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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING,
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'    ' BASRISTKR, SOLICITOR, An.
OrgioBi-MHonle Building,
davfllMs.'..-  New Westminster, B. 0.
tjrr ■QBMAaBpLB.n.o.,  '
BARRiaTBR-ATLAW.
L*h.Af,nt Money to Loan.
Oolumbla St.,
-   utte New Westminster, B. C.
pu>.w * naclubb,
.       ','■■'       ARCHITECTS.
OtTIOaV-Room B, '
Over Hank of B.C.,
dauSlte
Columbia Street,
ft  W aft AIT,
i ARCHITECT)
OfTIOB-Comer Mary and Olarkton Sts.
dwfeWe
VTALLAHDAISE * SAKtOH,
ARCHITECTS.
tones Block,       -       •       HastlngsSt.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
daU80te
-IITILLIAH R. KING,
ARCHITECT,
BOILpraS 4 LAND SURVEYOR,
"'|ajfel'«K   i!'i,),*AN*TABYENalNEER,
OmcB-lc.w MMonFo'B'Sit,    f
dwapiste Weitmlniler.
IMIIT J. HIM,,     i <'    '
A st. OAlt. too. ,3.8.
OIVU. BN01NEER,    ,
' LAND SURVKTOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN,
OWIOB-N.W MasoBle Blook,
dwmhlltc New Westminster.
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WALKI* * CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
'   REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
*, Bank Buildings, NewWeatmtntter, B.C.
UCianBead,Halifax, England,
dwrnyino
mal   TRAPP,
Ail.  AT/OTIONIER AND APPRAISER,,
Oolumbla 8treet,...........,New WeatmlnBter
It .. All eommlnlons sill receive prompt
aad oarefar attntlon. Best references
glv« when required. mhl2-te
2 RAND BROS.
psUl. ■■**'*■ BBOKBR.,      '
0«sr.)rtuM..., O.U.et.r.,
Ass Isasnu.es Ag.Kla,
OfflcM.ai VICTORIA! rortStnet,
NSW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MoKeniliandOuarksonSU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
BUILDING LOTS fortalllu all teotlon,
of Vancouver and New W«tmln.t.r city.
FARM LANDS of luperlor quality for
sale at Obtlllwbaok, Port Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay, 1*1-
aer's Landlai, Lulu Iiland, North Arm
.ud PUt River. |     .
. ssjS lid Plani exhibit*! and the full-
Mt lafcrll.uo. furnished at .11 ouroftlceii
r "m*
WILLIAMS   BROS.
UHd HgeMs & Surveyors,
ruin PiiriBM. gnBTlis made
Urn or Small Sumt of Money Advanced
,  on Good HeourltiH, it R«won»ble
Ratal of Interest.
VBrm. tar Ml. «a rrster liver, atovt
us k*MW Miw WetlntlMter.
WILLIAMS BROS, are In constant com-
munleetlon with Intending acttlers from
England and elaewhere, and have special
faefltllei lor .fTeetlng sales.
Their charges are lower than any otber
•sent. loth. Province.
TWFICKU-Corner of Granville and Cora
dova Streets, and opposite 0. P. It. station,
Vase-aver. B. C. dapliml
WOTICIH.
SOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
•aWdsy. ntttt date we Intend mak-
,_»P»ireeaUo«totbe Chief Oommltsloiier
«f Ljutds uid Work, tor permission to
purohMs the, following deaotlb.il land!
**at|ia|l*' •»aVsldss Lleud, Coaal Ulatrlet,
Britiih Colnmbla:   ■ . ,, .      .
Commenolnf .t. point on the eatt boun-
***tet Lot.If, Ooait District, 10 ohalns
-SnkS^Jkt BortheaMirlT corner of
•fid let. Ibaino. m « chain., noulb lo
•h.lhor. Us. of Village Bay, northeut-
rly along ..IJ ahore Hue lo ih. «ooth>wl
dMSMth
ate
he hnrttieru-t cor-
— Kuth tt chain. 16 tht . „„,-
a.*ryfLotlT,C<)MtDiirtrlot,theheet6ulh
•Wit, eatt 40' chains, And south 30
alua to point of commencement,
RatalcrrrPlssmo MfttS CO. (Ld.)
By their agent,« K. WooW
*»_SSKtt.°'-   ttsm
(iiov.Kirvr voEtUAi'
■ 'v.snitvur.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools, of all kinds of the (sit maker, Cron-Cut"* Hand-Saw',
Barbed Wlrttttt Fencing, and all  tbe n<c»,.ry |!|f nulls for Ft
Pulley Blocks. HnaWb -Block*, Hope dtCbaiB in dl .lies: ..
Wr * «VtksVI Torre* -w/pLin Paperhr Building) Point**
In all colon; Lltjofd PalDtS in all.hade.; Floor PaluU ready to um; 4>l
Stbnesi Rolf rtjir is ill .detlgnis Brooms & Brushes tor til purposes:
Lubricating pllm Traps of all .'
.„ Civio OmoEBs^-Mayor, Robert Dickinson: City Clerk; Capt, Robinson: Police.Magistrate, T. C. Atkinson: Chief
Engineer Fire Department, W, Corbett;
Assistant, H. Read. .
. Cotjbt OFKICIALS-Judgo of, the Supreme Court, Hon.), F, McOrelglitt Regls-
trai, w. H. FiilUlng! Slierlir, w. J. Ann-
►Strohg. ...; i.j E:L
Provincial Ofpiofjuk. — Government
Agent, Chas. Warwick: Hcglstrar of Titles,
K, W. Armstrong; Snpt, bt Provlnelul
Asylum, Dr. R. L Bentley: Bursar of Asy-
ubrlcatlnsT Ollsi Traps
Agricultural Implements,
, description,, and a general assortment of
.°»Jiy°*"
Special atUntion given to orden by ni.il. ,; i
i ''IV- SF; T-BJi-.i-5'-?' -So OO.,';
Columbia Stbbkt, Nbw Wistkinsteb.
GRANT & MACLURE,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS «& SHOES
COLUIvlBIA    8TREET,      '
iTe-wr   *^v^dsta_aiiieter¥    S.   O.
dwje22to
A. B. WINTEMUTE
.   "BufiWo" Boot and Shoe Store.
JUST ARRIVEp-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF' ' ,    ,
New Boots and Shoes
Whioh will be sold at Prices to suit every Person.
W-INTEMUTE'S BLOCK,vv. r!5   .COIallMmA,ST&EEf.
JJ J ' dw'auM to     •
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
im&isffiMtWMi
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. - LONQOW, EWGUHD.
The Buiineii of ALLSOP k MASON hai been merged In the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thil date u I general Land Investment
and Insurance Agenry, t; ..-
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgig. at .Low Bate.,   Tows Lot, ud Firming
Lands for Sale on easy terms, 	
Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1887.   '■ dwje7t«
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32^4 ACRES
-OF-
CHOICE   LAND!
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
lam, Jftfl. Phillips; Oovern<ir
Prliimi, Wm. Moresby; Stowarti tuiyaiuo-
lnrablnn Hospllnl, qiuw. Dlgby; linml-
griitlon Agent, Jno."jBprott; Coroner, W.
I), Ferris.
' Dominion Oi'rioiAi.B.-l'ostmaKlfir, J. C.
Brown: Collector of CtltitomH, J, 8. 01ut«;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. McBride;
Dominion Land Agent, M. B. W. Alkmah;
-Crown Timber Agent, T. 8. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat,
RBPBiraitNTATiVBi.^-ficnator, Dr. T. K.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chlsholm; Provlnclitl Legislature. Capt.
W.N. Bole, Q. a f'       w
iailS f ritwh Cotambian
FrWay Mnrntrng, K*H. 14. IMC
NOTES AKD COMMENTS.
MAILS CLOSE  AKD ARRIVE.
CLOSE]
For Can. Pac Hy.—Dally (except Sunday
andMOpday), at 12.30, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Humlay)at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., und Western U. S. Offices—Monday, 1&46; Tuesday, 8,16: Wednesday, 0,80; Thursday, 8.15; Friday.
0.80; Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlol—Dally (except Sun-
ay) at 8.15. r
For Ladner's Landing and Lnlu Inland-
Monday, 13.45; Wednesday and Friday
fl.*r0.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Contra and Laugluy Prairie—Saturday,
For Elgin and Mnd Bay—Saturday, 12.45,
KOr Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12,45.
For Nanafmo (direct mall'—Tuesday, lft
*D*_r__
From Cao. Pac. Ky,—Dally (except Saturday) at 14.10.
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday 16; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vanoouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
find Burrard Inlet-—Dally (except Sun*
day) at 16. •
From Ladner's Landing nnd Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, lfl.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 16.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and 'Fridays—
exceptwheu malls are boing sorted.
MOKKY OBOE*. A SAV1N08 BANK.—Dally
—0 a.m. to 4 p. in., and from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
Absolutely Pure.
, This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wliolesomonesi. Mon
•oonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the
multitude ot low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Bold only In cans.
Royal Baking Pownjut Co., loe Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
W
E AJtMQW, QFFEEINfl FORS-iLE
the oelebriited
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster.;
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terins
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
-J.S-. For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
R-A-ISTID BROS. .
■■ "       - 'dwsneu. iwi
Tug for Sale!
rUO BOAT7JPBET1 CO.Ml'OUNIl MA-
chlnery, by Kastern mailers.'
Apply to
MBSsns. BEWICK)! 4 WULFFSOHN,
djailto   - - Vapcouver, & 0.
Cheap for Gash.
ACHES OK LAND.S MILES FROM
,_v >, West minster, on Hgood road; flrst-
class high land, 100 acres of It from 4 to 0
feet blaok loam, the bnlnncrnUlort-ottom;
good house and out bulldltit's. For further
particulars enquire nt THIS OFFICE.
New West., June 80th. 1888.       dwJe.SOto
FORJ3AL.E.
mHE STEAMER "SWAN." 80 feet keel,
X 9 feet beam, 4 ft, 8 In. hold; fitted with
double engines, 6kx8 cylinders, also steel
boiler ana shaft (John Doty, maker, one
of tho best manufacturers tn Canada). She
Is tn roni good order and fully equipped.
For further particulars, apply to M. Q.
TERHUNE or W. It. AUSTIN.      dso4ml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^ MachineWorks
THE PUOPRIKTORS OK THESE
works have much pleasure In notify-
lug their friends and tli*1 public tlmt. they
are now prepared to receive nnd promptly
expeutnnny orders for work In their line
with Which they may 'be fav£**ed.
AsMcKELVIfi,
Mochiinlcril Manager.
Vim convert RO.,8th May, 1888.
dwinyiaic
ji   _ST01[IC3_^; ;
VTOTICE lfl BRUSHY QIVKN THAT
J*t. wo.hftvo aniilli.il t'i Ihe Minister of
the inlorlin' lor n ileoiue toM timber on
Iho tolloivhlir Inmls In tho'Blltrlofbf Now
Wesliiiliisler,namely: ;■•;,.   ■
llioEast half "of flcctloia.mimhorPlvo
(51, Township nnniher Throe (3), Hnngo S8
West.
The West half of Seqllou number Four
111, Township number Three (0), Knnge 2,
west.- f ■
Dominion Hiirveys. *   •
Dated the loth AiikusI, A.D. lssB.
.   ,„, KNIGHT BUGS. , . ■,
By their Ajonls,
diuldml      ' - CoRBour.n A McCoi.i,.
Victoria is having a veritable
bonus boom. It is proposed to
bonus.u railway to the. mainland
$100,000, a sewerage system, 8300,-
000, and the enterprising aldermen
of the island city are gnashing their
teeth because they find the act will
not allow them to squander tbe publio "boodle" to assist a proposed
$260,000 hotel. Ii there not a dm-
sibility of running the bonus business info'lhe ground I
Grip has a comical illustration of
the bulky president of the "big republic" bringing his "shoemaker"
into violent contact with the "tailor"
of Canada'i veteran and ihrinking
premier, aad exclaiming reassuringly: "Please don't suppose that I'm
doing this to hurt yolir feelings, Mr,
Canada: not at all! I'm only getting
even with those sneaking republican
senators," pointing over nil shoulder
with hii thumlr at some fossilized
antiquities in the background.   '
An English antiquarian has been
delving among old newspaper files,
and hai discovered what.lie says is
the first -commercial advertisement
ever printed in a newspaper, j It
appeared in the Mmuriut Bolilicus
of London, dated September 30,
1658. It runs as followi: That Excellent, and by all Physicians approved, Chins Drink, called by all
the Ohineans Tcha, by other Nations Toy, alias Tee, ia sold at ..the
Sultaness Head Oophee House, in
Sweeting's Rents, by the Royal Exchange, London." At the date of
this advertisement, ten had been
used in England about forty yean,
but the price was extremely high,
often reaching £20 per pound.
., ' r
tot <Indnjnapplji| miner, hu ihe
following! "Vol TiWrt iMrkl ot then
with cat's eyes!" asked Federal
Marshal Hawkins. "Well, this
man Johnson, alias Edwards, alias
Brows, who was released under the
poor convict law yesterdsy, has a
pair of that variety. They lay up'
at the penitentiary that he can read
in the dark and that hii eye, are
fairly luminous, One of the gusrdi
said that Johnson, alias Edward,,
alias Brown, could tee a. guard
through a brick' wall." We have
some remarkable conviots in this
country, too. They may not bs
able to "see a guard through a brick
wall," but they can "tee him" just
the same and "go him one better!"
They can see their way clear to get
over s high wooden wall end take a
pleasant jaunt in the country.
. Thoio who thoughtlenly make
war on the "bustle" Ihould lie reminded occasionally that it' hai
other functions to i perform besides
the ornamental, The following from
an American (Kansas Oity) paper,
will illustrate: 8, M, Bsllingiley, a
wealthy buiineii man of' Brouaugh,
Mo., and hii wife hare been it _
ping at the New Albany hotel for
several dayi, They left Friday
morning' for home. Friday afternoon Chief Speon and the proprietors of the hotel received telegram!
■fating that Ballingsley had lost
$1,000 in the hotel The clerk
found in the bed a purse and the
money, around which a piece of
codec suck hid been sewed tightly.
Around this was wrapped . towel,
whioh was alio tightly lowed, and
the whole was bound up in another
towel, loosely iititched together. Mr.
Ballingsley arrived thii morning and
explained that hia wife had done it
up in that manner no that she could
wear it in ber bustle, but forgot it,
Washington Territory, like Britiih Columbia, is juit bristling with
railways in eniliyro. The Tacoma
Ledger entertained its readers the
other day with a list of these, as
well as the projected international
lines, the whole list footing up to
nearly a dozen. Speaking of our
Southern Railway, it suys: "Beginning north, the railway known as
the New Westminster, ilollin^liniii
Bay it Seattle line is preiented by
tho newspaper! in that section ni n
fnot directly to be accomplished,
No part of this line yet appears to
have been built, though tbe project
is several years old, but surveyors
are at work and contract! for grading are expected to he ihortly let."
There appears to be a lurking misapprehension in the former part of
this last clause. It il true the project is several yein old in s sense,
but from various hinilrnncos of a
technical nature, such ai Dominion
ilisallownnce, ate, it has never taken
definite shape until arrangements
were completed last month with a
local and American oompany. The
enterprise has not hung fire, as our
cotemporary would seem to imply in
his remark quoted.
BY TELEGRAPH.
TbeH.rderer «f Utile Mule Kelly Pay,
IM reality <r Bit Bus let Wllh Bit
'   Ufay-Be Blei Cute.
Wialer Believed I. Bate neesNuraeral
Tknaik Ike Treachery ef Tlppo. Tib.
Vellsw Fever (satis la florid..
LAST KIBnrs DESPATCHES.
VBBY   BATISrACTOBY.
Sin Fbanoisco, Sept. 13-Thefigures of the railroad company for the
put month show • greit activity in
the overland ibipmenti of green and
dried fruits. Canned goodi -were alio
freely moved fo the esat, aud over
fourteen million, pound, of sugar have
been sent to Missouri riacr points.
DEWS0 THI WHIT. '
Ban Fbanoisco, Sept 13.—The lu-
prene court has denied the writ in the
Goldeiiion cue on the ground that the
power liet with the'governor.
wkiiB.   .
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 13. —The
board of directors of the Spring Valley
Water Co. thit morning authorised a
■ale of $3,000,000 bonds, bearing four
per cent, intereit with which it is pro-
pond to payoff-the floating debt of
$1,600,000, devoting the balance to
improving the water systems.
CANADIAN FOOTBALL TBAM DBFBA1BD.
London, Sept 13.—The Canadian
football team was defeated by the, Ayr
team to-diy by 4 goali to none.  ,
FROM IBBlASn.
Dublin, Sept. 13.—Loid Lam-
downe'i igent sometime ago sought a
conference with Mr. William O Brien
in order to settle the, rentil diipute
with the tenants on his lordship's Lug-
gocurnn estates. After initiating negotiation! the agent inddenly broke off
arrangements. Mr. O'Brien declare,
that the move wu intended to keep
th. tenant! quiet while Lord Lani-
downe wu visiting Ireland ind uyi
thit he intend! to inform the people
of India, where Lord Lansdowne lin.
been appointed viceroy, what kind of
a character their viceroy it.
ArsicAN ixraniTioN.
Wibsbandbn, Sept. 13.—The Emin
Biy Expedition Committee lias been
formed. Dr. Peters, director of the
German African Company, hu been
chosen aa president.
' raoic thi congo, -
Beblin, Sept. 13.—Advicei received
from the Congo country report that
Major Bartellot hu bun murdered by
nativ. carriers. Profauor Jamieton,
themfurilUt, ha. returned to Stanley
Fair, ind i. ottanuio^ > u»w ospedi-
tlon,
.        IHSPABNILICOMBISSION.
London, Sept 13.—Upon the assembling of the Parnell commission
application will be made for the release of Mr. Dillon on bail in order
to let him appear before that body at
hearing, either u an accused person or
Witness. An application will ilio he
nude to compel the Timet to deliver
the detaili of the charge! againtt each
of the iccuied and the name, of the
persona mentioned in the lot and to
gnnt them an inspection of the letters
•nd take affidavit reipeoting all document! pertaining to the charges which
Mb Walters holds. Th. question of
the appointment of an American counsel to take testimony will be raised at
an early atage of the proceeding!. The
Timet has obtained summon, to compel Mr. Parnell md othen to make
affidavit •• to the character and purport
of ill document! in their' possession.
Thi lummonsei embrace all the leading memben of the national league.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
ooldesson's execution.
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 14.—Public
intereit in the execution of Alexander
Goldenton it intense. So great it the
feeling In the matter that throughout
the entire night groupi of men ind
women blockaded the approaohel to
the county jail,'where the hanging
will occur. Speculation! are wild on
the ttreeti a. lo the probabilitiet of
Ih. murderer carrying out hit deter-
min.tioii lo meet death bravely, At
nine o'olock it was impossible to make
way through tlio crowd without groat
difficulty. Goldenton . slept about
three hour, last night. Hewoko upwith
the same air of bravado,.and donned
tho luit in which he is to be hnngod.
He wu with a Catholic print until his
removal. It ia nut generally known
that he haa reuouuqvd. the Hebrew
faith and embraced Citholioisni. Hii
convcrtiuii took place thit morning.
He previously exacted . iromite from,
the priest that tho fact of hu con version should in.t bo giveu out until nfier
his dusth. He hiuiBclf imparted the
iufuriniition tu a newspaper friend,
Oulilenson was then baptized, made
hit confession, and prepared himself
for the journey to tho upper curt idur
to his cell alongside the soatl'olii. Pre-
aiuiis tu his removal he complained of
ihe intolerable heat uf the lower cell
am] Halted to be taken up.Btuirs.
kbmabkable no.nch.iuxce.
At 10:30 tho priest left tho condemned man for a few moments, Guld-
eiitun meanwhile direot'iig hit obnver-
tation to the manner in which he
would act on the leauold. The jail
oflicialt Hate that never in their experience hai a nun about to be executed
acted in tuoh a cool, nonchalant manner. He was liberally tupplied with
sttmuhnti, and regretted that he wu
unablo to uy a personal good-bye to
his many friends. He sent for a reporter on a morning paper, uid fire-
well, md hoped they'd meet in the next
world. The chief jailer informed him
that the time for nil transfer hid arrived. Goldemon iron, uid "All
right," and, accompanied by hia priest,
walked jauntily out of the cell, tripped
 „___  ,   In*" *. ito". rtip. into the eorridor,
ni.ii j .   n   t  ' m. l .i.n—.   <   I reaching the lien staircase which he
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCttrtorla | wasioikend to the upper corridor,
.:—. ,     j.. " , .. m,
and walked up briskly snd entirely ununited. He wu not. particle find,
hut itepped uide, tat down on a chair
in full view of the icaffold. H. then
uked for the prieit uid when tbe lit.
ter arrived they walked along the up.
per corridor, Goldenton .canning the
preparation,, for., big duth. Not s
mutcli moved at he itoppid st the
door ef hi, cell and looked at the id-
fold intently for . few minutes. H.
noticed a large board thit had been
placed there, in the event of him becoming weak, io thit he could be
strapped to it.. "Say, chief, what',
that!" uid he, pointing to thie board,
"Yuu doubted me when I uid I would
die game, eh." With, ibat the condemned man walked into Uil.eell but
quickly came to the door fori t.cond
look'. Goldenton was hugid at 12.05
p.m. He mad.... speHb and died
game. He put the rope around hii
neck himtelf. A large crowd' wrtneised
the hinging. :j'~-k
I' WILL TSr THB BAPLBH.'
Buifalo, N. Y.-Ckarles W. Percy, of
Suspension Bridge, aeoompanied by Hut
Nellie Dilavorth, of PIU«burg,will attempt to go through the whirlpool rapidt
in on open boat to-dly. The, boat ia a
self bailer and a self rlgbter, which Percy claim's Is impossible to clpaize,
AN E.VOINB Exicidbiil. "
Massfielb, Ohio, Sept. 14.—It i, reported that a Baltimore ind Ohio freight
engine on a ilde track at Anketterttown,
30 miles south of this city, exploded this
morning just u • passenger train wu
passing. Tlie engineer, the fireman and
several others were killed. , .' '
no vbllow rxvBR,'"'•'
Mbhthis, Ten., Sent 14.—There it no
yellow fever here. Strict quarantine la
maintained,.
NEARLY SWEPT OUT.
Washbobn, Wis., Sept. 14.—The business portion of the town wu burned thii
morning.   All but 30 buildings burntd.
Loss about *180,000; Insurance rinall,
1  'th'i YBltow pbViJl' ,;
Jacksonville, Sept. 14.—No lut than
22 cases of yellow fever md four death,
have been reported for 24 hour, ending
noon to-day. Dr.NealMitohiUhusent
a large supply of medicines aid other
needful thing, to the town of McClenny,
where the fever ii raging;1 ' '
divobce surr dbowbd.
Belobadb, Sept. 14.—King Milan
ihowl a disposition to rornpromiie hi.
difference with, tha/QoMMi Natali.
under the preature of poWen. The
divorce tuit flii tjeen dropped.
SENSATIONAL,   "
Obicaoo, Sept* 14.—A mutton
will he crested in railway circlet by
the forthcoming legal proceedingi
which miy prevent the NorUjom P.-
cinb from TOnli.iraAll.nbsrult*S_!■<._•
of entering Manitoba. One year ago
the Dominion government entered into, contract whereby the 'Manitoba
Central railway wu to hav. the wis
leue of the Red RiveT Valley railrcsd.
The contract wu given to •trustee,
Dr. McArthur,, of Winnipeg, representing the corporation. The contract
specified that the Mlnitoh. Central
wai to hive prior claim over .11 other
corporation-, and that ahould th.
contract b. dusllomd, and if diullow
aoce b, practically or tttottljr innulied
hy any future aot of tbe Dominion
government, th. Msnitob. Onitnl'i
rights were to he recognized in priority
•nd iti contract to be remade or con-
■idered valid under the term, of agreement The Manitob. Cental ii now
prepared to enforce iti claim and will
militate proceeding! at once. It wis
learned to-day at the Northern Pacific', headquarten that Solicitor Me,
Naught hid already prepared papers
letting forth the Msnitob. Central',
ground of complaint.
CONSHlVATrvl TONfC. ''■
MoNTBBAr,, Sept. 14.—At the conservative picnic held it Laprsirie yeiterdiy, Seereury of State Chripleiu
devoted hii remirki ilmoit entirely to
the retaliation quettion. The action
of President Clevelind hod been
termed dishonorable. The government'! course, he declired, would he
thit which would be but to guird
the intereiti of C.n.di. The ' Amiri-
cant hav. regretted the negotialiom of
tlie treaty becanse it did not tuit them.
Canada, however, hid pinned, a dignified course. ' ,^
WOSIBN   VOTBBS.'    .
Boston, Sept 14.—Two hundred
women appeared it the eity hall to-day,
registered their names and apphid to
be pnt on the voter. Hit.. Ther are
entitled fo vote for memben of the
school committee only. Since th. lint
of September the names of 800 women
have been added to the •oten'li.t
To-ilny'a registering, however, bests
tho record.
WHEAT
LrrEnrooL, Sept. 14.—Depnuedl
7t. 9}d. ® 8Jd.
Chicaoo, Sept 14.—Sept 004: Oct.
8fli to 80J; Deo, 90" to 90JL   ; |ff,
New Yobk, Sept 14—CoihBSjOct
97i to 98; Nov. 99' i Deo. 104| to 1061.
SCIIOONRK WRECKED.
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 14.— Tha newi
wai brought in by a fithing tmack of
the wreck of the schr. Gage off Pt.
Reyes yesterdsy: The crew Wlii iaved.
VOREST   JIBES. fj
Bay City, Mich., Sept. 14.—Smoke
from the forest fire, fill, th, sir in thii
notion, while cinden and hsrnlng
leave» dropped in th. city yusstliy.
In Arena, county the flam,, iw.pt
everywhere and are itill apteadjng.
Oruintit camp, weit of Sheet river and
leveral other campk «re burned. Unlets it rilni toon great dtmlge wBl be
done.   No lire. hav. bun lest fit.
.    MORDIROUS TtFOO TflK'!'r■'_
London, Sept. 14.—The paper, ,re
commenting on the murder of Major
Bartelot in the Congo, vmanimostly
attributing hia death to tresohety it
the instigation! of Tipoo Tib. The
papen assert now that there ii littl.
room for doubt but thit Stinlw Jim
•uffired t similar fite st"^ '
handi.
•r r>nnu| t]il
annX noj
v.""l'''l
yu. frontwet
fl'
-.rpnt' Sail** $ritteh Coltunbian
fHJsy Bvsalag, lest. It, IMS.
AnsHg the' various asnounoe-
mestt in a recsiit issue of Thb Oo-
U-bbiax is one whioh deserve! a
passing notice, and that is with respect to Sir Charles Tupper's baronetcy whioh will descend to his heirs.
-If u quite natural that the friends
etSlratohttMacdonald should be a
little put out because his son and.
heir will not figure as high as Sir
Ohsrles' wn; but when one comes to
look at the matter in iti true light,
we think the friendi of true manhood ihould be indignant to know
that iuoh title* are bestowed on pol-
itwiani at all. It might be tolerable
. for Mr. Tupper so long is he ii in
England, and obliged to move
amongst "big bugs" and titled gentry, to have a handle to hia name;
but to make it hereditary ii an insult to Canadian manhood, Thou-
Bsndi of Canadians are as well entitled to distinguishing titles aa any
yet who have got them, if true manhood be a oriterion; hut we don't
wmt them in this Dominion.
At the last meeting of the Victoria board of aldermen, on the 12th
inst, Aid. Kelly asked leave to in-
troduce a by-law, giving the first
railway company to make direct,
connection with American railways
a bonus of $60,000. Aid. Kelly
-said his Object in making the motion
■wai to induce some company of capitalists to come forward and take up
the undertaking. The mayor thought
the by-law should only apply to a
direct line of railway by bridge and
not to a ferry line. Aid. Coughlau
did not see any difference whether
train! came to Viotoria from the
mainland by bridge or ferry. The
main thing to look to was that the
. trains "got there." Another alderman wanted the bonus increased to
$100,000. Aid. Cbughlan said if
the amount was to be Increased, why
not make It $160,000 at once. He
thought that Victoria was surely
able to give as large a bonus for suoh
a purpose as New Westminster. If
tha turn was nude large enough he
wonld: give it his hearty support, but
the mim of $60,000 was not' nearly
enough. The worthy alderman was
no doubt correct in his estimate of
tho amount of bonus required as a
bait to capitalists to tackle the
. rather formidable scheme under con-
lidaration, The matter was laid
over for a a-s.lr.tt .How of tbe bylaw being amended. Our Victoria
friends, with a itickativeness that is
bound to carry them through, seem
determined to have more intimate
relation! with the mainland. We
wish them lucceu in their endea.
"" von. Let ui have a regular plexus
of railways, binding the different
sec tiom of thil fair province into
one harsaonioui tad prosperous'com-
monwealth. ' Tho country generally
cannot but benefit from the increas-
! ed circulation of money consequent
on the construction of the various
projected railway lines, and the roil
way. themselves wuiatuat material
. ly in. developing the vast natural
resourcu of the province and giving
an impetai to inemitriei generally.
Welcome the railway rage !
The despatches yettsrday contained toe announcement that Richard
A. Proctor, the famoui English astronomer, had fallen a victim to
yellow fever, id-iDg «t the Willird
Parker Hospital, New York,
Wednesday evening last The despatch itated that he had juit arrived from Oakland, Florida, where
hii family itill remain, and that he
had engaged a passage for Europe,
intending to nil on Saturday. It is
said that some of the physicians
doubted that the disease was really
yellow fever, as it was almost unaccountable that the professor had
contracted th. terrible malady, there
being no known cases in either Oakland, !_,, or New York. The fact
wis verified, however, beyond
doubt, as the illustrious patient was
seized with the dreaded "black
vomit" and died from its effects.
Richnd Anthony Proctor was born
in Chelsea, Eng., March 23, 1847,
and wai educated at home until his
11th year, and then entered
asavlamy in Milton-on-Tharnes.wlicre
It ho remained three years and became
head boy of the inititution. After
the death of his father in 1860 the
family became embarrassed through
chancery delays in a friendly suit,
and in 1864 Richard accepted a
clerkship in a London bank,
voting all his spare time to the study
- ' of mathematics. In 186S, the situation of the family having been improved, he entered King's college,
London, and in 1866 St. John's
college, Cambridge, He took his
degree in 1860, and married in the
•ante year. For the next three years
■ hii "todies wero mostly historical
•did literary. In 1863 he wrote an
•My an "Doubl. Stan," which ap-
psuiid In tbo Cornhill Magazine.
Ih 1865 be published a monogram
On "Satorri," ond early in 1866, his
" **3»omoiiio Star AtlM " and "Hand-
, hook of she -Star*." Theso worki
won el suieotiflo, but not popular
Baton, la 1866 by the failure of a
hank in London, he lost the whole
of hii fortune, and hiiicienbific
work wa. conriderably hampered by
dotiwarding from thiloiroomitance,
■''In l'WO he made some inggestions
%a til, *4t*onomer royal, Sir George
AltftU ttvtto lie-t-Wthod at ob
serving the approaching transit of
Venus and at a meeting of the principal astronomers of England at the
Greenwich observatory in 1873 his
views were unanimously approved.
Rut perhaps his chief scientific work
since 1867 has consisted in the Investigation of the evidence available
for determining the structure of the
stellar and nebular universe. In
1870 Prof. Proctor published a work
entitled "Other Worlds than Ours.'j
which had an extraordinary succcs.
and attracted the general attention
of the scientific world. From that
time he hll been perhapi tho most
fertile and popular writer upon astronomical subjects of the present
day. He visited the United States
repeatedly, and delivered masterly
lectures on the great subjects with
which ho was conversant. His published work. . besides those above
mentioned nnmber over a score, embracing suoh entertaining ana instructive cuays as "Sun Views of
the Earth," "Light Science for Leisure Hours," "Holf Hours with the
Stars," "Border Land of Science,"
aud "The Expanse of Heaven."
Prof. Proctor was without doubt one
of the most eminent men of his day,
and amply fulfilled the promise
given by the Indefatigublo studious-
ncss of his boyhood and youth. And
now, just past his prime (51 years),
while on his way from his observatory in Florida, intending to cross
the ocean to his native land, he iB
stricken down at New York by the
deadly fever of the southern states.
Verily, Thommc propose, et Dim
dispose, .i ■
James Gullen, Pool'. Island, N. P.,
writes: ,"I have been watching the progress of Dr. Thomu' Eclectric Oil since
its introduction to this place, and with
much' pleasure state that my anticipations of its success have beon fnlly realized, it having cured me of bronchitis
and soreness of nose; while not a few of
my 'rheumatic neighbors' (one old lady
in particular) pronounco It to be tho best
article of its kind that! has ever been
brought before tho public. Your modi
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every Friday afternoon,      ■.    daualto
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
East of Mary Street. . lard's Day
Services ot 11 a. in. and 7 p.'m. Sabbath
School andBlhle Class nt 2:80 p. m. All
Beats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—iltt—*        	
-Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor. •
Power of Attorney.
DURING MY ABSENCE FltOM THE
Province, Mr. John C. Brown, Post-
mauler, IioIcJh my Power of Attorney, and
Is authorized to represent me In any tiale
of my real entitle in (he city or dlRtrlct.
dwuiml WILLIAM CLARKSON.
BUT & IWB.
EB SALE, A DOUBLE BUflOY AND
Harness.  Tbe Buggy is new and Is
lery respect good. The Harness Is In
good order. Also, a
OIDBB, B6IZX.X.,
Complete, and hu been used only a few
months.  Cost W, but will be «o'il for ,20.
Also, 88 APPLE BOXES, and a large number of Strawberry Boxes, at a bargain.
Apply to '  MAJOR A PEARSON,
. . RMl Estate Agent.,
Bank of a C, Block. dwsellto
3STOTIOEL
NOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 dan alter date we Intend making
appllcu ion to the Chief Commissioner o?
Landi * Worki for permission to purchase the following described lands tn
Coast District, Province ot British Columbia: ,
No, 1.—Commencing; at the w. E. corner
of Lot 34, Range 1 (Valde** Island); thenoe
east ten (10) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn Inlet, thence northwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn inlet and Village
bay to the H. E. corner of Lot 34, thence
along Us eastern boundary to point of
commencement — containing about 80
acres.
No. 2.—The small Island lying nt the
nead of Village bay, Valdeztr' — ' —-
talnlng about one (1) acre,
New West., B. C„ Sept. 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
dsellm-i Charles E. Woods.
il
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Latest New York k London Makes.
Gents' Ties.   Umbrellas.
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COLUMBIA STREET
dwsrfto Sa>p,TelesTl»lla»si»e
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When, in conseqnoucc ot age and dls.
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I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor for I
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Excellent Farm Property
BEING 100 ACRER OF N. E. U OFSEO.
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under cultivation, 15 acres partially
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with vine maple and alder and Is easily
cleared. The Llllooct river pusses along
its northern boundary. Distance from
Port Haney railway station, 2 miles; distance from sohool house, *Hj-mlte.
This valuable property will bo sold at a
bargain. Aj-aj^,^
On the premises,
Port Honey P. O. dwJlyJJtalJ*,
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminui.
messrs. w.j.walker & comp'y
have lots for sale In the city from
$50 upwards.
Also, Immediately adjoining the City
limits from $25* upwards; and a few remaining lots ut Snpperton at 8100 on very
ensy terms.
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, lienr the international boundary,
and nloiiK the llneof railway; and Acre
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. ■*?'*'* .    >       "  ,'
MestofEngianillBroailcIotlis
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSaNi
| 0olBOibl_8t.,0pp. McKemlellt-
NEWWEBTMINSTERi RO.
daplStc
ARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
Company, whoee Prom lams are pay-
 Je at Kastern, point*, can havo the place
of-.piiytnent thereof changed to thin city,
free of: charge, by applying to tho under-
signed,
' wW Btski taken In this leading Canadian Company at most favorable rates.
HENRY V.EDMONDS,
dje28tc AOKST.
0.1. WOODS
law tsinv,,.
A. G. GAMBLE.
Nbtait Pvtu,.
I     liMVi will
L*MD W»RVEYOn4i
Seal EiUis, luaruca, rinaaoial _^&ti
AND CONVjiYAMCEBS,
"i33#»'o-»-
idTbe-HW'
nn. The City
ford.
Iiirt-The New York Life In.nr.nce Co,
AGOIDE NT-The Travellei
Land Snrveylsg In alt Its hranoheB accurately and promptly carried out
City and Suburban Lands tnt Isle.
We can show a oomplite lilt ofdeslltlble
lisalllles.    I
ir.rsilsfl Lass., Improved and nntm-
provej, throughout tbe dlstrlot.
Mining; and other Stoek bought and
nold.
Mon.y t. Loss on flnt mortgage at
low ratet. 	
Telbpbosb Call No, S3.
P. O. DrawbbW.
WOODS, tTBlfw t GAMBLK,
OFFIOE, ElUII'l BlMI,    •    CtUNIM ITIIIT
NEW WESTMINSTER
dmhllto
FOR SALE.
House % Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of the Fias.tr Loeationt In tbe City.
nuaa,
APARM
OF THREE HUNDRED AND TWEN.
TY ACRES.
House, Barnj 40 acres fenced ind under
cultivation,
. MtXO-, «4,000.
tlOOOCuh; Balince en long time.
£L   JnTJk.Il.'M.
OP TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY
ACRES.
100 acres good Tiibrlei Bktano* earily
cleared.   Good Bam and other Im-
,, ■;   ,,;.,f; rat«.Bt*tal,   ". ;'i
UtrtdowniB^ajiiMXU-M.
Alro-i nimbir of W*|*n*.ls\at>
'    Vt^fkjt,m»yninkAMmiti
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
wmmim,
cauxi-fHAtw,
House for Sale!
TRS. EMMA   GOLD OFFERS HER
L SMStUU NiMn.ee, situated on
.wyal Avenue. opposlle-Oapt. Irvlng'a-
the "Nob Bill!'of Westmlnsler-on reasonable terms.-Apply direct to
dauntc MRS. EMMA GOLD.
Xisjes MoDOUGALL
COLV^fMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C
•» Sails!action guaranteed.      d.puic
DRESSMAKING
'tSx,Wtm'utn*mWmtB',
. (Latb or BwrtA^B)'
Corner ot Church and Colambla Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER       '); '
MrSatMoctlon guaranteed,    dwWtc
BARGAIN.
__ GOOD LAND.
road, about3 miles
irtlon of land rich
y Umbered, Frame
semises; otber lm-
clearing, draining,
■■m on application
W.O. LOYE,
Fathiona-ls Boot nd .Shot Ifaker.
*'^',nusvismtyc."'' ■•,•
Clarkson St., in.rear.ol.Colonial Hotel, next to RartffBros.'offlce; dnoltc
CITIZENS
I'Bivi 2, VY1PIE MATT1T«JWS, which
will be told cheap lor'
5H!
1 . f.tEU^£NS
COLPMEDALPAR1S,U>7S-
Aobkts; T. N. HIBBEH & CO., Victoria; ,
dwoctyl
Canada Life Assurance Co.
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDER8 AND
BRICK-YARDS! Port Haney.
OFFICES! Corner I'ol.mbla and Mary
Bats., new WutnarMter.    ilwmliictc
I
OTIOE 18   HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we hava.npplied.to the Minister of
. je Interior for a license to cat timber on
the following lands In the District of -Now
Westminster, namely!
All that piece or parcel of land lying
Immediately south of Lot number Four
hundred and forty-seven, Group Two. as
shewn on the plan of Township number
Three, Range 28 Went, of tho sixth Meridian XHstrletof.New Westminster, described oh follows:—Commencing at the southeast corner of said Lot 447; thence south
40 chains, thence west to On earn lake.
Uieuou tallowing the. eut shore of said
lake and the outlet thereof to the weit
boundary of Lot 447; thence south to the
southwest comer of said Lot 447, thence
,oast to place of commencement—Dominion surveys,
i $ Dated UUs 10th day of August, A.D. 1888.
KNIGHT BROS.
By their Agents,
daulOml CoRBOUM) A McColl.
dLoi'th Bj-Uish and
■ereantne
-*ij*riEi^]
INSURANCE
OQIVIPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Aotborlied Cnpllal, . £3,000,000
Sunierlbed <• . 2,500,000
Paid up, .      625,000
Firs Fu»d Ji Reserves, u.
atJlrtDA, 1M7,      - " 1,188,118
ItTMM Hie Branck,    kfiWAU
**^*Rates as Low as any- other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 8. JAQUES,
Agint for New Westminster City and
Dfitrict. djc22to
aUMU AND PliliSKM RE80BI.
•-•-lAM,8>**L*ROWSOAMO«a»AND
t"%mUsTt&tJVSLiZUu'
LAWB8  DEPAltTMENlr, sEBAsAM.
'Tsirtait »1.«0 t» tW.OO fi Antf.
»uw«fJ^5tef*^
Exeurtlon ntw ttei for* day. from
We.lml[,.t«r ul AfMiliStatlon and re-
OlTEVowiss^yorK^W. "coinTorl-
. I.Mhv. biw^.II "ahSt. Tlck.U can
b.obtai.edMRRoaes.     4i*BeBlw
srLadiet—Don't buy your BABT
BUGGIES till my otder arrive,, ki • ihort
time. . I
P, PBBBLES,
lurte '     ColcbbiaSt.
•_#b_?_:<-S_i
IN Wda*^3fte7a«1e,-<weMnt«n2 making
application to the Honourable the Minister of the Interior of Canada for a lease,
for timbering purposes, on the following
described tracts of land lituated In tht
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vl-;---Commenclng at a
post marked J; G. 'ft; and J. McL. IM
chains,, about.northwest from the outlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's application; thence
west 240 ckalnsf moro o> lewii to a post
marked J. G. R. and J. McL., 8. W.; thonet
north 80 chains, to a post marked J. G. R.
and J. McL., N. E.; tnence west 240 chains,
more or lesn, to apoat marked J. o, R,
and J. McL., N. WT;   thenee south 100
chains, mr-re or less, to a post marked J.
Q. R. and J. McL., B. E,;,thencecast40
chains, more or less, to a post marked J,
G. H.and J. MoL., 8. E.; theneesouthSO
chains, more or less, to, a Bost jnarked J.
G. R. and J. McL., R."W.; HieinecasHiJ
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J.,
O. R. and J.McL., S. E.; thenee south 240 '
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.,
G.-R. and J. McL., s. W.; thence east 400
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J.
Q, R.and J, McL., 8, jS.; thence north 80
chains, more or less, to a postmarked J.
G. R» and J. McL., N. AV^;,Uienpeeast40
chains, more or less; to tt posf -parked J,
G. Itand J. McL., 6. E.; ihenoe north 120,
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.,
C. R. and J. HoL, near Brunette Sawmill'
t*o.'B application; thence along said application to the place of commencement,
AIbo Secllon IH, the went half of Section
.16, and the east half of Section 27, all In ■
Township Twelve (12), District of New
Westminster, Province of British Columbia. :■■■*.-■.. 1
JAMES G. ROSS.
JAMBS. MCLAREN.
By their Agent,        .
.''■- !   ■!■ •  ■  . CmRAND.   '
New West., D. C, 28th Aug., 1888. dauaim
1888. ;:
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THI
f}s>M    W/rafftMilt**isl,^«wTor. •HSjaWerS no
J, but of small
ity-of Warrensburg.
 r .Blossom snd Minnie Bios-
a had been married for one short year,
which time seemed to them Just one long
anmm.r'iday.   '■•."■»"-
There in nv.nl mirried people unlike
Alexander and Minnie, for these were
never nippy except when tbey were together, and when tbey were together
never nnh.pnr.ior a moment. Whin Alexander cams In from business be always
Instituted a search for tho brown-haired,
brown-eyed girl who waa waiting tor
^^^s^c^n^^
,rflkf^l«lf*,**4 MC bBBWheWhll
•J^we**'; fr-.-'r**':"'-'. ■' S*-,",
M ice.*se,i-a*sr ItiM.. clronmstiice.,
If-*** stsssiry -for sir to taki a good,
-aqhareloes? tn 111 eyea to determine If
t.bey were the lame aa ever, and then occurred tome of those manifestations
which foolish people call foolishness, aud
which only .topped when the genial
heinornald cam. to announce that dinner
wm served. Of course, the housemaid
iltd not lay: "Dinner is served;" her
proclamation verbatim was: "Come
now," bnt the meaning was the same.
I have omitted to say that Minnie was
not very tall; that she was remarkably
healthy sad dellctonsly plump. Hit lips
wereaa nsar burning from ifitlhiesi as
sfto«^v^!&r
ordinary, mad. her Just so much mon
magnetic.    ...■'
Then wis nothing wonderful about
Alexander, You will comprehend Alex-
•ndir-Wfloee wtien Illy that he received
,100 sSnlnth s*ieb he ..did not earn.
However, he firmly believed that In some
mysterious way his labor brought large
'•))'  ''■ • WrWfWimontti'theBlonemshad to'
live.  Fortunately, (bey /Intel no tint to
pay; the market books under Minnie's
care figured vp reasonably, and the do-
meitttr wis kfnd enough to demand but
115 a month.    —
'1 ■$.   On* !«•»' Ajuwdor cam. home from
" hia alleged business looking nice and
sweet, and alio looking for Minnie.  The
latter rushed out from the unexpected
'   place in which lbs always .bid, caught
,     lai m around the neck, asked hlm where
ij   ld» eyes wen, put .rapturous kin juit
..      , bfalo^w nil eirnel'i hair mustache, and
-'  i ittMi,.    ■'--;
"Whatdoyonthinkf"
Tbe sagacious husband Implanted a
rapturous kiss just below .where Minnie
would have had a iplentlld brown mns-
- tach. had ihe been in that line, aud he replied that he did not know. He also demanded advice as to what it waa appropriate to think.   «•—   SB
Minnie then explslned that a letter
Udwro* addressed to bira that looked
'' like wedding cards; that she bad-had
' opened It, aud It wasn't wedding oards at
all. '.- ' ■■ -   '     '"      '
•,, »,. a^em_vtn, halting ot a mysterlou, let-
tur mussiby a loving wife, would have
.xpassstad a fnling of viigne' unrest.
Not te Alexander.  He silently weighed
the merit, of tome hasty falsehoods and
inquired bravely what the letter Was. '
"An invitation to, join the- Warrensburg Social Club," laid Minnie, "and I
have,bun thinking of.lt all the after-
"     ""'it "-. ■ ->.. "
lt**tld, In her womanly way, ibe
ijttklng   what   dresses sue,
,-.—,—sS*?'' t« nloef" abe cried..
j^.SJ'vliWfto.'***
.    "Of course we can go." .'.   ."„„.
The iinguardedneu of thil answer waa
-uuentrally mnonllni.  Women, on the
-:   contrary, alwayi begin by refusing, and |
"  * nfterward allow themielvM to be argued
into anything wbativtr.
"Then you must g«t a drtti luit," utd
Mrs. Blossom,    .im,iii.,il^.    3
■■    Then wars, katNd, etrta*.  words.
; Tfury wsvsisd th. m^ng Idea that
-, I ae-firtkujaal. Alexandtt bid nothing
' !.i dress mon formal thin cutaway! or
Prince Albert!,
. How, then, hid he been married! Thi
- -   explanationthrowilight on avirydark
passage tn Mr. Blossom', life—his dren
'.a    suit had been pureed; and wont, th.
tlm, ot redemption had expired.
"I e*r.'t ajo,:'.he«sid, retlgning Umielt
lo Pate with ahrgs**,
'iThat'. It," cried Mlnnn, delighted,
i "I've been figuring ttall up and yon ean
— -».•»—       - •
line *Mii; Into tt. rapt: room, »nd
^nies. .    ..     r4«
"Now.loolratthlil"
Alexander looked; ud I have to record
tluvt be.,**, not .hooked. Tbe ..-gaits
lod-sjnab.at.ai marly
.rdllnsd BOOkknp«,.l
'e've got to bo economical for two
months, you «.," Mild Minniat, "Th.n
, TMndia^ubiodormmentrnnthuj:
"Grocer, IN; Jan.,' tlti bntehtr, IIS;
oal, -W; «r»y,klqg .el,» (d«; sltstitkiT
•T8—tn bnt ot 1100 leaves f_-t*y tXr,
two monthi, tto."
., -. vosi tttttrn Ml" doMn't sort mors
than thit, dow itf" sh, aikid aoafl.
. desMy.   '    •—•- • (V*
"Oost,*!*,''wpll*4 tlu «lc«n-Ata.
•nder.        —
'o*Ud Mlnnll. "CuVi Ton
If It wne a riHUen, I* wonld
Tlfexraderihbok his head.'
"Butth.olnbmetiiiirly in tbe even-
Ing," persisted Minnie. "Couldn't you
get one thit would do-nndy mide, or
*    loniethlngf"    »~- d
Alegandtrwi. pevlned.   He tald ta
„ ?>u*Jdsi.did not .peakin enrnest,
"Dearl" cried Minnie In despair, "what
anwedof W» can't take boarder., and
rou can't b. a book agent.. Iwlthipme-
,4i»dywonlilhfv.u.*ome money."        •
■ - J"JiSo tro I," murmured Alee with feel-
..tag,,.  .'-.» *!*■■■*  ."•"'-■    *
'.'Iknow what," tried Minnie, •*._
,inddiui.brightness..«..,».,   „r    -    ,
}   <■•. "'sW^-lm nk yonr, fcther for mon-
'.   *»,"i-ld_lr. Blossom, .ternly.
'HAw'll.ttBdto,"   '■'
Alexander, seemed to - think she might
hav. feera a little thorevrlllfnl on this
point. Bnt h. tried to look mnoh re-
,    mvedtand lun*d another command that
.ikivwsinottogolndebt.  Her assent to
Ithtown ImnwU-M. Alexander had no
mot.to«y,   »  .
Tb. next .day, Minnie, In pursuance of
her Ide., went by stealth to tho clothing
ampariivmof WMiwn.bMwaiod demanded
the prlnet dm. *tilts, Thi. inswer wu
'' 'JhfilW siked thi price of the doth.'
• -£5-'?JCSit ?"**' '"WrliB to .th..tailor.
We affected to lolve on Intrlcat. problem,
loal flou*Wrof his pencil, Midi
. "Twinty dollar.."
io*,. ■•awmooh foronttlngnwU" ■   *»■»
. - • "-Wall,"uald| thi: tailor, "html M in.
. M..,oYott,,wMildn,t want It midi np
i« '-^.W'tHlnkT Weill coat, mt and-
wtttoaimi*." ■■"'   " -H
"1 ihould like to get tl, doth Wd tb.
\
■   .        j***gBs*f
Minnie, faintly, ...
"Well," answered tlio faJlor,.piitr9niz-
•tnKly, "thlt'slf; w»"er,uldj(St,, jl'oii Cau't.
get.Biiigli«h; fjiiiiii, jou i iioiv, tat Ampv-
ienn'. prfce.' ;jW»- have cjfcnpei;. -good,,
tilt—" '■") 4 ' *}. »-.,.
"I slionldwaottbli," laid Minnie.
"Well, as tho best figure on that I'll,
tny*33, We don't make auj tliing on It,
nnyWHy." -•-
' Mi's. BloBsom was not ilicelved, but
she pretended to be, and ivltli another exertion of courage asked for In month's
credit. Then she directed tlio cutting to
be iliine by Alexander's mi-nsiirei already
with the tailor, and the next dny carried
her buiiillo In triumph to her dressmaker, i
That wits her idea.                '•
Herdrciniakir,o|.',cans»l waa one of
that in flu It! numb.1, .otjswiii.ii women,
fmimloiilyby ,hcergiiofl,:1.lm-l,-, n-hp nre
called "jewels" by -femiiflBe Ko^fips, nml
who chnrg.1two prices) Thity nre mild to
be "reasonable" ai distinguished from
tbo real modiste.
According to Immemorial usage among
tlressmnliers, this particular ."Jewel" of
Minnie's did not set a price, but she said''
ltw-sa"ipl,udldpl.'>n"tbat she would
try, and thatfcho would make .very thing
"satltfactory.'
What oan be more satisfactory .than
latlifaetoryf Minnie departed in great
spirits.
Time rattled on and brought the night
of the club's first meeting.
§.B|pssoms*acc,i,lance:l,..iil been duly
and Alexander had jjieun cunipla-
y informed that * di'svu. mit, would
DenroviH-A.    " ^ "
He trusted to his wife Implicitly, believing not that lu two mom lis she would
erssM a wonderful novel, n. ladles so
do—ln_o^hsupa>clB—blit tlmt sho
.pursui thsfcoro useful and per-
hapS:anoro-ivoni'a»ly,i,lan of ciilliiig ou
her father. Men are so .tardy, in conceding to-thelr wires., otliiir. (Jsis domestic'
vifiucs. Cut one iuaS.was about to have
his masculine prejudices swept nway. .,,.
j ■ l*|ie Important nltlit liaviug,rolled Into
''Warrensburg, Minnie bade her dependent husband to "come up aud get ready,"
Ho went. The bundle was brought ont
forliitu toopen. -    •.; .,   ,
It was r. regular tailor's box (such wss '
Miiinic's craftiness) and lo! on the collar of the cout was the glorifying name of
a New York tailor. Minnie, of course,
.bad obtair.eit the name of her father and
aewetl'lt c:i with ber own fair, hands, ...,
Alec, Willi a frill heart, donned thefiutt:
and stood before the mirror. He cast
twe careful, comprehensive glances at
the trim reflection, clasped .Minnie to tho
new. coat and exclaimed In many' rap-.
'tares:' ,. .
"You darling! It's-lt's the regular
thlngl"
"Are yon satlsfladf" asked the wife,
wishing hlm to commit himself beyond
retructllifj before she divulged the low
oriKiuof Hie suit.
"OfSoui'se," crlid Alec, warmly, wishing be wero a woman so that be could
gush a little. "Satisfied? Why, it'i one
of Ackerniun's best—that's what'it'll,
8ea tbe wayitHts. leoul(ltell that was
Ackerman a mile off."
When lie bad raved for ten minutes
Minnie confessed the history of the luit.
So you see, liter ,all,!Ssb.;said lb;latt,
"we women do know something." .-,. -
Mr. Blossom looked at the coat more
critically, trying to detect a blimlih, bnt
he couldn't. '  '
"An you still sitlafledr" iukedMln.nl..
He had to admit that he was.
"NoW, how much do yon suppose i;
coitf"
Mr. Blossom., couldn't tell. , "Now a
tailor"—he'began.'
"Tailor!" cried Minnie. "You niMii
robber. I counted on just laid, iiutl out of
that I have this suit, ivliicli you say you
like, and tliis dress of mine.' You would
have paUHiJ for the suit alonei To-morrow I shall gonnd pay up,nnd I wiirn
you that every cent 1 havo left ontof tbo i|
$401 shall spend on csndy, every single
cent." For Mimdebadthe woman's love
of extrav.g.uce after ill.
So this wai Mra. Blonom'a triumph.
Not a gentleman at the club waaUttir
dressed than her husband.
They were both in raptures, Alexander
especially, when he luul couvluctd kim-
•elf that tbls suit did not.praclaim to the
world the disgraceful truth tblt.lt.ha4l
been constructed by a dressmaker.
The next' evening when Mr.: Blossom
came home and instituted the learch for
Minnie, she did not leap out at him from
her old, unthought of hiding place, She
wss in her room" anHcrjing.'"    ■• '■■■
"What Is the maltirt" naked Alexander. -.,•?.' ,-   a
She did not reply at tat, bntitlll kept
.licr Jiead from him, bnt when, the had
b'eim wrought'up to the proper state of
sympathy nud alarm she cried, a'little,
moro. bitterly, than, before, and union-
leiuuily *»1«*1 sswsgnspunon a piece of
cruiuplwl liassr. '
Altx:in*?€l-1rslJ Isal tbls dingy
scrap was tho source ot tbe trouble, and
picked It up. It contained 'atrocious
writing executed in nd Ink.and looked
like flui.wofk df it dynamiter. But it waa
net so brief. It began:
,VMr*. -Blfasoro.- Is Mn. Darden, man
Drew Suite,1' snd after eighteen or
twenty lines of trimming,, linings, bnt-
toni,extracloth,rsakl.g,itti.,oulmlnkt,d
lu "totle 1110."
Under tbls "totle" Mlnnt. h.d wrlttsn
lu trembling flgurei what ihe owed the
tailor, tSB, aad then ihe hid mide s
"totle" of h*-own. Ins drew tuit had
cost her 179. ,**J IS
"You hnti tni," ,b. gabbed, "you'll
think you've married . simpleton."
.. -Alexander was not distinguished for .a
keen Insight into human nature, bulwlth
so beautiful aad appealing a creator, a.
Miunl* In tean, who would not know th.
proporcliordf
"Slinpletonl" li.cried, and dittrnttlng
tho power of words alone, h. nlied her
by the waist, "»ne Jimp," ud gleefully
ivlilsked hor about the room.
"So you want n compliment on your
financiering' You sholllhaw IU,Jk>oj
have got a thing worth ITS for *73j,u«ilo
153 by simply tui.irtngovatijonrionaswh.t
dimpled baud.   Simpleton, " .--■--•-
Is a eonunon expression, often heard
from thorn who havo raalbted, hy personal nn, the curative powers of Ayer'i
OhirryPntonl. miosnnot say enough
Inpnjteof Ayer". Cherry Pectoral, be.
Hiving «s I do that, but lor itt use, I
■hould lpng.gince.have -died from lnng
teOnxtlos.-r-I". Brogdon, Palostlnc, Tex.
About ilx months ago I had a .even
Hemorrbsge of the Lungs, brought on
by a dutteulng Cough.which deprived
moot Bloap ana rest. I had used varioui cough balsami and expectorants,
without obtaining relief. A friend ad-
vindmetotry
, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did io, ud am happy to lay that ft
helped me at one.. By continued use
this medicine cured my cough, ud, I
un satisfied, saved my life.—Mrs. B.
Coburn, IS Second it., Lowell, Mali.
I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
:te!TK4i*'**?,;Md. ••»«»!" believe I
ihould have been In my grave, had.it
not been for tbii mediolne. It has cured
mo of a dangerous affection of the lungs,
for which I bad almost despaired of ever
Jbirling a remedy. — D. A. McMullen,
Wlndtor, Province of Ontario.
Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral Saved my life.
Two yean ago I took a very severe Cold
whioh ntUed on my longs. I consulted
phyltelani, ud- took tbe remedies they
prescribed, bnt failed to obtain relief
until I began using Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral. Two bottles of this medicine
completely restored my health.—Lizzie
M.AleB,%«t Lancaster, Ohio.     ft!.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
   Br.J.O.AyM.*Oo.,Low.ll,Mu,.
 —      — ttj .It boltfc»,,5.
music.
MISS FREE9E, Into of Seattle, W. T.,
is nbw prepiued to givo IiiHtriicttoiis
on tho Piano. Will 1*0 to the homesof the
pupils If desired. Residence—W.R. Lewis,
Agnes street. OJIySOtc
SIGHTTfiUNDNESS
USE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
celebrated:
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES,
Recommended  by Leading Oculists In
Amcrloa,
! 33- X--*T__Xd tSs CO..
dmyUOto        Agonts.NewWeatinlnster.
■tTOTIGTEL
TBTHERBAB MY WIFE, MARGARET
YY OIBSON.liwileftmybedandboard
wltbont any provocation whatever, this Ib
to notify all persons not to trust heron
my account, as I will nr'
which Bhe may contract.
  JAMES GIBSON.
Chilllwhack, August .,1888.    dwau7m8
o_v.x.x> jk-sr
•s
OLD STAND,
Opp. lite IJ. f. N. Cc's Wh«r,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
CLotc-LiiiNca-,
Millinery,
Ladle;' & Children's Apparel,
•!3roMrie8, Crockery, Cord-
-'   *mfffif   twIJi   ''"'
Batter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, drain, Feed, Ac.
FARM, TfloDUCS
BOUOHT OR SOLD ON 00MMI88I0N.
WISH,
Wa. A. Dashwood-Joncs
FIESH MLIFOIKM AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
«   djezito.
THE WHITE IS KING
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church,.
Long Experience lu the bn.ln...,
         ' daojlylm
Dominion^ Lands.
Tf YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
1 Pre-emption or torrent of Minlngor
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay in SCRIP and save a
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained In largeorsmall
quantities from
ALLOWAY 4 CHAMPION
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
ob vkom
Illlt BASK OF BRITISH COIiVXBU,
NBW WESTMINSTER,
iiwmhetc
Ti
BY WAY OF THE
T>ARTIES DESIROUS OF l'URCHAS-
V Ing should not fall to give these celebrated Machines a trial..
C. S. KOBSOX.
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for  the celebrated While
Broiize Monument Co. djclfito ,
Front Strrht,   •   NewWkhtiiinbter.
dmy22ml
CHtNA A JAPAN
WB HAVE JUST RECEIVED n large
eonilgnment of all kinds of   .
CELEBRATED TEA,
tdBkl**M.(*48UkM0sl.
Ssiwli, Streeni, B-4QBI1U,
B*niuiK.«owM,!Kt«.l Itt.
—AlaSO—'
Porteliln,8at,Braa,Clol«iiise,
Drone, ivori, smdilwood ud
CnrlW of' Evory Description.
rWOmil BY 1WBY *TfAW* NMCT HUM
WINAAND JAPAN.
Hoping that you will honor us with your
visit, we remaln.very respectfully yours,-
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, Nn WtaTrHIMTtl, B. C.
Pott Office Box No. 7. ddelyl
nre a money grnbbeij ' Ti
-■■■--    -• '-iU- '« -sa*—1 -
torsoothi you
ty me to th.
thMt», oapltiilf MdTt>llFiivo, you tho
cupper afterward.   ISuf -What do you
think of thntf"'   " '•' • V 1
Minnie, flying from tears to smiles, fool-
isltly thought Aienrnder more adornbl.
than ever, and that+venlng, at the play,
although it was a very fatal tragedy, they
ptioci'sstully' maintained -th. - highett
spirits. '
Better than 111!.when thi itoryivria re.
luiuil- to Minnie's father, he-a-knowlng
■how to strike tho llulit chord—JmrneilH
iiti.|i' prroentrd lier with a large check iu
n gn-iMtttio-that her lint cbatmlng
fiiMli. effomst, economy inr* properly
liiHireclated; ' T      .'-,
Bough PS Uoilon,
A' dlil-inpnltlied looking -m.a- -ma
•rrested lb Philadelphia tbeoth'e, dsyfur
■wnd.lously crooked walking.
Onexaiiiiii.itlnn It was f. nml that b,
trMBOtartiifk.biittnil lived In Boston
for sluty-flve yenrt anil had Iscomert
nsentoorooltctl streets that lie couli^t1.
walk.stralglit.-BurIington Free Vtetl
Medical Profiisser (lo-atudont}-','la,ai
cine which yon final iliRlciilt, lo-tHngnose
correctly, v.but Is the proniir fioun, to
taker"    •''    ■   ■  ' '" 5"i'~'M* I™
, Stinleat-"lOTlinlie wd»»»tlll»»,"
Wederatioo Life
V    ^iSfOCIATION.
•unMee Oa.llal..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
*H^KL>0FFICI% TORONTO, CANADA
a homeIompany,
Thit Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in lit from the following
PACTS^ [j]*!
The HcourUy offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It has 110 schemes of insurance, butthe
if ell-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
/ Its statements to the public enn be readily undantiMd, Its cosh statement showing every Item of Income and bow expen-
It| position laascertnlnet) annually from
ft detailed rnluatlon In whioh every Item
ofltahlllty It Inclnrted.
^ERHMEtJTS?
^^^^    VWTflfWA D JO-
PIANOS AM ORGANS
,    Of the Best Milkers in tbe World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
nnd PIANOS of flasiin j A Manilla
novo arrived. Tlie great HTEOK PIANO,
Willi patent sustaining nodal. The matchless DECKER * SONS' PIANOS. The
well-kuown-BOMmiON PIANOS and
ORGANS. Have also in slock RONISCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos for rent and rent applied if purchased.
H. Peters' Music Store,
dwJeSHe VioToniA, B. C.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker bt Time than nay other
Route betw-en
Ket Weibniailtr aud San Ihsowo.
Grand Scenic Route of Ibe ftwlUc
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPER8
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland lo Sacramento nnd
San FranolBcoi Unlimited, *,S| First
Clan (Limited), *W| Second Class (Limited), Sis.
It. KOEHXER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen. Freight 4 Pass. Agent.
        die»c
THB UNDEKSIONED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
€tfc
mat
Which will be told at (he LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOIL CASH. faTA large
consignment to arrive shortly ,'SJ, Alwayi in Btock—leather, Slioe Findings, tie., o; all kinds.   Custom Work a .peciaKy.
dwjelyl
t, Columbia Stbebt.
WnUtAmfm,
DEALER IN
Buir-il Ibzduaiiu!
JfSW HISIMISSMB, B. C.
—ANY MAN—
Who ts Weak, Mervons, Dtbtlltated,
wbo in his Polly and Igaoiwiice has
Trifled away his Vigor of Body. M*»tt
nnd Manhood.eniiHingexbaustin-f;drains
upon th« Famntalus of lilfe. Headache.- BacfcacUe, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bashrulaess'
8'Clety  »«—-•    —
all the Y	
Consumption
Snolety, Pimples upon the Face and
BfTeeu leading to Barl'
mptlonor Insanlt***|W	
our Speclflo No. 83 a Ptit re Cure, It
iling to Early Decay,
ItiHAnlty, will And in
 r w a P#ilt vpCure.   It
tmparU Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vita* Power I n old ana young, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds up tbemncculari-ystem
anil arouses Into action tlie whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Speclflo No. 23 tbe  most obstinate
case can bo on red In three months, and
recent ones In Icmh than 3(1 days. Kach
package contains two weeks treatment.
rrlcetS, Cureaguaranteed, Our specific
No. 21 Is an Infallible Cure for all Private Diieagerj, no matter of how long
standing,,Sold under onr written Guarantee to effect a (Jure. Price f5. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
Hay and Feed
'j;   j-a._a.RX-aa*.
WOOD&CQAL
(THE BEST fltlALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Sliiws,
Provisions AGrocerlct..
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
....... .'j. ..i -■r■ -.
ss-As we use no whisky or tobacco we
can.by temperate habits and careful economy, Hive the publio at especially low
rate". dwjdstc
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED,, HAVING ADDED STKAM AND IRON-WORKING
Machinery to their Business, ire now prepared to do ill kinds of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, .forging,
And every description of BLACKS1MITHING, at price, considerably lower
than before, i It Is our intention to have in the conrte of a Wweeki A
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with onr Business. We have the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ node bnt the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee satisfaction in workmanship qb well as prices. We have obtained the service! of .
First-class Horsc-Shoer, and that part of our Business-rill have special
attention. -~rrxsers
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Impll'
montaV Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs; Harrows, or anyrbing In this line, will have
our best attention.     :  -    ".—'■'r~~
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at rueoosbl. ratet.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Bnggi<**,of the best quality,
for sale.
We also keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE A OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victor!, prices.- •
gar Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. ■ Call and inspect
onr Stock and get onr Prices, and yon will sav.e money byiit.   . koJI
dwjlyiuto REID & GWRRIE.
for Infants and Children.
•'CMtauttiiKweUsur^dtDiiluidrMlliat |0_tt*_ eorsi Oolle. <3e«sHi*tlon,
-SBSS^*22!fc_Sw^
—wn,
promoteadl-
m^Oi_ortflt,BiroolUy_,N,Y.
Thje O-wicaXtogpijiT, 77 Uui-»y Street, N. Y.
ciistiniti
That dreud terror, a disease so long:
bailing science uud the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arreBt,nothlhg to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now It is no longer an Incur-
ublo malady even when given up by
pbyslotans. henltti ean yet be found Iu
OUR REMEDY; it heals and soothes
the mcubmno of the Uinns, Inflamed
and nolsoued by the mviii'e.-i nf this
full dlBoaso, and prevents the night
sweats ond tightness nciwt- ibcelif>nt
which accompany It.   Price $.'•.
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
Its progress baa been unexampled In
te history of Insurance in Canada.
Iti policies are Indisputable after three
yeans and noaWorttltitVlt iifiji* * vo years'
existence, T" "■••Jl,m*1
IU proflts are distributed »
i aueqiiit-
e class of
„._ ,„jd loftve
rnroflts to any other olaos, which
s proflts e
Icy hold*
Tha
ilicy holder* '-"
   aflbrds aupe'rlor advantages over
ihe uniform bonus plan of distribution.
UbMralCaa-iiiiMi as ta ReaMfaecvawl
; Tt»«l.
i. K. MncDONALP,
Ifanaglng Director.
T. R. PfiARSON
,       i«BJah.ir*S'*>aMtnlMt.l
OUR ELEGANT PUKrAItAHONS.
Remember we manufncltire nml are tho
sole proprletiirH of the followlui; specialties, nnd that llioycnn be hnti fiaam no
DRUCCISTS. Cnrrosronilenco slrlotly con-
ndemial. Consultation upon nil chronic
dlsoiiso Invlli'd, NO, CHARGE except for
liieillclni's. All riioiIs Kent m-cure from
obsoivilHoii. Toronto Mcdlclno Co., To-
roiito.Ont, .
HAIR  COLORING.
Our magnificent preparations arewnr
runted pcrfoclly hiirmloss. Wo.prennre
tho followlliK colors—the llnor slinilca
arise from the hair llself: Bliick, Diirli
Rrown. Moilltim Srown, Cliestnut, Light
Chulnul, Gold Blomle, Ash or Bloiiilo
Ccndree. Semi siinjple of linlr when ordering. Price, ft poFboltle, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordcrtnR plonse specify whioh you
reijulre; we guarantee tlieui to Klve entire
BHtlHfiictliiii. ^o. ft linpnrls to Hit skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless iiiwl„c,'iiiiiot be ili'leclcil, sl.flH.
No. 0 romoves wrinkles, 52. Nn, 10 romoves Liver SpotMi.B. No. 11 romoves
(Mesh Worms, lllte No. 12 remnves
Erookleji I1.JS. No. 18 removal Pimple*
,1.25. No. u remoyn Ton, 81.2B. Nn. IS
removes Molra, Si No. M removes Pock-
markB,lK. b,o. II removes limine I'erspl-
rntlon, 11.21. No. 18, an abnlute unfailing
■peclSe (Or the retenUpn, ilevelopmenl or
reslprntloni nf llie HRlr ,u5, 'TnI.onto
Meillclnc Co.,Torrin1o,'Ont.
THE BUST.
No. ID Is a cmblncd' Internal nml eitor-
nnl tnntinntlt whlab speeillly ilnvolops
or restores the female bust to the nronor-
tlon. of a-oliiptuouB natoio. Is entirely
^rmleasani oertatn Jnresnlls. Price!*.
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronlo, Ont.
' dwapllyi
IMPERIAJL
fire mmm iiomft.
1 Oin Bboad St. snd 16 Pail Maii,
LONDON.
INSTrTFTtSD 1«08.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Building., Goodi, Wl»l, Merchan.
dise, Manufacturing and Farming. Stock,
Shipi In Port, Harbor or Dock, ind tbe
Cargoes of such Vessels r alio, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other'Vet-
•els on navigable riven and canals, and
Goods on board inch VmmIs, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland uid in Foreign
Countriel,
FROM 10S8 •« UMAfil BI P1BR.
SubssribKi ind iBvettsd Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rate, of Pnmlum and ivery tafornu
Hoc am be obtained on applloatloo to
W.J. ARMSTROBfi,
Agent fo.- New. Witssinttw.
Fl IDBMCE.
r" E  UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE GO.
And are prepared to receive applications
for policies on all good risks at eun '
rates,
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Ileal Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agenta, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
Post Offlce, Westminster.       d |ewm3
•5P3
MACHINERY
H AVISO LATELY INCREASED OUB
connection In the East and elsewhere very nmstderably, we are In a position to give prices on any class of Machinery that mi-y be required, including:
Marine and Stationary Engines nnd Bolters, Pinners, Mutchcrs and Moulder*,
Buss I'lmiers, Wood Lathe**, KoihI
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Mafhtnc",
Sblngle MaehlneH, Lath
Machines A Hollcin,
Two, Three nnd Four Block- Clmulnr Saw
Mills, Blind Saw MilU, >rpjlabia Engines and Boilers, aud Hob*ting
Engines.  Also, John Bertram
A Sons' and Tbe London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery.   ,
Brick Machines aud Crushers of either
the Martin orBalrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Tooth, Lubricating Oils. Rubber and
Leather Belting, whtoh we carry In
stock,
Steam Pumps of (he Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty'H Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short, notloevai. well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
We are sole agents tn this Province tor
the JOHN  DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marino work cannot be excelled, asottt*
fits wc have furnished here will testify.
fmser&Teonard,
C.U.M. St.. . Opp. N.w.-A*T.rtl.«r,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
,      , dwf.JNl
Animal Gathering!
-AX-V.XT_-X.JswI.T-a
soaiET-sr
WII.I. TAKE   I'LAl'K AT THK
AGRICULTURAL HALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Tlmrsiluj, October 4th, 188H
Ti e prize list for the Game.« nnd Sports
Is very large.
There will be a OIUND BALL In the
evening.
Ixwk out for Posters,
PKTER' GRANT,
dtfan.'KM tseeretiirj',
t^a^xpSL
I HAVE THIS -UYrMWD MY RIGHT,
title and Interest In the New Westminster Brewery to Messrs. Jameson A
Wright The debts doe for goods delivered up to tbe 31st of August last nre due to
me. I hope all my old friends will give
the new Arm a fair trloLfor they are de^
serving of confidence and will give satisfaction.
H. KBHOE,
Sapperton.
Westminster, Sept. lit, 1888,       dselml
NOTICE.
ALt onTSTANDlNO.AOeOt'NTS dbrj
' tho Royal  City Planing  Mills Co.
must be settled on or before Sept.SOthor
To BU uBsMets ors.lMI.1 MalerUlt
Until rortber notlc.'w S titrer great Inducements to all cash purchasers.
ROYAL CITY PLANING HILLS CO.
(Limited).
Now West., Aug. 31, ISSS.       dwanslml
ESTABL18HKII 1839.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hearty Opposite the Colonial Hotel.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
•Moitment of ill descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hind, and supplied to Fun-
lllee, Restaurants, ud Steamboats, at til,
WWBBT POSSIBLE PRICES.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOUDKN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OP
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Chnroh Strrtts, opposite
tbe Kplscopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate tb. traveling public
at the following rate,:
Board per day. .....„,»,„„
"     " Week  .'„..
Single Meals...,; „„,
 11 0,
 J 00
     35
^^^^^^^^^^             35
ffsvQood acroni modal Ion tor Ladle, and
families. .,-ihv ■'  niytno
Flowers for sate
HACK, tlVERY, STACE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THB StUSCRIBEIts' ARfJ SOW PBB-
PARED TO TORN1 ACT
DOUBLE AND SIHSLE RIGS
, ' At Special lowRofai..
Drayin'r aad .^Jl Ei-ds of T«ming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Kry lorilwowl delivered -to any part of
. Orders byTelephoneWlk! receive prompt
attention.       -   5       :,   .     ,
.•W-StablcB nearly opposite C.P.R,Depot, Colnmbla St., NewWettmlntter.
dlalltc     OILLEY BROS. I*aon. wm
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
' kvsry ISbms etmnt (asiay,
BTTBB
XaXtTTXDT      SXtOSEBBB,
. At tbelr Btnun  Printing Bttablltb-
 il. Sin
mint, Columbia Street.
if
BT   MAIL!
11 monthB.....«......—.«-..
itbw..»,HH,,H,.,
Jmontl
..« n
../.as
...3 36
. SIUVBRED Of THB CITT:
li monttu.....™. 411 W
for lime
for Into
RrSSK
tor I mosUu.......
»r month.........„.
annantlsiJlesM. (exeept torwMkly
tat.) to b. mad. la advance.
 , _ at,.—Flnt Insertion; 10 oil. per Hue solid nonpareil; MCh
subMau>ntoon>eeutlv<lnMrtton,,oU. p»r
llu«V AdvertlHment. not Inserted every
SAy, 8 et*. par Un. each InMrtlon.
J_>s4lM Adv.nu.me.lk - Regular
0O.U.M or Profewlooal Adv.nl.em.DUi
. will be received it following rate.: 1 Ineb,
Bper month: 3 lot U; U eol. IS.*; V col.
6n;leol.*ll. If Inserted for less i3an 8
mo*. 10 per out. will b, added.
Jtruka tntseet .moBg reading matter,
30 cU. per Una eaeh Intertlon.  Special.
- eslllng attention to advertlaements, lOets.
aw .line.
Births, lIirrlaiM Md Death., tl for each
InMrtlon: Fonerel Notice. In connection
with death., il ou. each InMrtlon.
AaetMa Isles.wbendisplayed.oharged
35 per cent lei, that transient advt., If
■; solid, oharged at regular transient rates.
'-THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
fuses miy WedseUUy «.r»u.g.
rsllvered to the City, per y»r.
Sailed, per year.. ...........
Mlsi, I months.........^............
 ..Vino
....... 100
 1.26
win* MvHTimo urn.
Tt«Btle.tA«v.«lMMeBts.-FIrstlnier-
lion, loot*, per line .olid nonpareil; tub-
M.n.nl toaenloa., i ou. per line.
MBS.tss Advsnuass.au.—Por 1 Inch,
,Uep.rm.nlb:3lna.l3p.rm.;3lDLtf.tK>
KmT;lcol.,lS.T8p.rm. If Jnierted for
i thu I mw lop-r cent will budded
toth.Mr.tea.
Special notice, among reading matter,
30 ctl. per line eaoh InMrtlon,
Call mutt be all metal,and for large cut!
.n «tra rate wfll be charged. No advt
lOMrted In either lltu. for less than ,1.
BtrP-rBons .ending In advertisement.
-Ihonld be careful to state whether they
St. to-appear In the Dally Edition, or the
,W«-UyTorboth.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
General Agenta. .Lowenberg, Harris k Co.
tenders.... H. V. Edmonds
Wanted X, this office
Lost , London Anns
Appointment...., Prov, Sec,
Notice. W. S.Gore
gmlg British OJolnmbian
Maw EvralBs. Sepl.ll. IM*.
Rousseau's now adv. will appeir tomorrow.
B. V. ESmond'. adv. laid over till
to-morrow.
Lowenberg, Harris & Co.'s id v. ap-
pun to-day.
, The latest Fall  Shapea in Ladies'
Straw and Felt Hnti, at Jas. Ellabd
. «*Co'i.   *
A good Idea—to patch our tidewalki
s^'hit."thing, of beauty" on the
CMf*Mi|ueut toil eotiin ;
• Tendon ■ are called lor th. motion
of a (night tied in tbe Webtter-Ed-
pan*, wharf.
Foa cUti.—1,600 Hixon Oreelt
•bam for ule. Apply to Woods,
Troon 4 Gamilb, dnl.to
. Th. latest Fill Shades in Plushes,
Bilk., Dreti Goodi, tee., at Jas. El-
lard & Co. 's—London House.    . *
Than wen five carloads of canned
ulmon and seven carlotdiof lumber
attached to the outgoing Atlmtio ex
tttitio4nJ,.., ,,,),'«. voL.il:
-.Aawpilnent real ettate broker uid
{hia-aftarnoon that the real ettite
market was much moro lively now thin
at thi beginning of th. week.
The itr. Irving left it 7 o'clock thil
■horning for Chilliwhaok and wiy places
with 125 tons of general fniftht .nd
about 60 pMiengen. She returns tomorrow.
Ackennin Bros, ilationed the
Thompion-Bovill building in what w.
preturne will be ita lut reiting-place,
on the lot adjacent to the Wintemute
block, thit aftornoon.
Tin itr. Gltdyt came down from
Chttliwbiok and way port! thia liter-
noon, bringing 81 passenger. 20 uoki
potatoei, 66 balet of hay and a quantity of fruit, vegetable*, butter md eggt.
Ayer'i Ago. Cure acta directly on tbe
tlwr ind Wliiry apparatus, and drives
opt the malarial poison which induces
liver complaints and bilious disorders,
Wirn&tea to cnre, or money refunded,
Trylt,
AtoilS o'clock lut evening, there
not bung th. requiiite number of nl-
asrnuo to form . quorum, hii wonhip
th. miyor further adjourned the meet-
lag until Monday evening next at 8
For thirty dayi, on md after 16th
Sept., I will allow 10 par otnt discount on all cub. purchase*. Call and
MM. "Bargiin,." My itock it se-
1-oted from the belt manufacturer! in
the eut. Jas. Rousseau. seliSt
"Th. ulmon run li somewhat dit-
ooUnging, Ope of Mr, Vimen'i boats
w.nt out yeiterdiy at noon and re-
turned thu morning bringing in 3
ulmon. while tho •veraee catch for ill
Um boat, on th. tint wu only 8.
Tho S. 8. Sordonyx, Cpt, Adams,
returned te thit eity at noon to-day.
We understand that her crew hu been
discharged .nd-.the iteamer will re-
mlin here for. the purpoie of being
overhauled and thoroughly repaired.
Wi know of ao mode of, treatment
which offers, to mlferen from chronic
dUeuM, . mon certain hope of cure
than that which la comprehended in tbe
SNOt Ayer'i Strsaparilla. For purify-
' tag aad invigorating the blood, this pre-
natation Is unequalled.
It ll uid that a plan of the different
route, that hav. been surveyed for the
propoated railway from Vancouver to
th. American frontier, hu been sub-
ntttsd to V.n Horn., but no deoiiion
haa y*t banti arrived at with rnpeot to
nuking s .election.
Aidnsk wu run in the police Italian ystUrday liternoon md, be-
ooning sober by evening, wu idmitted
toaWonhbownnoofoiunce in the
Mm of $6 to sppur thii raornieg be-
(omth.plao.easgl.tnts. Of course
he did not appear .nd hia bail wm forfeited.
tiWe undentand that Mr. Jamei
Wolf, of Taoomi, W.T., will ihortly
♦omraence tho .notion of a brisk block
•a lot 7i block 6. Th. building will
•stand from Front itreet to Columbia,
s dtatUor of 13J feet,And will'hate
a frontage of M-'(•*.   It will be.
inttotjbtmwj.
wmaammmmmmmwmem
The itr. Belle sitived about 10
o'clock lut night from Mud Bay with
a boom containing 400,000 feet of log!
for the R. C. P, Mills Co. She mid.
the round trip in 24. hours, a diltance
of about 100 milei, which ia considered
very good time, especially when having inch s lirge boom in tow.
The itr. Rithet arrived from Victoria
lut evening ihortly after 6 o'clock with
125 tons of freight and 40 passengers.
She cleared again for Victoria at 8
o'clock this morning with a cargo of
freight confuting of 626 cues of canned talmmi, 600 ucki of Sour, 15 font
of grain, 20 tons of hay, 2 torn of firm
produce, a quantity of hidei ind fun
and 80 piue-nge-n.
Whiten.. W. T.
There Will be a "special" ule of
Whitcom property at very low figure!,
for a few dayi only. Plans and full
particular, at our office.
W. J. Waikeb & Oo.
Over Bank of B. O.
Open from 9 a. m. to 9 p. ra.    *
■   a.  .	
Ike Dear. Dumb and Blind.
Yeiterdiy morning the fint scholars
for the ichool for instructing defective
youth, formed by Mr. John Aihorof t,
were received at the home selected on
Chatham itreet for temporary quarters.
Actual work will begin to-day. Seven
or eight will comprise the attendance
until larger and more convenient premises are provided. The principal will
he assisted by hit sitter.Miis Aiheroft,
who recently trririd from Belleville,
Ont., for that purpose.—Colonist.
 _——     	
B-M.MeX.ren Mint.
Messrs. W. H. Higgini and F. O.
Strickland, of thii city will meet Mr.
James McLaren this month in Peterborough, Ont., where all arrangement!
regarding the machinery of this mammoth mill, etc., will be made with Mr.
William Hamilton, of the William
Hamilton manufacturing company of
that city. Mr. Higgins is expected to
arrive home sometime dnring the next
fortnight, when all tho particular! of
thia great lumber concern will be mide
known.
.—• *+. j	
Hymeneal.
The Farmers' Home but evening
was the scene of a pretty wedding, it
being the occasion of the marriage of
Mr. W. E. Murray, well known in
connection with the Caledonian hotel,
and Mitt Mamie Doe, late of California.
The ceremony was performed .by the
Rev. Thos. Scouler, in the presence of
a few of the immediate friends of the
high contracting parties. Mr. - and
Mrs. Murray have Ihe best withes of
all their friends, in which the Coujii-
dian heartily joins.
The Bueballers.
The following gentlemen, comprising
the Westminster boseb.Il team, will
leave by the Atlantic expreu to-diy
to attend tbe Kamloopi tournament,
whioh commenoei on Monday next:—
Meun. Working, Biker, Spencer,
Upper. Mott, Wintin, Lewis, Wilson,
Hutehersou, snd Whyte. The team li
a good one and that, together with the
amount of practice they hive hid lately, will no doubt give them one of the
fint plioes in the rice for the Cham-
piouihip of British Columbia. A number of people from the eity have signified their intention of accompanying
the team.
B.bblsh« the Streets.
Complaints wero brought in to ui
thil morning of the disgraceful condition of portion! of McKenzie itreet
with broken bottles, lamp-glasses, and
other tubbiih. making it a very dangerous matter for children to walk th.
atreet, md even so to grown people.
We find that there ii a bylaw for tho
pnvention of nuisances or obitruc-
tion, on the itreeli or other publio
property, which reads u . follows;—
"Any person or persons depositing
earth, gravel, or any other lubttanee,
solid or fluid on any publio property,
road, itreet or lind, without the content of the muuioipal counoil being
first had ahall be liable to a fine of not
leu than five (hilling!, and not more
than ten poundi sterling," Now we
have more confidence in our city father! than to think for a moment that
they hive given their content in thii
matter, md in order to avoid serious
consequences the sooner such recklon
conduct of throwing rubbiih on the
streets ii stopped the better.
 .  • a.
A aaesist lb.. *s vrkeeh.
No doubt everyone hu ison thit affair on Columbia itreet, opposite St.
Peter'i cathedral, which looks like a
circua ticket wagon. For lome timo
put people hive been wandering whit
It wu intended for, to whom it bolon-
ed, whether it was a photograph gallery or whit it wu, and in order to
satisfy the curiosity ot our reader, a
reporter of the Columbian called on
Mr. John Wonnocott this morning in
order that, the ins and out! of thii
house ou wheels might be ascertained.
Mr. Wonnocott said that in St. Thomas,
Ont., where he formerly lived, he was
unfortunate enough to suffer bad Iieali h
so he decided to try Britiih Columbia,
and to improve his health he mado
up hii mind that travelling about in
the country wu a very good thing,
hence he devised the plan of getting
up a machine wagon, one in which he
could live and work with perfeot comfort. Thia he hu done, md it is his
intention of going around the district
mending clocks, steam engines, sewiug
machines, cooking utensils and every
thing in the shape of machinery, save
watohet. This ia something new to the
people in Westminster district md no
doubt it will be very remunerative to
Mr. Wonnacott. In »bout a fortnight
he will itart' out, commencing st Led-
nen and working hii way up tho road,
itopping it all farm houm on the way
until he reiohel Browntville, when he
will withdrew hii wagon for thi winter,
•nd in th. early spring out he will go
again, visiting every settlement along
the Fraser as far as Yale.
• 	
Thoi. Sabin, of Eglington, says: "I
have removed ten corns from my feet
with Holtoway'i Corn Cum" Reader,
go thou .nd do UkewlM.
The celebrated lecturer arrive, by
the train thii evening from Vancouver, where he lectured on Wedneiday
evening lost, on "Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde." The News-Advertiser layi:
"A great deal of intereit has been excited in thil tubioct owing to the wonderful tuoceis which hu attended the
nle of Louis Stevenson's book. There
oan be no doubt that Mr. Nourte has
thoroughly, mutend not only the detail of the book, but alio the iplrit and
purpoie of the luthor. The early part
of the lecture wai taken up in giving
the outline of the itory to the audience. At wu expected, the lecturer,
while full of that which wu intenuly
humorous, wu. above all things dramatic. The doting parts of the lecture, the transformation of Dr. Jeykll
into Mr. Hyde, the detpair, the outcry, the picture of the gibbering,
idiotic, tin-mastered wretch, were
marvellous. And then the closing
word! of warning and appeal made a
fitting climax to what wat conceded by
all preient to have been • mott faithful
and graphic expotition of one of the
muterpieces in modern literature.'
Mr. Nourse lectured again lut evening
in Vancouver, hii mbject being:
"Why I am not an infidel." Thii
evening Dr. Noune will lecture in
Herring'i Opera House, under tho
auipicei of the Y.M.C.A., on "John
and Jonathan." To-morrow evening
he will lecture on "Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde." We are sure the people
of Westminster will turn out in full
force to bear Mr. Noune on theie interesting subject*.
AMytKrylsOarMldtl.
Westminster miy not .be aware that
;thai in its midst a mott wonderful
woman, Mn. Simeon, of San Francii-
co, a businets and test medium of wide
and enviable reputation, who reached
thia city a few dayi ago, and hu engaged roomi at the Colonial Hotel.
All press notices speak most flatteringly of this lady's marvellous gifts,
They state she bu numerous testimonials from men of prominence
which should satisfy the moat skeptical
that the lady merits personal investigation. Also that Mrs. Simion is not
only a medium of remarkable power
but a cultured lady, and ii pleating to
meet socially as well as in busineu relations. The following are from prominent journals:
No one can form any Idea of the great
powers of Mrs. Samson until visiting
her. She hu already earned for herself
the reputation of being the greatest medium that ever visited our city. Every.
one who has had sittings with tlie lady
are enthusiastic In regard lo ber furnishing Information that Is simply startling.
She brings testimonials from some of the
leading citizens of California and Neva*
da, and her success here i» proo"
thtt she is.desamtyj of all the
noijOAiol.w.-iBntte City Miner.
Wonders never cease. Such are the
opinions expretted by those who have
visited Mrs. Samson, the wonderful business and teat medium. During the put
few dayi her roomi at the Merchant hotel have been thronged with vititors,
each and every one of whom hu left In
a wonder-etrioken manner, expnMing
thi highest pralM of Mn. Samson as a
tett medium.—/Menu Independent.
Without doubt Mn. Samson aa a
medium hai no superior tnd her power
in foretelling events it limply remarkable. She hu teitimoniala from the
leading citizen! of California, who be-
fWlifiMoniiig. her u a great medium,
teitify thai «fo,„s t\ rehned lidy nnd
brilliant conversationaliil,i Mn. Sam-
som can be teen at reception room No.
40, Colonial Hotel.—Adv.
IMBMVC-Mata.
Ono ot TBI Coiumbian's reportere
called upon s prominent •rohiteot in
th. oity thii ifternoon to ueertain the
extent of improvement!, tn the ihape
ot building, that hav. been carried on
in and about the city ilnce the tint of
thii year, end the gentleman aaid thit
there were tuch a number of houiea
erected thii yew thtt he could mme
only . few of the mott important,
whioh are tu followi:
W. N. Bole, reiidence « 6,000
J.A.Uidlow,      "          0.000
Mri. Trew 4        "         5,000
W. E. Falei "         2.000
J. Ounninghim 2   "    8,000
J. Cunningham 1 3-ilory ihop   1,800
Thoi. Ovent, 1 3-itory "hop..   1,000
Methodiit ohurch    6,000
Preobyteriin   " ''.;'  13,000
Himley building. 12,000
J. E. Smith, 2 cottigei    4,000
W. A. flandcock, double dwelling    2,500
Thoi. Quilty, reiidence    2,000
Mn. Brighnute, 2 dwellings..   0,000
J.J. Blake, cottage.....    2,000
J. Wintemute, double dwelling   3,000
It. J. Rickman, cottage    1,500
Joseph Oliver, 2 cottage!    3,600
R. Drummond,       "       1,500
J. A. Price, "       2,000
A. O. Lund, dwelling    3,600
A. J. Bovill, 2 dwelling.    3,600
D. S. Sinclair, 3 senii-detacbed
dwelling!    6,000
Rev. Haddou, cottage    2,600
Mn. Freeze, cottage    1,200
T. Peek, residence     1,800
RPeten,   "           1,200
Addition to public school.....   3,000
J. Hendry, addition to residence... i    2,000
Geo. Odin, dwelling    2.600
Dr. Fttg»n,      "         6,600
A. L. Street,   "         2,000
N. W. Ou Oo. cottage    1,200
J. Rankin, 2 cottage.    2,400
H. Hoy, addition to reiidence   1,700
Wm. Stride, reiidence    1,200
At Penitentiiry, uvenl building! .,  10,000
Six cottogoi on Agnei itreet.. 5,000
In addition to the above there are I
•urpriiingly luge number of cottages,
both in and nuttidi the oity Haiti,
which ire ne»t in .ppunnce and a
oredit to the ownen and to the cily.
Beiidei the dwelling houui, lut
•pring no lest thin lire (teamen, »g-
Saagating » coit of iboot $30,000, were
unched, md om which will cost in
the neighborhood of 120,000 or 125,-
000 i. now on the way) and will aoon
be ready to launch. Thil li a very
utitfactory state of affairs, and oomid-
ering that about 1200,000 hu been
•pent in dwelling horne. already thia
-alH
m
mtuh
Child™ Cryfor PifcW-iCutorl*
^.!tn.r.«n *'"^sii»WiiM'i|'    ■"
year, we ihould think that thota looking (or housei would experience Ho
difficulty in securing placet of res'-
denei; but ,ech i, not the cm, is
then .re no houiei to let, and, as
a rule, those under course of construe
tion are engaged before half completed.
By the end of the year the aggregate
building figure will, in all probability,
reach or exceed the respectable lum of
8300,000, ii during the fin. fall
weather a great many will build, stimulated by the extraordinary demand (or
houiet.
 i^aaas . ■
Personal.
D. 0, Webborj of Hammond, it in
thi oity, itopping it the Colonial.
Mn. Bowell, of Vancouver, ii the
guelt of Mn. Brymner in thii city.
Jit. Cnwford and Alex. Glirihue,
commission merchant!, Victoria, are
in the eity.
L. H. Romani, repreienting Pen-
dray & Co., came down from Calgary
yeiterdiy and it at the Colonial.
A. R. Onen, C.E., and H. J. Com-
bie, O.E., left hire to-day on an inspection tour up the line of the C.P.R.
Dr. Roddick, chemical profettor of
surgery in McGill Medicil College,
Montreal, and one of the most prominent of Canadian aurgeoni, il on hii
way to Britiih Columbia.
M. M. English, Mis. English snd
daughter are registered at the Colonial
Mn. English' arrived from Oakland,
Oil., yeiterdiy and will remain a few
weeki in thil city and on Lulu blind
before returning home.
Th. Rev. 'Donald Fraier, aocom.
panted by Mn. Fruer, left by the
Atlantic expreu for Kamloopi to-day,
where he goes to officiate it the reopening of the Prubyterian church
which taket place oil Sunday next.
S. D. PopeJ B. A., .uperintendent
of education,' viiited the Sipperton
ichool yeiterday afternoon and report!
that inttstution to be in a proiperout
condition. Although lately eitabliih-
ed it bat a dally average attendance of
18 pupils.
T. A. Harding, of Washington, D.
C, secretary bf the international association of the Y.M.C. A., waa in the
oity visiting Ihe association in this
oity, and wept over to Seattle, via
Viotoria, this morning. Mr. Harding
will return to the city in time for a reception to hi gitan by the Y. M. 0. A.
on tho 20th inst.
W. Nelson, of Msplo Ridge, wu
in the city yesterday and gave us a
call. Mr. Nelson is ono of the old
pioneers of thil country and Maple
Ridge, and ihould know whereof he
speaks, when he uyi that the crops
throughout the district this year are
the best since 1860, and tho fnrmen
are all happy, consequently.     ,
Late Canadian News.
Ottawa, Ont., Sept 9.—The final
■tatcment of account, of the lut final
year wu iuued today, showing a deficit of "*3O,O0O--arl7O,00O leitthan
the budget forecut. Tupper ettimated
that thit year'i turplui would balinc.
lut year't deficit, Tha July .nd Au-
gutt revenue esceedi the expenditure
by »i,iooo;ooo.
Tobosto, Sept 0.—Argument wu
heard yeiterdiy in the buoket ihop
cue of Logan and othanand judgment
reurved. It it believed that the conviction will be quashed on the ground
that the magistrate ihould uot hav.
ordered the ule of dofendant'. effect!
to satisfy judgment in cue they refuted to pay the fine.
St. Jobs, N. R., Sept. 9.—The
John building tooiety, which some
time ago became unable to meet the
demand! of it, crediton and hu been
trying to run along under a trust deed,
hubaeii put in liquidation. .1
Nelson Arnold.ooo of the wealthiest,
beat known and raoit highly respected
ntidonti of Sittiei, committed suicide
by drowning on Saturd.y. He it «up-
posed to have been temponrily tnune.
Wikktfbo, Sept. 11.—Miny of tho
memben of the Methodiit minion
board now in the city will visit th.
Pacific oout on conclusion of the let-
lion, the 0. P. R. having offered them
a rate of forty-two dollar! lor the round
trip, including pullm.ni. It il expected one result of the meeting here will
be a large increue of the grant fur
missions in this country.
MoNfiiBAL, Sept. 11.—The new elec
tion in Montreal east takci place on
the 26th intt.
Kikoston, Sept, 11.—Sir John Mac-
donald arrived to-day to open the provincial exhibition,
Tobobto, Sept. 11.—Th. governor-
general addreuel the board of trade
yeiterdiy on the fiiherlu' quettion.
He expreued the hope thit neither
directly or indirectly would Oinadiana
be tempted from the path of calmneit,
lound judgment mil even geniality
toward thou with Whom they win
brought in contact in political and com'
mercial affair..
Lordon, Seat. 12.—A icandal wu
caused at tho Windier hotel lut evening by the anljci oft talented and cultured Jetuit priett, the ion of a well-
known judge. ! He hill imbibed too
much liquor at dinner ud made himtelf obnoxious to the other gueats.
Failing to leave when ordered, he wu
arretted and (pent the night in a cell.
He will probably bo unt to an uylum
for interdiction.
Guelph, Ont., Sept. 12.—Tho fint
passenger train, of the Grand Junction
Railway steamed out of the station
yeiterday in th. pretence of a large
auembly. There wu much eiithutium
manifested by the crowd.
Montbbai,, Sept. 13.—Mr. T. G,
Shaughnein,'Mutant general manager of the G. P. R.,accompanied by
Dr. Roddick. Hon. Mr. Weill, of
Toronto, and Mm. othir friendi, will
lev. for Britiih Oolumbi. neit week,
.      ■    ■ ■ /■        »     V
:.    -       r       .     ■■      :   a"     <v.-r-n,*- r*fr.«irtft;-ylwaiawiwsy«^.
Mn. Coleite Coon, Synouse, N. Y.,
writet: "For yean I could not eat many
kindi ot food without producing a burning, excruciating pain In my itomaoh. I
took I'armoloe'i Pilla according to directions under the hud of 'Dyipeptla or
Indlgettlon.' Obi box entirely rand
mo. I cm now eat anythinglohooM,
without ilistreufng me In the tout."
Thote Pilla do not cauu pain or griping,
•nd ihould be und when • oithirtlolt
required.
■ahhibdT
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thoMOfourriidelswhoworddliketo
hive in elegant, large package ot extra
fine, Assorted Ribbons (bymail),indifferent widths and all the latest fashionable shades; adaptett tor Bonnet String!,
Neckwear, Scarf., Trimming for Hat!
and Drenses, Bowl, Fancy Work, Ac,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only liS cents (itampt), to the addreu
we give below.
As a special offer, this Iioum will give
denote the .mount of any other firm In
America If you will lead the names .nd
P. O, addreu of ten neufy married latins
when ordering and mention the name of
thii paper. No piecei lesi thin one yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three pick
•get for 60 cents.   Address,
Loitdox Ribbon Aokncv,
dwaplOyl Jersoy City, N, J,
Children Cryfor Pitcher';Castoria
Wholesale city Market,
BMf,     per ltflllm....... ......11 009 0 00
_ 109 ,00
.. It 00 911 to
.. I OOf 6 00
.. ISSS ISO
.. 3009 000
,   3 009 0 00
.. ieo§ in
,. 1 B0§ 175
„ 1504 0 00
„ 18 00 (§00 00
,. 0 35$ 0*5
<•»•»;       ''■; *>. -e„..l>..... " 0 »1 0 17
Bggs,      pordos.  0 859
Oordwood (retail) percord...... 1009 0 50
Pork
Mutton " .,...„	
Hldes(gr'n)"        ; ;;-...
Potatoes "        	
Cabbage "      < ,„«..	
Onion. "   .	
Wheat " .........j„
Oal. ' ,	
Pew     , ". u    „..».,;„'«
Hay,      per ton ...*.........
Batter (roll.) pert. ...„
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WltMah.Mea»l(lM,_.du|h>CMt<rta,
WhniUlu4failo>M,iMi>wlli-nCiitsii
WAaNTED.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
A housework, A d«alnttile situation,
pply to, or addreu "X." at this oflice.
A
IiOST,
1 GOLD NUGOBT flOARF PIN. Find-
A erwlll b« liberally rewarded on lew
ll At tbe "London Arms" Saloon. a«14t3'
TENDERS
-t XTILIi BE KECE1VBD AT THE OF-
VY Scot the undeMgned, next the
Bank ol British Columbia, until MONDAY, ,41kmil., at sp. m„ for tbe erection of a J.  I \^) '.   .
FIUIICIHT    SJTMP
On Ibe Wharf on Block Two.  Tbe lowest
or any tenderjiot neceuarlly accepted,
dtelltd HENRY V. EDMONDS.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
JTIS HONOlWyiJaail,IECTENANT-
O Governor has oeefr'pleased to make
the following upuolntment:.     ......  .
11th September, 1888.
Alfred Seymour Black, Esquire, of New
Wettmlntter, to be Acting Deputy Registrar of Titles, New Westminster, during
thi absence of B, W. Armstrong, Esquire.
  dtelltl
NOTICE.
Lease of Trenant School
Wfii.'-" .	
SEALED PRQrOSALS WILL BE RE-
eelved by the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Land, and Works up to noon
of SATURDAY, 29th Instant, from parties
who may b. desiroBH of securing a lease
of that portion of the N. W. quarter of
Section So, Township 5, New WMUalnltw
Wrtrlct, known u ''Trenant School Reserve," containing 115 acres, excepting
therefrom W acre., whioh have utt
leued to the Delta Agricultural Society,
and oac lore upon which the school-house
standi.
PROPOSALS MUST STATE:
lit. The purpoM for which tb. lend Is
Intended to. b. uMd, tbe nature of tb. Im-
provemenU propoMd to be .fleoted, and
within wh.t time.
Snd. The term of yean for which th,
leOM Is desired.
8rd. The annual rental propoted to be
pild.
In the event of aleue being granted, It
will lie issued subject to a provision that
the Honourable chief .CommlMloner of
Land, and Work, may at any time during
the tenancy resume po.BM.lon of the her-
     -      dvlr- --    *
edllam.nl. upon giving the lessee two
 .. . r__ sylBg hlm ihe
Improvement,
- - -.    -rtn giving „
monthi'notice, and after paying hlm the
 '--•■   —i, of the  —	
appraised  vain, i
made by him.
Tbe Honourable Chief Commlstloner of
Isnd..nd Worki reurvu the right to
reject any or all propoial. which he miy
receive.
W. S. GORE,
.    A     ..-.._- *urv*yoraininI.
Lands gad Work, rxpartm.nt,
▼Ml— ""■"       "     -
rlciori-.
mber,18S8.
HURHAY-UOE.-r-In tbl! clty.on th. IMh
Init., at th. Farmer.' HOm.^y the Bsv.
niMscouler, WaB.Muitiy to ¥►
C. Dot, both «f thil city. I
..I-***.*-.-.-.       ••- :..:.m
Lowenberg, Earns
c?e co.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 ABBr—
Financial Agents
OFFICES:
COLUMBIA STREET.
41 Qovernment St., Victoria
Purchase, Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Aad tranuot ill ButlnM. relating to
Real Ettite.
—AOBNTS FOR—    •
London Inurinee Corporation
CoiiMtleit lire Ianraiee C.f
Hartford.
iMftoa aal laacHilre lilt uitr-
mm Co. - ■ ■• ' •
Cut.1 lanraau Mee, U. (Marin,)
-'/«%iii4»i-'     -  ".aoM
W
LONDON HOUSE
-■■i-r^-^S   ma  -WwT'p*-*-
Fill MMIMY
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
jftsfmiiRD & ers
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler t& Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL   .
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WABE, &C.
BEST QOAUTV,   EASTEItN PIUCES.
:. A full lin. qf .Spectacles St Eye-Glasses In tteel; rubber, silver and got 1
frames.   The finert Pebble, made, |4 per pairs aU lights mited.
' SpecUl atlshtton given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS.' Having learned the
basineM thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcrs iii England, and lince than
managed the watch-repairing department! of a few Of tbo best firms on the continent of America, Is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
MosTkEAi, I*.', 1887;—Ut. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertton, Eiq., Cbairmu ot
Montreal Harbor Gomminloneri, uyi: "I never found a Watchmaker who did te
well for me u you did when in Montreal, and 1 am sorry you ire not hire to-day."
 ._, dwapltto
A. M. HERRING,
"!•''WHOLESALE & RETAIL^     "' .;
SUNDAY ^IIII«.-MoiiMiKa,from8:SQ(lcill o'ohiot <$«£ |
•    «• '•■ - Aftbbkoon,'.1I|iy0ae|ii*y»•*««  i
EvBNi»o,6t§R)'clooa!*'     '.
IT PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any. time during
the night by » competent chemist, who tleept on the premises,, Ring the night
isU.       ■• . i. ..,     ";''..
HERRING'S DRUG  STORE,
Opp, Telecrfc'pfi Office,
' '^*» ■ -■ ■
Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
dwooote
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
.   WHOLESALE. A RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and
Telephonic Communication with ill the Doctors in the City. Call on
ut my time and we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays for th, ule of Medicine only:—Mobni.no, 8 to 10.90 o'clock;
Arernoon, 1 to 3; Evening, 8 to 9.
KewneslHlnler, S.CtieilC.KBIalH.lrl.       I
COT THIS OUT. AND PASTE IT UP. .    .       .   .' >. dwablltc
'■    v»wo\/ss-r-.Tf^i-«-«r-OBW *.»-■■ mm
(i.TODBOM'8 BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
PT.T.wnt nr'
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
CoBitantly on Band an Biteniive Stock of *
Dry Ctooda, Orocerlcn,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Cftpa,
Crockery, Glassware, etc.
1 xtxmxt-m   _v  bo-to'   mxrx'Xfm. |
Oreit Vuiety ot Hounhold Articles.   Alio,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
. a. B.-*arm Pmduc. bought at mart
from tbl Interior promptly attended lo.
' B...Ba,-la™ rvalue, boni.ht ut .market rales or Mid on oommlMlon, ta<jnl,li
W. g G. WOLFENDEN,
SUCCESSORS TO C. Q. NAJOR,
-,. . ?■ ft.-.-   --V- 1    ... ".-'    ... ...     ■'! '
, : .     j        IHMBTBBS AB9 BBALBBS IS   . < I   '.
Chbice Family Groceries!
HAMS, BACON AND LARD,   ***»
Dry Goods,  Clothing,  &e,, «&e.'
ColnmMa Street, Mew Westminster. dwjlyllito
HENTRAL  fiROOERYl
Holbrook Block, Columbia Street   .
DINCLAII HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDING AND WANTS '
O   toiMiUhiioldouitomentndlotsof newonei, as hi will sill thtm ORO-
CERIEE, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper than ever,   AU our Ooodt an tlriWlot '•'
ud .ro being Mid M low u Inferior grades.   We strive not to match, but to excel.
Juit to hand—car of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following brtndt:    .
taleiBoPatent Bailer (Amerioan)i Bungarlan, Stronc Baker* (Ogil-
vie'i); Premier, Colnmbla Boiler (Spiiiurricheen)i   ..   -     ,
If you b've aot und the Britiih Columbia Flour do 10 it once ind be con*
id that It will m«ka flnt-olau bread and poetry. '  dwauWto
And
viscid
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Thi OoLUBiuri Fribtiko EsTABLHniiBNT has flrtt-olui facilities for
all Und! of i>>tnm-ioial Printing.' till Head*. Utter Heidi, Circular*,
Card*, Env.lopM, Blank Form* of every dpicription, Poatora, Mg.r*,
Mo* Lists, io.   Prtoek will be found ai low ll at any oth«r Oaffio. wlie**
fli**«l**s work is dons.

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