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Array CtorernmentPi-intTng office
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TOLUME 6
NEW WESTMINSTER, a 0„ WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1888.
NOMBEE
B=
n   WVlalB,
DENTIST.
Boom 11,      ■       -       Colonial Hottl.
OmoiKoins-utoi, dfesto
c^
0. BROWN,
Rooms-B. A C, over Bank of British Columbia.
HotJHS-Oa. ra, to 0.30 p. m.     dwjlyato
ponaorxD a mccou,
babbistkbb,
suucitobs, etc.
Offlees. Masonlo Buildings, New Westminster, and Vaneouver,B.C.     jyaldwto
T,
O. TOW1-IXHY,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, &0.
Of the Provlnoe of Manitoba.
Auaraoxa Block,
dsento New Westminster, B. 0.
m  O. ATK1NSOBT,
lARBUTEQ, 80T,l_HlfQB. 40.
Omcis-Uasonlo Building,
dwfelOte Kew Westminster, B. 0.
m   NORM Alt BOLE, 4. C,
BARRIBTBR-AT-LAW.
Land Agent Money to Loan,
Clarkson Btreet,
seSte New Westminster, E C.
/ILOW * MACLURE,
ARCHITECTS.
0-friM-Room E,
Over Bank of B. 0.,
danSlte
Colnmbla Street,
fH  W. CHART,
ARCHITECTI
Opriw-Corner Mary and Clarkson Sts,
! M
ALLAFIDAINB * SARSOM,
ARCHITECTS.
Innes Bloek,      •       -      Hastings St.
VANCOUVER, B.C
dauSOto
YJTILMAM H. KINO,
ARCHITECT, '
- BUIIDINQ 4 LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
OrriOE—New Masonlo Block,
dwapUto Westminster.
ALBERT J. HILL,
M. Can. Soo. 0. E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Ornoa-Niw Maionlo Block,
dwmhisto New Westminster.
w.*
A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENPTS.
Bank Buildings, Mary St., New Westminster, B.O.
11 Clare Road, Halifax, England,
dwmylTto
m t tkapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Colnmbla Street, New Wettmlntter
All oommltiton. will receive prompt
and oinlul attention. But references
given when required. inhl2-tc
RAND BROS.
nBlIa ■STATE BROKERS,
CaaT.yaae.r., Ooll.etort,
aaa ln.anrane.AJ.nl.,
OffltM at VICTORIA: Fort Btreet,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
t McKenzie and Clarkson Sts,
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
' of Vancouver aud New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS ot .uperlor quality Ior
tale at Chilliwhaok, Fort Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumaa, Mud Bay,Lad-
ner'. Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt BlTtr.
Map. and Plan, exhibited and ma lull-
Ht lnf.rmattoa furnished atall ourofnoeei
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
Royal and Laneashlra Fire Insurance Companies*
njuVfil liable Lots for sale ln tbe City
ana Dlstrlot of Westminster; and choice
Lota In tbe City of Vanoouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
OffloMi Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postomce, Westminster, and Hastings Hu,
Vancouver. dwapute
WILLIAMS   BROS*
land Agents & Surveyors,
>  rUHB PBEPABKD. STIBYETS HADE
Large or Small Sums of Honey Advanced
oi Good Becurlties, at Reasonable
Bates of Interest.
Panes for Bale on Fruer Blver, above
aad belew New Weslsnlasler.
WILLIAMS BROS, are inoonstnntcom*
muntoatloa wltb Intending settlers from
■nslaud and elsewhere, and have special
facilities for effecting sales.
Their charges are lower than any other
agents ln the Provlnoe.
OFFICE8—Corner of Granville nnd Cordova Streets,and opposite C. P. R. station,
Taaemver* B* C. dapHmi
CITY HOTEL!
OOLUMBIA STREET
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
FREDK. RAJTHTProprietor
ERAITH BEGS TO INFORM THB
, Public that ho hns bonghttho Interest ot Mrs. Bonson, who Is retiring from
hotel business. Raving thoroughly refitted and furnished the Rouse, tho travelling public and residents of New West*
, minster will And this ono of the most
f comfortable nnd convenient hotels, con*
ducted on temperance principle-,: Bttuated In the business portion of the oity
and commanding a beautiful view of tbe
Tmn river. dwoetto
T.J.TRAPP&GO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cross-cut tt Hand*Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all tho necessary Utensils fcr Farming)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Hope & Chain in all sites) Pitch,
Tar & Oakumi Tarred and Plain Paper 'or Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints iii all ihades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones) WalfPaperlaall dHimu; Brooms & Brushes lor all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special atter.tlon given to orders by mall.
T. T. ZU__Z-_JllyF SO CO.,
dwjlydto Colombia Struct, New Westminster.
Josh Billings says: "With all your getting, get knowledge.'' Solomon says, "Get Understanding.*'
LEAVING YOU TO DECIDE WHIOH YOU WOULD FRKFEtt, WE WOULD
ADD THAT THERE AM PLENTY OF PLACES TO
OBTAIN THE FORMER, BUT
GRANT & MACLURE'S
IS THE PLACE Tp OBTAIN THE UTTER.
MIKA KUMTUX?
dwjeltto
j. s. manson,
Merchant Tailor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA ST.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
noldly
BON  MARCHE
Dry Goods and Clothing
AT COST FOR CASH.
Walker * Shadwell,
COLUMBIA     STBKET.
GLOBE HOUSE.
Millinery,
Kfillinery,
Millinery.
Latest .Paris "Pasliions.
ds»25to MRS. WM. RAE.
ATTENTION
S294> ACRES
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated.on the Fraser River,-near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
Urjjs?*A competent man is now on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
FL_A_lSnD  ___
dwauflto
Absolute!}/ ^urt*y
This powder nover varies. A marvel of
pprity.alrenfrthftiid wU<>loBomencBs. More
economical than tlio ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compollllon with the
multitude of low lest, short weight alam
or phosphate powders. Sold only ln cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. Sfely
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
2   APPRENTICES   '10   THE  DRESS-
making.  Terms on application to
MISa McDODGAIiti,
docQti) Columbia St., New Weit,
FOR SALE.
A LOT OV NKW, CLEAN TIMOTHY
Beed. Apply to
WM. H. LADNER,
dwoc24ml Ladner's Landing. *
Tug for Sale!
T
IUQ BOAT76 FEET; COMPOUND MA*
ehlnery, by Eastern makers,
Aff*»BR8. BEWICKE «t WULFFSOHN,
djaOto Vancouver, B. C.
AWELL-ESTABLISnEO AND BIO-
pitjini* General Merchandise Busl*
netm In one of tlie fluent agricultural settlements In British Columbia for Bale,
Terms easy, and a suitable customer will
be treated liberally, Best businesB chance
ln British Columbia, Apply to
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Insurance   nnd Financial
Agents,Westminster, B, C.   dwooZHo
,'. FORSALEORLEASE.
''* FA1.M CONTAINING 650 AORES
A Prairie Land, & miles from Port
Moody, 8 mites from Westminster; com*
munlcatlon* by water, rail or wngon-road.
Oau be purchased with or without stock.
Terma easy,—Apply to
A. MoLEAN,
Pitt Meadows;
or to ' SHANNON A HALL
dwaulSte , Vancouver.
Sail** fritiah Columbian
Wtdaesdsr malaf, tn. I, MM.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The great Evangelical Alliance
Convention in Montreal lait week
was a moit important event for Canada, It marks an era qt union and
cooperation between the evangelical
ohurces in uggressivo Christian
effort.
Ihe Kamloops Sentinel says; The
coast papers and the Victoria press
are itill wrangling regarding the
representation ot the province in
the Dominion senate. What the
outcome will be it ii hard to de.
(ermine, but one thing hai lieu
fully demonstrated during the discussion, snd that is the utttf aelBali-
ness of the Viotoria prest in general
and the Colonist in particular, entirely regardless of the rights of the
remaining portion of the  province.
' —«a''
An eastern exchango sivys; Dr.
Dawson, of the Dominion Geological
Survey, visited thii season Kamloopi, Yale, Kootenay and Cariboo
districts in British Oolumbia, and
in the course of hii explorations
came across a great deal of country
well adapted for agricultural pur-
poios. In ezaming the mining regions he found ample evidence to
support the sanguine expectations
which have been formed of the
country's respences. Dr. Dawson
believes that a mining boom will
strike that region and be of immense proportions. His report for
this year will be of great intereit to
Canadian!. We may note the fact
that the Hon. Edward Blake, who
ia viiiting British Oolumbia for the
first time, has just discovered that
his "sea of mountains" is a fine
country. We have to thank the 0.
F. R. retainer for that.
MRS. E. J. MILLER
WILL RESUME CLASSES IN PAINT-
ing, Drawing and Decorative Work
In nil branches, nt Rooms at Mrs. Stir-
sky's, Columbia st,, Saluriliij. October*.
Hours from D to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. ra.
doc5to
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Long Experience la the bullae!.,
 iHOJlyOm
W. 0. LOYE,
Fashionable Boot and 8b Uiktr.
Repairing Neatly Done.  Cork Bole
Work a Specl-tlty.
iVOrders promptly attended to,
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'offloe.  riticltc
Dress-Making!
Misses McDougall
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
tt- HfttiBfactlon guaranteed.      daplsto
DRESS MAKING
At SUSS JEimiNOS',
(Latt? of England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NKW WESTMINSTER
•orHntlMfiietlon guarantee-].     dwfe7ta
lr<TOTIOE!.
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLI) TO MESSRS.
Manahan A Rri'-iibniiaoii the whole
of my Komlwlll and in tor-out In tho Butcher
HuHlitt-.'is no lout* oarrlod on by mo, known
as the
LONDON MARKET,
And In thanking my ciiHtomers for the
Ionic patronni*e hrr-towed on tne, be-* them
most reNpeetfully to transfer tho mimoio
my successors!
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West., lis! Oct., l.sss.        dwooSIml
NOTICE.
THURSDAY, THE 1BTH INSTANT,
tmvitit* boon sol apart and appoint en
by Ills K-ioi'tlunev tho Governor ('eneml
In Council ns a day of General Thanks-
giving Hironi-hnut tlio Dominion, tho Public Ottlcos wl 11 bo closed on that day.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Bccietary,
Provincial Hceretnry's Oflice,
Viotoria, 1st Nov, 1888.
dno2wl
Winter Time Table!
STR. "RAINBOW"
LEAVES VIOTORIA FOR WESTMIN-
ster
Every lHondny & Friday.
Loaves Wpslniinslor for Vlolorin
Every Tlnivsilny & Saturday,
At 7 A. JI.
Loaves WeMlmliiskr for Vancouver anil
Nanaimo,
Every Tuesday Morning
At 7 o'olock, rctui'iiliis tlie following da,.
W. J, MATHERS,
dwoc23m,l Ajont.
They tell a rather bad thing on
Jay Gould: Once while giving
evidence before a railway commission Mr, Jfty Gould said that in
some counties he was a Bepublican,
in some he was a Democrat, but in
all he was an Frie man. Although
he is no longer an Erie man, because
western railways and a telegraph
monopoly are more profitable investments, he is still a Republican
or a Democrat according to circumstances. In the last general election
lie was a straight Blainiteand when
that fact became known it did noT
do the Bepublioan cause any good.
In the present contest he hus sent
his cheque and his blessing to the
Republican managers with a request
that they say nothing about his gift,
and a simitar cheque, and a similar
blessing to the Democrat!. Unfor
tunately the secret leaked out, and
now the Republican: are denouncing
him as a traitor, and the Democrats
are reviling him as a sneak.
"Beauty is vain and favor ll deceitful," says the scriptures and experience and observation prove them
true in this as in other declaration!.
The following from an exchange il
not a bad illustration: Mary Stevens, the young Viennese lady with
the undoubtedly British name, who
gained the third prize in the "Competition of the Graces" at Spa, is in
Paris, and has juit given a very
graphic account of the "Show." She
is a pretty, rose-tinted blonde, with
black eyes, and states that the
entries were twenty-five in number,
that all the competitors, dressed in
ball costume, went every evening
for a fortnight to the Casino, where
they were gazed at by people who
had paid 5f, for the privilege. In
the centre of the competitors was
the beautiful Fatma, who was "out
of running," and at her feet were all
her swarthy attendant!. Mademoiselle, or Fraulein, Stevens waa on
the whole glad to be able to compete,
although ahe found it fatiguing to
eit out the ihow. She evidently
viewi Mile, Debroza, who wai
awarded the second prize, with considerable jealousy. She says that
"the Debron" lucks distinction, and
obtained the honor simply boctiuitt
she was only sixteen, was a 'Belgian,
and had influential friends. Here
is a verbatim report of this Vioiiuiiu
lady's description of tlm other competitors who did noi obtain hi^li
prizes and of the grand finale of the
show : "The prizo winners, apart
from all the rest, were not only
hideously ugly, but bad-tempered
and ill-bred. You cannot imagine
how they behaved when, the names
of the most successful competitors
were read out. The scene was indescribable. There were groans and
shrickos and imprecations. When
we (tho winners,) had received our
boquets, the others rushed at us
like wild beasts, snatched our nosegays eut of our hands, and trampled
on I hem. Somebody spat upon the
dress of Mile. Soukares, tho Guadeloupe girl who got the fint prize,
and Mile, Villian, who obtained the
fourth or lait prize, whacked rae
with her fan and out my arm. She
had to be ejected from the place by
the polico, and Mile, Soukares and I
had to fly literally for our lives. M
Soukares, the brother of tho Guadeloupe beauty, who is also here, itates
that hii lilter only contented to
complete owing to the pressing solicitations of friendi, and that then
she was entered under an assumed
niiiiin. So ended the famous "Spa
Beauty Show" of the Year of Grace
1888.   ______________
Corns mute Intolerable pain. Hoi-
lowiy's Corn Cure removes- the trouble.
Try it and see what an amount ot pain
is uved,
STILL UNCERTAIN.
Result of the Presidential Election
Still Uncertain, bnt Both
Sides Confident.
Hew York Supposed to Have Gone
Bepublican, and the State of
Indiana Democrat.
The Quebec Iloodlers •- Important
Meeting iu Connection With
'" Manitoba Matters.
THB MUKCUISON   LETTE11.
Los Angeles, Nov. 6.—The Express
this evening diuloscs the naino i-f the
author of the celebrated -'Murchison
letlir" It is given as Francis 0.
-Hf!$,* a farmer, a native ot New York,
living "two miloi from tlie town of Pomona. "The letter was written to
Mini|t«r West.*" says tlie Kxpress, "entirely of his own notion, ami to obtain
Lord Saokville's opinion upon tho
question set forth in tbe loiter. Iiu
was in collusion with ou uther^gHM'"
»nd had little expectation uf reeSMnj*
«h answer. When it camo he kapt it
'for three weeks before' showing itf to
Anyone."
THE   RUCTIONS.
San Fbanoisco, Nov. 7.—367 precincts outside of San Francisco give
Harrison 10,242 and Cleveland 17,013.
There are still 1,306 precincts to hear
from,
TOO MUCH ELECTION.
San Fbanoisco, Nov. 7.—Et
this morning Thos. J. Gallagher, a
well known attorney of thia city, about
45 years of age, while under the influence of (liquor, jumped from a third-
story window and was fatally injured.
FIRST IN SIXTEEN YEARS.
HeIiKNA, Montana, Nov. 7*—From
the returns now in it is estimated that
Garter, republican for congress, has a
majority of 3,000 over Clark, democrat. Carter will be the first republican delegate elected in Montana in 16
years.
BEPUBUOANS CARRY NEVADA.
Virginia, Nov., Nov. 7.—The state
ts republican by over a thousand majority.
JUMPED OVERBOARD.
San Francisco, Nov. 7*—The captain of the str. Mexico, which arrived
from Victoria yesterday, reports that
on Sunday night Donald Charters, a
steerage passenger, created a sensation
by jumping from the deck of a steamer.
The vessel was stopped as aoon as possible and a boat waa lowered, but owing
to the darkness it was impossible to
rescue him,
THURMAN  GIVES UP.   :
Coluubus, Ohio, Nov. 7.-Judge
Thurman, in an interview, gives up
tli'} entire election.
--••I     '"ijyjiiiui iajurity.
Austin, Nov. 7.—Cleveland's majority in Texas is 150,000. Congressman Mills is re elected by n small majority.
INDIANA    DEMOCRAT.
New York,  Nov. 7. -The World
lims Indiana for Cleveland by 2,500
plurality.   Florida and Delewaro aro
Democrat.
TAKING PRECAUTIONS,
San Francisco, Nov. 7.—Owing to
reports that the democrats of this city
were about to manipulate the ballots
so as to give Cleveland a large majority, the San Francisco republican stale
central committee at a conference
this morning appointed a large number
of men to watch the counting and report any attempts at fraud.
BOYCOTT IN CANADA.
Kingston, Nov. 7.-—There Is an unhappy student in the medical college
here. He hss been boycotted by his
fellows who have sworn to refuse to
speak to him or recognize him in any
way. He is accused of telling the police the hiding place of tho resurrected
bodies recently recovered. He denies
the accusation)
IMPORTANT CAUCUS.
Winnipeg, Nov. 7.—Some interesting things will likely occur at the government caucus to-night. It is said
the Free Press and Mr. Luxton will be
formally repudiated and read out of
the liberal party. It ii most probable
the railway crossing difficulty will be
fully discussed and retaliation on the
C. P. K. will be considered.
LORD SACKVILLE AVENGED.
New   York,  Nuv.   7*-Tho press
news association has nn early Lnndon
cable which save tho geueral feeling is
that Sack ville-West has been avenged.
bulletin.
New York, Nov. 7.—Harrison's
majority in Pennsylvania is 115,9511.
The Democratic majority in TennesBoe
ia 10,000. Micliii'.m in Rvpttblioan liy
15,000 to 18,000 plurality. 700 out of
1806 districts in Indiana giveCluvclrmd
101,460, UsrriaMii 110,6113. Iowa republican by 30,000 majority. llHodu
lalaiid gives republican unijotity of
3,106, Virginia is democrat by n
majority of 10,600. Nevada's majority for the republicans is now 2000.
QITEIIKC ROODLBRH.
Quebkc, Nor. 7. -The boodle enquiry has been adjourned until tomorrow. Thu information so fnr has
been laid against M. Wallack, B.
Trudel and It. P. Vallee. The pre-
siding magistrate received a letter from
the attorney-general asking hiin to
make the investigation as full and
thorough ns possible.
FRISCO   DEMOCRATIC,
San Francisco, Nov. * 7.—Partial
returns from all precincts, except two,
ore:Harrison, 11,677; Cleveland 14,-
014; Pond, democrat for mayor 10,-
218. Story, republican 8,002, O'Donnell, lud, 7,755.
election  riot.
Louisville, Nov. 7.—In an election
riot this morning at Bowling Green,
Ky., a mnd mob of negroes attacked
Supervisor Wickerson, He defended
himself with his revolver and one negro was killed, one dangerously wounded and a whiteman shot through tho
H. Gladden, Wcat Shefford, P. Q.,
writes: For a number of years I have
beon afflicted with rheumatism. Two
years ago I was attacked vory severely.
I suflercd a great deal of pain, from
which I waa not free a day, until last
saring, wyen I began to uso Dr. Thomas'
Kclectiic Oil, and! rejoice to say it has
cured me, for which I am thankful.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Sir John has been called to Kingston
as bit sister is said to be dying.
Several commissions in the Imperial
army hare been awarded to Canadians.
The Ottawa Orangemen celebrated
the gunpowder plot by dedicating a
fine new hall.
Dickey, Tory member for Cumber*
lapdAos resigned his seat, admitting
brib-w by agents.
TIfiKopening of tenders for the Sault
Ste. Mario canal has boon postponed
till the 10th inst.
It is rumored that Lord Saokvillo-
Wttst will arrive in Ottawa shortly on
a visit to the governor-general.
Hon. Oliver Mow&t, premier of Ontario, will represent Manitoba in tho
railway case before tho supreme court.
Joseph Paquett's sash and door factory aud planing mill in Hamilton are
burned.   Lois, 970,000; no insurance.
Jack Kehoe was found guilty of the
niurder of Thomas Connelly and sentenced to hang on the 14th December.
Thus; Renwick, formerly mantiger
<k W^FWerai Bank, Toronto, dirt-)
•iaddeuly of heart disease at Hamilton
v&ltw*?'       \r.,'"':    , -
The memorial window placed in Ht
Alban's church by Lady Macdonald,
was paid for by the proceeds of her
literary work.
Among the passengers per steamer
Parisian from Liverpool were the bishops of Huron, Japan, Kew Westmin
sber and Saskatchewan.
The letter from Kiel's sister, which
haa appeared in all the American papers, assailing President Cleveland for
not interfering to save her brother's
life, is denounced by her ns an unblushing falsehood,
A freight train laden with Northwest cattle broke into two near Pembroke on Saturday night. The rear
section plunged into the front section
derailing 4 cars and killing brakeman
Tidlock and 10 cattle.
Commissioner Herchmer reports
that the recent light between the
Bloods and the Stonies near High
Creek was a fabrication, The Bloods
were on n cattle stealing expedition
and one Indian was accidently wounded.
Robert Sedgewick, Deputy Minister
of Justice, left for England to day to
appear in the appeal case of the British
Columbia Government vs. the Attorney-
general of Canada respecting the ownership of minerals within the C.P.R.
belt
A telegram has been received here
that Robert Balfour, 1011 of Peter
Balfour, chief assessor, died on Saturday at Los Angelos, California, through
taking a dose of carbolic acid, given
him by a druggist in mistake for
wine of pepsin.
Advices from New York report tlmt
Sir Adolphe Ciron and.Hon. Mr.
Thompson are badgered almost to death
by reporters and shadowed by detectives, as an Ottawa lying despatch was
sent slating that the two members had
gone to give Blaine a hand.
Job. W. Vail, a defaulting banker of
Port Washington, Wis., has been found
by the police in Winnipeg, Man. He
has been living there for the past six
months under the name of Linsquit,
and is said to have brought $140,000
of the bank's funds with him.
Rumor has it that Hon. Mr. Cat-Hog
and Hon. Mr. Pope will retire from tho
cabinet at the close of next session.
The former goes to the senate and the
latter, owing to ill health, is compelled
to rotire. White of Renfrew, replaces
Carling, and Ives will likely got Pope's
place.
The committee appointed by the
Hamilton board of trade to correspond
with the Dominion government on the
subject of reduced postal rates reported
that the government could not see
their way to make any reduction in the
expenses of running the poatoffice de*
partment, as they were not far in excess of the receipts.
The criminal libel suits of Premier
Greenway and Attorney-General Martin against the Free Frees and jlfonti.ij*
Call for alleged libel in charging members of tho government with boodling
in connection with the Northern Pacific contract camo before the grand
jury on Saturday. "No bill" was returned in each ease.
The result of tbe libel suits does uot
satisfy the local government or its
friends and there is tslk of a royal
commission to investigate the matter.
The Mormny Call publishes a long affidavit by J. 11. McArtbur, solicitor of
the Manitoba Central Railway, in
whioh he charges Premier Green with
having offered his company the Rod
River Valley Road if they would advance 810,000 towards the election ox-
pi-lines. The affidavit, howover, gives
no evidence that tho money was over
paid over.	
Mrs. A, Nelson, Brantford, writes:
"I was a sufferer from Chronic Dyspepsia for eleven years. Always after eating, an intense burning sensation in the
stomach, at times vory distressing, oaued
a drooping and languid feeling, which
would last for aeveral hours after eating.
I was recommended by Dr. Popplowefl,
Chomist, of our city, to try Northrop ft
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dya*
peptic Cure, and I am thankful to say
thnt I havo not boon bettor for years;
that burning sensation and languid fooling has all gone, and food docs not lie
heavy on my atonmch. Others of my
family havo used it with best results."
Jerusalem is rapidly growing as a
trade centre. $100,000' worth of objects of devotion in mother-of-pearl
and olive wood are exported to America and Europe every year. Vino
cultivation is being extended, and the
price of land has risen six-fold within
a few years.
Mamma (with much show of indignation) "1 have called you three
times. 1 am very much annoyed."
Charlie (who is fond of Bible stories)
—"Well, tho Lord called Samuel,
three times and Ho didn't get mad
about it, did he?"— Yonkers Gazette.
Messrs. Mitcholl A Piatt, druggists,
London, Ont., write, Dec., 1881: "We
have sole Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil since
its first introduction, and we can safely
say, no medicine on our shelves has had
a largor sale, 01- gives better satisfaction.
Wo always feol safe in recommending it
to our customers.
FOREIGN CABLES.
The Bine Book tnd tke Saek-lll*
Ineldent-Seenritiei Firm
is London.
Great Bailway Accident ia I
Sixty Drowned by » St*aln1
Gollision at Caleutt*..
lies
th*
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Ooluubuh offloe,    l'rioe. will bo
Children Cr-yfor Pitcher'. CartWlal^ti»"i-alJ.w <rth" ^
Another Ucvolutionary Society M§
covered in Poland-Army
Officers Implicated.
uiiAMAEBUnt's mutual. ,
Liinixw, Nor. 6.—Tho Binnim-bun
i'orf iimiounoei that Mr. Joseph On!**-
Main is on roots for Amenta, sua
tlmt ho will marry Mill Endjoott, tho
dauu-itcr of Seorotuy Eudioott, soon
nftor hi, urrival.
ANOTHISll KEVO1UTIONAKVSO0IITT.
Liisuox, Nov. 6 —The ftlrfnicvV*
Si. I'ctii'»burKCorro.pondent.aj.thit
General (luurko, the |*ovtfflorj»«ie**]
<if Vimivioj' hai tttlifsphod to the
uiliiistrr of/the interior Gtfft-Wi'-
discovored* roa-eltai"!-**-*. Sat-aP*?' *< -
Poland having ltwnertiui Inneaat hi
oilier putts of the empire, sail ar-r
rested a largo uomber of its ttieab.fi.
Ten otticori attached to the girriioD at
Cracotraro included in the number
arrested, and aeveral others sre under
suspicion.
1ERBIBLI BilLWAY iCClDiiri.
Si. Petebsbuko, Nuv. 7.—Reports
have been received here of a terrible
railway accident on a southern Riuaian
line near Kovel. It il stated many
have been killed.
THE BICIi Bool.
London, Nor. 7.—Tho Daily Newt
lays: Tho Blue Book on the Saokville
affair considerably improve! the position of President Cleveland snd Bayard. Lord Salisbury'! error lsy in not
perceiving that the recall of SaokviUl
involved no penonsl discredit
The Standard consider! tho Bine
Book acquit! the foreign offloe and
ihowi Lord Salisbury acted with dignity and discretion, and removes the
only extenuation pouible to plead for
Cleveland.
The-Timn says: Tho Blue Book
confirms our previoui opinion and it
emphasizes Lord Sackrilie'i ioducn-
tion.
SIXTY UTE! lOST.
Calcutta, Nor. 7.-A forry Iteamer has just sunk in a colliaion and 60
wbrc drowned.
AMERICAN SECURITIES mil.
London, Nor. 7.—In the itock
markets thii morning. American ta-'
cunties opened very ens. Oentrai
Pacific .hare, ware in itrong dirund.
UTE DESPATCHES.
"""' *BAiBr*, nun,
Jackson, Minn., Nov. 2.—A prairie
fire, running through the Sioux Valley
towntliip, Jackson county, yesterday
burned Henry Bay, sged 20 years, so
badly thnt he cannot recover. Mn.
Mollie O'Connor and her baby, four
weeks old, a woman and her sea, aged
1C years, who were viiiting her, wen
burned to death.
jack nta nrppn.
London, Nor. 2—The oil
have received a post-card on wl
following wis written:—
"Dear Boss! On Saturday night I will
do two more murden on a man and boy.
1 am Jaok the Ripper."
The police at Rotherhithe had a 1st.    '
ter whioh wai foond on Anchor itreet,
Rotherhithe, at 6:30 on Saturday afternoon, handed to them, and it ia dated
the 12th, ind contains the following:—
"I'll be over hen soon. Ill have yo«
yon. My knife is a iharp one. Jack the
Ripper. I am up in tin oity and Ber-
mondsey every day. Good old Leather
Apron,
Another letter, bearing a Kitbura
pott mark, wat written to Mr. Leak,
of the Whiteohcpel vigilance oommit-
tee, as follows:—
I write yon a letter in black Ink, ai I
have no mon of the right ituff. I think,
you are all aaleep In Scotland yard axttk
yonr bloodhounds, aa I will ihow you tomorrow night (Saturday), I ungoiaf
to do a double event, but not tn whfla.
chapel. Got rather too warm then) hat
to shift. No more till pou hear from m.
again. Jack tie Rims.
A MILLION DOLLARS TOR TBI TOM.
Rome, Nov. 3.—Catholics of Australia and India have presented the
pope with 81,000,000.
RUSSIAN mil DRIVEN OUT.
Gardner, Mass., Nor. 3.—Ruitiiu
Fim in the itriken' place, at H.ywood
Bros. & Co'i chair worki were laat
night attacked ind beaten unmercifully.
Tho Fint had their dirk knives and
revolvers taken from them. One Fin
is reported dead. Some thirty or
ffi'ly left town to-day.
THE FRESNO TRAOIDY.
Fresno, Nov. 3.—Robert Seconce
nnd a man named Birdwick, who
were shut and fatally wounded in a
dispute o.er th,, testimony given by
the former fn the HitohcockC.ru-
thers slander suit hen yeeterdry, died
to-day. Secono. aval dial by Hard-
wick, who in turn was wounded by the
brother of the injured man.
THE CZAR THANK! OOD TOB HIS E-CAPE.
St. Peteksbubo, Nov. 5.—The Onr
has published a manifesto regarding
the railway acoident of last Monday.
Tho iiiiinifcsto isvi: "Wo ihare with*
the peoplo in their thanks to God for
our miraculous otcape. M.yth. provi-
denco that protects our lib, whleh ia
consecrated to the country*! welfare
strengthens to faithfully fulfil to the
end tho great duties Its will hll Uid
upon ut."
 . • »
Dyspepsia and Itan)eiw*____. _
Snow k Co., Syracuse, N. Y„ w_\m__,
"Pleat" tend ns tenjpon of PaV TR
aro snlln.g mors ol Psrm.le.'. PlU. Uaaa
any otffer Pill we keen, Thn ka*°T
great reputation for the oin of _h_m__\
sia and Liver Oomplauvt." lb t___T_"
Smith, Lindsay tri*,, "3&SSA
Pills are an eiceiltnt BierUclne. 272k
tor has oeen troabMd wtVa knit**
ache, but thaw Hill nave ctT-at W^     ,J
A Quarts* fc-r * 0*ri-*i>a~Kr ' ""*'
more than twenty-five yean haa Haft-
yard's Yellow Oil been roid by drug-
gists, and it has never yet failed to
give satisfaction as a household remedy for pain, lamenesi and sonnet!
of flesh, for external and internal use
in all painful complaints.	
Children Cryfor Pltcht-r'lCMtarla 'A   lUVlUltlVtSIU
THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
l-OBLIBBID
every ineraeu eacett Sunday,
BVTHI   .
•C3DaW*aTaiX3'-r      SROMatBaWS,
At tb.lr Stum   Prlntins Establish-
menl, Colnmlila Sirsst.
BY   KAIL:
...18 00
...4 26
...!_.
fnr It ioi.,|Ui..
Pur 6 months.
Fur 3 months	
IIKI.IVKBKD IN IBB OTTTl
P\ir 12 moulli........ ............. *ll 00
For Suinulli...
Per moillb	
Per wee!
llyamtii In all cases (except Ior weekly
ret»| to Iwin.edB In advance.
THE wllrO-A COLUMBIAN
■....■I ewri mttttmitt Manilas.
Delivered In the City, per j«ir...™ IJCO
Mailed, per year 100
Mailed. S months. - ■ -■-— Ut
§uilg $rttt0h (Eolumbiitn
WaUmdar HvMlni. tm. I, lias.
Tho now time table, which comes
into effect on Sunday next, the 11 th
inst., is an improvement, as will bo
soon, on tho arrangements which
it has superceded. Wo shall hnvo
connection! tin™ times a day now
with Vancouver, oxoopt on Saturdays, and this sorvico includes an
early morning train from hero, at
7:40, whioh will be appreciated by
those who wero disappointed when
tho 8 o'olook morning sorvico was
•Withdrewn in July lasti These
latest running arrangement,, which
we hope will be continued, until
they an improved at any rate,
coupled with the new and convenient passenger oar nnd the smoker-
baggage car which have lately been
pnt on the Westminster-Vancouver
route, make the service a better ono
than has yet been placed on tho
branch line. It remains, however,
for tho O. P. R. to do away with tho
unjust and petty discrimination
against thiB city, whereby passengers
from eastern points are not permitted to purchase a ticket or check
their baggage for Westminster.
We printed a communication yesterday, from a settler on the Scott
Road, who signs his own name to
the article, complaining, very justly,
it would appear, of the present condition of that important highway,
ond of the manner in which a certain sum of $400 appropriated by
the government for the purpose has
been expended. Whoever ie to
blame for the way in which the work
was done—as well as for the way it
wasn't done—the statements of our
correspondent, which we are convinced are true and honest statement! of fact, show a deplorable
condition of the thoroughfare in
question, and one that should be
remedied with as little delay as possible. As the government, it would
appear, have expended $400 on thii
road, and the money is said to have
been misapplied and, to a considerable extent, wasted, we would recommend the authorities to look into the matter, at least, and ascertain
who is to blame, so that a recurrence
of auch practices may be prevented
According to our correspondent
then muit be something rotten somewhere with regard to tho expenditure of the $400 mentioned upon tho
Scott Road this season, and the mismanagement, or worso, wherever it
may lie, should be exposed, and corrected. The road itaelf is a most
important one. Three different
stagea make several trips a week
each over this road, connecting with
Blaine and Whatcom. Many farmen south of the river find it the
moat convenient route to town; it is
the mall route also for half-a dozen
agricultural settlements, and the
travel, by horses and vehicles particularly, is constantly increasing.
The necessity of keeping this road in
good repair will thus be plainly apparent, and we trust that the govern-
mentwill not onlyundertake to do so,
but may succeed better in the future than in the past. The present
system of road work, however,
whereby a road like the Scott Road
appean to fall to the ground between
the government and the rural
municipalities through which it
passes, is far from satisfactory. It
ii extremely difficult, too, to properly administer road making and re-
pain all over the province from any
one centre, muoh less, nn excontric
point like the island capital. As wo
have more than once urged, it is
about time that some distribution of
the province into counties was undertaken, thus decentralising road,
ichool, and othor matters, nnd putting them under the immediate control of the communities interested.
The advantages of such a system are
obvious,' and we hope to see our
legiilatore moving in the mattor very
soon,
Some new light has been thrown
on the relations of labor and capital.
The Evangelical Alliance convention
held in Montreal recently  took  up
the labor question, and some rather
unuiual phases of the subject were
ventilated in a lucid and  common-
sente manner.   The Montreal  Witnett lays:   The labor queition  hai
been the subject of a series of inter-
etting papers at the meetings of the
Evangelical Alliance.   That of Mr.
Hague, of thia city, knocked a great
many current fallacies on the head.
Th* ourrency  of   these   fallacies
provei  the  superficiality   of  the
thinking on this subject,   It if a
most misleading fallacy to speak of
the question of employment as that
of capital and labor.   The workers
an often capitalists.   The employed
an often fai riober than their  employer, who nay be carrying on busi
lien for yean on the strength of the
ca-aMsnca rapnsed in him and with
len than na •sanea that he cap call
his own.   Another fallacy underlies
t*isfnqui*«i, talk about the laborer
having a right to a larger share of
the pj-oorasds of his labor tlian is leoured by the wage system,   It ii
bnt illuetnted by a few actual facts.
A truurnifloent factory started ten
yeareajphesnotyieldjd th* first
cent of dividend and may never do
so. So far as appears, the money
sunk in it is a pure loss to the capitalists. The prinoiple of giving the
laborer his share with capital would
have deducted all this lost capital
from the wages of tho operatives
who have Bi'mply been living on it
all these years. An honest man
pluckily carried on a moat useful
business for six years at a loss of
fifty thoumgd dojj»J5! a yoar, hppipg
always Woa-iy it.to.a pucoess, but
had then to give it up. He had,
perhaps, fifty employees, old and
young. Had these shared with him
they would have .had to await the
ond of eaoh year to learn what they
wero to get, only to learn that they
owed the creditors of the buiiness,
or the capitalist investors, an aver-
ago of a thousand doilan apiece, a
sum which thoy could nover hope to
pay. Some businesses suoceod,' nnd
eome do not Even succosiful business is somo yean carried on at a
loss. On the average, it is fairly
presumable tho wnge-earner gets, at
least, hie full sliaro of tho proceeds
of his labor, with tho advantage that
it comes to him regularly and with
tolerablo certainty. Speaking generally with regard to the public
works of Canada, Mr, Hague declared that the workmen who have
built thorn have received actually.
forty millions more money than tho
product of their labor is worth on'
any commercial' valuation. They
would, if they had been paid the full
market value of what thoy produced,
have received that much less reward
for their labor than they actually
got. A third fallacy lies under the
common opinion that tho organization of labor has bettered tho condition of the laborer. Mr. Uague arrayed a series of facts leading to the
opposite conclusions, at which ho had
arrived as the result of intimate
knowledge und close observation for
very many yoars. He waa convinced
that what raised the workingruan
was probity, sobriety, diligence and
education, and that taking part in
the wan unhappily existing between thoso whoso interests wero
necessarily onei was neither Christian
nor profitable to either party. Combinations of labor against capital,
so-called, are simply efforts to corner
the labor market and sell it at prices
from which the safeguard of competition is shut out. Combinations of
employers are, similarly, efforts to
corner the wage market against the
working-class. The groat corner,
however, is that in land, which,
being united in all old countries, enables its holden to tyrannize over
those whose sentiments or whoso
poverty kept them from seoking it
elsewhere and forces them to pay
rent for land which they themselves
have made and for houses they have
built at their own cost. Tho conditions of free contract being bo much
affected by these limitations it has
beon held necessary in Ireland and
othor countries to make legal regulations to secure to the working class
its fair share in the products of its
toil. As regards the duties of
Christianity to this question it is
only necessary to apply the Golden
Rule to every transaction and every
relation to dispel all fratricidal
strife. This is not only what
Christianity aims at, but what, happily, it is actually doing more  and
Wholesale OHy Market.
Beef,    per 100 lbs.. , 5
Pork "'   8
Mutton "  8
Potatoes " ...,	
Cabbage " 	
Onions "  ,..,  1
Wheat "   1
Oats   - "   l
Peas
ttt
Wool, per lb.
000
1 60
  2 00
ier ton 12 00 @ 15 00
  "280 OIK
14 & 0 15
35@ 40
009 4 00
80@ 126
00@ 600
00@ BOO
S3    10
Butter (rolls j per lb  0
Cheese, " ...;;  o
Eggs,      perdos ,  o
Cordwood (retail) per cord  8
Apples, per box	
Hldes(|*r'n)per 100 lbs  4
Meteorological Report for Week En-Hag
Nov. 3rd, 1888.
MAX. MIN. RAIN.
Sunday. 50.0 43.0 0.06
Monday „ 52.0 42.0 0.75
Tuesday , 47.0 30.0
Wednesday 45.0 40.0 0.22
Thursday 61.0 41.0 1.17
Friday 49.0 40J) 0.03
Saturday 48.0 30.0 0.10
Cloudy and mild.
A. Peele, Capt'n.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
APTI8T   CHURCH,  Agnes Htreet,
East of  Mary Street,    Lord's Day
......-vlce-iat] 1a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Hchool andHtble Class at 2:80 p. ra. All
aoats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
T\| BTIIODI8T CHURCH, OddfCllOWS-
1V1 New Hall. nev. J. H. While, Pastor.
Hen-ices at 11 a, ra. and 7 p. m. Hnndtiy
School and Bible Olass 2:80 p. in. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.R0p.m, Seats
free; strangers cordially Invited.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall. Ilev. Thoimu-
lladdon, Pastor, Services every Sundny
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. ra, Thursday evcnlnic-s
nt 7:30 o'clock. Seats free; nil are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. m.
-tXT   C. T. U.-REGULAn MEETING
VV .  overy Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'clock at tho W.C.T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St.   Loyal Lrirlon lu the came
Btace every Friday afternoon.  Mrs. 3ah.
unninoiiam, President; Miss DbBeck,
Secretary. dau21to
UNION LODGE Mo. 9, A, F.
A* M.—The regular Communications of tbls Lodge are
,    ,    . held on tbe first Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23*tc Secretary.
A Vill
mn
hen
THLI AH PEACOCK.
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
Forrester Street,
dtoolm Opp. Methodist Ohurch.
Northern Tirminui.
jessrs. w. j. walker a oomp'y
have lots for sale ln the city from
ipwards,
Alao, Immediately adjoining the city
limits from fSS upwards; and a few remaining lots at Sapperton at $100 on vory
eaay terms.
Alao, Farming Land in Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the llneof railway; and Acre
Lota at Brownsville lu flrst-class situations
at profitable rates.
Intending Investors aro Invited to call
Immediately, beforo prices are advanced.
The advertisers offer their services as
agents for the PURCHASERS of property,
and as such will give the fullest Information and advice lo their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any pro*
poaerf Investment ln land, whether In
their own hands for sale, Or otherwise.
Bank Bulldlngi, Mary St., City. dw7ato
"   "" f      Ui
Your Children
Afe constantly exposed to danger from
-Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to the throat and
lunga, For such ailments, i.er'i
Cherry Pectoral, promptly admioif*-
tercd, affords speedy relief and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children were
afflicted, we used, during the past winter, with much satisfaction, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, wo
consider this preparation the moat effi>
cacious of all the medicines which have
como to our knowledge.—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Homo lor Little
Wanderers, Doncastor, Md.
My children liavo heen peculiarly- subject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
find any effective remedy until I commenced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cures tltu complaint.—David G. Stacks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., K. Y.
I have used Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
In my family for many years, and
havo found it especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. This medicine allays
nit irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to the lungs, and quickly aub-
ilnt's any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J. 11. Wellington, Ploinvfflc, Mioh.
I Hnd no medicine so effective, for
Croup nnd Whooping Cough, as Ayer's
Ulinrry Pectoral. It saved tho life of my
littlo boy, only six months old, carrying
dim sud-ly through tho worst case of
Whooping Couch I ever saw.—Jane
.Miitutii>, Pinoy Flats, Tenn. ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
front-trod by Dr. J. O. Avert Co., Lowell. Hats.
Bol J by ull Draggtita. Price (ll; six touiw.fl*
'1TOTIOH
In the Estate of JOSIAH BATH.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Joslah Bath, of Ladner's Landing,
has this day made an assignment tome
for the benefit of hia creditors.
AU persons having claims againat the
said Joslah Bath are requested tosund the
samo to me on or before the 7th day of
November, 1888, and all poraons indebted
to lilm are required to pay the amount of
their Indebtedness to me on or beforo that
date.
W. H. FALDING.
New Weat., Oct. 10,1888. doolEOtd
LAIDLAW & C0.'S
C-A-N-N-E-D
PLUMS
A PERFECT TREAT.
TO BE  HAD AT
C.   JHcDonongh's.
Welch, Rithet & Co.,
dno2m2 Agents, Victoria.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
a WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES..
LTJNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Columbia street.       New Weslmlaiter.
noldwly
C. E. WOODS A, C. GAMBLE,
Um Survivor. Hotaiv Piiiuo,
M-Tiiridyis
LAND SURVEYORS,
AND CONVEYANCERS.
Jk.a-_Si__TTB POI.
FIMB.-The Western of Toronto/The ^Etna, The City of London, and The Hart*
ford.
LIFE.—Tho New York Life Insurance Co,
ACCIDENT—The Travellers'of Hartford
Land Surveying ln all Its branches ae*
curately and promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Lands for ■ale.
We can show a complete 1 lut of desirable
localities,
Farming Landi, Improved and unimproved, throughout the district,
Mining and other Stock bought and
aold.
Trlkpiione Call No. 83,
P, O. Drawer W.
W0DD8» TURNER 4 GAMBLE,
Offioi, Elurd'i Block,   -   Columbia stieet
new westminster.
ci mil 141c
Q--R-E3-A.T
ClearingOut
SALE
— OF	
STOVES
 AHll	
RANGES
TN ORDER TO MAKE DIFFERENT
A. arrangements in this Department of
my Business, I have concluded to sell
out my present atock at and under
COST PRICE.
An opportunity Is now given to persons ill want of FIRST-CLASS STOVES
to get them at LESS THAN TORONTO
RETAII, PRICES.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
New West,, Oot. 10,1888.     doolOyl
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jnss
FRESH SMJFORHIA AND LOOM
Frits Septals
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeaitc
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-class nnd furnished In
good shape.
Km. Send 15 cts. for valuable 80-pnge Dc-
acriptlvo Catalogue with 6 beautiful colored plates,  Prico Lists sent free,
O, W. HENRY,
dwdetttc Port Hammond, 11. C.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
£1 the "Temperance House," fronting
ou Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
tbe Episcopal Church, and now known
as tho
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate Ih. traveling publle
at the following ratost
Board per day Hw......m...,.m.fl CD
"     "  w..k  6 00
Single Meals...    »
Beds „    26
•st-Oood accommodation for Ladle, and
families. myvte
Flowers for sale
****
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Metalle Bur-*
lal Caskets, Funerals conducted!
A full I ine of Coffin Trtmm lngs always on
hand. Parties nt a dlstnnco supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ln every particular,
dwoeitc Columiia St. Mew West.
Contract Retail
FAILING   TO   SECURE DISPOSAL
OF MY MATTRESSES
Mouth «e Fraser
thow offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to the Citizens of
NEW    WESTMINSTER
And Surrounding Districts,
N. B.—A firat-class Upholsterer employed.
dauBto    P> PEEBLES.
To Tenants!
WHYDOYOUPAYRENTf
WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO
Own Your House
WE nAVE FOR SALE
ONE CHOICE HOUSE
Centrally Located, at Low Price and
Easy Terma.
Excellent BUILDING LOTS
In Rett Locality, on Eos; Terms.
TO BE OFFERED FOIt ONLY A FEW
DAYS.  CALL EARLY AND GET
GOOD SELECTION.
doolltc
RAND BROS.
<5C oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Hems,
Make Loans on
And transact all BuBinell relating to
Real Estate,
—AGENTS FOR—
London Assurance Corporation,
Connecticut lira Inmrance Co. or
Hartford.
London ud Lucunira Lift Am*.
nnce Co.
Canton Inmrance once, Ld. (Mirlne)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New Went'-.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWMlljl
Our Stock of Machinery is the most complete in British Columbia.
MILL, MINING, CANNING
AND AGRICULTURAL.
It will pay vou to call and inspect the goods
and get prices.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO., Front St., Westminster
dwnottc
NOTICE.
Canada Life Assurance Go,
DARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
A Com pany, whose Premiums are parable at Eastern points, oan have the place
of payment thereof changed to thla city,
free of charge, by applying to the undersigned.
Mr males taken la this leading Canadian Can-pan;*- al moat favorable rates.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dje28tc Agent.
Dominion Lands.
J*' YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rosing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any lnnd from the Dominion Govern*
ment,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In fi
large discount.
Serin can bo obtained In largo or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK FKOM
THU BASK Or BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
 dwmhflto    	
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
lisulng Tackle.
ALL KINDS OP SEORTIKG    OODPJ.
tUt, BEAVER WD ALL OTHER TRAPS.
SpeiHaoles and Seviag U»hine NeedleB
A SPECIALTY.
A fine line of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goods,
Fancy Goods,' Ao,
ay* The lainest assortment of Single
and Double, Breech and Muzzle-loading
SHOT-GUNS In tho province, from $5 up
to 8100. W. Vf. Greener Guns.
8. H. WEBB,
Auction eeb A Appraiser .
New Westminster, B. C,       dwselOmS
North British and
Mercantile
PIEB
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
•33,000,000
1,500,000
019,000
Autborlied Capital,   •
Subscribed    «
Fald np.
Fire fund A Reserve", u
at Slit Dec, 1887,
Revenue Fire Brancb,
1,188,111
1,110,814
*£-**>*Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 0. JAQUES.
Agent for Sev Wettmlntter Oity and
Diitrict. IdJeWto
REWARD.
1WILL PAY THE SUM OF TWENTY-
five Hollers for sucli information as
will lead to tbo conviction of lb. scoundrels wbo Injured my premtsM on Agnes
Sliest last night
(dnolwl)       JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
IN THE ESTATE OF
Donald McGregor
(DECEASED INTKSTATE.)
3-1ENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
. the undersignedt|U noon orV-IWSs-
AYthe 8»nd day #r NortMbar,pros*,
for the •''
8. W. Quarter of Section 6, Towkih* 16,
Consisting of 100 acres, about 8 of which
arc cleared and fenced. Thore ore about
110 Krult Trees, most of them bearing, and
there is a road to rtvor  and railway.
There Is a man on the promises who will
show Intending tenderers over the property.
No tender necessarily accepted.
W II, FALDING,
dwoe'2-ltd Administrator.
NOTICE.
11IIK UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
. duly appointed Receiver of tho Estate and Effects ot the N lcola Milting Co.,
with power to soil the same, will receive
tenders for the purchase of thesaid Estate
and Effect'), consisting of Hotel, Saw Mill,
Grist Mill, Horses, Harness, Trucks, Implements, and Wl acres of Land, more or
less, situate nt Nicola Valley,
Tenders will be received either for the
whole Estate or In three separate lots, viz:
Loti,—Grist, Mill and IH ncres of Land
(more or less).
Lot 2.—Saw Mill and 610 aores of Land
(more or lessj, Horses, Harness, Ao.
Lot 0.—Hotel and ISO acres of Land, more
or less.
Plans of the Lots can bo Been ond further Information obtained from W. E.
WOODWARD, Nicola, or J. C. PREVOST,
Victoria.
Time for tendering will expheat 12 noon
on the 80th day of November, Tkhmb
Cash,
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Receiver.
October 20,1888. dnoltd
,.' [J^mlppps Sentinel copy].
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nearly Oppoalte Ike Colonial Hotel,
Nx5W WESTMINSTER
TEE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
auortment ot all detorlptioni ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly oo hand, and supplied to Fara.
Ule., Restaurant., ud Steamboat, at tb!
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
^TO-TIOB
HENRY V.EDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AKn—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA 8TREET,
NSW WE8THINSTEB,  •  B. 0.
Opp, PoBto-ffloe and next door to the
Bank of British Columbia.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN ALL PA HTH OF TUB
Oity and Dlstrlot of New
Westminster,
-AND—
CITY •■■ VANCOUVER
AOENT FOR
Tke Canada lite Inmrance Co,,
Ike Rational Fire Aimrmce Co..
Ike Norwlck Union Tire Inmrance
Society.
_»a**Iaa» ineted •■ Real Kalale nt
■e.,.nable Rale,.
UTAWMHBO.A.D., 1164.
mm
SALE
—FOR—
Sixty Days!
PAEM
DEMOCRAT ft EXPRESS
WA80NS,
Blips, PUi, Etc,
coMPnisnra
BDQOT OEAR, ■HAFTS,
PATKIIT WIIBLI, POLE!,
bvbi. spokki, nm*.
SI.KIftH RUNKEUS.
HARD WUOP IiDMSfU,
FELLOE!, BTC.,»TO.
All tho above will be »ld it oost tor
oiah tor 60 dayt, at we want to malls
room for now machinery.
Thli stook haa been Imported direct
from the manufacturers, and ia ot tho
very bett quality.
REID tt OURRX-fl.
dwnoUM
GREAT SLAUGHTER
■ 'XN——
ST0VES1_ST0VES!
I.S.SGOU1LLAR&CO.
DAVE MADE SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN THIS
**"" line to meet the different arrangements now in order,
and now offer the largest stock of HEATING and COOKING
STOVES and RANGES ever imported into the Province,
AT PRIOES THAT WILL ASTONISH THOSE
im mm to buy.
We sell three carloads of Stoves to one sold by any firm in
B.C., which speaks for itself. Intending buyers will consult
their interests by giving us a call. No trouble to show our
goods or quote prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Water St., VANCOUVER. Colnmbla St., WESTMINSTER.
Columbia St..
dwnolyl
H. T. READ St OO.
(Masonic Block, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
TS NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARD.
WARE in the province.
SPEOIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
We have on hand a large stock of Magnetic Oxide Fire-proof Paint*
warranted 92 per et. pure oxide. So high a grade sold by no other houae in the city.
•WDnrlni* the year that we have opened wo havo materially reduced the prices of
every thlnir in our lino, and hope hy strict attention to business to receive a contin-
uance of the publio patronage.  noldwly
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IRON-WOHKING
Machinery to their Buaineaa, aro now prepared to do all kinda of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BLACKSMITH ING, at pricei considerably lower
than before.   It la our intention to have in the course of a lew weeka a
BRASS A IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. Wo liavo the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind In B. C, and employ none bnt tho VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, wo can guarantee sstii-
faotion In workmanship aa well as prices. We have obtained tho services of a
First-class Horse-Shocr, and that part of our Butiness will have special'
attention.
REPAIRS pf all kinds of Machinery, cither Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in thia line, will have
our best attention.
Carriage PaintiUK and Trimming done at reasonable rates.
A large itock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality,
for sale.
We also keen In stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE k OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES;
WOOD-WORK, BARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Viotoria prices.
_T Ettimatc. and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork.     Call and inspect
oar Stock aud get our Fries., and you will save money by it
dwjiyHtc REID & OURRIE.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
front St., New Westminster, B. O.
t-r _______r.
_____*-a_e__aTTr___i-%B os-
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICULTURAL & All RINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DI8PATCH.
P. 8.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolmO
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AND IIM1HS Of
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDIES
¥HIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Bl   <.
Columbia 8treet,      New Westminster, B. C.
8END IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRIOES LOW.
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'B BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
XXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Con.Untly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry (foods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats tk Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
mmxrm   **■   -**a-*r«**  mxt,%—m.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, UME and  GENERAL STORES,
K, ■.-Farm Produce bought at market rates or Mid on eomnlsslon.  MLOrdlt.
Irom tbe Interior promptly nuended to.  dwjaglc
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBAOH,
MHCCKrJSOHS TO W. 8. TOWNBRND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
i, Bausace, Botognas, Etc
dnolfl LOVE: IN-LODGINGS.
When I hired lodgings at Mine. Hampton's I had no Idea that she owned BO
, precious a thing as a daughter.
J   Not that It wonld bave mado any dlf-
* fevctice if I hnd known It. I had become
iixii (Terent to women; they interested me
only as a trivial in study, I neither
sought nor avoided them; those whom
'fate threw into my way I placed nnder
■ my mental microscope, not caring much
f tor what it revealed.
My indifference, however, did not arise
' from any lost illusions. I bad never been
'in lov-*, and it never occurred to me that
ctbo thing waa possible. I bad been on
' friendly terms with blonde and brunette,
with the prude and coquette, the clever
Jnnd the designing; but I had forgotten
their existence half an hour later.
Mme, Hampton herself bad never left
ber room; she was doubtless dying, but
she bad been so long about it, and made
'so littlo circumstance about it, that no
, one gave It a thought, it would seem. She
■ saw her lodgers, and arranged terms, and
' sent In tlio bills; and yet the house and
all its appoIiiLraeuts seemed to share tbo
(order of tlio planetary system.
Tho motive, power was madnme'sdangh-
Jter. I involuntarily pictured ber, since
we always picture those who appeal individually to us in any way, as a coarse featured woinan.with "silver threads among
* tho gold," a face more or less wrinkled, a
IJsharp voice, big, rough bands, and a gen-
Jius for snubbing tha servants and bag-
J filing with butcher and baker.
* On entering- the madame's room one
1 day in order to settle my account, accord-
i ing to the custom of the house, 1 beheld a
blender being bnfore the open fire, with
ono tiny hand on tbe mantel. A lavender
gown turned tbo knot of yellow hair at
tho back of ber head, from which soma
'curia escaped, into pure gold.
There was an air of luxury and leisure
about ber which waa simply delicious in
view of the facts.
My daughter," said madnma presently.   "Estelle, thia is Mr. Van Huy-
' Bam; you have heard me speak of him."
1   Estelle turned a beautiful, haughty face
"-in my direction, bowed slightly, smiled
vaguely.
"Indeed, I might say I have heard you
f'Fpcnk of no one else."  Plainly the old
Jlady had been singing my praises, and
the   young ono   did   not   fancy the
tune.
.. I do not know what chord thrilled in
•*my heart at these words, in that soft
fininor voice,
terse
ISmt of the room. A man wbo has received
in fatal bullet in the breast does notrccog-
I'nlze the sensation, for tbe reason that ho
I Tin'-never experienced it before; he does
[•not know its import.
We met often after this, always by accident, itwould seem, on the staircase, In
JUlie hall, and finally ono niglit Imadeso
IMioId as to knock at the door of her music
^'room.     Sho welcomed   me  with her
!_l I haughty cordiality, it haughtiness can bo
cordial.
There were three or four young men al*
. ready in possession, but she placed her
If seat near my own, and while she anon
1 threw out javelins ot wit for the general
Jfbtmflt, 1 received tho lion's share of at-
Intention. This was flattering to myamour
,■ (iropro. But still, whenever I repeated
.'my call, Iliad to wrestle with a handful
J of younger men for the supremacy,
I, I must confess that beforo I reached
f this polut I had been obliged to wrestle
ffwlth myself to overcome a prejudice. A
, Van Huysam in lovo with his landlady'.?
;' Slighter was an anomaly.
What would my family and friends say
■ a>.o such aa affair?     With vrUateycs
|>ouId tbey regard itt
What would Miss Douglass think, for
a-honi I had been destined, but who hnd
[\>een n hobbledehoy girl of thirteen when
li had Inst seen hor? Of course she would
"tare nothing for me; it would be a wound
9 ber vnnity at the most; I had never intended to marry Iter; I bad never contented, in faet; that bony, shy school
fairl, with the big eyea and lank figure,
Ijaad never appealed to me; I had never
I **een able to forgive her for stammering
I "tnd blushing.   Besides, there had been
■ ".nme rumor that the coffers of the family
I?: ml suffered during their sojourn abroad,
I; ml that I had lost sight of them through
/".heir own negligence.
I' But a landlady's daughter! Tbe Idea
"would wither all my acquaintances. However, lovo not only luugba at locksmiths,
/mt at one's relations.  When I sunned
myself in Estelle'** presence I cured no
nore for the world's opinion, or for that
bt any Van Huysam but myself, than for
|ifhe inhabitants of Flatland; but ouco
I away from that subtle magnetism, then
\ Jiy poles changed,
. I saw it thousand reasons for giving her
I up-if one oan be aaid to'glvo up whatono
I iocs not possess. Suoh a thing as a Van
RHuysatn marrying out of his sphere never
bad been known in tha family annals.
But how did I know that Estelle would
mc, nnd I went away with "a seiiso nt do-'
feat. But how could I tell her thnt although I mif-nt draw tho Hob at tho shop
girl, marrying a landlady's daughter wna
quite auotlic'!.' affair?
Every day, to be sure, I mado up my
mind that I would seek Estelle no more;
that tho difiic-ulties In the case were too
great to be surmounted; bnt everyday,
all the same, found me beside her, without self-denial enough to resign tho infinite charm of her presence, and yet too
weak of will to accept all tho consequences of such an alliance.
You will say that if I conld thus judge
and weigh circumstances I was not in
love I am certain that in timo I should
have overcome all obstacles, that tho nobility within me wonld have got the better ol any meaner qualities, but every
man's nature or temperament is in a manner his own fate. Had I not been quite
certain at this time that I pleased Estelle,
in spite of her gentle hauteur, perhaps I
ahould havo been ablo to overcome my
social scruples sooner.
A few weeks later I was called away on
business and it waa a month or more before 1 found it convenient to return. During that timo I had written to Estcllo
more than once, without, however, receiving any reply. Yet I was sure that
ahe was mine, that I had only to spi-ak;
and I meant to speak at last—to speak no
eloquently that she would not remember
tlio silence had been long.
I went first to pay my respects to Mme.
Hampton.
"1 have been making my will," sho
said, after a little.
"Your will, madame?"
"Yes. I have other heirs besides Estelle, who may dispute It, Tbey will contend that I nm—what you may call a
'crank.' But I had a method in my madness,  I beg you to be my executor."
"I am at yonr service, madame,"
"Thank you. I leave the bulk.of my
property to Estelle."
"The bulk!" I repeated. "You havo
found your business remunerative?"
She chuckled audibly, "I have found
it entertaining, enlightening," she answered. "It bas paid me? Yes. 1 have
discovered who are my friends. I must
tell you that Estelle is not my daughter,"
"Not your daughter?"
"Are you disappointed? When her
father died abroad, insolvent, 1 was at
hand. We wero both drinking the waters
at somo German spa. Long ago I hud
been going to marry Mr. Douglass, ber
father."
\tv   n-im-rtnpBl"
,, . „ , , -i "Yes. Does the name offend you? When
. voice, capablo of all melody ol\9 died x pvomiseA to take Estelle if I
expression, nor how I got myself m, ht   ive ller        nflme Rnd mom
' tha *nnm     A  liinn wit a hn a anArmlwArl •_..." a      ... -     . .  . .    ..   _ ..
rjruarry me* To be rare, ill had been
I Wuite certain of that perhaps I should
lave hesitated and proceeded further.
I Tho far-off, unattainable nnd dim is dear
Izothesoul of man-at least till It Is lilt
I to take or leave.
.'. One day, when wo wero reading a new
J jpoeui together, a card was brought In.
I' "Tell Mr. Chester that I am engaged
f and cannot see him to-night," I overheard
I but say to tbe servant.   "Mr. Chester
I Noes not appreciate onr author," the
[{apologised to me, "and I am not self-
lAacrillcIng enough to accept him In ex-
I bhangs lor Browning."
'    It occurred to mc at that timo that
'.hen were other young men belonging to
Istocratlc families who had uo fear of a
Ulancewlththelandlady's daughter,
although to be mre they might be simply
using themselves, as gilded youth aro
.Tout to do.
Estelle would never go ont with me;
jihe had no chaperon, ahe said. I wondered what my sister-in-law would an*
■wer ihould I write her to chaperon my
landlady', daughter to Lohengrin, .he
Who chaperoned only the vety elect, «o to
apeak,
One evening the conversation drifted
Into tha subject of marriage. Mr. Chester and lomeothtn were preient and led
the theme.
"I would marry the woman I loved,"
Mid Mr. Chester, "It ihe were a beggar,
and my father dlilnherlUd me on the
lapot."
"Beggary slgnlfUs nothing," returned
another. "One would not ask has ihe a
dot, but has ihe blue blood."
"An ancestral tree, ln ihort, with moro
roots than branches," epoke a third. "As
for myself, I contest I ihould' prefer my
wife to belong to the impecunious old
families rather than tothe noveau riche.
Poor Bithop, how his world came down
npon him when he fell ln love with a
shopgirl, with neither blood nor bullion,
hia mother, asptolallyl But Bishop stood
to hll gnnif It must havo taken a lot ot
pluck to weather all he did from friend
and toe."
"You sail thit pluck*" said Chetter.
"I call It obstinacy ln hie case, It was
auch an eaty thing for Dlshop to fall ln
love that he might have pleased lilt mother and glvm up thi girl."
"And what do you think, Mr, Van Buy.
aam I" aiked Estelle.
"II IthtnkBlihopwai'afool; that Is
—I mean—there may be exceptional ihop.
girl, who have all the refinement nnd cultivation, all the traditions ot -good breeding ln the world; but Bishop's oholco was
not one of these, She was simply beautiful, and he waa a fool to allow himself, nt
his age, to be hoodwinked, eo to ipeak,by
mere flesh and blood."
"I quite agree wltu you," she said.
I could have bltteu my tongue out when
I called Dlshop a fool-In fact, the whole
aonviriy'lon had -filmed majapropoi to
There was literally nothing left from the
estate for her to live upon,"
"However, when I returned from Europe I returned, n pauper, so to speak.
Do yon folloivmo* I allowed myself a
littlo masqueniilc; 1 deceived even E-telle,
but I have never deprived her (if it; lux uryj
even the lace on her handkerchief, ia real.
"She of ten marvels that tho bii**'Pii'ss Is
so good. I have ln.lil the purse, unit hho
has been glad to work with nte. But my
friends were too indignant nt my misfortunes to lend me aid. What business Imd
I to lose tho money which they might
have inherited?  And adopt a daughter?
"They wauted mo to place Estelle tn a
shop—Estelle! How I laughed in my
sleeve! I nm now about to retire from
business; tho doctor has advised mo to
make my will. You will ■ find Estelle lu
tho music room."
I entered the music room without
knocking, according to my habit. Estelle
sat with her mandolin on her lap, but
every chord had been mapped in the last
stormy touch.
"You have returned," sho said, trailing
as n ghost may smile.
"Yes. I have come to tell you—what
you already know—I love you. E< telle, I
have loved you since I first met yon; yes,
nnd before. I loved you beforo I knew
that you existed. It muat be so, becauao
I have never loved till now, You do net
doubtiti"
"No, I do not donbt It; I know that you
love me, Mr. Tan Huysam; and I know
that your love mutt be great, tlnce it has
overcome every conventional scruple ln
your heart."
"My darling Estelle, I was sure you
loved me; It Is that which has given me
courage."
I would have taken her in my arms and
kissed that perfect cheek where the rose
was Just beginning to blossom, but sho
escaped me.
"You knew that I loved yon," she repeated. "Mr. Van Huysam, Idon'tmiud
confessing that there was indeed a time
when I loved you better than life. At
least, I believe so. At that moment I
thought you loved me."
"I did, I do love you, Ettellc," I protested.
"Yes. Then I would have loved you
forever. Thm I could havo died, fur you,
lived for you. One day I invoke. I saw
that you could not love me or liflihjiiu on
earth could keep yon silent. ,You iliil not
tee how I suffered. Then ray boa t b.-uP- e.
Do you know what iti. to have a bro:. en
heart? Iti. to have lost the )i.i*.v i-tu l..vo
anyone again. I have read somewhere
that a man never loves the same woman
twice."
"But yon—I love yon, Ultra, Ettclle,
time will-"
But she smiled sadly. "I thank you; I
forgive you," she said, "I would love you
if I could."
And then tha servant announced Mr,
Chester.
8ELF CONTROL,
It. Eiprmlon In the U>< of tat Heads,
There are few people who poawithat
absolute repose which marks tha "Vera
deVere."
A penon may be outwardly (aim and
■clf-pouessed nnder all conditions and yet
Snd a peculiar sustaining Quality and
moral support In some small article held
In the baud, In thli case a woman has
tbe advantage over the turner itx, al
thore are countless tmelltog bottles, hon
bonnlcrci and the all powerful fan especially designed for the use of nervous
feminine handi.
A man plays with his knife, login hit
watch chain or flutters hit handkerchief,
and there are few who quite know what
to do with their handi when they are entirely uuocenpied.
' awyers are keen obterven of human
Idn ayncraclei and oneof them in relating
a story of a client gave as a pointof Interest tho fact of the absolute repote and
qttk'tot tho client's bands. Th.ou.wa.
Important and the one meat Interested
was a woman. f
In talking the matter over with her the
lawyer observed with surprise that the
kept her bands empty and abeolutely
quiet. They were net even foldtd together, but lay ln repose on her lap
throughout the whole conversation.
Thoclrcumstancowns an unusual one,
as thero aro tew who possettiufllclcntielf
control not to feel an Increased sense of
confidence and self assurance whon the
hands are supplied with some small article, which seems to render them leu obtrusive and takes awny any filling of
responsibility their owner miysavi regarding thorn. . ._
i ii .
A Drawback to BU Sobriety.
"Why, what Is thi matter?" uked a
lady of af tlend whon eyei wire nd from
recent teart.
"On, I'm—boo-hoo—In rach trouble."
"What  has happened?    Something
dreadful, 1 am sun."
"Yes.  It was toiuethlng d-dnadfnl."
"What It It? Hai your huiband been
drinking harder than utual?"
"No, that'a Just It, He bas slgud th.
pledge, and he il to dlugmitit. when he
Is sober."     ■ -
Scrofula
Is ono of the most fatal scourgut* which
aililct mankind. It is often inherited,
but may be the result of improper vaccination, mercurial poison, unoleanliness,
and various other causes. Chronic Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in some cases, Emaciation and Consumption, result from a scrofulous condition of the blood. This disease can bo
cured by the uso of Ayor's Sarsaparilla.
I inherited a scrofulous condition of the
blood, which caused a derangement of my
wholo system. After taking less than
(onr bottles of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla I am
Entirely Cured
and, for tho past year, havo not found it
necessary to use any modicino whatever,
lam now in hotter health, and stronger,
than oyer hoforc—O. A. Willard, 216
Trcmont at., Boston, Mass.
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sorei
for five years; but, after using a fow
bottles of Ayor's Sarsaparilla, the sorei
healed, and I havo now good health,—
Elizabeth Warnock, Ci Apploton street-,
Lowell. Muss,
Somo montliH ago I wns troubled wltl
Scrofulous Soros ou my leg, Tho Hint
was badly swollou and lnlluined, and tht
lores discharged largo quantities of offon-
live matter. Every romedy failed tinti!
[ usod Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. By tnkiii-
three bottles of this medlclno the sorof
liavo been honied, nnd my health Is ro
itorod, I am grateful for tbo good It hai
done me.—Mrs. Ann O'Hrian, 15H Sulll
van st., Now York. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Pronawtl by Dr. J. 0. Ayor fcCo., Lowell, Mm
Sold by oil DrugBliU.  rrioo »1; ilx boulci, 9.
$200 REWARD!
WHEREAS CERTAIN PARTIES have
been secretly using Dynamite or
other explosives ln divert! 111* tho water
from Vedder Creek and making a channel leading Into the Luck*a-ku«k River
from Vedder Creek, thereby causinirnn
Increase of water In the Luok-a-kuck
River*
We, the undorslpned, offer Two Hundred Dollars Reward for sueh evidence as
will lead to tbe conviction of said portioB.
Horatio Wann, A. C. Wells, A. ft.
VEDDBR, WM. BltANCHFLOWEK, HOHT.
Stevenson, M. Swretman, Mrs. J.
Evans, S. Ddukill, C. T. Higqinson.
November 1,18S8. dwnolml
SIGHTv.JBLJNDIMESS
USE   ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEHRATKD
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLAS8ES
S. -_-_-_-T. _c CO.,
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HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
-|R. JORDAN'S HI8T00ENETIC SYS*
J tern of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Jllmlness, Deafness, Rheum nt Ism, Asthma, NeuralKla, Brom-hltfs, On tat rh, Erysipelas* BrighCs Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, und till chronic com ul 11 hits, Fe*
vers.Smnll Pox, PI leu, Dyspepsia, Measles,
Dlplhcrla, Cancer, Consninpllmi, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Rone, Whonpiut; Couch,
Cholera Infantum,Croup, Pro la usus Uteri,
and all female complaint'*. 'Iho system
Is simple. Iho medicine rebuilds the dls*
eased colls und tissues of tho body with
tho samo proximate principles, nnd for-
ments.Orgunlo Bodies und so on which nro
normally prepared In tho body by tlio
glands. For salo by
dSauto M. DESBRISAY.
MUSIC.
TIT111*5- J- A* GORDON, CORNER ROY-
1T1 al Aveuuo aud Ht. Andrew's St. (late
of London, England), desires Pupils for
Singing nnd Pianoforte Lessons given at
pu plls' resideneo If preferred. Terms very
moderate. docSlw2
N
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after dato we Intend making application to the Chief Commissioner of lands und Works for permission to
purchase tho following described lands,
situate In Coast District, British Colum-
b!a,on Valdes Island:
1. Commencing nt tho S. W. corner of
Lot 34, Runge 1; thenco north 22 chains,
west 53 chains, to east boundary of Lot 17:
south 80 chains, to north boundary of Lot
10; east80 chulns, to shore line of Hoskyn
Inlet; thence northerly, following shore
line to pointof commencemont-conlui't-
IngfiaS aores,
2. Commencing nt tho N. E, corner of
Tract No. 1. as above; thence north along
weBt boundary of Lot 04, 41 chains, to the
N. W. corner of Lot 34; thenco oust 5
chalni, to tbo shore lino of Village Bay
Lake; thence northerly along west shore
line of Vlllnge Bay Lake, about 40 chains,
to a point where onr Louse L crosses said
lake; thenre west 60 ohalns and 87 links,
south 80 chnlns, enst 53 chains, to point of
commencement-coitnlnlng 470 acres.
3. Commencing at tho N, W. corner of
Truct No. 1, as above; thence north 80
ohalns, wost 40 chain.", south SO clinins,
oast 40 chains—containing 320 ncres.
ROYAI. CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
{Limited}.
By their Agent, Ciiaiilrh !•'. Woods.
Now West., B. C., Oct. 31,1858,       dnolm2
M.A. McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST EEOEIVED A POLL LINE
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Overcoatlng.Trouscrlng anil
Fancy Vesting.
tr Wo keep n lame nnd soleol slock of
everything tlmt Is found In any Ural-clans
Tailoring Establishment.
Oppositi Colonial Hotel
Coumm St.,   •  Naw Wksthisstkh.
dwmhinto
KOTIQE
OTICE IS HRREBY GIVEN THAT
Sixty dnys nflor (into 1 Intend muk-
iub application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase twelve
1)2} acres, more or less, of pastoral land,
descrlhed ns follows: Bolngu small Islnnd
o0 Nhcltt-r Point, on RoutheasL sido ot the
entrance to Gillies Bay, Texada Islnnd,
New Westminster District,
ARCHIBALD DICK.
October 20th, 1868. doc24m2
NOTICE-..
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi wo havo applied to the Honorable
the Minister of the Interior for a license
to cut und carry away timber from tho
fnilowlog described lands', situntod In
New Westminster District, It. 0., on the
southerly side of H.irrlson lake, nnd nbont
twenty miles from Harrison liotsprlngs:
Commencing at a post planted on Halfway Point, marked H ft. Mill; thonco
north, 7<Mleg, west, 80 chains; then aesutftb
■llichithiN ton post; thcii'-ewi-sl lODi-lmlns
to a posi. marked N. W. post, H.ft, Mill:
theneo 20 chains south-west io a post
marked a; W.pom, it. ft. Mill; thunuu 250
chains east to a post marked ft. I*. post,
II s. Mill; thence along the hike shore to
place of commencement-containing 000
tv res, more or less,
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
JOS. Maiu'IN A Son.
Dated Octobers, 1H8H. doolOml
NOTICE.
Harrison HotSprings, 5. G.
HRALTH AND PLRA8VRK KKSORT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
ftwimmlMK. Vaper and Prlvnln Unlit*,
Willi experienced Attendants.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT   SEPARATE.
Terms* •1.00 ta •3.00 per At\y%
Only 5 miles from Agassi*- Hint Ion, C. P.
R. Reduced R, It. and Rtrumbnut rates.
Excursion rates good for RO days from
Westmhpster to Agasslr, station aud return, |5, Saturday excursion rale, good
until following Monday,92.50. Comfort-
ablo Stages meet nil tralni. Tickets can
be obtained at R. It, ofUoe.      dap3tU3aw
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN T'lAT
thirty days niter date wo Intend to
apply to thn Chief Com mlsslonorof Lands
mil Works fur permission to lense for
timtier purposes tlie fo lowing described,
lands, situated in Now Westminster District, B. C, on the southerly sldo of Harrison lake, ami about twcuiy miles from
Harrison hot springs:
Commencing nt a post plnntcd nt the
south-west comer of Plot No. One [11 of
Martin A Son's application for tho Harrison Saw Mills, dated September 2'ih,
1888. post marked IL H. Mill; thence ltf
chains north, 70 deg. west, in 11 post marked IS. W. post, 11, S. Mill; thence 20chains
north-east to a post marked N. W. post,
H. ft. Mill; tbence east 165 chnlns to a post
marked N. E. post, II. ft. Mill; thenoe 40
chains south to place of commencement
—containing nbont 300 ncres.
HARRISON SAW MILLS.
Jos, MAllTIN A SON.
Dated October 8, ISSS. doclOml
NOTICE.
tllENDERS ARE INVITED FOR THE
A. North-west miurtcr-Hectlou of Section
II, Township 5, The highest or uny tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders will
be received up to noon, November 21st,
1888. To be sent to
J. ELLWOOD.
Administrator for Estate of James Murna
(Deceased).
New Westminster.
Or to W. NORMAN BOLE, ft.O.
doc22td
l%M
■^C"VERKMEhVS?
*•*'   VIHSHIA B ".
The Largest and Finest Selection of
PIANOS & ORGANS
In Itillisti Colombia, from the Best
Makers In (he World.
STECK
Mason & Hamlin.
lUls.tlO.. Now York.
Rill IIIKKT A CO., Now York.
NOIta and ItostVKK, Berlin.
UUMINION,KO,*4iai'II'fc other Pianos,
na, I'Innos  from  92G0 upwards; Organs
fl0.™. -fi? J-lfiWBM-    °J»  lHBtrumr —
^'OTICE.
NOTICE ift HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00 days after dutn we Intend muklng
uppltcn Ion lo the Ohlof Commissioner of
Lands & Works for permission to purchase the following described lands In
Coast District, Province ot British Columbia:
No. 1.—Commencing nt the N. E. corner
of Lot 31, Range 1 (Vatdc-. Island); thenoe
east ten (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn inlet, thence northwesterly along
shore line or Hoskyn Inlet nnd Village
bay to the ft, E. corner of Lot 34, thence
along Its eastern bouiidnry to point of
commencement — contain,lig   about   80
head of Vlllaue lay, Valdei*Island, con'
tninltig about miiMl) acre.
New West., It C, Hop--10, tm.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsellm2 Chakles E, Woods.
•tSTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we have mude application to tbo
Honorable the Minister of the Interior of Canada for n lease, for timbering purposes, on tho following described tracts ot lnnd situated In the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vl/.:—Commencing at a
post marked J. G. It. and J. McL. 120
chnlns, about northwest from the outlet
of Llllooct Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's application; thonce
west 240 chains, more or less, to a post
mnrked J. G. R. and J. McL., S.W.i thenco
nortli 80 chains to a post marked J. G. R,
and J. McL.,N.E.; thence west 240 clinins,
moro or less, to*a post marked J. G. R.
and J, McL., N. W.; thence south 1IE0
obalns, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R, and J. MoL., S, E.; thenoe east 40
chains, more or loss, to a post marked J.
G.R. and J. McL.,S. E.[ thenoo south ISO
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. dud J. MoL., S. W.; thenco east40
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G, R. and J. McL., ft. E.; tnence south 210
chains, moro or loss, to a post marked J.
G. R. nnd J. McL., S. W.; tbence east 320
chains, more or less, to a post murked J.
G. R, nnd J. McL.,S, E.; thenco north 160
chnlns, more or loss, to a post mnrked J.
G R. and J. MoL., near Brunette Sawmill
Co's application; thence along said application to the placo of commencement.
Also Section 84, the west half of Section
33, nnd tho enst half of Section 27, all in
Township Twelve (12), District of Now
Westminster, Provinco of BritlBh Colum-
bla.
james g. ross,
james mclaren.
By tbelr A gent,
C. D. Rand.
New West., B.C., 28lli Aug., 1888.  dlmlSoo
taken In exchange,
pairing.
Tuning and !
72Gov«rnmkktKt., ViciOHIA.
Brunch House, Vancouver. B. C.     dw to
N'
WOTIOB.
OTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application wilt be mado st the next
session of thn parliament of Canada for
nn act to Incorporate a company for the
fpurpose of constructing, equipping, maintaining and operating a line of railway
from the Cily of victoria, British Colum
bla, to some point or points at or near
Shoal Harbor and Swartz Bay, North
Snnnioh, Vancouver Island, und of extending the said railway by ferry communications from tho said points to all or
nny of the following points on the mainland of British Columbia, viz: To somo
Folntor place ntor near Ga-ry Point, Lulu
slnnd.nswoll as to some other point on
the south sldoof Eraser River at or near
Canoe Pnss nnd to .sdmo other polpt nt or
nenr Polut Roberts and also of constructing, maintaining aud operating one or
moro lines of railway from any or all of
the aforesaid points on thesaid mainland
to the cities of Vancouver nnd New Westminster nnd to the International Boundary lino so ns to connect with the Canadian Paclflc Railway or any branch thereof and with tho railway system of tho
United States with the usual powers to
build, own and operate a telegraph or
telephone tine, or both in connection with
tho above mentioned lines und ferry, and
nil necessnry bridges nnd ferries and to
build own nnd operato steam and other
vessels nnd to take and acquire lands for
the rightof way, station grounds and other
necessities and to acquire lands or other
bonuses or aids from the Government of
the Dominion of Canada or any Local
Government or Municipality Corporation
or person to assist in the construction of
the said railway and ferries nnd to make
truffle and other arrangements with other
railway ur other companies and for all
other usual and necessary powers, rights
and privileges. YATES A JAY,
J- "-   -    Sollcltorsfor tho Applicants.
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundrylMachineWorks
rE PROPRIETORS OP THESE
works havo muoh plouunro iu notifying their friends and the public that they
nro now prepared to receive nnd promptly
execute any orders for work ln their line
with which tbey may be favored.
A. McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager,
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 18SS.
 dwmyl2tc	
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF 8TKKKT - VICTORIA.
-_,a_l_fTB   aTOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H, C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. G,
LoDhtuT»iiw
A SAILING VESSEL HAS BEEN
A placed on Iho Berth in London for
Vancouver, B. C, and having secured
bulk of cargo will sail the end of November.
Intending Shippers can obtain Information as to freight rates, etc, on application to
H. BELL-IRVING,
Cordova St,,
doc22w2 Vancouver.
jiisTiisi's
OLD STAND,
0pp. the V. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
OLOTKLTTG
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
('l-occrics, Crockery, Cordage, Ac.
Butter KegH, linn-clx,
Hay, Grain, Feed, Ac.
FARM "PRODUCE
nouoirr on bold on commission.
JAMBB   WISH,
FatONT BTIIKRT,    -    *i:w WKKTM11.STBH.
.   dma-Klml
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In the East -and elsewhere vory considerably, wo are In a position lo give prices on any class of Machinery that mey be required, including:
Marine nnd Stntlonnry Engines and Boll-
crs.Planeis, Mnlehi-rn nnd Moulder;:,
Buzz Planers, Wood I .-it lien, Band
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gaiim-
Latlics, Khapln-c Macblms,
Tun, Throe nnd "four Block Clretilur Haw
Mills, Band Haw Mills, Portable Engine* nnd Boilers, nnd  Hoisting
Em-lnes,  Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines nnd Crushers of oilhcr
the Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of nil descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Bond or Innerled
Tenth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber nud
leather Belting, which we cany In
•took.
Stenm Pumps of tbo Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make nlso on band.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, ns woll as Paints and
Oils, Axes nnd Rilgo Tools of tho celebrated Brond mnke, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Stenm Fitters Supplies, Ac.
We ure solo ngents In thla Provinco for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot bo excellent ns outfits we hnvo furnished horo will testify.
FRASER aTeONARD,
Otunl-te St.,   Opp, News-Advert.fl*r,
VANCOUVER, B, O,
NOTIOH.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
application will bo made at tho next
session of the Legislative Assembly of
British Columbia for au act to Incorporate
acompnny for tho purpose of constructing,
equipping, maintaining and operating n
line of rallwny from the City of Victoria,
British Columbla.to somo point or points
at or near Shoal Harbor and Swartz Bay,
North Snonloh, Vancouver Island, nnd of
extending tho snld rallwny hy forry communications from the snld points to all
or any of tho following points on tbo
mainland of British Columbia, viz.: To
some point or place nt or near Garry
Point, Lulu Island, as well as to some
other point on the south side of Fraser
River at or nenr Canoe Pass, and to some
othor point at or near Point Roberts, and
also of constructing, maintaining nnd
operating ono or moro lines of railway
from any or nil of the aforesaid points on
the said mainland to the cities of Vancouver and Now Westminster, and to the
International Boundary line so as to connect with tho Canadian Pacific Railway
or with any branches thereof, nnd with
tho railway system of the United States,
with the usual powers to build, own and
opernto a telegraph or telephone line or
both In connection with the abdye mentioned lines and forry, and nil neccssiry
bridges and ferries, and to build, own Ind
operate steam and other vessels, and to
take and acquire lands for the right of
way, station grounds nnd other necessities, and to aeijuiro lands nnd other bonuses or aids from the Government of the
Dominion of Canada or nny local government or municipality, corporation or per
son to assist in the construction of the
said railway and ferries, and to mako
traffic and other arrangements with other
railway or other companies and for all
other usual and necessary powers, rights
and privileges. YATES A JAY,
docSOwS    Solicitors for tho Applicants.
—ANY MAN—
Wbo' Is Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who In his Folly And I-raoranee bas
Trifled away his Vigor or Body, Hind
and Mt.s.hood,causing exhausting drains
upon the Fouialattit of Lift, Head*
-to he, Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Baihfalncei lu
Society. Pimples upon tbe Faet and
all the BfTeeti leading to Early Decay,
t-ona-amptlon or Inaanlty, will And In
our Specific No. 23 a Paslt re Cure,  It
Holbrookjstate!
BALE   0*F
Valuable Property.
riltlE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
X nre ottered for sale, lu part or whole:
LOT 5, BLOCK 5. Columbia and Front
streets, (Klxltl*-, with 0 stores thereon,
LOT 23, BLOOK 13HWxl32-Columbinand
Clarkson streets,wlth buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 A 13, BLOCK 5, Mnrystrcet; 2
acres, with hard finished house and
orchard.
LOT 34, GROUP 1, Vancouver rond, containing 260 acres.
■WThe above Property brings in a rental of 5239.00 per month.
For further particulars  und  terms of
snle, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
New Westminster, R. C. doc23tc
KTESTrV      GOO
T HAVI! JUST RECEIVED A I.AliOK AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
' mnoe__er__?_m _•__  mt__m.o_»m_wm
Which I avill sell CHEAP FOli CASH. 1 liavo also made a large addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, to. An fitpecUon of TOT
Stock will satisfy any to-day that I have tlio best asoortment to be found in thil
city.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
_fjk_bx__\m xLoxrmmmJk-XT,
dwjelyl No.81,C!oi.*«BUS	
Public Notice
mHE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
J. Is hereby directed to tho'-provincial
Health (small-pox) By-Laws, ItteH." issued
hy,His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
Hi-uounolt,npderauthority of tlioVUenlth
Ordinance, 1669."
Having been appointed Provincial
Health Officer for Districts lying south of
Fraser River, I hereby give notice thnt
tho provisions ot said By-Laws will be
strictly enforced, nnd all persons aro required to govern themselves accordingly.
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
Provincial Health Officer.
New West., Oct, 6,1888. doeSml
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
''OutorlalssoaTcUadaptedtoelilldrentliat I Cutoria cores CoHo,
I recommend It i ' '   "'"  *"
known to me.
ill So. Oaford St
ldltas Boperiortoany prescrlnUoa I Bour Stomach, Diajrhoa*. Irnc
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The Cent-am Company, 77 Murray Strait, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LASD & INVESTMENT A6ENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP, j
HENRY   S.   MASON, >
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,    )
DIRECTORS.
1L.S.1       HUGH NELSON.
BY-LAWS ISSUED BY HIS HONOUR
THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR-
IN COUNCIL,
Undkr the Authority op the "Health
Ordinance, 18G&"
Society. Pimples upon tbe Face and
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Imparts Youthful VI-tor, restores the
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ens and  Invigorates tbe  Brains 	
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
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our Speclflo No. 23 the  most obstinate
oase can be cured In three months, nnd
recent ones ln lens than _0 days.  Eaoh
Package contains two weeks trentment,
rice $2. Cures guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 24 Is an Infallible «*-ir« for nil Private Diseases, no matter of how long
itanding. Sold under onr written Guar*
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CMbUINIM
Thnt dread terror, a dlsoase no lout*
balling science and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nolhlitu !■■
arrest, nothing to alleviate, noi hing tn
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physicians, health can yet he found In
OUR REMEDY; It heal* mid sikXIk-s
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which accompany It.   Price 4.*'.
OURI6    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
OUR KLEfiANT mFlRATIUNS.
Remember we manufacture and are tho
sole proprietors of tbe following specialties, and that tbey can bo had from no
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disease Invited. NO, CHAKE except for
medicine}-. All goods sent stcnre from
observation. Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, ont,
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Our magnificent preparations aro warranted perfectly harmless. We prepare
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Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
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Cendree, Send sample of hulr when or-
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In ordering please specify which you
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Flesh Worms, 11.25, No. 12 removes
Freckles, fl.95* No. 13 removes Pimples,
11.25. No, 14 romoves Tan, 11,25, No. 16
removes Moles, 82. Na 18 removes Pock-
marks, 52. No. 17 removes undue Penpl-
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specific for tho retention, development or
reiteration of tho Hair, 11.25. Toronto
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THE BUST.
No, 10 Is a cmblned Internal nnd external trentment which speedily develop*
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous nature. Ia entirely
harmless and certain In result*. Prleeflt
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto. Ont.
dwaplSjl
TTIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
£1 Governor of British Columbia, by
ana with tho advice of tho Executive
Council of British Columbia, acting under
and by virtue of tbo provisions of tho
"Health Ordinance, 181,1V' enacts as follows:—
1. Whenever small-pox is present In nny
locality without the boundaries of nny
Municipality, Iho Provincial Health Oflicer nearest to such locality shall at once
oause tbe patient to bo removed to nu
isolated hospital, tent or other auttable
place, or cause such person to be otherwise sufficiently Isolated, nnd shall soe
that he Is properly cared for, and shall
take proper measures for the disinfection,
or, If necessary, the destruction of nil
clothing which may have been exposed to
tho contagion, and for tho disinfection
und purlticntlon of every conveyance,
rail-car, steamboat, railway, vessel, carriage, or other vehh-le which may havo
beon exposed to the contagion.
2. Snch Health Officer shall hnvo. In tils
discretion, full powrlo place in another
building or tent nil persons who may have
beta exposed to the contagion, and shall
Can them to be supplied with all necessaries until the period of incubation of
tho disease shall linve elapsed, and no
Mich person shut! go, or bo permitted to go,
abroad, until ho or she has given satisfactory proof of successful vaccination
within Ihe preceding seven years,or shall
have obtnined a medical certificate of Insusceptibility to the vaccine dlsoase, nor
until tho clothing or effect* worn or carried by or wl'lt him or her have been
properly i) 1st ll footed, If the -iimu havo
been exposiod in contagion.
il. To assist the Health Oflicer, bo shall
have fall power to employ pontons to bo
nui*!*ca,snultiir,v policemen, and ot .ho. wlso
to aid In tho prevention of tho spread ot
the ills-vise, mul tuny himself give and enforce such reasonable diiecllous for tho
same purpose as to hlm may seem expedient, and the nearest Government Agent
shall see that nil articles and necessaries
required by the Hoaltb Officor uro furnished.
•t. It shall bothodutyof every medical
practitioner who shall attend upon, or
give medical or surgical advice, to or
about nny person siiflorini' from smallpox, to give notice forthwith after lie shall
lmve commenced so to attend or glvo such
advice, to the nearest Provincial Health
Oflicer. When a householder knows that
a person within tho house occupied by
hlm Is taken sick of small-pox, he shaft
Immediately give notice thereof to tho
nearest Provincial Health officer,
5. The Provincial Health Officer beforo
mentioned ts nnd includes nny person
appointed Health Officer under tho
"Health Ordinance, Isffll," by tho Lieutenant-Governor in Council.
il. The foregoing provisions shall have
no eflect within the limits of any Municipality, save as hereinafter mentioned.
7. In case tlio Council of any Munlol-
riallty, whenever small-pox Is present, or
Ikelv to occur thoreln, shall fall to mako
or carry nut proper provisions to prevent
tho Invasion or spreud of small-pox within the Municipality, nnd complaint thereof shall bo mndoto tno Lieutenant-Governor by tho Counoil of any adjacent
Municipality, It. shall bo lawful for tho
Lieutenant-Governor lu Counoil, noting
upon sueh complaint or ln his discretion
upon other Information, to order thnt
thoso regulation* shall, until otherwise
ordered, apply to and bo in force within
the Municipality In which such neglect
occurs, and thereupon any Provincial
Health Oflicer shall hnvo. within nnd In
respect of such Municipality nil tbo authority with which ho Is clothed In reaped of localities without Municipalities,
nnd In suoh case all disbursements and
expenses paid bj the Provinco, In tho
earning out within sueh Municipality of
tbe foregoing regulations, shall be paid by
■ueh Municipality,
8, Theso regulations mny be cited a* the
"Provincial Health (small-pox) By-Laws,
1888."
Dated at Victoria, thla 3rd day of October, 1888.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
doeSml Provlnolal -Secretary
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Businesa of ALLSOP A MASON has been merged in the above Oompany
and will be carried on by-the Company from this date aa a genenl land Investment
and Insurance Agemy,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria a C, May 16th, 1887. dwje7tc
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
FNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chilllwhack and way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m„ returning on the following days. For all furthci Information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dniyfltc On tbo Wharf.
Hi
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rotes.
Jrajiig uid All Sinds of tainj
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordwood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
s-rStables nearly opposite C. P. H. Depot, Columbia SU, NewWostmlnstor.
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. Pnops.
Feed,LiyeryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
•pROrE-RIBJTO-R.
flOOD DRIVING A HIDING HORSES
\X for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
nud Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Homes.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left at tho Oflice nf Mathers* MilUgan.Commlsslon Merchants,
Front Street, Now Wost. dseSJItc
CHINA & JAPAN
Fancy Goods
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
consignment of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Kmbrolilered 811k Ooodt,
Shatrli, Screons, Bed Quilts,
Dressing Gowns, Etc., Etc.
 ALSO	
l'orcclaln, Satsuma, Cloltanne,
Bronu, Ivor)', Sandalwood anil
Curios of Every Description.
IMPORTED tt EVERY STEAMER DIRECT FROM
CHINA AHD JAPAN.
Hoping that you will honor lis with your
visit, we romntn vory respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FBOHT STREET, Hi* WeSIMIMTI*, i. 0,
Post Office Box No, 7. ddeByl
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'V.
1 Old Baom St. aad It Pail Miu.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Good., Wares, Uamhaa*
dise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ship, in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes ol snch Vessel! j alio, Ship, building ond repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable river, and canals, and
Goods on board snch Veueli, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
IROM 10SS OS DAMiCI If Hll,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•81.600.000 STGk
Rates of Premium and ever* lnlorma
Hen ean be obtained on appUcatlon to
W. J. AllBTIOXe,
Agent tot New We**s*Jniter.
To k Uo, Cal.,
BY WAT OF THB
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any •ther
Route between
k-tea-tor ui Su Rum
Grand Sconlc Boite er tke Facile
Cout.
PULLMAN   BUrntr 8LEIPIM
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of acoond-OlaM Pas
sengors, nl:ached to Express Train..
Fsre from Portland u> Sacramento and
Sjn Frnuolseoi  Unlimited, »M| Writ
It. KOE1ILER, Manager.
,   . „     |r. B00EB8,
Asst. Gen. Frelijht A Pail, Agent,
W.R.AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Qoneral lmkk\
hew WBgTimm, b. c.
Hay and Feed
WOOD & OOAL
(TAB BEST ntJAUTT).
Dry Goods, Boots _t t_Utm,
ProTlsl—g * ttrmttsHtt.
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
•aTAi, vrou.o no whisky or tokatcoew.
can, by temperate habits and oaretnleeo
iinmy, serve Hie public at wptelallr low
i rates. dwlallte
mm 9~~
f ailj ^ritjflh gfolnmbian
wraaeriar Ivealai. Kev. », list.
asnamias taitt foi the dailt.
Tr«MlenlA*Tertlte«.eM..-Flretlnser-
llonTlocI* per lln. folld nonpareil; eaoh
,ub«iiuenteon.eoatlv.ln.ertron,8ct«.per
llufc AdvertlsMMnt. not Inserted every
day-first Insertion, 10 oil. per line; subsequent Insertion., 6fl«.perllne.
maadlei AdvertUsiaealfc-Professlon.
alorBuslnea Caids-B per month. 8pe-
nlai rates for i.neral trade advertising,
uccU?inStospace occupied and duration
Artier, iatc*. when displayed, oharged
2S M?MnLI.M m.n iran.lent Wvt.. U
Slid, oblrswl at regular trenjleat rate*.
••eelal Sailer, among reading matter,
M^^rilnTtMb InMrtlon, Special.
iBaarteilbv the month at reduced ratet,
KKlwtand toatb.,11 lorwch
ln«rtloir°nneral Notice. In connection
Wltbdeathi,» C-«""» Insertion.
Wllllf MVIITIIIKO MTII.
Traulrnl AdrerllMBjenls.-rirst laser-
tlonTloct*, por line solid nonpareil; sub-
JSnenl Insertion*; els. per line.
auadles Adrertl«eme«U.-Frotesslon-
ai or BiKTuew 0ardl-4l _ per month.
Special rule, fur seiiernl trade advertising.
SSeellil Notice", Blrthi, Marriages and
Deailm, same raloMasDafly.
Cels muni lieiill metal,and for large cuts
an eitra rate will "o charged.
arFenon. sending ln advertisement,
should be careful to <tate whether they
are lo appear ln tbe Dally Edition, or Ihe
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction Is
made when Inaerted In both. No advertisement Inserted for less than 11.	
SUBSCRIBERS
  . receive their papoi
from the Carriers or through
Office, will confera favor by reporting tho
same to the office of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
High School Eiaroinsiioii.... S. 1). 1 ope
Change of Time H. Abbot
Invertavish Nursery... .0. A McTavish
Ohriitmu Cards and Booklets at
D. Lyal & Co's. *
Freih Eutern Oysters by the can at
R. J. Armstrong's. d*»26to
Marriage Presents in great variety
at D. Lyal & Co's. *
A new 0, P. R. time table goes into
force on Sunday next.
First arrival of Pltuh Goods and
Bronses at D. Lysl & Co's. *
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Club. *
The board of works lias instructed
Acltermen Bros, to lay a sidewalk in
front of the Hamley block.
The itr. Irving left for Chilliwhaok
this momint; with 25 tons of freight
and i number of passengers.
Two nice rooms tu rent in a private
residence, furnished or not. Choice
locality.   Address P.O. Box 165   3t
The semi-annual examination of
applicants for entrance to tha high
school will be held in the central
school, Westminster, on November
96th.
A Welshman, named ''Shorty," was
fonnd dead in hit cabin on False oreek,
Vancouver. Ho was subject to fits
and it is supposed they caused his
death.
The criminal auit of Mayor Grant
againit Ellis & Sargisun, the proprietors of the Colonist newspaper was
sent to the amies by the magistrate
yesterday.
Fourteen Chinamen were arrested
on the Banish river last Friday for being illegally in the country. They
were taken to Seattle and thence sent
to British Columbia.
Considerable intet cat was luiuiiffstQd,
in town over the presidential elections
in the United States. American residents were quite excited over the
event, and, it is said, money was freely
bet on their favorites.
Four men were arrested yesterday
on suspicion of being concerned in the
attempt to murder and rob Mr. H.
Harvey, but they have been released
as it was ascertained they wore uot in
any way implicated in the affair.
The cable on the Lyndon ferry broke
and let the boat go adrift witfi.*,,.mat-
team aud wagon on board- ana would
have likely gone to Ferndale if Mr
Guiberson had not been present to aid
in the rescue of the boat.—Lynden
Press.
Cinstable Green who killed Kit-
Wan-Cool-Jim iu Hazelton a few
months ago, whioh waa one of the
causes of the Skeena troubles, was
tried for manslaughter at Nanaimo
yeiterday. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
Monday morning, at Viotoria, Mr.
M. Lopateoki, of the Standard, while
walking along the main deck of the
Yosemite, fell down an open coal hatch
and sustained somo ugly bruises. We
are glad to hear, however, that his injuries are not serious.
Skin diseases cannot be successfully
treated by external applications. The
proper way to cure snob complaints Is to
pniify tbe blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Under the vitalizing influences of this
medicine all the functions of the body
are brought into healthy action,
A special collection was taken up
in the Pandora st. Methodist church,
Victoria, on Sunday, for the purpose
of clearing off a portion of the debt
upon the church. The congregation
responded liberally, tho collection
amountim* to tlm sum of $4,200.
Mr. H. T. Thrift, who waa in the
city yesterday reports that tho Walworth family havo all recovered from
tha smallpox and that there is no sick*
new now in the family. Dr. D. Mc*
Lean and his twu assistants will return
to tbe city about tho 16th inst., whon
the quarantine in expected to be raised.
John Miller, a Swedish rancher
ffwa California oreek, waa on Tuesday
adjudged insane by the probate judge,
who turned him over to the sheriff to
be taken to the asylum. He is a
-rfoflle man and imagines that a mob
from British Columbia seeks to lynch
him. At times he becomes violent.—
Whatcom Reveille.
The Whatcom Democrat, in the following paragraph, no doubt voices a
sigh of lelief that will be fervently
sighed all over the United States: So
far as it is concerned tho Democrat
closes the campaign with this issue. It
will be a relief lo have the great political battle ended. The result will
be the ill-absorb ing topic next week,
Seattle is preparing for Mr. Moody.
The Seattle Press says: The union
choir, tor Moody's meetings, organized
on Friday evening withProfessor Ged-
destu leader. Upwards of fifty were
P"»nt. The next meeting for rehers-
al will be on Monday evening at Bo1
dook, at Plymouth ohurch. More
Christian singers are wanted. Each
one should be provided with Gospel
Hymns No. 6.
Tbe Westminster football olub leaves
for Viotoria on Friday to play the Viotoria club.   It lr to be hoped employer! will place no obstacles in the
ff» of any members of the tint team
taking part in the matoh, as it is most
important that Westminster should
hold the championehip against tho
province.   The following is the team
•elected:   Rev.    P.   Woods,    Bell,
Parkes,   Whyte,    Greame,   Turner,
lilter,   Hamber,   Hall,    McMartin,
Pickles, Smith, Cameron, Mowat and
Wilton.
fiee-t Weris.
The proprietors of Thb Oomjmbun,
keeping pace with the progress of the
Boyal city, have enlarged their paper,
which is now moro than ever a credit
tea city the size of New Westminster.
The peoplo seem to appreciate this
enterprise and support their local pa*
per in a very handsome manner. That
is where their hend is level.—Vic.
Times.
— ... m    ■—   _.__.__.
Ballwar bebentnres Trail.
At a meeting of the trustees appointed by the city to control the payment of the railway debentures to the
company, held yestet-day afternoon,
Mayor Dickinson waa chosen president
and Mr. Jas. Cunningham vice-president of the trust. It was decided that
five members from a quorum and that
24 hours notice be given all members
of any intended meeting. Tho meetings will take place in tho Masonic
building. The signature of tho president and two members of the trust
will be necessary on all cheques passed
by the meeting.
■ m   m •     '
Brlthh Colnmbla Represented.
At theconvot;tionof tho W. 0. T.
U. ot Ontario which met at Sarnin,
Ont., last month, there was present
a delegate from British Columbia in
tho person of Miss Mildred Major, of
this city. Tho Woman's Journal
says. "A letter was read from Mrs.
Cunningham, president of the B. C.
W. 0. T. U., introducing Miss Mildred Major, New Westminster, as the
fraternal delegate from that province.
Miss Major, who Is a bright, sweet-
looking young girl, thanked the ladies
in a few earnest words and conveyed
tho greetings of her province. She
was received by tho contention standing."	
A Large Potato.
Potatoes throughout the district
have been large this year much to the
regret of tho farmers who prefer medium size to mammoths, as a better price
is obtained. Tho largest potato we
have seen this year was laid on our
tablo to-day by Mr. A. Murphy of
Clover Valley, grown on his farm, but
which he did not think much out of
the ordinary till he saw an item in a
Barrie, Ont, paper challenging anyone
to beat two potatoes weighing 21bs, 10
oz. each. The potato grown by Mr.
Murphy is of the early rose variety
and weighs exactly 41bs. 2oza.—which
weight will bo pretty hurdto beat anywhere.
...■-■, i. ■,-.,„.,._._
Change of Time.
On Sunday next the running time of
the local train between Westminster
and Vancouver will bo considerably
changed, and another change added to
the service, which will bring it back to
what it was before the last change.
Trains will leave Weitminster for Vancouver at 7:40 a.m.,1 p.m. and 4 p.m.,
aud returning will arrive from Vancouver at 11:20 a.m., 2:10 p.m. and 8
p.m. There will be no connection for
Vancouver on Saturday or for Montreal on Monday by the 1 o'clock train,
This service will be ample to meet all
requirements and is superior to any
established since the trains commenced
running. Vanoouverites will now be
able to spend nearly five hours in
Westminster instead of two hours as ut
present
*at>
BeDnnRDimself.
iostorday'a Vancouver World Bays:
At an early hour this morning a horrible discovery was made in a cabin on
False Creek near Westminster Ave.
W. B. Steele, who works in the C. P.
Bi.'Workshops, found, on entering the
cabin of a man named Harold Shep-
Eard, that the latter had hung himself
y the neck with a cord, and was quite
dead when found. He had fixed up
blocks under his feet and had evidently jumped off them. Sheppard
was formerly a workman in the CP.lt.
shops, and has a cousin named John
Ward in Viotoria. The sum of $15.60
was found in his pockets. He wore a
silver watch and chain. Most of his
otber personal property waa found in
hia box, A telegram has been sent to
his cousin at Victoria. The coroner
will hold an inquest.
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Chicken Healing Again.
Last night the henhouse of Mr.
Bailie Ross was visited by the Chinese
chicken stealing association and every
bird taken away, The thieves made
no noise and the first intimation Mr.
Rois had of the robbery was when ho
visited the ben house this mornint*.
Mr. J. A. Gordon's hon house was
alio visited and every bird, all valuable
Leghorns, stolen. No trace of the
robbers wu found, but a large number
of burnt matches gave evidence that
they were not at all frightened of beintf
caught. The residents of the upper
portion of the city consider themselves
as fully entitled to police protection as
the people down town and they think
a special constable should be appointed
for a few months to patrol from Agnes
street upwards. It is certainly too
bad that no steps have been taken to
put down this class of stealing, but it
is impossible to better the present
state of affairs without an increased
police force.
 ' ■ »•»•* ■
rrlien tretpertly.
Mr. J. G. Moylan, inspector of penitentiaries, was interviewed at Ottawa
on his return from a visit of inspection
to the New Westminster and Manitoba penitentianes and Regina jail.
In regard to the institution at Now
Westminster, Mr. Moylan stated the
discipline was excellent and tho administration carried on with due regard to economy. The penitentiry
Eroperty has been enormously en-
anced in value during the pait 10
yoars, almoat five hundred per cent,
through the instrumentality of convict labor, judiciously employed. Ton
years ago the lite of the penitentiary
was one of tho wildest spots possible,
now the -grounds are cultivated and
the convicts produce potatoes and vegetables necessary for prison consumption. Crime in British Columbia has
deoreased. The penitentiary contains
a less number of prisoners than formerly, being very marked since the completion of the 0. p. R,, when the large
gang of Chinamen employed in Ihe
work of construction broke up, some
going into the interior provinces and
others passed into the United States.
Hundreds of persons who have used
-yer'i Hair Vigor attest its value, aa a
stimulant and tonic, for preventing and
curing baldness, cleansing the saalp, and
restoring the youthful color to faded and
gray hair,
Children Cryfor Pitched Castoria
MR. MOODTSMEETINGS.
Tito Largest Meeting l'el,    over lflM
People Present. Great Interest
MnT.lff-.ted.
Aq Eloquent Discourse. Bible llliulrn-
llom. Vivid Ple.ues or Lire.  Tbe
Proli-riing Banner.
The largest crowd yot aasombled in
Herring's opera house waa gathered
together last night to listen to Mr.
Moody. The crush was ao great that
nearly 200 people were obliged to find
seats on the stage. It is estimated
fully 1600 people were present. Several
hymns were sung by the choir and
prayois were offered by Mr. Winslow,
Mr. Moody and Rov. Mr. Scouler.
"To-night' said Mr. Moody, "I want
to call your attention to somo bible
illustrations. Some years ag'i in Man-
cheater, England, I waa talking to
somo men at a meeting and saw a man
looking at me who looked like a sceptic, Pretty soon I saw a tear gather
in hii oye and turning to him I aaked:
'Are you a Christian?' and tho answer
was (No'. I talked to him a long
time and gave many illustrations but
none seemed to strike him. Finally I
asked, 'which do you think saved
Noah—his feelings or theark?' 'That
settles it,'said he, 'good night.' He
turned a way and left me bewildered—
it was quicker than I was accustomed
to. Remember friends it isn't your
feelings that will save you, it ia the
ark. God provides an ark for every
soul here—and thank God no have
not got to work a hundred yeara to
make the ark, us Noah did. God provides an ark for all—ft is ready—all
you have got to do is to step in and
you are saved. The door stands wide
open, so don't hesitate but accept the
offer. Last night I was preaching on
John, and the serpent lifted up by
Moaes in the wilderness. When the
children of Israel had been bitten by
the fiery serpents alt they hnd to do
was to cast their eyes on the brazen
serpent and they wero cured. A moment before they wore suffering all the
agonies and torments nf hell, but, bo*
hold, they look on the serpent and
thoy are new mon again. God provided this remedy when tho children
of Israel acknowledged their sins. It
is the same with the people hero-
confess your sins and God will raise
up n remedy for you. It seems
Btrange to raise a serpent on a polel
How the doctors of New Westminster
would laugh at such a remedy if they
happened to be sceptics. Imagine a
mother carefully and tenderly watching over her son who has beon bitten
by the fiery serpent and whose life is
slowly passing away. She expected
the strong young man would close her
eyes when death overtook her but now
she is called on to close bis. How
tenderly and lovingly ahe watches her
boy, how her heart wrings with anguish bb she sees him there, stretched
out on the bed helpless and dying,
with no hope of being saved. Suddenly there is a great about heard
through the camp. What does it
mean? She goes out and inquires and
the peoplo tell her that the serpent
has bt-en ruiaed up and all who look
upon it will bo saved. She rushes
back to the tent and tells her son,
'But I haven't strength,' says he,'to go'
out and look at it.' . 'Never mind,'
Bays the mother, 1 wIll'-&rry'':yduV'
He is carried out and sees the sign and
is cured—saved by a look. Don't you
think it is a grand thing to be saved
by a loiik'l Some doubters would not
be saved because they would not look.
Friends gathered round tho death bed
and urged him to take just one look
and he would be saved. They told
how a look had aaved their lives, but
could not convince him that it wus
true or possible. And whon that man
died whose fault was it? There is a
drunkard in this hall—has been a confirmed drunkard for 5 yearH. * Hohaa
a wife and several childrenand beats
them. His home is a perfect little
hell. His ohildren run and hide
when he goes home. That man comes
here to-night, hears the news, accepts
tbe light and leaves the room a different man from when he entered. He
goes home and asks his wife if she has
a bible. She has and he asks her to
read about the serpent, and then she
reads that God so loved .tho world
that he sent hia only begotten Son to
Bave men. Then he explains to his
poor wife how he had been saved and
was determined to load a better life.
They go down on their knees together
and pray a Bhort prayer. Does God
listen to this prayer 1 Yes, he stops
every harp in heaven in order to hear
that drunkard's appeal. The prayer is
answered and three months later that
hovel has beon changed into a littlo
paradise. Tbe children don't run
away from him now but rush to embrace him. Scenes like this are constantly taking placo all over the country, Temperence pledges and blue
ribbon societies are all right, but uot
half enough. You want the Sett of
Gud to be with you and aid you whon
a reform in life is necessary. Now
friends come to God to-night, come
while there ia a chance. In a few days
wo may all be in the grave. If overy
man had 0 monthi to get saved in how
many would be saved? You remember
the days of slavery in the United
States. When escaped slaves were
taken out of Boston, Philadelphia and
other cities in frco statei and taken
back to bondage in the south. They
were not froo in thoso northern states,
but thoso who reached the northern
boundary and stopped under the folds
of the Union Jaok then they were free
men. Free from their cruel masters
and the bloodhounds that had followed
for many a weary day. The Union
Jack waved over them and they were
free men. So my friends come tonight—come under the banner of
heaven—it is floating for you to take
refuge under it and be saved."
The speaker continued at lome
length giving many apt illustrations
una holding the interest of the large
audience to the end. A speoial
service was afterwards held in the
Methodist church and was largely attended.
Successful meetings were held this
morning and afternoon in the Baptist
and Methodist churches, as usual, but
lack of apace prevents us from noticing
them more at length,
A meeting will be held to-night at
8 o'clock iu the opera house, and the
final meeting will, be held to-morrow
morning at the usual time.
Wholesale City Market.
Beof,    per 100 lbs.	
Pork »        	
Mutton       " 	
Potatoes    "        	
Cabbage    "        	
Onions      "        	
Wheat       "        	
Oats "        	
Peas '*        	
Hay,       per ton	
Butter (rolls) per ft ..,
Qhoeso, "   •>•■........
Eggs,       perdoz	
Oordwood (retail) per curd.
Apples, per box	
Hldoi-grn) per 100 lbs	
»'   (dry)       "       •*•.».
Wool, per lb.	
6 60
000
000
7fi
100
1G0
000
1 A0
....   I 60(3 2 00
,...13 00@ IS 00
...I 5 B01|
... 8 00@
... sool
... 60 f
... _0_
,,, 100(j
... 150(1
.. 125<i
028'
OH i
oa.i
:::; 88.!
....  4 00|
I 085
I 0 15
I 40
l 400
I 1S5
I 0 00
Press Opinions.
The following extracts from the
press of the coast couoerniug Mr.
Woodford, tho renowned temperance
and evangelistic speaker, who is expected in the city ahortly, will bo of
interest:
•'Mr. Woodford's aubject matter
was at onco eloquent and convincing.
Since the death of J.B.Gough ho is regarded as the superior of any speaker
on the temperance platform."—Daily
Examiner, {San Francisco, Cal.)
"Those who hear him once, do not
fail to come the second time. Hii
speech is its own best advertisement.
We never heard a lecturer who is more
concise; there is not a redundant
word."—Portland Oregonian.
"For ten dayB Mr, Woodford haa
been addressing largo audiences in the
old Standard theatre. The audiences
have consisted mainly of working men,
and many drinking men have attended.
Woodford is an orator of much power,
originality and native 'genius."—
Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
A Schooner Wrecked.
The schooner Eliza, of New Westminster, Capt Hett, whioh arrived
last evening with a heavy cargo of
oats from Mud. Bay, reports sighting
an abandoned sloop, evidently of about
three tons, at about 2 o'clock Monday
afternoon, between Seabird and San
Juan Islands. The sloop waa drifting
northward, stern down and bow up,
her jib sheet flying and main sheet
fouled. At first she was taken for an
Indian canoe or a floating tree, but as,
the Elian Mme nearer her captain
clearly saw that what had at first been
taken for a floating tree was the sail
lying on the water. The first attempt
to pick up the sloop failed, but on the
second ahe was captured and taken in
tow, Captain Hott intending to bring
her in with him to Victoria, The
sloop was deep in the water, hid no
name on her bow, or anywhere else
that could be seen. Her bottom was
coppered, her decks painted greon,and
the hull white. .Nothing about her
would lead to any knowledge of her
name or port. Her four oars were
drifting in the rowlocks, and her sails
were evidently nearly new. The aloop
was towed for about three miles, when
Capt. Hett,seeing signs of an approaching storm and being heavily loaded,
was compelled to drop his prize in
order to avail himself of the little
wind left and get into port. The sloop
will probably drift back to near where
she was found with the tide— Colonist. ''.'■'-  .   . ■ ■   .
personal"
Dr. C. E. C. Brown returned from
the Interior to-day.
F, 0. Gamble, of Victoria, is staying at tho Colonial.
F. X. Martin, of 'Vancouver was in
town this afternoon,
Mr. and Mra, A. G. Gamble returned to the city yosterday from Kootenay, where they spent the summer.
C. G. Major, accompanied by Miss
Mildred Major, arrived home to-day
from an extended visit to Eastern
Canada.
G. E. Corbould, barrister, who haa
been visiting the eastern provinces for
af couple of months returned to the
city to-day,
J. M. McGregor, representing the
daily and weekly Vancouver World,
called on us this afternoon, and will be
in the city a few days, Mr, McGregor
has been connected with the press in
the east, and has just arrived in the
province.
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be held In this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
aums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into tho association or to trustees competent to receive tho same, on
or before 6 months from the date of the
last provincial exhibition, and to be
applied to preparing exhibition grounds
and buildings in this city, for increasing
the amount offered In prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
Thb Colombian Sion oo
Sharpo A Paine, Lulu Islnnd.  10 00
L P Eckstein .,  10 00
(J D Brymner  10 00
It W Armstrong  10 00
K R (.lover  lilOO
Walker & Shod well  10 00
Claud Hamber..  10 00
Peter Grant.  10 00
George Turner...  10 00
WJ Armstrong  80 00
Nextl
The superiority of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator is shown by ita good
effects on the children. Purchase a bottle and glue it a trial.
Wken Baby wu licit, we gars her CutorU,
When ah* wm a Child, the cried for Castoria,
Wan ah* became If In, she el-rag to Cattoria,
WbeniUli*4ChlldiM,t^ef»T»tL«n4CMU)ela
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
J hit, JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC 8YH-
t tem of Medlolnos cures Paralysis,
Indness, Deafness* Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Erysipelas, Brfght'u Disease, Heart Disease.
Dropsy, and all chronic complaint*, Fevers ,SmullI^>x,I-IleH,Dyspepsia, MeaHlfls,
Dlptherla, Cancer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bone, Whooping Cough,
Cholera Infantum,Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints. The system
Ib simple. The mediolne rebuilds tho diseased cells nnd tissues of tho body with
tbe same proximate principles, nnd fur-
men ts.Orgaulo Bodies and so on which aro
normally prepared in tho body by tho
glands. For sale by
dBautc
. DE8BRISAY.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after date wo Intend making application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchnse tho following described lands,
situate In Coast District, British Columbia, on Valdes Island:
1. Commencing at the 8. W. corner of
Lot M, Range 1; thence north 22 ohalns,
west 61 ohalns, to east boundary of Lot 17;
south 60 obalns, to north boundary of Lot
10; east 80 obalns, to shore line of Hoskyn
Inlet; thenoe northerly, following shore
line to pointof commencement—containing 605 acres,
2. Commencing at the N. E. corner of
Tract No. 1, as above; thenee north along
west boundary of Lot 31, 41 ohalna, to the
N. W, corner of Lot 84; thenoe east 5
chalni. to the shoro line of Village Bny
Lake; thence northerly along west shore
lino of Village Bay Lake, about 40ohalns.
to a point where our Lease L crosses aaid
lake; thence west 66 chains and 87 links,
south 80 chains, cast 61 chain*-, to point of
com mon content—containing 470 acres.
8, Commencing nt tho N.W. corner of
Tract No, 1, ns above; thenco north 80
chnlns, west 40 obalns, south 80 chains,
east 40 chnlns—containing 820 acres,
BOYAL OITY PIiAaNWQ MOM CO.
By their Agent, Chablbs E. Woods.
New West., B, O., Oct. 81,1888.      dnolma
High SchoolEntrauce
Examination.
T.
IHE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
_ of applicants for entrance to a High
School will commence In the Central
School, Now Westminster, on
Monday, November 26th,
At 0:80 a, m,
Candidates must be punctual.
S. D. POPE,
dno7td       Superintendent ot Education.
Invertavish Nursery!
SEND FOR CATALOGUE OF
Trees, Plants, Bulbs, k,
FOR FAIL PLANTING.
A Very Choice Aa.orl.neut lo Srlcel From
ONE  HUNDRED   ASSORTED   HOLLAND BULBS seat to any address
tor 11.
For list of varieties contulnod In ouch
collection, hoc catalogue.
O. A. MCTAVISH,
ilwnoOtl North Saanleli.
if...   Il'r
CHANOEJJF TIME.
VN AND AFTER SUNDAY, HTH IN*
/ staut, Trains will arrive at and leave
eitmlnster as under:
ARRIVE:
_Mal, fiom Vancouver .'.,...11.20
'Express,from Montreal A Vancouver.. 14.10
Local,      "     Vancouver 20.00
LEAVE:
Local, for Vancouver.. 7.40
Express, for Vancouver A Montreal. .18.00
Local,     " Vancouver 10.00
There will be no connection for Van*
eouver on Saturdays or for Montreal on
Mondays by train leaving at 18 o'olook.
H. ABBOTT.
dno7!5 General Superintendent.
WANTED.
A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT GIRL.
Apply at               THIS OFFICE.
 dnoTito	
TO RENT.
A CANNERY AND SALTERYsltunted
A on Subdivision Lots SAO of Lot 14,
Block 0, Apply to
TlfiNRY V. EDMONDS,
dnolto Land Agent.
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
tite9srs. w. j. walker a comp'y
lix have lots for Bale In the city from
$50 upwards.
Also, immediately adjoining the City
limits from $25 upwards; and a few remaining lots at Sapperton nt $100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Land in Surrey Municipality, near the international boundary,
and nlongthe line of railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsville In first-class situations
at profitable rales.
Intending Investors nro Invited to call
Immediately, before prices aro advanced.
The advertisers oftbr their services as
bgents for the PURCHASERSof property,
and as such will give tbe fullest Information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any propose,! Investment in land, whether In
their own hands for salo, or otherwise.
Bank Buildings, Mary St, City.  dw7ato
NOTICE.
MAVING SOLD OUT OF MY BUTCH-
or Business, I hereby request all par-
Indebted to nio to settle thoir accounts,
and any persons having any claims whatever against me aro miite-itcd to present
them for payment.
All accounts unpaid by Dec. 1st, will be
placed in the hands of my solicitor.
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New West,, Oct. 81,1888. dwocSlml
FALL   ASSIZE,
Sheriff's Notice.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi all Coroners, Keepers of Gaols and
Houses of Correction In my Bailiwick,
who may have business thereat, are required to attend the sittings of the Court
of Assize to be holden ut tho COURT
HOUSE, In the City of Now Westminster,
on
Wednesday (lie  14th Day of
November Next,
At 11 o'olock a. in,; that tlie roll of Grand
and Petit Jurors who hnvo been summoned for the snld Assise will be called
over at 11 o'clock a. m. on the dato above
given, and all persons will bo expected to
answer to their names. Petit Jurors falling to answer will bo liable to lose their
day's pay and subject themselves to a
fine,
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff.
Now Westminster, Oct, 20,1888.
dwoc28td
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S
Fall and Winter
SUITS
— AND—-
OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, $tc.
 AT	
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
Trunks & Valises
J. E. PHILLIPS
CLOTHIER & HATTER,
Columbia St., Ort1. IW.oraph Okfick
\_w WfMmlnitrr, B. <'.
dwso7to
IMMENSE SALE
 OF	
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
LTB, OJk_-_XtXV_-m,
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
Commencing OPt-J°**K |!§B--}-   . ~,
Ab we havo decided to retire from the retail Dry Goods business thla season, we
now place our entire stock on tho market at
WHOLE8ALE PRICES.   NO RE8ERVE.
-.in-xvmxxxra- mtjbx sa sold.
$6,000 worth of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
$20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths and
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
-tsrAs wo aro known to carry one of the hrgeBt and best assorted stocks In the
Province, it will not be necessary to enumerate. An early inspection will convince
tlie publio that wo moan business, and that the stook must be closed out before the
end of this season; therefore we havo placed our goods at prices lower than have
ever been offered before in this Province,
RKMEUBBH-Th* Stock must Toe closed ont by the end of the year.
CALL EARLY WHILE THE ASSORTMENT tS GOOD.
Tkrms- Under $100, cash; over $100, secured notes at three months with intereit.
». ^>___VmTmm_>__mJK__n Sb oo.
olOdwlyr MASONIC BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Rubber Goods being seasonable it will interest everyone to know that we have everything one wants in the line of Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers. We have added several new styles this year to our stock,
and carry all sizes—Boots as well—to fit any
one from a three year old child up. As a
matter of course, our stock of Gossamers,*
Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats in Ladies'
and Children's, as well as Men's wear, cannot be excelled. Prices astonishingly low.
Don't foil to see our stock whether you buy
or not. We are always pleased to show our
goods.
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL, COLOMBIA ST.
dwnolyl
R. J. ARMSTRONQ,
PlaTJB xxr
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST GREAMERYBUTTER A SPECIALTY.
La*bxad.or Herring*©,
*L\£ac*Ecerel, Salt Cod,
Aimour'a XJxic. Hams,
-A.xra.ovt.x'a "CJno. Bacon.
*Flo-ax. Bxan. Snorts,
Sa-HIGHEST PBIOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
nowwiy toouliar-Armstrong Bloek, Oolumbla St.
Grand Clearing Sale!
$35,000 OF STOCK.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Beg to inform the people of New Westminster City
and District that they will offer their
entire Stock of
DRY GOODS CLOTHING
At COST for CASH.
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
Sale commencing 12th October, 1888.
-b *m wfvjc^aAZjEj-j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BESPT QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A full lln. ol Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver and gol i <
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, t4 per pair; all sights suited.
Speoial attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned iti.
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, md sinee then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America, is a luffieient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly main,
gor tor nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Mostskai,, Deo., 1887—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw, Robertson, Etq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, lays: "I never fonnd a Watchmaker who did to
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and 1 sm sorry you are not hero to-day."
-——--—.___________________________________
|    1 mii-os  |***-g,drugsTTdrugs^^pi
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
D R UfTOl 8 T
New Westminster, B. O.
|     J DRUGS   |ata"f, DRUasT^PDRTJOS^"jp
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
I
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with all the Doctors in the City. Call on
ut any time and we will ring your Dootor up for yon.
Open Sundays for the sale of Medicine onlyi—Mobotno, 9 to 10.80 o'clock)
AmmuooK, 2to3; Evisinu, 8.30 to 0.30.
1S_US1_DXOj_____, •bc-a.ll,
Sew nealn.la.ler, B. C, Rut CIMlal B.I.I.
CUT THIS OUT AND PASTES IT UP. dwaulslc
MARSHALL SINCLAIR
HAS JUST RECEIVED
30 Boxes Christie & McCormlck's best Crackers, Biscuits and
'   Candles.
SO Boxes Choice Creamery Cheese.
HO Small Cheese (14 lbs), just the tiling for family use.
85 Tubs very flue Creamery Butter.
850 Rolls best B. C. Butter.
arA full lino of first-class Groceries. Flour. Feed, etc., ilwiyt on hand.
Goods delivered to all part, of the city. dwnoSto
i**r ma -mmr -m
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELIV-
cries of New Goods for the coming season. Amongst
them will be found a very CHOICE SELECTION and NEWEST DESIGNS in
Black, Colored & Evening Shades
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades ln Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Fancy Aprons.
Household A Table Linen. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts.  Down Quilts.
Waterproof!* A Ulsters. Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties, &c.
W.U. WOLFENDEN,
■wMuw ooxjxt_s_3___ axxMnm.
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