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AILY
70LUME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTER, a 0„ MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1889.
NUMBER 84
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATKINSON,
8AURISTEB, SOLICITOR, 4o. Oflloos-
Mnsonlo Building, Now/Westminster,
1.0. dwto'
W. NOHMM 001,13, O.O.,
J> AltRISTEHAT-LA W, LAND AGENT.
> Monoy lo Loan, offlco—olnrksoii St.,
ew Wostniliistor, Il 0. dto
,.',„:itltl L», »£<»*.*, A .li:*,A»,
BABRIOTEKS, SOLICITORS; olo. om-
ces—Mnsonlo Iitillcliiiijs, Now Wcst-
mlnstor, nnd Vancouver, B. 0.       dwtc
JOSEPH B, UA YNOIt, I1.A..1.L.U.
GOLD MEDALIST ol llio Unlvoralb ol
Dullllu. UAHRIBTKR-AT LAW ol
tlio High Court of Justice, lvelund. Olllaos,
Corner MoKenzlo A Olorksou 8ts., Now
Westminster. dwfcalto
.   B, W, GRANT,
ARCHITECT. Ofilce-Coi-nor Mary and
Clarkson Sts., Wostnilnslor.   uwlo
CLOW A MAC LIKE,
AR0H1TE0T8.    Ollloo-lloom IS. ovor
Bank of 11.0.,ColumbiaStroot.Wost-
mlnstor. dtp
I A
WILLIAM It. KINO,
ROHITECT.SANITARYENUINEER,
.  Ae.  Kcmovod lo Armstrong's Block,
—umbla Street,  Westminster —Room
No.l dtc
rvOM
oTB. 0.
A. If. t'OTTOX.
OMINION AKD PROVINCIAL LAND
BURVEVOIl. Ofllcot Room I). Bank
- bonding, WcBliiilnsler, B. C.
w. norm,,
LAND SURVEYOR AND HEAL ESTATE AOENT. Olllco - Cornor ol
Mary A clnrkson sit., Now V.'ontmlnstoi',
:B.O. dwuiliflto
ii. I'lrnriiRKiii,
EAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
jl*, Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
Public, Ac. Ronta collected. Offloe—McKenzie Street, New WeBtmlnster, B. C.
Jul
T. Je TItAPP,
4 UUTIONEER    AND    Al'IMtAIHEU.
' A   Columbia Streot, New Westminster.
All itommlHslonH will  receive  prompt
.->.nd .-uroful  ultonl-lon.   Best rofereut-es
({Ivou when rf-'iuln-ii. mhia-to
TURNER, BKETOX A, CO.,
MEBCHANTf*. Wharf St., Vlctotla.
Agonls for Nortii Hrltlsh nud Mercantile insurunoo Co, for Malnlnnd. H.
J. Breton A Co., 33 Flnsbury Circus, Lon-
ion, B.0. dto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tbe best makes: CrOSS-CUt A Mand-SaWS,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary IJtenslls for Farmlngi
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Block*, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Onkuini Tarred and Plata Paper for Bulldlngi Paints A Oils
in all colors; Liquid Points in all shades; Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Hull Paper in all. designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubrlcittlng Ollsi Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
ST Special attention given to orders by null.
dwjly3to
T. T. T_&_A_.-_?& SO CO.,
COLUMBIA STBEET, NEW WESTMINSTEB,
I MAJOR & PEARSON
s Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
' VGENTS FOR
** Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
' lloyal mnd Lauvaithlre Flreluinr-
anee Companies.
■. .ota in the City of Vancouver.
)  Porsons wlHiiliij* to buy or Bell eity or
unit properly should communlcato with
'   9.
Office!*: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
osLoftl-'u, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
-'ancouver. dwaplflte
f
I laioesat
RAND BROS.
El.I, ESTATB BROKERS,
Conveyn neeru, Collector..,
And luifnrance Agenti.
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
McKenzie aud'Clarkson SU,
VANCOUVER; Cordova Btreet.
LONDON, EUBlnnd.
BUlIiDINQ LOTS for ■atoJftAU-wiiUnit.
. Vancouver aud Now WeHtiniirsrafcTjity.,
I FARM LANDS of superior jiuallty for
lo  at  Obtlllwhaok, Tort Hammond,
ingley, Matsqui, Human, MuU.Bny,Lud-
ur'H Landing, Lulu Islatid, Nortii And
J' id Pltv. River.
I, Maps and Plana exhibited nndthefull-
YHlnformnUo_-fwr«uhoa»«»nr.i.-.-*.m-.—
i   ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
tlvll Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
^^ • REAL ESTATE,
|( NANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire. Life A Marine Ilir-uruitcc.
Columbia St., - Opp. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
j'ilVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
' J tentlon to all professional orders and
■. uder their serviced to resident1, and non-
-i'jtldenU having City or Country Property
' . dUposo of or desiring profitable lnvest-
* lent,
•■ Our lists of eligible properties aro coni-
l* rehcnslvo and constantly receiving addl*
• ons, and our favorable enstern connec-
|. ons both lu Canada and thu Atlantic
ate!-give ua unusual facilities for bind-
v) Special attention will bo paid to the
X urchaso and inspection of Lumber for
Uilpment to foreign ports.  Tonnage char*
,_ -red and general shipping business trans*
Rpted,
X'.Thanking our friends both at home and
Morood for past favors, we beg to assure
|* Tteiii that no efforts on our part will be
[• mred to justify and maintain thesnmo
pleasant relations. dwaplyl
pacpherson & Thomson
[ Ot Ontario and Marquette, Michigan,
have opened a
.. IN THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
•olumhia Street, » doors Enst
of Telegraph Oflice.,
They havo a oomplcto assortment or
| verytlilnt* usually lountl In n llist-olnss
[ >rug Htore, comprising pure and fresh
| JRU08, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDI0INE8,
TOILET ARTI0LE8,
iNQLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
, Physician,,' proscriptions carefully compounded day and night. fetfdlm
JUST RECEIVED BV
^HELTON A CO'Y
|> A Large Consignment of
1 Walnut Parlor Suites
FHOMIIS.OOTOSMO.00.
108 HASTINGS ST..   -    VANOOUVEB.
dmh21ml
Tennis & Baseball Shoes!
Among the New Goods Just Opened fay
GRANT   &   MACLURE
Columbln Street, Westminster, B. C.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUB STOCK EVEN IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO
buy.   Bon Ton Polish, French Dressing, and several ol the best
kinds o! liOOT-BLACKING on hand,
SS-Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.   , . dwto
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Oivio Ofiticiiiu-.—Mayor, John Hendry;
City Olerk, D. Robson; Cily Treasurer,
Engineer, Ae., A. F.Cotton: Police Magistrate, T. u. Atkinson; Chief Engineer Fire
Department, T. Ackerman' Assistant, W.
W. Dickinson,
Doubt Officials.—Judge of  the Su-
fireine Court, Hon. J, F. Mcorolghti Regis-
rat, W. H. Falding; Sheriff, W.J. Armstrong.
Pbovinoiai, Officers. — Oovornment
Agent,Chas. Warwick; Reglstrnrof Titles,
R. W. Armstrong: Supt. of provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. I. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jas. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas. Digby; immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
D. Ferris; RokIsIinr of Marriage Licenses,
W. J. Armstrong.
Dominion Officials.—Postmaster, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. s. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. McBride;
Dominion Land Agent, II. B. W. Alkmnn;
Crown Timber Agent, T. S. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
REPRKeKNTATiVES.-Bonntor, Dr, T R.
Molnnes; Houso of Commons, Donald
ChUholm; Provlnolal Legislature, Capt,
W. N. Bolo, Q. 0.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
J.    tS.   M A. 1W i-BOlSPs
MERCHANT    TAlLOE,
Colnmbin Street, -,, New Westminster.
Grand Display of Millinery
-AT THE-
GLOBE HOUSE
Wednesday, April 3rd.
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS. Mn-. w-, r-,-.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
__.C5*E3KTTS.
orriaBs.
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^^eSIe^tT
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA ANO
ABBOTT 8TREETS.
—A*n>-
ANOERSON BLOCK.
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. -m cannon »t
MAILS Cl<OSE AND ARRIVE.
OIiOBB
For Can. pao. Ky, -Dally (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.S-J, mid ou Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) nt 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S, Oflt>
ees—Monday, 18.45! Tuesday, 12.81); Wedr
nesday, 12.30; Thursday, 0.U0 A 12.80; Friday, 12.80; Saturday, 11.80 A 12.80,
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlb!*-Dally (except Bun-
ay) at 8.15 A 12.80.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 13.45; Thursday and Saturday,
6.30.
For Clover Valloy, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For Elgin and Mud Bay—{Saturday, 12.45,
For Plumper's Puhh—Saturday, 0.30,
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
•DTJ-ffl
From Can. Pac, Uy.—Dully (oxcopt Saturday) at 14.18. -
From Victoria-Monday, 1); Wednesday
and Friday, 10; Tuns lay, Thursday aud
Saturday, 12.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dally (oxcept Sunday) at 16; and on Tuesday; Thursday
and Saturday lulditloual) at 12.80.
From LadiWs Landing and Lulu Island
—Monday,!); Wednesday A Friday, Iff.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairio and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 16,
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Friday, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mail)--Saturday,
POST OFFICE HODRSl
General Delivery from 9 to II) (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays; Oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays und Fridays—
except when mails are being sorted.
Money Order a Savings Bank.—Dally
—9 a, m. to 4 p. ra., aud from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evening-',
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold ln compel itlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royai. BAkino Powdkr Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York, 3fely
FOR  SALE.
l DRUGGIST'S BTOOK OP DRUGS,
A Patent Medicines and Snndrles.-
Apply lo HENRY V. E OMONDS.
TO RENT.
CANNERY AND SALTERY situated
on Subdivision Lois 5*0 ot LotH,
Land Agent.
SECOND-HAND.
ivn TUBES, If/, I*J. DIAMETER,,!__[
TO   feet ions/and SMOKE STACK, aS
foet ions.   Apply to EWENAC0.
Mnrch SO, 1880. d*uh21to_
lv_ISSI02**T
SERVICES
I J-.F THE OHUROHOP ENGLAND will
} ( ) bo held by the Bishop ln tho ODD-
I FELLOWS' HALL,
F Every Sunday Evening
L Until Inrthor notico, •
*'   inihllto aum. o'clock.
Farming Lands fi Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
tn central portion of tho oity; several
buildings bring good rent-3*22,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
66x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front StH.-$0.000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 83x00 foet—
94,000,00,
Also—Lot and Building with stoek of
Goods, one of the best business stands
in the oity.
Plants for Sale!
IH Great vabikty, Including,
Iii riERANIUMS, Doublo and Single; FU-
' V» OHIAS, all now varieties; ROSES,
: Doublo PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS;
fwa fine collection of DAHLIAS (named
■ varieties), ANNUALS, 25 ots, por do-.
Mined BEDDING PLANTS, 11.50 per dos.
OUTFLOWERS Ior salo.
dwap'yl P. LiTUAM.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lob 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—{4,600.00.
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col.
umMa-tl250.00.
Lota 4, 5 ft 0, Block 10: g°°d houso,
garden', &c.;.choice residence property
-«S,250.00.
Corner Lot on Oolumbia St. I fenced and
cleared-JlBOO.OO.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences in tho city—|7,
000.00.
Bouse and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas st. -teywo.oo.
House and 3 Lots, corner lloyal Avenue
and St. Patrick's St.; no "bettor rest,
dense site in th. city—910,000,00.
I acre, with 7 houses, near the Park—
(6,000.00.
:f.  -r^-jk-Ti-Eim
Manufacturer of A Dealer in
Marble and Granite!
Monuments, Headstones,  Mantles ond
Furniture Marlilo furnished nt
llcasonablo Prices,
Designs upon application,   A trial solicited. Satisfaction guiirnntoed,
Oppcnbelnior St., cor. Columbln Ave.,
Vancouver. II. V. dmhlOml
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot l; Block 28; corner lot on Agnes St.;
lino rosldonce site-$1500.00,
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue- -$500.00 each,
Lota on Montreal, Douglas and Hall-
! fax Sts., nsw Clinton St.; fine views
and well sltuatod-t3oO.OO, (375.00,
(500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton•••
(300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-.
(250.00.
Lots on Pclham St., near Mary—(600.00
oach.
Lot on Pelham .St., near St. Andrew's;
fine site-(500.00.
Lot on St. John's St.; noar Melbourne—
' (350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square-$300.00.
Lots in. Block fronting on North Am
road; finest chance In the market fo)
residence or speculation—(125.00 U
(175.00.
Lota in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Block
12-W0.00 to (125.00.
Lot, in Subdivision of-Lot 17, sub-Block
lfl—(160.00 each.
Lota in Westminster Addition at (15,00
to (60.00.
d-mutf
.     SO    OO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND*—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Ileal Estate,
—AGENTS FOR—
london Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insnrance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Asiar
ance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce, Id. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWMHTl
, SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Major Powell states that material
has been gathered showing 73 different stocks of languages and nearly
800 dialects among the Indians of
NorthAmerica,
The magnificent stalactite cave
lately discovered near Beclere,
Switzerland, is estimated to be
about a mile long, 2000 ft. broad,
and 10 to 60 ft. high.
Ih somo of tho Indian villages of
British Guiana Im Thurm noticed
many tamed animals—suoh as parrots, macaws trumpeters, monkeys,
toucans, etc.—which were used as
currency to adjust balances in the
bartering between tho different
villages.
In a length of only 78 miles, a
railway on tho Frenoh Island of
Rqnnion has four tunnels aggre-
gaHni! nearly soven miles, with
many deep outtings and highembank-
menfs, 43 large bridges*,* inoluding
one of 1610 feet and one of 1312
feot; together with 200 bridges and
culverts of less than 33 feet.
I'Vomentine, a new alimentary
substance consisting of the embryo
of wheat reduced to flour, is said to
contain three times more nitrogenous substance than meat, and a considerable proportion of sugar. It is
suggested that it may advantageously replace powdorcdy meat as a
concentrated food.
It appears that the lover of mushrooms is in danger not only from
poisonous speoios but from a poisonous stato of the edible kinds, In
Switzerland several cases of poisoning from dried mushroom have led
to the conclusion that poisonous
ptomaine-like substances may be
developed in edible mushrooms by
sligl-t putrefactive changes.
Frejevalsky's last work describes
the remarkable effects Of the wind
on the soil of the deserts of Central
Asia. Not only art sand and dust
blown about, but sometimes smaller
gravel ia lifted into the air, while
larger stones are rolled over the
ground. In one case stones as
large as a man's list had lodged in
the hollow of a rook, and whirled
arouhd until one had worn through
two feet of sandstone.
A new principle for keeping
plants through the winter without
artificial heat is applied in Regent's
Park, London. Glass-bottomed
tanks about three inohes deep are
so arranged that all light and heat
must reach the plants through a
thin layer of water. The water
exercises great control over the temperature, protecting the plants from
CACCssivu 'leav 111 auiniufti.       *'
A New Spy.—It is an interesting
fact, whioh might become important
iu the caso of war, that the telephone furnishes a simple and ready
means of intercepting secret telegraphic dispatches withont theknow-.
ledge of the operators. All that is
necessary is to run a wire parallel
with the telegraph line for a short
distance, when the currents induced
in this wire as the message is sent
reproduce the signals in the telephone. The plan is attended by
one difficulty, which is that the
signals would become a confused
medley of sounds if dispatches were
transmitted simultaneously from
both ends of the line. The matter
has attracted the attention of the
Austrian government.
Savins Tin.—About one-sixth of
the tinned iron plate consumed in
the manufacture of cans and other
articles is left as scrap. The tin
being valuable and the supply limited, many attempts have been made
to recover it from this scrap, but it is
only within a few months that the
saving of the metal has reached tho
importance of a regular industry.
Mr. Alfred Sambotte, of Brussels,
now has in successful operation experimental works capable of treating 4,000,000 pounds of tin scrap
yearly. By his process the tin is
converted into stannic chloride, for
which the silk industry makes
ample demand. The separation is
effected by placing the scrap in a
high tower, and passing over it a
slightly heated ourrent of dry
chlorine diluted with uu inert gas.
In the diluted Itate the chlorine
unites with the tin without attacking the iron,.which is left free, and)
being of good quality, is readily put
touse.
Vabibties op Taste-Nerves.—
"There exists a mistaken notion,"
says Dr. Andrew Wilson, "that the
tongue is the sole organ of taste,
just as tho idea, natural hut erroneous, is extant that it is necessary
for purposes of speech. At a matter of foot, taste i. as largely resident in the palate as in the tongue,
while numerous cases are on record
in which porsons who have suffered
the loss of the tongue have been
able to speak with clearness. Recently a proof was given of the widespread nature of the taste sense in
the mouth. In a patient from
whom the tongue had been very
completely removed, it was found
that sensations of sweet, sour and
bitter nature were still present
Curiously, too, no sense of salt-
taste remained. These facts would
almost seem to prove that varioui
parts of tongue and palate are set
apart for the appreciation of different 'tastes.' This idea supports tho
fact that the tongue possesses on its
surface papillae or taste-organs of
different shapes and sties. It il
consistent to assume that tuch variations in the ends of the nerves of
taste imply variation! of their
function*"
BOILER EXPLOSION.
The Explosion of a Boiler Besults
ln Fatally Injuring Four.
Workmen.
A Serious Bailway Accident Hear
Chicago Fortunately Besults in
Only One Death.
Hon. J. H. Pope's Will is Opened.--
Bufus Pope Gets the Bulk of
the Property.
UYNAM1TEH8   ABKAIONBO.
New Yoke, April 8.—Thorass Bear,
don and Patrick Close, alleged dynamiters, who aro supposed to have made
tho attempt to blow up David Stevenson's brewer; on Fortieth-street, lut
winter, were arraigned before Judgo
Martin this morning and held in (5000
bail for trial. Both pleaded not
guilty.
BUII.II1KOS BURKED.
Bottb,Mok., April 8.—Bsfljf this
morning a fire destroyed Fishers restaurant, the St. Louis restaurant and
four saloons. All the buildings were
frame and were speedily consumed.
DBOW-IED.
San Fkancisco, April 8.—Peter
Gross, a young printer, foil off a sail
boat whilo on a pleasure trip around
the Bay yesterday, and was drowned.
NO NEWS.
Washinoton April 8.—No notification of the sinking of the U. S. Peno-
acola, iu dock at Norfolk, nor the damage to tho Simpson dry-dock at the
same place, has been received at the
navy department.
FOUR  KILLED.
Junction Citv, Ky.—Croft's sawmill, near this city, was wrecked by a
boiler explosion this morning. Chester Hughes, Jack Sheets, A. L. Hurly
and Samuel Morris, wero killed.
EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY.
Washinoton, April 8.—The President to-day exercised the Executive
clemency in the case of Wm. Woods
and Henry Miller under sentence of
death for murder iu Aikansas. In the
Wood's case pardon was granted.
Miller was respited until Friday, Juno
ABMV  CHANGES.
Washinoton, April 8.—The Secretary of war has issued an order transferring, by direction of the President,
the state of Wisconsin from the department of the East to department of Dakota. By direction of the President
the new military post near Denver,
Colorado, will be railed Fort Logan,
in honor of General Logan.
SERIOUS  ACCIDENT.
Ohioaoo, April 8. — Four rear
coaches of an incoming train were
thrown from the .track yesterday by a
defective s'witoh,' between Colchester
and South. Chicago. The cars were
violently thrown against several eil
totonYaWo-TWa■oJ°o**D*e# vWr.
more or less seriously injured. Tbe
train whioh consisted of three express
cars, three emigrant oars, a smoker
and two passenger coaches and a pull-
man sleeper, was runnimj; very fast at
the time of the accident, as it was late
and making up time. As tho train
was passing over the switch near the
Standard Oil Company's tank, the
seventh coach was suddenly derailed
and shot diBgnolly across the street,
while the car just behind was thrown
in the opposite direction against the
oil tanks. The entire side af the car
was smashed into a mass ol iron and
splinters. Both ears were filled with
people, who shrieked with terror aa
they were dashed helplessly into the
wreckage. The forward end of the
pullman car was stove in, while the
rear car was derailed. The passengers
on these cars merely suffered a serious
shaking up,
HOME AGAIN.
New York, April 6.—Ex-president
Cleveland and party returned from
Cuba this morning, looking in the
best of health.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, April 6. —The will of the
late Hon. John H. Pope has been
made public. HiB possessions, it seems,
did nut exceed $350,000. His stock
farm, together with the thorough-bred
horses and oattle valued nt $125,000,
are left to hit only son, Rufus Pope,
with a crish bequest of 960,000. To
Mrs. Ives, his only daughter, he left
935,000 and 5,000 acres of land including his gold mining property. To his
male grand-children he left 910,000
each, to be invented for their future
benefit. The balance of his fun line
he bequeathed to his wife as residuary
legatee, Mr. Rofu-i Pope, his si-n,
will becomo a candidate for the re-pro*
Ht*n tat ion of Cumpton.
The Ooverumeiit hns deciOud to
build the link of 120 miles to complete
the short Canadian Pacific Railway
line iu New Brunswick, the Cutindian
Pacific Railway agreeing to operate it.
Tito Canadian Pacific Railway d- clined
to build it bucauso it had given no
pledge tu ciifi»truct the section required by tho lower province. The members uf the Opposition will object to
this aud it is likely to prolong tho session,
Mr, Colby has been promised the
Speakership in Parliament and it is believed that the contest for the succes*
sorthip to the late Mr. Popo rests between Mr. Ives, his son-in-law, and
Mr. Hall, M. P.
The littiilatlvc ihrares*
Following is the full list of the publio and private measures which received the "royal assent" on Saturday last,
and take their place among the provincial statutes as the legislative crop of
the third session of tho fifth parliament of British Columbia: An act
respecting summary proceedings before justices of the peace- an aot to
provide recognition in this provlnoe of
probates and letters of administration
granted Id the United Kingdom and
elsewhere; an act to amend the law relating to municipalities, an act to
■mend election regulations; an act to
amend the publio schools aot; an aot
for the preservation ot publio roads;
an not to appeal sections 10 and 11 of
the magistrates' aot (consolidated acta
1888;) an aot to amend tho charitable
associations aot; an aot to incorporate
tho Anglican synod of B. 0., an aot to
amend theNew Westminster act; an act
respecting the professions of medicine
and surgery; an act to prevent trespass
ou enclosed lands; an act to incorporate theNew Westminster & Vancouver
Short Lino Railway Company; an act
to incorporate the Vancouver Street
Railway Company; an act to amend
the New Westminster Southern Railway act: au act to incorporate the National Electric Tramway and Light
Company; an act to incorporate the
Canadian Western Cential Railway
Company; an aot to incorporate the
Victoria Lumber & Manufacturing
Company; an aot to incorporate the
Brockton Point Athletic Club; an act
to incorporate the Columbia and Kootenay Railway & Navigation Company;
anact to amend the game protection aot;
an act to amend the oity of Victoria
official act; an aot to amend jurors aot;
an aot to amend an act to aid in the
development of quartz miues; an aot
to amend the licenses act; an act to
enable the trustees of the Royal Columbian Hospital to sell certain lands;
an act to amend tbe Vanoouver incorporation aot; nn act to amend the companies aot; an aot to provido a grant
to the corporation nf New Westminster, for railway and other purposes,
of a portion of the public lands on Lulu Island; an act to amend the mineral
act; an aot to authorize the granting
of a lnnd subsidy to the Columbia &
Kootenay Railway Company; an act
to grant oertuin lands for charitable
fmpuses; an act to authorize and faci-
itate the aalc of the Bite of the Royal
Hospital, with buildings; an act to
amend th? assessment act; an act to
amend the medical act; an act to
amend tbe mechanics' lien act; an act
to authorize the granting of a certain
land subsidy for and in aid of the
Canadian and Western Central Railway; an act to amend an act to provide
an official stenographer for the supreme and county courts—38 acta in all,
- ■' ' •■*•■• —
Mining In Alaika.
Two hundred and forty stamps pound
away incessantly and the Treadwell
mine still continues in her monthly
shipment of about 9150.000. The
mine produces steadily from 500 to 600
tons of ore daily, and is in shape to
produce that amount steadily for the
next quarter century to come.
The Silver Queen shaft is now down
about nine feet, showing a six inch
vein in the bottom. The vein is
steadily increasing in width as depth
ia gained. A Bample of the ore assayed 9650 to the tnn. Recent assays
made on the concentrates from this
vein gave returns of 95,871 per ton.
In the Glacier location, the first
above the Silver Queen, are three
parallel veins, of respective distances
of fifty feet apart, all showing rioh
ore. The foot wall vein is about
eighteen inohes in width, of shipping
and concentrating ore, and can be
traced by surface croppings throughout the entire length of the surface
ground. The centre vein carries an
average width of from 3_ to 4 feet, a
fifteen foot tunnel on the vein showing up a breast of three feet of 9125
is the Ascension, a twtrt."." »****""•—.-,
showing up a four foot vein of corf*
centrattng ore. A cross-out tunnel,
upon whioh work will be resumed
shortly, has been started, which when
completed, will tap the vein about 150
feet deep.
Lying parallel with the Ascension is
the Emma, a short location, thowing
two well defined veins of average width
from 3i to 4 feet.
Lying next to the Emma is the Ool-
conda, the discovery olaim of the basin. The first ort broken from the
croppings of the centre vein gave assay
returns of 91,070 per ton, A ten foot
tunnel on the centre vein near the
lower ond line shows up a fine body of
high-grade oro from which much
shipping ore could be selected.
FOR MERRY ENGLAND.
Boulanger and His Festive Party
Leave for Herr; England
in a few Days.
A Jaek the Bipper has Commenced
Operations Near Hamburg.—A .
Boy the First Victim.
Boulanger's Trial will lie Commenced by the Senate Tribunal
on Friday Next.
GOING TO ENGLAND,
London, April 8.—General Boulanger and his party are. expected to
arrive during the week. This move
is understood to be intended to forestall the almost certain espulslon Ir/
the Belgian government
A TEEEIBLE CRIME.
Bambubo, April 8.—This city wsi
startled to-day by the news of a revolting crime commuted last night A
boy named st-jlufc»n, who m., travelling over night on one of the roads that
led to the suberbs of Hamburg, was
found murdered this morning, and bis
corpse mutilated in a shocking manner.
The throat was cut, and the abdomen
ripped and omptied of its contents.
The boy's genital organs are also missing.
aktiboulangist demonstbation.
Pabis, April 8.-The Mot D'Ordre
asserts that Gen. Boulanger hu been
order to quit Belgium. A banquet of
the general's adherents was. held at
Rouen last night and the anti-Boulan-
eiat feeling of that oity manifested itself in violent attacks upon those
known to symyathize with the general;
also upon the banqueters on leaving
the hotel where tbey had gathered.
The Btreets were filled with a riotous
mob until midnight when the polio,
restored order. As far as is known no
one wss seriously injured, though several persons were roughly used while
the disorder lasted.
boclanoeb's tribunal
Pabis, April 8.—The first meeting
of the French Benate as a tribunal to
try Boulanger will be held on Friday
next.
VICTORIA^ NEWS.
Fire .1 Dallu Farn,..-Tke Tin's Utctl
of lent  Skl«s.—T»e s. I.
Breaks Her Propeller.
Bpeolal to he Columbian.
Victoria, April 8.-A fire on
Dallas farm Saturday night des*
troyed a large quantity of hay
and straw. The property belongs to
W. G. Bowman.
Caroo & Munsie have received il Ior.
mation that their'schooner Viva ns.
four hundred and fifty seals skint.
The Northern Pacifio office in city,
whioh has been closed since the split
-■Mi the O. R. & N. Co., will be re-
"-,*l«M*»4'»*-4-~:
this morning for the Sound, She has
on board a number of oars for the
Seattle Eleotrio Railway.
The Mexico sailed for San Franoisoo
this afternoon.
As the Islander was leaving for
Vancouver yesterday morning, she nn
against a rock at the entrance of the
harbor breaking two blsdes of her propeller. She made the round trip, but
at considerable less speed than usual.
Harris.. ■«. .prlai N.le,.
HiB Hon. Lieut.-Governor Nelson
and suite have engaged apartments at
St. Alice Hotel and an eipected to
arrive st the springs in a few days.
Venerable Archdeacon. Forth-, of
Winnipeg, held morning and evening
services at the springs yesterday. A
large congregation, composed of hotel
guests and residents of the valley, attended.
Seventy-five acres of land are being
cleared in the vioinity of the hotel,
which is a deoided improvement in
every respect.
His Honor Lieut.-Governor Schultz
expresses much pleasure at tbe rapid
growth and improvements of the
springs. His honor will probably refer Bumo time.
Following guests are registered at
St. Alice Hotel:—A. Leishman, E.
P. Jullen, F. Raith, New Westminster; Mr. Campbell, Winnipeg; Geo.
Inwuod, Vancouver; Chas. K. Short,
St. John, N. B; P. H. Gossip, Min-
noapoliB; John Morris, Vancouver;
Jas. Allen, Nanaimo; Lieut.-Governor
Schultz and Mrs. Sohults, Manitoba;
Ven. Archdeacon Fortin, Winnipeg,
Hon. Walter R. Bowen, Winnipeg,
J. D. Carscaden, Winnipeg, D. Waitt,
Vancouver, Mrs Dr. Beokingsale, Vancouver, John Hankin, Vancouver, H.
Kipp, Chilliwack, J. R. Malteaon,
Winnipeg, Miss 1. Hepburn, Kootenay,
John Hepburn, Kootenay.
Alter lev« Yean.
The steamer Maude arrived early
this morning from the north. She had
on board an Indian who is charged
with a murder committed seven years
ago. The murdered man shot the wife
of the man now held in custody—but
not fatally—and the husband immediately ihot her assailant dead. He
then mad. his escape, and the officer,
have only now succeeded in arresting
him. The accused was taken at once
to the provincial jail, and will appear
for trial in a few days under the Speedy
Trials Aot— Saturday's Colonist.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
A clergyman of tbo diocese of Montreal has fallen heir to £20,000 sterling. A portion of the fundi will be
devoted to Northweit mission!!** objects.
About 1,000 settlers arrived at Win*
nipeg Saturday. About 50 were ticketed through to the coast. The balance remain in Manitoba and th.
Northwest.
Albert Romilliere, .-young man living in Quebec suburbs, came to the
police court Friday morning minus on.
ear. His wife held him in . saloon
with another man, and performed the
cannibal act
Hon. Edward Blake .nd B. B. Osier examined Sir Charles Tupper in
connection with the big arbitration between the Dominion government and
Canadian Pacific Railway. Sir Charles
left fcr Winnipeg Saturday evening.
A sensation has been caused by th.
elopement of Alfred 0. Carter, organist of St. Andrew's ohuroh, Peterboro,
Ont, with Miss Annie Graham, one of
the leading lady singers in the choir.
Carter took hit only ohild, a girl of
five, with him and left his wife penniless.
A bold attempt wu mad. to rob th.
express offlce at Indian Head, N. W.
T., Friday night A muked robber
appeared at the wicket and demanded,
at the point of tbe revolver, the eon-
tents of the money drawer, in which
were three packages. Night operator
Ross went to the drawer and pulled
out a revolver instead of tho money,
at the *ame timo blowing out the
light The robber fired at Ross, who
returned the fire and followed the
robber to the platform, where he escaped in the darkness. A tecond bullet fired outside pierced the operator's
hat. The mounted police are on th.
trail.
T. Argyle arrived from Rooky Point
today ud reports thst . number of
Indians are searching along the coast
for the bodies of a crew lost in last
Monday's gale. The lost nstives,
thirteen in number, left Pott Angelea
in . sohooner on a soaling oruiso. The
vessel was lost in the Straits with all
hands. The name ol tho sohooner ta
not known. Tho vessel wu owned by
Indians.—Times.
Great Eaas.—The dinornis, of
New Zealand, and the epyornii, of
Madagascar, were among the existing birds until so recent a period
that it hai sometimes been doubted
whether they are yet extinct. Joljr
states that the height of the latter
wu about 16 feet, while It* egp
were equal in capacity to six os-
trioh eggs, to 148 hens' egg*, or to
80,000 humming birds' eggi. On*
of the eggs measured at Toulouse
was 20 inches long and 9 inohes
wide, with a shell from 1 to 2 lines
thiok; and it oould contain nearly
2 gallons ot water, A still larger
specimen has been described by
Saint-Hillairo. An egg of tie dinornis measuring 10 and 7 indue ii
recorded. *
Chil^nJL^y, fvPHchar' i Catrtoria
:,-■ I IV •!''■■'
' i    man sienlxn.-
f,|"<4-io lf»!i THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
t-OBLUUEU
Every IfttroMi eivttt t.t.ti-1-i),
bt ran
•ICKl_T-N--mX>Y       BROTHKBB,
At their Steam   Print tnn Establish-
meat, Columbia Btreet.
HY   MAIL;
For 13 momiit........ ss 00
ITor 6 mohths*4„«...- 4 25
For 8 months „ » a 25
DBUYBBBDJIN THB OITY:
Por 12 months 410 00
For 6 monthi-.-.-.,. ..„ -....  6 25
Per month.............. -.      «0
itorveek.;,-...      35
Payment in all oases (except for weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
limaeil every Wednekd-iy Horning.
1 ellvored In the City, per year, 83.00
vlailed, per year  2.00
■tailed, 0 months. 1.26
§«UB British Columbian
Monday Evenlai. April 8. 1*89.
The World makes a good feugges-
tion, editor!ally, iu its issue of Saturday (which by the way, appeared
first in The Ooujmhian, in an article on the coming exhibition, last
fall), to the effect that, as the governor-general is expected to visit the
Pacific province tins fall, arrangements should be made for Mm to be
present and opon the exhibition.
It is stated that his exeollency will
visit British Columbia somo time in
September. As the date of the provincial -oxhibiiion -i« not yet Uxod,
we would suggest that those having
the matter in hand should communicate with the proper parties and
ascertain, as nearly as possible, the
exact date when Lord Stanley and
Buite maybe expected to arrive in
the province, how long the vice-regal
party are likely to remain, and also
as to the route, laid out and the
places to be visited first. There are
two points to be considered: It is
very desirable, in the first place, to
take advantage of the governor-general's expected visit to have his presence and prestige at the opening of
the exhibition. In the second place,
it is necessary, or, at least, expedient, that not too early a date
should be fixed for the exhibition, so
as to give time for the maturing and
harvesting of all products of the
soil. Last year the provincial show
was held iu the first week of October, This was quite early enough,
for the reason mentioned above.
Owing to tho rather than usually
early spring this year, a slightly
earlier date might do for tho exhibition than lust year. The directors
of the agricultural association will, no
doubt, tako these different points
into consideration, and we trust they
may be successful in fixing such a
date for tho exhibition as shall meet
all requirements and best further the
success of the show. Now that there
is a very good prospect of having
tho governor-general to open the exhibition in person this fall, there is
all the more inducement to work for
a grand aft'air all along the line.
Everyone should co-operate to this
end.
The Sentinel fa crying out for rail-
nt-m—un. _s-i*g*g*fiTfn   *-**j****mnw-rtW-TWWJ
policy" motion was unfortunately
"dumped overboard," It also com-,
plains that provincial legislation is
"centered almost entirely in the interest of Victoria, Vancouver, and
Westminster." Our cotemporary
adds: "The Sentinel does not object
to those cities deriving all the. benefits possible by legislation in their
behalf, but it does object to the
almost entire lack of intereat on the
part of our legislators to the needs
of the interior. The inland country
should be developed, and the first
step to uid in its development is the
liuildinu of railway lines. True, we
have the through line, which affords
us on opportunity of going east or
■.vest! but beyond that we have no
adequate means of taking intending
settlers to various parts of the interior suitable for settlement, consequently tho lauds, are lying waste
and the strera of human tralllc goes
past .our doors to tho coast—and
even farther. This should not be,
and to a considerable extent would
be prevented had we a system of
branch railways on the mainland
such as has been proposed. The assets of the province consist mostly
in its lands,timber und minerals. Tho
j no vi nee is an interested party in
the development of these and would
be justified in borrowing monoy for
that purpose. Lying idle, these as-
sets am worth nothing. The Sentinel continues: "We need the Shu-
swap «fc Okauagun railway; a, line of
railway from llevelstoko to Lower
Kootenay; a linn to Cariboo, starting
from some point in the interior nt
present touched by the C.P.H.; and
weare willing that Vancouver Island
should lmve ita railway extended to
its utmoot northern limit It will
cost no more to build these- roads
now than it will at a future time.
Tf not provided for this year or
next year, they will be in the following year, because thoir necessity
is apparent, and the oountry demands their promotion." Who will
deny, that this is the railway age,
pre-eminently? There are not-
wanting indications that the provincial general elections, next year,
will be fought out largely on rait*
way issues,
•*^^r*wm**m*mmtt*mmm*m.
There is a substance which is invisible, which has neither odor not
taste, aud iit foot possesses no quali
ties « , matter except weight and
bulk, Bays the Journal of Chemistry.
This is the gas nitrogen, which constitutes four-fifths of the atmosphere
which surrounds us.   It is apparently ft dead and inert1 form or mani*
festaifott- of matter, and yet is per-
baps on* of the most important and
■useful   of   the  elements, and if it
should vanish from the universe life
Would cease to exist,  thisnpparent
wrado-ifeetfplttined by the fact than
by its romhination with other elements the remarkable characteristics
0* Ditrogtn vn awakmed <oto ac
tion. The gas is neither poisonous,
corrosive, explosive, nutritious, nor
medicinal; but combined with carbon und hydrogen it forms tbo deadly
prussic acid; with oxygen and hydrogen, the strong corrosive nitric
acid; with hydrogen aloue, the
strongly basic alkali' ammonia; with
carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, the
terrible explosive nitroglycerine;
and with tho same elemonts in vary
ing proportions, it forms the albuminoids, the gelatines, the glutens, and
othor strength-giving elements of our
food, or the indispensable medicinal
agents, quinine, morphine, atropine,
veratrine, cocaine, and many others.
Although nitrogen is tasteless, it
forms an indispensable part of tbe
flavors of the peach, plum, apricot,
and other delicious fruits, as well as
coffee, tea, chocolate, and tobacco.
Without smell, it is found in many
of tho most powerful and delicious
perfumes, us well as iu tho nauseating odors of putrefaction. Present
iu immense quantities in the air, it
furnishes littlo or no support to
vegetation, but combined with other
elements tho amount present in the
soil determines its fertility and the
amount of crops that may he raised
upon it. Colorless and invisible,
nearly every dyostuft' or coloring
matter known contains it iu greater
or less proportion. Harmless and
powerless by itself, when combined
with another non-explosive gas, chlorine, tt forms the most powerful explosive known, of whioh a ray of
sunlight is sufficient to arouse the
terrible destructive power. Aud
yet, notwithstanding the pre-eminent
importance of this element in the
affairs of life, there are but few of its
combinations whioh we can form
directly. Millions of tons of nitrogen are all about us, but not a grain
of morphine or theine, gelatine or
albumen, aniline or naphthaline, can
wo make from it. Only the mysterious vital force working in the natural laboratory of the vegetable
and animal organism can build up
most of these molecules from thoir
ultimate elements, and place tho
atoms of nitrogen in their proper
position like the beams or stones of
a building. Our wonder at the marvelous powers displayed by these
organisms is none the less when wc
sec what simple, common, and uncharacteristic elements are used by
them in making up their wonderful
products, and we can only say that
it is a part of tho great and unsolu-
ble mystery of life. Neither can we
explain satisfactorily from a chemical standpoint tho properties and
reactions of this strango element.
By itself it is nothing, but united
with other elements, somo almost
equally inactive, the combination
thus produced manifests the most
powerful and positive chemical and
physical properties. It is like tho
springing into life of dead matter,
but there is no system of chemical
philosophy which can give a reason
why it* is bo. It is the part of the
chemist to observe and record the
facts connected with the properties
of different forms of matter, and in
time we  may from^these facts con-
hension of the phenomena of the
universe. There are about as many
things in heaven ond earth still undreamt of in our philosophy as there
wero in Shakespeare's time, and the
further we advance toward the end,
tho more tho field widens and ap
pears to be of illimitable extent.
HARDWARE
mttrM^tLnmn he
ESTABLISHED 18)1
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
WANTED.
4
GOOD 8TOIJT BOY TO LEARN THE
.   I'Hltlnt! business.—Apply at
■ mbUlto CITY BAKERY.
Time Table!
,&_______• THE STEAMER
y*S*R0BERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVE!-* WESTMINSTER mrNANAI-
liiii direct every Wrtliicmluy ut 7 a.m.
Leaves Nat-mini*- fnr Comox evory Thursday at 7 a. in, Itniiinis to Nanaimo bn
Friday.
Leaven Nanaimo for Westminster overy
Snturdny nt 7 h. in.
LEAVES WBSTMINSTEn tor NANAI-
mo every Ninulny nt 7 a. in.. touching
nt Vancouver and nil lt)t'<rni-'dt:if*> lwrtH.
Returns to' Westminster Hominy.
For Frelirlit and Passenger Utiles apply
toT. Ij. BRIGGS, Agent C. I*. N. Co.,or to
tlio I'm.-itun board
dmhlte WM. ROGERS, Master.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
QUEEN'S Horn Block    ■    NewWestmimtis
A CHOICE LINE OK
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowrJ'rs
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes cnro*
fully dispensed from puro Drug*-.
Sil-jlil Utll nUfndmicc, dnpllc
fi1vii"^RD.
o. ar* st. oo.
The Pine First-Class
Str. William Irving
WH1 Loavo the-O. .. Jf. Co.'/- Wharf,
Tuesday.Thursday S Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOIl CHIUIWMtK AM WAY PORTS.
HelnrnliiK Every
Wednesday, Friday •& Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers she
will proceed to HOPE anddpsncli
occasions will loavo her whirl
atlil. m.
Connecting with IlieO. P.N. C'o.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manas'.--.
T,,L. BRIOOS, Asent,
New Westminster.        ilnpllc
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
ISIPORTER OP
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OP
mA\U SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS l'OR
iron Cornice Work, Gas-fitting,
Pliimblug, Roofing, &c.
iTonoa..,
To Steamboat Proprietors!
VOU ARE REQUESTED TO TAKE
Y notico that this Company Is driving
piles In the Fraser River lor bridge foundations, about ono mile below Mis-ion
Htallon, and this notice Is given In order
to prevent damage to thcBB piles or to
steamers passing up and down tho river.
II. AIloOTT,
General Superintendent
Canadian Paolflo Railway.
Vancouver, B.O.,  __ ,_„_.,
21st March, 18B8. dmbOtU
BUGGIES!     RUGGIES1
ANOTHER CARLOAD
Dissolution of FartnersMp.
Mcdonald bros.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN tho parnershlj) heretofore existing
between Roderick Charles McDonald and
Joseph Mark McDonald, under the name
and style ot McDonald Bros., hns been
this dav dissolved by mutual consent and
In future tho business of thesaid Arm will
be carried on hy Joseph Mark McDonald
who will be accountanle for all the debts
of ihf* Arm nnd who Is hereby empowered
in receive and glvo n good discharge for
till debts duo to the firm.
MCDONALD.
j. m. Mcdonald.
Witnossi-JoHRMlE. Gaynor.
Dated at Now Westminster this 23rd day
of March, 1880. drali23tH
TO RENT.
THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
by Foulds-fe Co., In tbe Masonlo and
Odd Fellows' Block, New Westminster.—
Apply to                         WM. McCOLL.
 flnplito	
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Do_ol,V3 Stubbi*, Near
Columbia street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD OF
il-spring ilcLaughlan
wa ca- t-i-EisS
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
sJST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British! Columbia."^*}
dwap-io    X-LeicL cfc Oixr-ri©.
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
F
1RESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All ordors promptly ultended to and
delivered to any partof the city.  dmh28y
TO BUILDERS.
rj'.-iNDERSWir-L BE RECEIVED UP
1 to Op. m. on MONDAY tho Sth Inst.,
for the erection of
live 2'Htorey lii-tnti-Iit-d t'otlnges
on Queen's Avenue.
Plans and specliu-ntlons nt my office.
Thu lowest or uny tender not iiocef-sa-
rlly accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
Now West,, Apll 2,1880. daSUl
hmmiruk ImnT
[Removed from Sum-,., to Vi-rom-l
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flownrs cVr... Volunhln imnnrted
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmh80m» VICTOHIA.B.O.
D. MePHADEN,
Deane's Bsiok Blobk, Cu-imso- Street,
offers for sale
A Full Stoek or Ferry A Co.'s
ISHBH
Field | Garden Seeds
Red, White and Alsike Clover
Seeds.
Timothy, Rye,  Lawn and Blue
Grass Seeds.
AI.SO-FIHST-CLASS STOOK OF
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
COFFEE roasted and ground on tbe premises.
Choice lot of IMPORTED TEAS.
muAll CIooiIh Mild ut lowest prices nnd
delivered free to till parts of the oity,    dto
REMOVED!
I HAVE MOVED ALL MY
I Stock into the Building adjoining Van Volkenburgh's Butcher Shop, where I will hold
daily sales, at lowest cash prices.
A large number of Gales-
Mattresses, also, a number of
English Iron. Bedsteads, which
I will sell at factory prices.
2000 rolls Paper Hangings,
cheaper than the cheapest.
N. 11.—Any parties wishing a
business to hand I am open to
good terms. Come soon as I
wish to dispose of all as soon as
possible.     JOHN E. LORD,
Oolemma Ktiiekt.
N. W., March 15,1S80. dmhisml
Merchant Tailors
Hnve Just Received nn immense Btook
of Imported
Tweeds, Worsteds,
FANCY SUITINCS* FANCY PANTIN08 AND
Which havo .never been equalled In
the city ar.id which they are
prepared to mako up
AT FHCM THAT WILI, ROTflRR RVBI*
THI liKfllN TAILOM
To Compote With.
Style, Fit and Workmanship
'•UAHAMTEED.
49-Call ant) inspect Goods.'*. ,
Oolumbia St.,
Ono Door West of IMoklnson's Butduri
-H"*"       <SB_Wt^f»*f''
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANin-AC-TUItEltS   OP
TIN, C0PPER& SHEET-IRON
*W*-A. *R _*L
WEBSTER'S BLOCK (UP-STAIRS),
Frost Street,   -   New Westminster,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbove line, we respectfully solicit a
share of tho trade, and trust hy careful
attention to orders und moderate charges
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimate!- furnished for Galvanized Iron
Cornice, Rooting, Plumbing, Gns-ilttlng,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ae.
■W-Entrance to promises on Mary St.,
ln rear of Bank of B. C. dwmhtjtu
Valuable Farming Land.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED (WO) ACRES of
the finest Agricultural Lnnd lu British Coliimblu-i sltnnted in New Weslmln-
Mt-r District, within «£•*; miles of Ladner's
Landing, and on what Is known (is the
New Westminster Trunk Road. One hundred ncres hnve been Improved nnd the
farm houses nnd bam (lately erected) con-
tain tin- latest improvements nnd conveniences. There Is nn unlimited supply
of excellent water on the land, obtainable
from wells. Theie nre 12 miles of ditches
for drnlniigd purposes, running down to
tho river. Tho land Is fenced In and there
Is pasture enough for summer and winter
for over 500 head of cattle. Over 120 head
of cattlo now grazing can be had ntavnlu*
atlon,—Apply to
KOMHIEIFK A NIGGIX8,
Roal Eitiilc Brokers,
dmbllml Victoria, B.C.
JUST RECEIVED!
A GREAT VARIETY OF
CHAIRS
FANCY nnd USEFUL,
Rarirrwvm Qiiifac  Vio
TO BE SOLD CHEAP,
CALL AND   GET   PRICES.
ff-lHE BEST STOCK OF BABY BUGGIES
JL ■ on the way ever ordered from New
Went minster.
dop2tc
TO BE SOLD
PRIOE AND TERMS ON APPLICATION.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Bayers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Sranville & Water Sis,, VancouTer
Lot^Blk 34^ 214ixH32.
LoTs, Blk 34,132x132.
[OOKRBB.]
Lot 2, Blk 34,82ixl32,
With 2-storey Residence, Coach House and Cottage Grounds
nicely laid out. Fruit Trees, never-failing Spring of Pure
Water and magnificent view.
H_*This Property faces on Royal Avenue, Mcrrivale and St.
Patrick's Sts., and is in the Bon-ton part of the City.
Apply Dihect, MBH. E3ISM OOLD,
dump __t,o_r___zTL, Jk-v-Bnr_TB.
C. E. WOODS
Laid Susv-yos.
A. G. GAMBLE.
Noissr PUIUD.
Woods, Turner & Sample
LAND SURVEYORS,
IleaJ Estatei Insurucet Financial Agents
AND CONVEYANCERS.
ja.O*-S_TTS   FOB
FIHH.-The Western of Torouto.The Mt-
nn, The City of London, and The Hart-
ford,
L1FK.—The New York Lire Insurance Co.
AOC1DE NT-The Travellers' of Hartford
Land Surveying in nil Its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City auit Suburban LanUa for Sale.
We enn sliowacompleteli-t of desirable
localities.
Farming Landi, improved and iinliu-
prove i, throughout tho district.
Mining and other BtMk bought and
sold.
Money lo Loan on Unit mortgage at
low ratefl.
WOODS, TtltNEK & GAMBLK,
Qffioi, Eluio'i Blook,  •  Columbia Strut
nkw westminster.
d mb 141.**
-j-rTO-rxa-E
HENRY V.EDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIO,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—A»D—
INSUBANOE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA BTREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   •  B.0.
Opp, Pontofflce and next door to the
Bank of British Columbia.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
nt all FAH-ra or THK
-AND—
CITY •' VANCOUVER
AOINTFO-l
The Canada III* Iniiranee Co.,
The lUtlonil Fire Aiiirance Co.,
The Horwlet Union nre Insnrance
Bocletjr.
■sris-Mi, -a-sete-l an IM K-lsl-.l
■csmm.U. KM.-.
ESTABLISHED, A.D,, IBM.
■U.U'1
Chas. McDONOUGH
Front Street, New Westminster.
lllSWOOlf
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kinds of Woolen Go
■tl,AI>V-1l tl>i: CLOTHING.
[JST The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh3otc
.
1/2
o
ui
T_ s
T32j&_.-^r\El IrTO ■EQTJ^.Xj.
Get Our Prices and See the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive abyut the 20th inst. ■
F. C. Strickland & Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
dwno2to
EOYAL CITY
RICHARD 8TREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACITKEKH ANO DEALERS IN
All Kinds of Ronglt and Dressed Lnmlier
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
_isrx> _kxa. icisr-as oar
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
noltklwly
LONDON MAEKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN -SfREICHENBACH,
raucoKssons to w. a townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Httim, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnoljrl
dwnolyl
H. T. READ & CO.
(Masonic Block, Colnmbla Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERA- HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-GUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
-_.       PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
Wo liars on hand a Urge stook of Magnetic Oxtdc Flrc-proof I'll lilt,
will-ranted 02 por ot. puro oxido. So high a grade sold by no other house in tlm oity.
nor Dnrl nu (he year lhat we hnvo opened we hnve materially reduced the ]>t-iuds of
even thing In our line, nnd hope by strict attention to biiKlnc*-*- to receivo a - mtln-
unuce of the public patronnge, noKwly
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
ROBBBT __jktxr,
2&---.28"-TB-l-.0,-Zr-TBBBB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
.l«ltl€lI.TIRAL & All KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
dwitolmo
Spring Stock Complete!
THE LEADING HOUSE IN VANCOUVER FOR
Dress Goods & Millinery
CARPETS, HOUSE FURNI8HINCS,
its'
1:1
Two Large Stores Filled with Novelties inall the above Lines
and at Popular Prices.
AGENTS FOR BCTTERIOK'S PATTERNS in British Columbia.
JarWe have secured the services of a first-class Dress Maker.
<STAll orders promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed.
(Imh21m
Cope tSc "*_To*ul-cls*,
400 to 406 Hastings SI.. Vancouver.
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AHD IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES ami DUES
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia 8treet,       New Westminster, B.C.
BEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.     •
noldwly
C. McDONOUGH,
(IlUNDBOMIS BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
x___u_.x____ x_r
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnnd an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots <ft Shoes, Hats __% Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &<-.
re    do    BOT«'     HUITB.
Groat Variety of Household Articles.   AIso,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
It. ■.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission,  «-_.On><-ri*
from tbe Interior promptly attended to, -IwJeSIr
BRITISH COLUMBIA MEAT MARKET,
Columbia Sts-eist, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Ketail Butchers.
NEAT PUtWBYsMW IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MBAV8 ALWAYS ON HAND.
nrSpsclal lines quoted for th. shipping trade.   Family orders strictly, attended
to.  Hotels will find It to their intorost to place their orders with th. .hov. Um,
dStnoly ■■p
tarn
NOSES MADE TO ORDER.
Warranted to Hold Their Color
and to Wear Forever.
The Art of Alaklng Artificial Ears, Fingers, Teeth and Soft Palates Discussed
by Oue of Its Most Expert and
Experienced Exponents.
"The discovery of xylonito has marked an
era of improvement in the art of making
false noses,'' said a noted Chicago doctor,
who supplies unfortunate people with artificial proboscides when accident or the ravages of disease havo removed that very
prominent feature, to a Mail reporter.
"Beforo that time," ho contiriued, "we
had to make noses out of rubber and paint
them to tho right color. Rubber is not a
flesh color, and when the point began to
scale off the effect was not at all good. A
rummy noso was a beauty beside one that
needed a now coat of paint. But xylonito
can bo mado to tako color very cosily, and
wo get it in all BhadeB of pink, to corre*
. | spond with tho tint of tho face. It Is light
™ und vory hard. It is almost Impossible to
break it. Soo hero," and ho took a blank of
the material and dashed on tho floor with
ull his might. It was not in tho least of*
footed.
" For a noso," said the repairer of facial
damages, 'l wo find out whioh way the flesh
and blood nose naturally curved. Thore isn't
a man living, I suppose, whose noso was cx-
ucily in tho middle of his face. AVo And out
from hiB fiends what his proper nppoar-
uiii-o was, and thon wo malm a wax model
us near liko lifo an we can. A plaster cast
is mado of tho model, and then the blank
, xylonite iB heated bo as io soften It and
pressed into tho mold by an Archimidcan
screw. That forces it into tho proper place,
It ts then polished up and attached either to
springs on a sponge eut buttou-shapo so it
will crowd into tho cavity and hold on with
enough force to keep it from falling but. If
tho flesh shall havo becomo sunken around
tho noso so muoh as to causo the eyes to
hayo a staring look, spectacles aro worn to
offset it. Of courso, you understand that this
Is not a practicable nose, as the stage car
pouter would Bay. It iB for looks only.
Methuselah couldn't have worn out such a
nose. It will last forever, and that's as long
as any one would want it," and the old doctor chuckled at his joke. " A body wants to
bo careful how ho gooB into a rough-and-tum-
biu light with ono of thom on his face, for he
might got his noso knocked ott. He ought
to holler: ! Hero, you just wait a spell till I
put my noso iu my pocket.'"
"Do you ever mako artificial outer
ears?"
"Nover had a call, for ono yet. They
could bo mado all. right, but to insert ono
would be to  destroy tho hearing, which
would bo too dear a price to pay for the
whistto.
i,    " Fingers and honde, though, aro often
made.  Thoy are tho hardest things to get
right.  Thoy aro made of the same material
. —xylonito. Tho joints of tho wrist and iln-
I gore aro made in v,-hut mechanics call the
■ universal joint.  You often seo peoplo on
i   tho street who always wear a glovo on ono
' hand. That is their artificial hand. -She
' well-made hand can closo up tho fingers so
| that articles can bo lold almost as securely
us with tho natural hand. Usually only ono
articulation Is made in tho Augers, as it is
vory tedious to put iu the two joints. Artificial foot I liavo nevor made for patients,
rJihough they would bo much easier than
urtificial hands.
" Hore is something which might interest
capo.
j "The greatest enemy this class of thieves
has is the small dog that is allowed to travel
over tho houso. If whon thoy cuter ho happens to bo up-stairs ho barks and alarms
■ tho occupants of tho house, and as tho thief
'approaches him ho backs until ho gots
under tho bed or somo othor piece of furni-
'ture, and continues harking until tho thief
cither leaves tho houso through fear or because tho barking dog has attracted tlio atr.
tention of somo ouo in tho houso. Buch a
dog is feared by thieves moro than a mastiff. Many persons when they discover
'».hut their house haa boen robbed say that
■ they wore chloroformed, but in most cases
thut is not so. It is only imagination on
•.their part, as chloroform, oxcept in a very
.Tow special cases, is not used. In tho first
'place there is no timo to uso It. and in the
.. second its uso would arouso rather than
f" put to sleep the occupants. To flet a -gevaon
'under tho influence of chloroform it is
usually necessary to hold them and it is not
; jno cobo in ten whoro suspected is chloroform used. A dangerous thief is the hall
-sneak.
. "Ho will go from house to houso until ho
finds a door open, and then ho will sneak in.
Ho can go through the house in n few minutes, and if mot by any ono ho will light if
ho cau not escape. He rarely breaks open a
trunk or bureau-drawer, because-of his
limited time. Hia work is soon done, and
|. lio leaves tho houso as though ho was ono
of its occupants. Many persons think that
-tho robbery of thoir houso was due to tlie
collusion of somo ono with the thieves. In
'nearly ovory case this is a mistake. Thieves
have no trouble in selecting a houso that
'can bo caBily entered. Thoy are very superstitious,-and boliove firmly in good or bod
.luck, and somo of them will not work unless
thoy have a certain person to work with
them, becauso thoy think that this person
■■will give thom good luck. I remember a
thief who would do any kind of a job If his
[ 'pal' wore with him, but would not under:
take tbe easiest one with auy othor person,
no matter how expert a thief he was,"
" What do the thieves do with their plan,
dor I" asked tbe reporter,
! "Thoy plant it," replied the detective,
" or in othor words, they hide it. If auy
valuables aro secured and thoy find it necessary, thoy will walk thirty or forty mites to
tako a train aud think nothing of it, and if
_ , there are any chances of this belngdetected
1 they will bury thoir 'swag' and go off to
work another city.   Whon every thing is
'clear thoy will return and'lift the plant.'
T ho ono who docs tbo robbing usually carries away tho proporty, becauso while in
the city ho remains under cover, and is seldom soon on the stroot, whilo his confederates, who do tbo watching, are often on
i the street, and might bo sufipoctod. Then
they have people in all largo cities who conduct'fences'and wbo nro always ablo to
L. dispose of tho property. If tho thtof has
much confidonco In tho *f onco' ho will ship
his goods by express."
" Do burglars get muoh for the proceeds
of i obbcriOBJ" asked tha reporter.
"Suppose," said tho detectivo, "that a
haul is mado of $1,000 worth of diamond
jewelry. Ho takes thom to tho 'fence,'
whoro thoy are carefully oxamincd and their
valuo, when molted down, Is given; or per-
F.' haps he will put new plates on tho jewelry,
v' so as to alter tho setting of tho diamonds,
¥? and he will get about -1350 for his 11,000 job.
"It is the stones that aro valuable, and, except in caso of very valuable diamonds,
which aro roglstrcd, no ono could swear to
j. u particular stone after it is reset. The
'fonce' often takes great risks, and fro*
quontly It Is necessnry to keep stolon prop*
oriv soveral months beforo thoy will risk
dlspostnaoflt^-^^^.
One day in 1802 Sidney Bhivors- of Web-
*' ster, Qa., thon eighteen yoars of ago, entered his father's house, and, divesting himself of his bat and clothes, dressed hliiiBoli
in tho uniform of a Confederate soldier, in
ordor to enter the Southern army, In the
meantime hanging tho hat and clothes tliat
he onco woro upon a peg in his room. From
that day to this tho hat and clothes hove
hung in that samo place, not n hand having
been allowed to touoh them ln all that time,
for thoy havo boon held suered to lhe
memory of the young Confederate soldier
1 who piaoed thom thoro. The lifo or Sidney
L Shivers went out soon after ho entered th?
army, hut these mute memorials of the hoy
wbo onco woro tho gray still hang whore
they woro placed by blm twonty*six years
ago-untouchod in all that time.
. Aa Anlnmtcrt Pls-Cndilon,
LittloEdna.it a throo-venr-old living in
Natick, Mass. Ono day somo ono brought
in a kitten for Edno. Whilo playing with
it Bho got scratched, whereupon sho callod
to hor eldor sister i "Sadie, do come and
take tho pine out of kittle's feot, so she
wi iw M8as_ mm'* -
m^^mt^^^^^m^ftlgimmm_ttB
INDUSTRIAL  NOTES.
Tin; Union Paciiic Railroad Company te
about to place au ordor for 3,500cars.
Electricians uro still at work on tin-
problem of obtaining electricity direct from
coal.
Exoi-isu steel workers aro objecting to
beginning work at twelvo o'clock on Buuchi-,
night.
A compant -.vith $1,000,000 capital will
run a railroad from Atlanta to East Ton*
A Manilla paper mill and sack factory
will shortly bo established at Mononguhcki
City, Pa.
A company with C40-000 capital has been
organised to establish another glass factory
in Washington, Pa.
A Nt'Sincn of uow railway enterprises
havo been announced since tho opening of
the year. Nearly all of them are in the
Sbuth and West.
A joint stock company has bean formed
at Kolilosville, Ind., for tho manufacture of
pipe tools and brass fittings, and to do a
general machine businoss. .
Indiana has 220 coal mines, tho annual
product of which last year was a littlo over
1,000,000 tons. Natural gas has no pei'cop',1-
blo influence! oh tho output.
A syndicate of Now Yorlt capitalists will
build ji railroad from Montgomery, Alu,, to
Chattahoochee, Fla. It will run through Uio
richest pine forests of tho South.
Tub exports of American machinery to
Mexico, Central and South America uud
Australia continuo to agitato tho mahufaot
urora of machinery in Groat Britain.
A lahue cotton-mill at Enterprise, Mias,,
called tho Stonewall, turnB out. 8-ftib.OGO
yards of cloth per year, and it is suid to ho
tho best paying faotory in tho Soutli.
East Palcstinh, O., Is agitating tlio establishment of a white-ware pottery thoro.
Thoy want a twelve-kiln factory, and tho
citizens will take $00-000 worth of stock. '
A. New York railroad has just ordered
ton locomotives from the Rogers woi ..a at
Patorson, and the St. LouiB & San Francisco Company has ordered twenty from tho
Baldwins.
Thn manufacturers of agricultural implements in the West do not speak with
much confidence in regard to the volume of
businosB for tho coming spring. A numhor
of concerns have recently gono on short
time.
The Edison people are prowling alon-rihc
South Pacific coast trying to turn night
into day. Thoy liavo captured Chili with
5,000 lamps. They havo an iron-clad patent
and propose to mako somo money, The
city government of Los Angeles, Chili, has
bought tho Edison plant.
Persons familiar with mining operations
will bo interested to know that in a Pennsylvania bituminous coal mino tho other
day over 2,000 tons of coal wero hoisted
from a shaft 428 feet deep at.tho rate of
nearly four tonBper minute. Thocoal was
raised in one-car trips. This is the fastest
work of tho kind on record.
The coal bills of railroad companies
amount from 9 to 12 percent, of the total
operating oxponsos. It has been estimated
that if this item of cost could bo rallied')
ono-half net earnings could bo cpn&itldrqb.iy
increased. It has been ostimotcd that iho
locomotives of this country last year burned
2-1,000,000 tons of coal, of which only!) por
cent, of actual-power stored up in coal was
utilized;
Tiierc aro in tho United States 83,014
dealers iu shoes, leather, machinery, hides,
etc., of which 8,876 aro in Massachusetts
and 3,150 in Pennsylvania. Thoro oro 80,000
retailers of shoos, of whom 1,780 ai'd in
Pennsylvania. -There aro 3,229 shoo manufacturers, of whom 1-00S nro in Massachusetts, UTS in Now York, 170 in Ponnry'v-miu,
55 in Ohio mid 71 in Illinois. There t\i\. '*&'.'
tanners and curriers, and of theso .033 arc
In Pennsylvania. Thoro uro about 8,000
morocco manufacturers.
|.»;
HE  BESTED  MORRISSEY-
Jim Flsk'o Offlce Boy's Ono Round That
ted t» Hi-i Success lu Life.
C. N. Whito, chiof paymaster of tho New
York, Lako Erlo & Western Railroad Com*
pony for. many years, has resigned. Hob
succeeded by Poter P-lPoPOhuo, who,wus
Paymaster White's assistant. Whon"Fii*l»
and Gould, writes a New York correspondent, wero in control of. the .Brie, Peter
Donohuo was Flak's offlce boy." Ho was a
slight-built boy, but hia eyo was always on
(Jin ri-r'-t sido of business.
One day; Fisk gavo orders to Peter, v/'Jo
sat ut iho outsido door of Prince Erie's Oftl. <-
Grand Opera-House buildiug, that lie
would ho engaged-in somo particular mutters, and uiuBt bo out to every r.ppUcaut, r.c.
matter who it might bo, At that time tfoks
Morrissoy happened to want to sac Fisk thai
dny en ffomo important business, 'l'clcr
knew of tho high regard Fisk had for John
Morrissoy, and tho latter was in tho habit,
when ho called otf tho Erie building, of walk
ing luto Fish's offlco unannounced and v',' li-
out ceremony. On this day he war, passiiij*
whon the il^-foot offlco boy roso up and told
tho Congressman that he could not pass.
"How'g that!" asked Morrissoy.
" Mr. Fisk is busy, and can't see anybody "
replied Peter Donohuo.
' "Ho'll boo mo," said Morrissoy.
"No, ho won't," insisted Peter.
The persistence of tho boy rathor nettled
tho cx-pvizo lighting statesmuu, and ho
said testily, and taking a stop toward the
door:
" Do you know who I ami"
"Yes," said Peter, coolly; "you'reJobu
Morrissoy,"
"Woll," aaid Morrisiey, "I -fftess Mr.
Fisk will see me." *
With that he swept the diminutive offlco
bey aside and strode toward tho door, ilia
hand was on the knob, but ho did not tun:
it. Poter Donohue sprangon tho broad bmv
of tho former iithleto and climbed up it ;>»'u
a monkey. He threw bis arm around .M-h--
risaey'B neck and gavo it a squeeze l; .it
shut tho big man's wind off, and forced l'i::
to glvo aU of his attention to freeing himself from the determined offlco boy's grasp.
Ho finally succeeded, but when thu iiowl
struggle was over the oflice hoy stood ngiui
botween tho Congressman and Fish's diov.
" Mr. Fisk gavo me orders to lot nobody
m thoro," exclaimed Peter, "olid you cun't
j in.  That's nil thoro is about it."
Morrissoy's nngor quickly gave way to
admiration of the boy's pluck and faithful
ness, and, laughing heartily over hiB dofcut-
ho went away. Ho told Fisk noxt day about
Ids encounter with Peter, ond how tlie la!.
tor had "downed- bim." Nothing in .ull cl
l'isk'o rcmni-l-ablo career ovor pleased him
as* much as the " mill," as ho called it, between MorrlBBey and Donohuo. Tho hoy
was rapidly advanced by Fisk, and ouo ol
the direct results of his affair with Mem:
soy Ib his present place at tho head of thi.
most Important branch of tho Erie railway'-,
financial department
Tas Building Trades League of Kansas:
City is out in a circular to the effect that the
city ia overflowing with skilled working-men
of all kinds, three-fourths of whom uro
out of work and havo been for sixty days.
In Montreal dry-goods stores girls of 13
aro employed as messengers, being unpaid
for tlio flrst year, and 25 to 50 cents a weok
for tho second, and fl for the third. Milliners oro paid $1.50 to (5 a week, and head
milliners ts to 910.
Tub trades uniotiB of Great Britain and
Ireland have arranged for holding an In.
tertornational Trades Union Congress In
London, Eng., in September of the present
year. Delegates from all over the world
are expected to attend, and a concerted
movement for eight hours is to be tho re*
suit.
Tim operatives in tho Social mill, Woon-
soeket, R. I., wero surprised recently when
they recoived tholr pay'to find that their
wages had boon voluntarily advanced 6 per
oont Tho employes of the Wourso and
Qlobo mills, owned by tho Social Compnny,
will receive tho same advance This ottecls
.',000 hands,
Tub barb-wire induitry ii ln a fair wny ol
icing overdone, According to the Iron -Ayr
'.loro aro forty-four manufacturers hi Ibis
am try who own 3,101 machinos.  It te est i
irtled that iu 200 working days, runnin;
ngle turns, they will make 800,000 toim o
ab wire, whilo tho consumption range--,
.rom 180,000 te 180,000 tons a year.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(LATH or England)
Cornor of Church and Columbia streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER. *
^.Satisfaction guaranteed,    dwfcTtc
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUOALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,'
New Westminster, B.C.
«ar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplHtc
VANCOUVER OITY
Foundry^MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THERE
works hnve much pleasure in notifying iliolr frli-ii'lN and llio public tbat tbey
nre now prepared to receive nnd promptly
execute any orders for work In llielr line
with which they may be favored.
A.McKKLVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, EC, Sth May, 1688.
dwmyiato	
HAMMOND
RSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees.
Smalt Fruits*
And GARDEN STOCK on hand ln great
variety.
Everyl
good sb ape.
oa»8end IBcls, for valuable SO-*...
sortptlvo Catalogue wltb 0 beautiful colored plates.   Price Lists cent free,
0. W. HENRY,
dwdelSte Port Hammond, B. C.
Win. A. Dashwood-Jones
FRESH CALIFORNIA MID LOCAL
Fruits & VegetaWes
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
.     ,11.2110
THE WESTMINSTER
PpultryYards
JOHN 8. COX, Prop.
LlgUt Braliinns-
Parlrldgc Cochhtns,
.Plymouth Hocks, .
White taee Bl»k SpanUh
White Crested, Black  and Golden
Poland*.
II-iiti1n.iis<     Silvei--.pci.cllltd   Ham-
burgs,
lllack, Red and Pitt Games.
Toulouse Geese.     Rouen Dueks.
My Yards are open for Inspection.
dwmhGte
Goal, Wood ^ Bark
THE UNDERSIGNED  KEEPS   CON-
stnutly ln stook tbe
BEST WELLINGTON GOAL
—ALSO	
Wood and Bark,
Which   he will   sell   nt the LOWEST
RATES and deliver promptly.
»_. Orders left at tbe stores of Mr. McColl and Mr. McDonough will receivo
attoutlon.
TEARS roit una:, stnbles, corner of
Douglas nnd Oolumbla Street*-.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now West., B. C, Nov. 22,1688.    ilno23to
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FORTHE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o„«. MAINLAND.
•ftfThey uro not only mods of the
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home IHanufactnrc, and should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLUI'OOK BUILDING,
COLUMBIA STREET,   -   NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELMUCTID STOOK OF
DRYCOODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
LTJNBBOHM'S BLOC!",
Clarubla Unci,      N.w Westminster,
noldwly
North British and
Mercantile
-FI-R-El   '
5*13
COMPANY.
■STABMSHED 1800.
capital,   •  Sl4,600,ooo.oo
.   OF  LONDON.
Capital.    ■    »»,.33,00O.OO
RATEH AR   LOW   AS   ANY OTHER
COMPANIR9 nOINC?  BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Or. T^.Q'O'SS
Aunt lor N.w Westminster Oity
■ ~ ud WsWcti;        di-Mt»
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of Jobu McVlcker)
MINING ENGlNEElt, U.S. A PKOVIN-'
C1AL 8UHVEYOB, A ASSAYER.
VANOOuvan,
fWRellable reports, underground surveys and maps of mlnea executed at low
rotes. Assays mado on all kinds of minerals, gold and silver bars. Thlrtyyoars-
experience in mining tn Asia, Europa
and United States of America. Speaks
ten languages. Assayr*. from a distance
prom ptly attended to. Address Vancouver, B. O. ddalTto
J. W. WINGER,
DEALERIN
Hard and SoftWood
Draylng and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stook.
Ordors left at tbo <J. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmhiJOto
SAANICH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MAI-iUKACTUllKR!-  OP f
OATMEAL
Uy tbo Latest Improved Process.
^"ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at Niirlb tfannli-li.
OPPIOE & WAREHOUSE: llclorli.
dmli20m8
ff.UeoEffiMo.
880-382 CORDOVA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Im port erf- and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OP ALL DE_L'RITIOHS.
MARINE W0RK7 SPECIALTY.
dwdefflto
MIZONY&CO'Y
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
UQUORSJ CIGARS
Telephono Orders Promptly Attended to.
TELEPHONE CALL 103.
drah2'.'m0
M.A.McRAE
MEROHMIT TAILOR,
IS SELLING AT
Reduced Prices!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
SPRING STOOK
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colc-uha St.,   •  Nsw Wkstmisstkk,
, tlwmil28to
Dominion Lands.
TV YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUH
I Pre-emption or for rent of Minlngor
Clrnzliii* Land, or buying Farm, Mlnliif
or any Tumi from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
large discount.
Scrip can bo obtained ln large or small
quantities from
AIL0WAY & CHAMPION
BANOEB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB rooM
THK BANK OF BHIII8H COLUMBIA,
ESTABLISHED 1889.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Newi)- Opposite tbe colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
TBE LARGEST AKD' CHOICEST
assortment ol .11 descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hud, and supplied to Families,-Restaur**, ts, and Steamboats at th.
tOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
HolbroqkJEstate!
, saiiE o:f
Valuable Property.
Tl
r.B FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
aro offered for salo, In part or whole:
LOT B, BLOOK ft, Columbia and Front
Htreets, 66x133, with fl slows theroon.
LOT 23, BLOOK 18-*tXlM-Coluinl)lnn»d
Clarkson Rtreets.wlth buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 A 18, BLOOK 5, Mary ntreot; 8
aores, with hard finished houie and
orchard.
% LOT 1, BLOOK 10, Columbia streot,
*»iUW. •
LOT 31, GROUP t, Vanoouvor road, containing 200 acres,
•WTho above Properly brings In a rental of 828fi.oo per month
For further particulars and  terms of
-tale, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith <V Machine Shop,
.   Merchant Square.
New Westminster, B, O.
VTOTIOB
IllKKEBY NOTIFY THK i'UBLIC
thut I am not accountable for my wife,
Mrs. N. Butehart's, indebtedness Incurred
from this date, us she has left uy bed
and board without Just cause.
NORVAL BUTCHART..
Port Moody, March 26,1880.     inhdSOle
W. C. LOYE,
Fashionable M ui Slue Hiker.
Repairing Neatly Done.  Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
■WOrdcra promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.* offlce. dnolto
ANYONE BEFORE PURCHASING
Buggies, Carriages, Wagons
or Phtetons,
WILL SAVE CONSIDERABLE MON-
ey ln calling at the Show-rooms of
I. J. J. FISHER & CO.,
80 Stokb Stkbbt,    •    Victoria, B. O.
Where a complete slock of Vehicles aro
kept.  u_. A fresh cur-loud expeeted ln a
few days direct from  ihelr celebrated
in ii ii it fuel ory ut Klucnrdl ue, Ont.
Every Rig guaranteed, dmhUUml
asro-rioB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
ll have applied to the Honorable Minister of the Interior for a lleenutoout
timber on the following described Dominion Innds In New Westminster District,
British Columbia, according to tho Pro*
vliiflia! Government survey thereof:
West y Section 2.1, Section 27, and East
y Section 28, in Township 20; and
South-east y Section 25, North KSee-
tlon 24, Sonth-wrHt % S**i*tlon 24 and
South-west y Section 23, Township 20.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West,, 7th Maroh, 1889.      drnhSml
Resident Physician ai Clinton.
A PPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION
A of Resident Physician at Clinton will
be received at the Provincial Heeretary's
Office up to Saturday, the 20th day of
April next.
Government stipend at tho rate of $760
per annum.
A. CAMPBELL REDDIE,
Deputy Proviiiolal Secretary.
Provincial Broretary's Offlce,
23rd March, 1880, mh26dtd
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE!
Ms to Mm!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
W Highest Price paid for Fan and
Doer Hides.
Correspondence invited. «_.Telephone
Call No. o. djaste
Lime! Lime!
The Undersigned Keeps Constantly
on Hand a
W.   E.   DICKINSON,
O.r.N, WHARF,   -   WESTMINSTER.
Before Yon Paint or Paper
'     your Houses,
GET PRICES FKOM THK SKILLED        .
jP A INTER
ThomasGrant,
OLARKSON BT., N. W.
Fainting, Graining, Staining, Paper
Hanging, Sign Fainting, Ac.
set-All work guaranteed not to lade,
dmhlyl	
LLltainb
Cor. Columbia and Oihmn Su.,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
1|  l-WW!  llti|
In Mnrblc or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.-JuBt recelved-tho finest assortment of Scotch tirnnltr Mennmeoln ever
seen In British Columbia, whleh will be
sold at prices patting competition out of
the question.
dwmh2lyl JOEX. HAMILTOH, Pw.
Gity of New Westminster 1
ASSESSMENT ROLL, 1889.
\TCiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN the Assessment Roll of the City of
New Westminster for the year 1889 has
been returned to me, and now remains at
iuy offlco where it may be inspected dur*
Ing offlco hours by any person or persons
Interested therein. ,
The flrst sitting of tho Court of Revision
of the said City of New Westminster for
the year 1889W111 be held In tha City Ct.un-
eil chambers ou
Tuesday, 30th April, 1880,
Al 2 o'clock p. m. Any person or persons
Intending to complain of his or their
assessment or non-assessment, or of the
iiBHCf-smont or non-assessment of nny
other person or persons, must notify me
of his or tholr ground of complaint nt
least seven dnys previous to tho lirstilt*
ting of snld court,
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
City clerk's Offlce,
New West., Mar. 80,1880.      dmhKKd
VIOTORIA
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Heal,
FOR POULTRY, Jus.
FOR OATTLE FEED,
dmnatml
BRITISH
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
STEAM
COLUMBIA   8TREET,
New Westminster, it. ft
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
UNRIVALLED ON THE MAINLAND
OP BRITISH COLUMBIA AS
AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM
PER ANNUM, BY MAIL:
Dally British Columbian, - $8
Weekly"      '      - 2
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE,
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S"
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. ROUSSEAU'S is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at thecheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
j      REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
jthe proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
SI Col-u.-oa.-bla Street.
Custom Work promptly attended to. Mo
for Infante and Children.
"Cwtorl»!,so w-n-JsrtedtochIMr-mth.11 OHtorl* enres O-lle, Oos-B-»Hot,
I reooinn-eniiit-.-uDerlorto-jiTD-»scrinttoa I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoso, Erucuon,
kmrntome.''     _Tl_S,H!lt^I BllsJ^V"" He-p. «d |W«*ts*
IU«KOjt^»,Br«-*lii>,*J.Y.   h
Th> CssTioB CoiiriMV, "7 Murray Street, N. T.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UID & INmTKENT iBEM, Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn, Reel St. -LONDON, ENS.
The Business ol ALLSOP & MASON hss been merged In the .hove Company
ud will be carried on by the Compuy bom this date as > genenl Lud Investment
ud Insnrance Agenay.
HONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots ud Fuming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria R 0„ Hay 16th, 1887. dwjeTto
paiNTING
— OF—
Every   Description
EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
OUR FACILITIES IN THIS DEPARTMENT ARE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINOE.
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULING MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE EN-
ABLED TO FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER.
ADDITIONS AND 1HPR0VEHBNTS
H.v. recently bun mid. In Ih.
vsrlous Dop.rtm.nts,
And with careful and efficient workmen,
fut stesm pres-m, ud 6r-t-olass nater-
ids, we ou gutruteo tatl-hollon to .1
who favor ns with their orders.
KENNEDY BROS.
■rn piwpwmow.
FOR QUICK SALES.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
CARROLL & ROBINSON
Real Estate ^ Insnrance Asents.
McKenzie St, 2 Dnors from Clarkson.
daplto
LONDON OFFICE.
43 M-ICI-lt* LAIIIS.
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
POET MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elson will be at the Colonial Hotel
tbe flrat Wednesday In eaoh month for
tbe purpose of taking orders,     dwJaSSto
AUSTIN'S NAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, kc,
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Hope, Platform Scales, kc.
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, kc,
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters,
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES:
Squaro Dealing and Total Abstinence.
(UeSOto
Mainland Wer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SOH90B1BER8 ARE NOW PRE-
TAKKD TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN6LE RIBS
At Speoial Low Rates,
Bftjiig ui AU Mi of learning
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Corrtwoftd delivered to any partof
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. _       _ _
■••Stables nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbia St., No wWcst minuter,
djallto      GILLIY BR08. Pnore.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WI8E,
PBOrBIBTOB.
j-IOOD URIVINO A RllimO HORSES
ii tor Hire. H.ok. ca I .toll Steamer,
and Trains. Special attention liven to
Boarding Hones.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders mny bo left at th* One. ol Ma-
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
New ireadnijwter Suburban Lot -Vo, IS,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to ihe above mentioned Lot
will be issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, )8Rf(( unlest* in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to the
undersigned, ln writlngaby some person
claiming an estate or interest In said Lot
or some part thereof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Oflloe,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1889.
mh7dSm '
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Ou> Bwud Bt. ud It Pali, Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOCSBS * OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing ud Farming Stook,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and th.
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build -
ing and repairing, Barges sad other Ve.
sets on navigable rivers ud canals, and
Gooda on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland ud in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 10SS OR DAH1SI BT flU,
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
•61,600.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and .very informs.
tlon ou be obtained on application t,
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent lor New W-sjtmlnster.
To Su Fran, Cal
i •«*■■
BY WAY OF THE
X.X3W3B.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
-mmxtfifflyH/wmxm
InrMnltjil fo Itam
M'MMOIIOI-l-injf THI rMiriOMMT
PULLMAN   BUFFIT ■LMKM
TOURIST SLURPING CARS
For Accommodation ol Seoond-CluaPw-
sengers,attaohed to Express Trains, '
Fan Iron. Portland to SMramento and
Ban Frnnol-oo-UnllD-lted, tm First-
olass (Limited), tt); Bwond-olnM (Limited), *15. . __.^'
THROUok TICKETS to .11 pointtSMUl
and East, vl. Callforol..
TICKET OFFICES!
City Onion, No, IM Cor, First A AW.I
Btreots;
Dki-ot unioti Cor. F* Front BtrMtst
Portland, Oregon.
•"K0,aSi£V 'rs_Stm_.m failg fcititfh (folumbhm
MtaUr Bvemtag, April 8. IOW.
ADVERTISmO BATH FOI THE DAILY.
TraBil«_IA(lverllMBie«U.-Flrstluser-
tl>n,l»cU. per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive insertion, 3 cts. per
Hue. Adviirtisemonta not Inserted every
lay—first Insertion, 10 ots. per line; Biibse-
nueat insertions, 5 cts, per line,
si-ni-iii*i AdTertUeM«is.*-Profes8ion-
al or Businesa Cards—$2 per montb. Special rates for general trado advertising,
uncording to space occupied and duration
uf contract. ,      ,   .    .
Auellon tales, when displayed, charged
:i per cent, Icbb than transient advta, If
-illd, charged at regular transient rates.
Hp-flnl Holler* among *^Jn«J^**;
1 cut. per line eacb Insertion, Specials
i inert-oil by tne month at reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths.ll for each
insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 60 ots. eaoh Insertion.
WEEKLY A0YJHTHIMQ RATH.
lranulf ot AdvertlHcmenl-t.-First insor-
lion, III cts. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
rioqaent insertions, 7 cts. per line.
Handing Artvertlmements.—Profession-
nl or Business Ciirds-Sl.50 per montb.
Special rates for general trade advertising.
Special Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates as Daily.
Cats must be all metal,and forlargecuts
an extnt rule will tit- i-burged.
iWlVr-.uiis .smiiliug In advert! m-men Is
ahould be careful to state whether tbey
are toappeiiilu Tin* Dally Edition, or the
Wopkly.or both. A liberal reduction ts
mado when inseiled in both. No advertisement inserted for less thau $t.
SUBSCRIBERS
 „. receive their pupoi
from tho Carriers or  through     _
Oflice, will confer a favor by reporting tho
same to the oflice of publication tit once.
MEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notary Public, &c — A. C. flydone-Jack
Steam Bakery M. U. Smith k Co
Notice. R. Lambert
"Lallah Rookli" Mooro
Lost Lyal
Tbe barometer indicates fine weather
for the next 24 hours.
The City Council meets tu-uioht for
the transaction ot business.
W. H, Vianen'a boat brought in
600 Ibi. of oolachani this morning.
A very fino solection of straw hats
can bo soon nt the Bon Maroho.  *tc
Fresh Eustorn and Native Oysters,
sorvod in evory stylo, at the Club. *
Largo mirrors- lire sets, carpets, parlor suites, &o., cheap, at Mrs. Gold's. *
Four Boring Machines, in good order, for sale cheap.—G. W, Gilley &
Oo. *to
Don't forget the Choral Union concert at the Oddfellows' Hall to-morrow
night.
Plan of reserved soats for tho Mendelssohn Quintette concert now ready
at D. Lyal & Co'h. *3t
North Arm road lots, and Brownsville aore lots from §100, at Walker &
Go's on easy terms, *tc
* The barque Malay finished loading
on Saturday night and will be towed
to sea on Wednesday.
Tho dredger commenced work thla
morning between Webster's and tho
Koyal Oity Mills wharf.
The Btr. Rainbow arrived from Victoria lust night and left for Vancouver
and Nanaimo ilm morning.
' The str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with a full load of merchandise and 30 passengers.
Fifty Visiting Cards, 25cts.;box of
Illuminated Papers and En vol. pes,
only 26ots. At Misa Peebles'.        *
A plain drunk figured at the police
court this morning and suffered tho
usual fine for his indiscretion,
200 lots on tho Thurnti mud, .from
Su'5 upwards, on monthly instalments
of 311, without interest, at Roidt's,
Front street. *
Noxt Sunday eveninp Rov. Mr.
White will address men only, in the
Methodist church, on the subject of
moral purity. ^MT   f,"r""
Tho grading of the Southern Railway Hno advances rapidly. Ofl: Sut'iil*-
day night about four miles in all had
been completed and is ready for tics
uud rails.
The channel buoys, under the supervision uf Capt. Grant, have been plac-
i'd in proper position, nud for the first
timo thin year the truo course of the
channel u indicated to mariners.
Mr. J. S. Clute laid on our table
this morning a himdful of strawberry
blossoms, pick*'-! from his garden.
Mr, Cluto expects to bo eating straw-
berries and cream within a month.
D. J. Levy, of 61, Johnston street,
Vimu-iii, B 0., is thu only agent H.
L. Gabel has in British Oolumbia.
Hold jour urdert; he will be in New
Westminster ou or about May 1st,
1889. *to
There will bo a meeting of tho Hyack Firo Company to-morrow night to
make arrangements for the May duy
celebration, and to consider other
important matters. A largo atteudanco
is requested.
The largest train that ever arrived
on the B. C. coast wns to-day's Pacific express. It wns comprised of
eleven 'inssengcr conches, two baggnge
cars mul a locomotivo. Four hundred
passenger* wero on board, principally
immigrants, who will sottle on the
coast.
A youug man named Keofo, who
has latterly beon out of his mind, wus
brought down fnm Aldergrove yesterday and on examination, by a
board of physicians, declared to be in*
sane. He was committed to tho pro*
vincial gnol to await a vacancy in the
asylum for tho insano.
The str. Princuss Louiso arrived from
Victoria this morning with 280 tons of
freight and foltowtntr passengers : Miss
M. Mathews, Mrs. Hendry nnd three
children, Miss Sherman, Mrs. Ter-
baohe and family, R. Silver, W. M.
Wood, A. J. Wood, W. 0. Campbell,
J, (iailbmith. R. H. Arundell, H. W.
Winkinson, J. Bennett, J. Turner, J,
Edgesou, Hickman, Major WiUon, J.
Johnson, E. A. Sharpe, B. Sandbnck,
G. Hauek, E. A. Wadham, J. Par-
muter. L. Guichon, H. Martin jr.
She left on tho return trip this afternoon with 60 passengers and 50 tons
of freight..
Htreet Watering.
The question of watering Columbia
and Front streets during tho dry and
dusty season, is ono that should par
tioulnrly interest thu buaiuoss establishments. The city couucil has tho power,
if properly requisitioned, to mako provision for tho streets boing sprinkled
at regular intervals. Our business
men should draw up and sign a requisition immediately, bo that the system
mny be brought into operation at an
early date, Thu cost of the work will
be evenly distributed, and it will not
amount to a fourth, for the whole
season, of what somo merchants lost
last yenr by goods damaged in oue
month by tho dust.
Y.H.CA. Notes.
On Wednesday, April Urd, the regular monthly meeting of the board of
directors was held, President D. S,
Curtis in tho chnir. Tho reports of
tho general secretary-treasurer, aud
thoso of the various committers, showed very encouraging results iu the af-
fnirs of tlie association. The daily attendance nt tho rooms had increased
since the l'iltli of March, from 10 to
45, Throe uew members had been
addod to tho list, making a total of
150. The services ou Sundny afternoon nnd Saturday evening were well
attended. Many now faces were seen,
and many who had not visited the
rooms for weeks wero present and ox-
pressed fhetr intention of altondtng
regularly.
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Troulilent Lnngley.
A case will be heard before the district oourt on Wednesday which nt
present is the absorbing topio of conversation among the good people of
Langley, It was reported that Mr.
White, of that village, had passed some
unkind remarks concerning a "certain
lady. A Mr. Wilkie took the matter
up, and proceeding to Mr. 'Whito's
store, with a friend, took possession of
tlio building nnd indulged in n fistic
encounter with tho proprietor. Mr.
White wns unablo to do himself justice, having lately mot with an accident which incapacitated one of his
arms, and it is said ho was badly punished. Suminonso suave beon issued
against Wilkie and hia hiend, nnd the
whole matter will be closely sifted in
court.
Went minuter lo the VraM.
The results of tho sessional examination! of the law school ofDalhousio
Oolltge, Halifax, are publiihed, and we
are glad to Bee the B. O. boys to the
front once more, F. T. Howay of
this city has mado a fint olass mark
(above 76 pf cent.) in all the subjects
of the junior year, being the only
student*of tho junior year who bai
made fint class in every subject of
thit war. In equity and evidenoe he
standi second in the first class list; in
conflict of Jaws, constitutional laws,
and riot he stands respectively third,
fifth and sixth on the first diss list.
Riohard McBride hu mado first olasi
In equity (in which he heads the list)
and islet, second class in evidence and
confliot of laws, nnd passed in the constitutional Ud. From this it will bo
seen thut tlie Westminster boys have
mide an eicellent mark, and we congratulate Ihem ou their success.
The Last Rites.
The funeral of the late Capt. Alex.
McLean, of Pitt Meadows, w<ib held
yesterday afternoon from the residence
of Mr. George Munday, Sapperton, to
the Oddfellows Cemetery. The concourse of poople gathered to pay tho
last marks of respect to the departed
wns one of the largest ever seen in tlie
city. Rev. Mr. Scoulltr, of St. Andrew's ohurch, conducted tho services
at the house, nfter which tho Bairn*
tion Army took charge of the ceremonies. Following the hum-so came
the army with muffled drums. Sevornl hymns wero sung between the house
and tho cemetery. The services at the
grave wero unique. Besides the usual
reading of selections from the New
Testament, with regurd to the hope of
a eloriotis resurrection, quite a number of the soldieis gave good and satisfactory reasons of the hope of meetint*
their fate comrade in the better world.
Tho assembled crowd watched the
interesting ceremonies to a close nnd
then quietly dispersed.
Too Many Hats*
,,.On Saturday afternoon, at Brownsville, Mr. Martin, of Halls Prairie, was
hitching his team to a wagon loaded
with furniture, when ono of tho horses
took fright at a hat worn by Mr. Martin and started oil'. Tho tugs of the
harness on the frightened horse wore
hitched to the whifHetreo, but the
othor was louse, except the neckycke
was attached, The runaway had a
hurd time making hia efforts a success,
and a fniluro became more visible when
tho tongue came out of the yoke and
commenced ploughing up the road.
The freo horse acted as an anchor to
its mate, and finally tho wild dash was
brought to an end by tho tongue bringing up against the planking Of a small
bridgo and refusing to move further.
A broken whifiletree and several damaged chairs was tho total amount
of damage dono. Mr. Martin was
wearing two hats, one on top of the
othor, and tho horso being unaccustomed to Buch a spectacle, becamo
alarmed and the runaway followed.
A Serious Accident
At half past 8 o'oluck nn Saturday
evening juat below theC. P. R. dupnt,
a Norwegian, named "Frederick AnrW-
Bon, wns run over by engine No, 06.
His right lug was terribly smashed below tho knee, the bone boing ground
into n powder, but he sustained no
other injuries. He was quickly removed to St. Mary's hospital, and Dr.
►summoned. Amputation wns found
to be necessary, and this operation
was successfully porformed immediately above the knee joint. At tho timo
of the accident Anderson was intoxicated, and it wns not until yesterday
morning when he awakened that he
learned of the accident thnt had bo-
fallen him. No blame can bo attached to the engineer, as tho locomotive
wns moving slowly, and tlie bell wns
boing sounded at the time tho ncoideut
occured. Anderson was a "fisherman
aboard the schooner Venturo and only
returned to Vancouver about a week
ago from Queen Charlotte islands,
.where lie was fishing all winter. Ho
arrived in this oity from Vancouver on
Friday, and had been drinking heavily
up till tho timo he mot with tho mishap. Anderson is sixty years of age,
and the misfortune he has met with is
sure to be a serious shock to his system. His condition to-day though
not unfavorable was not to satisfactory
ns might be wished  for.
PERSONAL.
C|l(*w.Cry.for HtchertCwtorla
L, Guichon is staying at the Oolonial.
R. Oolliiter, inspector of bailors, is
in tho city.
H. Kirkland. of Ladners, wna in
town to-day.
St. Clair Blackett, of Langley, wns
iu the city yesterday.
E. A. Sharpe, camo up from Lulu
Island this morning and returned this
afternoon.
0. A, Semlin, M. P. P., of Cacho
Oreek, arrived from Viotoria yesterday
and left for home to-day.
Dr. Montgomerio and daughter, of
Egglenton farm, Scott road, are in
town to-day accompanied by a'.lady
friend from Victoria, who fiat been
visiting at Egglenton for several weeks.
,   Lord Stanley will  visit Manitoba    _. „ ,       «.«..,.«
and British Columbia in September.   {Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria
THE CHURCHES.
What Ww. Spoki-u nl Some of the t'lly
Sanctuaries Yesterday.
st. Raul's uudboh.
At tho Reformed Episcopnl church
yesterday morning the Rev. Mr. Haddon preached from St. John, 18 chap.
4 nnd 5 verses—'*Jesus, thoreforo-
kuowiug all things that should come
unto Him, went fotth, and said unto
thbm, Whom seek yo? thoy answered
Him, Jesus of Nazareth, Jo&u-i saith
unto them, I am He." The reverend
gentleman spoke sb follows: A certain poet once said that Christ was
the highest type of man; if so, it is
good to study nnd follow His diameter, so that we mny fashion our livos
aftor the Great Model. Jesus Christ
acquitted Himself ns a perfect man,
and to follow Him closely is to attain
tho highest po.-siblo excellence. Christ
knew how to hoar pi'operUy, but there
are thousands living to-day who cannot, nnd whilo thoy will willingly and
suoceBsfuly face a foe, they aro easily
led away by friends, and a so called
friend often ruins a man, while an
open enemy would have no power over
him. The question naturally arises,
how did the Saviour endure tho test?
In the palmy days of His ministry,
while thousands -congregated to hear
Him, Ho nover severed from tho truth.
His sermon on tho mount pointed out
tlio mode of truo living, correcting the
prevailing errors. To Nicodemus He
feared uot to tell "that he must be
born again," and this faithful teaching
characterized His wholo ministry, and
when His disciples would keep Him
from the cross, and the multitude
would make Him n king, Hu heeded
them not, but faithfully carried out
the courso laid down by His Father.
He know also how to bear adversity.
The last supper was not finished when
Jiidas went out into tho dark night
nnd away to settle the prico with. the
chief priests and tho motley crowd,
and thus whilo the Son of Man was
passing through tho agony ns Ho wns
ubout to taste of the cup of bitterness
such ns no man over tasted yet, Ho
prevailed with prayer to His fathor
and consigned Himself to do His bidding "Not My will but Thine be done.'1
Now tho band is at the garden gate
eagerly seeking their proy; Judas
knowing tho spot where to find Him,
lends them on, nud Jesus, knowing all
things, went forth and said, "I am
He." This action I take is an indication of truo manliness, for Joaus was
human, as well as divine, nnd took
upon Himself our nature to show us
how to live as well as to join the two
natures to die for the human race, and
in His goiug forth Ho did not rely on
physical force in facing the enemy, to
disperse thom; it was not His mission
to use physical force, und when Peter
smote the high priest's servant with
the sword Jesus re'.uked him. To
havo true manliness of.character, there
must be abhorrence of sin in every
form, nnd purity in thought nnd
notion. It does not take physical
power to constitute manliness. The
weakest of men havo governed nations, but they have been strong in
faith and purpose. Men may have the
strength uf a Hniilan or a Courtney
nnd yet be cowards. The manliness of
tho Saviour was not hardihood. In enduring the shame unshrinkingly He
showed His love, We are all called upon to cultivate manliness of character,
to do what the inner monitor, tho conscience tells us to do, and not do what
is cowardly, doing what is right under
the approval of our hearts tiii'd Gofl,r
nnd though wo may not bo called to
conspicuous posts of danger, we have
to exercise our onn every day cou.rn.go,
and in the bravo fidelity in life our
courage uevulops in preparation for tho
greater trials of life. It is, the courage
that each day demands1 that braces and
strengthens and qualifies \v. to endure1.
Again, Christ showed his manliness in
the single handed endurance of the
humiliation, pain, shame, and the
deeper Borrow of His Father's desertion in the critical hour. In tho excitement of the battle field the soldier
will face the greatest danger, but whon
ono stands alone at the post of danger
or goes unsupported to the place of
death He needs courage of the true
type. The pilot at the wheel, while
the ship is on fire, remaining until the
laat, and going down with the illfated
vessel ; or tho French physicians, who
wont boldly into tho dissecting rooms
to disaeot the bodies of those who hnd
died in the plague, knowing they
would take the disease and fall quickly,
yet sacrificing their lives for the bene*
lit of humanity, teaching us lhe nobility of self-sacrifice, nnd wbut is con*
Bpiciousin those men shines out in the
life and character of Jeaus Christ and
consummate!- in the final scene un the
cross,' .when having completed the
ntoncment He exclaims : "It is finished" This blessed •'tcrlfice for us, this
oeath", this Mu-d shedding, wo com-
iti'auiowtp to-day, and approach with
gruteful hearts, nnd eating tho bread
and drinking tht wine, we exclaim
"Blessed Lord." May we appreciate
tliu ({"real -vork of Christ and manifest
that appreciation by following Him as
our Model, und when we shall leave
Hus earth we shall get a crown of life
in tho heavens. Tho sacrament of the
Lord's aupper was administered nt tho
close of tho sermon in tho simple form
in uso tn this church and nn unpeoiul
invitation extended to strangers from
other churches.
ST. ANDREW N CHOUCH.
Rev, Thoe, Scouler preached last
evening iu the Presbyterian church
from Numbers 23c. 10v.—"Lot mo
dio tho death of tho righteous, nnd let
my Inst cud ho like his"--nnd spoko ns
follows: These wore tho words of
Balaam, who was a remarkable soothsayer. He had been invited by Balak,
king of Monb, tu como and curse the
children of Israel. , The king of Moab
had become alarmed at the near approach uf the children of Israel. He
nnd hoard of the destruction which
they had wrought on neighboring nations. The Israelites were now on the
borders of Canaan, after their forty
yoars' journey in tho wilderness. Balak was afraid of them, and therefore
Bends for Balaam to come and curse
them. When tho first inoHBungeis came
to Balaam they were instructed to remain over night until he should inquire of the Lord. God forbade
Balaam to curse the children of Israel.
Balak again sent messengers, and Balaam again aaked permission of the
Lord to go with them and curse Israel,
This time he wnsi-ermitted to go. God
had shown him His will, and now ho
let him have his own way, Men are
free agents, and God will. not compel
them to do what is right. God shows
men the right, ond thoy are left to
choose. Many nre choosing the wages
of unrighteousness. This was the .sin
of Balsam, He covoted Balsk's gold.
God showed His displeasure with Balaam by opening the mouth of a dumb
animnl tb reprove hiin. NotwithBtand-
itig Balaam's unrlgteousness, some of
his utterances wero profound and beautiful, and thia it 'one of .them: "Let
me die the death of the righteous and
let my last end be like his." To be
righteous before God is to lire in conformity with His revealed will. Man
has lost his original righteousness,
when God made hiin a little less thaii
divinity, but Christ came and restored
that which He took not away. It is
by faith in Christ that weobtain righteousness before God. We think the
righteousness spoken of in our text is
not the righteousness whioh wc receive
by faith in Jesus Christ, but that
righteousness of character which is inwrought by the Holy Spirit and exhibited in tho lives of those who are
tho subjects of this gracious work.
Many tell us they ore trusting to
Christ for salvation, but do not seem
to bring forth any fruits of it in - their
lives. Wo have surely a right to look
for tho fruits of that faith. Faith is
not a dend principle, but a living
rower, and it manifests itself in the
life of the person that exorcises this
faith. As tho body without the spirit
is doad, so faith without works is dead
also. "Who shall nscond into
the hill of the Lord? or who shall stand
in His holy placo? Ho that hath clean.
hands and a pure heart; who hath not
lifted up his soul unto vanity, por
sworn deceitfully." The statement
that ull must die needs no proof. Death
iB the universal law. Thero are none
that can avoid it, and there is nothing
that oan evade it. Wo are reminded
of this truth every day in tho removal
of ono and another from pur 'side;
some with the dew of youth on their
brows, others in the full strength of
manhood, as woll as the , old man,
whose silvery locks indicates that he'
has reached tho full three score, and
ten. Notwithstanding the certainty
of death, thero is no subject that seems
to occupy our minds less than this solemn subject. Oh, how fow are breathing the prayer ef the Psalmist: "Lord,
teach me to number my days that 1 may
upply my heart unto wisdom." Many
seem to live as if they thought they
would never die. At least they seem
tu act as if thoro was no use to make
any attempt to propare for death, &s if
it were a leap in the dark, and we must
just take our chance ns to where wo
are going. Paul did not think in this
way. When he enme to the end of his
journey he could say: "I nm ready,
and I know that there is laid up for
me a crown of righteousness, which
the Lord, the righteous judge, shall
give me at that day." And the Lord
Himselfsaysto.be ready. Brethern
let us-seek to livo as we shall wish wo
had dono when wo come to die. Then
we shall die the death of the righteous, and our last end shall be like
his.
A. O. BRYDONE.JACK, M. A ,
N°-£AIt£ LDJU0A-96_^-ffl-XANOBB,
Ac Barrister of the New Brunswick
-supreme Court. Offlce In the Hamlcy
Building, Columbia Ht., opposite the Col-
 prr
LOST, BETWEEN THE CATHOLIC
Church and Mrs. Webster's house, a'
Gold Buttener with Beal. Finder will be
rewarded on returning same to Lyal's
Book-store, dnp8t8
BOAT  POUND
ADRIFT IN THE OUI,F. U (eet long, 4
'net beam; pnln'ca black with yellow
streak anil named Susie. Apply to
JOSEPH LEE,
ilanSIII Lulu Island.
NOTICE.
HAVING DISPOSED OP ALL-MY IN-
terest in the London Arms Saloou, I
have to request thnt nil parties owing me
will call and settle their accounts immediately, either with the undersigned or
with J. B. Cherry, whom I have appointed
my agent (or this purpose.
*   -*-■ K. LAMBERT.
ny agent,
dapSml
THE LADIES DELIGHTED,
The pleasant effect and tho perfect
safety with which ladies may uso the
liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under nil conditions mako it their favorite
remedy. It is pleasing to the eye and to
the taste, gentle, yet effectual in acting
on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Whon Baby wu sick, ws gave her Cutoria,
When sho wm a Child, Bhe criud for Castoria,
When she became Uiss, she elm.** to Cutoria,
Whsa shs had Children, Bho gire them Cutoria
Choral Union
'     TWENTY-FIFTH
CONCERT
In the Oddfeliows HaU,
'(n-^diiy Next, 9th April, '89
% ■;- .y' J-.-C  a  _ . M.
it
MENDELSSOHN'S
Hear My Prayer"
SPIIOB'S
-tOB, THOI  ARTGREVT,"
 AND A	
Mll-EIUNEOUS  PAST-VlllM,  * iHSTIUMiHMl
Solo Part, by Mesdamos Sillitoe, McCrady, Moresby unci Smith, Misses Major,
DeBeck and McBride, and Messrs. l)e-
licck, Wilson, Lyal nud Dockerill.
Trio—Violin, vlollnnelloand Pianoforte
dapOIS
-by Messrs. Dyko und Tuck.
Admission, no cents.
Horring's Opera. House!
WEDNESDAY, APKll 10.
00ODVEAR, COOK C DILLON'S
RefinedMinstrels
8 FUNNY END MEN. 8
10 Artistic Clog Dancers.10'
■VFAM0U8 BAY STATE .EXTETTE.-»
SS 2^-astrel   KlagfB. ES
UNRIVALLED BAND AND ORCHESTRA.
Matchless   Parade  at Noon!
A Ladies' Laughing Minstrel Show.
WATCH FOR THK WII1TK SILK HITS.
SEATS NOW ON KAI.K at Uorrlni's
Urn- Storo. dapflt.
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ao.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial nnd Indian Exhibition, London, mo.
KAOTORY-Nlngnra St, .Tomes Bny,
t>FFICES-57Fort St., Victorin, D. C.
.___ clapBmO	
THERE'S a bower of tosbb by Bendo*
uieer's stream,
And tho nightingnle sings round it all
the day long;
'Twas Bweet in the time of my childhood's
'. young dream
To sit mid tlio roses and hoar tlio birds'
Bong.
That bower and its roses I never forgot;
[   And oft, while alono, in tho bloom of
the yoar,
I think, "Is the nightingale singing there
yet?"'.
Are the roses still bright by the calm
Bendemecr.
No; the flowers soon withered that hung
o'er the. wave;
But some blossoms were gathered while
freshly they Bhone,
And a dew was exalud from their petals
which gave
All the fragrance of  summer when
summer was gone.
Tho above lines from Moore's "Lnlluh
Rookh" are naturally recalled to mind
upon catching tho odors of those Matchless Quadruple lied Letter Extracts of
Macthehson it Thomson, tho Druggists.
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BOY WANTED
mo BE APPRENTICED TO THE DRUG
X Business—nbont 14; steady and good
character.   Write to Box 33x, City.   apOtc
WANTED.
A   GOOD BTOUT BOY TO LEABN THE
A   Baking business,—Amily nt
dmhfflto OITV BAKERY.
ffimm&co.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
14 CLARE DOAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
' INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Fir. nnd
Brltl.h Kmplr. Life In.uraiice
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society.
Accountant*. Offlce, Uloo... of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880,1SST aud 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS  IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF BEAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Havo soveral good luvestments on their
books, and nil uow coiners trill do well to
call before doing businoss elsewhere,
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E THANK THE LADIES WHO
visited iis"'bn-Tuesday the 26th
March for their very hearty appreciation of
our first Opening and Show Day, and trust
that they, as well as all others Who were
unable to be pre^iii^iidlL'b'ti'i4if'.i)i mind the
fact that we keep'thb Largest, Freshest
and Best Selected Stock of Staple and
Fancy Dry (Goods & House Furnishings
on the Mainland.
Our many Vancouver customers appreciate the fact that our prices are right,
as witnessed by their frequent visits to our
establishment.
We are always pleased to show our
Goods and quote prices.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman,
dwto MASONIC BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER.
H
g^up^EGs
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Figs, as i I
acttgeutlyOn tho
Kidneys, Liver © Bowels
Effectually Cleansing the System when
Cosuvo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers'
ud pormanontly curing
HABITUAl, OONflWPATIOH
without weakening or Irritating the or-
Sans on which it acts.
'or Mtoln Joo bottles hy all Le.dln.
Druggist,. *
MAsuriciuast, onr it bis
OAurosninas-nniFoo
t__        un It-unm, Ou,.,
*-**»rai«.Kr,, tts-rY-i.it, J*.»
AVE YOU SEEN THE NEW GENTS'
FURNISHINGS at Ogle, Campbell
& Co-'s? Well, you should. They have
just opened the finest line of these Goods
ever shown here. The very newest things
in Ties, Collars, Regatta and Oxford
Shirts, Handkerchiefs & Gloves, not
forgetting a beautiful lot of new Hats,
folt and straw. They carry the largest
stock of Clothing in the city; needless to
say it is the best in point of style and
quality. Call and see the Goods, even if
you do not wish to purchase.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & GO.
dtc COLUMBIA STREET.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
D*B_X_**-,  IJ-r
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja*brad.or "Kerrlng-s,
•L£acrceiel, Salt Ood,'
.Ajfzaemx'e TTxic. Hama,
__t_____ac_.ov_x'& TTxxc. Bacon..
•Flo-ar. Bran.. Sliorte,
JTHIGHEST PlllOES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.
loMwii-        , Sooullar-Armitrong Blook, Columbia St.
HITS & BONNETS
JUST   ARRIVED,
Jas. Ellard ,Co
Call Early tor First Choice
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glosses In stool, rubber, ailver and goM
framoa.   The finest Pebblea made, (4 per pair; all sights suited,
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tho
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologera In England, and sinco then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best lirma ou the conti*
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman. Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Momtrral, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F, Crake—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as yon did when in Montreal, and I am Bony you are not hero to-day."
dwnpratc   .. ,.,,. ■
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS  B. LAURANOE'8  8PEOTAOLES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SEEDS, SEEDS!
At Central Grocery.
JUST RECEIVED-A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF
Ferry's Garden and Field Seeds, which are guaranteed
fresh and good. So don't send to the United States and other
places for small lots, when you can get them as good and cheap
at IvCarslnall Sinclair's,
<lwnol8t- COLUMBIA STItEET.
Clearing Out Sale!
 OF	
GENTS' CLOTHING
 AND—
HATS and CAPS.
We have determined to retire from this branch of
onr businoss, tho wholo of onr availablo room being required for onr Increasing trado in GENERAL and FANCY DRAPERY, 4c„ and wo now offer our
entire stock of Gentlemen's Clothing and Hats and Caps for the next
21 dajrs at a
DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT., FOR CASH.
OT Our Stook Is all new, well selected and of lirst-claa, quality and style.
This is . GENUINE SALE and the whole stock must he eleared,
W. du 0. WOLFENDEN.
dwseltto Corner Columbia ft Mary Streets.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
'-mat.
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