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Array /fffHA  \ASLj^'(UrU*
gailg grftfrft^mbian
Friday Evening. October VS. IMS.
Labor candidates were put forward
classes whether it is better to Keep
on putting up labor candidates to be
slaughtered or make terms with one
or the other of the rival  political
man has party tendencies, ana instead of standing by the labor candi
date he votes with his party.—To-
•Mntto'WorU.
kt^-MWMln. im-
portant decision was given in regard
to the responsibilities of sureties.
Over a year ago, Peter Learn, Treas-
leaving his accounts short about
84,600. There were five sureties.
Four of them paid their share of tha
deficit, but the fifth refused to 'pay,
and the township brought suit
against him and all ths others to recover the balance , ■ A .year ago, a
trial of the case ratted.'; if I i«Mi-
suit. Ycsterdayf^wlis^iri'BroTi^ljJj
up, when it was dismissed;' with
costs as against the sureties and
judgment entered against Learn, the
absconder. Thjs was :j*i consequence
oftHeifact tM rthk daintilTs were
unable1' to *JiW M |el»ils of the
Treasurer's account* though they
had Learn's written acknowledgment of the deficit The securities
whp Jigve^ qJuaiy^g-ii^ _viJl now
her,
        ^ *M*1
to municipalities.—Hamilton Times.
Stealing Clothes.
^■^SwTO^.'^urA'ni has
shown either that his party has no
principles and no ..policy, or that he
is not a party leader. His sudden
importance as a political figure, is
oniWitteiei^toiMrjki^Jauts
of the moment, and the practical
substitution of a flippant and blackguard youth for one of the most distinguished in the long list of British
Prime-minister's is an amazing spectacle. Mr. Smalley, the correspond-
e_teti-ifrr-viM, whoh«s.b9«i- a
long resident of England, and who
is a close and experienced political
. observer, says that Lord Randolph
Churchill has taken the leadership
of tho Tory party oijt) ipi ,£tfd fiJis-
bury's hands and' he adds that the
party adopts as its own the total
changer of fro» jJ#fhT,lf*M Kan
dolph OhuichiU announces, une of
tha capital caricatures, of Disraeli
reJ(lW***ito-' Ms* .as , sealing the
clothes of the Whigs while they
wen bathing. Disraeli has been
alwtrSi-i tl. '-nodel Of Lord Randolph,
and he now gravely declares the
measures of ihe Liberal party to be
th*^-|k»y Jjaljcy, excepting the Irish
home rule scheme of Mr. Gladstone,
and for tiiat he proposes to submit
ikf-Jfifc'rule scheme of his own.
There has been no more grotesque
demonstration than this p_rfw_i_hc_
of Lord Randolph that in the game
hitherto impossible to take him any
mor9Mji«iall«>a'-Pia!'afH; Every-
l)0dVWtl»l**i«VftIF.;*ali merely
an actor, and it has been the general
change if his declaration be accepted
by his parly,, .because that would
show botH liis' sagacity and his
power—his sagacity in justly appro-
in compelling his party to follow
him.*yi*ttJ'«Sj*ai^t*J|^y>wmr*}ithat
he and his Tory friends are in office;
not because the country prefers
Toryism to Liberalism, but because
it did not liko one liberal measure.
He sees, what - is evident enough,
that the general sentiment of Eng-
la-rd||ij%|i»My'thkm IsUSmei and
not Tory, and uniting liiinsolf and
^ktHtTiJ, fortuitously, in office, he
adopts the Liberal policy as that of
the 8o*hitry, imrl the* virtually snys
thai on all« questions but i that I of
Ireland the Tory government represents national opinion as woll as a
Liberal government, while on the
Irish question the country trusts the
theM*j|l*" j-flfe
mt qf tier country,
ds,cButejtostiOar
  „ Tory gofefiimeht.
This is perfectly unprincipled con-
m20ti*WU^
its mind to trust Tories to do the
work of Liberals. Ths vice of Lord
landalphfsimanoittvni is his forget-
i»lvm that party t-a-Utipn, spirit,
and character arc very string, and
that the reasons 'whicli produce
parties prevent a sudden change of
party feeling and action. But his
Rime is daring and Interesting.—
McLKAN, M. D.
Office — McKenzie St., o
Lookup, lB»8i5F.!«lH-«ine"
eagforllr. Oimnlnftinrai;''     _   ■
JaSOUj New Westmlnsler, _.-0.
Ito tho
it door-
ft
M. COOPER, B. A., M.D.,
PHYSICIAN A 80ft*iBOK.
OFFIOE and RESIDENCE-Chuwh it.
mext iloor to Farmers' Home), near
.   Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUIIS-S to 10 a. m.| Ito Sand
I1.90 to 8 p. m. Calls In town nnd country promptly attended to. (e2to
T-vB. F. WELSH.
',"'.'"'      *)fiSTIST,'
New Weitminiter, B. C.
Colonial Hotel,
p E. t. BHOWN,
■ DENTIST.
Office—Over P. S. Curtis A Co.'h Drnj
Btore, Columbia Bt., New Weitminiter, ..<;
Hours-9tol_* l:3"*i7.    "      -'.'--
Will visit Chllllwhaclt the nnt Monday
and two following days In oach month. —
, Teeth painlessly extracted.    nul2
C°i
BARBISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC
MiSiin^lo street, New^eitmlnjtar,
■tTT   NORMAN BOLE,
'       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
LandAgent.   , >- Money to Loan.
'Columbia Street,
ieJto New Weitminiter, B.O.
k LBEHT 3. BILL,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Land Surveyor, Draughtsman, ete.
OFFICE—One door North ot Messrs.
Corbould**! McColl1!, McKentle Street,
dw-sel-te'  • -*
WALTER J. WALKER,
Auditor, Accountant, *c.
Colonlal-Hotol.NowWeetr. diel8mS
A    R. HOWSE,
A. FwmerlyJHowse.HlllaRtoliman,
begs to announoo that he will resume hue-
tnesi as    <
Sarveyor, Beat F-lnte Broker aad
Conveyancer
On ahd after the "lit Instant. Offlee, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
... .  .       lelOte
m  J. THAW.
ATJOTIONEEE AND APPRAISER,
iln9btaStwt.....-.....,New*feitnilnat»r
AU commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhlJMc
W.D.FERRIS,
USD, BOUSE id fifflM ABEMT
Bent and Dent collector.
8KVKRAL GOOD FARMS FOR BAM!.
Ageat far the TBAVELER'S LIFE and
ACCIDENT MSIIBANCS OOMPANV,
Hartford, Cona.
OFFICE:—Ferris Street, New Westminster, fetto
VifctariliiUi
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate, Insurance and
Commission Agents,
m,UK, MUHNT • MMIU UtMUMOf
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone JB.        HEW WE8TJHIMSTEB.
ilelMo
.PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AN1>—
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
feUte
RAND BROS.
pEAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Conveyancers, CoUeelor.,
And Iniuranea Aff.nta,
OBoeeM VICTORIA; Fort Streot,
NfeW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MeKoiulo nnd Clarkson Sli.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
' BUILDING LOTS fnr sale In all foetlons
of Vancouver ond New Westminster Oity.
. FABM LANDS of superior Quality''°"
salo at Ghllliwhaok, Port Hammond,
Langley, Mataqnl, Suniru, Mud BaV.Lad-
nerrJI Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
* Mu-is rind Plans exhibited and therfull-
e«tlamrmatlon(i,mlshfdatallonromoee
fefflto __	
THB UNDERSIONKll INTENDS. AS
soon ai a siiltalile offlco can bo (mod
J5»]rlrajrlh)[s'adii speclllcallpiis of bu III-
Mr,! cartKlliry prepared nnd tire aseeutlnn
o( the work siiporlnlondeil II roi-ulrod, nt
verv rearnina ble rates.  ..„«,.
dii*»l»      -,      .IAMBS KENNEDY.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERC HAN T-S,
WHAKF STBEET • VICTOBIA.
AOBNIS   FOB
North Britisli and Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON 4. CO.,
i        36 Finsbury (*3reus,
London, E.G.
H. KEILIaS,
I Manufactured A Imports of
SHOES
ladles', ««ti',: Hlaaea' and
.''   Boob, Uw, aad Hall-*,
Made lo Order and Kept on Hand,
COLUWIA 8TRKT, ~T Wf. WtHIt HAU
.   , HEW .WESTMINSTER, B.C.
nth'tc ' ; I
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Manufaoturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bri-
« dies, Whips, eUp.   ■
ilEW 'WiifeTMlNSTKE/ll). Oi
_ ;:      dw-jiyutt
?!
THE CLARENCE
Corner Yates, & Douglns Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK 0. RICHARDS, Jr.    -   -   •   LESSEE
TOUKI8TS' HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Glass In overy reupect   Fnll* nap.
Slled with all <'onvMilfnccitof .llmlora
•leh.  New and Elegant In all Its A-)*
polntmonts. Prlcw Modcrnl*., '
,  Tliis magnificent Hotel U now open for
tlie reception of Guests,
BirNo pains will bo spared by tbe man*
agement. to make thin Hotel pleasant nnd
attractive. docSto
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
Manufacturer and Dealer tu
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS.
All Kinds of Hides and Skins Oak
and Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND SKINS.
Un nanu aiwayn a goon -tuppi*/ ui -wiu*
ther both of my own manufacture and
Imported.
I lmvo secured the services uf Mr. Wm.
Burnett to superintend tbe custom re-
oirlng department
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
Columbia St., Now Westminster.
(dwnu2yl)
The Mel Tailor
Oolumbia St., New Westminster.
HAVING JUST RECEIVEDOUR NEW
Spring Stock, we invite Inaction of
the finest selection of
EsRlUk. Soetch, VrrNHiii Prrarh,
and .imerlrnn
SUITINGS l^ffl
Ever shown In New Westminister. We
have secured tbe nervlces of MH, HUGH
O'lLVGAN.a practical Cutter wbo bnHluul
lohg experience ln London,Pnrls,and the
leading eastern cities, and for a UOOD FIT
and artistic stylo we defy competition,
mhMte THOS. WALSH.
S-H-WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HAVING HAD EXTENSIVE Experience In California anil else-
where in the above business, I am now
prepared to tako charge of any haIos,
auction or othorwiso, that thc publio
may favor mo with.
Gun*, Bllei, Cartridge*. Fowler,
Shot, FlshliiK Tickle, 8pc«tn-
t'lfn,   Cntlerj,   mil   Btr
Olitawiire,
TO HE HAD   AT THB OLD STAND,
KNOWN AS THK
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA  STREET.
tlwiutttle
Administratrix Notioe.
N
OTIOE IS HEHEHY (UVEN THAT
«,, all piTNons iiuU'itii'd (ot lie late JoBhua
Atwooil HoynohlH Homer, formerly of
Now Wwtmliut-T, decuaiml, are rei|Ulred
topuy thentnouttlnf tlu-lrIndolttvdiieiui to
tbe undenlgned, fortliv-ltii. mid nil mt-
whim havltiKHiiy oinknin ugninst ibe mutate
are required lofat nlnli puiiicularM tlif roof,
duly verified, witlilmt t«vo hhhiiIih frnm
HiIh dnte,
NOl-lll.V K. HOMEfl,
AltlllllllKll'HlllX.
naM-New Veei- Out. l'-illi, mw.   nrVid'itn
PHI NIX!
Thai nld reliable liuurance Compnny
•-i5,TPMfri?IQ
JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
,;pKtHT.F0H^ NB*WllBia   \f
•. ■■■.:, :•    —-■*- I fj '•/ )fi
Rates of Insurance as low as other
Companies.
Ill -.■•.','■■>.:  I'J-'JI.
Losses promptly paid and no
thyw5fiWATE|gi?; I %$_
yeyf-^-atj^tlol.j'iuh.    i,$f: ocftlr
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Are Prepared to Sumtly and Erect
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
A'n'd oVoiVtliing relating to thin briineb oi
business,
•ar Experienced  and competent men
Jnly employed, and   work   guaranteed
nit-class In every respect.   Prices as low
aaajiywhett*else, , -    ,:;   ,11  ..,-  ,,  ,.
Y„ 8. SCOULLAR & CO..
d-Jly31tc   *; " Coluinliln Street ■
m
PAPER HAN-INt, Iii
ul^aysdhhftna-^t liomjnl ,	
Sles on view at T. K. Penrson A Co.'nt
tore, Columbia Kl-. -Paper haBtins at
Kpeolally low rat ok. UsolJtc
JpStl
Q L A U Y 5
I TTSTIi/'^Tflfife-'V-|*****«!*3.L
,*J   mobje^lM^trjPfijj.j,^ „;   .
TO TALE ANB- WAY PORTS,
icWlligNtw'Wtstl'nmitei'on ,*
MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
At 7 it^,P8et3rl'«ii|}*in^ednfeiilay8
nnj\ Sotyrtliiys. _   -...-i   , -!lliuli
THIAi House!
SNMoi^BRIipG^ B. a     !
,-nrB^EG TO INFOBM YOU THAT
I " we-hay kmrneed the Morion House
at Speuertt -BiWRe *fmm Mr. Murray and
tbat It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furpishedy'.We'wAfihl respectfully f-ollclfi.
your patronage aud .we promise If you'
-wlUt favor us: with it to do all we can to
satiety you la tffery respect, Mrs. Held,
wbo has had much experience, will attend to the culinary department.
' 'We remain, ^burs respectfully,
Je28m5 , a 8 ^ '^ty. & KEFF'
COME AND SEE!
,it:,-iJ'itiii-.#&>*H..,.j
tTAVmO TAKEN PbaSKSSipN OF
'Ji. the'"Temperance House," fronting
on Columbia anil Church Streets, opposite'
J^p|*Wf«tffW!-»WI*-<« **»iw*>!
Jlj-Jlto
OAPT; INSLEY,- Master.
THOS. 6VENS,
MANUFACTURER OP
Biiw CmittB,
All Kinds ot Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, &<;,, Ac,
.Repftirbtl,      J '•
BLACKSMITHINC
In air IU branches.  Farmers', Loggers',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith Hn« mado to order.
Having secured flrst-clnss workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
•W Horse-shoeing u specialty.      < ,;'**'
qw-jTySJlA] <»o^Lpinu St., New Vtttrt.
w.r. atistin;
1 DEALEl! IN
A large Assm-lineut of
pnt <soodS
Hm   -v.-tAnd- 0q
QROGERIES
MrtAik onbasW.1) ni;
sac-^-jr ,$&& ""Fa-asa.
. ,   WUOIJ-S.VU* AND RETAIL..   ,.
- WMI> AKB«M*, l»EU»*«KB f
*rw ta**tcm.'
kt—jtAttt'i
Womn^wos-aiicsdaliy.oieeptBunJajrs,
to I'ort Moody, csrrylnil H.M.S. malls.
. yy<in>l'iiiiprorwiHu-i-nlsn"«l wecou Uy
CeinnelNitc Tia'bru'tnd cnrcttil economy
serve the puktl»'atespeel(illy lo»j»H".:
dwsellOle	
F. CRAKE,
t-KAt-TICAl,
JEWELER,
COIUMBIA STRUT,  ' WW WESTMINSTER.
onpn-lir lanalaahaas Ai'o's,
SIB\ OF THE BIG WATCH.
■» LATH MANAOEH FOR SAVAflE A
I.YMAN, MONTREAL.
FURipRE
n. rnu I ntnuAx uu.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
A*j-)^DS»fi'f-'*-*E*Tl-**-$.
REMOVED
•W-i'o shop lately occupied by-Mr, Darcy,
Call ntid examine oiir'stock nnd prices
beforo buying. We can't be UNDERSOLD
iu th£ clly. Hepnlrliigof all kinds neatly
done" W. PROTHERO A CO.
 selfltc
P.PERBUB9. OBt'l'LIClMttCKIiEY
Will accommodate, tbe traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day..)...---.™,,.....-.... 1100
, *'      >', week .,,„-,, „„.,...,,.. & 00 ,
.'Single Meals......,r.-....™.„..j.-.....i....   85 :
Beds ^R**»*tiwl(i«'l 34 .;
attjQood nceommodatton for Ladiea and
families.    1     '*:*•'•. myftto
E. HUTCHERSON,
: NURSERYMAN 4 DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
,        LADNER'S.LANDINO,  B.O. ,
llTB SUBSCRIBER, WISHES -«0 rlN-
TiiE i^IbU, sftxttiRis Anti Stock
ot" that well-known  Variety Store
next the Holuropk House, Fi-ont Street   .
Farm for; Sitfe!
I X IMPROVED  FARM   FOR. SALE
1   cheap, and oil' ensy termu, with or
»■"»♦, tfie »*—■*
without the Btock
dwoc7to
M. NICHOLSON,
.    )lonntI>hmattP.O.
FOR_ SALE.
O'NTS-MLF INTER3WT1N tbe I.ANQ-
, ley Saw ond Flniilng Mill; mill In
good order. For particulars apply on 'the
-^tt&Uimw-JUP*-.'-
■•.pl'-t" .„,.,, AHELyqKBy.~yic-»»-a.
I PURE-BRED COLLIE PUPS. Jor par-
,  tleulars apply at onee to
.'■'■'"•'• . MONTAdtJE WttODBi        '
mO  . , Ntnr Waatrtnates.-,
RENT.
FROM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBEit-
an ft-roomed Hon Won Agnes Street;
AUo-Fron the Firat of December—a
*,^e*Ki^^a,t',op.<?olw^
Apply to
HENRY V. EPMQN]
Agent,
T
that
ner'*-
all 01
form the people of British Colnmbia
*""■  .a established a ^l\tisery atLad-
iairtgV ~d^'T6"&pM«i.'"ftr fi"il
 -for Fruit ■ Treeei Ornnniental
Twcs, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae, Trocs imported or home grown ac-
cordingtothe winhea of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training in the business, ana having 4
pHrmanentf stake in thoooi-qtryit labia
interest fo deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will bate
bis personal attention.
aul2te E. HUTCHERSON.
0.
(NEAR MERCHANTS; SOUARP)
FUB^ITTJRE
MA^tlFAtiTVIWRS;^
1 ,'*-AHl>^' ' *'
UPHQLSTERERS
**P*a ana Hutinaitresats *««
Milu«.l**t,-».kMd.
KARCERT AND BEST 8T9CK OF MIR
NITItKB ON THE MAINLAND.
flarilwarr Bedroom galtes, Im Ash,
Cherry, Walnut, or Mahogany.
Estimate* for Ofllce and Store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by the Arm, wbo are now pre-
pared to do all kinds of work in the up*
holstofy Hue,. .!- *■---. g ^ -■-; jJ*My3tc
received at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, during the laat
year, tho Board of Directors tind it necessary to appeal to the public for assistance. In view oi tlie fact that the disbursements for tho last six months have
been in excess of the revenue, and that no
public subscriptions have been solicited
during ..tM/BWli tlm-hpy^ tor^W"1
art GDinpeUw to nnHo-tJiU tftHwU-J
Mr. W. H. Keary will personally canvass for subscriptions.
G. E. CORBOULD,
Chronumcturf, JUpwUfrs Chrnno-
i:rniiU*B«, aud all (Ine WnKli
rcpnlrt ti Special!)-.
ANY ONI'I HAVING WATCliKHwhlfch
bavo henn Injured by Incompetent
watch reimlri'iJ i-nn be mnde equal to new
Tealit. JE WKliHY of all kind? made and
repaired. All work warranted; charges
moderate.   K»Mu«irK'sgl veu (wool charge.
WALI NAM* VMltN, liwl other
WHirhr* aad Jewelry rhrnprt
ihnu nny ether house In R. C.
IiAMIW HOMO 12 UARAT OOLD All-
BRICAN KTKM WINDING WATClrifa,
•-•fiunte HinekeepiTs, WB| usual prior, IM,
.^he Gas iCompany
respectfully in*fofm
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitt\ugraUo^<i«t
possible-,;M*Wrioita&-
tent with good work-
maiiSihij>iv .yitvll
TfJRES,   GLOBES,
$c.(now fin hand.
55* Orders may be left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook' Stoh*  fcuil'-lli'fc.'or  at
RANb^BHoV™
J, L, STAMFORD,
il-Jly31l-
Ikats-S.
MA.NAOEl
5l
it nWSStn. *aiu*>fc
haVino taken
Lundbom'g Building, Front St.
(Formerly ocnupled by Kyle A Tlllon),
|S  NOW READY
to servo his customers aiid everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
splect from..    y . ."
* Dry' Cfoods, Croccrles, Pravlnlenn,
Creekery, Vluiwore, Boots, Ac
. WfiWS *4e'*M*i-'Me. oni-.et us
. awocietc C Mcdonough.;
LOOKQUT
...—FOR— '
YonrFmitTrees!
Ma JO. W.'-HENRY.OP PORT HAMMOND NURSERY, leaves Bowmanville, Ont.; about thesfithof October,
with' a car-toad of Fruit Trees and Nursery Stock for British Columbia. The
stock mir be accompanied by Mr. Henry
Utmseir, who, will sec that It eomee
thrbuth in good shape. Besides the Trees I
aliSiady ordered he will bring a lot of two- [i
year-old Trees, suitable for fall or spring!
planting; persons wanting first-eltoni!
Trees should hot (ail to have a look at
these. Mr. Henry hits personally selected;
the whole of ^etreeH and plants coming,
and thinks thoy uw the finest tbat were
ever brought to this country. Tbe ear
ought to arrive about tbe middle of November. When it arrives, call at the Port
Hammond Nut-wry and Judge for yourselves, dwoctlwl   !
Upl STORE"
WATCHES
' ftr*--" s    * .-...-  -,
A Ine asaorlment of American Sll-
' TOC Watties, pat. ilust-proof cases.
First-clans Swiss ITatrhcs, from ss
upward.
CLOCKS
A large auortmrnt of 8-ilaj Striking Clocks, with cathedral gong;
(wW-Wftiiuitiwai*; Ut*9t r*aBigus.
Alio, Sell Thomas' lleklc Uarm
(locks,
urkmi mmmi of jew£iby.-»»
riMWalrkKemlrlnaaSl-Hlallr. All
iridHTsraaK*.
aar Hemcnitrcr tho   place—thun-Biuc
Store.": J
dwauSyl       On*ymt>ia8t„*!JwjV:*«t-
',' 11' i ■■
K8TABII8BBD 1869.
ROBT. I)l0KlNSOK,
BUTGHER,
Srarljj Opposite tbe Colonial Hatel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE LARGEST AND   CHOICK3T
L   assortnunt of all doacrlpUoaa of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and aupplled to Faro-
lllw, Be-Ui*nt>^A»tew-a»tJtat*l>a
;, \ifflfmsq.:fqmiex. vwcm
THATDEWQHTFtJL^ESIDENCKOTf
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
in the occupation of Capt.Grant; contain!
Brooms with unual offices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farms neat City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.        ..    ,
Farms on Mud Bay.
80 aores of Land at Whonoek Railway
Station.' i
74 acres of valuable Land Smiles from
City on Hastings Road; iMOoordi of Cedar could be eUt
Applyto         ..
, CAPT. .PITTENDRIGH,
jeSStc    Land Agent, New westmlhster.
1440 ACRES CHOKE
DELTAUNDS
Q""MILES' FRbM LAeDNER'S
O Landing, on the Trunk Wage*
Road i two other roadsn)nningtliro«ik
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
dea-tc Ladner's LandinfcB.C.
*■'•«■* v.-**-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao to—
A. DIEBEL'S
*f-*0NT S-fBBET,. 0£P. C. P. N. WH*«».
•^rO-TIOJEL
"BB* HERBAS J H A VEBHB1- AMWIJU-
-Wr a* noelyBT ot all tho.BBnonsa «-
title, effects and credits, Incfualnr boot
debts and all oUier oboMs in actfon du.
Saocralna due to Wllllani J.M°S;"J.'S.'i
ammbnd, by virtue of an orfetW w
•Counts- Oourt of Victoria, dated Uw net
dlyol September, IW. all, paraon. are
hereWirtHm-d rram woaiVlai.'t*«>|1a*
to possession or -toldljaj nrot {jjftiffi^
e.lote, of tron) pjiylnn to the said WHHam
rlaaaHiinla agenta- or serraata.anr'W"*-
les, or frnm disposing or In ony dealing with »ald*itat». i ™*
bavin. In th.tr.possession anreffeotaof
tbe said estate (other tban what has boen
legally alsoosea ofl, are to pay," deliver or
aeootihl (of Ihosaui'c to me.'
,   T. J. ARMSTRONG.    ,
■       .Depnty Bberlll'.
New Westminster, B. C., ......
 OeU mh, 1880. dwi-eJIto
Every M*n fo Dis *w» Bimues*
". J-., "j HESLiE.
PRACTICAL       .
CHEMIST&0RU6GIST,
CjOLWMA'A  STREET
(GIT   COLOSUL UOIKH.
NEW   WU8TMDI8TSR,   B.O.
rkrilcUmi'PreMi4y(t«H «ia Im-
Ily Reclpci i 8|Ml»ll*r.
"**/   B. — Only Uehnlne Drug. uaed.
Ovor twenty veara'experience.' mfM
Public Notice
Kew WNiaiulir -PoUio libmy.
IHE UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
„ ibehludnept and pprnilsalon of the
ayrtr and City Crt-imclP two weeks ago
•opined the Public Ubn "       ""
thin opportunity to offer an TnTltatlon to
Wnldents of New Westmlhster to --—"**■■—
a visit. -PRpera and HaK« '""
directions are received ft
_____     jpWM-K
Library, and takw
fni 	
•rta
nes
_. r~. -.-   -. ._- pattbftL _____
vlnltoifi, and more will he added ln cSiw a
ri'twonable support Is obtained. The
terms nro (50 cenU a mnnth.<it Mvmm an
papcm, Ac., are patd for ln qdvanct. tkls
wlflnmonnt to about 2 cents a day, or ttie
(wt of one cigar ftr'sattb daya partnluton
to soe nowa from all ovor the.worldk and
elegant books which may be changed
overy 24 houml Thore Is no compulsion
about this, but those who believe Inget-
tlnglno.lt of th. rain and who ean enla-T
a decent tire will (lwbllfH appreciate tills
li.»tHuilr.i.. Udlesand rttiirsni are tret.
So dmiMleu all the pa»tl«iwSti bell«v» In
onee
so douMleiii nTrtSe piittimwR*belli
Bluo^RlhlMm will como forr-^ '*
and join this atfmotive afWL„, 	
IhAlrow-i cpdllaml Hi»io_*Um«. Come
one, como all, and you will be attended to
byonawhocansonpallolMSMtl-Bit  ■'
rourn RerpecWuiiy; ""
HENRY W. HUOHEfl.
New West rA*g.»,l-80. «■==».-
BOYS WHNHP.
TteoM^ ■ .;_.■__>*-.,.*. _-, -'■■■.:*■•■•-■--*:•''•■.■■•■ .    ■»'-••■•   '.:-•*---:—
■ *.■-;■.   .n_v--r,;
2^5_t_i_i_M
mm-mssmmmim
gjiilfi gfttish Columbian
Friday Evening, October nil, liwc ' *
     Hi,' *
Some days agt> the Colonist, which'
seems liit**ly.lo liaye had* quagj~ oii
the brain, published a sensational
item to the effect that a quartz lode
had been discovered somewhore ou
Vancouver Isjaud that panned out
at least $7OJ00b to the ton. The
NMU-im-• -sfrte- Press now -states
that therqjiart%w«s liQJfc JEountl on
VancotfVi* "Blind at aflj hit -Svas a
specimen brouglit froui Idaho. Tlie
young man says he was met by a
Coionist repoi-ter whit wished to see
the speciuien_uiul he,had no objection tp d*Ojw*it; bi*tt beyondthai he
is not responsible foa tee item. We
are afraid our friend of the Colonist
is developing into sonsiitionalisni.   '
A Railway to Cariboo.
A few days ijjo we: {mWished a
statement made by Mr, Amos Bow
man to a reporter of tliis paper respecting the resourqes of the interior
of tliisprovinCe and the prospects of
railU*s.y. Uevelopment.' iThttft :*p-
peaiidiilioin thlCtfaiik -latel** a
_ttkr _Mhi Mr. M.'*-*. *B_1. ih which
we find a gooil deal of information
on the same subject; and in J which
the opinion, is reached tl}at n railway'
ought to be built to Cariboo, and
that th^j'jsj)urcewif tt^j rartpf the
counb^-iarf'siiiSiTU to-lelid to the
conclusion that, such a road would
pay.-;' The proposal; is Worthy bl
most serious consideration. Mr.
Bowman, who has traversed nearly
E
roa^'/wbuld pass;''states that the
country is wonderfully adapted to
railwaS cbiiStoiglioo.;; TBtfft. aro
really^iB Serious obstacles in* the
^oy,.an4 jthe, cost 'would not be
greater than the cost bf tlie 0. P. R.
between this city and Hope: Moreover, not only are the mining in
ttrests of the interior very large, but
its agricultural capabilities are far
greater than people generally suppose. Tliere are oonsidetable tracts
of 'hind available for cultivation, and
the productiveness of these lands
ig proverbial. Hitherto agricultural
operations have been necessarily
coOTied' to: Very'limited ajw? wlljn*e
_. JoaJ demand,existed, fortr_-_port-
jition any distance was out of the
question^ r But » railway .-. would
make it possible to extend' agricultural Operations because oil the region
through whioh the road passed would
lie brought within reach of some
market. It is a fact well known
that the two great difficulties in the
way of developing the mining Industrie, of the .Interior have been
the want of capital  and  the  en-
cnn^an-MMra
tion of a railway- would remove
hoth'at tliese obstacles; - Transportation would become at once easy
and comparatively cheap, and the
price of labor at the mines would
experience a corresponding reduction. Capital always goes where
the materials for its profitable employment are found, ai*d it certainly
would follow a railway into the
Cariboo country. .It. is the opinion
Of ■fll'mining experts that tjhequart-
deposits of Cariboo and other districts in the upper country are enormously rich. All over the country alluvial'diggings of more or less
richness have been discovered, and
the source from which these diggings
were supplied with gold cannot be
far to seek. Indeed the quartz
'formations have been actually found
and tested sufficiently to enable us
intelligently to pronounce them
rich. Railways for the express purpose of carrying local trallic are of
vast importance to the country.
Through roads sometimes- sacrifice
local interests to through traffic, and
their value as a means of developing
the resourcesof the localities through
whiclftfey pass Is limited. The Carl
boo road would bo exclusively a local
npod,, and its interests . would, lie
■JMbliy.'in the direction of local de
velopment. It has been said that
the provincial governtiteht' will do
all it can to promote this scheme.
The government <!ould hardly do
anything else. A scheme in which
there 1» contained suoh vast promises
of future gocx' must commend itself
to any government Whenever
quartz mining in Cariboo has come
to be an established and permanent
U|d->stty.. this country will ex-
'-Snwhc. a new impulse such as it
has not known since the first great
strikes in that region. It. will become a hive of busy workers
through whom millions of dollars
every year will find their way into
circulation all through the province,
and every industry will feel the
beneficial effeots of the new life.
The cost of keeping the trunk road
to Cariboo in repair amounts to over
$50,000 a year, a great deal of
which would be saved if a railway
were in operation to Cariboo. We
hope the people throughout this
provinoe, will consider well the in-
teresta involved in this project, aiid
if the preliminary explorations demonstrate its entire feasibility, it
ought to aalist the hearty sympathy
atad co-operation of all British Col-
umbians.
AM-Hamilton, Warkworth, writes:
''For weoks I was tumbled with a
swelled ankle, which caused me muoh
§M:1Md»fa.
Klco'iic Oil (or it. I tried It, and bofore
ono'bottle' Was tiled I'Waa cured." Beware of Elcotrio or Electron Oik a.
they ara Imitation, ef Dr Thomu Eoleq-
trloOil
-fcTQTJCB-
Tie Skiswn** and okaiigan Bill-
WW Company.
•IiiAKB'tNOTICr.'jHAT A QEMERAL
_, meelins of tie sutoerlbenMo tho
ooJpltnl*clr of thd (--mpany Willie tael<*
at the office of Messrs. Davie A Pooley,
Langley Street, Victoria, on Saturday
the 27th (lay of November next, nt 12
o'clock noon. ._...',
By Order of the Provisional Dheotorsof
tho Company,
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
.Jlated ITtll jlayot Octobor, 1886.. doo2J9,»>
TO KETy
UHPUR,NI-!HED, BOOMS^ ?PJ&?-
Corner Jtbyal AVenue ins ». Andrew's Street. docBIJI
-yroiMos.
I HAVE  AUTHORIZED  MR.  H. B.
Shadwell to act as my agent and to receive nll accounts due ine. 	
G. LEISER.
New Westminster, Oct. 20,1880.  doc2lwl
Instrumental and Vocal
MUSIC.
AB. SOAK HAS ARKIVKD PROM
, the East, and Is now prepared to receive a limited number of pupils. Instrumental, ""per month. Vocal, 75c. alesson,
strlottv In advance. Apply from 9 to 11
a.m., 2 to 1 p.m. Corner of Columbia and
Lnnd Registry Ordinance, 1870
Aa uadt»l«ed lair arut No.«,Blwl_ v,
pan of Dlslrlet lol na. IM, ta tha
City or Vancouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of George, Roywood to the
above-mentioned land has been lost or
destroyed, nnd application Iibb boen made
for a duplicate thereof;
Notice is therefore hWeby given thata
fresh Gertlllcnlc of Title will be Issued In
lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless
cause be .shewn lo the contrary within
one month from dato.
*   R. W.ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Roslstry Office,
NewWcKtinli)stor,27UiOot.|li*8«: ,   I
dOCCTrtll
Chilliwhack Farmers]
TAKE NOTIOE
ALL ACCOUNTS WITH THE UNDER-
signed moat bo paid in full
OX OM BKFOBE THE 1*1 »BC.. ISM,
as their Book, will he put into the hands
of a collector without resisri-e, during De*
comber.       .
They are offering tho highest market
price, for Hay, Wheat. Oats, Barley, Peas,
la; also, Poultry, Eggs, Butter, and a
limited amount of Fruits, Vegetable,
H?«vetc;: -y:
Parties  wishing to purchase  Winter
Supplies can ilo sn with cash or grain, at
bottom prices,
, i-"  I ■ Stoat respectfully,  "'
wno3ml HENDERSON BROS.
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of Grip shows how well this fact Is appreciated—Its Cartoons on tho passing political events of the country being even
more eagerly sought after than the chaste
and humorous Jotter-press of the paper,—
though the latter Is equal to thai of any
similar publication on the continent   ,
The publishers of Grip are making extensive improvements for 1886. Tha old
cover is to be discarded, and the journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned aud calendered
paper,—evory number being so artistically
executed as to compare favorably witn
the best papers on the continent, .The
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will cortulnly not suRfcr from extensive
im pro vein ents In the artistic department
The price of Grip will hereafter be 63 a
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them selling for 85. Single numbers of
Grip will be III cents.
Twice a year, at Midsummer and Christmas, a beautiful special number wtH he
Issued, the number of pages being Increased, and pleasing features Introduced,
particulars of which will be given ln preceding Issues, These numbers will be
presented to subscribers without extra
charge. - :' .
GRIPS PLATFORM:
__umor*Wlthout Vulgarity:       '*     '
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y Truth without, Temper.
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they fall to extract frnm tlio Wood tlio
urlo acid, which, carried through the circulation, causes Hhmmatlsm and Ned-
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The tactions of the Liver are also
affected by eostlveneus, causing
Bilious Disorders.
Among the wnrtiiug symptoms of Biliousness are Nausea, Dizziness, Headache,
Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness of Skin, Pains In the Side,
Back and Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Purred
TorigHe, Irregularlty In thc action of thc
Bowel., Vomiting, etc.
Tho Stomach suffers when the bowels
arc constipated, nnd Indigestion or
Dyspepsia,
follows. Fetid Brentli, Gastric Pains,
Headache, Acidity of the Stomach, Water-
hrasll. Nervousness, mid Depression, are all
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diseases, will bo found In tbe Use of
AYER'S PILLS.
. They stimulate the stomach, free the
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rairABSD liv . *-','.*
Mr. J. O. Ayer A Co, Lowell, Mass.
Bold liy all Druggist*.
BOYWAffrED.
*-lf .INTELUO-NT BOY- WANIKD
^JoJjgrntbepHntlagffifin-^A^y
British Columbia Milling and
mining Company (Umited).
AMiMatiiT m. s,.
-s_mm_f___m_m_v^::^ .-_u-_.. ■ ■v*ssmm«-.-r^^.y-.-^
»^THAT-^r
usmai
VTOTICE IS _talU
[v, Atseesmeatof
REBY GIVEN, that an
  of ONE CENT per share
been levied npott the members of the
ahove Company, payable at tho Company's offlce (new Bank of British Columbia building, Government Street.Victoria).
Tbe stock on which the above assessment remains unpaid after the 1st day of
November next, shall from and after that
date be deemed delinquent.
Bated 28th September, 1866.
By order of the Directors.
.W-..MONTEITH,
"itw6c5mt-r" Secretary.
iDT^-aTs:
IMMCE
OOl-cCE'-A.lTir
Capital, 13,000,000;   Losses
- Taid, 148,000,000       '
■Jatnlillals**)! stxmtas*
Rate* as Low as any other
Company doing Business -
in British Columbia.
er Bisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R.PEARSON,
doo7to (B. C. S. 4 P. Co.) AGENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
IN 361 ABL-V-) ,
ESTABLISHED 1821
Bisks Taken at Bates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T.R, PEARSON,
doc7tc        (B. 0. 8.4 P. Co.) AGENT.
ft i HAM,
GENERAL
DEALER
COMPLETE STOCK OF
-AT-
WHOM  PRICES!
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY
Mijr-Mtl.
WANT.
$1.25 -o" «•% $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1.25.
GLOBE  HOUSE!
B-SHW
-wm:.   _r_a._e
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OK
MIW; IERQ.HANDISE!
—irrCQNSISTING OF         '       .   - .   ,,    ,.;
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jacket*
and Cloaks,
The'Millinery is tho finest and largest. Stock on the Mainland. No
need to go to Viotoria. '    :   ■ !
DRESS GOODS in the new materials und shades for the season.
Wc call attention to the famous SEA SERGE, which we
have-at various prices—37Jc., COc, 62Ac. and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
min, and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the OHItUNAL COLOB. .      .    . ,
■     The GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with TIeS, Bra-
CeS, ShirtS, SockS, AC., nl"I a Iie*' »'«' jfashionable stock tif
>d*»oci*li_. ,-.- ... H_*tAjJr_e>.a.BIIl_
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R, and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BV
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance and
financial Agents,
SEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
POR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVEfl.
ap21to
Just Received via C.
P. R. one car-load of
Stoves and Ranees.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of E. & C. Gurney &
Co. and are well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
wfll do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on post to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
way.
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
ilaulJllo COI.UMBIA.STREET.
- AUSTIN liip
Carpenter & Builder
riui ud Specifications for til
kinds of Buildings are-
' fully Prepared. '
JOBBING NEATLY AND CARKPUL-
,      LY EXECUTED.
Alt orders loft st Occident Hotel, or nt
the ehop of W. JoIiuboii, Columbia street,
will receivo prompt attontion. Your favor solicited, jodto
2L SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER,
IS  NOW  PREPARED TO   REMOVE
Nlglit Soil, Dry Rubbish, -tr-.
All onion promptly'oxeolitotl nt retisbn-
ablorate". 7.. SMITH.
  tlocfltfl ■
REMOVAL.
OAND BltOS. HAVK TAKKN OKFIOKH
LV on tho corner ot Miwki.n_._o and
OlarkBon StrectA-one block above Columbia ttt., where they are now prepared to
Wttvnrl to HiiHlKfgi. -•#..«
ja«STONE-CUTTER*
HAs'sEVEliED .ALL CONNECTION
with John Mortimer, of Victoria,
nfld tjiidertiikcs to furnish t
Atl kinds of Monumental Work
AT  REASONABLE RATES.
Also, takes (-ontrncts for itasoii Work,
In nil Us briunjhes.    . j  -       '
Agent for llvllrr'n Sluwit t'fiitorpfrrcH
A Brae l«'t n.
P, O. Hox 135, Now Wostmlnstor.
Preliminary Announcement
: ':",r TO .THE ETJCCTORS OV .
New  Westminster  District.
GENTLKMEN:—At the -farnestttftuttt
of a large number of tho Electors of this
District, I havo consented to oome forward
ns u candidate to fill the vacancy In tho
Dominion House of Commons occasioned
by the lamented death of. your late repro-
scntntlvc, Sir. Homor. At au early date t
shall publish iny iidilrpNS and mnlieap-
pointinontn to nioot you nt various places
throughout the District for the purposo of
dlKi-usaliiK sonic Importitut public (]tips-
tions.
, Your Ofjodicnt Sorvant,
(loelOte,     THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
PACIFIC
New Westminster. B, D,
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,.
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   TV  THE
VEHICJ.J* LINE.
We' lmvo a largo stock of moat of
tho abovo articles on haml, also a large
stock of Wogon and Carriage Mutoriiu,
Wheels, Wood and Hardware.
Hopnlrlng, Fainting * Trimming
done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates given ou Ironwork, and
Contracts token. Agricultural linplc-
meiits made and repaired, and aU kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Farmers, kept in stuck and
made to onler.
Horsc-Slioeinc ana General
Jobbing.
We nlso keep iu Btock to -supply tho
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse nnd Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow 'iV-ith, Curriago
Springs and Axles, and a complete stook
of Carriage Hardware,
Parties requiring any thing in om* lino
.will find by inspecting our stock tlint
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 man ufiictu ring and selling
the celebrated
VICTOR   HAY  BALING  PBKSH,
At reduced prices.   It is the best and
cheapest Press in the market.
«_rWe have got the best workmen to be
Iind in thc -r-onntry, and wc Import nearly
all the stock we use from the enst—consequently we can (ifflir Inducement* to pur
clinsera that wo could not liavo done Nome
time uro. All material and work lowing
the shop will lie yunrnuteod to ho Just ns
represented. Orders from the country
promptly attended to.
rtwodmi REID & CURRIE,
SewtaiW
PEEBLES & HECKLEY
Have recoived direct from Quebec a'-'
large consignment of    '
SPRING   MATTRESSES;
THK f IOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
CLEAN ARTICLE
Which is maniifaoturcd.  Can be taken
ni>urt and packed Ina mini) I Hiui'-o. doclSm
Public forte Department,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED   PROPOSALS,   ADDRESSED
to the undersigned tit Vletorla  are
again invited for the delivery pf,	
500 TONS OF RCBBLK BTONK    .
at tho Rnmi Heads of the Fraser River,
and will bo received up to fl. p. m.of
Thur*iln>- Ilie S-lh InM.    .
Stone to bo delivered continuously aad
tn any quantity up to 100 tons.
The lowest or any tender uot necessarily
accepted.
F.C. GAMBLE-
EnglnceMn-Clinrge.
22nd October, 1880. *      doc23td
Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON,
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
Mckenzie  street,
First Door to the Right.from Columbia
Street, and will have always on hand
a full nssortmont of
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A  PERFECT  FIT
''   Guaranteed lu Every Case.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
liuoranlrr C'npllnl *I,«W,M*
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Hea d Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME COMPANY,
Thi:. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business ln Canada-
It has no Robemrsof Insurance, -but the
woll-pstahtlshed lines, benre tbe policy
holders cunnot bo misled as to their contracts,
Its statement)) to tbe public can be road-
lly understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of income and how expended.
Its posit ion Isascertulned annually from
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Its progress tins been unexampled lo
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ItB policies nre Indisputable after three
years, and non-foifel table after two years'
existence.
Iti protlts nrA distributed upon an equitable basis. The profltH to one class of
]>olley holders are not lessened to give
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For ladle. .m^WWd
Bon Marohe. Joo26wl
j   A fine assortment  of  ladies' cashmere jerse^'StjtJ^BoilMkrolie.
The fineBt selection of Hats and Caps
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New styles in Mantle Cloths for
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A choice lot of fur goods for ladies
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A' Sne' i-soWmeiit of Carpets:and
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Mr." John Chariton, it. T., accb'ln'-
luniedby Mrs. Charlton, arrived from
Victoria thU afternoon by way of Port
Moody. . „
Bills arepotttd up around town announcing an ""'auction ' WW. Some'
body-evidently oontomplates raiting
the wind.
The Mexico arrived »t Port Moody
yesterday with four cars of canned
gooda and leather. She took on board
B«noil(orSan Francisco..
fimMWili cMitii-^-4-.y-mr
new houso look over the latest architectural designs at Mr, Hill't offloe, MoKen-
ale it., and combine economy with utility
and beauty. dw-se!3to
Trial proves tfiftJifrWy.fetid#tf
polioy in medicine aa well aa in other
ineqnaued blood purifier, decidedly superior to all others,
f'jf D. Jaoltson wai'convicted ih the
poEce'codrt to-day on a ohanje of (tip*1
plying whisky to Indians and waa hoed
, _ j whisky
0, in default to suffer one month's
imprisonment. He olected to goto
jail. „     .....
The Gladys arrived Worn Harrison
River to-day with Messrs. Mathers,
M<*Silfcr»y. Dawson, Edge, aiid toy
eral othors on board, and a freight
of if, top. farmproduoo.   She leave,
A fint class excursion leaves Montreal on the 29th Ootober for the Paoifio coatt, allowing a return any time
within teven montht, to enable persons to remain tiara during the entire
winter season.—Montreal Star.
J"J_*_iP'L_M_i>ill ^.aW
I--1U|) W .her.
n Viotoria, at I p. ni. Ranges,
300 and COO yardt, 7 shots :;t eaoh.
The cup is now held by Lient. McColl. Boys, don't let the Victorian!
takeit. ,_'-(|.-'• i.1   'l".|1-tlIIB
Mr. Max Mowatt returned from
HarrHon river yqaterday, where he haa
finished work for the season. About
aix and a half million eggs have boon
placed in the hatchery, which are doing well. The fry will bo let go about
noi,'Maroh to fight their wny their
through the world.
An exciting ■ race took placo on < the
river yesterday between Burr's barge
***• tpfi'lttry tsit^. Both ran at the
Kelgntof thelif Well-known speed, and
for a time the result uf the race
Mewed doubtful, but the forty boat,
after much . puffing, crossed the line
ahead, winning, so to apeak, by a
ntek.
A Jan, a stowaway on the Carrie
Delap, died on board thlp a few days
before her arrival, and Ma buried at
tea. The case contradiots the theory
that sea-sickness it nevtr.fatal, at the
poor Jap wat afflicted with "Y-ddrlng
the whole voyage, and wat finally earned off, though he wu well attended
to and received every kindnett from
 ; that the running of
Leamy'. mill at Falso Oreek on Sun-
A4f )l«t wat itrlctly a work of necessity and tliat. the men who refused to
work old so for other reasons than
that of a dislike to "do violence to
conscience." It Is'taid that two of
the. men who refused to work on that
c-J-futon !»re to-day aotive members
,«_ the ciwia gang.   j0.-,.",s .-,.:.■ ,,.-,,-
Aa the Reliance wat coming up
North arm latt evening a deer wat
noticed ahead orottingthe river. The
tteamer being ttoppod the crew  put
out of the wat and brought him to the
Sir ot antlert, and ia at pretty game
t>^<immkmvt *&
Fon the Commons.— Mr, John
Kirkland authorizes us to state that
ho will be a candidate for the vacancy
in the Dominion Parliament caused by
the death of the late Mr. Homer.
20oc-ddi:wtc
Commons Eiection.—We are authorized to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field ns a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoo25to
RtlflitKABiE Carrots.—Some timo
ago Mr L. L. Doane, of thit city, received a few carrot seed, raited on the
spot where the battle of Waterloo took
place. From this seed he raised a very
remarkable carrot, resembling a man's
hand with four fingera and thumb
clearly developed I
i ■. :'i'.'.—♦-__-«      '
BAomsums' Ball. - - A bachelors'
ball held at Hastings last evening waa
attended by sovei-nl young ladies and
gentlemen of.this oity, who speak of
it as the best of the season. The music waa supplied by well-known musicians and the gay company continued
to "ohaae' the fleeting sounds with flying' steps'' till early tliis morning.
Supper was spread at Mr. Black s
hotel.
.!-.      . .. —*-»—* —
Who's Oarrik Drlap?—It waa a
very fortunate thing for one of our
genial custom!! officials that he was a
single man wheii the' following telegram was received by him from Port
Moody the other day; " Carrie Delap
has arrived. ' Oome over." Now, if
he had- liad someone to Mai him,
" Who is thia Carrie Delap!" and had
not been able to make a sufficiently
luoid explanation, he might have felt
an unpleasant sensation at the roots of
hit hair.
i Indeed I—Speaking of the Dominion election campaign in this distriot,
the Victoria Post says: " It is hardly
probable tho election will take place
before the general election next summer. , There is no pressing necessity
why New Westminster distriot ahould
be represented this season." There is
just'as muoh need for a representative
from this district as from any other in
the Dominion, and the Font speaks of
a matter in which he hat neither Voice
nor concern.
 . • .
Sub Judice.—We have received
another letter from Mr. Wm. Reed
touching the death of his wife and the
treatment received by Dr. Trew, But
as Dr. Trew has taken proceedings
against Mr. Reed for libel the matter
is now sub judice, and it Is not proper
that its merits should be discussed, in
the press by either of the parties. For
that reason we must decline for tbe
present to publish Mr. Reed's letter.
We may just say that Mr. Reed expresses satisfaction at the prospect of
the matter being brought into court.
Prospective Immigrants.— Mr. H
V. Edmonds, of this oity, informs ut
that he is in. communication with a
gentleman in Florida who is organizing a party to come out to this province next spring. The party already
nnmbers 27, nnd will bo a great acquisition to the province, aa it is composed mostly of. persons who possess
considerable meant. Mr. Edmonds'
correspondent,himself, is a schoolmaster of 15 years' experience, and was
formerly prinoipal of ont of the lead*
ing schools in Quebec, and ia now
principal of a public school in Florida
having 8 teachers and 400 pupil.. ' It
might be. well for any school board
having need of tuch an experienced
and tuccessful teaoher to communicate
with Mf. Edmondt.
A Beautiful PionmE.—Tho holiday number of the West Sum, in addition to containing numerous fin*
colored engravings, will be accompanied by a magnificent picture of Jilt.
Hood, printed in eight colors. It* is
something everyone who haa Heen.'the
noble " monarch of the Cascades" will
desire to nosiest, and it can only be
had by subscribing for the magazine,
at the supplement will be leilt to
yearly subscribers only. The publisher announces that thit picture and
the October, November and December
numben of thit year will be tent free
to all who tubtcrib* now for 1887.
The West Son it now lit Iti thirteenth tuccessful year of publication,
ranks with the lirst-class magazines of
the Union, and is the only one on the
Pacifio coast publishing original illustrations. The subscription price is (2
por year. I_. Samuel, publisher, Port-
lond, Oregon.
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' Hiram Fran*.—Mr. A. P. Mao-
donald, tike others who have lately
visited this province, fell into the
hands of the interviewer* on his return
oast, and tolls a vory i-einnrkal.le lish
ttory. Speaking of tho canning business on the Fraser he says: "My
wifo and I went up the river to tee
some of the great lish canneries. We
found they were in the act of putting
away for the season all their plant and
appliances, and the season was sup*
posed to bo lost, when* suddenly an
exoited Chinaman gave a shout, and
instantly all hands woro out launching
their i little boats. We looked ont,
puzzled to know what the fuss was
about, and only sawa silvery wavo a
foot high extendim- across the great
river and steadily advancing against
the groat ourrent, but we tocn learned
what it meant, when we taw the tcoop
nets dashed from ovory bout, and at
eaoh lift bearing from two to five
aalmon into tlie boats. Itwasn wonderful sight, hud to describe, and impossible to roalize unless ono had seen
it. The fish never swerved from thoir
course ; but passed steadily up tho
river,' four or five deep, and extending
froni shore to sliore. It is needless to
add that tho canning establishments
wero at once in full bloat, with evory
prospect of a prosperous Buoaon." The
sight must certainly have been a worl-
derfiil one; but it could hot have
astonished Mr. Macdonald moro
thoroughly than his remarkable statement will astonish the cunneryiuon of
the Fraser River. We venture to assert tliat no one hut Mr, Macdonald
ever witnessed such a Bight as he
describe!.
Sproule Executed This Morning.
Speoial Dlspaleb.
Victoria, Oct. 29.—Robert" E.
Sproule, the man. convicted of the
murder of Thomas Hamroill in Kootenay on June 1st, 1885, wat hanged in
the gaol yard here at 8:10 a. m. today. The prisoner, who had every
hope of a commutation of his sentence
until Wedneaday last, wai completely
prostrated on being informed that the
sentence waa to be oarried out, but returned hit normal condition the
following day, which waa apent in
writing and interviews witli friends.
He met hii end bravely, walking unaided to the tcaffold. Here he apoke
for several minutes protesting hit in-
nocenoe to the last. Death waa 'instantaneous, liia neck being broken in
the fall.
S Chadwiok, of Arcadia, Wayne county, writes: "I have had severe attacks
of Asthma for several years I commenced taking Dr Thomas' Eclectrie Oil.
Tlio first dose relieved me in one hour;
I continued taking it in teospoonful
doses for a few days, and have not had
an attack of it since, now nearly one
year"
Personal.
Mr. J. B. Ferguson, of Victoria,
arrived in the city from Vancouver
latt night.
Mr. John Charlton, M. P., who
arrived in the city to-day, and will
deliver an addreu in tho Drill Shed'
to-night, expressed liimtelf greatly
pleated with the appearance and position of our oity.
The following were arrivals by the
Rithet to-day: Mist Crosby, Mrs.
Weill, Mn. Byton. Mr. aiid Mrs.
Figg, Miss Evans, Messrs. Jas. Laidlaw, Evans, Coutlie, Elliott, Yondoll,
A. Grant, Freedman, Berthery and
Geo. Haynes.
Registered at the Colonial today:
Oapt. Greville Hautton, London, England; W. S. Oapcos, Port Hammond; Capt. Lewis, ship Oarrie Delap; A. B. Gray, Victoria; 0. T. Con-
over. Port Moody; R. ¥. Ellis, C. P.
R.; John Charlton, M. P., and wife,
Ontario.
■ ,,*. -—
Mr. John Charlton, M. P.
In yesterday's paper it waa briefly
announced that Mr. John Charlton,
M. P. for North Norfolk, Out,, who
is now on a visit to this province, liad
consented to deliver an address in thia
city to-night. Mr. Charlton ia a very
influential and prominent member of
the Canadian parliament, and haa represented Nortii Norfolk continuously
tince 1872. He is an eloquent ahd
forcible speaker, always receiving an
attentive hearing in the home ef commons, and haa taken a prominent part
in urging both moral and political reforms in the Dominion. In politics
he is a Liberal. It it not often the
distinguished statesmen of Canada
give us an opportunity of hearing
their views on public questions, and
we are sure the opportunity of hearing Mr. Charlton will be taken advantage of by our citizens generally. It
has been arranged that accommodation
will ho made for ladies ahd their escorts in the best seats, and we are sure
the fair sex will avail themselves of a
privilege they have so rarely enjoyed.
Admission will be free to all, aiid' 'there
will be no collection taken."
The Railway.
TRAINS AGAIN PROMISED 'IH A FEW DAY8
A special car came into the city this
afternoon with Messn. H. Abbott,
Marcus Smith, 0. E. Cambio, Wm.
Downle, ant-nipt., and Mr. Brown,
general traffic manager, on board.
This time the drooping spirits of our
citizens are again raised by the assurance that trains will commonco run-
ningt44»»rding to promise on Wednesday, Novembor 3rd, This very satisfactory news ia coupled with the announcement that probably two trains
per day will be run botween here and
Port Moody. As evidence that
the company is shaping itself
for business, Mr. Fagan the agent
here has received a supply of tickets
and Mr. Brown waa to-day making arrangements for the handling of freight.
Arrangements have also been made for
securing the right of way from
the Italian and unless aome unexpected
hitch should occur the matter will be
settled to-morrow. Plans of the
station house have also arrived and
the building looks very woll as delineated hy the architect on paper.
We trust that the vexed question is
approaching a satisfactory solution.
Mr. James 0. Flood, tho mining
millionaire, will soon move into his
new and costly rosidonco on "Nob
Hill, San Franoisco. Tho houso is
notable as the only structure in that
oity faced entirely with Connecticut
brown stone. The wall about tlie
large lot it also of brown stone, with
an artistic fence of bronze The architect is Augustus Lauor, who drew tho
plant of the Now York state capitol,
and most of tho decoration wot by
New York detignen. The total cost
will not be less Minn {2,500,000.
Persons or Nkdestary Habits, the
greater part of whose time Ib pasaedat
the desk, or in somo way bent over daily
tasks, cramp the stnma.li, weaken its
musoles. and incur dyspepsia early.
Tlieir most reliable snd safest medlulnal
resource Is Korthrop* Lyinnn'a Vegetable Diacovery, the Grout Blood 1'uritier,
and whioh Is especially iidnptc.l to In.
digeftlon, Billiouaness, Constipation tnd
Poverty or Impurity of the Blood.
An Indiana tramp was soon hiding
a package in a hedge, beforo ho entered ' Chatham on a begging tour.
The package contained 970 in nickels,
(1400 in greenbacks nnd a certificate of
deposit for (300. All this woulth was
handed ovor to tho tramp and he was
told to move on.
Hundreds of letters from those using
Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its ralne.ai a
restorer of gray hair to Ua natural color.
As u stimulant anil tonic, preventing and
often curing baldneaa, and 'leanaingand
toothing tho scalp, its use cannot Ire too
strongly reeonutiended.
ELECTORS
New Westminster District.
GENTLESIEN.—Ah ii mteuessor to. Jour
litt-e rejjresontutivo in MifiC'iinuwriHwlIl
noon Imve to hv elected, I- liereby nn-
nounco myself a candidate for tlie position.
I purpose publishing an address in
willed I will give my views on tbe most
important Questions affecting your interests, and will vlitt the different settlements and addrou the elector.; before
election ilny,   ■
In politic,*.,/am and will faTHoitouGir-
LY INIlKPKNDKNT.   \y   <    -
Yours reupwrtfally,   . ■ i
dwooKtc T. J.',TRAPP. .
Mr. O. Bil-ffini, Beatnsville. writes:
"A customer who' tried a bottle of Northrop & Lyma»'« Vegetable Discovery
saya it is the beat thing he ever used; to
quote hia own words, 'It just seems to
touch the spot; affected.' About n.yeur
ago he had au attack of bilious fever,
and wan -afraid he was iu for another,
whon I recommended this valunhle medicine with such happy results."
This Afternoon's Despatches,
Hpffflnl lo IU* 4'olMinlilaii.
London, Oct; ij9.—The Earl of Sti-nf*'
ford is dead,   He Was 80 years o'f age.
"Pakis, Oct. 29.—Journal.den Debats
says . England must understand that
France wilt not surrender her share of
influence assured her in Egypt liy her
past -position as a creat power and her'
colonial 'interests, ana declares that aa
long as England refuses to satisfy the
just demands, of France a cordial and.
reciprocal British*Frenoh policy" is Impossible,
Sofia. Oct, •__.». -Gen. Kaulbars, Russian t military agent, has addressed a
fresh note to the Bulgarian minister.in
wlUch he Bays, iu view of thc arrival at
Varna of govemment emissaries, who are
spreading reports that the presenco of
Russian gunboats thore is without importance, I am compelled to inform you
that these gunboats will vigorously
affirm their importance if events rentier
it necessary.    .
$6sTbk, Oct.- 20.—Tlie" sty. Panama of*
the Cunard line got ashoro in a thick
fog lust night on High Fine Ledge, hear'
Dunbury aud 3 miles nortii of Gurnet
Point. She lies in a vory dangerous position. The Panama sailed from Liverpool for Boston Oct. 10th. She is bur*
kentino rigged though a screw steamer
of 3,400,.tons burden. Guiuet Point/
near to which the Panama" went ashore,
is at tho north side of the entrance to
Plymouth harhor, Mass. She has fifty
cabin, tortytwo intermediate, and ,H00
stoerago passongers on board. No further particulars are obtainable this p.m.,
as the fog outside is very thick. A tug
has gone to her assistance.
London, Oct. 20.- A pnhlic meeting
of working men and land reformers is
to bo held in London next Monday, tlie
object of which is to support a policy of
land restoration, aud to express sympathy with American worUingmcn in
their efforts to oleot Henry Georgo as
mayor of New York. Among those wh$
will ait on the platform ore Dr, McDori-;
aid and Dr. Clarke, members of parliament, Helen Taylor, and Rov. Mr.
Headlain.
San Fbancisoo, Oct. 29.— Passengers
per Queen of the Pacific for Victoria'
Mrs. K. G. Campbell, son and daughter,
Un. 'J. Dwyer, J. Meyer, Mrs. J.-^fat*
thew, D. S. Bonutoin, B. F, Lovett,' &
F. Kyi*. ■ :
Much distress and sickness in children
is caused by worms. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief by removing the cause. Give it a trial and
be convinced.
Wholesale city Market.
Hoof,     por lOOlto ft oo tu, 37 00
Pork "  7506t ooo
Mutton       "  KfHKjj! It 00
HldeH|gr»4» "  8 M (_v 0 00
Potatoes    "         0 75(9 oeo
Turnips     "       * x. _,.. 0 75® ooo
Carrots       "  0 791 0 00
Parsnips _■ "         1 00® 1 25
Beets   . - 5 *•  I 00(3  1 25
Cabbage-   " • 1 WW I •*■'>
Onions      "  1 »| 2 00
Apples        "  2 00 (£ 2 50
Pears "  - 2 00dS 2 50
Wheat "  1 BO (<*  1 75
Oats   '■'     "       ,-.,.„ 112^ 125
Peas "       " 150® 175
Hay,      ber ton lo 00 S oo oo
Butter (i-ops) per »..,» 0 25 fl. T> 80
Cheese, «    012@0H>
Egffs,       perdoz 0 28© 0 80
Goose,        each      lr-fl®  175
Ducks " .; 0 25(i$ O.'fO
Chickens, por pair........... >. 0 .Won 0 75
Turkeys, per lb  0 200 0 25
Cnrdwootf (retail) per cord 8 00 <3 8 50
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which aro known to act
upon the Generative Organs in Females.
They are that enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and liy this moans made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate. Ask ua for private circular.
A. M. Heiirixu & D. S. Curtis & Co.,
New Westminster* T. McNeeley, J-ad*
ner'.i Landing: H, McDowell &, Co., Vancouver; Pimbury ft Co,, Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Denmau Island; A. R.Johnson
& Cu., Cheniniuus; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; Vf. E. McCartney & Iho.,
Van&onVflr aiul Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Oi-ugOo., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
\V. 11. Megaw, Priest Valloy; H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanolkv ft Co.,
wholesalo agents, Victoria.    dwse28yl
■T hike only one English weekly papor,
The Spectator, and one Canadian, The
ll'eek, und us u rule I should he pir///.ieil to
mu\which I should miss most.1'—Fro in a
toiler by Thnmiw Hii8hes,authorof "Tom
llmwn-s School Days.'-
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cf tho world. It Is, in tho Inmriuigo of
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The Conrericratlon Lire.
The animal report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in'another column.' Tho facts'revealed
in tlie accouhts and thp Ptrectors-'-report
thoroughly, justify the- econ^ums wmc,V,
tho shareholders-presdnt bestowed upon.
the management.. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which' the'Company nas* declined to emlj-arjj JgpoiL extravagant
methods of proenring bosUrts, the work-
ingexponacsof the cosjpfcny War .to the
total income the very small rattO of between 17 i aud 18- per cent. A point attesting th* soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
income is tmffioient to pay the death
claims—which in a -company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of:' ,The .ass-ts and liabilities are*
set forth in nutuite detail, and the tables
show that, after mnking allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing fpr
every debt, thero is a surplus of 5282,1119.
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the last year
was 5260,300. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, vie:--"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extpavagaut .expenditure for the'
Bake merely of increasing new business,
—Toronto- Globe, T. R. Peareon ft Co*
are agents for thi, company in British
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White Bronze Monuments. —White'
Bronze Is a comparatively new substance,
and has aome into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes in this country. It has
been found to be so -Well adapted; for statuary nml monuments, that companies
have* been for some timo established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all lunds
aiul 'styles.'! -From experiments made by
these companies, it has. bean fouud that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—iMs practically'indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive nnd unchangeable, it 'is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platitUiin,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
wliich throws off a verdigris,- The monuments nre cast from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by tho
sand blast, sand being blown againBt thd
work under a high pressure of steam,
which.cuts the surface, but does not adhere to it. A thin film of oxide whioh
forms on this bronze is indistnictible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so tnin as to be immeasurable No corrosion, it iB affirmed,
can takapliaco.*---J?(wf()ji Journal of Oom-
mercei Chas.' J. Robson, New /Westminster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
Cheaper and' more durable than any
other. - ,    -    ' WWr
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LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
•peelal I. Ike I'eluililaa.
San Frajccisijo, Oot. 28.-Cleared,
•tr. Queen of tho Vaciflo, Victoria.
__B**MJft*_r4'Ky.,'Qok_'».—A Tints
spaAl |i#B.< details of. the horrible
butting «i eight people, in a log cabin
near Flairock, Knox county, on Tuesday. Wm. Poeg, a farmer, went
.way from hone on bu.iness, leaving
hia wife, five young children, and two
young ladies of th. neighborhood,Miss
Alice Koarna nud Misi HUlie Adams.
During the night the liouso wa.
burned and nil the inmates perished.
Their remains .were found, uext day by
the <lhlMiid on his return. Itr is not:
known how tho lire caught, but the
mother's remains wore found clasping
those of her baby,anil the bed clothing
near by showed an effort had been
made to extinguish the flames. The
remains of the others were found in
the ruins.
Nkw York, Oct. 28.-*Tlir«e bat-
terries took put ia a salute of 100
guns Bred from the battery on a wired
signal at the moment of the unveiling
of the statue. Steamers on the bay
blew~their* whistle, and the men-of-
war returned the salute from their
gun. at 4 o'clock.. At 4:20 the,, guns
nn Goveriior i.l«iid and other' forts,
and thow.»»*tli£f ar^fhiM,get, unmasked, and belched forth their thunder for half an hour. The New York
World, which bore such a prominent
part in the raising of the pedestal
fund, was represented in a naval parade by two steamers.
Dublin, Oct. 28.—United Ireland
teH. Irish tmanta the time for patient
efldiranco hu passed, and says it is
lute for them to stand up and light,
Mitring hard from the shoulders, lhe
unionists, it says, have been in power
for six months, and have not made an
attempt to suppress the National
League, which is stronger and more
resolute than ever, and laughs at the
government's devices of bluster and
threats. The paper taunts the government with being afraid to use coercion.
Loniion, Oct. 28.—Thi. was tbe
fourth-day uf ihe Heugtitoii meeting.
The race for the Houghton handicap
plate was won by- -the duke of Westminster's 8-year-old colt | Orniond;
Prince Soltykoff 's 3-year-old colt Me-
phi.to second, and A. Casson'a 4-year-
old colt Theodore third.
San Francisco, Oct. 28.— The
Britisli Ship Lueknow arrived thi.
morning from Port Louis,' Mauritius.
The captain states that on Sept. 29th
four of his orew. mutinied. The captain was below when one of the crew,
suddenly set upon the boatswain, assaulting him brutally and knocking
him down. The captain came on
deck, and after some lively work the
men *(rre subdued and intimidated
into nrbtniasion by the captain's pistol.
They were then put in irons and kept
so for the rest of the voyage.
The steamer San Pueblo, which arrived today from Hong Kong, report.
stnr(*iy' weather most df the way.
When the steamer left Yokohama a
gale came up, which soon became a
violent typhoon. The ship was then
in the strength of the Japan current,
and the«asterly sea became enormous,
fhe^elpoi-y of the wind wa. extreme.
Thealeiinar ms hove to for 18 hours.
She jsMtaiosd no damage, only one
boat neing .mashed.
Sofia, Oot. 28.—At a private meeting at Tirnova uf the deputies belonging, to,the government party it was
unanimously decided to adhere to the
policy' towards 'Hussia. Gen. Kaulbars telegraphed to the regency advocating the raising of the state of siege
at Sotja. and Varuna. The Russian
consuVat Varuna threatens'to order
Russian warships to bombard the town
Vnlesi the prefect permits the free
access of Russo-bulgsnan partisan, to
the Russian Consulate, or if he (the
prefect) tries to, prevent the landing of
sailors from tho war ship. Members
ft tks .qbranje are preparing to elect a
regent to replace Karavaloff.
London, Oct. 28. -Tlio str. Borderer from Boston has collided with the
Mfaem In the Thames. The latter
vessel iB sunk and 7 personB were
drowned. The Borderer sustained
some damage.
MS^i'**!1. willjBUCceed Lord Lyons as British ambassador at Paris.
Lord Lonsdale's collier, in Cumberland who have been oi* strike have
resumed work pending arbitration.
San- Fkaxcisco, Oct. 28.—Str. San
Pablo" arriViid td-dfty with Hong Kong
(lftte», 1.1 Oct 2nd and Yokohama Oct.
ITitli. Joseph DacrUoo, accomplice of
Betran, tlie Hong Kong forger, has
been found guilty and sentenced to 10
$eai* imprisonment. Though cholera
m. Jaflau' ia somewhat abating, the
mortality* has 'been enormous. From
Sept. 21 to Oct. 7 there were 6,014
cases 4,435 deaths; in Tokio 483 new
cases occurred and 400 deaths. Returns for four weeks ending Sept. 25
give 34,008 case, and 23,774 deaths,
average mortality over (18 per cent.
Nkw York, Oot. 28.—Tho Canadian
.Pacific Railway Co. is negotiating to
obtain tunning powers ovor1 the Cen-
tsfsW Vermont to connect with New
.y«t\t. The Central Vermont lias heretofore been the outlet for the Grand
Trunk.
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 28.—From
the,, most reliable accounts obtainable
to-night the number who perished does
not exceed ten, and these wore all in
the passenger coach next the baggage
car. lhe only occupants who escaped
were aft-Maii-dren, whose mother,
Mm. Schei-er, handed thein out to a
brakeman. Mn. Scheror was pinned
by a seat and already enveloped
Reicuer's hands were
I None of the ohar-
red remains can bo identified. I No
passengers in any of the sleepers were
killed. Conductor Searle was in tlie
i car when the shock occurred,
man Clark and Brakeman
hey wetis pinned under
several trunks, unable to extricate
themselves. To their horror they
mw flBrnM-itwirAin. .They redoubled
thoir eftWiinil Phllhtis fnanaged to
crawl out nnd telcasixt tho others. The
conductor iB now lying prostrated at
his home in Milwaukee Ho aays;
, thoro, wero not to exceed 15 paasengju
altogether. He has lost his tickets,
and so there is no record. As nearly
as he can recollect, the occupant, of
the car whore > the frightful incineration occurred included a woman witli
a littlo girl about li years, another
dark haired woman with a babe less
than a year. o)a, a blonde woman of
'35, who seemed to be a oo»ij*nion of
of the former, and two sisters of charity. He can recall no description of
tho others. From all account* thore
must havo been a frightful scene in
tlie car wherein tlio fatalities occurred.
Tlio prcmurc caused coachea to aaaume
the position of the lotter "A." Lamps
were ore-ken and stoves overturned,
scattering firo and flames in all directions through ther coach. Mangled
and bleeding passengers woro pinned
securely by. broken seats and many
wero fieaiwd one upon the other.
Tlieir ngoniited shrieks told the story
of fractured limbs to which was added
the horror of cremation. It is positive that only 3 escaped. The hero of
the catastrophe^ waB tlie onginoer who,
in the face of seeming death, held his
hand ou the throttle and thus saved
the lives of all the passengers ill tho
sloepcrs. Then- when the train Btop-
ped ho scrambled out from beneath
his engine, bleeding, and alarmed the
sleeper, of the danger from lire. .   .
A late despatch to the Sentinel estimate. Urn number of people burned as
20. A force of men has been engaged
to-night in raking over the ruins of
the coaches. At 11 o'clock the charred
remains of 11 victims had been taken
out.
Bkrlin, Oct. 28.—Abbe Collier, ar.
editor of iw-raine, published at Metz,
has beeu indicted • for attacking the
judge, concerned in the recent sentence of Abbe Sabouret for invoking
the divine protection of the French.
Herr Schurze, editor of a Bambourg
journal, has boen sentenced to one
month's imprisonment for attacking
the Bavarian minister's dealings with
the late King Ludwig. Discontent is
growing ih Bavaria at inoeannt press
prosecution. At Fribcrg, in the block
forest, the house of a,'miller named
Sissest was destroyed by fire. Sisset,
wife nnd 4 children and servant wero
burned to ashes. The remains were
buried iu one grave.
Washinoton, Oct. 2.—The socretary of state made another effort today to secure a further reprieve for
R. E. Sproule, condemned to be
jjbanged to-morrow at'Victoria, B, C,
%r murder. ' No reply has been re-
ceieved, and it is presumed tlie Canadian authorities, who postponed the
execution 3 times upon request of the
American department oi state, will
not show further leniency. The American consul at Victoria is thoroughly
imbued with a belief in Sproule's innocence, wldch belief is shared by
the limyor and many1 prominent British citizens in Victoria.
London, Oct. 28.— Tha diary of
Bishop Harrington, who waa put to
death by order of King Magra, of
Uzandi, Africa, has been published,
giving detail, of the last week of his
life. He describes the arrival of his
party at Lubiaras, where the chief at
the head of 1,000 troop, demanded tea
guns and three barrels of powder. As
the chief asked Bishop Harrington to
remain with him for a-day, the. latter
complied. While taking a walk the
bishop was attacked by about 30 natives. He struggled with hi. assailants, but became weak and faint and
was dragged violently a long distance
by the legs. When hi. persecutors
halted they .tripped and robbed him
and imp.is.ned him iu a noisome room
in . hut full of vermin and. decaying
bananas. While he was lying there ill
and helpless the chief and his hundred
wives came out of curiosity to feast
their eye. on him. Next' day he was
allowed. to return to his own tent,
where, though still ill, he felt more
comfortable. He waa still guarded by
natives. He remained in bed during
the following day,parties of the ohi.f's
wive, out of idle curiosity coming daily
to se. him. He w.s allowed to send
messages to friends, but he believed
they were intercepted. On the 7th
day, he writes, fever continued. At
night the place .warmed with vermin,
the guard, were drunk and noisy, nnd
he was unable to sleep. At hut he
became delirious, on Oct. Sth. On
the 20th he was conscious. His entries on this day were: " No news.
Hyena howled all night, .mailing a
tick man. He will not have me yet."
Thi. is the final entry. Iti. believed
that ahortly alter writing it he fas
taken out and pnt to death. Throughout the week there were frequent entries referring to the comfort he derived from reading psalms.
Paris, Oot. 28. -Flood, in the
Rhone and Gamine valloy. caused
great ravages. The operations of the
Bordeaux tramway havo boen suspended. Numerous villages were Bub-
merged and the inhabitants are in
great distress.
Lonuon, Oct. 21*—-The Daily Newt,
commenting on the dedication, aays:
"It is a great mistake to think .the
statue will increase the friendship between tho two countries. America did
not want the statue; she took it because it was offered. When the last
cannon boomed New York was richer
by a remarkable statue,, and that ia
about all." ___^_
A Russian millionaire has recently
had built for him in St. Petersburg a
most sumptuous smoking-room, with
walls literally lined . with. European
bank notes. Instead ot. tho mass of
white ceiling which forma the desperation of disciples of Willinin Morris, is
seen a profusion of Austrian notes
most artistically grouped a blue ten-
florin bank note. Charming designs
composed of French, English, Italian,
nnd Russian bank note, adorn the
walls.
On September 6th Judge Dawson delivered a lengthy opinion sustaining the
law prohibiting the introduction of intoxicating liquor into Alaska. The decision waa rendered ih J the case of the
United States vs. Otto Nolson, wliich
was regarded as a test cose. The defendant had heen indicted at the May
torm of the District Court for selling
liquor in the town of Stika.— Alaskan.
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Dear Sib.—1 have to thank you for tho
promutiieM with wliich your company
settled my claim for Indemnity ln consequence of ah accident sustained by rae
while Hurvoylng at English Bay.
i    Faithfully yours,
doc2_wl CHARLES E. "WOODS.
PUBLIC   HIGHWAY.
New Westminster District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
public highway is horoby established
along the southern boundary of Section
0, block 5 north, range 7 west, nnd having
a width of 33 feot, measured to the nortfi
of said section line.
WM. SMITHE,
.Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands A WorkH Department,
Victoria, B. C, October 20th. 1880.
doc28wi!
NOTICE
B HEREBY GIVEN that, application
will be made tothe Legislative Assom-
_y of the Province of British Columbia,
atthe next session thereof; for an Act to
Incorporate a company for the purpose of
constructing, managlug and maintaining
Waterworks at the terminal point of the
Canadian Pacific Railway on Conl Hnrbor
and English Bny, and for the purposes
thereof granting to the said company the
Ei-lvllege of taking water from Capllano
roek,Burnaby Lake or othor suitable
points, with power to the Raid company
to build flumes, aqueducts, Iny pipes, erect
dams, ocquire lands, nud do alt othor acts
and things necessary for tho purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September 301h, 1885. ddKe
Port Hammond Nursery!
XTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
j\ yonr orders, If you want some of
those nice fruit, or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
about the middle of Juno to settle up my
affliirs there uml come out this fall with
the stock for my nursery here, and will
select and bring your orders right along
with me for this fall and next spring's
planting, I will satisfy ull both ns to quality of trees nnd fruit, and I will bo Bottled
horo In the business so you will know
where to And me. All communications
after the middle of June may be addressed
to me at Bowmanville, Ont,, or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
G.W. HENRY,
. my__tc Fort Hammond P.O,
TrwhomCulNo.6.
P.O.Box 71
WM McCOLL,
Dry Qoods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LtJHDBOMiS BLOCK, Columbia SI.
tlw*ati:*tc
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED lies eitabllsheil
i himself In tlie OUT ol Now Westminster with • FIR8T-UI.ARS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which ta op» fer Engagemenl* al
very nwdrrale Charges.
Orders loft atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly nttendod
o day or night. Stablo noxt H. Elliott's
JOS. CATE8.
Telephone Ko, 30. mylte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Famishes nil Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
D
.0 YOU WANT TO BUY OR BEM. A
Business, take n partner, etc.
PICKERIN8 & CO.
,. OPFIOEl Fort Street, between Douglas
uid MronjMoii, VICTORIA, B. C. ft O
box HM. mhfl
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
large quantity of
REST WELLINGTON LU«P G04L
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which ho will soil at lowest rates.  He
Will also promptly attend to atl kinds of
d. s. eras & i.
Wholesale anil Retail
DRUGGISTS!
Ne»- Westminster It. (..
mhlOtc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V,
I Old Broad St. and 16 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED raflffJ
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Waves, Merclian*
dise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of auoh Vessels; also, Ships build*
Ing aad repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aiid
Gooda on board auch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud ill Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIKR.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-61.600,000 6TG.
Ratea of Premium and every information ean be obtained on application to i
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Westminster,
-PRACTICAL--
Haa just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold aud Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
Ladles size Swiss Oold Watches
(rom 825 to $55,
Ladles Size American stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
$32.50.
RBMKMBl-B-Wo do not ull "fllled"
Wfttnlies.and Jewelry tut solid gold.
. Our good, are guaranteed -just as re*
presented, and prices lower than any
other house in 11. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, 6. C.
ienie
Orders left at Mr. TKoOoll's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douirlnfl
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Weatin ln«lor Iti 0! JlylOle
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMPORTER XSil DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The French Lenoir, Uoodyenr, rink-
erton, Oo.hri.ne, CuhbIIs A Co.,
Arracs liolden nnd Sinter
Boot* and Shoes.
r AMISS AND GENTLEMEN ARE IHS-
\j rrptrctlully luviteil to rrnil Hlld exam*
(lie tho stoek,        .,,,
I have also un linnd the
SCOT! ll-< AVADUN IHTIUJI! WATER.
TIGHT KNF.tJ BOOT,
Whlelr now takes tho plaeo ol gum boots,
JyjJSto
PIONEKB
Fish s Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HANI1 A GOOD
supply or
Fresh and Salt Water Fish,
GA.JMB1 DT 8-tASOK.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.
PnrehiiKM, will he delivered In any part
nf {he oily frnr of ehninoj        ll-rtjrlllyt
THE ttlEBUTED
WHITE
Sewing Machine!
KTGOOD AS ANT MADE.
SOLE AGENT POR MAINLAND:
C. J. ROBSON,
At the Now Fruit and ("Joiift'otlonery
Store, 'Opposite Colonlnl lintel, New
Westminster,B.C.  ;., jlyssto
TESTIMONIAL!
■'   ■ 'Vdhcfoim\?.ntd,TnM,4-ffi6, ■'■■
MB. 0, UOBEItTSON, ,
H,    -Vni)-,OUYQI!-
Ueprp.scnt.ti'' Golfllu A McCiillocli,
.•.!■.' .       * anlt,Ont.
Sin.—We tlie uiivlerHiiiiiefl' luivlng wit-'
neBKod tlio telrible (We ivhloli wlpfea out of
existence the young eity-of Vu-ncouvinv
on the I'lth liiHt., huvt>, afier Mil. .Ire, ex-
amined tho enfes sold hy you, somo-of'
which were' put to the most Hcveroteflt,
ImvliiK heen surroun.lcil by Jui**<>'Hmntl-
tles of lam nnff Uiiertn,niui we tire lilonned
to tcHtlfy to tlio reniui-knblo mntinor In
which every Safe solil liy vou preserved
its floritents, not only books ami papers,
but also*thousand.'* of  d'.liars In paper
money were taken out Hi por/ect condition.. Wei can,* tUerefimi, with the great-**
est confidence, recommend thorn ns thoroughly fire proof:.- .   ,; -
L. A. Hamilton, fur the Cumullan Pacific
Hallway Oompany:   51, A.' MacLenn,
-Mayor; John J. Blnket stlpviulfaryMa-
Slstratoi itleh'd. Alexnmler, Justice of
the Pence) John Boultbee, Pullce Magistrate, Oity of Vancouver; Thomiih l>_inn,
Justico of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edwnrd R Itnnd, Jtciil Kstate Uroker;
W1 Balfour,'Alderman;- John Rankin,
-Heal Estnte Broker;  Pither A  li.tl-.on,
Roynl Hotol:  EL F. Kecfrr. Contractor,
C.P. R\; 3.W. McFnrlfldti, Port Mood}*,
to Vancouver and Knglish Kay; F. C,
_ Innes A Co., Ileal Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
Ross, Real Estnte Broker;' Gravely A
Spinks, Rent Estate BWikOtt  R.C. Ferguson, Mgr. H. C. Y. Mills.     i    jeiffltc
Importer and Dealer in
ikovisioiis.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
City to buy your
Groceries..
D. McPHADEN,
Dearie's liilek Block,
MEW WESTMINSTER, 11.0.
WWH phviiomm Sav Aiout the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
-■Treatment by Absorption has for some
time boen recognized by Medical Men to
he the most simple and oiiuetunl means
of convoying to Diseased Oigans, "Curatives," but In enses of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, Rtjocewflll
treatment wns practicably Impossible until the Introduction of tlio fitarr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single proscription and Is lmmeusurably marr tyolnlve
and effective than ony quantity ef internal
Medirlnnt dontnf/. "Worn Immediately over
the seal of Disease, Its curative properties
bocome absorbed by the dlm.iih.id uud en-
foobledOrgaitB, continuously and directly,
ns required to Insure In return thoir healthy action and orlKlnal vlgtlur. It Is comfortable to tho patient and ulonsnnt In Its
efTeolH.nnd euros when nothing oino can.
Tho Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive resnlts,. A more valuablo
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Dlsensos wus novor mndo.—Metliail Gaeettt
The Hlarr Kidney iNnl, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders nnd nllinouts of tho
Kidneys Bladder nnd urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaint.*-, causing
pnin Iii tbo smull of the book, sMch, oto.,
{(roduolng urinary disorders, suoh us too
roquo»t,Heniit.v,dimciult,pnliifulor.opl-
' ous micturition. Inability r>f rotenttoil and
-sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting the presence lu tlie systom
of diseases common to tho urinary secro-
11 vo organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder and passages, Bright'sdlBease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Rend for pamphlet Io I_ANQI_EY A
CO,, Wholosnlo Anents, Victoria, Retailed by A. M. HERRING nnd D. B.CURTIH
A CO., Now Westminster; T. MCNEELEY. I_ndner»s Landing: H. MoUQWEM-i
4 CO.. IIARTINGH HAW MIM* CO., THR
VANCOUVER i DRUG CO., Vancouver;
Vf. E. McCartney a BRO,, Vancouver
and Kmnlnnps; J. B. WVEhh Valo; W.
K.MKOAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK &
Co,, Knmlnops, ilffn-ttyl
ALBION
MMBLE; WORKS
JAMES TISHKK, Proprietor.
MOXUMKNTH, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FITR-
1 :I*ITURE MARBL53, Ae.
Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of what thoy wish, can have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on. application, All work guaranteed equal to any
on tho Pacific Const, and at reasonable
rates. NJB,—No agents employed.
Uorilon Street, Victoria, B. 0.
Opp, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
UOHNS.GOX,
Importer and Dealer in
WHITE I.BflllOIlNS,
SHOWN LKOII01IKS,
PLYMOUTH BOCKS,
l.*SG!,HANO»,
While Crested Black Poland..
Onlnek Fnr/I*,, Raven Dtaoks,
While Pekin Dnaks.
[   PH, Games, Houdans.
oa_Blrils and Kggs supplioil nt low rales,
fliiifall stock glltiruntcea.
Royal Avenue, East ot Douglas St.
New Westminster, Conl Harbor
And Seattle Borate.
IHB STEAMUR
IBM  (JVW. TAR5JB„Mn«ter.) ,   ,    n
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVJERfl*'
. Thursday Moriilpsal 7 o'clock, for
New Westminster nv.it Conl Harlmr, vln
I'ort, 'i\)wnscntl an,l the Islands; arrives at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal .Harbor about,two bours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR tr,'
ilaj- SmtilfurrSeuttle.
Fare M Heallle W.<J*»
l*rei«ht per ton      4.W
Hileulal rates lo inerolmntK.        aplOtc
A Private College I
 FOR——    ''    '"'
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C,
—ON—
' MONDAY, AUGUST ie, 188&
THE   BCU.DINa   HAS   15   LAHQB
Itoonm nnd  Is v.cll furnished with
njKlster Rrutefl, buth rooms. Ac. Ac       M
KxcclliMit opportunities for nil kinds of
liPHlilifnl exercise?-, Including banting and
bathing.       ' •
* Pupils will bu mado most comfortable
Hitd their general welfare carefully con-
sldcred.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will be nml nt Hi ncd.
-Excellent facilities will be afforded for
instruction in EngllKli, rommrrclal,
Uliiwlctil and Modern Language Subjects-
with Innlrnmpnlnl Mu-Hlr.
AppHeutlon Forms, Kefereucos and fall
Information furnished by *   ''
KKV. C. .1. BRKJfTON, H. A.,
NEW Wl'-STHlNSTUR.
June 0, im. dwjly.lto
.-0tJjftoQ'-
MONUMENTS
mHE UNDKKRIGNED HAH BEEN AP-
I pointed ajjent in British Columbia for
these beautiful uiontunciita Full parllc*
ulnrKiis to prices und designs on appllca-
tlon, OH AS. .T. HOBSOA,
At the Fruit and Oonfectionory Htore, op-
MMltQCotonlnt Hotel, Now Weitminster,
Clotts! Clolg!
W H IT E
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys'* aud Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Also* a full lino of
CENTS' FURNISHIH9 0OOOS
—HB NOW HAS—
Tke Beit li'ortmen. tn the tym
. Mne o»er cxklblted In Tti-
Wentmlniter.
LATEST  feT-Z-Xj-BS
Al Lowest Possible Prloti for Cub.
Call Knrl7 and Make tan blKtl.a.
oilumim miiT Opp. i«m ip I, c; '
T.R;tal&
inma
COLUMBIA STREET.
-ntrossm, ksi, ouuuu-
Books,
Stationery,
m*~zr r
zines,
Toys, etc
The Largest Stoclt pn t-*i,M-*p-
land,  and  second   to  no
House in British Co-    '"'
lumbia, '
-—BOLE AGENTS 'FOB-
The Dominiflu.
Of BowmwfiU-ft, Oal.,
Antl agenti for all tbe leading Araericut
PIANOS & ORGMIS
SPECIAL iORMS
Oo the. prenilMs^os naatif apd oheaply
•#,»*, tajotbts, NtaU-rrimaat ia ,**a
Plwia-*.
v^AO*_**Tjl..F()*-r--r .,i;
Cwfe^fatlon LH* Amuhuh Co..
North British and Mtrewtll* firo
Inuranc* Co.
 Ajurt, lm Fi-|.(**_«_—-.
BHirnxu kicurn,
Mt_|H, VUTfttfll'
Bins nmt, ■',
ciistmi hhu aunt.
imw, nn.tivm,
WMBt,ucnm,
And all kind, of BUok D»t_u aad timk
Fonns on hud.
—AU th«: LMdUig—
NEWSPAPERS
 .AND—.if"
l*4yilari_. i«a«l*»t; Irta-ripllm l**|n_( ]
lor any PobUontton at ovart rataa. J''\
■ m-m tamit dlnal tnm wsmiss .
taiwe, and oanaot ba udamM tl tMl
Protttoi''
T. Bi f^p * fQi,;
:-\c9itnm^-^evmnt. ;■
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