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Room 18,     ,'■    i -      Colonial H.tel.
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BARRISTERS,
. SOf,IOITORS, ETOi
OBcM. KmouIc Buliaio*., New Wettmln-
««, and Vancouver, B. C.      Jyaldffte
ft, O, ATK1BIOB.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, te.
Offices-Masonio Banding,
'dwfjlOti.l. _    New Westminster*^*];
m   HORMAlt BOLB.H.C.,
.,.' BARRIaTBR-AT-LAW.
[sfl. Agent Money to Loan.
' Oolumbla Sk,
telle        -    New We.tmin.ter, B. 0.
fltOW * HACLCBB,
ARCHITECTS.
Omos- Room E,
Over Bank of B.C.,
dauSlto Columbia Street,
ft  W GRANT,
ARCHITECT!
OFVioK-Corner Mary and Clarkson Sts.
i dwfeffito   -
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irALLANDAlltE A, SANSOM,
ARCHITECTS.
lane. Block,
Hustings St.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
dauaoto
flpHtaU XtXtft;„,„/,,. B,|
' ,;,'''''r\,i;',iMWsWEi*IV'-'- "-'»''•■
BUILWNO A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Onios-Niw Masonic Block,
dwapllte Westmlnttir.
A laBBST J. HILL,
A tt. CAB. Soc. C. E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR aud
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Office—New Minnie Block,
dwmhltito New Westminster.
w.
*. WAlKBt A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
8, Bank Buildings,NewWostmlnster, EC.
14 Clire Road, Halifax, England,
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m' *   THAPP,   -
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, New Wettmlntter
All eommlttloni will receive prompt
. md careful atteatloa.   Best references
liven, wh.u required. inhl2-tc
RAND BROS.
D«ll. BIVATB BB0KBB8, ■■:''.
',-' Oaavtruunii OaliKtor.,
1 Aad lanrase. Af .at.,
0IB0M.tVI0TOWAirort Street,
KBW WESTMINSTER: Comer
if. KoKon.K and Clarkson Sta,
VANOOUVER, Cordova Stmt.
BUILDING LOTS for tale Ib all seelion.
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud n.y,Lad-
ner', Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
•nd Pill River.
M.|».nd Plana exhibited and the full-
•at lnformaUo. furnished ttallonrofflce,,
fetato       '   '
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
ntM rUFaMD. 8ITBTBTS MADE
Large or Small Sum ol Money Advanced
on Good Securities, at Keaaoiiablo
' '       Rate* of Intereit."
-.rait far tele .a Fraser River, astve
... MLwlKewWetlmlBiter.
WILLIAMS BROS..» Ib oonitnntoom-
BinBlcatloa with Intending settlers from
uil.nd and elsewhere, aud bavo special
httillllet tor effeollng tales.
Their oharfea «re lower than any other
•gents In the Province.
■oFFICES^Oorner of Granville and Cor-
dbva street., and opposite 0. P. R. station,
Taacavir. B. c. dapMml
N' OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, , (lily day. .nit date we Intend mak-
lug.pplluUonlolheublelCnmmls.loiirr
of Land, and Work, lor iktoiImIoii lo
purehm the following denrllied |and.
SjiW*S 911. v»y.M I«l.nd,Ooatt DlJttlet,
British Columbia! . ,
Co»menolrig»t»polntoullioeastlioun.
"•"JL0'.1".^1" Ooirt.Dlstrlot, J, chain.
Sift ?'.Jh*   bonhiiMljrly corn.r of
a.'.'M1? '""ft0! Villas* Bay, northeasterly tlong aild Bhore line to the southeast
•iraer ofl/it u. Coast Dlttrlot, north to
IM.bor. lln. ol Malu Lak«, .Icon oe.l
•{•■JLfa",,2i* "**•• nortllwesterly to
th. first point wluro our limber tense ''!."
**■*■ *SfSl ¥B I'.OOiit Dlttrlet, thenoo
dui mis M ohala. lo the northeast cor-
!**,*,'ft!*'«_!f*_* .."'"""''I"",c*■"""'
s, cbslpa. .Ml to eh.ln.. ami ...nil, 30
.■•In. to point of commencement.  :
• Ui"'. lf<•■■'. Will"*1 Kiiaimi...
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tool*, of all kinds of the beat Bilkn; t'rOSS-Cllt tl Rand-Saw.,
Barbed .Wire for Fencing, and all the neceuary Utensils for Farming!
Pulley Bktcks, Snatch .Block*, Rope & Chain in all sites) MteE,
Tnr&Oakumi Tarred and Plain Paper for Building) Paint. « Oils
in all cblbrai llBllid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready touw; Grind
StoneSC Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms tl Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating. Oifsi Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
is* Special attention glve'ni to orders by null.
., T. -5TJ j _?_Sjft__?_? <3S- O0.m }E..a
dwjlySto    ', ***","     .,.„ Colombia Stbbbt, NewWbsthinstbb.
GRANT & MflCLURE.
. WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS&SHOES
COLUMBIA    STREET,
^©"W*    *\^©f3t3M±L_St©r,     33.    O.
1'',    ' dwjeffiic    " .   .' ' '"''
A. B. WINTEMUTE
•'Buffalo" Boot anil Shoe Store.
fUST ARMVED-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
New Boots and Shoes
Which will be sold at Prices to suit every Person.
WINTEMUTE'S BLOCK;,   -:-    .COLUMBIA STREET.
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BRITISH
OOUIMBIA
AGBICT.M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  8.  MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. -LONDON, ENGLAND,
The Bushiest of ALLSOP ft MASON hu been merged ia the .hove Company
•nd will be carried on by the Compuy from this dtte u i general land Investment
and Iniorance Ageniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rites, Town Lot, ind Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, a C, May 1Mb, 1887. dwJeTto
ZF-A-MMElaBcS,
S294. ACRES
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the;qelebrated
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on tbe 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.
s^r. For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
idwaoiH,:''- ■''■• '
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Ofkicbrb,—lluyor, Robert Dickinson: City Clerk, Cunt, ilobtnson; Police Miigislrnte, T. C. Atkinson: Chief
Engineer Fire Department., \V*. COrbett;
AHKlHtnnt, IMtead.
Court Officials.—Judge of the Supreme Court, Hon. J. P. McCrelglit: Itegls-
trai, W. U. Falding; BherlflT, W.J. Armstrong. •  ■   i.
PnovrsciAi. OPPTftRiif'. — Government
Agent, Chas. Warwick; Keulstrrtr of Titles,
IV W. Aranplrongf-Snpt. of Provlrioinl
Asylum, Dr. R. I. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jas. PhtlUpB*. Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. MoreHby: .Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas. Dlgby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
D. Ferris.
Dominion OFPiorAL».—Postinaster, J. 0.
Brown: Collector of Customs, J. S. Cluto;
Warden of Penitentiary, A, H. McBride;
Dominion Land Agont, H. B. W. Aikmau;
Crown Timber Agfliit, T. S. Higginson;
Inspeotorof FiRheMs, Thos. Mowat.
KEPREHKNTATiv-w.-Bc-nutor, Dr. T, R.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chlsholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Bole, (J. 0. i       ■
MAIL.S CLOSE , AW> ARRIVE..
For Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Sunday
and Monday), tit 12.80. and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 32.
For Victoria, V. I., nnd Western IT. 8. Offices—Monday* 12.45; Tuesday, 8,15: Wednesday, 6,30; Thursday, 8.15; Friday.
0.30: Saturday, 8.16,
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Daily (except sunny) at 8.15. '       l
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Inland-
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre-and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
For Elgin and Mud Ray-Saturday, 12,46.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 1145.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19,
From Can. Pac, Ky.—pally (except Satur*
dayjatn.ie,
From Victoria—Sunday,   Tuesday and
Thursday 10; Wednesday, Friday und
Saturday, 11,30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Suu-
duy)atl8. .
Froiti Ladner's Lauding nnd Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 18.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prftlrle and
Larijtley Prairie—Friday, 16.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sundny, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 0 to IS (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls are being sorted.
Monkv Order A savinos BANK.-Dally
—9 n. m, to 4 p. in., and from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nevor varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wliolesomonesi'. More
•conomicul than tha ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in oom-ieililon with the
multitude of low test, short weight nlum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in enni,
RoyalBakinu P0WDF.lt Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York. Sfely
Tug for Sale!
mUG BOAT 7(1 FEET; COM POUND MA-
1   chlnery, hy Eastern mnkers.
BiwBiS. BEWIOKE & WUEFFSOHN,
dJaOtc f   Vim i-ouvor, H, C.
Cheap for Gash.
OAA ACIIKH OF LAND,:) MILES FROM
AVU West minster, on ii cooil road; first*
olass high land, 100 noros of ltfronHto6
feet black lonm.thehalfitn'oiildt-rliotbim;
good house and out building*. For further
particulars enquire nt THIS OFFICE.
New West., Juno 80th, im.       tlwjt'Wtc
FOR&-.LE.
THE STEAMER "SWAN," SB feet keel,
9 feet beam, 4 ft. s In, hold; ntt-d with
double engines, A*.£x8 cylinders, also steel
boiler and shaft (John Doty, maker, one
nf tho host manufacturer.* in Canada). She
Is In real good order and fully equipped.—
For further ■mrtlcttlnrs, apply to M. O.
TBRHUNE or W. It, AUSTIN.      dso,ml
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
1)HE PROPRIEroiW OF THESE
works havo much ploasmv- in notify-
ingtlioir friends and tin- public I hat iln\v
nre now prepared to receive ami proini'tly
execute any orders for wnrk Iti tlielv line
with which lliey mny be fnvorotl.
A.IHvKGLVIE,
Meeluinicnl Mntmgor,
VlUlOOUVM) RC.,8th May, 1888.
dwmyJKfl.
XTOTICR IS irettKllY UIVKN- THAT
il wc liuvo iiinillml In tlui.Mliihli'i'of
ilm Inn-ran- f.n- ,i iii'iin^n lo out timber on
Miu fnlliiv.-llltf ItlOilfl 111 IIRI Ulltrlol of Now
W.'Ht.ul n.--1.i'.r,
Tllp Bust lllllf nf SqcllOII lllll!lli,.rl.'lvi.
Til. TiiwiimIiIii liVinlllur Tliroai (8), Iti.nuo 21
wcsl.
TllfiWost Imlf of Sflolloll tllniilict- Four
(II, Townnlilp immlipr Tlirur, (11), flannc 28
Durillnlon Hllrvcy,
l«ll«l Iho 10t)l Amilil, A,U. 1888,
KMiailT nitiw,
By tliolr Agonls,
dlBlOlUl COBBOl'LO A MlCoi.1..
i«ilB fritteh ifolntitbiitn
TliorM.y KvnlB., MBI. II, IHH.
NOTES AND COMMIfNTS.
An American exchange (republican) says: While Blaine considers
trusts a local question with which
Congress has nothing to do, Senator
Sherman holds that ever/ trust that
tends to prevent competition in
trade, or to prevent production in
this country, is unlawful, and should
be so declared by the statute laws
iri every state in the. Union, and by
the laws of the United States;
, The <Pttm«er Brest ot fit Paul
claims that high license has been
beneficial in that state. Sunday
selling has decreased, sales to minors
and habitual drunkardi are refuted,
saloons of low order hav. been cloud
out, and the number of saloons in
the state have decreased from 2806
under the low license law to 1597
under the high license law, while
the fees for licensos show a net gain
of $250,000 in favor of high license.
An eastern exchange speaking of
the. rather flippant utterances of the
young and lately appointed minister
of marine and fisheries on the "retaliation" question, says: Young
Mr. Tupper seems to have got down
from the parental knee, and beyond
the reaoh of the descending slipper
too soon. It may yet prove to be
particularly unfortunate that suoh a
man should occupy the most important position of minister of marine
and fisheries at the present moment.
An exchange furnishes the following "wrinkle" in vsrniihi. Varnish made with alcohol will get dull
and spongy by tbe evaporation of
the alcohol, as all commercial alcohol
contains water, rit wttlreMe-advisable to take a thin sheet of golf-
tine, cut it into strips, and* put it
into the varnish; it will absorb in
the thin sheet most of the water,
and the varnish can be used clear
and bright till the last drop. The
gelatine will get quite soft; it can
then be taken out and dried, and
used again.
Here Is the refreshingly ingenuous way a sound paper talks: A
New Westminster paper complaint
thit agents of hop growers in this
territory and Oregon were sent to
the Fraser river to induce tha Indians in the employ of the canneries to go across the line and work
for them during the hop-picking season, and had the sublime effrontery
to bo- rigflit bllMc4,! Wt«<ojMdMlW^pi'
among the men where they were at
work. Well, brethren, retaliation
is the fashion; you are welcome to
invade this territory and .try-, the
seductive wile, of Canadian currency upon Siwash hop-pickers. Who
ever heard of a Fuget siund Indian
going north to accept tribute of- the
"King George" men)
Within a radius of lixty miles of
Nashville, Tenn., there is said to be
found a tree that ii laid to be the
shittim wood of ark fame. Celebrated botaniits from all over the
countiy have examined the. treci
and agree that they grow nowhere
else on the globe. They have decided that it il the shittim wood of
which Noah's ark was constructed,
mention of which il made several
times in the Bible, The tree is
medium sized, with very dirk,
smooth bark, and tho wood is of a
bright gold color. In early spring
tho trees are laden with long, white
blossoms, closely resembling great
ostrich plumes. There seems to be
no doubt about the identity of the
trees, and it is remarkable that they
are found only in thia uniall area
and ia few at that.
When doctors diiagree who shall
decide! A bit of enterprise on the
part of the Boston Globe discloses a
remarkable difference of opinion
among the physicians of that city.
A reporter, in perfect health, visited
ten prominent Boston doctors mid
stated non-existent svmptoins and
requested tv diagnosis. The mini's
nppearaucc .physically was i.oi fool.
But notwithstanding this, each doctor diagnosed the oase in a iliirbrrnt
way, and each doctor guve the
imaginary invalid n iliffurt-nt proscription. The diagnoses and prescriptions together with tho interview with each doctor and statement
as to tbo reporter's elegant health,
was published iii the Globe, And
now tho cultured Bnstoniani are
snickering (they don't laugh in Boston) nt the doctors,
BY TELEGRAPH.
.Messrs. 1'arkui- ft Lain), of HUltilsle,
writes; "Our Mr. Laird Iwvjag occsiion
to visit -Scotland, ami knowing the excel;
lent qualltle, of Sr, Thomas' Eoleotrio
Oil, aiiiiulinled to take nme with him,
anil the result liat beon very Mtoiiiihlng.
Wo may say that in Mvinl inltuoH It
lias olfeotea cures when Ailment, hid
been pronounced incurable by eminent
practitioner.."
Children Cryfor PitoheAWoHa
Dl.ulUIrd with Fowderlr.-Tke BepulM
linos •■MlMil.-rn.l. Kleh.nl
A.Proel»lteid.
Flood. Ib Ao»lrl...p.pnl Decree Favor.
■tile lo Kol|kl. ofl>l>or--l>rwd-
Ber Elected.
UST NlfJHT'S DKSPATfJims.
WALES TO BECOME AN ODDFKLLOW.
London, Sept. 12,—The Prince of
Wales intends to join tho Oddfellows'
lodge.
IN A BAD MATE.
Pabih, Sept. 12.-,After tho outbreak
at Abnce yeiterdiy, 1000 strikers, reinforced by 200 women, marched to
Limoget. They threatened to destroy
the works there on account of being
unable to obtain employment Several incipient rioti occurred until the
withdrawal of the troopt. Socialists
an fomenting trouble.     >
DEWDNBV ELECTED.'
Bboadvuiw, N. W. T.. Sept. 12;—
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, the minister of
the interior, wis elected for eastern
Aiiiniboii to-diy by acclamation.
CONTINENTAL.
Munich, Sept. 12.—The debts of the
late King Ludwig have been almost
cleared up. There ii a good prospect
of rebuilding tbe royal fortune!.
Beeun, Sept, 12.—A telephone line
hoi been opened between Berlin and
Breiliu, It i, the longest line in
Germany.
Vienna, Sept. 12.—The Bohemian
Diet wis opened yesterday. The German memben declined to ait.
THE KOSE ESTATE.
London, Sept 12.— Truth to-day
rumors that Sir John Rose's personality is nearly $400,000, and says this it
four timet sb much at his friends expected.
PKOr.  PBOCTOB HEAD.
New Vobk, Sept. 12.—Prof. Kioh-
ard A. Proctor, the celebrated attron-
omer, died at Willard Parker Hospital,
in thia city, this evening from yellow
fever. He arrived here from Oakland,
Fli., where he hod in nbtervitory, on
Monday and wu immediately prostrated with the disease, which the bait
dooton unhesitatingly pronounced
yellow fever. Other doctors doubted
thit the disease wm really yellow fever, but their doubts were removed
when the patient wu leizod with black
vomit this evening aad died from iti
effects. The Profetsor had engaged
a pottage for Europe, intending to tail on Saturday. His family
.re itill it Oakland, Fit, where no
yellow fever has been reported.
EDUCATION.
London, Sept. 12.—Cardinal Manning haa written a letter to Mr. Glid-
itono saying thit he is a staunch defender of the voluntary ichooli and ia
agaiait tbe secular education acts posted by Parliament in 1870. The ven
arable prelate sayi he intenda to deal
with the subject ifresh and vigorously
after the meeting of the Catholio bish-'
opsin October. In a recent article on
the (ubject Mr. Glidstone seemed to
•dmit thit the act. of 1870 were dan-
Kroui »nd that the principle woiked
dly, impoiiiig unfair butdem upon
the people.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
DISSATISFIED WITH POWEBDLY.
PirrsBi'Bo, Sept. 13.—The republican knight, of labor here ire much
diuitisfied with Powderly's course and
h»ye sent lome questions to him. The
fint challenge! his position on Litch-
mon's coune, the tecond with beiug
in piy of the democratic party and doing no more good in hii potition than
if he had resigned and took stump,
•nd the third with making three political campaigns after he wis elected
mayor of Scranton, in opposition to
the rules of the order, The other
ohargei ire thit he postponed the sos-
•ion «f the general luembly until
after the olectiun when he may accept
Cleveland, offer of the comniiiiioner-
■hip of the department of labor, or, if
Harriion il elected, to take bit old
place.
WHEAT MABKET.
Livkbi-ool, Sept.  13 Wheat, uo
inuiryj 7i. lOd. @8.. lOd.
Chicaiio, Sept. 13.—Wheat, Sept;,
901,90": Oct. 8»J, 00*; Nov., IIOJ, 00'.
New York, Sept. fa—Wheat cash,
99..101 j Oct., »7g,985; Nov. 0% Dec,
lOOJ, 100'; May, 104}, 10BJ.
THE llKI'l'llLll.ANS JUBILANT.
Washington, Sept 13. -To say that
tho republicans aro jubilant hardly ox-
prcsso. Ihe situation.. There is uot
one man of tbeiuiu tua-u who dooB not
feel moro o.mfid,»it i hnn ho did before.
Tho manly letter iif nccqibiuco from
Geiiornl Harriion, coming as it did on
the t..p of tho Maine victory had acted
aaa clincher. The letter itself has
met with an unusually warm reception
mi both aides at the capital. The dnu-
ocrn'i Bisort, while being unwilling to
give much credit to a candidate of the
opposition patty, that it is practical
and likely Iii do his party a great deal
of good. There never was, in fuct,
mi.ro proiio hum,, .fur aity political ut-
toranoes thnn was given for Gonna!
Harris'ii's letter of acceptance in
Washington tuday. It was the leading topic of conversation at tho capital Only a few democrats could mutter hardihood enough to condemn the
loiter, and they who do so, did it pure-
Ip on political groundt. Senator Sherman wai one of the foremost of republicans who were in universal praise of
the document. He laid thit it was
thoroughly American, wonderfully
comprehensive, and that it ring, like
. bell.
A riTCHID BATTLE.
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 13.—Thero wu
.» pitched battle la Judge Maguire't court
tfwtorday during thi trial of tho onto
ftmily Frey »gtliiit W. A, Frey, whioh
is an action for her maintenance, S. T.
Brown, plaintiff's brother, was incensed
at certain question! asked Mrs. Fry by
J. J. Dwyer, hoi1 husband's attorney, on
the. previous day, and caught him by the
throat and. pammeled him until they
were separated by the, court officials,
Frey then rushed up and dealt hia bra-
ther-ln law a terrible blow in the fto.
with his fist   i,-i 1
URDOHENT SUSTAINED.
San Fbanoisco, Sept 13.—In the suit
brought aome time igo by the Vulcan
powder company against a number of
other companies ti) recover damages for
the broken trust which had been entered
into on terms Which Interested tho com.
panies when they agreed upon the price
of dynamite within oertain states and
territories, the demurrer oovtt, In tut-
taming judgment, held that trust, rhuat
bo considered a restraint on trade and
therefore against tbe publio- iriterests.
FATAL INJURIES. -
New Yom, Sept. IS.—While a gir-
der, seventy feet: long and weighing
six tons, was being put in place in the
47th regiment armory thi, morning it
fell to the floor, carrying down two
men: Peter McCord, who was bruised,
and Thoi. Wilson, whose skull was
fractured; the litter also received fatal
injuries. ■■■' ■■■'.' v ■
INTEBBST in OtatoiNSoVs Exgounos.
SanFliANorSco, Sept.'IS.—The interest taken by the public in the execution of GoJdenson, which will take
place to-morrow, is unprecedented.
Particulars will be repotted by th.
newspaper,, which will all itiue extra
edition! oh that account. A petition
waa filed thia morning by, hii mother
in the supreme court praying thit a
writ of mandate be issued to Sheriff
McMann commanding him to produce
Goldenson to have hia sanity inquired
into. The murderer haa rallied considerably aince yesterday, and spends
his time in singing original longs, suoh
as "Alex going home." When told
that the deputies were placing support,
under the galleries he asked how many
supports were to bi - placed.'' He wu
told there were seven on eioh tide.
He aaid, "Oh, there1! my fatal fourteen igain, I dreamt of it", He hi*
atked Ihe sheriff'for a number of passes
to distribute aiming to* 'fHende.
A   BIO FIBE.      |,
Syracuse, Sept 13 —The Grand
Opera house, together with the itock
and flxturet of five firms, were burned
early this morning. The block extends
from East Genetee to East Pearl it
The loti ii about' $160,000, and only
partly insured. -
THE   RETURNS.
Lbwmton, Me., Sept , 13.—The
complete returns to the Journal givn
Burleigh, republican, 'for governor,
79,603, md Putmu, democratic, 61,-
108. The senate ia wholly republican,
and the house haa 124 republicani and
28 democrats.
SEVERAL MEN INJURED.
Marshfield, Wii., Sept.13.—While
a gang of 31 workmen, employed on
the Wiscomin Central R. B., were
going home on the hand on hut evening the handle of the forward on.
broke on* M^ofJJuiflujo we. thrown
under it. The fafloSvrog can rah into it
and 3 can were. derailed, while five
men wen badly injured.
COIOIANDEB-IN-PHIEF 8.A.B.
Columbus, Ohio,- Sept 13.—Wm,
Warner, of Mitiouri, hu been elected
commander-in-chief of the grind irmy
republic.
NO FEARS OF YELLOW. FEVEB.
New Yobk, Sept 13,—Th. body of
Prof. E. A. Procter au been removed
to an isolated dead houte on North
Brother bland. The health author!-
tiei have no feirt of any further cues
of the yellow jack and diny that there
are any othen known to exiit in the
city.
SEVERE STORM.
Prtsbubo, Sep1.13-—A lerere hail
■nd thunder storm lut night did much
damage in eutern Ohio md western
Pennsylvmii. At Baretvillo, Ohio,
four penom wen prottrated by lightning and one fatally injured. Ahoy
named Merritt wu killed aad a young
lady torioutly injured at Johnitown.
Pa. Hailttonet five-eighthi of an inch
in length fell, bniking hundreds of
window! ind deitroying green hou.es
a, well at ttripping treet.
FLOODS.
Vienxa, Sopt 13.—The floods in
Austria havo done a great dell of dam.
age to crops ind property, while three,
fourth, of Trieste is under witer.
FAVORABLE TO KNIOHTS OF LABOR.
New York, Sept.' 13.—A cable dii-
palch from Borne to tho Catholic News
announces that the Papal decree on
iho knights of labor question ll favor-
able to organization and hit been forwarded to Cardinal Qibboni.
THE I'ELLOW FEV.B.
Jauksonville, Sept. 13, — There
have been 62 new owes and six death!
during the put 24 houn, miking a
total of 800 catea since the fever wu
fint discolored, 108 of. which have
died nnd 230 have recovered.
SILK RIBBONS I
Those of pur readers who would like to
havo an elogant, large packago of -.extra
fine, Assorted Ribbons (by mall), in different widths and all the latest fashion-
•bio shades; adapted tor Bonnet String.,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hata
and Dretscs, Bowl, Fancy Work, *c,
can got an astonithiugblg bargain, owing
to tbe recent failure of i Urge wholeatle
Ribbon, Minuhoturlng Co., hy .ending
only £S cent, (.tamps), to tha address
wo give below.
As i special offer, this house will give
ifonWe the amount et any other firm in
America If you Will land tho namet tnd
P. O. address ef ton newly mirriid ladies
when ordering tnd mention the nam, el
this paper. No pieces laws thin onaiird
In length. Satisfaction Is guarantee, et
money ohoeili%.r*toriilejf. Thru pick
LoitDori RIbboiiAoenoy,    .
dwiplOyl Jeney City, K. J, gailg $riti0h Columbian
TharuUr Evealas. Sept.
Otyt Ameriean neighbors are jde-
tailmined to-isake the most out ofitlie
fliitherto lajfynt. resources of theiflecp
■eaUiherieron the North Pacifio
Coait, even if we, through the
dilatoriness of the Dominion authorities, and other causes, are "getting
left'-'on-the whole deal. The fishing
ichooner Mollie Adams, which made
such a latiifaotory haul of halibut
Mrlier in the season, has just returned to, Seattle again, after a fishing
tour of lix weeks in the vicinity of
Queen Charlotte Inland, with 175,-
000 poundi of halibut, salted on
board. The catch of halibut made
by the Mollie Adams this season is
remarkable, and the crew spook
highly of the fishing outlook in' the
waters off Queen Charlotte Island
and Alaska. The lost catch include! about 5,000 halibut, the average weight of which is about 100
lbs. eaoh before being cleaned.
When dressed and boned each fish
averages a net weight of 33 j, lbs.
The cargo, it is said, will be snipped
to Gloucester, Mass., to be smoked.
Captain Jacobs, owner of tbe Mollie
Adams, is said to be negotiating for
a new steamer, the Novelty, of
about 370 tons, to engage in fishing
along this coast. A gigantic company, with a capital stock of $2,000,-
000, is reporter) to be investigating
the prospects of equipping a fleet of
schoonen for engaging in fishing
along the waters of Puget Sound and
the Pacific coast This scheme, if
carried out, will necessitate the immigration to Puget Sound of a large
colony of eastern fishermen. In
calling attention to a paragraph in a
Tacoma paper, the other day about
the "oppression"'of the C.P.R., with
regard to Manitoba, we mentioned
that the N.P.B. was not far behind
in the "oppressing" business. This
fact is being illustrated in a very
unpleasant fashion for the inteiests
of the American Pacific coast halibut fishermen. A Seattle exchange
lays the Northern Pacific railroad
oompany has raised the freight rate
on nit fiih to $1,40 per 100 lbs. since
the passage of the retaliation bill,
being an increase of fifteen cents
per hundredweight. This rate is almost prohibitive, and it is said that
unless the N.PiR, agrees to more
reasonable rates, the great bulk of
the fish will be shipped over the
Canadian Pacific Bailway.
We understand that a few farmers
in thii district have in view the
railing of hops for the market, and
are preparing ground for this purpose. To luch the latest advices
from ihe, hop fields of Washington
Territory, and other places will be of
intereit The outlook for good
fieldi and good prices lor hops this
year in th. adjoining territory is
•aid to be moat encouraging. Pickers
are going in in such numbers that
little lots will be experienced from
that source, and tho yield will average a satisfactory one in every place
in the hop raising district Prices
range at present from 171 to 18
cents, with the almost certain prospect of going up to 25 cents before
. two weeks. Indians have been employed aa pickerstoa great extent
in the hop fields of Washington
Territory, but this year more whites
have been employed, it is said, than
at any previous season, insoinecasps
entire white families taking possession of the field*. If comfortable
lodging accommodations were generally provided by the growers, says a
Tacoma paper, tlie time may come
when Indian pickers might be largely dispensed with, and the money
earned'by them would go to support
civilised people. A Black river hop
grower advertises tor 150 men, women and children to pick his crop.
He guarantees good wages and shel
ter and.good food at $2.50 per week,
£. Meeker at Co., one of the largest
hopgrowersof the Puyallup, will,
it is said, send the bulk of their
large crop to London, Bng., direct,
as fast as cured and baled, One
grower is credited with having made
profits of from $12,000 to $20,000
on his lait year's crop, Advices
from tbe hop regions of Now York
state that the crop is light and of a
very poor quality, not over half a
crop it ii estimated. There have
been no contracts made at figures
above 25 cents per pound. Growers
do not seem disposed to sell, but are
holding off for better prices. There
is a good demand. In England the
weather has not been favorable for
the crop prospects, and in Germany
the hop crop hai suffered from blight,
earning the market to advance 20
marks. The price of hops, as any
one may observe, variea considerably
in different Beasons, from various
cautei. The figures being obtained
this year are very satisfactory, on
account principally of partial crop
failure! in some of the producing
centres of the world. With all the
fluctuation,, a good profit is reilized
from hop-raising, »nd reipeotable
fortune! have been mode in the adjoining territory at this induitry,
It !• unneceuary to inform our
home readers that Britnh Columbia,
especially thii district, i« admirably
- adapted to hop-raising. There is no
reison why maoyToF onr farmers
should not go into this branch of in-
dtntrf exteniively, and rcallie large
ptoHU.
OkUdm-bffor Jfehr-'sbito-ia
It's an ill wind that blows no
good. The retaliation message of
tbe president, among other things,
is testing the latent but ardent loyalty of the French Canadians. If
doubts have boeji entertained by
anyone on this wore, they may now
be summarily relegated to the nsh-
barrel with other useless truck, as
abundant evidence is forthcoming
that our brethren of the "lower province" will rally round the national
flag with a rush and a cheer, in true
French impulsive fashion, and fight
shoulder to shoulder with their En-'
glisk-speaking brethren from every
province of the Dominion, to repel
an invader (should there ever be
one) or to uphold the national dignity. An exchange says that a
conservative meeting was held at
Nicollet, Que., recently, and that
Sir Adolpho Oaron, minister of
militia, was present and spoke on
retaliation. His speech is said to
have created a sensation. "A threat
come to us," he said, "from a great and
powerful people, but if that nation is
proud of its flag, of its wealth, of its
power, and its population of sixty
million, I as a French-Canadian say
that I am as proud of our live million inhabitants and of our flag,
which is the emblem of liberty and
justice. We are absolutely fearless
and independent, and. since President Cleveland's message has been
published I have been proud to see
that we have closed up our . ranks
without regard to party, ready to
stand by our country in the hour of
danger. I am ashamed of Mr.
Laurier's speech at St Thomas, in
which.he attacked the governmentfor
ill-treating the Americans, lie was
a coward when he said that, and
showed himself willing to sacrifice
the great cause of the nation; but,
my countrymen, do not got excited
over the threats of our neighbors.
They nre joolous and envious of our
great progress and our transcontinental railroad. We are the fifth
marine power in the world, and in
the event of trouble the fishermen of
the Gulf of St Lawrence would in a
moment of danger rush as one man
to the defence of our rights. We
do not want to tight with our neighbors or with any one else, but would
we sacrifice our rights for the sake
of peace! (Cries of 'No, no, never!')
No, I knew you too well to think
such a thing. I any to you, as Jong
as you maintain your rights youjwini
be respected, and tho United States
Will not attempt to carry out its
threats." Sir Adolpho was very
much excited during his speech, and
the Frenchmen waved their hats and
cheered until they were hoarse over
the patriotic sentiments he uttered.
It is actually the impression in this
part of Quebec, among ignorant
French-Canadians, that Canada and
the United States are on the brink
of a bloody war, and tbat Sir
Adolpho would need very little urging to call out the militia and drive
all the Yankees into tho gulf.
Mr. It. O. Win'ow, Tbronto, wrltesi-
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free fiom that sensation, which every'
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Power of Attorney.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THK
Province, Mr. John C. Brown, Postmaster, holds my Power of Attorney, and
Ir autborl_ed to represent me In any sale
of my real estate In the city or district.
dsolOml        WILLIAM CLARKSON.
BlflT kpKal
FOR SALE, A DOUBLE BUGGY AND
Harness. The Buggy is new and Is
iii everv respect good. The Harness In In
good order. Also, a
Complete, and has beon used only a few
months. CostSSi, but will beso'd forKO.
Also, 8ft APPLE BOX EH, and a largo number of Strawberry Boxes, ut a bargain.
Apply to     MAJOR A PEARSON,
Ileal Estate Age tit*,
Bank nf B. C. Block. dwselltc
1888.
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Ij 20, Township 12, New Westminster
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with vine maple and alder nnd Is easily
cleared. The Llllooet rivor put-Ben along
Its northern boundary. Distance from
Port Haney railway station, 2 miles; distance from school house, %-mlIe.
This valuable property will be sold at a
biirguin.  Apply ^O
JOHN FITZPATRICK,
On the Premises,
Port Haney P. O. dwJlyWml^
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
messrs. w. j. walker a comp'y
have lots for sale In the city from
$30 upwards.
Also, immediately adjoining the City
limits from $.*& upwards; and a few remaining lots at Sapperton at $100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Formlug Land In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the line uf railway; and Acre
Lota at Brownsville iu tlrm-class situations
at profitable rales.
Intending investors nre Invited (o call
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Tho advertiser*! oflfer their services as
■note jor-Uie PURCHASERS of property,
fifilft-lHich will give the fullest Information nnd advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any proposed investment lu land, whether in
their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, City. dw7autc
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Km balm Ing a SpeoUUy.
Dealer In Wooden anil Jflttalle Burial Catketn. Funerals conducted.
A full line of Collin Trimmings always on
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MINING STOOK BOUGHT AND SOLD
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OjTjTIOEI; MeKeBlle It., aeir Coram.
bl.8t., Westminster.    dwau20ml
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Peterborough, Out.
Manufacturers of
Gam. Cimulai aud Hiaw Band Saw Mut,
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F.G. Strickland & Co.
MIUWRICHTS MD MtCHAHIMl EHCIHIERS,
WHTHUfSTEB,
Their Sole Agent, fol- thla Province,
We are now building a special lino of
Machinery for thla country, equal to anything built ou tbe American continent.
Before making any changes you will do
well to corre.pond with our agent..
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auMwte ;     i IMtuini,
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UNTIL FURTHER  NOTICE,   ^Lll
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A Bare GbanGB for alomily I
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A FARM CONTAINING M0 ACRES
A Prairie Land, 6 miles from Pbrt
Moody, 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road.
Cau be purchased with or without stock.
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dwaulStc Vancouver,
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POUT HAMMOND
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Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
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variety.
Everything flrat-alaBS and furnished In
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1*1. Kent! 15 cUt, for valuable 80-pnge Be"
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N. C. HcKeen & Son
HAVING OPENED ON
Front Street, 0pp. C. P.N. Wharf,
■WISHES TO INFORM THB PEOPLE
Yv of Westminster that tbey are prepared to nil
Choice Family Groceries
Clothing,
At LOWEST PRICES. Call and Inspect
our Stock before purchasing elsewhere,
and you will save money by It.
dse7ml
e money by I
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TNTENDH TO OPEN ON THE Oni SEP-
1 TIMBER, In tbe new
QUEEN'S HOTEL BUILDINi,
recently erected by Mr, Duncan, a General Stationery and Fancy Goods Store.
Being thoroughly experienced In the
trade, and having made arrangements to
fet regular supplies direct from the English and foreign market*, she hopes to receive tbe support of the eltlxons of New
West -minster aud surrounding districts.
A larye variety of CHRISTMAS CARDS
and CHOICE FANCY GOODS and FINE.
ART PUBLICATIONS arc now ou the
way and will be received iu time for the
Christmas trade.
The QoodH will be marked nt the lowest
prices FOR CASH ONLY. dwselml
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
Fislilnit Tackle.
ALL K1NDR OF oTOIvHNO GOOD*
BEAR, BEAVER AND All OTHER TRAPS.
Spe«Uolei ftnd Sewivg Uuline Keedlei
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iw-Tiie latgest assortment of Single
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(u 9100.  W.W. Greener Guns,
8. H. WEBB,
Auctioneer A Appraisbr.
New Westminster, B. O,       dwselOmS
M.A. McRAE.
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
O vcrcoatlng.Trousering and'
Fancy Vesting.       |
SS* We keep a large aud select stock of
everything that la found In any Drat-olata
Tailoring Establishment.
Opposite Colonial Horn.
Columbia St.,  • New Wimnttsin.
dwmbW.
WANTED
DULY-CERTIFI0ATE1) ENGIIS EER
h  for the Btft "Fairf*ftueen.'» Apply on
-•fcTOTIQS.
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HOLDEN AT KBW WEBTMINSTBB-
THE    SITTING    OP   THE   ABOVE
Court M. been postponed from Wednesday, H.pMmber 51b, until WeSMadSjr,
•ct.trd.oi which all plalntlfls, defendants, witnesses and Juror, will .take notice and govern themselves accordingly.
W. H. PAlDiNO,   :
IttVlatrar.
Dated August 27th, 1883. dau27tlB.il
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   (Or*. O P.R. Dbpot)
Vancouver, B. €.
H
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X with a leading English makerl.m
spared to do all binds of Ropalrlng at
idderate prices.
•or Special attention to re-stocklugand
re-brownlng,	
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Real estate Brokers and
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Ul ■ •   ; ■•.-,-■, "* .*** yr
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Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Colimblagt„0pp.M(Kenil*Ht.,
NEvf WKSTMINSTER, B.C.
.   iliaplatc
,-M'IES IN8DRED IN THE ABOVE
: Company, whose Premiums are pay-
,_ jr. at Eastern points, can have the place
sf payment thereof obanged to this city,
free of charge, by applying to Iho undersigned.
ttr Bisks taken la tklt leading Canadian Company at most favorable rotes.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
C. E. WOODS
LtHI SlIVIVO,.
A. G. GAMBLE,
HlIIIY PlIUO,
Msteiytfi
LANDSurweveae,
l|IUtlUMI,t|
AND CONVEYANCERS.
    Jttttmxram »q»
FOML-Th. Western of Tonwlo.The-.Ct-
no, The Oity of London, and Th, Hartford,
un,—The Now York Life Insurance Co,
ACCIPBNT-The Travellers'.of Hartlnrd
Laud tarvajrlsg In all Its branobes accurately and promptly carried out.
Cltj/ and Subatrbas Land, for Sal..
Wo can show a complete list of dMlrablo
looallUes.
Vavaalsi L.sd.. Improved and uninv
proveu, throughout the dlslrlct.
Minis, and other Stook bought and
told.
Mon.j to Loss on first mortgage at
low rate.. 	
Tblbpiionb Cail No. 83.
p.o.dbawbbw.
W00»S,ItBJfr!R*6AHBlK,
Omni, Eiuiri iLtei,  •  Cilumiii tnin
NEW WESTMINSTER
dmhltto
FOE SALE.
House $t Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of tho Finest Loeltioni in thi Oity.
Ot.
WANTED.
SITUATION WITH A LUMBER FIRM
i  by a practical, experienced and capa-
e young man.   Particulars and references by mail.  Address
"     B S. P. SMYTH
danl.ml   St„Fulgcnce, Hugvenay.'p. Q..
House for Salel
f RS. EMMA GOLD OFFERS HER
L keanllhil realdenre. situated on
avoyal Avenue, opposite Capt. Irvlng-s—
the ''Nob Hill" of WestmlnBter-on reasonable term**.—Apply direct to
LjdauW(o.., ^1^.:EMMA.QPLD...
'Dress-Making!
Masses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C
l-rSatltfaellon guaranteed.      dapllbi
ktwm,^ssmo»9t
(UTS-OIipWI^UID)
Corner of Church and. Columbia Street.,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
MTHatlafactlon guaranteed,    dwfertc-
A BARGAIN.
If-OR SALE-lflO
! situated on at!
from Brownsville
bottom*: balance 3
of small house B
Srovetfents, »uel
c.  Further po|
atthlsomce.
■ACRES GOOD LAND,
tank rood, about 8 miles
'Portion of land rich
ghtly timbered, Frame
| premises; other im-
iflH clearing, draining,
fculars on application
lUSERHtilLLOTTS
c" 5p:fi..pens
C0LDMEDAL-PARIS.IV'7S-
Agents! T. N. HIBBEN sV CO., V lotorla,
;.., dwooSyl    '
NOTOE.
Canada Life Assurance Go,
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS: Port nancy.
OFFICES: Corner Colombia and Mary
1 Sts., How W_mi»Mr.     dwmhlolc
asroTXCE.
N'
the
OTICE IS   HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have applied to tlio Minister of
'Interior for a license to cut timber on
the following lands in the District of Now
Westminster, namely:
All that piece or parcel of land lying
Immediately south of. Lot number Four
hundred and forty-seven, Group Two. us
shewn on the plan of Township number
Three, Range 28 West, of tho Sixth Meridian DlstiJiitof New Westminster, descried as follows:—Commonolng at the southeast corner of Bald Lot 447; thenco south
40 chains, thence west lo Cl-cuin lake,
tbenotj following the eut shore of said
lake nnd the outlet thereof to the west
boundary of Lot 447; thence south to the
southwest corner of said Lot 447, thence
east to place of commencement--Dominion surveys.
Dated this loth day of August, A.D. 1888.
KNIGHT BROS.
By their Agenta,
daulOml Corbould A McColl.
i\4>*_1* Uviiiah and
flercantlle
IT I RE
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1609.
Autborlied Capital,   •
Subscribed     •<
PtM np,
Fire F«Dd * Beimei, u
•t:31it Dec, 1887,
Be-enae Fire Inneb,
£3,000,OM
b,SM,«t»
6.5,000
W88.1II
1,«9,M4
"E^Rates as Low as any other,
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 8, JAQUES,
AmbI
Dittrl
it for N.w Westminster Oity and
itrict. djeiKto
OF THREE HUNDRED AND
TY ACRES.
Houbo, Barn; 40 acres fenced and nadir
cultlvatloB.
$1000 Cash j Balance on long time.
OP TWO HUNDRED IAHD FORT?  '
ACRES.
100 torn good Prairie; Balance easily
cleared.   Good Barn and other Improvements.
Part dowB|Balatm.B Mrs*
Also-a^nmbtr of WafOIaVlBsC-
fdes, rUelgbg. Btar.sM.aT.UIe,
Horse*, *c.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
IJ_UIJWH_fi*tV
ItoiBonHojJ|rinfi8jfi.C,
HIUW A»-nUSVU BBSOBI.
STBAM.SAH, A BOW BOATB ON it AND
XADWl   DEPARTMrMT BSBABATK.
VUm.itl.IO I. .1.00 p.r d.y.
Only I mllM from AmbbI.station, C. P.
R. Reduced B. R^n3a«.amboat rates.
Excursion rMM stod for 30 day. from
Westminster to Agassi. Station and re
ar*.
ilon rat., l
V.W. Oomto
l*. Tlokeu c
b.abt.lBttlMR.B.«SI*n     a>r«ataw>    sj.lM
W.O. LOYE,
r___#Msii Shu llaker.
Repairing..R-allr Oau... Cork Sol.
Work a Specialty.
•s-Onfcir, promptlj' attendld to.
Olarkaon St., In rear ol Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros,' office,  dnolte
CITIZENS
For BvW Mile of the N. W. S.
I hay. 2- WIRE MATTKK8SE8, which
will be sold oheap'tbr
asTLadies—Don't buy your BABY
BUGGIES till my order arrives, in a abort
"-ie.
P.PEEBLES,
aiilto Columbia St.
NOTICE 19HKR*£BY Q1V-EN THAT,
80 days after dote, we Intend making
application to the Honourable tbe Minister of the; Interior of Canada fora lease,
for Umbering purposes, on the following
desortbed tracts of land eituated In the
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vIbj—Commencing at a
post marked J, (5. B. and J. McL. 120
chains, about northwest from theoutlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's appJiaaUon; thence
went 240 chains, more oritjii to a post
marked J. ti. ll. and J, MoL., S;W.; thence
north 80 chains to a post marked J. O.R.
and J. McL., M. E,; thence west 240 chains,
more or less, to a post marked J.O.K.
and J. MeL., N. W; thenee south 100
chains, mrre or leBs, to a post marked j,
G. IL and J. McL., 8. E.j thence east 40
cbalnB, more or less, to a post marked J.
ti. It. and J. McL., 8. E.J tnence south 80
chains, more or less, to a post marked.!.
O. R. and J. McL., fi. W.; thence east 40
chains, moro or Icbb, to a post marked j.
O. R. and UJ MoL., B. E.; thence south 240
chains, more or Icbb, to a post marked J.
ti. R. and J. MoL., H. W.; thenoe eaot 400
chains, more or Icbb, to a post marked J. '
ti. R. aud J. McL, 8. j5,; thence north 80
chains, more or lees, to a post marked J,
G.B. and J.McU, N. -W*J tlience east 40
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J. McL., 8. E.; thence north 120
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
CI. II. and J. MoL, near Brunette Sawmill
Co.'h application: thence along said application to the place of commencement.
Also Section 84, the west half of Section
30, and the east half of Section 27, all In
Township Twelve <12), District of New,
Westminster, Province of .British Colum-'
■.;,!- JAMES G. ROSS,
JAMBS MCLAREN.
By their Agent,
■ o.D. Rand.
New West., B. C, 28th Aug., 1888.  dau3lm
1888.
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m CHANGE OF OPINION.
- <'!•]• tuli uoeasistl" tniil Sfrikailton
~ UmKhmtoft of-hsr brlci-t olieatnnt
-fojajld-ithlnk yon..-,were: a
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Aa Sirs. Carlton Ray find her dau£ liter,
Adela, sat on the oool piuzza of tbo fashionable summer hotel, the casual observer could hardly havo ilis'.li'.Tiiislied
without a iicond glance which was
mother and whioh daughter—both were
so young and fair.
Mrs. Ray wis a, dimpled, rosy little'
widow, with eyea aa blue ns tho midsummer sky, a complexion like n rose-leaf,
and a mouth which smiled at you lllio
, that of a •ix-montn*' old baby; while
Adela, tall nnd (lark, with toft haaelcyea,
•nil dark brown braid., had a gravity of
iB»nnor far more natural In leiniingtian
tb|t other mothir.
'•Ou.«*n'lJul* on.;, heart, mammal"
pouted Ailcla, evidently taking umbrage
at her mother's lecture,
"Oh,   flddlestlckal"  said  Mn,  Bay.
"Don't talk about hearts, Addy; It's a
..mere nbyslojoglcal term."
■  "But, mamma, I love hunt''       •   -
"There it ia again!" sighed the dimpled
widow. "Lovel Why, Addy, I'm astonished at you I"
"Well, mamma, what am I to dot"
"Dof Why, look out for an eligible
parti ot course, with lots of cash and a
'    boose In Madbjon avenue, and a yacht,
.lid all that sort of thing, if yon must
fall la love." ' ' -
"It'l'very pllln to see (hat you never'
were In love, mamma."
"No; nor anyone else, Addy. Depend
upon It, it'i all pretty phrases out of
storybooks, LoYemear.8 a nice establishment, with plenty of money, a cottage at
Newport during LJuvMMsn, and a styliih
I ..wedding."
Adela thook betbead.
"It'i all very will to talk, mimrol;"
■he aaid with a little sigh like thi stirring
of aKphyr;,''but fditothit, I love Grjy
Hawkeaworth."
"Guy Hawkelworth, lndeedl" eohoed
the little widow aeornfally. "Why, he
tuun'ta penny In tbe worldl"
"B«t hell ao Intellectual, mammal"
"Intellect won't keep tbo pot boiling,
child, and Greek roots aren't half so good
aa turnips for everyday rue."
"Mammal" -. —a«i
"Addy, it's all nonsense! I won't hear
.'another word."'
"But be Is coming here to-night, with
his uncle, ranmma, to call."
"Very well; then we'll take particular
pains to be not at home,"
Addy pouted, nnd even cried a little,
bnt her mother was relentless.
"It is just the old days of your childhood over again, Addy," said Mrs. Carlton Ray, laughing, "when I used to take
away the tcltsors to keep you from hurting your blessed little fingers. There's
so use crying; you can't havethe scissors,
ma petite. I never did see suoh a goose
In all my llfeas you are."
Consequently, Adela Ray was not a lit-
Jl. surprised, a few days subsequently,
n. the entered the parlor, to, seo her
' mother chatting., on the sofu with the
identical Guy Hawkes worth anil Lis undo
—the latter a tall, stylish-looking man of
three or four and. forty, with Jet-black
hair, and a akin bronted by exposure to
tbe suns and winds of a tropical climate.
"Mamma," she cried, when the guests
bail finally taken their leave, "how on
earth came you to see them?"
"I couldn't help It," said Mrs. Carlton.
Ray, with a slight gesture of Impatience.
.."That stupid Thompson showed thorn
right Into the room before I could get a
.... chance to slip upstairs."
"How handsome Guy's uncle is!" cried.
Addy enthusiastically.
"Handsomer" echoed Mrs. Cirlton Ray
carelessly. "So yon call him handsome?
lie is altogether too dark for my fancy."
"I wonder If hi Is rich!" said Adela
reflectively.
"Richf No. Guy wu tilling mo bit
hUtory-such s romaatlo one-how hi
hidlmt ill hi, tortus. Inth. diamond
traeflofBfl«ll."'1''^.;;.,;.^:i    J
"Then be won't do for me to bombard
with my fasclnatloni," laughed Addy.
'   "No, certainly not," uid Mrs. Carlton
Ray declilvely.
"Well, mamma, yon needn't ipeak io
sharply," uid Addy Ib a plaintive voice,
"Of conne, I waa only m jet about it.
Why, hill old enough to be my grandfather." "
, "Nomina*, Addy, hi', only forty-thrie
yunold."
"Iin'tthslrathira»a)l*«t»" "
"Indted.no-lt'ijuiltheprim.oflifi."
■'! Adiylookld.thMBiotherlnMmeiur-
prlu.
"Will, -offana," the lnighid, "have It
yonrownway."
"Thttt U.no way about It," uid Mn.
Csrllon Ray. "Bo Its uptWraand gat
z&£Xtw:j$*°flvmau
And th. pntty little widow wu un-
wontidly illent and thoughtful for th.
• rut of th. fcrlght rnldeuinuier day,
"Mamma," uid Adc|a gleefully on.
morning, "I'vi got good newi for yon."
"Whatl.ltf"uk,d Mn-Crtton Hay,
glancing np eagerly from her book.
"Major Truiltt li to be her. to-morrow
-^hariah. widow,, that half th, girls In
town an raving about." .>.-
"WhstoflM"
" ''Wl»tofit,msinjBaf Iia'thiairleb
ai Crteeuif"
"Rlihl" fahtsd Mm. Carlton Ray, with
• alight acstnt of annoyance In ber voice.
.   ''tt seems ts its that this world of ours ts
getting more and more mercenary every
day."
Adela itand; .he wu quit, nnuied to
th. enunciation of this strain of lentl-
ment from her mother', littlo cherry-red
.-- testa.
, "Mamma, whit I. th.rn.tt.rf"
"Don't be.goon, Addy; what ihould
bothemattar'r" -.'• '
And Mn. Carlton Riy escaped out of
,   Lhedoorb.foreAd.il could ask any mora
que.tloni.
!'At .11 .Tints," thought Addy, "I'll
ww th, bin. ribbon on my Indian muslin
. draw. At.ramaua.il to talk a great deal'
about say making myeelf churning In
the eyessf the rich Major Truefltt, whan
- became;and thiri'i one thing quite cer-
taln~Guy Hawkeaworth likta blue, to it
won't b.Iove'1 labor lolt."
80 Addy ut down ainglng to her work.
Totrasapcaeawell-known aaylng, Ma-
.   jorTtu-flttiMi. and aaw, bnt Adela Kay
aotaqsendi -
Tb. old Bajor, within a month of hii'
arrlralat- SwaH. Foist, fill desperately
la love with tha tall, dark-eyed lassie,
who*. Jetty curl. - hung like the tendrils
of.vlnertmad her blue-veined temples,
.MUL laid bis tough,old heart.and his vast
fortMBai. jointly and lever ally, at Addy '1
itiln'Til.ipneredfMt,	
"I'll Mtwb.t mamm. says," said the
beautydeansWy.bul wltala bertelf thoi
d.t.nahred to be true and conttant to
poor Buy Hawketworth, who bad sots.
•■uqr.of hi, ten heyetAOttStrfhi
■ (if-^.**i*-litrlhTitor ts half a doien
..fASblowt^siagatlu.. ud a nor. of
'riom-ij&l4jnt'ollnj. fiirits2'**tS>.
•oomtlu.^ajjht.'iuit uiTh.wld»w_hid..
estlnguisbcd her light, and themeonltglat
lay in lustrous golden square! OBjtlw cir-,
pet, outlining the frame of tbeajB^day^   i
'H'm ilb%,*;ouiarD,i ot tt'tidrcssefT?"
.''.Vo,"' rfaU) .-Mi* Catltou   Ray;   "I
thought;Xwould enjoy toolovely moon-
light n littlo-Jr**,"" .
"Imn p:l.nl of that, mamma, for I hid
souietliliiK to toll you to-night.'?
"Something to tell lnef" ■■ f   i
"Yes. Major Truefltt has proposed to
me." ,
"But you have not accepted .him!" .'' ,,
Adda's qnick car caught. something
quito unwonted in the tones of the wid-i
ow'svolco.       '
"Why should"! net, mamma!" she
asked with wily demurencss. "He ii
rich."
"But you dOfi'tiloT^to, Addyf"
"Docs that mak. suoh a difference'"
asked Adela, amjllng in the shadows to
herself, <  " .:   „
"It makes all the difference In the
world, Adela," said Mrs, Carlton T. y
eagerly. "Yon mnBt marry Guy Iluwkca-
wortb, darling. I wont you to have a
happ7 home, because—"
"BccaUeo w^y^miinimaf" mercilessly
persisted At'ela, nestling up close to her
mother's aide.
"Because I am going to be married,'
Addy," whispered Mrs. C'.rltou K.-y,
thankful for tbe sciiil-iJnil.iiiss of 1 .0
moonlighted room, which I.til her b'.'u&Uis
from her danglt'terVsearchiBK r.'..-incc*.
"You, mamma! .And fo whom?"
i'To: Mr. Rudolph Hawkeaworth,
Addy," ~-   . g J       '.; ;,'.
"Whatl Guy's uncle, wbo lost bis fortune In tho diamond-mines of Br.-ir/'.f.-
Why, mamma, ho Is as poor as poverty's
•elfl"
"Hi la rich Ib a true heart and a noble
hatnre, Ad.la,".|rravoly responded her
"And he's dark as a glpty, and old
enough to be my grandfather!"    \ '
"Adela!"  . V ,
' "Mamma, darling, don't be vexed with
? A," pleaded tho girl.   "Indeed—ind. J,
m not in oarnoet; but do you really love
Wmf"
"1 do really love him, Addy."       ■ --
"Oh, mamma, after all.yon have laid
about hearts being only physiological
Ideas and true love a dream of ignorance!"
"Addy, dou't reproach me; I never
.knew what love wbb until-runtllhiiiked
mo to bo hU.wifo." -
"Then you are actually going to marry
him, Eiauiinnr"
"Yes." ,
"Without a fortune!" ■
"Without anything bnt hll own aobl.
heart."-
"And I may bo Guy Hawkeaworth',
wife!"
"You must follow tho dictate, of yonr
own heart, love."
"Mamma," whispered Addy, kneeling
down beside her mother, and hiding her
head }n Mrs. Ray's bosom, "I am ao
happy!'1
"So am I," answered the little widow, I
between laughing and crying. -
And Major Trueflti's suit waa urged in
vain. ;      ii      ;!
.       vi-, i    '1 ism 1      .
THE CONTAQION OF YAWNING.
gome Hints for Travelers Who Love Fan,
"Did you over notice hoi, contagious
yawning 1st" said a round-faced young
man watting for .a train.
"You can make liny inanjyawhlf you
go about it   properly," continued the
young, man.   'fl ljayo to travel a god
deal and 1 nmuso myeelf that way.. ,*a/p-.,
men yawn ofteuer than men, nud fat mm ,
oftcner than lc.iii'nl'cn.   The best "timo to '
mako them yawn Is early in themoniirg
and late at night.  Thea all they want ia
a hint and oIT they go.
"One nlnht last week lutnexttoiaold
gentleman.' I mado him yawn twenty-.
seven times in going three miles. Then I
was tired, but tlio old fellow pad got into
tbo habit and I thought ho would split
his jaws ho kept thcmaio far ipart."       '
The yoqng man had hardly, seated himself in the car before he tuned around
and stared straight nt a worklBgnun op-
oposltc, who, of course, looked at him.
Then the young man, leaned 1 againtt t lie
window, closed his eyes,opeaidhjs mouth
very wide ond began to yawn wHh.grcat
dellberatloh' and an air ot vttter weariness.
Tho man in th. bin. overall! became Ihtereited and itand Intently it thi,
wide open mouth and the closed lyes,
The young man put up his hand with an
affectation of covering "nil mouth, and
then, as UK was no use to try to check
an overpowering impulse, h. dnw his
hand away, threw his head Itill further
back.aml uttered that sound .peculiar to
the hearty yavrncr—ho-ho-ho.
A moment later tho man In the blue
overall, gave «vtd»nco of a twitching of
thoj-iwi, A .,pa)rasbot across his ohceks
and then/fls j taosth ppened aad hi
ynwlieil so a-aadoc that it  ap.iearcd et
though ho wero going to divide nnd tho
top of his head would go up into space.
- The working man waa now started aad
all tho way up ho kept yawning every
few moments. Then tbe young man
turned', lib attention to on old lady opposite with equal success.
THE TURKISH LAMPU8HTER.
His   FruntUv.  \Tay at Performing  s
Useful Function.
Thil functloniry Is a tali and gaunt old.
Mussulman, With a (lino mustache, au
embroidered scarlet jacket, aud a huge
"fustanollo."
He carries a ladder, a box of lurifer
matches, and a hug. green cotton nra-
brella. Ho plants hii ladder againtt thi
wooden pott, on tho top ot which a corn,
mon tin lamp ll fnicaurely fattened, aud
taking off the glass chimney open, his
umbrella to keep oft tbo wind.
Tlio lmndlo of the umbrella Is tucked
under hia arm, aud then balancing. It!m-
self on the rlckoty ladder iho. proceeds to
strike n light with hia, liiclfora, careff.' / '
protecting the sputtering flume with both
hia hands. 	
Naturally this is a slow-yrpeesi, and by
the tiino tbo dozen lamps ai. li./hird
everybody Is site tt.bome, for tiie,ml tu> ns
do not go ont at night; but retire to rest
at a very early hour,      -
• . .'   -'    .1    1        ''
MASTER, AN 0 SCHOLAR,
An ASMdot. «f John (art*r»p Uotloy.
Tho Rev. SamnolJ. May taught a •mall
loliool In Nahant, Mas"., for on, Hummer,
and among his pupila waa John Lothrpp
Motley, line
Forty yean afterward Bitter.and
scholar met in Rome.
"Mr. Motley," said Mr. May, "WUHh X
sm entitled to souic share of your great
reputation."   "'•
"Viry w.U/'*»ld th. historian, "you
may bar. all yon enn justly claim; provo
property and take It away."
"Why," Mid MrJMay. "hav* yon for.
gotten that I taught j•»» to readf"
"Did youf" Mjoluwl Mr. Motloyi"then
you mint h.ve douo tt well, tor I liataa.
known how -ttr iliio«"-j!o<iHi'i Cpm-
pauloB.
ilWMMv
Il a common expression, often heard
from those who have realized, by per-
Bonal use, the curative powers of Ayer'i
Cherry Pectoral. "Icannotuyenougb
In praise ot Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral, be-
UsTing as I.doiftlit, but tor its nie, I
Ihould long lines hav. died from lung
trouble*,—B. Bragdon, Palestine, Tex.
. About six monthi ago I had a severe
Mffhorthag. of the Lungs, brought on
by A dlltreaslng Cough, which deprived
m*of ileepaud rest; I hod used varioui cough bilaams and expectorants,
without obtaining relief. A friend ad-
vliedmetotry
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did 10, and am happy to say that It
helped me at once. By continued use
this mediolne oured my cough, and, I
am satisfied, aaved my life.—Mn. E.
Coburn, IS Second It,, Lowell, Man.
I hav. used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
for over a year, and sincerely believe I
ihould have been in my grave, had it
not been for this medicine. It has cured
me of a dangerous affection of the lungs,
lor.whioh I had almost despaired of ever
finding a remedy.—D. A.. McMuUen,
r, Province of Ontario.
Two yens ago I took a very severe Cold
which settled on my lungs. I consulted
physlolaBi, and took the remedies they
prescribed, bnt failed to obtain relief
until I began using Ayer's Chorry Pec
tore). Two bottles of this medicine
Mmplefatlynstoridmy health. — Lintlo
M.ijUen7WeBt Lancaster, Ohio,     tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
ftOo., Lowell, Mail.
$1; six bottles, sJ5.
J^TOTIOEL,
HEREAS MY WIFE, MARGARET
GIBSON, bos left my bed mid board
without any provocation whatever, thla Is
to notify all persons not to trust her on
my account, us I wilt not pay any debts
which she may contract,
....     JAMES GIBSON.
Chilllwhack, August*:. 1888.     dwau7m3
w
Jill USE'S
OLD STAND,
Opp. the 0. P. N. Co.'s Wlmrr,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Childjen's Apparel,
flr«ce»les» Crockery. Cord-
■   age, Ac
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
slay, Grain, Feed, &c
FARM PfVPDUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
FBOKT STBBBT,     •-   NBW WKSTtllNBTEB.
dmj-22ml "
CHINA  & JAPAN
[l*hlfleril'nT all BlnaTa of
CELEBRATED TEA,
I»hrold«riil8llk(iood8,
Shiwlt, Screent, Ded Qnllts,
Dretilng6ojr.ns,Ktc., Ktc.
i'j   -z-AVJOt*- '
IV>-^llMMi,-s-,MI<>|ianne,
Bronie, Iver", Bandalwood md
GnrlOlof Every Description.
rnrnnt -,n iw«» sieawr direct from
mm AUD JAPAH.
Hoping tbatyou will honor us with yonr
visit, wc remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, Hit WeITMIISTEI. S. 0.
Po.1 Offlee Box No. 7. ddeSyl
Mettei*n Life
ASSOCIATION.
ttMsBaleetstHal..
 -Si.oee.oe.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a homeIompany,
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it (rom the following
FACTS:- "'
The Seourny offered to policy holders Is
nnsurpaenod by any Company doing business In Canada,
It baa no schemes of Insuruuce, bnitlie
wellHistnbHshed lluew. hence the policy
, holdarsonnuotbe misted as to their con*
' lite •UtemeoU to the public can be readily understood, Its cash statement show*
Ing every Item of Income nnd how expen*
MtlonisoMiertniueil annually from
ed valuation in which every Item
llty Is Included.
Ita progress l*aa beou unexampled In
ir nfikrry of Insurance tn Canada.
It» polleUl aw Indisputable after three
yean, and non-torfeltable after two years'
existence,
It* proflta are distributed upon an equll*
able|M Tha proflu to one class of
policy uoldera are not tcsicned to give
HiWniform bonus plan orSistrlbutlon.
Ukenl teaanil... a. le ■Mtd.araa..
Tisvel.
J. K. MaeDONALD,
Mannglni Director.
%M PEARS0N
.  '      ,Ag,»t, New W..tmln«loi
thirl
MUSIC.
MISS FBGESE, luto of Seattle, W. T.,
la now prepared to give iiwtructions
on the Piano, will go to the homesof the
pupllsif desired. Residence—W.B. Lewis,
Agnes Blreet, djlynoic
SIGHTv.JWNDNESS
USE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OEffellRATBD
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended  by Leading  Oculists In
America,
S. __-5-_*_x- ris CO.,
dmyUOto    •!   AgcntfltNewWestintntiter.
Wm. L DashwoodrJonn
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
djeaito
THE WHITE IS KING
PARTIES DESIROUS OV PURCHAS-
X Ing Klumld not fall to give these celebrate^ Machine;- a trial.
€. J. ROBHON,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for  the celebrated White
Bronze Monument Co, ilji'lfitc
PIANOS AND ORGANS
' Of the Best Makers in the World.
THE WOnl.D-KENOWNED OKOANS
and PIANOS of  Unman A Hamlin
have arrived. The great HTKOK PIANO,
Willi patent susliiiiiiiiy in-iliil. Thi. mutch-
less DECKER 4. WINS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION I-IANOS and
OI10ANS. Have nlso 111 slock KONISCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos nnd
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos forrentand rent applied if purchased.
Call at
II. Peters' Music Store,
dwJeBlo Victobia,B.C.
—ANY MAN-—
Who Is Weak. Nervous, Debilitated,
who in his Folly and Ignorance hu
Trifle* away fill vigor of Body. Mind
aud Manbood.cn using exhausting drains
upon the Fountains of Life, Headache, Baokaehe, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bashfulncss lu
Snolety* Pimples upon the Face and
all the Bfleota leading to Early Decay,
Coneumptlon or limanlty, will find In
onr Specific No. 28 n Posit veCure, It
Imparls Yonthfni Vigor, restores the
Vital Power In old antTyoung, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds, up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our SpcoiSo No. 23 the mout obstinate
caso can be cured In three months, ond
recent ones tn legs than .30 days. Kucii
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price & Cures guaranteed. Our Hiieclfic
No. 24 Is an Infallible fnre for all Private Diseases, no ltnltter of how long
itanding; Sold under our written Guarantee to effect n Cure. Price 98, Toronto Medicine Co.. Toronto, Ont,
COISUWTW
That dread terror, a ditense so long
bailing Ndence and the mrmt. nktlleil
physicians, who know of nothing to
arrcttt, nothing to nllevlato, nothing to
cure. Now It Is uo louttor an Incurable malady even when glvi-n un by
physlclaUH, heallh t'aii yet be found In
OUR REMEDY; 11 heals and Honthes
tbemembranoof tlio Lung*-, Inflamed
and poisoned hytlic ravagt-s of tliln
full dlsense, and prevents the night
sweats and tlghtncRx amiss the client
which accompany It. Price $t,
cures   Guaranteed.
Toronto Medici no Co., Toronto, Ont
■MHK«Runna«BM________*
OVR ELEGANT rUKPAKATIOXS.
Remember we manufacture nnd are the
Bole proprietor.1' of the following special-
tics, aim that, tlieycftii bo had from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALEBV
DRUGGISTS. CorroapondotU'i; Htrlctly con-
IlilSmial. Consultation upon nil chronic
disease Invited. NO CHARGE except for
medlolnt-H, AU gooils «ent secure from
obHervaM-iti. Toronto Modteine Co,, Toronto, Ont.
HAIR  OOLORING.
Onr magiilttrent prenaratlons urowar-
ranted perfecHy hannleRs. We preparo
the following colors—the finer sh.itlcH
nrlso from the hair Itselfi Blitok, Dnrk
Si-own, Metliimi Brown, OlH'sMint.Mglil
lieHlnut. GoM Hlondu, Ash or Jilonue
Oendree. Semi sample of hair when ordering. Price, ti per bottle. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering pleaao epcolfy which von
requlri*; wc guarnntoe them to give entire
satisfaction. No. h imparts to the skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot be detected, ftl.2.5.
No. 9 romoves wiihhlcs, #2. No. 10 removes Liver Spota, |1,25,' No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, -"1.2ft. Nn. 12 romoves
Freckles, 11,85. No, 18 removes Pimples,
|1.2ft. No. N removes Tan, 91.25, No. 15
removes .Moles, tt. No. 18 removes Pock*
mai'Hs.B. No. 17 romovca undue Pen-pi*
ration,IllB, No. 18, an. absolute unfailing
spocltlo for the retention, development or
rcstortitlon of tho Hair, $1,25, Toronto
MedlclllO Co., Toronto, Ont.
THEBLWT,
No, 111 Is a embl noil Inteinal and exto^
nut treatment which apeedlly develop*
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous natuio. Ib entirety
harmless aiid certain tn results. Price 18.
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Out,
Dress Making Establisliment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHCRCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church..
Long Experience Is tb. bn.ls.lt,
 daOJlyUm   	
Lands.
Ii" YOU ARE PAYINQ FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay In SO
large dlscoumT
Serin can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
SJtJaTKSIBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FBOK
IHRBASHOV BRlTIaSU COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmhdto
To San Francisco. Cal,
BY WAT OP THB
Xnxxr-xim.
THE;»T.;SPIA ROUTE.
UulckerinTlmc than Any otber
Rontc between
Brand Scenic Bonte of the Facile
.     Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPER8
TOUMST.SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation or Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Faro from Portland.to.Sacramento nnd
San Franclscoi Unlimited, uii First
Clan (Limited), »W| Second ClaiB (Limited), »ll.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst, Gen. Freight A Pass. Agent,
  dloMo
DEALER IN
NKW WKSTMIXSTSR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
wood & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Hoots & Shoes,
Provisions * Oroecrlcs.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
•WAS wcusoaio whisky or tobacco we
can.hy temperate habit, anil careful economy, serve the publle at especially low
rates, dwjnioo
ip-M-AL
FIRE IKSURAUCE MMP'y,
1 Ou> Bboab Bi.ind 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUJilD 1808.
FOR INSUEING HOUSES 4 OTHER
Building!, Goodi, Wins, Merohin.
due, Manufaetnrlng and F.rmiag Stock,
Ships In Fort, Harbor or Dock, ud th.
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; alio, Ships build.
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Va
Bets on navigable rivers md canals, nai
Goods on board such Vewels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland ud in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMASK BY FIRR.
Subwrlbed ud Invented Capital,
*1,600,000 STG.
Rati, of Pranlum tnd every inform.
Hoc -an be obtained on .pplioatlon to
W. J. ABMSIlOmi,
Agont for Now Westminster.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUU
connection In the East and elsewhere very considerably, we are in a po-
rlllon to give prices on any class of. Machinery that mi>y be required, Inehidtiigt
Marine and Stationary Engines and Holler-., Planers, Matcher* and. Moulders,
Bn« planers, Wood Liitlics, Itand
Saws. Blind Machinery,. Qniu-c
Lathes, Shiipinu Maclilm s,
Shingle Machlnr-ft, Lnth
Machines .1- Holli'i«,
Two, Three nnd Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Bund Haw Mill", Portnhln Engines nud Boilers, and  itolstliig
Knglnes.  Also, John Bertram
A Sous' aud The. London
Tool Co'h Iron Working
Machinery,
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Tcclh, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which We carry In
stock.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on bund.
M'Avlty'fl Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well on Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge. Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wlro Rope, Plumb*
en and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
We arc sole agents tn this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER *TeON ARO,
OsutW. It.,   Opp, N.w.-Advertl»r,
VANCOUVRR, B. C,
**»m,m    i       ■
LOO KL      _g ER 153
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTtY -ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
Moo'-jr-ae <Mx mw:MMM»mamw-
Which will be sold at tbe LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CASH. tS"A Urge
consignment to arrla-cBbortly.il* Always in itock—l.e*atber, Slioe Villa-
lngs, &C, ot all kinds, ' Custom Work a specialty.
J-^B.9rK7BS    Xt.OXTmmXtJk.XT,
dwjelyl No. 81, COLUMBIA Stbeet.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND 'IRON-WORKING
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinda of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And every description of BLA€KSHITHI*iG, it prioeiconsidernbly lower
than before.   It is our intention to have in the course of a few weeki a
Bit ASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Business. We have the LARGEST STOCK ami
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none but the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee satisfaction in workmanship as well as prices. We have obtained the services of a
First-Class llorst-Shoor, and that part of out* Business Will have special
attention,
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, u-ill have
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable rates.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies -' t*le best quality,
for sale.
We also keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE & OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOT) PLANK, etc., at Victoria prices,
mT Estimates nnd tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Call and inspect
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.
dwjlylOto, BEID  &  OUBRIE.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CutorUI.KwdladapWlodilWrenlhat I Caatoria cures cue, ftrsttpatlon,
IroMimnendltMsirpartortoatiypreKririttou I gSr* Stprnaoh, Dlarrrtta, fta!^i>iu
taowntoroe.''     ai. A«sii,itrA,        I ML*JS'*™*' •**"" *** "™" «mmg*- «*
Wrta(Jifi>«4Si,Ilro«yB,N.T.   | WllEoUInjorlniimode***.
TBS CrariUl Coiruirr, 77 Hurray Street, N. V.
I
THE   DNDERSIQNED HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for tin
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to receive applications
for policies ou all good risks at current
fates,
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Baal Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
Post Office, Westminster,       djcSOmS
TBB
Annual Gathering!
 OB TUB	
9fraB.II-I.AlVT.
Caledonian ft St, Andrew's
SOCIBTTT
Willi. TAKR  ri.ACK AT TUP.
AGRICULTURAL HALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Thursday, October 4th, 1888
Tt-c prirc list for the Games and Sports
Ib very later.
There will be a GHAN1) B.M.l. In the
OVenlUK,
Itook out for Potters.
PETER OHANT,
dwauSOtd Secretitrj*.
ESTABL1S1IKI) 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hesrlj Opposite ihe Colonist Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AND  OHOICSST
•ttortmont of .11 descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constintly on hud, and supplied io Fam-
Hies, RoBtwrnnts, and Steamboata it thi
10WE8T P0SSIBM1 PRICES,
NOTIOa
I HAVE THIS BAY BOLD MY RIGHT,
title and interest In the New Westminster Brewery to Messrs. Jameson &
Wright. Thedebts due. for goods delivered up to the 81st of August last are due to
me.  I hope all my old friends will give
the new firm it fair trltil.forthey nre deserving of confidence and will give satisfaction.
H. EEHOE,
Bapperton.
Westminster, Sept. 1st, ISSS.       dselml
'NOTICE
ALL OUTSTANDING ACC0[TNT8 dUo
the Royal City Planinn Mills Co.
must he settled on or before Sept. 30th or
they will he placed in Cdnrtforcollectlon.
To all consumers of Bonding Nalt-rUli
Until further notice,, wo.offer great Inducements to all cash purchasers,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILL8 CO.
'(Limited).
New West,, Aug. 31,1888, '      dwauSlml
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
TIAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
XX the "Temperance Hmme,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following ralest
Board per day. ...
Single Meals.!.....
SK
,..,1 00
..6 00
...    115
HA.Good aocommodallon for Ladles aud
fimlllw, myine
Flower* for. sale
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED totdhn'odt
DOUBLE AND SjNflLE RI8S
At Special Low Rates.
Drijiaj d All Eifiinf Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
■try CorAwood delivered to any part of
the City. "*t      ••«      *"■
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. ■■   j   ,,^
aaratables nearly opposite 0, P. R. De*
pot, Columbia St., NewWostmtnster.
dWlfonrAQfti^lNM. P»ow. *>• .VtW'&IWII'Vcolumiian
M.i'-       ', '-.■'.."■".     pljBilBHKD
,        every AltWBMB «*ee»l .as***,
ST THB
tsMxrxrxD'r    sboiiiibs,
At their Steam  Printing Establish
ment, Colnmbla Street.
BY   MAIL:
for 13 month*........ »«...
for I month........	
for 8 numthi......................
MJLIVEBKD IN TEE CITTl
-48 00
-a as
RrU
r I
months..,
mouth.,,.
Per month...
Per week..,
-.•1100
635
00
Payment In .11 oan. (except for weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
AIVEITWM MTIi III THI MILT.
Tr.Bll.Bl Jda.rll.f menU.-Flrit Inser-
llon, loots, per line Mild nonpareil; each
aubaequent consecutive insertfon,3eti. per
line. Advertisement, not Inserted every
day, 6 ell. per line eaoh insertion.
HI..I.B Uvwiu.a.stt. — Regular
Bu.ln.ts or Professional Advertisement,
will bo received at following rates: llnoh,
p per month; 3 Ins. ts; V eol. 15.80; « col.
M.T6; 1 col. tli. It Inserted for less than 8
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special Rule*, .mom readmit matter,
30 ots. per lino eaeh Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisement*,loots.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, ,1 for each
Insertion'. Funeral Notices tn connection
with deaths, 60 ots, each Insertion.
Auell.. Hale., when displayed, charged
a per cent. lea. than trausleut advt., If
solid, eharged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■sun* miy vreaUeMlay Morulas.
Uellv.red tn the City, per year.
Mailed, per year.	
Mailed, ft months...........	
.........13.00
  3.00
.....„., 1.25
WHUV MVtlTHIW IATEI.
TTUileilAdvirtlHBt«ti.-FirstInser-
tlon, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
Mquent lntertlont, 6 eta. per line.
■laldlag AalVMtlMMSU.-For 1 Inch,
IM0 per month; a tamper m.; 8lns.ftW
Km.; 1 col.,13.75 per m. If tniBrted for
i than 8 mis. 10 per cent, will be added
to thete rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
30 cu. per Hue eaeh insertion.
VBtt mutt be all metal,and forlargeouts
an extra rate will be charged. No advt.
Inserted In either Issue tor less than tl.
•.-Persons sending In advertisement,
ihould' be careful to state whether they
.re to appear In the Dally Edition, or the
W«kly*orbotb.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
gail*) §ritiah tfolumbian
TkBrulay Evening. Sept. 13. 1888.
Excavating wit commenced on the
Hamley lot yesterday.
There was another clean sheet at the
police court thii morning.
The city council meets thi: evening
for the transaction of businesa.
The boat! came in with only 8 salmon as in average thii morning.
The R. C. F. Mills tent east nine
oarloadi of lumber thil afternoon.
The latest Fallt Shapes in Ladies'
ijji«R#n4,,jF»'t,,Hats,.at Jas. Ellaro
jMPMLiadmn tot n,mu> *
We obterve that "Britiih Columbia
plum." ire advertised in the Winnipeg
papen.
Thi Itr. Glidyi left thii morning
for up river with 23 passengers and
nv.nl toni of freight.
. The latoit Fall Shade! in Pluthei,
Bilks, Drets Goodi, &c„ st Jas. El-
laid & Oo, 's—London Home.      *
Thoi, Sibin, of Eglingtoo. sayi; "I
have removed ton corn, from my feet
with Holloway's Corn Cure," Sender,
go thou and do likewise.
Ackerman Broa, have sub-let the
contract for the brick ind itone work
on the new Hamloy building to Mr. A.
Burni.
" It ii itated that diphtheria of a virulent type hai made its appearance in
Nanaimo and that several deaths have
occurred.
Mother Grave.' Worm Exterminator
htsctct equal for destroying worms In
«bildraiu--_ul,. adults,;; See that you get
ihe genuine when purchasing.
In in item about the Richmond debenture! published yeiterday, instead
of "one per cent, premium, the line
ihould have reid "one-eighth of one
per cent."
. Thii morning a party of gentlemen,
nearly all of whom were memben of
the legal faternity in thil city.chart-
ered the ttetmer Buzz and went for
a day's outing to Pitt meadows.
Ayer'i Ague Cure acts directly on tbe
liver ind biliary apparatus, and drivel
out the malarial poison which indnces
liver compunnts and bilious disorders.
Warranted to cure, or money refunded.
Try it.
Dutch Bill, alias W. H. Vianen, ii
very angry at those penoni who take
hii boats away without hii permission.
He hai a gun, loaded with salt, ready
for the next one he nei taking such
lrb-rties.
Aokermin Bros, havo purchased the
remaining building on the Bamley lot
•nd will remove it down Columbia
•treet to a lot owned by A. O. Lund
& MoNeelv on Columbia street, which
they have leased for a term of years
for the purpose.
We know of no mode of treatment
which offers, to sufferers from chronic
diseases, a more certain hope of cure
than that which it comprehended in the
ute of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. For purifying md invigorating the blood, tiiis preparation U unequalled.
W. st. requested tu state that tho
adjournment of the inquest on the
body of the deceased Artemus Thompson wis owing to the absence of Dr.
Fagan, lurgeon of St. Mary'a hospiml,
he being the principal witness to bo
brought forward at the investigation.
Th. itr. Irving irrived down from
Ohjlliwhick and way port, this afternoon bringing SO paMengors, 18 tons
of ice, 101 hale, of hay, 115 boxes ap-
81m, 31 boxei cheeie, 16 boxei plums,
1 ticks peue, 31 sacks oats, 10 boxei
butter .nd eggi md 13 pkgi. lundriet.
Mn. Celeste Coon, Syraoute, N. Y., I
write,: "For yein I could not eat many
kindi of food without producing a burning, excrooiatingpain In my stomach. I
took Parmelee's Pills according to direction! under thi head of 'Dyspepsia or
Indigestion,' One box entirely cured
me..- I cu now e»t anything I choose,
without distressing me in the least."
This. Pills do not cauie pain or griping,
md ihould be uted when a cathartic is
MMlr-d.
Th. addition to th. publio ichool
building in thii city ii now completed
•nd furnished with deiki snd scat, it
• orst of from *6 to 17 eaeh. The
•eat it attached to the deik, md whin
not used can be folded together con-
leniently, taking up little room. Tbey
11* very handsome aud an certainly a
grist improvement on the old-fiihion-
•d Denohes. The- won imported
boo ■ Indingmtmnficturing oompsny
la**N^I»*Mrl«i  C.
j*;- ..:■:.'-■';--i":-:^t-
tm
Ti
Wktle.ro, Wi Ti ■ .at
Thero will be a "special" tale of
Whatcom property at very low figures,
for a few dayi only. Plans and full
particulan at our office.
W. J. Waikeii it Oo.
. Over Bank ofB. O.
Open from 0 a, m. to 9 p. m.     *
"' , . ,	
A Creditable Pnblleallon.
The Dominion JUtufrafcil of September 8th il to hind, and contain!, besides entertaining reading oh a variety
of subjeoti, a choice lot of illustrations,
artistip aa well as oomical. Thia beautifully printed weekly, the only high
class illustrated paper in Canada, is
Subliihed by O. E. Desbaruts & Son,
lontreal, Que., and forwarded to sub
icribers, poet paid, at 94 por annum.
 . ^ ..	
"Forbidden Frail."
Mr. Tho,. Cunningham entorcd onr
aanctuin at an early hour yesterday
morning withu buskot on.hi, arm
which contained very choice sample!
of pern, plums and grapot. The content! of the basket, Mr. Cunningham
inform! ui, were plucked from hii garden on Pelham street in this city,
We must admit that the glimpse we
had of this luscious fruit fairly made
our teeth water—yes, and our eyes too
—for'the ' basket and contents. Boon
vanished from our sight, leaving us
without the "proof of the pudding."
. m  *—'	
After Them Red-Hot!
Mr. Harrii, J.P., of Port Hammond,
npcrted to the warden of the penitentiary yesterday that he had teen two
men, answering the description of the
convicts Connolly and Adair, loitering
around Port Hammond oh that day.
Consequently four officers wero sent
up by the train yesterday, but as yet
nothing has been heard of their capture. The officers are of the opinion
that the two men seen by Mr. Harris
are the osoaped convicts. It is to be
hoped that no harm may come to the
four officers should thoy chance to encounter" the desperate and now probably hungry villains.    .
A New Foundry.
Messrs. Reid & Ourrie commenced
work in their new foundry, to bo run
in connection with the-Pacifio carriage
works, this morning, and have begun
molding a set of machinery for which
they have had the order for some time
past. The foundry is situated in the
rear of their carriage factory, and ia 50
feet long, by 30 feet wide, being of
sufficient dimension! for their business
in thia lino fur some time to come.
Several pieces of hew machinery have
been put into the oatublishmentCstui
Meun, Reid & Ourrie will undoubtedly give satisfaction to all who entrust
them with their orders.
--" lumber rur Asttralln,
The name of the fint veisel of the
two chartered by the Royal City Hulling Mills to como to this city it the
barque Nanaimo which wat built in
the 1 black diamond oity of that name
some aix yean ago. It is probable that the steamer Belle will be
despatched to tow her up the river
when the vessel is ready, which will
probably bo some time this week.
The Nanaimo, wo are informed, wai to
have come some days ago but was necessarily detained in unloading her
cargo on the sound. When loaded she
will carry fully 800,000 feet of lumber
•nd her destination will be Melbourne,
Australia. V™
OM t'arlbo..
Private advices from Cariboo itat.
that the yield of gold in that district
for thit season promises to be greater
thau it hii been in any of the past
four yean. The Forest-Rose OVi
claim take! the lead, at present, on
William's creek, but we failed to learn
any particulars with respect to tbe
"wash-ups." Joe Kennel, on the upper portion of the creek, cleaned up
60 oz. and expects to h»vo aa much
more before the season closes. Th.
Blsok Jack Oo. are making about
wages. Mosquitto Creek hu, up to
date, yielded about, 700 on., and a few
claims on the upper portion of Grouse
creek are paying wagea, On Snow
Shoe creek whit will be well known
tb many old timen at "The Livo Yankee ground" ia now owned by Mr.
Andencn & Smith and is the "boil"
claim, at the present time, in the once
far famed districts of Cariboo.
ANewIndnsliy.
A gentleman, lately arrived in the
province from cittern Canada, it about
to commence the manufacture of pottery at, and in connection with, Msna-
han Bros,' briok yard. Having totted
the clay which ii taken from the yard,
•nd having made aeveral pieces of ware
in a rough-handed manner, the gentleman, who is experienced in his businesa,
ii thoroughly satisfied that pottery
ware of nil kinds and uf a very superior
quality can be manufactured, and that
when thoroughly started there is money
in the business. He ii now buiy making patterns of pipes, pots and other
articles with which to commence, and
very ihortly Westminster will odd
another industry to her increasing list
brought about by natural resources.
We might mentiun that already Mana-
han Bros, havo been offered a sum of
many thousands of dollars for their
share oi this manufactory, but have
refused, on tho grounds that If there
is my money in potteries in the province, they are going to mike. it. '
James Cullen, Pool's Island, N, F.,
writes: "I Ihwii been watching the pro*
firessof Dr. Thomas'Eclectric Oil since
ts introduction to this place, and with
much pleasure state that my anticipations of its success have been fully realized, it having cured me of bronchitis
and soreness of nose; while not a few of
my 'rhenmatio neighbors' (one old lady
in particular) pronounce it to lie tho best
article of Its kind that has ever been
brought before tho publio. Your medicine does not require any longer a spon-
•or, bnt if you wish mo to aot as suoh, I
thall be only to happy to have my name
connected with your prosperous child," ■
Interesting Letter from tbe
Mines.
(From Our Regular Correspondent.)
A.NDBiisoN Lake, Aug. 28.—When I
closed my laat letter to The Columbian
I expected to go into camp for aome
time on the mountains between Oayooi
Creek and Beaton Lake, but upon arriving at tho foot of the lake I met
with Mr. W. Manson, on hii wiy to
tho head of Anderson Lake, where ho
has a contract for cutting saw logs for
Marshall's mills, near Llllooet. Having heard of the stir amongst prospectors on Anderson Lake, and being
strongly urged by Mr. Manson, I resolved to accompany him. So, after a
very early breakfast, I look my scat
in a very large Siwash canoe, Mr.
Manson s being hoavily loaded with
goodi for our eamp.
Tho hull of the steamboat that plied
on Seaton Lake is lying st the landing,
a staunch memorial of olden times,
Tho mountains on eaoh side are vory
precipitous, and are composed of that
ragged slaty material so common everywhere in B.O. Their varied fornit are
mirrored wonderfully in tho water of
the clear calm lake, making it pleas-
enter to study their reflection than to
look up at the mountains themselves.
Lake Million is situated on a small
plateau on the right, about six miles
below the head of the lake. I counted
20 well-built homes besides the church.
I have observed that the Siwashes in
all their villages attend devotional
services overy evening, and even in
camp where a number may chance to
be. On Sunday evening I have heard
them at their prayers for an hour.
Landing at the portage, 20 miles
from the starting point, I went up to
the home of John Bull, the biggest,
richest, and mott consequential Indian
here. He has a large comfortable
house io a part of which are stored a
great variety of the relics' ot the white
man's enterprise, left when thil so suddenly ceued to be the Cariboo route.
In this itore I obierved stacks of what
seemed to bo straw mats, Upon examining them I found them to be
mosses of huckleberries and fine straws
ibout 2 feet square and an inch thick.
Coming out, 1 saw a number of stages
about I feet high which were covered with berries laid out with fine
straw or grass stems supported on
narrow slats. Close by stood a great
brass kettle of at least 20 gals, capacity, in which the fruit had been cooked. When sufficiently dry theso mats
are evidently cut and doubled to the
required thickness for storing. Having obtained horses we packed ovor to
ANIlBltSOX LAKE
III the old village, which iB prettily
situated, not a house is occupied. All
are tabooed in consequence of many
having died there of imall-pox. There
iB-notihiiig-iher." to. note of interest.
One of the abutments of the wharf,
and two of the bridges which crossed
Ihe Creek or outlet of the lake, are all
that remains to bear witness to the
whiteman'i reign. One would suppose
that the bruth-wood wai sacred to the
Siwash, io meekly doe! he allow it to
take pottesiion of the garden spots
from which hia pale brother had cleared it. - We statted early for Harrison,
examining numerous quartz locationa
on the road. I did not fall in love
with any of them. At Roding creek
we stopped for dinner. This is a
famous fishing place, but the trout
wouldn't bite. Minion caught one
with the gaff. As we were about ilart-
ing a large porcupine came to call on us
doubtless attracted by the odor of the
fry. He came up to us as boldly aa
though he were an old acquaintance.
He refused to run, and wai loon dis-
patched, und.-carried, along for dog
meat.' On arriving at camp I obierved
a number of thoir tkint lying around,
•nd the man told me that they had
been a great annoyance, Nothing will
frighten them; they have to be killed.
A few nights previout one cam. on to
the bed of a man who wis ileeping,
and who narrowly escaped a thrashing
with iti tail, for no sooner hid the
man mide a move in the direction of
eicape than the fretful animal began
wreaking ita fury on the blankets with
•uoh effect that it took half aday't
picking to clear the bed of quills.
As to quartz, I have examined a
great deal of it. Tho formation running N. E. from the head of Anderson
Lake and Pemberton is favorable and
the ledges well-defined, but only bearing galena in email quantities. There
are now in the vicinity about a dozen
ardent protpecton, all of long and
varied experience, besides a number
of Indian hunters, who have learned
something about oni. One intelligent
huntor, who haa not been out yet,
promises to bring ine back aomething
extra in apecimens, but so far I have
seen nothing valuable when the quantity and location of oro is oon.idored.
Sunday, Sept 2nd we camped at the
foot uf Ihe lake. Laat night about
sundown a largo lynx caino down to the
ford of the outlet where some littlo
ehildron wero playing. He was observed by two miners to bo moving
towards Ihe children with cat-like
eagerness. At this porili.us moment
I resorted to my stock of Chinook jargon and all wero convinced that it had
the effect of cutting tho hungry beast
out of a good supper, fur he immediately beat a retreat at the sound of
my bad Chinookl
The high promontory it might be
called, between Seaton Lake and Cay-
oose creek, contains a great deal
of quartz, including the Bonanza mine.
I may have somethigg to lay about it
hereafter    Kla-how-ya.      J.M.W.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'tCutoria
WiKNirai, Sopt. 10.—Tho reception ler.ioo to the members of the
Methodist board of missions is being
hold in Grsce church to-day. The city
pulpits yesterday were mainly nccupiod
by the delegate!. The principal speaker! being the Rev. Doctors Douglas,
Carman and Potts,
KmomoK. Sept. 10,—The provincial exhibition opened to-dsy. Sir
John Macdonald, Mr. Drury and Mr.
Joly delivered addrettet.
Ottawa, Sopt. 10.—Thi treaiurert
of the province of Ontario ond Quebec will viiit Ottawa on October 23rd
to confer with the miniiter of finance
on tho question of the settlement of
the accounts of the old province of
Canada.
KraosTox, Sept. 11,-Prof. William-
ion received a letter from Principal
Grant, written Melbourne, Australia,
whichi aptilu ot hi! perfect reitontlou
tohstlth.
S. D. Pope, B.A., superintendent of
education visited the publio and high
icliooli in this city to-day. The Rev.
Donald Fraser, M.A., Rev. R. Jamieton, Rev. Thoi. Secular and Rev. Mo-
Rae, \vere also preient in some of the
departments, when Mr. Pope in . felicitous manner put the pupils through
exercises in different subjects. In all,
there an about 280 pupils in attendance at preient, and the superintendent expressed muoh satisfaction with
the general discipline of the school!
•nd the creditable manner in which
the pupils answered tho questions put
to them. Mr. Pope takes great interest in his work and was evidently
in hia element when examining the
ehildron. In addressing the pupils of the high school he urged them
to concentrate their mindt on their
work and counseled them to mike the
best use they possibly could nf the advantage! offered them in their young
days Wo can scarcely find, he said
a man or woman in the provinoo that
do not regret having wasted some time
in their youth. He laid that New
Westminster was to bo congratulated
on having so good a stiff of teachers,
and then remarked although that Britiih Oolumbia was the youngest province in tbe Dominion she was doing
more than any others to educate her
ohildren.
Personal.
Capt. Copp and Mn. Copp, of New
York, un registered it the Colonial.
W. A, Hauatun and W. Mursell, of
Montreal, and A. Muir, of Toronto,
arrived in the city to-day.
D. R. Harris, of Lowenburg, Harris
& Co., arrived from Victoria to-day
and ii itopping at the Colonial.
Mr, W. H. Floetston who lies been
for several yean in the large dry goods
establishment of Oarsley & Co., Montreal, arrived from the east yesterday
and will remain in thi oity.
Mr. Moylan, inspector of peniten.
tiariei, arrived down from Banff by
the Pacifio expren thie afternoon and
will remain a couple of dayi In the
city before returning to Ottawa,
Mr. M. Pottmeyer, principal of the
Vancouver publio ichool, and formerly
principal of St. Louis college in this
city, has, at the request of several parties at ..Vancouver decided to open
night classes in that city for the purpose of' giving instruction in foreign
lauguuges.
Line Canadian News.
Toronto, Sept. 8.—Mrs. Fletcher,
secretary of the volunteer monument
committee, announces that Lady Stanly has kindly promised to aid the
movement for the ereotion of ...naonju..
ment to the brave men who fell in the
Northwest, and will givo the scheme
her patronage, .   .
Mosteeal, Sept. 9,—On the Stock
and Corn Exchanges the sole topic
■till ii the condition of the Manitoba
harvest. ' All sort, of stories of the
dsmsge done are current and everything receives attention. Duncan Mc-
Intyre, who returned this morning,
confirms the report that damage wat
done in ttresks, mostly on lines contiguous to Dakota. He wai satisfied
that if the crop was marketed early, it
ia possible that the farmers will realize
50 per cent more money than lait year.
Montreal, Sept. 11.—The Stan-
•ead county W. 0, T. U. annual convention passed a resolution "That we
emphatically condemn the action of
Governor Royal in granting licenses
in the Northwest, thereby bringing untold misery upon the people hitherto
exempt from the oril of the liquor
Quebbc, Sept. 11.—A gentlemtn
juit up from Murray Bey, who spent
two dayi there with tht Hon. Edward
Blake, lays hie health is now excellent.
Montreal, Sept. 11.—The C.P.R.
ii going to build four new workshop!
at Hooheliga it a colt ot 1200,000.
C08ENa-At the residence of her brother,
George Cosens, on the 0th Inst., at Alder
Orove, .Alice, second daughter nf the
late George Cosens,of PhllpTiam'Jlisjox,
England.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'jCastoria
Wholesale City Market.
Beef,     per 100Irs, aw..* 7 00fl 0 00
Pork
Mutton , "
Wdea(gr'n)"
Potato". "
Cabbage "
Onions '"
Wheat "
Oat. "
Pea.
.... 8 lo A a on
.... U 00 S 13 00
....  4t0l 5 00
.60
000
000
175
-._ 175
.60S ooo
18 00900 00
0361 on
0 111 0 17
0 839
CorilwnodTretailipcrourd   8003 3 54
Ray,
—iftei
r ton
-   ..       per t,
Butter (rofls) per oi...
Cheese, "
Eggs,     fffr.lot.
**b.nn.bywMB«*,awgaT.hmCMl»rl«,
When sh. wll i Child, ,b, erlti tot Cttterla,
■van ah. bUlra. If lu, ,h. elm, to Clots,
•a^a^badCUldini.^gav.ttnnCs.teria
XfJ C. T. ll.-REGULAR MEETING
YV • every Wednesday aftornoon at 8
o'cloek nt the W. O. T. U. Headquarten
rover Cunningham A Rami's Shop], Doug.
Ins St, Loyal Legion In the same place
every Friday afternoon, dauzltc
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet.
Kast of Mary Street, Lord's Day
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
School andBlhle Clam at 3:80 p. m. All
aeola free; Btrangers cordially welcomed*
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Oddfellow!'
New Hall, Rev. J. H, White, Pastor.
lees at 11 a. ro. and 7 p. m. Sunday
School andBlhle Class 3:80 p, m. Prayer
Meeting oh Thursdays at 7.80p.m. Seats
free; ttrangen oordlally Invited.
§IT. PAUIa'S CHURCH. John Hlreel,
I Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
addon, Putor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. m. .nd 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
.17:80 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 3:80 p. m.
A union lodub no, ., A. v.
s, A. M.-.'fhe regular Communications of tbls Lodge are
held on thi flnt Monday In eaoh
month, sojourning brethren are cordially Invitedtoattend _„_ __.__
PETER GRANT,
awntsrj.
MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
CLOTH IN6
CHILDREN'S
JERSEY SUITS,
/STALL PRICES. T«
Hard I Soft Felt Hats
Latest New York k London Makes.
MEN'S AND BOYS':
RUBBER  COATS.
J. E. PHILLIPS
oolumbia Street
dw««7tc «pi». Telegraph Oflice
3STOT10-EL
NOTICG IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
SO days after date we Intend making
application to the Chief CommiMlonero?
Landi A Works tor permission to purchase the following described lauds lo
Coast District. Province of British Columbia: .
No, 1.—CommoncinB at the N. E. corner
of Lot 84, Range 1 (VaTdez Island); thenoe
east ten (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn inlet, thence northwesterly along;
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet and village
bay to the R. E. corner of Lot 31, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement — containing about 80
Bores.
No. 2.—The small island lying at the
head of Village bay, Vftldc*- Inland, containing about oue(l) aert.
- New West,; B. O., Sept. 10,1838.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dHcllm2 Chaulks E. Woods.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
ioMMMfi^,..
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
.a-a-butts ros
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON _ CO.,
8*. Fintbury Circui,
Loudon, E. C.
POUT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And OAjlpEN ^roCK. on hand In great
Everything first-class nnd furnished in
good shape...
M. Bend 15 eta. for valuable 80-page Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful eol*
ored plates. Price Lists lent free,    . .
O. W. HKNRY,
dwdeleto . Port Hammond, B. C.
N. C. HcKeen & Son
HAVING OPENED ON
Front Street, 0pp. C. P.N. Wharf,
■VyiMIEB TO INFORM THE PEOPLE
v v of WeatmlnBter that they ore prepared to sell
Choice Family Groceries and
Clothing,
At LOWEST PRICES. Call and Inspect
our Stook before purchasing elsewhere,
and you will save money by it,
ds.7ml N. C. MoKEIN 4 SON.
STOBE.
MISS   PEEBLES
INTENDS TO OPEN ON THE Orll SEPTEMBER, In the n.w
QUEEN'S HOTEL BUILDING,
recently erected by Mr. Duncan, a General Stationery and Fancy Goods Wore,
trade, and having made arrangements to
Kt regular supplies direct from theEng*
ih and foreign markets, she hopes to receive tbe support of the olllsons of New
Westminster and surrounding districts.
A large variety of CHRISTMAS CARDS
and CHOICE FANCY (JOODS and FINE
ART PUBLICATIONS an now on the
way and will bo received In time for the
Christmas trade.
Tho Goods will be marked at the lowest
prices FOR CASH ONLY.   .     dwselml
GunsHiuns!
RintS,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloadlnc Tools,
Fishing Tackle.
ALL KINDS OP SPORTIKG GOODS.
OEM, Kmt HU Hi OTrltR TOW.
bWuIn ui _fi_* Hukiu Nudist
■*rni****fil*i WM ■eniBi sB-wisti—a,-" iimm
A SPECIALTY.
A fine lln.'of Cutlery, Plpet, Ber Qoodi,
Fancy Goodi, to,
•ST thetail
and Double,
,jtt assortment of Slngl.
Irecoh and Muttle-loadfng
__.T -_„_Jn the province, from Hup
lollOO. W. W,areeuerOy,n*.
,.   ,     S. B.WSBB,
ACOTTOltSBB * ATFBAISBB.
M.wW*ltaliiim,RO._i   d»»UtaJ
—*=e 2» ma tkmt a=—-
FALL MILLINERY
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
dwso7tc
J-P- w-R/j£\._t__..^_j3
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
-OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BIST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
j   A full lln. of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In tteel, rubber, silver and gol I
fiimea.  The 6n«tt Pebblei made, fl per pair; all Bight, suited.     ,
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tli-
busm-ssthorooghly from aome of the finest Horologcrs in Englsnd, aud since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America! is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager tor nearly 8 years of tlie well-known firm of Savage 4 Lyman, Montreal.
Charge* Moderate.
-Moktbeai, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. RobertioB, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, sayst "I never found a Watchmaker who did ai
well for me as you did when tn Montreal, and I am Bony you are not here to-day."
-,   dwapistc
A. M. HERRING,
" WHOLESALE & RETAIL
li    HI I^IS'fT'''?.?&.
SUNDAY HOURS.-Mobnikq, from 8:30 to 11 o'olock.
Aptkrkoon, 1 to 3 o'olock.
Evening, 0 to 9 o'clock.
•JT PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any timo durlni
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps ou tho premises.   Ring the nigh'
^HERRING'S druq store,
Opp, Telegraph Office,
Colambla St., New Westminster
dwocflte
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
   - o       ,-—,.* ^*-***a* ■»•'—"."*■"'■
I, '    ei\'. IT     ' '■-'
1 Telephonic Communication with all the Doctors in the City.  Call ot
oi any time and we will ring your Doctor up for you,
Open Sundays for tho sale of Medicine only:—Mobsino, 9 to 10.30 o'clock;
Apmbnoon, 1 to 3j EvEUiNO, 8 to 9. ,   ,     ..'V       '•
"MBIDIO^Ii  ^jt^IilLi,      .
NewWe.lmln.lfr.B. t.,JkxlCI.Bl.in.lel.   I
OUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT UP.        ' dwauUto,
C. McDONOUCH,
(LDNDBOMB BUILDING, FRONT STREET)    ;..,'• '
Conitantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of.
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots it Shoes, Hats tt Caps
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
laS-fl BO-'a*     c%»    BOfTB'
Great Varlety.of Household Artlolee.   Alio,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME .nd   GENERAL STORES
If. B.-°arm Produce bought at market rules or sold on oommlstlon. MLOnlei
from thi Interior promptly .Mended to. . " . dwjetto
W.-c, G. WOLFENDEN,
SUCCESSORS TO C. G. NAJOR,
j> '..'■   WPOBTSBS A»P UBA1BB1 IK    ,        . ,  .    ;
ice Family Groceries!
HAMS,   BACON  AND LARD,
Dry Gpq4s,   Clothing,   &e., &c
Columbia Street. Mew Westminster. dwjly23to
CENTRAL   GROCERY
^tW _«———««——■•»■".s> ,SS*SJ _______________
Holbrook Block, Oolumbia Street, '„
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDING AND WAN7I
to see ill his old customer! aod lota of sew ones, aa he will nil them GRO
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper than ever. All our Goodi are flnt-clu
ud .re being sold is low aa Inferior grades.   We strive not to match, but to excel
Juat to hind-car of FLOUR, FEED, etc., ef the following brands: »
Salem-Pntcnt Boiler (American); jHunifnrlah, Strong Bakers (Ogll
vie'sii Premier, Columbia Boiler (Spallumoheonii
And If you have not uted the Britiih Columbia Flour do to it enn ind be con
vtaced that It wilt make flnt-oliss bread and paltry, dwaututo
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Columbian Printino Estabushmiuit has first-ohm faoilitiei fo
.11 kindi of CWamwoial Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heidi, Circulars
Cerdi, Envelope*, Blink Forme of .very description, Potters, Dodpere
Prlee Litis, ia. Prices will be found it low u st any oth.r ofEo. wm
firrt-claii wwk il don*.   ...,

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