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-  DENTIST,
nooai-B. A 0., over Bank ol Brimh Co-
.. lumblu.
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l'p. m> ,; d^Jl/zfto
IOIXB A HoOeU,
BARBISTEItS,
SOWCITOBS, ETC,
Onlcei Mwonlo Buildings, New Westmln-
<J^T^a||&    Widwlo
VasAjuva^-AC
KinnK.   -
rtt 0*AT*t,B.Or»,
RABBISTKR, SOLICITOR, ile.
OrriOEl-Masonlo Building, ^1:-,
i dwfolOte New Westminster, B, 0.
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KOBM AH B01.B, iV c,
J.TRAPP&C0.
KTBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1888.
NUMBER 51
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
idlng Tools of all klni
rbeo Wire for Fenoli
Pulley Blacks, Snati
Tor A OaJromi Tu
Including Tools of all kinds of tho best makes; €ross-CUt Si Hfttltl-Sawg,
Barbed Wire for Fenolng, and all the necemry Utensils for Farming;
~" "    "    ' en Blocks, Hope & Chain in all sizes; pitch,
.,,_,„.__. ,, ,, fcd Plain Paper for Building) Paints « Oils
In all colon] Liquid PAints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; (irlnil
StdB'eil Wall Paper In all designs; Brooms & Brashes: for all purposes;
IaUbrlcatlng Ollll Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,   " /,, ■  '
tar Special attention given to orders by niail.
17. T. TI3^.1PD? «3C CO.,
dwjly3to Colomma Stbut, Nkw WxeruiitBini.
■II  ft' ''I--    I^JJlCUfc— —-'--J!     ' -J    '       ■ •--.-J..--1..   .   .'.   '  '.      V'l
.     .
BABRISTBR-AI-LaW.
I.and Agent "   " Money to Loan,
; ^.mblij St, I '    f./i     --,,..
sen.    '   '. ».w Westminster, a 0.
{JLOMT at aTlCMJBB, *j
ARUHITKOTS.  .
OrriOK-Room B, '      .     .
Over Bank of B. (;.,
dauSlto
Columbia Street
ft  W GRANT,     ; .
' ." ABOHITECti
Onion-Corner Mary and Clarkson sis.
dWfeiBto
ygTIIaLIAH R. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
BUILDING A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Oitiob—New Masonic Block,
dwaplSto  '.'. ,    Westminster.
, LBERT jr.
A^°""''^^WS.feo.aH.
ClVlfiBN'GiNalER,
"     LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Orrioi-Now Maaonlo Block,
'dwmhlGtc ' -New Westminster.
CUNNINGHAM &RAITH
....'."   Itoiiglus Street, New WeitwlBit.r.
GENERAL BLACKSM1THINC MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING.
1011 ICJa'HORSEaHOEINO A.SPECIALTY.     ;'
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OCR HEW SHOPS AND ARE NOW PRE-
pared to undertake all kind, of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
Prices, Having had its years experience in iomi of th, but agricultural
sections of tbe United States'and Canada, we understand our businesa ind GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.
A largo stock of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HORSE-SHOES * NAILS kept on
hand, at LOWEST PMCBaS.' ' |   dJlylSto
Wo*
WAaUCn A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
8, Bank Building., NewWeatmlnster, B.C.
14 Clare Road, Halifax, England,
-dwmyl7tc
rn * trapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
OolambllfirlrTilWB.'.laaMow Westminster
fl . .' ' u. mlsaar'.-; p        i -
All commission, will'receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
give, when required. '.:■ mhis-tn
RAND BROS.
'Dlllla aUTATB BROKiai,    I]
. . C.av.yan.or., C.il.etoro,    '
':'"• Aaai.utari.aie.Aa«uta,
OflleM at VIOTORIA: .Fori Street,
"'''      ' NEWaVKSTMINSTERi. Corner
AfoKen.le and Clarkson Slfl.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
BUILDING LOTS for sale In nll'seettnii,
- of V.noouver and New Weatmluster City.
t*t~"" '""   "'
sat.
Langl
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDKliSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IHON-WOKKING
Machinery to their llusiness, are now prepared to do all kinds of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And ovory description of BlMISMrraiNt^aiSr^
thanbeforc.   It U our Intention to hllv, in tha coarse of a lew weeks I
BRASS>k IRON FOUNDRY
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
CITIO OFr-FOBM.—Mayor, Boliert Dickinson; Oity Clerk, Cupt. Robinson* Police Magistrate, - T. C. AtkliiNon; Chief
Engineer Fire Department, W. Oorbett;
Assistant, H.Head.
OOVKT   OKKIOIALH.-JllltgO   Of    tlie SU-
firerae Court, Hon. J. F, McOMlght: Regis-
nu, W. H. Folding; .Sheriff, W.J.Ann-
strong.
Provincial OrwoKHH. — Government
Agent, Oil as. Warwick; Rej-lKtmr of TltleH.
II. W. Arm st rou g: Siipt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. K. I. lientley: Bursar of Asylum, Jhh. Phillips; Governor of Central
' Prison, Wm. Moresby: steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chua.'Dlgby; Immigration Agent, Jim. Sprotlj Coroner, W.
D. Ferris.
Dominion OvrioiALR.—Postmaster, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. 8, Clitte;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. MoBrltle;
Dominion Land Agent, H.B.W. Alknuin;
Crown Tlmbor Agent, T. S. Hlgglnson:
Inspector of Flshtfrles, Tlios. Mowat.
RxpniwiwrATSFi«.--aenator, Dr. T. B...
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald'
Clilsholiii; Provincial Legislature. Capt.
W. N. Role, Q. 0.
iniis f ritwk Columbian
Wednesday Eteslm, Ang. ft, ISMS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
MAILH CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
i -   ■■    \ ,  ox-Jbss -
For Can. Pac. Uy.—Daily'(except Hurulay
and Monday), at lf.90, and-on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offl-
ces-Montlay, 12.45; Tneiday, 8.16: Wednesday, 180; Thunslay, 8.15; Friday,
6.30: Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancpuver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Irilet-Dally (except Sun-
„ay*--°"
For
ay) at 8.15.
orLadn
Mont
ftao..
_ idner's Landing and Lulu Island--
Mondar, 12.15; Wednesday and Friday
,'fJ.tJV.i,
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thu ra-
For
For Plumpt.	
For Nauiumo (direct mall)-
Igln and Mud'Bay—Saturda;
■ ^ass-*Mon'
iredtmall
33T7E1
          lay-
For Plumper's Puss^Monday, 12.'
12.45.
iiesday, 19.
From Can. Pac. Ky,—Daily (except Saturday) at 14,10.      ■■■
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday 10: Wednesday. Friday and
Saturday, Il.ilo,
From Vanconver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard inJek—Dully (except Bun-
day) at 16.
From Ladnor's Landing and Lulu Island
Running in connection with our Business. Wo have the LARGEST STOCK uid
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ.none hot the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee satisfaction in workmanship as well al prices, u I Wtf- have obtained the services of a
FlrSt-ClasS Hofse-Slioer, and that part of our Business will have special
.attention. .      ..„. ,\f
REPAIKS of all kinds of Machinery, either-Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagpns, Carriages, Ploughs, JUrroitp, or any thing in this line, will have
our best attention..-"    ■   , -     SSij-^-W'       'V' '     -\       L ■ >-'>i -'■ -
Carriage Patntlns arid Trimming1 done at reasonable rates.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Buggies, of the best quality,,
for sale.
We also keep in stook, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE dt OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD*WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria prices.
tw Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork,
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.
dwjlylflto REID   &
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursda;
* "'-vef Valley, Hall's "   '
Pralrlo-Frlday, 16.
day, 16.
ralrl
le and
From Clover Valles
Langley Pralrlo— K-— -,,, ™
From' North Arm and Sea Inland—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud,Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumber's Pass—Sunday, 10.
From Nanalmo {direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7p.m,),:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls are being sorted.
Money Order a savings BANK.-Daily
—9 a.m. to 4 p. m., and from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evenings,
Call and inspect
CCJRRIE.
and Pitt Riven
Maps and Plans exhibited' Snd the full-
ist information furnished at all wr offices,
WILLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surseybrs.
I PMPiBM, IIBTKIS NADS
naU8ur.. of Hoaey Ad v«nccd
I ba#urEtiq*. at Kiaaonabl,
Rates of Interest. i
faraa, hr (.1. .. rnuwr Blver. .Imv«
I,   .i!W«i^,,ff*T'y>if*""""'-
WILLIAMS BHoa am In ornislantoom-
muntoatlon with liitondlns wittier.fmm
Raclaud and el.ewlinre, and bave special
raoilltl.. for.freolltia sales.
"*         ,H
GRANT	
l@0Ti&SHbES
COLUMBIA    STREfcT, "
"^7"estsaalnster. • -S. "Pi.':;
'•dvrJeMtc
B.W1NTEMUTE
! ''Buimio" | Boot and Shoe Store.
 .,_... flMlllllllH* i'"" '"■'■■'    ""*>■"■"■
TUST AbKI^Dr^,!^f>aftOK,AS,S9RTMENT OF
lire I
Aim
An editor, who does not mind a
joke at his own expense, says ho
went into a drug store recently and
asked for some morphine. The assistant objected*!!) give it without a
prescription. "Why," asked the
editor, "do I look like a man who
would kill himself!" "I don't know,"
said the assistant; "if I looked like
you I should feel tempted."
The Colonist Hi* an intereiting
little note from Port Moody, in
whioh the writer lays: "It (Port
Moody) was selected, aa many of
your readers will be aware, for ita
many advantages by land and water,
as the terminus of thai Canadian
Pacific Railway." Now, as far as
the Port Moody-Vancouver fight il
concerned, we're a rank outsider—
we don't want to meddle with the
matter at all; but we take an interest in provincial history, and would,
therefore, be very greatly obliged to
the writer from whom we quote; or
any other man, if he would refer ui
to the blue book or other offioial
document, by which hia Itatement
is proved. We have never been
able to find any proof that the
slightest consideration was given to
the fitness or unfitness of Port
Moody as a terminal harbor, by the
government of this Dominion,
The Victoria papers chronicle an
excursion from that place to the
sound, on Sunday last, and appear
to think it was altogether a commendable affair. There muit be i
considerable number of people in
Port Townsend to Whom the turning
loose in their streets of 3Q0 or 400
Sunday excursionists was diitinctly
dls'apea«e'n,ncl''civil''pe(oplo are
not willingly disagreeable to respectable neighbor!. There must have
been among the excursionieti—there
certainly are among the people who
writo glowing articles about the
excuriions—a number who' are always glad of an opportunity to
'{ipreadthemielve.'' on the itump
.and in the proa, about the "right!
of the toilen"—and Sunday excursions go to the forging of ono of the
most insidious weaponi whioh Mullen
capital levels against the right, of
labor. Doubtless all concerned
were highly patriotic people—and
Sunday excursions are directly con-
traverse to the spirit, if not the let
ter of our Iaws._ It'i a queer world.
Absolutely; Pure.
This powder never varies,
,WreugflinnUwlio)oft
 nical than the ordinary »uiu->. una
cannot be sold In competition with the
 ar-rfi*   A marvel of
.'reugthanawholoi-omoneHS. More
ittomloal than the ordinary kinds, and
purity,
lodr
can
mul
orp___, 4_ , 	
Royal Baking Powduu Oo., l«fw"all St.;
multitude of low test, short weight alnm
&E*?°*£.5l™Jv2!^™'  a9.*1' onlyln cans.
NewYork.
sfeiy
and Shoes
Which will be Bold at Prl4*« t» suit «T*ry Person.
WINTEMU,TE'S ^LC-CK,   in -',-: - ifcOLUMBIA StRKKT,"
dwiitisulo
W.C. LOYE,
fnhMiirl) loot ud Shot jfahr,
napalrlna B.slljr Dou.,  CM* 1.1
MTOrdorl promptly attended toV- v'.
CUrhaon St., Inrcarof Colonial Ho-
i«l,iieittaIundBna.'oee.. dnelto
GIBSON, 5ia» left my bed and board
wliliout any provocation whatever, thla *
to notify all penon. aot to trv" '"
myaocoant,a« I will not pay
which .he may oonuaei
JAUK
Chllllwhaek, Augult 4,188S.
iTOTIOE.
asroTioB.
•MOTIOB IB HEBEBV 01
« n«tr dayraft' r-
' 1ni.BtiIfe.llon tot    ., ,.
of I»nd. ud' Work, for r*i
parebH. tbe following deeoi.
■ltruu!.oiiLVsldM Island, Ocuw	
British Columbia:
Conraraelng at • polnton lb, eart boundary of Lot If, Coast Olstrlat, Webalna
•oiltb of  the   north.ut.rlr coin., nf
of th.
s. _ Jot,.theno „ ^
the shore line of Villain
  _   ' nortta«Ht«iy conur of
•aid Jot, ttamo..wl.,0 oljalai/lorjtb to
(he .bore line of Villain Bur, nt..	
erly alon. aaid .hore line to the sonthsart
earner of Lot 84, OoMt Dhtrlot, north to
th.ibore lln. of Main Lake, along west
.hor. line of Bald lake northwesterly to
th, ant point whin our timber loose »L"
iBri»iirfti»ijJ»,,,i,,,'»,r
to a point JOohalnsduo north of I
VTOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN THAT)
IX   we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for     	
thofollowlni
Wntmlnster,.
The But half .^. ,.„„_
B), Township number Thm (1), Ranie ffl
The West half. of Section number Pour
(4), Township namber Thn»(l!),ltaniioffl
Dominion aurveyi.
Ditod thi ltth AufUit, An, 1888.
A BARGAIN.
IpOIl 8AJ.E-160 ACRES OOOP liAND,
P situated on a trunk road, alrontamUes
from Brownsville. Portion of land rich
bottom: balance lightly Umbered. Frame
^lV«ea™,.<;!rha*,;,,1:,:
ie.'Further particulars on application
at threonine.
.X.X.   Jk.V
or alloeuBO to out timber on
f,tt&.^^Hf« -1 tflt) STAND,
ialf of^afBUhn number Five |       tmrnmnr*    VJ I nni»,
Tug for Sale!
., ,IMT70»J|ETiC!0lJPOlINI)MA-
»hl.wy, by fiiierii. jBiikers.
Vihshs. nfiWlbllK atVui.t|8bHR,
djolltc Vauciiuver, B. C.
' Clifea^fer CasL
BAOKBS OF LAND,.'! MII.KSPKOM
Westminster, on a good roiul; (list*
ilgh land, 1«) acres of It from 4 toil
feet black loam,the balanao nlttOTrottonf)
good house and out bulldliign. For furtlirr
— *1iiularsenrj|ilreat    THIS OFFICE,
particulars enqtilre at    _ _.
New West., June 30th, lstt.
dwji'Hotc
FOR SALE.
OT 18. BLOCK XXXVI, 132 FEET ON
_l Elllce Slrccl, ICO loot deep nnd 132
feot on Mclnnes Htreet: contains about
Sullivan. .toiaVfTa^Juai fallen.
This time the fall seems to.,nlark a
final descent into alcoholism and
obscurity, There is to slight an
interval -between tbe invincible
prize-fighter and the shame of the
brutiib sot,' tjiat) the fall can hardly
he said to haveheen great. But it
ought to be enough to make the
brief career of the champion slugger
serve to print a moral, if not to
adorn a tale. Boston rejoiced in
the honor of poMeHing him, and
Sew York paid teni of thourand.
of dollars for the privilege of seeing
him "knock out" less athletie animals. The recital of hii encounters
has filled more column, in news-
papers than have the doing! of
pliilanthrbphiiis or the achievement,
of statesmen, and now the veracious
chronicler of the time records hi.
latest drunken spree as ending up
in a police cell, and hii return to
frMdom a. marking only the begin,
ning of another debauch. It ii
altogether an Ignoble hiitory with a
characteristically ignoble ending.—
The Ejmch.'-
BY TELEGRAPH.
A.olker Nlhlllalle Plot dlseovcnd I. It.
Pet.nb.rg.   The Braad Traak
BlllWsy Ihrealens lo hay
Ihe It. LMnaie.'
ctlaeao rncnuni.  Mrs, La.glry »r
E.Mi>e, The Belallall.a Measure
laCaanlllee. Tbe steamer
Oceanic Ex.ner.ted.
UST aXlGHrg BBSl'AICHBS.
A  FIST VODKO MAN.
London, Au«..,a88.—Prince Albert
Victor, the eldest ion of thp Prince of
Walea, haa developed • paaaion lor tbe
turf and 111 is fssbfollowlnf the lead
of hii father. A. the young man owns
several bones, it is expected • that he
will soon be heard from on the race
track.
VON MOLTKE AND WILLIAM.
Birlin, Aug, 28.—The correspondence between Bmperor Williira and
Oeneral Von Moltke, in reference to
the latter'i retiring from tlie head of
the army, ii published. In replying
to the general', request to be allowed
to resign became of hia' inability to
mount a hone, the emperor wrote that
it waa extremely harmful to himwlf
and to the army to lose a marshal who
haa led the German forces to the most
marvelloui viotoriei that had ever
crowned the itruggleiof the array.
He begged General Von Moltke, but
of love for his sovereign, his country
snd the army that he would accept the
presidency of the defence commission
io that he might know him aa itill
concerned for the welfare of the Fatherland. The general, in hii reply expressed the deepest gratitude for the
emperor's letter and said that it would
be preserved by his family a, an invaluable memento. "Those gracious
words," wrote the general, "arc.the
highest reward for anything I have
been able.to do." The general stated
that he would be happy to accept the
honorable position which the emperor
offered him.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
IWiNIY-ONE NEW CASES.
Jacksonville, Aug. 29.—Twenty-
one new cuei of yellow fever and two
death! are reported since yesterday.
The weather ii very hot. -
BOULANQXg FOR  SWEDEN.'
Pabis, Aug. 29.—General Boulanger
hai gone to Sweden, travelling incognito.
AN EXPENSIVE VIRB.
Hamboko, Au». 29.'—The Ion hy
th. Stein-Warde fire of Monday is now
estimated it $15,0t»,000. :
ENTIBEIV WRONG, MR. WELLS.
Norwich, Conn., Aug. 29.—David
A. Weill, who his just returned from
a seven thousand mile trip via the
Canadian Pacific, says thit thero il
very little popular diieunion of the
fisheries question in Canada, The
dominant topio ii commercial union.
2% ordinary city lots. Bam and Hlnblo
on premises Willi iitmommntlatlnn for 14
horses, harness mum, Ac; good woll of
water; garden, planted with fruit trees,
particulars on nnpllflatlou to
.dinylWo .W.J.FRENCH.
dauloml 'ooaaoprJiiAMcCoLi.'
J\fT.
Sber
Ion
....,. «.....4 the northeast eornerof Lot 17, Const District, thence
dne south 40 ebalna to tbe northeast corner of Lot 17, Coast District, theuoa south
M chains, east 40 chains, and south SO
■bains to point of commencement.
ROTALClTTpLAltlrfQ HILLS (-0.
s*sf-t«J5iSSTcl,r,t"'
(W.)
'i ■■ ;■■■».
Court of Htw Wtttnisittt
'•'. ii6i.n»N ATNiw westhihstEr.
THE BrWINa8~0F THE ABOVE
Court ha. boen postponed frora Wednesday, September Olh, Until Wetl.esdsy,
•et. Srd. of whioh all plalntlfla, defen'l-
anls, wltMue. and Jnrors will lake notice and govern themselves accordingly.
A. S, BLACK,
lfcpHy$iglitre?.'.i
DoMAuiiutll7tb,lltt,        dsuBtlsaU
Opp. Ihe 0. P. N. Co.*s W'liarr.
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
irtery,
Ladles' & Children's Apparel,
tiroeerieg, Cimkiiiy, Cordage, we.
Batter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Oraln, Feed, Ac.
FARM PPfopUCE
BouaBtr oft soLb'oif 'coMMissidS.
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
il   Post Office.
Rooms ai,i, sterna purtNniiKD,
Blilnle or en siillc, -For full piiitlmi.
lars, apply lo
Una, li. (1. Bl'IllSKY,
'' Cillilnibln stir ot,
Opp, Honinn Cathollo Clim-i-li,
djcSlo
umy^w\
VAKlbOUVER OITY
Foundry^ MachineWorks
TUB PROPRIKTOns OK THESE
.workii havo miloli pleasure In notlfy-
llig tliolr frlomls nml llic public tliar. llioy
nre now prepared lo receive and promptly
execute any orders for arork in tliolr lino
with which thoy may bs favored..
A. McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager,
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
• „' u    dwmyisio
' 'Hie spectacle of the sublime porte
gnashing its teeth at the frisky steam
horse who has jumped the Balkan
fi'iu'o and come cavorting into Constantinople, remindi one of Bunyan's
■triking figure of a voracious old
giant who had grown so aenile that
he could do no more thuu lit in the
mouth of his den biting his nails itt
passing pilgrims.    Byzantium,  the
natural queen of the eastern hemisphere and tho centre of its trade,
has become the last stronghold of
the dark ages.    The scat of the
eastern church, 10 much more dead
than the western, that instead of
converting its barbarian conquerors
it submitter]'to the dominance of
the  religion   they   brought   with
them—the teat of Moslem power in
the hands of  uncivilized Tartars,
'Ihe has mouldered away in the dark,
while all the rest of Europe haa been
springing into light nnd life, kindled
by the sparks driven out of her by
the Turkish shock,    However, it is
satisfactory to know that, thanks to
tlio Bulgarians, and in ipitc of the
government, a Paris train hai actually rushed jubilantly into  the
effete old oity,   Constantinople lost
her commercial eminence when the
Atlantic became the path of commerce.   Now that the 8ue« canal is
open, she should be reclaiming it
and perhapi, in spite of harems and
w^#-^^wf7*rl#.«»'
TROUBLE BREWING.
Cheyenne, Aug. 29,—Trouble ii
brewing on the Shoshone reservation
in Fremont county. The government
iwuei ration! to 900 Arapahoei and 100,
Shoshone, it thi. .genoy. The Sioux
viiiton of the Arapahoei are at the
bottom of the trouble. Two white
men Were found dead hear Rattlesnake
mountains on the reservation yesterday, and were doubtlessly murdered
by tho Sioux who donned their wir
paint .fter being ordered off the Shoshone reservation. Half-breed hunter, report the presence of a band of
160 hostile Indiana within 70 milei of
the reservation. Tbey are fully armed,
have plenty of ammunition and extra
gun'i and no women and children
along,
A rEOUUAR MANIA. .
Paris, Aug. 29.—Siv.nl shot, were
fired yesterday into the official residence of the Gonuin ambauador, on.
bullet narrowly missed the porter.
The man who bred tlie ihoti waa ir-
wited. He denounced Bismarck and
Germany. , He is pronounced hopeleie
ly iniane,: with a mania for killing
German!. Several bullet! were fou'ud
in hii pockets. ,
BURNED TO DEATH.
Butle Mont, Aug, 20.—At Brown'.
Gulch yesterday afternoon Peter and
Eugene Varina, aged 0 and 3 respectively, while playing with niaiche. in a
barn on their puront's ranch, set fire
to the barn and were burned to death.
There waa no pot-suit about the place
at the time exoept the children!1
mother who ana tying ill in tho cabin
near by and who heard their cries and
taw tnc tire, but could render no assistance.
A ItOBREn SHOT.
Nooales, Aril.; Aug. 29.—A report
ia in circulation hero to tbe effect that
J. J. Tallier. loader of the gang which
rubbed tho Sonora train at Agunzera
last May, was taken from jail at Guay
nun yesterday and allot,
num politick.
Columbus, Ind., Aug. 2!).—Frank
and Elam Halt, brother,, quarreled
over politic on the evening of tbo 20th
with Jacob Peavy, aged 06 yeofs, of
Nashville, Blown county. A bloody
fiKbt wai Ihe result in which Peavy
used nn axe. Franks •kult wu fractured and he died nt midnight. Elam,
the other brother, received fatal in-
iurioi from whioh ho. died yesterday.
'easy haa bo far escaped afrest,
wheat.
Liverpool, Aug. 20.—The weather
in England is unsettled. The wheat
market ia inactive. Holder, offer
sparingly California wheat at 7a. lHd.
Naw York, Aug. 29.-Wheit, 1031
for cub, 100 Aug., jSept., lJOct,
3 Nov., 8} Dec.
Oiiicaoo, Aug. 29.— Whc»t 93} for
cuh, 3>} Aug. ind Sept., 2} Oct., 3}
Deoember.
retobucan oAccm
Wasbinoton,-Aug. 29.—It ii tni>
nounced thii morning that, a caucui
of republican aenatore will be held
at Senator Edmundi' residence in a
day or two to take final aotibn roepect'
ing tbe tariff bill that il pending be'
foro the finance oommitto.. r
" rgroOKs,' or!j
New York, Aug 29,—U. S. bohdi,
4 s, 128J, ij'i 106f. SilMr 91 11-10;
aterling on London 486J ® 88J; Western Union 83$, Can. Pac. 67, Lake
Shore 974, Nortbweitern 1144, N. Y.
Central 109, Erie 109, Transcontinental 278; Nor. Pao. 268, Prefwred 598,
Nor. Pac. Bond! llflf
•B0BA8LT SHORT.
Hahttord, Conn., Aug. 29.—Joseph Breed, cashier of the Hutford
National Bank, luicided in the hank
building thil morning. I
station on -ire.
Chicago, Aug. IW.-Th.TJnion railroad depot on Canal and Adami streets
waa burning at 4 a.m. thii morning.
The fire is difficult to conquer as it is
between th»w»]U... nrbiiud
BOILER BUR-Ti
Wilkesbabbe, Pa., Ang. 29 -A
pinenger locomotive exploded ita boiler on the Lehigh valley road thia afternoon. It ia rumored many passengers
were injured.   No pirticulinyet.
LANOTOY FOB EOROPE.
New York, Aug, 29.—Society and
dramatic circles here are excited over
the announcement that Mrs. Lingtry
hii decided to postpone her trip to
California and' that the will sail for
Europe on Saturday. The fact that
Fred. Gebhardt ii icroaa the water ii
what makei friends of the Lilly and
lociety goiaipi so deeply interested in
the matter.
VINE CtttTOBE.
Madrid, Aug. 29.—A royal decree
hai been published providing for energetic action against the ipread of phylloxera. It adviiei the irnportation of
American vincsandthlituay in schools
of the growth of vine..
EXTPIOCISBED.
Chioaso, Aug. 29.—Th. fire at th.
depot i, e^tjnjpiihed; low small.
NIHILIST PLOTJJIieiH'ERBD, -,
Paris, Aug. 29.—The Gaufois iayi
a Nihiliit plot hii been dureovercd at
St. Petersburg. 11 men and 3
women were arrested for complicity.
MORE   BIOHBJNDRRS.
Chicago, Aug. 29.—Last evening 13
Chinamen were initiated in the Mon
Yek lodge into the niyiterlei of Mongolian Free Miionry. It wu th.
meat important cerernonythat has ever
taken plat. In that "company" ai th.
Chineae call it Th. American member! who attended uy the work wai
most novel The company hai 600
memben and ii growing rapidly.
THE PLOTTERS ARRESTED.
St, Petersburg, Aug. 29.—A Nihiliit plot hat been unearthed. The
conspirator!, who had quarter! near
the Imperial palace, were raided by
the policeiwho ^pjured 12 men and 3
women, -"lliey Itin secured . number
of bomb.. Since thii leveril other
arreiti hive been made.   .
YELLOW JACK.
Jaoksonvlllb, lift, Aug. 29.—
Th. 12 o'clock bulletin, signed by the
president of the Durvale county boird
of health, uyi: "Since 6 o'clock laat
evening new cuei 16, deaths 2, re-
coveriei L" The cit'reeni' sanitary
association thii morning passed I resolution requnting the lurgeon-general
to MUbliih • hospital nan the refugee
camp on St Mary'i River.
■    TBI OC1ANIC EXONERATED.
San Feanoijco, Aug. 29.—The British nival court concluded its invertiga-
tion, thi, morning, into the collision
between the itesmen Oceanic and
Cheiter, and randared a diciiion exonerating the Oceinic'i officiri and commending them fortbe m.nner in which
they conducted thmuelves.
.. QDTTE RIGHT.
Paris, Aug. 20.—Le Temps explsini
that Franc, refuta, to sign th, ingar
bounty convention because it would enable the United States tb keep her out
from South American market..
THE RETAUATIOM MEASURE,
Washington, Aug. 29 Theiuboom-
mittee of th, houn committee on foreign
affaire having charge of Wilson', retail-
•tlon bill held a seaaion to-day. Verbal
changes were made in that part of the
bill which close, under oertain circumstances, American canals against Canadian traffic. A discussion occurred as to
whether article 29 of the treaty of 1871
is in force or not. Hill, a member of
tbe sub-coinmitte, told your cormpon-
dent to-day that thero wai no doubt the
bill would be reported very similar to the
ono Introduced by. Wilso.. He uyi
there is no objection to confer retaliatory
powers among the representative! generally. The members 'of both psrtlei
from the northwest do not desire retaliation because it would make them dependent entirely upon tbe trunk lines.
WUt, n-RCBiSE   TH. SENATE.
New York, Aug. 29.—The Sun has
a London cable laying the Grand
Trunk people there lay tlwy will spend
money enough to buy congreu, if necessary, to defeat any legislation hostile to their interest, in connection with
the transit of the trade of the U.S.
The Medicine for Liver and Kidney
Complaint.—At. Victor Auger, Ottawa,
writrei "I take great plaisure In recommending to the genual pubUo Parmelee's
Pills, as a cnre for Liver and Kidney
Complaint. I hive doctored for the laat
three years with leading physicians, and
have taken many medicine, which were
recommended to me without relief, but
after Uking eight of Parmelee's Pills I
waa quite relieved, and now I feel aa free
from the disease as before I wai troubled."
Job prating of aU Unas neatly don,
it the WLtwsiAN efflee. Prion will be
found si lows, it uy otter offloil.
th.r»wi-»xv-i.>, rjg, v- •'_.;; ""' n'mnher ;,,..
gailg 9nlish tolnmbian
2£2L
tltslsi, IH.
Js%
We laid before ouriteadera yM-
pMayla shirt descriptive account
s" of thr^ioi^iJUiMliipr^   to be
erected  on  Lytton iquare and at
Brownsville,  the  plans  of which
• 'haw bwu forwarded to Mr. Dong,
!ai.lik%(tUpresident ot the Westmin-
.,,, iter Southern Bailway Company,
""IbTTir^Tal^ the company.   The
Wldingrjit'a^tton square will be of
-■ bYiH-,-*«od»tat«d,and will be a
" fine building.' The passenger house
and hotel acre*! the river is a neces-
aury convenience for the travelling
public u well- u the employes of the
road. The "hotel" in connection with
(he ''rjaateoger house" is not a hotel
vaoperty.speaking,  but a: restaur-
iii ant1 or eating house/Besides a com-
modioui dining and waiting rooms,
■'> . a'lhndi'ebunter is provided,   where
•  hungry;-'Hurrying humanity   can
•natch a meal m the shortest possible time.   To persons waiting for the
train, "both from this  side  of  the
river  and . from   the. surrounding
. ir country, the eating house, Jio,, across
i   the riv.r will be a very necessary
and welcome convenience,  and  as
there are no public lodging accom-
:    modationi no -temptation will be of-
fered for incoming passengers to re-
oi main on, that side of the river, as is
■  feared  by   some  people.   Ai tbe
building! eahnot foil to be approved
of >bj the-eempany—being 'adequate
.      and satisfactory in dimensions and
- .finish, and furnishing every accom-
■ -' 'ijiodatiorr for • travel' which modern
•'--1 uiuage demands—it ii quite certain
' ■   that they will soon be  under  con-
itruction;   Wtieii finished they will
- he or credit to' Ihe Westminster
V   Southern Railway' and  a standing
'. ornament on either side of the river.
last year a cartridge from a pocket
pistol would have settled the whole
affair. After subjecting tho country
month after month to the humiliation of unprecedented surrender, ihe
president's supporters, withitlie teal
of new converts-i.rather with the
extravagant enthusiasm of pretend-
en—are now manifesting such a
renewed and deep and keen sense
of the wrongs we have experienced
from Great Britain in the Canadian
matter of fisheries that they second
the president's extraordinary souiiT-
lault, and inthe alongof the democrats they are' thirsting for Canadian gore,"'
"• The communication to the mayor
: r from the attorney-general, published
v 'in yesterday's OoioMBtAN, throws a
clearer light on the relation and at-
.   titude of the provincial government
with respect to the recent  application by this municipality   to  have
iti-lhniti extended to the south side
o!ti»riTet',ioiiitoihclude a  cer-
tain portion of the municipality  of
So*rey.J-'More correctly  speaking,
'■■■ it phew the matter in its true light.
':   The object of the-desired extension,
>" as etoit of our readers are aware, was
i   to overcome a technical difficulty in
connection with the bonuaing of the
'Southern Bailway.   This  impedi-
•   ment hai since been obviated in another manner.   It will he remem-
••-tiertd-thatMlr.Bole, Q.0:, M.P.P.,
'   lupported the application before the
. T   executive at the capital on behalf of
11   thia city.   The application wai not
,■; granted.   By some means or other,
the impression -wai conveyed that
"'   the government were not willing to
- concede-what the corporation asked,
"'  To give ereryone their due, it would
 appearthatthfr -government  were
perfectly willing, but had not, legally, thrpowerto grant the application. To extend the limits of this
municipality in the direction required implied the contracting of
tho'limiti of Surrey municipality,
and this the ili«uten.ntgovernor-in-
couuiitliodiBo authority to do, as
i statad,1 except for police j purposes,
: "It lis i alwajm  belt that misunder-
■•-■' itsndlngs of  all' kinda should bo
- cleared up, an* we are glad, especially for thu city's lake, with a view
16 the future,-that it has been Bhown
,   that the govsxrament were notprompt-
ed by hostility in failing  to grant
theapplioatbn in question,
ixg s-sujssT-j-bbebe*-3*ai
Th.<'pluoesVknight,"the mouth
,;" ' piece'and oracle ol the republican
.     party, has spoken,-  Time, place and
'i^t«iHMafree>/<lart'''3aturday even
i^;,'at Xewiitoh, Maine, in the city
lull, before in audience  of 4,000,
co»poteirn-incipally of a turnout of
(he republican .organization!   of
1   ■ Lewiiton end'Tieighboring towns,
.'   Mcompanled by  bands of music.
1     Subiect, President Cleveland's  message on retaliation, principally. Mr.
Blaine's treatment of this document
•howl that the republican party
' thoroughly grasp, the political significance of the coiyj which Oleve-
■, lend contrived and launched against
hii opponent, in his message to con
i  „>, gnu, and are determined to do  all
they can to neutralist) iti political
•'■"■' effect   In reading; public  cxpres-
- lioni on public questions in the
United State, for the next few
monthi, disinterested outsidon will
4> well to remember that these ex-
-: pressiom must in the nature of
tilings be largely tinged with parti-
unihip, and, while making allow-
-'    ance for some truth on both sides, it
will be aa well to allow also  for  a
- good deal of exaggeration,   As  in
- the cue of clever lawyen on  oppo-
■ • aite tide, of a case in court, if black
a,  not  made to appear white, and
tsiee twn, to a considerable extent
'■-  throughout the  presidential  cam-
piign, it will not be the fault of the
,   glib champion, on either aide. Here
,     u» sample of the way   the  clever
. - - »»arad-ji^er of tl» republican party,
, »1 aBWia»,.rrrle»vori to turn th. point
1    'ofthe^denrttonethruit with
;.,:■ lik"retolUt»nmi!iiaje''foil; "Hav
.i^viing for three years offered to waive
'.In tkerrghtavof the thhermm and the
-^•rratiOTal'dignityat the lamo  time,
, the president desires now to -pan
over to the other lide of the question
end out-Herod Herod in hii demand
. , tor redress.   Haieems wger to-day
-    e^Oai-ahairg. *iiwhole battery of
Krapp g«n» on - the question, when
A timely article on an entertaining subject appeared lately in an
eastern paper. Whilst commending
the enterprise of a tradesman who
will paint and clean up his premises
to draw custom, or that of the community which will organize a celebration to attract visitors, the writer,
uses novel arguments to show that
the prudent merchant will be sure
to do his share towards making his
business and bargains known by
means of printers'ink. Our eastern
cotemporary being, it would appear,
thoroughly conversant with the
gentle ait of Izak Walton, treats his
readers to an ingenious allegory,
drawing his illustrations from his
favorite pastime of angling. Thil
may look a little .fishy; but, the
scales being removed from the eyes,
the logic will be found to be sound?
and the conclusion, valid. Our
readers would nodoubtlike to have
the1advantage of having theii welt-
considered remarks of this " wise
man of the east''laid beforo them.
Premising that advertising is one of
the concomitants of trade used vfor
drawing-attention to goods, and
that it places men in n superior position for reaching customer!, the
author says, " Indeed, the man who
advertises may be likened to the
man who has a long rod for fishing
in the deepest waters compared with
the one who has a long line and
sinker for fishing on the shallow
covered beach. He has the! power
to wield his influence over a large
area, and by judicious angling moy
receive a Urge share of patronage.
The successful advertiser is the one
who frequently changes his bait nnd
induces people to nibble continually,
for he lets the people know that hill
line is in the water, whilst the non-
advertisers are supposed to bo sitting on the bank placidly looking
on, which in reality they are,1 for
they never inspire confidence in the
public and never do a large trade.
Advertisements can get stale, and
ihould he changed in some way at
least once a month. There are some
advertisements, however, , which
scarcely need altering at all; they,
are like the silver spoon of the trol-
ler, which doesn't taint or decompose. It is a good thing to keep advertisements fresh, spicy, and interesting, with not too much of the
gilded edge about them, because they
evoke an interest in the advertiser,
and when liberally used inspire a
confidence which cannot be got in
any other way." The argument ii
good, tlie illustrations undeniably
sound. Proper appliances for securing trade are just aa i necessary ai
proper appliances for securing trout
Pin hook, may do for the amusement of children, but cannot be relied on to capture a wriggling fish.
A good advertisement in, a respectable and influential journal ii the'
barbed hook that will take secure
holdi The eutom man dropi figurative language midway of his article,'
and proceeds to talk straight at the
niggardly store-keeper in tho following fashion: "Did you ever see a
good liberal advertiser who continually attended to business, kept.,
good window, and a stock to correspond with the advertisement, who
did not receive'a* liberal a patronage
as tho extent of his advertisement
demanded I And may we not with
equal confidence of a negative reply
ask, did you over lee a man who
curtailed bis advertising, took little
interest in his window, falsely economised on coal oil and other thing!
which are indispensable to efficiently
light up a well regulated store, that
the people did not fear that the same
spirit would be infused into hii dealings with customers and that he
would havo to lie watched with th.
eye of a hawk t A liberal advertise
ment, by which we mean an advertisement in proportion to the extent
of the business, denotes a liberal disposition and a desire to cater to the
wonts of the public,"
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
Tir O. T. »—REGULAR MEETINO
VY • every Woalnesday afternoon at 8
o'clock at iho W. C.T. V. Headquarten
(over Cunningham A Ralth'a Shop), Doug-
las St. Loyal l,ci!!on In the same place
every Friday afternoon. uau21tc
DAPTI8T CHUBCH. Agnes Street,
D East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services at 11 a. in. and 1 p.m. Sabbath
School andBlble Glass at 5:90 p. m. All
■eat. frees stranger, cordially welcomed,
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, putor.
fa r BTHODI.T OBtTBOH, Oddfellow.'
M New Hall. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and BibleOlaaa2:30J>.m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.80p.m. Sills
free; strainers cordially Invited,
CST. PAtHU'B GHOBOH. John Street,
B Opposite Orango Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services overy Sunday
at 11 n. m. and 7 p. m. Thursday evening.
at 7:30 o'clock, seals free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School atiiSO p. m.
UNION LOOOK NO, », A. V.
A A. 111.-The 'regular Communications ollbts Lddi« are
.   .   . heldonth,«r,i»(ond»yin«Mli.
month. Sojourning brethren an oordltu-
lyln-lndloattend
Scrofula
Is one of the most fatal scourges which
afflict mankind. 'It is often inherited,
but may he the result of improper vaccination, mercurial}poison, uucleanlluoss,
und various other causes, Chronic Soros,
Ulcers. Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
aud, in some cases, Emaciation and Consumption, result from a scrofulous condition of the blood. Thin disease can be
cured by the use of Ayor's Sarsaparilla.
I iiiliuritcdnscrofnloiw condition of the
blooii, which caused a derangement of my
whom system; Aftw-toWnff less-than
tour, buttle:* ol A.vcr's SarsuparilUvI am
Entirely Oured
and, for tho past year, have not found 11
tiecc'Kriory to rule liny medicine whatever.
I am now in hoi tor'health; and strougeft;
than oyer before,-0. A. Willatd, 2«
Tiuuumt at., UoB.un, Mass.
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sores
lor live years; but, uftcr lining a few
bottles of Ayor's Sarsaparilla, the sorei
U'lilwl, uud I have now good health.—
Uiktilietli Warnotrk, W Applelon street^
Lowell, Miwn.
Some liitralhs ago I was troubled witt,'
Scrofulous Soros on my leg. Tho Unit
was badly swollen and inflamed, and the
•.i-iTM discharged large quantities of offensive matter. Every remedy failed until
t used Ayer's Sarsaparilla. By taking
three Iwttlfis of this medicino the sorei
have been healed, and my health 1s re
stored. I.am grateful for tho good It hai,
jioneme.-r-Mra. Ann O'Brlan, 158 Sultt
van st., Now York. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PrupsW hy Dr. ,1.0. Aysr kOo, Tajwell.MM,
Sold by all DmgKllt..   l'rioo,1; Sis boltia.,,.
ExcsllBiit Farm Property
■DEINOilfll) A0RK9 OF N. E. M OF SEC.
|5 W, Township 12, New TrVeHtmlnster
DfltHcU
The soil is alluvial deposit on a sub-
stratum of clay and Is very rich. Anew
Barn.Is on the. property. Ten acres are
under cultivation, 15 acres partially
cleared, the balance (15 acres) is covered
with vine maple ami alder and Is easily,
cleared. The Lillooet ilvor pauses along
Its northern boundary. Distance from
Port Haney railway station, 2 miles; dls*
tftneefrom school (iouse,^-mllo.
Tills valuable properly will be sold at a
bargain. Apply to
JOHN FmPATRICK,
On the Premises,
Port Haney P. 0. dwJly24mlH
New Westminster Southern Ry
.   Northern Terminus.
MESSRS. W.J.WAIjKER A OOMPY
IVL have lofs for sale In (he oity from,
SoOupwards. . ,      „     „...
Also, Immediately adjoining the City
limits from ffJ*5 upwards; and a few re*
malnlng lots at Sapperton at 9100 on very
eusylerins.
Also, Farming Laud in Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
and along the line ut railway; and Aore
Lots at Brownsville In flm-claim situations
nt profitable, rules.
Intending Investors are invited to call
Immediately, before prices are advanced.
'vertlsers offer their services as
 lor \ WOTJHOfl ASEttS of property,
and as suoh wilt give the fullest information and advice to their best at-lllty, to
strangers nnd others, respecting any pTO*
wsed investment In land, whether tn
heir own hands for unle, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, City. dwTaulm
W. E FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER,
Embalming a SpecUUj.
Dealer In Wooden and Metalic Bur-
Ul Oaaketi. KuneraU conducted.
A fnll'ltneof CofflnTrimmings always on
<hand. Forties at a distance suppliedat
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in every particular,
dwocitc coiumua St. Niv Wut.
<ii.- The Antlre lte««iittion or
«  MwHelne.
£\VL JORDAN'S^HWTOORjNETIO SY8-
f tern of Mudlclues cures Paralysis,
indnejH, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Ncurnlglu,' Bronchitis, Catarrh, Erysipelas, Briglii's Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy,and all chronlu complalnl**, Ft*
vera.flmall Pox, Pileit, Dyspepsia,.UeasU,s,
DtptberU, rancer.Consumpllon, Kiillep-
sy, Ulceration of Bone, Whooping Cough,
Cholera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complaints. The system
.Is simple The mediolne rebuilds the dls*
eased cells and tissues of tbe body with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
ments.Organlo Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared In the body by the
glands. For sale by
dBaute M. DE8BRISAY.
J,A. LANG WITH
Real Estate,
Insurance and GommisBion
I\SLRAX0E IX REST tJ0MI»a\\U:S
PROMPT ATTENTION OIVKN TO AU,
COMMISSIONS.
MINING STOCK BOTJOHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
OaTaaT-ZOa-l. MeK.ail. M.i neat 4'olnm,
M.M., Westminster,     dwau20ml
TO SAW JILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ll
. Peterborough, Out.
- ■  Manufacturer, of
Bam, Ciiwiai mi Hiaw turn hw Mtui,
Forthe convenience of their British Co-
lumbla friends, have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
'   MIUVYWOHTS Ml MECHANICAL ENGIHEEftS.
WMTMIMTEa,
Their Sol. Agents for this Province,
Wo are now building a special line of
Machinery for this country, equal to snr-
thlm built on the American continent,
Betore mattlni any chaniea you will do
veil to t»rre«pontrwlth our agenU,
'"       "' ''v-slllH*4-f**rW,Sr.
.uWwt, «t*ttt«t*
TIIlaCB TJ^BTJSi
Str. "CMys,'V
NTIIa  FURTHB" "iOTIOES? WiLli
„ leave for Callllwhaejr and wttplac.
oXTniMDAVftTHUHgDAYS aBu SA'
I
BBDAYiTaVTS. m..iret«irnlni oli)tho"iot-|
lowing days, For all further fnfaematlor
apply on board, or to
"'" 'W, B. T0WN8BND,
dniyvtc On the Wharf.
IDRSAttCRiEASE.
WANTED
A  DULY-CTllBTIPI0|*tEI)ENGINEER
A forth.atr."Fairy.Uueon." Appljon
3|CPS.i. 1IS0ALL,
GUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   {On. C.P.R. Diror)
. Vancouver, B. C.
A FARM OONTAINING &W ACREil
A -l*ralrie Land, -6 -rnllea from Port
Moody, 8 miles from Weatmlnstor; own-.
'tnunlcatlon by water, rail or wiiion-road.'
Can be purchussd with or wltliout stock.
Terms easy.—Apply to
A. MoLEAN,
l'lil Meadows;
or to SHANNON A UALIa
dWaUlStC V.n.n„..r    '
TXvniosutAitwr bus- w/xtsa
. with a leading English maker I.m
,red to do all klau.of>aepd,lngal
—teprlees.
1   ^*£l^l**^'ten*b**<>lt*^*VT**bd
I-    .    IT H.
\«WEitom-4rrooK 0FEN0t,nrwuNrX*
JJlyllmS
VnnconvorT' ■
FUCBisriix
OOUFA,B-r
OP LONDON, -ENGLAND.
One of tt^e Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
P0LICIE»I8SUB1> AT-Tlti LOW-.
est rates, and. no combination with
any other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,   ??
.  djelm3 • Aoknt.
flffiiWMffiWCE IM.
CAPITAL       .    r $»,«00,000
T) OLIO IES EFFECTED AND ALL
IT claims paid wlthont reference to any
other office, by the General Agent. In
Victoria. ; ■
AQENT8 I» NRW WKflTMIrlStlRl    t-1-
MESSRS. W. J. WALKER & COY
8, BANK BUILDINGS.
dwmylStc
PORT tIAMMOND
NUtMIRY
Fraa Trees,
Ornnmenlul Trees,
'.-Small Fruits.
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished In
.good snaps.
■-.lev Send 15 eta.- for valuable 80-pago De.
wrlptlve, (MMIogas with I beautiful 601-
orod plate.1 ■ .Frlce-Llsu nul free.
■\u^SK.imtitxr,
■*«wdoietc     ■I,»-'fortSanimond,B.O.
^i1yrt,atrnctry
joi^tiiiii,
KTTAVING LEASED AND FITTED UP
H. a fthop iT'—IUs 4U9eeU nearly op-
rille Mr. wise's Blablc. la now prepared
undevuke-the work of a
mtilkWtt.- Lamiilry.
tiomvHantjaien employed, aud work
giiarnnteerf.HlIavIng ensaged a Wagon
for deMver}',' elothex will be delivered
proHptlylu any part of theclty. First*
etmtmitma given If required. A trial
ortter/MUclf^l.' Prices will bo found as
low asAi any flrst-cliiBS cstabllshiuent,
Famills*vtakeR«t special rales.
saw>rUwmDybelottatMr,ricktnsoii's
ButeHwSbop.'ColumbIa Ht.        djafito
AT€<ilOi\ SALE
LWILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION
ar-tM 4-M..W ment. New *c.lrnln-
r,'tht Allowing parnl,.f l.nd,vln
L.U ., *, *, 10, 10, ,-, balnj lub.
dlTlslon, .r L.t T.'HMkZ. N.w
W«.tmlast.r Oily.
Th. a. B.% of l.o. .0, TnnuM, ..
Also I. WV. y. of ».«. SO. Township I,
N.w We.tmluur Dl.lrKt.
Lot ll, Blk ■ a., a. 1 Wot, fronting
on Fnisi-r Itlver, about., mil. and a
half above Halgli's cannery 1*2 acre.;
subject to a niortgago of aj.iaafdtie In
December next,
Sale will take place at-goiuloolc N..d.y
Kvell.I, Srplruiber 101k, 1118.
TERMS CASH.
T. J, TRAPP,
•u&td Auctioneer.
MiMcRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM THE  PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
AMiOnOERS FOR
TAIl-ORtNQ
A FULL LINE OF
EngllHli, Scotch luid Irlash
Tweeds anil Fancy
Trouseringn.
8COULLAR-8 OLD «TAND
Columbia St.,   •  Nlw WsiTiiiitaTi-.
dwmhaSto
Frawr River Improvement.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALEOTENDER8ENDOR8ED"TEN-
nun to. F.A8SR Biyra I»taM»»»
Ki!«i" will b, reotlved by Ihe under,
■lined up to Tuesday, tbe 4th Se.tembfr,
1SS8, for certain woras at the mouth ofth,
Fraser River.
„8peclfloatlon! WOLUDINO OONDI-
TWNS OF TENDER AND. tXINTRAOT.
and drawing, can be Been atthePoat Office, New Westminster, and at this otne.
on and alter the 10th Inst.
Tender, must be made out on the form!
supplied.
The low.it or any Under not necauarlly
accepted. _ _
K. 0. GAMBLE,   ,  ,
Realdint EnglaMT.
WANTED.
QITUATION WITH A LUMBER FIRM
O by a practical, experienced and capable young man', Particulars and references by mail; Address mm *.'
i,   B, 8. P. SJIYTlt,
dauMml   Bt,Fulgence,sagueuay,P.(l.  ,
House for Me I
f RS. EMMA  GOLD OFFERS HER
I   HMBilhU wsMenre,  situated on
noyal Avenue, opposite Oapt, lrvlng's—
the "Nob Hill" of Westminster—on rea
sonable terms.
dauWtc
-Apply direct to
MRS. EMMA GOLD.
WAJOR I PEARSON
2 Real Estate Broken and
■.   Flnnnclal Agents.      -p
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•attainable Lots for sale In the City
-nd District -of Westminster; and choice
Lotsih the City of Vanoouver.
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SUITt«QS
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WestofBnglanrtBnuiildoths
« ana Doeskins and I'aiicy
Trousering.
ColemWi 8t:, Opp. McKenile St.,
i'i    NEW WESTMINSTER, IXC.
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X the undersigned ou or before Ami.
31st, for strttcbHia wire for new Hue as
above,
Fulbparlleulars may be obtained at the
office of the Company, New WeslmliiHter,
ti Tho'lowest or any tender not necessarily
aeoepted.
J. C. ARMSTRONG,
.   . President.
New West., Aug. 1(1,18«8. daulttd
. E. WOODS A. C. AMBLE,
Land SunvtYOR. - NgTMVfiiiue.
WQfid&9T^riuzi&&aalile
i-ANO SURVEYORS,'
AUD CONWYANtlaBIS.     '--M
A.O-B11STXB atTOB
FmB.-Th»W,sl«mofToronlo,TheASt-
na, The City of London, and Tb«Hartford.
ur«,-Tbe New Yorh Life Inuranc. Co.
ACCIDBNT-TheTravellen'of Hartford
Laud .BrvaylanlnalllUbranohea'ac--
cnrolelya»da-om-«ly •srrl-dout,
Cllr-** e**«l*»>» aVsand. IkrlU..
W. ohi 53» . compl.te ll«i of dellnlile
loeimiei; ^ *^^
Mining and other etMk bought .nd
sold. -, ,, ■
Money 1. Loan on first mortgage at
low rates. „___
afwatraon Call No. 83.
-.|..P,OJ'B»A>-»V.     *■
.•.*«**M,IJ«»«ft ADASUil,
0,nn, Etuii'i liati,  • Cotomtilmn
NEVT WaKlTMINSTKR.
dtnhlllc
SALE.
House oV Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND (
- I NABVON STREETS.
One of the Fine* Locitloni la th,
I jTr*xtx<o*a,
I0SEFHU1U.0TTS
Sin kilns'
C0LDMEDAL-PAR!S,I378-
Aorsts: T.M.HIQIEH& CO., Victoria.
. dwoc^yi
NEW WESTMINSTER
 ANI) —
Birriri.Ial-i Tilfiphow Comp^y»Ld,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS. iPort -laney.
OFFICES: tamer Colambla and Mary
ftU.. Kew WfSUwlRiter.     dwmhlOto
XT037ZCS.
XTOTICE IS 'HBRfiBY GIVEN THAT
ll-we have:applied to the Mlnlsterof
Hie-Interlor/oralleenufi to cut timber on
the following lands fa tho District or Now
Westminster, namely:
All that piece or parcel of land lying
Immediately couth of Lot number Four
hundred and forty-seven, Group Two. as
shewn on the plan oM'owmdilp number
Tlirpe, Range ia) West, of the Sixth Merl-
dian.nistrictof NnwWt*tn\lniiter,descrli>
ed ns follow*:-,.oiiiiuRucIng at the south*
east corner of said Ixit 447; Ihenoe aoulh
40 chains, ihenoe west to Cbeum lake,
thence following tho east shore of said
lake and the outlet thereof lo the went
boundary ot Lot 447; thence south to the
abutkwast, corner of said Lot 447, thence
east to placo of commencement—Doml-
DDated7hisiioth day ot August, A.D. 1888,
KNIGHT BROS.
BythelrAgents,
dauioml
Cohbould A McCoi.l.
[^orth ItrHtsh and
Mercantile
FIBE
COMPANY.
oSSrTABLISHED 1800,
Autnorliea Capital,   ■  XI,
Hibitrlbetl    «     ' ♦
pudup, .■   m,m
TlicninASeMnw,*. ' ''
rt3UtDw„1887,       •      1,188,11.
letevle Nre Branch, : i,WMi
^Ratee as Low u an;
-' reliableCompany doing buflr
ness In British Columbia.
J. 0. JAQUE8,
Agent for New Westminster City and
D&trlot. , djell'Jto
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dlsllsT   «*-v*Nfkr-M.N«1 ^BREWSANDCHglSTIANS.
vfalflH U«fTE8  AMD "V«HA3P;f Sfp,
ji* ffARATES JHEM.   I..
,II»
Th. Division between Them Extending
rather than Otherwise—Persecutions
of the J.w. On. Cause of This—Their
Exclusion from Summer Hotels—Jew,
.Ready To Defend It—Obitaole. to In*
, liMrmantagfot Jtnuil Ctutlatlau..
■ U v*-Be««w*»eparair»plt reeently went
floating around that the Jews and Christiana of New York City were drawing
nearer together, and that, marriages between personi holding the differentia!ths
wore becoming more common. In looking
after tha facts yonr correspondent was
& convinced that tln.--.la much r-orotobo
•alii of the astonishing separiicncsa of
the two than of any tendency toward
unity. The wealthy Jews havo n "society"
of theirowu. Thcyare not fnundln the
"four hundred," and It la doubtful if Mr.
I    McAllister's select could get Into their
;    ranks, '• . , ,v   .   ,
il Tbey»*»part>ytto*ea|«vtWie«nlriilve-
,; 1|e.| '%ue perteentlon it t'o Jews has
not ceased yet a" J this'1st .0 season of
the year when It may 1-9 ol.iorved nt lta
height. The summer ho'fel Is tliosceno
of till, now, persecution, nml tlio long, of
ICUnaBtuViift- i&incatao principal hotel
at Saratoga olosed Ui doors to the Hebrew, about a dozen years n;:o, this lnvld-
;.. iom distinction haa been crowlnn more
common until to-day thero are many "Of
tho but hotel! In the East to which a Jew
will not be admitted. One of the belt
knawu niMiUia .of that f.vith ia.Niw
Voins-a ma'upsl cultureand relluement,
■r- ,whoM#rw«tMilouldiiot mar any aaaem,-
I- lily oapahlo of appreciating 1:1m—was de-
...ied admittance to tlireo or, four of the
1 . loailiagajtunraor. hotels., Here ia 11 toco.
lluitiloea not tend to unity. Sochi relations are,.»ora likely t.i lie formed In th.
winter If they must bo broken in tho Bummer, lu a why <o humiliating to one ot.
I be parties concerned.
In conversation with, some ot the most
•.- fntclllKehtnnAsnlturetl of the Hebrew.
ot this city. I wa, aurprlseil to learn that
they admit considerable ronsoti for this
' exclusion of their rnco from hotels. Several of them told tne tlmt they would not
earn to' apend the- summer uta hotel If
they knew; that' two-thirds of the guests
wonld be Jews. '
"It is a fact," said one of thorn, "that
many of the Jewish people fin offensive
In their manners—given to display and
;. ostentation,  Ofcoursoit la to he regret-
i ted that their action should bring the
whole olass into disrepute.  We should
- much prefer to enjoy tliesunposod American privilege of being jiuteiil Individual!-....Th. fallings of tlio llcbrev.-i are
- vaturaL They-were subjected to oppression In their former homes, and when
they come here, such of them aa acquire
much property nrocnrrled away wil.li the
.  . hlcuof the Importance they lmvcntt..lnod.
': Itisiaponiblofor us to deny that such
obiiutlouable praotlcca \\'.:\i tho gaudy
display of jewelry aud rich dresses, are
too common. We'bellove that by recognizing the fact we can da more to remedy
the evil. It Is tho earnest desire of all of
us who have enjoyed, perhaps, superior
advantages, to bring our people ns nearly
up to the belt standard of behavior as
may be. The rising' generation of lie-
hrewi In thla country la greatly In advanced* that which nrawjcil It, I know
of many cf the wealthiest Hebrew faml-
il.. whoa, older- members would uot be
congenial society for a cultured person'
•imply becausethay liav.had 11 U'a opportunity for aelf-lmprovoment, while the
younger members lauve university education!, are pollBhed In maniitt,andiin every
way, good company."
Those, who »iwuk In thla way often
bring reproach upon themselves by their
frankness although tMr Intentions an
.thetnitl»lli.'w«Ul.   ;' -
Itwould mm 1artkr*#«lMs,however,
to eneonrage the,liajlrruWy ot Jewaand
Christiana If Intermarriage la tb be discouraged. The rising generation of Christians la not bigoted aud the Jewish girls
are, distinctively pretty—tospenk cf only
,,, cnealdeof the case—so that It thoy are
net to marry It were belt for their, peace
of mind, that they ihould not meet. There
. lith.gi»4tii»rfrlor,aiiaitii#o»derfuUy
...•a»ellguird,a. '.'.
' On the Jewish side, there Is a weight
'of tradition to fortify the prejudiced.
Among the more orthodox Jews'to-day a
t"i!T lengwu^^lsiii^rnid •
' -fo.--llh.il t(r»-|<*,n,.ci*TOoiile- of
that religion,, The relatives tend their
garment! and lit upon lowstoola for some.
thing less than a fortnight, and the trans-
■ ■ 1 »>^l!.lhffctfl$fi£!f (?'9 ff1' •*•
marriage. Involving such distressing consequence, at* rare. .'
A WW)r*'-Wrf!"* J«W»b-.M,«eiwed te>.,|
'tegarii a marine outiUle tup 'pah).*"
equivalent to-deatb/Wt It can be said
. thai there w. non-nhir^iwitage the.
nricllce. „.K»en Fell* Adlet'i dlinlplei to
Elhici do not bellove It to be desirable.
PaUx.Ad.irl. not entitled Ito pitforma.
marriage ceremony.    He-desired that)
prlvlli-,. bnt the State authorities re-
[■mj to grft"t' Its H**p lilmwlf 1 was not
. - JW»rbei) iu the. uu^gocuo but by th»
.1  iS-eTSoyrr^mfceli lh. brldo
. weak IsmS,t»t\l the f»Nh. fir. Gott-
- ■„ hril,.wSal»«uiu.Bta,0 now liberal nobis iii the city, doei not regard a marriage with » fCblUtlmi k* a lln but he
bellevei tt to be unwise and for this reason deellnt. to perform the ceremony In
bUe-h caeca.
- ... I;aaik»« on. Of th. mire llbwal Hebrew.
- wbat-wonldbethenttltuiUiof the ohureh
on the tiueitlon of marriage between a
Jew una a, materialist, and ho replied
that the materlaliiti.were 10 few that all
the iisroclatloas, Int. Which th. Hebrew
wiuilii be led would probably be essen-
' li wli.illy Chrlitlin nnd tlie caw would Hot
■hi altered.  From this it appears that the
■,,.* WdM-of lBterrorrlM. haa com. ttt
, ..  :.4:ia^«*lMlllK-vih<wlvlnK the comfort.
\i .'■ .Make eaatrMtlng parties In this world
m44*»MIim th* welfM. of their wnbk-
hus not yit mado any progress In what
11 'tmr.lNMllid tho;0nk olrol,,.: Th.ex-
■ 1 .illliaisen«s .1 the upper, grade el Jiwiih
nil •Jeletdi.HitMlni It. Iiv the middle ud
w .psoiaM.iiueiilBteitnirrl.gei ooour, and
.., a* Sirid^bjlBC po, discredit - open .ItbM
piti ly tram questiona of faith.
; .1'ha Jiw» i»v*i"coiOnk-i,'.|» virion,
pait. ofathe uwtry.i4waofe.tlMlrf.llow
1 ,.,>4iv*eriare,ient to be. trained iu rome
',.„ji^/til occupation, their olject being to
•r.acournge the adoption of peddling or
■'■""'tjHSn piit,ln"aaa means of livelihood,
I'hryw0rtil,|-,tfe(i*l»to obljlerat.th.
.*■» matki,'«ndy«t thi lln. I. sharply
drawrrMi-wlll not icon, ltever,fadeaway.
.   Mtt.nhw.vw of the Hebrew people al
im)tteri*«|*»-***-dHeM
.,,,1 ca»4Ml«o taJ-jprii.Bid.by, the ■■ uenaver-
„j. ...» ,__...«_„  hnilneii. sagaolty-
rJ; the race in this
inralSr' fniRDuiat
I
I>-i,hnn^jW*?!?'JT?r",»'
f'^'-^ftw^
' Whittf "tt' cntnniitHliJ
w
sot-IB1 IJusltlon, ■ The * ieadere -of—th*
American Jews, while manifesting a
etunlylndeptndenceiutiielrrelatlonswith
puoplo not ot.tbeir ni^.nre.taking .good
care ol their, ownipnoi'.ln tbe way Indicated and otherwise' itfovlding for the
. time when aa abjectly jwor Jew will be a
;'roretobj6bt.v"        Howard Fieldikq.   ,
KING OF JEWELRY TH1EVE8.
Bis Schemes Beveal a Caonlnf and Fertile Braln-The Career of a Scamp,
A short time ago a cadaverous-looking,
young ,'hian was- arrested by the Church
street police tot uttering n forged check,
He had tried to pass it upon* Staten Island harness dualur. He had reprcstntfd
himself as a reputable and well-known
New York merchaut, and would have
succeeded tu his game If the' harness
deaiur hud notbeennremarkably cautious
and suspicious man. The amount In*
volvcd was Icsattmn £100, nnd the police
looked upon their p:: oner as a petty
thief who had been induced by hard luck'
to tuhe greater chiiiir.slliaii usual. Ho
escaped from his cell that ni"ht with the
aid of some person cither inside the prison
or well acquainted with Us regulations.
.-: If the po.lce had>hown who their prisoner really was they would not have let
htm go-so easily. He Is well known to
jewelers In the United States and Canada,
aud for ten years he has been n bugaboo
to every roan In the jewelry trade on. this
continent* He has during this time defrauded the juwekts cf i.'.iIm city alone out
ot nearly.thist^thcHs.'iii.l doll-irs. Al-
though'ov'ery'iloweler, Ip New York has
been Warned against Mm time and time
■gain, and although Jewelers are very
shrewd and very auspicious, yet he hu
I gone on triuiB|thant!y lu his nefarious
career, and basaived like a prince at tho.
•oxpenseof liiJhlamrrtl dealing victims.
After making a cot. ? Lo would dlsn^oar
as utterly, as thoii-liU had departed 1'.lis
world,and the iC.-at Jiihethafcthe police
.laid hands ou him was on the occasion
already described, when they were un*
Aware of his ldcn: Uy. 1 n t he same manner ho has gone iVrnur'i t he country, appearing and vanULi:': ,.UoEugene Sue's
dread Wandering-Jsw**nd: in th«saae
way ^readlag^dlstaay and dlsolat-fon
about him. ' ■ -■   "
Ihe brain of this thief is remarkably
' fertile lu the invert'on of ."ehep-rs, nud
ho has well desorveil l.ls tiiloo^K.ug of
Jewelry Thieves. ■ l.is . rctrnt 'fst'i-pade
Was so low In compaiisou wliU his tibial
galas that it utterly amazed thunc who
havo.been followlufc hisicareei.. It will
bo Interesting to notceomeof theplaps
he has successfully worked.
On one occasion le walked into tho
office of GauiK.ers & Ivt'S.'n, largo whole-
Bale jewelry lirm on Maidem-Laue and
asked for some loose diamonds. Ha *aid
ho was n jtuvt'lcr Uotii'' biuiiicti* uptown,
andselccteil :...H)wor::i of tlie,'• iiii«. lie
offered a check foHKOUU in pny:in.*:it, and
thenb^j-t't'stetr'to the sniiiiimiv Kuit:he.
hud better have it uerti|.e(l. Thi** ailgJi
tfestion lulled any Kiisplcion that llm
Bule.smaii..mife-ht have had, A nu's-euger
was sent lo the bankfVfith tho chirk, and
the ctiPK-uicr wild he would Htep out for a
few minutes aud return Uy the tim^ the
messenger got back. As soon ns ho
readied the street he hastened after the
messenger nnd saw him present the check.
The cashier cast a casual glance at the
forged eignatu^-o and certified it. A few
moments after the meEseuger'sreturntho
customer leapt-eiired, took the diamonds,
and fclW) iu euansc, and departed. Tho
bank mifT«r«:l Ithe^lops.   Tjhe game waa
'" bold mid yet i-lniplc. Had ttho oasmV of
the bank dNoovcKd.thetforgcry the Ailef
Would have eccii It and would not have
returned to thrstorer -
Ho bniirjliti. CO worth of diamond rings
from 11. K. to/..ire, a J itlton street jeweler,
and s.11,1 he was employed in tbe offlce of
Jordan L. llott, the mi..ionnlreiron man.
Onoof the V. rm accompanied him to Mott's
office, whero the customer said he would
give htr.i the money. When they reached
the oJTio .ttiCifclltw suddenly dashed1
thniifU'.thedoivjrur, ran outof thOUttir
cntranco aud c4*tpea tliroughsome neigh*
Loring built.ings.
He swindled A. H. Smith, of John
street and EroadwAy, out of W.SW by
forged checks also. -HisJatoit and most
clever game, was playel on a Brooklyn
i jeweler named Hart, * He secured the
garb of a Catholic priest and went to a
I convent in the outeln.rtk of tho city.
There he represented himself as a holy
, father, and said that his brother wanted
to ppit a little elrl Ja. the sonveot for,
whose board and tiiltl* u he wonld pay
Tory well.  Tho brother would come, ho ,
: said, that afteraooo. Ha told the Mothei*;
Siiperlor thatr'hit brother wMpeouliai'.j
and that itwould bo butter.fshewwhim
first when ho arrived. The lady had no
suspicion and assented. The same morn''
to thai Convint, He
, aud aaid that
If she was iitlsfied with li ihe would pay
for it then. He looked so Innocent aud,
. htart.ry waaaoplatutW. ih.ttb.^jr-B-
dujo failed to suspect anything., Hastening bock to the convent he went Into the
sauloranAUW the servantglrlthntna
hut brother would be thai
moment! hi would answer t
wlf. Thiehetookoutnpra
became very Intent iu srylug his prayers.
When tn, niiinciagcr ai rived with th.
crow h. tawktt aud anW he would take It'
up to tha Mother Sji ;it: lor. Hi weut up
oee nipOjf itAllH down anfith.r and
sklnpedlb way fl-flSisemcnt door.
rluht. one U liL-llL-VPttfn lac I^UlAWUlhblj.
lie i.i nmv supiiiiacil tu be work!:?,! hll
- sclti'uit's thruuuU the country. Aclrciilar
wlih his portrait ud dewrintiuu h
been sent to ever- oity la the I'nlt. _
States and Canada, and Pinker mi's
itonoy II trylig, to leliire him: VYh.n
ho ia nabbed lh,r. wHl *ie complainant,
enough to keep him 1. prllon for life.
;,-:,.;■ 15 i jtmiHog.;
TI^E MAYOS, .o'^iWS^qBrf, -
Dls.lty »ndratr«na». P.rlalal^r t» Ml.
y^eoveribj
Dado theb*
| hod. He. ha
ai-dwhenver-in-l
•vorHlwltthll
t >iew York ,v,r
peoples mayor,
a wrong he did
The office ant niver
witli suoh vigor be
fore, nnd it Is not at all unlikely tlmt. If
the Democrat* refuse, to numluat. Hewitt
that the HMvlblioMI will do ao. The
nextmavorof Hew Votk. will have more
powir and patroiiagalhan iUm governors
of any fottritatwj Ho w(l| he niorelnflu-
entlal than any three cabinet minister,
and be will hair, the disposal of a acbr. ejl
.«l|ciifMln«^rmw,.^ ^
''■■■. Sloping the' Dominie ,!■■-Mar, n
- A Michigan man ha, ropottad the following lnscrliitl.n found, ov,r a pulpit:
"Thi, li to certify that i:o mlnlstar be-
loliglug to any Beoret society, or hll hll
itfo insured, orroadi hi. sermbni, or does
fiotKneclin' prayer, iball bi .Uqwid.to
prench lu thla house of 0 ihAXord '
of Host. Is Judge."
These people did not, lnan|fa.t,4jie »t-
moat conlldeuca- in .their VJeth-e'Vawhao
they framed tins, .narraw (ancf ungram-
m.llctl) law, for tb. prwchlni of M.
.nd' I' )l«WW»JM***ii,.| i in       *
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For a number of months I was
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liver. .Mycyeaalsotroubledme. Iwas
compelled to wear a, shade over them,
and, at times, was Unable to bear exposure to the light. I was entirely  .
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HAVING I.ATRLY INCRRAHRDOUH
Honnectloii in the: Rnst and else*
where very eimsldenibly, wo aro hi n no*
sltioulo give prices on any olass of Machinery that mry be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Roll*
en, Planers, Matchers nnd Moulders,
Buss Planers. WntHl LnttuM, Knnd
Saws, Blind Mnrliiliery, Qutun
, Laliies. ishupnu- Mii"hln-s,
Shingle Mucliltips, Lntli
Machines A lV»Hi-rs,
Two, Three nud Pour Block GircUinr Saw
Mills, Band Saw Mill-:, r-ntniili. Engines and Boilers, nnd  Moisting.   ;
, Knglues, Also,'Tohn llcrtrum
-.  * Sons' and Tlm Trnndon
Tool Co's Iron Working
;,, Machinery.
Brick Maohlpos aud Crushers of. either
the Marliu or Bolrd make,
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, including Circular Saws, Hul.d or Inserted
Tcnih, .Lubricating Oils, Hubbor and
Iaeallier Belting,, which we carry   In
stook.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
. Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice,as well as Paints and'
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of tho celebrated Broad make. Wire Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
Wo arc sole agents In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY. Engine Co'y, whoae
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER aTeONARD,
CeinM. II..   On>. ■•w."Adv.r,l..r,
VANOOOVER, B. 0,
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
*Mz
IHOKI
Which will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CASH. raTA We
consignment to arrive shortly.ia Always in Btock—Lefttrier, Slloe Find-
ingS, &e„ o." all kinds.   Custom Work a specialty.
i JA«BS   BOTTaSBATJ,
dwjelyl No. 81, Columbia Strkkt. i
for Infants and Children.
"CMterinl.Kiirsllad.pted to oMldren that I Outer!, core. Oolle, OararMnatlori,
I rec.ran.eadllM.u[«1orlo«ypr»cr.pU« I gJJ &*^„D""22n. S'lSrimofc). dl-
kanvatome."     ttA.Aaoinra,H.D.,        I mil^n^ * pnanc-aoj.
m8osOiiajialBt,BiwiBrii,N.Y.   I Without injurious molestful.
.   -    Tea Caaraca CoMPiKf, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
M»D & INVESTMENT AUMCY, Ld.
■iranM n ;i*-i,«-a.,
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.   MASON,
CUVLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad SI. - LOUDON, ENGLAND.
The Business ol ALLSOP * MASON hu been merged in the above Company
ud will be carried on by the Company from this date u a general Lud Investment
ud Insurance Agenry.
'   MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rate,.   Town lot. ud Farming
Land, for Sale on easy term,,
Victoria, B. C, May 16th, 1887. dwje7t<
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF8TBBBT • VICTORIA.
■A-OBUTTS   -OB
North British and Mercantile
inwrancc Co. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON 4V CO.,
.      8B Pmsbury Oroui,
,  London, E. C.
COME AND SEE!
W. a HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKBM POSSESSION OF
Jl the -•Temperance House,"fronting
on oolumbla and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as.the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following ratesi
Board per day „.........*..._...,1 00
"      a.  Wee|t  ^ m , soft
fUaile Mealfc.. -..........„..„.„.>...,   K
BedB    36 „
•avQood nfoommodatlon fur Ladles and
families, mysto
Flowers for aale
Fl mSOBANCE.
THE   UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to receive applications
for policies on all food risks at current
rates.
MAJOR &PEARSO\,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
Post Olnce, Westminster.       dje26m3
NOTIGE.
fenato Lib Iiibm Go.
PAKTIKB INSTIRRD IN THE ABOVE
Oompuny, whose IVomloms arc pay-
uiili- nt Eiiiicrii points,eim lut\*t' tho place
of payment there- f oiumgi'd tnthisclly,
frenof charge, hy applying to the under-
signed.
••■ ttfaka taken In HiIh lending t'nnn-
dlaii t'ltmiiaiiy at inosi mverablc raits. .
HENRY V. EI1M0NDS,    r
dJoSSla AokntV
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SlJItSOniBEBB ABE NOW PRE-
PAnBDTOTORNOOT'
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RI8S
1   At Special Low Rates.
5rtyinj ud AU Siiii of Iiaiinj
Done at Bhortcst Notice.
DryCrslwoorl delivered to any part of
the City,
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
•arstablea nearly opposite O. P. R. Depot, ColumblaSI., NewWostmlnBter.
djilltc .    QILLEV ■ROB. Rior*
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. blCKINSON
BUTCHER,
Searly .pjoilto the Colunlal Hotel
NEW WEB1MINSTEK
THE LARGESI AND   CHOICEST
aisortmeat of ■ all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Corututly on hurl, ud supplied to Earn.
Hies, Restaurants, and-Steamboats at thi
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA  & JAPAN
W
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
consignment Of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Khibrolderod Silk poods,
:    Bhfiwli, SereflH, Bed Quills,
Dmslnjfipwiij, Klc, Kit.
—Ai/39.—
Porceliln, S.titiB*,<;ioliiime,
In, iWlv**j -Imi^T»«»IW<>'>« ■•><•
'        OirlM of Every Deiorlptlon.
imtxmn-titn stumer direct from
CHINA AMD JW/UI.
. 1 -SirTT«
Hoping that you will honor us with your
visit, we remain very reipectfully yours,
Kwong oh Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, HnWllTsllNITE,, R.L
B»t4>*4»Joilfo,*,'' dd***l
■'il   IW llili i , ,. . .'■
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
-tmus-at-b . .
Every Ailer.M. except Innday.
BVTBI
XMHtXtXDT     SEOIHIBS,
At their Sleain   Prlntlna EstabllBb-
ment, Oolumbla Street.
1
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Payment In all easee (except for weekly
rat.) to be mad. In advance.
IS
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•nbaequent oon.ecotlrelnsertfoii.Jou. per
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Business or ProfMslonal Advertisement.
wilIb.rwilveditiollowlnfr.iMi llnoh,
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I.erlal 'Mice, amoni reading matter,
•1 ete. per lln. eseh Insertion. Special,
calling attention to advertl.ement., lOcts.
per Hue.
Births, Marriages and Deaths.,1 for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, GO els. each Insertion.
Aacllen tales, when displayed,charged
•lb per cent, less than transient advta, If
sol id, charged at regular transient rates,
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued every Wednesday Mwnln..
Delivered tn the City, per year. ....$3.00
Mailed, per year. .'. 2.00
Hailed, <T months. ~. 1.35
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20 eta. per Hue each Insertion,
Cat. must be all metal,and forlargecut.
an extra'rate will be charged. No advt,
liMrted In either Issue for less than ,1.
laypersons sending fn advertisement,
ihould be careful to slat, whether tbey
«re to appear In the Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Central Grocery. ., Sinclair
JEJiulg British Columbian
Wednesday Evening, Ang. M, lias.
Ice cream at the Club. *
Salmon averaged only 12 to the boat
last night.
A train load of cattle arrived from
th. interior last evening.
Bon-Ton Polish, just received at
Grant at Madura's Boot and Shoe
Store. *
There waa a clean aheet at the police
court to-day for the first time in several
weeki. ...
.:1.,Ih.«rtr.!!rwii|<|deart.d fur up-river
•jwr*. this morning with 15 tons of
freight and 20 passengers.
The itr. Rithet cleared for Viotoria
to-day with 20 paasengers, 30 tons nf
freight and 62 head of cattle.
The Weitern Slope left for Nanaimo
thia morning with 40 ton. of merchandise ind I number of passengers.
Wettminiter hu inipped over ten
ton. ot froun salmon to tha eastern
market during the past five months.—
Reveille.
Many stranger! are crowding to the
city with the hope, of finding employment on the Southern Railway, Then
will be no lack of opportunities in a
tew week,.
' Malarial poisons can bo entirely re-
iro/ed 'from the system by the use of
Ayer'i Ague Cure. Thii remedy contains
#«.neci6g,:in the form of a vegetable pro-
dudtpued i.ia**ilther:-Ague preparatii
Warruted.
Mr. E. H. King, of tbe Vancouver
Wine Co., wai set upon laat night in
Vancouver by a man named Godin
and 'evenly thrashed. Godin hll
been arretted. No reaaon ii given for
the auso.lt.
Scrofula, in the blood, corrupts and
contaminates every tissue and fibre In the
whole body; but whether appearing in
the form of swellings, erysipelas, or running sores, the malignant poisons of this
disease are completely eradicated by the
use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Tha Canadian Pacific steamship
Abyssinia, the pioneer vessel of the
line, wiled last night for Yokohama
and Hong Kong with 27 cabin aud 200
itewig. passengers. Her cargo con-
liited of 31,070 sacks flour, 3,100 bales
cotton, 5 carloads uf machinery and a
quantity of other goodi,
Mr. George Tolen, Druggist, Graven*
hunt, Out., writes; "My customers whe
have used Northrop ft Lyman's Vegetable Discovery ud Dyspeptic Cure lay
that it has done them more good thin
anything they hive ever und." It hia
Indeed • wonderful inOuence in purifying
the blood ud curing diseases of the Dl-
(Mtive Organs, the Liver, Kidneys, and
.11 disorders of the system.
A whooner from Cape Flattery with
100 torn of hillibut on board, all
caught in three days, were shipped
eaat from Tacomn last week. At
Whatcom il over 100 mile, nearer Gape
Flattery than Tucoma, these fisheries
will probably: ship over iho first railroad to Bellingham Bay, There are
millions in thi, fiih businesa, yet in it,
infancy.—Reveille.
Coal i. $10 per ton and may go higher before the mow flies. Tile lame
moral nnd pecuniary ooniideritioni
that induced King Rab to increase the
prtot from 18 to 110 will silence the
''itill email voice" of conscience that
il protesting against a further increase.
Halt wu right to exact 110 per ton if-
t.rthe exploaion, it cinnot be far
wrong to make it (12 now. Hay muat
be mitt, while the sun shines.—rimes.
A teUgr.ro wss received thii afternoon from the United Ststei officials
it Port Townsend listing that no In-
duns from British Columbia engaged
to work In th, hop field, or at other
work. In Wsihington or Oregon, would
b.lllow«d to erou the boundary, and
warning them not to make a useless
tourney. Th. United States officials
nn initruetlon, to enforce the foreign
oontract labor law, and it seems thit
for ono. they will perform their duty.
O, E, Comitock, Caledonia, Minn.,
writei: I wis suffering the most excruciating nam, from Inflammatory rheuma-
Umi. On. application of Dr. Thomas'
BttUctrio Oil afforded almoat Inatantre-
Ksfi md two bottla, eilHted a permanent
•canty Mlnliler Cc-tlnt
Wm. Smith, deputy minister of marine, ii expected to arrive in this city
from the eait on Friday next, when
ho will moot the council of the board
of trado, the mayor, Mr. Chiaholm, M.
P., and other prominent citizens invit
ed by the board, at the city council
chambera, in the Hyack hall, to. con-
aider river navigation improvement,
and other matters of public interest.
Valuable result, ire expected  to  be
■ a tm <~
•—-".   .   fa,,.*-- D1|,L,,.,Paubtfl.
}tWmwyrJWr^mrveT*yttn')tVi
' The MeMle* Case.
The notorious Menziei case, after
dragging lta unsavory length before tho
public gate, in one way and another,
for about two months, has been removed from the boards in the exit of the
principal actor, Mcnzies, who waa
sentenced oil Monday last lo eight
monthi In the common jail at Victoria. Mr. Justice Gray, in tlie
course of his remirki informed the
prisoner that ho had inken sixteen
monthi off the punishment to which
he wu liable, and that by conducting
himself properly it would bo open to
him to apply to the orown for pardon.
.. . * ♦	
Very Ceel.
Bonny, the young man tried a few
daya ago for bringing atolen property
into Canada and convicted and sentenced to two years imprisonment, was
a very stylish young fellow slid put
up at one of the very best hotels
when he arrived here. When hia
fate for the next two years became known to him tho other
day he wrote to his landlord a letter
remarkable for its calm philosophy.
He uid: "Kindly lend mo my toothbrush ind parte, a striped collar and
linen shirt. The overcoat, comb, hair
brush, &c, you will kindly keep till I
call for it, which will be about the 25th
of June, 1890."—Times.
The Southern Bailway.
Work on the right-of-way contract
for the Southern Railway is being
rapidly pushed forward nnd some 200
man aro now at work. Mr. Leamy
has sub-let the first 12 miles of the
line ind .ill probably have the balance
aub-lot by the end of tho week. The
tint 10 miles will be ready for grading
in 5 or 6 weeks and it is expected tho
work of construction will bo commenced about that time. Mr, Sheafe
and Mr. Cantield will arrive in the
city in a few days and will bring plans
and specifications for the proposed
workihopi with them. It is proposed
to commence' the erection of the workihopi as soon as it is possible to do so.
 .--.-» —-.'    ii.j.
Earthquake lu IMuyoes.
A letter was received by a gentleman in thia city yesterday, from Oioy-
ooi, which contained an account of
two earthquakes which happened there
on the 6th and 7th inn. The' Ont
shock, which occurred at 20 minutes
to 3 o'clock in the afternoon, wu the
most severe and loosened immense
rocka from the mountain Bides, from
where they tumbled into' the valleys
below. The shock wis accompanied
by a loud rumbling noise similar to the
explosion of a magazine and caused
some dismay to the inhabitant!. The
shock lasted nearly 30 seconds. The
second earthquake occurred at 1 a. m.
on the 7th, but wu slight in its char-
actor and was barely perceptible.
 . . .
Annual scotch Gathering.
At a meeting of the Caledonian and
St, Andrew's Society held last evening,
it was decided to hold the annual
gathering and Caledonia Ball in thii
eity on October 4th. The general,
committee appointed to make arrangement! is as follows:—Chief Bonson,
Mr, Jamei Punch, first chieftain, John
Buie, Jas. Stevens, J. Rankin, Sergt.-.
Major McMurphy, Thos. Mowat and
Col. McGregor. Jnyitations have been
lent to the sister locietiei of Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Kamloopi and
Seattle. The society intend! to make
the coming gathering the moat important yet held ind.the ball ii expected to eclipse anything of the kind
heretofore given by the Caledonium.
Survey tfta.aie.ced.
Mr. Bell, C. E., left yesterday to
make an exploratory aurvey of the proposed railway and ferry to connect thi.
city with New Westminster ind the
American .yatem. of railwoyi. It is
proposed by the gentlemen who are
interesting themselves in this desirable
enterprise to procure all tho information possible io that no mistake may
be made in perfecting their plan.. If
the company ia luccaiaful in carrying
out their intentions, it will be uf great
benefit not only to this city but to the
Saauicli peninsula, which flio proposed
line of railway will traverse from one
end to the' other, in addition to tho
great'advantage of being brought within two houn of Now Westminster
city.—Times.
    .	
MagGaptared Ihe Pel.
Thii morning un injured cow wii
slaughtered ou tho wharf, and among
the apecutora watching' tho delicate
operation waa a Chinaman who observed every movement closely and
seemed to bu calculating hia chances
for a mpply of fresh tripe. A small
portion of the entrails were dropped
through the manhole into the water
beneath and in a twinkling the heathen
wu under the wharf lo fiih it up. Ai
luck would have it, just ai the hungry
celeitial was under the manhole and
looking round to find his bearing, the
balance of the offal fell through and
struck him on the held and shoulders
leaving the poor Chinaman in a terrible
plight. But Mr. Sing waa not at all
unnerved by th. unwholesome ihower;
he gathered the whole lot and carted
them to Chinatown where lie found a
ready market at a handsome profit.
 • -^.- —
Mr. Sheehan, of Oscoda, Mioh,, writes,
"I have used Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil on
for different diseases, and found it to be
just u you recommended. It bu done
justice to me every time, nnd It'll the
best Oil forhorse. Ieverused.". Observe
thst tbe name "Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil" ll on the front of the wrapper, as
there ire imitation! of It.    .
I*     I      *■
A rrWe.t.	
The board of trade hai lent a memorial to the Dominion authorities,
strongly protesting against the cancellation of iho mail service between this
city and the North Arm, and alio pio-
tcBting against the cancelling of the
mail service by stage, between thii city
and Port Moody.
.".   '      . . •*	
Incceisl.lly Accomplished.
Yesterday morning, at Vancouver,
the work of hauling Ihe water-pipes
across the Inlet, for the Capttano wator
worki, waa commenced and at 7.30
laat evening tho operation waa accom-
Sliahed without mishap or accident.
Ir. MoCammon, C.E., who waa present, informs us that the contractors,
Koefor & McGillivray, hud t»ken
overy care and precaution and from
the moment tho pipes were first put in
motion overything went smoothly until
the line reached tho south shore.
Four pile-drivers and a steam winch
were used for hauling tiie pipe across,
aud although the work waa necessarily
alow it waa accomplished with ease.
Conaiderable red paint decorated Vancouver laat night and the rejoicing!
were greet among the many friends of
the scheme, which has thus been ao
successfully carried out after many
mishaps and disappointments.
i ■ **.———i—-
...peiied Drowned.
Last evening about 7 o'clock Wm.
Fern and Alfred Hether, two young
men who board at the Arlington Hotel,
borrowed a boat from the proprietor,
Mr. Seeley. They did not any where
they were going, but said they would
return shortly. The hours sped by
until eleven o'clock struck and Mr.
Seeley was just beginning to experience tome lean, when a man stepped
into th. saloon and informed him that
he had picked up between th. harbor
lighthouse and the dredger, a boat
which he recognized ai that of Mr.
Seeley'i, and a hat, rudder and oar
which were floating close by it The
boat, he said, must have been capsized as it waa half full of water. Mr.
Seeley examined the boat, whioh he
found to be his property, ind after
calling at thia office, informed the
authoritiei, The affair is wrapt in
mystery, but it is thought the men
were drownod as nothing was heard of
them up to a late hour,—Colonist.
Injunction Granted.
Be.tral.l.i the Weal Cms, Frew Cross.
Ing the Snohomish.
On Monday last at Tacpma Judge
Ally,!! issued an order of the court ro-
fcatning! tifd WIHt OottSt Railroad from
bridging and crossing the Snohomish
river. This injunction wai obtained
by Senator Cantield, on behalf of tbe
B. Ii. R. &N. C. Mr. Cantield. company a few years ago obtained a charter
from congrasi granting hii railroad th.
right of way over the navigable riven
between Seattle and tlie British boundary north of Whatcom. The West
Coast have no congressional charter,
out claim to be operating under un aet
passed by the legislature last session,
claiming that a congressional oharter
does not grant any more privilege!
than the legislative act
As the West Coast interests are an.
tagonistic to the interest, of the B. B.
R. & N. Co. Sonator Cantield sought
an injunction to restrain the former
company from crossing navigable
streams without a oharter from con-
gNas..-'Thm (rrltiaslie-wM presented
te the court and Judge Allyn granted
an order restraining the West Coast
from bridging the Snohomish. On
Wednesdiy the order wu served and
for th. ] present at leut work muat
cease. '
Mr- Geo. Merrimam uyi there ii
tonie feeling about the injunction in
Seattle, as tha' queen city business
men were anxioui to see the Weit
Cout lide-tnck Bellingham Bay by
building along the Nookuck valley;
henci they don't like to ice Cantield'a
railroad win a victory which may place
the B, B. R. & N. Oo. in a position to
force the West Coast and Canadian
Pacific to a compromise which will
gi.ehii railroad the advantage. If
Senator Oanfield ihould luoceed iu
maintaining a perpetual injunction
against the Weit Coast, then the railroad maps of thil country will have to
be readjusted according to iho ideal
and desires of Hon. Eugene Oanfield;
and the Canadian Pacific will be compelled to do busine'si with the road
from Whatcom to Now Westminster,
imtead of running everything to Seattle, . The ruder can readily see that
the qucitiom involved aro of para,
mount importance to the future prosperity of Bollinghan Bay.
Senator Cantield has drawn first
blood in an important railroad fight,
and unless the  temporary  injunction
t'ust obtained by him shall be deiulved
iy th. court on final hearing, he will
be th. railroad dictator of the wealthy
counties lying on tho eastern. ihure of
Puget Sound from Seattle to the British boundary.—Reveille,
Personal.
Mrs, and Miss Van Horne are in
Vancouver.
E. A. Sharps, of Lulu Island, was in
the city last evening.
T. O. Atkinson went over to Vancouver this morning.
S. It. Pnrsona, a well known Winnl-
pegger, ii paying the province a visit.
Mn, and MiiB Kind returned today from a weeks itay at the Brighton
Hotel, Hastings.
Mn. J, W. Harvey went over tu
Halting! yesterday and will ipend a
couple of weeki there.
Ju. Wilion, aunt, of 0. P. It telegraph!, returned yesterday from an inspection of the line between the coast
and Donald.
H. Harvey, one of the owners of
the celebrated Bonanza mine on Oay-
ooin Creek, ia in the eity viiiting with
hi, brother Mr. J. W. Harvey.
We learn tint Rev. Geo. B. Allen,
formerly of thii eity, hu tendered hi*
resignation at putor of the Fint Congregational Church, Lodi, Cal., and
removed to Eaat Oakland, Cal.
m
tste cauadlaiNcws.
lmmmnat%tolht Tti(W'p-"trf°
QOBBEC, Aug. 24.—Governor-general and party returned to town at 7
o'clock last night. At Lake St. John
they visited the Montagonais Indians
and were presented with an addresa.
They also visited Hudson's Bay posts
and brought back many gifla as souvenirs of the vi.it.
The mail steamship Parisian ia expected in port about D o'clock this
evening, thus making the futeit passage on record, and beating her own
time by about two houn. She will be
the first of the mail steamships to land
passengers in this port on Friday.
Toronto, Aug. 24.—The result of
the Dominion election in Hilton, on
Wednesday, bus decided the liberals
on running ihe coining contest in
Cnrdwcll on the unrestricted reciprocity issue, Laurier will take the stump
in tlmt riding the momont the date of
the writ ii announced.
Scott act repeal petitious are circulating in the midland districts, efforts
being made to have the voting occur
in Peterborough, Northumberland,
Dunham, Lennox and Addington and
other eastern oountioi ou the lame
day.
focHMoND, Que., Aug. 24.—J.
Scott, charged with robbing tho mail.
at Weitbourne, waa arretted at St
John, while proceeding to St. Anne'i.
OrrAwi, Aug. 24.—Tenden will be
called for early for the drill hall at1
Begina, whioh will coit (30,000.
Mr. F. N. Gilborne, superintendent
of government telegraphs, leaves in
a few days for British Columbia on
departmental business.
Report! have been brought to Ottawa of i serious outbreak of measles
among the Chippewa Indians north I of
Lake Superior. The ravage, of the
disease ire expeeted to be terrible
when winter comes unless prompt
measures afe taken.
Hahiax, Aug.25.—While on a passage to Ponce, Porto Rico, in the brig-
•ntine Evangeline, John Wation, aged
21, fell from the royal yard! to th.
deck roil, 70 feet, split hia head open,
bounced into the aea and wai drowned.     .:'
Misi Jessie Miller has issued a writ
against Aid. H. F. Worrall for damage!
for slandering her character, for assault, falae imprisonment and malicious
prosecutions.
Jamei Groucher, of French Village,
Margarets Bay, celebrated hii centenary yesterday.
The troopship Orontes leaves England on lit September for Bermuda.
Thence the brings the 76th regiment to
Halifax:
Thkbb Rivmis, Que,, Aug. 20.—
Ezekiel M. Hirt, advocate, J. P.,
died suddenly thii morning at lix
o'clock.' Although not woll he wai
not confined to his bed, and hii sudden demise startled tho whole rigg,
He was aged 72, and tvu a proituneut
citizen.
 »'W .i—a
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
worm killer, Mother Gravel' Worm Exterminator; nothing equals it. Procure
a bottle and take It home.
leaden Eehwa.   .
Losnox, Aug. 28.—Reports from
Alexandria have been received showing that the Egyptian com crop haa
lerioully suffered. The report! alio
lay that it will be impossible ' to. grow
wheat in upper Egypt in 1880 and that
the greater portion uf the other, eropi
can only be cultivated at increased ex-
peine.
Mr. Gladstone hu presented to a
church in Flintshire the money he haa
received from the piiblicntiojii of .his
reply to Colonel Ingersoll iiijhejii,
cent religious discussion held between
them.
The French press, knowing little of
the motive of tb. president'! menage
oT retaliation, ii led to take it seriously. Le Temps aud La Libertie strongly
condemn the president's action u an
offence againat international comity;
in other regards it ii i juit retribution
on England for the arrogance other
trade policy abroad.
It ii believed in lome political circle!
in St Petersburg that the Czarina,
when ahe goea to Gmunden, will bear
to Prince Waldemar a suggestion from
the Cznr. regarding hii candidacy for
the throne uf Butg-iria and a hint that
the Czar will lupport hiin in thii direction. Tlio Czaiina . will moet at
Gmunden her father, the king of Don-
mark, arjd her brother, Prince Waldemar.
The recent accident to Siinmonda,
the daring aeronaut, lin. put an end to
the attempt, to make balloon toy ages
from London to Vienna. The previoui
•ttomptl at thu | dsngcroui venture
which have been mode every Monday,
have beon unsuccessful, and now th.
aeronaut! lay that Simmond'i failure
li enough lodolar tlie bravest and
prove! that the trip ii almoat an impossibility.
Have yon tried Holloway', Com Cunt
It has no equal for removing then troublesome excrescences, M many hive testified who hive tried It.
Children.' Cry for Pitcher11 Castoria
Air C. T. tl.-RGOULAtt MEETING
VV . every Wednesday afternoon at I
o'clock ut iho W. O. T. U. Hmdiiuarter.
(over Cuunlnlham A Ralth'a Hhopi, Dong-
las Hi. Loyal Lesion In the same place
every Friday afternoon. daustto
Baptist church, Agnes Htreet,
East of   Mary Street.   Lord'. Dai
Sorvlcos ot 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
flcliool nndBlble Claas at
p.m
Siso
p, m. All
teals free; strangers cordially welcomed.
-Rev. Tho.. Baldwin, pastor.
\ fKTHODHT CHURCH, Oddfellows'
1V1 New Hall. Rev. J. 11. White, Pastor.
Hervioes at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:80 p.m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.IM)p.m. Beat!
free; strangers cordially Invited.
T. PAUL'. CHURCH, John Street,
ally Invited. Sunday School at 1:80 p. m.
UMOJI LODOB ■*, t, A. F.
* A. -J—The regular Communication! of .thil Lodge are
.    .    . held on the rlrtt Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are oordlai-
"oatteno ____„ ««.„■.
PETER GRANT,
8Mnt.IT.
A
ly Invited to attend
fetS-tc
Be oh Your Guard agalnit lud
den Cold,, irritating Coughs and Soreness of tht Throat Keep Hagyard'a
Pectoral B*Jsatn,,at Hand for then
grevalent troubles' of Winter and
jjrirdj itjfttijpi/*' •''mr   'if
SILK RIBBONS I
Thoj. of nil readeri who would like to
have u elegant. large package of extra
tine, Assorted Rrbtxini (by mall), In different widths and all the latest fashionable shades; adapted for Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hats
aud Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, Ac,
can got u astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only 85 cents (stamps), to tho address
weglve below. ..,,    , ■ .   .
Aa a special offer, this house will give
double the amount of any other firm in
Amerioaif you will'Mod the names and
P. 0.. address of ten netely married ladies
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No pieces less than one yard
in length, Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three peek
ages for 00 cents.   Address,      -'
Loudon: Ribbon Aobscv,
dwaplOyl Jersey City, N. J.' i
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
Wholesale oity Market.
Beef,     nor IHlllw. f 7 HOB 0 CD
Pork "    « 10 9 0 01)
Mutton      "        ; II no.) Hut
Hldes(gl'n)"   4 009 5 Ml
Potatoes    "           1289 100
Cabbage    "  .'.  2 008 0 UO
Onions      "        -   2 001 0 00
Wheal   '   "    1 BOS 175
Oat. "    1509 175
Peaa "   1609 0.00
Bay,      per ton ............ 18 00 a 00 00
Butter (rolls) per lb„   0 259085
Cheese, "   i„H„«    0 189 0 17'
Eggs,      per do* «... 0 209.25,
OordwoailIfeU.il) per cord  8509 4 00
Waw Baby wa..l.k,w. gar. hor Castoik,
WrfnuhawHaCalU, sh. cried for Castoria,
Whensh.laeMm«atlM,.h,elmgtoCMlotla,
W»u,Mru«tGmlota,.h.gev«tlamCutea<to
iucTiflisiy
■• '"'_loP—-
FUANI TUBE
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS.
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
from William Clahkson, Esq., to
sell by Public Auction, on the premises,
Pelham Street, N. W,, on
Tuesday, 4tn [September,
the whole of his
DRAWING'-ROOM,   DINING - ROOM,
BED-ROOM AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE,
Together with CARPETS, STOVES, KITCHEN, UTENSILS; OsUned A Preserved
JELI.USS A.JAMIV about 100 gals OLD
CIDER, 50 gals: VINEGAR, a targe and
valuable assortment of, CARPENTERS
TOOLS A GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, SO
APPLE BOXES, Lot of Lnmiier. and a
B-eat variety of usoful  and Instructive
0OK8 and other articles—the accumulation of 80 years.
Sale will commence at 1Q.o'clock Tuesday morning. Term., Cash.
T.T. TRAPP,    "
dwau28td Auctioneer.
Auction Sale!
'. . >?.,/  OF— '- ■' *'  - ■■-      '
#2,500 WORTH
Important to Merchants, Traders, Farmers * ©Uters.
i lokw ui mi. r ... • „
T HATE IIIWIVED INSTRUCTIONS
1 tosell by Public Auction,at AUSTIN'S
WHARF, Front St., New Westmlnstcr.on
Friday, IIH Aug., and fallowing, days,
until the whole Is disposed of. .a large
stock of General and staple Dry Goods,
constating'Oft ;i :■'
DRESS GOODS lu all kinds and styles.
FLANNELS In plain and colored.' . '
SHEETINGS * COTTONS In all grades.
WINCEYS A SHIRTINGS In all quail.
BLANKETS k COMFORTERS.        -'
YARNS of all kinds.   | '
B§?L«^0S0?iaB SSf IB
GENTS_FURNISHINGS,lncoIoMda»d
plain SblruL'whtte dree, shirt., brace.,
looks, tie., underwear, glove., felt and
straw hat., cardigan Jaeketa,andafull
Store.   .       .-    .    ;  * <.•**" ■■■  I"'
•WTJio ttale will eonunenoe ot 10 o'clock
Friday morning and will bo continued
until aU totxU are dlipoted of.
TERMS-For rami over tao. negotiable)
notes at I monthi will be accepter!' all
amount* under 190, net ca*>h. fui
T.J. TRAPP,     <
dwautttd AUCTIOHBEft.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
•M.r.MMiO.fU.1..
•■•1,
Full Gov'm't Deposit
HEAD OFFICE, T0R0KT0, CANADA
A HOMETOMPAlfc
Thii Association merits'the
confidence the Public is n m
Ing in it from the foll&wirig'
FACTSs- .       .jttu.H	
the Reonruy offered to policy holdenii
amnrpawed by any Company doing bail*
&e» In Canada, u      j    Wt,      m
ItbainoHhemeiof Insurance, but the
well-eitabllihad Unci, hence the policy
holders canDot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public can be readily understood, Its cash statement showing e«ry Item of income and how ezpen*
Its position is ascertained annually from
a detailed Toluatlon in which every Item
of liability Is Included. •    ■   ~
Iti progreu has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance in Canada.   .
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-torfeltable alter two years'
existence.
Its proflts are distributed upon an equitable Mill.' The proflts to one, class of
policy bolders are hot lessened to give
larger proflU to any other claw, which
melhod affbnli superior advantages over
the uniform bonui plan of distribution.
liberalCenlltlens as to BMMeaeeand
fMvtl.
J. K. MaoDOKALp,
Managing Director.
T, B, PEARSON
[A*«i*t*viM*tit*«. -'„■ i,
••nMsnMftilteiali i ■ a m
m
m* ]OM, «v nf i
James Ellard A Co.
CLEARING OUl
-ALL  THEIRr
Spring & Summer Goods
PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
LONPON HOUSE,        Columbia St., N. ,v
1A        '-i      ' 1 , -     ■   Bwj'lyaito   [.,; . ,; , .
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacture
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, A
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A full lln, of Spectacles & Eye-Glnssea in steel, rubber, silver and j
frame,., The finest Pebbles made, *4 per pair; all sights suited.
Speclsl attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Hiving learned
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers In England, and since t
managed the watch.reuairlng departments of a few of the best firms on the co
nent of America, is'a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly in.
ger for. .nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montr
Characa Moderate,    , ,<   ,
MoTstkeal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chalrma
Montreal Harbor Commissioners,, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who di
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are hot here to-day.
'■ dwapltto ,    ;''■''
A. M. HERRING,
,; WHOLESALES RETAIL., '
SUNDAY HOURS.--M01WIXO, from 8:30 to II tfoIbcK
Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'olonk.
Evening, C to 9 o'clock.
tsr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepired it;,sny time du
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on the premise,, . Ring the n
bell. , , ...
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Colombia St., New Wcitmlnsl
dwooMc ___»—_j	
©►p, Telegraph Offlce,
D. S. CURTIS & CO
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL DEALERS IN
Progs and Mciiies!
Telephonic Communication with ill the Doctors In the City. Cal
ub any time and we will ring your Doctor up for you. .",'.
Opels Sundays for tbe Bale of Medloinoonlyi—Mobniwi, 9 to 10.30 o'cli
Afteriioon, 1 to 3j EvifmKo,'8 txj,9, ',,".' '.
New Westminster, B.C., Kelt relenlil llelel
CPTT^MbtftAMl>PA8TElI;PP.     / ' ,11       dwaull
c. Mcdonough,
.' (LnNDBOM'S BUILDINCI, FRONt S^ititT)
GENERAL
TrtTi.Tijam in
, v'.'-V   .        Conttantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats A Ca,
Crockery, Glassvvare, Ac.'   .
.-.    . arc-B-w'S . m ■ BO-TF '. mxTXvm.
"! ' Great Virlety ol Houiehold Artlolei.   Alto,
dgAl'lSii'tttEDS, j^TATbEB,' LIME and .flMEl^.STOR!
», ■.-Firm fWxIno. boniht at mark.t rata, or io|d on oommliilon. M.Or|
from lb.fnl.rlnr prlrmplly afundeil lo. dwjellc
W. & G.
i
SUCCESSORS TO C. G. NAJOR, ■ t|
», >■.■>'-■■'"';', lllaT0nTamAlVPn.AT.a3ll IK,    ],'   ... -,.' ,;,
Choice Family Groceries
l'.;.:'.ltiAl.^lUOT  AMD  LARD,
 Columhla Street, N«w Wcgtmlniter. dw)ly28t
CENTRAL   QROOERV
Holbrook Block, Oolumbla Street.
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDING AND WAN
to see ill bis old customers and lata of new out, M hi will nil them GI
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper than' ever, All oar Goodi ire fint-ol
and ire being sold ia low as Inforlor grades.   We strive not to match, but to es(
Just to hand—oar of FLOOR, FEED, itc„ ol tho following brands:      '
Salcm-Fatcnt BoHer (American), 1Iard*arlaai, Strong Bakers (0|
vl.'.)i Fremler, Columbia Boiler (Spallumoheen)j
And If yon have not used th, British Columbia Flour do ao at once and be 01
vlnoed that it will make first-class bread and pastry. dwauMtc -
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
m
	
The Oolukbian Printing Eitablibhbbnt has first-olssi (aoilitie. :
.11 kindi ol Oommwolal Printing. Bill Head,. Utter Httdl. Clrcula
Carda, Eitvalopai. Blank Fsnni of tmtf ducriptlon, Po*t.r*LDodgi

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