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Array NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dry Goods D. Dryadale dt Co
Change of Time Table Str. Gladys
For Sale W. "".Townsend
gitil-p fritigh Cohtmbian
Thursday Evening. November 11,1884-
(From First Page.)
heard from a policeman I enquired
for a policeman. The prisoner gave
the following description of a man
who he said was in with him; "John
McDonald, aged 22, Wore a brown
hat, a light suit of clothes, and a
blue flannel shirt, speaks good English, and waa formerly in the employ
of Egert it Foster." The city was
searched but no one oould be found
answering to this description.
Tho evidence for the prosecution
closed witli thot of Mr. Jackson,
keeper of the lockup.
No witnesses were called for the
defence.
Mr. AtkiiiMin addressed the jury
on behalf of the prisoner, contending that it had not been shown but
the order was genuine and pointing
out that no one whose name had
been forged to the check had been
produced. It was claimed that his
conduct in returning to the city
when he knew that he was being
searched foi- was not the conduct of
a man who had committed so serious an offence against the law as
forgery.
His lordship in oharging the jury
said it was not necessary to prove
that any one had been defrauded to
establish the "charge of forgery. It
was simply uecessary to show that
an attempt had been made to make
a document appear what it is not,
that there had been an attempt to
make a false instrument The prisoner was also charged'under another
indictment with uttering a false instrument, knowing it to be such.
The jury retired, nnd after being
out of court for a short time returned with a verdict of guilty. The
prisoner was remanded for sentence.
STBAMNG.
Regina vs. Ah Foon.—The prisoner was charged with, on the 24th
May last, stealing goods to the value
of §25, the property of Stewart A
Peters, ori the line of the New Weat
minster branch railway. Mr. Bole,
who appeared for the prisoner,
pleaded guilty. Prisoner remanded
for sentence.
FALSE FRETEXSF.S.
Regina vs. O'Connor.-rThe prisoner was placed in the dock and
charged with obtaining goods, to
wit, beer from Robert Reisterer,
under false pretences, and on a second indictment with burglary.
Mr. Atkinson, who appeared for
the prisoner, pleaded guilty to the
charge of obtaining goods under
false pretenses, the crown consenting to withdraw the other indictment. The prisoner was remanded
for sentence.
UNLAWFUL WODNDISO.
Itegina vs, Nelson.—The prisoner
was charged with unlawful Wounding. Mr.. Bole, who appeared for
the prisoner, pleaded guilty to the
charge.
GRAND -CHY FINDINGS.
The grand jury reported no bills
in the cases of Regina vs. Edson,
arson; Regina vs. Kumear, robbery;
Regina. vs. Austin, robbery. True
bills in the cases Regina vs. Stott,
attempt to murder; Regina vs. Net
son, assault; Regina vs. Wendell;
Regina vs. O'Connor, obtaining
goods under false pretenses and burglary. * This completed the work of
the grand jury, who were relieved
of further attendance unless new
coses should-arise or unless they
desired to make a presentment.
Court adjourned at 6 p. m. till
10 a. in. Thursday.
TmmsDAY, Nov. 11,
Court assembled at 10 a. ni. and
the case Regina vs. Stotts was called.
The prisoner being charged with discharging a pistol with intent to murder Robt, Hannington at Vancouver,
pleaded not guilty. Mr. Atkinson
appeared for the prisoner. Mr. Mo
Coll, on behalf of the crown, explained the case to the jury, and
proceeded to call witnesses.
Robt, Hannington, sworn, deposed that he lived at Vancouver
and knew the prisoner. On the 12th
of July between 6 and 7 in the
evening 1 went home. (Jerry Mo-
honey, who was there, said Stott
had been here two or three timet to
see you. Malioney, myself, and
two men named Fenton and Collet
aat down to supper, when Stott
came again. . Fenton went outside,
but returned shortly and sat down
again. Shortly after he jumped np
and slammed the door, saying "Look
out, Bob," meaning witness. I
heard a pistol snap at me, I suppose,
as I was sitting at the door, where
ho could sec me. I jumped up aiid
got behind the door and shortly
after a shot wai fired. Prisoner
came to the door and tried to break
it in and succeeded at the second
attempt, when he fired another shot.
There was.only Fenton and myself
in the house at the time. Prisoner
then went away and I threw an
axe after him. He ran towards Mr.
Springs. /The police afterwards
arrested him. We had some words
''.';. (Bee ltd Page.)
Pleasant at tj>rapi nothing equals it as
a worm medicine) J the nuns la Mother
Graves' Worm Jwtrmlnator. The great-
.ut worm rtwtroyir of the age.
FOR _S ALE.
The Str.^Cladys"
THIS WELL KNOWN RIVER 8TEAM-
er, welt found and In perfect running
order, n offered for Bale as slit' now stands.
For puHlcuiars apply to ■
W. a TOWNSEND.
X. 13.—This would be a fine clmnce for
farmers to form a Joint stook company
and bny a steamer for their trade.
dwnollml       __	
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE WILL
leave on MONDAYS for Chllllwhiick
and way places, returning on Tuesdays.
Lcavos on THURSDAYS lor Hope and
way places, returning on Saturdays.
ilwnolllc      OAPT. INSLEY, Master,
PRIVATEJOARD.
A SINGLE GENTLEMAN wishes board
and lodging In a private house, convenient to the business part of the city.
Address P. 0. Drawer D. Now Westminster. dnolOta
Yorick Club
UNDER A COMMITTEE   OF   MAN-
ugement, a Quadrille Club hat. been
organized in this CUy.
Tbe Club meets every alternate Tuesday
aud promises to be a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to join are requested to hand In their names as soon as possible either to Mr, M. W00IW.8ec.iMr.
A. a GRERN; or Mr. GARIOCH, Pros.;
from whom full particulars can be obtained. dnolOml
COMING
The Talented and   Charming
Actress,
HIBB
Young
Supported by the Versatile Comedian,
MR. E. A. COOPER
And a Strong Dramatic Company, In
their Picturesque Drama.
Amongjhe Pines!
DRILL SHED,
Tuesday Evening, 16th Inst.
Heirrved Seats on sale at T. R. Pcan-on
A Co.'s Bookstore. dnolOtd
P
BRICKS I BRICKS1
IOR  SALE-A   LARGE QUANTITY.
Apply lo
W. B. TOWNSEND,
AUSTIN  BRICE.
dnolml
REMOVAL.
T) AND BROS. HAVE TAKEN OFFICES
f\i on the corner of Mackenzie and
Clarkson Streets, one blook above Columbia ftt., where they are now prepared to
attend to business. docttc
"I take only one English weekly paper,
Tht Spectator, and one Canadian, The
Week, and as a rule I should be puzzled to
say which I should miss most."—From a
letter by Thomas Hughes, author of "Tom
Brown's School Days."
The Week:
A 4'aaatllaa Joaraal mt Pamirs, Society
and literal-are*
Published kvkrt Thursday, at$3.00
pxr annum.
Independent In politics, THE WEEK
appeals by a comprehensive Table of Contents to the different tastes which exist
within the circle ota cultured home.
An average of -fifteen short, crisp Editor-
lain is given In eaeh number upon CANADIAN, AMERICAN, and ENGLISH POLITICS and LITERATURE.
Anion--Ht the regular contributor Is Professor Goldwin Smith; andadlstlngutibed
Eubllc man ln London has kindly under-
tken to supply regularly an English
Letter. -Parts and Washington Letters
will appear at regular Intervals.
ln addition then ara ipeclal contributions froni same of tho ablest writers ln
the Dominion and tht United States.
has now entered upon Its. third year with
most encouraging prospect*, and with
many new features.
O. BLACKETT ROBINSON,
6 Jordan St, Toronto, Ont.
Sample copies free on application,
THE WEEK Is one of the most Influential Journals ln Canada.—Truth, London,
England. felS
PY/EMIA
Is tlie most virulent form ot blood-poison.
Inc. Less speedily fatal, but not less eer.
tslnlj so, Is the vitiation of the blood oi
which the Irst symptoms ara Pimples,
Sties, Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions. When the taint of ScrofuUsjiv.l
waning of Its presence by nuch Indication.,
no timn should be lost In using Ann's
8ABSAPARIM.A, the only perfect snd leu-
able medicine for the purification of tht
blood.
SCROFULA
Is a foul corruption In tbe blood that Ms
out all thc machinery of life. Nothlnf
will eratllcste It (rom the system and invent Its transmission to offspring nut,
Aran's SAnsAirAiiH.i.A. This pnpatn-
tlon Is nlin tho only one that will cleanse
the blood of Mercuric! poison and tht
taint of Contagious Diseases, ItopoTer-
Ishcd blood is productive ot
AN/EMIA,
A wretched condition Indicated by P-JIM
Hkln, Flaccid Muscles, -flbatUred
Nerves, and Melancholy. Its list
nymplorai mo Weakness, tskafftot.
Loss of Ner vo Force, and Mental Da.
lectlon. Its course, unchecked, leads
Inevitably to insanity or death. Women
frequently eiifltir from lt. The onlj medicino that, while purifying the blood, en-
Hobo it with new vitality" and in-lgerstt*
Uie whole system, Is
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PRU-JOSD BT
Oa J. 0. Ayer A Oo, Lowell, Mass,
^fcfiW'-S^**-*
rpHURSDAY, THE IBm INSTANT.
J. having been set apart and appointed
by His Excellency the Goveraor*General
In Counell as a day or General Thanks-
Jiving throughout the Dominion, the Pubic Offices will be closed on that day.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, BC, 4th Nov., 1886.     dnoStd
1TORTH
Q02i£-F-A._N*"2"
Capital, $3,000,000;   Losses
ram, $48,000,000
BatafsUa-lacd UMHI
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
M* Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEARSON,
<loc7tc (B. C. S. 4 P. Co.l AGENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OP LONDON, ENO.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
IITIABLT)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doo7tc        (E C. 8. A P. Co.) AQENT.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of Hew Westmlnstar 1
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
 OP—
CITY RESERVES
 AND— .
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
plaoe at the Airlenlliral Hsll,
In the Citjr of Kew Westminster, on
Saturday, 27th Nov., 1886,
At 8 o'clook in the evening, whan the
following lots will be submitted to puhllc competition, In accordance with
"Land Sale By-Law, ISM," and amendments thereto, .It:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lets Noa. 3 and 4.
Lots Noa. 13 to 20, Inclmiv..
VICTORIA OARbElffl-Blook B.
Lota Nos, 3 to 6, inclusive. -
Lot. Nos. 8 to 18,      "
Lots Nos. 18,18,20, 30, 35 AM.
8T, PATRICK'S SQUARE-Block D.
Lota Nos. 4 to 8, Incluiive.
Lots Nos. 10 to 36,   "
ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lota Noa. 6,8,8 and 10.
CLINTON PLACE RESERVE-Block F
Lets Nos. 1 to 4, inclusive,
Lots Nos. 8,9, IU 12.
Lots Nos. 14 to 31, inclusive.
Lota Nee. 13 to 18,      '<
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lota Nos. 14 to 20, inclusive.
Lots Nea. 23 to 32,   "
Lota Nos. 34 to 44,   "
81. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lots Nos. 16 to 18, Inclusive.
Lota Nos. 24 to 28,      «
Lota Nee. 33 to 40,      "
BAILOR'S HOME-Block L.
Lota Nos. It 2.
MERCHANTS' SQUARE-Block G.
Lot No. 6.
HTFha Lutein meetly 88 by 132 feet.
TBRMB-MW per cent, on the (all o( the
hammer; UK par cent, in three months;
and the balanoe of the purchase money In
six months from data of sale.
By order,
A. J. Af-FORT, C. M. C.
Oily Clerk's Ofllce,
New Westminster, Hh Nov., I.M.
dnoMd
INFORMATION WANTED
0'&AiaWpr.an,,i-isiE
formation will be thankfully received hy
his father, Martin ban. Doutlss P.O.,
> county of ilMifrtw.OnWm    InoMSwi
■•sS-THAT'Stf
lllll FELT
WANT.
1 lew lap!
$1.25 -°PTHE~ $1.25
DISTRICT OF
iwWestainster
JUST ISSUED BV
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great oost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting, tht most important
district in the Provinoe.
The new Map shows the Intest
surreys, the latest roads, tho line of
tho 0. P. R. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
FOR SALE AT
T.R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
GUNS, RIFLES,
AMMUNITION,
Hunting Mbb, Revolvers,
Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle, Ac.
GLOBE HOUSE!
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW  MERCHANDISE!
 CONSISTING OF	
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
The Millinery is the finest and largest Stoek on the Mainland. No
need to go to Viotoria.
DRESS QOODS in tho new materials and shades for the season.
We call attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE, which we
have at various prices—37Jc, 60c., 62Jc. and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
rain, and oven though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL COLOR.
The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with Ties, Bra-
CCS, ShIrtS, SOCkS, &C, ""d » new ond fashionable stock of
Men's Hats, &c.       _____ „   _-__'__.
~**Xr2w£. -E3_AJB.
ALEX. HAMILTON
STONE-CUTTER,
HAS SEVERED ALL CONNECTION
with John Mortimer, ot Victoria,
and undertakes to furnish
All kinds of Monumental Work
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Also, takes contracts for Mason Work,
In all Us branches.
Agent for Heller's Marco <feater»leeea
* Brackets.
P. O. Box 185, New Westminster.
doolMti
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
We are prepared to do ali
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
CORNER CHURCH * COIVHU SIS.
NKW   WESTMINSTER.
Tkt Sew tin. More, duetto
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
IDAY OB NIGHT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Payer Week.
Under the present munw-mMt everything will bo found llrst-closs, and price,
are extremely low.
dnolmS E. B. BARKER, Prop.
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plana snd SpecHlcs'loR- tor sll
klnda of BalMI-ifi care*
tally Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFUL-
LY EXECUTED.
All order, left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop ol W. Johnnn, Colombia atreet,
will receive prompt attention.   Yonr favor soliclt.il. .eflto
ITOTIOEe
In lhe Supreme court of British Columbia.
OETZ BROS., on behalf of  themselves
and all other the Creditors of Louis
Gold—Plaimtiffbj
and
EDWARD GOLD. LOUIS GOLD and EMMA GOLD-DEPENDANTS.
TJY ORDER OF THE HON. HENRY
15 F, Pcllew Crease, J., I um Appointed
Beoelvcr of the Real Estate now registered
in the names of the Defendants or either
of them tn the Land Registry Offlee at
New Westminster, and the .Dwelling
House now occupied by the Defendants or
Home or oue of them situate nt the City of
New Westminster uud the personal property of the Defendants or either or any'
of them now In or upon the said Dwelling
House and the Hotel and premises situate
atthe City of Vancouvor known as the
Gold House.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Sheriff,
dwnoSml Receiver.
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, G.
REID & CURRIE
KUNUFACTUREitSa IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND
THE
EVERYTHING   IN
VEHICLE UNE.
We havo a large atock of moat of
the above articles on hand, also a large
■took of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Wheeli, Wood and Hardware,
Bepslrls-f. Painting A trlmmls**
done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates givon on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Farmers, kept in stock and
made to order.
Hone-sboclnn and General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Inn, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Hone and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Springs and Axles, snd a complete stook
of Carriage Hardware."
Partita requiring anything in our lint
will And by inspecting our stock that
they don't require to go to Victoria to
get what they want, for they can get a
superior article at a reasonable price
here,
We are also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated
VICTOR  HAT BAM1.8 PRESS,
At reduced prioes.   It is the best and
cheapest Press ln the market.
tat-We have got tlio best workmen to bt
had In ths country, and we Import nearly
all the atock wo use from the east—ennse-
r uently we can oiler Inducements tu pur*
chasers that we oould not hare done soma
time mo. All material and work leaving
tbe shop will be ruamnteed to be Just as
represented. Orders from the country
promptly attended to.
(Iwortml RCID * OURRW.
Instrumental and Vocal
MUSIC.
k SS. DOAK HAS AMUVKD FROII
A. the East, and Is now prepared to receive a limited numberofpupils. Instrumental, l5permonth. Vocal,T5calesson,
strictly In advance. Apply from . to 11
n.m., 2 lo ( p.m. Corner of Columbia and
Church BK. ool_dlm
STOTIOB.
The Bhiswip aid Okuagai lall*
war CoMpany.
TAKE NOTICE THAT A GENERAL
meeting of the subscribers to the
capital stock of the Company will be held
at tho ofllce of Hessrs. Davit A Pooley,
Langley Street, Victoria, on Saturday
the Tntn day of November next, at 13
o'clook noon,
By Order of the Provisional Dlieoton of
the Company
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
Dated 17th day of October, 1888. docSftn
MFornlto!'
peeblesTheckley
Have received direct from Quebec m
large consignment of
SPRING   MATTRESSES,
THE MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
CLEAN ARTICLE
Wbloh Is manufactured. Can be taken
apart and packed In a small space. doclSm
Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON,
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
Mckenzie  street,
First Door ta the Right from Columbia
Street, and will have alwaya on band
a full assortment of
eip ft Monti
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A PERFECT  FIT
Guaranteed In Every Cue.   "
docSto    r    '. ■ ■..-
Moderation Life
ASSOCIATION.
aaaraaUerapMal..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME00MPANY.
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Socurl.y offered to polioy holders la
unsurpassed by any. Oompany doln, business In Canada,
It hu no schemes of Insurance, bat the
woll-establlshed lines, hence tht polity
holders cannot be misled as to their eon-
tracts.
' Itt statements to tha publie ean bt lead*
Ily understood, lit cash ttatemtbt ahow-
liif every Item of Income and now eiptn-
Its position Isosoertalned anavallyfram
a detailed valuation Jn which entry Item
of liability Is Included.
..Its pracress baa been rm.ismplwl la
tht history of Insurance In Canada, '
IU policies ate Indisputable after three
years, and non-fotteltaole after two years'
existence.
Its profits ara distributed upon an toult-
"iV-   —   - — -•• *
able basis. The profits to ont elass of.
polioy holders are not lessentd to jlw
laiftr profits to any other olass, wBleh
method affbrdl superior odvantof ts orer
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal CanUOns at U IttUtaetaMI
Tram.
'Man_«l», Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
AfenU, Now WtttmlnsUi
'■Ms-m-am-M**
British Columbian
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Colnmbia St.
New Westniister, B. ft
BOOK,
JO§r«"»
COMMERCIAL
PRINTING
-OF-
Every Description
peomptly kx-joutbd
.'.'..: -in-
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
BUI Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
^graptpes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
f\tSSl FACILITIES FOB
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Are for beyond tkote of tiy other tstab I
-lt-__atat on tht llalftUad, and tar pric*.
trill eon-pan lar.c_J.l7 with that *t
Victoria.
Done on the Premises,
Wa ka-t a «•*■'•-____ EULINO UA.
CHINB, aad an pnpan-i tt rait all
Made af (mat* trier.   '
--TPla-eBlM-laiataUyiloM,        ,
D. BOM Muipr. THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
JdlTIIH COLUMM SttTTMIU. AHD PlINTIMO CD.
At the Company1. Hleam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Ilellvered ln the City dally.. .-5c. per week
Sailed dally, one year .10.00
ailed dally, six months  5.60
■jn-t*r*J1HSHiT-4IB»-JJ93
Transient Advert Isements.—Writ inser-
on, 10 ota. per Una solid nonpareil: eaeh
ibsequent conseoutlve Insertion, 2 ew. per
. [ne. Advertisements not Inserted every
ay, Wets, per line each Insertion,
Standing Advertisements.-Regular
uslness or Professional Advertisements
UA*
' per monthfj Ins. 83; % oof. •&»;
..75; 1 col. $16. If Infterted.for less
..._, . „ „ _ .       iian8
ios. 10 per cent, will be added.
ipeclal Ifetfeu among reading matter,
cts. per line each insertion. Specials
tiling attention to advertisements, lOcts.
it line.
Births, Marriages andDeaths.il tor each
I sertlon: Funeral Notices In connection
1 Ith deaths, SOote.each insertion,
linetlan Sales, when displayed,charged
> per cent less thnn transient advU,  If
lid, oharged at regular transient rates.
HE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issncd every Batnr-day Morning.
•llvcreil In the City, per year...
illed, per year. .'.
tiled, ft months .,«	
m
:... l.»
wumv mvutiiim mth.
rsulemldnJrUMmrHl.-Fir-tlnner-
ii, lOcla. per line Solid nooparellj sub*
uent Insertions, 5 cts. per line;
laadlni AdTertlsemeMs.-For 1 Inch.
» per month! Sins. 12 perm.; 81ns. KM
. m.i 1 col. ,19.75 per m. If inserted for
• than S mos. 10 per cent, will tsettt/jt)
peolal notices among reading matter,
i rts. per line eaoh insertion.
■Is must beall metal, and for lawe cuts
eitra rate will be rShafg-d. If. Julvt.
erted In either ltsur
aiiij |riM Colnmbian
landay Kreilaa, Nareatker 11. laat.
lush ia all shades, jnet rtMiiiwk'csf*'
'ard ts Co's. dno8*l
fhe New Westminster branch of the
j\R. ia being fenced i|^. ,...,, (, "
Ite-hire, Berlin Wa Zejhyr Wool in
shades at J. KUard A Co's. dnoSwl
:t will be seen that the atr. Gladys
madbJ a ithanife in her time table.
_ fine lot ot Boys Jersey Suits and
lies Gosaamrts, at J. Ellard ft Co's.
dnoSwl	
'or Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
ilnen; cheap. . Apply at Wood',
nur ft Gamble.' ' ' jyMto
V new planar and tome other inanely armed per O.P.R. yeaterday
ni Gait, Ont., for the Brunette Sa-w-
1 Oo.
— our assize oourt Nport of yester-
- we ommitted to mention that Mr.
Coll appeared for the orown in the
oral cases.
'arents thould see Ogle, Campbell
*o.'t naw stook of boys' and youths'
hingand underwear before pur-
ting elsewhere, , . - nsS-lw ,
huraday tha Ellth init. haa been d*t-
lted a day of thanksgiving by Prcsi-
t Cleveland. The 18th inst. ia the
adian thanksgiving,
store deciding on tht plan of. your
house look on* the latest aMhiltec-
1 designs at Mr. Hill's offlce, MoKen-
it., and combine economy with utility
beauty. dw-stl3to
he str. Gladys, plying on the river
Veen this city and Yale, ia offered
sale. Steamboats have been very
ce here during the past season, and
it to ba c^ -ppport-y.   .
addition to our new stock of spring
s we have opened an invoice of
;onala, West of England Broadcloth!
French Casslmews. Walsh tht
el Tailor,   HutBlBl' Wiun, Man..
'» withtto call tho attention of the
lio W&f^'thrt^-jb. Campbell
Jo. hava Jnn received a direct im-
ation of English clothing, tho best
irtment ever brought to tho city. '
no6.lt-   i i
void the harsh, irritating, griping'
pounds so often sold at purging medi-
and correct the irregularities of
bowels by tht ust of Aye-"t Cathar-
Pills, which an mild and gentle, yet
.ut night a O.P.R. train on the
v Westminster branch struck a
jo and a hone hear Oii Bnnietti)
mill. The mule waa ,*ull*<.'or*
it, and (he hone sustained very
ous injury. This morning ho was
iding near the track enduring great
-ring with. i»o, jjenpn to carafor
I, and it ia not known whose prop-
he ia.
j a •*»*., ASfm-SUrtaikri-la aeto
rctlyand promptly, a'single bottle
prove itt merit". Many thousands
reople an yearly saved from danger-
feven by the eieniaa of a lttt-a.
>ly can in pwptrly'cltatiung the ays-
by the use of this remedy, „
he Guardian continues to exeroise
If over the recent convention, with
result of whioh it it nathrally1
ily dissatisfied. In the last issuo
itter trom a number of J'the Ouor•
staff appean purporting to ex-
The Columbian boasts that the despatches received by it on Monday,
> containing 3,515 words, were the most
. extensive ever received by any paper
in British Oolumbia. Modtttyis certainly not one of the failings of our
mainland contemporary. The dispatches are not stolen from the Times
and Colonist, but, through the connivance of the telegraph oompany, or
Associated Press, they an picked off
when in transitu, and at a merely
nominal cost, In other words, to the
enterprise of the Viotoria papen is due
the fact that despatches are received
in Kew Westminster at all. Under
these circumstances there is no room
for boasting.—Victoria Times. Our
despatches are certainly the, same aa
received by the Times and Colom»t,but
they have been teound honestly, and
an rtt.\o\ for at a fair price—not at
"nominal" coit at stated by our Victoria contemporary;. and we have quite
es much ground to boast as sny newspaper in the province. Sunly the
Times could not expect to exclude all
mainland papen from tbe privilege of
receiving press despatches!
 ♦ •_-—■•,	
G, A, Dixon, Frankvitle, Ont, says;
"I was cured of chronic bronchitis, tnat
troubled me for seventeen yean, by the
use of Dr. Thomaa'Eclectrie Oil." See
that the signature of Northrop ft Lyman is on the back of the wrapper, and
'ou will get the genuine Dr. Thomas'
_E3I_i_E30TO-RS
New Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.—A. a successor to yonr
late representative In the Commons will
soon have to be elected, 1 henby announce myself a candidate for the position.
I purpose publishing an address ln
which I win give my views on the most
Important questions aflectln. your Interests, and will visit tbe different settlements and address the electors before
election day.
In Pontics,/am anitwlll t»Tilonouau-
LT IHDEPBNDXST.
Yours respectfully,
dwooaHo "^        **. J. TRAM*.
From Second Page.
you
Eclectrio (
Commons Election. ~ We aw author-
i ined to st_)t-> thatMr. Donald.Ohisholm
is in the field ai a candidate for the
teat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoc25to
.-Jffj -.    «    .- J	
I.O.G.T.r-0n Friday evening the
following officers were installed in Dominion Lodge No. .4 for the quarter
ihding January 31st, 1880: W. W.
Forrester, O.T.j MayG_»nt,V.T.; It-
McLean, Sec.; A. R. Dempster, F.
Sec; Geo. H. Cooper, Chap.; H. E.
Johnson, M.; Martha Grant, A.Sec.;
Bessie Kelly, E.S.; Miss Gilbraith,
L.S.; May French, D.M.; Miss McLean, I.G.; Chas. Wilmington, O.G.;
0. S. Keith, P.C.T.; S. F. Holt,
Lodge Deputy, The lodge reports 110
members in good standing.
r tome orookedneae jn.the orweed-
need hardly aay that the
We .     .
smenhLiaftia lette-'are absolutely
rout ajuaaolr bt-foundation.
[leaking of the Gcorgie Woodthrope
pany whibh it annodmed to appear
thia city next Tuesday night, the
jland Onountan saya: "Certainly
ion satisfied audience could not
been gathered in a house of
tement than that which witnessed
Blossom' by the Georgia Wood-
pe Oompany lut evening. It wu
imooth and well-balanead a pep-f
ranee u one caret to tefe"-J "a 'I
is announced that a tea-meeting
take place on the 16th inat. at the
squi school house, and that one of
atta-rioMflfilt hp.ran "election"
forwBBr»wffwuiyiadiet are to
In thit eake then u to be a gold
and slioet ore tobe told to per-
who hope to get tho ring. Pro-
j for the Methodist churoh! Wo
orry Uut thoso who an entrusted
tuch matten tometimes adopt
jurea of a vary questionable nature
remote _e_*.ni*-. that are entirely
ewortiy. • Thia election cake bun-
is unworthy of the cause in which
often nude to appear. An obiec-
>ble practice does not become lesa
itionable   when    employed   for
red tiin corns'
mt any pain.  What ft hu done
It Will.dO tpbti-i., r.,n(iff.?', W
r*ilPcjffe-t
A Goon Paper.—We are receiving
from all quartan expressions of satisfaction at the WzaiLY Columbian.
Subscribers are greatly pleased with
it, and de not hesitate to uy to. If
those who take an interest in the
paper wish to give a practical turn tb
their good wishes they may do to by
recommending it to pencils with
whom they come in contact. To all
new subscribe™ who pay $2 for 1886
the Weekly will be tent for the balance
of thia year free; i.e.,$2will pay
from the preient time to the Slat De-
camber, 1887. Any penoh getting up
a club of 5 new subscribers and tending $10 will be entitled to receive an
extra copy free. In all cases no charge
will be mudejor the balance of thia
year. ' to
ufl 1 * * .
About Japan.—Rev. Dr. Eby's address on Tuesday night wu one of
the most interesting ever delivered in
thit. oity. Dr. Eby it a very fluent
speaker, and hit high intellectual at-
taiumenta and lung residence in Japan
qualify him particularly to present an
intelligent and accurate description of
the political, social and religious condition of that Country. Japan hu a
population of 38,000,000 of intelligent
'people, and thia vut country la now
absolutely open and free to Ohrittian
evangelisation. The government protects honestly and firmly all Christian
missionaries, and the people everywhere are ready*!, recaive the gospel..
Dr. Eby described the various phases
of Japanese history during the - put
300 years, and the remarkable revolutions that had taken place in social
and political customs. The apirit that
hu been prevailing during the put
half-century it. one of marvellous
progress. The Japanese are anxioua
to receive and accept any system of
politics or religich that can he shown
te be better than what they have. The
preeent danger it that materialism and
infidelity may take posseuionof the
educated classes, and postpone for
many yean the convenion of the nation. To prevent this disaster it is
believed to be of the greatest importance that a few more strong men
should go there—men who an able to
s«M up for the tratht of Christianity
ajjM-itt the materialism that hu
moulded the thoughts of so many Mi-
elitists of the present day. Dr. Eby
is also anxiout tu have a large church
, treated in Tokio, the capital city, to
at (o reach the better classtt of Japan.
Thit would require about 120,000, and
an invitation wu given to all who
wished to contribute towards thit
tcheme. The I addreu occupied an
hour and a naif, and was listened'to
attentively by the congregation.' Rev.
W. B. Seccombe occupied the chair,
and the ngular missionary report wu
irehd by Rev. Mr. Tait.
hefore the shooting about clearing tome
lota whioh we were working at in partnership. Ho wanted more than Fenton and I could make.
Cron examined: After working
aeven days the amount due to prisoner wu 111; he wanted 810, or 82.25
per day; he spoke about settling several timu, but would not settle. On
the Saturday before the Monday on
which the shooting took place he said
he would only come once more for hia
money and would have it if he got hia
bloody neok stretched for it. There
wu no one with us when he wid it;
we were outside the house and Fenton
and Mahoney were inside.
James Fenton, tworn, deposed that
he wu sitting down to tupper when he
saw the prisoner, who wu standing
outside the door, present a pistol, aiming at Hannigan. He wu not more
than four feet away from Hannigan at
the time. Witness shouted "Look
out, Bob!" and slammed the door. He
heard at the same time the snap of a
pistol. He looked out of the door,
and us the prisoner wu cocking the
pistol he went in again. Prisoner
went to the right of the cabin and fired
a shot and> then stood before the window snapping the pistol If it had
gone off the bullet would probably
have struck witness. Prisoner then
burst the door in and fired another
shot. The mark of the bullet is on
the door.' The trouble arose over a
aottlement about clearing lota. Witness and Hannigan undentood that
they were in partnership, but the
profits were not u large u expected
and the prisoner wanted |2.25 per
day. When he came on Saturday
evening and asked for the money he
aaid u he wu going away that he
would get it or have hia bloody neck
stretched. I wu standing at the door
of the cabin when he aaid thia to
Hannigan.
Witness'testimony wu not shaken
in cross examination.
Court, adjourned at 12:30.
ORAM) JUKY PRESENTMENT.
The following presentment wu
made by the gnnd jury to-day: " To
the honorable Mr. Justice McCreight:
We, the members of the grand jury,
beg to inform your lordship that we
have visited the lock-up in thia eity,
and u far u cleanliness and good order an concerned everything wu perfectly satisfactory. We hava alao visited the jail, and found it in excellent
order and the cleanliness perfect We
take thit opportunity of thanking your
lordship for the faciltiosand attentions
we have received during our attendance at this court, which hu materially assisted in the despatch of buti-
nesB.        A. R. Howse, Foreman."
AFTERNOON BE8-I0N.
Oourt rwwembled at 1:30. The
evidence of A, Spring, J. Mahoney
andW. A. Wood wu taken, which
corroborated that of the previous witnesses. Mr. Atkinson addressed the
juiy in behalf of the prisoner. Prisoner alto made a statement tothe
effect tliat he wu hired by Hannigan
anil wu only trying to frighten the
wagetoutof him with the revolver.
Hit Lordship oharged the jury briefly.
The jury after being out of court a
short time returned with a verdict of
guilty of intent to do grievous bodily
€omnnintcittiotui.
**F
Personal,
U Mr. Louis Eckstein came over from
Fort Moody yesterday and returned
li'-flay.
Messn. H. E. Wilby and W. E.
Sellick, of Esquimalt, two of the oldest reaidenta of Vancouver Island,
arrivod ip the city to-day by way of
Port Moody, Mr. Sellick, who owna
a large amount of property in Esquimalt, ahd haa resided there for the
lut 25 years, wu never in New Westminster before. I Mr. Wilby has been
hen beforo and finds that groat
changes are taking placer He gives
the mainland people great credit for the
enterprise they are showing. Esquimalt
is uot doing just u well u he would
like. It jfl near Victoria, and Victoria seems to want everything
on Government street, but the prospect* for the future he considers very
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A full tine bf Canadian Hymnals luit
WOthedatT. R.P-anont(!o.-s ool7to
Fire Protection.
EpncoR Columbian.—I do not believe
in fault-finding unlets one It actually
compelled to do ao, but I think the subject of this letter la a legitimate cause
fora good healthy growl. The subject
it the want of proper fin stations on
Front stnet for the ust of the steam fire
engine In case cf fin.
Now this want hu bun brought to
the notice of the oouncil time and again,
in tact ever since the engine arrived, but
nothing wu done until after the but
great conflagration; which I have no
hesitation iu saying wu made more dis*
utrous in consequence of the neglect of
the council in not providing suitable Iin
stations on the water front for the attain
engine. In fact the water of the river
is of no use to the city and the engine in
case of fin, because there is no suitable
place to set the engine from Dickinson's
stable to Ewen's wharf, and to all intents and purposes the hand engine is the
only one that could be uaed, u it can be
worked under the freight sheds, and the
steam engine cannot. I observe since
the lut fin that then hu been a
ttation built on the river front, bnt
whero? in the place of the lout
importance alongside tht mayor's stable
(rather curious that) with nothing to
protect but Chinatown and tht aforesaid
stable, worth about, I should say, 825
(and a dirty eyesore at that) while from
Uhisholm's corner to Ewen's cannery
there is not a single place where thc
stumer oould be utilised, and the block
so unprotected is worth half the value
of New Westminster.
Please excuse this growl, but I think it
is about time the denltens of Sleepy Hollow, Counoil Bluffs, N, W., he aroused,
but we must watch if they do that they
do not find a way " how not tu do it."
Old Firkmas.
New West,, Nov. II.
Mr. R. A. Hsrrison, Chemist and
Druggist, Dunnville, Ont., writes: "I
can with confidence recommend Northrop ft Lyman's Vegetable Discovery ud
Dyspeptic Curo tor Dyspepsia, Impure
Blood, Pimples on tht Face, Biliousness
and Constipation -each eases having
come under my ntrtouol observation."  .-
A new map of British Columbia just
by the government, for sale at
T. R. Pearson ft Co's.   Tht best map
issued by
government,
i ft Co's.   "■
ever issued: 92.2n.— A do.
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press Telegram..
Pksth, Nov. 10.—The speech made
by Lord Salisbury at the lord mayor's
banquet inLondon yesterday strengthens the position of Count Kalnoski,
and the feeling in tho Hungarian delegation it becoming comprised and
members appear leu distrustful of
Kalnoski. Tho delegates express the
hope that the tpeech portends a fresh
grouping of the powen, similar to
that which Count Andrassy evoked at
the Berlin congress. A committee of
the delegation will meet to-morrnw,
Count Andrassy pntiding, It is
probable tho committee will demand
that the imperial government resist
the establishment of an exclusively
Russian influence in Bulgaria.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 11.—Evidence in
the express robbery case made public,
goes to prove that Messenger Froth-
lngham was accessory, or at loast a
willing victim in the affair. Discrepancies in his statements to. detectives
indicate that he knows moro of the
manner in  which the robbery wu
{ilanned and executed than he would
ike to tell, and an expert penman who
wu before the gnnd jurj lut Satur-
day states that the 3 lettere signed
"Jim Cummings" were written by the
aame person, and expresses his belief
that the man was Frothigham, and
that he wrote them before Uie commission of the robbery. It now transpires that the messenger's trunk wu
shipped Boon after the robbery, and a
number of sheets of paper were found
covered witli copies of the signature
W. J. Barrett, manager of tho express
company. It is supposed the messenger became able to forge his signature
ao that he might affix it to the order
which the robber presented which allowed him to enter the car.
Tirnova, Nov. 11.—Waldemar lias
sent a telegram to the regents expressing his grateful sense of the honor conferred upon him by the sobranje in
electing him prince of Bulgaria. He
states, however, that the decision u
to hie acceptance rests with liis father,
King of Denmark, and adds that other
duties may prevent hia assuming the
rulerehip of Bulgaria. The prince's
reply is considered to presage his refusal of the throne.
London, Nov. 11.—Tho race for the
Liverpool autumn cup and £1000 wu
wen bv Milton. Kilcreenewu aecond ana Candlenu third.   18 ttarten.
Jersey City, Nov. 11.—The striken at the hog abbatoire on Hacken-
saok meadows all went back to work
thia morning at increued wages. The
company refused to dismiss two foremen aa the striken demanded, and
also refuted to treat with a committee
from the Knights of Labor who waited
on them. After a conference with the
committee of striken the bosses succeeded in making an amicable settlement to the satisfaction of all concerned.   Both parties made concessions,   *
Chicago, Nov. 11.—thi situation
at the stock yards this morning shows
improvement, All the paoken report
their forcet increasing. Among the
applicants who worked to-day are aevenl of the old men, Contrary to
general • expectations, the army of
workmen whioh wu engaged by
Fowler in New York latt Monday arrived at the yards and reached their
employer's establishment without sny
protestation. Report* to Gen. Fits-
simmons at 8 o'olock from all parts of
the yard thow everything quiet.
London, Nov. 11.—It it asserted
that three Italian ironclads have been
ordered to join the British fleet at
Malta.
Paris, Nov. 11.—Railway traffic in
the south of France hat been stopped
by floods.
A report in circulation declares that
Waldemar will not accept the Bulgarian throne.
Copenbaoen, Nov. 11.—Danish papen generally advise Waldemar to refuse the Bulgarian throne.
Pebth, Nov. 11.-After the election of Waldemar yeaterday the Aus-
trian and German ambassador, at St,
Petenburg were instructed by their
governmenti to inquire of Russia the
name of the candidate it favon u
Alexander's succetsor. If Russia refuses to accept the election of
Waldemar, or to nominate a candidate, it will be conceded that she entertains designs against Bulgaria'! independence, and in thit event Britain,
Germany, Austria and Italy will arrive at an uudentanding similar to the
one that existed among them at the
Berlin conference.
Cincinnati, Nov. 11.—Tho opinion
of the U. S. circuit court in the case
of the government againit the American Bell Telephone Co. wai delivend
thia morning by Judge Sage. It is in
the company's favor.
Ar Efficient Remetfy*
In all esses of Bronchial and Palms.
nary Aflbctlont la Ayu's Cherry
Pbctoril.  As such It It ncognlud and
that only require, to be taken
in very small quantities, and a few doses
of It administered In the early stages of a
cold or cough will effect a needy cun,
and may, very possibly, uve fife. There
It no doubt whatever tliat
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Hu preserved the lives of great numben
devtlfl
should be kept ready fer use In every
family where then an childnn, u It It a
medicine far superior to all othen ln the
treatment of Croup, the alleviation of.
WhooplngCough, and thecureof Colda
and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidents! to childhood snd youth. Promptitude In dealing with til dlKtsei ot thb
class It of the utmost Importance. The
'""■of a tingle day may,b many cam,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious time In experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efflcsey, while the
mtlady la constantly Kilning a deeper
hold, but take at once lhe speediest ana
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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
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The Confederation Lire.
The annual report of this solidly pros-
rous Canadian institution will be found
another column. The foots revealed
in the aooounta and the Directors' report
the ecomiums which
D. Drysdale & Co.
Have now in Stock a Complete Assortment of
Staple A Fancy Dry Goods
HOUSE FURNISHINGS and CARPETS.
Men's Clothing and Underwear, Pine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
TWEED  MACKINTOSH    COATS,
UMBERLLAS.
GOSSAMERS  AND
the shareholders present bestowed upoi
the masagement, Thanka to the nstfata
manner in wbloh the Company hu de
clined to embark upon 'extraragant
methods of procuring buiineu, tha working expenses of the company bear tt the
total income tha very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per uent. A point attesting the sonndness of the finances of
the Company is the faot that the interest
income ib sufficient to pay the death
claims—which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The assets and liabilities ara
aet forth in minute detail, and the tables
ahow that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there ia a surplus of $282,100
over liabilities and capital combined,
The increase In the assets in the lost year
was $260,390. So much for what can ba
done by rigid adherence to what tha
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep ita balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for tha
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. E. Peawon ft Co.
are agents for this company In British
imbia.
Colutnbi
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Per Ki-l_.u_i.-e, from up riVer.Nov llth—
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BDonc-y. OHtenltt, A Mahood, O Luw-
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H HoLaue, It Wait-on, M Anthony, Major
Downey, Joe Gibson, R Prast, C Mooney,
T Donnelly, J Jacobs, 8 Perry, H Mauton,
and others,.
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wholesale atjents, Victoria.    dws628yl
White Bronze Monuments.—White
Bronze ia a comparatively new substance,
and haB come into large une, rapidly, for
special purposes In this country, It baa
been found to be so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Coun,, Detroit, Mich., Dea
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
these companies, it has been found that
the material will stand exposure for an
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corroaive and unchangeable, It ia stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are eaat from refined zinc, and an
given their sparkling appearance by the
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work under a high pressure of steam,
whioh cuts the surface, but doea not adhere to it, A thin film of oxide whioh
forms on this bronze is indistruetible by
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Samples sent on application.
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JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
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Trimmings, Blaek and Colored
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WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
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LONDON HOUSE,
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it, al-
the elements; It cannot be dissolved bj
water, and air cannot penetrate it,
though the film is ao thin as to be
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KTHODIST   CHURCH,   Mary BU
Rev. O. Watson, Pastor, Services at
 m, and 7 p. in.   Sunduy Sohool and
Bible Olass 2:80 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially invited. je74e.
"D APTIBT CHVRCH, Rev. Robt, Leu-
J_> nio pastor; meets in the Court House.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7r.u. Sabbath
School ami Bible Cloniiat2.30p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'olock.
Strangerscordlnlly Invited. aplSto
Ai
VSIIOV LODGK No. 9, A, F.
Jb A. Hi—The regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    ,    . held on the first Monday In each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
fe-23-tc Secretary.
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   B0Y8 WANTED AT
onco to sell tlio Dally Columbian.
Apjrlr n' Tills OHl«». Hani**.
Z. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENSER,
TR  NOW  PREPARED TO   REMOVE
1   Xiglrt Soil, Dry Rubbish, flc.
All orders promptly executed at raason-
ablo rates, Z. SMITH.
doc'tc
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbia*! office. Prices will be
lound lower than at any other office in
the urorlnoe.—Ado.
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes ((or Presbyterian Churoh), at T,
B. Pearson * Co.'s, New Westminster
and Granville. -
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(■vents of Interest to thin region and th*
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utdllhl     lttFroiitHtreflt~.Port]aad Or.
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San Francisco, Nov. 10.—Arrived,
ship Bluo Jacket, i froin.- Senjitle; str.
San Pedro, from f|ft«)np; Barkontuic
Malay, from TatMma. ' Buna? baric
Aroturua, for Port Townsend} Barken-
tiuo SaivLuia; t-"' P-M IVwnaoud^ -
Jolin K -^iiiiivan, olmmpion pugtfiat, *
arrived from tlio East to-day. -T-iiia
aftornoon ho obtained u Hcoriso'Yoi* a
sparring and boxing exhibition to bo
givon &fcj .the ■ftivifliyu next Satin-day
uveiiing. tJni'of of Polico Olfowloy
aays that ho will not permit a pi-wo
fight—nothing more than a boxing exhibition.
j. J. .Black, an j employee of tho
California Electric Light Co., while repairing wires of tho company on a polo
on tho corners of Market and Post sts.
Aug. iltlTTirt'^^ivedashiiek which
paralyzcTOflfift eWeJ, Blgbk itagjit
suit in tha-iiupoi-iin- court to-day- tu recover $25,000 frum tlie company.
A young man named Andrew Gold-
orson, an artist bto-^upaJion,.shot
and instantly killcU ,hia swcetlieart,
Mamie Kelly, a. seliool girl, in a h.t-UBO
o  coftior-/-ofi:Polt st. aWt'Ash
Komatsu, undo of the mikado of
Japan, called at the white house today, iu otfhipaftjj a/itli* ^riiicess Ko-
n^tsa^iW,ip^>er*of his-auite, anil
paid hio respects to tlm president.
Sofia, Nov. 10.—Aftor the election
of Prince Waldemar to the Bulgarian
throne, the president of the sobranje
informed tho deputies that he was
convinced that -Europe would ratify
the prince's eleotion.' ■      ,,   j . .  „
TjokdoKJ.Nov, 10.—The^iaifjie .tof
Coipiaught has beeu appointed oom;
Blander of the forces" in BoTnbay.1" ■
Parliament has been prorogued to
Doo. 9th.
CmoAdo,; NovS-^ 10.—There {wfei a
collision to-night near Ashland avenue
bridgo betweon a erowd of strikers and
a aqqnd. (if infantry* qnder Li-gut..Mc-
Millan,'wlib were guarding the bridgo. I
The proffd of^tfi^s and Bympathi* :
zers, numbering nbo'ut'uO, was determined to prevent packing-house cm
plnyes from crossing the bridgo on
their-wny-back to tho city at tne oloso
of the day's work,- The crowd was
charged by the squad several times
and forced to retire temporarily, but
increasing numbers added to its persistency, and a serious conflict seemed
imminent. Finally Lieut. McMillan
gave an order to load with ball cartridge. The crtrtvd thereupon speedily
dUperaed, and the employes went on
their way without further molestation.
No one suffered serious injury.
The Packers' Association held, a:
prolonged meeting with closed doors
.thia evening, and, amid much talking,
adopted resolutions which seem to be
a complete back-down from their ox*
prwsetl determination to bar organised
laborers from employment in the Chicago stock-yards. Mr. Baldwin, sec-
tifaff ofthe association, said the res*
oltftidns mean just what they aaid,
and that packers intended to run their
business without dictation from the
Knights of Labor. The resolutions
areas follows: Whereas, at a meeting on the 8th,resolutions were passed
concerning tho relations between em
ployers and labor organizations; and
whereto, we aro couvinced that. Baid
action is an intentional injustico upon
numerous persons who may ha members of such organizations; resolved,.]
thai said resolutions be rescinded arid
the following be adopted as being
more in accordance with the mutual
interests of employers; and employed:
Whereas, the packers' are confronted
with the fact that their  employes are
Ab9pJ#©ly Pwre
This poM^i*nover varies. JV inni'velnf
purlty.sH'ensthftndwliolcsomenosH. Moro
economical tlian the ordinary lcmd», nnd
caunot he aoid..in corapeUtlon wUhthe
multitude qf .low tost, short, height1 alum
or phosphate pow .lorn. .Sold only In cans.
Hoyat-Baking PownRft Co., 100 Wall St.,
New YorjunK .LlflwoJ ■ " 8tely
___  tlio  coAior
avenue this"uftumuuir.-^Ho-wnanr-'
rested and taken to the now city jail.
The shooting Va^opia^i^-l* % igfe.
lousy. .;™    £ t / )    I-
Oolderson i4.^d.l9/!*iinUfe3ideij''nt'
2-Ali Hayes st. msViSHm "was" aged
14." One man who saw tho deed committed asserts that he Baw Goldorson
rush up to Mamie Kelly, place a revolver to hor head and fivo. His looks
were like tliose of a madman as ho
laid down the weapon and took a hurried depyturu. .-^q.comnuuucatioy,
took plftctf ^etw'een 'them. Another
gentlem-^fc' says C-ajderton wak-stand-
ing on aUh sb.* ae if JVaiting'toir some
one. '.IW unftii-tt-Hiawgirl caine tripping along humming a tune ami passed
him. As she came to tho corner Gold-
erson, who had evidently been, waiting
for his victim, sprang out with a pistol
iu his hand and said: "Damn you,
tako that," at tlwsruw? tinio filing the
shot which toJK", ufluct *"ih ■the girl's
right eye. Thi*/mrj uttered a gcjrewu
as the pistol ■al^eUSt«i.'to*'Uer fiufe,
but never spoko after tho shot was
fired, staggering and falling on the
sidewalk:. ..Iipmediately*, after .the
shooting -tjoltlet-sbik Vushetl toitHo now-
city hall and pitifully begged to be
locked up, as ho apparently fearedjj
lynching.
S. D. Smoleanoff, a Russian resident of this tfcfi chipnsl^ Ji^^inv^i^
ed a nitro-glycerino 'bomb. He says"
. he has discovered a liquid with which
nitro-glycerino may ,be jnixed^iuilfing
it non-explosive, butby adding juiother
chemical the'niti-o-glyconno is transformed into its original state. He
uses a double shell, tho inside one containing ' '*« hon*oxplodivo mixture of
li.'.ro-glycerino'.ind tho outer one containing ty^a^icftl which lifraatofl tJm
pnro nitro-glycerino. Major-general
Howard and other .officers havo pronounced favorably upon it. llio
French niinistor of war has sent for
details to experiment on the invention.
Vi-RKAi NA. 10.—Itfflj roportda-"!
that l'niiutf^Qlkfi'itf, Ruwinn iiirifc*.
sailor hep,iftW*-f ^lUy-iA'^ied Ci>*bnt
Kalnocl* tlfift TriiWe Ntchiflas oiMen-'
gretta is the Czar's candidate for the
IhilgaviiiH tiinme and that the election
of Princedom,,. f°0|**|^l^iP^^W-*i,J.i_vJ!ae
Port Hammonft Ifursery 1
*\TOW IS THE TIME To" SKXP IX
r$ your onirics,, if you .want some of
those nice fruit or ornamental ..trees,
shrubs' etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
about the middle of Juno to nettle np my
affairs there and come out this fall with
the stock for my nursery hero, and wil)
select and hijng your orders rli*ht along
with mo for this full and noxt spring's
planting*.7 will satisfy all both iisio quality of trees aud fruit, ami I wi ll he settled
hero In the business so you will know
where to find me. AH communication-,
aftor the-mtddle of June may be addressed
to me at liowmanvllle, Out.,or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.    .
G.-W. HENRY,
my22te I'ort Hammond P.O.
DRUGGISTSI
Xew Westminster, B. (!.
mhlolf     	
TESTIMONIAL!
■ Vm\6b^\\er,^Srd Jw#, 3.88B...,'
MR. a. RQBERTSON,   "
Vancouver; < i
Representing Odldie A McCulloch, 'j
...:■•■ QaltfOnt-/
■TVo'ih'o uiulersigned haying wlt-
tneleT'rltilirilruwlilclnvlpeii out of
Sin.*
nesseil
on tho 18th lust., liuvo.flfteriheflfo, examined the safes sold liy you, some qf
which wero put to the iilosL severo test,
having been" surrounded by largo quantities of lard and bacon, mul we are plyauod
Teliphone Gall No. 6.
P.O. BOX 71
repeatedly leaving their employment
without, ri~otictf''to 'tjiemiir^l -io "ih|
great detriment of their busineis;
therofeje reaplved, thit while we w,il|f
not exclude froni employment members of such organizations, we will exercise the .eight to employ and discharge whom .we please; and conduct
our business on the 10-hour plan and
according to our best interests.
Signed by all the members.
The certificate of evidence ub contained in the; bill of■*: DXMptiort and
VefeOTdfbf cbutHA the anarchist ca-sei
was completed to-day, and will be
signed-tyy Judge Gary tqjmwrmt^ It
'4%'oxpt9ted\ that '34 liotire la^jf^.tho
matter will be laid before tho Bupreme
court. ..Tlie document covers 16,000
pages of type-writing, the preparation
of which cost ■- ?3,pOQ.\ '-Mo xecot&t bt- J
state was ever more voluminous or
cost a like amount. ^	
GoLUMnus, 6., Nov. 10.—Tho ofii-
cial vote of the stato election, received
nt the office ofthe secretary of state
gives Robinson (rep.) 340,895; McBride (dom.) 329,314; Smith (prohib.)
28,057-; Bonaail greenback) 1,002.
Robinson's phiflrtiifcy is 11,581. % ■
T:
BF
'(mnK
Accident.
with the Czarl^mroval. *
Mi-vniiiD, Jfcy. TOt^-The totul number of perKpPcW$onu!ld to imprison-
ment forj yijfeWBpatiug ih-^lie recent
revdlutioi^ajy^ (^&      ^-x
Tirnqva. *Wf. lJ^^lM»ibulonSpd
Mutkuroft-Jjavo alwrulta c£iwyn mfr
regency in ^Mm. to -^nrTpliy
tion of n new rbgcn,cy,'~ The;
both re-elected.     %jj
Boston, Nov. 10.—-Si^_ A.
cableB to tho Herald from Tl_%$\
evening as follows": Inselecthig^rui
Waldemar of DfcHifiark as a successor
to Prince Alexander tho Bulgarian as-*
sombly has made a veiy conservative
choice. It was feared that the patriotic iHU't-wv-tmJ-l -rbv;tw forth Prince.
Aloxan^t^pnjii)/!^-} in^slftUit'the"
abdication was legally incomplete till
approved of by tho great sobranje.
This courso may bo held in reserve
should the Bulgarian government find
it impossible to avoid the voto power
of the Gif jfc anyittthor^aytljutin
fixing upUMicttWaldaftinA ,,THe.
assembly mjfm its '.lt»rt to avert ooui-
plicafciort1 If ^ftse^ng fflfi tmeiTCep-
tionnblo prince-elect for conlirmation
by the great powers And tlio Sultan.
The prince's acceptance or the honor is
however very'much questioned. Ho
•will cert^lj^ecliu^f,.^^-.^^
risk of tho Gzar s opposition.
Galveston*, Nov. 10.—A special to
tho News from OorpUB Ohrisa say3 tho
Wan Aiit^&)tfK\r«an(«i9- Pais railway'
was to-d.-^7tJl|jiU5'i)](eiiifc(l throiigh to
tho gulf^lfttftlfflToTi Ifmirt bvtiught
soveral hundred people from San Antonio and points along the Hue. This-
gives Southern Texas a new outlet to
tho coast via Cori^Ohiisti. (
Vii'.nna, Nov. J©-^ utiicl'i iiPtho'
Warsaw Ua ."I'/^H^-Mufct^'a seii.-utiiin
here. Tho wntor warns Toland that
in clinging to Austrian-Hungary she
leans \i\mt. dKliniiitr umpire whoso
misei-ab^yimaiiBjR .is.,, drawing near,
that tha^j&nnjimwill supn b^ pjiititJon-
o(l as waM oliuid amid tlie qxiutations
of one-W'the '^oj.lo who are noW
living in grumbling dinwintejitin'ldijf
fcllO Haitsburgscoptre.
LoDDON^f-vii 10.- The <8tand<ti\l
eominonting-on tho election of Prince
WiildcinuV to tlie Bulgarian throm-
says: "It is scarcely probable that tlio
election will t^IflM ■# ^'(t-ening
clouds."
Tihnova, Nov. 10.—In the debate
in the sotyunu) proceeding the eleotiui
of PthKh$^^
ami ..thi^idt¥}|aiiJ44*»y f
uu attempt lo rAconcflo KKUBSia, although their hearts wero with Prince
Aloxandor. These speakers BiHd'the
ro-olection oi their lato ruler waa mi-
with coldness, Princo Aloxandor being
tlie popular choice.
Washington, .flptotrd-V-^fc**
" Faint Shoo'
-4#9}-8S*?dft;K-N aftiarnoonjijie-jth
_li    sht-_—_;____. '.;_„ ..J........a  :fc   f>ii..
that a man had been shot at Harrison
river, and at first it was suppose4*ihat
another murder had been committed
by ^amp9rniany.ot.)vhoni aro/ traveling over tho C. P. R. at this time of
the yonr, and it is feared some will be
hoard from during the coming winter.
On't-h-parrival ofJ4he,,western'^ujid'
un in the ovening, it brought the
dy of Henry W. Bateson, who had
'Heft his homo in-Yale that morning op
a shooting oxcursiOXto Harrisoif river
a,-rflimpanit^l'';Vl*jy Henry Schofield
and Charles Athorton. It would appear ;hat-#hi(ethe threo were standing' on tho -lino near <the Harrison
swing bridge they observed some
^rfowl on tlie, lako. ,-Sdbofield '
but missed the birds, and '
WM McCOLL
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Groceries & Provisions.
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Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
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HACK FOR HIRE.
IHE j UNDERSIGNED has cslaWI-holl
himself In tho Citv of New Westmlnsler with a FIUST-CI.A!-"!.
00V.ERED 0ARRIA9E,
Which Ih open fur Rttgngcuteiitii at
rery niodrraic Cltargcs.
Orders left atthe Colnnlulllutel or uent
'; toy tilephone, wilt be promptly attended
" o day or night.   Stable next H. Elliott's
m--m_mm+m.m-m        .■ JOS.   0ATE8.
io  nfti-l    Telephone No, 30. * mylte
-PRACTICAL
to testify to the remarkable manlier In
which evory Baft) sold ii.v yon .-firctdrved
Its contents, not only books ami jpapers,
but also thousands of dollars* In [pftpbr
money were taken out in perfoet. condition. Wo can, thereforo, with tho greatest confidence, rocomineml them on thoroughly Uro proof:
L. A. 'H.tinlMon, for the ran tui Ian Pacific
Railway f.oinpiin-y: M.' A. MneLonh,
Mayor; John .(, Hlitkit, StipendiaryMa-
Klstrato; ltich'd,. Alexander, Justico ,o/
the Poitt'c; '.I'ohn-notiltl-cc, Police "Magistrate, Cityof:Vuneouvorj Thomusliimn,
Ju_.tl.ioof the.l\apu; IsaaoJo)ii)H,Col>;
Edward E; Rand, lieiil Estate Broker:
It. Balfour, Alderman!' JOliti' Rankin,*
Jnstleo:oi the.r-jacu; IsaaoJphus.CQl.
-.  -tv"-iu r-*-r- '"'-,--
-.. -. . _ iij-'-i  	
Itoal ijstate Broker; Pll,ber A Edson,
Royal Hotel: II. P. Keefer, Contractor,
'C. P. U,V J. W. MoFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and jjEngflshl Bay; P. O,
Innes & Co., Real Estate Bi'okcrsj.jV. W*.
Ross, Ileal PJistato Brokbr; Gravely A
Hplhks,. Ileal--Estate Broker.*;;'ft; G.- Fer-
gUson.^sr.R^C.p. Mills. ,.-,-. ■, Jeaoto'-..
ALBION
JAMKS FISHKR, Pt^prletor.   '
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
, , TABLETS AliD CROSSES, FUft-
.NIT0RB!MAaBLE,;*Sc.   i
Persona .living at a distance, by sendlnj
ft description ot what they -wish-, can have
deNigns, prices, etc., tni-nished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
ou the Pacific Coast, nnd at reasonable
rotes.  N,'B,—No agents omployed.   .
Gordon Street, Victoria,B.C.
Opp. St, Apdrow's.Presbyterla-n Church
—•_•    ' '    mlilDta,
JOHNS. COX,
Importer iind Dealer In
fWrPOlll
Has just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
gun did not go ofr^The^lai
opening the breech of his _
about to discharge the h-ft-hand bi
rel, when Bateson made aomo-xemai-l..
whioh causwl. Athorton tu suddenly
turn around, and in doing so his f?tt>t
caught in qh« of the railroad tiett,
tuToiug him lorWard, and hii gun exploded, tho contents, No. 2 shot, entering the stomach, of Bateson. The
poor fellow exclaimed, "Oh, Charlie,
you have done for me," and fell to the
gr.'Utid. Sehotield immediately ran
down the lino to procure assistance,
and finding that the bridgo keeper was
unable to lenvo hi*, post, hurried on to
tho storekeeper, Mr. IJ*che*, During
Schnttuld's ttbsoL.ee Bii^*unptnrofv his
arms annmd Atl.flttou'a-. neok and in
L-ru;ii. pain murmured, "Oh, Charlie,
what will my pour wife say—
"fIlls* '~oT>ii.i.a' i.f shooting un Sunday, the Lord have mercy upon
ne," andcontiuued.td pray until Scho*
el.i and Bjirker fiiinej*p,*tiie trw1
illowing mon sftA-. ■ Iwo dying man
was carefully placed on tho train, and
at Agaasisi's hot hi-ieks wero placed at
lllfl feet atid'eKiths eohtlid -fn'wii-iA*
wator laid an hia stoniauh-;! to relieve
liim of tliu fearful agony ho was aiitler-
iny. Kvpry ijossihlu eif__fo and atfcpft*-
tion was ] aid by his two friends and
others, but between It'utiy OreeK inid
Hope, anil whilst Athorton was bend-
iligover'Ihim in tears,'tlie;p(WT fellow*
breathed his last, 'i'ho deceased young
man wub employed aa a blacksmith in
the C.P.R.   workshops  ut   Yale, 32
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OUR i|JB|| MM.
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OFFICE: i'ort-Street, between Douglas
and Broughton, VIOTOK1A, B. C. P. O
hox (HM.     ,  .   ., mh27
antf final.
THE StTBSCBtBljR HAS ON HANI) A
largo quantity of
BEST \VF.LLl\T,T0\ UM1' COAL
And ah-assortment of
PORD WOOD,
.Ich ho will sou oi:16\vent rntoH. no
1 alHo (lV6ftiptly nt'tcno to nil kinds of
T_B_fl-J»_tX»r«_*.
Onlcrs loft' nt Mr. JlcColrmrloroon Co-
hBlrla stwflt; or nt my honso, Donpjlns
Strom,will int.:J with promptuttontlon.
ItENItY FJ,r.!OTT.
Now Wcstihln-loru; a JlylOto
CENTS'
! '•T-ast"|t^ceiVe.'t-yjfaO.
P. R. one car-load of
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves arefroitt
the celebrated firm of
0f;E.'&iGi Gurney &
Co. and: are y^ell
known to be the best
in the market. S, Par
ties "desiring StoyejS
-will doy?eB to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
r00m.,fQr, ,twp more
oar loads." now on the
way. , ,
E. S, SCC'JLLAR A CO,
INOLUDINQ
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LANOSHAIIGS,
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ill;-tn *y fe •seam^lb Wlir
Thnniliiy Momlultatto'cli*r-t^ tor
Now Wostralnster' and CJoal Harbor, vl*'
I'ort Towlifiond and tho Inlands; arrives at1
Xew Westminster'on Krlday forenoon,
l.avas for J Coati Harbor abont'two boars
afterwards; loavos COAL HARBOR rrl-
dny \i»lit ton Beottle.        . .
...,, >'nre'W«fallle... ...»4.M   "
.   lroldht i>tt t(ill,..i.:...  «r»'
SpiKlal rates to merchants.     ' aplOto
lj,  — m*OBIT«8 ANB DULBB8 Ut—
Books,
Stationery,
WasAes,
■Toy^-'etc^
G0LD&
Ladles Size Swiss Oold Watches
from $25 to $55,       '
Ladles Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, nt
$32.50.       ' "   ' ,,   '.,'. ■
KKMEMBRK-AVc do not sell "filled"
Watclica and Jowelry ns uolid gold. J I
Our good» are guaranteed just as re*
presented, and prices  lowor than All;'
other house in B. C.    i .
'"" COLONUL BLOCK,
NEW WE8TMINSTER,
dol5to       ,
B. C.
The Colonial
(30M1MBI A' STUKHT.
importer nml Dealer ita
A Private College!
Boarding ^ Day Pupils, Boys,
r! WILL ,BB OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
—ON	
MONDAY, A11018T 16, 1886.
THK   BLULDINO    HAS    16    LARGE
Ituiimn nnii is well furnished with
1-tiKiisU'r grnten, balh l-oomn, Ap,, Ae,
i'.x.'iOUm..opportunities for All kludtof
li (-nl th (ul oxcn-lsoH,t uc<| mliu-fboHUng «ti tl
biitliljic.
Pupils Will bo miidi* most t«mfort*ble
mid their genernl wulfuro carefully con-
ftdfiWd.,. ■
■  A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will be liuUritiiilK-d. ,   ..
lixt-ellent ftti-lUUt'H will ho nfTorded for
ltit-litietlun- Itt  CiiKllNh.    Coiuiu-fi-ctal,
Clluutc-tl and Modi tru LHUtcunnc HuhjocUf,
h inxtrutiicnlHl Huilo,
l>l>ll('<titi(>it Foi'iiiH. lteferenaen and (ult
—niulo" * ■ '   *v-
ItKV
with Instrument Hi MuhIc.
Appllo-iit li>lt Koi'uiH, 1-Uifc
inlormnilon uritlshed by
June 9,1680.
ti. J. BKKNTON, M. A.,
XXVf WBHTMINHTiUL
dwjly2tt«
KONUMENTg
T SEC. XI
WHIT E
IS KIKG!
a
lie u.r.K.   workHJiuTis  ut   ialc, oui
ciu'a iit i^e, Ijiti-'n ffi-Xf»ftali.r«, M\
lOiivefl a 'wuluw and iliroe yotirig bhil-
dren.**—Colonist,
A.,B.; Dca-llochci-flj,' A(
P; Q-.wniefi: uTliirte-*)ii jWa*m
eei'/.ed with a severe attack of rlietinm-
ti.iin in tlia head, front which I nearly
eoiiBt.-uitly suflfered, until after having
uaed Dr. Thomas Electric Oil for nino
days, hathins tho head, Ac,, when I was ■
A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
^fiyerVntT;..i>,*f|irw«*-iW> *M7*
sToee,
Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
.a.if0i!ijj"inif!tiio
Sold atBottom Prices
,, .,' .iiiillriiii'i'i n'H
Tlie 1iie*f! PlejCe hithe
':biS'.^''^1y.(i*ar :
Groceries,    i '.'
D, McPHADEN,
Puuno a Brick Block,
-I'-Jiiw WESTJlINSTEHi B.•«.'■;
BOOTS and ^HOES
The Largest Stock-on the.Main-
.t*md;'-,:!Mld,,;«Wi*i!-:'.' W-;;;to •■:
Htni&'ln BHtjfiH'Go-'
lalssij lumbis.:
—SOU-_WKSra FOEr—
Of -V.lou,
The DtJiaiiofrOijii^
Ot RswSSMrtlll-.rOll*,.;
And m««U for ill the lasclbig A.nr-._ouu
iwosii
flfl UHBEIWIONEtl HAB'BEEN'AP-
isilnlod nuunlln IlrltlnU C«Jlun*l>l».*or
.1'
Uwiw'j'iriiiitl''iJ inooiim'-'iiiS Puff pnrttc.
jmWp* t*1>n«s anil dcslitns'onWRI|*»'
VM • at. OHA8.J. ROII80H, I III
UM tho Ftftl(. smi Con Joollonorr Store, op-
iroHlloOc.Tonliilllot.I.NowWintral'utsr,
Ji, Q.    •' : '--- 'IC^tlU'O
500,000 NOW IN USE
Andj lidariiig the Highest Tcstimo-
.'.j Wuls from all who use them.
The Cheapest and Best Machine i n the Market.
llieni   lurlore going
and oxririilritr
iie*J?, Rt.'.' 7
Chas. J. Robson's
Opoil tQCbloriltfj-lHcilol
FRUIT STORE,
''   lno_lc
Tbe French Unolr, Bondjenr, Pinkerton, Cochrano^CfisBlls &Co.,
irnics llolilon iiiul Slater
Boots and.BlioM.     ii
.-   what Physigiahs Say About tke -
6T ARR: KIDNEY-PAD,
, ''Treatment by-AtaoVpflun lifts'fttrrinm'o
on hi'cn r.iuiKiilzMil hy Metf-cnl'Men to
  . __, Ujul im-tius
of convcylm; to nifii-nsnil iIhihhh,'"fillrrt;
he tlieinoHi. Hliniili-Hiiil <
'nVl'lllllJ   V)   l/tHi.'llhi'U.wilJ-'ilin-     *  lliu*-
UWH," bnt f n I-hmi «f TtMni-yDHt'iiWd'antf
. .Complaintn ainniit-liit ttier<*on, Hiieci'XHful
treattneutwitH pyiw-Hciililv impimulble im-
r ADIES AND ORNTIjBMRN AltH Bt-
Jj fipectially Invited.toiiall.ami examine tho slock.    ;,..,,    ,    mi    ■;(*;,  /■'
I havo aiBoonltana th'i    l'''''','   '.'     l
M.-OTCH^ANADIAS.WATIIf'H.WA'l!!.^
th;hi k\f,i; ««»t, .-,...,--.
Which now taken tlio-nlwtf'ot-frufo "Mt*1*
'■''  Jy2fet*-;' -  .'.  '■'- ■ ■'    :
m,     S       A iK'Ml'il
Fishs
WM;E VIANEN
H"    AS MM AW. ON :HA-*"rB A OOOD
.mnipiy of   ,.,        ,(;:,,    .... ■•
Fresh and Salt Water Flsli.
.    ': —-Js.1ir.Xa IIT SJB-A-SOlSr.
DBALBE. IN HKINS .AKDiPEI/rRIES.'
Purcliasob wiil bo rleliverorl In riiiyjMl
of flueilylrpoof.-srfs.       il-JIy-fyl
inil!Y«Ti!ffiii"8l'loi'~^
ItTJOTlrJoss fflifflffWInWc-jIre-ftrip*'
lloii hiul In •|mnleii..in,illily woiii i/irci>li»
1'nrl. ,11 i
sioontlnnnurrly liiiil.il Iroptly,
,.pli1]<'nl.ilnii|-l.m-.;Hilln(lM
rt**. when imtlilni1 fUe.vJin.
•Imeffvtitw. thon u,t)t/jnuntUnn{Mtrvwtl
-Mettfeiiuildtiihw., W'nm lii.|r,i-il|nU-l,v.i|vrr
themMii Af liiHO.-u-.'-',-Its' Miniih'C'pi'rt|.('Tilii*
liecuMio ftlmnVHP.1 -h\- tli.n.Hiiciit'cd at)A fnu
A*c1)lfiilO-fyiAiwteoiilliuiiiUHlynnil-lii-erlIy,
itKWqtilriid. toJ;  .\--.-,.—
tliy ttctloii hml
roeuMjla -to"the,	
nfli-elB.ntiddiireawhtiii. imtlilni1 <'l«;»ii,
ThfrBWrrKidney Pntl iTOcomplliMafaiDslj
/tlwt.'dpfijBivti j-i.KiilUi, ,A tndm, vnhiniilo
dlncovrry ns' a It-no'"remeflj* tm Kfdrtey*
l)lB-f!ii_ii.-iwnHiioYenmado.~A/«(i((i/if/f»_ai((»
1 Tlit* Hinrr kid tier I'n-i, itmuvfaoinn-ii
lnTot-niiht, Ih.ii in-nuiuiont iiui'Hiitrofi.t'
iIIsohrch, tltsbratJrB null nllmnntn nf the
Klilneyh, Bliuliioi* uml ni-lniiry Heeretlvn
Hyrffeni, or (MU-ndiint comnlnlnlK, riniHlng
lialti In !h(* small of tin. I wii, tt\di'^,ele.,
jimtlticliiK nrlnniv itlHOtdore.'Sffgn nulfth
irOQUftii, w-iinty, dimrtiltp'Tinti-ifnl-nr'cnrt-
onl iiilfliirJtlmi.liialilMly nf relentlon,tmd
Hi*dlrnent«ry tirliio, droflaleal nyinplomH.
ele.,don(itliijf. tho im-HMte'p In ttiftMyitteni
of dlsonneH eomm'on td the nrliinrv were-
ttv-a nrgafiafrwowd fti Hra.yoU.fli^arrhiol.
•tfieTnaiJdar and PWIM08, BnwtWB tl [ipesot
dlabe-toA, artjidy,jiH^jier^iw drtt^ljjjr;
oto, Hond fiif |.ntiiiihleMo'r>,ANar,KTA
CO., 'Wholwaln AK«ntN( Viotorin. >;HejMI-
Od b»iA. M. HlwySfl und ,p. H. CUimS.
4, CO., New WrstmfiiNterj' T. MoNTRKi
LKY, Uiiher'A Lnndlh-r: H.'VnDOWRIiTi
kY.'Uiiiier'B r.iuullhir: H
--   aaV.m
W. KMl^ARTNHY * TIIK)., VnhunilVrrf
Ktiil KninlpnpSl .Il ttLOVRI.t. Ynlcj WJ
,B. MWIAW, rrloi.1 Vnllnyf Uf. OLABKr*
Ro.JiKnwIsiipii. rlwi*_-jil
WHITE
THE'CLOTHIER, '
•'"■ Mju Jnst K-oelvixl
A I-Wgo Quantity uf
Boys' and Youth's
7 (Wa of Americali    ''' ,   '
SfetST    HATS
' Also, n full lino of
BENTS' FURNISHING 800DS
.,    '      -r-HE NOW HAS—
Tke' peat Amortinent li tk»tl»n
line ever cihlultcdU Kew
'. WeiMluter,
Xsj-T-'e-v sTTLsa
Atl/iwcllI'rrMllrliil'rloMforOuli.    >
fj^fl (arlr una  Nike  I«l hrlMllsi.
"*' CitiiMiiA Btmit Om. tm ti 1.0: '
SPECIAL FORMS
9« ths pre«nU«siJils n»aj in* oiorplj
M M uy othti  estublMi-Mk ta tlia
dyfYtDOQ*''' t'ii,   i .•* ■''   .iI-FIei'
■-uwniifon»--j ■.• ■■•
emftdertHM1 Lite Anuramt ■Ct.J"."J
!'    ■       II l.-jd   .'A .'I 'I     r;     Jt!^(l    '3*
(torth •■ Brillti Mt Mtrcwittle .Flr«
IniirtnwOt. :1'
—A|ent. Mr KnMJtoi^-
SHirriie
MM1 «> SAlili 	
'       ■.  .,!• „1    _lwfi-..*«ii) lit
■ CB«T»lf HMII 81AKI.8,
imm-H^ki^ttf:
''''■■'mm*mit£A
M*ll ki-UM »-nk»mkM ui Wuk.,. (
r«mi«*ji_Mmjj.'.'j '•:       ■"
svAU Mu-UsAist—^
NEWSMKIW
nulniJ.il
rMOSpTer-}',
,Ui:
fERKHNCItS
R«|ii-U-jit«Mir«<i
for nny PnNi-»_l« s» inn** ^Uss:
in
inn
liiii uih.'
■ir'i  ■
jjii
MT Wi. Import. *lr-«lj Inm; stsnlu-.y. r
turns, u< msmk WHMMiMf' ta'-tUl""*
Prerlsm.
iin
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- *^W^"Mk^!a
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