*
munleatlon by water, rail or wagon-road.
Can bo purchased with or without stock,
Terms easy.—Apply to fi £ .
:'oit*    -  I SHANWtwl IHSli
dwauietc Vancouver.
-*—p-.*-. 1 i*.   Ii _—l-i—.,,^;.., .-■-„,- --
Land for Sale.
SECTION 35 (CONTAINING 100ACRES-
mnre or less), Block ft North, Range
two West, Township No. 38, Range West
of Coast-Meridian, Sew Westminster Dip-
trlel: about ?>/> miles from Rrawnsvillb,
on Yale road; jyirailos from Fraser river,
It-iphKeMeiu-i—Tooips eleared; aU under
fence. Hdrise, Hum, Woodshed; 2 goon
wells (Irsl-pln-is wuter^ A young Orchard,
consisting of SO varieties oi fruit trees from
3 to 4 years old; 0 inns of -good Timothy
Hay and one ton of Oats in the barn,
Tenders'*for the above will be received
by the undersigned up to noon of Wednesday* &M Inst. TifRMS—half cash; balance In one year, bearing Interest ta 8 per
•cent, per annum. We do not bjnd-fltir-
selves to aftcept any-tonder.    ■ .*', •%   n.
»fdwAd:''t;i::A8*S!Jffi,tt,r
WftNTED IMMEDIATELY.
2, APPRENTI0E8   10.  THE  DWS8S-
ii inaklnx., Torms on appllcalloo-to
<■ JIISS MCDOUGALL,
docsto     , ,   ,  Columbia St., New West,
MRS. E. J. MILLER
•ntlLL RESUME CLASSES IN PAINT-
« Ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
In all branches, at Rooms, at Mrs. Stjb*
hkv% Columbia st, Safnrdnr* OdtferS.
Hours from 0 to 12 a, in. and ltoip.m.
,rr 7 - * docBto
PRICES OP ROUGH LUM-
ber have been established
on the basis of $11 per thousand feet. A detailed price list
will be sent on application.
HOYAL CITY TLANINO MILLS CO.
ILImltedJ,
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. ILd.)
dwsolfiml
••''V'A'ialo^'OvfS'fcif'pt*
■   'ii i       ' -   i       J
Foundry .1 MachineWorks
milE PROPRIETORS, OF THESE
X .works hnvo much pleasure In notify*
Ing their friends und the .public that they
«ro now prepared to recefte aud promptly
eiecute any orders tor work in their Hoe
with which they mny- be favored.
A.McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, EC, Sth May, 188ft.
 dwinyizte ,	
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Fliinncln! Agents.
AGENTS FOR
. Confederation Lift Assoelnlloil of
Toronto,
Koyul and Lancanlilrt Fire Insnr-
nuce OompAiiUt.    _■ ;
MsValuable LntM for snle in the City
aiul OlMtrl-it of WeHtmlnstorj and choice
Lots hi tlie City of Vancouver.
Parsons wishing to boy or sell lolty or
runil pwportj* fihwul'd .fcommunloath with
"¥.   '-■-'■
OHIcph: Bunk of B.C. Iiiillding, npponlto
- -"nsMngsSt.,
dwapietc
postoffloo, Westminster, nnd Hnsi
Vancouver.
COLUMBIA  STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RArCPrtipitiir
f|» HAITH BEGS TO INFORM THE
1, Publle thnt be hue bought the Interest of Mrs. Bonson, who is retiring from
hotel husinoRR. Having thoroughly refitted and furnished the Bouse, the travelling publio and residents of New West-
minuter will (Ind (his one of the most
corti for table and convenient hotels, conducted on. temperance principles; situ*
nt*d Iii Uie bustness portlo» of the city
and commanding a.bcnutlfnl view of the i
Pruer river. 1 ;.. -     >- Awnc-At**!
gailB British dolnmbwn
Mo.d.r E»>1.|. Oct. II, IMI.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The Oliicsgo Tribune has boon
undertaking an enquiry on iti own
account as to the fate of divorced
women, and states that 75 per cent,
of theie persons marry within a
year. The inference is that remarrying is the principal object for
which divorces are generally sought,
and fian evil resulting from the
too esiy divorce lawi.
Mr. 0. 'Smyth, late Astronomer-
Royal for Scotland, informs the Ion.
don *ime» that, respite' from tlio
prevalent wet weather in Britain
may be expected inasmuch as a total
change recently took place "in the
physical constitution of the upper
region! of the atmosphere," pressog-
ing a period of comparative dryness,
Thil will be good news to the English people who have been holding
Up umbrella! for monthi, It suggests an enquiry whether the weather men on thii tide of the Atlantic
have the same intimate knowledge
of the "upper regions,"
Premier Mercier has got down off
of hia high hone and it behaving
quietly and sensibly in. the matter
of hii vetoed act. An exchange
eayi: Premier Mercier, of Quebec,
has taken the proper course in issuing the proclamation giving effect to
the veto of the Magistrates' Diitrict
Court Act. A refusal tb do io
would have been a revolutionary
proceeding. He has also issued
another proclamation coni'titating
the new Magistrates' Oourt under
the law of 1869, Thii court will
have jurisdiction up to $50. The
law of 1869 was not vetoed, and the
time has long lince pawed when it
could be. Thenlariei of the new
magiitratei under the Aot are1 only
$1,200 each a year, but it ii hinted
that a measure will be passed next
session to. increase them. Up. to
the limit of the; powen, the new
Magistrates' Court will have concurrent jurisdiction with the Circuit
Oourt; but it is thought that the
option of resort to it will not be
extensively uied.
The Monetary Timet tayi: Some
time ago -Mr. Blaine, in an oblique,
defence of American trusts, ventured
the statement that England wai
honey-combed with similar trade
devioes. On the pact of England,
the sTuna*. made an nn*il**JjVo*iial,
which wai no doubt tru*,. Now we
are told that Andrew Carnegie, of
Pennsylvania, has brought the
EurorJean makors of iron rails into
'.a combinaiion with American. Mr.
Oarnegie ostentatiously diiplayi, in
Europe, the wealth which, by the
aid of a war tariff, he hai been able
to wring from American consumers,
and it may easily be conceived that
ho his inspired hii EurepoOa competitors with envy. The bargain ii
alleged to have been struck at a
meeting held in Glasgow. ' Mr. Carnegie appears to have vouchsafed
the information that an advance in
prices would benefit American rail
manufacturer!, which meani himself
in a supreme degree, but. he forgot
ta say that people who consume anything carried on abnormally high
priotd rails will have te pay an unnecessary price. It 'will be interesting tb scan the detail! of thii
agreement, arid to see if an attempt
will bo made tb extend the trust to
other British manufactures. England owes her hold over the markets
of the world to the chespnesi and
quality of her manufactures. If
ever, in an evil hour, her manufacturers consent to exchange natural
cheapness for artificial dearness, the
knell of ber industrial tupremacy
will be sounded,
A Great Elkvatob.—Quite a
marvel of hydraulic engineering is
the recently completed canal-boat
elevator at lies Fontinettei, Franco.
The aparatus consists essentially of
two plate iron sections, called lock-
chambers, each poised on a piston
working in the cylinder of a hydraulic press. When tlieso look-
chambers are of equal weight, they
assume an equal level on the opening
of a valvo to connect the water-columns of the two cylinders; but on
making the weights sufficiently unequal, one chamber is brought to the
level of the Upper canal and thu
other to that of the lower. Boats of
300 tons are thus enabled to pais
from one canal to the other—a
change of level of 63 feet—in three
minutes, whoreai two houn wai formerly required to pass the locks.
The chambers ure 130 feet long, 19
wide, and 7 deep, and each weighs
800 tons when' full of water. The
hydraulic presses, the largest in ex-
istence, aro 55 feet in height and 6J
in diameter, and the internal pressure that they have, to resist is ^atmospheres.
Children Cryfor fltthwliCastoria
.,ii fire bsric or vi"■»■
BY TELEGRAPH.
-.die Tk.ns..'. Sensible Leller—Cer.
.... Deterten loaned ..a Eale.
bjr Ibe tuttkvet et Zuinwr—The
CMtM. Strike Over.
»r. HeKe.tle'. Ba»k Not Allowed to be
•old Is Genu.,, aid W.CH C.ple.
Belud—Ctplracy AsaUsI Ik.
Dilek I. J.aa.
IA8I HIBIirS DESPATCH.*..
the reobst nor.
London, Oot. 13.—It has transpired
that the recent plot to asaasiinate. the
Emperor of Germany, while journeying from Munich to Vienna, wu en-
ginetred by Herr Peokwt, tbo preli.
uont of tho Fonteny Club, of London.
Ho hlmtelt remained in London, however, ai it wai not safe for him to go
•brood. Penkert wai oloioly watched
by an agent of Prince Biimarek in
1887, and itrong efforts were made
by them to fix upon him the primary
reiponiibility for the Trafalgar square
riota with a view of predisposing Lord
Salisbury to consent to hii extradition
ihould occasion arise for hii removal
to Germany. It ii now thought likely
that a request, if not a demand, will
be mide for him hy the German chancellor to the end of miking an example
of him whioh will terrify hii associate,
in Switzerland and Germany,
rem avaas,
London, Oct 13. — Considerable
anxiety prevail! at the Britiih foreign
office ovor tho new. from India, Afghanistan and South Africa. The lituation ii lummed up in two little win
in Indii it a point to distant from each
other ai Sikkim in the Black mountains, while Afghsnlitan ii in i fermont
of rebellion which threatens the supremacy of Englmd'i friend and protege, the present Ameer Abdurah Rahman. Lsit but not least, aditaitroui
event to England ia Ihe reported killing by the Usutus of King t'libequ
•nother friend and protege of England,
In Zamibar, whereby Ihe capture; imprisonment and death of England's
great prisoner, King Cetotvayo, ii
avenged.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
RAIIWAY  NEWS.
Ohioioo, Oct. lS.^Henry Villird'
•nd Pretident Colby of the Wisconsin
Central road havo arrived here. Vil-
lard hit jutt relurned from a trip aver
the Northern Pacific, and he has nlso,
gone over the lino, of the Wisconsin
'antral,with Prciident Colby. The
trip hai given riie to tho itory that
Arrangement! are on foot for a olmo
•lliance of th. two corporations. President Colby Ins repeatedly denied that
th. Witcontin Central ii to be leased
to the Northern Pacifio, but it ii well
known that a large portion of the securities of both roads aro held by.the
same people.   ' ,
A DRUNKEN BOW ENDS FATALLY.
Los Anoeles, Cala., Oct. 16.—During a drunken qttirrel yeiterday among
three Mexican!, David Levii, ibout
thirty vein of age, ihot and-killed
Pedro Lopes, an old man. Levi, surrendered hira.elf.
A SlHilBIii LETTER.
CoLnMBua, 0., Oct 16.-Judge
Thurman in hii letter of icceptiuoe,
layi: "President Cleveland's admin-
istration hu been marked by auch in
tegrity. good lenie, manly courage
and exalted patriotism that a jutt appreciation of these qualities leeins to
cull for hii re-election. I am alio
itrongly impreiud with the belief that
hii re-election would powerfully lend
to itrengthen thit feeling of fraternity
among the American people that is io
essential to their welfare, peace and
happiness, and ta the perpetuity ol the
union and our free institution!. I sp-
pro.e the platform of the. St Louii
convention ind I cannot too strongly
expreti my ditsent from the heretical
telchingi of the monopolists thit th.
welfare of people can bo promoted by
t system of exorbitant tuition far in
exceti of the winli of the government.
The idu that • people cin be enriched
by heevy ind unnecessary taxation;
thit a mm'i condition can be improved
by taxing him on all that he wean, on
all that nil wife and children wear, on
•11 of hii tool! md implement! of industry, ii an obvious absurdity."
MCRDIRID   BY AN  UNKNOWN.
New York, Oct. 16 — Antonia
Giacuiia, an Italian, waa fatally
•tibbed lait night in front of the
Cooper Union while a meeting waiin
full blast in the big ball and many
poople wore walking along the crowded
street. The unkn.iwli murderer escaped.
ROAST HERMAN.
Zanzibar, Oot. 15."- Threo sailort
who dosartod 'mm the the German
gunboat Moeivo, taking with them a
quantity of ammunition, und rosined
about tho country killing unfiles, havo
themselves been killed snd eaten by
listives.
A nVNAMITINO1 LUNATIC,
Napa, Oula., Oot. 15. — A mm
named Webb, tlie patient who escaped
from the insane uyluni two yoar. ago,
vet captured yeiterday. Ho made
four attempts during tho paat. week to
dettroy the asylum with giant powder
cartridges. J
SILENT CONTEMPT, SAYS BBROHANN.
London, Oct. 15.—The Daily Telegraph prints an interview with Dr.
Bergmann in whioh he atatoi thit he
will take no notioe of tho charge! Dr,
McKonzio makei in hii book againit
himself and other German surgeons
who attended the Emperor Frederick.
conspiracy against thb dutch.
London, Oct. 15.—Advices from
Java say a conspiracy againtt the Dutch
residents wat ditooverid it Madiion.
Forty-two ringletden were arretted,
and eleven othen who refused to lur-
render were ihot.      "
SS.
THB OBEAT _____ OVBB. . j
Chicaoo, Oct. 15.—Thigrut itreet
car itrike hu ended. The itrikert
have leoured in idvmce In wigei, but
the male is materially lower thin what
had been insisted upon by them up to
th. very lut Thoy got only .bout
one-third of the incNU. uksl for.
On the other hand ill reforms dirnand'
ed by the men in the lyitem of working are conceded and ill itriken ar.
to be re-employed. The men employed by the compiny line, the itrike
begin will ilso be retained. The
minor queitiom it inue will be letlled
hr arbitration. On. of the .'old employee! aitsulted s new grip»Mi it
Garfield ave. barm. at noon to-day.
The gripman drew . revolver md ihot
tho itnnger seriously In th.leg. Thtr.
ia much .zdlauaut   *"•'
THB BXCXUSION AOT CrtraiD. '
San Francisco, Oct. 15.—VT.S..Circuit. Judge Sawyer gave an onl decii-
ion thil morning in th. two' OMnuo
chm argued hut week to tut ta.-oun-
ititntionility of the Scott «io)fstion
ut. The judge'! decision, which i.
concurred , in by U.S. Diitrict Judge
Hoffman, holds thit the let it contli.
tutional and that all Chineie whoajsv.
arrived here lines its passage Md who
may hereafter arrive muit return from
whence they came, The. written decision will be rendered thii aftatmoan.
SBBVBD BIH BIOHT.    ll      1
St. Louis, Mo., Oot. 16.-BUTJohn-
ton, a nego employed by C. G. Newman, a young farmir at Coeknfi*.
Georgia, isuulted the litter'i wif. on
Friday during Newmm'i absenoe, end
fled. A crowd of 300 men ciptured
him yeiterday ud hanged him to •
tree and riddled him with bullets,
A FDIAL AlWOaiBNIIBBT,
Washington, Oct. 16,-Oats of All-
bama offered a rewlution In the houte
to-day for . finil adjournment on th.
18th init It wu laid over until tomorrow. ,. t6 ,i.5
.     , |     HOT.BAPipiB(..,...0l! „!(,
London, Oct 16.—Zanzibar ,dli-
patchei deny the. report that, the natives aro canibali aud hid eaten the
'German! "lain by them. It fi true,
however, that their bodiei were mutilated In honor of their fetich. i»vml
' great raM.    " .*' J-i
Glasgow, OeWS.^-A block of men
itory building! and a tfuM.n*tery
block oppoiite were deitrayid by ir.
yeiterday., Lots £100,000. Fursra-
men.were injured. ;,v.;,i .i_yl»
-i'.,   .     ABUSB OJIIit.v. i i'.Meil. ','"
Berlin, Oct. IB.—Th. wrai-ostalal
press .buses MsokeotiCt book, batno
attempt ii made to ref.te th. itft.-
incnts publiihed.' .'"     .   „ ..   .^
yellow.'.niVBB. ,\y..: -..[
Jacksonville, Oct 16.—Uptoneon
today there wu fifteen new cau. and
no deathi.' The relief committee ,hu
reduced the number of .penom ted
from 16,000 a fortnight igo to 9,000.
1   A woBtBT i*aoJij*w6»t '"'■_
HAwiic<«tE w*i*y°mm,
miniiter of the Interior, ftforlh** the
council thai- the Euglsh' |**Wiiii*tit
hu proposed to th. EarOpstn attd
American government, to prohibit Pacific ocean trade Id arnu, dynimltajand
other exploiivei And uoohol. Sooor
Armijo, miniiter ef fon'ign attain, uid
that the American government had declined to ment to the propoihaon.
Tha council deckled to uuntif th.
other nations would do likewiu. ;■'
A MALL BlOr. I
Chicago, Oct. 15.—At iii o'clock
thii morning the fint cu wu nm oat
from Garfield av.au. birni ind proceeded on its way without molestation.
The next lix can wen than run but
•Iter going thne blockt wire attacked •
by a mob who mide an itttnlt upon
the new driven ind conductor*,' Stonu
and minilei wen freely used attain
attempt made to drag the haw mn
off the c*n but Ihe polic appearing
th. men ran away. At 10 o'closk everything wu quiet ind thi can aro
running M usual.
whbat.      ■  '■ '■'
Livibpool, Ool. 15.—Whut quiet
but iteady.   Cala., St. I'd.   -   ■■.'.
Chicaoo, Oct 16.— Whut wa
panicky to-day and prion took a eon*
tidorably downward tarn. Vat. dropped 5c., doling it 109»; Miy HI   '
San Franctsco, Oct 15.—Whul
weiker md S__ lowtr, Nor. 193;
Deo. 160.
New York, Oct. It.—A very wwk
feeling prevailed in the whut ssrstt
to-day. Nov. cloud 3J ind Bu, Jja,
under Saturday'! cloiing; Nov. UNI;
Dec. 110j; May 114J.
OERHAN JEALOUSY.       _,-
Berlin, Oct. 16.—McKenaie'i bo**
ii not allowed to be lold in this city.
The police are uizing copiu expoud
for sale it all the book ilinpi ttl*Berlln.
m'keneib's book siizid.    .'';''"'
Berlin, Oot. 16.—Forty tboiiunj
copies of MoKomie'i book were MtaM
at Liepilc by the police 16-day.,A<10''.'
A BBlLDISG"OTLLAr"*a, ''.,'"' .
Glasgow, Oct. 16,-^'ftie'ttraot'i^
Imildlng! Adjoining the1 ope phBubbutu
it., burned yeiterdiy,' ciillapwd lb*.
morning wtd it totally roin-d. LN.
on thi. block, £50,000. .- .'iiut.^imi
..  ==^==wmtm^i_iohvM
B. 0. Bruce, druggiit, Tin, slysi t
hive no medicine on my .halve, tailulll
fitter or gives better nttiflotlon thin Br.
Thomu' Belectrlo Oil, and thi uh W
constantly inereuing, the put yUr bs*
ing the largett I have ever had, Ose et
my oustomen wu cured of cafsrrh hr
using three bottles. Another *ii nluft;
ont of bed, where he hid been llM op a
long time with a lame back, by nting tw.
bottles. I have loll ef ooswm***, wh.
would not be without It overnight. ,  -'
m
.      .   !'!''    !'S!rr!s=^!^r_Wtmu
.lob nruatlng ot sll kind, umtlf ess,
at tho CoLOtlalAN olBoe.    Prloe. will )ks
found u low u M any other 'colas U,
tl»ptovuvs.—sA, ,'."i'-' ■'""'*
im.v_n_mm\    «■,, ,■ ' ■-   "■;•;
Children- Ci^rlt«rH^<M^ 9atlS $riiish Colombian
M.nUy Evening. Oel. IJ. isss.
On the: 23rd of this 'month, as
will hat* been seen by an advertise-
mentan our columns, there will be
an ezteniirs auction sale at Vanoouver, of provincial government
landi, lituated principally on the
North Arm of the Fraser Hirer and
lying;-!*-**!! there and the city of
Vancouver. Thii is moat eligible
"ft\lipTrty"for agricultural, and other
purposes, and ihould bring good
prices it thii time. There is one
matter, however, in.oohneotion with
the tale of tha, land that is cause for
regret, and we call attention to it
with the hopo that tbo government
Maw be able to deviio some way,
even ihould it be irregular, to provide a remedy commensurate with
the exigencies of the cue. We are
informed that there are at leaat four
bona fide lettlen occupying olaimi
within the traot to be -old. It
would appear that these lettlen
"squatted "on the land in queition
during the time that it waa held ai
a Dominion railway reserve, as
many others have dona throughout
the province on Dominion lands,
hoping in time to secure a title to
the land. Subsequently, when the
railway belt was definitely defined,
thia land reverted to the province.
By repeated representations at Ot-
- tawa, such arrangements were mado
by the department of the interior as
enabled squatters on Dominion
landi to obtain possession of the
land whioh they had improved and
bona fide settled upon. Had this
provincial land chanced to be included in the forty-mile Dominion
railway belt, the settlers, or squatter*, in question would doubtless
hate been able to secure a' title, ai
hate othen under similar circum-
itanoei; but, ai it is. they occupy an
anomalout poiition with regard to
their holdings, no provisions existing to confirm them in possession. A
fair valuation, it is true, of the lands
and improvements has been made by
the government, with which, we un-
dentend, the settlers are satisfied, so
far ll' valuation goes. They, naturally, however, feel it a hardship to
bs obliged to give up their homes
'and the lands they have improved,
or else bid against speculators to retain them. What tbey wish, we believe, although they cannot, perhapi, claim it is a right, is to have
the privilege of purchasing the lands
anon which they bave settled at the
nominal price per acre of provincial
government land. SqUatten are not
alwayi deserving of lympathy. Indeed, in lomeoaiu it ii quite the
. rt-rene—where thiy deliberately and
p-smeditately little upon land for
jmrpewt of ipeculation. But the,
eaaea we bave mentioned are those
of bona fide, permanent settlen, in
whose possession/ the land will be of
1 inftiitely more value to the province
than if held by speculator*, ai is
quite likely to be the caie if sold.
The government have ihown a com-
. meojdable diipcition to encourage in
varioui ways immigration and actual
,,i,ttl*.*^t|'appr*ciitiiig the value of
attchtotbecounlry. A penny saved
is and tr/ bs a pen**- gained. Aoting
upon thii pnheiple, we would ask
' the government even ter atrain a
paint, jf poiiible, arid endeavor to
retain four or five good,- settlen by
enabling them to lecnre pouession of
the lands upon which they have settled and placed valuable improve
nnnti, although they may h.ve no
. legal olum to a title. We do hot
ask the provincial authorities' to take
oar Word in this matter exeluilvely,
bn* to investigate for themselves and
a^'Wl»Min$. Wo trust the gov-
emment may lee their way clear to
take some iuoh course as we have in
dieted.
We have received a marked copy
of the Sioux Oity (Iowa) Journal,
with a circular, enclosed, signed D,
H, Talbot, Sioux City, who is a large
■took raiser in ihe American northwest, asking ut to co-operate with
the object of securing the removal of
the embargo againat American cattle
going through Canada, en route to
. foreign markets. The Journal thus
defines the subject and the Interests
affected: "The aubject ii that of
the shipment of cattle from points in
•hs oorthwest aorosi Canadian terri-
<t_tf tot exportation direct to English ports. It includes shipme nts to
be made from United States ports,
tte cattle hiving been ihipped from
tte'northweit through Canadian ter-
rltory^nd back into American, territory to be embarked from American
porta for export, ii well as ship-
*"a*htl which go across Canadian territory to be embarked for export
from Canadian porta;   While this is
the cattle inteniti of the' whole
BOithwut, it it hardly leu import-
tat—indeid, it is ultimately more
important—»i .Anting the railroad
and other Interest, of the northweit."
Hi* Journal goes on to ihow that it
mttujlbe olineatimable advantage lo
attnmin if tbey could .hip by the
s»W"9oo "lin. or th. other railroads
At «** new irpper lake route, and
UranM by Oanadian roods to Quebec
fo.sport, tbonoe to England, which
maid .be la: gNat advantage over
ablpmestto Ohioago or any other
w»y tb Kew York for export.   The
tittiamgee are twofold.   The route
MwaaaMef lo be ill miles shorter be-
t#*a}n Slotix Oifjr ind Liverpool thin
between the ttm -mIbU via. New
*&^h,SMK' •*• ***
northerly route by land and water
affords a cool and healthy passage
for cattle, thus making a great saving in tbe matter of shrinkage. "If
tliis northern and cool route could be
used," says the Journal," it would
not only result directly in the foil
occupation of the market of England
by American cattle growers, but it
would also immediately lead to competition in battle rates between here
(the Amorioan northweit) and the
■eaboard. It would do another
thing of viit importance, It would
render the northwestern cattle
grower! independent of the great
Chicago beef ring, a monopoly which
hai usurped the profits of the whole
cattle industry." The Journal adds:
" But the American cattleman is as
completely shut off from the benefits
of this route as if they did nut exist.
This is done nnder guise of quarantine regulations—upon pretense that
the American northwest is an infected district. The result is that
American cattle are not allowed to
be shipped across Canada until they
have been quarantined ninety daya
on the frontier, and that, too, at a
single point, viz., at Sarnia. The
oxpense of such a quarantine, and
the delays and other expenses involved, are virtually an embargo on
oattle traffic, and an embargo of the
most effective sort." The advantages
sought so far would appear to be all
on one side; but it is stated that all
the Canadian northwestern provinces
want the embargo removed, and
Canadian business man generally, especially (which is quite natural), all
transportation companies, both railroad and steamship. Mr. Talbot, in
the interest of the oattle raisers of
the American northwest, has been
stirring up both the United States
and Canadian governments to Action
in this niatter, and considerable correspondence is quoted on the subject.
One of these is from the Dominion
department of agriculture, setting
forth the origin and necessity
of the quarantine on American oattle. It is stated, however by American cattle raisers that
the necessity for this quarantine
does not now exist, there being no
American cattle now infected with
pleuro-pneumonio, but that the embargo is still maintained at the instance and in the interests of cattle1
raisers in the older provinces in the
Dominion. "Theobject to be attained," says the Journal, is primarily to have this embargo removed' so
that American cattle can be shipped,
without any quarantine; iii bond,
directly across American territory to
point of embarkation for export.'
That is to say, the Canadian and'
imperial governments should be
brought to recognize the fact that
the northwest actually is not an infected district. If those governments
refuse to recognize the truth and insist that it ii " infected," then they
should be brought to establish tho
quarantine, not on the Canadian
frontier, but at tho initial points of
shipment, as at Sioux Oity, and then'
allow them tb go in bond direct to
thb seaboard, This would be a
remedy, though not so satisfactory as
the one previously mentioned." This
latter arrangement, at least, we
should imagine, might be made.- We
do not believe in any unnecessary
artificial trade restriction!, on general principles, and, although the
matter in queition is not one affecting ui ai Britiih Columbians to any
appreciable extent; the greatest good
to tbe greatest number demands that
trade lie left unhampered so far as ii
compatible with international relations and revenue purposes.
Children Cryfor Rtcher'sCastoria
QT. PAUL'S Curium. John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Hadtlon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. ro. Thursday evening,
at 7:30 o'olook. Seat, tree; all an cordially invited. Sunday Sehoo! at 2:30 p. m.
Ttr O. T. 0.-REGULAR MEETING
Vf . every Wednesday afternoon at s
o'clock at the W. 0. T. u. Headquarten,
Douglas St Loyal Legion tn the same
6lace every Friday afternoon.  Mrs. Jas.
r/NNiNallAM, President; Hiss DiBkk,
Secretary. dau21te
»    union lopue h., », a. r.
n__f\_w * A. X.—The regular Com-
Tt/ munloitloni of tbls Lodge .re
/ ▼ \ heldontheflratMondaylneaoh
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
feft-to Secretary.
T-aTES-vV-
Boot and Shoe
STORE,
DOLIAMM!
LADIES, IF YOU WISH TO GET
reliable   goods it   low   figures,
read the following: -
I take much pleasure In announcing tb
the publio of New Weitminster thit I
have opened out a large and well assort,
ed stock of Men's, Women's and Children's Boots, Shoes and Suppers in all
qualities. These goods were expressly
manufactured for mo by the celebrated
Ames, Holden Boot and Shoe Co., of
Montreal, and having purchased for cuh
ami Intend' selling for the sune, I am prepared to dispose of then good! at prices
which cannot but bo satisfactory, Come
and look It the stock, compare prices and
you will acknowledge I am able to give,
you bargains.
WIN. JOHNSTON,
Columbia itreet, New Weihnlnitir.
ooiodt. -..-,-
Perfeot Hair
Indicates a natural and healthy condition of the scalp, and of tho glands
through which nourishment is obtained.
Whon, in consequence of age and disease, the hair becomes weak, thin, and
gray, Ayer'i Hair Vigor will strengthen
It, restore Its original color, promote Its
rapid and vigorous growth, and Impart
to It the lustre and freshness of youth,
I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
long tune, and am convinced of It.
value, When I n IT yean ot age my
hair began to turn gray. I comm.nc«l
nilng the Vigor, and wu lurprtsed at
th. good effect. It produced. It not
only restored tb. color to my hilr, tat
so stimulated its growth, thit I hivt
now more hair than ever before.—
1. W. Edwards, Coldwatcr, Miss.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by all DruggltU ud I-erfumers,
If too abe buffi-rind from debility
■nd loss of appetite; If your stomach is
out of order, or your mind confused;
tako Ayor's Sarsaparilla. This medicine
will restore physical force and elasticity
to the system, more surely and speedily
than any tonic yet discovered.
For six months I suffered from liver
and stomach troubles. Hy food did not
nourish me, and I became weak and
very much emaciated, I tookslx bottles
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and was cured.
-J. M. Palmer, Springfield, Mass. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prepared by Dr. J.O. Ayer &Co.,Lowell,lIss8.
Sold by Druggists.   Price »1; tli bottlM, %*,
IfOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty daya after date we Intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and works for permission to lease for
timber purposes the fol lowing, described
lands, Bttuated ln New Westminster District. Jl, C, on the southerly side of Harrison lake, and about twenty miles from
Harrison hot springs!
Commencing at a post planted at the
south-west corner of Plot No. One [1] of
Martin 4 Bon's application, for the Harrison Saw Mills, dated September SHlh,
1888. post marked H. ft. Mill; thence 130
chains north, TO deg. weBt, to a post marked 8. W. post, II. 8. Mill; thence 20ehalns
north-east to a poat marked N. W. poBt,
H. S. Mill; thence east 10*5 chnlns to a post
marked N. E. post, H. S. Mill; thence 40
chains south to place of commencement
—containing about 800 acres.
HARBISON SAW MILLS.
Jos. Martin A Son.
Dated October 8,1883. doclOml
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
T\R JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SYS-
\J tern of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis. Catarrh, Erysipelas, Brlght's Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and all chronic complaints, Fe*
vers,SmallPoxlPllei,Dyspepsla, Measles,
Dlptheria, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bone, Whooping Cough,
"' * *— 'um, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
twmplftlntB, The system
Cholera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
andairfttoj^iwrnplftintB. Tlie system
Is simple.  The medicine rebuilds the dis
eased cults and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and for-.
menUjOrganlo Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared In the body by the
glands.
dBauto
r sale by
M. DESBRISAY.
WE. FALES,
PRACTICAL JNDERTAKER,
Embalming « Specialty.
OetsUr 1st Wooden and Mctaltc Btar-
' Ul Caskets. F-mtrals •••uUeUtl.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed In every particular.
dwocltc
Columiia St. Niw Wut.
TO SAW_MILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld,
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufacturers of
OAMO, OfftOOUl AND HlAVY BAND lAW Mill.*,
For the convenience of their British Co*
a „    lumbla friends,have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland £ Co.
MILLWRIGHTS AND MECHANICAL ERGMEERS,
WERTMINIfEB,
Their Sole Agents for this Province.
We are now building a special llneof
Machinery for this country, equal to anything built on tbe American continent.
Before making any changes yon will do
well to correspond with our agonls.
WM. HAMILTON, Sr.
auBdwtc President.
DR. CHILD'S
An Infallible Remedy!
"I hod Piles very bad. Treatment by
Various doctors and at Medical Institute
did me no good. Dr. Child's PlloOlnt*
ment cured me," J. Kivn.
"I had Piles fifteen years. A #2 pot of
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment has about cured
me," J.Rollit.
(Mr. It, now reports that be Is completely cured),
"I had Piles over ten years. Suffered
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's File Ointment, Whioh gave Immediate relief, and
I now consider myself oured." i
THOS. ECKKRSLRr,
> Loco. Engineer.
"I had Piles about thirty years. Was
often laid up with them, Was under
treatment three months In hospital at St.
Pauli but nothing did me much good till
I got Dr. Child's File Ointment, which relieved me Instantly. One pot cured me
and two other men/' .,
J. H. Crtjitcsiianks,
!  Painter.
PRIOE,   ONE   DOLLAR
—BOLD BY—   ,
D. S. CURTIS UO.
MMESAIE ft "ITAII MUOulSTJ,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
BON  MARCHE
****—PSSSSS-S, '_        ■'_     -'■
Dry Goods and nothing
AT COST FOR CASH.
Walker U Shadwell,
COLUMBIA
Dress-Making I
Misses MCDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
ttr Satisfaction guaranteed,      daplsto
DRESSMAKING
At hiss JEMnras',
(Lais or Bnolaud)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•■"Satisfaction guaranteed.    dwfe7te
iTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
±S we Intend to make application to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
vis.:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south stdeof unsurveyed ohannelatnortli-
weat corner of Lot 25, Valdes Island;
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to the
northeast corner of Lot 25; thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 20 ehalns,
thence south 20 ehalns, thence east 20
ohalns, thence south 20 chains, thence
east 60 chains, thenoe north 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence north 80
chains. theBco west 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, more or less, to a post on
the shore of unsurveyed channel; thence
following the shore fine In a westerly direction fo point of commencement, and
contalnlngln all 1400 acres, more or less.
LAIDLAW * CO,
AugustSlst, 1838, doc2ml
Contract Retail
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth **• Fraser
I now offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to III. Citizen, of
NEW   WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Dtitrtott.
N. B.—A tint-class Upholsterer em
ployed.
dauttc   P. PEEBLES.
C. E. WOODS AC. GAMBLE.
Laid Sonnim. KofMV "uiuo
WoofagTonurkBuUB
LAND SURVEYORS,
oil
AND OONVEyANCERS.
l*>*3-21*aTTa jTOB
FIRB.-The Weitern ol Toronto.Th. XI-
na, Th. City ol London, .nd Th. Hart.
lord.
I*n.-Th. Sett York LU. Iniuruo. Co.
AOOIDBBT-ThoTravellerrofHirtford
L.sd Isrv.jrlng In all 111 brandies accurately *nd prompt!? carried out.
City and Suburban Landi for Sale.
We oan show a complete list ol desirable
localities,
FanslsgLand., Improved and unimproved, throughout the dlslrlct.
Mlntns and other Block bought und
sold.
Mom, t. Loan on am mortniieat
low raits. 	
Tsmphohk Call No. 93.
P. O. DbavibW.
WOODS, HBNKB A flAHBlR,
Omn, Ellaio'i Blooi,  ■  Cnuwit train
SXVt WIP-nilHRTlK.
dmhllto
Lratai Harris
<SS   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AKD—
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tnnnot all Busmen relating to
Real Ettate.
—AOBNTS POR—
Loidoi Aimraife Corporation.
Connecticut Fir* Iniirance Co. of
Hartlbrd.
London md UneMklfe tire Aiinr.
ance Co.
Cutoi Inmrantc Old, U. (Mirlne)
OPPIOBBl
Columbia St., New West'r.
4* fiovsMment St, Victoria
tmtm
STREET.
SMSSSa.SS.^|St
Land Registry Ordinance, 18TO
P.rt(90 Aores) Of Lot Noi 450,'Group
II., in tbo Diitrict of New Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title ol Isaac Sinclair Johnston to
the above land, has been lost oi destroyed, and application his been mide lor.
duplicate thereof;.
Notice 1! therefore hereby given that a
fresh Certificate will be Issued tn
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause be shown to the contrary within
one month from the date hereof,
R. W.' ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Kniatrar.
Land Registry Offloe,
New West,, 8llhg.pt.. UM.     dss-jml
JUST ARRIVED-5/ND SACKS and 5,000.
more en route. Farmers, tond In yonr.
orders early, that iirifly know how man,.
to Import. ,
dwse21ml W. R. AUiWN,
Executor's Notice.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A against tbe Estate ol the lata John
HTMoInnes mutt present tame, properly
verlfled, to the underelgned on or before
«h.lt.tl»!t.,.ndall Miaaons l.debHd to
laid E.taU muat pay forthwith,
Inw!-arM»aOot,»,im.
NOTICE.
HE HALTS OF LOW TN THE TOWN-
_ slly of Hope, of which notlee-was
given for the litth InsL, ho* been poat-
fi
•ETOTIO-H1
B OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
. we have mado application loth.
on. Minister ol the Infilor for .leu.
for tlraberlnr purposes ot the following
described tract of landi *.-.-
Commencing, at a poifcolontod at the
forkjrof silvefBeek IpSfflfarrlKin Lake),
about on. and- o-hair mile, from Its
montl.i thence east'n ehalnt. tbenoe
south 120 ohalns, thenoe west 160 ohalns,
thenoe North ISO ohalns, thmce east If
ehalns, to place of commencement
BRl'lftTTEHAW MII.LCO.ILd.)
ete_n_\    Per H. L. DlBion, Manager.
TOTOTICE IS HEREBY GXVEJg THAT
H we intend lo make a*pfk»Tt-,Q t* Ibe
Chief Commlssloher of Lands and. Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes'
vlii
'Commencing atajwst planted' northeast from Granite Point, Valdes Island,
Discovery Passage; on tho opposite side or
unsurveyed   channel;   thenoe   east 20
NOTICE.
P
ARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
Company, whose Prethlums are pay-
 at Eastern points, ean have the place
of payment therenf elianged to this city,
free of charge, hy applying to the undersigned.
Ihki lake* In tMi lrJ*lnc€aaa-
dtan CenitMay at WDit r«v«raMe talis,
dje28'tc
HEiwvv.a«oiro8,
TURNER, BEETON &CQ.
Mi#c+iA#ti;
WttARFSTRKBT . Y1CT0KIA.
., J-axarra itrom ..
fTorth British arid Hercantlle
insurance Co. ror Mainland.
M.C. BEETON*CO.,   ;
' 58 Flnsbury Circui,
Loudon, E. C.
3sr6T±ej3.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEK THAT
80 days after date we Intwdma"
appllealon to tbo chtnr Commf sslon
\AotXe A Works for. permission' to pur*
rlniRe tbe following desortbed lands In
Const DlHirlot, Province ot Brltlsh.Colum-
bla:
'No, I.-*-Commencing at the N. E. corner
of Lot 94, Range 1 (ViuUe-c Island); thence
east ten O0) chains, south to shore llneof
Hoskyn Inlet, thence northwesttrltalocg
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet arid Village
bay to the fl. E. corner *f Let 94, thence
along Its eastern boundary to Mint of
commencement—containing about 80
acres.
No. 2.-The small Island lying at the
uead of Village-bay, Voltes Warn- —
talnlng about o» (IT acre.
adt-afon-
New W-jtt, K t., SeptlO, 1«S.
ROYAL orrV PLANING MILLS CO,
(Limited) .
By their Agent,
dSSllmS r-   ' ClIARUH ftj IfWtM.:
Tt
INorth British and
lierenntlt*
■   -iTX^Ei__l   -
INSURAMI
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED IS09.
iMkorlfod.Caplsil,   .   t*,(
pttttim^%   %-iJ^iioo
Mldap, .     «1PO0
Fire ("aid t Beiervei, u
at Slit Dm., 1887,       •      1,188,111
Berenoo Fire Branch,    l,*lt,M4
_WRates as Low as any other
reliablcCompany doing business in Brhisli Cfgumbia.
J. 8. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City ind
D&trlot. 	
HENRY V.EDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OOHVEYAMGEff, REAL ESTATE
—AMD-
INSURANCE AGENT
HA8 REMOVED
BANK BUILDI1--TGS
OOLUMBIA -n-RBET,     .
NBW WE8TMINSTEB,  •  B. 0.
Opp. Postoflloo and nextdoortothe
■     Bankof Britiih Columbia.
poned until further orders.
.. B. J.'W. AIRMAN,
Asent Dominion Lands, B.C.
New Wettmlnirter, Ith Oet,, 1S».
dwocsto
NOTIOH,
VrOTIOE IS BEREBY OIVEN THAT
J> we have made application to the
Honorable tbe. JllnUUr ol the Interior of Canada for a lease, for timbering purposes, on tho following des-
oribed tract! of land situated Tn the
Dlttrlet of New Wettmlntter, Provlnoe of
British Columbia/tin-Commencing at a
post marked J. a. B. and J. MeC m
chains,about northwwt from .iRputlot
of Mllooel Uakeer adjoining Mi. BtMetle
Sawmill Company's application; ttlence
west #10 chains, more or less, w tt post
marked J. O. R. and J. McL.,8.W.i thence
north SOchalrii too pnt marked J. O.ia
and J. McL,, H.E.: thence west 210 chains,
moro' or lets; to a pott marked J. o. R.
and J. McL., N. w.; thence south 160
ehalns, more or less, to a post marked! J.
O. R. and J. McL., 8. E.j thence east 40
ehalns, mom or less, to a post marked1 J.
O. Ii. an.lj. MoU.H.E.; thenco south. SO
ckeJns, more « len, to a poat marked j.
OJB. andij. Uet.fttX.l thence easlw
ehalns, more or less, to a post marked J.
O. H, and J, MoL., 8, E.; tbence south 210
obalns, more or less, to a post marked J.
O. R. and J, McL., 8. W,; thence cast B2G
ohalns, moro or less, lo a post marked J.
a. Pt and J. MoL., 8. E.| thenoe north 160.
e»aln!^moi»pr less, to . post marked J.
agPR. ahdi,3i_te__ near Bruuelts Sawmill
Co*s application; tbence along said application to the place of commencement.
Also Section St. the west half of Section
86, and the east half of Section if, all ln
Township Twelve (12), District of New
*"--'-'—-Ytlrovlnceol British (Jolum-
Westminster,
Ma
JAMES O.ROBB.  .
JAMES McLARUN.
By tholr Agent,
O. fi, r
Rahd.
New West., B.C., 28th Aug., 1888.  dlmlSoc
Public Notice
rpHEATWIlTIOll OP TPHE PUBLIC
_. -tt hereby dlreetcd lo the "Provincial
Health (small-pox) By-Laws, 1888," Issued
by His Honour Ihe Lleutenant-Qovernor
In Council, under authority of the"Health
Ordlliunce, 1889."
..Haaing^ bec__   appointed   Provfnciul
Health Officer fori Dtftrlols lyl.giautli of
IPnwr Rlvu, I hereby slasaotke that
tke provlslonK of siilif sy-LW. will be
itrletly'enforeed, and all persons ore required to govern themselves accordingly,
Jt. _ BENTLEY, M. B„
Provincial Health Offioer,
. slew WMWOet. 1.108. dooiml
'   jM.]       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
^THElliWTBWNT-SOVfeRNOIr-
- IN COUNCIL,
Visit tb. AoTOOiinr or tb. "Hialtu
^atra»A»ri, I***?
TTIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
IX *tSvernor..of British Oolumbla, by
.nd with thsjf Jdvlce oil the Executive
Counrt I mt BHtsh Ooliimbl., acting under
and by virtue of tbo provision, of the
•'Health Ordinance, 1808," enacts as follow!!—
1, Wbeneversmall-poxlspresentlnany
locality without the boundaries of anr
   .. any
- Jnclal Health Ofrl-
.h loeallly .hall al once
- T-vnt to be removed to au
bospil, tent or other -.liable
cault luch pMKn to M olher-
w.m, .u.,lderrHr Isolated, and sHall see
that he Is properly oared for. .nd ih.ll
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or. If necessary, th. destruction of all
clothing which may have been exposed to
the eonnglon, and lor tho disinfection
'and purification of every conveyance,
rail-car, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehicle which may have
been expoied to tbe contagion.
2. Suoh Health Oflleer mail hive, In hll
discretion,lullpqwertoplu. In another
building orient all penoni who m»y have
'been exposed to the contagion, .nd shall
cause them to be supplied with .11 necessaries until the period of Incubation of
the disease shall have elapsed, .nd no
inch person .ball go, or be permitted to go,
.broad, nntll he or ahe has given satisfactory proof of successful vaoolnatlon
within tbe preceding seven years, or shall
Have obtained a medical oertMcala Of -In-
loiceptlbtlity to Iho vacota. i"
—. ...-_,-..., rejirsili.
oiling	
'.hup or her ban keen
. worn or air-
properly dl.lnfected, If the lame havl
been expoied to contagion.
8, To assist the Health Officer, he shall
hav. full power to employ penon. to bo
nur.ee,sanitary policemen, And othe. wise
to aid In the prevention of tho spread ol
the disease, and may himself give and on.
Sforoe inch renminbi, dlrectfo.s tot thi
tmop.rpo,.a.tohlmmay Hem expo
lent, and the nearest Goverr ' '--'
■ dlrectfo.s fo* Ihe
nroay seem expedient, and me nearett Government Agent
shall see that all artloleiMd necenariei
required by the Health .Officer are furnished.
4. It shall be the duty of every medloal
al i
.rthilWafuFbe'.'ha'l'l
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IH ALL FABTS OF THK
City and Dlstrlot; of New
"">'   W««tmlmter,
,  , -Ajlttr.       | ; , . ,
CITY •' VANGOUVER
AOINT FOR
TkeCiMdallleliiinnwCo.,
The Xiiltial Fire tiuruee 0e„
Tke Vorwlek VMM Fire ImrsMO
Boclelj.
sF-ioaat ErTeclcd .. leal Eslale .1
■eia.ua.Ie Bateai,
iBSBi niiiiTsiik mi
atl*-**l
practitioner who shall attend* upon, or
give medical or surgical advlco, to or
.hostmay penon suffering from small-
pot, te live aoUre rnnhwltf* altar be iball
have maHMnced so le attend or give such
advice, to tbe nearest Provincial Health
Officer. Whin a householder knows that
.person within the house occupied, by
hlm li taken sick ol small.pox, fie shafl
rmmedlately give notloe thereof to Ihe
nearest Provincial Health 0Ulcer.
.6. ThaProyl.clal Health Officer before
ment1on<d 1. and Include, any penon
appointed Health Officer under tie
••Health Ordinance, 1180," by the Llente.-
.nt-oonrnor In Council.
a Th. foregoing provisions shall hav.
no eBeet within the limits of an, Municipality, save as hereinafter mentioned.
7, In ease the Council of any Municipality, whenever .m.ll-pox Is preient, or
likely to occur therein, shall fall to make
fb.^„7^ia|f.wr.^.l.^'.v,1h.,
In the Mun1olp.llty,andcomplaldt thereof ahall be made to the Lleuutainl-Oov.
ernor by the Coundll M any adjacent
Municipality, it ahall be lawfulTor th.
Lleuteunt-Govemor In Council, acting
, upon ueh complaint or In nil discretion
upon otber Information, to order that
1 these regulations shall, until otherwise
ordered,.poly to and be 1. Mt, WHIM
tbe Municipality In which auch nlgleoi
SeXoi'rii^e^t^^s-ro
reepect of euch Municipality all the authority with which he ll clothed In re-
ipsitof loeallllos without Mulclpalltlel,
•nd In inch can all dlibunentcnli and
expMit. paid b, Ibe Province, I. the
earning out within such Muulclbaillyol
Ihe rangolni nnilatlons, thall be paidby
«och MlmcroalTly.
j. The*. regulaUon. may be eHnru Ih.
"ftOTaSelllXe_m (smifl-po dXBywwl.
Dated at victoria, thii 8rdday.of.Oeto-
bor,1888.
ohalns, thence north.20 chains,
west.40 chains, thenco north 20
.In
■minm uuoiiin,   luputio   aiun.ii   sv uiiaiuff,
thence west 20 ohalns, tbence south 40
ohalns. more or less, to the shore; thenee
following the shore line to point of commencement, and containing in atl 100
acres, more or less.
September 1st, 1888.
LAIDLAW * CO.
doc-ml
•fcqrp^CM.
XT OTICE IR BEREBY GIVEN THAT
A** IS i?___\J? niake application to
the Chief Commissions, of Band, and
Wsrki for permlwlon to Ins. the following described property for timbering pur-
po.es, vl..:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Lot 11, Valdea Ialand;
thenee eut 40 ohalna. thenco north So
chains, thenco west St) ohalns, thence
north 80 ohalns, thence west 20 chains,
thenee north 40 chain!, thenoe weit 20
ohalns, theneo south 20 chains, thenoe
weit 20 chains, thence aouth 90 chain.,
tbence west 20, ehalns, tbenoe south 20
Chains, thence east 20 chains to the north-
west oomerof Lot 18; tbence east 40 cbalni
to the northeast'corner of the said lot;
thence south 80 chains topo1ntof.com.
mencement-contalnlng ln all 440 acres,
moteojlesl. .   LAIDLAW A CO.
July 28rd, 1888. doclml
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Pratt Treeg,
OroamenUlTroe*.
Smill Frnll*,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand ta gnat
variety. r..-",
Everything drst-olats and furnished ln
good shape.
ta. Send 15 eti. for valuable 80-page Descriptive Catalogue with 8 beautiful colored plates. Price Lists lint free.
dwdelstc
G. W. HENRY,.
Port Hammond, B. C,
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jones
FRE»H CAUFORHIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED PfcEE.
dlillto
RIFLES.   REVOLVERS,
Aumii
ALL KINBHitsT tm_mm&i_*Mi__
iM",-»rM Alio au OTim mn.
SpscUclei tBdSewia-f Ibrrluse XNdln
11  A SPECIALTY.
A nn. Ho. of Cutlery, Plpet; Bilr Ooodt,
Fincy Goods, Ac,
»»|Tho loiirest assortment «f single
!5!i.S»"l!!Sl»%**,,.h -and MaWs-trsdrni
SHOT-GUNS In the province,from Hup
,10,100.  W. W.Oreenelaun«.
8. H.WEBB.
AucTioNxin A ArpRAins.
NewW«tmln»ter,B.O.      dwMlOmS
MAW
II..nl. n.i, I   JT.. II..   i        '
mercnant istKif,
HAS JUST **MKIVW> A POI/WLINE
OvereoatlHi
■rWlkeep. large and aelact.took of
sveryttalriE,that ll found In auy'nt-Uait
Tailoring Establl.hment.     "*j,     ^^
OPPOglTl OtHONIAL HOTIL
Colbiuia St.,  •Jfaw WnTHsms. <
>-. '________	
aJk.X.X.{JlifV.
ii im firro^
<
OLD STAND,
Opp-tseo. P. N.co.'sWtarli
For. General Aitortmint ol     '
Goods,
cmqTHl2L^*&;
Milfihery, :•....,
Uiliw.'.SthllilrM^.plp-aml,
'   ', CM*
Clrtwer
:,___,,-,
■riUw Itfpgia, Barrels, ,
e»y, «r-Jn, Fetd, Ac
FARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OB SOLD ON COMMISSION.
t^_t_*titt_} ::x_tf ■"=m__m_n'-GTr-ie~--t>__f'.
fee SMtfrasldlng Up Her Deail.
'* "Isi mt introduce yon to the moil
(.rood! 41»er In America," laid my com-;
pinion, :|| w. sat lu o little cafo In a:
-.- small seaport town in '(Southern California.
A few moments later I was presented
and ln conversation with Romano Hernandez Garcia, the king of the .divers. He
Wn over 6 feet ln height, tall for his race,
will proportioned, with eyes deep ln hii
head that bland with a hi,Men Ore when
he becarne excited. Garcia told mo .
itory,aaoll relate It as he gave it me:
"I wai engaged lome 10 years ago to
examine a man-of-war that had sunk off a
South American port, and had two assistants to help me. One backed out at the
.. last moment, to two of na went down.
'    "The ihlp h»d,tt     '  supposed, ROno
'•' down with all on hoard, nnd wo were expected to lend up th. bodies and make a
thorough examination,
V ''The ship lay In about 60 'feet of water
us clear as n crystal, and beforo wo went
down we could see tlio fishes swimming
about through the rigging My partner
went down the foremast nml 1 tlio main-
matt, reaching thi deck, about the same
"> tiwi •;.'■,' ,
'■■Wi found her lying at in angle of
!  abou't'SSdegrees.   Thoasad had washed
' ' up against her port side even with the
deck, ao we could have walked off onto
tho bottom.. This prevented our making
mi examination of her hot torn, as it was
supposed tUatib.hnilbe.il iilewri hp by
a torpedo, tbcugb 1 am sure aim va-nslylng
nt auclior. under sail with- porta open,
nud was capsized by n squall    Wo found
. i!,.i iiortsopeu, and the anchor, out with
U0(.uliosisot chain i \ •;       ■•
a ;.    ll *a» midday when wo struck her,
'*.  o.d I', -wis iallgbt.mdl-.ou her.tleek.'
. "1 weut nit to go through the after com-
panlonwiy, and lound it closed by a big
boom.with ths wheel brokeu.andrammed
•gllntttlIn torn.way ,
'alolnglorwTirilrwi.foitTlil the hatcliei
all doted, to we concluded that, there
wire deed men near at hand We determined to try tho cabin Mist, ao began
work at It with the ban, and ihortly hid
Unpen,   '. . . .   .,xC" -.,..',:
"As we cleared tbe wteckaos it sprang
open like ai-.lf sonio one had pushed It,
ind Inimidlitelyont theie came an officer
In full uniform dlsflouri.il l.cnlhly. .Ho
rote np before ut quickly ; .Then como
another, until four went sailing up toward the; bolt. You see. they hid been
drifting there, and of course came out as
loon aa the hatch wai raited.
" Yob miy be (nro that I was not IPX-
Iqus to go into such a place, lint 1 had to,
I looked around lor ray partner: be wai
ilttlng on thi boom with tils head down,
and It he hadn't heen ln armor I ihould
hav. thought him sick,, but ha got up ns 1
motioned, and weweut down ths Udder.
"Heaven deliver merfrom luch another
tight," uid Garcia. "As 1 reached th.
floor the room atimtd to bi completely
Wild with dead peopli.
"Th.y wire floating overheid, loin.
. itanding upright with bindi out-
itretcbcd.some .ppeared to be iwlmmlng,
othen were grupeJ In each othet'iarmi,
trail, many more were itrewn upon the
•est. I beganyto,|i|u! tlieai onto! the
, .-**.»;when i».yr.ulckly rote upnird to
ttsyitirfice.
"Even 1, hardened u 1 waa by miny
inch Kines, wis horrtfled. '
"After w. had ceired the cabin we
mat Into th. itateroomi. but moat of
thtmwir. imply. -The officii! had«U
denllyhad some warning, and had mide
. luth lor th. ciblo. cut as th, doors
opined out ind hid become jammed, they
i sni.lltei.lly penned In. . '
'Thing! wire Just as ,they bad left
them. Light article! were floating about,
bat th. table, and heavy chain wire In
plict. ,vj
"W.mad.atbojroughiximlnitfon.ind
then win t up, ipAwarn they anierewed
as.sth.rm.n<ad*tlmtl hewn out of bli
asrd^ind It TrtSlwrtlhh. before ho got
over It. 1 learned afterward that hi wu
.green hind st It."
w__
ritu*mr.ii\t fob,
___w ■ ■
A Onlhtadleewls. HIUlHy Hospital.
Nonet la hospital, are rather apt to
In loa much itrtsi on the advantages re-
cdve* b.tl.poiltins. na* their duty of
tbankMllstt. bill a*l"l« Is »h.poor iol-
dhr who angers th. foMt from .alwayi
having hll csoiei to bo grateful flung in
hll tilth. Wltne.t th. following true
.at""" ,";. . : . ■<
Cbaplila-"So poor Hopklmii dead. I
' should have liked to ipsak to him one.
again, and wothc lilt latt moment!; why
didn't: on can mil"
Hotp alorderlj-"I dlin't think you
ought Id pi dltfnibed for 'Opklnt, tlr.so
Unlit soaUrtdhlm at best I could my-
WW '
•CbaplMfl ''WbyVwhit' did you uy to
l-»l^■••f*k^^«s^lJ,*x*a»•rmo^
, "'lam,'ms.'•. a
" "OpklwVieit, 'I don't think you'll
gitbettet.'     -.-
i "'NpJ-.-s*'..;     :   I > lYl   .
I " 'Opklnt,' ■« I, 'you'n going fait.'
1 i. tyH »iu i.
' " "(jpilni,' mi 1,'I don't think yon can
'•jetogeto'eav-n.'
;   "'Idon'1 Unaklui.'wi'.,
" 'Will, thw, 'Opklai,'iu I, 'you'll ga
to 'ill,'
" •tO^tnV & ^dn ought t» be
wery g ratef ul u thiri'i. pl.ee perwldod
All1 -III' Ills* that you've got wmewhero
tog.,' ud I think '. 'eanl, ilr, aad then
'• died. "-London Hoipltil.
I
A PhUHophlnri Problem,
I Iaare.sntaumlairofiheiUilioalN.wi
lptsara*ii lot. frctt a comspondent
»!#» praMilsnal .etUenol U aa un-
•ufllfled InAjhieraeht otthe accuracy of
Uiwbs.rr.ttcs, In whioh he write.:
"I remember being jolted over th.
<Pro"m*»(nataby-w.g.nbyanurie,«nd
raolvtng to Utl of hir u mob u I oould
SMsk." ' ■
la leading tht .bote 11 occurred to ns
that It would not be amiss to ask th.
writer how h. knew that there was suoh
__^m__**h -ad'tkBt hew.uld ever
min% Mliircl-ethat iiculty.-Sclince.
I  r
.iirtif w	
A witty auotlonoor described tho excel-
lime of a oow he was offering for salo,
In tho following verses:
Long In her sides,—bright In hor oyos,
Sh°rth| kir lo-aWtM! -a hwtlilgas,
Big IA her rlbs.-wlde In her iiliiaf,
Full In her Bdlom.-srnnll in hiAhlae,
Long In hor fapo,-dlno In hor tall,
Aad never dMfileut In fllllng hor pall.
— ■■        in      | |, ;  .
Slgsincaat,
-Ifhet': 'iMaaUhs,! think Frank nicain
huslnesi." .. •   .   .    , ■ .
Mammal-""Why.-'^rlmt  nililtcs   you
fttakapT''^      . ,..,,     .
-Hfeatuoky State Joumsl.
__—.i'M7T'&-*'aA*ii!*h- U:U. '.. ...'--I
PiP
,, ,,. $croful%
Ts one of the most fatal scourges whioh
■IHIcl'iuaukind. It'll oftou .inherited,
but may bo tlio remit of imiiroper vaccination, mercurial ]iolHoii,UMleanlincsa,
nndVaviouso^hor'douses. Chronic Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, ln somo cases, Emaciation and Con-
sumption, res alt from a scrofulous oona-aV'-
tion of tho blood. This disease can bt
cured by tho use of Ayer'i Sarsaparilhv
" Ilnhoritodiecrbfuloii! condition of the
blooil, \fliichjaaislld a derangement of my
irliole system. Alter taking less than
lour bottles of Ayer'i Sarsaparilla I aa
Entirely Oured
ind, for tho put year, have not found It
necessary to use niry medicine wh.ti
1 am iiowln l.etturlle.ltb.lnd'alroi
necessary to uso ninsiedieine whatever.
1 am iinwln lietterlleilth.lnd'alrongliri'
limn njor beforo.-o-ori A. Wnl&dTaH
Ti-emont St., Boston, Mass.
I ivrs troubled with Scrofulous Sorei
for five years j .but, after using a few
bottles ui Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the sorei
lieiiletl, mid I linve now good lioalth.—
EHaibelli Warnock, M Appleton itreet
Lowell. Moss.
Somo months ngo I waa troubled wltt
Scrofulous Sorei on my log. Tlie llmt
was lwlly swollon and Inflamed, and th<
•ores dlsolinrged largo quautltlclof offen-
ilvo mnttor. Every remedy lalled untl
f 'used Ayor's Sarsaparilla. By takinf
three bottles of this medicine the sorol
liave been honied, and my health Is ro
itored. I nin grateful for tho good It hai
none mo.—MrsvAna O'Brlnn, 158 Sulli
vhivPst., NofrYork;-*! f.f .
Ayer's'"Sarsaparilla.
Prnuttrcl Uy Hr. J. 0. Aynr &C!o., I.owHI.Mm,
Bold by nil Urwulria,   IVIuc .1; .UttollR..,„
1h>;
t1*^*i\ff'*i.n.t^^, "lfftjir ,T*n
8tr. "Cladys," j
UNTIL PURIHER NOTICE, WJLI6
leave for OhllllwhMk and wayplaces
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a.m., returning on the following days. For oil further Information
apply on board, or to
'      ■ W. «f>W»WNBEND,
dnjySto   ,        ■.:   (., On tho Wharf.
•ETOTIOEk
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TB3CT
l^i we Intend to make application (d the
Chief Ooiamlssloner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for Umbering purposes,
**I*B,:
CommenolQg at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Hastings Sa« Hill
Co.'s limit, Johnstone fitwiiu. Vtldez Island; thence east 20 chains, thence south'
flO ohalns, more or less, to Hastings Saw
Mill Co.'s line; thence following the said
line west aud uorth to pointof commencement, ahd containing ln  all  190 aores,
- f--- -LAIDLAWtt'CO.
dooaml
more or less.
2nh August, 1888.
ajcroTiQS!.
Musselburgh, Scotland,
" ilinufaetnrers add Patentee! of the Celo
brated Machine-made
DOUBLE KNOTTED   •*•*♦.
SALMON NETTINVa
■X* XV xxtxtm, _teO.
ia. The large demand for Messrs,
Stuart's manufactures has resulted In
very extensive additions to their Establishment at Musselburgh, ln order to keep
np with thorejulrements of the trade.
.; •rttrttM.gst.M, I8**,.are In course of
execution, and to ensure prompt delivery
Indent, should be sent In without delay.
ROBERT   WARD  A   CO.,
VIOTO-RT A j
Sole Agents for British Columbia.
dse27ml
V-OTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN THAT
IN we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
Ior permission to lease the following described property for Umbering purposes,
vis.:
Commencing at a post planted on the-
north side of unsurveyed channel, Valdes
Island, about 2 miles from Discovery Passage; tbence north 40 chains, tMenoe east
130 chains, thenco Houth 20 chains, more
or less, to tbe shore; thenee following th*
shore line In a westerly direction to point
of commencement, and containing In aU
4*> acres, more or less,
LAIDLAW AGO.
39th August, 188S. docSml
NOTICE,
I
OTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
. we Intend to make application^ the
..Aot CommlBSiouerof Lauds and Works
for permission to lease tlie following described *jn*operty,for timbering purpoaes.
Commencing at a post planted about 45
ehalns north from tno southeast corner of
Hastings saw Mill Co.-s limit, Johnstone
Straits, Valdes Island; thence eaat 40
ehalns, thence north 40 chains, thenoe
west 60 ehalns," more or less.-fhmstlngA
Sawmill Oowilne: thenng following the
said lltifsouta and east to poini of commencement, and containing In all 180
aores, more or less.
LAIDLAW tt CO.
29th August, 1888. ddoSml
'l*y^m=^
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
}Ji we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease tho following Ue-
" salted propsrty fcr Umbering purposes,
%...1^4^#»ntt
) chain
from Hemming lay, Nodalcs Channel
thenee west 20 ohalns, thenre north _t
chains, thence west 20 ehalns, theaci
north ■* ohalas, tbsuoe Ami 40 ehalns
tbence north 40 chains, thence went "'
'  '      thenoe north & ehalns, ?i
ot- '
chains.
halns, thence
west 20 chains, thsaoe aortb 40 ehalns,
at 20 chains, more or less, to the
Saw Mill Co.*s lino; theuce fol-
thence east 20 cKi
Hastings Saw Ml.. ..--,  .- -..
lowing the said line south and east a distance of 188 ehalns, more or less, to the
southwest corner of Hastings 8aw Mill
'Co.'s limlttHemmlng Bay; thence following the shore line to point of commencement, and oontalnlDi lu all 480 acres,
more or less. LAIDLAW A CO.
22ijd August,Jttft. , ■-.   -d    ajiioMffll
-    )>T    '-~vw >j»   >i.
COME ANb
W. H. HOLOEN,
TTAVINO TAjmi'lpatBESBION OP
XL the "Temperance House," fronting
onOolumblaandChurch Street.,oppo.lt.
the Epltoopil Cbureh, and new known
U th.
FARMERS'
Will aeeonlmddate the travlllng publio
at th. following nUl!
: °«#rd per <Kl"»'v;^=^:,=«J f
Single Meal,. ".'.Z'.'.'.ZZZ.,,.^'.   ss
Bedt i i        .,.,.,- ,  r.  K
iHll
ayfc
i- ts
isvOood iccommodatlon for Ladlu and
famllloa,
Flowers for ule
CHINA & JAPAN
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED .large
consignment of .11 kind! of
CELEBRATE! TEA,
Cmbroli-k-cdBllkebiti,
8kawli,8er«eni,Be<Hnllt«, .
Pr*iil»gl*irtn,Ktc„«lc.
:' -iAMO—' "Ml?   |
P.Mflaln, Salinma, Clolianne,
Bronie, Iyory, Handalwood ihd
,      CarlOl of Evory Detcription.
Hoping that you will hoh'ortrs1 wltfi yon r
villi, wi remain veryrespsittuliyyour., .
KwonaonWp iiCos
-WxilTSTitstiT, iiiw-*tmsi--T«,-t.e.
PottOOMBoiNo.7, < sdMylj ■
NOTICE.
 JBTEDIOSTEW-
 ,  ART A CASH Will .lease Call and
settle on or before theaotn Inst., and any
claims against the said firm will bo Immediately dealt with,
doottd ...  , .     STEWART A CASH.
NOTICE.
VOmCB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Al -we Intend to wake application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following described property for timbering purposes,
Tlst
Commencing at a post planted on ths
shore of Lake; thenoe north fi chains,
more or less, to the south boundary: line
o( Lot 518. Deep Bay; thence east 40 chains.
more or less' to the southeast corner of
said lot: thenee north 3D ehalns, thenoe
eut 80 ohalns, thenoe south 20 chains,
th*nee *»asl 40 chains, ihenoe south 20
chains, thenco west 80 ohalns, tbence
north 16 ohalns. more or less, to point of
commencement, and containing ln all
200 aores, mote or less.
LAIDLAW *CQ.   ■
September l'th, 1888. ■    doo2rat
NOTICE.
MOTIOE 18' HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XI yre intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission tb lease tbe following described property for Umbering, purposes,
Til*
Commencing at a post planted on the
northeast side of Forbes Bay, thence east
100 ohalns, thenco north 20 ehalns, thence
east 40 chains, thonce north 20 ohalns,
thence east 60 chains, thence south GO
chatns,tbencewe8t20 chains, thenoo south
20 cnalns, thenoo west 00 cnaius, tbence
sonth 20 chains, thenco west 80 chains,
thenco north 20 chains, thonce east 00
ohalns, thence north 20 chains, thence
-met 80 chains, more or less, to the shore;
thence folloHTlng the shr ro lino to point of
commencement, and containing in all
1000 acres, more or less,
LAIDLAW 4 CO.
September 10th, 1888. •.•.; doc2ml
*
**8T*BLIliHl*l> 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSOI^
;/iHtc'he,r, ■.;
Jieirlj: impolite the Colualal Hotel;
NEW Vv-ESTMINSTER.
'•WKB LABOBST AND   CHOICEST
X   auortment of all detcription! of
Conttantiy oa hand, and mpplled to Fun.
Illet, Rutunnta, and StumbeaU It thi
'ukftatr popaiBui rMcis.
PSif-lr*
GEORGE   BYRNES
0O\,\;^Cp^.*iBia4
PROVINCIAL
mH mUmtm&if. MVn,Mi AWACENT
M«,*ltW»81»W1iai"15t*lllT.
TUESDAY, JKtnl OCTOBER
AT 1| O'CLOCK, A, M,
I have been inetructeil by the Chief
OsamltitoTMr ef IsodiMid Works to tell
by Auction •
AT VANOOUVER, B. O.
Several parcel, of fine agricultural lands,
situate on or neir the North Arm of fra-
ear Itiver, being nib.dlvliloniof Lots325,
326, 32T, MO, *31,»32 t»S"», M0, ISO,
150,17l,M*,lli-,l*S,16s. TUnibdl.
visions of then Lots contain from 27 to
172 icrei each; the location of tbeso lots
il ihown oa th.pr.unt maps of the Dia.
,**!-£   ■■ .'   '^-.
The farms in the Immediate vicinity of
these Lots are considered the finest agricultural properties In British Columbia.
Some of the lots fronton the North Arm,
and others are In the immediate .vicinity
_ fittataert rua dally from New Westmla*
Stkrand Vanttonver, psst these ritluable
properties.
k_t%»0,: '■    .JqO
Ud til to ff*. sad Ute TM to 788.
AU situate between the North Armof Eraser River and Vanoouver City. TlioNorlh
Arm Road from Vancouver runs through
nb.ti(i^,rA^»rr,,^iK
This property commences about 2V_ ntll-'s
south of Vnneourer City an.l Is bounded
on the west by the C. P. Railway Land
Grant,and Is surveyed Into lots containing from 8 toft acres each, maps of which
will ttHBUy be ready for distribution.
All nie-lands to be sold are well adapted
for Mrteuinirahdaft?orm-jhsid purposes,
an*t*m HeooutMf their close proximity to
the markets of Vanoouver aud New West*
minsternllles, will be^slmblepwmerttw,
for families seeking a home or for investment. ,
The 0. P. Bailway are now const mo tint*
orth Arm of Fraser River and Lulu
ilaad, They an. also mrveylng a line of
r*llw»f through I heso properties with a
view of eonneetlng with tho united States
system of railways at Seattle.
Theaalas^snayMrlyl-oconsldereilae
the most valuable ever offered for sale by
auotlOrsIb British Columbia,   '
W^LOYE, s
Fashionable Soot and Sin lite
Uepalrlng Neatly Done* Cotk Sole
Work a Specialty.
"WOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., ln rear of Colon lal Hotel, next to Rand Bros.* office, dnolto
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease the following de>
scribed property for timbering purposes,
vis:
Commencing at a post planted about
one-half a mile northeast from Price
Point, Homfray Channel; thence south
20 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80, chains, thenco east 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains, tbence west 40
ohalns, more or less, to the shore; thenco
following tho Bhore line to pointof commencement, and containing In all 380
acros, more or less.
-     LAIDLAW* CO.
September tilth. 1888. doc2ml
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JT Ing should not fall to give theso celebrated Maohines a trial.
(. J. ROBSOX,
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Also, Agent for  the celebrated White
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few;.1'
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tStWl. "fe»tlt»»l Vlgsr, restore, the
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package contain! two weeks treatment,
Prleefft Cures guaranteed. OurSpecilln
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■tandlug. Sold under ourwrltten Cl.ar-
antc. to effect a Cava, prlee K. Toronto Mediolne Co.. Toronto, Ont,
COMlIPTIOIf
That dread terror, a disease so long
balling ho!once and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure, Now It Is no longer an incurable malady oven when glvoh up by
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(lie mombnine of tho Lungs, inflamed
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OUR K1K0AXT I'UKPABWI0\8.
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tlcs, and that they enn be had from no
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fldcnual. Consultation upon-all chronic
disease Invited. NO, 6IWM except for
medicines. All koikIh sentuti-ure from
obsefvatloti. Toronto flredlolne Co., Toronto, Out.
IOI HAIR OOLORINQ.
Our magnificent preparations are warranted norfectly hiirmtess. We prepare
the following colors—the finer shades
arlRo from the hulr Itself: Blaek, Iwrk
Brown, Modinm Hmw-n, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut. Gold Blotulu, Asia, or Hlonde
Cendroe, Sond sainile VifilliWr whenor-
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TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordorlng please specify which'you
roqulre; wn guarantee thein to give entire
RatlHfiu'ttoii. No. K Imparts to the skin
tho color ami freshness,.of-niaUlenhooii.
hanblesa and cannot- be fteleeled, 9\._a.
No. 0 removes wrinkles, 82. No. 10 re*
movi-s r.lvor Sivils, 81.25. Nn.U removes
pFleen Worms, 81.25. No. 12 removes
Freckles, $1,25. No. 18 removes Phuplen,
fl.25. No. 14 removes Tan, 81.H6. No. ir,
removes .M61os,82. No. 16 removes Pock-
marks,f2. No. 17removes undue Perspl-
nilion, 11,86. No. 18, an ahsoliito nnfalllng
Bpeeiflo for the retention, development »r
restoration of the Hair, f 1,25, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
THB BUST*    '
No. 18 Is fv omblned Internal aud external treatment which speedily develops
-..__-. .,._.^_._.,_n ^   fo_,	
or restores the female bust to The proportions of voluptuous nature.   Is entirely
■ 4orR'aM,ffcS *^-*M
dwapigyl
•* i".--»iaiisH    rriiii
^«»a|o,0»l.
ent.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
OHDRCfi ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Nert to Trinity Ohurch.
Long Experience Is tke bselse...
dSOJIySm  .
Dominion_Lands.
TK' TOD ABE BATISO FOR YOUR
JL Pre-emption or torrent of Mining or
orating Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay in 8VOJE«,XP and savo a
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALL0WAY ft CHAMPION
B___r___l_U3,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
on, FROM
THK BANK OF BRITISH COIVMBU,
NEW WESTMIKSTER.
dwmhflte
iscD,Cal.,
BY WAY OK THE
x.xxt__m.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
' Route between
Net fuiiiiutir -i Su bmm
draarl scenic Boole el the "aeUe
Coait.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
' TOURIST SLEEPIKG CAB8
For Accommodation of Senond-Olata Fas-
sengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco: Unlimited, su. First
Class (Limited), is.i Second Class (Ll
mlled),»ii.
R. KOSBLER, Manager.
E. P. ROOERS,
Ant,pen. Freight A Pail. Agent.
Weft AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Bern. Merchandise!
KBW WMTMSfTilB, B. C.
Hay and Feed
WOOD^OOAL
'" rTITE BEST 'QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions tt Groceries.
FARMER^' ^a0DWA\XE,
•sy-Asweuse no whisky or tobacco we
oan, by temperate habits and careful era
nomy, serve the public at Mpectally low
rate.-, ,, ......... |   dwjaisto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMW.
I Oi-nBaoAiiSi.audi*Pali Mali,,
tOSBON."
INSTITPTEp 1808.
FOR INSURINO HOUSES k ______
Buildings, Ooodt, Warm, Merchin-
dlie, Manufacturing and Fanning. Stock,
Ship. In Fort, Harbor or Dock, ud the
Cargoes of euch Vessels; also, Ships building and .repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable riven ud cuali, ud
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain, ud Ireland ud la Foreign
Countries,
IROM MM SR B1HUI IT flRR.
Suhicribed ud InvetUd Capital,
JBl.6OO.000 BTG.
Ritei of Premium md every Inform,
lion oin he obtained on application to
W. J. ARMBT RONS,
Agent for Hew Wettmlntter,
MACHINERY
U A VINO LATELY 1N0RBA8BI) OUB
Il  conneetlon In the East and else*
where very considerably, we aro lu a position to glvo prices on any class of Ma*
ohlnery tnotmey be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Boilers, Planers, Matcher* and Monlders,
BUK Planers, Wood Lathes, Hand
Baws. Blind Mnehinory, Oauge
lathes, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Muchinen, Lath
MachlncH A- Hollers,
Two. Threo and Four Blook Olroular Saw
Mills, Band Haw Mills, Portable Engines and Boilers, and Hoisting
Engines.  Also, John Bertram
A Sons', and The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
i   Machinery.
Brink Machines ahd Crashers of cither
tbe Martin or Baird make,
Mill Supplies of all description-!, Including Olroular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teoih, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry In
slock.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make alio on hand.
M •Avlly'i Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Palnta and
Oils, AxeH and Edge Toole of the celebrated Broad moke, Wire Rope. Plumbers and .steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
Wo are sole agents In this Provlnoe for
tho JOHN DOTY Enitlne Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be exeelled, as outfits we have furnished hero will testify.
FRASER ALEONAW,
Oai.tl.SI.,   Opp. N.w.-Adrertla.r,
-VaU-COimiR, B, 0,
:iv£3xv    goor>m i
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
moo-x-a t_mx _mmme_»ma_m
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I bave alio made a large addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, (to. An faipection of my
Stook will satisfy any to-day that I havo the best assortment to be found In this
oity.   CUSTOM WORK promptly ottehded to. ......
'   _r_t___txtm xboxxmmxt__.XT,
dwjelyl No.61,CPOLiraTBIASTRBKT.
NEW MACHINE
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.     ,,.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRON.WORKING
Machinery to their Butiness, are now prepared to do all kindi ol   .
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And overy detcription of BIiACKSHITHINC, at prlcot contiderihlf lower
than before.   It is our intention to liavo in the coarse of a few weeki a
BRASS & 1ROi\ FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. We have tho LARGEST STOCK uil
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can gnaraatM tttii-
faction in workmanship as well as prices. We have obtained the.ierviceiof a
Flrst-class Ilorse-Slioer, and that part of our Buiineu will have special
attention.
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons,. Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything In thla Um, will havi
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable ratn. I .
A largo stook of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the bert Quality,
for sale. ,   ____:
We also keep Is stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE A OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SP8IMS, A?*LE8,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria price*.     ' ' ■ "
tar Estimate!'and tenders given on ill kinds of Ironwork, ' CaUatid inipeol
our Stock and get our Prices, and yon will save monoy by, it.    ..     Q«dJ
^wjiyioto. REID & ODRil*I*E.
mm
CASTOR
far Infants and Children.
^m^mmmmTT^mTm^m*<avmmnmmtsnm
''•GaUndsliKvieUidiritedtocjiDaTamthatlt^
Ir^xnuraendltMmi^rtortoaayproicripttos I B^ljtiiras^.Blsaljns, *tmi_hu__
 »me.»    ttAAaoaai,*!,*), .     I w*_^^timm^"^u'mmt *
WBo.Oil^oaV,BM(«ly^N.T.   |-wCSsjsasil■«*»■»     I '.
Tm Craurs Ooiwrr, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
«MMI«WSMpprt«iH
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
iififflCIiM
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
LAND,   ;
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 Hew Broad St. - LOUDON, ENGLAND.
The Bnilneu of ALLSOP k MASON hit bees merged In' tbl ihove Compaay
ind will be carried on by the Company from this dit! M a genenl land Invrattment
ind Insurance Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rites. Ten Let. md Finning
Llndi for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria B. a, Mar uth, 1887. dwjefl.
sear
c. Mcdonough
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
T!_Z______Z  X_T
'J
I
Constantly,on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry floods, Oroccrics,  Boots & Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, ittv    ■     •>
jtxxtxfm   _t_   botb'   mxrxvem.
Great Variety of Household Article!.   Ah»,.        .,..:.■,..',
ORAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   O^BKl5RAL'8T0aE8.
, 1,    ■,"..,-. i       raw   to I .i;.l
IP. It.—Kami Prniliioo l.oniilit nl mnrltot rates or Koldoncommllsloa.,i|aSKQrden,
from the Interior promptly attended to. - d*Ih||a
Mainland Wer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THB! BCDSOBIBEilS AllE NOW WtE-
PAUKDTOTUBNOUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At Speoial IjOW Rates.
in; and All hii of U;
Dono at Shortest Notice.
Dry tordaveod ilollveroil lo any part of
tho City,
Orders by Teloptiono will receive prompt
attention, '
srgtables nearly opposite c. p.R, Depot, Columbia St., New Westminster,.
djellto  '   QILLEY BR08. Paom.
.  SIABLES,
Dallas Street, WeitiBiiister
JOS. M.
(•iooo univiNQ -a mas _
T for Hire,  Hacks oalUt»ll.„
and Trains.   Special' attenUbn^
Hoarding Horses. ..
a -H.^**-*'f{v
COAL AND W000
Cdnsiontiy«n *J.dd;,''3'".
rront Blreef, New tat,. THE DAILY OOLUMBIAN
trjiunxs-
tvery Altera*, except anaday.
SYTH.
aK-aaria'aiD'z-    beoibiss,
At th.lr Steam   Prlnllni E.tabll.h-
ra.nt, Colnmbla Street.
BY   MAIL!
for 11 month,. .,... _ j»
MUVMUtD IN THE OITYi
r If »oalha.,...„...... *1* 00
11 Mfslhfni «... n \W
 it. in all cases (exeept for weekly
o be made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
tasM every Wedaevdaa- Haralsa.
Ilvered In the City, per year.......—13.00
■1*1, peryear.....*:.!.^..'. 100
«1 » monthi.....   LU
1
SEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dry Goodi, Ao Walker AShadwell
Employment W«nted "Work"
ito Contractor! C. Warwick
fjailj* British (ilolumbian
ttttity lve.1... Oct. U. MW.
Salmon ivenged SO to the boit lut
night.
•' Freth Bittern Oyiteri by the cm at
R. 3. Armitrong'i. die26tc
The eity council meets to-night for
the triniaction of buiineii.
Freth Eutirn ihd Nitivi Oyiteri,
.erred ia every ityle, at the Club. *
The Figan-Cooper cue comes be
Ion Ihe supremo court to-morrow.
Ike ttaBe to and from Vanoouver
today,byitage, waa unusually large.
W. H. Viinen bad a fine deer on exhibition to-day whioh weighed 200 Ibi.
dreued.
Fint dill Board and comfortable
Roomi it Hill Yeo'i, Columbia It,
oppoiite Citholio ohurch *
Mestn. Wilker & Shadwell, of the
Bon Mtrche, ire advertising dry goodi
•nd clothing it coit for cuh.
The itr. Irving left for up river
porti thii morning with 25 toni of
merehindite and 20 pauenger,.
Whit, & dee, ot Blaine W. T., hire
itarted i line of passenger stages between that town and Westminster,
The barque Nanaimo will have all
her cargo aboard by to-morrow night,
snd will clear for ica before the end of
the week,
A utingi bank, in eonneotion with
the poll office, will be opened it Kamloopi thii month.
. Hr. T. J. Tripp's ul. of oity lots at
the Colonial hotel on Saturday night
wu'a great success. The prices
■bowed * luge advance on previoui
•ale*.
i Hr.'F, Olake hu juit received a fine
•isorttnont of Parted War. and Jewel-
aJS ;MltlMes't**uw»ldlng preienti,
whit* h» it prepared to tell at very
lm Vim, docl5t0
' A mjueit eigned hy four clergymen
bu bean lent to Hr. D.L. Moody, the
gteatmivsliit, to viiit thii eity before
Iearlng thi province. It ii ilmoit
eertaiaMr. Moody will accept Ihe invitation.
At thi police court thii if ternoon in
Indian, named Johnny, wu lined |26
for hiving liqnor in hii pouenion. A
Chinaman named Ah Pou wit lent to
jail for on. month for inpplylng liquor
to Indiana.
«A» *Nieotr»e* World ii tbe lutbor-
MY tVtPva*oiMern.n* that the Hon.
Robt. Dtimaiuir wai ihortly utibliih
a daily itiimer urvice'between Ni-
aaimoand Vineouver. The iteimer
Iwhall. hu bean purohued and ia
bringtltted np for the route.
Every wife snd mother in the oountry
ihould know the great value of Avert
SsriaparUli, at a blood purifier. It
givei tone, htilth and strength to the
vital orgus, corrects ill Irregularities,
and expeli lmpuritlei from the eyitem.
Young and old un It.   Price (1.
Thi itt. Prineeu Louiie irrived from
Victoria yetterdiy. afternoon with 120
torn of freight ind S3 patten-en. She
eleared on the return trip ihortly ifter
the irrivil of the Pici6o expreu. Itii
undentood thii fine iteimer will remain on the Viotoria-Weitminiter
nut. all winter. The popular itiff of
otdoert from the Rithet hive been
tnniftrred to the Louiie.
IsM.ri.ger.
... Thit morning Edward Stephoniou,
engineer of the itr. Olua Port, while
working imong th. machinery had the
nitfortuni to get hii hind caught, md
before he could releue it one of the
IngKi wu eut off juit below the
middle joint. Hewu taken to Dr.
Hall'i turgery where the neceuary
operstioowu performed on the dim.
pginlon wBl be iNe lo roiume hit du
Um in thn. week, time,
fingir.   the doctor thinki Bison will
Ike le.iaer. Baliwav.
'■•     J	
_* Hatleti in oonuMtion with Ihe South-
.•nfejlvay in prognulng meat fa-
vonbly, and, dupite tbe many nuty
Iminaatloni mid. againtt it, both at
konxiud abroad, th. company eon-
linuettokeep the work moving for-
' ward aad meet, ita bills with proropt-
attt. Since tbe 10th init. »10,000 hu
bun paid out in wigei ind on work
mntraeted for byth. oompany. Th.
light of way contract it rapidly ap-
prtMhing completion and thecrou-
Motioning of tbe line il alio very well
acTvaheed;
.. »   m   .—• :
If 7. i      Ik. (missy.
' Th. Aaerlean birque Nowiboy,
Oapt J. A. Johnston, from Sin Frin-
eiteo, arrived in port ysiterdiy to bid
lumber at. the Royal Oity Mill, for
Sftabay, AoitnlU. Th. Ne.iboy Is
Mr* hearlly rimed for her iiu and
when leadsd wiU draw 18 ft. of water.
Herleafth U'l6»fl. ind beam M ft.
Oa the trip Irom San Francitco ihe
ewsantired a heavy gale, during which
smb. of her rigging wai carried a.oy.
•he will eoma.no. loading on Wed-
•ea in 20
. ire very
oonveni.nt tor rapid work, ihe being
•anil With both bow md itern ports
•:■ laeftaslaf Ca».
The competition for the Fleming
oup, presented by the late Capt Fleming, once a very prominent man in eonneotion with Fruer River navigation,
took place simultaneously on .Saturday
afternoon it Victoria and Neiv Weitminster. The weather wu unfavorable at both places, whioh accounts for
the low morei made. B.mbadier
Winibv, of the Viotoria Artillery,
mide 41 pointi, and Corp. Turnbull,
of the Weetrainitey Rides, scored 40
pointi, thus winning the oup for the
royal city. Pre, Chimberlnln wu a
good ucond with a More of 42. The
rangei were 300 and 000 yards, 7 ehoti
•t etch range. The oup muit he won
twice in tuccetiion before it becomes
the proporty of the winner.
 ■-» m »      —-
He Tickets lar Weitmlniler.
A family leaving Montreal luit week
for Wutmlniter applied to the O.P.R.
tieket agent for tiekett to I hii oily.
The agent informed the fimily that no
could not nil ticket! to Weitmimter
u he wu not allowed to punch them
for thtt itition, but the rate to Vancouver wu the ume and they would
have to take tickets for that point.
The baggage-master would not check
the baggage to Weitmimter and it
went to Vanoouver from where it wai
re-checked to,thii city a few dayi afterward!. All this oooasioned tho travellers ooniiderable trouble and annoyance. Westminster's igreement with
the 0. P. R. wu to the effect that it
ihould be placed on the ume footing
u Vancouver in all matters, but there
leemi to be a great reluctance on the
part of the railway to fulfill iti obligation!.	
From Glengarry.
The following extract! from a letter
received by a gentleman in lliii city,
thii morning, from a friend in Glengarry, Ont, may be of lomo interest
to our readers: ' 'We have had scarcely two diys of dry weather here since
the beginning of harreet. We have
been yiiited lately by three awful cyclones whioh came from the direction
of Britiih Columbia,and they did moh
itrange thingt. They took cattle up
in the sir and let them down in other
fields; rooted potatoei out of the ground
and lent them lome acres in the direction from whioh the wind came. Somo
farmers were neirly ruined by them.
We sustained no lou exoept that of a
few ornamental trees. The Balm-of-
Oilead tree, at the goto, which they
tell me you planted in the spring before you went away—over twenty-four
yean ago—wai blown down. It hid
grown to be a big tree."   .
    ig
■udayind will be ready for
dip-,   Hir lending fioilitiei
nimt for rapid work,
With both bow md iti
Jawiboy will carry away between
M0*r4 800,000 feet of lumber.
0W4rmi>7iH-r-J****C*^.
"IP" Ballery Bemoval.   ...
At the request of the majority of the
aldermen, Mayor Grant postponed the
meeting called for lait evening to dis-
ouu the proposed removal of "C" Battery. The telegram printed from Sir
A. P. Caron and from our correspondent would eeem to definitely decide
the queition. There il no doubt that
a strenuous effort wu madotoiecure
the removal of the battery to Vancouver. Happily, it hu been uniuo.
cetsful, ind though it may not now be
necessary to protest md remomtrate,
the fact thht Vittoria'i citizen! were
prepared to roient the ihibby treatment intended will hive its due effect,
As it is, we hive nther to think the
Imporiil government thm the Federal
for settlement of the point. A Vancouver newipipor jocosely remarks
that if wo don't take care thoy will
tow Esquimalt itself to Vancouver. If
the feat wu ponible, we have no doubt
it would be attempted.—Colonist,
.  m .	
The Ureal Bevlvalltt.
An imminie audience, numbering
almoit two thousand; grand, loulin-
•piring music and a sermon replete
with itortling truth., mide tho Saturday night ten-ice In Ihe roller rink one
long to ho remembered by all who
came to litten to the greet evangeliit,
Dwight L. Moody, that evening. After
the tinging of levenl hyinni Mr.
Moody took for hii text the 10th verso
of the 19th ehapter of Luke and proceeded to give a magnificent diicourse
on the love of Jeiui for mm, Hii
power to uve ind Hii joy at welcoming
the linner who calls out to him from
the lowest depths uf sin and despair.
On the conclusion of the iddreu,
one ifter another in the ludienoe
rote to request thi prayeri of
God'i people. Mr, Moody then
offered up an eloquent ippeal for the
lost, an appeal to the Muter to itriko
conviction to every heart. "Juit u
I am, without on plea," wu lung by
everyone ilinding and the immonn
•udienee wu diimined with Ihe beno-
diction.—Colonist.
Tke Wrutllai thick.
The wreitliog mitch al Vanoouver
on Saturday wight between Cameron
of Victoria ind Rioh.rd.oo of Winnipeg wu awarded to the latter, although
he did not win it. Cameron won the
Grit fill and during the second . limp
wu knocked down md broken at a
time whon both men were struggling
on the floor. Cameron wished to itop
as the broken glass was cutting him,
but Richardson having the advantage
would not give it up, and, u the referee did not itop the round, the itrug-
gle continued. When the men finally
npinted without either winnings fall
it wu fouud both were terribly eut,
Cameron espeoiilly. At thii point .
fight between the referee nnd one of
the backer! took place and orettod
muoh exoitement. Time wu iinilly
called for the third round but Oimeron
wu too bidly eut to proceed md the
nfene give the matoh to Richirdion.
Greit dissatisfaction wai manifested at
the deciiion and Oimeron promptly,
entered a protest. He alio expressed
hll willingness to wreitle Riohirdton
for iny imount. Another matoh will
probtbly be arranged.
No family living ln a bilious oountry
ihould be without Parmelee's Vegetable
Pills, A few doses taken now and then
will keep the Liver active, cleanse the
stomach and bowels from all billon, nutter and prevont Ague. Mr. J. L. Prioe,
Shoals, Martin Co., Im!., writes! "I
have tried a box of Parmelee'i Pills ind.
find them the best medicine for Fever
.and Aim I hare ever need," •'.''.
The SoythfieWJine oil Fire.
A dispatch from Nanaimo thii afternoon says that at four o'olook a fire
broke out in the Soutbfield mine of
the Vancouver eo.1 oompany. Th. fire
wai tuppoted to hav* been caused by
ipontoneoui combustion, and wu ignited fint at the foot of the hir shaft.
Ihe fire il now under control and it
expected to be .xtinguiihad by
to-morrow morning. Man) men
were at work at th. time but all
eniped isfely with the. exception of
three who were slightly injured by filling rocki. Several hundred men will
be out of work for three monthi.
■ ——
Why suffer with that aching head when
you may be cured with Ayers Cithartie
Pillar Send a 2-cent stamp to Dr. J. C.
Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass., for a let of
their ittnctive album cards.
Ljllon Assise..
Before Mr. Justice Walkem.
After Mr. Justice Walkem reached
Lytton, on Monday lut, Prisoner!
Miohiel Bndy and an Indian, com
milted for indictable offencea, were, by
hie direction, brought before him at
half put 7 a. m., and required to eleot
whether they wiihed to be tried before
him pertonally under the Speedy
Triili Aot or before a jury at. tho at-
Sizes, to be opened it 10 o'olook. Both
prisoner! chore the latter. Thii coune
uved the community the expenu of
juror.' attendance for probably two
dayi.
At 10 a, ro. the assize, were opened
and Mr. Seinlin chosen foreman of the
(rand jury. Owing to what hu been
■tated they had no indictments to eon.
iider.,
Regina vs. Indian. Bildy—Prisoner
was tried at the lut assizes for robbing
an Indian woman and taking money
from her penon. Tho jury disagreed,
although, ii the judge elated, the evidence againit the priioner could not be
clearer. He had consequently been in
prison ever since— that ii for leveral
monthi. The judge therefore tuggeit-
ed thit u the money had been ipent
•nd ai the prisoner had been confined
•o long, the crown officer ihould discontinue the proceedings and content
to the prisoners discharge, which wu
acoordingly done.
Under the Speedy Trials Aet, Brady,
a nightwatchman on the C. P.R., wu
then tried for stealing a revolver from
ono Gluted, mother O. P. R. watchman. Mr. Eberti prosecuted for the
crown, After hearing the evidence the
priioner wii acquitted.
Indian Tom wu then tried for is-
uulting Mn. Morem, by striking her
whon he wai drunk with the barrel of
his gun and ittemnting to ride into ber
house. On the evidence the priioner
was found guilty and got 12 month',
imprisonment with hard labor.    Th.
Sriaon*r'fra.{pnaa.was that he wai io
runic lie did not know what he wu
•bout
...
A. Maybee, Merchant,, Warkworth,
writes: I have aold some hundreds of bottles of Dr. Thomu' Eclectric Oil, and
it is pronounced by the public -'one of
the best medicinei they ever used;" It hu
done wonders in healing and relieving
Pain, sore throats, Ac, snd ii worthy of
the greatest confidence.
Personal.
C. F. Green, of Isdnen, wu In
town to-diy.   ,  , ,,.,,,„  ,,.„»r .■•
0. DiRmd .nturned to Vmcouver
this, morning,
CF.' A. Kelly Went over to Vmcouver
thii morning.
Cipt Wonnop, ofVmoouver, ipeut
Sunday in town.
L. Pither and wife returned from
Victoria yeiterday.
Miu Townley, of Vancouver, wu in
the eity a few houn to-day.
Miu Elliott, of Vanoouyer, il the
gnMt of Mn. 0. D. Brymmr.
Mr. Ralph, a government lurveyor
and a well-known "old timer," ii in the
eity.
. Miu Blick md Miu Webiter went
over to Vanoouver and will visit there
for a week,
W, H. Ladner, pur ever populir
M. P. P., came up on the Prineeu
Louiie yeiterdiy and returned home
to-day.   ^^^^^^^^^
Ciaads'i Mollis Mart.
Mosteeal, Oct 13.—At a dinner
given to Herbert 8. White, the newly-
elected member of parliament for Oird-
welf, lilt evening, Hon. J. M. Chip-
loan, tecretiry of itate, in retponn to
the tout, "The fedenl pirliiment,"
uid: "Canada il now patting through
a crisis oamly, couly ind wiiely. In
tbe United States there ie gnat excitement over their election .nd politics ; but, ii the English piper uid, Canada hu given an eximpls to th. world in
the cool w.y she had taken it The
United Statu tried to frighten her.
with commercial union, munition,
and unrsitricted reciprocity; but she
wu well before ind ie better now, and
doei not wiih to change. The diplomacy of the premier will be vindicated,
on the 7th of November, whichever
party get! in."
While he (Chapleau) did not deelre
to disparage the United Statei, he
would uy tint if they were to annex
themselves to Canada it would do thorn
good. Movements toward the United
tatei an thi only one thing destructive to Cimdi'i industries, and what-
ever she hu itriven for during the lut
ten yean.
 . s   .   	
Tnxni ra a WiPk DnwiaiHci between
medicines whioh affect merely the iymp-
tomi of disease md thou which iffeot itt
cause. The fint in unful u palliatives,
the lecond, if of genuine efficacy, pro.
duoe a radical care. To the litter class
belong! Northrop A Lymin't Vegetable
Ditcovery ind Dyipeptlo Can. Thoroughness of operation is iti tpeciil attribute in ill cum of Billouiness, Cos-
tlveneu, Indigestion, Kidney Complaints,
•nd Female Weakness.
tae CsnifllanNews.
GaWp, Oot. 8,-Eioitement over the
poisoning one continues at fever heat.
Elimination of the candiei rereili the
fact that a hole had been made in the
bottom of eaoh box and itryohnine
KHired in and covered over with ohoco-
te. The opinion thit there ii a woman in the cue obtiim oredenee. The
ends of the boxes were eewn up, Ihe
tewing being done to neatly that only
• Womin ortiilor could hive done it.
The funeral of Meta Oherry took place
yeiterday md wu largely attended.
Mootmal, Oct 13.—The grain
buiineu hu been paralyzed at thii
point by tho breakage in the Cornwall
canal. There an huhdredi of butheli
of wheat, corn, peas and oati detained
above the canal. Ocean veueli ire already delainod here by its non-arrival.
To-day i mow fall, u recorded it
the McGill University obiervatory,
was 5.8 inehes. Thil isthe heaviest early
fill on reoord iu Montreal. Tho previoui heavy falls in early autumn, during a half century, were on October 24,
1853, when two inches fell, md on
October 26,1862, when six inches Were
recorded. In 1860 there wu a mow
fall on Sept 29, but it wu unappreci-
able.
The mow tlorm hid the, effect of
detaining miny incoming veueli, while
those in port wen completely weather
bound untij naariy noon.
Do oot delay7!!! getting relief for the
little folk!.' Mother Graves'Worm Exterminator is a pleasant and sure cure.
If you love your child why do you let it
suffer when a remedy it to near at hand I
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subucrlption Fond.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute toward! the patriotic md
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be held in thii
eity, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
rams oppoiite their respective names (to
be paid into tbo association or to trustees competent to receive the.same, on
or before 8 month! from the date of the
hit provincial exhibition, snd to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and buildings fli thii eity, for increasing
the amount offered in prizes, and for fur.
thering the exhibition in other wayi):
Thb Columbia*; „ 1100 00
Sharps A Paine, Lulu Island   10 00
Next I
, s—i—.
There ire are a number of varieties of
corns. Hollowsy's Corn Cure will remove my of them. Call on yonr druggist md get i bottle at once.
•fan Baby wu Nik, wi fan her Cartorla,
Wis. lh»*M. Child, th. cried for Castoria,
WhuAthMiuss., shteluf teCuterli,
Wls.s1»ki«OaPJe^itanv.iMsCartotti
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
A YOUNO MAN WITH A GOOD PRAC-
tleal business knowledge, and who ll
afraid to work, is desirous of obtaining employment.? Highest references tf
necessary. Address "Work," Columbian
office. '        doolfitl
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
hi
BALED TENDERS  WILL  BE  BE-
' eelved by tue.nndeniined up to noon
of THURSDAY Ike *Mk I.M.. lor the
CONSTRUCTION OF A WAGON-ROAD
From the Sonth boundary of the C.P.R.
Co.'s land to the North Arm Wagon Road,
Fruer Itiver.
Plans and speclncntlonscan be seen aad
forms for tender obtained, at the Government Offlce, Now Westminster, and at Ihe
County Court IteilMror's Offlce, Vanoouver.
The loweil or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
... Gov't Agent
New West., OcU IS, ISA        doolstd
In the Supreme Court tt
British Columbia.
BEtw.mt
GRKENSHIELDS.SON* COMPANY,
PMntTtrn;
Ann
A. a THICKB,
DirXHDAMT.
UPON REARING MIL JENNS OF
Couniel for the Plalntln. and reading Ihe affidavit of E. A. Jenns nled this
day;
li It ordered that service of a copy of
tbls order and a copy of the mit of summons In this action by posting the ume
up In the offlos of the District Registrar nf
tbls Honorable court at New Westminster and by advertising a copy of this order for on. week tn the Daily BarriaH
Coluxma* published at New Weitminster .bill be good ind sufficient aervlce of
the writ and that tho eight dayi limited
for appeamnce begin to run from date of
thenmt Insertion of .uoh advertlument
or the date of the nm posting In the lie-
ll.trar's office, whichever .hall be later.
Dated lath October, A. D. —
..-is.,-,.•..,.■..., U.W.I.
CAUTION.
TIHE PUBLIO ARE HEREBY 0AU-
I Honed not topurehuea note for HI
from 3. W. Wells In favor of W. H. Jenkins. ocB-dtl-wtl
Townsl
will"
TENPERS
R THE CONSTRUCTION OF A DAM
With Sluices, across Beaver Creek, la
mhlp 14, opposite Wernoek station,
  be reoelved until Oet.berlUk.lt
MURDOCH MrLKNNAN'H, on the
Ground,, or RANDBR08.. H.w W.llroln-
iter, where plms snd apeelneatlont can
be teen.
Wedonolblndounelvet to accept tb.
lowett or aoy tender. ■   '
For the Committee, u	
..     BAND BROS.,
New West., Oot 10, less, n,        dooldtd
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern TtRMinyt.
lyrBSSRS. W.J.WALKER * COIJP'y
1VL have loti for iale ln the city from
BO upwards.
Also, Immediately adjolulni- the City
limits from $SS upwards; and a few remaining lots ut Sapperton at 9100 on very
easy lorran.
Also, Farming Land lu Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along tbe line of railway; and Acre
Lo ts at Brownsville lnflrst-olassRltuatlons
at profitable ratea.
Intending Investors are Invited to call
Immediately, before prices are" advanced.
The advertiser! offer their services as
agents for the PURCHASERS of property,
and as suoh will give the fullest Information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any proposed investment ln land, whether In
their own handi tor sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, City.    .     dwTau'
GhREssA-T
—ior—•
stoyls
RANGES
TN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
A- arrangements in this Department'of
my Business, I have concluded to sell
out my present stock at and under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity is now given to per.
ions in want of FIRST-CLASS STOVES
to get them at LESS THAN TORONTO
REtAriaPlrfCES,   ■    ''''•■
hames ImMm.
• W Weit; Oct. 10,ffJ8iJ.      doolOyl
BOIS' IHD YOUTH'S
fall and Ink
I ,i~ am—* '.'i '■ ■ i) •
OVERCOATS
HATS, GAPS,
Hosiery,*c.
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
doc!
IJI-nedJ,
.:j. F. McCREIQHT,
Trunks &Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER ti UATJSU,
ComjsbiaSt., Off, Tii.kiraph Oktoi,
Jew We'taaluler, I. IP.
dwieTte
—^-OF-
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD &X30.
Beg to inform the people of New Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
and
Af COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
.' ■       '      dwoolJtc ....
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL;  .
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE. AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
.    A '"'l!'*^0' *fc*$ncIes * Bye-filRSses in iteel, rnhher, illver ud gold
framei,  The hneit Febblei made, *4 per tsiri aU lights mited. '     .
Speohl ittentloa given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tho
buiineii thoroughly, from tome of' the finest Horologeri in England, and three then
managed the witch-repiirlng department* of a few of th. but firms on the'oonti-
nent of America, ll a sufficient guarantee oi good workmuuhlp. Formerly manager for neirly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage A Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
i    Mo»Ty^,Peai.,,W87.T*-Mr. V. Crake—Audw. Kobertton, _t_, Ghatrmin ol
Montreal H«rbor Commlnlonen, uyai. "I never fennd . W.tohmakor who did to
well for me as you did when In Montreal, and I ameorry you are not her. tfaUy,"
  dwaplttc .   ,  .       ,',.,.,',,,„;.,,.
|' J diwgb "fr*-*c, pRtraa ^ _\^imv___^_ftt
ooora   xtoxtrxt.
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '"    '       ' '
d m u q G-Lil
New Westminster, B. b.J "";';!
r>
.DRUGS
dwootUo
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE ft *ETA1L DBAlllaW'n-''' '■*"',,»,« **
Drugs and Medicines!
,. , ' - , •;   II   • ■' ■   '.. .   f    r.J' ».    .' Wr.
TelepkUtlC t!«monlcatlon with ill the Decton in the City.: Call ea
i»'i|y;li>M'i»v*rwea^;to^ ;'','"'
•pen Sudars for the nd. of Medldno onlyi-MonjrtNa, S to 10.30 o'clock;
Aa^*«oo»;l.llio»^*Sv-i*iao,8to9. ■■ v
itTSi_oxoj__Xi m_A_jux*p:
.   . <iewwe>isiMier,B.C„Heiir.|Mlal*tal.l.
OUT THIS OW AHD PABTE IT UP. *   dwlollto
mttm.m^^mm_——__^mw____________________w___
IMMENSE SALE
;.,'•;; '—of— .  :,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
MetemlHle.1 «ef.rl hr Week i.dl.f
vet. lit.. IMS.
Hnnday ;.
Monday	
Tuesday	
Wednesday ..„
Thunday,. ,	
Friday,...	
Saturday...,,
max. tm.
... es.0 mo
. 6S.0 56.0
... ee.o jo.o
... 66.0 6i0
.57.0
.17.0
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am
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Oloudyi rain off and on, llth.flntinew
Inrnoniifalnti IM,he*vy wlndl.
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS. ETC., ETC
Commenolng Oot. 10th, 1886.
Al we hive decided to retire from the retail Dry Ooodt businw thia Hsson, w«
now pl.ee onr entire itock on the mirket It'
WHOLESALE PRICES.   NO RESERVE.
XrmTBxrrTxxxiira- actrax si bold.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
;     House Furnishing Goods, ito.
arAi w. are hnown to carry oae ol the largeit md belt morted itooki in the
Province, it will aet be neceuary to enumerate. An eirly inspection will convince
the publio thit we mein buiineii, and that the itock must be olowd eat bifon the
•nd ef thii leuon; therefore we have placed our goodi at price, lower thla have
ever been offered bifon In thii Province.
lUUin-n. St.es ~o.t fee el...d .st by th. «M nt thn y.ar.
. CALL BABI.T WHU.B THB- ASSOBTHBST I. GOOD.
Tmai-Under $100, cashi over f 100, eeeured notes .t three morath.,wlthi«t.ralart.
' - _>. x»_+-*mx*Jkit-mMr
*iWwlyr __■ MASbWO _iACWO_.*M_,-m MEW
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
Has rosr RaoEivan ibi roixownra Biunm dl"."',,'     , ,
QHOIOE( FAMILY TEA:
.    ' ii-i;- ...-'. •-' 'a. ■ .a!*..-;' ■ ■;•     j
Co«et N, I fine EnglUh breakfut; fioldm State, a good f.nuly. taaj
Mandarin's Choice, an Extra: Hation HH,> really good article; Tajlaa,
aalorbs.ketleiiMalden-a Choice, lb cans; Onr DatUtht, a good Japan
t*tl Fancy Batted dnnpowder, extra lattef.l, a very nio* green let; ind
other brand, which will be SOLD CHEAP. ..."
I, ****iew firoeerles arrlvltm daily it CENTRAL GROCERY STORE, '
OolnmbUttnet. .~ .;;   dwool'lo .,„
kt im ____
•m-
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR; FIRST j3ELiyT
cries of New Goods for the coming season, Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION, and'NEWEST DESIGNS in •. ■"'■/"''• ,;i ;':'•;'
Black, Colored A Eveninr Shades
Dress Goods. . Z
Newest Shades In Pongee Silks and
Muslin*. " •;■■.,',,
Laces anO Embroideries. ■■'
Hoslerjr and Underwear.   ;
1   Fancy Aprons.
Household & Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts. Down Quilts. ,/■
Waterprooft A Ulsters.  Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties. &o,
YtStC..
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