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VOLtJME 1
TaMday Evening, Sept,
Mr. A. F. Macdonald, the well
known railway contractor, is again
in the city.    In conversation with
representative of the Sun, Mr.
MacdonfH expressed his belie? that
the railway to Poace River would
certainly go ahead next. summer.
He sala that, Mr. Manning, one, of
the charter applicant*; ha«|'»Ijeel> to
London to float the scheme, and had
met with flattorin^ success. But
even if thoy did not,raise a dollar.
" e applicants ware Wealthy iniragh'
to boiJd *io«t of the line ;tiheni|ieWes.
All they, now wanted frort) the Do-
minioh government *bbI sj grant if
ten thousa/id;acres«{ land.por mile,,
the land to be selected in the Peace
River ■ Country. ' * Mif. Macdonald
said the company was negotiating
to purohase the old grade fron* Win-,
nipeg to Stony Mountain, off which
the rails had been taken. .The
amount, asked ■ ipc the. grade was
J$25,606"per niile, which] was regard:
ed as a pretty high figure. Mr.
Macdonald said tjiere was no doubt
but such a rand would piy. Starting from Winnipeg it went to the
Narrows, where plenty of salt existed,. Thence put to Fort Ja Oorne
and 6n' to "ilac la' Biohe', Where pe-
troleum flows in abundance, i - Pass*;
ing,the south shore of Little Slave
Lake the hue goeB'on to Fort:Dun-
vaitani ion the • Peaoa Ry*et,[flni
skirting the south shore if the Wvefc
it goes Onrto Fort Simjwon. With
the Hudson's Bjiy. route'men A"
branch could, be' built.',-frptn' Fo-t
Dunvagan to Fort Churchill, and so
the ; greitt products'• it the! Peace'
River., pountry .oould be sent direct
to Europe.—Winnipeg Snn.
Aj. certain clique^' in Vicioria
head-M! Byr the Colonist '.&)ttgniii;
airinjj.ttt,) selflsh j hobfy of ;mak jog
Victoria the, only pott of entry for
the southern portion of tlie provinoe/
The .hobby is being brought forward
this time with the American tugs as
a stalking hbrie.; The-i%i 'Preii
is certainly in accord with the principle tliat local enterprises should be
encouraged to the utmost, w'iethier;
thatrenterprise is the towing of ves-.
selslup and down tha water way
between Nanaimo aiid,tho ocean or,
the local nines and kindred industries.1 . rBut. * While admitting! this
iieTthe, -tht Press"sp- ~'~
f
NBW WK-pj%I!!BR, R 0., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1886.
NUMBER 61
M-.I4BAN, M.D.    ,
pice —MoKensle St.,
Lockup* Rksuirnce—Agneefi
—* ofMr. Cunningham"..
oast
Jaaotc
oslte the
, first door
New Westminster, B..C,
H
JI. COOPER, B. A., J*. D„
rays]
■ _?k$__Wl ■•-•
OFFICE and W*StDBMt»-Oh*t?oh 81.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia (^Mew Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE'H0tms-lto 10a.m.! llblMld
y 6,30 to'8 p.m.  Calls ln town and country promptly attended to. fejJJto
E
iR.'W.'.w-iiiH.'W''
' : DBiTtSt',
TT
New Westminster, B, C.
Colonial Hotel,
apJBto
t;
"foW'AL stfftOEOS
#rallons - performed In ,a
!:..:
.Office at the Oolonlal Hotel,   dwaurto
C.1
, BROWN,
r IOffick—Over D. 8. Curtis A Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St, New Westminster.
, Honn-ttoU; MM* ft ..■:.■
Wiil vl.ltChilllwhaok theflnt Monday
and two following daya ln each month.
' Teeth painlessly extracted.. aul*
rtSKBOIlDyl Met Oil,
;       •; BABRIS"*RS, ■'■',
SOLICITORS, KTC
Offlce. Mckenzie street, New Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. C. JySldwto
W
NORMAN BOl.B, .
BABBISTBR.AT-LAW.
LandAgent Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
se2to   ; New Westminster, B.C.
1LBBHT J. HILL,
Oivri. EUGINEBR,
Land 'Surveyor, Prauajhtafnan, ete.
. OFFIOE—One door Nortii  of Messrs.
Corbould A McColl's, MoKensle Street,
dw-seiatc
,,       WALTER J. WALKKR,
,  »nditer,Aeeo«n«ant,*c.
Vrfl   ft.    JS. le. *._*? ..Jf A.     J*.
Oolonlal Hotel, New Westr. dseiamS
A    R. HOWSE,
A,   Formerly Howse, HIU A Rlokruan,
begs to announce that ait wUlreeame business as =1 '[
"  sarv*V*>A IMI (stale BrektraM
.   ;-, ."?■"«•#*»y*4*«>'.'     ... _■
On and alter the air* Inltant Omc«,Now
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
selSto   >     	
the mtans stiggeblied byl
hobbjV•Wthtf^Bsent tii*,.^3K
In™eW^'n®1p>rts^^i,-'
fy *}<ft^« jM» #&**§&—■
to the great advantage of ^he ship-.
in£' m YhewaniU* I interests'Ibtrf
fVf**»l owtj*-** aii-1'j-e can.
P'ngM
those,
imaginV M*"1 tettatle A^gdiWont beil
add5«i*dr!to «toH">l'whyriyfa|ioWsA
should;ber the onlf port ot^rjr for
the pvin-g.ijirfii aa* than vj*-*W.
i produce arguments! .showing thtt
Nanaimo sfirald 'be th** only pOto bf!
entry;,, with Victoria ai}i	
" rttflai kiitWoi
min»( ___f
said d^-ie *J» sincere in thejij wieh
to protect the local .tug, boats, wliipli
we wry Mdrtldoubi; lirely a moro
practical. and) less, objectionable
soheine could be jlropesed than
olosing all the ports except. Victoria,
The towing interests an lii\this case
made to do service, to assist the
clique to obtain their selfish and
self-iggrstitlising ainjs of making
Vicioria the toll gs/s, {to the water,
way dfBritish Oolurnbia, idtli memi
here, (-fjtrhe: o}-qjie .finding,: &gi,-
atirelv speaking, with pistol in
handi demanding, like the Jtollgtto
man ofiold, ao many dollars beforo
a shijl I Would be allowod to pass on
to Nanaimo or.Burrard Inlet.. Thu,
can It' the bntjr oBjeot 'the cliqtt'e
haveoipjiirjflir, fo»tifc thjBy -»**»['*»-
earliest about, the local towing ih-
tereM-1,1 ftey nrttld'! suggesti ttat la-
foreign tua-to enter, with artow,
which huW'-MtsMkslUeii
cargo, should of necessity clear
from a foreign port direct for Na-
™*muyf^ii*r'lft**^M*:
hay* 't-rWW tlie 'MessiliihterpeK^
To**iis«dft>i6lt tH«he Hkboni aut
therrrplWir.M Nr,*i»ii*n0|-witfc)J|«r».
oargo, i. e. her bw..,, Tli»j*-t^i)d
practically throw all the towing of
vessels to Nanaimo and Burrard In-
*&&tt&M^
to fte 4ner«*itHe M-testa of Ni-
"mWA
are.ii
the  selfish b»i»eition they hive
port «T«fttiry;i(iit ti*«».*i"0-/inoe,:*»d
take other stepeitoiprateot our local
tug industry.—iWHUOM* FM'iPms;
''*"" •"■'■'■ ''"■»'" '
—,  J. TRAPP,
cl.       .':■!;!!- ; inM [JOO
n   AUOTIONK.F.R AND APPKAISF.B,
CnlumblaJStreet,..,.. New ffaitmlmter
o. Mcdonough
WONT STREET, HEW WE8TMINSTU.
Dry Coodt, Crooerlea,
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots & Shoes,
te, to.
THE BEST GENEBAL STORE IN THE
CTTY-^TRYIT.
Farm Produce taken at highest prioes.
 '*    dw-Jly31te
AUSTIN BRIGE,
».-& Builder
PUni and BpeelleMlons for ill
kinds of Buildings carefully Prepared.
.TOBBING'-SJ-ATLY AND CAREFULLY ,BXjECUTKD; ;
. All orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
the Bhop ol W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. je9tc
J.A.GAWLEY&G0.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill __
Pnmp Factory
At POPCUM, are prepareil to execute aU
Orders promptly and to the iattifactlon
of their eiutomerf.
All klndi of TIRNINO Atmt tm order.
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
J89WS ;       ■•■' POPCUM,&Q.:
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STREET • VICTORIA.
^LQ-eUJN-TB   (OB
North British and Mercantile
IiuurMee Vo. for Nalnland.
H.C. BEETON* CO.,
86 Finsbury Cirons,
London, E. C.
All commissions will receive prompt
,d careful attention. Beit referenees
iven wheu required. mhia-tc
Itl lil lllll
m\Mw
Wel BOUSS ad EfflM M
Rent and Debt Collector.
SBVKRAl (I00B FABM8 FOB SAtt
Ageal ror tke TBATIUBt UK aad
J ACCIDENT inainANCI 0*J*MPAHT,
J^mwtf-ttm
OFFICE:—Ferris Street, New Weatralh-
iter. , teite
fodsjilllaie
IAH0 SBRVEMS,
Real IJdtfe, Insurawe aid
Commission Af-ents.
'IRE, UFE, ACCIDENT A HMINE IK8UKANCE
OOLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone 88.
XliW WHTMIMTU.
delotb'
RAND BROS.
TJIIAL B8TATB BROKBRI,
Conveyancers, Collectors,
-lit!" T '.;<^!WiW!*""!"Wi'!fW*W
Dfllcesat VIOTORIAl Fort8treet,   |   •
NEW
t-At-cWvatJi iloT-iovr' atreet.
JUILDINQ t/yis for snloln all sections
of V»i\e.uvefand Now Weetmtnrter City.
"*AHM iANDBio»Jidoerlot'onoll'y for
jwilrr  atJCWIllwliaoll, Port Hammond.
5an«ley,'Mitetiiti,'B-|niaS; Mud Boy.'Lai"
jner'aiLandlnfir, Luln Island, Sorth. Arm
andHtf.IMJff?,!,,...,, ,,,    ■,;..,. ■■ '„■ ,
'' Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
eel tarnation fumlslred atall ouromoes
: ,u„j. J*fflC0i»DrBfW> ■   ■ ■ '■
locale or to Rent   ,u
ON VfiRY FAVORABLE TERMS.
Apply to the
D,Oi 8TATI0NBBY* PIUNTINO CO. ■
r dsolllttir  J    ! ■" (I,AT«i T. It. PKAMOlf A CO.)
Cream & Fancy Cakes
and only coe^ejuji-dU-iiii?!, tjwenty-   FM1tT STREET, 0->.e. P. K. **>«»».
fifecenta.      r"-n Tm\    '    "* " .iWi muTo-i itl#Jfee.r   ilirs iiTwn
He    KEaLKS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS ^D
, Cents', nisses' and Cltlldren'.
■seta, Blues anil Gallon
Mad. to Older and Kept op Band. .
COLUHIIA ITlEET,    *    tt-fiimn WU
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
mhlte
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON.
MauufuoturfiiB and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
■NBW W^TMIlJSTER, B. 0.
    dw-Jlyfllto
THOS. OVENS,
.' MANUFACTURER OP
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, Tatent Locks,
Safee, Sewing Macliines, Ao., Ac.,   i
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Its branches.  Farmers', Loggers',
. HIU and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything tn the
. blaeksmtth if ne made to order. '
Having secured flrst-class workmen, we
feel confident of glvlnff satisfaction.
SV Horse-shoeing a -specialty.
dw-Jly81tc]   Columbia St., Now West.
W.t, AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
■ '■ -ANDrr .
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ZE=Ca:y and Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AND COAi DEL1YEHED TO
1,,<;A'ii/#rAlCTMtt^«-CTnr. ■
We run two stages dally, except Sundays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
Ai no liquor or tobacco is used we con by
temperate habits and careful economy
serve the' publio at especially low rates.
dwseSOto.
P. CRAKE,
FURNITURE
W.PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTURERS ANDmt-^LERS IN
Al.t, KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
4A-TO shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy.
Columbia Street,
Call and examine our stook and prices
before buying.   We can't be I'NUUUOM)
In the oity.   *■-—--■-—*■-■■ ■-■-*	
done,
Repalringofnll kinds neatly
W. imOTHEKO & CO.
J. Gv BUNTE,
Importer and.Dealer In
1
Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw
Mattresses to Order.
Blankets, Chamber Sets, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper,
Baskets, Bird Circs, Flower Pots,
Hanging Ba-..;ets, Pictures,     ,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
Pictures framed and Repairing dene
to order. Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
PIuiibo givo usu call beforo purchasing
elsewhere. J, G. BUNTE,
Opposite Postoffice, Columbia Street,
aplfto New Westm Inster.
P. PEEBLES.
JiW. HECKLEY
Peebles! Heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITUEE
MANUFACTURERS,
'  :—AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring und f Ml H»ttreise* xM
Bedftlnf* alwajs 01 band.
HAVE ON HAND THE
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF HU
XITIIRE OX THB HAINLAXB.
Estlmstcs for Office nad Store Fillings,
All experli'ticerl upholsterer lias lioah
engaged by, the llrm, who are> now prepared to do nil kinds of work InJhc upholstery Une. Jilyaic
SPEWOE'I BRIDQE, B. O.
WE BEQ TO INFORM YOU THAT
wo have leased tho Morton House
at 8penoe!s Bridge from Mr, Hurray and
that lt Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. Wo would respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise if yon
will favor us with It to do all we can to
satisfy you in every respect. Mrs, Reid,
who has had muoh experience, will attend to the culinary department.
i,  We remain, yours respectfully,
REID iii NEFF.
r- '
MtACTICAL
LEATHER &FIHDIHCS.
AU Kinds of Hides and BMns Oak
I and Henlack Tamed. ; r
CASH PAID VOH HIDK*J AND SKINS.
On hnnd always n gootl supply of Leather both ot my own manufacture and
imported. "•
I havo secured the-services of Mr, Wm.
Burnett1 to superintend the custom re-
^tmmmmsmsi,
_     Columbia St., Now Westiniuster.
•; s fdw-au2yl)   \\
WALSH
The Model Tailor
ColumbU St., Xew Weitminiter.'
HAVING jttBTRECEIVEDOim NEW
Bpring Stock, we Invlt. Inspection of
the finest selection ot
Crm.a,
*■* Amrleu
rsmik.
SUITINQSI-^«|
Ever shown in New WestmlUHter. We
haro-ieettred tho sen'lcei of Mil. HUGH
O'HAOAN, iv practical Cutter who has had
long experience In London, Paris,and the
leadlng*jniten.oitli;M,ftnilforatiOODFIT
and artistic style we defy competition,
mttSMe THOS. WALSH.
.PIQfoEttl*
'AS ALWAYS ON HAND A OOOI)
"upplyof
WM. H. VIANEN
H'
fresh snd Suit Water rish.
&___■_ XXT BM—JBOJ*.
DEALER IS SKINS AND PELTRIER.
,' Purohases will ho delivered III'any. part
jlof th. City free of' elinrge. I      rl-JlySlyl
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA r^THfH,    JIM WESTMIHS7EB.
ODB|.ll«tunllilla> AC.*..
SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH,
{Ss—aa* MANAGER FOR SAVAOH A
tl   ,3-VM*, MONTRBAL.    ;.   •'
/    jwf r-*w      j     j".   •;:■:
thrmwetert, Bepeaten, Chrono*
(rapherr, and ill *(lnc VTateb
rep»ln i Specialty.
"A NY ONE HAVINO WATCHES whioh
_\ hnve been llijuiwl by incomnetcnt
watch repairers can be made cqunl to now
again. JEWELRY of all kinds mude and
repaired. All work warranted; charges
moderate.   Estimates given froo of charge.
Md .Ilie*
Semttf ekitept/w
than mj other h.nse In n. €.
LADIES'SOLID 13 CARAT GOLD AMERICAN STEM WINDING WATCHES,
accurate timekeepers, ft**; usual prioe, 1*6.
SwdeRc :
JWKT«BKsTK-
NATIONAL
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
Capital,  -   $5,000,000.
t,     '   L- *   .     '■■•,"' * .'■
ESTABLISHED A.D. IB22.
Rates as Low as Any
Other Company.
DRTACUD DWKLI.IH8B. {per cent.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dsolOto —.— —UTT.
SUN   LIFE
OP   CANADA.
Business ofl885."-Mfe Department.
Income, $319,087.05:   Increase, $41,007.-10.
Assets, «1.*111,0W.33; Incrense, 9130,007.09.
New I^fo Applications, $2,008,071,48;   In-
eteaee, 8707,329.30.
. Lifo Policies in forco, S7,V30^78.77; In-
Crewe, $1,086^-17-1.78.
ACCIHGNT IWPAKTNRNT.
By Introducing Its popular Uncondltlon-
nl Life Policy tho Son -showed ltaelf one
of the most liberal Institutions of Its kind
ln tho world. It malntnlns this reputation by following the same course In Its
Accident Department. It offers to the
public Incomparably
TheMg»t liberal, MndRhtthmMML In-
technical Accident Policy In Existence*
Tho following are a few of the points of
superiority:
Fiktkkn Days of Grace are allowed.
(Seo condition 1). No other Company in
America allows one hour.
HoNUs--Should no claim be made for
five years, the sixth year's assurance will
be allowed free of charge, If the age Is
under 05. (See condition 2). * Very few
other Companlesfflye tbl* prlrllene.
PoLiciwf Not Voided by engaging in
a more haeardoun occupation than that
assured against. For particulars see Policy. This advantage oan be obtained
hardly anywhere else.
Kesidesok — More  liberal  conditions
than given by any other Company ln America.
R. MACAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. President.
A.E.IMRIE,ac„cr0lA,™tJoiW(iBc
JiyjSMc
JOHN O. McI.EOl), AWBt,
*N»wWMitmliiiiJ.r,'B.C.
BOY WANTED.
AN> INTBUilOKM?   BOY   WA-NTED
to learn the printing busltiesa. Apply
nt his offlco-. dauCTfc
The Gas Company
respectfully rafiorm
thfe public that they
are prepaw^ to do
;Gas,Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent wit(h gpod w;Qr^T
nianship.
A supply of E&
TURES,   GLOBES,'
&c, are on ,^w%.
__T Orders may'' bis Ktft at1
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
il*Jly»Ilc : MANAGER.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
TT AVING TAKEN P0S8KSSI0N OF
XI the "Temperance House."fronting
on Colurabiaand Churoh Streets;opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at tlio following rates:
Board per day .'. $1 00
"     " week ,6 00
Single Meals. „..   26
aa-Good accommodation for Ladles and
families, *   myfitc
GOTTACE TO RENT
IN A TIM ASANT PABT OF THE OITY.!
Applyto
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
FOR BALE:
lit,  ACRES-IMPROVED  KARM.-
<t-\3    Easy Tenns.  Applyto
W. a McDOBQALI.,
JnlZtc El|in P.O.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tlie I.ANO-
ley Baw unil Planing Mill: mill in
good order. For particulars Apply on the
premise, to H. WEST,
O.r, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
-'"- AHBLMCKEN, Vlctorl-.
Land for Sale!
PETWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOO-
Jj sand Acres ol tlie rery best Alder
bottom and Prairie Land, In Township it.
New Westminster District, will be sold
hi one blook or jn subdivisions, to suit,
on vciy libernl terms. Apply to HENRY
MATHERS, New WMtmlnslerClly.
  dwJIyiMniS
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN & DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental trees,
Ladnkr's Landinq, B. O.
rE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
Form the people of British Columbia
he has established a N-arsery at Ladner's Landing, and Ih prepared to fill
all orders fur Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training In the business, and having a
fiermnnent stake In the country It Ib his
nterest to deal fairly with the public. He
wilt wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention,
aul2to B. HUTCHERSON.
"BLUE STORE"
BOYS WANTED.
ITpWO sWaRT BOYS WANTED AT
A onoo lo sell the Dully (Inlumblaii,
Apylynt.ThlaOfflw. daullte
The only place on
the Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
*J*-*All Business Men and Merchants
should keep this time, as Steamboats aad
Trains arrive and depart by the same.
3TIR8KY,
WATCHMAKER,
Columbia St., New West. dwauSyl
For Sale or To Rent.
r.E UNDERSIGNED oflbrs a Farm (or
fdr sale or rent Also. Hlleh Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a/ew roong
Horses, There are several pairs of good
steers that would mako excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls ln the province. The stock ts atl
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSdN,
mhSte MountLehman P.O.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, be*
tween Mary and McKensle streets, now
In the occupation of Capt. Grant; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuablo City Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mod Bay. ''ul")   ■
80 acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
74 aores of valuable I And 2 miles from
City on HastlngH Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be out
Apply to  -s
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,..
Je23to     Land Agent, New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT, DICKINSON,
PUTCHER*
Hcirl? Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel.
NEW WESTMINSTER
TBE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of al) descriptions ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, and supplied to Families, Restaurant., and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Just Opened.
i^l:toii^aiSk
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
,r.lli*MPM«Mtv. 1
NO, M tlOftUMBrA HTItKET, I
ilwau*c     nollrM.ll's SUnrllallillnir.
FOR^SAUE,
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANES
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrouf.
the premises. .Apply to
E. A, WADHAMS,.  .
de23tc Ladner's Landinj;,B.C.
For S-Gtle!
(ON EAST TERMS)
6 spin of Work Hones,  -
10 Cn-mies,
6 Teen Males,   :
4 Saddle Horses,
a yoke Work Oxen,        J; -i
1 Currlige Te»n»,
1 Piano In uood order,   .
3 innp Carts with Iron Axlet,   tm'
A number of seeond.kiiKl Wkeel
Barrows,
1 Baekeye lower (new).
1 Ithlen Hny Rske.
For particulars apply |»
mylWc
Auotloileeri N. VT.
Ever) Man to his own Hslness
■Ml'ACTrO*L:" ' T*l.l
I
COty.MBIA   ftTMJHSni
(OPP, COWSUL BOTBU.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  Bi C.
rhyilelans' Prescriptions and faa-
Ily Ke*4pes a Specialty.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drag. used.
Over twenty years'experience.    mrt*r
NOTICE
JB HERKBY GIVEN that nppneatlon
Will be mndo tothe Legislative As*cm-
yof Uiorrovlnoe of British Columbia.
nt tho next eeSBlon th«*wi-WT »l*A«trf
Incorporate a oomiiany for ihe purpose of
constructing, mnnRgluganrt mnlnialnlng
Water Worfiw nt the terminal point ot tho
CaiiadJnnPHaWlcRallwai* mi Coal Harbor
ana English Bay, antl for the purposes
thereof grutlne to the said eotpmrfy the
Brlvllwe of taking watw from Capjleno
reek, hi '-* *  """ "    -**->-.
joni„ ________ ,	
hnd things necessary for tbe purpose*
aforesaid.    ■ ■ '•   * * -,f "'1 ■"
.   , EBERM'A.TAVLOR.      :. ,
Solicitors fotApplicants .
Dated September mh, 1885;'    ' deOte
Public Notice
mHK undehsigned (thakkb.-TQ
I the klndriesit and permission of the
Ua
ro-opem-il the Public Ltbrary.ai
this opportunity to oflbr'itti Invitation to
the kludiieBs and permlsHlon of thi
 ciljtwo weekSi-ino;
>ml tAkes
Mayor and city Counoil) two weeks!
TO-opem-il the Public Llorai ' *■*
rnsldenls at Xtm Wosl minster to pay bim,.
a visit.  Papers and MagazlneH from kit
liU-potImis. ore Kweived for natrons jumI
visitors, aud more -wfll he added in cage a
i-easounble support   Ifl  obtained.    The'
terms aro WopnUninonth.Vft eavamoi,*»
papers. Ac, arc paid forin advance.  This
will ninoimfwaiwaea mnn aatag^or the
post of own lea r (orsaven daysnernUislon
to see news Trom nfi over tMWoHdt and
elegant book* .which, may.ba abtng^l
overy M houml Tliew is no compulsion,
about this, but tlioso Vho belMvtflii fitting In out of the rain aad who ean enwy
a ilocent Are will doubtlessappreolsttttifl o
Institution. Ladles and Btranjiersare frea,:
so doubtless all thc parties who believe In ',
Blue Ribbon will come forward atoMe1
and join this attractive aftMr, both for
their own orodlt and thot of others. Corns
one, come all. and yuu will be-attended to
by one who can soap all classes,vl*'.*!   !'■ < '•
i YoursRespeAftll*,' >™      :-r. i ,i'
HENRY W. HUGHES.
Nayf:West.,A\ig.^JlJ8ll..   j ,,.   d«u»o guilt) §riti«h Columbian
Tuesday Evening, Scpl. 88. 1880.
A New Bepnrtiire.
Wo refetrt-rl' the othoi-'Say to tho
fact that Sir John Macdonald had
publicly expressed his disagreement
with tho Toronto Mail in reference
to the course it had been pursuing
towards the Kouian Catholics. Immediately following this announcement tHe-'MaU published a declaration of independence. It declared
that' it was not tho organ of Sir
John or of any party, and that it
would "continue" to maintain an
attitude qf strict independence—
just as ii it ever had had an independent moment in its existence.
But there were still greater surprises in store than this little piece
of political legerdemain. The Mail
has followed up its declaration of
independence by boldly proclaiming
•'Protestantism and Prohibition" to
be the cry with which it goes into
the approaching electionl It has
for months been riding the Protestant horse, It has asserted that at
Ottawa, Toronto and Quebec the
government machinery is controlled
by Soman Catholic influence. It
has asserted that there are men
drawing large salaries in all the departments whose appointment was
made solely because of their religion.
It hasisauarely put the issue in the
coming' struggle on ' tho basis of
religion, calling upon the Orangemen and 'Protestants of Ontario and
elsewhere to show their colors and
their strength, and to stand up for
their faith against the encroachments of popery. This line of policy, it was supposed, was adopted
by the Jfotibecanse of the indications thatthe CatWHo vote of Quebec woiiltl go against the government i on account oS the treatment
imd.iBxecution of Riel. If Quebec
was going to kick the Conservative
party overboard any way, the Mail
thought, nothing could be expeoted
from that quarter, and it was the
best policy to make the most out of
the. iPitotestant element. For this
reason a bid was made for the Protestant and Orange vote. But the
Mail, has jgone further: it has actually taken up the Prohibition cry!
and itJappeals to the temperance
people tor their */otes and their influence. This is a genuine surprise.
Hitherto the,' temperance people
have looked for little sympathy or
encouragement from the Mail And
its pSrty. Indeed-the fftooehas developed into a very outspoken temperance organ, while the influence
of the Mail has been on the other
side. The whiskey "ihfluence has
always been counted for the Conservatives in Canada, just as it has
been reckoned for the Democrats in
the. United States. The ett'ect of
this now departure may be very different from what tho Mail supposes.
If it and its party havo honestly determined to go in for prohibition,
that new plank may prove strong
enough to carry the party to victory. But if the party adopts the
Mail's scheme, it will find itself onr
cumbered by many perplexities. All
Protestants are not ill favor of tern*
periuuejintor art all Roman Catholics in favor of the liquor traffic.
Indeed a great many of the most
zealous and successful': temperance
reformers are members of the Roman Catholic church, and that
chureh- -has more than once pronounced in favor of temperance. ■ If
the Mail had taken Prohibition as
its crj, and Joft Protestantism out,
it would have gathered to its standard large numbers of Roman Catho
lies who hold .the cause of teniper-
nnoo in higher esteem than party
politics. But with the Protestant
bannet- floating from the' same mast
ns that of Prohibition, every adherent of the Church of Rome will
put the interests of his church foremost J and vote against the Mail's
platform. A contest under such n
flag would not be a test of the
strength of the temperance party
at au, for the vote would hot be
divided on the Une of prohibition.
Besides, it. is not nt all probable that
tho Conservative party will accept
the MaVJi soheme. If it does, it
wil) not only lose the Roman Catholic vote, but it will lose the whiskey
vote;.of which it has hitherto had
a very large majority. Iiionor deal-
era will certainly not swullow Prohibition for thc sake of politics, and
the liquor influence is A considerable
factor in an election contest. Three-
fourths of the holders of liquor licenses in Ontario iujo Conservatives,
and each of these men controls several-votes beside his. own. ,': We
should'foe 'glad to see the strength of
the temperance vote fairly tested,
but tljkrWltt a***! iwqpiiiplisted.by.
the Afm'W^i** departure.'1 'It isa
mistake, too, to make religious differences a political' issue. It will
intensify religious antipathies that
are, • now threatening to destroy the
unity' of the empire, and embitter
personal hatreds that ought tobe
buried under the command "Thou
shart love thy neighbor as thyself."
Mrs. Barohart, cor. Pratt and Broad'
way, haa been a sufferer for twelve years
throMh rli-Stm-atUm, »«il has tried every
remedy ibe could lvsar of, but received
no ban-fit nntil she tried Dr. Thomas'
Eleotlti Oil' she say. she cannot express
the *#faotioa «h» Ms at having her
painentirelywmovedend her rheumatism cured. ThMe arc base Imitations ef
this Medicine for sale:fjM that you get
Dr. Thomas'Eleotrio QBirri-
A!faU llneof Cana«i*ii Hymnals just
received at T. R. Pearson ft Co.'e  ool7to
PRIVATE BOARD.
DOAIU) MAY BE HAD IN A PRIVATE
O -Family—third door nbovc Mr.IAwls'
IJrir'ltKlllith Kllnp.
iisoHu-i      Mils. .i. a. Mcdonald.
A MEETING OK THE SOCIETY will
bo held In the City Hotel on the
evening of Tuesday tlrrr 28th instant, at 8
o'olock. JOHN SPROTT,
ilrri'JMtd Secretary.
Telephone C»u No. 6.
P; 0. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
.eiiiii Hsrtbliss!
Dry GoodB, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
I.USDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St,
dw-nuJtlc
Cancellation of Reserve
NEW WES-tMINSTER  DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat tiio
Reserve plnecci upon Section 4, Block
4 North, Range7'W'e.st,liiia been cancelled,
and Mint three months from tho dato
hereof the land will be open to purchase.
wm. SMITHE.
Chiof Commissioner of Lands * Works.
Unds rind Works Department,-
Victoria. H. C, Sept. 1st, 1884k    dflettnl
1TOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE IN-
1 tend to upply to the Chief Commls-
(Honor of Lands and Works for permis-
slon to purchase land situated at Village
Bay, Hoskyti Inlet, Valdez iBlnnd, and
described as follows:
Corainonctng at a post driven about
twenty eliaitis along the shore easterly
from the mouth of the river on tbe left
bank; thene-- due north about fifty chains
to tho hike; thenee along the lnko shone
westerly nbout -III ehnins; thenee due
south to Villago Bay; thence easterly to
place of beginning; containing about ouo
hundred acres, more or loss, exclusive of
tbe Indian Reservo contained within the
above-mentioned boundaries.
Royaj- Cm* Pi-aning Mn.i.8 Oo. (IA.)
. JOHN HENDRY,
July 24,1880.    . (Jly28m2)        Manager
Globe House!
WM. RAE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FINE SELI5C-
i  ■        -        TION   OF
MEN'S   AMERICAN
FELT  HATS
FAHHIOXABI.E HIGH CROWNS.
—also—
Children's and  Boys'   Plush
and Felt.
NEW BLANKETS,
QUILTS,
FLANNELS, AC,
COLUMBIA STREET.    ilwmSOml
Wall Paper!
WE HAVE RECEIVED THE LA1*G-
,     EST AND BEST SELECTED
,.„.,.      i^ppjC OF  ,
WALL PAPER & BORDER
Ever brought to this city. Parties hav-
ing houses to finish or repair cannot
afford to neglect an examination of our
splendid stock of
XEtV-fc BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS.
*5T Our prices are lower by far than
heretofore.
WE  HAVE  ALSO   RECEIVED  DIRECT . FROM YOKOHAMA A
CHOICE SELECTION OF
T-E3 -a- js
Which we purchased for cash from firat
hands. We can offer unusual induce*
ments to parties desirous of securing a
pure, fresh (irtiule of Tea.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM & CO.
ilwso27tc
CHARLES MURRAY,
,.      CLARKSON STREET,
opp. Rcjistry Office, New West'r.
Signal!
PAPER HAHCINC, GLAZING, KALSOMIHINC, &Q.
WALLPAPER.
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on haud at bottom prlees. Ham-
pies on view nt T. B. Pearson A Co.'s
Store, Columbia St. Paper kaaRlnf at
specially low rates, dselSte
TcutH-r* Uttr a Urease lo eut Timber o*
Dominion Lnnds In the Province of
British (diitnililn.
§EALED TBNDEH9 ADDRESSED TO
tbe undersigned, and marked "Ten *
r for ii Timber Berth," will bo received
at this Office up to noon on Wednesday
the 1st day of December noxt, for three
tlmbor berths of fifty square miles each,
moro or loss, numbered respectively td, 17
aud 18, situate on the west side of the Columbia Biver, near Golden City Station
on the line of the Canadian Paelllc Bail-
way, In the Province of British Columbia.
Sketches showing tho position, approximately, of these berths, together with the
conditions upon which they will be licensed, and tho forms of tender therefor,
may be obtained at this Department or af
the Crown Timber Offices nt Winnipeg,
Calgary, X. Vf, T,, and New Westminster,
British Columbia.
A. M.BITUOEHS,
Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior.
Department of the Interior-
Ottawa, Otli Sept., 1880. dwHcMtu
MAINLAND
PY/EMIA
Is thc most virulent fonn of Wood-poison*
)ng, Less speedily fatal, but not less certainly so, Is the vltiutiou of,tho Wood of
wliich the first symptoms ore Plmplw,
Sties, Boils, and Cutaneous Eruptions. When the taint of Sorofulpkgives
WiiriiinRofitHprespncebvRutihindicattoiis-
no timo should lie lost in using Aran's
Bahsapamlla, the only perfect and roll-
.nble medicine for thc purification of tho
'blood.
SCR0FUL4
Jt ii foul eomuitlim in llic blood tlm' "Ml
out nil.tlie uncMncrv 0/ life. Nothing
will onullimtc It from llm svrtera nml me.
vent ils transmission lo ' ulftprlnj* but
AYHit's S'liK.u'Aiin.i.A. This prepare,
tion is nlso tlio onlv onu that will climuBe
tlio lilooil ot Mijiirui inl poison and tho
taint of Contagions Diseases. Iuipovcr*
ishtJtl blood Is productive of
AN/EMIA,
A wrclclii'ilroiiilikiiii Indicated by Pallid
Skill, Flaccid Muscles, -Shattered
Korroa, and Melancholy. It» irst
symptoms nro Weakness, hsnnar,
Ijoss of Nervo Force, nnd Mental De-
'ei'tion. Its ciiiirsi:, unchecked, lead*
inevitably to liisniiity or dentil, women
frequently sutler from It. The onlj metll-
line thut, while purifying (he.bipod, en-
rlchon It wllh new vitality, and Inylgorrt*
the whole system, ts
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PKF.I'AIIED BY
D .J. C. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mass.
W. to" Dgwrtjts:.vtustn;t.
Six bottles for IB.
y.
(Successors luff. R* Lewis,)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
iii
Horses, Carriages and Stages
Supplied at all Hours.
PKIVATE HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
KKPT AT BE A80N ABLE RATES.
HTABLKK-Nirrlli Slilo Columbia St.
Telephone No, IH*
OFFICE -Opposite Hunk of 11.0.
dsellto Telephone No. 33.
FIRE3
PHENIX
IIUMCE If
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
(ORGANIZED A. D. 1858.)
Capital,    -    $1,000,000
Losses Paid.over $23,000,000
/ETNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford, Conn.
, CHARTERED A,D. 1810.
Cash Capital, - $4,000,000
Cash ftssets, - $9,192,643
HOP LEE
HAS    BKMOVKD     HIS    LAVNDR**
From Front Street to No. 51 Columbia St,,'
opposite Thos. Ovens' Blneksmlthflhop,
where lie will berried to see bta'oldcue.
tomers. diuiSOml .
Js-ayonrTB.
•JSTOTICB.
Policies are written in the
above Companies at NewWestminster without reference to
Victoria'.' ,!'j
RATE ON DHACHED DWaLINCS, S PERCENT
WOODS, IUBKKB is BAMBLK,
'■■'"'■ ktt.ts forNewWnlmlnlter
C'llrnid IMMrkl. dscOml
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Are Prepared to Supply nnd Rretit
Cas Pipe* ,
Gas Fixtures,
And ovorytlilng reliillng to tliU brunch of
buslncHS.
)• Experienced and competent meu
only employed, and work unnranteed
flrst-filiw-s In every respect. I'rlccH ai low
aB anywhere else,
K. S. SG'OITU-Alt A CO..
d-Jly31tc '.    Colu«\bUSt«e|.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
finnranlcn Capital	
.,.*l,NO,«M
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOMElJOMPANY,
»Sa>THAT'S«r
'I "*•
WANT.
I
III
$1.25 -'
OF THK-
$1.25
DISTRICT OF
Thit, Association merits the
confidence the Public, is..iepos-:
ing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders Ib
imsiirpaHsed by any Company doing busl-
jiessln t'a-aadn, '•<
It ban no sohemos of insurance, but the
wel 1-entiibllulled lines, hence tbe policy
holders cunnot be misled as to their contracts.
Itt) statement* to the publio can be readily undentood, its cash itntement ■how-
ing every item of Income aad how cxpen-
Its posit ion lsusceriuined annually from
_ detailed valuation In which every item
oflfaWlltyislncludod.       ,^    ..   „.„
Its progress has been tmexampM In
the history of insunincein Canada.   I
Its policies are indisputable after three
years, and non-forfettiible after two years'
extstence.
Its prodtt* are distributed upon an equitable busis. The profits to one class oi
polioy. holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method ationls superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Literal CoadlUon* aa (a Besldeace aad
Trarel.
J. K. MaoDONALD,
Managing Director,
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westmlnstet
Je7-2m->alteraaU.
Price, J^1.25.
, i ThisMejplia^ been produced at
grent cost, ana gives u vast amount
of information never befool available respecting the most important
district in the Province.        "*"'
Land Reirlstrj Ordinance, 1870
lot II, Block I, KrtH, BlMk II, KIM,
BlMkVI,Ull, BlMkJX, 8aMllrlil«.
Sparta of Dlnlrlct Ut No. U>| Lol 11,
ock xxvn, soMiiriiioB ti, part or
Dlatrlcl lot No. 1S», aad BlMk M. part
oroiitrlirl Ul No. sua, la Ihu Illy of
Vancoaver.
WHEREAS TBE CERTIVICATE8.«F
Title of John Calllrrtflr to tho above-
mentioned landB havo been lost or destroyed, und application has been made
for duplicates thereof; Notice Is therefore
■hereby given that such duplicate certificates will be issued unless cause be shewn
 ,ry
the date hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
-■   Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
. New Westminster, B.C., llth Sept., 'SS.
dsellml
PITT & QQ*.
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
' ,1 —AliDrT*,'   .■'
General Commission Ag'ta
VANOOUVEB. B. O
LOAkS NEGOTIATED.
fe27to
GENERAL
ODMPIiETE STOCK OF
6R0CERIES
-AT—
BOTTOM  PRICES!
iin
ing,
AT COST OR LESS!1
If you want Bargains.
CALL EARLY
ilw-jlyitlto
1 The new Map shows the latest
survejs, tJhs, latest roads, tin line of
the G'-F'-jR, and extensions.
BOY A COPY.
VICTOR PERPETUAL
Bay BaflH^ Press!
REID & CURRIE
.Ml! .-r-TOI?',THE—•'
PACIFIC CARRIAGE WORKS
TTAVi-V PtRidHASKD THE HOLE
II rlfiht to mnmifncture then* -Selebrat**
edHny BBlllu-f Prenseain the Province of
UrlllHh Coluinliln, und are now miuiufac-
turliiB them «t their inuniifnetory, Columbia St., New WestmlrtBter. Farmeraand
otherHlnterefited are advised to cal land
nee those preBies bofore purchiiRlngelHe-
whero. They lmvo no equal for economy,
simplicity and efficiency.
With thin Press there is no climbing up
and tramping in the hay and climbing
down again and pulling ont the bale, iw
with the old-style presses. Everything Is
done on the level ground. Yon don't slop
tho team to tie the bale. The Nio is discharged automatically, mid moves Itaelf
on to a platform scale to be weighed and
tugged.
It is the cheapest Press, besides being
tlio bost; so every farmer can attbrd to
I havo ono of hts own, and It will save him
It* worth in one season by reducing tbe
high rates of freight ton minimum, and
by avoiding low of time and vexation
when you want to bo balling hay.
REIT) A CURRIE.'
dwse3tc
—♦■■*•»»■♦	
lt
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I
1
1    1 li 111
III 1 lllll
r nil II
1 UOVUI
PtJBUSHBD BY        ••
RAND BROS.
Deal
Estate, Insurance
financial Agents,
and
NEW WBSTMINSTKI*, VANCOUVER
;;>HD VICTOBIA.
.      FOR SALE AT
T.R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
np24lo
fr*^,*!^',^ ';;- ' '■' '
tBeceivedvlaO.
one car-load of
P,
Stoves
and
Ranges.
T^&Stqvps,are ppqto,
the celebrated^rm of
of E. & 0. Gurney A
Oo. aix care weJl'l
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
■way,,*1 ■ '■•■: ,   ;!;-:
E.S. SCOULLAR ft CO.
urmtjitit '' "nii (i6i,*yMBrASTRERT.':'
What Ph»iioi*ki Sa» AMUT thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
Trentment by Absorption has for somo
 r  Medical Men to
...   ..„ pnijtUuul means
of conveying lo Diseased Oigaus, "Onra;
lme
bo tho most simple
taot-tHMrt --iy Medical 1
Compl alnti'n turn dan t tlirremi, saccessfal
treatment wns prneticahly Impossible nntil tlie Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad, It cristti lesx than ft single prescription ami.is Immeasurably mow iteokiw
and fJfcclUr titan »w quantity nf internal
Medicinal drainti. Worn Immediately over
thottcntoflilseaSe.lts cnrailvt>pniperllei
becomebbwirbctl 'by the dlseatettnnd en-
fecblcdOraans.couMntiouKiy-anddlreotly,
its required to Insure In return their liehl*
thy initio h and orlglflhl vigour.  It is
fortable to the patient niid pleasant	
(flffi'olN, nnd mires wlien not 11 lag else enn,
uistwvory ii--.ii nnv i
IH«»i*fc\^IH-vcrre.i,
urttm^-iMm^Ptii
g(
fortable to the paJiont. nnd pleasant In lt«
•effi-ulf-, and (Hires when nothing
The Htnrr Kiduoy Pad accomplish-ill posl<
live, dcelslvo results. A moro vnlunble
discovery us.a true ivnieily for Kidney
-t«Us>iVOMH*
nY.t.teemtet6t
diseases, disorders and nil monts of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
;,ff,riWBtl8iii"!;?K,»,lw,';i5f:
prodnring urinary tllKordeni.sneli iisloo
frequent- suanty, dltnouU, pulnful or eopl- •
ousmiclurltion.iuniiilliyorrclflhubnaildl
sedlmontury, urine, drnpHiciil symptoms,
nf ffrKwoflMWravon to the utiiinty Beer*'
tlviMUKiity*--known uu gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and purges,tlHEht-sdlaonso,
(.'()., Wholowili! Airents, Victoria, Helall-
ed liy A. M» HEltHINOand D.8.CUHTIH
A CO., New Westmlniter, and T. MoNRR*
T.KY, T.ndnor's r«nmllng, dw.m-!Siyl
w&m
JNO. HEID.
WH. CURRIB.
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. C.
REID & CUMIE,
*l(tv ..." . r     ,*-■:.,(    r
•*L^AVirNO''t'-(ittC«ABEI» -i-htil'
il ■raiUiiDgbuilniultt-'y carried oa
by W. R. Lewis, (nd tlie PuiAo C«r-
rlage Work., curled on by Johnston. It
Smith, we are pretend to niMiifibtJiire
••'WjPt.i ,-...,inn;  ,.i. -o ,„
Farm
Carriages,
,:"'
Express Wagons, ;
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Ancl^verjjjlijnjjr ;!• ,t|i? vcliircle Iin t
on the shortest notioe and nt reuB-
onnblc pricei. -   •      i .-.
Wu also Wp in stoolt tlio nliove
articles, anil all kihdl of Wagon
and GarriiKe Material,:.
Rcpalrlm*. PatntlhK S Trim-
mini* done at reaionable price*
!   BLACKSMITHINC
In all iti Wanches, farmen', tig
gera', Mill and Contract Work, and
Horseshoeing undertaken, Agricultural Implement*, and everything
in the blacksmith line made to order.
.. We also keep in stock tit aupply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Goal, Chain, Horte and Ox Shoes,
Steelund Iron Harrow. Teetlijj Harrow*, Springs, Axles, and n coBipfcte
stock "of Oarrtage' Hardware.""
j   Having leoulwl first-elaas #ork
|jiie**»flfl loel oontiileuit of giving sat,.
Isfaction.
All material and work leaving
the shop will be guaranteed firet-
class. Orders from the oountrj
promptly attended to.
HATING PUR-
chasisd the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &c.; of the Es- -
tate pf ^pp Bros.,
we purpose offering1
to the Publie YERf
GREAT  INDXJCEr
MENTS. "in   thjjs;1
branch of the Business, which we'trust
will' ^ecute the pat1
i*onage of those reside-
ing on the Mainland.
W6 have bpught a;
large and well-seieot-
ed stock of Shelf
Hardware, in tlie
ieastern jnarkctsFOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
lew days, -0ft oijl1,
assortment, wiU be,,
we consider, second
to none in the conn*;
try, anii will' be found
complete' in all: the
following, i,branches,;'
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut '■
Saws, Pairite; in all'
coi^.ioiie-3:t„Rfir:;;:
Linseed Qil (English
and American]/ Dry
CdlMbi".''^, .kina^, ■
WaliP-a^erandW^i*-
dow Blinds, Oakum,
Pit^,Giaiil,lMa,sfing i'!
and  Spiting :Qutl*^
Powder, Wi^atic
Caf|SiBr'ttsli!eS''''in*
JPaiiit, ' WhiteSwash^x
Scrubbing; :*M$MX,".-.
-Dandy and Whisk,
and a   full line of
Table. Iind   Pocket
Cutl^yi^,;:,::,.-;:;;
■ihite .   RBIB 4 OUR&II
BOYSWANTfD-
TWO iBMART  BOYR WAKTEIl ; AT
once to (tell the Dally Columbian.
Apjily lit Till. Offlw, ll.iiUla
We purpose doins
a CASH BUSINEU
and a)l orders intrust--;;
ed to us will be sub*-»'-■■''
ject to a cash, .jdis-i'r>
coiij-ftt of'' J5 %$ "C0H.'
•—bur motto; being
"Small fronts; ane
Quick Retu&sl'f ,,i}
ThnnkliiR the Poblieftener*""
ally m tke liberal pniroiue
•ccorded lo us ln (he past, we . ,i
trnrt t>r strict attention !•
bnttneu to merit • «oatlnn«
•n^oflili^ftaii^fi.-';3.
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•fohtmbian
Taesdajr f vcnlag, Sepl, M, UM,
For Sale 1000 '•b.rRkand fau cheap.
Apply at this offlce. aplOtc
Go to Ogle, Campbell A Co.'s for
Men's and Boya-' untfofclothing, Socks,
Fall and Winter Millinery, direct
from London, now opening at James
Ellaotjaeo's. ,8Y0 1      d°e23t«
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying"
business: cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner is Gamble. JyMtc
For Men's, -Women's, and Children's
GossajaffniH' and all kinds < of , Hubta
goods,  go to Ogle, Campbell A Co s.
on   o'dsUJSwJj,.   biii   Mi.
Capt, Peele called onr attention to
the thermometer to-day, irhioh regie-
tored 08J, observing thst this was " a
perfect day." Bldlrilil
Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Fca-
thors, Flowers, Wings, Tips, Aigrettes,
Ac., for Fall and Winter wear, at Jas.
Ellard & Co's, , d«e23to
A glove wllbh was evrdently1 found
there is pinned up in the postoffice
Any one. wishing to invest in a
Trunk, Talise, or Tourist's Bag will do
well to call and examine thoso in Ogle,
Campbell A Co, *» stock..     i1»b23wI
Before .leclcitta^: in th'-i-pUnU >ur
sew house look ovor the latest architectural designs at M*'. Hill's ofiiee, McKensle St., and combine economy with utility
ind fe*iity.,,\ ; elU J .'   :$*,Wl?ta. ■
Mantles, Cloaks, Dolmans, Pnletote.
Jlsters, Capes and Jackets, for Ladies,
Vs.* " dse28to
In addition to our new stock of spring
ioods we have opened an invoice of
Model Tailor.   Hbrbert Walsh, Man-
^m&aWCoi
ine cattle were driven over from Port
Moody last night, of which about 40
_. <w teiwfjterifc^ii iffl»wj(*i!«
The balance are for this oity, Nanaimo
ind Vancouver.
The Yosemite took down 2500 cases
lalmon to-day from the Richmond cannery for shipment-east over tha Northern Pacifio.   She wu detained at the
thi-lfWg TOIMWg'olrtt fflvffi''*
The .tenacity witlvwbich people abio>
by tieYrWWK^'K^
la can only be explained'^ tit* fai*thtt
it is the best blood medicine ever used,
and ia not approached iii excellence by
any new candidate for public favor.
The following special wu received
Australia, and Wallace Ross, of New
Brunswick, Ross was beaten by four
lengths."
A train of ten cats came' -lowif' last
night to the Royal City Planing Mills
•vitpk'••*';'J*-* .»*R**M some of
these oars will bo loaded with lumber
for shipment east to-morrow. The
rails are laid nearly io theVeniiies '«
tile Italian, who ia now blocking fur-
thent^NUI. SB Idl!  K0T8U
When symptoms of malaria appear in
suy form, take AyeA'A'gneCure at elite,-'
to prevent the development of the disease,
ind 'ttlAih* oiitfHeaWMs restored, ss
t surely will be by the use of this rem*
sdy. A,;dtr-e ie vir»*miiteaih'eYery!i'l-
itanee. XjwiI *j ten
From Portland comes the news that
Jeorge Anderson; president of the
Jccidental Packing company, haa dis-
ippcared with, JM* ,fj | <#e com-
>sny s money. When last seen he was
n Victoria, and it ia sui
last via the Canadian B
The cause of his downfall wu gam'
•ling.  _-C!'CA ■-,
The railway bridge over False Creek
^^IfWtke^y tt
irivate proporty owners to compel tho
rbove hirji«do!ra'»n«loi»nl> height vtn
lermit the passago of small tugs,
wrgos, logs, otc.,-butjt will block the
lavigation of the croek to all kinds of
ailiiw*ei|tf*,-T.-*t-Ws,,r!> ,,ioJmi sY,.B
._.   Ill  IHUB-rlMi:. ,).[ Juito (.111. ,rr-
The progress of menleal enlightenment
ras led to the abandonment of many ••*#*--
iquated remedies of questionable value,
nd the adoption of newer and more ra-
overy and Dyspeptio Cure, the justly
Bio Fruit.—A fine exjiibit. of fruifc
|Wt Komloopfl liiifc vecfe-fimf'we Co-
limial Exliibition, London, England,
comprising apples, pears, Bquaah, tur-
nipB, and watermelons,. Homo of tlie
appleB weighed 1H ounces each, while
one squash tipjied the beam at 60 lbs.
Samples of Chilliwhack pears measured
9-V and 10 inches iii circumference.
This exhibit no doubt ..will open the
eyes of our eastern brethern, as to
what British ColumbU is capable of
where labor and paina, are resolutely
applied.— Kamloops Sentinel.
 ——■**■•-•*■*•—». -—.■-	
■ •iTo-DayV FXiRi—Th* Reliance on
Ker wa^ down the rirer yesterday took
a lnrge number of passengers to Chilli-
wack to'.- attend to-day-V* .-fete,.' .also
some exhibits and racing stock.
Purser Smith reports that tilings were
made lively around the wharf by the
numlpfnttf People who we're, gathering
and the^e was every proapict of the
exhibition surpassing those of previous
years. This morning quite a large excursion accompanied by tlie Royal City
band, left here to take, in- the show.
With such beautiful weather; the trip
up tho river will prove delightful and
the good. people ■ of * Chilliwhack will
have, further'reason to think that good
fortune -smiled upon theni.   "'
 ; 4    ♦   *■' ■■—  '■
Attempted Suicide.—Aman named
Wm. Ross was arrested this afternoon
about 2:30 and locked up for being
^runk. ,~WJien. he Had been in tfre
cell about-an hour Mr. Jackson, keeper of the lockup, had, occasion to go
past the door, aud looking in he saw
the prisoner hanging by the neck from
his suspenders, which were attached
to the top bunk of the three oh the
side of the cell. . Being cut down, he
dropped to the floor in a limp, lifeless
condition, bat after being carried info
fthe open air and rubbed vigorously he
^revived and was in groat pain, Dr.
Cooper thinks he will soon be all right
again Ross is quite a young man of
splendid muscular development, and
on thp snag boat and elsewhere wliere
he lias been employed is recommended
for his industrious habits.
^Pollee Court.
Thos. Brown, drunk, fined 92.60;
Thos. Dicker, drunk and disorderly,
threatening language to police," fined
$13.00, in default, 1 nionth; Jim, an
Indiau, drunk, fined 83.50; Ah Goon,
charged with selling whisky to Indians,
dismissed.
 .—• _-«-_•>	
Dr. Trtw returned home froin, the
east lo-'day.'
Rev. Thos. Haddon left this morning via the O P. R. for the east
Mr. A. j. McOoll (Corbould A Mc
((Soil) left to-day for tho interior on,
professional business, i
Mr. A.'M. Nelson came down from
Granite preek.yesterday. He is suffering from a lame foot, ond will remain
here Jo recuperate.    ■
Registered, nt tlio Colonial today:
Senator Kelson and wife, Moodyville;
W, E. Collins, Toronto; A. Armstrong,
i 0. P. R. mail service;. D. Moncton,
Ferndal, U. 8.; M. Frein'ery, San
Francisco.
Tlie following excursionists from
, Chicago in charge of Mr. J. R. Berry,
'•■it Berry's Ameiuan tourist oonipany,
came through onyesteiday's train and
proceeiMi"'to yictorli ttis «ionii«-frl.*n'',10.,,
Mrs. *Tan|Bi,-' PoktUlvJ, Orf-.^Us-' ~
Churcher, Chicago; < Miss Morris,
Syracuse, N, Y.; Mr. ft Barman, First
I
ij-lval^Tqnrlfts.,
fortunate man are roported to have
come to the conolusioii that he is of
sound mind and judgment; that in
point of intellect and intelligence he
is above the average. They failed to
discover the slightest traces of insanity
in his condition. He protested his
entire innocence of the great crime
with which he is charged and for which
in all probability he will now suffer
the extreme penalty of the law next
Friday.—Times.
*•».
CH} Council.
The regular weekly meeting of the
city council wai held last evening.
Present, his worship Mnyor Dickinson,
(in the chair), and Councillors Bonson,
Douglas, Lord, Shiles, and Elliott.
OOHKUXICATIOHH
were read as follows; J. H. Good, Inland revenue oilice, Victoria, stating
that he had understood Ine lease of
certain Dominiun lends had been al-.
ready forwarded to the oity.
From A. Cummings, stating that
water overflowed his property, lot 5,
block 27,* Agnes streot, and requesting
that a drain be made. Referred to
board of; works, /-yt, .p *
From John Mclnnls, apply inn for a
piece of land,corner Pelham and Dublin streets, forhying down-ways to ba
used as yard for repairing and building vessels. The council instructed
'ihe applicant that the property in
question does not belong to the city.
From Corbould A McColl, re oity
scavenger, stating that it was doubtful
if the services of a eity scavenger oould
be enforced, but that the health ordi
nance was.amply sufficient to secure
the ehd desired, and therefore advised
that the by-law be confined simply to
the appointing of a scavenger.
■' From Henrv Hughes, forwarding a
catalogue of books in the library aa
requested. Received snd filed.
, Bills for labor in making improvements on Front street, amounting to
{80.30, were read and ordered to be
paid. Account for keep of city prisoners was referred to police committee. Bill from W. R. Austin for (1
ordered paid; bill from B, W. Ward
for $11.20, commission for collection
of $112 road tsi, was ordered to be
paid,
Conn, Shiles, chairman of police
committee, reported in the nutter of
the escape of a prisoner from the lookup thai no blame could be attached to
'anyone, and recommended that the
place be made more secure. Report
adopted.
r His worship reported that Mr. Abbott, had declined to fill up a portion
of Douglas at. or, to raise Mr. Ewen's
wharf, as Mr. Strong had .ingested
might be done. Publio works committee to attend to Mr. Ewen's wharf.
The application of certain parties,
received at a previous meeting, {or the
opening up of Irving street, was laid
on the table,,     .
Conn. Ross' notloo of motion relating to city expenditure, and a report
of the railway: oommittee, were laid
over.' ; ''
Coun. Lord moved, Coun, Douglas
seconded, the first reading of a liy-Taw
to anthorizo the appointment' of a
city scavenger. The .rules of order
were sospended in order that the bylaw be read a second time.
Coun. Douglas' notice of motion to
provide for. the closing of certaiu
streets was deferred.
Coun. Lord moved that $100 be
paid the fire company in lieu of the
road tax collected from its members.
Carried,.) ■
Inaniwerto a communication received at last meeting from Mr. Ronald, the olerk was instructed to inform
him that the council did not require
any hose for the fire department at
urinvirni n. ..j
National, U-JiV,
of Baltimore; Gen?:
Dodge, Iowa; MrM
Mr. B<*11,
n, of Port
bk, of Port*
artist of
Ax'(e$
The,«A,inpany were greatly delighted
■With tke trip from Chicago which h"aV
occupied slit days, and they bespeak
fpr the Canadian Pacifio a very pros'
^{porous business ih carrying American,
touriita.'" v-        ■  ,'   .;     ..■"'''■%.
Mr: Berry, who accompanies tonr-
ists all over, the continent the
whole' year round, travelling south in
winter and north in snramer, says such
magnificent scenery is to be seen on
no other road in America,..:, It ii., ono
.nd revelation after you enter tho
cky Mountains. He thinks many
Americans, whethor on business or
pleasure, would prefer to take' the
Canadian road if thoy oould get down
to Portland and San Francisco without
milking the sea voyage,', : Somo of this
company, ho observed, will return by
the Canadian Pacific rather than mnke
that" veyago.' They hate often bean'
ovor trie Hi*them Pacific already.
Then, In'.lM inWtor of time, Mr. Berry points out, the Amorican lines nre
badly handicapped in the race both on
account of thoir grades and thoir great
'length. Coming out, they only liad a
double header for » short distance in
tlie mountains, while oii tile Onion
Pacific, Ur. Berry, says* ho J has seen
four engines tugging at a train to get
it over a.liaavy grade.
Will be Kxecotcil.
The condemned Sproule will be ex-
ecutttfit jtUn$r aa'ol'^ TliW *«».
^tMoJtrA'tft-.Wra'rii" ™1-iSh«r«'
Has received all the necessary .papers
and -jast-ucfipns. A commutation is.
possible,' t>tlf thtir authorities ;«r'ebt
opinion that the j-pvjwOl be jiennitted
to take its course.' Tlio condemned
man has a brother residing at Weeks
Millt Me,, who has been exerting him-.
sOlf.'» pTocnto ;tne assistance of the
jV. STgovernhienl * Tho following letter to liim signed X. F. Bayard, Secretary of State, is published j—" With
regi^djM flu Qij-jeh *W' Kobbrt Evan
Siirdule, iio\v undor Sentence to donth
in British Columbia, Canada, on the
rnhargo of murder,-I beg to.state that
tjlio .department are aiyuro of the cir-
cttmstaii'ces siirioiuidiug^'llo caso, aiul
will mako ii full exaininiitibn' Iiito tiro
matter without delny.: T nm  assured
ttitheOanadinn authorities are will-
to take ovory  possible   notion   in
or5or that 'Jiisticif mAy bb dbnd.   1
have ,'l)u,),»noi' to.roniaiu, ymir obqdi-1
onstipation, indigestion, loss of phyai-   cut sorvnnt."   Tlie medical gentlomen
»1 ejOrgySni-*B*W«i"***||-*W    vdJI'i" »miloaa% WWiinatlo" »l "w UM*
Coun. Elliott reported thst repairs
to From street near Law's foundry
were required, and' that tlie railway
crossing on Columbia street was not
according to specification.
' Coun. Lord moved that Mr. Green
he notified that the council ean not
accept the railway crossing at the weat
end of Columbia street; moved alio
that the upper end of Front be re-
iplanked.   Carried.
It was resolved thai the gas com?
pany bo requested to place the city
gas lamps on Front street on the inside of the street, lhat js, on the side
farthest from the river.
Coun. Elliott gave notice thst he
will move at next meeting for an appropriation of $400 for planking a portion of rront st. in St.,Patricks wsrd..
Council adjourned till Monday
evening next.
I Predicting Another Snake
Ottawa, Bssfofo-f-iit,: IWiggins,
'who claims to havo foretold tho
Charleston earthquake, is daily growing moro positive in his prediction
that a muoh greater disturbance also
of subternuwous origin, will, visit the
southern section of this country on
Sept. '2flth. " It may," he asserts,
" visit southern Europe as well. The
osrthquako wave is to move from east,
to west, reaching as far north as San
Francisco on the Pacific coast. Un
the eastern coast there will be no
troublo beyond severe storms and possibly hurricanes." His performance is
announced for 2 p.m. on the day specified. "Theforee," lie said, " would
be far greater than that whioh-'caused
the recent disturbance, so disastrous
to Charleston,, and tlio country will
alike be affected." He predicts that
New Orleans, Macon and Mobile wonld.
be ruined, as these citios were right in
tho path of Uie Subterranean meteorological phenomenon. Walter H.
Smith, president of Uie Astronomical
Meteorological of Canada, agrees with
Prof,..Wiggins. In substance, ho lays
that tho shock will be ushered in by n
heavy storm inthowestnnd.northwest,
and  rough weather on the Atlantic
rrst. He looks to see great ilamSgo
the district south of the 30th' parallel of latitude, which nearly passes
through Jacksonville, Florida.
■' Amos Hvutgin, Toronto, writes; " I
have lieen a sufferer from Dyspepsia for
the past six years. All the remedies I
tried proved useless, until Northrop ft
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and DyJs-'
peptio Cure was brought under my no.
tice. I have used two bottles with the
best results, and ean with confidence ro>
.commend it to tlioso aillio.ted in like man*,
ner."
Thore is nothing equal, to Mother
Graves' Worm Kxterminstor for destroying worms. No article of its kind has
given such satisfaction.
LAST NICHT'SJESPATCHES.
Special lo lhe I'uluiilliiuu.
Losjoos, Sept. 27.—The Press Association Bays; The British govemment
haB no ollicial cognizance of the alleged
treaty between England and the United States.
LoHpoit, Sept. 27.—Mrs. Parnell,
addressing a meeting at Liverpool this
evening, said Americans looked to the
IriBh to uphold democratic principles
in their demand for home rule. In
past victories Irishmen achieved no
greater victory than that of controlling
their, tempers. Their chance had
come; England Was in srins against
Ireland, which America was rejoiced to
see.
London, Sept. '27.—The Belfast
riot commission will commence to sit
on Oot, 4th. I
Waterford farmtri have resolved to
prevent any hunting until Father Fa-
hey hss been released from prison.
London, Sopt. 27.—Lnrd Churchill
has unexpectedly decided to preside at
a Conservative demonstration at D.irl -
ford next Saturday. He will leave 1-11
Monday for Germany for a fortnight's
tour,
Madrid, Sept. 27.—Oorrunu newspapers say the military authorities
there have arrested five infantry sergeants there on suspicion of conspiracy
against the government.
':' London, Sept. 27.—Advices from
St. Petersburg says: Tlie Russian government has resolved that the Baltic
fleet shall remain equipped throughout
the .coming winter so tlmt it may be
in readiness to emerge should a thaw
permit.
Vienna, Sept. 27.—A woman died
in Vienna to-dny of cholera. This is
the first cose here this year.
Sofia; Sept. 27.—It having been
decided nt n council of ministers not
to reply to Russia until Governor
Kaulbars presented his formal demand
in writing, the Russian agent has presented a note embodying liis pro vioii
verba] demands.
LomoN, Sept. 27.—Hanlan has deposited!. £100 in challenging Beach for
a race on the Thames or Tyno for
£500 a sido and the championship of
the world. He otters to meet Beach
to-day to arrange a match.
Kingston, Ont., Sept. 27.—After
the loyalist -delegates, Dr. Kere, and
G. H, Smith, liad addressed a large
meeting here to-night, two resolutions
were put, one sympathising with Ireland and the othor, by W. Robinson,
ex-M. P., recommending that the British parliament grant Iroland self-government to the sumo cxten t ns is en -
joyed by Canada. Cheers, hisses and
loud talking followed tho introduction
of tho latter resolution, and the accusation "You lie!" regarding tho business of tho delegates was hurled across
the table. Kere and Smith wore
called "fire-brandB" and cheers wore
givcji 'for Parnell. Robinson told
Kere1'ho was mistaken if ho thought
ho could change the views of Canadian members of parliament by his
speeches. ' After much disputation,
the tliainnan put both resolutions,
when Uie one of synipjithy was passed
and Robinson's rejected.
AFTER DINNER.
Persons who suffer from Indigestion
can arrest the progress of that painful
malady by tho use of an after-dinner
pill, so composed that It will give tono
to tho stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse
the I ver to healthful action, invigorate
lhe kidneys, and thus, through thc activity
of theso organs, promote the natural
movement of tho stomach and bowels.
Ayer's Pills are so compounded that
tlieir action, though mild, effectually produces the abovo results. They also, ln
miring Constipation, remove tho causo of
Biliousness, Uver Complaint, Kidney DIs-
cuso, ltlieumattsm, and many other serious
ailments.
AYER'S PILLS
contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, and do not grlpo unless the
bowels are irritated, and oven then their
Influence is healing. To eontlnuo their
effect in constipated or chronic cases, they
need only bo taken ln diminishing Instead
of increasing doses. For seamen, and In-
habitants or travelers in sparsely settled
countries whero physicians aro not at
hand, they nro of Incstlmablo value.
There Is bsrdly a sickness they will not
alleviate, aud In most cases cure, If taken
promptly. To.young glrUiJUst entering
upon womanhood, and to women whose
period of maternity Is drawing to a dose,
Ayer's Pills, ln moderate doses, merely
sumclent to ensure regular action of the
bowels, will bo found of
Incalculable Value.
PKEPAIUa* BY
Dr. J. O. Ayer A Oo, Lowell, MM*
Sold by all Druggists.
Ifc-TIE-W-   ZF-AJ^L.
DRY GOODS
OPENING   DAILY.
Mr W. It. Lazier, bailiff, etc., Belleville, writes: " I find Dr. Thomas Electric OU the beat medicine I have ever
used in my lUble. I have used it for
braises, scratches, wind puffs and cuts,
and in every case it gave the best satisfaction. We me it as a household remedy for bums, colds, etc,, and it is a per*
feot panacea. It will remove warts by
paring them down and applying It occasionally."
This Afternoon's Despatches.
SpeclM !• the Columbian.
' I-Eirsi-i, Sept 28.—Four hundred socialists to-day made a demonstration
here by marching through the streets
with the expelled socialist leader Schumann at their beivl,* waving red flags and
denotMleiftg the government. The police
attacked ihe proocitioii and attempted to
capture the red flag. The socialists beat
the officers baok, and after a stubborn
fight, in which many on both sides wero
wounded, the police got reinforced and
returned. This time they succeeded in
dispersing the socialists, capturing seven,
Schumann included.
1'arm, Sept. &—A riot took plaoe
hero to-day daring the unveiling hnd
dedication of a statue of Ormond. liar-
hen, the red republican colleague of
Ulanqui atCia-aesonue in the department
of Aiulc, and ttie flommitten having the
ceremonies in charge being nearly alt
moderatists. llevofutlonists liecamc
provoked at tha predominance of such
11 conspirator as Barbes, whom thoy regarded as one of their crecd.aud attempted to control the demonstration themselves, but in this they were resisted by
the committee appointed by the polico.
Tho revolutionists gathered reinforcements and made au open fight for the
control of the situation. With red flags
flaring tbey assaulted and enclosed tno
site, breaking down barriers, trampling
over women and children, aud driving
the moderatists and their police allies
away from the place.
Ottawa, Sept. 28.-Crowfoot, Chief of
the Blackfoot Indians, passed through
Winnipeg last night on hts way to Ottawa to visit Sir John A. Macdonald.
• London, Sept. 28.—The Congregational hoard of ministers formally entertained the Kov. Henry Ward Beecher and
wife this afternoon in a Memorial hall,
Fairing-ton Street. Kov. John Munn,
president of the board, presented Beecher
with an address of welcome on behalf of
tho Coligfega tional ists of Kngland. The
American ctcr-Ataim replied in an eloqneiit
and cbsi iictei intio manner.
Manuiixhi'KK, Sept. 28.—ltoaoh mills
at Haywood woro mimed to-day. Thc
mills employed 35,000 spiudlee.
The Omit French llonioriy, Dr. 1-u*
Duo'b 'Periodical Pills. These Pills nre
compounded from tho purest drugs, nnd
from tliose only which are known to act
upon the Generative Oif/aps in Females.
They aro first unclosed In au air-tight
capsule, anil by this means made to ve-
tain their lull strength for years in any
climate. Ask us for privutu circular.
A. M. Hkkhiku ft D. a, Cimns A Co.,
Now Westminster; T. McNeeley, Ladner's Lauding; H. McDowell tt, Co,, Vancouvor; Pimlniry & Co,, Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Penman Island) A. K. Johnson
& Co., Chemainus- It. B. Richardson,
Covi-ichiin; La.voi.rv ft Co., wholesale
agents, Victorin. dwse28yl
The Confederation Lift. .
The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in tlie accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecominms which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to tbe
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is thc faot that the interest
income ib sufficient to pay the death
claims—whioh in a company of the age of
tho Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The assets and liabilities are
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is n surplus of $2$£l99
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the last year
was $260,390. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balanco
sheet right and avoid unnecessary- unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R.; Pearson A Co.
aro agents for this company in British
Columbia. mlRtc
White Bkonzk Monuments.—White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
and nas come into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes in tbis country. It has
been found to bo so woll adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
havo boon for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, nnd St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
these companies, it has been found tbat
tlie material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is stated
to bo equal io 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, Band being blown against the
work under a high pressure of steam,
which outs tlie surface, but does not adhere to it, A thin film of oxide which
forms on this 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 is affirmed,
can tako place.—Boeton Journal of Commerce, Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments iu British Columbia. Much
oheaper and more durable than any
other. myfitc
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tno Cburoli, Hi. John street, below ltoyal
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(feOto)
METHODIST OHUROH, Mary BU
Rov. C Watson, Pastor. Services at
] I il in. uml 7 p. in. Bunday School and
Bible Glass 2:80 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays nt 8 p. in. Sents free; ■(rangers
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CHURCH OP ENGLAND, St, Mary's,
Hnpporton. services, Sundays, 10.80
a. m., and a.;» p.m. Thursdays, 7.!Wp. in.
Dally, 10a. m„fip. in. Holy Communion,
Hiunia.v«, 7 a,m., excopt '2nd Sunday ln the
motttli.  All seats froe. mhSOtc
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
ulo pastor; meets In tbe Court House.
Services nt il a.m. nnd 7p.m. Sabbath
School and Hlbto Class nt 2.1)0 P.M. Prayer Mooting Tlnirsilny evening ut (j o'clock,
Strangerscordlnlly Invited. apl8to
■      UNION LODUE No, 9, A. V,
7_JVv * A. M.— The regular Coin-
it JT munleatlons of this Lodge are
/ ^T \ held on the lirst Monday lu each
month, Sojourning brethren nre cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
fe-23-to Secretary.
asroTiGE.
rvURINO MY ABSENCE FROM THE
lj Province, my son, T. J. Armstrong,
Holds my power of attorney nnd holds ny
appointment at Deputy Sheriff.
Vl^ W.J. ARMSTRONG.
July 13lli, 1880. JlyHmS
Knights of Labor.
fill IK KNMI1T8 OF-LABOR HAVE
I itrnKlvod from His li'onr,ltrcs< Unil !p
Ilia Ohl'lIBOmDn'S Hull, wliprc Ihcv liolil
thotf woi'kly mootltini   on   TUESDAY
NIHHT nl S n'tloi'k.
M. P. CROCKER,
Secretary.
New Went., All*. Bill, IM.      iMilMlill
CHANGE OF^ TIME TABLE.
STEAMER
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UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE-WILL
mnko regular trips
TO TALK AKD WAT PORTS,
Leaving New WestmliiBtcron       ,
MONDAYS and THUIWDaTS
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and Satinilay« I
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Ladies Jerseys, a fine assortment.
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Black & Colored Fur Trimming, _\ all widths.
A Large Stock of TWEEDS **or Men's it Boys' wear—splendid value.
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Onr Clothing and Gents' Famishing Department Is well assorted and contains
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J. B. Stetson A Co.'s Bofl Felt Hats a specialty,
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Principal-H. FIENNES-CLINTON, E8Q.,-M.A. {ot Keble College, Orfw*d,
and Lennoxville, P. Q.).
Assistant Master and Superintendent np the Commercial Department :
W. 11. BATES, ESQ. (of the College Comnmnale. Boulogne, and Anglo-
French College, London),
Matron-MRS. REDDISH.
Board ov Education—The Visitor and Prinoipal; The Ven, Archdeacon of Columbia ; The Rer. H. 6. Fiennes-Clintou j C. N. Trew, Esq., M. D.; 6. E. Corbould, Esq. 	
The Schoql will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. gth, 1886.
rpHK COURSE OF STUDIES EMBRACES EITHER CLASSICAL OR COMMBR*
A. cial subjects. In the former Branches preparation Is given for tlie Universities;
ln the latter pupils are ftttoit by a study of Modern Languages, Commercial Correspondence, Book-keeping, Ac, to tnko positions of responsibility In tbe Business
Houses of the Province. Both branches Include sound Instruction ln Geography,
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For Prospectus, apply to the Bisnor ov new Westminster, or any member of the
Board of Education.
LOOK   HERE!
Being determined to close out the balance of my Stock before
October ist next, I will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
S^Call early to secure Bargains. G.   LEISER.
INSURANCE
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DWF.LLINGS, % percent.
OUTSIDE OF CITY:
DWELLINGS, 3 per cent.
BARNS, 3     ■'
RAND BROS.,
AGENTS CITIZENS INSURANCE GOV
(lWH»2llll
S. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HAVING HAD EXTENSIVE Experience in CatifomU and elw*
wlicie in the above busiiiona, I ain now
pi-opaved to take charge of any sale.,
auction or otherwise, tliat the public
mayiavor me with,
(funs, Ktfles. CtrtrMgei, Fowler,
Shot, Tliklttf Tickle, 8K-U-    .
clM,   Cillery,  tkt   ftr
Gliimre,
TO tlV.  HAD   At THE OLD STAJfJH,
KNOWN AS THB
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA  •TRIE**;
rtwaulTW igfgm_mmgm_________m
THE CELEBRATED
WHITE
Sewing Maohine!
Ditil}) §rifeh Columbian
Tuesday Evening. Hepl. 28,"' 1886.'
The Had Monarch.
A CURIOUS  PAMPHLET FROM BAVARIA.
I liave recently been shown a very
curious document, namely, an anonymous pamphlet relative to the late
King of Bavaria, published in Germany,
and bearing tho tho title, "Muste es
soKommen?" (Had it to be ?) The
sale and circulation of this little work
aro prohibited in, Bavaria j and with
reason. Apparently written by some
one who was behind the acenos ,of the
Royal tragedy, it gives by no ineanB a
favorable account of tho mental condition for years past of the unhappy
King. In faot, tlie author fixes the
year 1870 as the date at which his
faculties first began to go astray.
Much space is taken up with the history of hia Wumwriau infection and
with that ofr'hu -pasaion for building
and for theatrical representation at
which ho was tho solitary spectator,
all of wliich lias already heen published.
But somo of the anecdotes are new,
and are sufficiently interesting to merit
translating.
Among these is a full account of the
famous lake, constructed on tlie roof of
the royal palace at Munich, on which
the royal Lohengrin used to go sailing
in a gilded hark drawn by swans. The
water in the tank proved too transparent, and the King wanted it to be
blue. Oneof liis suite,conceived the
idea of putting it into an enormous
quantity of vitriol. The-water was
changed into a dark, deep and most
magnificent blue, but the salt of copper
Boon corroded the metal of the tank,
■several leaks were formed, and the
These were left in the village, and the j water made its way through the roof of
others then made their way across the , the palace and inundated the royal
LAST^. HICHT'5_DESPATCHES.
Hticcl«l:l»ll!o<Jr.liiiiililiin.
OTJ**WA,"S4pt. 27.—Initiatory steps
have been taken looking-to the prosecution of parties who sent bogus reports concerning tho alleged new fishery treaty. Their offence is indictable, and there is much popular indignation over numerous impositions
practiced lately. It seems that the industry is to be put an end to for a
time at least.    •>
London, Sept. 27.—The steamer
Persian Monarch, from London, Sept.
25, for New York, arrived at Havre
with plates broken, having been in
collision.
Constantinople, Sept. 27.— Turkey's agent abroad reports that the
peace uf Europe i. endangered by the
present temper of the English and
Austrian cabinrta against Russia. The.
Turkish war department contemplates
equipping and drilling 60,000 Turkish
horsemen in the same manner that the
Russian Cossacks are equipped and
drilled.
Mamiiu, Sept. 27.—Thirty insurgents who took part in the recent revolt ap^aareclm the village of Gerona
yesterday.   A number were woundod,'
frontie»jfoto5j|Vanco.
London, Sept. 27.—Edward Hanlan
has challenged Bench .to .tow a race on
the Thames for any sum-up to ?26,000.
He offered to row him in America or
Australia, Hanlan to give Beach $10,-
000 in the former case, and Beach to
givo  Hanlan  JJ10.000 in   tjie  latter.
apartment*. Tho damage waa repaired
at great expense, and an apparatus was
put up shedding an azure tint upon
the lake by means of colored glasses.
Then the surface of the tank was too
smooth, and the King Louis wanted
some waves.   So another machine was
„,.   .„,„„„...    constructed whicli imparted, by means
Beacblias declined all tlio challenges., of a wheel, a beautiful ripple to tho
surface of tho water.    But the waves
London, Sept. 27.—Cholera returns,
for Austria-Hungary are: Pesth, 36
new cases, 13 deaths; Trieste, 11 new
cases, 1 death.
London, Sept. 27.—A boat race for
£100 a side, between Largan and the
Australian oarsman Nielsen,took place
to-day on the Thames, from Putney to
Murtlake, and wm won by Nielsen,
whu finished alone. Beach and Hanlan witi-ee^odthe race from Hie deok
of a iteamej*." On meeting the champion and ex-champion showed marked
coldness, not even shaking hands.
Beach said he would not row in America if Hanlau offered him the whole of
America to do so. He said ho would
on the Paramatta, and would lay
Hanlan £1,000 against £800; but he
would not o\ay Banian's traveling expenses. The dispute continued some
time. Hanlan is greatly annoyed by
Beach calling him a'" gas bag."
Dover, N. H., Sept! 27.—A mysterious murder affray in a buggy near
Barrington lust night has been solved.
Rochester oflicers, on hearing the
news, started for lainglass bridge,
where' they Were told that the dead
body of a French Canadian wood chopper had been found in a field near
Lee. ' It was then learned that three
Frenoh Canadian wood-choppers, residents of Stafford, started yesterday
afternoon for Barrington. They' had'
beun imbibing freely, All three started for home in one buggy. On the
way two of them became involved in a
dispute, and one stabbed the other
with t, clasp knife seven', times. The
viotim died soon after the stabbing,
and hiB companions took the body from
the carriaf(« and carried it into a field,
where it was found. They deserted
the horse and buggy and started for
Lee., Both were arrested at noon today in Lee ahd taken thence to Rochester. The. namea have not yet
been obtained.
The names of the men are Fred
Millard, Albert Billot Doax, and' Joseph Leblanche. The last named did
the stabbing, and Millard was the viotim.
BmutN, Sept. 27.— The North Otr-
maii Gazette, in an article denying the
power Prince Alexander maintained
when Russia placed no difficulty in
the. way of hit remainingat Sofia, Bays:
"The czar's personal aversion for
Aleimderis'no mw thing. For the
put five years the prince believed
himself able to bear Russia'! wrath
without prejudice to the interests of
Bulgaria. Therefore it behooves
newspapers favorable to Alexander to
explain the real motive of hia abdications. If newspapers fail to offer an
explanation, the German and Austrian
parliaments must do so."
The socialists have selected Paul
Silger, of Dresden, to contest a Berlin
seat in the reichstag, mado vacant by
the death of Herr Von Loewo. The
conservative* will run Herr Von
Lovitze. The I.ibnrali have not yet
chosen »'candidate.
B»u»ojU!, Sopt. 27.—The Bishop of
Liege, in opening a congress in that
oity yesterday, urged the leading social
class to interest themselves in public
and political affairs, called upon the
wealthy to ttneunee their life of luxury in order to relieve poverty. Five
thousand workmen afterward joined in
a peacofuhjcmoiictratiim.
' l&ctfJS-if.t. .■ W.-Thi 'ft-tidltion
of King Otto is growing worse. He
refuses warm food, but devours great
quantities of cold viands, and often in
the middle of the night talks to himsolf anil gesticulates wildly., He in-
sistiJteM U reti'tin'm|'', in' sblitudb.
Queen Maria of Bavaria has visited
him.
Munich, Sept. 27.—The Mont'eitr
de .Bom. hat received letters from
Christian minions in China stating
that a Catholic mitsionury in that
country has beeii bumed by the nn-
tivet ind a thousand native Catholic
adherents placed in manacles.
St. John, Nfld., Sept. 27.—The
Britiih schooner Lady Agnes struck an
iceberg on Monday, last when 38 miles
soutneMt of Biialijorl island, nnd became i-btirviel wreck. The crew had
a marvellous escape. They 'Were
driven seaward in » violent gale from
W. N, W., and were seven days at sea
punltnlg; Th? Iceberg wat bf a
mountainous heleht, beating 60 miles
due-cut ItvsQS- John. The achooner
with *tM%T«J''*jff tSe tor'wath butted
escaped e«oitMln it*'IStttm tuition.
She arrived at St. John thit morning.
proved too small und weak to suit the
royal navigator, so the size and power
of the wheel wns augmented.
Then the waves became too Btrong ;
they upset the royal bark and Lohengrin got a good ducking. Now, as no
mention can be found in the legend of
the Swnn-Knight of his ever having
fallen into the water; his kiligly representative gave up his pastime of sailing
about on- tlie palaco roof.' Then he
took it into his head to fly, and used
to bo carried about in a sort of car attached, to the top of long polos, by
-means of which he wob transported
from place to place by lackeys who
wore felt shoos, so, .that their,steps
might be noiseleJM and tho illusion complete., Onco he caused a regular Hying
machine to bo constructed for his own*
Use. But having that day,, as our
author aays, " method in his madness, "
he gavo.orders tliat a luckless peasant
should make trial of -it before he attempted to ubo it. The poor fellow did
bo and was killed on the spot.
The King's abhorrence of thc fair
sex dates from the vory beginning of
his malady. It was accentuated by
the breaking off of the negotiations for
his marriage to tho present Duchess d'
Alencon. For years past he liad consented to seo only his mothor, and that
at long intervals, and occasionally the
Empress of Austria. One day he said
to liis private seeretnry who wu married, and who, with his wife, had
rooms in the palace, "I liavo Boon
your wife's face." The secretary, not
knowing what to understand by this
remark, made answer merely by a low
bow. -''I havo soon your wife's faco,"
repeated King Louis, in a tone of groat,
severity. The seorotary,. finally comprehending the cause of his Majesty's
indignation, apologised profusely and
and declared that such a thing should
never happen again.
The decorations and furniture of his'
fairy palaces Were nearly1 all executed
in Munich. The artiste to whom the
execution of the fresco paintings on
the walls and ceilings WW confided
were forced to submit to various restrictions, They were commanded to
maintain an entire secrecy regarding
tlieir work, and no human being was
to be permitted to tee it, even when
completed. Once it wu finished, the
King came at night and alono to inspect it. If he was not pleued with
it, he would cause it to be at once destroyed and another begun. He had,
strictly speaking, no taste for art.
He did not tare for historical pictures,
■gonro pictures or landscapes, no mattor
how admirably they might bo executed.
Ho only liked allegorical representations of the gloiy and the might of
kings, or .scenes .from, his favorite
opera.
Toward the close of his lifo the royal
maniac had become a furious and
dangerous madman. He gave ordors
that overy porson who displousod him
should be incaccrated in the Bwtile,
tho idea that he owned that historical
prison boing one of his delusions.
His valots foil under his displeusure for
the most trifling fault, and woro often
cruelly homed with tho royal riding
whip. Ho pourod down tho neck of
one unfortunate lackey tho whole contents of a teakettle full of boiling
water; another had an eye put out by
a thrust from a cane. The list. pf the
King's tervants who'suffered wounds
rand personal injuries at his hands
comprises thirty-two names, The
only one of them who oscaped
scot free wu his barber, Hoppe, on
whom he conferred the post of
prime minister, with oi-dert to assassinate tht whole of the existing cabinet
During'the lut.yeaft. of, hit life he
drank (contrary to certain rumors on
the subject) very little, and then only
tho lightest of German wines. But,
on other hand, his appetite had increased prodigiously, and he ate to
excess of the vory /ichestfood. Had
he not been a king, nnd had he been
put under reB'rn.nt at the beginning
of his malady, under proper medical
care and subject to judicious treatment,
who can say, in view of hit youth and
splendid constitution, that ho might
not havo been cured and'restored sane
nnd woll to the nation that adored
him*—Com Philadelphia Tdtgya^,,. :.
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VTOW IS THE TIME TO' BEND IN
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THE UNDERSIGNED has established
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COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which I* open for Knitnccments nl
verjr moderate I'liargcs,
Orders left at tho Colonial Hotel or sont
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Furnishes all Kinds ofllelp
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS ABENOY.
DO YOV.WAjffT TO BUY ORWELL A
UuflneHR, take a partner, etc,
PICKERING & CO.
box OIU. mhJJ*
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBW-BIBEn HAR OK HANI) A
large quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Which ho will sell at lowest rates,  He
will aim promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McColl's store on Columhla street, or nt my house, Douglas
street, will moot with prompt attention.
HENBY ELLIOTT.
NewWosimlnsicr B. O. JlylOto
MfiNEUOUND.
FOUND ON THR YALK TRUNK ROAD
hetween Serpentine Flats and Brownsville, tin the ztru inst., a sum of money,
Tlie money his henn deposited in tho
Hank of British Columbia, whore tho ownor is requested to null, prove property, and
pay r|ii>nrr«. awseSftwl
QRUG GISTS!
New Westminster, B. €.
mhiotc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Bboaii Ht. ud 16 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
, INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dook, and tho
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; alao, Ships build,
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves*
sets on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 108S OR DAMAGE BT FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•61.600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W.J. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New Westminstor,
-practical-
Hob just received for tbe Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
Ladles Size Swiss Oold Watches
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
$32.80.
RKHKMBER-We do not sell "Riled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold.
Our good, are guaranteed just aa re*
presented, and prices lower than any
other house in B. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
ilclllc
B. C.
The Colonial
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMPOKTUK AND HEALER IM
BOOTS and SHOES
Ibe French Lenoir, (ioo*)ear, Pinkerton, Cochrane, CmiIIi * Co.,
Araet Hoileh m< Staler
looli ant Show.
T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN ARB RE*
Li flpectfolly Invited to call tuft diamine the stock.
I havo also on hand tht
MJOIMMJAMMAX UA*n-M WATM.
TIBHT li NU MM-T,
Which now takes the plaoe bt gum boot.*
■-wo. ;
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OP SURREY CON-
tains several Parma whicli nre for
Hiilrr. The lniiil In or excellent oitnllly—the
very hest In the province. The Reeve
and Council are most anxious to secure
desirable settlers. Application to thom
will receive prompt attention. The roods
In tho township are enoil. and thereare
(rliiirclii'H, mrlionlN, uml a town hull.
/THOS. SHANNON, Reeve,     r
, Clover Valley V. 0,.
,  ,„[ tl, T. THRIFT, Clerk,. .
JnlJUi Hall't PralrlK Pj OJ.
S2-G00D AS ANY MADE.
SOLE AGENT FOR MAINLAND I
C. J. ROBSON,
At the New Frnlt' and Confectionery
Store, Opposite Colonial Hotel, New
Westminster, B.O, ■      Jlyjffltc
TESTIMONIAL!
ritiutbtmr, 'ISniJntit, ISHtS.
tX IS... ROBERTSON, | ,
.;. y.  Vancouver; . j.
Hepiwenllllg Uoldle & McCulloch,
Oolt, Ont.
ALBION
Joraljtned having.wit**
p'flwwhtiihwlped'MitM
;*SiR.-*AYe tt*e,w
nesseil tlie'terrlbl  -..., —
existence tlio young city of Vancouver,!
on tho Uth hist., havu. alter tho Uro, examined the safes (-6U1 uy you, some bf
which were put to tho most sevnre tent,
havlne beon'surrounded by, Jargo quaoU-
tleH of lard and bacon, and wo are plenaed
to teitify'to tbe remarkable maimer in
which every Safe sold by> you preserved
Un roil ton ta. not only books.aud papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money wore taken out lu perfect condition.  We ean, therolor«, with tho greatest confidence, recommend them an thoroughly Ate prop'ft     ' '   '    *  ' \ ■
L. A. HamHto-hyfor'the Cnnhdian Pacific
Hallway Oompany:   M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Blako, stipendiary Ma*
glstrutc; Rich'd. Alexander, Justice of
Iho Peace; John Boultuoe.Pottoo Magistrate, pity of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; InaacJohn8,Col.;
-Edward K. Rand, Real Kstate Broker;
It. .Balfour, Alderman; John Kankln,
Heal Estate Broker;  Pither A  Edson.
Royal Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J..W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; Y. (*,
Innes A Co., Ileal Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
How, Ileal Estnte Broker;   Gravely ft
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R. C. Per-
guson.Mgr. II. c. P. Mills. JeSOtc
D.
Importer and Dealer in
Tamily (tails!
■■ATtb-
PROVISIONS,
Imported in quantity,
First-Olass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in tike
0% to buyTOUFj,,,
•«j'   Groceries.
B. McPHADEN,
Dean.'i Briok Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
mh'
4 HiASSESSOBS UNDER.THE "AS-
A ■ossniint Act, 18711," aim amendtni
Acln, ate tieteby Initructoa (a prejSrt
tlieir rolls on or lieiore tho aoth N»ra|nl*er
noil, and the iliitlesoJf all Courts 6f Revision ami Appeal are to be eompteteil. and
the roll! finally revl.ed and iompleted,
on or beforo the.JHsl Dccemlror pext.
ByCommand|. _     ';'.,,  ,'
,     , JrtO.ROftSO**,
,   Provltieial Nonrotary.
ProvincialHecretarvrsllfllcc.    ...    ...   .
VleWa, B. C„ tth sopK, int. iliollrol
MARBLE WORKS
1    JAMES FISHBR, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
'     TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, 4c.
Persona living at a distance, by Bending
ft description of what tbey .Wish, oan have
deslgns,,price8( etp., furnished on application. All work Buamnteed equal to any
on the Paoifio Coast, and at reasonable
rates. N, B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Vletorla, B. C.
Opp. St Andrew's Presbyterian Church
inhiatc
UOHNS.GOX,
Importer and Dealer, in
ftnnv Df
'   IKOLTOWa
WHITK LKOIIOBR8,
BROWN JLKGHOBMB.
PLYMOUTH BOCKS,
'I      LANOIBAlfOg,
Whilo' Created Bl»*k Potandt,
. Otataift Fowls, RonmDtteks,
White Pekin D.elu.
Pit Games, Bomdam.
•jUllrds anil Eggs supplied at low rates,
andall stock guomnlecrf.
Koyal Arenut, Eut of Dooglu St.
mhlito
COLUMBIA .STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
New Westminster, coal Harbor
and Seattle, Bonte.
THE STEAMER
NOTICE.
ASrTWNG OK THIS COUNTY COBBT
l of Naialnio utli, Iro hirUl atComot
on Tuesday, the UJlh Octohcr, 188H.
AtRI*h(eld-Monday,llUiOeU>her,UJiJi
At .OjiesneUemoiilh —Thursday, llth
ootober, UHL    .,   „
At Bodu Orcok-Salnnlay, mth Ootober,
1M6. , , ^^
At I-lloool.-.Wciliicsilny,Slli Oct., IMS.
. AtCllnton—Hondny,8lh*fovomber,lJ*8ll.
:■   llvComiiiaiiil.       . ■   .
JNO.ROnBON,
'   ..    r...J  ...   , 1'rovlnelatHooretary.
Provincial Bcorctary'H OITloe,^        .'
Vlclorln,a 0.,No|it.Mul, IMC i|iin-*Iw*t
(J."***. "-ABTB, HutoDJ"
WILT. LEAVIS SEATTLE EVERY
Thursday Homing atT o'clock, for
New Westminster and Coal Harbor, vis
Port Townsend ond tbe Islands; arrives at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
lenves for Coal Harbor about two houn
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR Friday Nllht forBeattles  —:
Faro lo 8ealtle...............~J.»4.-«
'    Freight per Ion......... 4.M
Special rates to merchants.        aplute
A Private Goltegel
& Bay Pupils, Boys,
WILL BEOPE1JED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.,
THE   BUILDING   HAS    16    LA.RGB
Rooms and Is well (urnish-»d,i with
register grates, bath rooms, ftc, 4c.
BxcBllent opportunities for all kinds ei
healthful exercises, Including boating and
bathing.
Pupils will be made most comfortable
and their general -welfare carefully considered.
A COMPETENT BTAff OF INSTRUCTORS
vill bo maintained.
Excellent facilities will be afforded tor
Instruction In English, lemwerclal,
•Musical and M«dern UagnaKr SubjecU,
with instrumental Man If. ■       ■
Application Forms, References and full
Information furnished by'
BBV. C. J. BBKNTOX, M, A.,
Niw WtoTMiNsTsn.
June », 1880. dwJlyZlto
MONUMENTS
mHE UNDBB8I0NF.D HAS BEEN AP-
I polntorlUKentiii British Cclumlilafor
these biruiitlful monumenta. Full purtlc-
ularaasto prices and designs on application. CHAS. .1. *OBSOj*5,
At the Frnlt ond Confectionery Store, op-
poslteCoIonialHotel,NewWe.tn>lnster,
So. . ■'.■...   uhUK
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
. i')ii!'»:i/'.'i id III ii
Bu JnrtBMtind
—IHtOSTStUI un, D1A1UU IN—
Bopks,v
Stationery,
Faii^y ^48,
Pianos,
Music,
zines,
Toys, efa.
The Urgest Stock on the Main.,
land,   and  second  to  no
House in British Columbia,
rT0i^./^^.,rt^r—:i
.;    1 -.'OtJI&kUm,,.
Of &-™«nT*ll., Qtlft,'
And agents for all the leading American
-Onr tkt prwilwt.n neatly,and cheaply
k* at any otheieitabtldthl.nt tn .tha"'
jProvinee.    ' ''■'•' ,
-40BWH1  W)«r—
™*tmi m$-mm#si.
North Britfih ii-d MiKanlU* Firt
lniitran-r» Co,   ;
 Agenta lor First-Ola.-—
[i ALr«*fe<J-jiantlty«l      bj
Boys'and Vouth'*
Clotbing!    »
1 Cuts ot American
FfCf SftiHSf
Also, a loll Hue ol       '
BENTS'FU«NBHIN«8M08
__HB NOV HAS—
Tke ttit AiiortMMt |n tke above
line ertr eiklblled In Kew
WeitailMter.
ti4a.T-aeT.STTr-C.-BS
it lowest Powlblo Price, for Casij. 'J
Call Karly and "tone list Meetton.
OotumiA Iriir 0pp. Imm «f t. 0.
mttm twmn.i,.-y,,,:„,: -.
•UM, HOtTMOII,
'•ii^'Q»'iM(S;r;;     ■"..":'i:."..:
CUSTOS BOVBIBUIU,
' I    r ffmWTHlW^^WftTfr* W .'''.
And all kinds of Blank Book* -- svtm k ,
-r*m*.nt^^*w^-rTrjf-TOfnff7r^T wj*^-.r■ i
Forms oo hand.
.lill! -:ii:,.t ..ill asluoo Limb;"') i,-.<>s L
oiu In      ''..inm,   .ir'i'.'.!,,,.-    .;i....:
hii     rni ,t<:i'.-'i.'... ^11 f- j". fall,;} Isol
""—AUtke-jAalin-u^; : "    ;
NEWSPAPERS
...• o-art vh'Vf-virf sji.-j
-f'V-T.-in flji.'/i-ii
torany PnWi«a''(»a»:»w«at*»ta», ir .,   ,.
m Wa import llm* tna i
tnreii, ud o»nnot tjwu-JertoU l» tilt
Protlooa. . ..j*'.      , '.'."'
T,Rt lKABKV-.4m,v
K«w  WMtBiaator, B. a

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