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Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDA"f EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1889.
NUMBED 42
s
Pl-OFESStOHAL AND BUSINESS CMOS.
:. lit. K. woods,
AIMIISTER-AT-LAW. Offloo-MoKoll'
ale Street,    * duuaU)
bT.O. ATKINSO.1l,
AKBIBTER, SOI.I01TOK, *c. omces-
Miisonlc Building, New Westminstor,
B.C.  'I'""
AIIMSTIIOSU Jt ECKSTEIN,
ARRiSTEKS,  SOLICITORS,   ETC. -
i   Masonic fiulUllni-,   New wostlllln-
tor, B. C. ilwmy'lc
B
[ '       W. NORMAN BO-UK, H« C.,
l*DARUI8TKH*AT-LA\V,LAND AGENT.
| D Monoy to Lonn. OlIlcc-UliirltKoii Ht,,
K-iow Westminster, B. C. dte
I      ' OltlEOI 111, McI'OMj A .IS'SNf*,
BAURISTEIW. SOLICITORS, etc.  0111-
ce8-Manonlo Building-*, Mew West*
; 'iiliiBtor.nntl Vancouvur, H. (J.        dwtc
d    A. Co BRYDOKK-JjYCK, m. A ,
;;OAUUISTKIt, BOIjICITOH, NOTARY
t> Public, Ae, Ollicu In the Humley
'lulldliig, Columbia HI.- opposite theCol-
"•'■' "■■•-• tlWftU2trO
"I'lllllIBi UWI
Illlll Hotel.
, JOSEPH Uj.GAYNOU, B.A„Ij1j.B.
(' iOLD MEDALIST of tho Unlvorults of
J Dublin. IIAURIHTER-ATLAW of
■lie High Court of JmiMtto, lrolntnl. OHIcoh,
''liner MoKeiulo & Olarkson Hia., Now
■ 'VcNtniinster. d**vfo21te
J. HOI.TtlKS, II, II. !*.,
1URGE0N DENTIST. Orndnalo of Uio
j Ohio College ot I'ciit-il Surgery. Ih
'■low wlih Dr. 0. li. C. Ilrown. All work
■''dllfiillypei'fonm-l. ii'.'.ii.s It & C, Hunk
if It. C, Columbln i-i. iiuurs-8 lo 12 u.m.;
P; -::ii t.i (I o. in. iljlyillo
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kiwis of Uio Lies' iiiaktu; '"rOHS-CIlt & HSlUlll-SllWil,
■Curbed Wire for Foiicing, and nil tho ncccE.iiy I'll'llsiSs for FiirmillSI
Puller ltlocks, Niuitcli Blocks, Hoik; & Chain in nil slzosi Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper frr iSuiliiili!*: Paints & (Ills
inalloolors; Liquid Paints in all shi.drai Floor Patutsmailytouwi; Grind
Stonesi WallPapcr in all designs; iSrousm & Brashes for all purposes!
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all description'!, nod a geneml r.r.sortmi'iit of
Agricultural Implements,
etr Speoial attention given to oriloT" by ruuil.
*r. rr.
awjiyatii
TiEZ_&.&1? SO CO.,
'.''ILI'MIIIA STREET, NEW WKSTMLVaTEll.
O. W. UlUNl1.
AnOIIITECT,  Ofilce-Cornor Mary nnd
Clfirkson Sis., Westminster,   flwto
CLOW  A. MACLUKK
Oflice—Room E, over
t.Wost*
IA noiHTECTS.    Ofllco-Room E, .
A   Blink of II, C,ColumbiaStroct.V
\ WILLI A-11 li. KING,
"»* UCIIITECT.SANlTAltYENGINEER,
il Ae. Removed to Armstrong'!* lllock,
Columbia Streot, WeBtmlnster —Room
No. '2 dto
Wi THIBAXJDEAV,
!h AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
'JJ man. Hamley lllock, New Wostmtn-
,Uor, B. C, dmylfitg
l> A. V. COTTON,
1 'riOMINlON ami PROVINCIAL LAND
I Y) SURVEYOR. Offloot RoomJXBanU
[M II. c. building, Westminster, B.O,
«*. i>itii:\i»ui';ii,
llj EAL ESTATE BROKER and County
•TV Court Agont.. Commissioner, Notary
Publio, Ao.   Routs collected.   Oilice—Mc-
CenEle Street, Now Westminster, B. 0,
■ T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
Pi. Columbln Street, New West 111 luster.
uAII I'iniiiiiiKsloiis   will   receive   prompt
find yiiroful attention.   Best references
Ivon when require.!, mhia-to
f J. E. FINLAYSON,
PIANO TUNER, from Broad wood A
Hons, London, England, nud Stein*
way A Hons, New York, now residing in
•/niiiiiuvci', will intend lo orders lett nt
Mr. 'And. ft. Hull's nnd D. Lyal & Co.'s
itoiv. Trips 1st wook of each montb.
■luUSti*
F. 0. MoCAUTNEY,
flOMMISSION AGENT and Customs
C Broker. Douglas St., NowWostmtn-
iTor. Agent for Harrison Springs Aerated
Wrtl-'.-rj VancouverSloiim Dye* Cleaning
Works;Carters' Patoni Organs-**" thewonder of tbe age."; Dominion Pianos and
Orginis; Jolint-lou-s Patent Knlsomlnt'i
Havana Cigar Factory; I.ion ItiBurari.coCo
for llvo stock, Ac. Km ploy men tAgency
Office, A select lot of Toilet Articles und
■iii'iigglsls' f'lindrles forualo. Next door to
[Bakery. ^ djlysto
TURN K11, BEETON A, CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wliarf St,, Vlotoila,
AeoiitH for Norlb British and Mor*
•iiiUllo IiiHUranco Co, for Mainland. H.
.3. Bkbton A Co., !I'I Pinsbury Circus, Lou*
.lon, E, 0. dto
Gilt
JIAVIi JUS I' IIEOKIVKD T1IEIK
"©'
EW 5PR
j u
oods!
Spring
if
Imperial Fire Insnrance Co,
o"fl* x.oi*r"C)0**sr-.
i'U'ITAL,       >       £1,000.000 8|R.
Rates ns low ns any otber reliable Oom:
Ninnies doing bUftlnos*t In Britisli Columbia, W. J. ARMSTRONG,
\ dJlySlc Agent for New West.
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
real estate,
'financial, shippinc a commission acehts
Fire, Lift) A Marine lusnriinrc.
'ComiuiiiaSt., - Opr. Cor.ONlAT. Hotel
NEW AVESTMrNSTER, B. 0.
dWJjyjSto	
RAND BROS.
pKttL ESTATE BROICEUS,
t'nnvrjynneevsf Oolleotori,
And Intnranoe Agenti-
Olllc.s nt,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Comer
.VcKon-r-iomid Clarkson Sts,
VANCOUVER. Cordova Stroot.
LONDON .England.
t.t' IIjIUMO LOTM for sale ln all sections
•if Vancouver nnrt Now Westminster Cily.
FARM LANDS of superior nunlity for
l.ante  at  Ohllllwhaok,   Port Ifummoud,
I.!'.u-;ley, Miitsqul, Kuninn* Mini Uay.Lad*
n<-r'.s I-iindlng, Lulu Island, North Arm
■and Pitt Rivor.
Mnpsiuid Plans exhibited and thcfiill-
'iil tuforiiiat Ion furnished at all our offices.
'W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AVO	
Real Estate Agenl
Full List of Oity and Suburban Pro*
, perty.
'-iii'tltHilar utlentloii pnld to Funning
1 Lllll tli.
Accurate information to corrcsptiud*
ants. dwmyOyl
Nacpherson
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Frosh Drugs
Patent Medicines, Etc
physicians' p-sss-ii'tiiiss 0»h«uuy
Compoiiiiiieo.
Tele|llionn Comtnlltllonlloil.   Nluht Hell.
,lre*7ln
TO BUILDERS.
-U/IIIJIjE AND8RPA.ttA.-lETENDERS
W will be r.celvod un to 11 p. in, of
TIWUDAY Hie 'Jdlh InM,. for thoCAR-
PFNTHR WORK, I'LUMIHNtJ, PAINT*
INO, olo., lu ennneelloti with tho amotion
of Mr. 11. V. Edmond'fl rosidonco, Q,ueOti-(
avonuo.
Plans and spool (lout Ions at my office.
Tlio lowest or anv under nut liCGi-Hsurily
nccoptod,
0. W. GRANT,
. ,   , Architect.
Weitmlnitor, Aug io, isati. -Jiuioia
_ Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Glieviotts.
iON's
TAILOR,
Kew Wcstmingtcr.
MERCHANT
Columbia Street,
5J3PA11 Summer
bc sold AT COST,
die
DRESS GOODS nnd MILLINERY will
Now is the time to secure BARGAINS.
MES. "W'-'-m:.. eat
New Westminster, B. C.
ee Pro.
centrally situated in New Westminster,
B. 0., wliich has been tied up for several
years by tax titles and other difficulties, is
now cleared of al incumbrances and is
placed upon the market for sale, with perfect title guaranteed.
The   property is
being slashed and subdivided and contains
some of the finest and most desirable Lots
in the City for cither residential or speculative purposes.
With the contemplated
construction of several railways which will
centre at New Westminster and the establishment of new enterprises and increased
j'ade aud commerce, this City is making
rapid and substantial progress and, consequently, affords the best field for investment to be found in the Province. The
present is, therefore, the time to invest,
and with the present low prices of property
purchasers arc sure to realize handsome
returns upon their investments.    .
The portions of the Estate now on the market consist of Lot 5,
Suburban Block 10; Lot 2, Suburban
Block 11, and Lots 12,13 and 14, Suburban Block 13, and the subdivided Lots
range in price from $150 to $350, on good
terms.
We  are  authorized to
allow TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT off present
prices on all sales made during August,
and also to furnish intending purchasers
FREE CARRIAGE DRIVES TO TIIE PROPERTY.
For full particulars and prices apply to
the undersigned or to any of the other
leading Real Estate Agents in New Westminster.
mrmiTin,    ;jeS..jf^.B3"13  BROS. *
OWDER
Pure.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Mr. N.iakeof tho British Museum
has lately discovered some printing
in Polish which, go far ub is at present-known-is the earliest specimen
of printing in that langunge. It is
a hymn addressed to the Virgin
Maty and it was usually sung hy the
Polish troops before engaging in
battle, and bears date 1506,
Forthe lirst time in the history
of Salt Lake Oity, says an exchange,
the control of affairs has passed out
of Mormon hands. The Gentiles
liavo carried the municipal election
and, for the present at least, the
city is not to he dominated by tho
ecolesiastical monopoly wliich has
been such a powerful influence in
retarding its progress.
OUR NEW JUDGE
This powder nover variea. A marvel of
pn ri ty, stroii-*! It and wbolesomeneH**. More
economical tlinu tho ordinary kind**, and
oiiunot. ho sold in com poiition with tho
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyin oan§.
RoYAI,BAKINQPoWfilIRCo„109WnllSt.,
Sfely
ROOMS TO LET.
FURRHI8HED ROOMS TO LET, single
or doublo or ea suite, pleasant and
comfortable.  Excellent situation.
Applyto MISS ODIN,
Opposito It, 0. Cathedral,
djly23ml Columbia Street.
First-class Prairie Farm
3E»OEfc  ttBAt^B.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, I'ruRoi' River; con*
talnlng HtlO acres of llio finest farming land
fn Uio oountry; nil dyked, woll improved,
good bulldlnea, good orchard (bearing),
Kor further Information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON, -
dmySDte New Westminster.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUOALL
COLUMBIA   STIIEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
tr Satisfaction Ennrantootl.      dapisto
X"_&.HXS_\TOX_TJ*____tX.Xl
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(I.ATK or England)
Corner of Ghttrob anil Columula Sltreo'.s,
NEW WESTMINSTEB,
WTSatlsfnotlon "nnmntmiil.    dwfoTto
An American paper has the
fc>n<&-ng anent aome local reference : "Moses was of a retiring disposition," snys the'Hotel Mail, "he
got out of tlio rush early in life."
What a singular resemblance tlio
Black Diamond bears to Moses.
She was of a retiring desposition
also, and was not long in getting
awny from tho Rush,
Mr. II. W. T. Drake Appointed
Supreme Court Judge, rice Justice Cray Deceased.
The Hamilton Hummer Carnival
Opens To-day and Promises
Complete Success.
Immense Numbers of Whales lie-
ported in tho Gulf of St. Lawrence at Present.
Street Oornor Astronomer—dome,
gents, walk np, now, and tako a look
at Venus, Look at Venus, now;
only 10 cents. Venus in all her
glory for only one dime. Farmer
Wayback—Gosh, Maria, I believe
I'll tako a look at her. Maria—
Not if I know it, Jaboz Waybaok.
I caught you lookin' at a statue of
that critter in the museum, and I
don't perposo you shall have a squint
at her horsolf, not evon if it only
costs a nickel.
& CO-Y i
10 Oiiapel Walk, Soutli Castle St., Liverpool-England.
8 Bank Buildings, Columbia Street, Now
\Vcslmtnster,B.O.
Shipping antl Commission
General Wholesale McROHftNTs& Importers
Any description of Hoods Imported to
oiilcr und Custom nnd Ship Broking
trausaotod, Latest Freight nnd Market
Quotation--, dwnuSto
MAJOR'« PEftRSDN
Heal Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confctict-ntluii Life AflBoclatlou of
Toronto.
lloynl tittii Lancashire Flrolmar-
am.- (J'-i.-jmnlef,
Bt**uValuable LoU for snlo ln the City
nnd District of Westminster; and choice
Lois In tlio City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or (tell city or
rural properly Bhould communicate with
us.
Offlcesi Dunk of B.C. bnlldlng, opposite
postoffltio, Westminster; and Huntings St.-
Vancouver. dwnplBto
T, 4, MIR & CO,
DRUG6ISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
SEW V,i:ST*II«STI'.«.
America rejoiceB in tho successful
escape of the Black Diamond.
When tho captain of un American
vessel places an alien prize crow of
one man upon a captured ship he
deserves to lose his prize. Ola
Hackerson is the name of the prizo
crew. It is a wonder that the
Black Diamond wus enabled to
carry this name safely to port. Tho
United States, however, is to be
congratulated upon the temporary
absence from her navy of ono alien
seaman—^tiiierica.
It is said tliut tho only product of
the Parnell Commission which will
live in history is Sir Oharles llus-
Bcil's speech summing up the Parnell
side of the caso, "Every ono," says
a correspondent, "agrees that this is
a marvelous piece of intellectual
work. John Morley, who, although
a political-, is one of the severest
critics in intellectual matters, places
it in the highest rank of performances of this kind—that is, tho mar-
ahalinif and elucidation of a vast
body of heterogeneous facts, some
historical, some political, and somo
economical."—ite.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PBES01UPTION8 A SPECIALTY,
Telephone No. 83. Jnpito
i)
SO  oo.
Steal  Estate,
INSURANCE
Purchase Sell and lease Properly,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact al] BiiBlnesa relating to
licul Kattvto,
— AOENTS FOR	
London Af-snrnncu (-orporntlon,
Connecticut Fh'd Insurance Co. of
llnrifonl.
Londoii nml i-nnciisiiiiN- Lire AsBiir-
nnco (Jo.
Cnnton Insurance Office, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES!        ~~	
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dw«ellyl
An electric wire fenco is said to
bo causing considerable discomfort
to cattlo in Texas. Recently a
Texas newspaper states, a steer attempted to break through the fence
to join 15 other steers. "He had no
idea-" says the Munchausen who relates the story, "tliat he was tackling a buz saw when lie struck that
smooth wire fence. Well, sir, he
jumped like he was hit at once by
40,000,000 hornets, and with his
tail coiled over his back he wheeled
and only struck the ground in high
places. Then the 15 made a dash
to follow him, Ono by one they
rubbed that electric fence, and as
fast as they did they jumped, bawled,
kicked, wheeled, and sailed on as
though they had urgent business at
the North Pole and had only a few
hours in whioh to mako it. The
electric fence is a stunner—it is the
eighth and greatest wonder of the
world. Not one sf these cattle was
hurt, but not one of them will go
near the fence again."
The Bombay Guardian calls attention to an extraodinary book
which is boing distributed in India,
a prize-book in the government
girl's scliool in tho Bombay presidency. Tho following quotations are
givon us specimens of tho tonchings
sot forth in tho book: "If tho husband of a virtuous woman he ugly,
of good or bad disposition, diseased,
liondish, irascible, a drunkard, old,
stupid, dumb, blind, deaf, hot-tempered, poor, extremely covetous, a
slandfircr, cowardly, perfidious, nnd
immoral, nevertheless sho ought to
worship him as a god with mind,
speech, nnd person. The wife who
gives an angry answer to her husband will bo a village pariah dog; sho
will nlso becomo a female jackal, and
live iu an uninhabited desert. Tho
woman who cats sweetmeats withont sharing them with her husband
will btjbomo a hen-owl living in a
hollow tree. The woman who
walks alone without her husband
will becomo a filth-eating village
sow. The woman who speaks disrespectfully to hor husband will bo
dumb in the noxt incarnation, Tho
woman who hates her husband's
relations will becomo from birth to
birth a musk-rat living in filth.
Slio who is always joalous of her
husband's concubine will bo childless in the noxt incarnation." To
illustrate tlio blessed results of a
wife's subserviency a story is told
of the great reward that camo to
tho wife of an ill-tempered, diseased,
and wicked Brahmin, who served
hor husband with a slavish obedience, and evon went the length of
carrying him on hor own shoulders
to visit his mistress.
Children Cryfor pitcher' j Caste
oria
OCR KEW JUDGE.
Toronto, Aug. 19.—Tin: government organ says: M. W. T, Dralto,
Q. C, uf Viotoria, 1ms boon appointed
judge of tho (supreme court of British
Columbia in place of Justice Gray, deceased. Tho new judgo is of English
birth, and was admitted solicitor and
attorney at law to tho supreme court
iu England in 1851. Ho was called to
tho bar of British Oolumbia in 1877
and appointed Q. 0. in September,
1883.
Mit. TIMBEIttAKE's OPINION.
Kincistox, Aug. 19. —• Rev. \V.
Timberluke told tho "Prentice Boys"
3'cstorday that members of parliament
were no better than the pooplo who
sont thom. Tho electors knew how
they were pandorhig to for support, and
no objection was offered. Ilo was glad
to soo a chango in the condition of
affairs, aud that tho poople were growing alive to their duty.
bmtish Columbia's share.
Ottawa, Aug. 19.—The departraont
of tinauco has forwarded to the provincial treasurer of, British Oolumoia,
a check for tho amount due to that
provinco for its share in the profit of
landing Ohinamen in British America.
The amount allows a tremendous increase over the previous year, due, of
course, to the exclusion act being in
effect in the United Statos.
GAVE HIMSELF UP.
Kingston, Aug. 19.—After the
terms of tho vordict in tho shouting
case at Msdawaska wero mado known,
McLaughlin returned home to High
Falls and sent word that he would
give himaelf up to- tho authorities if
they went aftor him. He is uow in
Pembroke jail.
A GRAND BALL,
Quebec, Aug. 19,—The governor-
general gives a grand ball at the citadel this day week.
TUB HAMILTON CARNIVAL.
Hamilton, Aug. 19.—The great
carnival opened to*uay. Although but
the liriit day tlie streets arc thronged
with peoplo, and there is every indication that thu demonstration will ho a
success, Tho programme for to-day is
mainly aquatic, embracing yacht racing
and the illumination of the craft in the
bay and lako. Thore will also be an
illumination of the city.
A NEW SWINDLE.
Windsor, Aug, 19.—A slick Bwiii-
dlo is operating through western Ontario, Upon entering a town he lays
in a supply of small glasses at the expense of 10 cents each. These he fills
with onith, in which he places a couplo
of ehort stalks of milk weed and anoints the uiuth and plant with ottar of
roses. He ia now prepared to furnish
confiding purchasers with shoots from
tho celebrated ''Coylouo Rose," using
thnt or some nther high sounding
name, for $1.GU each, and does it as
fust as he can handle them.
PLAYFUL   WHALES.
Quebec, Aug. 19.— Tho gulf is said
to be almoBt swarming with whales
thin season. One of them made an attack on the tug steamer Dauntless, off
point Des Wonts, Inst Thursdr-y. Iu
its onset tho boat got a slap from tho
animal's tail whicli nmdo her shiver
from stern to stern.
FAILED,
Quebec. Aug. 19.— Tho failure is
announced of Soucy & Duporre, saddlers of this city, with liabilities of
510,000
jlCCIDENTALLY   KILLED,
Shelburne, Ont,', Aug. 19.— 0. R.
Peck, president nf tlio Ontario Pump
Co., has met with an accident whilo
raising the first bent of tho tower for
the Shelburne water works, which resulted in his death.
MAYOR CLARK RETURNS.
Toronto, Aug. 19.—Mayor Olntk
returned homo on Saturday night and
mot with an enthsiastic reception from
a large number of Toronto's representative citizens. Ho brings back with
him thu idea that breathing spots Are
a necessity in nil cities.
THE BEHHINd'-" SKA   QUKSTION.
OTTAWA, Aug. 17.—Hon. Mackenzie
Bowell, to-day received full particulars
from Victorin, nf the seizure of the
British SLi.lcis, sniling from Canadian
ports, by United stnti-s vessels in
Behring's Sea. Tiio papors wero takon
unopened to the council of ministers
to be considered thero nt this afternoon's meeting. It is utuloratood
copioa of thoae documents will be forwarded to tho imperial government at
onco na the basts for a claim ng.iinst
tho U. S. government for compensation, and n settlement of the whole
quostion of U. S. jurisdiction over tho
waters of tho North Pacific Ocean.
FIRE AT TADOUSSAC, QUE.
Quebec, Aug. 17.—Fire broke out
yneterday in a bakery store, at Tad*
oussac, nud spread to threo neighboring hnuae*. They were all burned.
There beiug no firo service, water had
to he carried from tho river and thrown
on the Humes, and it is a miracle the
whole village did not go.   Loss $5000.
LOOKING AFTER HIM.
Ottawa, Aug. 17.—Tho police authorities are looking after Fritz Stein-
bach, tho young (.ionium who robbod
two of his follow counttymou, residents
of this oity, of a considerable sum of
monoy and thou skipped.
FRENOH    SQUADRON    WILL    NOT   VISIT
QUBBBO.
Ottawa, Aug. 17.—Tlm reason now
assigned for llie countermanding of
the order for the French t-qundron,
designated to visit Quebec, is that tho
Frenoh ambassador nt London received
a courteous intimation from Lord Salisbury that in tho present condition uf
publio torn per in Canada on tho subject of Ereuch ascendanc"* in the pro
vince of Quebec, it might bo under-
sirnblo to allow French war ships to
anchor in Quebeo harbor. The recent speeches of thu premier of Quebeo
in which tho people wero called on to
look to the tri'color as their national
flag and others calling on the provincial military to be prepared to defend
thoir nationality appears to have hnd
an effect on the mind of the British
cabinet.
WHAT   THE FSBNOH PAPERS KAY.
Montreal, Aug. 17.—For somo
days past the French papers have
been asserting that the Dominion
government had refused permission to
the French war ships to come to Montreal on tho ground that it would tend
to undue intimacy between French
Canadians and their compatriots in
old France. The officets alone aro
coming up,
FIGHT IN "A" BATTERY,
Kingston, Aug. 17. — Bandsmen
Wilson and Lotto, of "A'! battery, had
a fight in the como ytstcrday aud
Lotto was badly cut with;s. razor. His
head and baok were slashed in a serious manner. The two men had grudges againBt eaoh other. Lotto is in the
hospital and Wilson is under arrest.
THE REASON WHY.
Ottawa, Aug. 17.—The reason now
aligned for tno countermanding uf
the order for the French Equadrou
designated to visit Quebeo, is that the
Frenoh ambassador at London received
a courteous intimation from Lord Salisbury that in the present condition of
publio temper in Canada un the subject of French nBcendancy iu the provinco of Quebec, it might be undesirable to send French warships to anchor
in Quebeo harbor. The recent speechei
of the premier of Quebec, in which the
people were called on to look to the
Tricolor as their national flag, and
others calling on tho provincial military to be prepared to defend their
nationality, appears to have had effect
on tho mind, of the British cabinet.
REFUSES AN OPINION.
Washington, Aug. 18,—Solioitor
Hepburn, of tbe treasury department,
has refused to render an opinion on
the question submitted to him by the
Canadian Electric Power Company as
to whether the electricity generated in
Canada can be used in the United
Statei without the payment of duty or
without conflicting with the provisions
of the alien contract labor law. Tho
solicitor holds tho question purely
hypothetical.
THB BLACK DIAMOND AFFAIR.
Washington, Aug. 17,—It is believed in official circles that when
President Harrison returned from
Bar Harbor ho would take some notion
in the case of the Black Diamond, but
at the treasury department it is said
that the procedure in the matter has
not been deoided on, Tho treasury
officials itate that the captain and
crew of the Black Diamond were not
placed on parole by the captain of the
Rusti; in fact they rofused to be disposed of in this way and fnr this reason they are not amendable to the
civil law, national or international. Iu
cases of the other seized sealers, tho
officers and crew; wero placed on parole and proceeded to the ports designated by their captors under prize
crews, with difficulties.
TUB NEW ELIXIR.
Cincinnati, Aug. 10.*-Dr. Robert
Longfellow, professor of dermatology
in the Cincinnati college of medicino
nnd surgery, conducted a series of experiments yesterday with Brown-Se*
quard'a elixir. Tests were made on a
dozen subjects. The first two patients
wore Thomas Alburn, an Englishman,
55 yeara old, and Fielden Weir, a
coloured ox-slave, aged 70. The latter was bent and crippled with rheumatism and Alburn has been lamed by
erysipelas. The liquid waa injected in
tho arms and legs. When both subjects returned in the ovening thoy
could walk with ease. The exhilarating effect on iho Englishmen was
great. He walked a dozen squares,
and declared all pain and stiffness had
loft his limbs. Both experiments
wore pronounced eminently successful. Dr. Brainard, of Cleveland, has
also experienced successful results with
the elixir in several cases whero it was
administered unknown to tho subjects.
Dr. Longfellow roports that in all the
cases to whom he administered the
fluid yesterday the effects were similar
except one, that was in the case of a
man 35 years old, in full health and in
no need of a tonic. He experienced
Blight sickness. He reports further
that the old coloured man, whose
rheumatism was completely curod last
night, says this morning that he still
retains his restored strength, and that
his family and friends regard his euro
tiB Uttle ahort of a miracle.
HAYTIEN MATTERS.
Undergo il'oiupleto Cliaiif-c and
Lejfitime'a Star is   now   in
tlie Ascendant.
Tlie Jesuits' Estate Indemnity will
be Paid by tbe Quebec Government iu October.
An Ontario Student Obtains Hts
College Degrees in a Rather
Novel Manner.
FROM VICTORIA.
The Sewerage Bcheae.*»A Young Mnn
J-rrtsted for F«r*terjr.
Special to tbo Columbian.
Victoria, Aug. 19.—The Umatilla
arrived from the sound thii morning
nnd left at 3 this afternoon. She was
uninjured by her grounding in Puget
Sound.
Talmage lectures to-night at the
Viotoria theatro.
Messrs. Pfoknriiiff -t Hill, En-dish
engineers and contractors, meet the city
council this afternoon, when it will be
decided whether their sewerage plan bo
accepted or not, Tho probabilities are
that it will be accepted.
The city is filled with strangers.
A young man has been arrested hero
for forgery. It is snid he forged a
well known restauranter's namo to several eheques. Further development*
later.
CONDITIONS REVERSED.
Boston, Mass., Aug. 19.—Advices
just received from Hayti report the
present condition of affairs tlie entire
revorse of what they wero a fow weeks
ago. Since the effective ropulso of
Hippolylo's forces, Legitimo's men are
said to hnvo gotten into fino trim and
strengthened their position. It is
snid that IsCE-itimo is receiving titian*
eiul aaustunco from the French government.
A PARDON l'UOBABLl-:.
Baltimore, Aug. 19.- Detectivo
Childs, who was aent hero by Governor Luwry to arrest Kilrain, does not
think Sullivan will be required to
servo out his full term. Snid ho: "I
am satisfied that Sullivan will ba pardoned by Gov, Lowry, ns will Kilrain
also, if tried nnd sentenced. In fnot,
Gov. Lowry Btited he would act leni-
ontly with them, only deairiiig in their
arrest a vindication of tho lav.*.
TOOK ANOTHER MAN'S WISE.
New York, Aug. 19.—Sam Crane,
of the metropolitan hnBoball club, wns
arrested this morning on charge of
running away with Mrs. Hnttio Traven-
felter, wifo of a Scranton, Pn, fruit
dealer. Hnttio, iu russett si.oca and a
baseball cap, wns also made a captivo,
and locked up in the cell adjoining hor
lover. Travenfeltor claims his wife
took §1,500 belonging (o htm wlion
Bho ran away.
printers' strike.
New York, Aug. 19.—Tlio World
pressmen struck nt 1 o'clock this morning. They demanded the dii-chargo of
an obnoxious foreman and tho guaran*
teo of union wages and hours. No
action was taken on their petition
owing to the absence oE the business
manager from the city. Outsido help
was obtained mid the paper wns ia-iuod
two hours late.
LET THE DEAD REST,
New York, Aug. 19.—Frock-rick
W. Sharon, sou of tho dead United
States senator, defendant in the celebrated Sharon case, arrived hero irom
Europe yesterday. Ho wna greatly
surprised on hearing of the death of
Terry, but would mit Gxpres: nu opinion, saying, "he is dead; lei him rest."
AN EXTRA SESSION.
'   Lewiston, Mo., Aug. 19.— An extra
session of congress was  discussed   by
Dingloy
Nortlinaj EicaptSt
A Poit Townsend paper snys:
North way, tho broker who absconded
from Seattlo after defrauding several
of hia creditors, did uot succeed, aftor
all, in getting off to Alaska. He compromised with two of hiB creditors,
and was allowed hia liberty nt Port
Townsend; but immediately afterwards
a telegram wns sent from Senttle to detain him at all hazards. North way
heard that tho officers wero after him,
so ho ran down to the bonch and hired
two Indians to tnke him to Viotoria in
a canoo. About an hour later tho marshal got on the trail, and though
Northway and his canoe nppenred liko
a speck on the water, tho marshal determined to overtake him if possible.
Ho omployed four Indiana to take him
in a canoo and catch tho man. Tho
Indians paddled until they wero within two hundred yards of tho fint canoe,
whon Northway ordered hii gondnfcra
to "pull for the ihow." At this time
thoy were opposite the brickyard; lio
jumped on shoro and reached tlie
shore boforo the marshal could overtake him, and mado good hii escape,
Secretary Blaine, Harrison,
and other republican lenders while ihu
president was at Bar Harbor, ffirigloy,
in an interview, aays he believes it
will bo called about Oct. 20tb. Rules
will be amended tho first thing and
then the internal revenue and tariff
laws.
TELLING   FIGURES.
San Francisco, Aug. 19.—A atate*
ment just received here shows tliot
the Canadian Pacific's gross earnings
for dune, 1889 were §1,255,301, an
incroase over tho earnings for tho
corresponding month of Inst your of
$74,365. Opernting expoiiEos under
similar comparison show a decreaso of
$62,159, so that the net earnings were
$527,462 and total iucerasc was $186,*
462.
NAOLE IN DANGER.
San Francisco, Aug 19.—A San
Francisco newspaper man, who came
down from Stockton this morning,
said: "Last night at Stockton there
was a good donl of talk about lynching
Nagle. 1 heard ono old follow say in
the offices of tho Evening Mail thnt
Nagle would be lynched ituidc of a
week. I hardly think nny tiling like
this would have occurrod, but tho
action of tho sheriff iu removing the
prisoner undor cover of darkness was
suggestive, to say the least." In the
city prison -this morning Nagle was
asked, "Did you anticipate trouble at
any time?" "I did not", repled Nagle.
"These fears that nn attempt might
be made to tako mo out of jail undoubtedly arise from tho fact tliat tho
jailors would not allow nuyo'ie to seo
me outsido of my attorneys.''
THE JESUITS INDEMNITY.
Quebec, Aug. 19.—The local government will pay $400,000 to the
Jesuits nt tho end of October.
GOT HIS DEGREE.
Toronto, Aug. 19.—A somewhat
unusual ond serious chnrgo is pending
againBt a medical student. It i.-- alleged
he obtained old tickets nf attondanoa
at tho Western University oT London,
Trinity Medical School nnd Viotoria
college. Ho erased tho nonio of the
holder and substituted hit- own, and
with these iu hntul obtained u degree
The authorities of the medical council
intend it is snid to hnvo the offender
extradited, ho being now iu Chicago.
windino up.
London, Aug. 17.—-Unless something wholly unexpected should turn
up tho Inst spark of intereat in currant
parliamentary proceedings bus died
out with tho withdrawal of tho tithes
bill, nnd there will bo a inoegro atten-
dnnco of members for tlio remnindei.' of
tho session. Aa far as can bo f-con
nothing remains but to wind up tho
buainesa on hnnd, nnd tho liouse will
probnbly ndjoum on lho 'AUt of August, The proposal of tho ministry to
embody in the tithes bill a provision
thnt a court should investigate the
rents, amounted practically to a legal
revision of all rents iu England, and
Sir William Vernon Harcourt did not
exaggerate tho mattor in the least
when ho pronounced tho proposal as
the most revolutionary in principle
that any govornmont had yet introduced. Tho failuro of the bill places
tho ministers in tho position of having attempted to onforco an admit*
tedly unjust law in Wnles, and its
withdrnwnl has hardly helped mutters
any, Since tho example set by mnny
conservative ministers of voting
ngainit the government on tho division
of Mr. Gray's amendment, it is vory
likely to be followed by a Inrgo numbor of Welsh tory voters at tho  polls.
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Monday Evening, August 19,1889.
The killing of ex Judgo Terry by
Deputy United States Marshall
Naglo, at a railway station in California, on the 1-UIi inst., terminated
a most eventful career, remarks an
American cotemporary, commenting
on the occurrfiice. Judge Terry
has been a most notorious character
for moro than u generation. He
gained early a reputation as a des
pentte man, of violont and uncontrollable temper, over ready to arbitrate his difficulties with his fellow
men with a revolver. That tho law
did not long ago do tho work of
Marshall Nagle's bullet was due to
anomalous social and political conditions. He lived by the cword and
died by the sword. The bitter contest over the distribution of the
estate of Senator Sharon, in which
Judge Terry was first attorney, and
thon both attorney and one of the
plaintiff-*, as husband of Surah Alo-
then Hill, provoked many quarrels,
and when Justice Field, of the
United States supremo court, reversed the favorablo rulings of the
state courts, Judgo Torry and his
wife both acted so outrageously in
open court that both wero committed
to jail for contempt. This only increased the animosity of Judge
Terry against Justice Field, which
dated from 1854, Many believed
Terry would kill him, and it was in
tho latter's protection that Deputy
Sheriff Nagle, a littlo hastily, it
would seem, shot and killed Terry,
as related in tho despatches tho
Othor day. 'The violent temper of
Judge Terry's wife renders it extremely probable, it is thought, that
tho last chapter of this romarkablo
quarrel has not yet been written.
Tho Salisbury government lins undeniably struck a snag iu tho tithes
rccovory bill, which they wero forced
first Co amend at tho instance of tho
opposition, and finally to withdraw
altogether on account of the amendment merely removing the pressure
from the corns of the tenant cIbbs to
those of the landlords,   According to
the despatches, tho British cabinet
only escaped technical defeat on thit!
measure through the fluke of twenty
Parnellite   members   being   absent
when u division was taken on the
opposition amendraont to the tithes
bill.   As it waa the amendment was
defeated by only four.    The bill was
remodelled accordingly, incorporating tho  spirit of  the amendment,
thus   making landlords, instead of
occupiers or tenants, liablo for the
payment of tithes, and precipitately
withdrawn, as anticipated, on account of tho storm threatened by tho
landowners.    In  all this rather humiliating manoeuvring to save their
seats  the government figured very
poorly, of course, and oamo out decidedly second host, losing prestige
with   both   friend  and foe.   It is
btated that the Liberals are jubilant
over what they regard as the practical defeat of the government, and
propose   to take full advantage of
it in the coming elections.   The reports of the unhealthy condition of
tho prisons  in which Irish political
prisoners  are  incarcerated, unless
signally disproved, must attach tro
mendous  aud   desorved   ignominy
upon the administration.    Not one,
but several, instances   are cited of
prisoners being released only to dio
a few days afterwards from disease
contracted  in their foul dungeons.
Theso are horrible stories to read in
this nineteenth century, enough to
mako John Howard's ghost return
■to earth, and one could wish that
they may not be truo.   However, all
indications seem to point, as they
have for some time, towards a short
extension of the Tory lease of power
in England, and a speedy resumption of the reins of government by
Mr. Gladstone,   It would certainly
be most poetic justice for tlie Grand
Gld Man  to be returned once more
to tho highest placo in the people's
gift, and have nn opportunity before
his tcrieRtinl sun sets forever to inaugurate   and   carry out   some of
th.06'1 noble  schemes for Ireland's
amelioration and the Empire's good
upon which his great mind and heart
■ are t-et, and wo beliove that this reward and happiness are in store for
England's greatest statesman. Then
will ho bo able to exclaim, like the
prophet of old, "Now, let Thy ser-
. vant depart in peace."
attorney-general's speech to his constituents.    The  folio wine*  double-
back-nctioned utterance, taken from
Mr, Davie's speech, is reassuring, or
not, just according to who holds the
"combination" of the safe wliich protects tho "resources of the province."
"I nm not going to pretend that the
Oanadian Western Railway should
receive anything like tho nmount of
assistance   given   to   the O. P. R.
They will, however, expect more aid
than they have yet received, or more
than this government would he justified in giving/  [Tho italics and exclamation are ours.]   The time for
subsidizing a road as heavily us tho
O.P.H. was subsidised has gono by.
Tho C.P.K, received $25,000,000 in
monoy,   25,000,000   acres of land,
and British Columbia and Lake Superior sections thrown in,   The gov
eminent had also to allbrd the constructors of the road every facility
for  fowarding   material during its
building, nnd had to sell to the company uny material required at cost.
Tho C, P. il. Co. nlso received rights
of way and  water frontages whenever navigable water was reached ;
and last, but not least, they received
tho promise that no opposition railway would bo constructed for twenty
years, and they woro freo of taxation in  tho Northwest Territories
forever.    It wns upon those torms
that the O.P.R. company entered
upon their bargain to build tho road.
Tho same terms would not now be
given  to   another transcontinental
road; but he {Mr. Davie) merely referred   to   their caso to show what
had to bo considered by a government in settling a railway question.
These questions would not be taken
up    and    disposed    of     without
delay,    unless    tho     mattor    becamo  one   of  government   policy.
(Applause.)"   Without committing
himself definitely, Mr. Davie, in the
courso   of  his speech, contrives to
leavo tho inference that his idea of
further assistance to the Canadian
Western is to guarantee interest on
a part at least of tho sura required
to build tho road.   What this mny
moan from  the province, after making   due   allowance   for   Victoria
"blowing itself in" on the scheme,
will probably not bo given out until
it is sprung upon tho legislature by
Mr. Davie at somo futuro time.   In
tho   meantime  our legislators and
would-be  legislators   might   profitably post themselves on   the question, so as to  bo prepared   to speak
nnd act when the ocensson demands.
bAILY BRITISH OOIiUMBIiJ*, KEW WESTMINSTKB, B, a, AUGUST 19, 1889.
VOLUME VII—NO. i%
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financi
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTO!
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
Toleplio-ao ITo. S1--
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
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Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOK TO U. MePHADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
JFffCBHID-,     ____:____ m
Coffees Roasted and Ground on tho Preniisos.   Fino Teas a Specialty.
GRO
dwiy
-COLUMBIA STREET-
wm If Foundry I Ui Works
(2Z,X___LXUZ2!SI_I)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MAOHIN-
riry, arcs in a position to undertake tlio construction aud repairs of Marine
mut Stationary Engines and EEoilers, Milling. Mining nml Cniutcry
Machinery-, as well ns Castings and Forcings of every description.
Estimates given;  nil work guaranteed.
D. CARTMEL. A. McKELVIE,
Gkneraii Manaqeii, dwjll7tc iMechaxicat, Manager,
hajptist OHUROH, Aftnes Street,
Ij (SUBt of Mary Street; Lord's Day
lervlcc-satUa,m, and 7 p.m. sabbath
'(■ii'..-'] wuMHblo Class nl 2:\)0 p. in. All
<>;.!.*■ five; Htmnt-er-' curd hilly wN'omed.
-J-iuv. Tlios. Baldwin, pnstor.
rUTHUDIST O 11V IlC II, Mnry
_i .-itreet. Uov. J. H. Whitu, r.istor.
H't-V'.-i-s itt II ll. m, mill 7p. in. f-.::.diiy
Ki'ho'!' ami t'thlt! Gin:--, ■__:;)<.. p. in, r raver
Mu-tln-: on Tint miny:- tit 7,80p.m. Heats
two; si-Minion* cordially Invltod,
ST. PAUL'S t-1-i.i-t.'m, Joint Street,
Opposito OraiiKP Hnll, Rev. Thomas
Hiiddon, I'n-itor. Her vices -veryStiiiduy
at 11 ii. in. and 7 p. tn. ThiirsdayYvrniu','-'
at7t80 o'elook, .scats tree; »'■ are oortli-
ally Invited, Sunday Scliool at jubo p. ra.
Mr. Theodore Davio, according to
promisf), bus been giving his constituents nnd tho publio somo --par*
ticulure" about his "Northern Railway" policy. Tho "particulars,"
however, fail to particularize with a
sufficient degree of perapicuousnoas.
At a recent public meeting, Mr.
Davie occupied considerable time
explaining what his opponents said
about the Canadian Western. "Our
opponents say," exclaimed Mr.
I)avie, "that wo are to sit still for
tho next two years (for that is
the time tho company have to begin
operations) and do absolutely nothing. That is not the policy of any
one hero—it is not mine; it is not
jroura, (Applause.)" We are quoting from the Colonist's report of the
C-HURCEl OF ENGL ASD, - HOLY
I TRINITY CHUROH; Rector. The
BIsIlOP. S. MARY'S CHURCH; Rector.
Tlio Veil. Archdeacon Woods. Service*!
In both churches every day. All seats
freo, Roth churches open all day for private prayer.	
;;RKSl*YTEIU/l.\ CHURCH (ST.
X ANDREW'S), cornor Carnarvon nnd
IJluoltWood Sts, Rev. Thos. Scouler, pastor. Services at II a. in. and 7 p. in,; Kun-
dny-sctiool and Wlile-i'luss at L-.'iii p. in.;
Prayer-meeting on Thursday evenings nt
7-80, Heats free: strangers welcome.
KP.-ROYAL LODGE NO. 0. Regular
. Meeting overy Tuesday night at8
o'clock. Oddfellows'Hall, Vlsitlm* Brethren wi'lcnine.—J. E. Kwioiit, K.of H. AS.
(lALEDONIA A, ST. ANDRBW-S
j SOOIBTY.-Tlie regulnr meetings of
Mil'- Association arc held on the last Tuesday of each month, nt 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invltod to attend.-John
Buib, Hoc.
AO. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
,   No. fi:WJ.   The regular mci'tlngs of
tho above Court are held at the Foresters'
Hull, on Ihe flrst nud third Wednesday iu
each inonth.atflp. m.—.Ino. jicMukwiy,
fienr., " " '"
limniu. at.
, I1. C. R.
■\ir C. T. U—RECHJIjAR MBETIN&
VV . evory Wednesday afternoon at ;)
o'clock at tho W. CT, U. IleadijimiliTs,
Dniiglns St. Loyal t.C'-lun In the mijih-
pta-'e every Friday afternoon.—Mn.s. ,lAf.
ODNi-riwoKAar, President; Miss Ur.liut.-it
UA'tON LOPUK Ko, O, A. F.
.to A. AX,—The rogular rneet-
Ings of this Lodgo are held in
.    ,    , the Masonic Tcmplo on the flrat
Wednesday In each month, at1'"i\ O-OIOOB
Sojourning brethren aro cordially
I to attend.—W. C COATHAM, Hoe.
WeUjSinking.
WELLS SUNK AND DEEPENED at
reasonable rates,
GREEN A CO.,
dnulfltC Farmers' Home.
STOP AND READ.
Again Willi AimllicrCholoo
m
Per Express, at
In the City, und also for Fit and Workmanship,
REMEMBER:
ALL WORK IS GIMR-1NT£E1»
OR MO PAY,
We will sell CHEAP FOR CASH during
thomonthof August, 'oinitko room fora
very choice Fall Stock.
Everybody come and examine.
Also-Aeeutsfor a NEW INVENTION
fornilESS-CU'lTING Hull ean he used by
ti. man or woman aud give a perfect III,
BEGGS~&HEARD,
Merchant   Tailors,
llmlllyl 88 COLUMBIA STBEET.
TO RENT.
THE UPSTAIRS FLAT IN UUILPlNCi
coiner of Columbia nud Douglas Sts.
ssro-x-xc-E,
THIS IR TO NOTIFY ALL PARTIES
Interested that lho Quarantine has
been removed from Ah Foo's wood and
coal ynrd.   Anypartles WIHblojl to obtain
wood nnd eharcoal can do bo. No danger.
August 11,188!). 11 mi Ud
TENDERS
(SEPARATE TENDERS ARE CALLED
O for the construction of tbo SURREY
DYKE, Flood Gates, and all work In connection therewith. Tenders will be received np lo August .'Usl.ntl o'clock p.
in., and plans and upocitlcatlons may he
seen, after August 15lli, al, the roKldenee of
Itoovo Punch, Brownsvlllo. where Ijlank
forms for tender may be obtained.
Tho lowest or anv lender notuocossftrlly
accepted. Uy order.
HENRY T. THRIFT, c. Br. 0,
Surrey, July 80,1880, jytlodtdwl
BOARD OF TRADE. Hoard Room
Oddfellows Brick Blook, up-stalrs
("Diiitell inoels on the first and third Wed*
iii-^iliiv In each inonth.nt-l p,m. Quarterly
iii'-etipigson tho22ndOf Vvh., May., Aug.,
nnd Nov., at 7:30 p. in. New members
imiv lie proposed and elected at any l}unr-
itii'iv meeting,—D. Robson.Soc.
.derated- "^Tater
(Direct from the Springs,)
ENDORSED RY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
The Only Genuine Aernted Mliicrnl
Vtfn.n-1* oil the fllnrkett
Tho above will bo delivered   in   Now
Wesl tu Insler twine a weelt.   Leave nrdei-H
with F.c McCartney,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., Now Westminster,   iljly.'ile
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Britisli
Columbia.
l.otween WILLIAM TIETJEN, Plaintiff
And       J AMES HAULING, Defendant
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
an Ordor hearing date the 10th dny
of .Inly instant hns boon granted In tho
aliovo notion, restraining the Defendant.
litvMTvnnHifnd agents, unl.ll the trial ot
lhe said act ion from, among other thing'),
lifting lhe word "Malnlnnd" In or upon
nny linxesor labels upon boxosbr cigars
niiiiiufaeUired by or for litrn,
ARMSTRONG * ECKSTEIN,
PlnlnlliT's Solicitors.
Dated 18th July, 1869.
djlyl8ml
A SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OFTHE
Real ami personal Bstntoof the late
DK.Lom*!" U. MolNNES will be held at
Ine COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westminster, 11. C.,ou
Saturday, Augnst 31,1889,
At 7.H0 o'clock p, m„ by A. M. Nki.ho.v,
Auclliineer, when the following valuable
properly will ho sold without reserve to
thonlguest bldtlor.
Tkkms—Ten percent, down and the remainder iu ten dnys from dato of sale.
CITV PROPERTY.
LOT 10, BLOCK XVHI-08xl82 foet, to*
Bother with DWELLING HOUSE and
out-house.1*, being ttie residenco nf tho
lato Dr. L. R. MofnnOS.
-Mereiianfs' Square—
LOTS, BLOCK (i-MorohanlJi* Squnre-
"Hi-dlil; foundntiiin piled and capped,
ready for building,
DISTRICT PROPERTY.
N, E. fractional y sec 28, Township jj-
eonlalntng 101 acres. This vnluablo
niece of land Is hounded by Boundary
liny on the east, nnd by a gazetted road
on the norlh; is fenced on two sides, nnd
for agrioulltiral purposes ennnot bc surpassed by nny land in lhe province,
E. y ot E. % ot See. 8, Township8, being U
mllein width by 1 mile in length; containing 100 acres, and having about 10
acres nndor fence, a dwelling house
18x2(1 feet, iv barn B0**50 feet, and sheds
adjoining. Mueh of the nbovo land is
open and very easily cleared nnd excellent for agricultural purposes.
W. y ot E. y of Rrc. It, Townships, being
y inllo In width byl mile In length:
eontufning 100 acres timbered land; soil
II rst-elass, quality.
N. E. y 8oo.88fl, Group J, containing 40
acres 'timbered land lying iy miles from
C. P. It. and *) miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Sub-divisions of Lot 201, Group I (Jtarray
Property).
Fractional Lots 2,fell,      Blook2
Full "    12.13AM, •'    3,
Fractional   "    fl, "     il:    half
required hy O. P. It, [not settled fori.
Full Lot 7, Blook 11.
»   13,    "     6.
Sub-ilivislohs of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Pro perty l.
Lotsffi,42.«ft45-BltfOk2,
"    lit it 111, lllook 0; required by C, P.R.
[not settled for],
Sub-divlslons of Lot 208, Group I (Beavon
Property.)
Lois 15 A HI, Block M,
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
I Horse, Harness, Buggy, Cutter, Saddlo
A Bridie, Jewelry, Hhot-Gun, Olllco Furnituro, Surgeon's chair, Instruments,
Drugs, Medicines, Medloal Books, Ae,
3. A. ROBINSON,
dliylUtd Executor.
To Capitalists and Others
OFFERS WILL BE RECEIVED l\\
LllO Counoil of the Cni'ponitlon uf lln
Dlslrlct of Surrey, up lo August 31st, at,
o'clock p. m., for ihe purchase of Dohen-
tiirojt proposed to be isnuoiI forfnnn 61(1,
000 to Slfi-COO to provide funds for the eon-
Btruotion of tlto surrey Dyking works.
Tho highest or uny tender not necessarily (incepted,
Byorder,        HENRY T. THRIFT,
O. M. C.
Surrey, Aug, fl, 1880. danfltd
A.
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard
Goffees a special
DesBRISAY
, Cor. Columbia _. Blackie Sts.
daplOto
;iIGi
** if
JUST RECEIVED,
A (!AIMjOA» or?
Pell, Rice Coil-spring tMcLaug*hlan
MMMJ
M MS
TflVES! STOVES!
- OS- O    TO*
SCOULLAR & CO,
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET TIIE ADDKKSSi
Water I Granville I'ljarm-,        I
=«~a~*~~sob   to-:
SAMUEL EVIELLARD,  •  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom wo have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mcllard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. chvno iy i
THIS HI'AC'l! BBLONGS Til
HAIIDWAIll* MUl'.OHAK'J'K.
Tke NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Hop
Front St., Wew Westminster, B. G.
-ea-D>33S3x*i.*j!*' ■t-_.j___--_7_r,      -      -      _SKJ!_,isrJ-t.is.-myes..
zc__:j_.:tT-n--ir--_.CTZ-u_z2_l__i& 03J*
mm ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANIiW
AOIUOIIliTIIRAIi & All KINDS OF HA'iMINUKV.
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
igjT The Best and Cheapest Rig
British Columbia."^
' offered for sale in
'IWIipOll!
1Fl.©idL «fc 0'o.jr*rio,.
JTJST    JLJRTlX'SrinT)-.
G. E. WOODS
Land Schvevoh.
!. GAMBLE
K0TABV PUDLIO.
Tools, TimnfSbiilo
LAND SURVEVORS,
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-A.c3-*EJsr*ra *£ro*B
PIRH.—The Western of Toronto-TIio JEt*
nn, Tho Oily of Loinloti-and The Hart-
fort.
HIT:.—The Now York Ufa IiiHuninco Oo.
ACCIDEHT-ThoTi'uvellcrS'OfHarlJoni
Lnnd Surveying In nil Its h-uiielii-.-; ne*
curfttclynnd promptly onrrled out.
City nml SitlinrliHri Ltittdn for Hnlc.
WflOftti allow 'a complete Hit of dGBlrftblo
loealltlea,
Fftrmlngl.niuU, lin|)rovcil mid iinlni-
prtivo-l, tlin'Mlf-hoiit, thi! rl 1strlet.
ItllnlngAiid other Stock huti-*iil. nnd
Hold.
Money to Loan on fli'rit mortgagd at
low ratc«.
Tei.bi-uoni" Call No. ;u.
p. O. DnAWEH W.
WOODS, TVUNKK & UAMItLK,
Office, Eluhd's Block,   <   Columbia Street
new wkstmin8tkk.
dmlil-ltfl
City Election Notice.
•duulio NOTIOE is HKnisny GIVEN
J. lo the Electors of tho Municipality of
Now WostmlnHlcr City that I require lho
iiroflotiooof tho snld EloctorH at lln: OITY
HALIj, In tho snid city, on
Saturday,  the  ITth  Day  of
August,  1880,
At II o'clock ii. in,, for tho purposo of
electing a portion to represent them In lho
Municipnl Council ns Mayor [vice John
Hendry, Esq-, resigned],, nnd nt 12o'clock,
norm, to elect, two persons to roprcsont
llieni ns Aldermen [vice E. B, fteoullnr,
Ban,, nnd W. IJ. Townsend, Em*., resigned] , for tho halnnco of tho yonr 188(1.
Tliomoiloof nomination Of oanfllutttfla
shnll bo ns follows: The can ill dates shall
he nominated In writing. Tho writing
Hi-nil bo subscribed by two voters of tho
municipality as proposer and nooonder,
und shnll contain a statement, signed by
tho'por.-ion nominated, thnt lin consents
to such nomination, nnd shall bo delivered to tho Returning Officer at any
timo between the dale of this notico
nnd [Incase of mnyor] 12 o'olock,noon;
lln case of ntrlermenf 1 o'clock p.m.,
of tho day of nomination; and In tlio
event of a Poll boing iioeonstiry such
poll will be opened on WEDNESDAY.
THE TWKNTY-KIKST DAY OP AUGUST, 1880. from H a. m. to 6p. m.jfltthe
OliyHallinihcsaldcity.
Of which overy person la hereby required to tako notice and govern himself
accordingly.
Given under my hnnd at. tho Oity nf
Now Wostm I aster, the thirteenth day
°'A"8"Sl'188!i. ROBSON.
ilUtuitd Re-urnliK Oflicer.
Get Our Prices Before Purchasing.
WESTMINSTER,
il  HUM!   11
Columbia Street, New Westminster
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  ]'l!KVEY«RS4 IN GENERAL.    FKESH AKD CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HANB.
*3rSpocml lines quoted for tlio shipping trado,   Family orders strictly litteudod
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to plaeo their orders with tlio abovo firm.
d28noly
LONDON MAEKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &"REIGHEMBAOH.
raucoEssons to tr. b. townsenii)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, fliieon, Sausngc, Bolognns, Ktc
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Thb Ooiumbian Piiintino Establishment has iirst-oluss faoiiities for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, tto. Prices will lio found aa low n» at any othor officn where
first-class work is done.
Brass and iron Castings made to Order.
riEPAlfll'M DOME WITH IIEATIItSS AND DISPATCH.
P. H,—All order'' from tiic tipper country promptly Attended lo.
dwnolmO
Front Street, Kew Westminster.
lewffestainsterlillsfoolenliooils
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all Msof Woolen GrOOlls
READY-AIADil CfiOTBIING.
53^ The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dml*30tc
>YAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUKACTt'IlKIl!" AKD DKALKRB IK
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, ®U FLOATS, TRAYS,
, _-__Zt_TZ_Zi  J_.ZC_Z,  ICIITDDS  OIF
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Door*.,   Frames,   Windows,
I?l0!)"!ldasaffi'K- - Kalustei'g.
Biindtii. Brackets,
Salliiiers-) NeweEs.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WBRK.
noliidwly
CITY SUPPLIES.
NOTICE lft URItP-IlY OIVKN THAT
Hit* Oity OorpoWillou will not lio ro*
H|iun.-lli)'. foi- nny koikIr or nrliolnn fur-
nlKlicd lo any i-fllclul or omplnyeo iixccpt
nn nn onler hIbih-iI liy tho city e\oH\ or
asslHlnnt, Uv Order,
]). ROllSON,
City Ulnrk.
.Inly21tii,16S0. djy21ml
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
■     (Lalo Pnrt nor of .lolin MftVIokfll-j
MINING ENQINKKR, U.S. & I'llOVIN*
OIALBUHVKYOU, A ASHAYJUt.
Masonic TwrpijB JIlooi:. Vanoodvrii,
Urll.Col.
ttv-lh'llnblo rnporl-), nniltTBrmiinl unr-
veyfliuid mapHof mlnos oxOoiHod ntlow
rates, Auuayamadoon nil UWdsof min-
ei'iila, gold and Oliver harH. Thirty ywirH'
oxporlmico In iiiininf* In Aula, Kiiroiw
und uniiod States of America, h-iohI-h
ton lanauttttos, Aiisaya from a distance
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, B.O. Udel7to
WANTED.
ONR   THOUSAND   CORDS   ORDAR
Bolts, four to sovontonn foot long.—
Apply lo
dto  ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
TO PURCHASERS.
FplIB LIS PENDRNS PLACED ON MY
J... property by Hole and Corbould A Mo-
Coll hut. been removed,
daiidto MRS. EMMA GOLD.
PALACE RESTAURANT
OPPOSITE 0. P. N. WHAIIP,
Front Street, New Westminster.
Ol'II.V  DAI AM.MIIin.
Oysters served In every stylo.   A cnll
nolliilt.il. E, WILLIAMS * CO.,
ilJlyHInii Proprietors. VOLUME VII.-NO. 42.
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., AUGUST l», 1889.
J'l TENDERFOOT'S LUCK.
$ b Relates How He Shot His First
Buffalo.
t Crept. Up oil the Herd, Dlnzed Away,
tnd iiNolilts Hull Bit tho Dust-Au Vu-
pi-olltnblo and Ooclilottly Dls-
nffroeaulo Surprise.
Ono day, whilo I waB ticket agent ol tho
.mans Pacific railroad at Wallace, Kan.,
} ii n g lhe years that buffalo wero atill roam-
if ia vast herds over tho plains, tho tele-
-ij,h operator at tho station came into my
ben In n great Btato of excitement, writes
Kow York Sun correspondent.
"Thoro'sa millloa buff alo feeding on tho
alrie only three *miloB below here," he
{claimed, "and not moro than a quarter of
hiilo from tbe railroad track. Let's go
>.vnandbagafew,"
I v.-as still a tenderfoot In tho region, and
'vi crazy to kill a buffalo. Bo, la loss than
in minutes aftor tho operator brought me
j news, wo mounted a hand-car, and,
■empaniod by ono of tho track repalrors,
j- ri i spinning along toward the spot whore
[e buffaloes wore reported to bo feeding,
ho report hadn't beon exaggerated, oxcept
Jifc the buffaloes were feeding no nearer
J-.ii a milo from tho track. That was the
i i herd of buffalo I had soen. I saw many
•J*** ono afterward, but nevor saw ono that
: '■ I compare in vastness with thin great
mn gathering. Tho prairie scorned flllod
h them. They formed ono black, un-
t ken, undulating mass that seemed
tmded only at tbo horizon and stretched
i.l ward and westward as far as the oyo
iiid follow It. Tho hord was on the north
lo. of the lullroad, and feeding toward it.
. railing our hand-car and taking our guns,
i proceeded cautiously across the prairie,
If creeping, half crawling, until wo had
wceoded in approaching to within a guar-
r of a milo oftho advance guard of the
■ -glity host.
■A3 wo lay thero watching tho systematic
ran gement and conduct of tho vast herd,
i divisions and subdivisions and line of
Hposts, our attention was attracted by tho
miliar actions ot various members ot ouo
the bmichos which was feeding nearest
us. First one buffalo would giveasud-
n jump, run several steps, stop and look
3k, and thon, giving his body a thorough
iking, would resume his feeding again,
!y to repeat his strange mauouvers a fow
:onds later. Another and another woro
octcd in the same way, and, ono after
other, thoy finally fell abruptly to tho
ound, and lay stretched motionless thore
full length.
'It scoms to mo," said I ina whisper to
I* companion, "that rattlesnakes aro
/-ting ln their work on thoso buffaloes.1
'No," said tho truckman, who seemed to
ow something nbout buffalo, "tbe'prairlc
ttlcsnako can't kilt a buffalo. Not ns
lok as thoso follows have gono down,
yhow. I never saw any thing like that
[ore, andcan'tuuderstandit."
TO oolvo tho mystery, wo concluded to
'0 into that particular bunch, wliich would
tnipcdo it, and in turn Bond the ontiro
i'd speeding away over the plain. I was
lowed tho privilege of flrst flro, I crawled
> to within three hundred yards of the
noli. A magnificent spiko bull stood
'thin oasy range, broadside to mo. I
'mid nt him mid Ilred. He fell where he
ood. His immediate compamous fled.
:io alarm spread along tho herd, and soon
0 vast body was thundering away to tho
Srthward, shaking tlio prairio by thoir
•hty tread. Followed by my comrades, I
lied up to my trophy. I put my foot on
massive nock, and felt proud of my
Movement l lookod uacit at my com*
tuns. They wero standing stock Btill
toot behind mo, thoir oyos staring at
lothtng beyond me and their jaws
■ping. I turned to seo what thoy were
ling nt and my oyos instantly became aa
ing wido open as theirs were, I novor
iiv whore he could havo como from, but
pro at tho othor sido of tho buffalo I had
d stood au Indian.  Ho was at least six
ib nix Inches tall. He was entirely naked.
•opt that ho woro a strip of buckskin
yujidhislolnsanda quiver of arrows at
1 back. His oyes flashed wickedly as ho
v.-himself up to his full hoight, placed
s • ioton tho buffalo, and, smiting himself
his bare breast, oxclaiincd in a haughty
tl imperative tono:
'•Maboofalo*o*o!"
Before tho Indian had finished malting his
jjsilive claim to tho buffalo I becamo pain*
becamo pain
Ily aware that ho was not alone, but that
Moss than six othor Indians, as big and
ugly aa he was, had appoared on the
kino as quietly andmystcrlouBlyas ho had.
had no intention whatovor of disputing
j rod thief's claim, aud I know that
.-.-her of my companions had, I took my
St off of tho dead bull, which was all tho
(diun I know for resigning my right to tho
j'iihy. Tho Indian folded his right arms
-*j[d looked, I thought, contemptuously nt us,
d then exclaimed:
Tabao?"
IVo interpreted this lightly to mean that
o Indian wanted a chow of tobacco. Sim-
tanoously all throo of us produced a big
tig, and reached it toward him. Ho took
em all, bltoff achow from ono, and stowed
j threo away somewhere in his breech-
.th. Then, with a wicked leer, ho waved
i hand toward tho railroad. Wo Inter-
stod this to mean that wo hod bettor go,
d wo wont. Tlio mystery of tho strange
lions of tiio buffaloes wo had soon fall
Vi explained. Tho Indiana had been ln
iingon tlio odgo of tho herd, and woro
■'•iiijroft the choicest of thom with their
(BclbsB and deadly arrows. Wo novor
dted back until wo had reached our hand-
'.- on tiio track and woro to start for homo,
on wo saw tho Indians squatted in nn ex-
bd group on tlio ground.
'Thoy nro gambling for our tobacco," aaid
3 trackman.
I'iittt was tlio way I shot and lost my flrst
ffalo, and I havo ofton congratulated my-
7 sinco that I didn't loso my scalp, and
mys wondered why that villainous red-
n happened to lot mo keep it.   ,
STUDENTS  IN   GERMANY.
.torostliig  Statistic! Concerning   Their
Work and Studios.
Tho following interesting statistics occur
an nrticlo on "Student Lifo in Germany,'
■ Hr. F. M. Warren, In the Chautauquun
.Vi* find in tho twenty schools of Oormany
'mo twenty-six thousand students, of
I iom ovor twolvo hundred are foreigners,
p Russsiaus leading, closely pressed by
p Swiss, Auslrians and Americans, in
niliors thut do not vary far from two
aid red for each nation. As might be sup
sol), the largest towns contain tho largos
-liiiilkitiH. Tho modorn university, liki
. mcdlmvnl, appears to domand tho multi
loity of industrial life, Tho University o
rlin numbers over flvo thousanc
ideii tn, thoso of Leipzig and Munich mon
an throo thousand oach. To resist thii
.idency toward tho distinctively urbai
initiations- favored to the utmost b*.
[iloa which thoy peculiarly represont, thi
stiLnilonsof tho smaller central power*
d those Iosb fostored by the pride ol
nasty oxert tliomselvos to excel insomi
o specialty—iu which effort they art
tun aided by tradition and habit. Thus
18S7- in splto of tlio greatly suporlor ag
egalo of tho throo universities notci
ovo, cerium of tho provincial faoultiet
ivo successfully maintained, not meroly a
lative, but oven an absolute prc-emi-
mcc. The order of attendance in theology
ioth FrotoBtant and Catholic faculties bo*
g reckoned together, when in the same
Btitution) was, Berlin (704), Loipzig (072)
Alio (508), Tubingen (514), In law, the
ipitals of tho largest two States como
ret, Berlin (1,282), Munich (1,180), fol-
wed by Leipzig (788), and Tubingen,
id fourth (848). In mediolne, tho capitals
i^ain load, but in rovorsed ordor;
.union (1,350), Berlin (1,307), Wurzburg,
iwover, has horo a specialty] (085), wlileh
uts her ahead of Leipzig (781). In philos-
ihy, Berlin (1,884) nndLoipzIg (1,040) leave
io othors fur in tlio rear."
An Opinion ou Flirts.
The Iowa Supremo Court, In n rocont do-
isr-n, expressed tlio opinion that girls who
uliituiilly gad about tho streets Into at
ijrlit huvo no valid claim on tlio courts for
odicss if thoy nro ruined. Tliat ruling
ay scorn severe, but It is based on a law
hat is wider than any human enactment.
HUNTINGTON'S   HORSES.
A Millionaire's DUdicr with Another of
thn Sam** Ilk.
It is fun to hear ono millionaire tell a
story of another millionaire, aud here is
mo of thatkhid,Bayothe Now "Vork World.
Somo timo ngo ho heard that Mr. Huntington had a, couplo of very handsomo cobs for
-sale, nndbeinginwantof just that sort of
thing tho millionaire communicated with
Mr. Huntington and asked his prico. In response to tho noto Mr. Huntington appeared
next day in tho offlco of the would-be purchaser, He explained that tho cobs were
particularly fino animals, and that ho would
not pari with thom oxcept for tho reason
that they woro rather small, Indeod too
small for himself nnd wife, who were
rather largo people. Tho purchasing
millionaire nnd his wifo not boing largo
people, this of courso was no objection, and
Mr. Huntington was asked to stato his
prico. Ho said ho wanted. 81,000. Well,
tho millionaire had seen tho cobs and so had
his coachman, aud ho knew that this wan a
pretty long prico. Ho expressed that opinion to Mr. Huntington, and told him that if
hecouldgct down to a reasonable figure
they might talk business. Mr. Huntington
asked what his idea of a reasonable flguro
was, mid tlio v/ould-bo purchaser said lio
would givo hlm 5800 for tlio pair. Mr.
Huntington scoffed nt tho offer, and Baid
that ho wouldn't entertain It for a moment,
and tlio millionaires parted and mattora
were left in this shape.
Tho noxt day Mr. Huntington reappeared
and said that ho had thought tho Matter
over, and that he was willing to tako nino
hundred dollars, but tho other party to
tho negotiation was not willing that he
should have nino hundred dollars of his,
In thin transaction at lenst, and stuck to Ids
original offer of eight hundred dollars for
thocobs. Mr. Huntington talked for some
timo and expatiated on the equine excellencies wliich justified tho nine hundred
dollar prico, but tho millionaire purchaser
wasn't at nil impressed. Mr. Huntington
was quito as eloquent as any auctioneer
who ever held forth at Bull's Head or any
Lhat Mr. Van Tassel had over employed,
but tlio cloquenco failed of any effect, and
Mr. Huntington again departed. Ho appoared again, howover, and appeared and
disappeared for all tho days of the week
and several days of tho following week, and
altogether spent perhaps twolvo or fouriabn
hours in striving to convince his customer
tlintnino hundred dollars was not too muoh
for what ho had to sell. But failing utterly
in this philanthropic desire, ho finally said
that he would take the eighthundred dollars
whtch was offered if tho purchaser would
pay his coachman twonty-Ilvo dollars.
"But," said the othor millionaire party,
lI havo nothing to do with your coachman."
"But," said Millionaire Huntington, "my
coachman oxpocta something, and it scorns
to mo that if I glvo you tho horses at your
prico you ought to pay him."
Well, tho purchasing millionaire didn't
look at it In that way. Ho didn't.
think that a coachman ou wages—and
ho presumed that Mr. Huntington paid
hia wages regularly--was onl Itlod to
commissions, and ho thought thoy had ;
demoralizing and corrupting influonco a:.
tho stablo or unstable morals of tl.d-cpacl'.-
man, and lio thought also that if thoro wu:
any corruption or denionilu'iiLioil to Q
forward it would have to bo dono with Mr;
Huntington's money. Tlicno arguments'
wore, of courso, unanswerable, and Mr,
Huntington, having spent a number oi
valuable hours—becauso millionaires' hours
must bo valuable—in attempting to induce
tho other "party in negotiation to pay one
hundred dollars moro than ho wanted to
pay, and having failed utterly, accepted tbo
check for eight hundred dollars, and the
horses wero duly transferred.
MEN  OF  MILLIONS.
Seventy - Two   PorsbliS    Whose    YVettltli
' Equals tho Niitlfiiuil Debt.
A correspondent has discovered that then*,
aro seventy-two men in tlio United States
whose combined wealth equals tho National
debt:
WOBtou DoblOU N-QOO.QO0
E--1J, OOXO 2'.0.1.1,1:.'
h. I'. Loiter 10,COO.i o
h. 1. Morton lti,i)!)'i.'!.,-]
CauldwcllColo.....    O.O.W,*/'!'
A. M.Cunnon    CjliflO.ltt."
T. W. Palmer  6,00.1,1   ■
A.J.Drexol  »},'):.. -
OlnusSprooklofl. 20,'JO *,'j ■
Philip Armour a 85,0c*-'..'
j..*. inn lMotijK
.ToMiI. umir 40'jy ")
CM'
;L:;ll,.
.. ID.!, i
..I'lO.'-!!'
..l'.'.lf:
Ge 'rae M. Pullman  b'.Q.i [ ■ i
1.1.P.Hnichiuson  (i,oii.) i.i
lttisacllA. Alficr....'. '. .",   6,000/' j
Julni F.iTnnoB lu,t)!:i on
Mi'.riIi:i]H".ctil  IVl'IV    ■
Juhii D. lioi'itoMior on,uo,)ii
IL A. Fiu-lfl'  15.0U0,-. 'I
John J. .iititn-iius    B.00'1,-!'!
Oora'lusVinidorbilt llu-iu*,..'
Will am li. Vsiti'terbilt B'-UO-i, f-
F. \V. V.l..dii-1'ilt 10,1)01. :
Geortro ft', Vii'Kicrbiit iB-oO'i.-i
RT.'iiini'ui'ii'.'.;; "'.'.l'.'.'. v.V.'.'.'.v.'.'"! %'.'
John T, DiiviB  15,0X1 '
Charles McOluro   6,00.'. '.')
W.'B.-Biullth    B.003,0.-:
Auflvaw cJarnofflo 40.oo.VKio
D.W.BtBhoil  15,KD,C0l
Cii-oit-'o V.'. VVi'stltiijhouao Kii.Ki.'.;).::
W.UBloano. 181i'0J,0Ji]
GeorgoLuufor  l.\:'i'.'•:■)
G.U-Iluvon  10,000,00')
George ft. Cmckor  1-3,0 ().'CO
W.H.Bradford  Jii,:iu.:!j;.
Ausoa P. yiultea ,...,.   8,00^0.10
liruvMiiIvos    11,000,009
J, Wi Mrtokny  80,000,0 0
Jntnca G. Fair L0t030,00U
Leliiiut f'.hi'.iford -i'VJiJU.Ui
Chiii'lus Prntt   t),0j;i.000
SiimnolA.Sci.lt  KV'.^.-i'i)
QoorgoWi Clitlds. 11,000,000
D. W. Bnico  lV,0001iiO.l
John "Waiiamakor..,. 15,00.*, on
Warner Miller    5,000.'> ..
W. ILWIndom    MOii'-i
Sidney Dillon I6,0|*fi,i>Jj
David Slnton ai.thki.iii-i
John Hny    5.000,000
J.H.Wiulo    6,000,000
Arthur Puo Gonnun    0,0tXI,Ul)O
MOURNFUL STORIES.
A Sorlos or Talos Invoiltoil by a Yeun-
"'   Laity for Uio Ilenelli et* Huron,
Thero is a vory nlco young lndy in Wash
ington who, according to tho Post, lias -..
way of ridding herself of bores to bo com'
mouded fur uniqueness at lenst. Bliolo'.l-
tliotlrosomoparty nBtory; thou a socond:
If the second doosn't start him, tho third
ouo is almost suro to. In aaso that falls
tho fourth never mlssod Its man. Bho
calls them her "Undertaker Series." Thoy
aro ns follows:
"Ok I dear," said tho beautiful daughter of
a prominent undertaker, "I am afraid 1
shan't ho ablo to go to Warn toga tliis sum
incr, Papa says ho novor know people to
ho so frightfully healthy. If somo one
doosu't dlo boforo long I shan't ovon havo a
new spring hat."
Tito second runs as follows: A Now
England gentleman wont toPlorcnco in tho
last stng03 of consumption, lingerod n fow
months and passed nwny. His bereaved
widow telegraphed homo i "John is flood.
Loss fully covered by Insurance" Bliti
then sot about preparing tho remains for
shipment to tho North. The local undortakui
was called in, Tho Benson wos about ove )'■
ond his largo and select assortment In-'
boon reduced to a single caskot, whjtih
proved about two foot too long for tlio <!■.
ceased. "Nevor mind," Bobbed tho widow,
after Bhe had hagglod tbo prico down to the
lowest possiblo figure; "tno nox ib loo long,
but I can fill the ond in w-wltli oranges I"
And tho third Ib like unto this: A
certain undertaker's energetic wifo ekes
out tho family purso by keeping a board-
lng-houBO. Tho boarders claim to bo ubl<-
to tell, with unerring accuracy, when tlio
husband has had charge of a funeral, becauso tho next day thoro aro flowers on the
tablo, aud Ico on tho butter.
Tho fourth story can bo told only under
oxtromo provocation. It would bo downright gravo robbery to ropoat it.
A llii*; Under Hur Sklti.
Mrs. Litvoim Baker, of Plymouth township, Montgomery County, Pn., lins for
many weeks been suffering intonso pnin in
hor neck nnd shoulder. A fow days ngo a
largo black iipot nppenred, An liiolfilon wan
mado by n doctor, who took from Uio' Hush
a largo bug resembling a potato bug some-
what. Shu is now suffering from cry-Sip.
elas, tho result of tlio bug's proBonco in
hor skin.
THE im I'M. PHELPS.
The above is.a pot trait of lho Into Prof.
Edward E. I'helps, M. D„ L. I-. D„ of Dartmouth qollego. Ho was a slrong, ablo
mun, whoslood high in llio literary nnd
Ki-itntlib worlds. It is hot generally
known,ibut Itls, nevertheless, the truth,
thnt Prof, Phelps wns tlio discoverer of
ivhiil. '.s known t» die mudlcal profession
ni*d chemists tinlvonially ns Palne's
Ci loi-y Com pound, unqiicRlloiinbly mm of
tho most valuable disc- verieKof this ueti-
(ii* y. This romarkablo conipnand is not
a nervine, fit. essence, a Narsnparfllu ur
any rto\ iscd nrticlo, but a discovery, nnd It
mnritHn dh-linel stop In medloal practice
and lliolrotttmentof norvous coinptlcn-
llon**. if hns been freely admitted hy lho
I..--;' I'li'ilU-id itih'ii! In the hind, nnd nlso
by tho loHtliiis cheinlstii end si'icuttHis,
Unit, for ner-. i' 11 oiil.lc*-, norvini!-  *'•-. hn na
il**
thi'dis
lly.s
•emli'iiand teirlblaPc
eil i
dh
(h equal to
y of Prof. I'helps.
Palne's Celery Compound is now being
pivri-im! In qiuiiittlics, aad oan bo pro-
cm nl nl Jin.'.- ii-jnitiiiiU'drin-.-i'lKt. An nt-
triicllvi- bimi'horr-i'lcn In lobe feu nd on
every wrtipper. It linn hecomo speidnlly
piipiitnr ninong ■ni'ii-'-'rl'iiiul men, mind
woilti'is, liitlli'K liiuii.'jicil Willi oxciliiiK
social diilk'f; and froijncutors of the lend-
ingciub*/.
W. 0. LOYE,
I
Re-pn'rina Kently Done.  Cork Sole
Worli u SpeulitHy.
tKirordora promptly iittondoti to,
Glarhsou «;t,, in rear of Colonial Hotel, ncxl to Hand Urns.' oHlne.  dneltf)
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
€3 M. S3, -a3 23 ES.' SS
Temple of Music!
Is the Place to BuyEIrat-OMs
PIANOSA™ ORGANS
Au.-ik-Ii LM.tcsaiul Terms a-, will Suit
Any Reofcouftble Buyer.
I'm- price" and tehns, npply to CAR-
TRR'ft TISMPLE OF MUSIO,
Vuncuuvor, 15. C.
220 Hantlngfl St, West, daplUo
BUSINESS NOTICE
V   HAVE
'ill
I    pmln
future the
Hisl:
del* tlio 11
.me
MOlKNIES
. DAY TAKEN INTO
li. \v.jlct:i*"ii-'.*i nud In
.•''*; will hoeinidnotpd lin-
nil stylo Of A. A E. VV.
A. MoINNIES.
W1-: WISH TONOTHPYTHE PUBLIC
that wc- havo i'0-iipeiicd lu tho NKW
STORliJ, roPinirColiiiiiblnitniHiBlni* Bliiii
with a full and Ppleetllnoof
QroGer'iQS <% Provisions
Bollcltliii,' ii L'tJiitliiiiiinfodf ih" public
imtronBBe,      A. & II. \V, MoINMIES.
Now Wesl., Augusto, 1880. dnuOyl
s'li:,
uui,,
iiu:
11 ■
IH'.'.-Ullltl'l
IS PES  CENT. OFF
On all cash purchases,
A. 13, WINTEMUTE,
Slsnoflho"I)tilhllo.»
New Wesl.,.! Uly '21,1886.       dwJ127lo
Auction Sale!
r jiavk iti'■"'■•:iVf.n in-itiu:ctions
I anil will m'M by I'ui.lif AnvMrni,atthe
t:.\lnni:i] Ilnlol, nu SATUUn.VY,AUR«M
lilst.lKKIt, nl T.IWo'ehiek p. in., Ihofollow-
iiu,'vnlniiliiepi'o|K'ily,vi/.:
Section'*."i(("'ni,iii'i i".: ltiDitcn.'S, more or
less,), lllock r, N.-n-ni, Iianif.. Two West,
Township No. :];', I!an«e West of Const
Mi'iidliiii, New WcstinInstcr. Dlsfl'loli
til.'oiil :;'.' iiillns from lli'ov.-iisvl!h',i)ii Yalo
road; l'/t in Ilea itnm I-'rnscr Klvir. Illi-
mrivi'MiimlM-7 lU'i-c.-i I'lciiffd; nil under
fence. Ilouso, liiirn Wiimlshcd; ""(•tiod
wi'll« ilrsUdtiss waici1. A yniiiif-Onduird,
cniisisiiiir,'rif :iivai-ii-i]i-3i)ffmitirtesfmm
Bto -I years old.  Terms cash.
A.M.NELSON,
dJyL'.'Itd Auctioneer.
rn-.Kcv.-a from Saanich to VictormI
SEND FOK CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flow-
or nnd Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, Sre. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
UmlilMlllll VIOTOIMA.II. O.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANCI'AC'l'OIlEHS  OF
fIN, COPPER &8HEET-IR0N
*W -A. *Et *HJ,
VKUATiiK'S KI.OCK (UP-STAIHS),
Fitosi fiTKi:KT,       Nkw Wkstminsteu.
HAVINt. .1UST OPENED IN TIIE
above line, •-.•['rospcctftilly solloltn
share of (ho li'iuli', mid trust hyearoful
at loot ion to ordoni ami moiicrale chaws
to "uerlt tho snnie. Expei'lcnced workmen; i-ali^iti'lion tniaranleetl.
Ks-Hmnti'-'fiii-nlshnl fm-Calviini.'.Mlion
Cornice, llo.-.llmr, I'luinliln^, Gns-llltliis,
HI on in and Hot Water llunliiif-, Ae.
KOT Enl nuice lo premlnus on ".|aiy.-"-I.,
ill rem- of Hunk of I). O. dwttilil)'
IV YOU WANT TO 1-1NJOY A GOOH
CIGA11, ASKFOltTIlK
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
affThoy tiro not only mndo of tlio
Choicest TolmcOO lmt tboy nro of
IBOIIIC ninilliraclHVC* imd slmuld bo
]ialroni;'.eit by all good citizens,
WM. TIEfJEN; Mamilaotiirer,
iiiii.imooit ni;n.i)isti,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER,
IjTOTICE.
ALL PERSONS AKE WAUNEDTIIAT
KAmuki-Oui"i:u lins no right or title
to nny portion of
LOT  SiQ,   tBtOVV   I*
Ni-w* Westminster District, and nny sales
purporting to bo made by hiin of any portion Of I he snid Lot, will be void
,,„„ Donald A. Smith,
1,0r   It. U.AKHIT8,
J. M. JJItOWNINO,
Oommlssloner.
Vancouver, July 25,1880. djlySlml
CITY BREWERY!
Ale!   Ale!
Tlio Very Bost In the City is Brewed by
JOHN W.  ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Brewery, A*jnos Street.
Orders loft nl, Dickinson's Bu taker Shop
shall have prompt attention. Give us a
trial and Judge for yourselves.
New West., July 18,18S9. dJIylSlc
BRACKMAN &.KEFI*,
MANUFACTUKIlll'l Ol"
Ily the Latent Improved ProCOSfl,
^■ABSOLUTELY   TURK.
1KLI.S lit Norlh Siiunlcli.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE! Victorin.
drah2f!ui6
f.LLlWDd-BdL
330-332 C0BD0VA STREKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Inr nrtors nnd Dealers ln
MAomNERY
OV ALL 11KSCJ1ITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOtc
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
QA.UTIQN.
OWNERS AND MASTEH3 01? VI3S-
GC-lsiiud oilier (U-ufl. nnvlcnlln.!,' lhe
Fruser ltlvcr ure caitlloni-d lo keep wltli In
the ttitovs palnled llnl nnl While, re-
Kptiotlveiy.iil ihu Mission UridKc, iinilur-
ln» tliiM'oiiKlrnctloii ot Iho IlrhlKc, nnvt-
gntion between the banks of the Kiver
nnd Iho Buoyn Ik dangoroufi, owing to pli'
being driven thore,
II. ABBOT!',
General Superintendent.
Vancouvor, B. c, 7tli May, 1880. dmyfilo
Plants for Sale!
—at Tin:—
Douglas Street Nursery.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,   Including
all tho lending varieties of
Apples, Pears* Plums- Cherries,
—Also—
fi llAtli PBl'lTU of every dcscripilon,
Stint*!iicln, lVi'cnlliH nnd ''niw.t made
"ihiwapjlyl p. LATHAM.
SE11TD  TTOVR
avidson Bros.
VANCOUVER,
To Have Them Put in Good
Repair.
CAU, AND SEE OUR STOCK WHILE
IN THE CITY.
DAVIDSON   BROS.,
Cordova St., Vancouver,
 dllySlic	
ESTABLISHED ».
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposim llie Colnulnl Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
.1.    assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, aud suppllod to Fam<
Mies, RcHtaumnta, and Stoamboatn at tho
LOWEST POSSDJIJ! WtTOBlS.
Farmers, Attention!
THB tltoERSIflNBD HAS
FOR  SALE
Chllllws-ck, SI. c.
Ill Farm IVsikoiis,
18 Huck l'mu-ils.
1 Spun well mud-lied l-jeiii' old
Mack Il».-scn.
!t Mini-le D9.-1vii.--i lloi'Hes.
(i ''ows anil Halves.
IO llentl Steers.
1 Trotting IVns'on.
Sir A' Foil Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, HanUvaro,
Croeeries, Ory (lomls, Notions, Crooii-
ery & Stoneware, Clothing, Hats & Caps,
Drugs, l'-iirm Implements, Houso Film-
isliings, I'lirniture, anil tlie Largest Lino
of Hoots anil Slioes aliovo WeBtmlnster
nml tlie most Complete Stool; of Clencral
Morclianilisc,
COME  AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
jyl0d&w3m
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
HEAVE ORI'EUS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyggtg 	
J. W. WINGER
DEAr.EKI**
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notico and at Reasonable Terms.
SkU JUAN LIME
Always lu Stock.
Orders loft at tho O, P. N. Wliarf win ho
promptly delivered, tlmliSDtc
WIH. VIANEN.
WHOLESALE
ftk'Gw Dealer!
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
*3T Highest Price paid for Furs ami
Peer Hides.
Correspondence Invited, -kfi.TeIephoue
Call No. (1. iljastc
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Stubbt, Neaii
CoIjUMBIA STBEET.
J. FEROVSOK, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BHEAD,   CAKE*?,   PASTRY,
Oonfectlonory, oto., etc.
Hotel and "Restaurant trado solicited.
Ail orders promptly attended to and
delivered to any part of tlie city.   dmli23y
.hJwUMi
Con. Columbia and CnunoK Sis.
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments. Headstones & Tablets
In Marhio or Qranlto of Host (Quality.
COUNRU     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. D.-rJuilt received—Iho finest H860l'l*
ni'.-ntof s.'ittitt (.rutiiii-iiiiiniiiii'iiiNover
seen n Hrltish Ooluinlila, which will Iil>
sold at prices putting competition out of
Llio question.
dwmhSiyl ALEX. HAMILTON- PROP.
TIME    CARD.
CS.   ___-.   St.   CO.
Tbo Fine FliBt-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lcnvo tho O. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
m-v_____tir
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M„
FOB CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Returning Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient   inducement   offers slio
will proceed to HOPE andonsuoli.
ocouslonswlll leave hor whnrf
at In. in.
JOHN HIVING, Malinger.
T. I.. I1HIGGS, Asont,
New Wostminstor.        dap3tc
Time Table!
.-*V*!*S*- THE STEAMER
'   'JT-WBEBT DUNSMUIR
J EAVES WESTMINSTER ovory Mon-
Li day morning nt 7 o'olook for Nanril*
hm, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vnncouvor.
Leaves Westminster avory Wednesday
at7 ft. ni. for Nanaimo direct, romiccttng
with Islnnd rnllway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vnncouvor on
Thursdays mid Friday*) and returns Borne
dnys.
Loaves Nnnaimo on Saturday fit 7 n. m.
for Westminstor direct.
For freight or passnue apply on hnnrd,
or to T, U HniOGS, O. P. N. wlinrf.     dto
M.A.McEAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
1 ivj.;s to nnnounce that lie has
removed to store in
ARMSTROM'S new BLOOK
Opposite Masonic Huiltliii'j,
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLICITING  A CONTINUANCH OF
PUBLIO PATKONAdU.
(IwinhSHto
VlOTOBIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B.C.,
OFFER FOR BALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ar.
Rice Meal,
FOR OATTLE FEKD.
dmh29m0
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
STEAM
DJUJIXilLD
-itao__tro_uxMiaet-~-
Mill! I IHU
COLUMBIA    STBEET,
i\l»w Westminster,'It. f.
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
UNRIVALLED OS THE MAINLAND
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AS
AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM
PER ANNUM, BY MAIL:
Daily British Columbian, - $8
Weekly ■ 2
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
D
COMMERCIAL
Every   Description
EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
ouu facilities m this depart-
MENT AHE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE.
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULING MACHINE ON
TIIE PREMISES WE ARE ENABLED  TO   FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER.
ADOITIOXS AM) IMPROVEMENTS
Hnve recently been mado In the
various Departments,
And with careful and cflicieiit workmen,
fast steam presses, and lirst-olnss materials, wo can guarnntco satisfaction to all
who favor us with thoir orders.
KENNEDY BROS.
nol PnOPRIBTOttS.
Boots and Sho
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
IW REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than nny dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Col-o.ia.'bia Street.
GENERAL
Constantly ou Hand an Extensive Stock of
Ory Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & €aii,s,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
JttJa-KT-S     <SS     BOYS1      SS TD" ■£ »H- £L ■..
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
lit B.—-Farm Produce bought at market rates nr sold on commission,   tt»..Ordi'r**
from tbe Interior promptly alt ended to. d-.ijc'ito
for Infants and Children.
"Cutort.issow-'lin.ptrfto-llldreo'hiil I Beltetlna-rn- Coll., Cu-tlrati-n,
lUB&OrtordBt,Brooklja,N.Y.
gee tion,
Without injurious medicatlon.
TUB Cei-taub Com-ANY, 77 Mim ;iy Streot, N. Y.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LaniilnvestmenlfigGiicy
(LIMITED )
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENRY S. MASON, >■
OUYLER A. HOLLASD, J
ltntKcroiis.
HEAD III III i::
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
Tlio Business of ALLSOP 4 MASON Has
been memed In tho abovo Company and
will be carried on by the Compnny from
this date as a cenerul Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage nt Low
Rates. Town Lots aud Farming Lands
for Snlo on easy torms.     ,
Victorin, B. C, May 10th, 18S7. dwjlys
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
» WELL-SELECTED STOOK OF
DRY COODS
AHD FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE   LOWEST  PRICES.
I.UNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Clullilila Htreet,        New Westminster.
 noldwly      	
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low HhIcr.
Draying aid All Sis of Wig
Dono ttt Shortest Notico.
Dry Cordwooil delivered to nny pnrt of
lho City.
Orden by Telephone win receive prompt
attention,
narstabieB nearly opposite C. P. it. Depot, ColumbiaSt., NewWestminster.
iijantc      QILLEY BROS. mors.
Feed, Lively s Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PBOPRIBTOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING DORSES
tor Hlro, Hachs call ftt all Steamers
ami Trnlnn. Speoial attention Klven to
Honnlhif* Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
ConHlnntlyouHnnd.
Orders may bo left nt the Offloe of Mathers A Mlllknn,t'i>mnilKSloii Merc limits,
Front Slreet, New West. dse21to
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  SV'iliK
Delivered Dally lo CiiRlom-.it- lu nil parts
of Lho City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied »t Special ItatM by tlio year.
FRESH EGOS
Delivered ntMnrkci Rtites,
Orders left  nt M.  Sixoi.aiu'-' will bo
promptly, attended to.
WIGAVJQR & WOODWARD,
djel3yl Proprietors.
-:tP3BC3ffl-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50*ivr Day,
ACCOHDISQ TO UllOSt.
SPECIAL DATES BV TIIE WEI K OR MONTH.
B33" rurtles suppllod with nil kinds ot
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Who do not reoelvo their paper regularly,
from the Carriers or  through   the Post
Otllce, will confer a favor hy report iiu: the
same lo tlie oflloe of publ Icatlon at once.
Tlie city council mt* ts to-night at
8 o'clock.
A new piano for utile at Wni.RekU's.
Front street. to*
The Hyack racing team will be out
to-night in full forco for prnctico.
Walker it Co. liavo Sappoi'ton Lots
nonr New Hospital and Ross-Mac*
laron Mills at old prices.
Tho str. Gladys left for up river
ports this morning with 30 tona of
freight and 20 pas3ongors.
Price & Co's cdobratod Soaps and
Perfunios. Accordeons. from £2.50
each.   See Miss Peebles' window. *
The atr. Emma £«ot stranded on the
Brownsville reef this morning and had
to lie there until tho tide released her.
Don't forgot tho Talmago lecturo,
"Bit* Blunder;*,'' at the Imperial Opera
Houho, Vancouver, to-morrow night,
The str. Maudo arrivod in port today, from Saanich, with a cargo of
600 barrels of lime consigned to Dickinson it Bintiio.
Theni were more- camicrymcn in
town to-day than fora month past, nud
everyone of thom looked as bnppy and
contented as if they hnd put up double
pucks.
An Ottawa despatoh says: Mr. M,
W, T, Dr<ike, Q. C, has been appointed judgo of tho supremo court of
British Columbia, vice Mr. Justice
Gray, deceased,
The str. Kithet arrived   from   Vi
toria this morning with  180 tons of
freight and n largo list of  passengers,
Sho loft on the return trip on tho arrival of the Paciiic express.
Next Tm-3il;iy evening) at 8 o'olook,
in the Baptist Church, Bev. Mr.
Davies, editor of tho Pacific Baptist,
of Portland, will givo a freo lecturo on
a "Trip through Palestine."      *t2
Mr. W. I>. Town-send was sworn in
mayor of the city of New Westmin*
star this morning by Mr. Justice Mc*
Croiglit. and ho will occupy tho civic
chnir nt tho council meeting  to-night.
The collectors nro doing fairly well
in obtaining subscriptions to send the
Ilyaok learn to Tacinna, but aome of
our mouied men aro yet to bo soon
and it is expected their names will
boom tho list.
Tho Y. M. C. A. gymnastic exhibition will take place thii weok, Wediins
day evening. Reserved seats on sale
nt D. Lyal *& Oo.'s book store. Every
effort will bc inndo to make tho entertainment lirst class in every particular.
Tho aldermanio elections on Wednesday are not exciting very general interest, and thete was little canvassing
dono by tho candidates to-day. Tho
popularity of the threo candidates,
however, makes it certain tho voting
will bo close.
Tho committoe appointed to arrange
for tho public dinner to be given to
Hon. EJgar Dawdnoy, minister of the
interior, has received a despatch from
that gentleman accepting tho invitation. The date on which tho dinner
will lie held cannot he fixed for a fow
days yet.
In connection with the Hogg abortion ciiBO, which excited so much comment and interest a ahott timo ago, it
may be interesting to many to learn
that th;1 complainant in tlio caso is
still living mi the sound, snd it is
doubtful whether tho crown will further prosecute the matter in any of tho
other charge.*! against (ho defendants.
■--World,
Thu Times says the German bark J.
II. liii-i'il.', 1001 tons haa finished
discharging a cargo of 1864 tons of
Welsh conl for her majesty's navy.
The vosael Iuib been chartered hy Robt.
Ward tt Co. to load salmon for London, which makes tho third vessel on
the berth hero to load British Columbia salmon, tho other two being tho
bark Titania and the ship Doris Brod*
ersen,
Tho attendance at both the Saturday
evening and Sunday afternoon services
of tho V. M. C. A. wss far above the
average, and the interest manifested
was elso very marked. Mr. A. C.
Brydone-Jnck addressed the evening
servicei nnd Rev. Thos. Baldwin spoke
to the young men in th-J afternoon.
At the close a collection was taken tip
for tbo association in Spokane Falls,
Washington, whose income in cut off,
in couiequencc of tho late fire in that
city
Hon. E. Dewdney passed through
Winnipeg to Regina on Friday. A
deputtlion representing the old set*
tleis waited upon the minister and
presented him with a largely signed
petition assorting their claims. At
Begins Saturday the formal turning of
the first sod of tho Regina & Long
Luke Railway took place, the ceremony being performed by Mrs. Dewdney. Tho party visit Saltcoats on
Tuesday, and start for the const on
Thursday.
fullre Happen la if s.
At the police court thia morning an
Indian who had wandered far from his
home in Alaska, and who hnd got helplessly drunk on Westminster fire
works, pleaded guilty nnd was fined
96. Two young mon who both glory
in tho namo uf Smith, nnd who hnvo
hitherto lived peaceably together in
a cabin in tho swamp, t*u<uTe}jd over
the ownership of an old stovo and
finally resorted t > their flats to settle
tho difficulty. No. 1 got tho worst of
the combat and eveuod up on No. 2
by sotting tho latter nrrusted, charged
with ass-wit. Tho polico magistrate
imposed a fine of 82.50 and costs mi
No, 2 tnd all parties retirod satisfied.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Killed un llie Truck.
This aftjrnoon an unknown man
was killed on the track about half way
between Vancouvor and Hastings by
tho out-guing Atlantic Express. Tho
engineer in chargo of tho train was tho
veteran Peter Ryder, who is one of
tho most careful and Bkillful engineers
on tho rond. Tho train which wns a
heavy one, was proceeding at lho usual
speed when the accident occurred. As
the locomotive turned a short curve
about a mile west of Hastings, the
engineor .saw tho body of a man lying
on the tiaek only a few yards ahead,
the head resting on one of the railsnntt
tho body reclining lengthways with
tho ties. As quick an a Hash Ryder
put on the air-brakes, and tho train
came to a stop ho suddenly that overy
puBsuuger abonrd was alarmed. But
the distance was su short thut tho
train could not be stopped in timo, and
tho truck wheels and ono of the
drivers had passed over tho uufortu-
nntoman before tholoooinotivohnd come
to a standstill. On examination it
was found tint the man's head had
been cut off diagonally, and thnt both
legs had boon severed hnlf way between tho tln'idiH and knees. Tho
body wns sent back to Vancouver and
turned over to the authorities. From
the section format! it was learned that
the deceased had pABflod up the track
a short lime before, to all appearances
very much intoxicated, but why the
foromnn did nob have n drunken num
removed from tho fcraokisnot explained.
It is probable tho unfortunate stumbled and fell, and was so overcome by
drink that ho could not rise. Tho
name of the deceased wns not known
lo anyone of the train hands, but it is
probablo lho coroner's inquest will
bring about identification.
The Exhibition Celebration.
A general meeting of the exhibition
celebration committees was hold in the
city hall on Saturday evening, Mayor
Elect Townsend in the chair. The
committees appointed at tho first
meeting were voted permanent. Mr,
S. T. Mackintosh was elected permanent secretary and Mr. J. S. C. Fraser,
treasurer. Tho sports committee repotted re co 111 men ding that a full list uf
sports lie held and aaked for au appropriation of $750. The St. Andrew's
and Caledonian society presented a
communication asking that tho Scottish games be held under tho auspices
of the society, tho prises to be paid by
tho general committeo. Tho procession committee asked for a grant of
S'100. Tlio ball committee asked for
an appropriation of §300. The dec >-
ration committee reported that they
had decided tu erect two arches, one
representing the salmon industry and
the oilier ihu lumber industry. Assistance in tliis proposition had been
offored by ciinnorytnon and lumbermen.
Tiio committee propose asking oitizens
to decorate their residences, and mer*
chants, to decorate choir stores and
ofliees, Tho committee asked nu appropriation of $£00. The fireworks
cun 11 nit tno suggested that thoro bo no
display of fireworks., but only n torchlight procesaion on tho river, fur
whicli an appropriation of £300 would
bo required. Mr. H. G. Boss reported that there would bo no trouble in
having three Indian bands to take
part in the celebration nnd n large
number of Indiana. The reports weru
all laid over till the next meoting,
when il id expected tho or-Uucttou committee will report. The following
committee wero appointed. Horso
racing; Geo. ll. Raymond, J. M.
Wiso aud Herbert Gilley. Rille
matches : A. F. Cotton, J. S. C.
Fruser, F. 11, Glover and Jaa. Wilson.
On motion H. B. Shadwell, R. White-
mutt* and (.). E. Darling wero added to
the decoration committee, and D.
Chisholm M. P. and W. N. Bole M.P.
P., were added to the executive and
reception committee. The meeting
then adjourned till Wednesday night
nt 8 o'clock.
TBE TUG ACTIVE
Malum Her Trial Trip oil Saturday Willi
Most Halls rae Jury RcmiMh.
Although the weather on Saturday
afternoon was anything bnt tho ideal
for a steamboat pleasure trip, veiy few
of the guest] iuvitod tu cnjny tlio trial
trip of the hue tug Active, of tho
Royal Oity Planing Mills Co,, neglected to tako advantago of tho outing.
Being the largest vos3ol uf its clans
ever built on tho Fraser river, unci
having been constructed throughout
with the strictest regard to every
point essential to mako the vessel as
line and completo as scientific shipbuilding could mnko it, tho general
interest with regard to the results
achieved in tho trial trip of the Active
was very groat. A fow minutes boforo 1 o'clock the lines weru cast ull',
and, with Capt. Wm. Johnson at tho
wheel, the Active was headed up-river
ami the trial commenced. Tho party
on board consisted of John Hendry,
president of the Royal Oity Planing
Mills Co., B, Douglas, W. A. Duncan,
P, Grant, Capt. E. H, Seoullar, A. Mo-
Nair, T. J. Trapp, 0. F. Beeohor-
Thpfl, Cunningham, J. Rankin, F. B.
Glover, Thus. Mowat, Thus. Ovens,
a-.pt. Insley, F. CJ. Strickland, J. D.
Batohelnr and others. All that was
possible was done for thu comfort of
tho •-lies!..*, and refreshments ad libitum
wero provided for all who desired to
reinforce tho innor man. Tho Active
proceeded past tho city front at about
half speed, which wns slightly increased after rounding Herring's point.
Tho machinery all worked perfectly
and not lho slightest hitch or nccideut
occurred throughout tho trip. At the
r*louth of Parson's channel tho course
uf tho Activo was changed and she
commenced the homeward run with
120 pounds pressure and tho screw
making 08 revolutions per minute,
Under this increased pressure and
with the current favoring, the Active
fairly flaw through tho water, finally
reaching tho Hoyal City Mills wliarf
at 5:20 p. in. having completed the
last!) miles of the trip in exactly'fo
iniuute-i, or at a speed uf almost 15
miles an hour. Tho party aboard
were more than delighted with tho
performance of the vessel, and those
competent to judge siy she will bra
veritable "flyer" when hoi* machinery
haB been smoothened down by a few
weeks' work. Not the least pleased of
tho ■ par*y was Mr. Hendry
dry and the directors of tho company,
who aro more than satisfied with tho
results attained.
The Acttvo was built in tho Hoyal
City Milts ship yard by Mr. Patrick
Desmond, the well known Bhip builder
of Miramiuhi, N. B., whoso able services woro procurod by the eoiupniiy
for this special work. Iler dimensions
are; length ovor all, 120 feet; length
of keel, 110 foot; breadth of beam, !*-!
feet; depth of hold, 11 ft, 8 in.;
draught, 10£ foet. The boiler was purchased through F. G.   Strickland &
Cu. from the Abell Company, Torch
tu, and is suid by them to bo tho finest
ever made in their establishment. It
is Hindu of i inch steel plate, is J3 foet
long by !) feet in diameter nnd weighs
17 iot!3. It has been tested up to
270 lbs. pressure tu tho square inch,
aud cnu wurk with safety with 170 lb3
pressure. It is furnished with threo
uf Foxe's patent corrugated furnaces.
The engines are triple expansion and
were manufactured at the company's
machine shops, at Westminster, under
the superintendence of Mr. Robert
MeGuire, who designed tho plans,
and superintended tho manufacture of
every item, and finally fitted tho wholo
machinery into the hull, Thia work
is complote in every detail nnd refloats
the highest credit on Mr. McGuire's
mechanical ability. The cylinders aru
12x24,18^x24 and 33x24 inches respectively." The crank shaft and propellor shaft are oach of solid steel 7
inches iu diameter. The propeller is
9 feet iu diameter and was manufactured in Buffalo, N. Y. Tho engines
are fitted up with surface condensers
and circulating and air pumps frum tho
Kpowlea Mfg. Co., of Lowell, Mass,
Tho cylinders and bed plate were enst
at tho Vancouver foundry. The vessel ia well arranged fur comfoit. She
has a cabin aft with 7 bertha for tho
oflicers; it private saloon with two
state rooms in the wniat for tho company's manager nnd ample quarters in
the forecastle for the crow, Sho ia
supplied with ovory appliance required
by law in caso of firo or Bhip wreck.
Tho cost lo the company of tho vessel
complete is over $30,000. On tho
whole, tho Active is n splendid vosscl,
n credit to the Roynl City Mills Company and to Westminster, nnd that
she will givo all tho good results expected of her, was proved by her excellent behavior on Saturday.
THE  CHURCHES.
Smmiinrlcs of Hn.no uf (lie CUy Hcrmons
gpnkcn Sunday.
HOLY TRINITY OHUBOII.
Tho services at Holy Trinity church
yesterday morning wero conducted by
His Lordship Bishop Sillitoe, assisted
by Rov. Mr. Irwin. Before commencing tho sermon his lordship addressed
tho congregation on lho re-establish-
111 cut of the Sunday school, which has
been suspended for aonio weeks. He
asked tho teachers, from among tho
older members of tho congregation
to oiler their services, and pointed
out tho great importance of tho Sunday school and tho work it should bo
made tu accomplish. Tho teachers, he
snid, should be persons of experience,
and not boys and girla littlo older than
the scholars themselves. He accused
parents of wilful neglect iu not taking
a deeper interest in tho Sunday school
as a menus of Christain education, nnd
concluded by urging thom to pay more
regard to the children's spiritual welfare. Tho matter of women workers,
in connection with visiting new comers,
sick persons and thoao who nre not
regular ohurch attendant*!, was also
dwelt 1 ii by the bishop, and ho asked
for volunteers to enter into thia work.
He proposed to divide the city into
districts and allot certain work to each
committee. Men workers were also
spoken of, nnd volunteers asked for
certain work proposed to be left to
them. Temperance work, iu connection with the church of England Temperance Society, 13 another work tho
bishop proposes to inaugurate. At the
conclusion of this address Bishop Sillitoe preached no interesting sermon,
taking for his lext Matthew 7th chap.
nnd 21st verse.
lUI'TIST L'HL'llCir,
At the Olivet Baptist church yesterday morning tho pnstor, Rov. Thos.
Baldwin, discoursed on 1st epistle of
John, 5th chap., part 4th verse:
"This is tho victory that ovorcometh
tho world, oven our faith." Ho said :
Tho pnssago is difficult to understand,
n number of questions arise from it.
What is the victory ? What is conquered ? What is faith ? Forthe way
tho word faith, as applicable in tho
spiritual sense, has been understood,
or rather in many cases misunderstood, has mado it the cause of differences and divisions. Tho word world
irionm* a great many things, but we
should first soo what it means and how
it in to be interpreted 111 connection
with tho passage. It is sometimes
spoken of ns conveying tho idea of the
wholo of God's creation, but it cannot
ba thus interpreted in this connection,
neither can it bo understood to mean
thia body of matter wo call tho universe, or even the whole of mankind,
good and bad, or the wicked portion of
the world as in contradistinction to tho
good. Faith overcomes something,
and until tho sinner is born of God ho
cannot fully interpret tho word world
in the sense hore applied. Until tho
sinner has the now birth ho ennnot seo
that body uf darkness nnd alienation
that exists through sin, whethor it is
tho man himself or in tho great accessories to sin, nor understand that now
to bo recovered from his sins and thoir
connection and consequences divine
aid is necessary, and divine aid nlono
can recover and rescue him from the
world of sin which has perverted hiin
alike with other men. Another question arises : Why docs John hero call
faith tho victory 1 Why docs lie speak
of it as the end and not the means 1
Because God in tho new birth puts
man in harmony with Himself. "Born
uf God," nnd therefore being in harmony with God, mnn experiences just
tho opposite desires, pleasures and
ploiBurnblo associations to what ho did
befure; tho unbelief, sm, corruption
mid death give placo to faith in the
power and Jove of God, belief in tho
relationship into which mnn is brought
by tho atonement, becoming boiis of
G-d, and peace and lifo us a result of
trusting Him ns a Father, hence tho
victory. Everything comes from an
end, a germ as it wero, and tliat which
is born of tho flesh ia ileal), but he thut
ia born of tho Spirit and conditioned
iu lho Spirit, ho ia spoken of as a now
creature and ia, in a most tingible
condition, one with tho Father, a Bon
nnd heir by tho Christ naturo whioh ho
imbibes; therefore, tho faith Bpokon of
in this pnssago is not a moans to an
end, but tho ond itsolf. There nre
two points coming out horo: Faith,
being begotten, becuinos a mentis to
an end, nnd the knowlodgo of the
Most High being ingrafted into tlio
very nature of the regenerate man,
clusters around it influences, desires
nnd Aspiration;- analagous to the Divine attributes, and those in lino of
service becomo a mentis to nn end.
First, lio is a bnbo, now
bom, by nnd bye he matures into
that power by which tho noul
ia cultured up into tho likeness of the
Moat High, and interest in His service. Tako an example, tako a class,
try nnd teaoh thom history, hut you
find some ono saying they do not bo*
Hbve that Napoleon or Cromwell or
Wellington ever l[vod, what are you
going to do? You can nover make a
historian of that one, because thero is
a lack of sympathy necessary to tho
study. Tako a class in geography, and
as you propose to draw outlines of tho
various spheres that go to make up
the universe, someone objects, bo*
cause they havo never seen the countries you would try to make them believo exist; you can't teach that one
geography, simply becauso thoy are
out of relation to the study, und therefore will never learn. Can you take
men out of tho world of darkened associations and mako thom 111 likeness
ready for the Kingdom without a condition? Ko, you cannot. Man must
be born again, then by faith rend God,
His character, view Him standing on
tho universe, framing laws in love for
tho benefit of His emit on, and, understanding His morey and love, you will
be built up and established iu faith,
whicli thus becomes tho power by
which we nssimuhtte to His character,
"If you love Mo, keep My commandments." May God give ub that operating, disciplining, unifying faith that
shall sanctify us body, soul and spirit.
The now choir entered upon Us
work for the first timo at this service,
and mado a very creditable lead of tho
service of praise.
PERSONAL.
Thos. E. Ladner was in tho city today.
I. Kipp, of Chilliwack, was in the
city to-day.
S. Mollitrd, of Chilliwack, gave us a
call this morning.
R. Jones, collector uf inland revenue,
Victorin, is in tho city and iaatayingat
the Colonial.
Mrs. Sillitoe goes to Vancouver tomorrow, and will, therefore, not hold
hor usual "at homo,"
Dr. Fiigan nnd J. E. Gaynor returned from Banff yesterday afternoon
after n very interesting and enjoyable
trip.
C. C. Worsfold returned from Victoria this morning, having won second place at tho lawn tennis tournament hold there last weok.
John Hendry nud A. McNalr, of
tho Royal City Planing Mills Co.,
left for tho sound yesterday to visit
the lumbering establishments thero
uud inspect tho latest machinery introduced into tho lumber cutting business.
CONFIRMED.
The favorable impression produced on
the first appearance of the agreeable
liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, a few
years ago, hus been more than confirmed
by tho pleasant experience of nil who
have used it, and the success of tho proprietors and manufacturers, the Cal. Fig
Syrup Company.
Melenriilet-leal neporl fur Week Cud Iiu;
Aug.   Kill,  1HS9.
MAX. MIN.   HAW.
Sundny 75.0 54.0
Monday „. 75.0     50.0
Tuesday 80.0     55.0
Wednesday 74.0 54.0    0.10
Thursdny 07.0     57.0
Friday 01.0     50.0    0.24
Saturday 58.0     56.0    0.-18
Thick smoke and fog.
A. J'Kei.k, Capt'n.
IS. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contributo towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making tlie next annual provincial fnir, to bc held in this
eity, a grand and unprecedented Bitccess,
tho undersigned agree to contributo tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid Into tho association or to trustees
competent to receive the samo, on or before U months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, nnd to be applied
to preparing exhibition ground-; nnd
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
Sharpe A Paine, Lulu Inland    lil 00
I. P Eckstein    10 00
It W Armstrong  1000
PR Glover.    10 00
Walker* Hlindwell    10 00
Claud Hamber.    10 00
I'eterGrant .,    10 00
A  J Hill    10 00
Capt A Grant    10 00
J H Macdouell    10 00
W O Loye    10 00
W. O Strickland    25 00
H H Webb    25 00
T Cunningham   :iO0O
Henderson Urn-., ('hlJHwli-K-k    10 00
A I! Wintrmiito    io 00
PerEx-Miiynr JHelclnsoti SUllii
Annie M .Tnqnes    10 00
Jas C'ii)inli>i'l:-tm    50 00
Grant* Uagsirom  20 no
J w SoxsmltTi  :i0 tto
B Douglas nm (hi
K ft Seoullar A Co   65 00
Ackerman llros   SO 00
Held* Clinic    'jr. 00
H T Read a co  ao 00
W H Thibaudeau    15 00
Grant * Maclure   in 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co  i'O 00
sii;mitn'iioss rim.
TlIK Coi.UUllIAK $100 00
W.I Armstrong  ;to 00
O W Brymner  20 on
Stewart A Citsli  25 U0
Georgo Turner  10 00
Young A'lVrhnne  10 00
Terhuno & Co  10 00
A Il.-Klli !-,:■>■         I5 0l»
1' I'.il'iile-ui    l.i IHI
WCCoatlnm    25 00
T M Cunningham  25 on
A K Hand  '25 00
Hov J 11 While  )0 00
Gilley Bros  20 00
Next!
Whon Bsby wu slok, we gave her Cwtorln,
When Bho wu a Child, Bh« criod for Cutoria,
When ehB became Itian, ehe elaug to Outerls,
When tht had Children, ahe gr-ve them Cutorli
TENDERS
CJEPAHATK TP-NDF-KH A1UD CAl.LKll
O for tlm construction or Die simitKY
DYKE, Flood dates, and all work In connection therewith. Tenders will bo received Up to AUffUlt SlBt, at 1 o'clock [i.
m., and plans and specillealloiiH maybe
seen, after August 16th, nt, the residence of
Hoove Punch. Brownsville, where blank
forms for tender mny be obtained.
Tho lowest or nuv tender not necessarily
accented. Byorder.
HENHYT.TIIBIPT.c. M. 0.
Surrey, July 110,1880. JyliOdtdwl
C. E. WOODS
Land Surveyor.
A. C. GAMBLE
Notart Public.
WoodSp Timor ft BuUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
l-IUfl-JKhUVDjI
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AQ-BNTB   FOE
FIUE.-Tho WOBtoru of Toronto/The ^Ellin, Tho City of London, nnd The Hartford.
IJ Fl*.—The Now York Life Insurance Co.
AOC1DBNT—Tho Travellers-of Hartford
Lmtd Surveying In all Its branches ac-
ourntetyand promptly carried out.
CI!y and Hiilmrlirm Lnuili for Salt-.
Wo can show a complote list of (Jeslrnblo
localities.
Varmlngi-ftiMU, improved und uiilm-
nrovo'i, throughout the district.
Milling and other Stook bought and
sold.
Money to I.onn on flrst mortgage at
low rates.
Tki.ki'iio.nk Call No. S3.
P.O. BltAWBItW.
WOODS, TUBNKB * GAMBLE,
Office, Eludb'i Blook,   •   Columbia Street
new westminbter.
dmblite
VOLUME VH.-NO. 48.
enaiupeiaHouse
Vancouver, B.C.
' DR. DeWITT
TALMAGE
Will Cllvo Ills Celebrated Lecture,
"BIG BLUNDERS"
 ON	
Tuesday, 20th August
Seats May be Booked at Herring's
Drug Store, and also at D. Lyal
& Co.'s Bookstore.
RESERVED SEATS 81 50
" "      OnStugo 125
Body of House 1 00
Gallery  r.     75
OVERTURE BY PROF. MILLS AT 7:46.
JtarArrangenieiit!* hnvo been made with
the CM*. II. for running a special train to
this city nfter tlio lecture, providing there
are fifty passengers, and on this condition
tlcltels for the round trip will ho SI 25.
Inquiries as to tickets may be made at
the Depot. dnulOU
A Pleasing1 Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tlio uro of Syrup of Figs, as i;
acts gently on tho
Kidneys, Liver $3 Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System yfhun
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL OOKSTIPATIOBT
•without -weakening or irritating tho organs on which it acts.
ifor Solo iu *)Cc buttle-- by alt LotnUn-r
Drujjslsta.
MANCFAOTUiii-ti CSiiY ar THR
OALHOEHIAFIftglBUPOO
. fi as Phjjicigco. Cal..
"^iJWH.M*. KY. K*W t'OBK   Sf. ;
ffimmw.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Streot, New Westminster, B.C.
|TELEPHONE No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK ANO SHARE BROKERS.
London and Ijaiicrtahli g Klre and
BrllliU Kmiilre Life Inanranec
Compaiiltas.
New Wemmlimtcr Building Society.
Accountant'* Odlce, Diocese of N.W.
City Audltora, 188G, if-gf and 188S.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have aeveral sood investments on their
books, nnd all uow comers will do well to
call before doing businesa elsewhere.
dwStlely
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CONSISTING  OF
Brussels, Tapestry,
Kidderminster,
Hemp, Etc.
also, Rugs, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, and
Japanese Mattings.
tf(-jg=»Aiiolli<M- large slil-niie-it close at lmiul wlitcli will bc
""       opened In n few days.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
iiwto xa._A.BOxaxo bx.ooie.
AT    SALE
CLOTHING
Gents' Furnishings, Hats, &c.
A Big Reduction in Prices, Regardless of
Cost, for the Next Week or So.
Must Reduce Our Stoek to Make Room for
Fall Goods.  Take Advantage of
This  Sale.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Next Door Bank ol Montreal, New Westminster.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
2Z,___J__2Z,-___-___   IIT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador XXexxixigs,
"Mlaclrexel, Salt Cod,
jLxxxi.oM.x's TJxio. "Hamas,
JLxxxi.oia.x's TJnc. Bacon..
Flour. "Bran. Sliorts,
MTHIQUEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
•uiim-iy Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
Just Received!
 AT	
Tas. Ellard & Co's
*> A FULL LINE OF **>
NEW CARPETS
-ALSO-
OUR FIRST CONSIGNMENT
LADIES' GOSSAMERS
 AND	
GENTLEMEN'S RUBBER COATS.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WA8E, M,
BUST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses to iteel, rubber, silver arc ;-..i-.]
frames.   Tho iinest Pebbles mado, $4 per pair; till sielits suited.
Special -ittuntlon given to FINK WATCH REPAIRS. Having Ioavim..; st.o
busiiieas thoroughly from somo of tho finest Horologera in England, ami eh.ee ihop
mnnaged tho watoh-repniring departments,of a fow of the beat firm*1 on the e% --i:*-
nout of America, iu a iiilHciont guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly tu u-i-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-ltnown linn of Savage k lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate*
Montreal- Deo., 1887.—Mr. P. Crab-.—Andw. UobertErnir," Esij.-, Cmitrmim nl
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, saya: "I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
well forme na you did when in Montreal, nnd I am sorry yon are not hero to-day."
dwiipliitc
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, goto
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi&fii
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
SS Z Or XX - C Hi JL S S
DRY GOODS
 J_2ST2Z>	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
be re-opened August 1st, and will be
under the management of a FIRST-
CLASS DRESS-MAKER from Montreal.
Style and fit guaranteed.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
COLUMBIA STREET.

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