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Array Government Printing offic:
"IV Jaao^v-jhwtuj .wtiT^ «**'
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; .: HEW  vfaTsffiltlJri
yjJrJfl      ■^-•'■;
'.f*f*f*lltflt.
loom I,,       •       •       Colonial Hotel.
OrricEHouu-Iotot. ' dfeste
pl.CIOWI,
DENTIST,
BOOHI-B, * 0., over Bank of British 00
lumbla.    '
Bewas-rlhm.tot-gp.nl,     dwJIjUTte j
a***BSa»l
mm * tmttmu.
BARRISTERS,
#<n, .. # »* ar- i^iaiflw-^*^
;OI-c«. liuon'le Bulldlii>,iewkel*Wni
•tor, and Vancouver, B.C.     ]»lld«to |
rn p..**o*»*«*.»T,,_
. BARRISTEB, 8OJ.I0ITOB, AC. .,,
Of tie Prajflnee of Manitoba.
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:' jfeaaH*esfttiifi*sie'r,A'C. :
m
ATKIHaOBT,
, RABRIBTBB, SOUCITOB, «e.
Omosl-Misonlc BnuMng, .
dwfeioto tfnrWeatmlniter.ao,
•nrr bohmasi mmvb,t).c,     '■'■
BARRIBTBR-AT-LAW.
Mud Agent Money to Loan,
Columbia St.,
'•' <•***,• Hew Westminster, B. C!
. /IIOW * MAOLUIUC,
ARCHITECTS.
Omos-Room K, .
Over Bank of B.C.,
daullto
Columbia Street.
.ft   W  URAHT,    ;
ARCHITECT!
OvFlo.-OornerM.ry.nd Clarkson Sw.
dwieBto
VTALLAEDAIBB * SANIOM,
ARCHITECTS.
I.ae. Block,      •      -      HutlngaBt,
VANCOUVER, B.C.'
dantote
TtriLHAH R. BUBO,
'i ..    .    . AJ«58liailOT,'   ij|ji
80IIJ)WO*IJtJfl)8DBVIaYOB,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
omcn-Bam Muonle Blaffk,'      '
dwapute Westminster.
I J.BBRT J. HILL,  ,    '!.,.''. '
K ■       ■  ■ '   ■   i**XIAit.Soo.b.K.''
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAUD SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN,
Owrof-Hwifcsonie Block, '■:■    .'',.'
dwmhltte . New Weatmlnater.
ACCOtJNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS,
t, Bank Building., NewWestmlnster, RO.
llCl.r. Road, Halifax, England,
dwmylTte
I m t oMtViliVin     HI
ACOTIONEsWANDArPRAIWR,
Sit  ti1  e>    i    '   i'< '.   Vi)      fc
. omsihi*a*r*M>, ,.*« Waj.mln.ier
f 7ITTtXlsui.si.T6
I All eommliilou will receive prumpt
► ud eereful .Motion. But reference!
'  glv>. Wk.ii iMulNi '    '.       mhll-te
J1
I C.ST,7WU.r,,.0-ll..t.nt
;  ,. .    • As*1 tsisrwae. Af.Bta,
' Offleas >t VIOTORIA: Tort Street,    .
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
M,K.n.l..ndCIMluon8U.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street,
'Ba*l'LMNOLOTSfori.i.lnall.Mtlon.
•f Y.neouv.r ana Now Wwlmlnitor City.
... Pitt River.
HIM .id Flam exhibited .nd the full,
I Ml lif.rm.tloa furnished at all onrorlloe.,
' fe»to
'WILLIAMS:-BROS,
lafld AgeHts & Surveyors.
' HIM PliriBIatJllRTKTSHlDI
Isrge or Small Sum. of Money Advineed
oa Good NmirltfM, »at ReuoniUe
,',■;.■/   Rttesoffitereat.
r.ns. f.r Hale .. rtaaer Blver, llsve
... keaww K«w Wt.IM.aler.
'   WILLIAM* BROS, are leeonslentcom-
niuUeUtti.wlth letendln, sutler, from
England .nd eleewhere, and have .pedal
laeilltlHfor-ir.eUngi.le>
TklltobwiMire lower then any other
"^•nOEtvilom.r ofOnnvllK .nd Cor-
StrwUyMid oppMlleOJP. H. Station,
•snr, s. c. rpr.   •,    d.pliml.'
i*a«--ai
House to Rent.
F*2r-M.«^
,w.lk of
has
Spring Villi!.
W.C.LOYE,
fufatli But ui Eh Hibr,
mapsivtsg BMUy d.bm. Onu *.i.
•*rOrd.ripro«sU>att«id.dt«. i'
--._. —_ MW la'ttniof Colonial Bo-
Ul, Mil to Mod Bra.'Male., dn.ltc
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
InoludlngTooIgof.likl.diof the beitmikei; CroiW-CUt & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and .11 the ncca.ry I'tenslls for rnrmlnsi
Pulley Blocks, Suich Blocks. Rope & (halii in all .itt.; PluJL
Tar4?0«kuiiM T.rreTaiid Plil0 Paper• f.r Ba9dtngi Paints&5$»
IntUed^ttttojhttXUmtttthntf
Storiest WWrPaperhiill detlgnt; Brooms & Braskes lor all purpams;
iSrMffi %&2axt<?a' dMcrlp,iM,,•wd 4 gM,rel "Mrtm"1, vt
*r8r«l•^•^^o.iHl!i*tooraleMbyjn^K,^ .    1;;p.   ,,t ft
■   ■ Il tf. vT. TSJJkJPS-* «55 GO., - .
dwjly3to      '        ',:,...     . Coloiiwa SiESSr, New Wf*TMinaiBt.   :
-"■■r;;i --^yf^-jz-u. -,.r: ...ri.-^-j-uj—^.--^
tJLUi 'w1
!;lWO
.^■..iniJ^-oTJill'.iM) '
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOfiS S* SHOES
COLUlvliSUA    STREET,
liT*"***?-.'. flwWi^iiiit^ |
dwjeBte
A. B. WfN*EMU¥E
.;■<;   "Biifialb" "Boot and Shoe Store.
TUST ARRIVED^-A'LARGE ASSO^nWKT.OF'        .       ,.      .     '"  '
New Boofe and Shoes
Which win be sold at Prices to salt erery Persoa.
.W.INTEMUT.E'S BLOCK,    ;"?**   COLUMBIA STREET.
j, ...,.,, ..   „ .,.,.' . .   dwfn*atc   , .   .     ..,,,■ :.„   .-i
BRITISH  CSI-MWB.A
'      ';     ;       „„.i.y ....   :.' i'i/.;y.,.ii,it&iftV.:
.1   •    : '■.   ■   ' ... .i tvy. mittMsut i iMJawi-wrl*-. K)
',-.,  ....THOMAS' ALLSOP,    ,   "'!'j.'!';?i'i,wi'.1^   w OT? <;!*
HUNRY S. MASON, J        > .DIRECTORS.      '
''■':' CuvLfeR A.h6l^1-%^)     £ r.     .^ ■'".
HEAD OFFICE, • B6 New Broad St. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
.*■ .' ii ■ i'
The Butlnen of ALLSOP * MASON hit bee* merg« In th. .bov. Oooipany
•nd Will be eirrled on by the Compuy from tail dat, ai • general Land lavsrtaett
andlniuranceAgeniy. I
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rltet. Town Lot! and Fanning
Unds for flali on to? terms,. [■ f -h..    ;
Vlotorl»,B,C„MayI*Ul,l*W. aft J dWjMW
■    .1 ' i '
TtyryrTTTTtrx'
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, a 0., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, IMS.
in '-"f ui f i
NUMBER 71 -.'
S^S*:;AGRElS^
-OF-
CHOICE   LANDI
W
E ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE
the oel
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser,River^ near
Lan|*!e5*> abp-it^ni]e0^^e4|niui8tQr;
Jn'b&ck»'#:^fr?puroh'asei,s of 20 acres
anVi^pwaWsj'af pnc'es. iy^jing according
to quality and location; on very easy tei*ms
i.YrH3S0Hc]; '     .ai '..to-iili
Jt^^lJIn^hgjMd g.tiod^a^ni'oads
a^acentjto iflie premises arid' railroad station immediately across the river.
Vratr* For one month, from September 10.
Round trip tiokets l*rom Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
troeMoimM*:^.
iiWaviH,
«l
dwaulltd
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,
Civio OmoEiw,—Mayor, Robert Pit
Inson*, City clej-tc^ Capt. Uoblnsonr "
m: City C
> Maglsirnl
rlneer Fir
     •g.Jl-i mc,     A.     \J,   •Taavio.sunuiii    uuira
Engineer Fire Department, w. Corbott
Anflitant,H.Reuu\
■iCtnjmY Opficialh.—Judge o/  the 8u*
Cireme Court, Hon. J, F. McCr«lgliti Regis*
rai, W. H. Folding; Shorlff, W. J. Arm-
stn-mg. .-■   r:.i"*,':   ni
Psovinciai. Qwtctm. — Oovernment
Agent, ClioK. Wui-wlck; RcKintmr of Titles,
B. W. Armstrong:, Hum. ott&rwlmM
Asylum, Dr. ft. t.^emljy: UmarotAMS-
ibm. Jok PWI lln* $o»ernorTfa/ Central
, Win. Moresby: fltewanl Royal Co
mas. Dlgby; imral-
~    ".; OoHiner, W,
ftlr-WB,'	
lumblan Hospital, <  _.
sratlou Agent,. Jnps.BproU;
'Dominion OjfflOUM.-PC
Brown: CoHeotor iifCtabtoL..
Warden of Penitentiary, A.
Dominion Land Agent, II. B.
Crown-Timber Agent, T. 8.
Inupeclor of Fisheries, Thos,'
Rfc^BBH Jt ISTATIV*58.-J-»eilS'
Mclnnes; Bouse of Com:
Cbiabolm; l-wfinetal - ~
W. VTBoto, Qi C.   J i
■   i   .1 -     i i '
, . MAILS CLOSE AND. ARRIVE.
•'■ \J -: 'OXiOBS      ■
For Can. Pao, .Ry.—Dally (except Hnuday
and Monday), at 12,30, and on Saturday,
(for dispatch Son-lay) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offl-
ees—Monday, 12,45; Tuesday, 8,15: Wednesday, 6.30; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
e.Wr»twday,8.i5.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
, and Burrard Inle'.-JJaily (except sun-:
'■■•*■ Rt 8.16,
... __ dner's Landing and Lulu Inland--
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
For
For Clover Valley, Halt's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,:
.9.
For Elgin and Mud Bny-Sattirday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday. 12.45.     .
For Nauafmo {direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
DTJ-H
From Can, Pac, Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) at KJ&     - .     tf
From • Viotorlfl*-*eundayt ■ Tuesday and
Thursday iff; Wednesday, Friday and
- s»turd>y,-U,ao. m :    .,
tiom Vancouver, Mooilyvllle.Port Moody
and'BurraFd Inletc-Dallyi (exoipt Sunday) at 16;   '
From Ladner's landing and Lulu Island
m~
 e-Frlday,.ie.
From Klein and Mud Bay-Saturday, 11
 ie
—Sunday, Tuesday and Tl
'— "'-ver " '" "
Pre
na
 .---npi-- . 	
From Nnnalmo (direct mall)—Saturday,
From Oibv'er V«.re"y, HalPilBaHe and
Lnnaley Pralrle^-Frlday,'"
From Plumper's Puss-Sunday, Is.
IS.
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 8 toll (7 p.m.|,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday!; 9 to
18, Mondays, .Wednesdays and Fridays—
exoept when mails are being sorted:
Mokkt OnncK 4 Savikqs BAmc—Dally
—9era..to 4 p. m., and from fl to 7on
Saturday evenings,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tbli powder never varlea. A'marvel of
ipurltydtrengtliandwliolesomeness. More
voonomloal than the ortllnnry kinda, and
cannot be Mid lu competition with tb.
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In enna.
Royal Baiixo Powmtn Co., 106 Wall SU,
NewYork. ■ Mely
fritiah «Jol»mlri«tt
Frldaj Eve-JSE. aHrt. tl, ins.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The Toronto exhibition his been
opened with great eclat by the governor general. There wai lots of enthusiasm, and the attendance on the
opening day was unprecedented in
point of numbers and general inter,
est, which is being maintained
(bWHighout. Over a quarter of si
million visitors are ' expected, anil
ihe exhibition will eclipse ill its
predecessors, The Ontario provincial' exhibition at Kingston, wai
ociacd. ty 8ir John M.ldi.i]., in
|hu '*o1l-|tnown felicitoirs manner;
oi\ the same day—tbe Hth imt.
This ii also a splendid show. j
A' Canadian should never mill art
opportunity of sturdily itanding up
for his country. The British Co-
iumbian polishes off nn American
correspondent who haa been,, belittling our Pacific province, and does
so in a most refreshing style. It
says: "The idea of Britiih Columbia being 'tanked on to the domain
of Uncle Sam,'when by ita very location and.other physical characteristics it forma one of the noblest
provinces of a great, progressive and
homogeneous Dominion, and id itself nearly equal in area to 'Unole
Sam's' three Pacific coast states—'.
California, Oregon and Washington,
—combined!" These utterances have
the right ring,—Toronto Empire.
Truth says that the bucket shop
law is bearing better fruit than was
anticipated. Prom what eon' be
learned the particular form, of gambling fever at whioh it' aims hai been
well nigh if not altogether obliterated in Toronto, End in Montreal the
same result to a very .great ^extent
seems likely to be seoured I Sewuil
bucketihop keeper! there have
given notice that they mean io discontinue buSinera. Oljr readers will
remember that a few months ago,
at tbe time of the Hanrahun bucket-
shop raid in Toronto, the proprietors of auoh institution! were confident ot being able successfully to
evade the act passed at the laat sei-
lion of the Dominion parliament for
tnio iupprearion of baeket-ifiop gambling. This form of gambling drew
largely upon the resource, of persons
of limited means—those who earned
their living by honest labor mostly
---and it must be a cause of latiifaction to light-thinking people that
the "fleecers" have had to ''wilt,"
contrary to their expectations.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Pre* 'aisle... Mn While la Heaieie
ttt* IU.ler.-r.. Maraseau Flfkl
tM.UC.~ne Emperar Wlllum
■It will.
l.dU. Durlll.l. risk! rws Wire ..«
■elk an Kllled.~atavyrai.re at
Tug for Sale!
nuO BOAT 76 FEET: COMPOUND MA.-
L   clilnerj-, by Eottern makers.
 «y |Q
djaote
KS8M. BEWM3KE s WtHaFlsOHit,
.   Vadcouvet.BiD. ,..
Cheap for Cash.
.«- ■—
RKS OF LAND, S MILES FROM
.,_ _ "estmlustar.ouagoodroad;flint*
QlasB highland, 100 arr. n of It from 4 tod
feet black loiim,IliebiilnneeHhtcr.lmttom;
good house and out building*. For further
particulars enquire at TtflR OPFICK.
New West., Juno 30th, 188H.       dwjeWlc
FOTSALaf.
mUE STEAMER "SWAN," SI feet keel,
I 9 feet beam, 4 ft, 8 In. hold: nttedwlth
double engines, 6>sx8 cylinders, .[ao ateel
holler and shaft (John Doty, raaker, one
of the best manufacturers In Canada). She
la In real uood order and fully equipped,—
For further parllenlan; nnply to M. O.
TEItHUNE or W. It. AUSTIN. -    daelml
V'ANCOUVbR oity
Foundry 3 Machine Works
THE' PIlOPnrETOBS OF THESB
works have much |i]i.tt..iim> In hotify-
Ing UiOir frlonds mid tin- public llial. tbey
are nuiv propnrc.l to rci-clvn aud nroinnlly
execute nny ordors-for work In tholr Hue
with which they may bs favored.   ||]
I A. M.ttEI.VlE.
1.1.1     l.' Mcchsnlea'l Manager.
Vancouvor, H.C., Mb Mny, ISSS.
dwmy r.'lc
1710R SAI.K, A' DtJUIlr* BttOdV'AND
I? Harnra*. Tlio UiiKiiy l! new,and.-ll
iii cwrv r,-s|iei.l irotid. Ihe Harness Is In
good order. Aim,.'     .   '.'■;
OX-O-BXt MII.L,
Complete, and hflfl btim used'Oniy a few
monlha. Cost 1W, but will lio»oldfor*!n.
Also, 80 APPLE BOX ES, mid n large num-
ber of Strawberry Boxi.H,ut a bargain.
Ap^lo-MAiO^P^A^.
Bank of B.O. Block,.      . -■•■'. dwieTUe
"Courtesy pays," says the C«no-
dian Grocer,ot Toronto, and prooeeda
to relate how that the other day a
gentleman entered one of the largest atom of that oity in pursuit of
an article the price of which he
knew would scarcely exceed the'cost
of postags.on an ounce letter fh«
fact of ill insignificance, End that it
was rarely called for, made it hard
to find. Ona olerk alter .nother
wai enlisted in the search, till finally thoy wete joined by the proprietor before success crowned their effort!. Somewhat mortified at the,
amount of trouble he hid caused,
the ooitomer began to apologiee,
when he was lilenoed by the proprietor, with, "My friend, it was no
trouble; it wai 'business. We have
experienced full ai muoh pleasure in
finding that for you as you have in
receiving it. If you inriit upon
calling thia trouble, please remember
that we like to be troubled." The
merchant made. at\ investment by hii
courtesy, He aecurod the patronage
of a mm, though he did not know
it, who sometimes makes purchases
that are worth the while. Without
intending it, he oast some bread
upon Iho waters.
The Now York Times says:
Whatever the authenticity of tho
letter ascribed by La France to lien.
Von Moltke, tho opinion expressed
in it ii undoubtedly sound Tlio
aged strategist is repiwwn'erl us saying that another war.between Oer-
niuny and France would be more
doubtful than the one of 1870, bo-
cause the forces would bu much
moro nearly equal. At first tliis
may appear a strange insertion, because the arms-bearing population
nnd resources of France fire now
diminished by the loss of Alsace-
Lorraine, while in addition it ii well
known that, in spite of tlie great
emigration from Germany, her population hai relatively increased more
than that of France since 1870. But
what Gen. Von Moltke looks at ii the
{act that Franoe could now put in
(lie field for the fint shook of battle,
and indeed for a whole campaign,
'About as many organised and drilled
troops at Germany, On the contrary, in 1870, thanki to the fatal
blindness ef the Emperor Napoleon,
Frsnce wai outnumbered ia all her
grout ond decisive battles, and in
lome oases the oddi wore nearly or
quite two. to one. She has guarded
against that source of military disaster now.
UST HraiFfJ 0KSPATCH8S.
HiUTiEY mors.
' Dublin, Sspt 20.—Istt Sunday an
tinnife occurred in the sfmraissry and
transport corpi ttitionod It Portobello
Barracka, in thii city, take detail, of
which h.ve juit been made public.
Th. men, irritated at the harthneii of
'tJttfr offtoeri, rushed forth, quarter! of
Mijor. Wkitely ifter drill .ntfiearly
wricked that offioer'i.houie. They
■muhed the furniture, and burned a
portrait of tbe major in aboufite.
The rioteri thin marofied ina body to
the guard house and gave theniselvel
up. They were put underarr.it and
the leaden will be tried bjr oourt-
martial.       '..j;'1
■ A second riot has occurred in Dublin Barracki. A number of men belonging to the Blick Witch regiment
quarreled over politics with some Dri-
goohs. A fight ensued in which 30
men were injured. The troop, were
celled out and the tighten ditpened it
the point of. the bayonet The Black
Watch regiment hai- been ordered to
Belfatt. ,
' CHUtBEBLAUl AT MUBFOBD.
London, Sept 20.—In hit address
to the radical unionjiti it Bradford
yesterday, Mr. Chamberlain, uid he
potitively approved of thi coune of
the government ind he waa partly ra-
sponsible for it. He would support
that policy while Mr. Gladitone'i policy
wai the onlyiltermtive. Thealliance
between th. conservatives and the dii-
lident liberals was firm and a thorough
entente prevailed. He warned the
contervativet asainst. policy of ro-
iction. He believed that the alliance
would result io the formation of a national party; During hh political
oareer Mr. Chamberlain wit never
more bitter nor eipremd himself more
freely than in hii recent utterance! at
Bradford before the radical union eon;
ference. It it evident he haa abandoned the prospect of rejoining the former
inoeiitei arid il inclined to let no fait,
conctptioni {6f hii intontiom itand in
the way of an alliauoo with the toriw.
HU jeen at the hope, of the liberal!
of a split between the toriet md
unioniiti tavored almoat of I ooaneneu
ud hi apared no won1! to, mak. than
plain. Hii uuntnoe. of hiiidherenc.
to the government ind hii approval of
their course in everything, including
the Iriih - evictions, were delivered
•lowly and emphatically. Nevertheless, there is a feeling that Mr. Chamberlain protests oyer muoh. His
coune, - however, | will undeniably
ttreogthen the government i broad md
Will free Lord Salisbury1! hmdi.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
I HILUONAIEE rilL*.      -
Halifax, Sept 21.—E. A. Hatfield,
of Yarmouth, regarded for yein it
worth-ten, millions, hai failed. H.
wu formerly heavily intereited in
■hipping in.the West India trade.
FAILDEE.
. Moeieeal, Sept. 21.—Smith Hiatal
& Co.. cigar manufacturerai hav. mide
an mrgnraent at the demand of tho
Union bank, Liabilities, about $95,-
000. ...,..-
no EnnEHiu. -
Gainesviiie, Fla., Sept. 21 There
have been only six caiei of yellow
finr and- one death up to date, ind
from preient appearance, there will be
no epidemic,
. ronoBi-foe a win.
Foet Smith, Ark.; Sept. 21.—Two
Indiant quarreled yeetenliy. in the
Cherokee nirion over the polscfslon of
a mulatto girl. After a short fight
both fell mortally wounded. Tha girl
who had stood hy witching approached
ono of the Indiana ind itooned over'
him, which to angered the other that
he manaued to raiie hia pistol and tire
•t hor, the bill striking her in the
broaif.   Sho died an hour aftorwardi.
THE CHINESE BILL.
Wasbinhton, Sopt 21.— Bepreieu-
retire Kilgore, aefing chairman pf the
houn committee on enrolled billi,
called upon the pretldent tliis morning
and delivered to hiin the Chinese exclusion bit). , HI
NO FI0HTIKI1 XlrOBTBIl.
. Pabis, Sept. 21 —Admiral Kranti,
rainiatet* of nmrine.received a telegram
from Tahiti yeiterday, but no mention
ii mide of my fighting in the Mar-
quern group. In official circlei, there-
f.iro. no credit it given to the report
received from San Fronoiico that two
hundred French marine, and a thousand natives were killed.
'fhisco note*.
San Francisco, Sept 12.—The
trial uf Mn. Bartfiii Stanley, the confidence queen, wu again' continued
this morning until Oct. 3rd.
Mil. A. Reed of tliis oity, formerly
a resilient of Florida, to-day offered
her,en ices u nurse to the yellow
fevor tufferer. it Jacksonville,  i
FATAL SALOON FIOHT.
Cheyenne, Wyo„ Sept 21,-Two
men en route lo Wuhington Territory,
overlind, itopped at Rook Spring!
yeiterdiy afternoon to purohise tup-
pile*. They became intoxicated and
engaged in a saloon brawl With lorn,
coil mlnen. One of the itrangen
drew a revolver and emptied it into
the crowd. Dick Davit wu instantly
killed and Phil Shaffer md Dm Harriion wounded, After the I shooting the
itrangen jumped into their wagon and
drove rapidly out of town. Two of-
fioen, who followed on foot, were fired
upon by the emigrant*. In the ax*
chsnge of shots oni itnn'gir waa
wounded ind both hone, killed.' TM
minen tried to take the priwnm from
tho officers when they were en route to
jail. Then ii .very probability that
the men will be lynched. ,..,(
nianlbv'seiscobebea.. :
Bkussels, Sept 21.—Advioel frtra
Stauley Fall, tale that Prof, J.miion.
who wu engaged in orgininng th. et-
pedition for the relief of Henry M.
Stanley, died of an African feyer at
Itsugaiai, on th. Congo, August 17th.
The organisation of .nother relief it-
rsdition i, now regarded u hopelHi;'
' THE INJDNOTION MWAINS. **"*
St. John, N.B., Sept. 21.-Jo*j.
Tuck has refusd to dUtolv. the' &■
iungtUm obtabMt by the vWufcrn
Union Co., on Aug. lit, rufrsiainf
the Oanadim Pacific Railroad T.I.-
graph Co. from building;, a, teligrapb
lin. on the right of wiy of th. Now
Brumwick r«flw.y, between Vaneekot.
andSt John. I I' "! '* !"")
';' PAriaiiA' news. * :'■'l ;'•"
San Fbanoisco, Sept 21.—Th. itr.
Aapulco, from Panama thii morning,
bringt the following advioel:       -':'-'
The Guatemalan   government ii
Uking iters to induce ed^nvaoa of -
foreinner. to Guatemala.   .
Salvador hu exchanged a treaty of
friendihip, commerce and nivigitien
with Germany. ■■.   ■■ _ , \
Twenty-two Guatemalans, while
•nrveying the boundary line between
two departments recently, wen,: frnd
upon by a party of Indian! in
ambush and killed;;. . IstltbloJ
passenoeb list.     nsfTsin
San Feanoisco, Sept. 2L—Pumo-
Sri per itr. Umutilla for Viotoria:  J
oDonald   Cameron,   Marguii.
Qoeeniberry, E Goujon, J Jea
E Gilmore, H B Reed, F C '(J.
D Sproule, .Mn J B Williimt,i
S Field, W D Deihle, Mm, B Kerr. '
WHEAT EUEKET. ,      ".''     ■'
OhiOaoo, Sept. 21.—971 lor' fietk |
SJOct.iSl-Dec. '"'."'•'••;
LrvntrooL, Sept. 21 -Demand
pbbri Oiliforniii Is. 6d, "S.™*?
' New Tobe, Sept. 21.-98f fWbuh;
8'Oct.iO-Nov.,-100iDe*.,-6J«!r/.
JOHN'L. EaTTEE. ' '     ,'ff.
Boston, Sept 21,-Johnt. Stulivm
puseda comfortable night anil thii
forenoon waa reported HrongiT. 'HM
ttomtoh it able to retain msawitp.fid
nuttataent.   HU condition ugessnlly
• , BE HOSEE.A EAIUOAPllif i m ;,•;
-Bibhaeck, Dakota. Sept fU.—The
Maro,uia de Moras hu turned hi.. at- •
tention from cattle to nilroadi and -
hu in contemplation m extensive plan
of railroad building in China;' Over
twenty citisem in this vicinity think
lorioosly of joining his enterpriss .nd
going to China..     .
WAEBEN, THE ACTOB, DEAD.      -■■■
BoNTON.Sept 21.—Willbm Warren,
the actor, died tha morning.
vmaiijt'H'AiU1"taii. ''.:';*;
Berlin, Sept. 21.—The Emperor1
William hu confirmed the election of
Professor Harnack to Ihe chair of
church history in the Berlin univenity
detpito toe protests of the tenior-evan-
gelicil council which ditipprovid of
hii religious visws. Thu U regarded u a heavy blow to the ihurch
pirty.   '' ■■■■■■■■   ■■■■!■■   .
BANK EOBBEB OAnOBEn,    .    JO
New Yobk, Sept. 21,-O'Oonaor,
who robbed the Fifth Nitlonal bank el
•3,000 md the Commercial National
bank of 18,700 yeiterday, and wu captured, wu arraigned in the Toombs,
court to-day md pleaded hot guilty.
He wu committed for trill without
bail. The fact hai been developed
thit he ii the ume nun who ataapid i
from court two monthi ago, wksa up
for nme other offense. Hi icknowl.
edgei the fact. He hai lerted thn*
terms in prison for uetk thieving.   „ .
Police Coui
Before P. IfeTlerauandW.P.I'.rrUiJ.PI.
Billy, . Chinaman, charged with
lupplyiag an intoxicant to Indiana,
pleaded not guilty. The.Indian *on-
itiblewho irreited Billy was onibt.
to capture the Siwaihwho got the
liquor and he cannot ta found. The
cue wu remanded till to-morrow;
Billy, charged with bung i loow, .
idle fellow with  no visible usaaa of
tupport, wu wnteneed to 8 monthi ut '
gaol with hard labor. ' ,   ,',
Ah Sam, .Chinaman charged with
having mpplied opium to an Indian I
named Jack wu further reniwded «a-
tH Monday. noil
Tong, charged with ilwling Mldw
from Ewen'e cannery wu further w   .
minded till Tueidiy. . ,     •
. •-.*>•—-——i.        ,    rtr
■ let tmrntetttt •awnllsu.     , ?   .
Application for incorporition il midi
by the Rots-McLaren Lumber tjorn- ."
pony, With a capital of half' a1. niilh'on
dollan, for the purpoie of minufactur-   *
ing, ihipping and dealing in luraber..,
The applicant, .ro Hon: Jamei Ron, '
Quebec:    Jamei   McLaren,   Buck.
inglum;   Isonard Gremham Llttl., .
Montreal j  William Henry .Higfi.s,
New    Wertminitar,    md    Ohtile.
Divid  Band,; of   VmqouMr.    \%t
latter   gentleman.    Mo hu, been
Upropowd toibip to tho Arstnliu,
Japanese md South Ameriaan mark-
eta. In convorution with the JEnfiini ,
comipondent Mr. Rand itated that
the threatened American retiliitlou"',
would In no w.y Interfere with thitt ':
propoud obirationi, II' iEt,!other!''*
markete which mi now availebk wart '
much more advannamui and utitfis. ■
tati.tfklpfgtfo a«f»5r,.Ylno j.j ghj j   ,vw'
BBornt
Chlldnn,Cr|for JPittM^rh
wf*' wM I*0** "* h"''"':
,t. 01 I0fl8l»ll-
polimi fails British (Eolumbian
trtuty ivuiw. ««pi. •■• •***•
Hertii «. rathef"facetious and
ingeniougMway in which the'Troy'
Times slaeavors W hammer it somewhat homely truth into its readers,
for their own good, of course: " The
man who does not believe in odver-
tiiing ii doltnt luit what he pretends
tofafittil ;HViangs coats outside
his door,. M put* airy-gooaii iu his
windows—thst's advertising.. He
libels Ml good* OT manufactures—
that'a advertising.. If he hai lost a
sow he puts a written notice in the
postoffioeor tella'his lister-in-law—
and that'a advertiiing too. He hus
hit name put in gilt letters over his
door-Mind that is also advertising.
He paints his shop green, Or red, or,
if a doctor, he has his boy call him
out of church in haste; if an auctioneer, he bellows to attract the attention of passers-by; if a heavy
merchant, he keeps a huge pile of
boxes on his sidewalk, in front of
his store, and all for advertising. A
man can't do business without advertising, I, and the question is
whether to call to his aid the engine
that moves the world—the printing
press—with its thousands of messengers working night and day; or,
rejecting these, to go back to tbe
time when newspapers,' telegraphs
and railways, were unknown. But
advertising costs money I So does
everything else that is worth having." ■
Since the woollen mill was established in this city,' sheep-raising is
gradually gaining ground among the
farmers of the lower Fraser. The
price of wool, as will be seen in the
market report in this paper, is from
6 to 10 cents per lb., and we are
told that the woollen mill here furnishes a market for all the wool
that the farmen have for sale. Here-
tofor* tttoit of the wool produced in
the province has'been raised up
country, east of the mountains; but,
with two sources of sure profit, it is
not a matter for wonder that the
farmen of this district should regard with favor the railing of sheep
as a branch of their farming operations, nor that it. should steadily
gain.' ground. Many parts of the1
diitrict are well adapted, for sheep
railing, thit are not so suitable for
other things,. These, could be utilised for sheep runs almost exclusively; but there is probably not a former who could not .profitably add
•hwp raising, on some1 scale or other,
to his usual branches of farming.
Mr. Henderson; of Chilliwhack, informs us that in the Chilliwhack
valley then is a large tract of ooun-
' try, principally foothills, that is
ipeoially adapted for ebeep runs,
and when it is opened up, whioh
will be soon, sheep raising; will be
entered into extensively. British
Oolumbia is constantly demonstrating that ita outloek ai an " agricultural country " is not nearly so forlorn u some wiseaorea and interested
villifien would have ■ the - world believe.    .
TheVaneoOver-eilyeouncil, at
their regular meeting on Monday
evening lut, patted'a by-law providing for the establishment of a
market, and the purchase of a site
upon which to place the necessary
buildings for .that purpoie; and the
elector, trill voteupon the by-lawon
October 19tb. >'• The' ty'law j^rtes
for the issue of debentures to the extent of $15,000, payable in 40 yeurs
with S per cent per annum interest.
Soituems that the "empire city"
is actually going to have a i publio
market before   the "royii!   city,"
whioh had mooted- this important
question  long, before  the  former
town was born.   This will never do,
however." We must look alive, and
tee to it that all bur natural advantage, are not suffered to go -by the
board by reason of our failure to
supplement them with ordinary and
neceuary conveniences.   Westminster ii the natural centre for the un
rivalled farming districts of Ihe en
tire lower Fraser valley.   Accessible
by water to most of these; by rail
and' wagon roada—existing and prospective— all that is required to enable tu to secure and hold the bulk.
of tha valuable trade involved is a
proper,market in a convenient place
in tht city, and a general disposition—inch ai it ia to he feared we
hate not alwayi shown in the: past
—to cultivate the good-will of. the
farmen by all  reasonable  means.
We have mentioned the Fraser river
Incidentally as one of our means of
communication with   the farming
districts.   But it is thia same noble
channel which places ui " head and
ahoulden" above any possible-rival
In competing for the local trade of
thia diitrict  (provided,  oi course,
that we do not depend altogether
upon our natural advantages and ig-
sors-trw oom«olaa**tii*-{Ui*ementi of
wufsMroe).   Jnit yeiterday, in con
T-natton with a live and go ahead
farmer from the thriving agrioul
tur.1 Mttlement of Port Hammond
(which by tibe way.m a-O. P.R.
atetiost and nearer Vahoou vet by
i»ila^.W****»lti»te*.T* water, in
point 'rfk^lj-we/.vf^re "informed
that the farmer*  much preferred
bringing tieir produca to thu city I*/
w.ter io ihipping it by nil to Van-
•xranw.- Tha former pktn was the
eheapst-Msd mn oonv.nlen* every
way.   Thii ii only- whit' wonld be
•xpeotod   vben   the   weU-Jmown
si-.9j*iwi " ■'       -
superiority of a water route over a
rail route, for commorco, both local
and foreign, is considered. The remarks about the trade of. Port Ham-.
mOml ind vicinity hpply ito all tht
splendid settlements on both sides ol
tie river to the bead of steamboat
navigation.'1 We have, it il trusjh
allowed the trade of the delta district! to ta alienated iu part, a great
deal of it going to Victoria, and now
Vancouver is preparing to secure her
share. Although we must necessarily divide up this, portion of the,,
trade of the district with Vancouver
at least, we should take step* to retain our own full share. With the
completion of the Southern Railway,
and mora particularly, perhaps, the
running of the traffic ferry in connection therewith, and the ultimate
completion of the railway and traffic
bridge across the river at this, city, a
great impetus will be given to our
trado with the fine settlements lying
to the south and between this city
and the boundary line: To secure
our full share of the North Arm
trade we must seek and obtain better road communication between
that settlement and this city, and
otherwise encourage the trade of
that prosperous community to gravitate towards this centre. It will
readily ta seen by the foregoing
that, notwithstanding our somewhat
slothful past, we still have, to a
great extent, by reason of the
natural advantages of our position,
our destiny, in the matter of being
the trade centre for Westminster
district, pretty much in our own
hands. But we have no time to
lose. Artificial channels are being
hewed out by energetic and far-
seeing rivals, and into,these our
trade will disappear if we stand
lazily by and make no effort to retain and nourish our own, A | public market we must have, and that
soon. It will not cost Westminster
anything like $15,000 to establish a
market; we havo a site, and do not
need to purchase land for the purpose, like Vancouver. All that is
required is to erect the necessary
buildings. The market, once erected, will be partially self-sustaining
in a direct sense, and, taking into
account its indirect and general
benefits, will pay for itself many
times Over within a year or two. If
the present council, now that their
term of office is drawing within a
few months of its close, cannot see
their way clear to take any action
in this important matter, our citizens must have it in contemplation
and insist upon the new council
making provision, for a good city
market early in the coming year. In
the meantime we hope the present
council may not go to sleep upon
other important questions.
Hard and soft corns cannot withstand
Holloway'i Corn Core; it ll effectual
every time;-get a bottle at once and be
happy.
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry raid tufo hard, *Wll oil Is applied,
after which \i moves easily. When the
joints, orhinges, of tlie body are stiffened
and inflated hy Rhou*»tism, they cannot he moved without .causing the most
excruciating pains.., Ayer's SanwpariUa,
by ita action on tho blood, relieves this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla haa effected, in our
oity, man-fflTOM KmMRMpiW.ln
canes which bamed the efforts ol the
mo^eiperifliwad ■ph-filnlanai WWeat. tt
necessary, I could give the names of
many individuals; who have been cored
by taking this medicine. In my case it
has worked wonders, relieving me of
Rheumatism,
alter being troubled with it for years. In
this, and all other diseases arising from
impure blood, there is no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords sueh
relief as Ayer's Sarsaparilla.—B. H.
Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Ayer's SaranpariUa cured mo of Gont
and IEheimiutism, when nothing else
would. It has eradicated every,trace of
disease from my system,—B. lit. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I waa, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic ItlioumatUm. The disease
afflicted me grievously, In spite of all tha
remedies I could find, until I commenced
using Ayor's Sarsaparilla. I took several tiiittlca of tills preparation, and waa
speedily restored to health.—J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prepared hy lar. J. O. Ayer k Co., Low.ll. sua.
ft>laby>llDriunltts,  f'rice|l;,liboUMtt.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
TENDERS
"\ X TILL BE RECEIVED AT TBE OF-
VY Heft of the undersigned, next the
Bank of British Columbia, until MONDAY, lilt last., at 11 p. m„ for tbe erection of a   - • f.c-     -  ■   g'"
:fe:bxoi3t   shbs
On the Wharf on Block Two.  The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
. dselltd HENRY V. EDMONDS,
GrEOBGE   BYRNES
AUCTIONEER.      '
ATJGTION
PROVINCIAL
Government Lands
NORTH ARM OF FRASER RIVER, MO ADJACENT
LANDS, NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
TUESDAY, JJ3rd OCTOBER
AT II O'CLOCK, A. M.'
I have been instructed by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works to sell
by Auction
AT VANOOUVER, B.O.
Several parcels of fine agricultural lands,
Bituate on or near the North Arm of Fraser River, being aub-divlsidns of Lots 325,
320, 329, 330; 331, 332 to 330, ,140,150,
150,175,100, 155.. The subdivisions of
these Lots contain irom 27 to 172 acres
each; the location of these lots is shown
on tbe present maps of the District,
The farms In the Immediate vicinity of
these Lots nre considered the finest' .agricultural properties In British Columbia.
Borne of the Iota front nn the North Arm,
and others are In tbe immediate vicinity
of the same.
Steamer* run dully from N«W Westminster and Vancouver, past these valuable
properties. .
also;;
'   Lou <t8 to «©, aad Lois IN lo 760.
All situate between tho North Arm of Fraser Rlverand VSncouverClty, The North
Arm Koad from Vancouver runs through
these Lots, and there nre other roads laid
dutthatwlll give access to eaoh of them.
This property commences; about 2% miles
south of Vancouver Oily aud Is bounded
on the west by tho C. P. Railway Land
Grant, and Is surveyed Into lots contain-
lot from 8 to 66 acres each, maps of which
Will shortly be rend; for distribution.
I AlUhe lands to be sold arewell adapted
lor agricultural, dairy or orchard purposes,
and on account of their close proximity to
the markets of Vancouver and New west*
minster cities, will be desirable properties
for families seeking a home or for invest*
ment. ,
The C. P. Rrtllwa*/ are now constructing
aflni*wigon-madTrrnm Vahoouvirto the
North Arm " " "'—'—-■»••"•
Island, The
of Krnscr Klver and ■ Lulu
iiey are also surveying a line of
jMu-«t i. ---nrfles with a
- through 11
eonnocttng
^.W^aiwm. fcWteWtate.
system Of railways at Ssoltle.
These lands may fairly be considered a.
the mostviloable ever <i<"ei>ed for sale by
auction In British Columbia,
aSORQE BYRNES,
AUCTIONEER,
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Tirminui,
ifessrs. w.j.walker a comp'y
yi  have lots for salo in the city from
50 upwards,
Also, Immediately adjoining tbe City
limits from $25 upwards; and a few re*
mnlnlng lots at Sapporton at $100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Land In Surrey Municipality, near the International boundary,
und along the llneof railway; and Acre
Lots at Brownsville In flm*class situations
at profitable rates.
Intending Investors are Invited to call
Immediately, before prices arc advanced.
The advertisers offer their services as
agenta for the PURCHASERS of property,
nnd aa such will j-lve tbe fullest Information and advice to their bent ability, to
strangers and otherk, respecting any proposed investment in land, whether in
their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, city, dw7auto
TIMETABLE        1TOTIOEL
Str. "Gladys,'!     p«frEs,
TTNTIL  FURTHER KOJTWB.JWILL jl "" W *■'
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URDAY8,aWii.m., returnlntoiitbefol'
lowlngdaya. For all furtbet (nfomatlon
&DDly on board, or to    '<     -
app.y uu ■«""-*w a TOWNSEND,
On tbe Wharf.
dmyHto
m .    „„ Und, 5 _ „. __.,
„oody, » miles from Westminster; com*
munleutloo by water, rail <*r wagon-road.
Can be purchased with or without stock.
Terms eusy.-Applyto .„.„
At McLE AN,
or to SHANNON	
dwuulrjio Vancouver.
PUt Meadows:
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•pucb-cti-x:
OF
OOMaP-AJSTTT
LONDON, ENGLAND.
One ol the Oldest and Best
Cornpanies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED  AT  THE LOW.
est rates, and no combination with
any other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
- Aoiirr.
ROYAI.CITY PLANING MILLS OO.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL
dwaelSml
ILImitedJ.
CO. ILd.J
W.EFALES/
PRAGTICAtUNDERTAKER.
Embalming a SpeclaUy.
Dealer In Wooden and Metalie Bnr*
'  ial Caskets. Fun«rr.li conducted.
AfuU line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hiM. Parties at a distance supplfed at
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dwocitc  .        Columiia Sr. New Wut.
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the same proximate principles, and fer*
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For sale by
"   M. BESBBMAYJ
TO SsAW Jl^L WEN.;
TheWm.HamiltOflMfg Co. Ld,
Peterborough, Ont.
Manufnclurere of
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CAM0, ClRCUUI AKD NlAYY BAH SAW MlU-,
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We are how' bnildlns; nweolal llneof
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uiltW win. I'roalilent.
DR. CHILD'S
An Infellible Remedy!
*'I had Piles very bad. Treatment by
various doctors and at Medlcallnstitule
did me no good. Dr. Child's Pile ointment cured me," J.Kivx,
- "I had Pile's fifteen' years. A 12 pot of
Dr; Child's Pile Ointment has about cured
ma." ,     J. Koi.Litv,
(Mr. R. now reports that ho Is1 completely cured). ,,       i
"I had Piles over .ten years. Suffered
terribly. Nothing did me any material
good until I tried Dr. Child's Pile ointment, which gave Immediate relief, and
I now consider myself cured.-'
Thos. Eckbrsi.ry,
'.   Loco. Engineer,
'•I had PIleB about thirty years. Was
often laid up wHh them.. Was  under
treatment threo months In hospital at St.
Paul, but nothing did me much good till
1 got Dt. Chlld?s Pi ltf .Ointment, Wliloh re
lieved me 'Ipstantly. Ono pot cured me
apd two othor men."
~: Painter.
SENT PREPARED ON RECEIPT OF
TWO   DOLLARS
CLARKE   &  CO.,
WH0UWUAMTAILMW0CIITI,
Kamloops. British Columbia.
dwiettml
djesto
MAJOR & PEARSONi
Keal Estato Brukert*an4
Flm.nclal Agents.
AOENT3 FOR
Conft-duat'ou Life Association of
'l'orouto.
lloyal and Lnnuashlra Fire In.nr-
itnce Cimpaules.
n*.Vnluablo Lots for sale in the Oity
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver,
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
is.
Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
poslofllce, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver, dwapletc
THK LAKOEBT AND BEST ASSORT.
ED STOCK OF
EngMv French, Scrtch,
1   and Irish
Ever Shown In New Weatmlnater,
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nml nocKkinH and Fnney
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON
CetMBBrbtia St.,.pp. «*K*nill i\.,
NEW WESTMINSTKB, B, O.   .
daplSte :
Power of Attorney.
DURING MY
Province, ft
master, holds my _
Is authorised to repi
of my real estate in
dselOml        WIL1
A BAR
R SALE-lf
situated on a
,„rrom Brqwnsvl
kbottom-.balar.i
fprovementB, sui
House for Sale I
HS.-EMMA  GOLD OFFERS HER
a  be..lir.l nsMe.ee, situated on
noyal Avenue, opposite Oapt. Irvlni'a-
the "No. Hill" of Westmlnster-on rea-
WUT aAMMONO
NUaflRY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GAKDEN STOCK on hand In treat
variety.
Everything flrst-class and furnished In
"tha—
goodaliape.
n.Send 15 eta. lor valuable 80-page Be-
seriptlve Catalogue, with I beautiful eol-
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O. W. HKNRY,
dwdelCte Port Hammond, B, C.
HAVING OPENED ON
Front Street, 0pp. C. P.N. Whirl,
•WISHES TO INFORM THE PEOPLE
vv or Weatml.st«r that they.ru prepared to sell
Choice Family Groceries and
Clothirw,
At LOWEST PRICES. Call and Inspect
our Slock before purchasing elsewhere,
aud you will lav. money by ft.
dll7ml N. C. MoKCKN A SON.
avoBS."-""
Al I SS   PEEBLES
INTEN OS TO OPEN ON THE *rit SEPTEMBER, In the new
QUEEN'S HOTEL BUIlDINfl,
recently erected by Mr. Duncan, a General Stationery and Fancy Goods Store.
Being thoroughly. experienced In the
trade, and having mode arrangements to
get regular supplies direct from the English and foreign markets, she hopes to receive the support of tho cltlcens of New
Westminster and surrounding dl*trlcis.
A lorce variety of (Uf RI8TM AS OA [IDS
and CHOICR FANCY GOODS and FINK
ART PUBLICATIONS are now on the
way and will bo received lu time for the
Christmas trade.
Tbe Goods will be marked at the lowest
prices FOR CASH ONLY. dwselml
GuflsMGuns!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
Fialiiiiir, Tackle.
ALL KINDS OF SPORTING GOODS.
BEAR, BEAVER AMD AU OTHER TRAM.
Speciiclei ad 3«iritt{j Uiciiw H»*dlM
A SPECIALTY.
A fine lin. of Cutlery. HpH, Bar Goodi,
Fancy Good,, fee,
.VTlie lnigeat assortment of Single
and Double,.Breech and Mueila-loidTng
SHOT-GUNS in the province, from tb up
to lion.  W.W. Greener Gun..
8. H. WEBB,
AOOTIOHKIR A APPKAISBR.
New Westminster, B. O.       dwaalOmi
MA. McRAE
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE
tU WONSC
Laid SuivfMi.
JLCOSBLE,
;. iitnv NM.
Dtegg-Making!
Misses MCDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STKEBT,
New Westminster, B. C.
•SHtlsfaetlon guaranteed,      daplSIc
ACR1
mnk
I PortlL
Igbtlytti
in preml
In oler
irther pamouler.
offlce.
T.N.NMMIIA CO., Vlcto.li.
dwodyl
1
li*.,
DREW
(Latroi* EmolajiW -,-
Cornet of Church and Columbia Streets.
'r        NKW WK8TMINSTER.
Mrsatlsfactlon guaranteed;    dwfeTte (
NO.TJGE.
DARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
.\,eS?swi^z*i^:^!5Wv.
ol paf»nt tb.rwf olisaied u>t>M«ky,
llrnf to th.unjkr-
llfreeH^rg^by&nj
signed. ^ ■
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Over-TjatlnK,TrouscrlngMd
Fancy Vesting.
We keep, large .ndselectatoekof
- ii-*?|n.-L'»et li found I — *-'"'-
Tailoring bubllthmnt,
everything
■ found In tty ttthelntt
Or*>Otm OOLONIAL HOTIL
Colvhsu tt,, .. Niw Wnrrnnmn.
dwmUH.
VN^Tinuctyii
LAND SURVEYORS,
AND C0NVEYANCKK8.  ,
AQiNis iron
FIRS.—The Western of Toronto.The *St-
na, The City of London, and The Hart.
ford,
urE.—The New York Life Inaurance Co.
ACOIDHNT-TheTravtillcn'ofpKtford
' Land Bnrv.ylnff; In all its branehetae-
curately and promptly earrted ont.   i
Oily .ud Snburb.ii Land, (tor 1.1*.
yeoanal ._...._. -. j..._w..
localities,
Weoanshowacompl.tellst of de.lr.bl.
'lealtlles.
P.rmlnf Landa, Improved and unlm-
provej, throughout the dlalrlot
Mining and .thu t'Mk booght aoat
SOld, .- ■:'•''
Money 1. lln an Ural mortgoge it
low ratea.  ^.
,  T.LirUOMOAi.avNoiSl
P.O.DlAWI.W.j
WOODS, TtiRNKB X «AMBLK,
Ornei,bjjM-,'1 Jupc, J" ;C,uniH
NEW WESTMINSTER
. dmhltlo
for sale:
House tt Lot
CORKaBR' 8t'.»CKW00D AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of the Finest Locations in the City,
OF THRBiE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES.
House, Barn; 40 acres fenced, and under
cultivation.
\orth British and
iVercnntile
j? I "R !B
^ANDTWEN-        inOUftAllUL
OF TWO HUNDRED
ACRES.
.ND FORTY
100 acres good Prairie; Balance easily
'    Good Bam aud other lin
provimetlt.. }   ■''    \
Put down; Balance on time.
Also—a number of Wagons, Bug*
«es, Sleighs, Harness, Cattle,
onea,«ie.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
HENDERSON IRQS.,
dJeUte 0HTLLIWHAOIC,
Lot ierg, Harris
cSC  OO.
Real
INSURANCE
so
Purchase, Sell and Linise .Pra
party, *
Collect Rents,
Make Uans oo Mortgages,
And trannot ill Builneu relating to
RealBitate.1     'H  I.I     MM,
— AGENTS FOB—
londoa litariicc Corporatloi.
CoB"*rii-r*flw lHtnutet)o.tr
slm
onriCEsi
Columbia St., New Wett'r.
vQoitti^lX.Vlctttlk
imttUyi
iSSX
this leading Cana-
nisst favorable rates.
a;^ r  ."HB1RY if. EtlMOfTDSi
dJeSSIo .   Aoemt.
"ISrQTIOB..,,.,,
I HAVE THIS DAY l-OLD MY.RIQWT,
title and Interest In the New WaTt-
mlnster Hreweiy to Messrs. Jameson A
Wright. The debts due for goods delivered up to the 81stof August last hre dun to
me, I hope all my old friends will give
the now firm a fair trial, for they are de*
serving of confidence and will gfve satis*
faction.
•     SaWertonl
Westminster, SepU lsl.1888.        dselml
C1TI ZENS
for Every Milb of tlie N. W. S. ,
I have 2 WIRE MAIHlESSESi>wlil,li
will be sold cheap tor      ■ ' .
Brick MaBnfacturers,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS; PartUney.
OFFICES: c.ra.r UnHiul Miry:
•I.., Sew We.lBl.Uer.    dwmhlote
-tSTOWICB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
• "*- *'*--■ afterdate we lnt»nalmikl.i
totheChlefCommlHhiBcrof
ITICl -
.Wdlyi)
itlo.'l.n
.-JFiii f.llOWI.g' daiortb,uVl..dlIn
Coast Dlstrlot, ProvFnce of British Colum
ellas.
bia:
No.
Commencing at the N. E. earner
"Te   	
Ol
>n
•n
aionF tts"eastefn"boundar;
eomrdineement — oontalnlng
of Lot 84, Range 1 (VaTdoi Island); thence
ea.t lam 111)) chain., aouUi to .bore line ef
Hoskyn Inlet, thenee northwesterly along
shore- line of Hoskyn Inlet .nd Village
bayto th. H. E. -corntr .of Lit 34, thence
i*P- *"-.
.lot of
.ut   »
No;',.—The email Island lying at the
bead of VHUgc bay, Valdultla.a.a '
tatntar.oooton.Ulaer..
New We.t„ B. C, Sept. 10, lttt.
,. , ROYAL OU* PLANINO MILLS CO.
: ••    ■ (Limltid)  ,
•Bytlrtlrsient,  • . ;- • a.  f
daelliifj CiiAM.*. R. woods.
OOMPANY.
SSTArBUSHtP 1808.
Atttouicd culm, '. aMm
Sikicrlked    "       •   j,soo,ooo
Plld IP, *      615,000
fire fail * Beiervei, u
at Slit Deo., 1887,       -      1,188,111
Hereiu Un Branch,    l,iJ9,344
,"*y Rate* as Low as any other
reliableComjxinydoirn business in British Columbia.
J. Q. MODES,
Agent for New Wettmlntter City ind
■BStei-tfv.    '. •    dieiStc -.%
HENRY VTDMONDS
"'fiiYpAfVf PUBLIC,:
CONVEYANCER,rREALE8TJITE
^ —aUID-
OOUIMBIAlSTfOts-riU
inr. westminmuStti. b. #f
Opp, Poatoffle. and nextdMrto I
,;.     "Bnt nf %tl.k>Ostonta*.ri
PROPERTYfOIPSAtl
. I» ALU-um», or JIIR +P
City and Olntrlot of Men/
[]   We*MMIn*rt«ry:J
*tMt\,-
CITY •' VANCOUVER
Tiecanm
AO««T"<"«
Tl«*Srtl--rM%Si-*t
icAM-iliniitar.
ruaaa tttettmi *# BMt BsliU al
MUM sssVsBt
tmmtwtt. ^     -a
oteuyl
3E9. ..atrr iT.i. i7rXBTuii*f"-i!i*p
COLUMBIA STREET.    ■  ' :
daufito
Nc
1TOTIOH
OTICB IS  HEREBY GIVEN  THAT
SERF
after
sixty days after date we Itiiend making application to the Chief Com mls-loner
of Lands and Works 'tor permfsslnh to
purchase the following desorlbed lands
situate on Valdes Island^ Coast District,
British Oolumbla:
Commencing ata point on the east boan-
darr of Lot 17, Coast 'District, 20 chains
south of the northeasterly corner of
said lot, thenoe east 40 chnlns, south to
the shore llneof Village Bay, northeasterly along said shore line to the trout h'eaat
corner of Lot M, Coast. District, wtrtbto
the shore line of Main I^ake, along west
shore llneof said lake northwesterly to
the first point where our timber lease "L"
crosses said lake, thence along our timber
lease lines In a generally west direction
to a point 40 chalus due north of the northeast corner of Lot 17, Coast District, thence
due south 40 chains to the northeRStcor-
441 chains, east 40 chains, and south SO
ohalns to point of. commencement.
Rotal Crrr Plahinq Millh Co. (IA.)
By their agent, C, K. Woona. ■
New Westminster, B. C,
Aigustflth.lfcs.'
au7d3m
Annual Gathering!
XttJk.XXtX.Jk xtx*
lionian A St. Mmli
SbCEBlT-r'' ' '"'';
WILL TAKE  PLACE AT TH.
NEW! W&TMINSTii,' ■
Thursday, Octoioer 4tk, 1886
The prise list for the Qnmes and Sports
is very large.
There will bo a GRAND BALL In tha
evening. ''  -    '
Look out for Posters,       •.•ir,n-n!i: it
dwauSOid
THE ANNUAL
i '"'—orfnt^'"";';'"■ ''"   *
BRITISH COLUMBlAr -
Am-lculturai" Malll
Hill, Victoria, B.€.,
.     "" — OB—-,    ,.  ,.,  .,   *.   ..'"
Thursday, ^ipM Saturday
. - •eMker *». UsMttftk.
: Thundnvwlll be devoted 40 judging of
•rtlele. .nd animals on exhibition. 7
The door, will be open at • o'clock a,nr.,
onFridr--J——5—
:T?Pr
315,,
notify the seen-.
cents for
TFIfiy'Cenii.,
mo
intendingethlbltori~ex. rfiiucled,«,'.;.
THOMAS BUSSi
flfeUr*.
described tracts of land lituated In ,„.
lllatrtet or New WeatmlnMer; Province1.!.
British Columbia, vln--Cfoair..ne1ng atw.
pout m»rkeiT J. Q. B. ..nd J, HeL. IM
chains, about northweit from the outlet
of Llllooot Uk. wa.K.M.1 UM BraoM*.
Sawmill Compauy. appMcMUnt Ibenc.
,weat 2M chains, mon or less.to .poat
W.rk«R4J.Q.|R..udJ.Me*|S*i;JhCa.
north n chain! to. pott marked Ji #.«...
,__iiai ....   _ -.... . --ej,M—   ■■
'.n.
mo
ud.
I. BeU, K. B.| thne. seat VA
mete et leu, to . poat raartadr, j."ioi Ra i
id f MeL., N.WiTlhi '•  *B
i.jns,more or l«!,Jo,.
„ R..i«id,J..|M*t.,..lk.,l
olTn£7&irfol&
o^^'lril?.-!**
ehelni, more or Jas, i _ ,
a.H.nIl.HrL.S.]K|th'
obelniimoreorTeit, toapott maranaj.
O.R. .nd J. MoL.. 8. Wtfthenee eatt «0
Hem Wait,, B. c, Wh Ang,, IM; d.uSIm m.t «, ^if-LatmsAM. <•> '      -
ti  V; J* :,1   i    M    ■■  i.-    I
*n#i ski Maes* lUgardlit Thi. D.H-
JeWullt.ft-elhDl.nr.
dilMwniwt lcs "Term If they have
It until they can't walk. Dolly Madison
ashed a chiet ol a delegation, who was
dining with her and the President at the
White Home, and who seemed to favor
that dish, If he wouldn't like some more.
His reply wu characteristic, it not strictly polite; MM.   -
"Me pretty blank (nil now. But me
•tand np and try."
A noted physician received a nice compliment from, little 4-year-old patient.
wToa'-a* . iplisdsf. dootor,* ih*
Md.',,Th*,lss",iio«t*r I wer Menu
*," continue. Ike little Invalid, -
And.iwiy, do ywu ipuk w nicely of
*-*.d«lliignieuillr*4k«|the
jkyilolih. <*■■■- : 'C^i-'-'
"Oh, because yon ordered lee cream for
me," was the lngennoua reply.
"Begorra, sir, you have no equal ai a
doctor lu the broad land," said, grateful
Irishman when the physician prescribed
whiskey.- r ' '   "
Ice cream afford! many a tex t f or squibs
to the humorist, and hardly a day passes
that one of them doesn't appear. It isn't
known who flnt discovered that the
oyster waa edible or who ventured.to
L the lint cup of ooCee or who in*
1 Icecream. But tbey ore wor|ablta,.
_ Ihereitithlni.     ,•*.,
VWiere'ah Jlllf mllllon'^nvestedln th.
lee cream buslnesi and it's a growing
trade. Just think of it; one can send a
: postal card for a pint of ice cream to be
left nt his residence at a certain hour and
it will be delWW-' "This lion ac*otnmo-;j
dation nnuleddii to fraKru««t order's and
large ones. It la eltlmated that 1,000,000
quarts are eaten in New Xoxk on a sultry
Sund.y.i: >'.:•'.',?
: It was Sydney Smith who .thought of
dofllug hia flesh and sitting-In hii bonei
when the thermometer was ninety degrees In the shade. But think of wading
with a linen bathing suit a tow minutes
into a pyramid of 1,000,000 quarts, ot va-
nlllf ieeonaai and being obliged tout
jtiWirti*Wn •"    .'
WEATHER WISDOM.
-•'J- ■,■*■ '  H "■' ** ','■     if
F«.th.r«ai *.i«MllsT.«f Stoma..
ONE SMALL BOY.
a    ni. p.i
1
a.
inc..   Are   Allied of ih.
  Record.
The small boy li proverbially lively and
capable ot making trouble for himself
nnd others, but the reports which come
frost Wayland, La., regarding one specimen of tbfsolus go a little nhead of the
ptrfonnancea of any other boy, at least
on thla coait, who has been heard of to
date. - ■■■':.■
This youth *wt« out on. morning re-
•ently, in Manh i ofr«rab», and' wading
about MM.hdrl, iteppftl with lilt bare
foot ta . broken bottle,half buried In tbl
und, and had four toot nearly severed
from hii foot.
^Th, would vi**Mliefcd, a** the little
felloltr Went-taViitay at one end of tha
wharfy' and;*fjrwme iiicuns managed to
fall Into the water. lie was rescued, and,
(lad In dry garment!, he decided to sit
quietly ou ths wharf and gently out a
line for fish.
Soon he felt a hits, and pulling In bis
prey found h. had.secured a catfish.
Grasping th. creature to remove It from,
the hook, he waa soon rushing screnudng
up the.wh.rt, havhrg h*m itiitftWMU
handbytheliarbeaflttoftljocat. - >»
. Ours more hit fatkair hurried .to th.
Merle, anal by bribing.tlio boy with a
-dime, got hiin to stand .till while the fin
■WTrhlleiTfrom'oii'Snnd. Ta,o boy.put
the coin in Mi mouth while ho braes!
himself ttmndnre tli* pain ot tbeonera-
tHu. nit tether puHed, out-tame the.
fla. and th. boy, danolng and. yelling!
•Ma pain, awallovraa th. dime hi held In
Mf month, "■:..
: Atthltpolntth.hlsU»rUn*raw..-*ll
tm. the smoi fvldettly thaM hr hot
me method* brf«s« up.« hoy.-ike
skat. He ihwoM -be pnt in a hogiheid
and led through the bunghole until h. hi
lid enough to keep out of mUcaieL-8an
E i Call;-
tLUSIVE  GEMS.
Ik! Strang. Sfauil.i' In Which VwppsJ
'„ ,&***»& p^*™*-,,',.
Every trsde bu peculiarities about It
the*. .**» lnexnllaahl*. A notlewbl. in-
' itanceof thii Is, the at range tnsnnsriu
wklcb>dIawondiS^otMrri«sl«tiMto»,s
..^[f^ffy^y *0M*** bJ *
wporter, "tliat»aVe«.v.luabIe ittmeibave
I the power ot motion. A diamond dropped
* »t«»»n*ot »;room haa bteafound In
thed.«»tth«*urtb,.md|of theifstt-
"Ou uothM osSMstaI m •■ton that
i wai dropped to th. floor from a looee art-1
, ting, »nd after houn of frultleu March,
tbU sim. «ha»wi»;fimn<l.|n thi show
window ill feet ttom whwe.lt tUh'> ■   '■
I   "A friend ot mine end a o*artoa*w of
. Ills ipeut two houn la looking, for m
diamond that lUwtoua th. twiturt In
I which It wu hild for lnipectlon, and
when they had gives up th. stank In
tlcapalr It wu found nestling collly Inth.
| thick, black beard of th. euatomi*.
"fithcr precious itonei M-*n to have the
'    ' r.«0A*««rt»*g.
•ark
tluTi
lilipTfi
g« the great tMtmous.
;   TheaaWjllt(,>. ,.   ...   _
Is laid to foretHwaiinithit of ike blue.
,tit;.ooja,'.:.,?ii 7 ■   ■'■ ■'•' »■--*?   .;
Various proverbs would seem to indicate that the cry of the owl, If heard. In
bad weather, foretells a change.
Herons, says an old author, flying up
nnd down in the evening as if doubtful
wbero to reat, "presage lome evil,approaching weather"-a legend aa old as
Virgil.
Iu Germany dwellers in th. country
lack faith in tbe ikylark aa announcing
fine weather, but when the lark and the
jcnekoo sing togither they hnoW- summer
T|l»!comc. il    ,
"'. .1* Ilanipshireawar*. ar.thel|snd to be
, hatched In thunderitornifc .nil It Is laid
that those on tlteiitthomti hav.' an ln-
itlnstlvo prcwlMM. of flood!. Before
heavy ralna thoy ralao their neati.
In the south of Franco io much etore li
set by the wisdom of the marple, that If
itbuilds.it3iiestouthesummitof a tree
th. country folk expect a season of calm,
butif lower downj wlndi and tempest,
an sure to follow.
Th. abhorrence In which mariner, hold
th. swallow-like storm' petrel Is well
known. Its appearance Is believed to. denote cold wcaOer. Tale little bird lithe,
Mother Carey's chicken at tailors, andrla
also called stofm finch and vraiervvltoh.
Concerning fulls In general children
vfluvlive-by the soa sayi'-Jwattll, seagull, alt on the land; It'i never good
weather while you'rrbn th. loud;'! hart
Usher folk know thit when th. aeamews
fly out early and tar to uaward fair
w«rth.r ansy be .xraWeJ;.'"
' When rooks fly high i Ind leem to im-
itat. birds of prey-by ibarlhg, iwooplng,
and falling, it la almoat a certain li-n of
contina storm. Staying avta»-l.*niiy of
the rookery, returning at midday, Or coming toteostfn croups are also said to be
omens to thai lik. ellect.
. Tho constant Iteration ot th. green
woodpecker's dry before th. itonn hu
given it the names of rain bird, rain pie,
and rain fowl. Stormodokls a/,frovln-
elal name shared by this bird and th.
missel thrush, the latter often singing
through gales of wind and rain. Storm
bird is also applied to tbefteldtare. I A j
To Scotch shepherds th. drumming ot
thoinlpoindfctosdryweathwanrl frost |
at nljlit, and Gilbert AThlto remarkslhat
woodcocks, have been obterved to-be re-
markably listless .against inowy, foul
weather, while, aotordiug .to. aoother
anthor, their early arrival and contintnd
abode "foretells a liberal hanrmt."—Chicago News.
■ .     ')    .
LEATHER FOR BOOK BINDINGS.
Th. Bert Dm. ttt Onr ChOHa. tlioogh
Silent Companlona.
Bookblndeft, as well aa other workon
in leather, must look to nature for the
b«stB«x>ds. Although lelenc. has mad.
aevcral noble eCortl to supply o« imitation, and In some oases hu succeeded, yot
for flrst-class work when durability Is
required, th. genuine ihinjtolucdMary.
Russia leather, one ot tho oldest modern coverings, is still tho most durable,
so far as wear Is concerned. Although
American russla(cowhtde)hu very largely
taken the place of the genuine nrtlole—
American russla being larger thin!, Is
rimoh better adapted totaciociii than the
imported iktn—yet for a' <nf-clu. blank
book in every respect tht'csnutosfuxiis
leather 11 best', somo excellent 'bookbtnd-i
era to the contrary, uuttylthstauiUug.
American ruesla wus iotroduotdsbout
15 yoars ago, arid when first pot on the
market It was* pale rtd.audblndgrsuiied
aniline to color it a deeper red, ai hear
tho color ot russla u aonlble; bnt of'lata
ye»n tannen are making It of a beautiful
color.. .••£.-
Tha splits at b^aftla-itif called, I.
the outside of tbe kUn thilulde limade
Into patent leithir for wrtlaestop,,,et«.
BuOng ii madi ia all Imaginable colon
aud grains, and aome ot th. belt moroccos and sealskin imitations are buQng.
Roam an full ittbttaici Iheepiklni;
•klveri an split skins, tha onttld. 'btlng-
usedfor piaebook»,l.wboek.»nd .great
variety ot cheap binding.; alio for hat
linings, jewelry cases, .to.
The Inarldowflsdi tided rued on heavy
blank books tor bin*. lwthw.-Americs.
Bookmaker.
twhani 	
offlce, tau thoroughly siarchsd, bat th.
■toni wu never recovered."
A SUBSTITUT( FOR OBIMATICN.
. ,.  ■     !   :  1   *~~**jLj '■  n
81u»wl»g VtmM 9—Hern HllsTMI'gt.dy
.,   :,.^-W|U.Xa»|^».l|iS*o.
I    Dr. Bay,' ah Englith ehimlit, with a
leaning toward ghaiUIaiM, hu iuv«ited
. a lubstltnt. fonr crinutMt -* -     '/
H. would poqnd,,lad,pull«l», th*.
corpie in a mortar; breakllig the bonu ta
littlo blti. The'remltlng-moM h. wonld
put through a endlgloul nruage mir
chine and mak. ltlnto.rilnnmiit. Dried
- by means of iteaa, belt at a temperat.ro
of SSl'.th. man Would attain swnMia***
oialvaltutu.lwtalitor.
,   Should this m*,hodftllto*nit,h« stg-
gesU-tth-r tha bolllit .fttobedrsiifl .
the oonrcrtlon ot ths resulting oil int. s it
tabrlcutforio.p,or.li. tb. placing of '
the body into.guretort Md oonvertlog
it Into Illuminating gu, ammonia, tar,
animal chatcoal, aojnhot. of amrsonl.,
*VT.yr»otkaTKitt Ml-asffc ud
i|.a*(i^baL'Aj>   .:  :,;,. '
H a common expression, often heard
from those who hire reallaed, by per-
tonal use, tho curatlvo powers ot Ayer'i
CherryPectonl. *.Icannotuyenongh
m pralM of Ayer'i Cherry Psttoral, be-
lining ai I do that, but for ft. nie, I
should long lines have died from lung
tronl>lM.-^aBri«donia?aIertine,Tei.
_About six months ago. I bad a icven
Hemorrhage of the Lunge, brought on
by . distreulng Cough, which deprived
m. of eleep .nd rest. I had nml vari-
oui cough balsamt and eipectoranta,
without obtaining relief. A friend ad-
Aytr-t Chtrry Pectoral.
I uid », ud «m hippy to lay that it
^ .      (    fijraoi *
 . at one.,   By continued me
this medicine cured my cough, .nd, I
am utisfled, uved my life.—Mn. B.
Coburn, 18 Second it., Lowell, Man.
I have uted Ayer's Chorry Pectoral
tor over a year, ud sincerely believe I
should have been in my grave, had it
not been for thii mediolne. It hu cured
mi of a dangerous affection of the lunga,
for which I lad almost despaired of ever
■ndlng a remedy.—D. AV. McMuUon,
Windsor, Province ot Ontario.
Ays*'. Cherry Pectoral saved my life.
Two yean ago I took a very levere Cold.
whichMttledonmylungs. Icontulted
I, ud took the remedies they
but fliled to obtain nliet
_.„ji Ming Ayer'i Cherry Peo-
Two bottle! of this mediolne
" tsrtored my health. —Little
— ifc3r,rOhlp.     tt
ir'i Cherry Pectoral,
■STtfriiSianiau. rX.ti;".>sb'uk»,°
■ ■I   I I il   . ■;■ 'J'      -^-*«.
WANTED
DULY-CERTIFICATED ENGINEER
i1 fbr the str. "Fdiry Qheen." Apply on
ard. - dau6to
SIC.
MISS FREESEi late of Seattle, W.T.,
ts now prepared to give Instructions
on the Piano.. WIU go to the homes ot the
pupllslfdesired. Residence—W.R.Lewis.
Agnes street. djlySOtc
SIGHTtJUNDNESS
USE  ONLY
N. STANLEY'S
OBLEBBATED '
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended by Leading Ooullsts lu
America.
S. JjTT Ji-Ii <fe CO.,
dmy.'iOte        Agents, New Westminster.
Wm. A. Bashwood-Jonss
FREIH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dje21te .
THE WHITE IS XING
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHIBPSTBBfiT • V10T0KIA.
. . Add BUTTS   B-OXt
HoHh British in* Mercanlllf
Insaranie Uo. Tor Mainland.
vH:C'.%EET01\l*,COa,
.,' SO Finibury Circus,
■      London, B.C.
OLD STAf*^,
0|»p. Ihe 0. P. N. W» Wharf.
,':.   l»oraae«,ntlA«ortmentof
Dry Goods,
OliOTBEI-ETG,
Ladiet' & Children's Apparel,
(iroceries, Crockery,- Cordage,, Ac '
Butter Kegs, Barrels,   j
Hay, Grain, Feed, Ac
F.AaM,,-aPi©DUOB
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
•! • dwjkjaxmm~-vtrxmxt,
Fbost -rrnsn.,   -   stm Wfstsikitkr.
dmylSml. ,,,
CWN* a JAPAN
u
Wet ThM. Eminent Fenon..
Tr(. t*6 ton had, oecupled tho tame
wit Is a'raUway loach for half a day ud
tha train had niched its destination.
'.'I am Indsbtal to you.ilr, for u ogree-
sbl|scs*.nstsa«tliat>b rvlltved greatly tntfconotonyot a long Journiy. May
Iukyournamil"
tlW$' i^S-ClrJammtSl Boi.
ton*"
""TitsInsldilnBoiton."
I "Waiatl Not '.'
(*»titimmit*a-mktmm
nroftwor.m
"Btg parttn. st««l»sM1» lotr^«o»
^^^^^rnityot^
"Whrtl..Mlii p     "        i
lUoWWoVtltit am^mldnit ot«
ink,ur."     ftji,  nntn
(Coldly.) '•G-aVlWlay'•ltl1l•
smWGfiTr.
1 TtasSaWvOl OhHSSS, •
''BmJ^iwtrirf <Jhio«gOi: tills tl t
•ver night.
,b.^'!Ma4i',J!kS"tto """iih-h.:
nl.t«att-a»i#<*t* «r*>l«IOief, trumpet on
h..*--**ii»*ai.<jHff ^        hl,
Jiju.tt n.iiit**d
"wSitTa»'ir a om rlilng hir. but nil ,
■gsaka hatdjit ChloigB.^iy.i. ■.—i
biti, yipor bata ud apoag.b.u,'"ridged
the mmof the lobittrcomplttion.
"Well,". Mid the other, u h. edged
away, ''that lait'i it; twin's 1 didn't Hav.
Uymonry. 1 took atponsjbatbr
ThatlVuto    "
on fell to ttudylng h.
While his patton tiieanderM low«ni» Tb.
City Hall, but wbcu at latt h. lookeil up
he had resolved to itrlk. "ipo.g. baths''
off hll llif'
mot
lollikTirg
Foollth Tirjss. "*•
ASundaysohool teach,, tn...iplafn-
tng the parable of the tea vlrglnt te her
class, who were mostly bovi,      "
When ih. had dnUlie>rljs*sWaslcsdH "•
"Now, why winnveoj thM*sass*lHr>
"Beeauii ibeydld*,'
•at ot tin ben. a.*
TK HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
M leaminnni.nf nil kind, or i
(■broldMaid Silk Goods,
Shawli, Som-bi, led Qntlta.
Brculit«aS*-Mt, Ktc, tie.
''•"'' ; :-L\iwkLi-■•■■■■■
Porcelain, Biliuii,Clolunnt,
Inim, IvirMlartslwood .nil
Cirltl of Bvery Owcriptien.
is»«iTioirivu7inIuui diuctfiiw
'     muiitfJmtL,   .
^±et^t:'
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, Hi. Will
Poat Omos Bo» No. 7. .
MRS. KATE SMALL,
OHlfRCHST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER',
Next to Trinity Ohurch,
Lo.g Experience Is the bsllncil.
dSOJIyflm       	
Dominion_Lands.
J*' YOD ARE PAY1N8 FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or (orient of Mining or
rating Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But nay In BO-UT** and save a
large discount.        ,
Scrip can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAr & CHAMPION
BAHEIBS,     .
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
i . on raoK.'i'.
THK BASK 0* rlBITIUH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTBa
:      ' ■ davmhlto
To S&& FrasciscOr Cal.
»Y WAY OF THB
T3ARTIES DESIK0U8 OF PURCHAS-
JC Inp should not fall to give these celebrated Machine-- n trial. 1 ■■
C. J. KOBSON,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated White
Bronte Monument Co* ujeistc
roVERNMtrlTST
VI6THRIA 8 J).
PIANOS AND ORGANS
.  Of the Beat Makers iu the World.
rpHE WORLD:J»ENOWNED ORGANS
_   and PIANOS of n.sia. A ll.mil.
have arrived. The great. STEI1K PIANO,
with patrntsuatalninitpcilal. The mutch-
lesa DECKEK A «pK'H' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
OROANH. Have also In stock RONI80H
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Planoe and
Organs aold on monthly naymenta. Pianos for rent and rentappl led If purchased.
Call at'
H. Peter.* Music Store.
dwldBlo VIOTOHIA, B. C.
gi« waiwnin, I.e.
ddelyl
IjB
Spesge Baths,
' A fat-looking, bald bested, lobeter-col-
ored Geraanlnihlrt-^sjvM.prsaasl in'
th. hallwayofaClilclgo bathing astab.,1,
llshment,addriningf iow'olaud.^.dl- '•
vldual with wet, stringy hill. , 1.  .
"Holt on von mlnud,"call*d out tha'^Ti
flnt ducril>M^'yoiicisj»mi^|d»i«
blaca aay.it hot bay nu «r<wt hs*."*-.
'•l>aytorth*tbithl»e«!l»Jniedtheothir
in npimren't astonishment; "who Mid uy-
thliiR«b»utpiyln'>"   ' • -t ■',
"1 say soiniidangli'boritisl1' k
'■foudof" '   ' •''**
'■t.w.lwyyottai-tbaytit'urflot
"iron wut tt wouldn't cart nothing,"
■lid th. wet-haired man,
"Noddingi I" echoed tha bath-keeper,
i "wSt»i.^ttii*t r'eidloi dn yonr sign,,,
th.nl''lnqulradthedltnntint,.,
'Dotilgn natrt Turklih nitl.iulphnr
HOTIOE.
sbP (if Thiiltmt
—ANY MAN—
Who is Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who In Wu yoil-r ami IfufarAitea has
Trifled away his Vlforof Bwly. Mlw*l
and Mnnhoodieaust ng exhausting drains
upon the FoTsntaliie of Lift. Head-
aeha, BaekMlMt Dresdful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, BasliAslaess In
Society, Pimples upon the Face and
nil the Kfleets leading loEartj-Deeav,
tosinnptltn or IniRntty, will And In
our Spocldn No. 23 a- Ft«lt wt curs. It
Impurt-t Yoathfttl Vigor, restores the
Vital Power In old and young,strengthen-! and Invigorates the Brains nnd
Nerves, builds up the muncular system
and arouses Into action the whole puysl*
eal energy of the human frame, with
onr Speclflo No. 28 the most oostlnate
case oan be cured In three months, arid
recent ones In loss limn 80 days.  Knob
faokape contains two weeks treatment,
rfrjtirJ. Cures guaranteed. OurSpeclflo
No. 84 Is an infallible Cnre forall FH-
vat* Olssapea* no matter of tasw long
standlttg. Sold uuderourwrlttenOnar-
antee to eflVet a Cnre. Price 85. Toronto Medicine Co.. Tornulo, Ont,
THE MT. SHASTA BOUTE.
Quicker In Time than any otber
Bonte between -
hrffifattB ud Su Ihinico.
firand Scenic Bonte of tke raclle
Coast.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST 8LEEPINO CABS
For Accommodation of Second-Clats Passengers, attaolied to Express Trains.
Fare from. Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco: Unlimited, till Flnt
Class (Limited), »M| Second OlaaalLI-
mlle<l),»il.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
3V e W      C3r O ODH !
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED $TOCK OF
-OOO-fsB. ttmx   -fBsM.cn sB3l»
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I have also made., large addition to my
wholesale atock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, to. An inspection et my
Stock will.satisfy any today that 1 have tho but aisortment to be found In thu
eity,   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
jrjkxtxxim xtomjmmxiJkxr,
■   ■  ...       NqJ^ConosgujiTBiw,
dwjelyl
Asst, Oen.
E. P. ROGERS,
i. Freight A Pus?
Agent.
w.R.AjJOTrr
UEALEHIN
General Mcrchandiss!
new wmmsm, b. c.
Hay and Feed
' mjlbxb-c1: I  ,
WOOD^ COAL
(TBE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots & Shorn,
Provisions A Groceries.
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
M-Asweuie no whlskyor tobacco w.
em, by temperate hablti and careful eco
nomy. serve the public at- snsolally low
rat... i dwjalitte
Comer Columbia and Begbie Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IBON-WORKING
Machinery; to their Business, are. now prepared to do all kind, of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Maehine Work, *«rglng,
And every description of BLACKSMITBIWC, at pHoel eonildeTrtly lower
thin before.   It is our intention to have in the course of a tew weeks a
BRANS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Businesa, We have the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of tho kind in B. C, and employ hone but' the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantle ntii.
fiction in workmanship at well aa nrioea. We have obtained' the aervfoea of a
FlrSt-ClaSS Horse-Shoer, and that part of our Butiness will have special
attention. .J''.-'   -■ '■• •'"
REPAIRS of all tinda of Machinery, either Steam or AeTIouirural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in thi, line, will hav.
our best attention. ..,,.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasenible ratea....
A large itock of Wagons, Expresses and Boggles, Of the beat quality,
for aale. ~
We also keep in atock, to aupply the trade, all kinda of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE A OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc,, at Victoria pneei.,- i , ,>
AT Ettimites and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork, Call and inspect
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by it.  . ''.,..,'
■wjiyioto BEID & C UllltotaE.
far Infanta and Children.
' "Oaitntotonw«l*caiMloehIle>iBtti*
[ recommend ita. nptrlcrtoijirpreicftptia.
kwm*omi.''     E.A.Al«sia,M.D„
W"*Oxftrd*A,Brooldyi,N,Y.
isour bmbmb. uiarrass. Erffsstion.     ..
KlUj^o^gimaleeiAaadprauMtsiil-
rnmSii&tBmmtMtUtmti ■
Ta. Cawica Ono-ajii, TT lums edict, s, V,
IPTM
That drend teiror, a dlnease so long
lin ft In-: (-•-[--n''tt nnd (he nnwt skilled
lihynli'iiiiiri, who knew of nnllilng in
nrreHt, nnthint* to HllevliUp, nothing to
euro. Now li Ih no ImiKer nn iueiir-
abh* uiulitily oven when p1v<-n tin by
miysiciitiiN. Iit'iiltticiui sa befuuitd In
OUB UKMKHV; If hoftlo nml xtinthes
the me'iitmiue uf tho i.ungs, Inllnmeil
and poisoned by the ruvnt-ov of thin
£ell disease, and prevents llio night
weals mul tightness aetw-fi the chest
which accompany It.  price in, I
0URE8   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.    I
BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RR-
 Jar the Jto&aranle OMff Cota-
"      " waKi7»rks anti>nooa
ot, froh i-Mtie*.
    _. securing «lepHe
of that portion nf the N. W. quarterof.
Heel Ion ffi, Township 0, New Westminster
DlBtrloj. known as "Trenant ftcbonl Reserve." containing lin acrcK. excepting
therefrom 24 acres, wlileh have been
leased to the Delta Agricultural Society,
aiutofte two «aon whloti the.uhoot-ftaus'-
^pttdrbeikijsi tauhT t^ATEr1
1st Tha purpose /or which the land ls-
Intemted to heuied, the nature of tbe improvements proposed to be oflt'cted. nnd
within what time,
Snd. The term nf years for which tno
lease Is desired.
lrU,.TIla annual rtnlsl pmposod U» be
-^n Ihflwvbfrt or a lease beingiWMD, It
will be Issued subject to a provision that
the Honoiir""        ' "——*' "
Lands and >
the Honoamblt tihiof Comml-mloner of
Lands and Wbrks
the tenancy resume
—m*»>*to* I
may atany timo during
,.„M^- . is potsesslon of the her
^SsK&apra,4ewis
anpmlsea^vatn. of the  Improvement.
made by him.
The Ho
oinlil. Chief Commissioner of
I Verts swerve, the right to
.^pJfp^^iS?^
    W. H. a<
. Lahdi and Works De]
0VS ElKfiAKT PBEPARATI0N8.
Remember we mnunfnoture and an the
-olo proprietors of the following special*,
ties, ond that they can be had from no
mm im-m wr-voRT—
'J.^Corre-ipimdenoc strint
IAUIT
ells* con*
solo pnmrletnrsof the fojlowlngspeolnl-
'•IIW-nn-ln^-POR'L.
.._,..Jiff 'Cijtfsuitfltldtf upon ail chronic
di-eiwe invited. NO CHARGE except tor
medicines. Ail gootln sent stcure from
observation. Toronto Medicine Co., To*
rohto.ont.
HAIR  OOLORING.
We prepare
fluor NhHilen
Our. msptnlftcent preimrat^tiis sit warranted perfectly liHrmlenf..
She following colon.—the
rise from the hulr Itself: lilxek, Hiirk
Hrowh, Medium Itrown, ('he-tnut, LlKlit
Cheslnut, Gobi Hlomle, Ash or Blonde
•ndrce. Rend mini pie of hair when or
Price* 13 per bottle,  Toronto Me-
dfirlng.
diet no <
Co., Toronto. On i.
Oeneral, I
VUlvt^llibftsptemtMr.i
TOILET REQUISITES.
. In ordering pletise specify which you
require! we gimmntee them to give entire
•miiNftietloii. No, h Imparts to the skin
the color nnd froslineiR of-maidenhood,
harmless and ennnot be deteetett, 11.35.
No. D romoves wrinkle-, ft No, 10 removes Liver Spots, lt,»V. No. U removes
Flesh Worms, «U5. No. hi removes
Kreckler-Jl.SA. No. 1.1 removes Pimples.
il.3.r. No. U removes Tan, fl M, No, IS
removes Moles, fl No. 10 ramoven Pock-
marlti-.S^ No. 17 removes undue Perspiration, tV*\ No. 18, an absolute unfailing
speddc forth* retention, deveiupmeni or
reatorntlon of Ibe Hair, #1.25. Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
THE BUST.
No. 10 in a cmbhied Internal and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust to thonronor-
, Won* of voluptuous nature,   is entirety
i|^lKffin»^!!fo.r,{
IMFEREtlL:
FIRTtWWfeM^
.   lOLOllBOioSt. indldP.lt.MtiL,
uomtoii,
INSTltT^EP1808.
FOR INSOWNG HOUSES AOTHER
Bulldingt, Ooodi, Wares, Merchan-
disc, Mannficruring and Farming Stock,
Ship, in Port, Harbor or Dock, ind the
Cvsoe«ol.uohV.wU:«lao,8hLf.l.ild-
ins .nd repiiriog, Barge, and Cher Vet-
ieli on navigable riven aad cimIi, and
Goodi oh hoard luch Vss.li, throughnut
Great Britain arid Ireland and in Foreign
Countrlet,
nml loss or biiadi ii mc
Sarsoribsl and IavMtsl Capital,
■61,600.000 STG.
Rates of Framinm and every iufomn
Hoc oan lie obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTBONS,
Agnt fo.- New Weitmlniler.
(LDNEBOM'S 3CILDIN&, TR0NT STREET)
ft
Constantly on Hind in Eitemive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes Bate tt Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, dec
-tsT*a-*r'B   Am  ato-srai'   mnrx'mtm\i
Great Variety of Honieheld Artlolei.   Abo,
GRAIN, BEED8, POTATOES, LIME' and GENERAL STOfiES.
». B.-F.rm Produce bought at markit rates or sold on eommltslon. •evOnlen
from th. Interior promptly attended to. swjlltk
MACHINERY
whi
dwap]
A VINO LATELY INCRKABBDODR
eonnceUon In the Bust nud else-
fere v«y considerably, we are lu a position to give prices on any olnls of Machinery that mry be required, incluillugi
Marine and Rtatlonary Eiiitlnes and Boilers, Planers, Matcher* and Moulder*,
Buss planers. Wood LnliiervUaml I
»t\%\ Blind Machinery, Ouuke
I*athes, Hhapfng Maenlni*, >
Bhlngle Muehlnen, Utli
Machines & Hoi tern,
Two, Three and Four Block Clnulnr Saw
Mills, Band Haw Mill1-. Poilahln Hn»
glnei and Boilers, and HnlMag ■
Engines.  Ab-o, John Bertraia
A Rons' and The I^ndon.
Tool Co's Iron Working
I Machinery,
Brick Machine* and Cruiher* of rttber
the Martin or Balrd make.
Mill Supplies of all descrlntloui, Including Clrciilnr Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oil*, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whioh we cany in
atock.
Btentu Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowle* make also on hand.
M-Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on abort notice, a* well a* Paint* and
Oil*, Axes and Bdge Tool* of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumber* and Steam Fitters Supplies, no.
We are sole agent* tn thi* PrbTlnee for
the JOHN DOTY Bnglne Co**-, whow
Marine work cannot be excelled, a* out*
tits we have furnished here will testify,
FRASER FUEONARD,
Cau.ll. It.   Opp. rJ«w^A*v.rU..r,
VANCOUVER, & 0,
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLOBN.
IJAVINU TAKEN POSSKBRItlN OF
IX the '•Toinpcnuice Honie.'-l'rontlng
oo Oolnm iilii mul Church ttirect^om'iiiiire
the Bplsoopal Church, and now known
aa tbe
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aomtmmoxlate the traveling publio
at the following ratesi
Board per day, ..„ ■. %, 00
"      "  week  5 00
Single Meals     ttt
Beds.     35
«*a.o-H)d nt'coinmoduilou tor Ladles and
famllle*. mj-Me
Flowers for sale
KSTABUSUED 1S59.
ROOT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
»«fly Oppoalte Ike Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LJUIGE8T AND  CHOICEST
iitortmcnt of .11 detcriptloni Ot
MEATS AND VEfiETARLES
Conttantly on hand, and au;plied te Famllle!, Rettanrantt, and Steomboatt at thi
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,
"fcTOTOOBL
WIIKHEAS MT WIFE, MABOsttET
01B80N, ha. leftmy bedand board
without niiy provocatl.* whatam. thla la
to notify all pemons.net to traat.heron
my account, as I will not pay any debt!
which ibe may contract,
' JAMES GIBSOK,
Chllllwhaek,Auguit4,l*8*.    dwtvrml
NOTICE.
ALL   ,., .„,»„„
A the Royal  City Planing Mlla Co.
mnstjbe settled on or before Sepf *""
IiL OUTRTANDINO AC^rMts/dU*
....   » .     r. .—    JUHgJCo
they win be'piaced tn(>i*rt for collection!
To all MHiHMer* af Vnlldlaf MatcHali
Until further notice, w* ofTergikat lull uci'inenls to all citNh purchaser*.
ROYAL CITY PLANIJTfl HH-LBIU
dwauSlml
'New West., Aug. hi, ft&,
Mainland Trat^&r
hack; tlVERY, SfA^'
Feed! Sale
THE SUHSORIBERS ABE HOW fitE-
PAREB.TOTUBNOUT... •
DOUBLE AND
At Sptblil Lo>r Rates.'*
Snjiaj* ud All Imdi of .TuaiiB;
Done at Shortest Kotiei..
Bry r.ratWM4 delivered to enyajsrlM
tho city, -|   j . .,;,.ta
Order, by Telephone will receive proropt
attention. ' '   ■     *
«^So1n^Sfirt5v%ia«i%
djalltc     aitUtY BROS. Pint. Evany Altera... except !■■*.»,
ST TH.
JCSHaTlaTBIDT-      BBOIBIEB,
At their Stem   Printing Ratanllan.
ment, Colnmbla Street.
law U months...,
for .month,
wt I
BT   MAIL:
.2 25
Mar I monthi....,
~   month,.,
f*»
Ttt
WHk„.
-JSfStS'
months	
DKUVEKED IN THB CITY:
IS months........ IW 00
._   ___..__  ,„m„t  ita
:=:= 8
it la all ohm (eioept for weekly
mid. tn advene,
imitiii"* mm in nl mily.
Tra.lle.lAdver*lieBW.U.-riritlnier-
i tlon, 10«.. per lln. Mild nonpareil; web
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Grand Concert Fuhrer Family
Livery Stable..... J. M. Wise
Appointment Prov. Seo
f iiilg jfSritish (Eolumbian
frlU.r Evenl.g. Sept. ,1, 1888.
The salmon only averaged 20 to the
beat lut night.
. A train load of cattle arrived from
thi interior lait night.
The weather tumid out quite fine
to-day after the rain.
See J. H. Wiio'i feed, livery and
mIo itablei idv. in thii paper.
Th. itr. Adelaide, to-day, towed to
Vuoonver. mow containing 50 toni
of h»y.
T. J. Tripp hai another auction sale
sa Front street to-morrow (Siturdiy)
evening.
, Comfortable hoard and lodging! at
Hns YWs, Columbia it, uppotite
Cataoue.IJh.lr*. dselSto
toimMUW'^iM1 &
sham ftr.'Ssle. Apply to Woons,
Trart'&.GiirBin. dteltto
Th. itt. Irving left tor OhiUiwhick
thi, morning with SO paaaengen md
26 toni nf fnight. .
The itr. Rithet cleared for Victoria
thi! morning with 133 head of cattle,
40 ton If freight and 20 passengers.
Jniir^^Vr^Utatt1'?.!! itylu
in ladlwT.ami Children. Dolo'sni,
Mantle* and Jaelteti, it Jamei Ellard
ft Co.'*. I die20to
Thi director! of th. Royal Columbian hospital are indebted to Hr. A.
B. McBride, warden of th. penitentiary for a large amount of eaat off
clothing.
Mm. F. Welcome McCridy will re-
lumo-hor diss in vocal mutic on Tuei-
d.y, 2Bth init. Pupils will pletM
notice th. chinge of reiidence, corner
of Agnet md Lawrence itt.    dielOtc
The mirriage of Capt. Stewart, of
Ihe itr. Richmond, and Mrs. J. A.
MoCloery, at the North Arm, Wednesday, it innounced. The Cowmuir
Ulead, heartieit congntulitioos.
Ackerman Brot. ire moving the
BonMirchebuildingtodiyto a vacant lot on Dou?lai itreet. Consider-
■'•'N thttiii. of th. .Wilting'it wai
moved with gnat aim and rapidity. '
Anaadititof Elgin hai become in-
une, and, u he U acting ill a rather
dangerous manner, Mr. Moresby hat
liven order, to havo him irreited und
brought to th. oity for mediol examination.
— Tike Ayer'i PUli md be cured. Mis-
try U i mild word to describe the suffering, of body md mind, caused by habit,
nil con.tlp.tion. A moderate ute of
Ayer'i PI1U will invariably regulate tho
bowel..
R»v. Mr. Miller, of Naniimo, ii In
tiro city and will occupy ihe pulpit in
thit Pretbytorian churoh both morning
.rul evening on Sunday. The rev.
gMtlemin it in eloquent tpeakor and
hlieennoo, are both interesting and
learned. -' ■-»■• t
Th. f oh'rer family ire in town ind
will-give .parlor entertainment at the
Colonial hotel to night. Judging from
the favorable opinion, by tho prets, they
are thorough good m'uiicianiund oroate
wonder and admiration by their per-
fonuracH.   Seeidv.
A further suggestion anent the civic
holiday it thit the date be fixed for
Thnrsdty, Oct'4th, "which will allow
many to visit the provincial fair It
Viotoria.., The idea ii not .bid one,
hit .'try week adda to the chance, of
thi day being marred by bad weather.
III. Udiu will be delighted' to lurn
that P. Peeblet' fimoui ind muoh id-
mind Whitney Baby Bnggiei, with
nvsoible handle., havo arrived. Ho
fall liso for nil i novel brake attach-
meat, which can be applied to any
baggy, itopping it on a hilltido ai well
uiliwldbyioey. iel9t3
Tm CoirjiiWAK li pleued to ac-
knowledge with .thanks thi receipt of
■ l*no piece of bridescaki from Mrs.
A. tt Pemberton (nes Miu Kite V.
CoehraneV We trust proipective
bride, will mike . mental note of thii
kind giftj.and when the "hippy diy"
it* Mem arrives thst the hungry newi-
- paper man will not be forgotten. Mr.
aid Mn. Pemberton have the belt
sWm. of Thi Columbian for their
fatnr. hippinett.     .   .
Mr. Alex. McLean, J. P., one ot
the pioneera of the province and a
prominent and respected citizen of Victoria, died at hii reiidence on Wednesday night at the ago of sixty-one years,.
Mr. McLean founded and successfully
carried on tho celebrated Scotch House
commercial establishment on Fort
Btreet, and was noted for his public
and privato bonevolenco. He leaves a
wife aud one eon—a young man who
cirrici on hii father'! busineu.
. a, .
Clue leu., hr Tttm.
Inspector Mowit hni recomniondod
for trout on Vancouver Island a close
tenon from the 15th October to the
15th March, and on Ihe mainland from
the lit February to the lit Miy. He
tayt the existing regulation, are not
tuitible for tbe country. The Britiih
Columbian lakes covering luch a largo
extent of territory, and the climate und
temperature being so different, the
breeding leatoni ire to a certain extent governed by thoto circumstances,
and fish are found spawning in one or
another locality nearly every month in
the year.
Mammon, can.',
Mr. D. C. Webber, of Port Hammond, laid on our table yeiterday half
a dozen eari of sweet corn, which for
rise and quality beats anything we
have yet teen in or out of Britiih Columbia. The ears averaged Hi inches
in length md 8i Inchet in circumference and weighed nearly 2 lbs. The
corn wai planted on May 24th. Mr.
Webber will tend aome of thii fine
corn to the provincial exhibition at
Victoria and to the local exhibition! at
Delta, Surrey and Chilliwhack. Ho
has also sent aome, in-14-foot stalks, to
the Toronto exhibition.
Electric Lights, Motors and Tramway.
Latt evening Capt. W. D. Warren
lent a written application to the .city
council for permission to ereot pole!
and strotoh wire! within tho city limits
for the transmission of electricity for
lighting, motor and tramway purposes. Tho captain, who is said to
represent local and eisteru capitalists,
propoaei to introduce an improved
electrio light plant and to aupply elec-
rioity for motor, and tramways—the
latter to carry passengers ot five cents
eaoh. A company with a capital of
(100,000 hu been formed to forward
the object of the petitionen.—Colonist.
m
Netting Trent. "
Chehalia Crook, probably, the beat
trout itream in the vicinity of Harrison
Lake, bid. fair to be deitroyed before
many mouths aro over unless the
faihoriei department takei prompt
iter* to uve it Tho Indian! have
net! stretched acrou it at different
pointa, ostensibly for bitching ialmon,
but really for tho purpoie of netting
the fine large trout with which the
•treim abounds. Ai much as 100 lbs.
of trout have been captured by one of
these nets in one day, which me.ni the
extinction of the fiih from the Chehalis if not cheeked immediately. Tho
Indian! olid fiih for trout with ialmon
roe which spoils the stream ior ny
fishing. _ .       njj.   .,'
Ti. Wltf indui'   "'''"'""•'
Harrison River Jim hid hii canoe
dry-docked on tho bcscli imide of the
railway treitlo to-day. Somebody'!
hungry cow happening along, wu attracted by a little hay in the bottom of
the eanoe, and the better to get a
•quire feed stepped right into the frail
bark, which, not being "Wilt that
way," collapsed. And now the patriarchal Jim, with lome of hii retainer!,
and the assistance of Mr. McTiernah,
Indian agent, is parading the streets,
with the cow in cuitody, inquiring
blandly for the owner, who Jim uyi
mutt pay $20-- the ostiraatod value of
ihe demoliihed canoe—or ho vowi he:
will havo gore, either that of the cow
or iti owner. Up to tho "time of
going to preti" no one hid uiertcd
hii claim to the mischievous tovine.
A party of touriiti, among whom
are Mr. Jamei Knox, of Kilburnie,
Scotland, Mr. R. O. Bon, of Montreal,
Mr. and. Mri. Tboinpton and Mr. John
Lackie, of Toronto., arrived on the
Pacific express yeiterdiy. They intend visiting Vancouver, Seattle, Portland md San Francisco, thenco homo
by Salt Luke City. To-diy was ipent
by the party in visiting the virions
points of intereit in snd around. the
oity, and a iteamer hoi been chartered
for to-morrow for the purpura of inspecting the canneries and the farming
lindi along the river. Mr. - Knox, of
blilburuie, is a twin, and net maonfao-.
turer and doe. an extemive bu.lnes.'
with the ulmon paoken of.the Fruer
and other tithing establishments in
Britiih Columbia. One of the objeott
in thit gentleman's vitit is to. jticertain
theexuot kind of nets required and
to make improvement, on Iho preient
stylo if auch is found necessary. ■
Alex. JleFarli.e, Isle Alllitml Hevt.nl
•r Ike Bey.l C.lnsMl. Hospital.
Attempts  Suicide.   .
This morning two gentlemen from
Vancouver reported to "Mr. Moreiby
that an old man had attempted to commit suicide, on the Vancouver road,
about 11 milei from thii city, Mr.
Moreiby procured tbe service! uf. Dr.
De Wolf Smith ind lift immediately,
and in a few minutei were by thi aide
of the wounded man, who, fortdnate-
ly, wu itill living. On eximinatlon it
wai found that th. would-bo luicide
hid cut the main artery of both writti
and had also made a deep cut un the
•ide of hit neck, elote to tho jugular
vein. The inttrument used wai a
■mill pinknifo, not very sharp, and the
number of inoiiioni mode showed tint
the unfortunate pun fully determined
to take hii life. Dr. Smith took up
the veini and bandaged the wounds,
and, although much blood win lost,
the man's life will probably be laved.
The woold-bo luieide'i mme ii Alex.
McFulane, and he wu for leveral yean
an inmate of tbe Royal Colum-
bim hcspital, for i time a pitient,
suffering from, a, wound in the, head,
but latterly acting in the capacity of
aaaittant iteward. He wu diicharged
from the hoipital a ihort tun. .go and
•inc. then has been drinking heavily,
which, together with the wound on his
head, whioh affeoted the brain somewhat, was the crate of the ruh ict.
On being questioned by Mr. Moreiby,
MoForlano said .he did the cutting himself; he had been drinking
heavily for some time, got despondent,
and wanted lo end hia life. When
uked if he winted to live, he replied,
"Idon'fotirewhothorllive or die."
He ii now in tho jail and ii receiving
the beat of attention, both medical
•nd otherwise.
tjmPmW«Jw*MtC#ub
'■ The'carden Party.
The gatdeu party at Government
House, on Wednesday afternoon, in
honor of Lady Macdanald, who ii a
guest with Lieut-Governor and Mn.
Nelton, wai very largely attended, our
leading citizen! nnd a numqer of prom-1
inent viiitors from the out being
preient. The excellent band of ",,0 "
battery wit stationed ill the garden
and contributed a choice selection of
muiio, Refreshments were served in
• marquee erected on Ihe ground!.
Owing to the slight shower, tho principal feature was the dancing party.
Several ladies played for the dancers,
the molt prominent being Mn. Jamei
Angus, who was specially thanked by
Mn. Nelson and Lridy Mscdonald for
contributing ao muoh to the enjoyment
of the afternoon. Lady Mucdonald
and the other guo.ts wero delighted
with the reoeption, and iixpretted to
Governor ind Mn. Nulmn thiir high
appreciation of the hospitality they
hid reoeired.—Times.
'A Siruge Clrc.mtta.ee.
The Tawma'.iVeiij liyi: "Some diyi
ago Henry Lawrence, one of the original locator! of the Salmon River lode,
cmie to thii city from the minet. On
hii way here he lost hii pocket book,
containing notes and drafts amounting
to 8550. The loss nettled him, but he
had ho trouble while here ol obtaining
duplioatea. While here he eomultcd
the business md test medium who
has been creating such an excitement in Tacoma, Mn. Sa.ni-
loh, and - the utured him hii
book wu ill right and not to worry
over it. Per a letter received here
to day by Allen 0. Mason it li learned
that on nil return trip he found the
book jut u Mn. B. hid described and
predicted, in a lino leading to hit location, and that the content! were in-
taot, This all happened 300 milea
from here; ao hero it material on which
■keptict can work." Mn. Samion,
thii celebrated buiineii and tett medium, ii now giving littingi at tha Co-
loni«l,toel,.room 40, and will con:
tlfrae to do io until Wednesday next,
2fKh iftst.',' -/hen the potitively leivei
to fill other engagements. Office
houn on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m.—Adv.''       _
On Saturday afternoon lut the people of Nmiimo wero itartled to hear
the prolonged ehriek of'a' locomotive,
and in a 'few Moondi ifterwordi
''Pioneer No, 1" of the Vancouver
Coil Co, came tearing down the old
Chaie River railway, with three flit
can behind her. After passing over i
trestle nt torritic ipeed, thia "wild*'
locomotive crashed into the locomotive " Ninaimo " whioh'- j wii
•Uuding on the track near' the
wharves, doing damage to the amount
of aeyenl hundred dollan. No one
wu hiirt, however. Mr. Jouph Sige,
who wu driving ihe Pioneer, itatw
that on a gntdethe brakei gave way.
He Immediately shut off the iteam and
reversed the engine, but the gndo
so steep that thew precaution! failed
to overcome tho momentum, and the
train rushed on. j He kept blowing thi
whittle u a danger signil, and finally
tied down the whittlo lever to that
iho alarm would keep sounding
and, to uve himtelf, jumped off just u
the runaway reached the troitle, "
gineeri uy it wu the belt time the
Pioneer ever made. Sumo credit it
certainly due to the engineer for hii
■emible precaution! under the circum
itancei.
The Irrepressible .HaklM.
Mr. W. H. Jenkini hu been up to
•nother of hii pleiunt lirkt, md in
thil cue though he tan comidenblo
danger of breaking hii neck, esoapid
with hii uiuil luck, unhirmed. Jen.
kins wu in an nuthouse in rear of the
Uolbrook Hotel, .nd Keimt »■ nirrot
perched up on • boird of the will id-
joining, thought he would like to team it. For thiifaurpnte he managed
very, until win
?;raap it the bird,
ung and Jul''
mined both bird ind biwrd and fell
irom hu poiition to the ground umo
10 feet bolow. Here Mr. Jenkini
found himtelf • dote priwner witlijno
Si tqimezav through a very, iinill willow arid tbon made a graap it the bird,
but the reach wm too long and Jenkini
mean, of eaciping ununited,. being
kept in by building! on three lidet ind
a will on the other, To pan the time
away and relieve tha monotony of the
lituation he entered into w> interett-
ing conversation with the prttot, which
wu maintained with force' and /.vigor
until Mr. Neil McColl happened to
eipy Mr. Jenkini ind interrupted the
palaver. Jenkini applied for uuiitaiice
to etcspe but Mr. McColl thought it
would be better to let hlniwniin there
all night and rcfmod to help hiin. Ho
wu rucued, however, later oh by
meant of i ladder and soiM'gwal]
natured people; who, though thereon.
•idered n night in the hole would
serve Jenkini right, thought it would
be cruel to allow hiin to remain there.
... >,——rem
To Aunr Naiorv. mint effectually In
her effort! to throw off or roiiit icrioui
diieaae, it la essential that an impulse
should be given to functions whioh growing ill health lutpendi or weikeoi, namely, the action of the bowels, bilious leero-
tion, and digestion. Oftentimes, though
thit is lmprictieible by the use of ordinary rewdtea, It prowl in et.y task
when Northrop* Lyman'i Yig,tabli
Diieovery and Dyspeptic Cun It rwort-
edto.    ■   :,   ii : , ) ■,.■'.
mm
remmt.
saa
L. Ouiohon, of Ltdnen, ii itopping
at the Colonial.
B. A. Wadhams camo up from the
Delta lut evening.       '.".,;;■-;.',
J. A. Webster and wife returned
yeiterday from a ihort visit to Viotoria..
Alex. Tolmic, of the Club', arrived
home from the Kamloops tournament
yeiterday. ''
N. A'.' White, of the London ft Ian-
caihlro, wu a pauenger on the Paoifio
expreu yeiterday, from Kamloopi. .'
J. G. deques left by the C.P.R. to-
diy for Illicillewaet for the porpote of
in.pwting the itiver mines of the com-
paoy of which he is secretary. He
eipecti tn return about the lit pros.
Mn. Thompson, of Toronto, a mem-,
ber of the Women'. Missionary Society,
vitited the Chineu minion lohool lait
ovening md expreiied henelf u highly
pleued with the good work it is accomplishing. This morning ihe went up
to Chilliwhack to impect the Indian
mission Mhool there.
Canker humors of every detcription,
whether lathe mouth, throat, or stomach,
ire expelled from the system by the use
of Ayer'i Sartaparilla. No other remedy
can compare with thii, u a cun for all
disease! originating in impure or impoverished blood.
Late Canadian News.   I
River Do Loup Statiqh, Sept.
15.—Tht opening of the Temiicouata
railway will be postponed till about
the 1st oi October, owing to the giving
wiy of tome temporary cribwork, caused by a land .lids on the bank of Lake
Temiicousti, where filling and ballasting wen in progreu.
MosntiAi,' Sept. 10.—Abbe Pulin
Dubonvjlle, doctor of theology end.
profeuor of canonical law at the Snl-
ipician nminiry here, hu been ap-
Eointed superior of the aominiry of
ii order at Rome and leave! ihortly
for the eternal oity,   '-
Montreal, Sept. 15.—The grand
jury to day found a true bill against
Colonel Frank Bond; and N. Miohaud,
ex-btokera, for fraudulently applying
money entrusted to them to their own
ute. Tlie orown proiecutor acting
under ipeciil instructions from the
ittorneygenenl immediately entered
a nolle prosequi on the back of tho. ih.
dictment    . -
Toiiosio, Sept. 15.—The intcr-osso-
oiation laorone natch between the
Ottawa!, of the national association, md
the Torontoi, of the Canadian auociltion, resulted in the Ottawa, winning
3 goolito Toronto!' 2.".
Ottawa, Sept. 10.—Next seaton th,
department of marine and fisheriu will
undertake the tramporation of live
lobsters from the Atlantic to the Pacific cout to tee if they can be propagated then. |
Writs for the Oirdwell election will
be inued it once. R. S. White li expected here to;morrow to make arrangement! with the government for the
campaign.
Mr. Ohu. Langelier, M. P., who
wu here yotterdiy, uyi thit th. people of Quebec will not tolerate the
Dominion government vetoing their
legiiliture't local lawi. Mr. Mercier
wul hive the entire, province it fill
back ih delending the right, of the
province. He. laid Quebec will fight
tor iti rights ai Manitoba and Ontario
have.
Arayot, of the-0th battalion, who
mide himself fatuous during the Northweit rebellion by writing lo Sir A. P.
Caron that the volunteen ihould be
allowed to guard the ttorei while the
cowboy, arid Indiana did the righting,
mode a very bellicoto ipeech, warning
Sir John not tn trifle with the people
of Quebec' or there would be a rebellion. "Thii province," he uid, "wai
French, not Britiih, and it ihould be
undentood thit the people of Quebec
were bound to fill into line and oppou
the effort, of the Engliih province! to
eoerce them."
~~™ *. — *•'—■—''
Jia. Shannon, Leaakdile, writes i For
many yeara my wife wii troublifd with
chllbliina, ud could get no relief until
•bout two yeira ago! ahe wu then'not
able to walk, and tbe pain wu then to
excruciating tint ihe could not deep at
night. Your agent wu than on hia
regalirtrlp, and-the asked him if he
could cure her. He told her Dr. Thomu
Eclectric Oil was a sure cun. She tried
it, and judge ef her istonishuient when
in a few dayi the pain m ill allayed
Snd tbe foot rettured to iti natural con-
ition. Itiialw the but remedy for
burnt and bruises I ever uacd.
WbMeMie.oitrHsi'ket
STEWART -McCI.EERY.-On tb. 1Mb
IniL, by the Hev. R.Jamluon^utl.tM
by Rev. :T. O. Thornton, Cat wllll.m
r. Stewart to Mn. J. A, MeCleery, both
of North Arm, Pruer Itiver.
*-bu-4bywMsax.vstmsi,i-is«rh,
"ns. ads WH . Cklli, ah. «M ttt ClMMS,
***** ***' "III, aht ilntl Ii Cultlll,
v*iudskadCklldr^rt.|.Ttli«tCut«l.
One trial of Mother Gravel' Worm Ex.
terminate* will convince you thit it hu
no equal ,M. a -worm medicine. Buy n
bott)e, and lie if '• dou not pleue you,
lir «."*• "J.-BECIDLAR MEETINQ
VY • evfry Wednesday, afternoon at 8
o'clock at the w. C.T. TJ, Headquarten
(over Cunningham A Baltb'l Shop), Douglas HI. Loyal Legion In the same place
every Friday afternoon. dauilte
JAPTIIT   CHURCH,
Kntlpt   M.ry Blreet.
A*a*!..?tr--l.
„   r  _ _.._'! D»y
tervloesallla. m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School anlBlbl. Clsu >t S;M p. m. ~,,
seats freei itrangin eotdLlly welramed.
-Rev. Tli.!, B.ldwln, putor,
BTHPDIST CHURCH, Oddfellow.'
. N.w   all. Rev. J.H.White, Putor.
11 a. m. and 7 p. ro.  Sunday
Blbl-"'—»••»-—     n—•
ServlcM
Sohoola
Meeting
iroei ~'~-
itni en
UbieoTmll~Mp.m.   Prayer
 -' f.SOp.m. —J-
Thuraiday. at 7.10p.m. Seat!
— oonllally Invited.
§IT. PA bnt CHVticn. John Street,
I Oppoi t.OnninH.11. Rev. Thomu
addon, Bator. Berviee. every Sunday-
at 11 a m. .nd T p. m. Thursday evening,
at 7180 o'clock. Seat! free; all an cordially Invited. Sunday School at il** p. m.
. *t     OMOR LODOB >., t, A. V.
^/aVg, * A. M.-The ngul.r Com-
JkjK munleatlon. of thii Lodgl .re
/*tr\ held on th. flnt Monday In euh
month. Sojourning brethren an cordlei-
ly1nvlUKllo.tt.nd „__.„ ^..^.i
PETER ORANT,
awntary.
Beef, : ilet m\he...
BUt  "      "    -    -.
utton       " „
Poutoei '".. ..,
labbage "- ,. .„
jnlons ■"- - ■ ■'„-.
Wheal , " '
OaU .", ■ ...,
Pea.   -. —■"» ' -'\:.
mny,      petton ......a..'. IJ0081600
Butter (roila) per t, _  0 280 0 85
Cheese, "      014 §015
........ Ilia 1
 .-.sJJ.'-l'MJjg
t.ton ..._.i.i.„-. lipoilS
  0
.    - perdol. ..- .Hi..;01Xi
Cordwood (retail) per cord.  8 00
Apples, per box	
Hldeiigrniper 100 lbs.......... 4 ooe'8
LV •("Iry)     '";■    —•-••• »«ll '•
Wool, per Ib ,..„,... ..„™„.     68
Sleeplessness U due to nervtrai' excitement The delicately cOiiitltuted, the
finanoier, the.business man, and those
whose occupationneceaeitatelgrlat mental itraiu or worry, .all luffer lett or
mon from it. Sleep it tho great restorer
of a worried brain, and to get tleep
cleanse the stomach from all Impurtlei
with . few doset of Parmelee • Vegetable
Pills, gelatine coated, containing no mercury, and are guaranteed to give-satisfaction or the money will, be refunded.
Job printing of .11 kinda neatly doni
at the Columbian office,. Prloet will be
found ii low u at uy other office in
the province.—id,, '.   -
-The Fuhrer Family
..,■•.;   —with—   OIUOD :
CONFAB \% ilpSll
Will Perform hi Town.
Then will be a /arlor Entertainment at
the COLONIAL HOTEL, and
Tomorrow Night (Sat unlay)
!  - A -GRAND C0NCER11 .,
In the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, to both
Of whioh all *r»l*f|i*t(l.n   • -'
Tickets for to-night, 60 cent!.       ,  -
At the Hall—Admttslon, tfi centt; ! reserved, 75 cents; chlldreni 25 ceuta. ' '
- - dte2it!  .   i .,-. '
ChlUrM Ctjfor^J^r'aCaitgrli
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PKOPHIl'TO^. .
GOOD DRIVING A HIDING HORSEB
for Hire.. Hack, call at all Steamers
and Trains. Special attention flren to
Boarding Hones.   ^*£."'
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.   ..  <
Orden may be lett at the Orsn'of Ma.
then A MllHgan,Comml ........
Front Street, New West
,n,Communion Merchants,
dseglte
PROVINCIAL SBCHETARY'S OFFICE,
SIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
Oovernor hu bwn nliu*d t. mi "
following appointments:
15th September, 1888.
Arthur Campbell Riddle, of Victoria,
Esquire, to be Deputy Provincial Secretary, viceT.Elwyn,deceased.  . t»
Arllfur Campbell Reddle,.of Victoria,
S8«B
one
.... .   By Ohoeb or CopRT.
mENDERS FOR THE PURCHASE OF
Lot »8, Crouf I.,    i
Now Westminster District will be received by the undersignod up to noon on Wed.
■Mday, laiHtk ia.la.t.
Th. highlit or Any tinder not nteiti
aorlly aoceptad.   ...      ,~ s
Airtleulinof Ihe property rosy be had
at the office of llORBOULli a rtecOLL,
Colnmbla Btreet, Row Wutmlniter, B. 0.
By order of Court
dtelKd W. H. FALDING,
TWiM^ffS.?aS**K BBE!'
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
ttSUHRflt^^
nt^   HAIOKstPEiksWON,
Real EaUte, Fin .nil Mfe Insurance
Agenta, Bulk of B. C. Building,onnmlte
Post Offlce, weslmlntter. .  . djeitms
MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
. CHILDREN'S
13-ALL PMCES.tst
Hard ISoftFelt Hats
Litest New York A London Mikei.
MSN'S AND BOYS'
RUBBER  COATS,
J. E. PHILLIPS
OOLUMtlA aTrllfT
ittmtvm
tttmtmmt
ssssn
IW.- ma Wm7. ntwr-..
-TOST RECEIVED
•AT-
i ELLARD * G0.'S
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
,.,:QPPJPSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  ;.
WATCHES, CL0QKS, JEWELM, PLATED WARE, 4C.
...    .      BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
- A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in ate,), rubber, illvar and gel I
frtimu.  The tineit Pebblei mode, |4 per pair; all lights raited.
Special' attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Haviug leariwd tli.
butlnesa thoroughly from ume of the nteit Horologers in Englind, and since then
managed the witch-npiiring department, of a few of tho bcit linni on the continent of America, li a sufficient guarantee ol good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yean, of the well-known firm of Savage 4 Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
MoxiftauL, Dec., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertton, Etq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Comminlonen, uyi: "I never found a Watchmaker who did ao
well forme u you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here today."
, : .Li'..  dwapltto
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL-
SUNDAY HOBR.S.—Morninq, from 8:30 to 11 o'olock.    ..      '
.;':,c;':'. ■' A*-aBK00N,l tb'3 o'clock;   '''''     .,.
Evekino, 6 to So'olook.
ar-PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be pnpued it iny time during
thi night by a oompetant chomlit, -who ileepi on th, prtmUel.   Ring tbl night
HERRINGS  DRUG  STORE,
•el, Telteraph ©tHce,      •   i Colnmbla St.. New Wrislinliister.
<ctw       -T- iiwoeste .        . . '  ., ,,|
f»
*'■■
:vtr»-
' • **-"*      WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERSIN , .       ,
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with all the Doctors in the City; . CaJl-sa
nlliny time and »'• .willTriug your Dootor up for you. _k	
. - ilu»«n8«ailaysfor tlie ulo of Medicine only:—itonsiso, 9 to M),30 o'clock!
Atosunoos, 1 to 3| EvmilKu, 8 to B.•  . _'__ ""'
N.w Wetlululer; B. C, Heil r.l.sUil ■.lei.
OUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT UP.
, dw,U16t»
mm
■■'.'■
central qRoeERyj
HblbrObk Block, Columbia Street.
' '"" ■       '■'''..' -  i   i i . is
dlNCUIB,HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDINO AND WANTS
O   toawaUbUoldcuetomenandlotiof. new onu, u he will »11 tbera ORO. '
CERIEB, CROCKERY, etc,; cheiper thin ever.   All our Ooodt in fint-ellii -
and an being-old ii low u Inferior grialts.   W, itrive aot to miteb, bit to exeU.
'   Just to hand—car of FLOUR, FEED, etc., ot the following bnndi: ■',
Salem-Patent Roller (Americin); dnnBarlan, Strong Bakers (Ogil.
vii'ill tfnmfa,C«ltTOblllBol|*r(SiaaUum^mun)i   . • ■- '•;  t|
Aid'lf youhw. net nnd'th, Brituh Columbia Flour do m >t once had be con-
vinced that It will mak, flrit-olui bread and putry. dwiuitltc
17:1V *b iir*a
' 'no*,
lilV*."  i
E Al^E NQW OPENING QVT OUR, FIRSTTIJ-LIV..   ,
ems of Now Goods''for the coming season.   Amonafc,
thejm-vrfliivfound a very CHOJCIE SELECT'ON ahoVNKVKU
E$T.DfiS.GNSin, |     '.„, ;.'- ,'-";;';)V-"
Black; Colored & Evening Shantes
Dress Goods.
Newest Shades In Pongee Silks and
Muslins.
Laces and Embroideries.       '   "
Hosiery and Underwear.   ;
.,■•.■-.•;■/- i FaiwBF Aoron«.;!;";-'^;;,l
Hotuehold A Table linen. Blankets, Sht)«t» ,
and Quilts. Down Quilts.)C ,„ u ,,r», ^ . '
Waterprooft A Ulsters, jOentlemen's JPiutf-  .
nishlngs. Clothing, Hats, Ties, tfco.
W. St C. WOLFENDEN,
■ _j 1 1 ; i_ia.  7 ",;iy'
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
-jii'n..-'-1.;
Tm<J0LrJiiitui PniKTiria EiTABiaiinaiiiT hai first-clau fiollitie. for
all kindiof OoumtroUlPrinting, gill Htadi LtrtterHltdt. Oi-Milara,
Cartlt, bvtttfN, lllflk F.rr-|of every detcription, PnU*I, OOsMN,
flit* Ua*ti\ A*   Mow will bo found ai low aa at uy other oOo. wae-Ji -
c-^vt-m-*--*.Mks | mtMm mtUk dot*
.\,.J-'^T.r'-J;-«iry,A,rf-i**^-*-*-*>

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