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Array yfnslMMlcv^
gitilg gritigjvColumbian
Tkanday Brain. Xor.iabcr 4, MM.
We regret the necessity of saying
that of all the poople who have
|ktrjL tle*t$_li
MlniMa _tm, JMfJ aj el
MJTh^
camp heside the river and despoil
it ruthlessly of a treasure which
rightfully belongs in proper share to
future generations.   They defy the
mTiMMmXU&Z
son, by fair methods or foul, as
whim or interest serves. They are
at no pains to preserve the salmon
by limitation of the annual catch;
nor wj_B8tl||jdO»_ir'!W©il>l',-**to
support works to correct by artificial
means the eflects of their own ravage. They seem to be in the business "for all there is in it," under
regard for the future. There are
honorable exceptions, but as a class
the packers are .greedy without limit
or decency.—Oregonian,
It is a singular fact that we are
indebted to P**BWt**f^*ffift
industry of c«iii»|-rlfck> JNpi
ago, when the excavations were just
beginning, a parly of Oincinnatians;
found in what had been the pantry,
of a housMuMS,jsrs of preserved
fig*;! Pot^F-S waaLT*_
and lhe 8luLjt«8 {<**• to be fresh
and good. Subsequent investigations showed that the figs had been'
put into jars in a heated state, an
_3£2_^&tt.--&
•flHrtitmr "wrtalttiir, ana-tit.Wxt
year fruit canning—which has since
become an industry of such magnitude and importance—was introduced'to*) Ithe MiNd «t*tes, the
p"*"".* "-'Pg MaJjaMLyitB that m
vogue in Pompeii over twenty centuries ago,- The old ladies in America who can tomatoes, peaches, and
other "garden stuff" in this enlight-
are indebted for this useful art to a
people who were literally ashes but
a few-^ears after CRriiiti.—.-&•.
The chamber of deputies in France
has again been petitioned to tax
>j¥*-rc SprfjmtVBtfM0
was in favor of the practice, Home
subjected the selfish creatures to
heavy damages, and—perhaps the
last remedy of a|*—in Sjarta ."the
women were al"^*d'.j. (fta-rMeHo-
lors into the Temple of Hercules,
and give them a sound thmshing."
Something, ie'I»e*lido»«-iiu8t be
done in France before long, unless
the country is tp become depopulated.- In M Hldne there are
nearly half a million bachelors, and
not  mon  thai),. 379,000   married
, -toa4kttcM-«w, that is, to every
four Benedicts. Then, again—apart
from all questions of population, and
as' '(fie' (Mt-tioners in question, who
are themselves men, very justly say
—the -bachelor escapes almost alto-
,. i*JB*iir if rom taxation. He pays in
person if unlucky iiutfu «Nuurtp-
tion, but that isall-and'-ttriirHaUil-
ity is equally shared by the married
laughs' itWcoHftt^Whos*. visits
are the dread of the family mun.
^M»^helBChe-
*er from a Hin
times explains
the causes of ..the religious riots
which.ojfjijrtlwHj-lst month in India.
The Mohammedans, on their festi-
MffiwWwtmf}v,&iit'
ing Sine in the towns and villages,
■)!*•<*& ttWMMM»fiin-loo
inhabitants. The Hindoos regard
the cow as a sacred animal, und her
killing as an abomination. They
are throe ;tb one 'Wmpai-k)'with} th?
Mohammedans, but the latter lire
that prevails among them."' Hence
they,aeoouipiiuy sow akughUr with
and thus the riots ate brought about.
,The,,''i"tW «M*B(*hrfeiif remarts
that "the superior classes''Of'the
Mohammedans, and those among
them who are blessed with educa-
avoidtltMl^uj!Ute-|Of
ate to tiie eelings and susceptibilities of one another, it would not be
<Hi9^*5J<l9<lll,l*rJlJ«!)**htai
but religious bigotry is the same the
world over."—Globe,
McLKAN, M. D
oslte  the
first door
■ goo
H
M.COOP__m.». !,_*._..,
  . _ ScKBreH St.
meat door to Farmers' Home), nm
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOURS-8to 10a, m.; ito 8and
! «.3bto8p, iniOalls In town and country promptly attended to.
te_to
D"f
**,i'Wf-*|.»**,i
*:.!f«,Sl*
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
WHABP 8TBKKT
sew WMtmiiister, B. C.
Colonial. Hotel,
aim*
jG.^^
y?,. ■ ■
rata r,-n
ENTIST.
*2_2_i
Ifr*,*..*.. : .--
ADOTIONEBE AND APPBA18KB,
Columbia Street,...;,. .New Westminster
OFnoa-6verJ D. fl. Curtis A Co.*. Drug*
Columbia St., New Westminster.
>*5T     -K_**«v
ok the flrst Monday
r. ln eaoh month.
~*frtt_ pMalissfy .i-lribfti;    aiili ]
SOLICITORS, ETC
.»^®i,■af•r•T®,|S,i.r•
V«wottV»r,
' -r-ftnr—'
nmWfBUf^M ;■:::. '::'■■"■'
|J,'»'.'"|" ■'■•JUtBBTEB-AW-A**'." ;■;■, |
Land Agent.     - Money to Loan.
j_&@&i&&V-:
se2tc - N.w Westminster, B.C.
■ik:llB_H,.»-ai''-Bnwi, ii'JJ   m;;: '"!' r
A .'tllSDIUUl tu-'l
CIVIL ENOINEEB,
liatK larr.yar, Orao»tit.-nan, .,..
. pmCE-Otie:i|ot>' .North  of Messrs.
£&(&» ^cWWjrMoKensle Street.,
. I     I''    ntXflU     " i : [fflSSJJSL   '■■'' '      i    ''''' i
WALTBR J. WALKER,
Auditor, Accountant, *c.
mm.n W_U
R. HOWSE,
Formerly Bowse, Hill A Rlckman,
 roe that he^li*»jyii»_', *>^«f
■eallatal
Coaveyaaeer
On and after the 21st Instant Oflloe, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody,
selSto '	
Hlons will receive prompt
■Mil J attMtloe.' Hest riteiifnees
'en when required. ' mhl3-to
W,^I||RRIS,
iiW-l AflEHT
..flffiftii
8ITHAI HOOD FARMS FOB BAIiK.
x"i ■un;--. /.iv—■-•;•■ ■ i a
Aieat hr tke TBAVHCB'S LIFE .ad
OFFICKi-FerrU Street, New Westmln-
■!"*„(„■, mv ;,|j| od! nl  r.    J •**•
LAND SURVEYORS,
UK, UK, MOIDtNT * HUME INI.MME
Telephone's.
XEW WI»TM1"I-TEB.
d.lttc
PWT.W60.,
Real Estate, Mining
^iM»M0NfefM0kllft,
tifeheral Commission Ag'ts
YlAArO^-oVBiS.j'B.'o.1
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
i'-*",!  '"''..sto" ''■
RAND BROS.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
blorl .',:i..;..n, iflln   ,lTllrll '.
uid ;j   Oaav.raacn., Call.etar.,
rt; md ,'.    - nr And Isnnan Ag.at.,
Gflioe. at VICToniAr Fort Street,
 n ml • NEW WJ-BTMlNSTEB: Corner
nott* Jir.r.n MoKensle and Clarkson Sta.;
' •'''  " VXNCttT.VEli, Cordova Street.
?IUIIiDINO I/)TS tor Sale Ih all sections
Vancouver and New Westminster qily.
FABM LANDS of superior quality for
.ale at Obllllwhaek, Tort Hammond,
Lanfl.y, Mataqul, Sumas, Mud BayjLud-
ner*. Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
'^W^-glt •*■'"-» o-lhlhlUid and Ihetull-
.»H».forn'otloiifjirnlshedat^llouroffloes
''■•'Wllit^oiohto'.w.llilinor-n (Sooi'Sa-
- aiadeaur-tajm  "Irhaw bMn trekWlW
with Dy.pop.ia *W<lil*,ft; .MM^IlFmiifprj
over 20 yean, and I have trim many re-
rtn.l»tflfffl^tef*
Lyman'. Vegetable Discovery and dyspeptic Cure. PJitStR' Tortkr.   r
19§B!!BM ,H0-8Dh .0        I
IrTb^-IOS.
UNDERSIONED INTENDS, AS
ihas' a snllahle offlce can he fitted
... BJiehJMge Hi th. profession of architect In the City ef New Westminster. Slllt-
• -   -     - -   tion.,of buUd-
the execution
tdl/ required) nt
e nites.
.JAMERKBNNEnV.
il
famnra tok
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
■ .. |   03 I      QJ ('"'tt I
BEETON* CO.,
88 Fliubury Circus,
■ !I**°rl0"r  E-C'
H.C.
..,   Manufacture!- A Importer of
ladle.-, OeaO', MIsbC aat CMMrea*.
■   .     ImU, Skot. aad «a*eM ?,' .
* r Made le OidM Jaiid Kept oh Haad. '■■
"W^
r, •-,- j-f.Hjmxiuu
STMINSTElt, B.C.
THECURENCE
Corner latei A Boiglis Streets, '
VICTORIA, B, Ck
FR*WK6.mCHARW,Jt.   -   ■   -   LESSEE
TOURISTS'HEADQUARTERS' FIR8T
Class In  every respoet   Fiilly Hp?
     ...... ipeet        __.
EUed with all CnVeBlearca tf Umien
r "    "       ' '"      	
.._ ..... —...•rift	
 New and Elegant In all flsAp*
polntroents.  P-rtfta MMtomtc
This magnlrtceril Wotol Is now open for
the reception of Guests,
'»»-NopftinNwlll bOHparfd bytheman-
 —^-'Ms Hotel pleasant and
dooSto
agement to make this
aftraotlve.
Mannfaoturer and Dealer In
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER &FIHDIHCS,
All Kinds of Hides and Skin Onk
md Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID KOR HIDES AND SKINS.
On hand always a good suwly of Leather both of my own nuunOMtare and
Impoi-Ud. ;"■.'■' "<
I havo secured the services uf Hr. Wm.
Burnett to superintend the custom re-
airing department,
'    '     ■■'  ' JAMES R0U8SRAU,
Columbia St, N«w Wflstntluater.
*  (dw-ap|yl)
WALSH
le Md Tailor
; Cftlunbli St., New Weitminiter.
HAVING JUST RECEIVBDbUR NEW
Spring Stook, we Invite Inspection of
the finest selecting inl „ '. -    CCTl-fiit |
a EMgllib- Scatch, tfirraiaa, Vrfaeh.
";"'''<"''J v'-a«rA«ttrM*a'-i-i-
SUITINGSI-S«|
Evor Bhown in "Now Westminster. W»
havo Hccured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN, a practical Cutter who his had
loprexptrlaaco in London, ParlH.and tha
leading eastern cities, anil for aGOOD FIT
and artistic stylo we dety oompoMUon,
.jnhaoto
THOS. WALSH.
I
off
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
-AI*D-^-
Manufacturers and Import ..i-*. of
Harness, Saddles, Bri
dies. Whips, etc.
','NBW, f|STMINSTE__€ »• I
r     rjTOgff HHMlllfir   'k, V„
ON, CHILES MURRAY,
Opp. Registry (Met, NewWtil'r.
That aid reliable inimraaee (ompnay
ar laadnn. England.
JASPi
ACENT FOR NEW WESTMINSTER      !
RaJ<» of1 Insuronca as | low/ as other
Companies.
Lossesi prdrAptly' paiid and no
unnecessary trouble given to
thfc UNTORI-UNATE.     (. <r(
•TeA^at., Oii. llth. :      J -,_._
Ar. Pre]>nro(ITrtHil]i|rly ana Erect
Gas Pipe, ^ ™®
Gas Fixtures,
'!':'■ ■ i ■   ■*.    .;_ .-    !.r  .Hi*j    |0
And everything relating to this branch of
btUlDCU.' I   m.i"   ;-,,-..*■ ■■_ ',
SV Experienced  and competent men
only employed, aiul   work   giiarftiite^d
flnWIass In every respeot.  Prioes as low
as anywhere etiei    qfiH   ■■ 'if eilT
E, S. SCOULLAH A ?0..
d-Jly81to '   Columbia Street.
FUflTOfiE
WJBOTHM&rflli
MANUPACTUKERS ANO DEALEHR IN
AM. KINDS OF FURNITURE.
■^7-_A.(3*01*TS.
lacBSfi:'«
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, Ac, Ac,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all IU branches.  Farmers', Logger-.1,
T ABU ST""" *,"'~'" '-'■"—
m
ind Contract Work; Agrlctiltiiml
niemenUi.fliideverythiugintJie
blacksmith tine mnde to onler.
iatfSftlving sSHIartiw"'WC
HT Horseshoeing a specialty.
dw-JlySlto]   Columbia St., New West.
.*
mm?**
DEALKK IX
•>.   -A large Afsortnieutof
DRY GOODS
'■•<•" ' -AND-
GROCERIES
S*j     ■'.    ALWAYS ON HAND,  -j If
1E.&~ and. ".Peed.
|   9  WliOLK-iAIJi AMI UETllLj -
WOOD AKD COAl DEUVKBED TO
iXlMMirr ,r t»: mi. .
' Werun two'slimiis(lally,exeoptsuud.ys,
to Pun Hiwlr. «»rrjl«« vt.it—, «uil_.
1  AS BO liqilur(irtnl>IUifH>l.llNt.l w.DAn by
loinpcrot. Imliil. .mi Qdreftll Woiiaiuy'
sr-rrrrlliopulillanl. mprHiilly Inw ral«s.
,■■-■ ■  '   Ilwic-M. -    '   .i ■ .
_p,qE^B,
pitAoricAV
HAVINO HAD KXTKNSIVE EX.
, iwrleiioe In Californi* and elso.
where In the ahove business, I am how
prepared to take charge of any sales,
auction or othorwiso, that the puhllo
may fivor rae with,     .,,-       - -.rj
Dunn, Rllea, Virtrldgci, Powdtr,
- Shot, Fliklif Tackle,!Bpecti*
clei,   Citlerr,   nnd    Uur
SIIMWlKi
TO RE HAD   AT TIlR OI.D ST.AND,
KNOWN .VBTHK'
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA   STREET.
-    <tw.ltl7to . liu '
-AND-
Administratrix notice.
XIOTIOB IB HKR^BT OlViflrf +HAT
ll mipersonsindobtea.lottielataJoiihHa
Atwntnl  ReynolilK  1Io|ner. -formerly of
nvniHiti   neykiuum    ini'iivi > i iuimn i/   ui
New Westminster, dceflifieti, am reiptihul
'opay theauiountof thulrindebtednewi to
tMoundtinlgned, forlhwltti. Rnd.ull pr«
Wiihay(ti(any«i:Om!i.iiKnlnsttli'ft'wa(e
are required tofun.i-'lt |iiirtI('ulars't|i,ereof,
dllly.vcrltloU, wllhlnti fiv'ti mu»tll» frnm
this dut*v.
,. SQPlklA K. trOMKU.   !
),i . Adni(»l{ilratrlx.
Pnted New w«n , Dot. NMi'i l**t.   nclM'.'m,
.ainnuo a oian        : .<■■",<,„
COLUMBIA STBFtT,     NEWWESTMINSTER.
ttppuille -t'Hnalnghaai tt <'«'«.
SIG\ OF THE BIG WATUH.
->-) Tf___~~
tssr [.ATI! MANAOKK FOIt SAVAHE A
I.YMAN, MONTHEAI.
(llipononielers, Rrpetlcrs, (lirono-
j*i iiphcru, ind all Ine Watcli
rrpalrt n S|ieclnltj.
'■ r. -'r'  J*' tT'I '  'VT   :  ,-'
AM t ONR HAVINO W.UVttUS wllloll
havo Ireoll Injure.! Irv iii-omlirrtint
Wttluli ro|rirlrui-rr <rnn Ire ninile cqiinl to new
naulli. .ll'WI'l.HY of nil kinds ninile nnd
roplilred. All wo_k wnrrHntedj olinrges
mrfllenilu.   FJrrllmnlcs given frcrrnfuhnixo.
HALTUAli, UUilv, aa. alker
Wnlrhr. .nil Jewelry ehrnper
himi^ any.nihcr hnnse ln II. t:
-IiARIK-i1 WI^IAPMIAT POI.D AM-
KRIOAN HTKSi WlNDlNff WATCHES,
iwoumtellmeltoononi, Ufi, u.n.1 price, SJW.
.     -   r|w,|«l*o
wr
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
4_V*_^9J3_'»i ^PltaiM A«w«lt jiitr--
CHANGE W TIME TMLE,
fl0(l,00U_i_i3_.l»li.,l
STEAMER
"■■"QOTYf;
rt-ttMWWW-hnin,
I^nrliigNewWcslniliisteron
MONDAYS: aud THURSDAYS
^■aaa^jw**! *»'. f'.-t-""-*"
JtyilM*        l3AFT.'n«ei_BY, Ma«f«r.
REMOVED
#9*To shop lately occupied hy Mr, Darcy,
-;, fii.-j .ColombiaStreet* .. ...|
Callind eiamine our stock audprit:e«
belbire Mining. We cttn-t be UNDralSOLU
ln the city. Repairing of all kinds neatly
done. -x a :W,.*PW)T»KRO * CO.
  selfltc
T. PEEBLES. %       „        J. W. HECKLEY
■'..:.;   EjdHSUaAToa
PeeblesilteGkto
•(_Aar MlMi.Ai.Tsi s_.*JaSi_)  !
FU^ITiTitfllE
M*MUP«V.TU!«R8.    T
UPHOLSTERERS
&lH«rana,WMl Hattretses *n«
5t*\lH*iwwo*i»t>d.
?.k ■    ■'•:' J,\ (IfJ—      ^g       i   j;
' • HAVE ON HAND THE v , >
LAKVKHT AND REST STOCK OP 111
NITIRE ON THE MAINLAND.
Hanlware Rnlroani   Sullen,   la  Ash,
Cherry* Walnut, or Mahogany.
Estimates for Ofllce and Store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer has beep
engaged by the tlrm, who nre now pre*
Eared to do nil kinds uf work In the up*
olBlcry line. dJIyStc '■
T0«THi'POBMC
I
creMe in tiro -ni
v_d.»«__. R.,-1
tai, New Westiniuster,
year, the Board of Directors fiiuf it necessary to appeal to the publia for assistance. In viow ot the tact tliat the disbursement, for the last -six months have-
been in excess of the revenue, and that no
Subtle subscriptions have been solicited
nring the past three years, the Boanl
ara compelled ta make this apiwa*. ■.
* Mn'W;-H.-K-ary wH» tAnoHy-'can.
vass for snlisoriptions, j -
G. E. CORBOULD,
President.
Kew West., Sept. 28,1880.. dwso29m2
The Gas Company
respectfully" i e term
the Public that they
are prepared to do;
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible Hitel 0,6i§is-
tent witli good work-
maBsJjip.
A supply'of ; FIXTURES, GLOBED,
«Sc, now ori hand.
' $^0i-a*frs'm'«*/.'.be left at
the Company's Office, Hot-
brook Stone Building, Qr at
RAND BROS.    lOUU   (fl ! '
J. L. STAMFORD, |
rl-Jlj-Jllli- MANAQBR.
BOYWANTB0J
#2s
-f*1
. N   INTKMJUKNT   HOY  WANTRD
*-.t»,*?f,,5l:?^l??,",»^,y
IPQg, B.O.
WE BflfJ/Tf) WFOBMtOtJ THAT
,"»wf have leased Iho Morton House
ii. Sp..*-1. Brlrliie from Mr. Murray and
that It lan.wly ntu-d up and comfortably
furni.he-l. We would respectfully solicit
' jonr.ii-Aonaite and we promise If yon
will favor us wllh tt to do all we oan lo
satisfy yau Ur every respect. Mil, Reid,
who kai.kai much experience, will nt-
tendtoirieciilliiary department
We remain, yours respectfully,
JeSSmB;   . 11EID 4 NEFK.
FO^  SAEiE.
mHE LEASE, FIXTlJIUBfl ANB «T(XIK
■I .1! wMhffil'fclSfiSSB i..Y'Wleiy mmr
next the Holhrook Rousf, Front i-fl reel.
' I  r.dO«tttO... ,        '.,■.'.
<)01E AND SEE!
-"-■'" W. H. HOLDEN.
H!AViNO: TAKEh KMWESSION OP
the "Temperance House,"fronting
cm ColnmblAnnd Church atroeu, opposite
the fcplscopnjXhMwh, and now Mown
me the    *«   / ■ ■• • ■     '  "■*■•' -x-
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
all ,  1'. ^.WS"-.'.'."'.Z'.'.'."Z'Z~'. 5 00
Slnxle Meals.    a
Be-h _ „  ja
. M-Goorl accommodation tor Ladle, and
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN 4 DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental Trees,
..     UoNue» Lamoino, a O.
^4t**_ii
tttt WISHES TO IN-
,-.-l.o« British Columbia
he has established a Nursery at Lad-
ner-s Lanjling, nnd Is prepared to All
all orders for.: Emit Trees, Ornamental
Tme«i.Shrubbery, Vines, Small Frultsi
iported or home arown ac-
Trees imported or home grown ac
tke wishes of-customers. The
has had a. thorough practical
4c.   _   ._	
conllng to tko wishes of-customers.  The
juhscrfber hue had « thorough prac '
tralniug In the huduess, and having a
Grrmanent stake in the country It is his
torest to deal fairly with the public. H.
will wait upon the variou. towns and Mt.
tlements shortly, aud all orderB will have
his penonal attention. .        J
auUtc .,'       E. HUTCHERSON. '
c.
..J1;'      "' B'AVlNQ-i'AKEN"' ■' !"'
Lnndbom's BiHiainut) Front St.
(Formerly occupied liy Kyle A Tlilou), !
IS  NOW READY
to serve liis -Quatoiners and everybotly
with iw gootl a Ktock n« a man wantu to
-select from.
Wry   Guodn*   Vrocrricut   Pr-tvl-itsuK.
CnwlH-rj-, iilAHK-n »rr, BvbIh. Ac.     <f\ >
i Bpipe iDdHee the new pltice. and let us
know whtt yen thivkollfT. (J
dwooioic c. Mcdonough,
"BLUE STORE"
A Une assortment or American Sll-
. ?«r WfUches, pat, Just-proof ca.es.
Flrit-tUui Swlsi Watckea,fwmS8
upward.
CLOCKS
A Urge aiwrtmrni or 8-daj Slrtk-
Ing Clocks, with cathedral gong;;
solid walnut cases; latest designs.
Also, 8«tk Thorn-Hi' Xlrkle AlMm
*^A NICE ASSORTMENT OF JEWELRY.-**
»1»f W.lrhKr|i»lrllia»HprcllillJ.  All
work W.rrnnlt.1.
nemlier .Uro   jilncc—tlio (,Blne
>rdwau'iyl':r "CbtlltiihlaSUVNewwV
.^j^BJilSPD |S59.
ROfiT: DICIKINSON,
Farm for Sale!
A N'IMPROVED FABM FOR MALR
A cheap, and, ou ea»y terms, with ,r
without the slock.
M. NICHOLSONi
dwoo7tc Mount Lehman P. O.
FOR  SAi£.
ONK-HALP INTERKHT IN the'LANO-
— .''".^aw and nanliig Mill: mill tn
good order. For particulars apply on tHc
premises to JH.WEBT.
Or, Mcssre. DltAKE, JAOKROnT   '
apUto.  i,      dJHELMCKKN, Victoria.
FQR^RENT.
FROM THE FIRST OF ^bVSMBEH-
nn 8-roomod House on Atnien Htrevt;
AlMk-rFram the First erf  Docemlier-a
lurge Store, with biwemeut, on Coliuithhi
Street, centrally situated.
: Apply -ta___- * :
.HENRY V.EDMONDS,
doo881e .    LandAnent.
FOR^fciE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RKSIDKNC'E ON
..IjQt7,iituatcd on Provo»t street,between "Mai-y and MvKencie htreetH.now
In the oeoopntion of Capt.<irant; wntaim
8 roomi with usual otttcet.
Valuable Oity Lots.      •     ■ I    ""     '
Farms near City,
— ■ft,
<on Mu<"
 «i of La
Station,
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Fat-inn go MudQtr.
80 acres of Land tit AVhohock Railway
74 acres of valuable Land tulle* from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar oould bo out.     .,:,.-       -        .
Apply to    '
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je2Stc    Land Agent, New Westminster.
1449 ACRES CHOICE
BELTA IANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'i
O LandinE, on thc Trunk Wagon
Rpad j two other roads running'htbiif h
theprtml^M.   Applyto r
J"'■""'"  '_.. A, WADHAMS,
de-atc Ladner's LahdincB.C
 '»p-*fc-i—' Wr   -
Cream & FancyCakes
—GO TO-^rJ
A. PilML'$
FRONT 8TRBET, Owl C.P. N. H'H-ar.
isro-^ioB.
WHEREAS I HAVK BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of all the personal estate, effect* and f-rcdiiH, incltidliut bopk
debts and all otlicr chosps in action due
orucettiinadue to William Isaacs <rf> Part
Hammond, by virtue of an order in tho
County Court'of Victoria, dttted the il«t
day-of September. 1880, ull persons arc
hereby warned from receiving, taking Into possession or holding sny of th* -said
estate, or from paying to the said William
Isaacs, hts agents or scrvartf*, any mon*
Ies, or fruit dlaposlng or lu any deal*
ing witli snid estate.
ft Is nl?o provided hy the snid nnder that
all persons Indebted tothe said estate or
having In their possession any effectsof
the SUM ©stale (older than what has been
legally disposed of), aro, to poy, deliver or
account for the same to me.
•T. 'J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Sherill.
New Westminster, B. C,'
Oct. nth, 1880. dwocZTtc
•ftOii  'Hii* 't'"/
yearly epposlte th- Colonlnl Hotel,
li      - j       -    i \<a"J-.,'
•    NiiW WESTMINS'T.Etl..
.jjiyl-.-.
AND  CHOICEST
nStmiht-of ■»ll de»eHptloti»-©f    '•
M^ATS AHD VEGETABLjES
Cnustantlj- on tisnd, nnd supplied to Forn-.
Illi-s. Rerrtmir.nts, tad .Steiinkro.*. at Iho
..I.HWKST POj*-4!!'!,-"  ."RICES.
Limil Rci*lslrj Oitllniirico, 18*0
An nnulviilrd ».,totlM No. U,BlMk v.
• »»m .r i*w.irt *«: iff,..m,t, m.,
I'll)'«f T.ECOHW.      . ,
W'lflilmSAH jTlllJ: i'KtlTIFIOATK OF
, I Titlo ot (lonnto Kii.vwiroil to llio
nbovftitn-nt'oHed lnnd has toon.lost or
ile.U-uod. ond application hns boon ininle
forj.duiillcjtothortjroi--, . ' „„ ,;
I Notico iB'ttmroMrc liorolry clveu tlml n
trosUC«rtlll<-lto«ITItlOM'lli Ire |H»|0<! In
lion or Hint so last oi- ilo.lroycrl.iinlo.s
enuso le sli*»n "lotllp contrnn* wlthlni
'.ii rtwnttl *om tit,:      .   ." .'. .-I*
■,,"1»l'*W.''t-tM*',rtlONO,
Deputy Registrar.
lj>nilKoglsl»OIB(*,
•*«wW.*U»*ost»r,**lti0.t.,l!!**. "
BOYS WANTED.
Apylvnt
its' WAjrahn at
J-pnli? lloliiiniiliin.
Every Man to bis Own BaslneM
Jb..   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   C01.0SUI llOTKLl,
NBW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
PhjfitelMi' Prc-trlptloni nnd Hm.
",.,.  Ily Recipes n Spcicltlt]-,
N    H. — Only tlirnuine Drag. UMd,
Ov.r twonty vean-exp-irionce.    mrs—
Public Notice
New Wftikminiter Fablio Liknrj,
mHK IINDERSIONKD (THANKS TO
I (hcldiiilncBs nml ut-rmlsHlon of the
Mnyor nud ritvCoum-lhtwo weeks ago
re-opened tin. nihil-- Library, and takes
iblNopporUmity to oflor an invitation to
toMiT0u!s tft syeye \VcHti-iiiiiKt-_-riophy Mm
a visit Papers and Miijinrhics fmm all
(1 Ircctitms /iro received for patrons and
visitors, and more Will' he added in case u
rettsomible mipiHU-i Is obtained. The
terms atr .'-fi cents » montli. in hrfm'if-C.as
piij.rt-M, Ac, am pald'forin advance.1 This
wt 11 annul ul to about t cents a day, or the
cost of one clgnr fbrsevc'n dnys permission
to nice news from all over\hn world, and
etcfpint hooks which mny br ehanged
every-?4hours!'-The'-Mr lit'no comptilsTnn
tilmut this, but those who believe in getting in mil of tho rain and who can enjoy
a decent fire -wil I doubtless appreciate Ihis
liiKtli.ui.lou. Ladies and strand-era arc free,
fto douhtless nll Ihe parlies who believe In
Illue Ribbon will count forward ul once
and join this ttUractlve aflhlr, hottl for
their own credit und thut nf others. Come
ono, ciimo all, and you will be ntt«ndetl to
hy one who can soap all classes, vlr.:
Yours Respectfully,
HENRV W. HUOI1KK
Xev West. Aug. 20, ISSU. tlnnSHlr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Bricks.. .-or. • • .,.".*• • • Townsend or Brice
gailj) §rttt0h <|oluinbfein,
ThumUy EvcnlnK, 7.0'veniber 4. 1886,
In -the east opinions are still
much divided on the Dominion elections. The Glote of last Friday
publishes a double leaded article in
which it declares its conviction that
the elections would tie brought on
in a few weeks. Newspapers all
over the country continue to de-
- bate the question, and one party
seems to be as much in the dark as
the other • with respect to the facts.
All that may be safely said now is
that the public does not know, and
it is best to prepare for any contingency.     ■  r
Mr. Olds, general superintendent
of the 0. & Rvtold 'thV Winnipeg
Board of Trade that existing freight
rates; \froni thit city to tho Pacific
coast would be modified. With respect to flour he said Canadians must
have the British Columbia market,
and the rates had already men made
low enough to enable shippers to
reach thia coast. When Winnipeg
gets through with Mr. Olds he had
better come over'here and learn
what British Columbians think of
the 'tariff on such products as they
propose to ship eastward. ,„*There
are quite a number of thihj*^ needing' adjustment. __Jf Canada is to
have, the Uritish Columbia market,
It may be said With quite as much
force that British Columbia ought
to have the Canadian market,-'
Tbe candidate.
According ttt .'announcement, a
convention was held in this city last
night to select a candidate to contest the riding in opposition to Mr.
Chisholm. The convention was
largely attended by 'delegates appointed to represent the various
settlement*- in the district, there being over 30 present. After organizing and adopting rules by which
the proceedings were to be governed,
there were four candidates nominated, Viz: Messrs. T. J. Trapp, Jho.
Kirkland, Thos. Cunningham, and
D. McGillivray. !Mr. Cunningham
afterwards declined to stand, and
Mr. Trapp declined to bind himself
to abide by the decision of the convention, until he had consulted witli
his friends—which was then impossible. Tliere were, therefore, only
two candidates before the convention, Messrs. Kirkland and McGillivray. ■ the ballotihg resulted in the
seleotion of Mr. McGillivray, -whose
nomination the whole convention
bound itself to support. Mr. McGillivray, therefore, stands as the
nominee of a convention which was
undoubtedly one of the most influential and representative gatherings
ever brought together in this oity,
: and with such support his chances
of election ought to be excellent.
Tlie purpose of this convention was
not, as has been stated, to bring out
a prohibition candidate. It was to
select a candidate who might reasonably be expected to vote for reform
not only in the liquor laws but on
all other questions affecting the
moral as well as the material welfare
of the country. It was felt by a
large number of the best men in the
district that Mr. Chisholm was conspicuously hot such a man, ahd that
he ought not, therefore, to be permitted to become our representative
in the house of commons. In the
opinion of the convention Mr. McGillivray may be trusted to vote
right on these vital questions, and
deserves the hearty support of all
who have at heart the best and highest interests of the district. It may
be said that the-delegates seemed to
be animated only with the purpose
of securing the nomination of a candidate who would possess the confidence and obtain the support of a
majority ot' the electors; There
were, apparently, no personal ends
to serve. It Was proposed that a
permanent organization be formed
, yvitli a permanent cliairman and suc-
ieUry. iit. tots city through whom
the sub committees in the settlements .could, be advised of .such
everita: tH. Were considered worthy
of action by the association. This
is an excellent suggestion and ought
not to be lost sight of. The want
of organization has proved fatal to
many a worthy scheme. Such an
association would likewise tend to
produce sympathy antl mere hearty
co operation between the people of
the cities and the settlements. It
would make them realize more fully
that all the interests of this district
(whioh includes the two cities of.
NeW Westminster and Vancouver)
may be and ought to be mode entirely identioal, If they are not so
made, we shall quickly drift apart
into small communities every one of
whioh will be against the others;
nnd diverse rinterests and divided*
counsels cannot prevail. It is a
pity thnt steps for the establish-
, ment of a permanent organization
''''inn not taken at tho convention,
i.m' We hope even, now that meo-
1-38 wjll tie taken Without delay
^•jfty out that plan.
F
BRICKS! BRICKS!
m—srwr
IOR   SAiE-A/ 1ARGE (jilANTITY.
Api*iFf°    W.B. TOWNSEND,
*     -   AUSTIN  118-10%
,:        ilno-ml ''•--■    -
South Sea Shell Lost.
A LARGE SOUTH SEA CLAM SHELL
A with ft (minting partly executed on
it, was lost at the tote Ure. It belongs to
Mr.. Mtlleri who will  be .MWdlntlT-
fratetul to any person who will leave ttat
his ofllce or at. tbo residence of Mr.
Briggs, Iloyal Avenue. dnora
%st
Contractor and  yj
Builder.
Jobbing of aU kinds promptly attended
to. EntluintoH furnished on tbe shortest
notice. AdilroKs:—McKenzie St., next to
Drill Shed. ilno2tc
REMOVAL
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL, AT THE
.1    end ol month move his business Into
winUuuute'B uew BiUIdln***-, opposite Lytton Square, and now .offers bis stock of
Fnrn.tuw at of below cost.*"'' Com«MBuy;
JOHN E. LORD,
Columbia Street,
Adjoining Dfofclnson's Meat Market,
New Westminster, Nov. 1,1886. dnolinl
* *■* '""' ' ' ON ANii AFTftR" *
Monday, 1st November,
Trains will arrive and leave New .Westminster as under: ■*
PACIFIC CXPKE8S.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS,
Arrive MtfS
leave MUJ
Theso .Trains-will run lu floanectlou
with Main Lino Trains.
H. ABBOTT,
Port Moody, Oct 80, 1680.
British Columbia Milling and
, Mining Company (-Umited).
|      ' AME88MENT tf*. «.
XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVKN, that an
JX Assessment of ONE CENT per share
-bag been levied upon the members of the
above Company, payable at the Com-
Eany's office (new Bank of Britisli Coium-
la building, Government Rtreet.Vlctorla).
The stock on which the above assessment remains unpaid after the 1st day of
November next, snail tram and after that
date be deemed delinquent.
Dated 28th September, 1888.    ■    *
By order of the Directors.
■ W. MONTMMr,^ ~
dwoc&nl -. Secretary.
iet or a? n
ft ■■■.!! BS.
OQlvXE'-A.lT-Z-
Capital, »,000,000*   Uwses
Paid, $48,000,000
AiJa>*mi»lIu>>*«?«;a 1M«
Rates as Low as any' other
Company doing Business
in British, Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, and Louts
aatiifujterlly adjusted. -.   -
T.R. PEARSON,
doc7Ur     . . (8. C. 8. A P. Co.) AGENT.
••^THAT'S*
sunt.
docM
EStAfEon.l.,E.HOpB
(deceasM*.),  i:;''
rE ADMINISTRATRIX HAS BEEN
authorised by order of the Honorable
Mr. Justice McCrelRhtof this date, to sell
the real estate of the said deceased, and
tenders to be addressed to tbe administratrix, In care of the undersigned, will be
received by them up to nnd oa theHlBt
day of November, 1880, for the purchase
of iho following landB:
istly. Lots 1 to 23, both Inclusive, ln
Block 7, In a subdivision of part of Lot
470. In Group One, New Westminster District, according to the plan of said subdivision duly registered in the Land Registry Offlce at New Westminster tnd numbered 128.    ■■-*-. . ft|I
2ndly. Theiiorth half of Lot M, ia said
GrohpOne."   **       "
Hrdly. The south-east quarter of Seotlon
20 and the south-west quarter of Section
21, both ln Towuqhip Oue, Cpast Range, at
Fort Simpson In said provinoe.'   '   ■>-■.
Tenders may be made for the whole of
the property or any portion or portions
thereof, and must be jor cash. No tender
necessarily accepted.f ; ,. .f ...
'' Dated tfew Westminster,' lfith October,
1886.
CORBOULD A McCOLL.
Solicitors for Administratrix.
doc20-i!7-no3-I0
GUNS, RIFLES,
AMMUNITION,
lonMonrMwitiMk-of -,_
w_m opwrf **Wf» -
*&Bt?WZt
Buiau WAtm,Mm-
»p21to
Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle, Ac.
SPECIAL   PRICES" FOR  LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
We are prepared to do all
hinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
CORNER CHURCH * C01IIMBIA ITS.
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
Tke New Gui Km. ilno-to
C08TIVENES8
nffects seriously ill tho digestive .nil
assimUitive orx-Us, Including the Kidney., \Vhon these organs »rcioa(*c.te<l,
they Ml to extract nom the blood the
urlo Held, which, carried through the circulation, cause. Khenttntl.m and Meu-
The functions of the Liver are also
affected hy costivencss, causing
Bilious Disorders.
Among the warning symptoms of Biliousness are Nausea, Business, Headache,
Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness of Skin, rains In tlie Side,
Back and Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Furred
Tongue, Irregularity In the action of the
Bowels, Vomiting, otc.
The stomach anffors when the boweil
are constipated, and Indigestion or
Dyspepsia,
follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Pain.,
Headache, Acidity of the Stomach, Water-
brash, Nervousness, ond D .presslon. are all
evidences of thc presence of this distress-
lug malady. A Sure Belief for Irregularities df the Stomach and »« WMCiIuent
diseases, will be found In the ue er
AYER'S PILLS.
They stimulate the stomach; free the
bowel., healthfully Invigorate the torpid
liver ahd kidneys, and by their eleuutaig,
hc.lliuc nnd tonlo proper*., Brengthen
and purify the whole system, and mtere.
tt to a salutary and normal condition.
rnlMHDBT .   .
Br. J. O. Ayer * Co, L-meU, Mi*».
-,..    Boldb. •JIDroH'sti.
GUARDIAN
Iflsurasce Gom'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(-5T-BA.BI.-5r) '   '
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
■ Reliable Oomp-y.
T. R, PEARSON,
dotflc        (B. C. R. A P. Co.) AGENT.
(LG.1JI,
GENERAL
OFALE R
COMPLETE STOCK I0F
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
' Mamitactdiw. and _bi|«oi*«*.'«*
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dw-'lyDlto
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY
dw.jlyDIte
WAN!
tctj-iuu .
airiWii'-fb
A Jew Map!
$1.25 -of-Me- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
    JUST IBSUKl) BY      ,
f lice, i,*9L^-
Thia Map has been prodm**) »t
great oost, and gives u vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Provinoe.
The new Map shorn the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R. and extensions.
^'feur-A
pL£|Bl HOU£E|
«. __1
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
,00 .?• ifli] ! i. i; , •-—■^{JSISTING OF-	
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons,
ings, Tweeds, Flannels.        n
Ladies' ahd Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
II .    i;J-    lldlll '     '— rr, ', ,.    .,    i-.-r.
Jm The Millinery is tlie lineet and largest Stook on the Mainland.   No
need to go to Victorin. .    ,
r- DRESS (.001)8 iii the new materials and shades for the season. | ;
, j .j- ■•■,,{..,,- [ ng ' ■
We call attention to the famous   8EA 8ERCE, which we
have at various prices—.17_e„ 60c, 621c. and 76c.j cannot be spoiled by
rain, and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
r-taift H-i ORIGINAL COtOR.
The'Q1_H,ra, DfeA'lt'i.MENT is well supplied wi&fleS, BVai
CeS, ShIrtS, 80CkS, &C, an<1» new aiid .fashionable stock of
Men 8 nets. <s.c.    __ _ ___
hn <"-i r"T^- j*   ^^ **w*»   *******i.".""".   ,
|t-jl*dcliito- h'| ;:, '.ri„....      r,::.sVCAxrJkxfVirSk.,
8
«tOJME-PtfTtl»r
AH SEVERED1 ALL CONNECTION
. with Jplitt, Mortimer, o(,.,Victoria,
i ■*■.*■--*n<Wrtftk«Mf>|wmi8jt
Aattlndsti Monumental Work
JS.I-I-MH RBABOMABI__;i HATES,   i
Also.l«ken-onWii.t«<i>r!-Ii»oh Work,
in all Its branches.
. Aiti'nl tor H-lkr-. Htar-J.D»te*>tM«*i
A Braekels.
; P, o: Box;18_; New WestrplnsliJ!
';..'.-'>.-.r,fd9Cl-||C|,:i '.j,^.' .,..'..,
JT
; , ;! 11WB__XBH_a_*ilj_f** ;1 '< 'j
RAND BROS:
Real Estate. Insurance and
;      rinaneial Agents,   a
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
KOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER «KD VANCOUVEK.
apMtc
TENDERS   FOR.
C. P. R. STATIN.
TENDERS ARE ASKED UP TO NOON
of     .
i    Saturday, 6th Nov.,
For the erection of a Station at the June*
tion of the New Westminster Brnncli with
the main Une. „ .   j -
.Plans and Bpeolfiontlons ean ht nhn at
this offlco. „ „	
/H. ABBOTT,
Oen'l Supt.
Port Mooily, Oct. SOth, 188ft.       . ilnolt-J
Union Restaurant
OOHJMBiA STREET, •"-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
(DAY OR NIQHT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under til. present manaiiement every-
tliinj, will be found flnrt-i-lrrHH, ami prices
are extremely low.
itmim.      f   K.H. MAiiKi:8,**r-p.
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
PUna ui Spcciacatlont flir all
kinds or Buildings care-
tally. Prepared,
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFUJ..'
■ v.;].   .   LV EXECUT_1D,.;,   , ,
All order, left at Occident Hotel, or at
the .hop of W. Johnson, Columhia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. jeDtc
Z. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER,
Is now' trepahed to remove1
NlKlrlSoll, Dry Hllblilsll, eto.
II r All ordors promptly exeouteil ul re.rrmi-
ahlo rales.   ' X. SMITH.
    '_ ilocllte    ' '   ' - "
REMOVAL.
R" AND Bli0S.HAVl4TA,kl.N OFFICES
on the corner of Mnrkoml. »ud
Olarkson Slreel., one block ulrovo Columliia St., whore they are now prepared to
ntlenrl to business. doMto
■„...;, aLpoi^i*";';
A T NOON TO-DAVJMONDAY). small
A Hat, bluok PUItSE contalnln.several
dollars. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving It at this Oflii't'.   dniui
HiTOTIO'-----.
In the Supreme Court or Brl-
';•;   tlslv Colombia.
OETZ BROS., on. behalf .of. tligitiselvii.
\- ind all ot*i«i-, the Credlltii-i' of Irani.
': toii-r-'PfAt'drt.irik   / *, -. *. 'l ;
J: -Ui --. jJvkii  ■. Mi.-J.-r.i_ U
EDWARD GOLD, LOUIS QOLD nnd EM-
MA GOLD—Defendants, i i
Y ORDER OK THE HON. HENRY
i P. PellewOreirse, .T., I nm apirolnled
...colvarof tlie ReiilBstnte itiiwfeglstered
In the names of tlio Defondunts or either
oMllem ln'-the-Wdd*-Ytegli!t»y Offlffl-at
New Westminster, nnd the Dwelling
House now oooopled by thoDofendnnls or
som. or oho of them situit. atthi'CHy of
New Westminster nnd the'personal property of tho Defendants or olthcr or uny
of them now in or upon thesald Dwelling
Hbuse and the Hotel and preuitsea situate
atthe City of Vancouver Known ns tbe
Gold House, rn  , ,.    ull,
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
J       Deputy Sheriff,    r
dwnoJlml Receiver.
New IBstminstpr, B.C.
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS* IMPOITiMOF
Farm Wagons,
,!,'"''I!_^(!!esiJ'.'."W4feoiis,
Delivery Wagons,
'    "",'"  Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Duipp Carts,
Stages,
AND .EVERYTHING   JN  THE
We have a largo stack of   most of
i-y J:
1 Drays,
HP ,E>
i-.fai'l
'e have
1 tbo abov* articlus ou baud, uUo a Jarct
Uook of Wagon and Car Ago Material,
•j Wheeh, WdSd+tti, tlttdvmto. i, h \
[wiring, Fainting & Trlmi
it rensouablo prloea.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all ito Branches.
Estimate* given on Ironwork; and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork tot saw Mills, Louging
Campi and Fanners, kept in stock mid
made to order. ,,
Horse-Shoi'iiiff anil General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock tb mipply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chainii, Cumberland
Cool, Horse .and Ox 0koes, .Hm-rowi,
Iron and Steel Hanoi*/ Teeth, Carriage
Sprinns and Axles, and u complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything lu our Une
will find l>y hnpeotinjj oo/r stopk that
tiny don't retpilre tt» go to victoria to
get what they want, for tkeycang«ta
superior article at. a reasonable price
here.
Wo sxe also niannfaotuiiiig and tolling
thecflltoirated -  ■ n.   ....
yiQTOB   HAT BAMNG PUK8B,
At itdueed (trices.   It ti the l»st aud
cheapest Press In the market. .!'
mr We have e«\ the best tyorkjuen to he
had lu the country, and Wt> tm-Pfti* neany
all the stock we u»e Irom the wwt-romo-
quentt jr we can ollbr Inriucoments tu pur*
ennsura thot We oould not have done Some
time ago. All material and work leaving
tbo shop will be -rtiartmteed to bo Juntas
represented. Orders from the country
promptly attended to.
dwnc-lm! REID-fcOURRIC.
Instrumental and.¥oga^
Am
celvo a.
B. DOAK HAS ARRIVKD FBOM
"-a East, and Is now prepared to re-
limltcdnumberorpupjls.  Instru
mental,|5 per month. Vocal,75o.»les»oii,
-strictly In advance. Apply from 9 toi 11
a.m.t__t^4p.ra, -Goner of Columbia and
Churches.
The Shuswap »n4 Okin»pti Kail-
wsjCoapany.
X meiftltfl i" 'W.'ttibiaffiSPtPttw
capital stoek ot tbe Company will be held
at the offlce of Messrs. Davie A Pooley,
Ijaneley Street, Vletorla, oh Suturday
tbe 27th day of November next, at 13
o'clock noon.
By Order of tbe Provisional Dheoton of
the Company,
M. LUMBY,
,'i..*   .    *  'i   ... ijAottMSecretary.
Dnted 17th day of October-1886. <loc28m
Pnrnitnre!
i .a   ■
I
Have received direct (nmi Quebec a
■'•        i   largeoomlKiimentof
SPRING   MATTRESSES,
THE MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
-" *    '     CLEAN ARTICLE:
Wbloh Is manufactured.  Can be taken
apart and packed lnrumn.inpi-.ee. dnclgm
Re-Opening!
il
M&rM&maMiw
t':.n:.i sin' ■■■■■■.!■ 11011 i .UilTft;.
BAB OPENED A SHOP ON
M c K E N Z 'I'I ■'.'.';' S tk E E T,
First Door to the night from Columbia
(.tree!,anil will linve always on hand
' a lull asioitment of  ,: .1-
AHD AT MAWXAUl/f: PRICES.
XXMiJlMmflf
Guaranteed In Every Case.
„!.,,, ..-mn -jWt,
_"■""■>! ■■; ii*i ,>'■ IJ
Confederation Life
i i:**/Uf.-;wf  h 1/         ; * .  -. i -!-'.
Caaraam Capital »I,M«,«M
jfllfTuii iJ>*-dr:J   rs:J: ■
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
■A HOME COMPANY,
. Thii. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing. In it from the .following
FACTS:-,., ._..       .:,..
The Security offered to polioy tioldtfrs li
unsurpassed hy any Company dolnj bail*
ness In Canada,
IlhaMiiosehenesof insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the polioy
holders cannot be milled an to their eon*
tracts,
'i iu statemeuta to the public'ean be readily understood, Its cash statement show*
Ing every Item of Income and how ezpen-
ItsposltlonlBascertaluo.UDnuallyfrom
a detailed valuation in which every Item
of liability Is luolUded.
iry"of I usuranct I n Canada.
IclM   ■     "
th»lil„_.,  -^,    .
IU policies are Indlifutabla after thfte
Ita'prafress has been unoiamplad lu
' itstory of' —— '—-*"-—■-
_   pftllolon ,	
years, and nonforfeitable after two yean'
extstenoe.
, IUpraflU are distributed upon an sault*
able basis. The profits to one class of
polioy holders are not lessened to flM
larger protlts to any other olass, wbloh
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberalr-aMlllUgiiU U ■csMe«etaa«
J.K.MscDONALD,' '
Manailni Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Af.au, tt.* WMtmlnttn
•rt-Jmn-.ll.rnal..
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ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
ms
COMMERCIAL
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Letter Heads,
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Legal Blanks,
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And aU Sorte of .Plain
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OOE FAOIUTIES FOR      .-'-',
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An hrHroad tkew ot ju>j otlw .st»b
llihrnrat oh the MUnUnd, .nd eur i-its
will Domjfu*. ItvonUy with thow ol
Wl*l^^l..~, .."'..'':■'.  i.       "     -ri'
Donees the Premtaee.
.    .J. i^-   .-       J J-jiiv,
W. h.v. . Smt-olu. BULINO MACHINE, ud m fttifUM to nS. all
Mad. ol tenn. U tttu. ,
; 0-**l_-ln Blodbttl »Mtty den*. "■
D. ROBSON, Manager. BS
BY TUB
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At the Company's Bteam Printing Ea-
•   tabllshment. Columbia St.
Delivered ln the City daily.. .25c. per week
Mailed daily, one yeM.„„...,v......... $10.00
Malled^yjS^I^^.^:)..... R60
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mos. 10 per cenL will be added.
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calling attention to advertlaemenU, Wets.
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Births, MaMMges nnd Deaths,ll for eaeli
Insertion; Funeral Notices ln connection
with deaths, 50 cU. each Insertion.
Anctlen tales, when displayed, charged
25 per cenL less tban transient udvts, If
solid, charged at regular translepUat*
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued every tetnnlu- Msmlag.
Delivered l*n its* dliy('per>i»t..- HOO
Mailed, per year 2.00
Mailed, fi months *. *.., 1.26
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ess than 8 mos. 10 per cent will be added
o these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
cts. per line each -Ins^fop.
Cats raustMeifiUHil-iaiiil forlargecuts
,n extra rate will be charged. No advt.
userted ln either Issue for less than f 1.
riti0h Columbian
Thnrsday Eveati
Iveatng, Novensher 4. ISM.
, j 'nlTliji.,1 jTi
The medical council ate in Muion
n Viotoria.
Nine paanniten oame into the oity
ijl.to-d.jVeiDrrp, and  seven  went
The finest aeleotinn of Hats and Caps
n the city will bo found at the Bon
Harche.   doc28wl
The schooner Mountain Chief arriv-
rtlfltia morning with a cargoof -BMh-
chlhne.
The' Pacific Steamship co-hiiany
late donated J|!^02 to the Nanaimo
lospifal. '" ":
Custom, requpteat Nanaimo for th*
nonth of Ootober this year amounted
io 13,560.
New Btylos in Mantle Cloths for
.inter wear now opening at Jas. El-
ard&.Oo's. j-,iv.:iii:     .i .dool8tc
A choioe lot of fur goods for ladiea
md gentlemen, may be seen at the
j$nlto**fc],jj /il t*Jj*JiK«qJ»
1 A fine assortment of Carpets and
larpet Squares just arrived at Jas.
.Hard A Co's. doclStc
A splendidi assortment |Of Oanta'
iMApiiii-i'i.
Bon Marche. docrowl   .
'WSsle-^-Hl)i>l"dolnga good paying
usiness; oheap. Apply at Woods,
'um»r * ^amolo,-. M _,,, * iJ,J*tJ"
The latest styles in Men's hard and
oft Felt Hats, Engliah and American
Hss, at KUard A Go's. "• ft ydoclWe
Micha.1 Davitt,-who Is -Mta.n| in
he United States, has been summoned
i London by cablegram.
The Newt states that the str. Skide-
^jmT*W»-
warty 20,000 tons ef coal.
, A wte taken at Nanaimaoji Mpn-
lay on a by-law to authorize a.loan of
14,000 resulted in th. defeot'bf the
iy-jaw. ■-■• " ' ■    !
Thursday, the 26th inst, has been
ret apart by tlie president as a day of
*ianksgivii*g throughout the United
States.
iv •,-•• l-ffsiSbS ^P^'U^*
brick yards will be started and operated within a short distance of the oity
next summer,  b i.  ii lilhS il.tioW
It is reporteditliaU.QOQjien who
have been employed in constructing
the O.P.R. snowsheds in the mountains will be discharged in a few daya.
Befon; deciding on the plan of your
new Iiouse look ovor the latest architectural designs at Mr. Hill's office, MoKen-
,mbiM-J*-*nomywithi*Hity
,.'»,'<:>''•■->!•:      SHaW-taWlO
The Cowiohan Indian agricultural
show which took place laat week was a
great success. The exhibits, over 300
in number^r.w^tol^-^-^ised
all who saw them.
mth ol weather in
which ;rain has' been the prevailing
clisraoteri.tio, we are now enjoying
true Britiih Columbia' we4th«-a«lild,
bright and charming.
In the _U*»eWe 6ourt, Victoria, on
Monday last, the C.P.R.Co. was granted a new writ of possession for the
land claimed by Samuel Oseer on English Bay. Hie effect of this decision
is that the court 'does pot recognize
Oner's right to tho property in dispute. -;.'.-: . i    i ■ ■ ■
Mr.Uisbome, general superintendent
of Dominion telegraphs, has, through
District Superintendent Wilson, telegraphed all operators on the old
government line his "farewell, best
wishes," and.'states "thai he shall always ifeel. a de,ep intoresji '•§, their,welfare.!   '.....
This is the latest witicism willi whioh
W. S, Gilbert is credited: "It is easy
enough for bishops tofbegoodon a
salary of £6,000 a vear," said the
satirical dramatist, looking round on a
select circle of literary friends, "but
M" »ve to begoodror_)othiBg"—a
-"and some of us nre."
riff John H. McGraw, of Seattle,
has been defeated in his run for reelection for sheriff ol King oranty.
The enemy made good use of Sheriff
MoQrsw's unfortunato corelesinoss at
Viotoria,,when two prisoners that he
was bringing up ou theSan Francisco
Btesitier were taken from him.
■Oonctroiuii Waahington Territory
the Post-lntelligencer ot Tuesday says:
Tho returns from the Territory are too
meagre to form a definite, idea of tbe
result.' Voorhees is running ahead in
the Sound counties, and Bradshaw
iMttrn, I Iti* have- held, Ibe. republican
strength east ol the mountains. Republicans are confident of Bradshaw's
election, and the .central committee
clahns for him 1,000 majority in the
Territory.   The   democrats,, on  the
frmyi-are confident of tbe election
to " Tf;1;L
Commons Ei.EcnoN.--We are authorised to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is iu tho field as a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered' vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. " - ■<■■■•'■ ' :   dwoo26tc
Qoitb Tkub.--According to- a spe-
cisl to the Times, the citizens of New
Westminster are gratified with the
substantial progress their oity is making. Houses sre in great demand.
Xm; dwelling in.*.heci'y*is occupied,
and thoM being erected are rented
long before being completed. The
progress of the royal oity is substantial and void of any br.oming or inflated notions.—Times.
policy in medicino as well as ln other
things. Ay*'iftr-»_*i«1lla;l*». genuine
preparation, an unequalled blood pnri,
fler, Aidicledlj* MtpeMor to all other-..
Tid-biti tells the story of a conductor
on* slow.railroad who .told ono passenger that he had beeu on the road
for nine years. "Then said the passenger, "this must be your second
trip."
A train was delayed for an hour in
Troy, N,Y., recently;1 tad a drummer
remarked to the conduotor: "This is a
sort of twelve oun-wJaUi»|W(iind
aftair; ain't itl'-^^TrtlfiWSnoy
wait, you know." iypar.
The Tacoma News says a 814.00(1"
shipment of various kinds of fruit
,p»s»*j( through that city last
,fe5_J Hor New Westminster,
rhey were from Lake Oity Minn., and
cam. oval the N. P. R. v(: .iL-.i-.'i   £
HwvM* of UHW.'Wtewlnl
Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its value as a
restorer of gray hair to its natural colon
As a stimulant and tonic, preventing and
oftaa oaring baMae«, «nd .Hunting and
■ootUng Uio soalp, Its, us« (aimot be too
strongly recommended.      <,.,a;.., t   ...
Visitor-How old are you', Willie ?
WUlie-Six yearSOld.   Visitor-And
'_^ylH____fa___[^JF^li$^'i
lig bey like you, and not know when
old, Visitor—There, Willie! your 1ft-
a«JsUttt*W»»St.-«llWWas#il Ildie I
little sister—On hi. birthday.
irtUm
' l Snn! Fbesh. r- Mr. . Smither.
brought to thi. offloe* to-day several
buncheB of beautiful ripe raspberries
and blackberries gathered this morning in his garden. A gentleman from
Sumaa informed us yesterday ..that: he
bad large quantities of these berries
fully matured in his garden. Flowers
and house plants, such as geraniums,
fuchsias, etc., Btill grow and bloom in
the gardens without shelter, and the
weather is very charming.
 nr r—
. Rspuceii Rents.—Tho tenants on
the Kerry estates of the marqui. of
Lansdowne, governor general of Canada, have been notified that their
rents- may .be paid ou the basis of an
abatement of 20 per cent, on the November routs fixed by tho court. Lord
Lansdowne alio cleoided, in view of
the prevailing lew pjricet of live stook
and agricultural implements, to accept
an abatement of from 30 to 36 per
titit;. ,«n. the on-lnarr,... ngticultnral
rent, not touoh-d by live.toort.   .
,•.-: A CoMPJjmap*.—One of the jiiot-
ures of Mr. Sqbstt Hairii, of P. E.
Island, on exhibition at 'the Colonial
and Indian Exhibition, is used to illustrate, nu article on " Art ik, Canada"
published'in the London Mag—ine of
Art. The writer ol tbe article pays a
high compliment to Canadian artists,
and adds that "while walking:among
the Canadian pictures one can imagine
himself in a good European gallery
'much more easily than he can if he is
in the fine art taction of any  other,
colony," ,             -■.- *■ ".- .    *■.
-•    -, -i .... .——
Wain's Niw Map.—Messrs-Rand
Broa.Iu.va issued a new map of tho
district of Ntw Wettminsttr which i.
undoubtedly the beat work of the
kind that has yet been given to the
public. It contains many features
thtt were wanting in tht other map.
The boundaries of eiob municipality
sre clearly defined by colored lines,
and the New Westminster branch' of
the C.P.R, is shown. This map is
on sale in thit city at the store of the
British Oolumbia Stationery & Printing Co. (late T. R. Pearson A Oil's) at
the low prioe of fl.26.
", A Ooo» Papeiu—We are receiving
-Inf. all ijuuriera exjirsssiott of, 'sjitis-
Jigntana enarmmg. 'iS-'i1"'/*!    ,_* ■•• >'*J :i*-*
Miil mm tWtiM*sty Is the best 1,<",*in  •• the WBHtLV Ooiumbiak.
' _:.-_ *A Q..\.M—w.ll.nwM—        MH.. MBrtA^lu mImABaJ      At.it.
Subscribers are greatly pleased with
it, and do not hesitate to say so. If
I hose who take an inte'rest III tbe
paper wish tut give .a prnctical turn to
their grind withes 'J thev may'do so by
rtconunendinR it ito''persons' willi
whom thoy come in cuntaot. To nll
new subscribers who pay 112- for 1800
IkI'Weekly Win'oe'-sent^nr ihil-biilanct
of this year free; i. e., 12 will pay
from the present time to the 31st be-
cemlier, 1887. Any pewn getting up
a cluli of li no w -subscribers and send-
i|ik»10-Will-bf eulitlsd fn rircelve on
extra co[>y frbe. In all cases im'charge
will bs made for the balance of this
to
**♦**
f«i^S»i) Tii«i»K.—A London
despaich shys thut it the half-yearly
meeting -of the. ttockholdor. of the
Grand Trunk railway, held in London
•*ilit-2W_ ult., PriMilent Tyhjr, in
moving the udnption of hie- report,
slated that the poriod it oovered had
been the most unfortunate in the company's aiperienco. Losses had been
suffered from various causes, tht most
important of which were the excessive
competition in ratea, slid fares, tbe
aniAil-pnx in Montres), depression in
trndr, ahd 'the In'**prices nf brand-
siiittt. But I bitter'! times more now
appearing.., Trade wu improving in
the United States,-emigration reviv-
mgi nlfd It'warnnl'llkelf tbo road
wmild meet with any further insensate
competition from American railroad..'
""''" *i''-i_i--*-»ti«K.i---.-.--.«..*» '
„ A full line of. Canadian Hymnal, juat
f.mhWatT.R.Mtiwikdo.'S  jxi.7ttr
'J Cost op OootimW.—In a few days
Mr. Theo, Davie, in - tht supreme
court, will mora that an order be
granted for the release of lht three
Ohinese imprisoned two years ago for
contempt of court. It will be remembered that at the assises of 1884, during tht Hit) of a ' Ohinese abduction
case, Ah Pow, tbe interpreter in the
case, complained tu Judge Crease that
he bad been threatened with death by
three highbinders on James Bay
bridge while on his way to court.
These were Wong Sam Yum, Shin
Quon and Wong Ying. They were
arrestedand brought before the judge,
who sentenced . them each to six
months' imprisonment, one to a fine
of $1,000, and the other two to a fine
of|600 each, and to eontinuo in prison
until the fines were paid, The Hip
Sing Tong society of highbinders, then
recently formed, were a section cf the
Chinese element that promised considerable trouble, However, Mr.
Justice Crease's aotion had a very
salutary effect, and dampened tlie ardor of the remaining highbinders so
much that very little has since been
heard from them. This was two years
ago the coming 29th of November,and
the highbinders being unable to furnish the smount of the fine imposed,
still Unguis') in durance vile. An
effort is now being rosde on ' the part
of their friends to obtain their release.
—■CtAonlst.
■ Facih AS yillow a. that of tlie "Heat,
ben Chinese," In consequence of bile in
the blood, grow fair and wholesome-looking again when Northrop ft Lyman's Ve-
r table Discovery and great blood purifier
used to relax sonaBped bowels and
expel the bullous poison from thg ciitnla
tion. Rhematlo and blood impurities
sre also driven out by tt, digestion restored, snd the system benefled In every
'Way ita use ; -.,; ■ ;,  ,     |...';
• .Personal.
. Col. Walpole pf London, England,
arrived here yesterdliyand is the guest
of Mr. L. L. Doane. .,
Mr. A. F. Cotton who is engaged in
surveying the Dominion lands came
down, from Nicoinen to-day. Ho has
stopped work for the present,
Mr. Sam Adler of Victoria-arrived
from Granite Creek to-day. He. reports things quiet at the mines-and
aays.he has comedown for snowshoes.
Mr. 0. D. Rand has left for a
month's business trip to Montreal, St.
Paul, Toronto, New York, aud Nova
Scotia. The object of his visit is to
solicit eastern capital for the development of this province.
'Registered at the Colonial' to-day:
G. F. Kyle,. T. L. Higgiiiaon, T. L.
Eempster, Viotoria; D. T. Munson,
Vancouver; 0. R. Mason, Vancouver;
John-Kirkland, Delta; T. F. Sinclair,
Port Haney; D. R. McLainc, C.P.R.;
A. Buiming, Vancouver. ,.
 •-_»_«	
J. H. Earl, West Shefford, V. Q.,
writes: "I have been troubled with liver
complaint for several years, and have
tried different medicines with little or no
benefit, until I tried Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie On, which gavo me immediate relief, and I would say that I have used it
since with the but effect. No ont should
bo without it I bave tried it on my
horse in cases of cuts, wounds, ftc, and'
I think it equally as good for horse as
for man."
London Cablegram.
Low-mi, Oct. 30.-Tlio board of
admiralty have been greatly stirred up
by Lord Charles Bereaford'a alarming
revelations of the true condition of the
British navy. There has been some
talk among the old fogy disciplinarian
relics of past days to pats a resolution
denouncing Lord Chariot aa an enemy
to his country for exposing the weakness of the navy to the whule world.
The malcontents aro deterred only by
the knowledge that Beresford would
nuke .the wholo thing public and report with more detailed proofs the
frightful insufficiency of the chief
branches of the department, and the
utter incompetency of the whole admiralty systom in these days of naval
changes. The admiralty are afraid to
stir the matter any more than they are
compelled to, as they know that if
Beresford ia provoked into another attack he will expose or others will do
so for him. Astounding are the result,
of comparative tee's of English and
French shells fired (nlu various descriptions of British naval guns at steel
plates, with - backing exceeding anything ever known before in shell prac- -
tice with guns of the calibre as those
used at said . teste. Among the few
who are cognisant of the facts it iB
well known that the result of experiments was to demonstrate tlint the
strongtst British ., iiian-of-wnr afloat
could bt blown out ofthe water by
tuch shells, and almost before she
could, bring her superior guns and*
shells into action. The ailiiiii-alty^
however, are a compact body .of men
of high intelligence and marked ability,
and these have vigorously taken up
Lord Charles'memoranda and overcoming aU opposition are resolved to
make it the basis of real naval reform
root and branch.
The diplomatic view of the Bulgarian question it this: The fresh,
shuffle ot diplomatic cards since Salisbury returned from the continent re
BiL-EOTO-RSj
I   —OFV— .     .
Kew Westminster District,
HENTLEMEN.-As a successor to jour
latfi representative In tlie Commons will
soon have to be -: elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate tor the position. -.-.,. -.,.■•/
I purpose publishing an address In
which I will give royvlewson the most
Important questions a_*eot!nK your Interests, anil will visit the different settlements and address the electors before
election day.
In Polities, /am tmitstll be Tiionomm-
l.Y INOKfKNDBlfT. .  .   '
Yours mpteUully,
dwocJMo T. J. TltAPl'.
Inm Surer.
(Otrmpondtsoe ofthe Columbian.)
"The melancholy dnys liave coino,
the saddest of tho year," sings the
poet; and our hearts chime' in with
him st this time. Our fine summer
and lovely autumn have passed, and
the dreary rains of Winter nre upon us.
Now and again the fresh smuhino Howb
down upon us ss if to taunt us nnd
make the dull weather more gloomy by
comparison. The gorgeous golden and
russet tints have nearly faded from the
forests, and. little remains but brown
and green.—Tlie emotion is causing n
little, ripple of talk to come ovor uie
generally Binootli surface bf our settlement A little canvassing lias been
done, Mr. John Kirkland, who intends to run on tlie "farmer's ticket,"
-has been around feeling the pulse .of
—o .people. A meeting of the new
"reform party was held last Friday
night in Mud Bay school house, and
Mr. Jno. Armstrong was elected delegate to the convention in New Westminster. Mr. Chisholm's friends have
been working tho requisition a little.—
Tht Roynl City Mills have withdrawn
the .Gipsy from the Nicomekl Rivor,
and ill net stead a now boat,' the
Stella, has been plnced to tako the
bobmi,' Ac.,' froin:fltlft¥!ciml).'''''Thi>
Stella is a new screw steamer and looks
very pretty gliding between the wooded shores of the Nicomekl.—Tile Boyce
Bros, of Langley are engaged in
threshing the grain of Clover valley.
Atl'spem well satisfied With their .produce both in respect to quantity "and
quality.—Messrs. H.! H.' Mhekeniio,
D. Rowan, and A. N. Anderson, who
have been employed in the canneries
on the Fitter Rivor for the summer,
have returned home,
Ittyli
This Afternoon's Despatches
Ipeclal Io Ike Columbian.
i- Lokjxin, Nov. 4.- One of tlit Bulgarian tnbiUteirt hu written, to thi London
Times' correspondent at Vienna appealing" to Gladstone through the correspondent to again raise hia'voice on lie!.alt' pf
the. independence of Bulgaria, The Pall
MM OaxtUe speaking of th« mayoralty
contest lil New York says: "The vote
for Henry George is by far the most important political event of the day. It is
a message of hope from the new world to
the old, an unexpected light bursting
forth hi a dark place. Henry George is
visionary, an i.lealiat, and  utterly im-
Sracticanle. But were he ai mad as a
larch hare all the same the votes for
htm mean n protest against the rule of
mammon, and will give an impetus to a
discussion of the question of the condition
of-the people throughout the world."
The St. James' Gazette says of the vote
for -George: "It is a significant and un*
, pleasant fact that in tbe great American
oity of New York such a large proportion
of workingmen are prepared to vote for
tbe gospel of confiscation. The election
should cause all respectable Americans
to forget the trumpery ot party fights
ami political indifferentism and face, thc
new dancer that is threatening the common wealth."
Memphis, Nov.. 4.—A fire to-day at'
noon burned the Chickasaw Cooperage
Co.'s works on Front street entailing a
loss of 1100,000.
London, Nov. 4. -Dispatches from
Cabul say that the Ghikain have surprised nnd annihilated a regiment of Duranis
who were going to Cabul. The scene of
tho massacre was Mukuhar, 70 miles
south of Ghnzni. The insurrection started by the Gluteals tribe continues to
spread.
San Fi-ANCttt.o, Nov. 4.—Harry B.
Standerwiek, well known in journalistic
circles all over the coast, died yesterday
iu Santa Clara from lung trouble. He
was. 90 years old and leave* a wife and
one child.
Sofia, Nov. 4.—State of siege Iub been
proclaimed at Fhilllpopolies for the purpose of suppressing bands of brigands in*
testing tho imvu-ona of tho city, and who
are incited by Russian agents to deeds of
violence.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 3.—The trial of ex-
Alderman Frances McCabe, as to the
qetestlon of hia sanity begun this alter*,
.jioou In tha court of general session.
McCabe U one of the boodle aldermen
charged with accepting a bribe in connection with the Broadway railway franchise. Dr. Hammond, insanity expert,
testified that bis examination of McCabe
in Ludlow st jail on two ocoaeions had
resulted iu the discovery of several ^
symptom*- of insanity usually considered
infallible, but he thought the malady was
H"..» not liable to make the patient dnn-
gerouH, indeed, ho would soon become an
niil.wile and lit. thought he could be bet-
Surface Indications
"IVluit a minor would very properly term
"surfuro Indications* of what Is beneath,
are the Pimples, Sties, gov* Bios,
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions Willi
which ircrriilo arc annoyed In spring snd
curly summer. Tlie efl'eto matter accutnu,
lalcd (linliiit tlio ti-lnttr .months, now
ninkcs ils iiresenca jolt, tlirouuh Nature's
endeavors to ux|wl it from tho system,
wlillo it ranniiis, It is apoison that festers
Intli. Iilnirdandnuiy develop Into Scrofula. This eo'nditloii1 ciuises derangement
of the dlnmtlro uml assiinllatory organs,
with a feoliug of enervation, languor, and
wearhioM-oftcn lightly spoken of as "only
spring fever.'1 These are evidences that
Nature is not able, unaided, to throw olf
Iho corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital
forces. To regain licitttB, Natiiro must ho
aided by n thorough bliwd-purlfyhBHcd-
ioluo; imd noi Mug elso Is so elleetlve as
ers Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufficiently powerful to expel
from tbo system oven the tatut of Hereditary Scrofula. " > • v
The medical profession IndonoAvWi
Sarsaparilla, and many attestation! of
the cures effected by Itcome from all parU
of tho world. It iH, In tbo lHnguue of
tbe Hon, Francis Jewett, ex-State Senator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the only preparation that does
real, lasting good.1*
PREPARED BY    ■■    *
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Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for $5.
lioves Russia apparently fmm awmtw I ter cared for by his family than In
opposition on the part of Great Britain. ' 	
Salisbury's polioy nuw ia rather to
encourage than restrain Hussia guttimj
into difficulties. In any way England
loses nothing, niid haa both bands froe
to prepare for events beyond (ho Balkans. Consequently tbe opinion grows
that Russia will lie allowed to do what
she pleases, so far as the great powers
are concerned.
O. R. Hall,, (.my.ilie, 111,, •jhVh: "I
have sold, at retail, liUI Iwule-; uf Dr.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil, guaranteeing
every bottle. I must say 1 never sold a
medicine In my life that gave such universal satisfaction. In my own cane,
wiih a badly ulcerated throat, if ter*
physician penciling it for sowral drys to
no effect, the EcltH-trie Oil cured it thoroughly |n twenty-four hours, and ju
threatened oroup in, .my children this
winter, it never failed to relieve almost
immediately,"
Mortgages,' Decda, Leases, Agree
ments of Sale, and blank forms of nil
kinds, at T. R. Pearson k Go's,   i     *
Beautiful photographic n
views In British Columbia, 75
sot at T, R. Pearson tt Co.'s.
jwimnuiiju
eta. i*r
public institution. A number of
other experts gave similar testimony.
The district attorney expressed himself
as satisfied that the prisoner was Insane
and tho jury brought in a verdict to that
effect. I Mi'O-iIh) was then taken to Ludlow street jail.
Nkw Youk, Nov, 4.--John Mulr.gen-
erul traffic uunngei* of the NewportNews
uud Mii.sis.dppi Valley Co., announces
the ent'-hlishmt'-it of a new tiaiiBiitlaniio
uteamship line Mw.-un Newport Newl,
Va., and Liverpool, Kngland, commencing on Dee, Ist. Several of the steamers of the Puc.il line are under engagement to make regular semi-monthly sailings.        .
rAMtftttftm-i.
•'•fpr utr. KeHannc, from up-river, Nov. 4
-Mm Mli-hell A D children. Jos Prlsic, J
Derwent-P Wil«on, Ham Adler, H FCotton, A,Inneit, Vf Forsythe, J Stevens, H
Towle, Oeo Howison, ft Melrose, DOoJToy,
It TiHWNitii,.! Melt-Hie, A F Cotton, J Cox,
dim* Mondnn, H Whlttaker, Ben-Karaon.
Todd, HoMnwon, nml othen,
. There are it number of. varieties of
conn. Holloway's Corn Cure will remove nuy of them. Gallon yourdrugglst
and get a Imttle at mice.
The Confederation Lift.
The annual report of this solidly pros-
perouB.Canadian institution will be found
in* another column. Tbe facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums whioh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has de*
cllned to. embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of he-
t*een IV-and 18 per cent. A point attesting tne soundness of the finances of
the Company ia the faot that the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims—wliich in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities On
set forth' tn minute detail, and'the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of $282,199
over liabilities , and capital combined.
The increase In the assets in the last year
was $260,890.. So muoh for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, dr extravagant expenditure for the!
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson & Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columbia. tnl9te
White Bronze Monuments.—White
Bronze is t\ comparatively new snbatance,
and has come .into large use, rapidly, for
speoial purposes iii thia country,. It has
been found to bo so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn,, Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
theae companies, it bos bean found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period--it is practically indestructible. White Bronze boing non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is stated.
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of steam,
whieh' outs the surface, but does not adhere to it; A thin film of oxide which
forms on ibis bronze is indistructible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so tnin as to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it ia affirmed,
cau take place.—lioston Journal of Commerce. Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
other. myStc
cjT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
O ery Sunday at 11 a, h. antl 7 p. m. in
the Church, Ht. John street, below Royal
avenue. Scats free, all are cordially Invited. Sunduv Seliool at 2.80 p.m.
(fc28tc)
MBTHODIST CHURCH, Mary St,
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services nt
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Glnss 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays nt fl p. ta. Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited. * fc ' jw-tc.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Lennie pustor; moets In tbe Court Houiie.
Services ut 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Sabbath
School and Bible Clnss nt 2.30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strnngerscordially Invited. aplSto
»      ItVlON LODGE So, 9, A. P.
•»#V^ A A. M—The regular Com-
jt M munlcatlons of thin 1,-qdge are
A\r \ held on the first Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren arc cordially invited toattend 1). WILSON,
fo28-tc Secretary.
WHITE
IS RING!
500,000 NOW IN USE
And bearing the Highest Testimonials from nil who use them.
The Cheapest and Best Machine In the Market.
Call anil irxnmhtp llieni   before going
olsowhere, nt
Chas. J. Robson's
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D. Drysdale & Co.
ARE NOW   SHOWING  A
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,,,.  OF—
NEW DRESS GOODS
In all the Leading Materials and most desirable Shades, with
NEW TRIMMINGS TO MATCH
INCLUBING
Plushes, Rosary Trimmings, Metal Buttons,
.   Chenille, Etc., Etc.
%tW Our Goods were all purchased before the recent advance,
consequently our prices have not advanced and will be fount), as
usual, the very lowest'
New Goods now open in all Departments.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwocCtc ...    _ 73 Columbia Street, N. W. -
JUST ARRIVED
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.'S
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Black and Colored
j -Silks, -ze.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOPS, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC
Millinery tt Mantles.
I f\WnnW HnTTCT7     *V«- i-?*- amlisr, Oiir. CUwuUa and Man
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Fancy & Staple Dry Goods!
UNDERWEAR,
Hats and Caps,
Boots & Shoes,
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AT IHE
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BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
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lease uf tlm 1-tnlct-ry, lately owned by F. Kimble, on Colnmbia Street, anil Will keep
Uie two houses open for the acooinmoiititii'i- of Ilie public. They engage to supply
Ooods of tlie very best ilefecription mul .it tlie lowest possible price.
rGoods delivured'to all parts of tite City free ol uhat-ge.
tlwWto
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
IMPORTEIIH AND DEALERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY COODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
New Weatmlnater   Vancouver ft Vletorla, gitilj) Jritisk Columbian
(h^j.y **VclUi|jj? JHvemliejr 4. UM,
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
IOOf-6
Special lo the ''oliiuiblan.
San Franijisl-o, Nov. 3.—Joseph
H. Ballard, an elderly married mall,
ted suicide in a hotel al Belli*
o-day hf ■"lot'tliig himself In
frith • revolver. Caiuo, fieri .piriU end ill health. ?
New York, Nov. 3.—A schooner
whioh arrived to-day from Ohargres,
via Koywost, reports that on October
14th, 50 miles south of Dry Tortugas,
•he picked up ties captiiin, mate arid
four seamen of tlio baric Troasuroars,
from Barcelona for Huvnna, on a piece
of the cabin house, having boon five
dim in that condition without. foud or
'water.' The'captain stated that the
bark broke up and sank. Oct. 10th,
during a hurricane. The balance uf
the crew, seven men,, are supposed to
have gone down with her.
' San Francisco, NoV. 3.—Theelec
tion couut both in city and country is
progressing very slowly. At noon 32,-.
903 votes in the interior had been'
counted, giving'*'Swift, republican,-far
governor^' 15,1113; iMrllet.," deihbcM*-,'
11,104:,'Russell, prohibition, 1,030;
WiKgiuton, American, 1,804; O'Dou-
nell, independent, 693. Swift's plurality on this couut in the Btate, outside ofSan Franoisco, it 979, whioh if
muintained would give hita ojiluralHy.
in the stale outside of Sot. w.ranctsoa
of 5,000. At noon 14,272 votes had
been counted in the oity, giving Swift
4,840, Bartlett 5,544, Wigginton 6G6,
O'Donnell 298. Bartlett'a plurality
on this couut is G44, which if maintained in the same ratio throughout
the total city  vote  would give him a
;;-'MiWi**;'JojW,000, .leaving  Swift >
' faiiler Mi'lAfe »utire'<*i>to of   the state
,to .1,000 j; Tlie legfchture is (till in
-doubt. -.Both repuBicaiis and democrats claim A majority on joint ballot.
Tho count of San Francisco so far us
made indicates that the ■ democrats
have elected 15 state senators and assemblymen and the republicans 13, a
democrat gain of 4 in the city.
10p. m,*j2fiir'ji''!!. .nd towna in
the state*1 iicludlag Jj-San>- Franoisco,
Ri'S m, Mtiti^ts 't'o. m. i-M-r
lov*:i!*Swi*t,' 30,692; Wrtlett, • 'Stf,--
648;   Russell,    1,562;    VViggington,
, 2,902; O'Donnell, 4,300.
Ll'JJfe.-VWMEsylowa,- Hog' 3.-rThe
republican state ticket was elected, a
republican gain. The entire republican county-judicial tioket is elected.'
St.. PAni^Minn., Nov. 3.—The en-
tire .late' ticket has been elected in
Minnesota, by majorities of from 10,
000 to 13,000 on joint ballot. The
republicans will probably have a safe-
working majority in (hestate legislature.
Milwaukee, Nov. 3.—Though returns from the rural townships will
continue fri'straggle.in for several days
yet, tho general result is no longer iu
- doubt. The-rcpttbl'.mm have elected
Gov. Rusk by not less than 22,000
plurality over Woodward, democrat,
and it ia probable that it will turn out
lo be 25,000.
,     Oitiiu, Nov., 3.—Returns, though
1 incck-plote, ipdicato a roduced repub-,
Jtoaif pjnjhrity on  the' state ticket.
.. ltaitaojent* for the ttato ticket may
reach 20,000.
Denver,  Nov.    3.—The    returns
' • from Colorado aro scattering, but they
lJaicate the ela/!tion.of lll»'.euti*S W-.
publican slate tioket by a small ma-
i_&'   V
fcYoR«>Nov. 3.—The Pacifio
rors have appointed a sub-
, to confer with the Panama
. people Oil Mutton in dispute botween
**«hein. Director Loutoiback said,
after voting, that they did not wish to
see an opportunity of a'conference
with De Losscps dm. by. without taki■
ing advantageof it.    '■& '-'■*.,;''
Rangoon, NinV-.J.-A  deputation
has arsiyed   bringing a letter  uf submission from a powerful than chief and
requesting British assistance tn  clear
tho route to Mandalay of Dacoita,.
Commissioner of Police Gleason and
,.29 poljoemcn  were  surprised >t mid-
,    uiglii I t'i  Kyen Dwen river by  the
rebels and all murdered.
Berlin, Nov. 3.—Dr. Wm. Loeve,
member of tlie reichatag, is doad. He
diod at Meruit, in Austria.
Lokimin, Nov. 3— Heavy . storms
I i-Toviail thronghrrut Scotland.   In Ed-
'libuij; a uew building wa. overthrown
.  an4 thrM workmen killed and five injured.
BBiFAHr„N»v..3.—Soxtyn ha. beon
declared t'liicted to parliament for the'
western division of Belfust    The peti-
,*Jtii*J,'o' Mr, Hw'uw,;tho conservative
candidate, to havo the'seat'vacated on
grounds of bribery, has been denied
and the petitioner condemned to pay
- (Corti uf th. prortoding..
f\ AsmMo»N*l<I»«'a,*jfov. 3.—Acldi-'
tftnalwhiAis indicate that the tlrttjdr--
ity on the republican state ticket will
reach 10,000, and probably gu higher.
The republicans have elected eight
congressmen, a gain of one.
ToPfiju, Kan., Nov. 3.—Forty-four
c-untim in Kansas give Got. Martin,
republican, a majority bf 17,125. Estimating the remainder of the state at
I the aame ratio, the republicans will
hare ainajority of 37,000. The re-
publicans elect six congressmen and
'.   the independents one,
"" RioifMbND, Vs., Nuv. 3.—All the
returns received to-day 'servo only to
empliiiaizo the defeat suffered by the
-democrats in Virginia yesterday.
There has been a falling-oll' in their
vote throughout the state, nnd their
losses in ull districts have been almost
pliMitinfeiia'. Of ten congressional
districts ih the slate Iho republican,
oarry sin, the democrats three, and the
labor  party  one, being a net loss of
U file cus_*«eMiv<"-r i» ""»<• democrats.
, |J jNltf jViW«, Nov. "J,-, Return, from
New Jfcrsey show that It. S, (Jr'ccii,
democratic candidate for governor, ha.
between (1,000 and 10,000 majority.
Nina republican and  five  democrat
pjim^^Ms^ist
oorati, ft net democrat gain of three.
Boston, Nof. 8.—Bettuu from all
b«ttffl*tPWi* #V»W*>«lvo the
following vote for governor: Ames,
republican, 121,764; Andrews, democrat, 113,360; Lathrop, prohibition,
8,1-18. .The republican state central
comnitttee elaim the entire state ticket
except auditor and secretary.
London, Nov. 3.—The Lincoln autumn, handicap, distance about one
mile and a half, was won by the 4-year,
old filley, Mifls Graham. There were
0 starters.
Paris, Nov. 3.—President Grevy
nnd Pfenftf DeFrcyoiriet received a
dolejjafcioh or fanners' wHb came to
urge the necessity of a duty of five
francs on imported com. President
Grevy expressed an earnest desire to
asaist French agriculture to hold its
own against foreign competition. M.
DeFreyoSnet »iade a aimilar r»pjbtfiijo.
The: midget committee recoihmeiws
duties to be imposed on foreign goods
imported into Tonquin, but that French
products bo admitted free.
Pa>"ima, Nov. 3.—-Intelligence was
i^ceivecl •■jfoptevdiiy by'steamerof the
rev'olutidnhry movement in Esmcrel-
das, Ecuador, headed by Eloy El Faro,
who is intimately associated with tho
rovolutiou in ike republic, | He im-
prisonpd , the -government soldiers and
policbmen and established a govern*
mont of his own, which seems to be
popular. ..,--; • :     . j.
GoNoOBOf.K. H-, _Noy. 3.—Returns
from all but 40, towns and warda in the
state give Sawyer, Republican for governor, 33,432; Cognwell, Democrat,
33,174; Wjjntworth, Prohibition, 1,-
$8. {To*w;ns to hear from will increase Cogswell's vote so that it will
exceed Sawyer's The total vote of
■the -state will be lesa than OOjOOO, a
falling off of nearly 14,000 as compared with 1884.
$* A Republican majority in the legislature assures the election of Sawyer
for governor and a Republican United
States senator.
London, Nov. 3.—Morley's emphatic declaration at Leeds that there
would be no surrender of the leading
principles of Gladstone's Irish bill sufficed to suppress the threatened motion'
by a small minority in, favor of the
conciliation of the. unionist* and the
conference results*- Jh- widening the
brenclj between tfce liberals and?ujtttyn-
Isk' ThV policy &F the Gadsttrnfan
leaders iB largely influenced by their
knowledge of a closer alliance between'
Lord Salisbury and Lord Hartington,,
rendering all overtures for the con-
cilliation of tlie. latter futile. Since.
tiie cabinet council resumed Lord Salisbury, Lord Hartington, -and Sir
MicluttA Hioks-BMi held a long interview .oft the Inah policy. To-day
Lord Hartington called a meeting of
the unionist leaders to confer with the
executive committee of the libehl-
unioniat aesoeiatton; It • was decided
to hold, a general conference at London
of all' branches in the province to
demonstrate that true liberalism continues .opposed to Gladstoniau home
rule. Morley said if a union of the
sections of liberals could not be obtained without thc surrender of tlie principles of an enormous majority to a
small minority the only recourse was'
to fight the battle out. The majority
he said did not wish to proscribe individuals or to excommunicate sections
but the most contemptible men who
launched aprftteBtih favor of Ireland
of such magnitude and moment were
ready to agree that all should be forgotten. They would pursue the old
course still. Gladstone and other
members of the late government were
ready to receive a modified policy if
supported by solid reason despite tho
recent defeat of the speaker. . He said
he believed Gladstone to bo im the eve
df a triumph and that the liberal policy
was now rooted in the minds and con-,
sciences of liberals throughout tho
Country. This sentiment was received*
with enthusiastic cheers. Resolutions
were adopted declaring that free public Elementary schools should be established and" placed under Ule contf-ol of
the people's representatives; tliat reform of the registration laws was necessary and that* the land laws should be
amended in the direction of tlie creation of peasant land owners, At the
evening Session Morley said: This
afternoon meeting has added a fresh
article to the liberal programme, namely: un early settlement of the Irish
iniestion upon an enduring basis which
is only securable by granting to Ireland
ft legislative assembly of her own.
Gladstone will be leader of the pnrty
in' spite of a combination against him;
Ke {Morley): doubted very muoh the
gonuineneift of must of the nidical proposals which Lord Randolph Churchill
dangled* before the Brftdfufd-electors.
That sprig of Tory reforrfjpoujd soon
dry up. Though the govto-UBUWlt was
receiving kindly help ftom^Vradical
friend of Birmingham, he would say
nothing harsh of these'dissident lib-
ends but: he thought it their, duty to
insist on tfie present government dealing with the Irish question without'
delay, i Tory statesmen nnd newspapers now parade Ireland as freo from
crime. Why did they not hasten,
remedial legislation instead of. is Lord_
Randolph Churchill announded, -instead of dealing with other questions
first. The real meaning of the programme was to shelve the Irish question. This wns liiisery, and the pity
of it was that Ireland would have to
learn again the cruel nnd desperate
lesson she hud been taught a thousand
times before, that she is to bo treated
with harshness in the time of outrage
and agitation while nothing is to be
conceded to her on the ground of justice and tranquility. (Ohoors.) Sit
Win, Vernon Hareourt ascribed the
attitude of Ireland not to a firm Conservative administration but to remedial action constantly applied to Ireland by Gladstone and ho the reasonable expectation was tliat with the assistance of the liberals Ireland would
be dealt with to her full satisfaction.
He said there was no cause for dismay
regarding thu position of'the libernl
party. As to Churchill's bona, thut
he wus after all the only true judge on
political questions, was the.man who
called both hei-di and tails likely to
win? The government turned their
bucks on then-selves not only on tho
questions (if franchise, cloturc,lHiland,
Ahd laud laws, but even; un tfto-jijues-
ti.ui of (.their tuttigii policy. Tho Berlin treaty litis now politely shown the
door and Churchill has entered into
heavy recognizances to keep the peace.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity. Htrenftth and wholesomeness. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
ROYAT.BAKIN'i PoWftRK Co., 100 Wall St,,
Ne*jv*York,
Card of Thanks.
W. D. FISsiiS, Esq.', Agent Timvllers
Insurance Go,
, Dear Sir.—1 have to thank yon for tbe
promptness with which your company
settled my claim for Indemnity In consequence of .an ucptdent sustained by me
*hileSurveWnK at English Bay;- .
1 •>'-' liUltnnilly yours, •"
I docfflwl ■•■-."  -dHAnt-BSB. WOODS.
PUBLIC J^GHWAYi
Mew WcHtmtnMcr District.
, VTOTICE IS HEltEBY GIVEN that a
ll public highway In hereby established
along the southern boundary of Section
9, block 5 north, range 7 wont, and having
a width of 33 feet, measured tothe north
of said section line.
WM. SMITHE,   IV,      •
Chief Commissioner ot Lands A Works.
Lands A Works Department,
Vlfitoritt( B. C, October 2Uth, 1886.     ,
■     doc23w2
NOTICE
TS HEREBY OIVEN that application
JL willbemadetotheLeglsiatlve Assembly of the Province of British Columbia,
at the next session thereof, for an Act to
Incorporate a company for the purpose of
constructing, managing and maintaining
Wator Works ut the tormluui point of the
Canadian Pacific Railway on Coul Harbor
and English Boy, and for tbe purposes
thereof granting to the said company the
grlvllege of taking water from Cnpflano
reek, Burnaby Lnko or other suitable
points, with power to the said company
to build flumes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, ocquire lands, and do all other acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September 30lh,IS85. delttc
Fort Hammond Nursery I
VTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
ll your orders, If you want some of
Chose nice fruit or ornamental trees,
ihrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
about tne middle of June to settle up my
aJTUlre there and come out this fall with
the stock for my nursery hero, and will
select and bring your orders rlnht along
with me for this full and next spring's
filantlng, I will satisfy all both as to qua-
Ity of trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here ln the business so you will know
where to find me. All communications
afterthemlddleof Junemuy bo addressed
to me at Bowmanvlllo, Ont., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
O.W. HENRY,
my22tc Port Hammond F. O.
TiUfHOMtCALlHae.
Pi 0. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
5 sutral Uiiiit!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries Sc Provisions.
MJHDBOM'S BLOCK, Coiumbin St.
tlW-IUl!*tc
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED lias eatabllHliecl
himself In tlio citv ot New Westminster with a PIRHT-CLAW
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open for EugngcNUiU al
■    very Mwleriile Charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sen!
by telephone, will bo promptly attended
o day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
JOS. CATES.
Telephone No. 39. niyMc
I THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
V
kOTOU WANT TOBtlY OR WBl-i-1
9 rBuslncHR, take a partner tl*:. ;
VM#loal.
HE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
Iranfroquantity of ,'V*-   • '*-?i'.~i
i&'ISFWN&^Z
terminator is a pleaMiit ami sure cure
K you love your obfld why do you 1st It
,,nmr.jy_fp,o,t™,dyjs,"^,Jioiir nt hatiill
BEST \VELLI\GT0\ LL!«P ('OAL
And dn nssorf mont ot ,
Which he will sell at IcufMi rates. He
will also promptly attend wall kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McCOll'sstoroonCo*
li\mbla tttaet, or ut my house, Itouglas
ntredt, will moot with: prompt attention.
1-   ■ ,   HENRY ELMOl-IV
NcwWMtmlnstAr Bl (T, .   - JlfWte
msm
. '■', ,f ■■ [ lyhijpsale a)id TOtall
bR'OraffliTfti,
New Westminster. B. 0.
mhlOte
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPft.
1 OluBboauSt. and 16 Pali, Mali.,
LONDQN.    .,   ,    ,.,
*T10R INSURING HOUSES t OTHER
tf Buildings. Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and r-anniug Stock,
Ship, in For., Harborar Dook, ami th.
Crgoes of sueh Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals,, ind
Goods on lioard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries, \,_ j
FROM 10SS «B BAMA6K BI HBE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1,600,000'6T<SL;
'rRatesof Premium and every information con be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTBONfi,
Agent for New' Westinlii'>'*r.
-PRACTIC_U,-i
Has just received for tbe Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELR*
GBNTS'
LaQles Size Swiss Cold Watches
from $25 to $65,
Indies Slue American Stem*
winding Gold. Watches-, at
132.50.
BKMBMBEB-We do not sell "filled"
Watches and jewelry as solid gold.
Onr goods are gujinintced just as represented, and prices lower than any
other turtle in B. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,''
NEWWESTMINSTER. B. C.
ileplte
TESTIMONIAL!
riii    Vaiuouver, SSrdJum. 1886...
MR. G. ROBERTSONi :; '      "  ■■■
.,J      ',    " yohcouvcr! '.-  •  '
Representing Ooldle 4 MrCullocbj '
.,,%    '    "-    ",'! \ ".    t%n\t,Otit.
. ,Sir.—We tho umterattrnpd Vavjng Wjt-
nessed ttietflrrlblaflrewmcnwlWd ontof
•xlntenoo th* i y6ungi city ipf.Ynncouvn-,
which- wen i lint to tli* most iL-^rfl t*»t,
havlne beon Burrounileil hy lnr-^.-qiiautl-
WpsoM-wd and buaon. und wo uro pleimed
*fttpiitfiy%'tM"rihii?It*Hlb^afin^
■Which every Kafo sold by yon pireierved
it« oontcnUi.oot only booka and poponi,
but ulso ItionaundH of dollars In paper
money were taken out In porfeot condition. We can, therefore, with th? greatest cqn tldence, recommend IJtom (wihor-
onghl^ tfte proof: • [Ulu
L. A. Hamilton, for tho Omiudlan Prteiflc
-   Itallway'-imipftnyi   M. A. KaeUean,
HWMfM
' the Pence; .Tolm Boulthoe. Police Magls-
tralo, City of Vuucouvei': 'J'hoinuh llunn,
Justice of the Peace; Ihhiic Johns, Col.;
Kdwriril K. IinllA, Real Kstate Broker;
11. Hnlfour, Ald.rniiiu; John. Itrillkln,
Be« | Estate, Broker: :Wlhor A Ed«in
Roylil Hotel: tt. F.Vecfer, Contraofdr
C. I*. »,; J. W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouvor and Engllslt. Bay; V. 0,
Innes & Co., Renl Estate Brokers; A. W.
Bpss, Ileal Estnte Broker;   Gravely A
. Spinks, Real foitnto Brokers; R. O.Fer-
mison,Mgr.-O.B.KUIs.■■ ,J; JeJOte
The Colonial
STORf,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER.
Wwi. Ross
IMPORTER AND IIKAI.KK IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tho French Lenoir, fioodieir, Pink-
i urton, coehmno, Cmilli A Co.,
4rmcs liolden and Sinter
llontmnd shoe..
LADIEB AND OENTI.EMUN ARFi HE-
npeetfully invited toiiall und examine the stork.
C have nlso on hnnd th.
HOT<ILIiMDUn IrEATBU StkTtJS.
TIIIHT KM'E BOOT,
Which now take. lh. place of gum hoots,
JySrtc
PIQNEKR
FishaGameStore!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS AI.VAVB ON HANI) A UOOtt
supply of   ]
Fresh nnd Salt Wnter risli.
a-Jk.jM_o xstr UJA.ON.
DEAI.KIl IN HKINH ANI; I'El.TltlEH.
Plirchnsn will be delivered In .ny pnrt
of the f.'lly fr-e« nt ehnnfe. d*|l.v"lyl
JustJRecfiixed via O.
P. R. one,car-load of
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves ar^flrpm
the celebrated fl-rrh of
of U. & C. Gurney &
d,b.;c)tia.:ftkc'>«,'8ii
known to be the best
tt ttt^et-./'Pif-r
ties - desiring Stoves
will do'.JtyfeU'tipjftel ns
a call befpre purchasing elsewhere, as we
ete offering thejse
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
fOO-i tot tyco more
ear loads now on the
way., .,"..".,', . .  .,,
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
.'ilau!J*tc
COLUMBIA BTREET.
OJ-J
Iui|«-rtur ami Dealer in
■ msnsf:'(((;'! I|r.!)l!ii!
PE0VISI0NS.
Imported in quantity,
I :',    '".'  ; '. '■'■'.!,,!li
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
llii . II
.   '    "/   . -   .
The best Place in the
Oitytobuyypiairi;
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
'. '      Deane's Brick Block,
am mttimns, .%i
mh4 i
Wwir PHTiioum J*t Mm *m
6TARR KIDNEY PAD.
I "Treatment liy Absorption ha. for some
time been recognised liy Medical Men lo
lie the most simple nmt emvrin.l mean,
of eonvcylng to Diseased Omuls, 'ruurn-
llviw," but In crises of Kidney Disease and
Complaints nttendnnl thrrron, silceesafnl
treatment wns pmctlcnlily Impossible until the Introduction lof (lie Htnrr Kidney
rail. It oost. less thnn a single prescription end Is Immensnnlbly mere tleelsli*
nntl tfftetlte them nnn .mntltu 0/ Internal
JlfrdlWnol tloilnir. Worn tramodlately over
llic sent ol Disease, II. curative properties
become atwort-cd by the diseased and en-
fcubliHlOrgans.contliiuou.lynndillrnllv,
ns required to Inuiro In relilrn their hoii'l-
thy action nnd original vigour. It Is comfortable to Ihe patient and plewrnut In lis
I'llecU, and euros when nothing else enn.
Tha Starr Kidney Pad nimmplTshes posl-
live, decisive results. A mora valuable
discovery us a truo remedy for Kidney
Disease, wns never mnde.-Afrr'lMt (loiette
, The ainrr KM.rr rm, mrinufairturod
In Toronto,'I. a iiermanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladdor and urinary leentlv*
systom, or ntlendnnt uomplnlnts, causing
pnin In the small of the liiiek,s(dcH,ete.,
hroduolng nrlnajy disorders,such it.too
.tei|iionf,iKiinty,illmeilll, pnlnflll Oreonl-
nu.niletlirlllnn,lnnhllllyiifi.>|entl,miiiiil
kommentnry ilrllio, dropalenl .ymiiliiins,
«Hi..ilnn<illiiK the presence In thqsyslem
of dlBonsce epmnion lothe urinary seero-
WSlBf'SS&BP BLB'inli wraith of
the MaiMer nml pmmagir., ifrighVa di_e.se,
4MbdM,.dRiusy, plies, nervoMileblllly,
Wholesale Agenls. 	
try a. M.-HEmltrra nnn TU*.t-j*mTm
A CO.. New Weslml
LEY, ijiilnoijr. Ijindli
A CO., IIAHTlNl-IHHA	
VAN«l(IVER IlltlrlO'CO., VaBciinver;
W. E. MuCARTNEY .1 IIRO,. ViiMotiTor
iCNEE-
<WKU,
'  Till
«. .:. hi, r.A.r,,.: .  re iiivu., viiueotiver
nndlfii>nloi>ii.lJ,'KI.OVEL_.,rY»lei W.
It. MEl)AW,'P'rr"rvii|..y; *|. CU
tn, Kanjloops,   ,,„r,<\  1,   , f*ii
AlllCdr
waiyl
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMftS,
TABI.BTS AND CROSSES, POB.il-r
NITURE MARBI/E, 4c. •
Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of what they «lsh, can hive
design., prices, etc., furnished on application. All work gunronwed equal-to any
oil, the PaclOo Coast, apd ,at raasOnuSle,
jhtm.'' Ni-B,--*:NOn«>nt«%mpl')'}'ed.''ir-'-J-'' ;
fioMoh1 biirtif. tuiaMa,">."•;■"'
.Opp. St.. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
-.. -.-JJ-r :     r ...-mh-iaM.,; .,1| m ..:*J1       1
Importer and Denier III
; .iftttXDTSti
IWHlTlt I/BGUOKIIS,     . I
til -     :-;   LAHOtHAIlai,
While Crested Blank Polknrt.,
Ualnea roirta, J R.ne, Daok.,
 ,   , While P.klll Docks.
.<■■   ■!•■> •     ml     Wt<3.ni..,Houd.n..
D-klllnls and Eggs suppllod'at ltnr rtlw,
andnll slock guarantoetl.     .       11   i|T]
; ltoyal knmt, last of Donglai Bt.
,"' ' ' "ltitisU ''" ' ■"
Ifew Westmliister.coal Harfcor
and Seattle Boute.
l.-rr-nls I
loTjId
tJUj STEAMER
: >-r „   U. W. TABTE, Master.)
WiLLLteAVE'sfeArritE'feVilkY
Thursday Morning.11e'el«t, tat
Now WMturinster and Coal Hnrbor, via
Port Townsend ahd the Island.; naive, ut
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
lenves for Coal Harbor ahout two. hour.
afterwards; lenves COAL HARBOR Frl.
day xlgMlorScatUc.   j-T-jrujO
1 -    »a«r U Hraltle... _... HH '
11 Freight per u*,.„ _....,.'4.M 7,
Special rates to merchants.       aplOtc
A j Private
' •■s-s-.td
Boarding & Pay Pupils, Boys,
-   WILL BabpENED AT " '    I
MONDAY, ACGtST 16,1886.
THE   BUIUUNG    HAS   15' LAROB
HoomB and ti well furnished with
rpKlH,P1' Kri»t*s- Imtli rooms, Ae,, Ac
Exui'llcut ojJportUDltles for all klhdi of
ht-nltlifulexerclaeii, Including boRUnf and
bathltu-.       | ,.,,,.. . :';,.. j
Pupils will be made mfiit comfortAbl«
and thuli- general \relfare cHrefullyc-Oti-
ilderod ,.    ',■■ ,n, ■•■-,   ■,-.■•
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will bemulntulited.. . .
Exuelleiit faqllltlei. will be afforded for
lntii-uctlon In Kmllib. f«wMrreUl,
t'liUKicfli.nnd Modern l-awtuinf Subject*,
with laiiniM-riilal MKle.   ™'Fyr ^ TT }
Application Forinii References ond full.
Information furnished by *
BEV. 0. J. BBENTON, M. A„
'    Nkw WnmiiMitTKB.
JuueB, 1886. : ,       dwjlyiltc  I
,   . luted ljSitWl«-l tfJlYCfla tiibl* for
__iene bi'Autlful mouuinuiiti. .'Pull pnrttc*
ulnrniwto urlo-Jiiiud dcabfiu on appllcii*
ti«n. 'paw.irmwox,
Atthe FniltaiidConreetlnnorrSUire^p-
iwNiteCoIonliU Hotel, New Westmluiter,
Clotii! Clottg!
it ii'''1 ;.r.*"y   nil   l«   ,  merl_
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hit Ju.tR_o.ivod
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
X Largo Quantity of
Bjoys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cum ol American
FELT    HATS
Also,*lull llneof
BENTS'FURNISHINfl MODS
—HE NOW HAB—
Tke Beit Aiiortmei t Is Uc tUn
Line tf tr tiklklM la It»  "■
Wnl-iliiltr.
Xj_a.t*bst Bvrx*msm
, At Urwe.1 ivwlhl. Prlc. IwCh. '.',
Call Mrlr ut Make loar leleellaa.
— ..:t
twusmtitut m.tmt>t.a.   ■
COLUMBIA STREET,
ISlkH .HT "01 S)T«J1 inninglVM
. 'i'i   •*' ewllitviij r.i.,1*,:
irar. i
rlnol I *r>-T,n|:vV,Ti:.iY„- SSSJJSS
—IHtOStt-tS AMD DIMUa IlI-
BOOkS,
iiai8Mujoo ■■ i)i33.'. a
Stationery,
■"' T^onntr /I*.,
.-.&auc^ibooi
III] Trrj.?'.;? ...Tr-hi'.. rfl Jrr"
f :■' U' ib-i'iiH .gonf) "j!'I
The Largtst Stock 00 the Mi
.|«nA .-kn4i-.*iw-uffi-t,Jo™!*!
"'"Hoiise in' fi.jttsh ■'$£[
■■■'■■"■-■'Itttm^-''■■m.iit-.iO
Ull  »r Jrr      -.,...    Hi T)(fJ7:_l I '• .   J:,„.
 SOLE AGKNTS FOR—
* 1 aboiigml lo Jr.: roi.,!, h
-si*i,__n<iri(cf) 01
*    ,| Ol Bowmoville, O
And ageuU for all the leading Ameri
-■■'ifm-frm! n-wj PijiF ,?oh.i'd Ited'mtS od
r/ol.'rO     l.r    i' crr,.    ., '■     , . ,   ,r
■     RULED & PRINT
.ii - le am>* 00O.0S xUsss
Os th.pr.mUw, a. autly and ctea
mt*' __ ot)»i >t*i|tt*ii«j|;,0
Provinco. wnf-jril
"--AO-BITS! TOlt	
ConMfntlpn. Lift Auuranet C
....■.[i» imij. oimim tra flifl sme^ saitq
North Britiih tnd MtrctnUlt Fi
■'" liWahirarf'Cir. i •'■''''•' »! »i
 Agent, fn. Fint'OIas.	
nuu.Mi_uii.ui
.i)!i"ij-     oalBtfl iinifomnD   -uJT
inrriM kKcmrn.   "
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iilM/iirs«iii.,J..','.^'':' '*
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"  li sn lit*,   io gotaiban. nl .- iln.r
I.UIIII, run. HOKS,
Hoo'd I-.lJ.vr.wr  iu   ,noiJ  •
•WHS, IHIIf
■ :. .".i!! efloJi 'J.!-i ;t
And all kind, of Blank Book, aad Bl
Pomion buid,
il  n All tho I_-adl»|-—
letsp-vws
.    .AND,	
i vHIWIrllUt
muir l limit alti'Si t.oA'tf
K-tuUrly notind. MMriftat*
for ksy PibUarliM at o«M«'*Mm.
r r,;,l„v di .».& TOgiV ■litll a'lev
m Wo Import dlrwt t-wn suil
t«M,'w4;Wu_W» MtiMMrMMf M-
t—fot | -faof-rionmioao/ x^atr.ts
Hit ,uuy. trtii  'rJ'    v. J'     toliei
T.R. PBAB80N4<
•i vmii/I  Jnn hii/i ,ito\ oil'd -;t„i u,;
Weur, W-BMBlutor. B.
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