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Columbian.
70LUME 7
KKW   WESTMINSTER, a 0., FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1889.
NUMBER 16
r-HOFESShWAl AHD BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATKINSON,
BAIUUSTEK, SOLIOh'Olt, lo. onleos-
Matonlo llulldlui,', Now Westminster
11.0, dwto
I A itMSTItUNG A, ECKSTEIN,
BAHRISTEKS,  SOLICITOUS!,   ETC-
Masonlc Building,  Now Wc-stmln.
stor, 11.0. ilwniy'to
W.-fOIlHAH BULK. <i. C,
BAnilI9T13K-AT-/,AW,T,.\Nl)A01KNT.
Money to Loan. Olllee-t'larltsoii NL,
New Westminster, 11. 0, die
I'OBnoUUI, IHr.'OLI, .V .1HJ1.V8,
BAllItlSTEIlS, SOLIOITOKK, clo.  0111-
cos—Mnsonlo Blllldllius, New West-
minster, mul Vancouvor, H. (J.       uwto
A.C, HllYI-01.IS-.-ACK, M.A.,
NOTARY PnBt,IC, riONVBYAMOEB,
&o. Barrister of lho Now Brunswick
Hupreme Court. Olllee In tile Humley
Hull'llny, Oolumbla HI., opposite HloOol-
.IOSEIUI K. GAVNOU, U.A.,L1..U.
G°
llie High Court bf Justice, Ireland, oillces,
Corner MeKcuziu A UlarkHou HtH„ New
Westminster. dwf*>2tlc
A. 3. HOLM IES, D. D. 8.,
SUUGEON DENTIST. Graduate of tho
Ohio Colloije of Ut-niiil Burgorj*. J«
now with Dr. u. ID. C Brown, All work
skillfullyjioi'/orniod. Rooms HA 0, Hunk
of B. C, Columbia Hi. Hutim-Hlo Vi a.m.i
h'tOtollp.in. djly3le
G. W. GRANT,
, HCITITECT.   Oilice—Corner Mary uud
L   Clarkson ftlt... WoslinliiHtcr.
dwto
CLOW  tit,   "il.VO.UltlO,
110HITE0TB.    OfflcG-Itoom B, over
Hank of Jl. C.CohnnljIaStieL'LWest-
n-'Uir. die
Wll-MA.il   It- KING,
AltCKITI':CT18ANl'L,AUVl,NGiNEl!;Kp
Ae. Koiniivoil to (Vrmslronf-'s Blook,
Ooluinhla Klroet, Westminster— Itoom
No. % dte
ni
W. THIBAUniQAU,
A ND SURVEYOR AND DUAUOHTa-
j mini.   Jliiinlt'y Bloek, New Wostm In-
II. U, ilmylBle
A. V. ' i>ITW.V,
DOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEY')'*. Olllco: noom D.Bank
of B.(J. building, Westminster, B.C.
<i. I'MTENDRinil,
REAL ESTATE BROKER and County
Court Agent, Commissioner. Notary
Publio, Ae. Bents cotlni-tcd. Oflice—Mc-
iCoir/.lefllrct't, Ncw Wggtjcnlnstgr- B.0.
) T. J. 'I'ttAPF.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbln Stroet, New Wus lm ine tor.
All -'(immirihiiins will receivo prompt
uud careful alu-nllou. Bout refnreiicta
givon when required. mhl2*to
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tho best mokes; Oost'-elit & Illlll(l-SltW8,
Illirlieu Wire for Poncing, nnd all tlio noeossary lltcnstla for Farmlne;
I'lillcy Blocks, Hiiiitili lll.ii'ks, Itu-ic Ai Ultaln In nil «Ucs; Pitch,
Till- & Oakum; Tarred and Plain l-il-im* fur Eliiittlill!*: I'aiiils tVs Oils
in all oolorsi I,l(|lli(ll>ailllsiiiallsliul«| Floor 6'llilllS ready tousoi I'rlllll
Stonesi Wall Paper in all do-lorai '-rooms & tlriislics for all purposesi
I.iilirieiitlii'.* Oils; '"-nips of alt descriptions, nml n general assortment of
Ai'i-leiiiliii-iil Implements.
t_T Special attention givon to orders liy mail,
T. T. r!DJ£.A:jP__P SO CO.,
COLL'llllIA S'PUKUT, NllwJVliHTMIKIlTKIt,
dwjlyHto
GRANT & MACLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
ar*.  ^o  M^wsonxPs
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
Columbia Street, - New Westminster.
•o
'. C. MvC.ALLTNRY,
10MMIHSI0N AGENT and Customs
„' Broker. Doimliis hi., New Wostmln-
sler. Anent for IJ arrlsi m Bprl OgS Asrateil
Wafer; Vtuieouvor Steam Dye A Cleaning
"Worki*} f'nrtcr''* Patent Organs—"thewon-
der of tho age."; Dominion Pianos and
Organs! John*'ton'.-* Patent Kalsominc;
Ifavnnu Cigar 1'nctory; Mon Insurance Co
for live sleek* Ae. Employment Agency
Olllco. A select lot of Toilet Aitleles nnd
Druggists' Sundries for sate. Next door to
Bakery,        djlynic
TUIINEU, UKI.TON A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Whnrf St., Vlcloila.
Ageuts for North British andMor-
caiililo Insuranec Vo. for Mainland. II.
C. Bkkto*** A Co., ;H1 I'insliury Circus, r,oii-
don, E. C. dto
Imperial Fire Insurance Co,
o2r xoirooisr.
' U'JT.ll,,        ■        tl.ttUO.OOJ.SItt. „i,l
Rules ns tow as any othor reliable Companion doing bnsinc'SH iu Britisli Columbia. W. 3. ARMSTRONG,
dJIySlo Agont for Now Wost.
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
BEAL ESTATE,
' FINANCIAL, SKIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, Life A 'Ini'lne Husnrniire.
Cor.u-iMA St., - Oi'i'. Colonial IIotki.
NEW WESTMINSTER 11. C.
dwjlylolc
E-3PA11 Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS,
dtc MES. ,*\*n7"*M:. ,"R^.*S.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
^',TUIh powder novor varies. A marvel of
purity, Kt ronirt li and whol eBomenoss. Mora
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot be sold In competition wlththo
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal baking Powdbh Co,, lofl Wall St.,
New York. Sfely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Author—You return everything
t pfFer. What can I Bend you that
will be acceptable. Editor—A year's
subscription.
Last year British trado with
Jupai. amounted to over $47,000,-
QPO, the United States to §28,000,-
000, China to §21,000,000, France
to $17,000,000. Germany to $9,000,-
000. 	
Col. Elliott F. Shepard, of tho
Maill and Ficprcss, auks; "Oan an
editor bo a Christian]" When it
comes to tho point that an editor
himself has doubts on this matter,
things begin to look pretty serious.—
Rooms to Rent.
FUHNISHED ROOMH TO RENT, IN
M. Oriiy's house, on PinvostSlrnot.—■
Apply on tlie premises. djly8tc
Farm_forSale.
LOT 27, -(LOOK -I NORTH ItANOE 0
Wost, Luln Islinid, nt n Imriraitl.—
Apply I" HANDBIlOS„orKJIWAUD A.
U1IAIMH.'      lull,    l.il 1 .1,..l,.n»...i
SHARPE, Lnlu Islnnd,
dwJo27ml
POR  SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT   FOR   SALE   AT
Ludnor's Landin**.   Fino situation.
Applyto A.H. COULTER,
djlylGwl Ladnoi»s Landing.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO QEN-
tlcmon, Willi  or without  Board, In
private family.   Apply at third house up
tho lull, left hand sliU-of Douglas street.
        (IJolOto
Alontaiia intends to adopt the
majority rule in juries. In future
Montana criminals, from murderers
to horne thieves, are sure to bo acquitted on the ground of emotional
insanity. A majority of ovory
United States jury may be counted
on us beintf sound in that belief,—
Empire,
Says an exchange: It wus reserved for a Missouri man who was a
candidate for u post-office to take
tho offical roll of his church to Washington to show to the president that
he was u member in good standing.
If a man of that kind ever succeeded
in getting an appointment who
would want to go on his bond 1
WOMEN WARRIORS.
Legitime (joint- litu'd Pressed for
Warriors Presses tlie Women
Into Service.
Hi|>]iolyto Scours Hayti   to tlie
Gates of Port au Prince,
which next Vails.
A Urcat Electrical Storm  Devastates and Vloods Several Sections of Ohio.
FOR SALECHEAP.
A FARM AT KENSINGTON PRAIRIE
conlalnliisi l«i) acres; about 100 acres
oleared and '20 acres under cultivation:
has a houso and barn nnd (jood fence all
around It. For further particulars npply
to ,T. JACKSON,
Jlyl5*dti)-wil        Kensington Prairie,
First-class Prairie Farm
-F03E& &.-&JC.ZI.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Norlh Arm, Fraser River; containing 2.-0 ncres nf the finest fnrmlnj' lnnd
lu tho country; ail dyltod, well Improved,
eooil buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further Information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmyUOtc Now Westminstor.
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Dolls, four to sovontoen feet long.—
Apply to
' lo   ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
RAND BROS.
RE
Kftl. EST ATI*. nilOKEUS,
Conveyniicem, Collector*-,
And Insurance Agent i,
■ Offloos at.
NEW WESTMINSTER: CoruiT
MoKenzlo und Clarkson Sis.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Streot.
LONDON .England.
BUILDING LOTS for salo lu all sections
of Vancouvor and New Wostminstor City.
FARM LANDS of superior Quality for
■ale   at   Olilllhvhnek,   Port  Hammond,
] Langley. Matsqui, Humnn, Mud ilny.Lnd-
' nor's- Landing, Lnlu Island, North Arm
^ and Pile River.
,    Maps aud Plans cxhililtod and tho full-
- unt In formaUou f urn billed at all ourofllceHi
■■"W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AND	
'Real Estate Agent
Full List of  City nud Suburban Properly.
Particular nttentlon paid   to Farming
Lands.
j-   Accurate Information to correspond-
1 oiits. dwmyOyl
Macpherson
'  DRUGGIST
Pure and Fresh Drugs
- xrxtxvxrvJX-OBSt,
If Patent Medicines, Etc
i      i'lhsiciahs' p-esqi1ipti0ns carefully
Compounded.
Tolopliolio C'ommuiilcntlon,  Niglit licit.
 ,11011710	
li
I Tenders for Street fork,
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the City Hall, New Westminster, up
to 4 o'clock on MONDAY, Jnly--I'lml, IHU.
for tho
OR.UJlNa OF AGNES STREET,
marked "Tonder f',r Agnos HI.," and ad*
dn"-si'd to tho "l.iiuirmaii nf   linnrd of
Works, City Hall, New Westminster."
No lender ontoilnlncd utile*!" acoom-
ptuiicd by deposit oqmil to t) pei't'ctil.nf
amoiint of tonder, whioh shall (],< frn-fciini
If imrty lendorlng refuses or lii-gleels to
enter Into a <>ontract when cnlleii niuin lo
d» so. Inlhoovent of a londornot liilnu
accepted tho deposit will bo returned.
Plans and speclllcallons innv bo seen in
the Cily Engineer's nlllco, Oily Hull,
The lowestornny ti-ndor not nocossavitv
aouoptod.
Clin I nn n ii
tvllall,
Now West,, July 17th,
J. ". .TAOUES,
of Hoard of Works,
djlyntd
^.GrKNTa
pp**xq-EijS!i
NEW WESTMINSTER, c2rmncekrEnc^e%ktT
VANCOUVER,
COflNEa CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—ANTI-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET,
LONDON, ENG.
IOT CANNON ST.
Town Lots
OF Alt DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia nnd Front Sts.,
in central portion of tlio city; novoral
buildings bring good r«»t-$^000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, nonr Lytton .cJquaro,
6(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia nml
FroiU Sts.-Su\O0O.U0.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feet--
{4,000.00,
Also—Lot and lluildiug with stouk of
Goods, one of the best business standi-
in tbo oity,
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Block 18( two hotians rented at
paying figures--$4,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lomo St., noni' Col-
umbla-Sl2o0.00.
Lots 4, C & 0, Block 111; good liouso,
gardon, ko.\ cltoico icsidoueo property
-?5,2uTj.OO.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fonccd und
cleared -$1500.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
tlio finest residences in tho city—57,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenue, noar
Douglas St.—82,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, corner Royal ivoiiud
nnd St. Patriok'B St.; no boiler rust.
dotibo Blto in tlio city—510,000,00.
1 acre, with
?0,000.00,
houses, near tlio Pewit—
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot Ij Block 28' corner lot on Agnos St.;
line rosidonco sito-SI 200.00.
Lota nn St. Andrew's St., nonr Queen's
Avenue- -§500,00 oacb.
Lots nn Montreal, Douglas nnd Halifax tits,, near Clinton St.; fino views
and woll sit«atod-$350.00, $375,00,
6600.00.
Lot on IMelbonrno St., nenr Clinton*
8300.00.
LotO. Sub-Blook 10; flue residenco lots-
?2r)0.00.
Lots on Ve
each.
mm St,, near Mary-
Lot on IY'llimrt ftt., tmar St. Andrew's;
line Atto—$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., noar Jlolltourno—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square -$300,00.
Lots in Bloek fronting on Nortii Am
road; finest obftnpo lu the inarliot fo:
I'CBidouco or sncculntion-§125,00 tt
0175.00,
Lot-? in ."'ulidivisiou of Lot I J, sub-Bloo
13—$00,00* to $168.00,
Lot- In Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
18—$100,00 oacli.
I.oin in Westminster Addition at $10,00
to $50.00,
(MAJOR & PEARSON
llcnl  Estate Krokcrs nnd
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Lite JlBioolntlun of
Toronto.
Koynl nml LRttCMhln Flr« Ininr-
■n-te OomiitWlci*
nfi.Viiluable I/its for salo In the City
ami District of Westminster; and choice
Lois In ihe City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural properly should communicate with
us.
Oillces: Bunk of B.C. building, opposite
nosloflleOi WiisLinInster,und Hastings8b,
Vancouver. dwapltito
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel  Block,
ftt'W WESTMINSTER.
Sir Henry Loch, tbu newly appointed governor of Gape Colony, is
sixty-two yearn of age. His oxperi-
enoe lias boen varied. He has been
in the British navy, ho has heen in
the army, ho has aeted as diplomatist
in China, and as homo secretary's
private secretary, and has poverned
for twenty yoars the ono home rule'
dependency in tlio Irish Sea—
tho Islo of Stan. His colonial experience was gained in Victoria,
Australia.
A Berlin Judge tho. other day,
when addressing a locksmith who appeared as witness, spoke ns follows
—"I should hnve thought you would
dissuade your workmen from going
to law for such a trifle." Witness
—"That's what I did ! I said, 'Children.' said I, the clerk at tho lawyer's
will tako your coat, and the lawyer
will strip you of your shirt; nnd ns
for the Judge, why, man, he'll skin
you alive!' You see I talked sensibly to tho folks, like that; but it
was all of no use."
Only fivo of the British officers
who fought at Waterloo were alive
when tho seventy-fourth anniversary
of tho battle came around, on. the
18th of last June, says an exchange.
They aro Gen. George Whichcote
(as Lieutenant of Fifty-second Light
Infantry); General tho Earl of
Albermarlo (as ensign of Fourteenth Regiment); Lieut.-Ool.W. Hewett
(as Captain of the Third Battalion
Fourteenth Regiment); and Major
Basil Jackson (as Lieutenant of
Royal StaffOorps).
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
I'ltlCSCUU-TIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnplto
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—\sn—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Ami transact all Ihtaincss relating to
Ileal Kstato.
—AGENTH FOR—
Idinilnn Assurance Corporation.
t'oniieitlnit Uro Insurant*.! Co.or
Hartford. •
london nnd Inncnslilre lire Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance (Win-, hd. (Marino)
OFFICER!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwriiuyi
John L. SulHvnn says he will
nover enter the ring again undor
any consideration, lie says he has
done his share of slugging during
his rather brief career in the fistic
arena and ho wants no moro of it.
He certainly does not intend to light
the California negro for tho simple
reason that he considers it entirely
too degrading for a whito man to
placo himself ou au equality with a
nigger. Concluding, he remarked
he itad got a more effective thump-
inn in his contest with Kilrain than
ever in his life before. Owing to a
dislocation of of the knuckle ou tho
right finger of tho left hand, wliich
occurred in the seventh round, ho
was compelled to make the remainder of tlie fight almost single-handed,
Tiili HAYTIKH WAH.
I'oilt av PiUKOB, July !!».- Hippolyte, the northern leader, is within a
milo of the city and has assaulted tho
oxtremo outworks. The people are
delirious with excitement. Farm
liousos and villages are being burned
by Hippolylo in sight of tho city. It
is rumored that his force numbers ten
thousand men. Legitime has every
man at tho outworks, and many wombi)
tco, and is impressing ovory man into
tho ranks capable of carrying u rillo.
The U. S. warships Kearaarge and
Ossipee, the British cruiser Forward,
and the Spanish cruisers Combard and
Sancton uro here, and the French man-
of-war is reported on tho way. The
combined forces are prepared to effect
a landing at a moment's notice to protect their interests,
COLD 11LOODBD MCJItDEU.
Tacoma, July 10.—O. C. Grant, of
Spokane Falls, was found dead on the
floor of his room in the Franklin houso
pn St. Helen's avonuo this morning,
with blood gushing from a horrible
wound in his throat. Ho was mur-
deredin sij-ht of several trembling
spectators, who it is said were too
frightened to interfere. The murderer,
D. B. Martin, alias R. E. Coleman,
fled and has not since been seen. The
police are now in pursuit. The shooting occurred about 2:15 this morning,
Martin is supposed to have entered
tho room iu liis stacking feet and shot
Grant in brd. Grant und Martin
came hero and engaged a room together. Threo shots wero fired; one
struck tlio head board about a foot
above tho pillows. A Blug shot was
found on the floor with a bag full of
shot, which was scattered over the
floor, Tho panel of the door also had
bullet holes, showing evidently shots
had been tired through the door by
Martin while holding tho same to prevent his victim from escaping. After
Martin had rotrented ho returned and
robbed his victim and then fled again,
Ho returned for Grant's vest and was
allowed to take it away under the
noses of huh' a dozen witnesses, the
smoking revolver still iu his hand.
When asked what the matter was ho
replied: "Thoro'srobborsin the room."
A large sum of monoy, in currency, is
supposed (0 havo been taken from lho
inside pocket of the vest. In Grant's
pants wero found ©100 in gold; in the
coat a bank book showed $0,000 deposited in tho Traders Bank, of Spo-
knue Falls,
SHIPI'ING.
S.an Fhancisco, July 19.—-Sailed,
ship Valley Forge for Nanaimo and
bark Sagamore for Port Gamble,
I'ASSENOBIl LIST.
San Francisco, July 19.—Tho str.
City of Puobla sailed for Victoria and
Puget sound porta this morning with
the following passengers for Victoria:
Rov. D. Jennings, II. B. Lewis, Mrs.
tl. C. Beresford, Mra. E. Whitworth,
R M. Ohilds and wife, Mrs. J. B.
Smith, Mrs. W. J.' Johnson, W. W.
Farloy, \V. Wilson, Mrs. A. Webster*
Kew educational enterprises havo
yielded larger results for the amount
invested than tho Egyptian exploration fund, says a cotemporary. Expending annually since 1883 between §7,000 aud $8,000, *t \m
discovered or disclosed tho following interesting sites: Pittrom (the
treasuro city of Exodus i. 11). (los*
hon Tahpanhcs (tho Daphnm of the
Greeks.), the city of Onais, Zoan,
Am, Naukratis, and latest of nil,
Buhastis (the Pi-Bosetti of thu
scriptures). Theso discoveries have
heen conducted in a thoroughly
scientific manner und have yielded
rich results regarding the science--,
arts, and industries of past ngc3,
tho early Bourcos of Greek history,
and particularly biblical and secular
history.
In Persia boys and girls never
play togothor, Even at homo tho
inferiority of tlio girls is insisted on,
just as much by tho mother us ly
the father. Tho littlo girls have to
invito playmates of their own, but
their games aro nover lively ones.
They generally profor to Bit by
themselves under tho shade of mulberry or pomegranato trees in the
garden (which usually is laid out in
the courtyard surrounded on all
sides by houses or high walls) and
listen to fairy tales wliich thoir
mothers nnd nurses oan toll them
very interestingly, indeed. Whilo
there is vory littlo companionship
or love between brothers nnd sisters,
thoro is no quarreling and uo tight
ing, either, betweon thom; and tho
boys, whilo thinking themselves
abovo tho girls, show them many
little kindnesses,—Ex,
lob printing ol all kinds neatly dono
at the CoLVitMAi* office. Prices will be
found as low as at any other offico in
ths provlnotj —Ado,
Tlltt BUltm-Alia   VICTIM.
Di'nveu, Col., July 19.-Officer
Phillips, who wub shot by a burglar
whom ho discovered entering a house
on Wednesday morning is dead. No
clue to the murderer.
Flllli AND FLOOD.
Cjiicauo, July 19.~An electrical
storm passed over tho city last night,
flooding the cellars and starting sevornl fires.
TUB OEtNBSB   ACT.
New York, July 19.—In response to
circulars sent to tho American coiibuIs
and missionaries in China, asking their
viows on the ellect of the Chineso exclusion aot on American interests there,
the secretary of the chamber of commerce hns received a fow totters whioh
favor tho repeal of tho net. They will
bo read at n mooting of the chamber
in September and an oflurt will be
mndo to have tho next congress repeal
the net.
MOD VOll THK   STAKVINU.
CfllOAOO, July 19.—Tho first car
loads of pruvi-jions fur tho starving
minora and families in Braidwood-
Slivutnr, Hraecville, Coal City, La
Salle, Spring Oily and other mining
points iu Northern Illinois, contributed hy tmvor.il leading merchants nnd
warehousemen of this oity, left the Chicago & Alton depot to-day and will be
followed by others over tlio Alton &
Rock Inland roads as speedily ns the
cms can be loaded. Congressman
Lawler made a personal canvass of tho
city for Lite past threo days and his np-
piml on behalf of the sufii-iina nnd
Ittnitflllng people in tbo conl districts
resulted in the spoody shipment to the
depoti imiuod of sufficient food and
provisions of nil kinds to at least temporarily alleviate tho diro hunger and
distress of the mining population.
MiTouiu-ii pubs.
New York, July 19. —Charley
Mitchell, the English pugilist, with
Mike 1). novaii- who seconded Kilrain
iu the recent light at llichburg Miss.,
have (lad to Canada. It is stated
when he learned Detectivo Norris was
aft ar him with a requisition from Governor Lowery ho consultod a lawyer
who informed him ho wns not safe
within the U. S , nnd ho therefore decided to get out. It is furthor Btated
he loft tho city on Wednesday night
ovor tho Erie Railroad,
TUB URBAT JOHN L,
PirrsiiuiKi, July 19.— John L. SulHvnn was a pnsiougflr on the limited express this moaning Bit route for New
York on Iho Pennsylvania Rnilroad,
Neither Sullivau nor any member of
tho p-irty appeared outsido of tho enr
and thoy absolutely refused to admit
anyone. Tho Pullman conductor said
Sullivan was sober and no evidences
qf his Chicago sprco wero apparont.
P&OOD IN CHINA.
San Fhancisco, July 19.—Tlio Jn*
jinn Qaxette 0. tho 20th ult. contains
the followingj   Intelligence has boon
Chan, a prefecture in the northwest of
Kwang Lung, that early in the morning of the 2nd inst. the Chan Ping and
Ping Yeuu districts were flooded by
the bursting of a waterspout or tornado, described by Chineso as water-
dragon, and the level country was
flooded with nearly thirty-six feet of
water. Seven villages were overflowed
and many houses wholly swept away,
whilo others woro inundated. Upwards of 0000 lives wero lost.
HOTEL BURNED.
Yreka, Cala., July 19.—The Flock
hotol and six other buildings at the delict, ut Montague, were destroyed by
tire at 7 o'clock this morning. Loss
probably $15,000; small insurance;
origin unknown.
DECISION   DEFERRED.
San Francisco, July 19,—The sentence of Ex-Senator Richard Creigh-
ton, the returned jury briber, was
postponed this morning for a week
from to-morrow. The cose of Sharon
vs. Sharon, on motion of plaintiff,
Mrs. Terry, to appoint a receiver for
tho Sharon estato, under Judge Sulli-
■au's decision declaring tho plaintiff
the wife of Wm. Sharon, went over
this morning to await the remitteur
from thu supreme court reversing Sullivan's decision.
THE SOLDIER'S  FRIEND.
Boston, July 19.—Early this morning Count Sohwabe, well known
throughout the country as "TheSul-
dior'a Friend," was found dead at
Beachmont, where for the past ten
years he has spent the summers living in n little hut on the side of the
hill. Throughout the season many
notable people from all parts of the
countiy would call upon the count.
His philanthropy during the war oould
not be forgotten, and many veterans
who called to pay their respects have
much to thank the old count for. By
the advice of friends the count this
season abandoned hiB hut on the hill
for quarters in a house in Bradstrcet
avenue. Lost Sunday he was taken
ill of heart trouble, from which he
never rallied, quietly passing away between midnight and six o'olock this
morning, at whioh hour his attendant
found him dead on entering the room.
electrical storm.
Cincinnati, Ohio, July 19.—About
three o'clock this morning, tho severe
electrical storm which has been hovering over the city broke out with great
fury. Heavy thunder and intensely
vivid lightning woke up the people
generally, and rain poured down iu
torrents. The heavy downpour was
the cause of a serious accident st York
street and the canal. The canal banks
were flooded and the water was peroipi-
tated into the houses just below the
banka. Five of them wore overflowed
and the occupants of the flrst floors
were rescued with difficulty. The
cellars were filled in the surrounding
neighborhood and water ran down
York Btreet and 'Central Avenue to a
depth of several feet, The people in
the neighborhood were greatly alarmed
and rushed out in the street. No
livos wero lost. Tho loss to property
is between $50)000 and $60,000.
JACK THE RIPPER
Caught at Last.  He Tells the Particulars of  His nnmeiju-s
Crimes and Harden.
The Police are Perplexed at His
Story and Think he May
be Insane.
Sharks are Playing Sad Hovoc
with Mackerel Fishing on
the Irish Coast.
THE BIPPB11 AT UR.
London, July 19.-A fino military
looking Englishman, all feet in height
and of fair complexion wat arrested by
tbo police today onsutpicion of being
the inurderor of tbe woman wbow
mutilated remaiut were found ia
Castlo Alley on Tuetday night. When
brought to tbe police station be contested he had murdered her with an
ordinary knife. He waa searched, but
uo weapon waa found, .upon him. He
suid be lived nowhere, having jmt returned from abroad. Hi. demeanor
indicate, be it insane. The prisoner's
identity it aa yet concealed. He haa
confessed to having committed all the
horrible Whitechapel murdera and relates the ghaatly and indecent detail.
of tho various Crimea, with unmet,
dates and all particulars of oach with
great accuracy. The polico ate in
doubt concerning tho man. Thoy believe ho ia a lunatic and yet be may
possibly be the murderer.
THE SHIFBUII.DINCI SCHEME.
Chicaoo, July 18.—D. W. Potter,
of tho Illinois Steam Co., aaid yesterday concerning the propeaed ship
yard for Chicago: "The Illinoi.
Steam Co. doea aim at a diveraity of
product and doos hope to aid in tho
construction of Bieel ships in Chicago,
but nur plana have not taken definite
ahapo. Mr. Mono has boen east attending to tho negotiations, and on
his roturn ho will tell you juat what
bus boen accomplished. But the Minnesota Iron Co. has not appointed any
man lo superintend the work here.
Wo havo not got ao far along aa that.
The company is in ahapo to ship one
million tons of ore a year and as most
of the ore goeB to tbo east it is shipped
by water to Lake Erie ports. It needs
largo tbips to carry this ore and it has
concluded that it must havo them. We
think theso vessels might as well bo
built in Chicago aa in Detroit or
Cleveland and the yard will probably
bo located at South Chicago.
A 8200,000 TIRE.
Columbus, Ohio., July 18.—Fire
this morning gutted a block occupied
by merchants and manufacturers. Lots
about 9200,000; covered by insurance.
(Oil MEKBY ENGLAND.
Washinoton, July 18.—Sir Julien
Pnunceforte, British minister, wu at
tho stato department to-day, bidding
goodbye to Aoting Secretary Wharton
and to Mr. Walker Blaino, preparatory to leaving the oity for New York,
whence lie sails on Saturday for England. While in hia own country Sir
Julien will arrange bis affairs, and in
the fall will return to America with hi.
family. He speaks highly of the United
Stales,
FIRE ATSAllNIA.
Saunia, Ont., July 18.—Tho large
store houso of tho Sarnia Oil Co. was
burnt at 2 a.m., this morning, with
200 empty oil barrels, also a framo
building owned by A. McGregor, and
occupiod by O. T. Phillips, nt a mattress factory, situated on corner of
Cromwell and Victoria st. Both buildings are a total lots.
received at Hong Kong from Kiaynng | with lome imported Fronch honei.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Hoovy rain foil at Wiunipsg Wednesday, aud tho farmers now have hopes
of a fair crop, though not nearly up to
tlio expectations at tho first of the season.
One Whelan, loader of tho Saltation
army, was arrested yesterday for holding inieo drill on the public highway
atEglinton, Ont. The magistrate imposed a fine, with the option of ten
days in jail, and Whelan ohose the lattor.
Post offlco clorkB W. S. Smyth and
T. Mooro, of Rin'gston, Ont., oharged
with unlawfully opening letters, wore
brought boforo tho police magistrate
yestorday. The caso waa adjourned
until Saturday and the accused admitted to bail.
Popo Loo XIII hat sent an autograph letter to the authorities of Laval
nnivorsity, thanking them and the
citizens of Quoboo for the resolution
adopted by them at a demonstration
in April last iu favor of tbo restoration of the temporal power of the pope.
A new disease, said to be of a venereal oharactor, has broken out among
tlio horses in the vloinily of Chatham,
Ont. Govcrninont officers have been
tent to investigate. Sovonty horses
aro affected und ono has died. Tlio
disease Is supposed to havo come in
with .am- lm,„,.i.„l ir.,.i,nl, 1.....A.       I
A BRICK TRUST.
London, July 19.—A joint slock
company was organized here to-day,
which is of the nature of a trust, for
the purchate of tbe principal brickyards in the United States. Negotiations havo already been practically
doted with George W. Moore, the
woll-known Michigan attorney, as far
as the brickyards of Detroit are
concerned, an English syndicate agreeing to purchase the plant and material
of several yards there for about £600,-
000. The proposition made include,
tho real estate and good will of eaoh
firm selling out. The brickyards of Detroit are said to bare an annual aggregate capacity and output of 80,-
000,000 brick yearly, the businoss
amounting to over £400,000. This
capital combination will be of an entirely different character to that recently organized to operate American
breweries. Tho plan of tho brickyard
trust is to extinguish smaller yards
and concentrate business in one or two
large yards. New and improved machinery is contemplated, whioh will
produce brick at a reduced prico. The
syndicate will take charge of Detroit
brickyards within 30 days according to
the agreements made.
WHEAT.
Liverpool, July 10.-Wheat firm;
Cala. 6s. Ud.
Chicaoo, July 19.—Wheat firm;
July 80|: August 78'; Sept. 774.
Nbw Yobi, July 19.—Wheat firm;
July 881; August 851; September 86}.
San Fbanoisco, July 19.—Wheat
dull; buyer '99, 138|; buyer season
14GJ.
sharks plavino havoc.
London, July 10.—Sharks are play
ing havoc with the mackerel fisheries
on the south and southwest coast, of
Ireland.
REVELATIONS promised.
London, July 18.—Mr. Bernard
Charles Mallory, home rule member of
the oommons for Bierre, in a speech
at Marylebone laat evening, elated
that the Parnellites possessed undoubted evidence of the existence of
a conspiracy behind Pigott, of which
Pigott himself was only the tool. Thi.
evidence will startle the English people when published, a. it will be at
the proper time. It was intended, he
said, to lay all the facts before the Parnell commission, where they could be
thoroughly sifted by counsel on both
aides, and their importance duly
weighed, but Judge Hannen'a outrageous ruling prevented thia plan from
being carried out.
MONUMENT UNVEILED.
Berlin, July 18.—The monument
to the memory of Emperor Frederick
was unveiled yesterday, at Braunfels,
with imposing ceremonies.
INSPEUTINO FORTRESSES.
Belgrade, July 18.—Eighteen Russian officers are engaged in the inspection of Servian fortresses.
TEE   LEICESTER  HANDICAP.
London, July 18.—At the Leicester
summer meeting to-day, the Leicester
handicap race wu won by King Men-
mouth, Saint Helen aecond, Stone
Cross third.   11 horses started.
SOCIALISTS IN COUNCIL.
London, July 18.—The Pottibilittt
met again in Paris to-day and continued the discussion of yesterdsy, when
the condition of the working ofauea in
tho different countries of the civilized
world wore considered. To-morrow
the subject of international legttlatlon
for the amelioration oi the condition
of wago-earnors was taken up, The
Marii.tt devoted the greater part of
today's sestion to reading of report.
from various nations reprotented upon
the progress made by tbe Socialists'
propaganda within the year. Tho two
tactions still meet in separate halls,
and the prospect It that they will continue to do ao, there being apparently
somo insurmountable obttaoles to the
much talked of union between them.
Tho failure to effect a futiou cau-ea
muoli bitterness within the ranks of
both Marxist, and PossibUitta.
S'VEEI'WO   UBOR RESOLUTIONS.
Paris, July 18.—The International
Labor Congress, in session here to-day,
passed a aeries ot resolution, vory
sweeping in thoir scope. Among
other things the resolutions demand a
universal maximum of 8 hours for a
day's labor, one holiday every week
and unconditional suppression of all
labor by children under 14 years ot
age.
A LIBERAL OAIN.
London, July 18,—In the parliamentary election to-day in the wost
division of Carnarvonimre lo 811 the
vacancy caused by the death of Mr.
Walter Powoll, home ruler, Morgan,
Gladstonian, received 4,662 votes
against 2,633 for Drummond, conservative. At tho lut eleotion Mr. Powell rewind 4,181.
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regard to tho now railroad which is
to cross tho South American continent, from tho Atlantic Ocean at
Buenos Ayroa to tho Pacifio at
Valparaiso. The greater part of the
road has already been built, but tho
mountain section, about one hundred and 6fty miles long, between
Mondoza, on the siilo of the Argentine Republic, and Santa Rosa, on
the Ohili side, still remains to be completed. At Mondoza tho elevation
of tho present road abovo the sea
is about twenty-live hundred foot,
but in a length of ono hundred and
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thousand feet, Tho summit is
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VOLUME VII.-NO. 16,
An American cotemporary is
moved to remark, with very good
reason, that the United States senate
will suroly have on hand a large
stock of special information at its
next session, Ono of its committees
will report tho results of its investigations in relation to tho commercial and railway businoss of tho
United States with Canada, Tbe
Held of enquiry from which it gains
its knowledge extends from Portland, Maine, to Victoria, B.O. An*
other senatorial committee will tell
what it knows, or rather what it
doos not know, about irrigation,
and Btill another senate committee
is to examine into and report on the
condition of the Indian tribes along
the northern boundary of Uncle
Sam's Dominions. Senator Dolph,
of Oregon, is chairman of this committee, which is now in Alaska interviewing the natives. This committee was authorized to examine
into the condition of tiio northern
Indians, but more particularly those
residing on the White Earth reservation in Minnesota. It was also
made the duty of this committeo to
examine into the affairs of the Indian agents and their assistants at
any of the agencies. The object of
this investigation is to find out
whether these agents havo discharged their duties or abused their
authority in their business with the
Indians, Also, to find out whether
the annuities and other things to
which the Indians were entitled
have all been paid over and fairly
distributed according to law. It has
been reported that the agents convert a part of tho provisions intended for the Indiuus to their own use.
Complaints were placed before the
interior department during tho past
administration, but no action was
taken in regard to them. The Indian agents in many cases seem to
have been men who wero unfit for
the position, and whoso chief aim
was to defraud both the Indians and
the government. No doubt a great
amount of rascality will bo unearthed by this committeo if it discharges its duty. It has ample
power to probe the matter to tho
bottom, and tho country has a right
to expect it to do so, This commit-
tso will bo ablo to suggest reforms
of advantage to both tho Indians
and the government, It is to be
hoped that tho American senato as
a body may profit, in an enlarged
mental vision and more common
sense, from these expensive little
jaunts of its members. That there
is "room for improvement" in several respect-}, aU impartial observers
of tho expressions and performances
of this honorablo deliberative body
in the past will be ready to admit.
Thut slightly eccentric but undeniably able and woll posted man,
Ben, Butler, has beon giving his
views on annexation lately to his
countrymen, in nn address delivered
at Colby College, Maine, As a
change from the averago American
expression on the subject, Bon's utterances are refreshing, and contain
much truth, honestly and fearlessly expressed. With prophetic
vision, Ben looks (a little cross-eyed,
of courso, but he "get thero" just
the samo) forward to the timo when
all the Englssh speaking nations of
the earth will form ono vast combination, a "harmonious league against
the world." He olainis that Canada
has a fourth more land suitable for
wheat raising than tho United
States; that whilo tho average yield
of wheat per acre in the United
Statos is only twelve bushels, Manitoba produces twenty-seven bushels
Ser aero. Canada,,he told his au-
ience, has timber enough to supply
ber own wants and supply any de*
mandi nud* by tlie United Statei
for a hundred years to cotno.   The
greatest copper mines in the world,
too, were in Canada,   General Butler believes that the general courso
of settlement is, and will continue
to bo, to the west and northwest,
and, as tho ropublic has a fixed line
ut tho uorth, tlio great tido of emigration, whicli is still flowing to the
northwest, has   a tendency to flow
over iuto Canada, where thu settlers
find n congenial climate and a congenial people.   General Butler contended that a cold climate wns necessary lo produce tho highest development of the human species, that in
warm countries, whoro nature's products  grow in tropical luxuriance,
the "men and women who make the
energetic life blood of  the nation"
are not produced.   Ilo argues thnt
in a climate where a man can get
enough to live on comfortably without any exertion, he will probably
stop when thnt   point is reached
and consider exertion unnecessary.
He contends that tho reason tho
Southern States do not increase as
fast in population and wealth as the
moro northern pnrt of tho union is
on account of tlmt inexorable law of
nature which says thnt "no men uro
fit for anything but thoso who must
work iu ordor to eat and be warm."
Tho men in the northern portion of
thy   United   States and Canada do
not deteriorate, because the climatic
conditions   are   such   as to compel
everybody to work in order to keep
body and soul together, and the lnnd
is   of  sufficient   fertility to   yield
bountifully for thy labor expended
in its cultivation.   General Butler
thinks tlmt the climate, soil, timber,
mineral wealth, furs, fisheries, and
tho hardy and progressive spirit of
her people all rendor the annexation
of  Canada desirable, nnd negotiations should   be   commenced right-
away, tho general thinks. Ho urges,
however, that approaches must bo
made   carefully, and in a spirit of
friendship.   The negotiations should
havo only one idea in common, thnt
is   how   England, Canada, and the
United States can best be brought
together.     Negotiations should be
commenced, he thinks, for the purpose   of   uniting Canada   nnd the
United States  in  a business and
commercial  union,   leaving   Great
Britain until the time arrives when
her safety or interest induces her to
come into the compact with Canada
and the United Statea.   Ben winds
up by giving his "prophetic vision"
full swing, and indulging in some
flourishing about the invincible combination'which the great triple alliance  of  English-speaking  peoples
would   present   to the rest of the
world.    With his military instinct
getting tho bettor of   him, the redoubtable   ox-soldier   and   general
shouts, "Europo and Asia combined
would   not  dare to attack such a
combination!  Such a union could
dictate the policy of the world!" A
glorious  outlook, a tempting prospect, certainly; but for all practical
purposes we believe that the English-speaking nations are ono now,
in   the event; of   uny serious crisis
necessitating the "standing off" of
Europo and Asia.   Timo will surely
bring them nearer together, if   no
rash   und  premature attempts nre
mado to tin them in formal and irksome bonds.   In the meantime, we
are   glad   to acknowledge tho increased   appreciation, respect  and
affection which our American neighbors nro manifesting towards "the
greater half of the continent."
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ESTABLISHED 181ft
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, 11.0.
IMPOKTEIt OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
fl-S»TIN« SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gas-fitting,
Plunblng, Hoofing, <&c.
AUCTION SALE
OF THE
Royal Columbian Hospital
Site, and Buildings.
1HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED RY THE
Trustees of tho Royal Columbian Hospital to soil by Publio Auction nt tho Colonial Hotel, Now WestminBter, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July.
At8O'Clock P.M.,
Lots 13, M, 15, 1«, IT and 18,
Block XXXI,
Now Westminster City, situate on Agnes
Street, being the present Site of tho Roynl
Columbian Hospital.
This proporty is vory eligibly situated
on tho upper sido of tho principal -residence street of tho oity, nnd commands a
view of the Fraser River oast nnd west.
The hospital building and the steward's
residence will be sold nt snino timo.
Terms of sale will he—% cash,*.!; In three
months nnd y_, lu six months from the
date of salo; no interest.
Possession will boglventothepurounser
or purchasers on tho 32nd of January, VM,
when the lust payment of the purchase
money will bo due.
Will also be sold at samo time:
Lot 4, Block XVII, New Westminster
City.  All fenced.
Lots l, it, a, hniHiivision «f Lot :i- Block
1, New Westminster.
Terms-};; cash, balance In one yearnl
8 por cent,
T. J. TRAPP,
jy2dtd Auctioneer.
Auction Sale!
A HALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OFTHE
Renl and Personal Estate of tho late
DH'LOFTUB R. MolNNEa will he belli at
tno COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westminster, 11. Con
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.30 o'olook p. m., by A. M. Nklsok,
Auctioneer, when tho following valuable
property will ho sold without reserve to
the highest bidder.
Teums—Ten per cent, down and tlio remainder in ten days from datouf sale,
CITY PROPERTY.
LOT 10, BLOOK XV 111-00x182 fool, lo
fcothor with DWELLING HOUSE nml
out-houses, being the residoncu of Ihe
late Or, L. It. Mclni.cs.
LOT 12, BLOCK G-Mcrchants' Sipinre-
00x60.
LOT fi, BLOOK G-*Merchants' S'liifiro—
.'MxOtii   foundation   piled and   cupped,
ready for building.
DISTRICT PROPERTY.
N. E, fractional U Soo. 28, Township n-
ooiitalnlng 101 acres. This valuable
piece of land Is bounded by Boundary
Bay on the oust, and by a gazetted road
ontho north; Is fenced on two sides, and
for agricultural purposes cannot im surpassed by any laud ln the province.
E. % of E, y, of Sec. 8, Townshlp8, being %
inllo In width hylmllein toiiglh; containing 100 ncres, and having nbont 10
acres undor fence, a dwelling houso
18x20 feet, a burn 30x50 feet, and sheds
adjoining. Much of the nbovo land is
open and vory easily cleared and excellent for agricultural purposes.
W. y, of E. yA at Soo, 8, Townships, being
Ji mile ln width byl mile In length:
contnining 100 acres timbered land; soil
ih'st-ciafls quality.
N. E. U Seo. 880, Group I, containing 10
ncres umbered land lying 1% milos from
C. P. R. and 8 milos from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Subdivisions of Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Proporty).
Fractional LotB 2 A 8,     Block 2.
•• ■-    12,13*14, "    2.
» "   0, "    8:    half
required by C. P. H. [not sottlod fori.
Fractional Lot 7, Blook 8.
" "    13,    "     6.
Subdivisions of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Property).
Lots 85,42.44 4 45. Block 2.
■■   13 * 10. Block 9; required by O. P.Il.
[not settled for],
Hub-d! visions of Lot 209, Croup I [Beaven
Properly.)
Lois 15* 10, Blook M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Horse, Harness, Buggy, Cutter, Saddle
A Bridle, Jowelry, Hhot-Gun, Olllco Furniture, Surgeon's Chnir, Instrument*,
Drugs, Medicines, Medloal Books, Ae,
3, A, ROBINSON,
dilyWtd Executor.
GROC
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A.
DesBRISAY, Cor.
da pi life
Culumhia I Blackie Sis.
BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A flJAK-"iOAI> Ol-'
Pell, Rice Coil-spring tMcLaug'lilaii
Mt&MJ
M. WS ***S
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
lUr The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^
ilwnpSIc
lEle.!***! eSo Ourrie,
i.
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
MAOHHsTEET.
F.G. Strickland* Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Planet, jr., Harden Tools-
Lawn Mowers, &c.. &c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
lllliill  11
t'olunibiii Street, New Westminster
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PlIRVliYOBS IN ('ENEItAI,.    FKESH AND COllNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON 1I.1NI*.
fSTSpcolnl lines quoted for tlio shipping trntlo.   Family orilors striotly attended
to.   Hotel, will find it to their Interest to placo their orders with tho abovo linn.
d28tioly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN -STrEICHENBACH,
WUCOESSORS TO W. li. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
HaiiiN, Bacon, Snusngc, Kologims, Etc.
dnnlyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING. -
Tub Coi.umiiian Fiiintino Estaiimsiimest lms first-class fnci.ltics {or
oil kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Lottor Hoads, Circulars,
Card), Envelopes, Blank Forms ol every description, Pastors, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, &o. Prices will bo found as low as at any othor offiw where
firtt-olasa work is done,
ANOTHER CARLOAD
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton,
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in tho
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Granville I Water Sis., Van ,.vcr
dwnolyl
THIS SPAMS BKLOKGK TO
H. T. READ <& CO
lIAltnWAUK ME1ICIIANTP.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, IS. C.
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M-AJsr-cr-s'.A.aT-crB-ei-ss oar
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AUKll'l I/ITKAL & AM. KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRIKC DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tlio upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolniil
Chas. McDONOUGH:
Front Street, New Westminster.
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
HANUI'ACT'JIIKRS AND DEALERS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
_t__Zt_T2D  J_._Z.2_,  ZttZX2_T2DB O-T
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
M® Hidings. Balusters,
Blinds. " Brackets.
Railing's, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
flower Pots, Flower Pots I
OP AI-I- SIZES, AT POTTERY lUtlCES-
tor Bttln by AU'HEl) O. W1L90N,
Giu-dcnor mid Florist, lloyal Avonue,
Now ■Westminster- A oull solicited. iiiTiu
To Mill Owners.
OKAIiEI) TBNDHB, MARKED "I.TJM-
(j ber" will be received by tlio under*
mgned up to Frld-iylhoilnd dnyof Aiigusl-
1880, for tlio supply ot nliuiitSK) At. foot of
•i-hu'li plunk, III ft. loii!*, I iniliidlJ)-,'bridgo
tluibcrnndsfi'lngci'.-i for layingplnnk. All
to be good sound lumber, free from rotten
knots.
Mill-Tin] fo lm   delivered  on tbo Imnlt
of tlio Fruser IM ver at couyoiilen-. points.
Hoparato prices to bt mentioned  for
ecdiirnnd fir.
Tbo lowest or any tender not neoessarlly
nccepted,
Uy order of the Council.
O, D. SWEET,
djlymc O, M. C.
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EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll MMsof Woolen (Ms
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
jJ5y The only House on the Mainland wliich keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
isroTiora
J OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, I intend making application tothe
onotirable tho Glilef Commissi oner of
Lnnds and Works for permission to tease
the following dcucvlbcd trncts of land:
]* Commencing nlufdnkfi nl hinted south
of a lake lying enstof Jicop Iluy, Dm-cria*
tlon Sound; running thenee nil chains
south, thonco 60 ehalns enst, thence 80
ohalns north, thenco 20 ehalns east, thenoo
J0 ohnlns north, thenoo HO chains west,
thonce 10 ohalns north, thonco 10 chains
west, thonco W clmlnH south, thenoe 40
ohnlns west, thenoe to pol 111 of commence*
ment
2. Commencing nta post at the mouth
of a little stream i!0 chains south of Tlblis
Point, Hnza Island; running thenco west
10 chains, south ES chains, west 10 chains,
ninth lil chains,,wi-Nt 2ft ohnlns, north 12
chains, west 12 chains, north 21 ohnlns,
west ft ohalns, norlh (I chains, west 72
chains, north 2-1 chains, east 24 chains,
south 10 chains, oast ml chnlns, north SO
ohalns, oast 2ft ohalns to shore, thenco
along shore to place of con mm 11 cement,
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
July 9,1869. dJlyDml VOLUME VII.-NO. 16.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ JULY 19, 1869.
AN ADVENTURE.
How Jo Majors Frustrated   tbe
Evil Designs of a Criminal.
Ono ovening a lltho and muscular farmer
hoy entered a hotel In Kansas City and registered liia namo and address at tlio clerk's
desk in aclear, running hand, which showed
Hint ho was not unfamiliar with the uso of
ft pon.
As ho turned awav to bo shown to hio
room tho clork glanced at the inscription.
"Jo Majors, Lone Jack, Missouri," the entry road,
Jo was nn interesting youth. Ho was
nothing moro than a country lad, yet his extraordinary intelligent and business qualities endowed blm with n distinction duo to
few boys of his years.
Although the days since Ids sixteenth
birtliday could bo numbered by thb fingers
of Ills two hands, ho had come to tlio city to
attend to aii important transaction which
required tact and a sharp insight into Imsl-
lit'ss, and involved a largo sum of money.
Jo's father was the owner of a large
stock farm, and every fall he Bhippod carloads of fino cattlo to tho great packinghouses of Kansas City. Jo kept his father's books, and, thoroughly understanding
tlio business, he camo to bo intrusted wltli
some of Us most important features.
This occasion was tho first on which ho
hud como to deal, single-handed, with tho
emtio magnates; but his father hnd sont
him without any uneasiness, for lio had
great confidonco iu tho boy's discretion and
judgment.
His duty consisted of Belling tho beeves
In his chargo at tho vory highest prico It
wns possiblo to obtain. Tho dealing was
with tho shrewd buyers of tho millionaire
paokors, who were never loth to tako advantage of ■■groonuoss" or businoss incapacity, and thoroforo his commission was
no sinecure or child's play, *■
Jo had succeeded better than ho had
dared to hopo. He had recoived from Fowler's house a cont moro per pound than his
father had received for fifty head two
weeks before, and tlio money—two thousand dollars in bills—reposed in his coat*
pockot. --^iV^
Ho had intended to deposit tho monoy In
a bank, and roturn homo that ovening; but
so iate In tho aftornoon was it when his
contract was made that ho found tho bank
doors closed, and ho resolved to remain
over in tho city until tho following day.
Ho did not consider It worth whilo to
leave tho sum with tho hotol olerk for safekeeping, for tho reason that no ono would
suspect him, a country boy, soberly
drossed, of having any large amount of
money; and, besides, ho did not intend
leaving tho friendly warmth and light of
the hotel that niglit.
Ho uto his suppe ravlth an appetite born of
consciousne&B of duty woll done, and thou
passed an hour in tlio reading-room. As ho
laid nsido his paper ho was addressed by
a blondo young man, who Bmlled on him
liko a brother.
"Isn't this Jo Majors?" ho was asked. •
"Yos. You seem to know nio," replied
Jo.  "Youhavothoadvantago,howover." ,
"Shako hands," said tho youngman, as ho
drow upaehalrand seated himself besido
lho boy. "Know you? Of course I kndw
you I Do you remember a young fellow who
stayed oil night nt your house, neur Lono
Jack, two or threo years ago? I'm that
chap.  Do you remember?"
"No, I don't know that I do," Jo responded, thoughtfully. "A good many fellows havo stayed thoro, first ond last,t with
father or somo of tho hands."
"Woll, no mattor. You wero considerably
younger then,and I wasn't thore long enough
to Impress mysolf on your mind. But I recognized you tbo moment I saw you. 80
you aro In tho city for a timo? I'm glnd
you aro at this hotel; wo can bo together
some. I'vo been hero for a week, and haven't
made tho acquaintance of anybody hardly,
and I'm glad to seo a familiar faco."
Tho blondo young man chatted amiably,
and as Jo could seo no harm In him, tho two
wero soon on quito Irlondly terms,
Now, tlio boy was up to the usual games of
confidence men, and had the stranger produced a freight bill, or cards, or a certified
check, or asked a loan, lio would havo bid-
don him ,lgood-evciiing"nt onco. But whon
tho toplo of convorsatiou continued to bo
any thing but money, any suspicions ho may
havo cherished gradually vanished.
Tho young mau got to telling about ft play
that was boing presented atonoof thoopora-
houses, and it proved a fascinating subject
to Jo, who was fond of such amusements.
Ho laughed heartily asthocomlcalsituations
wero pictured to him. i]
Finally tho young man folt in his pocket
and fished out a live-dollar bill.
"Hoy, Jol" ho exclaimed, holding it up,
"lot's tako in tliat show! We've nothing
olso to do, and I owo you a night's expense
for kooping mo throo yoars ago at your
houso. What do you say?"
Jo accepted the proposal at onco. Tho experience of attending a theater was ft vory
raro ono with him, and for that reasou was
all the moro welcome.
"How far is tho opera-houso from horo?"
ho inquired, as thoy went out the door.
"Not ovor a block and a half," answered
his friend. "It's just down tho street here."
In anticipating the trout in storo, Jo forgot tho money in his pockat until Uo was
half a sauuro from the Iiol.nl.
Ho was on tho point of turning baok and
'  depositing it with tho clerk, when  he
changed his mind nud walked on, thinking
tlio idea foolish, as the theater was so near
and tho routo on such a prominent street.
The young man continued his interesting
recital of the ploy's merits, arousing moro
and more tho boy's curiosity and eagerness,
so that he did not notico that tbey turned
iuto a side stroet, which was not so woll
lighted or bo much traveled us the ono ou
which the hotol was situated.
All at once the young man stepped In
front of a dark alloy way, glanced hastllyup
aud down the streot, to soo if ho waa observed, and, satisfied that ho was not,
seized tho boy stock-dealer and hurled him
headlong into tho dark passage, at tho samo
moment aiming a heavy blow at his hoad
with a Bluug-shot.
By Bomo good fortune, howover, the in*
struinout missed tho mark, and, oro it
could bo hurled again, Jo proceeded to kick
nnd wrigglo from his assailant's hands.
Tho scnlos had now fallen from Iub oyos.
I  Tho nti-angor had, in one of tho many ways
f practiced by men of his class, discovered
[  that Jo was possessed of a largo sum of
money, and tho whole bold plan of robbery
flashed Instantly through the boy's mind as
ho was seized.
How well the plan would havo succeeded,
if the slung-shob blow had been successful,
is plain. Ab it wns, Jo began defending
himsolf in tho most desperate manner.
Ho was litho aud strong—the physical
champion of hia school—and recognizing his
tcrriblo situation, that ho was fighting not
alono for his money but perhaps for his lifo,
ho struggled with all tho energy of his nature.
Ho planted his heel in hia enemy's faco
with such good effect that ho was enabled
to spring te his feot.   Ho leaped backward
just in timo to avoid again the robber's
' weapon. .
Ho had no weapon himself, aud he could
not hopo to overpower his £00 barehanded.
Tlioro was but one thing ho could do, bravo
though ho was—run.
As tho man, with an imprecation at his
failure te annihilate tho boy, ovor whom ho
had doubtless contemplated an easy victory, sprung toward him again, Jo turned
and bounded down tho alloy with headlong
speed.
Ho would fain haver run in tho opposite direction, but his enemy waB botween him and
tho street
As he ran ho gavo a wild cry for help,
but ho folt that it was breath wasted, for
tho sound of his voice went but littlo beyond the high walls of both sidos of the
passage.
Tho robber closely pursued him, with his
slung-shot ready for a blow. Ho was do-
term ined not to lot his proy escape
And although Jo waa floot of foot-, ho becamo aware that his pursuer was gaining
upou him.
Ho ran ids best, but closer, closer, slowly
but steadily, camo his foo,
Hopo of cscapo began to loavo him. He
oould almost fool lu advance tho terrible
blow tlmt"WuiiiiTTi.i", liiui to tho ground.
Surely tho roblior must bo noar enough to
deliver it.
Still ho ran on.
Suddenly an idea flashed through Jo's
mind that strongly revived his failing hopo.
Ho acted upon it without an instant's delay.
The loss of an instant may havo beon tlio
loss of his Hfo,
Ho slopped—stopped stoek still, with a
suddenness almost inconceivable, and nt
tho samo timo bent forward nonrly doubled,
and braced his feet firmly.
Tho result can bo readily imagined.
It ia useless to say that tho movement
was entirely unexpected by tlio pursuer. It
war. wholly disastrous to his evil purposo.
He turned a completo somersault over tlio
boy's body, and loll to tno ground with
stunning force.
Jo straightened up with a long breath of
triumph, and started to run back to tho
street ho had left. Ho know not whero tho
alloy led te ahead—ho could seo no lights:
but ho saw that his enemy lay quito still,
and wns incapable of following hiin further,
Jo went up to him. His full had knocked
tho wind out o£ him; perhaps It had broken
soma of his bones,
Tho movement which had saved tho hoy
was ono ho had learned at Bchool nnd practiced on his males often in fun, allowing
thctn to run againat him only hard enough
to glvo thorn a tumble.
A now thought camo to him n.i lio contemplated his victory. Ho. would deliver tho
law-breaker Into tho bauds of lho police.
Country boys generally havo cords in tholr
pockets, nud Jo luckily found ono good and
strong, with which ho bound tho hand3 and
feot of tho disabled thief.
Then ho went back to tlio street from
which ho had bceu thrown into tho alloy,
huuted up an officer, told his story and led
tho way lo the captive.
By this timo tho latter had regained consciousness, and tho officer marched hjm ok
to tho station-house.
Jo returned to tiio botol, aud tho next
morning ho learned that tho prisoner was
ono of tho most noted and desperate criminals In tho Wost, and that ho himself was
tho newspaper horo of tho hour.
After placing his monoy Bafcly in tho
bank, Jo returned homo, whero ho recited
his adventure to his father, who commended
him highly.      %
Tho namo of Jo Majors is now known in
stock circles iu a half dozon Western States,
—Arthur li. Grissom, in Golden Days.
ELI TERRY'S   INVENTION.
Tho Conditions Umlor Which tho First
Wooden Clock Wns Mndo.
E. A. Fenn, in tho Allegan (Mich.) Journal, says: About tho year 1800 thoro lived
a sort of Indolent, thriftless, unpromising
young man by tho namo of 1311 Terry. His
birthplaco was tho samo ns mino, Plymouth, Conn. Hosought tho hand nnd Iwari
of a Miss Warner, and was bitterly oppoeoi
by hor frionds on account of hia inability ■
support hor. Miss Warner wns either n
sister or a cousin of tho Into Mrs, Ffiouo
Ives, an old resident of Gun Plains, am
grandmother of Leon and Fred Chielicst.
The Warners woro solid old Puritan stool;
and despised laziness, but, notwithstanding
all opposition, thoy wore married, sot
housekeeping and soon destitution und
want was about all that seemed visible foi
future days.
Eli had no visible moans of support, bu:
spent his timo sitting on n stump or bloek
whittling out a clrclo ho struck with an ol*
compass or sawing off bits of wood from
somo dead trees, and thus, dny after duy
his timo wus spent, and tho genera
opinion wns ho was crazy. Want pressed si
hard in the homo that tho wifo, by urgon
entreaty of hor friends, had about raadi
up hor mind to roturn to her parents'
home, when tho fruits of Ell's whit
tlltig and sawing materialized in the
flrst wooden clock over mado lu Amon-jti
and, I believe, in any country. It was it
ily sold to n neighbor for $30 and paid for in
pork, flour, potatoes, othor family necessities and a littlo money, with which ho
bought tools to faotlttatohis work in further
prosecution of clock making. Another and
another was mado that sold readily us soon
as completed. Tho foot lathe uud smallcir
cular saws wero added, then men were employed, clocks moro rapidly mado and cajrer-
ly sought after, and Eil Terry began to ae
cumulate. Iu tho meantime ho had mod
application for lotters patent upon his cloc-li
and about 1802 or 1803 built n small sho
and commenced improving on his clock am
construction of machlnory and tools, and tli>
foundation for n vast fortune was madi
which materialized iu after yoars. Not
withstanding his unbounded benevolence:.
he bcc-iine very rich. Ho died about 18d5|
at thb advanced age of clghty-ilvo years,
beloved and rospectod by all who knew him,
loaviug a largo family of grown-up boys and
anumberoE grandsons, all very wealthy,
and all living In Torryvillo, Conn., con
trolling nearly nil tho woalth of tho plitc
which was invested in largo manufoctori
for clocks and locks. Itls worthy of no
that not ono Terry Is loft Iu that region ni
all their interests nnd investments have
scattered or gono into other hands.
OLD   RACHEL'S   UMBRELLA.
Uow the Frugal X-tttly liliiilo Her Husband
Jim Too tlio Mut-]*.
Hnvo you over ebon ono of tho old-fashioned umbrellas of cotton that our grand-
sires—or soino of them—used to carry with
immonso pride?
An old character, says tho Pittsburgh Dla
patch, who was well known in thoSewleklo*
valloy for I don't know how mauy.ycars-
sho isn't dead or forgotten yot—had mi um
brollaofthia sort by which sho set grail
store. It was of bluo cotton with broad,
white, circular stripes, and to what era il
belonged old Rachel did uot know.
Thoy say she only lont it onco. Ono day, u
Bcoro of yoars ngo, hor husband, who vviia n
track-walker on tho Fort Wayne railway,
screwed up his courage enough lo auk her
to lend him tho sacred umbrella. She'
brought out tho blue aud whito treasuri
from tho corner of tho littlo staliou-housi
Whore thoy lived, and with many injections te ho suro nnd bring it back, gave 11 t
him.
Uo had to walk throe miles into tho conn
try that day, and when ho had reached hii
destination it hnd stopped ralnlhg. Tho uity
was clear whon ho started for homo, aud]
supposo that was why ho forgot tho bluo and
whito umbrella.
Ho novor thought of It again till ho was ut
tho threshold of his homo, and thoro his
wifo confronted him with hor two hundred
pounds of musoio and bono.
"Whoro ia It?" she said, in a low and om
inous tone,
"Whoro is what, Rachel?" was hor hus
band's meek reply.
"Whoro'8tllUt^ulbrol,?',
"Bakes nlivo 11 loft it behind I"
"Boforo you git into thia houBO you'll fate!
that umbrol'."
Jim—that was her husband's nnmo—kiiev
thut Hacholwould do as sho satd every timo,
and he walked back throo milos, nnd thoi
retraced his stops, bearing the "umbrol',1
Not to Uo Hoad by Smokers.
Dr. Lyman reports through lho Now York
Medical Journal somo very accurate investigations concerning, the use of tobacco. In
an observation of thirty-eight boys ol all
classes of socioty nnd of avorugo health, who
had been using tobacco for from two months
to two years, twenty-soven showed norious
Injury to tho constitution nud checked
physical development. Thirty-two Bhowud
damage dono te tho heart's action, disordered digestion and a craving for alcohol.
Thlrtcon had inlennittencyof tho pulso and
ono had consumption. Aftertho abandonment of tobacco, within six mouths one-half
woro freo from all tho abovo symptoms and
tho remainder wero curod by tho ond of tho
yonr. Tho Maoris aro givon as nn instanco
of the ovil resulting from tobacco. This
raco was, when first discovered, tho flnost
doveloped of nny tribo on lho Pacilla It is
now dooimotod in numbers nml degenerate
11 typo. This is said to bo owing te thoir
Inordinate fondness for tobacco.
An Independent Editor.
Cooked apple pomace has boon fed to
awino with excellent results.  Tho bucolic
papor which makos tills announcement vory
nnoconlly nslta: "Hnvo any of our readors
tested itin this direction?" Tho editor of
that papor will get himsolf disliked 1/ ho
-*" mnny moro such questions as this.
Cleanse
the System
"" ""    With that moat reliable
medicine— Panic's eclorj
Compound. It purines the
blood, eutes constipation,
and regulates tlio liver and
k 1 d 11 cys,e iTectun 1 ly cleansing t he system of all waste
and dead matter.
Paine's
Celery Compound
aomblnca true nerve tonic and strengthening
qualities, reviving tho energies and spirits.
" I have been troubled tor somo years with 0
complication ot difficulties. After trj'big various remedies, and not tlndlug relief, I tried
Palne's celery compound. Beforo taking one
full bottlo the long troublesome symptoms bo-
can to subside, and I can truly sny now, that ]
feel like t_ now man. Digestion has Improved,
and I havo gained ten pounds In weight since I
iavo commenced taklngthe Compound."
IIONKSTCS fjTl'ABNS, R'lCllVllle, Vt.
$1.00.  81s for $6.00.  At Druggists.
WKM.H, HroiiAiuiaoK & Co.,        MonnuuL,
ANY ONE
CAN DYE<
A Dress, or a Coat, ] fay Color
Ribbons, Feathers, >     F0R
yarns, Rags, etc,   I ten cents
ind In many oilier ways SAVE Money, and make
iIiIiirs look like NEW, by mine DIAMOND
DYES. The work is easy, simple, quick; the
:olors tlie BEST and FASTEST known. Ask foi
DIAMOND DYES and take no other.
Tor Gliding or Bronzing Fancy Articles USE
DIAMOND PAINTS.
Sold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only 10 Cents.
A COOK BOOK
FREE
By mail to any lady sending us
her post offloe address.
Walla. Richardson ft Co., Ugstnal
-fcTOTIOEL
DURING MY ABBKNCK FROM THE
oily Mr. Newton A. While vill linvo
cliun:,' »f my l,n*rii.o.s-., ami litis iiitthbrlty
lo ,v,l!i-,*l nil.! illsi'hiir.L'o all accounts 111
COllllGOtlOli llKTCWt!ll.PfC.
S. B. IVKDn.
ko-.' Wfoii-ilrif ter, .lime (l, issii.    ,l|cllm2
IRtHovto fmm Saanich to Viotoria!
■P.1CND FOR CATALOGUE
O (illustrated) of Plants, Flow-
"er nnd Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
Jinh.iO.'KI VICTORIA, no.
THK WESTMINSTER
JOHN S. OOX, Phop.
i.l;;i»! l.valnune,
i'l-rlrlilgo Cnclihll-.,
Ply,,,„u(l, Uncles,
Sv", .    Willie lac* 111'!-»i,a,iLh
White Orc.letl, r.lach  nntl Qolil.n
Poland..
IIomlRlls,      Sllvcr-->c,icllle<l    llnin-
l»il'f-s.
lilac!,, Kelt anil Pitt dames,
Tonl-mso QecKC.     Iloiien Ducks,
VICTORIA
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. R. SMITH 6c CO.,
Manufacturersi of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Coulrnotora hy Appointment lo Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion (loveniiuent, Ae.
Medal and Dlplnnm awarded sit. the Col-
011 in 1 and lud Inn Exhibition, I<on-
don, 188(1.
FACTORY-Nlam*.**. HI., .Tames Uny.
OKK1CKH-57 Fort Rt„ Vlutorla, U. C.
diiU'Sini)
W.C LOYE,
Fashionable Sool and Shoo Ito,
Ui imlrliiK Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
Work n Specialty.
fttt-f'nti'i-K promptly attended to,
VI ark-toil ftt., In roar of Colonial Hole), noxt to (lnnd Bros.' offloe.  dnelui
FASBtlOlffABXiS
DRESSMAKING
At mm jKsxiJi«s',
tLATK op England)
Coiner of CUui'ciiand Columbia Streets,
NHW WESTMINSTER
-HrsatlBfactlon guaranteed,     dwft-71-c
Dress-Making!
Misses McDougall
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
Ita-Ba'tsractlm) {-Liaranlcoil.       ilanlMf
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dally tn Customers in all ports
or tho City.
Hoteli* and Restaurants supplied nt Speoial Hates by the yenr.
FRESH EGGS
Dojivercd at Mnrlict Kates.
Order* left at M. Snsoi.Ajn'H wilt bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVER & WOODWARD.
djelSyl Proprietor*!.
Service Bull.
THE THOROUQH-BRED STOKE-POOIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
"Will stand tor servico this season nt Pclham Dai iv, Now Westminster, where the
beautiful not.of thin superb animal cun bo
scon and Inspected.
A fow calves for sale.  Terms reasonable.
T, CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph IIootii, Proprietor.
Manager, dmyiHto
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANDVAOTUltEI'S  OV
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
■WABU,
vebstml'.-. cluck (up-stair8),
Frost Strew,       New Westminster.
having just opened in thk
above line, wii i-i-siii'dfully i*olIt'll a
shnni of lho trade, nnd trust by careful
atlentlon to orders and moderate eluii'gori
to merit thu same. Experienced wont-
mon; satisfaction guaranteed,
Estinmle}-furnished forrjnlvanizeil Iron
Cornice, Roofing, Plumblni-- Gtut-nitlnj*,
Steam and Hot water Heating, Ac.
■ar Entrance tn premises on Mury SI.,
ln rear of Bank of B. C. dwrnliOUi
TO SMOKERS.
If YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
on™ MAINLAND.
*-9"Tliey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but thoy aro of
Home Mail III a ('(HIT. and should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
m-LBItOOK liriLMNU,
COLUMBIA STREET,        HEW WESTMINSTER,
dwl7in»ly
This Kiln: Townsito, ut thu Fresh-Water
Junction of llio
Southern Eailw'j
 WITH TUK	
life SIR
VI Mile* Above W'-HtiHi't.stiT.
lias iu.'ifc been Surveyed, ami the Lots
aro for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Wk-stminst].]*, II, C.
The advantages and prosjieets of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town arc
many.
The Lund in tlio vicinity is good.
Thero nro inoxhaustiblo IKON ORE
DEPOSITS/ of a superior quality, immo*
di.it.clv adjacent, ns well as vast strata of
the linest 1WJLMNG SAND ami POT*
TKUY CLAY.
On tbo Townsito arc n number of valuable MINK11AI. SPRINGS.
Coiinmmicnlioii by laud and water is
tiuoqtiallcd- by reason of tlie location of
tlio ToWiialto on tho Frasor Itiver and
the Stmtliorn Railway, while tho nutfiral
elevation and Iny of thu land can not be
excelled ns a situation for a (Ino town.
The ground is open and clear of hoavy
timber.
TllO aite has been selected m ono of
the most important stntio"s on the
Southern Knilwny, and with tho completion of the roftd, in tlie near future,
must, with nil ils other advantages,
spring into prominence at onco.
Thoso who apply early will liavo the
pick ol tho Lots.
A clear title given with ovory pur*
linso,
Parties wishing Lots can apply nn woll,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dinyOto PRQViwfiTOR,
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEIL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
i'oliimltln sired,       New Wrstiulnster.
  noldwly	
Britisli Columbia's Exhibit
mHE COMMITTER APPOINTED TO
± prepare an Exhibit train Now Westminster for tlio
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
Is anxious to secure sudi a collection an
will do justice la tlio resources of llio oily.
Any person In tli*,'city orelscwh-'io wlm
lins.orexpcds to lmve before tlio dntoof
tlie Exhibition nt Toronto, such articles as
nro deemed worthy of being exhibited,
will confer a favor by communloiitliifr, as
soon ns possible, wltli somo member of
tlioeiiiniiillti'e. All articles tnken for exhibition will bo packed and sent froo of
chiirtjctollii' exhibitor.  Tbe local com-
mitteo is composed of the followinggon*
tlemont—
Pish Arm Gauss—J. A. i.uldlaw, Esq,,
Alex. Ewen, Esq., and P. C. Ilinell, Esq.
AnillCUT.TUHAJ.  AND   llOUTICUI/riltlAtt
PitonuoT8—Thos. Cunningham, Esq., W.
WolfOlldetl, Ksq,
MlXICUAI-S ASH MANUFAcrUIIES-J. O.
Ilrown, Esq., II. V. Edmonds, Esq.
Puomicrs ok tuk Komwr—ir. Ellinit,
Esq,, J, B, Kennedy, Esq., 11. McNnlr.E*q.
JOHNHENDHY, Chairman.
1). nonsON, Secretary. dwjlyllml
CITY BREWERY I
AleS   JLl&l
Tlio Very riosl In Hie pity Is Browoil by
JOHN W,  ANDRZEJEWSKI
At llio City Urewery, Agnes Stroot,
Orders left at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall have prompt attention, Give us u
trial and judgo for yourselves,
Now West., July 13,38S0. djlylBle
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CARTEK.   S
Temple of Music I
Is tho Plaeo lo Buy First-Class
OS a™ organs
At Mich Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd-terms, apply to CAR-
TEH'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, It. i'.
230 Hastings st. west. dnplOtc
SAANICH ILLS!
BRACKMAN fi. KER,
MANUI'At'TUllEIlS   OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^■ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at North Simiilcli,
OFFICE-'c WAREHOUSE! Victoria.
dmhifomfi
I.L
«tS
sm-m I'Oiinovi strkkt,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers lu
MACHINERY
OP ALL IIEHCIUTIONS.
MARINE WORkT SPECIALTY.
riwdeaito
Canadian Paciiic Railway,
PACIFIC^ DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wooOark,
LEAVE  OIIUE11S   AND   SETTLE  ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
tliny2llm _
~j7w. SThgeT"
DEALER IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Bloolt.
Ordors left at tlio C. P. N. Whlil'f will be
promptly delivered, ■  dinliitUtc
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
WHOLESALE
m
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit, Col.
£3T Highest Price paid for FUra and
Dear Hides,
Correspondence invited. t&a-Telcpiioue
Cnll No, (t. djasto
DOUGLAS STREET
Foot of Douglas Street, Neau
Colombia Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
OWNERS AND MASTEIIS* OF VES-
selsnnd other Cruft niivlgiUlun tbe
■■■'.'iserKlvornreri-iHlir-iicil tn keep wllhln
tho Buoys pnlnted Rod nnd White, respectively, at tlm Mission Bridge; ob during llie construction nf the Hrldf-c, mivi-
gflllon between tho banks of tlio Itiver
mil the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to plies
being driven there,
II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouvor, B. O., 7lh Mny, 1880.  dmySlo
Plants for Sale!
ORDERS TAKEN FOR  FllUlT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,  including
all tha lending viirlvtlos of
Apples, Pears, I'liims, Cherries,
■ AI.SO	
SHALL litl'ITS of OVO-J divi'Hiilloii.
nna.ia.ls, Wri'MliM hnd Crosses made,
to ordor.
ddwnpDyl p. LATHAM.
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Untes, $1.00 and $1.50 per Dny,
ACCOHDINO TO HOOM.
SPECIAL MnS SY THE WEEK OR MOUTH.
-*9* Purlins siiitnliod *vllh nil kinds of
ICK-OBEAM. dmylmll
North Britisli k Mercantile
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,   •   $15,000,(100.00
Biilmorllml Cnplnill, u« ut alii !);■,'., IS«"
813,1,00,000, Flro Fund nnd Reserve,, Sll,*
2I2,7SI.  Not 1'rcmlniiis, 1888, *r,,Ull),010.
OF   LONDON.
capital.   -   $»,7.t8,ooo.mi
RATKH AH   LOW   AS   ANY OTlIKlt
C'OMI'ANIHH I101NO  BUSINESS
IN IlIUTIHHCOMIMIilA.
T. Gh. TAQTJBS
Agent lor Now Westminstor Oity
ud Dlttrlet.        d|o24to
ESTABLISHED 18511.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Scurl) liiiimslto the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
mHE LAKGEST  AND   CHOICEST
J_    assortment of nil description* of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to l<Vn.
tiles, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Farmers, Attention I
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
—AT	
Chilliwack, B. C.
ill Farm Wngons,
18 Unci- Haunts;
1 Snail well iiiaiclii'd 4-year old
Illnclc Horses.
3 Slnslc Driving Horses.
(I (lows nnd Claires.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wngon.
tS A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Hcntlng Stoves, Thi'vnre, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
cry A Stoneware, Clothing, Hats & Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furniture, nnd tlio Largest Lino
of Boots and Shoes aliovo Westminster
and the most Complete Stock of General
Merchandise
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
jylOdr&wSm
•nRESn   BitEAD,   CAKE.*?,   PASTRY,
i.1    Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel und Uostaurant trado soliolted.
All orders   promptly til tended lo and
delivered lo nny part oi* (lie oity,   dmli28y
. G, MonuDntol Works
Can. Columbia -mid Cuu'.cm Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Itest Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CUItBING.
N. II.—Just rficolvo'd—tho linest nssort-
luentof Kcnt'-li (•r-iHMcn-iiiniii'-iilNt'Ver
SOOll     11   Rl'ltisll   (.'ollllilUii, Whirl! Will be
sold at prices putting competition onto/
Uio question,
dwmbaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON PflOP.
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses * Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
****>* REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc 81  Col-u.--n.-bla Streot.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
•DTIftTiTy**-   XXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hand au Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &__.
M HUT'S     ds     BOYS'     SIX7ITIB.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
N. Bi—Farm Produce bought nt market rates or sold on commission.  ttsuOrderi
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjettc
TIME    CARD.
O-   K-\   SJ.  OO.
The Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tho C. P. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
*EJ*V*El*B-5r
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A, M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV PORTS.
Heturnlng Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When stiffloloiit Inducement oflfers sho
\rlll proceed to HOPE and on suoh
occasions Will leave her whnrf
lit 4a. in,
JOHN IRVING, Munnger.
T. h. BRIGGS, Aftont,
New Wostmlnster. ditpSlc
Time Table!
/f^zM), THE STEAMER
oiSMBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVER WESTMINSTER every Monday morning nt 7 o'clock for Nunnf-
mo- Via Vancouvor, returning Tuesday,
vln Vancouver.
Loaves Weslnilnsler every Wcdnesdny
nt 7 n. m. for Nanaimo ill wot, connecting
with Island rnllway and Comox stenmor.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nml t-'i'ldnys ami returns same
days.
Leaves Nannlmo on Saturday nt 7 a. ra.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or pnssngc apply on board,
or to T. L. limGfls, C. P. N. wharf,     dtc
M.A.McRAE
i?lci'ch*inr. i ailor
ilKAUTll'Ur.  UaNGKOF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped nnd biio'ck
fob sl'iuso and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Colomhia St.,   -  New Wkst-iixster.
CASTORIA
for infants and Children.
"CutorUlsK>-nllKbpMtoehlU-ratli>t I Outwit, etmj Colle, Ottvilp-Uin,
l r-OT-am.edltuw-^rlor-o.ayproKTlpUo. I gJJIS"***^*J|J***t*i SI'mSS*-. it.
tamratome."     B.A.A»oatiL-t.-)„        I ""■jS™*- P*"*-**"- ■*,!****■ **
B. A. Antma, H.D.,
Ul So. Otttti W, BiMktja, M, y.
mtKoilajuriOMD
Tm Cestaor Ookpamt, 77 Murray Street, It. T.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land § Investment Agsacy
(LIKICTI* 1
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENRYS. MASON, L DIHECT
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, J
HEAD OFFICII t
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
Tlie Business of ALLSOF A MASON litis
been merged In tlio abovo Compnny und
will be carried on by the Compnny from
tbls date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May 16tb, 1887.  dwjlys
Mainland Mer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RI6S
At Special Low Rates.
Braying and ill Kinds ot Teaming
Bone at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordwood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Ordors by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
iwStnbles nearly opposito C, P. R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
djallte      QILLEY BROS. Props.
VICTORIA
R1CEMILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
Op-FEIl FOR SALKl
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, At.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLK FEED.
tliu h*J»mfl
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
l?*BOI?*RI*HlTO*B.
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks cnll at nil Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Hoarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders mav be left at tho Office of Ma*
titers A Mllligan,Commission Morcbnnls.
Front Stroet, New West. dse2Ite
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PKOl'I.E of
Now Westminster that they have
re-opeuod the slore lately occupied hy
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, and
aro now prepared to execute all ordors for
TA-ULO-RIlsra
A flu* line of Cloths Jost received,
consisting ot all the Latest Design* from European Markets
MU. J. A. MflDOUGATili will attend to
the 01111111-,'. and Is a practical meelmnlo
of twelve years'expcrlonco In the United
Slates; nlso two years as foreman for
MosHrs. Gregg A Son, of Victoria.
Satisfaction guaranteed,
CouMRij. Street, Opposite Bank op Montreal
NEW WESTMINSTER,
djcl-tmll
*h:^.*b'eu:soxt s:p:rxxtg-s
-A-exated "Water
(Direct from tho Springs,)
The Only Grunt no Aerated Mineral
Water on the Market.
The abovo will bo delivered In New
WestminBter twine a week. Leavo orden
with F. O. McCARTNEY,
Coramlsslon Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster.   dJlySIc
NOTICE TO GONTRAGTORS
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE Received by the Trustees of the Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up lo noon
of SATURDAY, 301b Jnly. for lhe erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Blook 2, Suburbs of Now Westminster.
Eaoh tender mnst be accompanied liy
an accepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to Uve per cent, of the nmount ot the tender, made payable to the undersigned. In
the event of a contract being let the
cheque will be retnlned as part security
for the due performance of the work.
The cheque will be returned to unsuccessful competitors, but will be forfeited
by any bidder wbo may decline to execute a contract if «al led upon to do bo.
Plans and specifications oan be seen
and font* b for tender obtained at the otllce
of Clow* Maclure, architects, NewWestminster.
The lowest or any tender not ncccssarlty
accepted, W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West., 27th June, 1889.     dje27td
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
■—IN	
Suits tt Pants
Feed,LiveryiSaIeBEBGS & HEABD'S
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo are selling thobestof
EnglUli, Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever,
Cnll and examine and we aro satisfied
that you will bay before you leave the
store. All work guaranteed.
Also—Agents for a now Invention for
Dress-cutting that can bo used by a mnn
or woman and give a perfect fit.
dmhlyl SH ••lmnbla strati.
To Su Fmsgo, Cal.,
BY WAY OF THE
LIK1
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Q,UICKBRIN TIME THAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
GRAND 8DENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of fleeond*Claaa Tu*
■engera-attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Fortland to Sacramento and
Hun Kranelsco-Unlimited, t'25; First-
elass (Limited)* 9X); Second-class (IJ«
mlted},»16.
THROUGH TICKETS loall points South
imd East, via California.
TICKET OFFIOEBl
City Omen, No. 131 Cor. Flrat tlAIdt-
Ktrects;
Dki-ot Oi-tiok, Cor. F A Front Street*:
Portland. Orogam
R. KOEHLER,       l'i. P.UOGERH,
Manager.       AssfcOi F. ft P. A'* i
gailt) $ritish Columbian
Friday Evening. Jnly IS* 188».
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NEW ADVERTISEMENT THIS BAY,
Auction Sale.
Civio Notice.
;-Gao, Byrnes
.J. 0. Jaques
Salmon avenuj,od 45 to lho boat last
night.
No polico court to-day, for tho fourth
clay iu succession.
Ogle, Campbell A Co. are advertising summer coats at cost.
All the fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next tlio "Queen'-*."   *
Tho hot weather is having an excellent eQect on fruit, v.hich is ripening
fast.
Tho Bifioassocaation will hold another practiceat Brownsville to-morrow.
The «r. foiubov teft  &* Vkicru :
thU Eoorautg v.zh freight and ptssea*
gew-
The cotttnetoia aw making good ,
prv^Ki-* in thd wyrit cf clearing Uto
park.
The sale of Samuel  Greer's lota en |
English Bay will  be   announced  tomorrow.
Walker & Co. have Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac*
lareti MUls at old prices. *
Tho steamer Gladys left for Chilliwack this morning with 25 tons of
freight and 30 passengers.
Blaine proposes to givo 8100,000 as
a land bonus to havo tho Westminster
Southern puss through the town.
Tho bishop will preside at tho nd*
journod vestry meeting to bo held tonight at Holy Trinity, nt 8 o'clock.
The steamship Abyssinia  arrived nt
Vancouver this moniini*  from  China
with a heavy cargo and a full  passen*
■ ger Hat.
The stoamor Irving nrrWod down
from Chilliwack this afternoon with
35 passengers and a full load of farm
produce.
A Bmnll sum of money found in
Grant & Maelure's boot store on the
Dth inst. cun be obtained by owner on
application.
A vory severe hail storm passed over
Lachiuo Wednesday night. Grcou-
houao windows and skylight j were
smashed all along the course of tho
storm.
Twenty lunatics woro removed from
the asylum to-day to the provincial
gnol, whero they will remain until tlio
addition to tho asylum building ia oom-
ptoted.
Complaints are mado that all sorts of
rubbish nro thrown into tho ravine immediately oust of Mary streot. An investigation by tho board of health
might not be out of place.
Bishop Sillitoe assumed tlio rectorship ol Holy Trinity church to-day,
uud the Venerable Archdeacon Woods
assumed tho lvcnirsliip of St. Mary's.
Sapperton, at tliu came timo.
Charles McCallum, the man who
wus run over and dangerously hurt,
near Ten Mile bridge, last Saturday,
is reported to bo mending slowly, and
Dr. Hull now considers his recovery
coitain.
The bush tires all along the coast
nrt extending considerably, and unlets
rain comes soon they are bound to do
much diiiiiftge to valuable timber lands.
The smoke is also likely to interrupt
navigation if it becomes much moro
dense.
Arrangements have been completed
willi a company whereby Whatcom
will havo n, water supply brought from
Whatcom Lnko sufficient to furnish a
city with 50,000 of a population. Tho
Botlinghani Buy towns aro making
strides these times.
The dutu of reopening tho public
schools throughout tho provinco for
next term has been extended, by order
of tho educational department, from
Auguat 5th to Auguat 12th. A good
movo. Nothing liko u long vacation
in tho heated term.
G, Byrnes, auctioneer, advertises a
largo sale of provincial government
lauds, in the townsito of Hastings and
elsewhere. Tho snlo will tike plnco at
Vancouver on Thursday, August 15,
nt 11 o'elook a. m. . For furthor particulars boo advertisement In another
column.
i Militia men nro requested to bo present at the drill shed in full forco at
8 o'olock sharp- this evening, to dis-
cius the question uf a military ball to
be given the second week in August.
If it is the general wish that tho ball
should be given the militia mon will
havo to attend thu mooting.
It appears that tho erratic couno
taken by the Victoria mail bag on
Wednesday wus not the fault of the
Vancouver poBtodice officials- ns stated
yesterday. Tho bag waa mislaid, or
something of that sort, nt lho junction,
but to whom tho blame for its detention (ihould bo attached cannot be
learned.
The Viotoria and Vancouver lacrosse
clubs play a return match at tho cnpt*
tal oity on Saturday 27th inst. Tho
Vancouver team is going into strict
training nnd steady practice for the
event. The match will probably bo tho
most interesting of tho eoason. Westminster pfnys Victoria on Saturday,
August 3rd in this eity.
Judging frnm tho present signs lho
divorce caso list for tho noxt session
of the senate will bo heavy. In threo
oases notice has beon givon already,
and a fourth notice is expected. Three
eases camo from western Ontario nnd
the fourth from British Columbia. Divorce in Canada is an expensive lux-
yur, eaoh case being estimated to cost
it least gl-000.
ChlldrwJSryfoLPitcher'sCastorla
Thi - •nrolittleal snivry.
Amos Ui'.Ymai), of tho Geological
Survey, io shying at the Colonial.
Mr. Bowman leaves to-morrow to ex-
pluro tlio country round Coquitlam
lako and river fur coal formation, and
to trace llio veins already discovered.
Ho will afterwards visit Harrison lako
on a similar mission. Mr. Bowman
ia confident both petroleum and coal
wiil yet ba discovered in tins district
in j ni yin;: quantities, and lie thinks
boring operations ahould be commenced mi an extensive scale
The Now Shingle Mill.
The shingle mill lately built on Gambia- Island liy W. L. Johnston & Co.,
of Ih ia city, is completed and in full
running o;di*>, Tlio mill is at present
turning nut 30,000 shingles per day,
but this number will be largely increased within a short time. Ordors
nro coining in faster thnu they can bo
filled, ami there is every prospeot of a
steady demand throughout tho whole
year. Tlio outlook for the uew lirm is
brij'.lit, and Missrs Johnston & Co.,
are very hopeful of the futuro.
Tin- Touchers' ;:> uuiinaiiiiii.
Tiiu Colonist says: Tlio examination
for lirst*cln8a teaching certificates,
grade 11, waa concluded yesterday, and
the ladies and gentlemen writing it
havo left for homo. Only ono candidate of ihe ill), from all parts of tho
province, who presented themselves
for examination (and that ouo a lady),
remains to complete the examination,
and, if possible, secure a "first-class
A." She is Miss Hester Draper, of
Now Wct-tniinstei', and it ia to be
hoped that success will crown her effort'.
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The steamer was slewed down to afford the passengers an opportunity to
witness the fight, which lasted for over
three-quarters of an hour, when the
whale, evidently exhausted, sank out
of sight followed by his pugnacious
en em v.
Itiilldin**   Enl<-rprlM*.
Under instructions from Rev.
Father McGuicken, Mr, G. W. Grant,
thy architect) is now preparing plans
for three blocks of dwellings to bo
ereotod on tho church property, corner of Royal and Clement street?.
There will be three buildings in oach
block and tho wholo will cover a apace
of IDS feet x 132 feet. The buildings
iro to be of wood, -two stories high
and Manaard roof, which really means
a throe story building. They will be
hard finished throughout. It is the
intention of Father McGuckon to have
t iiGBO dwellings ercctod at ns .oarly a
dato us possible, and contracts for the
work will bo called for within n few
weeks. A few more buildings such as
these would relieve tho presont great
demand fur habitable houses.
A rmlilatilc 1'iiiill-tillon.
The Dominion Illustrated for July
0 ii tin) opening number of n new
year. This fino pictorial journal haa
won deserved popularity, and wo bespeak for it tho continued and enlarged Btipuort of the Canadian public.
There is so much in tho resources,
scenery and lifo of tlio Dominion,
which can be effectively depicted only
by Um aid of illustration, that our people should deem it a privilege to further such an enterprise. One of the
leading features in tlie number tor
•July G is the illustration of the milling
businesa of Canada, with special reference to lho great establishment of A.
W. Ogilvie & Co. Tho number for
July 13 contains views of British Columbia and Alaska, and a portrait of
tho Hon. Senator Murphy. The
Domfiitoh Illustrated is published by
the Dominion Illustrated Publishing
Company, of which Mr. G, E. Des-
bftrata is manager.
Victor In* West m luster.
At the meeting of the Victoria city
council, on Wednesday niglit, on motion of Aid. Goodacre, by yhtue of authority from Aid. Wilson, the introducer, tho by-law to grant assistance
to thu Victoria, Sanuieh & New Westminster railwny, wna withdrawn. Aid.
Goodacre gavo notice that at tho next
regular meeting of tho council ho
would introduce by-laws providing for
aiding the Victoria, Saanich & Now-
West minster railway company, by
granting to said company a bonus of
interest nt tho rate of 4 per cent, on
8500,000, for twenty-fire years. Also
to provido for tho corporation taking
3,750 shares at $100 encli in tho capital stook of tlio said company, aud for
oxoinpliti*' tho property of thu aaid
company within thu city of Victoria
from nil municipal taxation for a period of ten yeara, and for granting for
tho uses of the said company a full
supply of water free of charge for a
period of ton years.
Texada Island.
A recent airival from Texada Island
informs tho Nnnaimo Free Press that
but liltlo work is being done nt tho
several ledges on tlio Island, even the
Vancouver Byndicato aro working a
fewer number of hands than formerly.
Our informant says thoro aro certainly
some fine specimens of quarts', on tho
Island, but it ia doubtful whether
many paying quart/, ledges will bu dis*
covered, but ho iB confident that it is
rich in iron nnd copper. It is stated
on the Island that tho Texada company had rofused to grant tlio extension of timo askod by tho Vancouver
syndicate, saying if tho syndicate is
not propared to fill thoir part of iho
'-bonding" contract, other parties nro
prepared to lako tho ground on much
more favorable terms to tho Texada
Mining Company, Surveyors have
jltlit completed tho location of n railway lino from tho iron mine bi) Gillie's
Buy, a distanco of four miles, Tliu
present wharf of tho Iron Company in
in au exposed position, only allowing
of the loading of vessels in fnir weather.
Gillie's Bay is completely sheltered,
and vessels cau load in all weather.
Wharves will ho at onco erected there,
withal) the modern appliances for
cheap And rapid loading.
Jackson's Mnrdcierx.
After the hearing of tho uvidt-uco
against Squamish Jim and Charley
yesterday in the district, com", both
prisoners said they wanted to make a
statement, and, after being duly cautioned, woro allowed to do so. Charley said: The evidence given hy Iho
woman is not true. Whilo wo wero
drinking Jackson wont away with
Mary and paid hor §1.00; .Tim, Mary's
husband, heard this aud gut mad. He
then took out his knife aud cut Jack-
sou's throat. After Jim killed tho
man he said to mo "we had butter go
to your houso for tonight." Mary
lout her shawl whilo getting into the
canoe. Early in tho moriutig wo got
oil'and went homo.
Squaii.ish Jim aaid: I wont to Vancouver and mot Charley, ami ho Uid
mc he was feeling bad that, day saying,
"I havo not seen my boy." wo thon
went down lo tho oil factory, Jackson
wbb thero also. Charley said, "1 had
bettor kill thu white mini bccaUBO I
have not aeon my boy fora long time,"
We wero all sitting down and drinking and all got drunk. Ohiuley Hot
up again and said, ''1 think I had bettor kill tliis whito man." Hu went behind Jackson, pulled out his pooket
knito and cut Jackson's throat. Charley then ran to his canoo, pushed it
out from shore and snid, "Jim you
had better como with me." lio then
went to Charloy's house; early tho
next morning went home.
Charley hero broke iu and said ho
wanted to tell of other murders Jim
had committed, but was provoiitsd by
Mr. Morosby, who was afraid if the
statement was made publicly tlie Indians in court would curry t'io information abroad and other persons implicated would bo put ou thoir guard
and the detection of certain crimes,
now being worked up, made impossible.
Capt. Pitteudrigh fully committed
the prisoners for trial it tho next na*
SIMS.
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The t:\hliilii-iii Buildings.
A special meeting of tho city coun*
cd w.is held last night to receive the
report of the park committee ou the
proposed exhibition buildings. Aid.
Cunningham was prevented by illness
from being present. The committeo
reported tliat thoro wero four plans
submitted for the building to bo oicct-
ed on the park, and, noting iu conjunction with tho citizens' committeo,
it was decided to recommend tho
adoption of the plans of Mr G. W.
Grant, architect. It waa also recommended that tho uusucccaaful tenders
ba awarded S25 each as a remuneration for their labor. The report was
adopted.
Tho plan shows a building in tho
form of a Greek cross, having four
wings of equal length, the conter surmounted with a vory find tower and
dome shaped roof, whilo tho termination of tho wing's havo cornor turrets
and bnloonlos, Tho portion to bebuilt
at present will bo tho centre dome aud
tho south and west wings. Tins will
give from the city sido tho appearance
of a fully completed structure. Tho
building will bo two stories high, eaoh
lloor having a superficial area of 7,500
feet. The main entrances will he in
tho center of llio wings. On the right
of tho entrance will be tho offico, waiting rooms, lavatory, etc; on the left
will bo wide, eaay stairs lending to the
second lloor; tho aecond floor "will have
similar rooms, for committees, lavatory, etc. Under tho centre dome will
be a largo circular opening with a gallery around, giving a fine effect and
an exoellont view of tho interior. The
whole building will bo woll lighted,
for in addition to the wall windows,
the clear story windows will light the
center. Between tho corner turrets
and over oach entrance will be a large
balcony that will command a magnificent view of the grounds, as well ns
the city and river. This will be a
choice shaded nook from which to
watch tho sports ou tho grounds.
Tho drawings submitted comprise two
floor plans, elevations, soctions, and
perspective, the lattor being a particularly fine drawing. The building will
be nn imposing and handsome structure, and the choice of the park committee in uhoaing Mr. Grant's plans
will be warmly commended by citizens
in general.
i.<ioil Hallway I'rosiiccls.
According to current rumors it
would appear as iF Whatcom will have
a transcontinental as well as a local
railway in the near future. It ia
known that lhe St. Paul, Minneapolis
uud Manitoba road has been looking
this way for a Pacific terminus, and
Bellingham Bay is acknowledged to bo
the bost point for Buch purposes. For
somo time tho B, B. & B. C. have
been expecting to make an arrangement with tho Hill company, nud it is
now rumored that the dual has boen
completed, nud an attempt to secure
the Cuutiold rond will bo mado. In
tho meantime Nelson Bennett is working up his coast line scheme, and
from his past record as n railwny
builder, it is confidently expected that
hu will carry out his plans, assisted by
tho residents of tho Bay cities,—- Whatcom llalletin.
l'KRSONAIi.
Mra. Dr, Black is Maying at Port
Moody.
D. B. Murray, of Vancouver, wns in
the city to-day.
Mrs. 11. V. Edmonds is summering
at Port Moody.
Hon. Kugeiio Caufield returned to
Whatcom yeslordny.
Miss Webster returned to Port
Moody on Wednesday.
Lieut.-Col. Prior has luft for tho interior and will visit the Spallumohecn
nud Okanngon districts.
H. M. Stramberg, B, A., has returned from a visit to Victoria, whero
ho act ad as ono of the supervisors at
tho teacher's examination,
C. S. Douglas ox-M. P. P., of Winnipeg, was in tho oity to-day and gavo
us a cnll. lie is lately from tho
prairie provinco and intends making
his home in Vancouvor, with tho prospects of which city ho is very muoh
pleased. Mr. Douglas Ib greatly taken
with Westminster, and is delighted
with its beautiful situation aud surroundings.
Two thousand pilgrims havo registered themselves at Bonno St. Anno
do Boaupro, Quo., this summer. Soveral miracuii.ua cures aro reported. A
young man named Riorlan, of Keos-
villo, was lame and walked with crutches, At tho service he roso to his
feet and walked up to thu attar, whore
he deposited his crutches boforo hundreds of witnestoa.
Cut offSUddeiil).
A Bad accident occurred at tho Vancouver City Foundry and Ironworks
this morning, resulting iu the death of
Joseph Lnpointe, who had juat got
work thoro for tlio first timo. Briefly
the particulars aro ns follows: For
somo days past Lapointo had been
making enquiries for work at tho foundry, aud to day J A. McKelvie, tho
mechanical manager, gave hiin something to do. Lapointo waa set to work
rolling logs up to tho apot whoro extra
wharfage accommodation is being built,
making himself useful in a general
way. Sometimes ho was up abovo and
sometimes below, steadying a log until
it got into place. Whilst engaged in
this way, a log.that was boing handled
slid along rather faster ttiat was intended ur oxpeeted, and the poor old man
boing below it tho heavy timber struck
hiin on the head, crushing it completely. Death, it jh thought, must
havo been instantaneous. Tho body
wns carried from tho whnrf to tho
foundry, and thence tu the morgue,
whilst in the meantime, Coroner Mc-
Guigan aud tho police were notified of
tho occurrence. Lapointo was a
French-Canudiau aud had been in the
city for somo time, but little seems to
have been known of him or of hia nn*
tecedehts.-—World.
CHILDREN ENJOY
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing ellects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative and if tho father or
mother bo costive or bilious the most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is tho best family remedy known and
every family should havo a bottle.
It. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contributo towards thu patriotic uud
worthy object of making tho noxt annual provincial fair, to bo held in this
city, a grand nnd unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposito thoir respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive tho same, on or before 6 months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in tho city, for increasing tho
amount oO'ercd in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in other ways):
Sharpe & Paine, Lulu .Islnnd    10 00
L P Eckstein. '
Jt W Armstrong.	
F It Glover.	
Walker & Shadwell	
Claud Hamber.	
Peter Grant	
A J Hill	
Cant A Grant	
J H  Macdouell ,
W O I^oye...
11)00
10 00
10 00
10 00
11100
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
F Qt Strickland   Si 00
Gilley llros    JJO 00
R H Webb    -£00
T Cunningham   ;to oo
Henderson Hros, Chilllwhack    10 00
A 11 Wintemute    io 00
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson  212 85
Annie M .1-nines....   io oo
Jas Ciiuninglinm   50 oo
Grant & Has-strom    20 00
J W Sexsmlth    M 00
Kev J II While    Ill 00
11 Douglas „  im 00
V. ft Seoul lar A Co    K 00
W C Coatham   25 00
T M Cunningham  2.i 00
A B Itand    25 00
Aekormnn llros-     :d 00
Held A Carrie   *>*i 00
IT T Rend A Co   f-0 00
W H Thibaudeau    1,1 00
Grant & Maoluro   jo to
Ogle, Campbell ACo   20 00
Sri'StHH'llONS 1'Alri
Tnn Columbian,. $ioo 00
WJ Armstrong    30 00
G D Brymner   20 00
Stewnrt ACasli    25 CO
George Tumor   io 00
Youug A Terhune    10 00
Terhune A Co „«    io 00
A Deullrisay    If, 00
P BUodeau..-.    10 00
Next!
Dr. Child's Tiio Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, D, S. Curtis
tk Co. " dmy28yl
BOARD OP TUADK. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-slnirs
Council meets on the tlrst mid third Wednesday ln each month-at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Fen., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p, in. New members
may be proposed nud electee' at. any Quarterly meeting.—D. Koiison, Sec,
Whon Bsliy wu sick, we >>av» ber Cutoria,
WLcu abo wm a ChUd, she cried for Caiitoria,
When she became Mlis, ihe -jiang to Cutoria,
Whtn tht bad Childwa, ebo eare tbem Uutoris
CAUTION.
NOTICE IS IIEHBBY GIVEN TO THE
public not to havo anything to do
with a nolo made by ine on The Kith day
of April, 18.-91, In favor of one O! A. Bu-
ehanan. payaMo al, Now Westminster,
April HI, IH-fil, un tho said noto was obtained under fnlso pretences und Is not
COlleotlblOi DONALD Molt AE,
JylTdwl WarnocR Station, B.0.
City Debentures.
TENDERS WILI. BE RECEIVED UP
to 0p.m. Mondav.Hcpt. Kith,for Debentures of tho Oily Of New Westminster,
B.C., Issued under unt borlt v of t lie "Street
and Park Improvement Debenture Ry-
Lawl889," amounting to 185,000. Debentures are for -JIHHl.lK) encli, payable lufiO
yenia from 17tli June, 1880, and beard per
cent, interest, payablo at Kew Westminster on 1st day January and Isi day July.
Debentures will be ready for delivery Get.
1st, Tenders to state number of Debentures that will bo taken, uud amount of
Smilium that, will be paid,and to been-
orsed "Tender for Debentures," anil addressed to tho undersigned. Tbu lilgliust
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J). ROBSON,
New Westminster, U. C.,       Oily Clerk.
July 17tli, 1881),
§#p€gs
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follow, tho ii-o of Syrup of rigs, na it
auto gently on tlm
KiDNiiYs, Liver *s? Bowels
Effectually Cli'ansiiti* tlio System T/litn
Cottlvo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
ond poTiiuu-ently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION-
without) weakening or irritating thu or-
■.'una on which it nets,
For Mlolu Wo bottlo. liy nil l...ills|
DruBglits.
MAm-Moim-to O.-X BT TOI
OALiPOBHiAnasraupoo
CIVIC   NOTIOE,
Closing of Begbie Street.
THAT PORTION OP BEGBIE STREET
lying between Columbia and Front
Streets Is hereby declared   closed   until
August 15th, 1880, It being under repair.
By order of Board of Works,
J. G. JAO.UES,
Chairman.
Kew West., July 10,1880. <JJlyl0t3
0. BYRNES,  - AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION
a?ROVIK"OX.A.Xj
I
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
New Westminster District.
Thursday, Aug.   Z5,   1889,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY TIIE
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works, on behalf of tho Provincial
Government, to sell by Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
8» BLOCKS OF LANB>,
Hanging from 2% to 4 acres eacb, surrounding Hastings Pnrk. These Blocks
are situate on the East, West aud South
sides of this fine Park, which contains 1(H)
acres. This property Is on a. nice elevation above Burrard Inlet, and overlook*'
this magnificent bnibor, nod may bo considered tho finest Residential Property of
the City of Vancouver.
—Ar.so-—
00 BLOCKS OF LAND
In the same Township, extending southward from the ubove lands, and ranging
from 10 to '25 acres each, tttklug in the full
width of the Townsite.
 ALSO-—
New Westminster District.
Eighteen qunrlor-aeotlons In Lots 835,881,
883, 882. 1-ill, 150. as permapof Unt Dlstrlot. Theso lots aro well adapted for
agricultural, dairy or orchard purposes',
aud ou account of tbelrcloso proximity
to the markets of Vancouver and New
Westminster nro desirable properties
for families seeking homes or for investments.
Maps of tho various properties will be
Issued. Terms at Sale: one-third cash,
one-third ti months, balance 12 months,
with Interest at rate of U percent, per nullum,
GEO. BYRNES,
tlJIylOltl AuirnoNin'it.
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BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
ITBI.Ei'HOKE No. 5-5.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London aud Lancashire Fire nud
lli-ltlsk Knifiii« Life Itunranee
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society,
Accountant's Oflice, Diocese of N.W.
Cily Audit oi I, »H8G, lf-m and lSBI.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   TIIE BUYING
AND SELLINQ OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd oilier monetary transuetlous.
Have several good investments on tholr
books, and all new comers will do well to
call beforo doing business elsewhere.
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I School. Address F. F. HAITI, Hon.
Hoard of Trustees for llotiliiliny Hfiy
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JUST   OPENED,
A large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
Ladies' Underwear,
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WHITE AND COLORED!,
Infants' Robes, &c.
These Goods were bought right and are offered at extraordinary low figures.
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vomm nit-Uft io.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas. Ellard,Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOOK OF
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, U.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-GInsses In steel, rnhber, silver ai'C >-*-i.l
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learm-*. tlu
business thoroughly from some of the linest Horologera in England, and since thu-i
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on the continent of America, is a sutBeicnt guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly iiiani-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savago k Lyinan, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Dec, 1SS7.—Mr. P. Crake.— Andw. Rohertsun, Est],, Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not hero to-day."
dwaplUto
D. S. CURTIS & Ct
AGENTS B, LAURANOE'S SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, 1!. C.
SPECIAL  THIS  WEEK.
We are closing out our stock of SUMMER JERSEYS at
cost. Three or four days will clear them out at the prices
we have marked them.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
dwlc MASONIC BLOCK.
SUMMER COATS!
OGLE, CAMPBELL l CO.
■N*"EI"V5r •W'EST-MI-ISrST'EI'R.
ilJlylMo
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
2_>3>_tl.X.2-Xl  XXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X.a'bxadox herrings,
"Mlackexel, Salt Cod,
jLxxxi.oij.x'a TJxic. XXe.xr_.t3,
■^rmoT-tx's "CTnc. Bacon..
"Flo-ax. Sxaxi. Slioxte,
•"-HIGHEST PKIOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
<oMwi* Sooullar-Armatrong Blook, Oolumbla St.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
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
W. £ G. Wolfind
SOT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IB
XXXCBr^3:-CiX_,JL33
DRY GOODS
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GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
OTJ-R JLTSnSTTJJLXj
CLEARANCE SALE
HA8 COMMENCED.
Special Bargains.
WALKER <&, SHADWELL.
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