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VOLUME 1
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NEW  WESTIUNSTPI, B,\Cl, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1886.
NUMBER 44
jrinilar Erealai, Sept. JO. law.
H.
(here are (ew Protestants in On-
jo  who cannot number among
r  best neighbors at least one
nan Catholic, and there are few
tan  Catholics ,who would not
iber  among  their* best1 friends
I ral Prot^tauta.   Are neighbors
ig side by Bide in harmony and
e—doiua;*:>*U>1j#s.j. -ytJij.J^Wsji
r every day—to take eaeh other
he throat at the bidding i>f every
I'ical ruffian, diUuised pr.unliis-
[ad, who -Sfcply wanti itd make
| for hiB|WM]*ye4W,Re|r*j
H, on the (nm, of a, general el#s-
B and wi siyWo/toWt'to
Rioally ''HQj'^i-ATuir-weTrbelieTO
reople oi 'OAtitiS Wia'y "noj"
stamp .o)i*j all suoKruffiiitis-n. In
Jonarfffl Prgstyterian. '
,-!»■ '.nli  to
fie candidature of Mr. Henry
ge, the tor Uh-nier, for tJUe j
>ralty of|*tfew •*"*-# <%,j fu/t
fie so serious as to attmct ,the
tion of both polilicid' parties,
republican* ituVe ;tW rnoit to
by this rupture in the old party
j, because Mr. George is an
led free.tradff.afld ^pjost defjer-
bd opponent'Of th^ protectionist
F fraud. : Mr, George's icandidft-
■ may ar, maj not be pushed to
polling booth; but it will, never,
Bss, have.-the salutary effect of
ing the-1 oilier parties, tod tatig
ponced lr£rii*"jt set, fhto houses
Rder. There is no municipality
Be world where radical reforms in]
Bnistration ate so much needed
] New "forHleity.'J-Wfcte /-ftl|
T\   McLEAN
JOWIoiiMol
r     , „   I**t*i %J
Lookup. RESibaiBK-* r**"
cast of Mr. Cunnlifrhvn-s, ■...       e.
JaJJOte Ne»W«stmlii»ter,aC:
itaasa
ilaor
M. COOPER, B. A.,H.D.,
PHYSICIAN dl amtoxoN-. ' J ' >
OFFICE and fiESlDENCE-fihunh >gt.'
(neat door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.C.
OFFICE HOUIW-8fo«|a,«).! I toa aud
1   180 to rp. m, Calls ll'towp andjioiin'
fry promptTjr attended ttj:       TfeaW'
T*vR. P. WELSH,
•>.-i- J..-,    ^ro^nsT,  '(;   ',:''''
■I'A ^'&lMif Hotel'"j
■ir*if*t»lirs«6t,!B.'p.'r''''   ''»''a*i*«o
b. Mcdonough
' FRONT JTRKT, NEW WESTMINSTER.
)     •• i
Dry Coods, Groceries, .'
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots A Shoes,
IQUI«o!1, mo.
THE BEST GENERAL STORE IN THE
ttt piJwim,    '
■(['    ..RENTAL SURGEON;
. Alt dental operations  performed In a
■kliUil maimer.     'J,',,.,',.'.,
I   Ofwcjb iit the Colonial Hotel,   dwauuto
». »i BRO*****,
I   0»Mb**-»Over D. S. Curtis Si Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St,, *-eir*Vestmlnstir.
Ho-ntJrtt to la/iifil t.U    (1 flj 1 f P ■
Wlll.visltC-ilftwtfcfc theflntKOtiSaf I
and two following days In each montli.
Teeth painlessly extracted, -aul*
Plum tnd Specifications for ill
kinds of Buildings csre*
?•!);■:   ftal l*r~. Ffs-pared..
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFULLY EXECUTED. ;''
J Alliord-rs left Kt Occident Hotel, or at
■the fehC/P qf W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. jeOtc
s-tei-n-viD * Urty-iit, ;*J   r   ■■... ■
';..)   •<••:;'    BARRISTERSr ;.
n .  .,, soidquqas, etc
Offlee, Mckensliljili*so*,.NeV.**Mtinliwl*r,
and Vancouver, a C. Jysldwto
XTT  KOIIMAN BOLE,    "*: '•;™j1'j1
1Jss*\ i: IBARWSHEfrA^E^W.' '■
LandAgent. MoneytoLoan.
Columbia Street, r
i'. !•"*»' H      '' New Westmlnsler, B.O.
'IUQ   i m ;*   :-:,ri;l
I is melancholy thatalmost with-
inshotr-of the coast of the nor-1
continent of America there j
d be someJlSOjOOO seuls doomed;
winter's perM of sen*fr*tarvif-.
The fuuure of the Labrador
ies has'beggared soma 20,000
men of Newfoundland, and
with their familie* -have the
let of | a forbidd|ng. climate,
rated by insufficient food, be-'
hem. , It is true thattlie trentr.j
of our fishermen by the Oan'a-
authoritSes has not been hos-
e and hardly decent, but Norland is not part of Canada,
f it wfere the yojee of famine I
I still resentment It mny '
■at the Bnglish government
iee to the relief of, these desti-
Sshernitnj but America in geo--
ically nmttt ito. them thar
nd, and' hdAahit;* is-grater:
nationalities. | nu measure of
relief '*Mci the' United StaMs '
id to Ire'lind in' the fa-ojire
i of 1848 might well -be afford-
the NWfOdudlandtrs in 1886.
kaao Inkr-Occan. .... * J
i'Iijj* .jt..iJ 1    , .">
e colossal gift of the Frenclvto
United .States, ns seen in the
loldi  statue,   is: proving  the
j unruly.80rf pf white elephants
j1 all is said and/Jone, and every-
\  is ready  for business, the
k UtJEIlT J. HttL,
I;.. ■ r .ciyn, ij*-Gi*"EE*t,'
Land Surveyor, Draughtsman, ete.
OFFlOE-one door ' North'' of' Messrs.
Corbould A McColl'n, McKenzie Street.
,y,|. dwsel*t<     ,'.-,
,.)      WALTER J. WALK1JR,   M»«
.-31/tJtQO ."'■ Ql;
[Oil   {}.;    Auditor,Aeeonntaut,Ae.
Ur)l(inJrll Hotel, New Wcslr. dse!3m8
A. ^Formerly liowse, Hill A Rlckman,
begs to announce that he will resume business w r_Ttt ■ rV A
Surveyor, Real, Estate anker aa« f.
I ; ]', auwst-taltaJ-. :- ' y .-i";
oil and after the 21st Instant Offlee, New
Caledosia Hotel, Murray St, Fort Moody.
' | [__2 seioto
bh sculptor's, flream f 111 not be
led so far as "Liberty enlight-
| the world" is JcOncernbd.   Jhe
' goddess will have to be con-
f to enlighten herself, for iMsf
In the early days of tfie
ic light it was claimed that its
est beaefits,,would,bfremojred
e mariner who would ^S able to
ts frieiwUy! gloaU. oik-' many
miles of water than i beforo. i
it has bem; <!ori(Jemh'e<l by the
i. lighthausc hwrd on account
i excessive brilliancy.   When
«ss made: the appropriatipn for
ilectrio light at Hell Gate, it
■uppend that the pibblem of
inating that dangerous passage
been' solved.'    Now' the' cap-
and pilot-state that its intense
blinds them and renders them
9 to estimate distant*!.   .The j
aint was proved to be so well
sd that ths light will be dis-
lued     In (his connection the
louse 'b^rt d-telares that ths
o light to ber phVWd on'the
oldijsfcttwjwi!! le sodiiseted
i-lt-nii-a*:-***-* *he -tatue it.
0 ^itmiW^m^oTJ*!
ition of tne narbor.   Thus is
lor*- of art and the pbetry of
e compelled to give way to
lost ordinary of utilitarian de-
is mane falls out. If you have
against a lion, don't tackle him
Ills mane Wis out.p^.S—A.i'd
tackle him then. Hire anothor
a, do it /or yo.u. It would bo
-Norrit1ffi/ffiirafo\./ ,  .      ,(l
    |r^;'*'','i|.    ,.	
-He's a very*knowing .dog.
prhen it's ten o'a)«a)t, jpai» ai-
loses the house, you Spasm, and
larlo barks.   He's going to bark
rfniin ft -'Hmi'i
W.D. FERRIS,
UH9, BOUSS ad 0E8M M
11(10(3   ■''■•■   ■■■'■"''     ■   ■      ■>>■■■:■'
Bpnt and Debt collector.
88V1IUL HOOD TaEMs-QR BAM.
AS«!"»r >ke TRAVELER'S vm mt
- -'<)WlORi-Fe-rls Street, New 'Westmln-
"•"■• "'""J}.-'/'**"
Bale 1000J bamUand Iritooheap.
|st this office, ■    splOto
TWIK PEJlBItBXHV,  . ,.. ,
MINING A«b TAtVD SURVETOR,
AfcctWifTAKsfSrSt j; .. '
., -, j    GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings nealy executed.
| Railing. Slreel,
r,R.C,
lill. j
At^IO^E-rJjANB^RAlRIJ^
CoJaalbla Street, New Westminster
.■SsliH:'
CITY-,TRY IT.
.Farm Produce token lit highest iirlees.
^ dw-Jlyalto
AUSTIN BRICE,
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOB
THC XT' ti,. BISHOP PADDOtjK, D. D., RECTOR
TOAS TERM'BEGINS SEPT". 2,
_       The   following   Pepsrtmenls
thoroughly toughti-LANGUAGES (An-
cletitand ModaBn):,**NGLISH(Composition, RhetoHoT e(c.)j MATHEMATICS
(Pure and Appllodli SCIENCE (Chomls-
try, Physics, Botany, etc): BUSINESS
■Jinnd, at"-): fl
'-JneTtallTllRAWING.
■••   Kor terms addi-ess
MCA1WLEY&C0,
,.      HA.VING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill „,,
Pnmp Factory
At POPCUM, are prepareil to crecnto all
Order* promptly and to the satisfaction
ot their customera. .
All kinds •riDBNIN-11 done to order,
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
Jfl^W POPCUM, ]B. C.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STKEET • VICTOIUA.
AOmTTB  TOB
North Brlllsb, and Mercantile
' insnnnce Co. for Mainland,
_.   H. d'ttEETON * CO.,
.' 36 Finsbury Cirais,
London, E. 0.
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BQbTS AN"
^SHOES
lAiles*. **ents% Misses' and Children's
Beats. Shoes and Gaiters
Made to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA IT*:KT,~">~ Iff.lYMX HM1
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mhltc 	
Ali 'commissions will receive prompt
and careful attenUaa.   Best refenneSa [
.IvWenrt^'jIj   "    -«-t.-.«»
nhft-to'
Wpodi, Timrft BuUo
LAND  ountciunv*)
Heal Estate, InsBranee' anil
Commission Aftents.
mt, Utl, MOHENT •NMINE INHIUKH
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone S3.
"i\t:'i !   ■•-
HEW wnTNMsnw.
1 dillto ^ '      '
RAND BROS.
ptdAL KSrTA1<B B-SOKESS,     . .
ConveyMeera, Callatteri,     '
'ij,n'ir      ***:'fTf*'*»<'*?»
Ofices o,t VICTOltlAl I'ort Street,
''Jl11'"' NEWWESTMINSTER:Colnm-
111 I'ljJJ, Mast,, opposite Pont Offlee.
VANCOUVER, CordliW dtreeh'
BUILDING lidfe for sale In all seotlom
of Vancouver and NeerWeatmlnsler City.
, FARM LANDS ot superior quality lor
Sale at ChllllwIiHik, Tort Hammond,
Langley, Mataitul, sumas, Mud Bay,Ladner's LandMHrTLuIu Island, North Arm
and riti mio**'
Maps anil Pla „_ ,.
est Informntlou fiiriitstiedatall ourofflecs
.i.i   ii   -iu I , fegrse   "' nil    .1    '
Maps anil Plana exhibited and the lull-
**       " ' "' *"    '"' sdati
'second
§■ For Sale or tp Rent
ON VIRY PAVORAMlI TERMS,
'c/US    '    Apply t*i iho1'   "
a C. STATIONERY ts PRINTING CO.
dselHIe (fcifk*. «.'I*avt«*«!** Co.)
Manuraoturer and Dealer Iii
Boots and Shoes
LEATHEB& FINDINGS.
DO UG LAS i DEIGHTON,
Manufacturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whlpf, etc.
"NEW4 WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
* ±    ■ dw-J)y8r a'
igtv Po«nuuj8hIp, Commer-
iQa,. Gotxenomlenee, Short-
MU8IC fVooal and Instru-
All Kinds or Hides and Skins Oak
and Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND 8KINB.
On hand alwayt a good supply o* he*
ther both of ny own inanufaotnro ahd
imported. J.
I havo accttred the lervleoituf Mr. Wra.
Burnett  to superintend the cuatoni re-
. CoiuniblnHt,, New Weitminiter.
fdw-aaayl)1
WALSH
The Model Tailor
Columbia St., Kew Westmlnsler,
HAVING JU8TBKCEIVEDOURNEW
. Spring Stoek, we Invite Inspection of
the finest selection of •
Ka-Rlhk, Hcoieht ttiiraiMf ffrtath,
B^SUITINGSI
Evor shown fn New Westminster, We
hai-*secured the xonlces of MR. HUGH
O'HAOAN, n practical Cottorwbohaft had
long experlem'C In London, Paris,and the
leading eastern cities, and foru GOOD FIT
and artistic ety to wodofy com pot Ition,
mhifttc THOS. WALSH.
PIONEK K
PROP.J.TAIT,
Principal.
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF;
?*rjL.&028',S. .*,
Blaoksmitli and Machinist
Ail Kinds of- Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, Ac, ko.,
; .',:•■::,    .. RopniretU
BLACKSMITHINC
In all' Its branched.. Farmers', Loggers',
Mill and Contract Work; 'Agricultural
* Implements, aiid everything In the -
blacksmith lin6 made to order.
HAving secured flrst-clasi. workmen, wo
feel conndeni of giving satisfaction.
W Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jly31tc]   Columbia St., New West.
WslkmmJJmKi
A large Assortment of
DRY^pODS
GROCERIES
■ ' ALWAYS ON HAND.
T-tay and. Feed
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
WOOV AND COAIi.DEUVEBCD TO
ANV PAKt »F TBE C1TT.
We.runtwoBtiigesdni!y,exct'ptSunilny8,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
As no liquor or tobacco Is used we can by
temperate habits and careful economy
sorve the public at especially low rates,
d wsoSOtc
WM.- S, VIAN||N;
HAS AI.WAVa ON HANDA GOOb
*UJipl*n!
Fresh ana Sail Waler Fish.
a-AME iisr s.njjvsoisr.
DEAI.RR IN HKINH AND I'K1,THIK8.
Piirohasoh Will ba dollvareil In any imrt
tilths City frrn nr rlinTKC        il-JlySlyl
W, CIv-A.ES,
>^<SK5Al4
JEWiEXEB*
COLUMBIA STRFET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
Opposite Cunningham A Co's,
rUIE MANAGER FOR SAVAGE A
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
CbrsitAiioters, Repealers, Ctirono-
i  graphen, md all lie Wnteb
repairs a Bpfflalty.
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHES which
have boen Injured by Incompetent
winch ri'iiiilrers can be ninile equal fo new
aiialn. JEWELRY of nll kinds mude and
repaired. All work wnrriintedj charges
moderate.  Estimates given free of charge.
■JeS^WALTluM, r.Uiix, a«d alker
■•****• Watches and Jemliretearer
IJiaa aay other ,..,. In 1. C
' LAWKS' SOLID IS CARAT GOLD AMERICAN STEM WINIHNG  WATCHES,
accurate llmckcopei-s, SJU*: I'mml price, *.-».
r ' dwilefllc
TS HRUERY G1VKN TnXT WK IN-
1 tend io apply to the Chief Commis*
immet of Lands and Works for permission to purchase lnnd situated nt Village
Bny, Hoskyn Inlet, Valdes Island, and
described tisfolluwifi    -      ,   ,       ■
CommenCimf at a post driven abont
twenty chains along thii shore easterly
from thff mouth of tho river oh lhe loft
Mnk; theuce duo north about fifty chnins
toflia lake: thonee alono: the lnko slime
westerly about -10 chains; tlienee duo
south to Vlllngo Bay I thence easterly to
ulnceof bej-liiiilnn: containing about one
miii«|vi:-.l acre-*, more or lews, exclusiveo!
■BhP Indian ltescrve contained within tho
aifove-tiientlornd boundaries.
-ItoYAL City VttAvnta Mn,L8 Co. (M.)
JOHN HENDRY,
July 24,188U.       (Jlya*m2)        Manngcr
BOY WANTED.
AN  INTELLI8IJNT UQY  WANTED
lo lonni tlio printing limine... Apply
at hi. office. rlnnwtc
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & 00.
MANUPAtJTORERS AND DEAI^RS IN
ALL KINDS OF PURNITnBE.
REMOVED
firTo stiop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy.
Columbia-Street,
Call and examine our Mook nnd prices
beforo huyinir. Wc can't be UNDERSOLD
In tlie city. Uepnli-liiir of all kinds neatly
done, ( Vf, PROTHERO A CO.'
J. G^ BUNTE,
Importer anil Denier In,   '•'.■
Sprinfl-- Hair, Wool and Straw ,
Mattresses to Order.
Blank ots, C'lmmlier Sets- Window Shades,
OU Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper,
Baskets, Bird Cages, Flower Pou,
Hanging Baskets, Pictures,   '•
Frames, Brackets,     -
Baby Carriages, etc.
Pictures framed aud Repalrtac done
to order. Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please givo ub a coll before purchasing
elsewhere. J. O..BUNTK,
Opposite Post Office, Columbia Street,
aplfto   I New Westminster. .
J. W. HECKLEY
Peebles i Heckley
(NEAR MBROHANTr*' SQUARE) ;
FTTRNITtTRE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Mnttresses and
Bedding always oi hnnd.     '
HAVE ON HAND THE
LA1U.EST AND BEST STOCK OF M'R
MTIltl. ON THE MAINLAND,
^ Estimates tor Offlce and Store Fittings.
An experienced  upholsterer lias boen
ongflKed by the firm j, who ore now-pre*
Eared to do nil kinds of work in theup-
olslcry line. djly8tc
SUN   LIFE
OF   CANADA.
Business of 1885,—life Department.
Income, S319.087.06*   Increase, 841,607.4).
Asset*, 8UU.0O-138'  Increase, 8i8il,0O7.O9.
Now Life Applications, n,Wflim\ Increase, 8707,220.30.
Life Policies In force, 87,930^78.77;  Increase, 81*060,474.73.
ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT.
By introducing its popular Unconditional Life Policy the Sun* showed Itself ono
of the most libernl Institutions of Its kind
In the world. It maintains this reputation hy following the samo coui-so In Its
Accident Department. It offers to the
public Incomparably ,
The Host liberal* Straightforward, in-
teefchleal Acclde»t Policy In Existence.
The following arc a few of tho points of
superiority;
Fifteen Days of Grace are allowed.
(See condition 1). No other Company lu
America allows one hour.*     '
BoNus-ShouId no claim be made for
fivo years, the sixth year'i assurance will
bo allowed freo of charge, If the ago Is
under 85. (Seo condition 2), Very few
other Companies givo this privtlcfie.
Policies Not voided by engaging in
a moro hazardous occupation than that
assured against. For particulars see Policy. This advantage can bo obtained
hardly anywhere else.
Residkncf:—More  liberal  conditions
than given by any other Compnny In America,
R. MA6AUUY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Mnnnglng Director. President.
A. E. IMIUK* General Agent.
Victoria, B.C.
john o. Mcleod, Agent,
Jly28t« Now Westminster, B. C.
Gas Fitting!
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply pf FIX*
TUBES, GLOBES,
&c., are on the way.
J-*"-?-Orders rpay be left at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD.
il-'ljr81tc
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   8MABT   B0YR  WAN«*ED  AT
onco to soil tho .Dally Columolan.
Apyly nt This Oftler-.'     "      •   dittiMtc
SPENCE'S  BRIDGE, B. O.
WE BEG TO INFORM YOU THAT
* " we have leased the Morton House
ot Spcnce'H Bridge /rom Mr. Murray and
that It is newly tilted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
yoitr patronage aha we promise if yon
will favor us with it to do all we can to
satisfy you In every respect. Mrs. Bold,
who Inm had much experience, will attend lothe culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
REID A NEFF.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
tho "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columblaanq Churoh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as Hie
FARMERS'Hbpi
Will accommodate the traveling public
at tlie following rates:
Board per day .,.,-...,« ,*.....i.[41 00
"      "  week .:.. .;.. ....;."'fi 00
■; Single Meals     25
Beds........     26
»*LGood accommodation for Ladles and
familiea,, myfltc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner-s Landing, B* O,
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
I form the people of British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and is prepared to 011
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines,' Small Fruits,
Ac. TreeB imported or home frown ac-
cordinp fo tho wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training in the business, and -having a
permanent stake in tho country ft Is his
Interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon tho .various towns nnd settlements shortly, and all orders will bave
his personal attention,
auI2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
"BLUE STORE"
SWARD TH.
The only place on
the Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
<*rAll Business Men and Merchants
should keep this time, as Steamboats and
Trains arrive and depart by the same.
,     8TIR8KY,
WATCHMAKER,
Coium bia St., New West, dwauUyl'
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
■NW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST' AND   CHOICEST
. assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurant*, and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE 1'IUCES.
Just Opened.
H. M. Cunningham S; Co.
Stoves&Tinware
AT L0W1ST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A8PICIALTY.
NO. 7' COLUMBIA STBEET,
itwauJItc    Ifolliroirli'. Ntene RhIMIhr.
comcETO m
IN A PLEASANT PART OF tHiS Cl**r*'
L Applyto  .. I ..:.
WOODS, TURNER i GAMBLE.
apffllc J
FOR SALE:
Ai(\  AORES-IMPROVED: PARM.-
ttl)     Easy Terms. Applyto
W. i). McDOUGALL,
Jnl°lo Elgin P.O.
FOR  SALE.
ONEf-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
ley Saw and Planing Mill; mill lu
goodorder. I'or particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST, '
Or, Hessrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
npiftte .      i HEI.MCKHN, Victoria.
Land for Sale!
BETWEEN JFIVE AND SIX THOU*
-.sand Acres of the very bent Alder-
bottom and Prairie Lund, in Township M,
New WeHtmlniler Plntrlct. Will be idld
In one block or in subdivisions to lolt,
on very liberal terms. Apl>ly to> HENRI
MATHERS, New WeBtmfnsfcr Cit>.
-■-    I-        dwjly84m8. .
For Sale or To Rint,
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Fwm tor
tor ule or rent. Also. Ullch Cows
and young Cattlo, Hogn, and tt few young
-Hones. -There are several pairs of good
steers thut would mnke excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls In the province. The stock Is all
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
, mh3to -•*. Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR  SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, Bitnated on Provost street be* -
tween Mary and McKensle streets, now
in the occupation of Capt.Grunt; contains
8 rooms with usual offices. * i
Valuable City Lots.
Farms nenr Citv.
Farms on Pitt Meadows,
Farms on Mud Bay.
80 aores of Land at Whouock Railway   .,
Station.
74 ncres of valuablo Land 2 miles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar eopld be cut.
Apply to
. -».       t     ,CAPT< WENDHIGH,
Je23tc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FORJSALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNERS
O LandinKi ol the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootlierroadsrunnir.g'hrou£h
the premises.   Applyto'
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landinj*,B.C.
Por IS Ale!
(ON EASY TERMS)
6 span of Work Hemes,
10 Car Mules,
• Team Kales,
I Saddle'Horses,
i yoke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage Team,
1 Piano In good order,
i Bnmp Carts with Iron Axles,
A number of second-hind W»eel
Barrows, '
I Buckeye Mower (new),
1 Ithlca Hay Rake.
For particular*! apply to
T.J. TRAPP,
mylMo Auctioneer, N. W..
Every Man to bis own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMI8T&DRU6GIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPr   COLOSIAl IIOTBtl,
KEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0..
Physicians' Prescriptions and fam.
Ily Beclpes a specialty.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty ve*rs'experienoe.    nuSH ,
NOTICE^
TS HKItKBY GIVEN that application .
1 will In- nuidt! to tii*-Leirli-lntlvf! Assem*
lily of thc Provinoe of British Colombia*
ul tin; next session thereof* for an Aet to
Incorporate n company for the purpose of
constriK-tinRi nmnigin-i nnd maintaining
Water Works at ihe tmniualbolnt of the
Canndinn 1'nol lie Rail wuy nn Coal Harbor
and Kiil'NhI) Bay, and for the pnrpoees
u-n-iif Bi-antlmj tothe Nftid company the
privilege of ink tne water from Capflano
Creok, Burnaby Lake or other suitable
points, with power to tbe said company
to build llinnen, HQueductK, lay pipes, erect
dams, ocqulre Innils, and do all other aet*
and things necessary for the pm-poifea
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.       -
Solicitors! for Applicant*,.
Dated Scptemberaotb, 1885..        deMo
PublicNotjce
Kew WwtBuuUr Mo LSnij,
T
IHE  UNDERJaicmED (THANKS TO
tlitr kiiidiiciis anil permission of the
Mayor nntl Clly Counell) two weeks ago
rf-oponod the Puhllo Lltnsry, antl takes
thlHopportuullyto oflrrr an Invitation to
reslili'iilH of New Westminster to pay him
avislv Papera ami Magastntn.fniin all .
illrecl'ons nro recelveil for patron* and1
vlsltnn, anil moro will be adtlerl In case a
it'iiNtninble support Is ohtalnetl. The
terms are HI) cents n month, tn admnee, ts
pupers,.te.,nnipnliltqrln.iilvanoe. This
will amount lo about 2 oenls a tiny, or the
cost of one olfjnr for seven days permission
In soe news, from all over the world, snd
eleiriiiil hooks which may he chaWd
overs-"t hoursl There Is no compulsion
ntioiit this, but those who believe In Betting In out of therein and wbo ean Onto*
11 decent fire wmdiraM'eM-wiiMlM *£b
ln«tullon. Ladles ami simtSitti aril frji,
»n doubtless all the parties WBoMllnTeriB
lllue lllbboa will come forward nt once
and Join this attractive affair, both (ot
their own credit and thatet others. Come
one, come all, and yon will he attended to
by one who oan soap all olasisn.vis.:
Yours Iteweettnlly,
New-WeM.,Anfi**hl*[M. 	 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Globe House	
Wanted	
Timber License	
, Wm. Rae
.Farmers'Home
..A. M.Burgcsa
§ailg fritish Coliunbiiitt
MoMny Uvonliig, Sept. se. iss«.
Political Forecasts.
The Maiiie, ejection oomos to the
Republican party like W inspiration, and stril-cs the Democrats
with the foroe of a wet blanket.
It iB the first gun in tho presidential campaign, and like Haldimand
in Ontario, it is supposed to give
color to all tho rest. But the Republicans muy be mistaken in tlieir
prognostications, just as the Reformers of Canada may mistake the
significance of Haldimand,. Maine
is a very safe state for the Republicans, and Haldimand may have been
considered equally safe for the Reformers. Both were saved to their
respective parties, but it remains to'
be seen whether theso results will
exercise any very marked influence
on the general elections; What* the
Republicans ought to do if they
wnnt to be *ure of carrying, the'
country is **> throw overboard such
persons as Blaine and the whole
gang who propose to make political
power the stepping stone for personal advancement. Ojvil service
reform and general reform is urgently needed, and the party that
adopts a straight and olean ticket
throughout arid sticks to it will win
very soon both in tlie United States
and Canada. Neither of the existing political parties in either of the
countries has had the courage to do
this. They all seem to cherish the
belief that the bad is stronger than
the good in thufworM, and are wiU'
ing to yield, to the bad as far as
they dare without utterly losing the
support of the good. This is a mistake. It is always best and safest
to do right, and the political party
that first gets its eyes opeii to this
fact, adopts it as its whole platform,
and sticks to it consistently, will
soon find itself on top to stay.
Railway Hates.
We have 'Stated already that beyond the R*tefcy Mountains there js
an almost unlimited market' for
fruit, fish and lumber. These three
articles artj,* or will be, among tlie
principal products of British Columbia. There is* the demand, and
here is the supply; and whether wc
shall occupy the market depends
upon tho people, of j this,.province
and the managers of the 0. P. R
Several cal' loads of fish, and a
quantity of fruit, have already gone
over, and this week we expect to
record the departure of the first car
load of lumber from New Westminster to the eastern slopes of the
Rockies. But the trade through
this channel may be effectively hindered by the C. P. R. Already
many complaints come to us, and it
is to be feared tliat unless a. considerable reduction takes place in the
railway rates a great deal of the
promising field will have to be abandoned. Mr. Jno. Leckie, of Toronto, who is now in this province on
a business tour, declares that the
rates for fresh fish over the 0. P. R.
are much greater, .than over the Northern Pacific. ' In the one case
$1,000 a car is asked, whereas in
the other it;'1*t .JfJW. H. this be
truo, and the 0. P. R. people decline to make a substantial reduction, fresh -fisH will not go over the
0. P. R. to any "extent, and the eastern market*Teached by that railway.:
will be lost to us. Not long ago
Mr. Hanson took a consignment of
fruit from this province to Manitoba
as an experiment The fruit was
well received and found a ready
market at Winnipeg; but Mr. Hanson tells the press that unless the
C. P. R. reduces its fruit rates, the
margin of profit is so small that
very few people would venture to
ship fruit and take the chances of
loss. From Port Moody to Winnipeg, he say*, the rate on fruit is
7 cts. per lb., while the rate from
Portland to St. Paul on the Northern Pacific is only 3% cts.—just
one-half. Referring to the lumber
trade the other day we mentioned
that the extent Of our trade in that
article with the east would depend
on tho railway rates. Calgary is
about as far east as British Columbia lumber con go now, and even
then the margin for the mill is
small. With a lower rate the area
of the eastern"lumber market wodld
be aubstantially increased. Now, it
must be dear, if,the. statements
above are correct, that the 0. P. R.
rates on the articles named are too
high. Unless we have been dreadfully deceived, tlie 0. & R. has a
shorter and better route to the east
than any bther transcontinental
rood, and could anbrd.to carry at
cheaper rates. It not only does not
seem, to be cheaper, but octually
dearer. At a late meeting of the
Winnipeg Board of Trade serious
complaint was made not only on
account ol tho highness but the inequality of the fceid** tariff, and it
was stated that tinder present' rates
Manitoba cWd not trade with British Columbia. We earnwtly hope
this matter will receive the immediate attention of the 0. P. R. an*
thorities, and that a prompt and
satisfactory adjustment will be made.
WANTED.
A   CHAMBERMAID.
il , Apply ex tho
dso20wl .      FARMERS' HOME.
Tenders ftor it License to cut Timber ou
Dominion I-um1h In the Province or
Brllish Coiumbin.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned, and murked "Ten*,
der for n Timber Berth," will be received
at* this Otlice up to noon on "WoilueMday
tbo 1st dny of December next, for three
timber Imrtlis of fifty squnro miles eiu-li,
more or less, numbered reapetitlvcly 19,17
aud 18, sltuntoorrthoWMt slilo of tlie Columbia River, nenr Golden City Station
on tlio lino of the Canadian Pacific Rnilway, lu the Provinco of British Columblu.
Sketches showing the ponltlon, upproxl-
niately, of theso berths, together with the
conditions upon which they will bo 11*
oensed, uud the forms of tender therefor,
may be obtained nt this Department or nt
tho Crown Timber OtHeos nt Winnipeg,
Calgary, X. Vf. -ft, and New Wostmlnster.
British Coiumbin.
A.M. BURGESS,
Deputy of thp
Minister of tho Interior.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, Oth Sept., 1886. dwsoWtG -
Globe House!
WM. RAE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FINE SBLKC*'
v        . TION   OP    '
'MEN'S  AMERICAN
FELT HATS
FASHIONABLE HIGH OKOWNB.
—ALSO	
Children's and  Boys'   Plush
"a-hdFetfi1'   "■'-
NEW BLANKETS,
QUILTS,
FLANNELS, &C.
COLUMBIA STREET.    ilwse20ml
Carpenters Wanted.
TO WORK   ON    BI.ACKIErS   NEW
I    Building.   Apply Immediately on
tho promlseK, Morohuit SwUmo. ■      ■ '
•IselMo THOS. TCRNBUI,I*_
Auction Sale!
UNBER INSTRUCTION*! FROM MR.
G. LEISER, I will  sell  by Public
Auctlon,on
Thursday, 23rd Inst,
At his residence; ColAmbln'Street, nil his
well-kept        :'
FURNITURE,
Consisting of Piano, Parlor net, ItalrooiH
Hets, Bide Hoard, tomiurs, Carpel*- Tables, Chairs, sto-res, -Ae., Ac.
Snle will commence at 1 o'cloftK sharp, i
Terra* CaisHi T. J. TRAP?,
-iHCliltd Auctioneer.
NATIONAL
ASSURANCE
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
Capital,      $5,000,000.
ESTABLISHED A.D. 1822.
Rates as Low as Any
Other Company.
DKTACHKI) DWKL11N(.S, . per cont.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
rlsirlOlo .A-O-JBUTT.
A. H. V.
.■vr-n-niQlIalr VI|<or cures baldness.
JXXXjMX Olliilr Vigor re.t»r» tonOse
tot frestneis ond color lo 'sied at irqr
hilr. It sttslns tticu rsiulti by Ibo stlm-
oUUon of lbs bllr roots inl color (Unrli.
It rejnvonstc. tbe n » rn and douses It.
Itrestores to tbo XXAUVtbst, eitber by
resion of ago or diseases of tbo scalp, has
become dry, barab and brittle, > pliancy asd
glossy allium softness of extreme beauty.
There le no dye in Ayer's ''"IrT'-'TftlTR
and tbe good It does la by Mis I* XSJWMXt
It Imparts to tbo follicles, ud tb. clem-
llncis nnd bealthfulneia of Uio condition
In which It maintains tho scalp. ,-
A *U"I?T*'*S' IIn|r Vigor reame the bolr.
JX X J-lJ-ir "3 nalr Vigor la tbo beat cur.
known for Braiby Hair, Hcald Bead, Itching
Ilumora, Totter Sorca, Torpid follicles, and
all other dluaees ol tlio scalp that causa
tho falling of the TT k TfO •»' He fading.
Nothing cleamea DAJJtfcoflionulsaiiM
of dandruff so .pclfotll;, and' so ejfoctualljr
prevents IU return, aa Avail's HUB Vino..
In addition to tbo ciiratlvo ud reetoratlrt
virtues peculiar to Ayer's Hair -fTfl-iri'Il
It Is a toilet luxury. Tho Hair » IW"
la by far Ihe cleanliest halr.drel.lng made.
It cauace tbo hair lo grow thick and long,
ud keeps It always soft and gtoaey.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Oontalna no deleterloua lngredlenla. Its uea
prevent, all acalp dlaeeje, atcres nsalnit th.
balr growing thin or gray, and auroly ourea all
baldneei tbat Is not organle.
rnEFAnuD at i
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., lowelj, Mm.,
, Sola bj all Druggist".
TO BUILDERS,
TBSDEH8 WIU. B-8 RECEIVED BY
■|beuildorsl«llcd.up to SATURDAY,
lBtlilnst., for the erection ql a framo
dwelling on Royal Avenue.  •
Hans and apeolllcittlons may bo soon at
tlio officii of tho Bruiiotto Snw Mill Oo.
lowest dr nnjr lonilcr not lneesuujlyr
aooeplod.             JESSE M. COWI'ER.
 dsclM	
Estate of Henry 0, Hyde,
DECEASED.
fPENDEEB-Wllili BE RECEIVED BY
.1 tbe undersigned until tbe iSrd day of
SpptomlMa*, 1888, for the pnifliase of both
or either of tho following, Viz.: Anundl-
viiled hnlf InteroHt In Lot it, Block27, In
the city of Now WeatminBter, nnd also an.
undlvldeit hnlf Interest-In Lot 78, Group
One, Now Westminster District, fronting
on Burnaby Luke.
-.JC. Aa.JEiSNH.
dsolitd
Administrator.
GLOBEHOUSE!
WrE HAVE JUST RElJEn-KD
White & Unbleached Cottons.
White & Unbleached Canton
Flannels.
White & Grey Shaker Flannels
Bilk Spool*, Twlali, Fancy Buttons,
Berlin A* Beehive Wools.
«TAU Ooods sold ut low rates.     dnuSOto
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
opp. Registry Offlce, New WeBt'r.
lira ad
PAPER HAKCIKC, 0UZIN0, KAISOMIHIHC, Ao.
WALlfPAPER.
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In tho City, comprising newest patterns,
always on liund ut bottom prices. Sam-
plea 'On view ut T. R. Peurson A Co.'s
store, Columbia si. Paper hanging at
upeolally low rntes. dselStc
MAINLAND
iSuriciers le W. R. ten In.
NEW WESTMINSTER, b[ C.
Horses, Carriages and Stages
Supplied at all Hours.
PRIVATE HORSES AND CARRIAGES
REIT AT REASONABLE RATES.
MABLKl* -Norlli sido Columbia St.
Telephone Ne, 1.,
•rricK-opiioriiic Hunk of 11. c.
dsellUr Telephone No. 3.1.
FII-IE
IM1UC1
PHENIX
IS1M CO'Y
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
' -   (OROAN1--ED A. D, 1863.)
Capital,    -    $1,000,000
Losses Paid, over $23,000,000
•A.GKHUM-TS.
•€TNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford, Conn.
CHARTERED A.D. 1110.
Cash Capital, - $4,000,000
Cash Assets, • $9,192,643
I GAME,
Policies are written in the
above Companies at NewWestminster without reference to
Victoria.
MTEOHDETMHEDDWELUNGS, S PERCENT
:   WOODS, IBBKKR 4 AAMBIR,
Ageata for New WeslMl.s'er
Clly .nil IMalrlrl. ilsodml
HOP LEE
HAS   UBHOYBD    HIS   LAUNDRY
From Front Street to No. 54 Columbia St.,
opposite Thos. Ovens' Blacksmith Shop,
wliero lie will be glad to nee his oldens*.
tomers. dauSOml a
Gas Fittings!
E.1 SCOULLAR & CO.
Aro Prepared to Supply and Krect
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
And everything relating to thin hmneh of
biiHlncHs.
i»i)* Kxperlenced  und oom potent nion
only employed, and  work   guaranteed
ftrst-diiNH In every reipcct.  rriaoi ay low
ns any where else,
Y„ fi. BOOULLAH A CO..
d-JIyBlto Cbluinbla Street,
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION,.
oisuutn cplui •••• ,...»i,M.,Mk
Full Gov'm't. Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany, .
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the ' following
FACTS:—'
The Seem-hy offered lo polioy holders Ih
unKurpassed by uny Coini»ny doing husl-
nesB in Canada,
IthfljtnoHchemeBof Insurance, but tba-
woll-oHtnbliBhed lines, henco the poltc>
holders cannot be misled as to their coft-
traots.
It8 statements to the publio can be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every item ot income and how expended.
Its position lfj ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In whioh overy item
of liability is included.       ;        ■.■.?*.•■■■■'
Its progress has been unexampled In
tho history ot Insurance In Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltublo after two yean'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable basis. The protlts to one class of
ftollcy holders are not lessened to give
arger protlts to any other olass, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal-Conditions as to ■MMeaceaai
Travel.
J. K. MaoDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New Westmlnstet
Je7-2iuo-alternate.
1 i iur;
GENERAL
OOMPLBTE STOOK OF
GROCERIES
-AT	
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Hats and
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY.
iiw-jiyait"
»fS-THAT-®ir
WANT.
i:25    -OFTHE-    $1.25
DISTRICT OF
jJUSTCISSUKDrBV
?rice,] $1:25;
This Map lias been produced at
grea' cost, und gives a vast amount
of inforiu&tipn iietfer. before available respecting the most important
district in the'Provinte'  l'*";r>
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the httust roads, the line of
the 0. P. B.'-'aiftl extension^."   'J
BUYACt)l*Y.
PUBU8HED BY
0ROS.
Belli Estate, Insurance nnd
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
HEW WESTMINSTER AMD VANCOUVER.
opJMlo
Jnst Received via 0.
P.R. ono car-loftii of
Stoves and Ranees.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm ot.
of J}. & 0. GurhiBy &
Oo,'! an iiare well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a oall before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for! two inore
car loads now on the
way. •■/.Ijf.T  [hJ-aIJ
E, S. SCOULLAR ft CO.
•Inuiato        ., , COhUMllIA STREET.,
NOTIOE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
B^tEpjTI^yKM f l)l b£ received
„ by the nn-aotnlsrteil ^ip to noon of
bATltRDAY the 2ftfli Inst,, (or certain re-
pairs to the Bcott Itopd, Surrey.   ' *
Speolftoaifons miVm seon and forms fbr
louder obt alnpd at the Ooven: noentOffice,
New Westminstor, at the ElKln Hotol,
Mad Gay, and at Punch's Hotel, Brownsville.        '   - '      '
The lowest or any tonder not necessarily
accepted.      ,
' d WARWICK,
aovcrmiHtnt Agent,
New Westminstor, Sept. 16, \W*   dyrslTId
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
ll,; l-4i~"-.'.  ■
STEAMER
"taLADYS"
UNTII,   FURTHER   NOTICE WILL
mnko rogillar trips   ,    ,,,,    .
to tiii m'.**« itsita,
LeavlliRNew Wostmlnstor on
MONDAYS «ni| THPWI-AV8
At v 11. 111,    BotuntliiK . on WoduosiUys
and SntlililiiyK
JlyDllc OAPT. INStEV, Mnslor.
ff|TT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AND-
General Commission Ag'ts
,, VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NMOOTIATJiD.
fe27tc
I TNUEnyNSTRUOTIONS PROM THK
V~ MorlBogee, I will sell liy I'ubllii Alio-
tl<m:«tUJ^aV}loek noon,oil
WefljiBiiilay, the 22nd M.,
At my Offluo, Columbia Btreot, all that. , .
Valuable Piece or Farming
Lnnd at Mud Bay
Known as the NoHfc*Eant -Quarter of Bee-
tlo-a Wnc» Tow»shlp Three* with Its ap*
purtenaiipea. The rood to Lndner-H Ijind-
Ingrpiis throu-jh this land,
•^R-Mla^OASH.
For particulars upply nt my office.
. ,.,        HBNUY V.KDMOND8,
(dSfflMJ -' '■     •   '     Auottoneor.
VICTOR PERPETUAL
REID & CURRIE
—OF THE—   :
PACIFIC CARRIAGE WORKS
HX-Vtf*. PUUCHA8F.D THE BOLE
right to manufacture those celehrat*
-Ml Hay Bailing Presses In the Province of
Britisli Columbia, and are now manufacturing them at thoir manufactory, Columbia St., New Westminster., Farmers and
others interested are advised to call and
see those presses before purchasing elsewhere. They havo no equal for. economy,
simplicity and efficiency.     '
b With IhlH Press thore Is 1 _„.__ _r
and tramping In tho hny anddlmolng
down again and pulling out the bate, as
-with tho old-style presses.  Everything Is
this Press there Is no climbing up
  .unplug In tho hay andtcf*-      "
down again and pulling out the
with tho old-style presses. Evory„-
done on tho level ground. Ton don't _._.
the team to U« th? bale. Th,e hale la dis*
charged nutdmatlbally; and moves Itself
on to a platform scale to hu weighed and
tiffed, , .'.','■
It Is the cheapest Press, besides being
the best; so evory farmer can atford to
have one of his owu, and It will save him
ltflwjwth In ono season by reducing the
high rates of freight ton minimum, and
by avoiding loss of time and vexation
when you want to be balling bay,      y- •,
REID & CURRIE.
■'■'■ chfteWU     '-'   i"mii,«a
WM. CURRIE.
PAGIFIG
C(JL«MSlA STREET.
I   .-..l..,..! .Tl*
New Westminster, B.C.
mm,
H
AVING PUHCttASEb the Bktef.
XX   imitUini busineis Wtly cwrlec^ on
ty'v-cit. Mi-,').ISM»M;%t
rlsge Works, urritil on by Johnstone t
Suiith, wa uo prti>r«d;to n»sliuf«ot«r»
Ul kinds of
Earm
W11 OOfl
a»- --
. -• ■ ^*i>i.»;ffir   .*.>
*J.H3ef.l   t
Phaetons,
es,
Express Wagons,
DFay*,,Caifts,
Ariel sverythinj in the vohicl« tin*
on the shortest notice and nt rem-
onable prices.
We also keep in stock the aliove
articles, and .all kinda of Wagoi)
and Carrirge Material.    .
, BepMrlnn, ralstlns -t Trimming done at reasonable price* .,
BLACKSMITHINC
iin all itt branches. . Farmers', Log
gere', Mill and Contract Work, and
HorMthoting undertaken; Agricultural Implements, > and everything
in the lilaokumith line made to order.
We also keep In stock to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Coal, Ohainj Horse and Ox Shoei,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrow*, Springs, Axles, and a complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.
Having, seoured : first-class work
mtn, we feel eonfident ot giving sat.
isfaotion.
'''Atl'material''iind work leaving
the shop.will b» guaranteed first-
ola»s. Orders from. the country
promptly attended ta ,      r,
mhSte    REID 4 OTJRRia
k 1 I I. 1V.J
HAVINII (PU^-
«hased the stock
ofHardwape,Paihts,
Oils, &c, of ithe Es-r,
tatepf/fti)^.^^::-
we purpose dffermff
tothe PuMicTEEY -"'i
GREAT   TOUCBt
MENTB^'-iii.':;:-t^is *
bmnch of the Busi-
ne8Sj which, we trust „'
will t secure thfe pat-
ro.*oa^e of those resid**
ing on the Mainland.
We have bought ;>
larg^ arid well-selected stock nof Shelf
Hardwap^' ,M.. ifce
eastern m^ets FOE
C^SP, whiph we expect to ariive in a
few  days,  and our
assortment will be,
we cohside.r, sep'ond,"
to none in the country, and wjll betpftMj.
complete in all the
following bxahches:
•General "and ^helf
Hardware, Gross-^ut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled k, E-aw
Unseed Oil [English
and American],T)ry
'More in all Kinds,
WallP^eitandWin-
dow Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun--
Powder, Fuse and
Gaps, Brushes ju
Paint, White->wash,
'Scrubbing, Hor;se|
Dandy au-4^ il^iwk,
and a ftlll line ;pf
Table and-Pocket
Cutlery.
te purpose doing
SHBtJSlNBsi
and all orders intrust-
ied, tP US.will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent,
—our iiictto being,
"Small Profits -apd
Quick Returns."
•.;, j 1. -s— .....
ThanklBK the PnWIe generally for the liberal palronige
accorded to ns in the paM, we
trust by strict attention to
business to mertt a eontlnn*
anceorthesame.
T,J.fRAPPr
luotioneerf
COMMISSIONS IN THB OOU1TCRY
PROMPTLY fcXKOUTHD.
TtKl«0OHWAUW IMTTllWt
'*• 1 ticCORMXOK TWiMH BUfDlR,
» mkapow hksvt mxrcM,
JTRIUMWIB*-A**«I*8,
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'     ATFAOTOItY **ATR».
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FUBUBl
Every Alter-fMJ s
,uy»**w uuu
IIITUH COLUMN! SntlOHIIV Mie PaiKimn Co.
At the Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
ellvererl In the City ilnlly...:*5o. per week
..lulled dully, one year ....$10.00
.Mailed dally, six months  G.S0
mveitiiino Mrn'rfii^inuift'iri'..'
Transient Ailverl Hemmts.-Flral .Inscr-
lon, lOets. per line solid nonpurell; each
lUbsequentooiiBocutlve insertion, 2ctn. per
-Ine.  Advertisements not Insorted evory
•ay, 10cts. por line eneli Insertion.
! auadlns AUvertljeiue**ts.-Ilo|fiilnr
I luslnesi or PrelkssMfcaL,*-"— -
•Wil be rece*ye$*a\'f**govll
 , . „ - j'rtei..
nos. 10 per cent, will bo added.
Special Notices among reading matter,
0 cts. per line each Insertion, specials
ailing attontlon tn advertisements, 10ets.
rer line.
Births, Marriages and Doaths.81 for ench
nortionl Fnnoral Notices'n.cpl'noctlon
Ith deaths, 50 ots. eneli Insertion.  "
Aurllon Sales, when displayed,clnirBcd
i per cent, less tliuti truiiHletit advts, If
illd, charged at regular transient rales.
2 per month! 21ns..... .,. - -,,,.
H.H; .1 col. lie.  If I nsorted for less than 8
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
In.netl every Saturday Morning.
lellvored In the City, per year. SidO
Mailed, poryear	
"lulled,' months	
.SMBffiMR
these rateB.
"   (cial notices among reading matter,
. por line each Insertion.
J4'tttn muat be all metal, and for large evil
i extra rate will be cha^r"***^"
iserted In either Issue for len t!
Pitilj) gl^*|olttinbi>tn
Mudar Eve«tn«, Kcpl. M, MM.
Not Pae ^ouohBaok."— At ihe
Metfiadiit;-conference now flitting st
-fonUto/Mr. SUiakBpeare, of Victoria,
is t entered un! a: committee as W.
Shakspeare. Naturally enough they
suppose if a man is called Shalcspeure
at all it must be William. But no,
gentlemen; you must ro a very long
way further back than that.  '       ''..','
JBfp Mee!—In the police..court today Ah Mee was convicted of keeping
a house of ill-fame and sentenced to
three months imprisonment with hard
labor and to pay a tine of $100, or in
;(|*fauU.j>f^ payment to suffer an additional iti months imprisonment with
hard labor. Iu the evidence for the
prosecution it was atft'tbd'that one o|
the prostitutes had"-been obtained in
Viotorin at a cost of. 8700 to the accused. It wns also shown that the
house was disorderly, and-a source of
trouble to thff tfiJHoe* * -1
—fLfii'i \ '■•'■ -
Hem low Esoapbs.—Deputy Sheriff
A*rftwtwtȤ returned from Victoria today fcifVut Hemlow.theVancoufW
hotel keeper whose arresthe had gono
to secure. The sheriff there wns tele-
flijjphed to arrest Homiow off the nr-
rival of the Btcairter from here aud
hold him till .the deputy sheriff should
arrive by the Vancouver steamer, with
a capias which had been issued in this
eity. The Vic*ori»«heriff, it appears,
however, refused to act bn  the tele
WCEKLV ADVEITISINQ RATH.
TmUHlf at Artye!
pn,10ots.peit
>quent insert!
Man-Una AdTertlsemeHts.-For 1 Inch,
,mper month; 2 Ins.52perm.; 31ns. 92.60
a-ll^S!^ffa^lflMiBmiW •»»•**>••» h™1"" '■»
i these rates. . "■ al
There are 10,000 saloonkSQjAGtfiK
'rinity spire, New York oity.
The Gladys from Hopo brought
own 81500 in gold oiWSntunUy.   , o
Mr. W. H. LadnerJlft.'P.'t'.rof W-'
or's Landing, has 3 plums that weigh
For Sale—HetitMoing'a'^4oilWing
usinessi cheap. Apply at Woods,
turner ts Gamble jyUto
Nihilism is still active in Russia and
he Czar's person is being rigidly
uarded agai^^**^-be.a|s»sajja,,...
Blood-fowl" is the suggestive name
ften given to Ayer'' SaMsparilla, be:-.
Ruse of its blood-enriching qualities.
to land in peace, and escaped
the capias either by , concealing himself in the eity, or, more' probably, by
taking a boat for San Juan.    	
  ;,*..   .
Attemitjed BmbebyI— Capt. Pittendrigh stated tits motningih the
polioe court, When ttboharge against
Ah Mee of kWplrig i house df ill-fame
wm heme heard, that two attempts
Iw'MbK'made by the accused to settle the case by bribery. Constable
MoBroom had beeu offered $60 not
J|o prosecute, the ease, and r he
'(the magistrate) had heen .called
upon last evening by,the acaused and'
his friends when similar proposals were
made. As Ah Mee has in consequence
received the full penalty! which tlie Jaw
allows for his offence, he will not care
to try again such a dangerous experiment as tampering with officials.'
 1—* * tl—>*"—
n:Mns.iToK(:'ig'EWi^^ii,+A oorr»/
says: "Tho long illness of Mrs,.York
(Uppe'i' Sumas) terminated   ori tho
J4th, when slin, jMiswidJi-iiietly away.
Tno.   v        :   f<'Ji(,"Si"iJliAiJl   -.Jr-rtW*, wnen .swjjjJiainiKiriiuibi.iyawiiy.
The Yosemito brolight tip 2100 cases   u0t, only vr(ill ihe lie much missed by
keena river and Rivers IiUet aajnu
ir shipment  east over the Canadian
acifio.
The Roliance arrived this afternoon
out Yale with a large number of pas-
mgen, 87 head_j*LiP«titlt(, aud^goj*-,
affreight.
It is stated that Schilling, the coach-
an who eloped jnftjrlrilwftloSe*'*!
wghter, was *kt8J»K,'«W W give dp
s wife.   He must be a bad Schilling.
New fori lias sent upward of J70,-
0 and Philadelphia $40,000 in money
'the Charleston sufferer", and both
,ies are continuing • aetWe in the
'*■ ,.J)r,r.r ,,|liv,rc.:r...   J!    IO
A bold attempt at revolution was
rulo at Madrid yesterday. We have
long despateh giving; particulars, bllt
e compelled to hold it over till to-
jrrow.      - j, . ,.,,., ,,      r.     ,;.
ml designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKen-
r St., and'combine economy with utility
d beauty. dw*&el3to
The traffic returns of Uit-Otwidiau
icifiu railway from September 1st to
iptember JitJajt tn
impared
esse for li
In avddltlm-.it*** m mw-took ot spring
ods we have opened an invoice of
lagenals, Welt «l Unglsbd Bt*«lclotli«
id Frenoh Cassimeres. Walsh the
odel Tailor. Hxrbert Walsh, Man-
rer. —  •p9He
British Columbia lumber is begin-
ing to come on the ftiarketj"' *ueaar
tingles from the coast sell in Calgary
t the same nto aa shingles turned oi-fc
K. our locnl   lumbermen.—Calgary
eraltl.
At Oneio-rtMlfr'&fMfibeM
mpiro made a wronj^ ruling.. iWljett
j was pointed out to him he fined him-
jlf 75 cents.   At the closo of the
ame his severity gave way and he re-
titted the fine. ......... ,j,„i ,„i ,,.,.
Apropos of the colored porter on the
zed as a dark lantern.— Boston Trail*
nipt. That was a wicked suggestion.
Try Ayer's Pills, and be cured. Misery
■ a mild word to describe tHs Mschief
Dr. Kent, of Ladner's, cdtrie up on
tlfe,bpatt^-da-f.""T   **nr^    J    ~S
Mt.WiO, AtkiiiBon Returned fr6m
yiqtqria to-day.   ■
Mrs. W. J. Howison. returned -from
■Victoria Inst we&K ■ :
Mrs. Youmans left for the east last
week, going over the C.P.R.
Mr. A. J. Canibie, C.E., has brought
liis family from Kamloops to Hastings.
-   Major Wicksteed, accountant of the
{tostal department, Ottawa, arrived
leire to:dny. . -:'  •
kev. Arthur Boanlands of Christ
church, Victoria, arrived on the Yosemito this morning.
••Iltevik D. Fraser ajid.---D. McRae
came up from Victoria to-day to attend
the presbytery which meets this even-
i»g. '/"\.'
Pn MacSwain, who was summoned
an. -consultant on the illness of Mr.
Hotner, paid a hurried visit to tiie city
yestorday and returned to Victoria this
morning ou tho Teaser.
qi3KjW 0. S^fcyes .leaves by the C.
P.R. to-morrow for Toronto, whore he
proposes to enter McMaster Hall (the
Baptist1 Oollego fpr-\.flip Bfopiinjon) tov_
a complete course in theology. The
course occupies 4 years.
Registered nt tho Colonial: Dr.
Swbatj1 OiP.Rvj'J. A. .Block, Sftn
Francisco; Jos. Jamieson, and Mrs.
Gibson, Minneapolis; A. H. Hill, Victoria; A. J. Cambie and wife, C.P.R.;
>H.:W.Ohippindale, England; W. O.
Kirby, Aide*. Orovej T, H^Xodnor,
Ladner's Landing; John Bun, Lod?
ner's; 0. D. ^ritfi Viotoria; J. F. Allison, A. Armstrong, C.P.R.; Jno.
Bbwn, Hastings; W. A.G.White,
Langley; G. Hayes, Hope.
O. Bortle of Manchester, Ontario, CO.,
N.Y., writes: "I obtained immediate re-
lief from the use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie OIU ' I have had asthma for eleven,
years. Have been obliged to sit up all
-night for ten or twelve nights irf succession. • I can now slee^ soundly all night
on a feather bed, which X had not been
able to do.previously to using tlie Oil."
^
and sui^eons is attended by delegates
froin all parts pf'the world, including
America, jiuutnyuigaj?out,600;,';. i«
IfE^5PO»r, sJ^20.—A niatch tade
betwejBn "tlie Mayflower and Galatea,
to be sailed off Marblehead somo day
tliis week, 1ms been Arranged. The
ywib-te'Vill prepare at once for tho
race, and. as soon as a day arrives on
which the wind is a strong, plain sailing breeze tlie Mayflower and Galatea
wiir sail over the course off Marble-
head, probably tlie same 0119 as was
sailed by tho "yachts of the Eastern
Club atl their last regatta last July.
That course was 11 triangle of 15 miles
twice passed, making 30 miles in all.
The yachts will go in racing trim and
the match will come off off this week
if tliere iB wind enough.
Sir. Louis, Sopt. 20.—Two freight
trains on the Missouri, Kansas & Texas
division of tho Northern Pacilic collided south of Clayton, in Vuruoii county. '-Both engines weru completely
demolished, with inpyyftmrs. Thu 011-
giuecrs and firemen jumped before
their engines collided, and no ono was
injured. Ono train was loaded with
<)attle, 140 of which woVo killed. Loss
placed at $50,000.^
^CppSTANTIK^jpy^S^pt.    20.—it   IS
stated here that England, Austria and
.Gpnnany havo inviteu TuWcey to occupy Rouinelia if Russia invados Bulgaria. .■■.-■
ii Belfast, Sept. 2(X—At noon h hxvge
body of Queen s Island ship-yard workmen, all Orangemen, marched through
the streets on their, way to aiid from
dinner as if, to provoke a fight.: At
Carricl^;tHill they were attaokod with
volleys ijfc stones nud a desperate fight
ensued,,,whioh is still progressing.
Many men on both sides have beon
wounded. The police -ate out-numbered nnd powerless.
•;.Jj;--;r|!L7-lfH.,r,,    !,!,_,    .
. Mv. Henry Marshall, Keeve of Dunn,
writes: "Some time ui(o I got a bottle of
Northrop & Lyiuaii*s Vegetable Discovery
from Mr. Harrison, and I consider it the
1 very best' medicine extant for Dyspepsia. "
Tins medicine is making marvellous cures
in Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, etc, in
.purifying the blood' and restoring manhood to full vigor.
her bereaved partner and children, but
also by the ttirtounding community.*
Her funeral tool "pla'cSoii trfe*10th;
when not only tho entire neighborhood
but also the adjoining settlements of
Washington Territory were represented. The service was conducted by
Rev. C. Bryant, who in liis address
said, what many have reason tocor-
rbbothto, that the deceased lady had
proved a friend to many, and as a pioneer had lent a helping hand to those
who needed  it.  Mrs. York mode a
Su-fession of faith in Christ before'she
edlK-i '■    r.i,--.    1  ;
 ,1   ...  .1.1- ~~*    UJ
Bonv FotJito.-^The boAy; of Patrick
Murray, the engineer of tho Herry
boat, who has been missing since the
night of the 8th inst, wss discovered
yesterday by a logger named McGilli-
VMjJl^wing in the water nesr Scott's
old-thar", or about 130 yards from
where the ferry bolt was lying on tlu)
night the accident is believed, to. have
taken place. An inquest was held on
tbk-hc^r this afternoon before, Coro-
'jfW'-FftHs.' Swenil witnesses sser*
called, including Dr. Garrow, who had
examined the body and found no
marks of violence on it Theefideuo*
went to show that deceased had only
t2.M in his possession about 11.
o'olock on the night on which he wu
last seen. .Ono dollar and a half in
silver was (ootid on tha body when,
pulled out of the rifer. The jury re-,
turned a verdSotof death! from accidental drowning.     ,      ;,,
.Tm Escnfl'feoEBa.— A Wash-
tngton special saxt:' " It is reported
at the tressurj?' department that the
ihree British schooners seized by our
uetknue cutter for trespassing in Alaskan waters will be released on their
arrival at San Francisoo. A vessel
seized on similar grounds eighteen
.months sgo was promptly released,
Tbat, howerar, will not prevent their,
owners from asking damages through
~, ■ .....,». .-,, a:4iplQm-stio ohannels, and when tie
with'a wick anduti- "question is presented Ihe only defense
our government cad make is that the
purchase of Alaska from Russia included its claim to jurisdiction over a
certain area of water known ai the
" waters thereof" aud "waters adjacent thereto." This has been the
uniform ruling of the treasury department ever sinoe the coutmct was made
in i870 with.the AlasksFur Seal
oompany, the phjeot being to jirotect
fur sesls in their habits and to prevent
disturbances whieh would, it is
claimed, compel them to seek other
breeding grounds. Tlio contraot with
the present" lessees expires In April,
1890." '  I       I j
~"kj
0 body and mind caused by habitual
onstipation.' -We'fegMlsr use of Aysr's
latliartic Pills, in mild doses, will restore
he torpid viscera to healthy aetlotu'1''
The Canadian Paoifio railway are
reputing agtandexiniWbn fromChi-
sgo to Vancouver in honor of tho
Koning of tie new lino. ftrvriU ]s»\,
ere next Tuesday under charge of
erry's American tourists!. agp))oy.-
'„KWvtrIJeas."       '" "  '
dur attention has been called to the
ict thst boat* were tskingfish ssearly
i half-past 5 yesterday evening, ouo? I
ary to the fishery regulations. It is
lid thst this is not the only, occasion
hen* a breach of the regulations has
een committed within the past, few
eeks. '•>">'"" M- "'"'
During this season Mr. McNeeley,
f Ladner's, reports having toUiosWl)
rain sacks, and estimates that about
,000 more will be required. Probably
>,000 or 20,000 old sacks were used
1 the settlement.   Fmm these facia
^Tg^8aw^hoquan-
Mr. B. G, find. Mrs. Wheeler ad-
reused latgo audiences in thd oity
estorday, and .opened Hi, Sunday:
ohool Institution tliis afternoon. A
ission will bo held this, evening, in
ie Methodist church, at7:30, to which
1 are invited. Sessions will alsoiho
eld to-morrow and Wednesday after-
jjonsandtWnlrigs,1""1 !  ■
We regret exceedingly to learn tliat
Ir. Homer is very muoliwoue, and
iere is no expectation of his recov-
ly, but the case was pronounced hope-
At tie ttamqf-fffoj* to Dross it
not expected that Mr. Homer
ouldsurv^u^lmoj^.^^^^
. Kaiigerous ^rliil Voyage.'
" CSioiob, S»Jt.'"ltlM-Tho hriws1
Crawfordville, Indiana, special says:
Miss Lulii Bates, of Cincinnati, made
an ascent ip, a gas balloon from the
fair grouudi, and fcatno near losuig her
life. Wlieii five miles north and a
hafr ihllo from the eartli she attempted
to descend. The grappling hook caught
but the ar-chem-tdiwaslirokon bya
strong wind, wliich carried her among
some trees, where tho balloon was
torn. Tlie hooks gavo way again and
she shot up 300 feet; when the balloon
suddenly Wat!, and the basket descended like lightning. 'She had the
pt**ieiiee of mind to brace herself
firmly against the top of the basket
and this sayedherWe.    .      ■■<,-.<•, 1
' ( JiJil* t: ■ Vr- ■.
I.SAiilNti Dkuoohts on this continent
testify to the large and constantly in-
cteisfng sales of Northrop * Lyman's
ana report
their custemors
plaint, Constipation, Dyspepsia) Imparity
of the Blood, and Mm- physical infirmities, aiid ns a female medicine, it has ac-
conimpllslied remarkable cures.
_ — •■-•-*	
For Salo 1000 i-bsrrels and kits cheap.
Apjrly at thia ofllce. aplOto
This Afternoon's Despatches.
apeclal te Ibe fulnmblan. • ■ , . '
: Ci,r)viriii.\i.R, Cal.,  Sept. 19.—A severe shock of earthquake was felt at this
place at 10.30 last night, from south to
.tiolr(b, which, lasted several seconds. No
apparent damage was done.
. Pjrjseoita, Sept, 19.—The Sullivan-
Hearld fight of last night was the principal topic of conversation in sporting
circles today. It was the general opinion that Sullivan had the 'f wonder"
whipped before a blow had been struck.
No matter how confident Hearld had
been before the fight, he. lost heart as
soon as he faced' tbe. champion, and .was
virtually defeated! Hearld intended to
round bis man, but Sullivan had made
up his mind to knock him out before the*
polico could interfere, and he nearly succeeded in doing eo.' Another round
would have settled Hearld beyond a
shadow of doubt. The champion left
for the east this morning to complete arrangements for his trip tothe Paoific
slope. Hearld will remain here till after
his battle with Bradburn, of Chicago, at
Genera Park next Saturday.
'i'iNnw Youk, Sept. 19.—Manyyaohis
Have left the harbor, and many will
go to-morrow. Yachtsmen are dis-.
guated with Saturday's race, and seem
anxious to get home.   The result of
'yesterday's drifting race is as' yet unknown. Commodore Gerry was seen
on board the Eleotra to-day, and
aak«d for thf. yachts' time at finish.
The time taken by eaoh yacht is as it
passed Brenton reef lightship, and
waa as follows! Stranger, 8 h. 69 m.
25 s.j Cinderella, 9 h. 47 m. 15 s.;
Gitana, 9 h. 51 ra. 34 s. | Thetis, 9 h.
57 m, 35 s.< Gtlatta, 10 h. 62 m. 30
s.; Mayflower, 10 h. 52 m. 30 s. It
would seem from this that the Galatea
finished before the Msyflower, but
such Waa not the ease. The commodore said the Mayflower passed the
lightship one length ahead of the
(Slates, and. tha discrepancy in time
is due to a difference in the time of tlie
watches Used on the different yachts.
Commodoro Gerry would not say whether the race would be given to the
Mayflower or the Galatea, though the
fact that the former finished a length
ahead of the Galatea and was handicapped besides would Went to leave no
question to decide. He also cuuld not
teli whether it would be decided that
Stranger won. He laid that he could
not decide these questions—they were
for the regatta committee to pass
upon, snd aa the committee have already gone bock to New York, the
race can only be decided by them tnoru
by time of finish, without regard to
fouls or timo allowance of handicap.
The wldners are the Gitana. Mayflower, Stranger and. Cinderella in their
respective classes. It was nearly midnight when the Mayflower and Gala-
lea, the last boats in, dropped anchor
in the harbor. AH ll'8 big yachts remain, with tho exception of the Puritan, which sailed to-day. The Sachem
want out this afternoon-for a few hours,
to try the wind. There will be a general departure to-morrow, whon the
yachts will hasten home and go out of
commission with the last race uf a
brilliant season a deolded fizzle.
Bel-ast, Sept 19.— There was des-
perate riotiug on Davis street tn-dsy.
A policeman arrested two drunken
men for fighting, when a mob immediately gathered around the police and
threatened them with violence. It
was with the greatest difficulty that
the prisoners were secured. As soon
as the barrack doors were clr-sed behind the prisoners a-fearful at'nck was
made upon the building by tho mob.
The outside shutters were turn down
aud the windows smashed. There
wero only four constables . within the
barraoks, who tired" seven rounds,
killing ono man aud .wounding sersral
others. It is staled that a woman was
wounded and has sinco died in her
own house. The iuob was scattered by
reinforcements uf police. Later on thu
mob re-gathered In small groupi,wheh
a number of priosts tried to persuade
the people to retire to thtir homes.
The disturbed dislrict ia patrolled hy
military polico reinforcements.
Bbruh, Sopt. 10.—The Emperor
William has recovered from his recent
illness,   TKo convention of, rihysieinns
.. PAsaraisEig.
> Per str. Yosemite, from Victoria, Kept.
20—Mrs OticrhSoh, IIIbh Burr, Rov A llenn-
Innds, Hev MoKae, Rev D Fraser, Dr
finats, Copt JSteiltne, Messrs T-J Armstrong, Q A Black, A E Kill, H Dudils, A
B English, Davie, Jas Jamieson, Whlt-
Kteal, Dr Kent, J W Burr, Jos Burr.
Per str. JjRellnnco, froni lip rlvei", Sept,
20.-J stevpns nntl wife, J F MaFarlahd, H
-Veatlierfqnl, T J Pogue, .1 Coburn, .Ino
Earsman, Ed'Rosenthal, Geo Hayes, C W
Shaw,GO Noble, [Bate. Campbell,-fl Acquire, C Q Clark, wJR Lister, A Speneer,
It Brett, N Abercromlile. THotmail. L
Pogno, G Black, Mulsnc-r, Rand, Muller,
T Alderson, H Robertson, J McCarthy, It
McKee. T Q White, J Johnston, D Munroe.
A B Phillips, C Conway, A Reed, and 15
Chinese,
Mrs. D. Morrison,' Famham Centre,
P.Q.,, writing about Dr. Thomas' Eclec-
trio Oil, says: George Boll used it on his
son, and it cured him of rheumatism with
only a few applications. - The balance of
the bottle waa used by an old gentleman
for Asthma, with the best results. It
acts liko a charm."
*f)UClC9
Chickens, per pair. „....
Turkeys-perlb ...„	
Cordwooif (retail) per conl...
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
wortn killer, Mother -Graves' Worm Ex-
terminator; nothing-equato it. Procure
a bottle and tako it-home.
The Conreaeratfon Life.
1 he annual repftrt of thii solidly proa-
perouB Canadian lutitation will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify th* ecomiumi which
the shareholders present bestowed unou
ilie management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in whioh the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expensesW the oompany bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the sonndneisof the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
Income is sufficient to pay the death
oUims—wliich in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. '{he 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 .a surplus of 8'2S'.',1{)D
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the last year
was $200,300. 8a much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as tho true policy of
the Company, viz;—"To keep its balance
sheet right antl avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business,"
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson k Co,
are agents for this company in British
Colnn?>ia. _^__   mlOto
Have you tried Holloways Corn Cure ?
It has no equal for removing these troublesome exor-cscenses, as many have testified who have tried it.
Surface Indications
■What a miner wonld very properly term
"surface Indications** ot what Is beneath,
aro the Pimples, Btias, Sore Eyes,
Boils, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
which people are annoyed in spring sod
early summer, Tho effete matter accumulated during tbo winter, months, now
makes Its presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel It from the system.
While it remains, it Is a poison that festers
in the blood and may develop into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement
of the digestive aud assimilstory organs,
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
weariness—often lightly spoken of as "only
spring fever." These are evidences thst
Nature is not able, unaided, to throw off
tho corrupt atoms which weaken the vital
forces. To regain health, Nature must bo
aided by a thorough blood-purifying medicine; aud nothing else is eo effective as
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
-which Is sufficiently -powerful to expel
from the system even tho taint of Hereditary Scrofula.
_ Tbe medical profession Indorse Ami
Sarsaparilla, and many attestations of
the cures effectedby It come from all parti
of tho world. It Is- In the language of
the Hon, Francis Jewett, ex-State Sen*
ator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Xowell, "the only preparation that does
wai, lasting good;"
PltETAItBD BT
Dr, J. C, Ayer A Co., Lowell, Hue,
'■' Sold by all Druggists: Price 91;
.       Six bottles for $5.
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
BOARDING* DAV SCHOOL FOR
BOYS & YOUNG MEN.
THE RT. REV. BISHOP PADO00K, D. 0., RECTOR
jTUfHIHTMAft TERM BRGINH SEPT. 2,
\J \m. Tlio following Pcnnrtinents
tiiorowhly tnnglitt-LANOUAGEB 1An-
rlentand Modern): ENGLISH (ComnoHl-
Mon. Rhetoric, e\e,)\ MATHEMATICS
.(Pure t*ni1 Applied): SCIENCE (Chi-mlB-
try, Pbyslcn. Bntnny, etc.): BUSINESS
(Bwk-kecptns, lVnmniiHhlp, Commer-
clnl Arithmetic, Corresiiondenee, Shorthand, etc.): MUSIC {Vocal and Inatru-
montnl): PHAWING.
fw term* nddMas    i m  ,„
PROF, J. TAIT,
Jly28lfl : Principal.
THE WKST RIIORR FOR SF.PTKHBKH.
-The Great Illustrated British Coium-
bin Edition. A hill supply uow on baud
at T. It. Pearsou A t'o's.. sole agents ter
the Mainland. atiW ets. feaeh, '- te -
A new map of British Coiumbin just
issued by the government, .for. sale at
T. R, Pearson k Co's. The hest map
ever issued; $2,25.—Adv,
Job printing of nll kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower timn at any other office in
the province.--Adv.
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes {for Presbyterian Church), at T.
R. Pearson k do/a, New Westminster
apd Granville, *
Mortgagee, Heeds, Leases, Agreements of Sale, ahd blank forma of all
)ciuds> at T. R. Pearson k Co's. *
ST*. PAUL'S  CHURCH. Services ev-
ery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 P. M. Ul
the Church, St, John street, below Royal
uvenuf*.  Seats free, all are cordially Invited.  Sunduv School at 2,30 p. v.
■   -(fe28tc)
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary Bt.
Rbv. O. Watson, Pastor. Services at
in,and7p.m. Sunday School and
Illhlo Class 2:30 p. in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursday.-1 at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited. Je7«fo,
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, Ht. Mary's,
Sapperton, Services, Sundays, 10.30
a. m., nnd 3.30 p.m. Thursdays, 7.30 p. m.
Dally, ion. m.,5p. m. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 7 a.m., oxcept 2nd Sunday In the
month.  All scau free. mhSOte
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt, Lennie pastor; meets In the Court House.
Services lit 11 A.M, and 7 p. M. Sabbath
School and Biblo Class nt 2.30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strangers cordially Invited. aplStc
l     UNION LODGE No. 0, A. P.
**_#\gy '•& A* St.—The regular Com-
lt^ --munlcationB of this Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on the first Mondny in each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
.      .  Secretary.
NOTICE.
TiUIUNG MY ABSENCE FROM THE
IJ Provinoe, my son, T. J. Armstrong,
holds my powor of attorney nntl holds my
appointment iu Deputy Sheriff.
W. -f. ARMSTRONG.
July 13th, 1880.   If uir'. Jlyl'mS
Knights of Labor.
THE KNIGHTS OP LABOIt HAVE
removed from the Foresters' Hnll to
tho Orangemen's Hnll, where they hold
their weekly meetings on TUESDAY
NIGHT at 8 o'clock.
M. P. CROCKER,
Secretary.
New West,, Aug. 27th, 1880.     dnuiMml
Harvest Festival.
r-IESriVAL SERVICES will ho hold In
J? Holy Trinity Church, New Westmlniter, on
Wednesday, Sept'r 22nd
Choral Celebration at 10 o'clock—Preacher, Rov. C. Crowcher..
Choral Evensong at 8 p. m.—Preacher,
Rev. A. fieanstand of Victoria.
Offertories in aid of the Royal Columbian Hospital, dselStd
TcuMQNt Cau No. 6.
P; 0. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
Ititnl Merchandise!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries &.Provisions.
■lUKDBOM'S 1U.OCK, Oolumliln St,
Uw-nuJlto
Cancellation of Reserve
NEW WESTMINSTKU  DISTRICT.
NOTICE IH HEHEBY GIVEN that the
Reserve placed upon Section 4, Block
1 North, ltantfe 7 West, ban been cancelled,
and that three months from tho dnte
hereof tbe land will be open to purchase.
WM. SMITHE.
Chief Comniissiunci- of Lands A Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, lt. C, Sept. lst, 1880.    dseJml
Lnnd Registry Ordinance. 1870
lot tl, Block I, tot 5, Block II, Lot M*
lllm-k VI. lol 1, illork II, 8nMlvlsl»
V, pans or IMftlrli'l lot No. laii Lot li,
Hl'.-k XXVII, Knbdlvlslnn tt, part of
DUtrlrl Ut No. ihi, anil Block M, part
of District Lot No.tOta.lH thcfltyor
Vancouver,
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATES OP
Title of John Calltstor to the abovo-
moiitioncd lauds havo heen lost or destroyed, and application has beon made
for duplicates thereof; Notice is therefore
hereby iilven that such duplicate certificates will be Issued unless cause bo shewn
to the contrary-within ono month from
tho dnte hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Lnnd Registry Office,
Now Wostmlnstor, B. C.„ llth Sept., '88.
dsellml
jsi-^-vir ^j-jLX-
DRY GOODS
OPENING   DAILY.
D. Drysdale & Co.
• ■
73 COLUMBIA STREET,
---jf New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
IMPORTERS OF
Dry Goods, Silks, Millinery,
Carpets, Underclothing, Hosiery,
J-X.X.    XII
Clothing, Cent's Furnishing
Goods!
Millinery & Dressmaking done in Latest Styles.
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.
30'yln. NEW WESTMINSTER
LORNE COLLEGE,
-t-T-B-W-   *-C-r-EST-tv(JEI-tTST-E-a,   S. C. *
.... **ke Bl.k.p .1 K« Wialaliiltl,
Pmxcipal-H. FIENNEJ3-CLINTON, ESQ., M. A. (of Ktble Collego, Oxford,
and Lennox ville, F. Q.).
Assistaxt Master and Snpmi*iiKKD«sT or thi Comukhcial DirARmiir i
W. H. BATES, ESQ. (of tht Collage Communale, Boulogne, and Anglo-
Frenoli College, London).
Matroh-MRS. EEDWSH.
Boahd of KnrcATios—The Visitor and Principal i The Ven. Archdeacon of Columbia ; The Iter. H. O. Fiennes-Clinton; C, N. Tnw, Esq., M. D.; G. E. Corbould, Esq. 	
The School will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. gth, 1886.
fl-HK C0UR8K OP STUDIES BMBHA0E8 EITHER CLASSICAL OR COMBER-
X cialsub'ects. In the former Bntiicliun preparation is given for the Universities;
In the latter pupils are flt'erl by n study of Modern Languages. Commercial Corres-
gindence, Book-keeping, Ac, to take positions of responsibility lu the Busineu
ouses of the Province.   Both branched include sound instruction In Geography,
History, Knp'.Ish and Mullit'iruiMi-rr.
For Prospectus, apply to the Bishop op nnw Wbstxinsteh, or any member of the
Bonrd 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
$3r-Call early to secure Bargains.
G.   LEISER.
INSURANCE S, H, WEBB
NewWestminster City
DWELLINGS, % percent.
OUTSIDE OF CITY:
DWELLINGS, 2 per cent.
BARNS, 3    ."
RAND BROS.,
ACENTSCITIZENS INSURAHCEGOV
dwseSiul
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HAVING HAI) EXTENSIVE KX.
perience In California and elsewhere in the ahove business, I un now
prcparerl to take charge of any sales,
auction or. otherwise, that the puhllo
may favor mo with.
«un», Hlflfu, Cirtrldr***. Fowler,
Shot, Fishing tickle, (r-Mtt-
den,   Cillery,  ui   tw
fiUimre,
TO BE HAO  AT THE OLS STAND,
KNOWN AS TH it
'Menagerie 8hop,*
.    OOLUMBIA  STRUT.
ilwaiinto
■••■■a ,-;■ a--,- iMBt-t&ss*.*nis&sa*
gailg gritiglv dtotabian
Monday Evening, Stiii. so. -HI*.
LatesttirTeli
Saturday Night's Despatches.
ftpccial lo lhe <-j»miit-i«a.
Halifax, S^-'re.—^he^icuftiigiu
the case connected witli tlio seizure of
the fishing schooner, David J. Adams,
being resumed to-dny before commissioner McLcllim, the newspaper men,
subpoenaed yesterday as witnesses,
were found in their seats. Meagher,
counsel for tho U.S. goverijaneirt^de-J
inandcd tliat any witnessw in court
except the one under examination bo
order to withdraw. Tho commissioner
wub powerless to grant tlie demand,
counsel Russell Baying tho witnesses
referred to had como to stay. A dispute, lasting 20 minutes, botween
Meagher and Russell followed, during
whieh the former threatened to retire
unless nn adjournment was granted.
The newspaper-men remained in their
Beats and Meagher 'finally consented
to call one of the witnesses to be examined. D. Ellis, of Victoria Beach,
being called, swore to having sold bait
to the Capt. of the David J. Adams.
At the close of his testimony the court
adjourned till Monday.
Galway, Sej>t. 18.—Father Fahy,
the Catholio,; Jri§sf? ui^derfjdiiig-;\<».
months' imprisonment here for alleged
threats agaiwrtr-a landlord- for having
ovicted one of the priest's parishioners
at Woodford, i^S%ii-Wtevvief to-day
with an associaMuH>n^ reporter, said:
"I never mentioned dynamite to Lewis
and I never thnateiui-d him.. I never
urged tho people to groan at'liim and
did not give bail, because such a compliance would have been a tacit admission that my defense was false and if I
mado a false defense I would prove
myself unworthy of tlio priesthood,"
falling off this year is likely to furnish a potter juarkek.jjexiu jpmbp-
Sinco our last visik here, two yoars
rtnee^the Colonial'hotel has-been -re-"
built, and we can truly say that the
hotel is a credit to the eity; not only
is the building commodious, but well
arranged for convenience and to guard
againBt fire. Mr. John Insley and his
gentlemanly and attentive assistant,
Mr. Chas, Wilson, leave nothing undone to add" to the comfort bf their"
gueitB, while charges are quite reason- '
able.? Calling at tho penitentiary to
^wifthdpfii'aers. wo found.jfte worthy.,
warden,' Mr. McBride, and hts able
deputy warden, Mr. Fits-Simmons, at
home, and noticed the changes that
had taken place in the bnildiug since
our hiBt call. Now there is an upper
tier with a row of cells, giving increased accommodation. ( At present
nearly 100 prisoners have to be provided for, ahd the land cultivated thia
year is looking well and will go far to
make the prison self'sustaining. Tlie
shoomaking and tailoring departments
are alio flourishing.' Altogether, the
penitentiary is in good hands, and
creditable as a public institution."
is:?ciffiyo.
Wholesale and Retail
Is Beach a Coward?
It seoms that Beach, who holds the
world's championship, refuses to make
a match with Hanlan anywhere oxcept
on  the Paramatta■ river,   Australia.
Referring to this refusal Hanlan aaid
to a reporter of the Toronto Mail that
.Beach, wai. a  coward.   "He  won't
tako big money and oome," said Hanlan, " and announces that if I $o to
England if wilt be'of no avail, as he
will only row me ou the Paramatta in
Australia;:, I wa»;!a' fool, 1 IcnoV-.-to
peddle the championship from door ta
door until I disposed, of it, or rather
was robbed of it.   Yes, robbed   of it.
The steamer Tomki robbed me of the
tirst race, and as regards the second,
the climate and worry so enervated me
that I was anything but myself.   Further, Beach and   his   friends   availed
-.«-. -.«, ■ __  -k.   -».i. themselves of every advantage.   They
Sofia, Sept. |f-f Pr^f6 ^-PI pubMy-#aM they would gtfenfr noth*
'       "   ing, and  didn't;   ThiJy. 'nl^ed' .the
course,'date aud hour.   I Had nothing
to say.    What I want now is fair field
and no favor and I will show tho people
litf. jjanada, fchey arff.vrohg when .they
think my energies are spent.    I want
to row  on the Tyne, as a better and
clearer    course    can   be  got  there.
Bargee, steamboats, mul small  boats
make the Thames as undesirable for a
race as Toronto Bay.   But I will row
j.Bejicli _on  any water in England for
good iiiono-j^-'By searchm£**-fdr a conqueror .I.Jpuud ono.   I ain Boarching
for another, but undor different oir*
AbsoKftesfyPure
This-powder never varies, A marvel of
piit'lty.Ktreuffth mulv.'1-olenomenesH, Moro
economical Hum the ordinary, kimU, und
cnftnot'M ROlil in pompoilllon with the
multitude of lowtwt.ohort- weight -alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only in cans.
Roy ai. Baking Po»*«)im'O<j.,106WaH8t,j
New York. . *, ' Sfely .
HO HCRANITE CREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO. STOP AT IN
-.,:-;■ j-jB-iNITE CITY,
I^BfteT-QLASS ACCOMMODATION, und
r thfrTflble siippllntl with overy possible ilollcnoy. The hotel Is under Iho personal innnii^oineiit of II19 well-known
CAIRNS'
Proprietors.
BffUG GISTS!
Xew Westminster, B. C.
■-.'■'• mhlOtc
THE CELEBRAfeb
BITE
Sewing Machine!','■■
agent hero" wii presented with the
Bobranje's tdlegpam to' the Gar,- ffrAy*
ing for his friendship and protection,
the  agent said: "Prince Alexander's
departure has removed anwi»taole-to
the good relations between Russia' and"
Bulgaria, which was a source of great
danger to tho prosperity of -Bulgaria,
wliich Russia ;1|ns at heart.   Russia
cannot admit! otaji the idea jofPriude
Alexander returning to Bulgaria and'
this fact thereforo is ono guaranteo to
the happiness and eternal independence
which your telegram mentions.   Another guarantee you possess within
yourselves  in moderation and in cordiality remwubenng ,wq11  tliat , the
powers have Jjpttytt' formally sanctioned tho presehtrbrder of things ih Bulgaria and tliat tlieir sanction can only
be acquired by prudonce and moderation in the present govornmont and in
the  members of the futuro great assembly.   Russia j never protected any
party.   RusmllenraB harmony among
you  all and alio specially desires that
your government should be above all
party spirit,   Tho  presu-Jeiit of-the
Bobranjo then questioned tlie agent refunding the ideuUW~of. the new candidate  for tfll^BhlgaHa^'-flmme'-ana
waB told in reply tliat it would entirely depend on the candidates powers in
his private capacity.   He added that
he had no information to give, saying:
the jury which was elected does not
know what it will * have to adjudge.
The assembly must elect whom  it
thinks best and most.capable of representing the dignity of Bulgaria.   The
Russians  in Bulgaria deny all complicity in the seizure and deposition of
Prince  Alexander, but havo advised
moderation  in the treatment pf those
who were implicated in prder to maintain quiet and prevent discontent from
spreading.   The   Russians say  they
consider that now the object of the
plot is  removed' no one can proceed
against the actors in the plot,   Bulgarians rejoice that the Bulgarian question has assumed a more international
character, and they think that this
tends to avert the danger of armed occupation.     Bulgarian   deputies   are
anxious  to know what candidate for
the Bulgarian throne would be acceptable to the powers before proceeding to
the election of Prince Alexander's successor and they are unwilling to choose
a candidate whom , the powers might
reject.  The sobrattje closed its present
session to-day.   A ukase will be read
before the adjournment fixing the date
for the election of the great assembly
which is ta elect the new prince.   .
San Francisco, Sept 18,—Arrived,
str. San Pedro, from Tacoma. Cleared,
str. Alki, for Nanaimo; schr. Hue-
neme, for Port Townsend. Sailed,
British man-of-war Cormorant, for Esquimalt; str. Columbia,'for Astoria,
As (fliers See lis,
^rtlaMflnOiirsery!
N* OW ik THE TIME TO BEND UN
your orders, if yon want some of
those nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc, fiom Ontario. Ar I return
about the middle of June to Bottle up my
affairs there and come out this fall with
tho stock for my nursery here, and will
select and bring yonr orders right along
with me for this fnll and next taring's
filantlnu;, I will satisfy all both as to qua-
Uy of trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here In the "business bo yon will know
where to find mc. All communications
nf tor tho mid die of J une muy be addressed
te mo at Bowmanville,Ont.,or to Carleton
A Harris, I'ort Hammond.
Q. W| HENRY,
my22t« Port Hammond P. 0.
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EOR INSURING kOUSKS-iOTHER
-Buildings, Goods, Wares,: Merchant'
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable: rivers .and 'canals, add
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries, , ,.
FROM LOSS OK DAMAGE Bf FIRE.
Subscribed'and Invested,Capital;
£1.600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained On application to ''
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A-^hTfdi^ewWMtmiristcr.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMKS FISHER, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, fTO*- .,
'ttlTURE MARBLtt.'Ac
< Persons living at a distance, by t-oiiuin-j
a description of what they wish, can have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on tho J-nclfle. Coast, and at reasonable
rates.  N, 8,41*0 agents employed, *
Oordoti Street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp. St Andrew's Presbyterian Church
■ mhUlto-      ,
AS ANY MADE.
SO'li'AGENT FOR MAINLAJIP.l  ..
i .    C. J. ROBSON,
At tlie.NGw Fruit, and Confeotlonery
Store. Opposite. Colonial Hotel, New
WestmlnSter, B.O.lj      '•■    ' Jl*>"8t«*'
TESTIMONIAL!
JOHNS.COX,
Importer and "Dealer in
COLUMBIA; STREET,
NewWesttiWt^UC.^
yfjux
fmfflkf
;'      incj.otinq
m-olmiftjif  iti il      •
LKJGHOHNS,    rill,,
~rWN LEGHORNS,
PLYMOUTH ROCK*,   .
.   LANO9HAN08,
White Crested BUekPolMds.
neks,
leu .i».r«un.r .
Vtt-lfySGtViX.
>    . pit Sum, Honduts.
taJlii-Jn and Eggs supplied atlow rates,
am) all stock guaranteed... .   .:
Koyal Avenue, Enst of Douglns St
I':   ■■ "    rah'Ste   :'  «; ■'' ■'
Mew Westminster, Coal Hnrtor
1/7 and Seattle Scute,,"',,.1
—UITOW81UI ANII DUUM IK—
BOO'kSi l,-,,',;iMU 'C;
Stationery,
Pjanosr
'      '  Faimmr,88rylJnMi'1886','
MR,G*:ROBERTSONt
''  ■"'       Vancouver;; '■*"■■
Represent I ng Gol'djij it McCulloch,
■■' ■ '•■'•' -..'..' 1__ "" »d$$£
■»flra.*»»-We tlm undersigned, haying wit*
nessed the terrible lire whhdi wiped out of
existence the ,3'oMnR.cHy ot Vat.co^*r,
on tho 1.1th Inst, have, after tlnJflr^, examined the idles sold, aj; you, .somo- of
which were put-to thb tnost uovere test,
having been stirroutided by large iguantl-
tle« of lard and bacon, and we are pleauod
 '       '"'      '-•--■'-    |JV
-PRACTICAL-
cumstancca and tho man I sook says
that having waited six months ho will
wait no longer. I waited bovqii months
for him in his own country, and was
beaten. I found ho favor and sought
none. I seek none now, but if Beach
is not a coward, when I arrive in England he will hasten to row mo. Any-
how I will get on somo nice there, you
can depend on it."
HACK FOR HIRE.
mn
Mr. M. H|j^','tonerly"jditor and
proprietor bf tho Kamloops Sentinel,
lately visited this city and sends tlio
following to the Kamloops paper:
"The post few days havo been devoted to visiting various parte of the
Royal City. In overy direction pro*
gress is vieible, not to speak of tho
railway track now running along Front
street to tht west end of town, nor. the
extensive gas works now under contraot, and pipe laying along Columbia
street. Three nno buildings, conveniently located, are being erected for
the B. 0. penitentiary officers, while
private ent6rpri»e displays wonderful
energy. However, tho most notable
feature in improvements is the magnificent edifice recently erected by the
R. C. congregation, which has a linish
that reminds' one of eastern cathedrals.
The contractor, Mr. McKay, has the
foundation. ready for the Sisters' new
hospital, which occupies a choice site,
nnd from the work dono and plan we
have no doubt another attractive fee
ture will be added to the noble institutions of the .city, If funds are available the hlAJfltSr will be opened in the
fall. This U l*i*able fo* humanity's
sake. Business'generally appears to
be fair, and great activity prevails in
different branches) perhaps none exhibit this more thai* the Royal City
Milling and Manufacturing Co. The
demand fcr.,o^t»tied lumber, doors,
windows, et):j!b lMge and likely to
continue for some time. The cannery
business has falM Hhort of expectations this season, which somewhat
Interferes with some interests.    A
1   Mormon Elders Bereft.
. " Throe hundred Mormons arrived
on tho Wyoming," was the message
from Castle Oarden that woke up
Emigration Commissioners Starr and .
Stephenson yosterday morning, These'
anti-Mormon citizens made up their
minils to make things hot fur the 300
Mormons, and they hastened to Castle
Garden.
When" tlie * Wyoming's , pssiengors
were landed all the gates were closed,
anil no oho was permitted to go out or
to enter the rotunda. At the registra
tion tlealia tho commissioners asked
each manor woman individually where
he or she wus going.
" Utah, sir," was the common answer.
'-Is that your wife, and aro those
your children I"
" Yes, air."
" Have you any money 1"
" Then how are you going to reach
Utah!"
" A gentleman named Mormon has
brought us out here and will send us
out,"
Mr. Stephenson had this entire family stopped and sent to Ward's Island,
where they will be detained unless a
8500 bond for each individual is given
as security that he will not bo dependent an the city or count; for one year.
If the bonds nre not furnished the
entire family will, be returned as paupers, unless tiie courts of law overrule the anti-Mormon commissioners.
This family had no baggage.
A woman with two children admitted that ahe had been induced to leave
her husband, a farmer in Denmark, by
the alluring promises of the elders.
When she was told what she might be
subjected to she went into hysterics.
Sho will bo sent baok to Denmark as a
pauper.
Five modest young women (rom
different parts of England said that
Elder Mormon of Utah had promised
each a happy home and good places
where they could earn eunuch to bring
out their families. Tho five young
women were sent in care of Matron
Boyle to Father Riordan's homo at 7
State street, Nearly 100 men, women
and children, Mormuji proselytes, who
admitted that they had no money,wero
corraled in the Ward's Island Bureau
and will be sent bacK to Europe by the
Wyoming unless the Mormon agent
here ean give $500 bonds for each
one.
Two hundred'of the Mirrinons who
had money were distributed among
the most respectable of tho emigrant
boarding houses, the proprietors of
which will be held rcnponsible for
their safe keeping until it can be sat.
tsfoctorily proved that they hive been
forwarded to their destination.
Superintendent Jackson and..Commissioners Siarr and Stephenson said
they would explain tlieir roasonj today for the steps they had taken.
They will havo a full list of the detained persons, and sre collecting rifii-
davits from them. Mr. Stephenson'
said:
"We have been criticised in regard
te admitting polygamists horo. Wo
have determined to tako a step that
no other commission ever dreamed rif.
I mean not recognizing eliuroh . iiniTU-
gration by wholesale only, but imii*
vidual immigration.' I guest we won't
have many Mormons landed at. Cast lo
Oarden again in u hurry. Wi Have
the law on our side this time.—A-. J*.
Smi.
nv. tJNDEItsIQNED hns established
lilmRcl- in the Citv of Now Westminster with a FIRST-ULAHS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
- Which ts Alien fur Kiimigrmenls at
Very moilctnle <'linrscH.
Orders left at tlio Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will he promptly attended
to day or night. Blablo nextH. Elliott's
JOS. OAT138.
Telephone-No. itl). mylte
to toHtifyto tUti remarkable mauuei
which everyJjaiq; sold; liy; yirn drew
its contents, not only bouhs and papers,
(J. Vf. TARTE, Matter.)  I .
W] S'Lii; LEAVE* SEAWLE &V'B»Y*
Tlim-Hdty MornlUB atTe'elacki for
Xew Wontmintrtei' arid Coal Harbor, -Via
Port Towniendandtlie Island*; arrlveitat
New Wentmliutor ou Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal! Harbor about two houri
|. afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR VH<
dny NIglit for Seattle.
,-■■  -^reto fcatllel., ji.      .«*,•€
.', '■', frelfclit per Ion,....  -MO
"' Special fates to nn^chanti.        nplQte
ii ,M*p
'"■"")
Htnem
■'■•■ ii
.) «Ju*w
Toys, etc*-
DffiS-MKLl!
Misses. Mcelroy a fitz henry
wish to Inform the Ladles of New
"Westmlnatcr that thoy have opened a
nress-Making Establishment
-AT-
TBAPP BBU-fi STOKE, «JOLIHltIA STV
Where they will be prepared to execute
any orders entrusted to them In the latest
styles and with all possible despatch.
New Westminster, Oct. 6th^lB85.   oc7to
WEST END
Bakery & Grocery
Plain and Fancy
Has just received for tbe Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
'   GENTS'
BOLD UIETEE OTIS
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches |
from $25 to. $55, |
Ladles Size American Stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
$32.50.
REMEMBKR-Wc do not sell "filled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold.
Oar good* are guaranteed just as represented, and prlees lower than any
other house ih B, 0.
COLOKIAL BLOCK,
imt ajso thousands of  dollars In paper
money wore taken out in pi'i-fuct, cimdl-
tlon; WeVoan, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend tltem ssthor-.
oltrghlyflre proof:     -a    ..,*.;.,,,,
L. A.Hiunllton.for Uio Canadian Pacific
Hallway Company:   >I. A. MaeLeiin,
Mayor; Johtt J. Blake, StlpendlaryMa-
siBtrate; Rlch'd. Atcxandnr, Justice of
ibe Fence; John floylthee. Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; ThomaB Dunn,
Justice of tile Peace; Isaao Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Hand, Roal Estate Broker;
It. Balfour,.Alderman;  John Rankin,
Real. Esmto Broker:; Plthtif A Edson,
Rdyal Hotel: Hi V, Keefer, Contractor,
0, P. R,i 3. W. McFarladd,. Port Moody,
ta Vancouver and English Bay; F. C.
Innes-iCo., Real Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
Ross-, Keal Estate Broker; * Gravely A
Spinks, Heal-Estate.Brokers; R.C. Fer-
Busoti, Mgr. It. C,P. Mills,      i    JoSOto
Importer, arid DeaWrin
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dellto
B. C.
The Colonial
And Confectionery always ou hand.
Delivered to any pait of the City.
SESBXiZi'S* SX&OjS.,   Columbia Street.
;Je21.tc	
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Kamlshes all Kinds or Help
. Free or Charge.
JI^BUSliis AMY.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR .BELL A
Business, take a partner, etc.
PICKERING & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Strut-', between Douglas
mill BfOtiiilitoii, VIUT01UA, B. C. P. 0
boj OWI rnh-T'
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER.
WmRoss
IMPORTEIl AND DEALEIt IH
BOOTS and SHOES
—-j-ity—.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
City to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Briok Blook,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
nM
& Private College I
-—-p-btt^——-
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WIW, BE.PPJSNED AT
R08»^AYyJ^HtlAy9.C.
Al#i)AY, AUGUST 16,1886,
THE   HUILDING   HAS   15 ".LABOB.
Rooms and  is well furnished with
register Brutes, liftth rooms, Ac, 4c,  ll
Kxcrllont opportunities tor ull kinds of
healthful exorcises, Including bunting ana
blitlllllL'.   ;
Pupils will bo made most comfortable
and their genoral welfare earefnlly eon*
shlered... .'
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS.
will be iniiiiitftlncd.   '
Excelleutfuellltieswllt be afforded for
Instruction In KDRllsb. CottnaercUl.
t'lusHtcal and HtHlern Lansiiage Hubjects,
With ■■■irumcntnl Mastc.
Application Forms, References and full
Information furnished by
KKV. C. J. llBKNTON, M.A.,
...   Nuw Westminstbb.
June", 18S6.       ... awjlyaito .
The Largest Stock* on the Mainland, , and. second - to.. no
;;   House in.'BtiiisK. Co.!
' .lutebl*1" ' 'I'""1
MONUMENTS
m
Wood and Goal.
fplIE fiUUHCRIIlKR HAB OX HAND A
Jl   liiwquuntltyof
REST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates,  He
will ulso promptly nttend to nll kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McC'oII'h storo on Columbia street, or Ut my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster IJ. C. JlylOto
O-TOTICE!.
OTKJK' IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo Intend lo mnke njiplliriitlon to
in.. HoHonrnlilo tho Minister of the Interior, JH) dnys nfter ilnto, for il license to out
nnrl hnll 1 limber on See. 21 nml W. i' Hue,
21, Township I, Group II, New Westmln-
Hter Dlstrlet.
WWNKTTE J8AWMH.Ii CO., Lil
Dnlert Aug. 2fttli, lun. (InulMml
Ail
Tbe French Lenoir, (food) ear, Pink.
erton, (loch-nne, OaitlU 4 Co.,
Armei Holden and Slater
Boots and Shoei.
r ADIES AND GENTliBjMnN Af(E RE-
lj speotfully Invited to enll nnd examine the stork.
I liave nlso ori hand the
»(.m H.nxiMArv urnmwnu.
TIGHT KNtJK HO-IT!1
Whioh now takes ths place of gum boots.
Jyffito
Notice to Persons in Search
pf Farms,
mHE township 6p borreY; con-
1 tains several Farms whicli are for
sale. Tho land in of excellent duality—the
very best In the province. The Reeve
anil Council aro most anxious to secure
desirable settlors. Application to them
will rocelvo prompt iiltentlon. The roads
In the township nre eoorl, nnd therearo
churches, schools, nnrl a town hall.:' r
THOH. SHANNON, Reove,
Clov«r;VKlley P. 0.
H.T. THRIFT, Clerk,    _ „
jnKtc Hnll's prnirie P. o.
;    ISOTICE,
Dominion   Lands.
\totioe ia hereby giVen THAT.
ll tho surveys of Townships Nos. 1 and
27 west of Coast Meridian, and (Townships
Nos. 7, 8, 10, 13. 14 and 10, oust or Const
Meridian, New Westmlnsler Dlsf ,1ot. having been duly confirmed, the unden|gn«l
Is nt/iw prepnred to receive (ipplJcation* for
Homestead Entry on Dominion Lands in
such Townships respectively.
Applicants must personally unpen
fore the undersigned at the  Dohil
■Lan-J""-   " "	
mak<
ofllO, __e
Regtilaitons of I88.1.
H.B.W.AI1CMAN,       '
Agent of Dominion Lrtnds, U.C.
Uth August. 1880. ■ ■     dwatUflml..,
(Mainland Guardian eony,),
inr be*
ilgntid at the Dominion
.niW'Ofileo, New Westmlndterj nnd
ike the ulllduvlt and pay the entry fee
110prescribed by Clause 10 of the I-nnr'
Shla	
Acts,
LL ASSESSORS UNDER THE "AS-,
ent Act, 1B7U,*" and amending
HMtneHl ,	
 , aro hereby Instructed to prepare
tbelr rolls on or beforo the 30th November
next, and the duties of all Courts of Revision and Appeal are to he completed, Hnd
the rolls finally revved.and completed,
on or before the 81st Docembcr next.
'   By Command,   "';   . '
JNaitODSON,: ,   1
~    ' 'ipial Secretary.
31IHVJ UNDERSIGNEDHAfl.BEEN.AP-
L   pointed agent in British Columbia for
ies© beautiful monuments.  Full particulars as to prices and designs on application. .      CHAS. J, ROBBQN,
Atthe Fruit nnd Confectionery Storo, op-
positeColonial Hotel, New Westminstor,
■■0.;-.: ,,;P-h8lte
—SOLE AGKNTS FOR-i—
Th8Don^toteip,j
Of Bowmanville, Out.,
And ag*ntsi far all the IwiUng Amrlfw
PIAttQS & ORGftMS
Ai
On tkt pit*U*M,umt^.tMekt*{»)*
■ star othai -sTtoMfrtiwrt U tit'
Proving.
-A0BHT8  lOK-r-f :
CoAfedsrattM • tlto AmruM Ctfc,
North Britiih and MerttnUlt Fir*
IniurinM Co.
•Agento for Flnt-Olra
Fl ui 8M11M' wa
Provincial Secretary■s^OrtWH,   '
Victoria, B, C,flth Sept., 1880,  dsollml
Cloiii! Cloii!
HITE
THE CLOTHIER,
';   Has Just KeMivrt
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
'   A Largo Quantity of
Bofs* ui'VMtVi
Clothing!
. 7Cas«a of Amerirjsn
fELT    HATS
Also, a fall Uno of       '
OENTS* FURNISHINO OOODS
—HB HOW HA»—
Ihe Beit AiMrtBient la tkeihtTft
Line ete» exfelbltett In Jew
Weitalniler.
•b'A.T-a'S's; ^-rxs-jBS
"At Low.st Fonlbll Mom for Cub.
rail KMlr am* «•*• *••' "W-tlMw.
0-LUMiit Irair tm. UM •* I. 0.
BHirMXfi ni-ciim.
DUM, HOITtUCU,
iiUig «r silk, ;
CBStOS I101IWIUM8,
LH8IB.PMl.H0ns,
•Sum; iicnwn,.
And all kind, of Blaak Book. **d Blank ,
Forms on hud.
 All ik. Lwdlng .
NEWSPAPERS
-Atns——
PEWWHMt*
B.guUrlj ncalred. BuUoiptlMis takta
for anjr Publication at owtrtntM.''     .
*rw« Import dlwotfitn-1 nuumJu*-
tnnn, ud cannot bo undirstild In tki* r
T,R. PBABSON * 00..
OOLiniBU   BTHllT,
lf«w Weit-ninitw, B. C.

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