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NEW; Vv^HTMBfSTIIR, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1888.
p.*******'**;':;',;.; '
'DENTIST.
Room 10,       - -   ... Colonial Hotel.
Omo.HotJBS-IOto! iifeltc
ft K. O. BROWN, ,
' DENTIST.
Boous-B. * C, over Bank ol British Columbia.   - -,   i  ■■'-...  .
Hoons-Sa.m.tot!IOp. m.     dwJIySffte
poisons a weu,
BARBIBTEB8,
/**   ;   ,,   ;; ■-•    SOUpaTORS,'ETO.>!
OlrW Ilasoulo Buildrngs, New Westmla-
iter, ind Vmoouw, B.C,     JySldwte
m   O.TOW*HaKV,
,. OOUOITOIt, 4IC.
Of the provlnoe o* Manitoba.
AHtflTKOHO BtOCK, .
dieittc" "'   New Westminster, B. C.
m   C. ATKlNSOFf,
BARaiSTEB, SOLICITOR, .*»-,;■
urnctt-Huonle Building,
dwfeioto New Westminster, B. 0.
-TT   NORHAS BOLE, (I.e.,
BABRISTEB-AT-LAW.
Lind Agent. Money to Loan,
Columbia St.,
selto New Westminster, a C,
pLOW Ik MAOLDRB,
ARCHITECTS.
OrFrrnt-Boom E,
Over Bank of B.C.,
Columbia Street,
ft W OHArlT,    .
AROHITEOT)
OmoK-Cornir Mary and Clarkson fits.
"'"''""      ..dw/eJBite
M
ALLANDA1BB 4k RANSOM,
ARCHITECTS.
Innes Block,      ■      -      Hastings St.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
dauSOtc
w.
ILLIAH B. KING,
,       •    AROHITEUT,
BUILDINO A LAND SUBVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
OrrHuavNewMaionloBlook,
dw.pl8to Westminster.
I IjBBR* t..tUkh,'     '     :'
AT M. Can. Soc. C. E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND STJRVEYOa and
Orflcs-WWJtsshlllBlock,   IuU:■:,:.
dwmhiste
New Westminster.
vrr j.w«itB.i».,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
BBAIa ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
9, Bank Building., New Westminster, B.C.
11 Clan Roma, Halifax, England;
dwmyl7le
m t iwWi'; •" '
. Col*W»*«rsyt,..„...,...II-» Wert«lnii»*i
All oommlolon, will  receive prompt
I and ciriful ituntlou.Beit retorinmi
m wbni nqttlnd. ■'       ''' unw
IB
glvm ,
tt'fth ■"•»»•"■ Bt»*WlT»ta'jh
••■*»ow*mfi*¥rt,*g*»;.«
Asi lsisr.se. Af.sti,
| omen it VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WEBTMINBTER1; owner
■oKMMI.'l.d Clnrkson SU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
.    BUILDING LOTS for sal. In nil seetlom
I of VUMouvir Md New Westminster City.
JIM ol superior nuallty for
Jill, at Obllllwhiek, Port  .....
fLangliy, tUUquI, Hamas, Mnd Bay,Lid.
1'ier'i Landing, Lulu la.li.nat. North Arm
I\n4 Pitt Rtv«r.
1 Map. and Pl.ni exhlliit»il'«ntl the full-
1st Information furnished at all ourooloett
laiMlo
IWILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
HAMPRIPIBIB. gnRTITSHIOK
srge or Small Burnt of Money Advanced
on Good Securities, «t lleatonable
Ritet of Intereit.
mis f.r Mil .. Fraser Blver, .bave
... Maw »«w WMIMlMter.
Ijunlclll.
 .— arelncailiHtnlitcnm.
Ion with liitondlng settlers from
ngl.nd and .tst where, and have ipeolal
lenillM for iireollng ule..
Their obargM net low.r thin any olhor
OFFIOES-Oorii.r of'Granvlllo and Cor-
ovaSU»tt.,lnd opposite 0. P. II. Station,
 W.B.C. ilapMml
House to Rent.
UVE,BOOMS; HARD PIN1HHEH; Wa-
_. tori.KIM.in. Within three minutes'
.llttrf Potloffloe. Bent, 110 per month.
~" "" H, STRIDE,
Spring villi".
m&
W.0.LOYE,
iduoiili Boot i*i Sb UiL-tr.
a*»«"»wsssssss™|  i mrwmw    *"*""■      n**fw     MIHII
l.palrise N..lly Dor...  C.rk Sol.
W.rk . ep.el.lt r.
s-Onl.r. promptly Ittendtd to.
OlsrkMs et. Ir. rear of Colonial Ho-
tol,a.itloR.adBrot.'ofBm. diiolto
T.JIRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the bettinikei; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbeo Wire for Fenoing, and all the necenury Utensils for Farmingi
Pulley Blocks, Saatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sues; Pitch,
Tar&Oakumi Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldinci Paints & Oils
Inall colore; Liquid Paints In all shades; Floor Paints ready to un; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper iii ill designs; Brooms & Brushes for ill purposes;
Lubricating Oilsi Traps of ill descriptions, and • general ittortmi'nt of
Agricultural Implements,
er Special attention givon to orden by mail.
N1JMBER ti
dwjlyitd
•P. T. *r33^k,»*ir?:«soao..
Columbia Strf.it, New Westminster.
-b—'-l-.!iJ- J—ll Jf-L
GRANT &1ACLURE,
-.'.'' WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL DEALKKS IN
BOOTS eY$i-IOES
COLUMBIA    8TREET,
"fcTe-w*   *^^©etpai-astex,    S.   C
i' ] dw],22to
A. B.WINTI
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civio OmoEHr-.—Mnyor* Robert Dink*
Innon: City Clerk, Capt.' Robhiuoii; Police Miitflstnite, T. C. Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Firs Depart met) t, \v. Corbctt:
ANslsUiiit, IT, Item!
COUHT   OKFICIAr.S.-JiUlgC   Ot    tllfl Htl-
prerao Court, Hon. j. F. BwDroIghtj Regla-
tnu, W. II. Fl.lUliig; .Slioriil", W, J. Aim-
Btrongi
l'HOVINOTAI.   OFKIfiKHH, — fJOVOl'limeiit
Agont, Chan. Warwick; Itffilstrar of Titles,
H, Vf. Armstrong; Hnpt. o/ provincial
Asylum, Dr. n, I, j'ontloy: Bursurof Auy-
lum, Jas. Phillips; Governor or Central
PrlBon, \Vm. Moroaby; Btnearil Itoyal Columbian HopplMl, Ciias. I'ii'liy; Irnml*
Krnttoii Agont, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
I), FerrlK.
Dominion OffiotaijA.—Itostmiuttur, J. C.
Brown: Collector of Cufltoms.J.S.Olute:
Warden of Penltt-iitlnry, A. H. McBride
Dominion Land Agent, it. P.. \V, Alkman;
Crown Timber Atjent, T. 8. Hlj-glnson;
Inspoctor of Flfllierleft, TIiop. ?>lowat,
BBPBRBKNTATIVEa.—Kf?fjatcr, Dr. T. It.
Mclnnes; House nr Commoiif-, Donald
Chlsholm; Provincr;;; i>i-Maturo,-Gupt,
W. N. Bole, ft, C.   '
.jbshw mm
mails oiiO.^E -^.yro Aitrnvn.
OLOE31
For Can. Pac. 7ty.—I'-iily (oxeupt Sninlny
and Mondu.vS'fii I'.'.-U itiiflon fI--if-iri.,ny
(for dispatch H» ii(i fi vj-tt ai - ,
For Victoria, V. 1.. r.nd \Voslera XT. il Ofll*
• cfis—Moiultiv, 1 '.'.>.■;| Tuocdfiv, 8.K1; Wednesday, 6.30; Tiitirs'liir, ii.lo, Fr.'dnv,
0.30: Satiird:iy(f!.l5
For Vnncouvci', M'oodyvflte, Port IWondy
and Biirront JiiIhv—Diilly (oxtfept Siw?
uyi Bt 8.16.
For T..|i'S'-" ■'" .'■:■■ iM'i.irsin'! I-nln Islnnd—
Monday, :l.j-.; Weunosdnyftnil Friday
o.r.o.
null's pfL'.irio, Surrey
nd
nluy
■:!i.!i. ■■
i.l I
For Plninpor'fi Vhm
For Nanaimo tdirei
'Bufialo" Boot and Shoe Store.
TUST AREIVED-A LAEGE ASSORTMENT OF
New Boots and Shoes
Wliich will im sold nt Prices to suit every Person. '
WINTEMUTE'S BLOCK,       -■•'•"; COLUMBIA STREET/
dwau20to   v    ':
GLOBE HQUSE
New Goods.  New Goods.
DIRECT PllOMTHE-llBITISIJ.'ilAUKPn'M, .     ,.,        ..
Fancy and Plain Dress Goods—VERY CHEAP.
Cashmeres, in al! shades.
Ladies' Dolmans, Coats and Jerseys—Newest Styles.
Plushes—Plain and Fancy.
Satins—Plain, Striped and Brooche.
Ladies' Waterproofs—a.-Laf^c.yarioty^Newcrit'SJiapcsi   >; ■;■.
All Selling nt Prices to Suit (lie Times.  H s'll'. i      A' Ji
dsejstc ■ mrs. yyjyf,H^AE.
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S3,'
esjaa
i-SHUQAV—Oofi
CHOICE
W
E AR#N# O0ERIKG FOR SALE
the celebrated
^■••'■i.'ilHy, I'li't, .
idayj-lWfi.
J--Tuosdi'y, 1(J,
:o tj" i.:
From Can; P«c, Ry.—Dally (e-ccopl Saturday) at 1*1.10.
From Vlfltorla—Sundiiy,  Tuesday and
Thursday I(i; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 16.
From Laduer's Landing and Lnlu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday ami Thursday. 10.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
LaiiKloy Prairie—Friday, 10.   ,
From Klgln and Mud Bay-sntnnlay, II.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday; lfl.
From Nanaimo (direct mull)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. in.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls aro lieluc sorted.
MONKY OltDRR A SAVINOS BANK.-Daily
—9 a.m. to 4 p. m., and from 6 to 7 on
""'   ' tar
Saturday evenings.
POWDER
Absolutely; Pure.
Thlipowdormiver varloa. A marvel of
purlty.strenptliand wholcHomt'UPSH. More
•conomlcal than tbo ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold oiilyln cans.
Royal Baking; Powm.it Co., 100 Wall St,
New York. 8fely
Tug:
fo?
S3 Jr.
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mUGBOAT7il
X   chlnery, bj
I-'CKT:
■<i.",n.
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Eastiri
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Apply to
Messiw. at
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Holism fd
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WIATHERS PRQPEM
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming-
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles fr6m Westminster,
in blocks to suit purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terns
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon "oa'ds
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river. .
Ssg* For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will bo on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge. w  (J   K ,« .
JR. .A. INT ID I
WeBtmlUBiortoniigootl road; fl
•'IU.-.S li1|*li liuid, lt;:i r.vri>.-i nt it. from-! too
tool liliii'lt loiini,(liiilmlinii'c alder liottOinj
goiui liiiuto ami out bulldlm.*-". l''ov fiuilu'r
parHMilarsoii'iUli'tiiit     THU- OFI-'ICM.
NewWostuJiinoWHh, 1?88.       dwjefiOto
FOR SALE.
fpHK STEAMFiW "SWAN," 80 feutkool,
1 llfei'Un'um.in.mn. I»>!«t; ntlcdwllli
dotllih*cii«lno>'lll!:.xSo,vllii«loi'i(, aIsiihI'icI
liollor and Hhaft (John Doty, maker, one
of tliebostmiimifiK'tiirciNim'aiiinlm. she
Is In r«nl good oitlurnml fully oiiutpnod,—
For fnrllier nnrtlrtilnrs, apply to M. O.
'J'BIt 111 IN K or W. It. A USTIN.       tlsollii I
Power of Attorney.
DURING  MY AliflKVCR FROM THK
Province, Mr. .loim c. Hrown, Post*
niftMior, hold.- my Power of Attorntsy, and
Is iinllHirii-od toroprosiint. nio in any Hal-1
of mv rout oslaio in the oity or dlntrlut,
dxclOnil WIIlLIAM CI.A'RKBOH.   I
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry! Machine Works
THE PAliPRTBTOn*** OF Ti(EHE
works have much ploiicnrelii notifying their friendi-and Iho pa bill-(.hot they
nro now prepared to receivo and promptly
oxocute niiy onloi-s for work In their line
fflib wtiifih thoy may hi favorcil,
A, H iii: la VIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vanoouver, RCUtli May, I8HH, .
dwmylWo
iaiig f ritish Columbian
T.rsit.7 Ere.Ms, upl. Ill, IMS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
It seems that the powerful "Mugwump" faotiou of New York, while
supporting Cleveland for the presidency, is throwing itself against the
democratic state ticket, it: does
this in the first place, no doubt, because it does not oppose the democratic machine candidates; but probably there is also a perfect willingness to anything which tends to
bring about the wreck of the midline itself. A catastrophe of that
sort would lie a happy accident for
New York.
The Philadelphia Times says: A
little Philadelphia miss, who had
been travelling in northern Europe
during the summer with her mother,
was much amused at the way -that
prevails in Holland of dressing boys
and girls under eight years of ajge
exactly alike in full dark skirfs'a'nil
bright bodices. Tho only way to
tell them apart ia that the girls
wear plain caps, while the boys' caps
nre colored. Both wear the. hair
short, with bangs, so that the face
ofl'ers no hint ns to the sex of tlio
child.
The cremation society lately
formed in Scotland will not have as
smooth Bailing as its promoters expected. A correspondent of the
Glasgow Herald writes: "Burial is
reverential; burning is revolting. It
is enough to. make one's noblest
manhood stand aghast and weep
over the wickedness of the times.''
This strong protest ia further' supported by the expression of deep regret at having to discuss "such a
barbarous, uncivilized and bloodcurdling subject." The. Scottish.
creraatian society hai the floor.
The medicos of the Dominion,
ycleped the Dominion Medical Association, have been enjoying an interesting confab for several days,
about the middle of this month, in
Ottawa—tbe oecsiion being the annual meeting of the association.
Every province in the Dominion was
represented, mention being mide in
the eastern press of Drs, Milne snd
LeFevre, of British Columbia. The
former was appointed a local- jecre-
tary, and tlie latter one Of the vice-
presidents for the ensuing year.
Many interesting and, we dare say,
edifying pipers were read before the
association,and it is fiirte presume that ailing humanity will reap
some benefit from from so many
wise heads getting together. The
next meeting of the association will
be held at Banff early in August
next
' la Ottawa, the other day, a grocer
was lined $30 for nailing -waiskaty-
illegally. He was cOnviotof 0"h tho"
information of a government 'official,
and in passing sentence the magis-
tratesaidkewM "surprised to find one
in the civil service turning a common
informer." That wat'. queer 'legal
morality, was it not I A magistrate,
sitting to adminiiter the law ii 'tar-
prised" that's gentleman should concern himself to enforce respect for
tho law! And his surprise seems to
have been rendered mora acute by
the fact that the gentleman was taking tlie pay of tlio government which
is tho author of the law! The magistrate, who takes pay for upholding
the law, is "surprised" that a gentleman should without pay, seek to enforce the law!—whioh looks like n
"pointer" as to tho respect which
the magistrate, apart from his pay,
lias for tho law.
A fortune waits the nun who nil.
rapture and oxhibit n genuino, bone
liile, "(.urnenough" sea st-i-pei:!, it-
will beat "it ri-coiuinent ibeunjierio*
all to piei.es. The snr. serpent, wliii li
most sensible paipli. - benevi' to Im
moi-ely a fabulous monster, is mn-
stantly being thrown up,by reputable journals in the most liiivtiinut'
faot and tantalizing way, as if to
shake thu ancient disbelief lllill challenge the credence nf the average
newspaper rcadei. An exchange
says—Captain Andrews, thn venturesome individual who started to
cross the Atlantic ocean in his dory,
the "Dark Secret," has been saved
from a watery grave by the tm ser
pent, lie had got half way across
the ocean, and was nearly dead with
exposure and want of food, but,
nevertheless, pride forbade him to
hail a passing steamer and give up
bis attempt. Fortunately for him
lie saw a sea serpent—a most horrible monster—and thinking the
creature might do him some harm,
he allowed himself to be picked up
by a passing Norwegian barque and
carried back to New York,
BY TELEGRAPH.
UST NIUHI'S DESPATCHES.
HEW TMAL REFl'SBII.
San Feancisco, Sept. 24. -r-.illho.
supreme court to-day refused to tirtnt
a new trial to Long Sing, the China-',
man sentenced to death for the murder
of a countryman named Chins on May
30th, 1887.   -
KO IKOTIl HI HV
London, Set. 24.—The officials at
Marlborough House deny the story of
the Princess of Wales having narrowly
escaped death while driving, across a
Vailway track in Austria, and declare
that not a single one of tile circumstances related in tho report published in
the Sunday Times ever occurred. The
princess will return to fJahtlon to-morrow. She is represented to be in robust: health and f excellent spirit!.
Thousandr, of letters and telegram! if.
iinqu|ry ant?, sympathy.have been.-, received at Marlborough Houso tp:day,
elicited by the publiahed: rbppi'f,.'pro'^-
iog-t'iat Ihe long existing popular-love
for the princes:! is unaltered. '
A lady writes: "I was enabled to r..
move the com., root .nd branch,, hy the
liso of Holloway's Corn Cure," Other.
who liip-e tried it have the same ctperi-
Chlldren Cryfor PfaheHiCutoria
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
,    1       CHEAT Ol'KllA HOUSE FIRE.
YrasxA, Sept. 25 The firo in Ihe
Royal Opera House at Pesth burued
the placo lo the ground. Loss over
2,000,000 florins.       .. .
HE.N BItAI, STilIKE AT HAVANA,
; Havana, Sepf. 25.— A general work-
iijgrnen's strike is in progress hero.
Nearly 2D,000 men are out. Tile troops
aro tinder arms in anticipation of
trouble.
KAI1.KOAUS NOIIFIEIi.
New Orleans, Sept. 25.—Tho president of tho board of health has issued
an order to the representatives ef various roads coming into thii oity poising
through or near the infected points,
nct'.to bring into the city any coaches
ia1 which refugees from the infected
points have travelled north.
BARRED OUT.
Raleiiih, N. C, Sept 25. —Governor
Scales to-day notified the chairman of
the board of health at Jacksonville that
no other refugees would be allowed to
come into this itate from dittricts infected with yellow fever.
SAILOR   XILLED,    ,
San Francisco, Sept, 25.—0. N.
Peterson, a slilor, 35 years of age, of
the ihip James Nesmith, fell from the
ringing to the deck lait night and wat
killed.
AIll FOR STANLEY.
'! Londos; Sept. 26.—It ii reported
that King Leopold ef Belgium is organizing a itong relief, party to aid
Stanley;;*; _ '-V: g; '£$(
"CNWEri, UNHONOREIl  AND  UNSUNO."
, SIadbjd, Sept. 25.—Tho funenl of
Bazaine took place yeiterday, followed
by . {... mournen.
awakening at last.
Ottawa, Sejit. 25.-The members
of Ibe Dominion cabinet hav. been
lummoned to the capital inconsequence of a dispatch from tho imperial
authorities, through Lord Stanley,
governor-general, stbing for information regarding the volunteer militia
force anil defences of Canada. The
British, government, it appears, realiz-
*"ihg that Canada is semi-defenceleu
ihould trouble arise with the United
Stitea over the retaliation. law, has
uked for an-oxtontivo rppert of the
armed resistance the country could
offer ihould there be trouble. Tho
cabinet council will meet in the court,
of the week.
ANOTHER  CHIEF JUSTICE IU.
'. Washington, Sept. 25. — Justice
Matthew's, of the supremo court,, is
seriously ill. Ilia oondhioii is kept
secri't.
ARRIV.U-S.
'St:r Fiiawisixi.   Sept.    25.—Ar-
rived—i'tr, Mexico from Victoria and
sliip Oi'k'1'.nl fiMin Tacoma,
TanM lu a i""s rr its views.
YV.ivuv. , .n. S.M 25,—A spocial
deipMoh I nn O i.wii iay. that another
cans,! f it: un moiling of the cabinet
is.! ■ kffoi Iho iiimiiii! the Scott Chi-
nes| dsclu .'.■■■ Iii'! will have upon Ohi-
nesb 'I'h" . j'O 'l.irisli sulijobti and liv-
i■-::, iCiiillv'..i. U :l|.iSc„Hblllshould
brcpitio Ui i: ■,-..I! k--, i< tiiein out nf
thai iijttd StotM. '"i'lio uroballllty
i-. ' ilie deapntob sajv, " thai Great
iir'.'-: " - :-.a i., .„ intend to nilua tbbD.
r.' . exeluuu li,.v B.uuj..cti ti aucii a
tumanvyirjiiniicr, and, .-is is muni in
cJk-Ii Oa.es, it buoks up it. vims in an
eiiipliaHs mii.iiiiep."
■ SK.-iims   MniKiNOi
.Ats'lls, Tolas, Sepl. 25.—It is bo-
lit'U'.i ti.uiv will be a general tnassaoro
of Ti-x iii eitixeiis at Uin Grande City
unless the P, S. troops at. Fm-t Ring.
fiOlil collie tn tho veronc. Tin" event it
liki-ly tn load to international c.mpli-
ea iotii; Last ni^ht Governor H'.ss
sniil the lituation was ix'remelygravoi
ami the absence of ndviciin fnr several
leans gins rise to wnrso fears.
t.'LEVBLAND's OLRUKNOV.
AinuiiN, Texas, Sept 25.—Chalks
Catlilf, a young tiain robber, serving a
life sentence in prison here, hus been
iirttilmied by President Cleveland. Cat-
Iilf wit convicted of robbing the
United Stitet mail in February, 1881.
(.(IT  SUSTAINKn.
Cincinnati, Sept. 25.—In the Ives-
Slayner ease, thil morning, Judge
Shreior decided that tho chime of larceny wu not sustained. The indictment chargei larceny and embezzle-
mint.
TEOOI'S ORDHREn to re in readiness,
Austin, Tex., Sept 25.—Bio Grand
.City ii eightly milei from the nearoit
railroad itition and il extremely difficult to reich. Gov. Koifhas ordered
the entire nnger force of Texas to proceed wlthall possible hutetotheicene.
The Mexican! number lento one of
white citizen! of that section and there
is no tolling to what excesses they
will, resort to, especisJIj/ u tbey hive
rlo'rnifiiculty in escaping to Hexioo.
Governor Ron also telegraphed to all,
sheriffs of all counties on the border dr
.contiguous to proceed 'by forced
marches to the troubled dlttrlet - ami'
take armed poises with ' them.' fie
likewise telegraphed the San Antonio
Rifles snd Houston Guirdi to hold
themselves iu retdineu to march at a
moment's notice.
BLOODY FEUD IN TBXAS.
Washington, Sept. 25. — Acting
.Secretary Thompson this morning received the following from the collector
of custom! at Brownsville. Texu, dated 24th intt., regarding tbe tight between Editor Guts, ot the Meoeouo
ond U. S. Revenue Officer Sebree, at
Rio Grande City, in which Garzi wai
killed and Sebree wai only saved, from
lynching by the Mexican! being placed
under arrett: "The lituition at Ri'i
Grande City il precarious, but quiet;
to day, pending the conference of a
committee from the mob with the
sheriff. If no agreement it reached
U.S. troops will probably be needed:
to-night. It ii ' deiired to' have
thorn ready to protect the town.
State troops will reach there tin
Wednesday. Inspector Sebree and
Deputy Marshall Dillard ire itill in
Fort Ringgold." Secretary Thompson
this afternoon transmitted copies or the
telegrams received from the collector
on the subject to the acting secretary
of war, with the request that ho take
such action as maybe deemed nocei-
aary for the protection of life and property at Rio Grande city.
RAILWAY MEETING.
London, Sept 26. -EnglUh shire-,
holden of the Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul R. R. Co. held a meeting,
called lut week. The meeting umni-
mouity reoommended that ihireholders
deposit and register their shares with
English and American ihireholders'
association, in order to enable that
asoociation to influence the election of
directors of th. compiny.
.     VERDICT SUSTAINED. - :, .. - -
Dublin, Sept. 25.—At to-days': lifting cf exchange court the presiding
judge refuied to enterlain an: appeal .
to quash the verdicAof, the coroners
jury in the Mandevuio case. Appeal
wu made nn behalf of the governor of j
Tullimore jail. [**"." "   *■ ,:
The Chin. Floor Trade.
i The Canadian PaoiGo iteamer Dm- j
ube it expected here today.   A: fsll
cargo of flout is ready for ber. 'The
mitter of frei|h» on flour from here' to v
China hu been settled by the Canadian
steamen igreeing to withdniw from
the San Francisco trade and being allowed to take flour from this port at
the ume' kite u tho Pacific mail
charge from San Francitco.   Now, if
Portland caoDOt hold her own in the
China flour trade; she deserves to low -
it.—Orejotiiiitk   . on dsi .
A Canadian Picific repreaentttite
now in San Francitco, sunn up Ihe ,
substance of the new agreement between thit compiny and the Pacific
Mail in this language: " We agree fo.
keep out of their territory if they keep
out of ours. In other wordi we leave
them entirely .lone in Ssn Frsnoisco,
and they are not to interfere with ui in
Portland and other northern port*.
We ire handling a percentage of the .
mill products of California for Chinese
export trade, but will now confine our
attention to the northwestern trade, of
which we irefnotohindl.il much a,
we choose."
Late Canadian News.
Kingston, Sept 18.—There here
been several more desertions from "A"
battery. One of the lut to tkip took
a magic lantern vilued at $110, belonging to the diocese of 'Ontario, along
with him.
Quebec, Sept 18.—Captain May, of
the steamship Otter, report! in adventure with while! on his' lut trip. In
the gulf itreim he nn into . 101.001 of
fifteen near Manicougin. One 'monster ran against the .hip, bringing her
up .11 itanding and upsetting people on
the decks.
Tho lateness of the seaton it having
its effeot on immigration returns. The
Sai-inatian on Saturday brought only
S52 immigrant! ind the Aityriin 73.
Toronto, Sept. 20.—It hat keen
ascertained that Harnett, of Central
Hank notoriety, was arretted in London li vo days before tho warrmt wu
ifsucd in Toronto. Be had been arraigned and remanded on a charge of
obtaining £46 by false representation.
Tho promised Salvation wedding of
Capt. Mitchell and Miss Madden, which
drew a large crowd who assembled to
witness it, did uot come off it the --<
femple last night owing to the objection of the bride's father tn her going
to India. Commissioner Coombs explained that Mist Madden lacked two
mouths of being of age, but when' the
time expired the wedding would certainly take place. '' .-
Ottawa, Sopt. 20.—Mr. Ogil.ie,
who wintered in British Columbia,
near the Aluskan cout laat leison, hu
made n report to the department of the
interior regarding the definite boundary
between Canada and the United State!
at that point, Until Mr. Dewdney
arrive!, however, nothing can be dono
in the matter. ,
Montreal, Sept 20.—Sir Donald
Smith hu offered to purchue thi N.1-
1011 property, on Univonity, itreot, a.
a now lite fortho Royal Victoria hot-
pitll.
Pilot! report the iteirnships Cirths-
ginian snd Frodonii ashore, the former
at Vorenno and tho lattorat Veroheres.
They are on a 10ft bottom, and no
damage is anticipated. ,,
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCattoria ^ gailji gritiflh Colninbian
T.ad.r EverJati. Sep!. »». IMS.
Few people ontside the "great republic,"  it .jl  safe to; lay,   havo
thoroughly mastered in  detail the
fearful and wonderful Itwdmoperandi
by which our neighbors elect  their
president every four years.   No one
who has wrestled with the ingenious
contrivance will be surprised to learn
that even   the   "natives" are not
familiar with the operations of the
president-making "masheen."   The
New York Herald has had to  publish, for the benefit of its numerous
readers, information respecting this
absurd system,   Tho voters on tho
6th of November next will in each
state vote for electors,who will meet
on the second Monday in January,
forming what is known as the electoral college, and choose the president and vice-president.   The number of electors chosen in. each state
is the total of that state's   senators
und  representatives   in    congross.
Thus in New York  there   will  be
thirty-six  electors.     Each    party
nominates a full list of thirty-six to
bo voted for.   Tho ticket which receives 'the   most votes   is elected,
and evory member of the  ticket   is
morally bound to vote in   the   electoral college for the party can idatcs
of that ticket.    They  are   not  required by any law to vote that way,
as each one could cast his vote  for
whomsoever he pleased, but they are
all'pledged before being chosen. The
meeting of the electoral college has,
therefore, come to be  looked upon
as    an    uninteresting    necessity.
Whenever it  is known how each
state has gone the result is   known
without waiting for the useless procedure of the college.   It is important to note that the people do  not
vote directly for  their  chief   magistrate.
The council did a sensible thing
last night, as will be   seen   by   the
report of  the  oouncil  proceedings
published elsewhere.   All is said to
be well that ends well, and, although
perhaps longer timo has  been   consumed than was necessary in making
Up their minds, yet we must congratulate the doughty aldermen on
having "got there" in time to  save
their  reputation  as common-sense
and business men.    We had perfect confidence in the ultimate good
intention! and Koiind^ if slow acting,
sense of our city fathers, and spared
their self respect by refraining from
anything  save gentle  bints-as to
their obvious duty with . regard  to
matters of routine and detail plainly
within their awn  province.    Our
confidence in the council  and  our
policy in the matter have been amply justified by the  result of last
night's deliberations on the  debentures subject in the. counoil  chambers,   It will be seen that the resolution passed last night is practically
the same as the ono which was  before ,*.he council on  the  previous
regular   meeting  night,   but upon
which no action was then taken, the
council, it would  appear,  having
preferred taking a   week   to  think
about it.   Well. we. are sure no one
will now quarrel with them about a
little cautious slownesi,. since they
have come to the  same  conolusion
that others having equally  the  interests and business feme of the city
at heart, might have reached  by  a
more rapid' process  of reasoning.
With  praiseworthy   conscientiousness, and a determination to do their
duty by the city right, up to  the
handle, the astute  aldermen   have
tacked on to their'resolution clauses
5 and 6 of the  .'("pjifldrY, :-byJj,w."
Tbey would doubtless have had tho
advantage of theso clauses  in  any
event, but,   considering  that  the
clauses mentioned do not appear in
the "forty by-law" (although, ns we
stated in a previous article on   this
subject, they may fairly be presumed
to apply to that by-law also),   it  is
just as well that the  council, have
been speoific and plain spoken  on
this point,   It rounds off the resolution very well and gives an   air  of
solidity Md safety to  the' whole.
The debentures will now, no doubt,
be issued without delay, and everything ' will ; proceed  in* accordance
with by-laws, agreements, etc.   The
railway company give every indication of carrying ont their part of the
bargain satisfactorily, and they and .
the world shall see that  the  royal
eity and her trusty guardians know
what's what, and have no intention
of going hack on their lofty   record
for  square  and  business dealing,
though the heathen  rage  and  the
Newt imagine vain things.
We are pleased to observe that
somebody has had compassion on
our friend the News and has darted
a ray of light through the intense
darkness that surrounded it on the
Westmimter Southern Bailway
question. Our cotemporary acknowledges this morning: "We
have received a communication from
a gentleman connected officially
with the Weitmimter Southern
.Railway Oompany in which he
itates that the company had never
intended to be understood ai demanding that the debentures .should
be handed over to it, but only desired that everything should be so
arranged that iwhen,0» •'K1<i camc
that it wm in a position to claim
them, no delay ihould ooour in their
iwiiance. Thii being so," adds our
rtry, "the action of the oity
council last night carries out  com
pletely the wishes of the company,
while at the same time it   confirms
the opinion which we  have always
expressed, that the council 'would he
.very careful to lolly protect* the interests of tho city,"   We   ajn .glad
that the News is latisfied,   but   we
can hardly convince ourselves  that
our  cotemporary   would   not have
been equally, if not better pleased
had affairs generally had a less  satisfactory consummation.   It is just
possible that our cotemporary is now
making a virtue  of  necessity.   If
sincere, however, our friend   might
have  saved   himself    considerable
blundering, and much   consequent
humiliation, if  he  had  taken for
granted in the first  place   that  he
didn't   know  a  great  deal about
Westminster railway matters,   and
had aocepted long ago the same  information ih The Columbian which
he acknowledges this morning having received from   another  source,
and which appears to  furnish   him
such solid ground for assurance that
all is now Justus it should   be.   In
our  issue  of  September 10th  we
stated:   "It would appear that the
practical object of the proposals laid
before tbe council on Thursday last
was to have such action   taken   by
the  council   as  would   make   the
bonuses available, when required,  it
is true tho money has been voted by
the ratepayers," wo added,   " but a
good deal requires to be   done   and
considerable time must  necessarily
elapse, in the usual course of  business, before the debentures can   be
placed on the market  and   realized
from."   Here, then, is the same information which the News, at   this
late day, accepts so implicitly from
a necessarily interested party—"a
gentleman connected officially with
the  Westminster  Southern   Railway Oompany"—and  considers  so
conclusive   and  reassuring.     But,
"experienco teaches," and we   trust
our cotemporary will not forget the
lesson.   We suppose that  tho   nn
nonymous "nigger in the fence" who
breaks out all over a column and a
half of this morning's News is satisfied now, too.   He surely   will uot
wish   to   be  behind the News in
grasping  the  situation.    We   are
sorry we can't devote more space to
this nameless correspondent   Come
out and show yourself,   Mr.   "Onve
Cenem."   The watch-dog won't bite
you, even if you do wear the   livery
of your raastor.
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A After much suffering from Liver aud
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oiiTUKSDAVS, THIlllSl'AVS anil SATURDAYS, M7 a. In., returning;on the following unyii. For all fnrtlioi information
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1 FABM CONTAINING en AORES
A Pralrlo Land, 6 miles Irom Port
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Terms easy.-Apply jo McLBAN|
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IjTQTIOS-
WHEREAS MY WIFE, MARGARET
GIBSON, has left my bed and board
without any provocation whatever, tbls Is
to notify all persons not to trust her on
my account, as I will not nay any debt*
which she may contract,    f.v-
.       JAMES GIBSON.
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At MISS JENNINGS',
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bottom; balance lightly timbered. Frame
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Ac, Further particulars on application
ntthisoffice. \ H
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
me.38us. w. j. walker & comp'y
have lots for sain In the city from
iSO upwurdH.
Also, Immediately adjoining the City
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Also, Farming Lnnd In Surrey Municipality, near the international boundary,
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Intending Investors are Invited to call
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The advertisers offer their services as
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strangers and tithers, respecting any proponed Investment In land, whether In
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8 Bank Buildings, City. dw7uutc
any other Companies,
djestc
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Agkkt.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers nnd..
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
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lloyal anil liiuicaslili-o Fire Insurance Companies.
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Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
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ESTABLISHED 1851.
BUTCHER,
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NEW WESmiNSTER.
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Bv Ommn or Court.
.rt,ENDEB8TOR THE'PURCBABB OF
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BMdijr, Ike tub initial.. .;. -: ;
'Tbe highest, or any tender, not peces-,
Barlly accepted.. ;■   .  ,. tir-iTf .-,r,,
r.irtlculan of Ibe property ^fl MjbHI
SJEELPENS
DMEM-PAfilS,i6/<>-
Abektoi T.N.HIBBEII ft CO., Victor!.,.'
davocHyi- ■'•
I HAVE THIS DAY SpLD .MY RIGHT,
title nnd interest !n the New Westminster Brewery to Messrs. Jameson A
-11-aa.lr.l.*.      "Pl,n iL.tite '(tnii tnr 1'ixiiIk itflllVAl
itlllilkUinin w» ,1
at the offlce or i.-j-ADuuiipi-. ».
Columbia Street, New Wesimilisti
Uy order of Court, ■   .    "
dsetfhj „W. H. FALDING.
NOTICE.
1 W/ r.o-.ll
"PARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
Jf Company, whose Premiums are payable at Eastern points, ean have the place
of payment thereof changed to this elty,
free of charge, by applying to the undersigned, i l
. ' m- Bliks taken In tbls Iradlng fann*
dtau t'onrpany at most favorable rates, *
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dJe28to Agest.
minsier jircwtny iu j)>v*.»rr.. .i<uiium>-i «
Wright.  The debts duo for goods deliver
•d- „
ina urn u.iu « ..... ...».,..,. .hey...- —
serving of confidence and will give satis
ed up to tbe 31st of August last are due to
roe. I hope all my old friends will givo
the new firm a fair trial, for they are de*
faction*.
H. KEHOE,
E«   .£:   Sapperton,
Westminster, Sept. 1st, 1888.        ilselml
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HAVING OPENED ON
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WISHES TO INFORM THU PEOPLE
nf Westminster tliut tliey nre prepared to sell
BUILDERS AND
ft,
I hive 2 WIRE MAT*TK^SSp„wli(eli„
will be sold cheap lor . L
CASH!
ap. *PB^"aB^E3*3
COLUMBIA STKEET.
ilnuflto ■      ■     	
Wi'stiifEiigliiml Broadcloths
and l»i»cskins anil Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. HcKenilo St.,
NEW WESTMINSTEB, .B. O.
tlapratc
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FR REMOVING THB TWO BUILD-
lngs on Columbia and Front Streets
owned by the undersigned, from Lot 7,
Block 6, to Lot 1, Block G.
Plans and specifications can be seen at
™xolltee.__Traders toJ>e In by noon^on
TUESDAY, the 2nd October. The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
dseSltd HENRY V. EDMONDS.
ITOTIOB
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ubout one and n-half miles from Its
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thenee North 120 ohalns, thence east 80
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Manufacturers of
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^i !' i
liMCK-YARDSl Yotl Haney.
OFFICES: Corner Columbia mul Mary
Bis.. New Wr,tmln.ter.     dwrniiiote
ajTOTICEL
NOTICE, 10 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00 d^m after date we Intend making
applica Ion to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands it Works for permission to purchase tlie following described lands In
Coast District, Province of British Columbia:
No, 1.—CommotiploR at the N. E. corner
of Lot ,'M, Range 1 (Valdes- Island); thenee
east ten (10) chains, sonth lo shore line of
Hoskyn inlet, thence northwest*rlv along
shore Hue of Hoskyn Inlet and Vlilase
bay to the H. E. porner of I,ol 31, thence
along Its eastern boundary to point of
commencement — i-ontainlmt   nb
.   3STOTaCB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after daie we lulend mak*
Imr n tMiiieiii ton tot lie ChlWComml-"loner
of I.'inds and Works for permlsMon ta,
purchase the following d-'scrlbml lands '
fiitmiteou Valdw Islund, Coast District,
British Columbia!
Com menolugatapointon the cast boundary of Lot 17, Coast District, 20 ctihins '
south of the northeasterly corner of
said lot, thence enst 40 chains, south to
the shore llneof Vlllngo Bay, northeasterly along said shore Hue to the southeast
corner of Lot Si, Const District,.north to,
the shore line of Main Lake, along west )
shore line of said lane northwesterly to
tho first point where onr tlipber lease [,L"
crosses said lake', thence along our timber
lease lines In n generally went direction
to h point 40 chains due north of the northeast corner nf Lot 17, Coast District, thenee
due south 40 chains to the northeast corner of Lot 17, Coast District, thenee soul1*
40 chains, east 40 chaltis, and south'
chains to point of commencement.
Royal City PLAMiNri Mills f"o. <M,-
By, their agent, O !>:. Wooiw.
Now Westminster, B. 0.,
August flth, lp..        :    nu7dsm
-containing   about
fo. 2.—The small Island lying at the
head of Village bay, Valdej* island, containing about ono (1) acre.
New West., B,C, Sept, 10,1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
THB
recently erected by Mr. Duncan, a Gene-
il Stationery and *" «—J- b*«™
elng  thoroughl;
ade, and having
fet regular supplies mrecL ituiu iu«nu«>
Ish and foreign markets, she hopes to re-
eni Ksiaie, nre miu j.im Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
«?-.««.„ w.0,«iH„0,        dje26m3
Renl  Estate, Fire and   Life
Agents, Bank of B.C. Bnl
Post Office, Westminster.
Pro si dent.
... ncan.auene-
Fancy Goods Store.
D-ji.i*. uiuiuHRaaaj e?(perienccd In tbe
trade, and having made arrangements to
llr- ■" —-*■ * *•—■•»--'
11SO UDIl lureiK1* •■■'»■ "*':io, nuc ..V.JJCO „ .„-
celvo the support of tho citizens of New
Westminster and surrounding districts.
' A largo variety of OH RISTMAS CARDS
and OHOIOE FktiCX GOODS and FINE
ART PUBLICATIONS are now on tho
way and will he received In time for the
Christmas trade.
Tbe Goods will be marked at the lowest
prlceB FOR CASH ONLY. dwselml
DR. CHILD'S
Ginisljuns!
RIFLES,   REVOLVERS,
Aiiiiutiii'.ii'iii. Ki'liiinling Tools,
Fishinjs Tackle.
AU, KINDS OK SPOEMNG GOODS.
BEAR, BEAVER AND All OTHER TRAPS,
WoodipTuurftthmUB
LAND SURVEYORS,
Beal Estate, In.ui%ne«, Fuunei&l^nti
AND CONVEtANCERS. ■ '
A.O-Bi»aTTB (OB
FIRK.-The Western ol Toron to.TIio Ml-
na, The City of London, and The Hart-
lord. . ' ,..,. ...
IirE.Wt^Ne*|)K*kLni^{ttet\:Co.
ACCl-W^T-Tho'Trtvtlllrii1. ora|l|rtIoril!
I*.nrl Surveying In alllts branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City .nd Bnbnrban Itandi for 8.1..
We ean show a complete list of detlrabte
localities.
. Vnrmlng L.nds, Improved and unlm-
prove.i, throughout the diitrict.
Alining and other Stock bouaht and
sold.       ."   \7   |    14   T '   \
Money,to Loan oa tirsf mortgage at,
low ratet.'-    --' 2   ■*     *- ^--^
TKLF.raosKCAitNo.sl.
P.O. DbawkrW.
W00D8, IBRNEB A 0AHBLK,
Oiroi, tiuii'i Iuoi,  -  OwimMlnin
NEW WESTMINSTER.   B
dmhllto I*"-
By their Agent
dsellin'2
na, „	
Cham,bj9 E. Woods.
\orth British and
- Mercantile
■FIRE
Annual Gathering!
I—OF THK ';
Galedonian & St. Andrew's,
soci-B"j?rjr-..    .-• vrj
wai. TAKK 1-I.AOT: at tm:
ACRICULTUMHALLCRQUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTEK, :
Tlmrsilnj, October 4tli, 1S88 '
The prlto list for' tho Games and -.ports '
Is very large.   , ^  ■ ■     < ■ ■ a.
There will be a GRAND TOLL In Tlie
OOMPANY.
»,800,ijW
629,000
1,188,118
1,819,344
HoUprings.B.C,
HEALTH AND FLEA8UEK RKS0KT.
STEAM, SAIL 4 ROW BOATS ON HAND
RwlmmlM, Vapor aad Private B.thi,
With experienced Attendants,
LADIES   DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
1 crm.i 91.B0 to 93.00 per day.
Only 5 miles from Agassis Station, O. P.
R. Reduced B. It. and Steamboat rates.
Excursion rates good for 90 days from
Westminster to Agassi! ^Station and return, 85. Hattirdny excursion rate, good
until following Monday, Ix.GO. Comfortable Stages meet all trains. Ticket, en
b. obtained at R.H.oftlc-.      dapBtotaw
An Infallible Remedy
"I had Piles very rind. Treatment by
various doctors and nt Med cul Institute
did me nn good. Dr. Child's PlleOlnt.
ment oured me." J.KtVN.
"I hnd Piles Bfteen years. AWpotof
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment hai about cured
me ii J. Ilol.i.KY.
(Mr. R, now reports that ho Is completely oured},
"I had Piles over ten years. Suffered
terribly. Nothing did mo any material
good unlll I tried Dr. Ch Id's P oOlnl-
mont, whioh gave Immediate relief, nnd
I now contlder myiell cured."
THOS. EcKKBStEV,
Loco. Engineer.
"I hid Piles nbout thirty years. Wai
often laid up with Jhem. Wai under
treatment three months In hospital at St.
Paul, bnt nothing did me ranoh good till
I gotDr. Child's I'l o Ointment, wlileh re-
A SPECIALTY.
A line line of Cutlery, Pipes, Bnr Goods,
Fancy Goods, &o.
SVTIio Inmcst nssorlmoiit of Single
nlid Dnul.le, IJi-cccli unit MUKIlQ-lORdlng
SHOT-GUNS In the province,- from"85-up
Ul»l00.   W.W. Greener Guni.
8. II. WKII1I,
AUCTIOKKKlt & Al'I'IIAISKII.
- New Wcstlntiislor, B, O,       ilWHC10m8
8»taertl»*4
Paid ap,
Fire Fund & Seierrei, as
-atSM-DMr,1887,
Revenue Fire Branch,
"E3f*Rates as Low as any pther
/tediableCorojany doing.busi-
ness in British Columbia.
J. 8.JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City anil
District. dje22to
evening. .,-,-...;■•■
I/»k out for rosters.
dwuuSOtd
PETER aRANT, '
. .    -, sporetury.
THE ANNUAL
ilevod me* instantly;
 hor men."
IIIH.J410I11,   TTIIIUIl   (u-
nn1Uu „,v   „, One pot cured me
and two othor men." j
'    J. H. Croikshanks,
  Painter,
SENT PREPARED ON RKCKIPT OF
TWO   DOLLAR8
, .BY—-
CLARKE   &  CO..
' WMIEIM* • RETAIL ORUCCttTS,
Kamloops, British Columbia.
dmMOml
MA. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE
FaOTiiiuOois!
WORSTED & TWEED SUITINGS
Ovcrcoatlng,TroiiiiicrlnB and
Fancy Vesting.
tr We keep a large nnd select stock of
everything that Is found In any flrst-cl.il
Tailoring Establishment.
Opposite Colonial Hotil
ComiiibuSt.,  .  N«w WmM"**".
dwmb!tto
-SC oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND—•
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and lease Pro.
peny,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOR—
London Aimrence Corporation.
Connecticut lire Inmranee Co. of
Hertford. ,
London ant UncMfclre LlfeAunr.
ante Co.
Canton Inuranee once, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria j
dwtellyl
-^1—r^_—-—- •... ^4^
.l^O-i-Cp-E! i)
HENRY VTDMONDS
,N,0*Tj5vRy PUBLIQ,  j
CONVEYANCER. REAL ESTATE
—AKll—
INSURANCE AGENT
>o>\    ■   ■     ii11-; i  •' •"»-•  ■"   -  "?
HAS! Rt*WlQVEIJf I
—TO HIS—
IWAlfflBSSl^FRMSE'S
AgriC
•AlLr. BK itfeLD At "
Agriculturnl Hall,- Bencon j.
Hill, Victoria, ».€.,
I  .   ItM'RAn-HS^lsIlMA
"' Orleber 4lh, Ilk U4Miu
Thiiwdny will ho devoted to Judging o(
iinlt-UiHundiinlmtilsonej-hlbHIon. I tJItlfl
The dooi'H will be open ut 0 o'cloolt A,ik» .
on Frlilrty nml Hftturdiiy.
rTIdlKBTSOP ADMlsHlON-FKtyCente   '
tor Adult*; Sieentn/orChlldri-n,   I'J   lfl
liiii'iidlmt enhlhltors are requested to
notify the Hecr-tury.
THUJAS UUSSEIili,   '   '■'*
dwsemd BecreUry,
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
tli) do j-h nfier -into, we Intend maklnr ;
niipi'cttih'n totho Uunournbl* the Mini**-
i.M'i-.' the Inferior of Canada for n lease,
I .'-ir iiniiifili'ti nnrposeg, on the following |
rdfBorn)6i| trnoiH of lnnd BltuBted In the
"■•*',lrict of >'ew Westmlnsler, Province of
thh C-t'umlila.vl'ci—CQmmenoln"*** *■
[il4)*-t mnrked
OOLUMBIA STREBTi
^6W.WESTMINSTER,   •  B.C.
Opt^ PMtotnie*nd riextdotilf tloithe
Sank ot British Colum,Wi>
PROPERTY ?mM\ri
IK AU, PABT8 OK TUB
City mrttl blWtrlot-«f Hew
Wostrrtinater, .  :l!;|
' ,-AND-r.
CltY w VANCOUVER
AkMNT FOB
The Canada Lire Ininrence Co.,
The National life Aimrance Co..
-tielervlchVNlon Fire Iniuraneo
i.- Soelelr. |j    i
WIS..! UMIed M  ■*•!• «•!.•« "•
Bnm.mi.Ui Biim.
UTABU8HID, A.D.
dnUjrl
NOTION
n
Hritialic.i'unibla.vlzi—Cquihielic
.Js-t marked ,T.'O.'-H.'and'I,
tig at a
ci..
,^. . .....,nr ,. ...  »,o..1S0- '
eniilns, iiiintit northwest from.the outlet -
i iiM.illiirit:! Lake or adjoining the Brunatto,. ,,
(Sawnttll'fitinpiioy's applteatlopi tli,n.qe
nest £10 rhsins;'more"w MssjIbTiSoit
jranrkeil ,T. (). B. nn-U. MOW B.W.iihepo.,,,
ilo'Hi M rlinins fo a post marked I. O.tL
nnil .1. Mel,., M. E.; thence west 240 ehauls,.
mure or less, In 11 post marked J.G. H,
add I. Mel.., N. Wi!   thehceToulh ltf
anil   ,1,   WCU.,  aa,   ..•,.   ...wiiyo   ".um.   .w.,
chains, wre or less, to a post marked J,,
ia  ft. and J. MoL., S. E.i UKhM'tMaa ..
aihalim.moreor less, to a_post maTkljl*, ,.'
u. it. ind .1. Mel,., 8. E.; thenoe tonth W
ehalni, more or less, to a pnat marked Ja
O. B.ind J. MoIi.,-8. W,rMi«M.-e«rt«}-'.
chains, more or less, tn^a post marked^
bnalns, more or lets, to''«^st'iwsWeifT*
O.R. and J. Mel., S. W.i llienol east 400
ohalns, moro or less, to n post marked J.
G.ll.and J. Mel.., H.nl.; thence north*,
chnlns, moro or-list, to a post mirltiat,*.
O. a and J, Mol*, N. W.i thino* wstaJJ . ;
chains, moro or less, to a post marked;*.
O.K. end J.MoIi., 8. E.; i hence north If*
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
it.
Co.'s Application; thenee aloo
plication to the place of Mmn.Hv
Aluofieetloii!^ the weflt half of t
■ft.nn.i lb* c.ii.1 heir of H.-ctlonsn.airm
Towmhlp Twolve (12), -District oftWT
Westminster, Province of British Columbia.
JAMF-S O. HOS8,   iio'U
JAMES MoLAREN.   .
**^*W6h-»*-.:
New West., B.C., 28th Au|„lW. daujlni ' Thitol»rftrofea1«.ii,v,.lilehmon.v peoplo
know ;no(Hnrf if. .'*I" 'is ttitj of.tho man
who isorlela the human ilg'-irn, but not In
•;laj,-,s: Il« iriiMlels,In niuLli. ./.;  :-.!
Mi expert, in This iiB ran iTomiuitl a
largo salary, and te iilivnys sure of employment In tho liir.-;o tolloi'lng houses.
A reporter visited n fnslilanaUo uii-toa™
tailor to have a talk with ono of those
artista.
Ho wis Introduced to n dapper littlo
Frenchman of about. 45 yonrs..-.- ,&,-"
" You hi,ve had a liirgo experience
In your profession, I suppose?" naked
the reporter,
" I nave given It mv constant study for
"■'■ ' sis,™ia-,tjb. rapto ItKa-j
,ll-I hwe la lliocinnnvori;
^-.Jt.pf tiijljiiirous,"    j, ft!
tthtaT ,n ajromt ,.<isseiUo», to
-  !:"*"   '■■' "    ' ' ■    ::'
ill ttitttriu ftnil BocojplW
imiro'iobvory'diijr. Tint .*n'iei1e..i:in"nW
of all peoplo the least mUsllml with
what nature has Riven yon. You tiro
always trying to go ono Letter tlinit
nature, and Instead ,of ,tryliitf-tiin.lura!
menus In tlio troy- o* i.'tki'c, plenty ot' alii
.".ml musciilar esoroise, you siilistftnto iho
pud nml eorsot."
" Will you toll m-i tho latest idea, of a
:;ootl flguro from a dude's Rliiiiilpolnt?"
" That dopomia n yreut deal upon wlmt
Iho dudo wants."
" If ho wants a Ilnnlv-dovelnpotl pair
nf silvoa, I .ran iBnn-.lv Mm. If Iiu Ino!; -'
-h of Aieel
bri
inept-, 4,i-in futiiieii iiim.wii
,e a ehoit. as ;,.,!i*J»ulil wiehktl
S'Shouiii-Ui. ii....,,.;iilHoJ! bo iti'ihe
shoulders, I oan proline.! u pull- that Atlus
himself would envy. The process of pro.
duelng these Is a'crysiiupl'.'.       .
"Butflnt I must inrofm you that I
have nothing- p A\o -wltli itniloi-ijgf I
simply mak. oloth eontS or! pad* which
answer the mrfaTpH firm to tho tailor* Si
lasts to Are ihoeiriukc-i,
.',!,To do Ihl6.it la nlisoliitaly noeossary1
to,'Jik|.| on icc'.ilrato iiil'tv-ot'tlio iri'dpo*-
tUans of tlio I'ln-tonipi'.. pUlcniyasfU.lt
would load to u H'ty liMiUlpgi t'pn-
ftislon. ;
"Oneo I had. it; ciietpi'ifiiiMvlio'wanted
to possess a shnpoly t-'iii"nf lefts. The
origlnijl ones ii^ro mil]..;ii:i..il.y' ijill fp.i'.(ill..
pm ' '
mof
nyioni ones ivero tnil!.<-!i:!'.n.y win HH.PU
rajiieal purposois, liuKtie wtintej tlieiii':
idtVtilll.   1 We Una' pill's Kir ll.ip"
ilfiSI
. leiii;
They aver
^i',:iu,td v»lit.ti
ii'lhlntlit) iKiiheviV
■ :.-.i.'iitliHimii iiulka'd
-ii-'iio^ with Ji.uely-
I'i.-ly nut. of pro-
* iir Ills l,ody."
thighs,   calves at
maiioof flne..clutiiiiil.
hnis'hed linty were s,'.--,
"Tlio result wan.ll)
on Fifth avenue no.':'.
shaped leys, ;l,iit en
portion with other pa;
"Bo many Penplb'vvcnr pails of this
description?"
" Quite a inige puml or. Most gentlemen .prefer to .vfiifyr fiiidileil' under gar-
mente; .by lhi9Mhio;iii!.i they avoid tlie
bulky appearance wlmdi padded clothes
gives thorn. Tho rliniinrjst outfit couts
S.15."—[N. Y. Mall and Express.
,■■"•'',. x iti.   V ". ,'F ''"■   ""'
TUmine. Among III. Hfenu.      *•-]
"It Islutetestlng to gee them pair,"
•aid Mi, Gaskill.
"Eh," .!■
" Yes. Tho rooster who has on ara-
bltles.-to enter tho wedded state Hies
down beside » coy little hen, and ooos.
If sh* 4* heart whole :-.:;tl fancy free she
pays attention to hl.a v.'oolngs.    . .—.'--
"It sho is already u:.f.iia.\-.sof n, nost
and does not caro f,,r r.Udiitlohs from the
opposite sox, sho goes on with 'her feeding, paying no heel to tho soft plgoon
English of the proposing gallant,",
. "And if aha Is bIiii;1o, what then?" ■'•'.'
"If the hen turns a willing ear to the
rooster he coos gently, ns if inviting her
to ho his bride,-■fflirr-i.1i'!>) ho rises in' tht
nir end. lua ".swofr liollowetl-'liy' the
hon. ,      ...  ..      - .    ...   a
"The rooster will' tiin-ryrhor" *>*"tile'
plgeon-houso that ho makes hlejionie,,
thritTisyprovided tliblicii hus nover'"Iiaa'
a nost.and roared young. Wherever .
Pigeon' nttta that Is vita permiiuoU
home, Md it cstfnot lie orHioed .Way.    ;
"You seo that pigeon on tho roof with
hor feathers all milled up. ' Sho Is a
disconsolate  widow.    She
nest In my house, anil a Ti
tho*h«r45SMidi._
rooster uid' hO refused to
abode with her.
" So, liter several days of Ineffectual
per.uw.an, they decided to ploy quits.
"Therefore she Is hero nml her'beau ll
gone."—(Atlanta Coiwtitiition.
...
-  B> Give H.r ui. Hand.     ...
The trola14th ellpplnr/iTrong 'tflvrard-
Klralra at forty, mrlea an. liohn wlio'n a
passenger csmo into the smoker nnd
i'iilUiiLouti--„ - - ■■• -	
cartaeWliq;*wM* e%«s npiswit ft >.ni
synjJiatBos, »8h**.a,,|.ia(ir'\fidow,'-niid
just'os Bho got .on. thu U-ala soiuii -lorlo
picked her pocket of $811, She liusu't.ouo
red cent to net tinrho. and will' bo among
strangers when **lio gets to Elmira.
Como.now,.let!e.clilp/ln.", -, , .,.,n-.
EvM'ihan.lti.tlio ,ctir chcorftjlly Contributed W'tle fuiid-hiC-ery' roup but Wo,
HoWasoyoaini
poorly drosn
fnjnn aCo'ttl 'SIS' ycutrft"<flil[
• firld"!dvlil'dntly wlt'hdut
much monevjILri,•oct-; .4i»i«ipl*llwlt.--.
"Gents, rm assom-asjuiybouy cnnrt
bo, but I'm povmilul ellott on mbhcV. I'll ■
, tell you what I'll do. Il sho ten-two*
40, and hasn't gtit n game log, or. a
still neck,, or n~vui\ breath, Til,worry
her as joen *°j:o. .roicli Eliitlra,'.,and
tako her right out to my farm."
"Well, como tu aud boo Ijaaj .tnd
talk the matter over."- - ?j. Jk
j Tho young man wont bttek to tho car
wlih him, and ho was favorably lin-
prcsBd at first sight.   I le lint down ninj
atotf -U«|tiatloti^ata " — "
iindWotfidKiVwUlj:1'-.  .
" rvoSblJloSfi|g||*r a.wlfb for« yeVi
pastvanB Haven*tr*nullil Snj'boily 'except^
a cross-eyed gal and n rheumatic widow,
If you  ore agreed we'll  bo miirriod
.to-day,"' ,  .  ,
Tho woman said It was pretty 'sudden,
but tho, guessed it was tho be>t sin)
could do.   A purso of WO wns luiudoil
, her, nnd'as tho pair got off at Elmira,
hand in hand, tho man said to a hack-
sman: .
' " Haw.': yet I *}rlvo;it|ieso twh .'fond
hearts to tnenlghest proacher, and drivo
as if there ww a tornado coming up bo
"lnd?^'a
If*,   i :'■ .vf■   '■   ■
Uret Without Bacon.
A four-year old boy, wliilo making a
morning call at the house of a neighbor,
overheard th» »««lnV girl'tollingo»
phatlcally to tho cut lu hor endeavor to
get It out of the klta*h£i<. *' a Sj f,   % "Jfl
Among other things tho girl said to the
"?? ISflW.'U^' W« ■ doh!t got. out ot
this I'll shake the liver out of you 1"
This remark struck the IlsUmliig young,
ster favorably, and ho treasured tt up for
futureijbjji'ij 8 xiexneliinot)
Next morning ho chanced to be it this
same neighbor's,.-nod tho sinullor nioin-
bors of the household announced to him
that thoiMeregoirlg:to have llvof for
breakfisKli *■'" % 'i   -,■•>.   *",
Tho*y<ranfts!eT puT two'ond'lwo'together at onew nnd reached his own
conclusions; thai, to ooiillriu thcrji; ho
turnod to the girl and as,ked niisluusly:
"Did you shakq ll o»t<i! Hii>cit;"-frlt.
Albans Messenger.
'   WhM Bm Ittrli ,Hoiio I. Montana.
mmre...tt|ilMU -v,1th-- (Avimty.flvo cents,
nnd ijaa^htrhM on inioiueoi j3,oou u
Scrpfulj
^irona-o^ii^tit^
•ftflei lu^nkihd.'" If i|j; often "Siherjtpd,
i w&ch
6ut may hi! the renult of imjiroper v&bcl*
•iia^on, l^r^rial ij^utf, isyfjieanliijiws,
BhsSMn-iifisH'!; dliwhiliWesi
nnd vaHm
Ulcer.4. Ahspeaspa, OnnceroiiM Hamors,
and, in Home cafibs, ICiiiiU'iation and Con*
Bumi»tioii, result from uscrofulous condition of the blood. This disease oan he
cured by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.'
,,. I inherited ascrof uloiis condition of the
•'Dlood, wRloh caused a deraugemeutof my
whole system, After taking less than
four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla I am
Entirely Cured
i-ftrr tbe pant yeV, have not fi
»ry to use anymcdleinewr
w in betterwal(0 ajHti
er beforflj-isJO^
it Bt,, Bost
1 'Was troublei
for live yearH; bnt, after nsinL	
liuttles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, tho sore*
healed, !ind I lmve now good hoalth.—
Eli7uhft.li AVarnock, M Apploton street^
UfWqil.MaRS*-- -^  . }    r l
Sortio montBH d^a I Was troubled wit!
3crofulou« Soros on my leg, Tim limt
r/us badly swollen and inflamod, and thf
"rii'os.lr,('Ji[ir*nll*irHO(pmntlticsofoffen'
"ivo nmft'OL'i .lilvery remedy failed until
[ URnil Ayer's Savsapavlllii. By titlthij
Hirer bottles of this medicine tho sores
havo been healed, and my health Is ro
'tpred. ■■ I am -Jjateful fur thft'good it hot
ilofle mi. — Dilr^.. Ann O'BriaP, IH Snlli
Piaanswdliy fir. .7.0. Ayer & Co., Lowell.MM.
9old by all DrusjIM.. l'riim,!: sh bottles, li
lain st.,*uw Ybrlt
rsaparllla.
WANfir
DULY-CERTIFICATED ENGINEER
Mr the str. VFolry ftiieeh."i Apply on
TURto, BEETON & CO.
MERCHAjyiTS,
4,nAR»i'gtB^T • TliTt'oiFltA.
. . JJ-OBXaTTS   iron    '.
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. Ibr Mainland.
H. C. BEETON «l CO.,
M Pinirmry Circut,
'■:    London, K.C.
■        OJkX.X.  JkV '"■'■
OLD STAND,
Opp- Ibe 0, P. "Mjfc's WMrf,
,.  For.a Qlnenl Assortment o/ .:
Dry Goods,
OLOTHiisra,
Millinery^
uj     'UiHei'^CIririlwp-j ApVarel,
'.roeeiies, Crockery, Coril-
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Butter Kegei, Barrels, c>.::
i|s^l^%.:|\se<|i'^Ca, ■■■J
FARM PRODUCE
BOUOHT OB SOLD ON COMMIHBON'.
.CHINA ^JiAPAiy
W&fjt&ere
E»brolaercaM»6ooil»>''
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J [^.W^itu^aWet^
.   :-., ,.-.—rAlaBOa*J'. I ,.:-■'!.. I I
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tHH, we rMitiln very fespectf nlly yours,
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H
W. H. HOLDEN,     ■ ■.
AVING  TAKEN   POSSESSION OF
 ^ the "Temperance Hoime,"fronting
on Colnmbla nnd Church Streets, opposite
the Eplflcnpftl Chnrch, and now anown
as the
MmftS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rate.:      ..   ..•-,--,•".■
Board per day.' ■....„... ,i,; *I 00
i"    .'» freik .:. i S'oo
SlnsleMcais..., ,_,..._    115
Beds ;,.;; ;..,..    45
ns.Good accommodation for Ladies and
families.       -■ - myStc
Flowers for sale
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Lease of Trenant Soliool
S^e'lf-S ffa^^ra^lJilifcSg:
mlssloner of LandllSd Work! sp to noon
of SATURliAYiaWrt Inslaot, IMtn parties
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lit,. The pnrpoM for whleli .th., land Is
intended to be used, the nature of the lin-
provim.nt. proposed tobo effected, and
2nd, The term of yein for 'which the
lessjl.dlilffiT.     V\.-";a ;-;."<•
Srd. The Bilnnal rental proposed lo be,
VM
P
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tht MolTonrable tffiflf Comfiliss
the tenancy resume possession of the. _.
edltaments upon giving tha lessee two
"■ " dafter     * '■   "
Lands and Works may at any time during
'      * the her-
,        „     _      . -.ssee two
months' notice, and after paying him the
appraised  valflo of IM* ■ Ttopibvenieiits
The Honourable Chief Commissioner of
Lands nud Works reserves the right lo
reject any or nil proposals which he may
<r,m w.aooite,  ■"'
.--'in iiii.     ._. SorvaajtearQeneml.
Lands and Works Department, , .7
V1otorl.,llthSept,roflsr,|tm
s,14hl       l'"Sr«3
1888.
Harper's   Magazine.
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progressive thought and movement In
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Indies; new novels by William Blank and
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stories by Miss Wnolson and other popu-,
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I al artistloand literary Interest. The Kri-
Itorlal IH'parliiieiils nre conducted by
George William Curtis, William Dean
Howells, and Charles Dudley Warner.
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C0VERNMEN1ST
VICTOR OJJ-.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of tho Best Makers in the World.
THE WbfcLtMffiNQwTJED OBOArtS
and 1'IANOS of S.snn A Ha.mil.
lmve arrived.. The gnat 8TEOK PIANO,
with patent suiUlDingpedal. The matchless DECKER tf-TOSS' PIANOS. The
^!!k'ia!S!"1^D0WSlOS PIANOB and
OBOArj*. Have alio In stiihlt HONISOH
ond CHRISTIE PIANOS. Plnnos and
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos for rent and rent applied If purchased.
Callat ■   ..
J",-JS'" Pe*««i' Music Store :
dwjeato Victoiiia,B,C.
--ANY MAN--
f**?0!.'" !feti,'.S?,'T.si. D«Wllt.t.d,
ho-In his Foll».and Ignora.ee has
rltUdaway his Vigor n7B«ly, Hln.
idM*J.I>ood,caaiiln«eib»iistln|dralni
ftpott the Ppnnl.lu. of Utt, H..«.
JJ-b.. BMlMtoi | Dreadful Dreami,
W..kseisof Memory, Bashfalncs. In
*V:*i"?taBj,**,aa*"*« .UPOU  ttlO Ml  Uid
all the Effects leading to Early Decay,
"   " rlnOhdln
eni and  lnvlaoratei the Brain, and
nerve., build, up the muscular system
and arouse. Into action tlie whole physl-
cal euennr of the human frame. With
onr Specific No. 29 the most obstinate
ease can lie cured In three months, and
recent nucs In less than 30 days.  Each'
Faokfltro contains two weeks treatment,
rice fa Omos guaranteed. Our Speclflo
No. 21 Is an Infallible Cur. for all Private Dl.e..e>, no matter of hot. long
■tanning. Sold ttnddronrwritlenOu.r*
»nt.» to effect a fnre. Price S5. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
L*aa-sfSs*ar*f*-assT*Ms*MS^
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINISTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Long Experience In th. 1ai.sln.Hs,
  dlMJlyllm '
Dominiorr Lands.
J*' YOU ARE PAYINO FOIt YOUB
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rasing Land, or baying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government, '
DO NOT PAY CASH
But. pay In _
large discount.
and save a
quantities from
ALIOWAY A CHAMPION
W1NNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK FROM
TUX BAXK OF BKITISH C0.VHBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTEa
dwmhete
Td San Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
Southern Pacifio Dompany'f
x.xxtxtm.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
((nicker in Time than any oilier
Route between
Kew Westminster and Su
Oram) Scenic Bonte of Ihe Fnclflc
Const.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING (JAKS
For Accommodation of Seeond-Clnss Pns-
sengers, attnehed to Kxprcss Trulns.
Fare from Portland lo Sacramento nnd
San Francisco:  Unlimited, $,t, First
Class (Limited), $,0| Second Class (Limited), $15.
R.KOEHLER, Manaser.
E. P. R0QER8,
Asst, Oeu. Freight 4 Pass. Agent.
  dleato .    ,
W.R. AUSTIN, i
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
j-TRW WESTMIXSTKB, B. 0.
Hay and Feed
;.   XtkJk.XtXSZXll'.
WOOd'a QOAl
(THE BEST QUALITYK
Dry GwdSf Boots & Shoes,
Provisions tit Groceries.
FARMERS'' "HARD^RE,
■   Hope. tttTtCm.   "
. MTAi wo ute no whisky or toliaeco we
can, by temperate habits and careful eon
nomy, serve tlie publio nt especially low
rates.!. ■ ' ' dwJnlEtc
Tlmt dread terror, a disease so-long
bnfllng science aud the most sKlllcd
pliyulchum.-who- knew of nothing to
nrrcst, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now It Is no lon«er an Incurable malady oven when given up by
physli,Inns, liealtb can yw be found lu
OURKRME.DY; Unheals and soothes
fnohiembrancof the Lungs, inflamed
nnd poisoned by the nivu'-cs of tbls
foil diaeaso, and prevents ihe night
sweats and tightness across thecbem
Which accompany It,   Price S-S.
OURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
ties, anil that they can be baa from no
ivge. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BV
3, Com-spmideuce sirlctTy eon'
OUR KLKGAXT PREPARATIONS.
Remember we mauufaature and are the
sole proprietors of the following -medal-
tics, ami thF* "■  ■- ' ■' •   	
other Bouvce,
tldenTIal. *Consultiitioh upon all ofironlc
dlsenne Invlh-d. NO CHARGE except for
medlclites. All goods sent sbenre from
obnnivnllnn. Tol-pnto Medicine Co., Toronto,! ml.
HAIR  COLORING.
Our mngnlQcont prenanttionH art* wm--
rnntert perfectly harmles**. We prppnra
tho following colors-tbe finer sbmb'«
arise from the hair itself: Hbieh, Dark
Brown, Medium Hroan, ChVslmit, Light
Chfsimtt, Gold Rbitnlc. Ash (>r Hlomle
Cendree. Send sample ot hair when ordering. Price, E per bottle, Toronto Medicine Co,! Toronto, Ont,
TOILET REQUISITES.
Tn -ordering please -tpnolfy Wlileh von
reiiiitre* «o guftrantee ilicin to give entire
satisfaction. No. s Imparts to the skin
Ihecolor and freshness nf'ninldt'nhnml.
harm less nnd cannnt be doteeted, SLA.
No, ft removes wrlnltli'-. ti, No, 10 removed Iilver-Hpnt«,?t.**S.' Nfi. irre'mnves
Klrsb Worms, Sl.'JS Nn... 12 n-nii'V-'s
Kn'i'kips.JLffll. No. 13 r«wntWR.Wtnplps.
11,26, No.fHTr*mhrM TiiiV; fl.m- N<(. is
'romnvts Moles, tt. No. lfl rem over-.l'i>t.-k-
niiiik*, t'l Nn, 17 removiw uiutue j'erspl-
rathtii, 91--!-**. No. 18, an ahfOlUU) unfailing
t-pecltiR for the re ten tlon, development or
restorailoti of the Hair, Jl.fti, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
THE BUST.
No. 19,1k a rmbiiu'd Internal and external treatment which speedily tinvelnps
or restores the female bunt to the proportions of voluptuous nature. ]■ entirely
hermless and certain la resulti, Prtceli
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Out.
-   dwapisyt      ■•
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSUBANCf CflMf/y.
lOLDBnoauiW.iiiclJtPxullAM,,
LONDON.-
INSTITT^D 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Bulldtngi, Goodi, Wiret, Mcretin-
dlte, Hinnfictnrlng and Farming Stock.
Ship. In Pert, Harbor or Dock, ud thi
Ctrgoet of inch Vessel! s lllo, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable riven and canals, and
Goods on board auch Vetscls, throughout
Greit Britain ind Ireland ud in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAHACK BT F.RK.
Subscribed Ind Inveited Capital,
£1,000,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every tnforma
tioi; ruin ho obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Ajjcnt fo; Now Weitiniust,-;r.
1Mb
MACHINEEY
HAVIXO LATKLY INCUKASKD 111711
coiinretbin in Ihe En.st >nul els'",
where very opQRldcmbly; we nre inn .position lo give prices en any class ut Machinery that twy bore-i'iircd, inchldltifct
Marine and Stntlnnnry En-ilne*! nd Hnll-
ers, Pinners, MUtchow and *.10iild-fi*j
Kii--2.1'lancrs. Woud LiUlini. Hand
Saw*, Blind Miichliicry, flmuv   .
Tifttlll. Sh-fpln-' M-Hi I ii ps,
Hhliigte MuHiim-s, Lntb
Aluohiui's ti, llollL'i.«,
Two, Tliroo mid FVuir (Hock ClrwUllt" Sa»
Mttlx, Baud Saw Anil's, Itiniahh- Kn*
glut's and Iliillpr*-*, nud   iliilsllun
Ktigtnes,- Aim, ,7nl n Roflram
. A Kims' nml The  Lfimbtii
Tool CoN Iron Wtiriiing
MiU'hluvry.
Brick Muelilpoii niid Crusluirt nf olllirr
the Martin or Bain I inftBc,
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, luetud*
ing i.'lrculiif Saws,  Solid or Insoited
Teoili, LubHcatlng OI!», Rubber and
Le ii'*r Belting, which wo carry   In
KlOL'-t,
Rii'.im Puinpupf the Blake, Iiavldson or
Kimwli's make also on bund.   .-
■M'AvMy's patent, Boiler I-'ecders supplied
nn short notice, nn well ns Paints nnd
Oils, Axes it nd Edgo Tools of the cole*
bratod Bm:tdmakct Wire Rope, I-lumb-
ers .ind Htsnni Pit-tern Suppllcfc, Ao.
We are sole agents In thla Province for
the JOHN DUT.Y Knglne Co'y, whose
Murine work ennnot be exeelteil, Bsnut*
tils we have furnished here will testify,
FRASER 41E0NARD,
Clnbl. St„   Opp. N.aari-Arlw'rlls.r,
VANCOUVKR, b,o, .
':        d*f»»tc
3>J E "W    Or o o r> m -1
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WEU, ABORTED STOCK OP
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH, I bave alio made .Itm, timet tt-mj
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, ato. An iaipectlo. ol ta*
Stock will satisfy any to-day that I have the best auortment to be found la tbl!
city.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to. .:	
jahbb xtoxrmmxtJkXf,
dwjelyl   ■■ . ,        .;   MO,81,COLOJIBMBT.UT.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
rpHH UNDKISSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM'.AND' iRON-WORKiNG
_L    Machinery to their Jlnsiiiess, are now prepared to'do all klndt of    ;i
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
Anil every description oi ill. 1« i.SIHTIIINC, at prices considerably lower
thfin before.   It is our intention to have in the course of a lew weeks a
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Kiiiiiiiuj,' in connection ivitli our Business, Wo havo the LARGEST STOCK ud
BEST T001S of any Shop of tho kind in B. C, and employ none but tie VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, wo can gnirtntee latiifaction in workmanship as well as prices. We have obtained the sei-ricel of a
First-class Horsc-Sllocr, and that part of our Business will have speclll
attention. -,    „
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will hav,
our best attention.
Carriage Painting mill TrimmlnK done at reasonable rates.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and BllgglCS, of the best (juillty,
for sale.
Wo also keep in stock, lo supply tho trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE k OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPEINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Vlctorii prion.
far Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Call md inspect
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money by It.
lawjiyiiito EEID & CUBBIE.,
CASTORIA
for Infante and Children.
BlkWorns, tfrtt -las-, as* pus*
''Outnteiinw^siUritMteeblldiaWthat
[recomiutndil««iperiortoaH7pr<»cril»ion
kwtmiora.."     B.A.AMsn,H.D.,
miii).Oil])tdf»,Bntaklri,l(.T.
Thi Cnruim Owiirt, 77 Hurnj StrMt, N. Y,
BRITISH   OOLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
LAND,   J
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. - LONDON, ENGUND.
The Butincis of ALLSOP A MASON hu bee. m-a-ged In tie .bove Compuy
ind will be carried on by the Compuy from this dit. u . f-senl Uid Invatt-M.,
ind Insurance Apcniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgig. it Low RIM.   Town Lot, udltoning
Lands for Sale ou easy tcrma, ■> - ■
Victoria D. C„ May 16th, 1887.        -    - dsJaVlW
e. Mcdonough;
(LUNWIOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STRHET)   '
eeales ;ir
C.iiist.intiv on Hnnil nn Extensive Stook of .
llry «(mmIs, «i'iii'('iics,  Boots & Shoes, Hate A Calls,
Crnckcry, liliisswnre. At.
JJ-CBWr'S    Ac   BO'TB'    mXTXVfm.-•■ ■■
Great Vnt-icty of Honsohold Articles.   Also,"-'
«HAIN, SEKDS,  POTATOES, L1MF. mid   GENERAL STORES.
from the Interior promptly attPuded to.
•HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THK S1'I1S0R1BEH« ARK NlW PRE-
PARKDTOTURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RI8S
At Special i^jw Rnt*H.
Drtyisf ui All Sin.i of Waj
Potto at Shortest Kotlco.
Brr < iirlwrnd delivered to any part of
the City.
Ordors by Telephone will receive prompt
atlciillnii.
mrstablee nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Columbia St., NewWostnilnster.
djalltc      QILLEY BROS, fun,
Feed, Livery ai
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PROPBIITOB.
GOOD liIUVIKO A RI11INQ HORSEH
for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamer,
and Trains, special attention liven io
Hoarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
(,'onstnritiyo.Hind.
Orders may be lift It tbe11
 Ill™   "
then A Mllliian,Oomm1silon 1
Front Street, Hew Weil. THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
pom.ianjK-0
tvery Altera... "Meat IsHiii
BYTE.
xnaxrxrMDT-    bbothbbs,
At tbtlr Sle.m  Printing Establishment. Colnmbla Street.
 IS 00
 " 26
 125
BY   HAIL!
Kor 12 months........	
Kor I monthi •■	
Por 8 month!....«.«	
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
; Ito, 12 month!.  *10 00
for ,monthi........ «••• ii
f-weili..'"-""'""""""™  ~
- _ JiMit la .11 <siM (except for weekly
rat.) lo he made In advance.
1-H* WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
:'s-sH«v
Mlv*«d In the City, per y-ar.
■tar'?**
ttt
.13.00
..100
..1.25
WW AWEHTISEHEI.TS THIS DAY.
JT-wGood.	
a*.C«tt»otori.
DUsolution	
 Mn. W.Rae
.., A. E. McCirtney
....Bath (t-Lasseter
For M,   -J. A. Cathcrwood
SlotlcaiT! W.Dodd
guile fteittelt Colnmbiim
B0B90rl.-In this city, on the 25th inst.
the wlfeofD.Bobton,B. A.,ot a son.
The ulmon run wai small last night.
j. E. Phillips' new adv. will appear
-to-B'trrro*.   ■; .
libi, police oourt showed a clean
iheet to-d»y.
" The barque Nanaimo commenced
loading cargo to-day.
The Globe Houte adv. appears on
.the fint page of thii paper.
Fresh Eastern and N.tire Oysters,
served in overy ityle, at the Club. *
A number of people went up to Chilliwhack to-day to attend the local exhibition.
Fob She.—1,600 Hixon Creek
shares for sale. Apply to Woods,
Tcbsib & Gamble. dseUte
Fint clan Board and comfortable
Roomi at Mill Yeo'a, Columbia st.,
opposite Catholic church *'
The etr. Gladys cleared for up-river
port! thii morning with a full load of
merchandise und 20 passengers.
Habd Wood.—I have a lot just in.
Send orders for winter supply, as we
cannot get it ill winter.—W. It. Ars-
UK.       i    ' - se24t3
A. E. McCartney, architect of Vancouver, is calling for tenders for the
erection of a cottage in thii city. See
adv.
Juit received, the latest fall styles
ra -Ladiel' and Children's Dolmans,
Mantles and Jacket!, at Jamei Ellard
.aCo.'s. dte20to
"In irlittion to the numerous otber
attraction! at Chilliwhack to-morrow
Bcsii to com. eft, in whioh
not-4 atfick will figwat.
Slept hnt been taken to have the
'" let adtertising folders issued and
Hi pv-Atbly be printed and be-
.„... the puVlic .boot . month hence.
5 '-Mt-rittiyi- C.-J'B.,!with . party ol
neetion with the model firm al Agassiz
itation. '..-? I .:; i
Comtible Poire* hu apjiUed for a
week'i holidiyi, which he.U certainly
entitled to altar hie eUady application
to doty during the time he hit been
un the force.        '„ ..,'.-.'■■        '.■■■,
The iteamer Irving arrived down
from Chilliwhack ind way porti at 1
o'olock thit afternoon with 300 bales of
nwj*. W9 hexei of applei, 30 toni of
grain .nd GO puiengen.
At their roomi on Wednetday even-
i 'B the Young Men'i Chriitian Anocia-
tion will hold a notptioa, to whioh ill
•re invited. Addret-.it and lnuiic will
form part of (he programme.
That afternoo. - Br.. Thoi. Levi, of
the American Mel, hw been awarded
thWtlntaqJ foV pjMini lreigbt*ed
for Meun. Edmondt & Webtter on
their wharf it the foot of Columbia it.
When lymptomt of malaria appear, in
any form, take Ayer'i Ague Cure. It
will prevent. development of the germs
of dlieise, ind eradicate them from tho
■yttem. A cure is warranted ih every
Initiate.
The itr. Rainbow, arrived from Vic-
tlift III. Worning-iliorily life* %
o'clock bringing a large load of height
and a number of puwngen. She
cleared aa the return trip at 9:30
o'clock.
To tioingen arriving front the eut
the preient wirm and clew wcither
isemi a mrpriie, but thit ii canted by
a "-intaaf knowledge of tbe glorkiu,
climate the province of Britiih Colum-
biiiibhtMdwiti,
When t"h, ivitem il debilitited by dit-
case,1tt1lonld be strengthened and re.
neweil with Ayer'i Stmparilli. Thi.
medicine invariably proves itself worthy
of all thit can be laid in iti favor.
Soil by druggists and dealer, in nicili-
oirJei.jftft.II.   Six bottle., 85.
M. A. 8t liars, St. Bonifice, Manitoba wHM*i Dr. Thomai' Electric Oil is a
public benefit. It hu done wonders here,
and hu cured myself 'of a bad cold in
one flay. Cin be relied upon to remove
pain, heal torn of varioui kinds, and
benefit any Inflamed portion of the body
to which it ii ippHed.
The Chilliwhack agricultural exhibition . take! place . to-morrow and
Thurtdtvy1,' "the 26th ind 27th inttt.
Tlie itr. Irving will leave this port at 8
a. m. to-morrow for Chilliwhack;
returning, will leeve Chilliwhaok at
noon next day. Fare for the round
triftTr«Ly   . --. 2t*
lUnUny •■ potiible of the citizens
of WeiiThiniter ihould attend the annual meeting of the B, 0. Agricultural
Society at Violoria next week. The
Royal City bung th. thief centre for
the lineit igrioultural portion of the
prmW(*,i|t ft th. dnty of bur oititeni
to take . lively intereit in ill mitten
tending to develop tbe capabilities and
Volt»d«mmun'lyitlirgeind
intereji.     ,
thii diitrict in particular,
They Never fhil.-Mr. 8. M. Bough-
ner, Langton, write.: "For about two
yein I WW troubled with Inwird Flies,
out by wing Fwmelie'i PUli, I wu com-
plelely oured, uid although four years
hive elafsed ilnce then tbey hive not
UdTtrSKVannX'int,, 8/ipepsls, Cos-
tlnaui, HMosehe, Pllei, etc., md will
nnlite the lecretlopi Md remove .11
Cariboo Dlslrlct
Advices from Cariboo state tlmt Mr.
Frank S. Barnard, of Victoria, hu formally announced that in tho event of
'the retirement of Mr. Reid, M. P., he
will bo a cundiduto for the representation nf Unit district in tho house of
commons in tlio oonacrvatiro interest.
From tbo long association of Mr. Barnard and his family with tho province,
and especially with that district, he
will undoubtedly make a itrong raco
against any other potiible candidate.—
Colonist.
■ >n	
Clvle ■•■May
At the counoil meeting lut night a
resolution, in roiponte to a largely
ligned petition, wu paned authorizing
the mayor to proclaim Thunday, Oct.
4th, . civic holiday. The day li well
chosen, being the date of the Caledonian gamei in thii city and the opening
of the provincial exhibition at Victoria. It ie quite likely a large number
of people will bo attracted to. the city
on that day to witness or take part in
the gamea and sports. It is to be hoped
the day will be observed aud celebrated in a manner worthy of the Royal
City. The mayor'i proclamation will
bo published to morrow.
The Caledonians.
As the 4th day of October bos been
proclaimed a civic holiday, our citizens
will have nn excellent opportunity to
attend tho annual Scotch gathering,
which takes place on that date. The
Caledonian and St. Andrew's society
of Weitmintter has exerted itself from
time to time to inalio a good showing
for the roysl ci.'y—which kis not been
at nil a remunerative businesa for the
socioty—and on occasions of celebration and reception has always como
nobly to the front. We trust, therefore, that there will be no o-.outer attraction to that of I ho Oalectoniaiia arranged for to tiike pl:ico in this city on
that clnte-t-hflt.mlght tend'to rnur the
tucce33 of tho gathering:
Body Found
Ye...orduy when two young men
named Fruine and Russell were out
hunting in tiio vicinity of Daggett's old
camp near point Grey, they noticed a
red blanket lying alongside a log, and
on approaching it wore horrified to find
tho. body of n man close beside it. The
body was hiuch'decomposed and the
face was unrecognizable. Tlie pants
were oft' and lying under hia head. The
discoverers left the body and surroundings without disturbiog them, returned
to the city and infotmed Chief Stewart
of what they had found. He immediately notified Officer Cnlbick, of the
provincial police, ivbo will go to the
place this morning with ft coffin in
which to put the remains, bliould.he,
however, find i-ti examination any
signs ot a Btruggle or of foul piny he
will let everything sttiy as it is until a
coroner's jury can "iew it.—News-Ad-
vediser.    ■.
' ''At the ilot Springs.
E. W. Devo, Port Towniend; W.
Eclcorstoin, R, W. Armstrong, L. R.
Molunie, John Sherman, Weitminster;
W J Goepel, wife and two chdn, W.
T..Drake and wile, G. Williimi, Vio-
torfa; W H Oline, N Miller, Yale;
M Y Shook, Minion; Jno Wilton and
wife, A E Howie, Nicola; C J Sims,
H K Holden, WSMaher, Stave river;
John W Guno, A Godfrey, J L Farron,
C S Bailey, H G Beck, F Stookenham,
Mn Wilson, F Elliott, Vancouver;
J C McLagan and wife, 8 R Connor,
P Righter, John McAllister, Vancouver; G VV Jordan, J H Bailei & wife,
Justice Crease, Mn. Cresse, Victorii;
Mn D Robertson, Rev H R Fruer,
C Inkman, Agiuii; J H Gny Matiqui;
W Alexander, wf dhtr, Hasting!; Jno
Kidd, wife and children, Lulu Ialand;
WC Clyde, W Elliott, Kamloopi; Geo
D Barnelt, San Fnnciico; Mn M
Miller and niece, Geo. Stewart, Aih-
croft; Joseph Ganner, Nanaimo; J H
Innii and wife, Esquimalt; A 0 Frit),
W T Lea, Winnipeg.
;  : . I   ——m'-^r-.—4-i^	
. Tbe Iralkera Hallway 8i.ll...
Mr. Wm. R. King, architect, haa
completed the plans for the Southern
Railway station, whioh will be situated
on Lytton Square. The elevation
from Columbia street presents a very
hmdsome appearance and the building
on the whole will be an ornament to
tho city. The huildieg will bo 2A
stories high nnd built of brick, with
stone dressings. It has a touch of
the Italian Ml&iijance about it u0 required
JOCpi'l
Oity* C6HMI1. ?
The council met lut night tt 8 o'clock for the trontaction of butiness.
Present, Aldermen Elliott, Herring,
Hoy, Calbick, DeBeck, Oveni and
Herring.
Hii Worship Mayor Dickinson in
tho chair.
OOMMWIICATIONS.
From Ju. Crookcr uking for information regarding the date of the isiue
of the bonui by-law debenture!. Received and filed.'
From S. J. Pearoe, constable, uking
for i week'i vacation. Referred to
the police committee.   ,
From Thoi. Elba, atking the eity to
grade the louth tide of Columbia it.
opposite his property and to put in a
box drain; for thii he would pay $10
u hi! share. Referred to the board of
worki with power to act if Mr. Ellii
will pay half the coit.
. From tbe tecretary of the board of
trade, atking the oity for ffSOO to pay
Mr. Alex. Ewen'i expenses to Ottawa
in connection with appropriation for
the rivor mouth improvement!. Ordered paid.
From Andrew Leamy, containing a
aummoni at the demand of Father
Foquet in a suit for $13 for the burial
expenses of an Indian who died on
, August 30th. Referred to the city
solioitor.
From the Royal City Planing Mills,
offering to fill up a part of Richard st.
with sawduat. Referred to the board
of works with power lo aot.
From E. Burns, nBking leave to sink
a wa'.er-pipe a few inches below tbe
surfaoe of Columbia st. Leave granted.
From HonryBruco, asking for grade
of sidewalk on Holbrook street. Referred to the board of works to report
on.
From 100 citizens, asking that a date
fur tho civic holiday bo fixed and that
the mayor proolaim the same.
ACCOUNTS.
J. 0. Armstrong, $22.70; Jos. Wise,
833.19.
BCTOB.TS..
His Worship reported that the owner
of the Queen's Hotel wished tho drainage improved.
Aid. Elliott said a box drain would
be built aome time thia full.
An old account of Mr. Bole'i wai referred to the finance committee for
aettlement.'
Mr. Rickman't application, from
hat meeting, was referred to the board
of works with power to act.
On moiion, the mayor was authorized
to proclaim Thursday, Oct. 4th a civic
holiday.
MOTIONS.
Aid. Herring: Ai it ii lime the
bonus bylay debentures were issued
and as a guarantee of good faith with
the railway company I beg to introduce
tho following resolution:—
Moved by Aid. Herring and seconded by, Aid. Ovens: That the mayor be
authorized to have the workihopi and
ferry aervice bylaw debenture! iuued
and that when completed they will be
deposited in the bank of B.C., New
Weitminster, on trutt for th. corporation of New Weitmimter and that they
be not withdrawn from th. custody of
said bank, nor paid over to any penon
or persons except the terma and condition! of clauiei fi md 0 of the foundry bylaw hive fint been complied
with, »hich are hereby included in
thii resolution and read u follows:—
S. The said Mayor shall not issue the
said Debentures or any of them until after the council of the said Corporation
ahall have passed • resolution roquestini
him to to do, and he shall hold the tali.
Debentures after the iatue thereof, upon
trust, for the said Corporation, until the
said individual, or company shall have
entered into an Agreement with the said
Corporation for the erection, maintenance
and operation of said worki in luch man.
ner and upon tuch term! and condition!
as the laid Council may, by resolution,
approve of, and upon the further trust to
pay over the uid debentures to the said
individual! er Company in inch manner
and at inch time er titan u the tald
Council may by resolution it any time or
from time to time direct.
0. Tbe said Council shall not authorize
any of the Bald Debentures to be paid
over to the uid individuals or Company
until they shall have given to the said
Counoil satisfactory evidence of being
posaessnd of the capital requisite for the
erection, maintenance and operation of
the said work, and, if a Company, of
being In bona fide working operation; nor
until after security shall have been given
to the satisfaction of the said Council for
tho performance by tbe. said individuals
or Company of tho condition! to be contained in the said agreement.
Aid. DeBeck thought it would be
enough to issue the terry service debenture! as it would be sotno timo before the workshop debentures would
which gives  tone  nnd   finish lo tho
supported by four columns nf native
granite with carved capital!, also odds
muoh to its attractiveness. '!\>o main
entrance from C .loiiibia street will
have olrcular angle! lupported on the
top by two mfhia'uro tower-,, f ttriking
nnpesninco. Tiiu pitcli of etch fl.ior is
13 feet The ground floor contains the
following apartments: Lndios waling
room, 3l.\27 feet; general waiting mom,
30x23 t'.n-t; gentlemen's waiting room,
31x27; also ticket ofliee, telegraph of-
8ce, baggage room, liivfttol'ioa, etc. On
the first floor will be tho directors'
room mid four other large office*. The
time for tlio commencement of work
on this building has not been lixsd yet,
but it is understood contracts w'U. be
called for at au early di'o.
M'SOHIii.
T. McK, Lambly, of Okanagan, and
formerly a resident of this city, hu
been spending n few days in town.
F. R. Glover, of thii papor, has
gone to Ohilliwnock to report the fair
nt that place. A representative of Tnn
Columbian will attend the various
agricultural slimvn throughout the
province.
Major E. M. Burttolot, who is reported murdered by bis carriers in
the Congo country, was 29 years
of ago, and tho son of Sir Walter
Ilarttolot, M. P. Tho greatest regret is publicly expressed in England.
Tlio Daily Newt sayB: "Stanley,
who is generally credited with unerring penetration in his judgment of
men, did not misplace confidence in.
this initance. Major Barttelot wai
•faithful unto death.'"
Tho resolution wm then passed.
genoral appearance, and 'li? portioo, ,J Aid. Calbick thought tho St. Mary s
Hospital people should open the lane
in rear of their property once a year
in order to comply with the law.
Tbo council then adjourned for one
week.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Mop Tliiine ffhlMlMt
Editor Commmai*.—"Whatever is
worth doing ia worth lining well." The
(jueBtlon of abolition of the steam whistle
nuisance haa heen freely discussed in the
columns of your paper; Capt. Irving has
intimated his willingness to be governed
"by the expressed wishes of the oltizena;
doubtless other interested parties feel tlm
same; what then hinders the final doing
away of the trouble which is distressing
the weak nerves of many sufferers, more
than the sound slt-epera with strong
nerves can understand? A potition taken
from door to door would involve considerable labor, Whynotcallacitlzen'umei't-
ing, lot the matter be laid before them
by the mayor and a vote taken upon the
necessity of passing a bylaw regulating
the steam whistles used within the oity
limits, A great relief would be obtained
if the duration of eaoh screech could be
shortened, bnt It Would be vastly better
if it waa never heard, at least not before
seven or eight o'clock In tbe day. It la
tu bo hoped immediate action will be
taken. One of thb StrrrBRKR».
New Weatmlnater, 26,1888.
O. A. Livingstone, PlattevUle. Ont.,
says: I have much pleasure in recommending Dr. Thomu Eleotrlo Oil, from
having used myself, and having sold It
for some time. In my own case I will
Bay for it that it ia the best preparation
«■«*
Kditoi. Oolttmbun.—Ib the reeve of a
municipality, being a hotel keeper and
having a licence himself ih the municipality, qualified to ait upon a licensing
board and grant a liquor license in the
municipality?
Whatatepa are necessary in order to
quash an Illegally granted license ?
Surrey Inquirer.
Surrey, 23rd Sept., 1888.
[The following clause from an aot
passed hut session of the provincial legislature to amend the ''Licenses Ordinance,
1867," and amending acta, would appear
to answer the first of our correspondent's
queries: ' '
Sec. 10. Notwithstanding anything in
any act contained, no justice of the peace
or magistrate, being a person, or the
partner of any person, holding a wholesale or retail liquor license, shall ait or
form one of any licensing board for the
granting or renewal of licenses,
Sec. 84 of the " Municipalities Act,
1881," states that mayors and reeves
" shall be, during office, justices of the
peace," bo that would seem to bring them
within the meaning of seo. 40 ol another
act, quoted above. But *ec' 152 of
the " Municipalities Aot," declares that
"the mayor or reeve shall preside at
every sitting ■ of a licensing court, making no exception for suoh a case as the
reeve being a license bolder. It would
require a Philadelphia lawyer to give the
rights of tlitB particular case of onr cor*
respondent. .  -y:\
In answer to the second question,
quashing illegal proceedings Ib usually
done by the supreme oourt, but as a cose
eould hardly be brought before that body
without the intervention of a lawyer, we
refrain from giving details. We may re*
turn to the subject at some future time.
-Ed.]
-= -«*..■»"♦-   :-	
A Few PertlHewt QMerlfH.
Editor Coi.umsun.—If not' trtrapass-
ing too much on your valuable time,
would you kindly answer the following
questions: Is the present addition now
beim? built to the leather parliament, on
Columbia street, an infringement of the
fire bylaw? Ia the mayor the proper officer to enforce ,ttll bylaws ? If bo, why
does he allow the open defiance of this
excellent law to go on ? or, is it because
one of onr worthy aldermen has the contract for the carpenter work ? or is the
said bylaw illegal? I ask these questions
for information, as I understand tlie
fruit-dealer next door Is also going to put
an addition to his building. If the law
is illegal, bettev.rcBcind it at once rather
than have a defective one. Yours, &c,
A Law*Abidino Citizen.
Westminster, Sept. 25,1868.
[In answer to our correspondent, we
would quote the following clauses from
the Fire Limits Bylaw:
Clause 1 .defines the limits, which, of
course includes the premises in question.
2. No addition to, or alteration of, any
wooden building .within the city fire
limits shall be made,
8. No building other than main walls
of brick, iron, or stone, and roofing of incombustible material ahall be erected or
placed within aaid fire limits.
Clause 4 provides that the mayor and
counoil may, by resolution, authorize an
officer to pull down br remove any offend •
Ing structures, and it ia also provided
that reasonable costs for this work ahull
be recoverable from the offending party.
Sheda of certain dimensions, appertaining to buildings, are excepted from the
provisions of the by-law.—Ed.]
Worms derange the whole system.
Mother Graves's Worm Exterminator
derangea worms, and givea rest tothe
sufferer. It only costs twenty-five cents
to try it and be convinced..
Wholesale qui Market.
Beef,     per 100 lbs, „.„....
Pork '*        	
Mulion       " -      ...«..„.„-,
Potatoes     "■»■       .......
Cabbage     "   I     	
Onions       "        H ns
Wiieut "  HM>
Oais
Pen
Hjv,
Baiter (roi
Cheese, ■■  »..,...„..
Bjfs,   ' perdos. „..
Cord wood (retail) per cord,
Apples, per box .....:...„..,
Hldes(rrrn) per 100 lbs ......
"    [dry*       «       ^.„.
Wool, per lb ......
..$5 00(5
.. sool
per ton ....
lis) per i?....
MetearolaclealKevertrwWcekKmllM
:  lept. ttait IMS.    .'■■-"-
Sunilay.................
Monday ti,.
Tuesday „	
Wednesday	
Thursday ;
Friday.....	
Batnrday ,'.!..
MAX.   MIN.   BAIK.
, 62.0   aur ■ ■"
 0U     fiO.0  ■" "
-"     fiO.0
5.1.0    0.091
60.0    0.611
r»I.O    0.82
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A. PBKLi:,Cftpt'n,
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v CI1.0
 mo
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 830
lta Stl>r m atek, v* (a* tefeaia*.
Was* she was a Child, she eriad for Castoria,
Whan aha beeatu Hiss, aha clang to Oaatoda,
Wtoaheha4ChU4na,aat|aTetkeaaCail(«lB
WC. T. •O.-nEaULAlt MEETING
. cvwry SfodnPHilay afternoon at 8
o'olock at the w. C.T. U. Headqunrtnrs
''ivorCiiuiiim-liHmdlliitlh'riHIioiMpDouK-
ItisNt, 1-oyul Lejrlon In tbe aamonlnco
every Friday afternoon. dauaita
BAPTIST C1MTRCU, abuch Htreet,
Kttfit of Mary Street, Lord's Day
HerviGi-8.LLllt-.ni. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Hclin<il HiiilBlblf, Class nt ZtBO p. in. All
"ii'iifHfrco; Htmnitflrs cordially welcomed.
—Kev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
Ml
KTHODIHT CHURCH. Oddfellows'
_._ New Hull. Rov. J, H. White, Pastor.
Services nt 11 a.m. and7p.m. Sunday
School and Bible Glass 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting ou Thursdays at 7.D0p.m. Seats
free; strangers cordially Invited.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
Opposite Orange Hall,  Rev. Thomas
addon, Pastor,  Services every Sunday
at 11 a, m. and 7 p, m, Thursday evenings
at 7::io o'clock, seats free; all are coral-
ally invited. Sunday School at 2:30p.m.
A
vnoa looob a.. », a. v.
* A. H.-'lhe ntuUr Communications of tbl, Lodl. ar.
.   . h.ld on thi first Monday In Molt
month. Hojournlni brethren are cortllai-
PBTKll GRANT,
Swntarr.
Ir Invited to attend
Hot
Children Cryfor Pitoher'iCutorla |
NOTICE]
J OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
. we have made .pplloitlon to tbe
on. Minister of the Interior tor .lean
for timbering purposes of the following
described tractor land!
Commencing at a mat planted at the
forlMot Silver greek {m Harrison Lake),
about on. ami a-half mil,, from IU
mouth; thenee east 80 ohllhl, thenee
south ISO chains, thence west I* oh.In.,
thenoe North uo chain., Ihenoe eut HI.
dieaml    1'crH. l.taBB..., Manner.
S91igpp)0
ONE PAIR WELL BROKEN OXEN,
aged four and seven years respectively. For particular! addrest   ■ _
'_■ J~A. OATHERffOOf),
**te4t ,    Matsqui P.O.
Dissolution of Partnership.
t
OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
srtnersMp heretofore existing
_. iween J. Bath and G. Latieter. of Ladner's Landing, has thliday been dissolved
by mutual consent.    JOSIAH BATH.
GEO. LASSETER.
Wltness-FiaEOSBicK Woo».
Ladner't Landing, Sept, 24,1888. dieZStl
■LTOTIGiEl.
A SITTING Of THE COUNTY COURT
will be held at LYTTON on Husiy
tk. tu* tt* nt da-taker, MM, at tori
o'olook In the forenoon.
By Command.
W. DOW), •
Registrar O. O.
LyWou, September21,188S.    ;se2Sdwtd I
TO CARPENTERS.
tember, for the
ERECTION OF A COTTAGE
In New Westmluster. Plans and specifications can be seen nt tbe oflice of Major
A Pearson.
ALAN-TC. MCCARTNEY,
-    -..-, - Architect.
Vancouver, Sept. 21,1888. dse25t2
NOTICE.
ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS due
tbe Royal City Planinir Mills Co.
ra ust be settled on or before Sept. 80tb or
they will bo placed In Court for collection.
To nil eunftW-ueMafBHUdlns Material* .
Until farther notice, we offijr great Inducements to all cosh purchasers.
ROYAL CITYPLANING MILLS CO,
(Limited).
New West., Aug, SI, 1888. dwauSlml
MEN'S, BOYS'& CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
CHILDREN'S-
JERSEY SIJITS,
WALL PRICES. TB
Hard ISoftFelt Hats
Litest.New York k London Makes.
MEN'S AND, BOYS'
RUBBER COATS.
"i .' a >•*, f. »<■ A   ytt H   '.
J. E. PHILLIPS
COLUMBIA STREET;  |
dwH7te Op». Teleira.koaM
GEORGE  BYRNES
AUCTION
,    PROVINCIAL
Government Lands
WITH MM 0* FMSII Mttl, Mil AWACEUT
UKDMtWWESmiNITMDIiraCT.
TUESDAY, 23rd OCTOBER
AT U O'CLOCK, A. M.
I hav. been instructed by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands md Works to sell
by Auction
AT VANOOUVER, B. O.
Several pircels of fine agricultural lands,
situate on or near tho North Arm of Fraser River, being sub-divisions of Lots 325,
32(1, .329, 330, 331, 332 to 330, 140, ISO,
150,175,160, 155. The mbilivlslons a)f
these Lots contain from 27 to 172 lores
each; the locution of theso lots ii ihown
on tho present maps of the District.
The farms In the Immediate vicinity or
these Lots are considered' the finest agricultural properties In British Columbia.
Borne of the lot. fronton the North Arm,
and other-am In the Immediate vicinity
of the same.   '
Hteamen ran dally from New Weitminster and Vancouver, put thete valuable
properties.
ALSO,
UI. Ml tit III, ... UI. It. t. Its,
All situate betwaaentbeNorttl Arm of Fraser RIVer and Vancouver City,' Th, North
Arm Road from V«m»uvar mm through
thete Lots, and there are other road! laid
nutthatwill give accesstoeach otthem.
Thla property commence, .boat t\ mile,
south of Vancouver City and Is bounded
on the west by the c. P. Railway Land
Grant, and It surveyed Into lot. contain*
In. from I to 16 acres each, map. of which
will ihortly be ready lor distribution.
All the land! to be sold are well adapted
for agricultural, dairy or orchard purpoie.,
ud on account of their dole proximity to
the market, of Vancouver ua New wettminiter elites, will beda.lr.bl, propertlei
lor families leeklnga horn, or for fnvest-
The C P. Railway nre now eonttrucllng
a line wagon road from Vancouver to the
North Arm of Frater River and Lulu
Iiland. They .re also surveying a line of
railway through IhMi pronertre, with a
view of connecting with the TJnlted Bute,
system of railways at Hdatllo.      ,
Thete lands may fairly be considered as
the mott valuable ever offered for Mil by
auetlonln-Drtttih Oolumbia.
*KOW
—■ j :z  ■
LONDON HOUSE
-—=8 Iter   -BB3  -WW 8=—-,
Fill MURT
JUST RECEIVED
■'■-u-r-AT-
JAS. ELLARD & CO'S
'Mi
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
i Jeweteri& Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAli.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in tteel, rubber, ailver ud gol 1
frames. ..The finest Pebbles made, *4 per pair! all ilgbti suited.
Bpeeial attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned th,.
batmen thoroughly from tome of tbe finest Horologers in Englind, ind since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workminship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage 4 Lyman, Montreal,
Charges Moderate,
MosTiWAi.jPeb., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake Andw. Robertson, Eaq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, lays: "I never found a Watchmaker who did »
well for me at you.did when In Montreal, and I am torry you are not her. to-day."
dwapisto ...
A. M. HERRING,
.'   -WHOLESALE & RETAIL
airHiii<il«im-ii»*s^
ItsotoUflUo.*.,. y.
AraatNOON,^-! a'rovlWk!' - " •
:. ; p.'_..';' J • -DC Bvemino, 6 tio 9b'olock,
ttr PHYSICIANS' PRKSCRIPTIDNS will be prepared at any time during
the night by a oompeHat chemiit, who sleeps on the premiiei.   Ring thi night
bell, ;■:■.   '- •-  • . ,.;'..
HEARING'S  DRUG  STORE;
0»p, TelegMvli Office, :   •   ' Colombia St., New Weitminster*
dwoefito
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
0 u q;   WHoissAiar-'A retail dealers in -.'.-.
Drugs and Medicines!
TelepUonlc Commantcatlon with dl the Dooton in the City. Call oa
ui my time and we willring your Doctor up for you. - !".'
Open Snidays for the tale of Medicine only:—MoasiNo, 9 to 10.30o'clock)
AitirkooNjI to 3) Kyis-no, 81. 9.
it New-retlml.iter.a.C.,Knir.lul.l*IMel.
OCT THIS OUT -AND PASTE IT UP. '' dwauHU)
HENTRAL   QROOERYI
Holbrook Block, Oolumbia Street.
SIKGLAIK HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDING AND WANTS
to iee all hit old customers and loU of newonei, as he will tell them ORO.
CERUSE, CROCKERY, etc,, cheaper than ever. All onr Goodi in fini-olui
and arc being told aa low as inferior grtdes.   We strive not to match, but to pxotl.:
Juit to band—oar of FLOUR, FEED, it,., of thi following brandi:
Salem-Patent Boiler (American); Hungarian, Strong Bakers (Ogil-
vie'
ti); Premier, Colunil
ia Boiler (8p.llnmoheen)(
And if you hiT. lot nwd th, BritUa Columbia Flour do w it ope. ind be convinced thit it will make fimt-clais bread ud pastry. dWifflfMo
tar ms ma -jav *«
WE ARE-i'fOVS' OPENING OUT OUR FIRST DELlV-
cries of-New Goods for the coming season. Amongst
them will be found, a very CHOJCE SELECTION and NEWEST DESIGNS. In;   ].   r";i:J-    : -.,'■-' -----
Black, Coloreil & i:veiling Shades
Dress Goods.   , ..       .-.' „
Newest Shaae* 1* Pongee Silks and
Laces and Embroideries.
Hosiery and Underwear. \
'!     ;.,V.ar^*P>cIr Aprons. ;;■■'-'.
Household A ■fafcie'Mlnien. Blankets, Sheets
and Quilts.  Down Quilts.
Waterprooft & tristers. Gentlemen's Furnishings.  Clothing, Hats, Ties, &o.
W. tt C. WOLFENDEN,
dwteltle
nWd
ACCTIONIEB.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Thi doi,tlHBUN Pbimtikq Ertabluriiikt hu fint-olau faoilitiei lor
all kindi of Oomnaroial Printing.   Bill Hltdl. Uttir Heidi, Circulfirs,
Cardi, EnvilepH, Blank Forms of avery deaoriptlon, PoiUrt, Dodgm,
£rtMjMtdc*U*«.   ftia*ii*i.ll> lound it low •• at »ny othw oflw -ilnr*
■7   fli*<*Siwtlurste '   '**■-*-.,-_ ,....';. ; _..^.,„-

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