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VOLUME 1
neWj waairMnwTi^, p. a, Thursday evening, September 30,1886.
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NUMBER 83
tbtomWan
Tkirsday Evening, Sept. St. IIM.
Almost every day brin-js to the
jiublic light new data proving the
■harming character of our consular
lervice. The interesting list of consular nincompoops is always growing larger. The general aspect of
he servnce is that of anj ex-territo*
ial oleemosynary establishment for,
he conveniinoe oicpitriaseii dead-;
icats, bankrupt politicians, election-
ering bummers,' loafers, extortion-
rs and superfluous villains. —Chicft-
•o Tims.  .
The ifailj has professedlyreceived
Teat and' unexpected light on the1
emperance ojuention. Since ever it
isd an existence ft has been by yay
if eminence the whiskey organ, just
b it has been, and ■ is, that of • Sir
m' f. «i
T*/    , DENTAL SURGEON.
AH dd*nH(-i«-*i*4fcnsf*?«"0lmiHl(ki «
skilful ihatisfef: j        \j j:: j I j*;."    ■
, I Ostice at tho Colonial Hotel,   dwauvto
lohn, all ,
protesta
ions tb the contrary notwithstand-
ng. If in: tlie ^uurse of; t|ie last
hree days' our cotemporary has
eally twin :ii great lighti and'hU
fstened at last- to a voice from
leaven;' evMy' trie- friend' of' 'his
jountry will rejoice, and we shall lie
mong the foremost.in sending in
ur ooijgra(i*litti«wi.-t4'3foie. |j
The - jjfaii*5 important I article,
fhioh,|f*|ij*lbliBhj^.dayl:fint(o»l*-
elieyes'Sir iTohn.Macdonalo: of all
esponslhftky for its uttoatae^/tfatJ
listincjfy.' lalee up the chfimpipn-j
hip of Protestantism, which in the
ays of (leorgu Brown belonged to
he Globe. So decided are the Maits
rards that Ve conceive that it sees
he anjti^ccleslastical cause, to be
etter worth fighting for than even
ut part* and'i*rty leadtk! ftr
hose .advocacy it was brought into
fe. mSk'- -')'*■ sigh of tnritlrhes
hieh wiU,he>viewejd wMt'iialittie
iteres"trrli*>%e ti&difii peiife
noth^jeign'bf thb tipieg is the
'ail's distinctly taking issue with
.nr
r«»f*
ir John Macdonald on the Prbhi'
ition question. The adhesion, of
ie Mail to the Prohibition stan-
ird-^so, we .hope,' we may read its
ords— means, we presume, that
ie vict4.1yiot.that cause, in Ontario
: least, is within easy view,—Mon-
eal WithessM (TI >
The re^hiliatiiin of the Maits
iti-OathoHe diatribes by thepre-
rior indicates an apparent yvant of
armony' ih .the counsels .of the
ory party,' which aiiiet have a dak-
.:<*»*-
png S\
ie appl ...
'^tm^m^sl_^^i
ie if(ji-'»-gam».uin thua.venti"
ig toaAtigohlietlieidhfeftiaii
ia FrenchfOanadian and.Catholio;
uppoif-rrt.iJ--Ia iWoi^ossSilethat
be Maits apparently khort-rigWwd
nd suicidal course is dictated by
he hope of defcaliitii-iMr.Mowat,
nd leaving the part* in the Do-
ion ' tn take 'the Chances? . Ai
ood many of (he
rave chafed tinier the restrictldrii
mposed, on, ] t"t(*in bj* the alliance
rith the Ottawa.government, which
jas kept'thetnliri k perphtial niiaor-
ty in, the legWatura It is not
urprisihg' if the provincial Tories
lave grown tired of acting aa » btjt
ress and a feeder to the (art-rat
Jttawa and ara impatient for an
>otive aggressive policy which wil)
it leastiffive them a tiglfliagi-lhance
th^eji^latu**i.^jn)«in<l tUffuf-
Accorijygta.til'e Baltfm*re -feur-1
ial of Commerce, taking the history
f cereal* production of theUhited
Itates since 1872,* most asjonish-
ng rate of progress ia to he observed.
n 187i* "ttrtre1' 'itro^' 68,28b,19t
ores |n ontali, and j the grain yield
ras 1,664,331,600; busliels; in;
r» MeLXAN, M. n.
rDrnoE — McKcii7.lc St., opposite the
Lockup. HRsniKKcK-Agnes!-ll.,rlr8tdoor
oast of Mr. Cunningham's,
JaMc New Westminster, H.C.
IT M.COOPER, B. A„M.O„
raw^»*,^su^Bcifr,7*[   |
OFFIOE and RE'siDENCE-Oliurdr. St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near,
Coiumbiast.NewWestmlneWr, B.tt
OFFICE HtotiOT-Jgto'l'i'o.m.; ito'Sam*'
480 to 8 p. m. Calls In town and coun
tfyproniptryatterJ-*-- *""""
"r-ik iTu
teite
SI
Tyi. F. WELSH,
': • I ' DEN-risT,
.'•',. J      Colonial Hotel,
Now Westminster, B. 0. npiBlo
/*■■'■• C. BROWN.
: DErmsc.      s •
OrtncK-Ovor D. & Curtis* Co.'s Drag
Btore, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hdur«-H»irjj;li804e».;(
. Will visit Chililwliook the Irst Monday
arid two following days in eocll month.
Teeth painlessly extracted.   auU
c»«
OlBOULP A McUaLL, . :
barristers,
solicitobs, etc
Offloe, Mckenzie Street, New Westminster,
nnd Vancouver, a 0.'.:      '.', JySldwtc
-ITT   NORMAN BOL**,.  .
' ''*  '■', BABtyiBR-AT-LA**'.
Land Agent.  , "' Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,   .
•       New Westminster, RO,
1LBBKT J. HILL,
I  ' ;    '   CIV1I.. BNOtJlilEat,    '.''''■'
Land SurY.jror, BUa**h»i**a*, eta.
'OFFICE—One door North of Messrs.
Corbould A MeColl's, MoKensle Street.
r •, J ■ dw-selSto
!       WALTER J. WALKER,
rJjrt'j'S ,,, q
I).) Auditor, Ae.o«nl.M,*o.
Colonial Hotel, New Westr.
dsel8m8
A   R. HOWIE.
A.   Formerly Howse, HIU 4 Blokmau,
Eegt lo announce that bo will nnutw
•■rrtyt*.
Ou and after the 21st Instant.  Oflloe, New
"-■'-idontn Hotol, Murray St., Port Moody.
Coledr
kveyaaeer
Ist lnsti
Hurray
B019IC
tt^J. TRAPP,.  j ■ ..
I   : AUOTIONEEB AND APPRAISER,
j^ljmb-Ws**it,.i>^KW*»H**i«-Fter,
^Jl commissions will receive prompt
aid careful attention. Beit references
given wheu reauljed, .^-ftf ■
■■'M '-*-«-1 ('li   ,')    Jl(
jbWv
i'W^rei
,'■• ■
■I
-Bctit and Debt collector.   ,
MTKBAl flOOD PABMS FOB SALB.
OFFICEi-Forrls Street, New Wcstmln-
IH ,c3^i ;■■*«•*
he acreage' had deiiUed and ya« ih
ound numbers.,itl
rhile the production for that year
omewhnt exceeded- 3,000,000,000
ushels. In other .words, we have
roduc* S6;000.d00,000 hintreht -of
rain '« fdiirkee'h I yeare, .until n»l
he IftHtea-iStatail not only itan<>
r«t Wioi-g)l^!Br*>if.i!B!<^-W>8i
rual cereal crop is nearly a tn^rd. of
he yield of all the -sbSef cilinhiei--
ial nations of the world combined.
from thsmt I820 to 1876 the
alue «f;^<c«Jihlii.«t expirfc of
vheatjanw flwAgfltgltel rjlftil,-.
112,561, while for the ensuing eleven
™tt*mm_m»mMm
eached an aggregate of 1*1,039,-
85,6^'8l"W»P»,O09 -IhWilH
levon years than for ■ the Mitlhi
ixty-six years preceding. The ex-
orti of'corn-lilrhilarfy WnTparetf
how a tm^u^mmnm
 I
»r the yoaiis l^fefiWMWli
s against $411,237,888 for fhe put
leven years.    Aint yet but a frae*
ion of the vast natiinn-resources of l , -,-■__ _? -j,     . _
..and   .
ast territory .nfjhe flfflm^W"
he Paoifio slope have beendeveloped.
Woods, Tpsr&ihalilo
Keal Estate, Insurance and
ComnNlqti 4«mH.
Fill, UK, -CCIDEJir « MMK INSURANCE
;i '■: "
',..        COLOMBIA STREET,
Telephone «8-'      HEW WUTalltatn.
c. Mcdonough
FRONT STREET, «W WE8TNINSTEI.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots * Shoes,
Ao, Ao.
THE BEST GENERAL STORE IN THB
CITYrTBY IT,      ,
Form Produce taken at highest prices. . f
 dwJly81to	
AUSTIN BRICE,
'Flam ud Bpeclleatloni Tor all
kind! or Buildings care.
fully Prepared.
jbBBINOJli^TLy'-AND CABBFti*
LY EXEqOTED.
All orders Mt at Occident Hotel, er at
the shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention.   Your fa-
vor mlicited. je9tc
J.A.jCAWW&Cp.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Nlll .nd
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, are prepared to execute all
Orders promptly and to the satisfaction
of their customers.
All kinds efTIBHIMII aene le erder,
J. A. CAWLEY dr CO.
jatte;'"'''' popoum,b;o.!
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
WHARF STBEET • VICTOBIA.
Aamras hob   *
North Brlt|»h aad Mercantile
Insurance Oo. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETOKI»0<>.V
36 Pinsbury Circus,
London, E. C,
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOfS ***«>
ladles', Cento*. Misses' and Children's
■•ols, Bkees asat Callers
1   Hade te Order and Kept on Hand.
MuwiM mm,~ -f?stnm mu
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mhllc 	
JilSBISSEAl
*'".     Mannfobtdrer nnrl Dealer In
B
RAND BROS.
■ AL ESTATK BROKBKI,
•'iBWB'SffflfilWfJiRhlfifl
, And Insurance Agent.,
i Fort Street,
OfflcesalVIC
neC  ,..
wWSf.f'ttipeelta
VANCOUyUIR, Conlova Street.
^'CARJr fJAJNT-S eif'sdjerlofriualHy fi*
Her** iililding, Llllll Island, North Arm
' ahd Plti Hlver*
; W«p« iind Plans «rhlMti*il andthefall-
cstlnla(in«UonlririrJ.lioiJat»Uoriririri«.
fPHE UNDElWroNEIl'tNTENDS, AS
%S*WM^^
tblo drawing!* anaapeotfioations of btilid-
lnRH carefully prepared and the execution
of thc worlcsuiwrtntonded If required, at
very raamnablc rfttem   i
, mm        .    , JAMES KENNEDY.
jCrew-A.ftij'Gjr Cakes
mttt*^,s)-aW^i. fee. ., r^WAfi'
,.i,..,,'   ilseSKc ,,tH'i  .
& FINDINGS.
All Kinds of Hides anil Skins Oak.
and Hemlock Itibiletl,   ;
CASH PAID^FOR HIDES AND SKINS.
On hand always a gonrl supply of leather both of my own mannfacluM and
lmportcil.
I have'seoured thc wrvleeauf Mr. Wm.
Burnett to superintend the custom ro-
airing departmeni.
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
MuutifacturetH and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
tisW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
""   dW-Jly81tc	
THOS* OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent, Looks,
Safes;' Sewing^ Machinea, &c, Ac.,'
Repaired.
...'BU^gMITI^Ne,,',.
Ill all ita branches.  Farmers', Loggera',
lllll and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
- .; blacksmith line made to order.
-Having socflred flrst-claas workmen, we
feet con nden t of giving satlsfac11 on.-   ,
•wHorae-shoclngaspeolnHy.     ' -' '
dw-jly31tc]   Columbia.St., New West,
W.R.AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
li f"    ,. A. large Assortme-it of , ,
DRY GGODS
::-AND-
GROCERIES
. :.    '  XtWAYS ON ttA^D.
W^tK^AI^E AND RETAIL.
WOW> AW> CtAft DfiUVUWD TO   ,
ANY PART OV THE CITV.
4 Weruntwostogesdallj'.exceptSundnyfi,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
Ah no liqtior or tobacco Is used we can b j
temperMf-hablte and' enrefal eeonom-f
serve the publio at especially low rates.
i *d*ws£80to .* ■ -
F. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
-AttsV-
I q JEWELER,
OOUlMBIA STIfEFl    NEW WESTMINSTU.
9—mlStS ii.vi.tmm ttv.-,. ' '
u  sinv
HOP TIIE BIG WM
r UitF. kANAOEB POR SAVAGE A
-i     ' LYMAM, MONTREAL.
:C**on«iH»oi**, *<>*Mi«|eii, Ohruo-
fraphen, tnd all Ine Watck
repairs a Specialty-.
NY ONE HAVING WATCHES which
*—i been Injured by Incompetent
slrcrs can be made equal to new
.A* NY O
A  hnv
watch rej
JAM E8 ROUSSEAU,
Coluitibfnr-t.,,New Westminster.  .
The Ml Tailor
'i Columbia St., Hew Weitminiter.
—... --JWELRY of all kinds made and
repaired. All work wnrranted; charges
tnydor.ite.   Estimates given freoof charge.
^fc>Wt".niAH.: KUUS, .«sd; Mtnj
sm& Watches and Jewelry cheaper
than aay older house In II. C,
LADIES' SOLID 12 CARAT GOLD AM-
rMUOAN STEM WINDING WATCHES,
ocenmte UraekeapenLUS; usual prioe, too.
NATIONAL
HAVINO JtlBTKECEIVEDOUR NKW
Spring Stock, vte Invite Inspection of
the finest selection of
KMjrthh, HtMtm, OtTHtan, trrmrk,
mm* kmtetitmm    .
SUITINQ8!«^>»
Ever shown In Neff-WMtmlnMer. Wc
have secured Uie sen-Icon of MR. HUGH
O'HAOAN, Apructli-nl Cutler who has Iiml
long experience In I -ondon, Paris,and'tho
leading eastern cities, and for a (.1001) FIT
and artistic stylo wnlofy comn«(iMoii.,
- mh20tc   ". TKOft. WAMH.
PIONEKH
ii
WM.H, VIANfiN
HAS ALWAVi- ON  HAJlD A GOflD
1 supplyof, r
fresh ind Salt Wafer Flsb.
.   a-j—ktxx xxr amJauaoxT.
DEALER IN SKIMS AND I'ELTRIHH,
thrchinj. Will bo delivered In,any pnrt
oflhe PllJPfrfw of cllniw.     . rf-Jl.vWJ-1
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
5,000,000.
ESTABLISHED A.D. 1822.
Rates as Low as Any
■'.   Other Company.
DKTACIIKD DWKLLIK6S, } per cent.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dsclWo JLO-X-JJ*TT.
BOY WANTED.
A N   itoEWMBNT "fam WAltTfeD
A: to learn the priming business. Apply
fit Ills ofl!.'.'.
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
49-To shop lately occupied by. Mr. Darcy,
Columblastreet.
Call and examine our stock and prices
beforo buying. We can't Uo IINDKB80MI
In tbe city. Repairing nf nil kinds neatly
don* W. KtOTHERO A CO.
:'-,   ■ nelfltc
J. Q. BUNTE,
Importer nnd Dealer In
dimtft*-
Spring, Hatr. Wool and gtraw
Mattresses to Order.
Blankets, Chamber Sets, Window Shades.
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper,
flaskets. Bird Cages, Flower Pols,
Hanging Baskets, Pictures,
Frames, Brockets,
Baby Carriages, ete.
Pictures framed aud Kcpalrtng done
to order. Also, ,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. J. G. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Offlce, Columbia Street,
apl7tc NewWestminster.
J. W. H'EOKLBY
Peebles iHeckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHO STERERS
Spring and Wool Mnttrcsses and
... Bedding always oi hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
IrARGEtlT AMD BEST BTOCK OF HIK
NITIIRF. ON THE HAIHUND.
Estimates for Office and Store Fillings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by the flrin, who are now prepared to do nil'kinds of work In tlio up
holstery lino.
rlJlySIc
SUN   LIFE
OP   CANADA.
Business of 1885.—11DB Department.
Income, $319,087.05;  Increase, 811.607.-IO.
Assets, $1,411,001,3.1;   Incrcnse, tl841.607.09.
New Lifo Applications, S2-Mg.071.-18;  Increase, S707.220.S0.    . • '
. Life Policies in force, 37,930^78.77;  Increase,!61,0aB.47l.ri. |7 i /■ J        fU
44rint:\r depAbtment.'
By Introducing Its popular Unconditional Life Folicv the Sun Biiowcd Itself one
of the most libernl institutions of Its hind
In the world. It maintains this reputation by following tho samo course In Its
Accident Di-piirFinenU It offi-jra to the
public Incomparably -. *,-
-neNust Liberal, ftlrafehfforward, tn-
twhnlcal Accident Policy tm Exlsttmet,
Tlio following nre a few of tbe points of
superiority:
Fiptekn Days of Graok are allowed.
(See condition 1), No other Company In
America allows ono hour.
BoNua-slionld no claim be made fat
five years, the sixth year's assurnncewlll
be allowed free of charge, If tho age Is
under 05.-!(8cn condition 8). Very few
other Companies give this privilege.
Policies Not voided by engaging in
a moro hazardous occupation timn tlmt
assured ngalnst. For particulars see Policy. This advantage can be obtained
hardly anywhere Also.
Ukhidenc-k— More liberal conditions
than given by any other Company ln America.
R. MACAUUY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. President.
aa
A. E. IMHIE, General Agent,   i
Victoria,
JlylMU-
JOHN O. MaLEOD, Agent.
New Westminster, B. C.
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared $o do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good.workmanship,
A supply of FIXTURES, GLO#f5S,
&c> are on the way.
^"Orders may be left at
RAND BROS.
J, L. STAMFORD,
d-JlySlto
MANAOEn.
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   8MABT  BOYB WANTED AT
onco lo snil the Dully Columblnrr,
Apjlv nt Tin.omw. itsul'to
Be Morton ion!
SPENOl'8 BRIDGE, B. O.
WE BEG TO INFORM YOU THAT
™* we have leased the Morton House
at spenad's Bridge from Mr, Hurray and
that It Is newly fitted «p thd comfortably
-furnished. We would respectfully solicit
your patronage and. we promise If yon
will favor us with it to do all we can to
satisfy you. In every -respect. Mrs. Held,
who has had much experience, will attend to the culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
JcMmS., REID A NEFF.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN.
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance Honse,"fronting
on Coiumbfannd Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as tbe I
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day......
"      "  week .
Single Meals.	
Beds	
...JI 00
..6 00
...    35
...  as
»»_Good accommodation for Ladles and
families. myOtc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NUBSERYMAN1* DEALER IN
Fruit, and Ornamental frees,
Ladner'8 Landing, B. C. '
mHE SUBSCRIBER'W1BHEB TO IN-
JL form the people of British Columbia
that he bas established a Nursery mi Ladner's Landing, and  Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
4c. Trees Imported or oome grown according to the Wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training In the business, and having a
fiermanent stake ln the country It is Ills
nterest to deal fairly with the public He
-will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal Attention.	
aul2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
"BLUE STORE"
STANDARD TIME.
The only place on
the Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
rC-rAll Business Moa and Merohauti
should keep this time, as Steamboats and
Trains arrive and depart by the same.
8TIR8KY,     •
..\ WATCHMAKER,
Columbia 81., Hew West. dwautlyj
:   ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Neirljr Opposite Ite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AKD   CHOICEST
MBortm.nt of all description, ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, ud supplied to Fam.
Hies, Restaurants, and Steamboat, at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Just Opened:
COTTAGE TO RENT
IN A FjUSABAHT PART OK THE OITY.
Applyto
WOODS, TURNER * GAMBIJJ.
 qpaic
FOR SALE:
iil\  ACRES-IMPROVE!)  rARM.-
*1U     Easy Terms.  Applyto
W. (.'. McDOCOAU,,
Jnl2lc Elfin P. O.
FOR  SALE.
ONE-ItALK INTEREST IN Ihe J.AKG-
ley Saw and Pinning Mill: mill In
good order. For particulars apply on tbe
premises to ■■ U.wEBT,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, IACKSOnT
aplStc 4HELMCKEN, Victoria,
Land for Sale I
"BETWEEN TIVE AND SIX THOU-
X> sand Acres of the very best Alder-
bottom and prairie Land, In Township U,
NewWestminster District, will be mid'
In ono block or ln subdivisions to suit-
on ven' liberal terms. Apply to HENRY
MATHERS, New Westminster City, ,
 dwjlyMmiT
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm for
for sale or rent. Also. Milch Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a few young .
Horses. There are several pairs of rood
steers that would make excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls tn the province. The stock Is m\\
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mh3te Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
ln tho occupation of Capt. Grant; contains,
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable City Lols. "
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Buy. <
80 acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
74 acres of valuable Laud 2 miles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be out
APP->*  °    CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je23tc   . Land Agent, New Westminster,
FOH^SAUE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootherroadsrunnin";throiifri
the premises.   Apply to ;u,i-} *j ";'
E. A. WADHAMS,
deaatc'on      Ladner's Landinn,B.C.
For Sale!
(ON EASY TERMS)
6 tpu of Work HarsM,
10 Car Units,
6 Tei« Jlulen,
I Saddle Hones,
i joke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage Team,
1 Flaio In (ood order,
8 ilunp Carls with Iroi Ailet,
A aiMer of necorid-haad mcel
Barrowi,
I Burkeyc Mower (new),
1 Ilhlca Hay Bake.
For particulars apply to    • ■ ■ .
T. J. TRAPP,
jmyiotc Auctioneer, N. W.
Every Han to His Own Bm-lnetw
j__.   FEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
<crr OOLONUL Bonu,.-.
HEW WltS-tMlMSTlSR, B. Oj
Fkyilelant' Prdierlplloii Ud Family Recipei a Specialty.
N   B. — Only Ucnulne Drugs used.
Over twenty years'experience,    mrffl
TS HKHKin*  GIVEN that application
1   will bo ninth* lo the I ■o-tlslutlve Assembly of tho Pruviiii-o ,of Uritish ColumWHi
i atthe next session thereof, for nn Actio
! Incorporate a company for the purpose of
■ construct]nir, niuiinifliiRiuiil maintaining
Wider Works nt the irrmlnnl point of the
Canadian Pacifio Railway on Coal Harbor
 " f, nnd rot
(or       '
erlyllese of taking    r..._ 
rook, Burnaby Lake or other suitable
and KiiRllsh liny, nml for the purposes
thereof gi-nntlnir to the said company the
irlvllege of taking wntcr from Cnpllauo
joints, with power to the taid company
to build flumes, aqueducts, Iny pipes, erect
dams, ocquire lands, and do alloiher acts
and things necessnr}' for the purposes.
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September Mill, 1886.      '   dettd
AT tOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
NO. 7''o6U!StDIA;fi'tIi;BKT,
iHraiUlc    HolbriMK-ii Mrae IMIMIna.
PublicNolioe-
h f eslmiuler Mio Iky.
THE UNDHWHGNEn (THANKS TO
the kindness and pormlsslon of the
Mayor and Oity cot!ii<-Tl) two w-wkcHfB
rc-opened the fcubllo Llbr«y,»nd takes
Mils opiwrlunlty to oRbr.nn InVUMlonto
i-psitiiMit.t of New Westminster to-pay him:
a visit-, papers and Man-mines from all
(lircullons nre* received for patrons'and-
visitors, nnd more will bo added In case A
icftsonnbie support Is obtained. The
terms are r* cents rt month, •*« admtuw.ai
papers, 4c, arc, paid for in advance. Thlf. ■
will amount to about 2 cents a dny, or the
cost of one cl»nr for se-t'on,daj'slpeanlif|on
to son news from all over the world, and
elegant books which mny be changed
overy 24 hours I There is no compililon.,
about this, but those who believe In get*
ting tn ont of the win and whoenh etQqy
n decent Are will doubtless appreciate this
Institution. Ladles nnd strangein are free.
no doubtless all tho parties who believe In.,
Blue Ribbon will come forward at once
and Join this attractive aflfalr, t»lh tor
their own credit aud thatofotliers. Come
one, eome nil, ahd you will bo attended to'
bv bno who can soap -111 classes, VI*. t , '
Yours Rcspoctfutly,
HENBY1 W.-HUORKBi
New Ve-d., Aug. 8f.,18W. rtailflMt NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
..T. J. Trapp
.B. U. A. A.
Auction Sale..
Exhibition	
gailU f ritish doiuinbwn
Thursday EveiUnt. Sept. 8*. IBM.
Bulgarian afl'airs begin toapproaoh
a crisis. It is quite evident from
our despatches tliis afternoon that
the people of that principality have
become thoroughly awake to the
fact that Russia's intentions towards
them are not such as to inspire con
fidence. The deposition of Prince
Alexander by Russian influence was
a mistake, and the czar's cruel reply
to the prince's letter of submission
must have greatly intensified the
distrust and hostility of the Bulgarian people., Bulgaria should have
stood upon its dignity then. It assumes an attitude of independence
now which may precipitate thc
struggle that is surely coming.       .
Moving Forward.
There is .a very heavy freight and
passenger business all along theFra-
ser River. Three steamers are regularly running between this city
and Yale, euch making two trips a
week. 'lij addition to this the Re-.
liance frequently makes extra trips
both up and down. These steamers
seem to Hnd.all they want to handle,.
and the '"number of passengers ana
quantity of freight passing through
this city is very large. It may be
that the cheap rates no* prevailing
on the river have something to do
with this rush, but there is no doubt
the volume of trade is increasing.
During this year the amount collected for duties at this port shows a
very large increase over thesame
period of the year preceding. This,
in the face of increased imports
from eastern Canada, seems to indicate a'continuous and satisfactory
development that must be very
gratifying to all fnends of British
Columbia. It may be fairly assumed
that a good deal ofthe increased,
prosperity in this part of the country is due to the operation'of the.
Canadian Pacilic Railway. Thatcom
pany not only furnishes employment
to a large staff of, men, but in other
ways it circulates a great deal of
money''ftr-fitt province; It isbring-
ing also hundreds of people, many
of whom are staying with us and j
aiding in the development of bur'
resources, The outlook is very en-
couragingTand especially so for the
city and, distriot of New Westminster. ';"■'■ ', ' ',   ■   '■' J
Tlie Island Railway.
It is announced that the Esquimalt Jt Nanaimo Railway is to be
opened' for business to-day, and a
daily service will hereafter be maintained. The southern terminus of
the road is on the Sougish reserve,
close to the city of Victoria, Nanaimo and Victoria are practically
connected by rail. . It is proposed
to span the intervening,.water between Victoria and, Songish (Russell station) by a bridge, so that
trains may run right into the city.
The construction and opening of tliis
road are matters of considerable interest to the province. For many
years the people of Victoria especially were extremely anxious to secure the construction of this road;
but in. spito of liberal inducements
held out by the government, no one
could be found willing and able to
undertakiOJieLwork. Finally Mr.
Dunsmuir, who has certainly shown
himself, to be one of the most enter-
prisingj igen jnrjiis country, formed
a company and began in earnest to
carry out tho soheme. '■ It has been
pushed forward' with such vigor
that the directors are able to declare it open long before the time
expeoted;, .Certainly Mr. Dunsmuir is to be congratulated, and so
is his chief engineer, Mr. J. L.
Hunter, C. K., under whose professional direction the work was
laid out and brought to completion.
It remains now to be seen how
much of a success the road will be
as a means of developing the resources of the country or as a source
of revenue to its owners. All the
districts through which it passes
will experience a positive benefit inasmuch as they, will be brought
within easy reach of two large consuming centres, Victoria and Nanaimo. The result is sure to be
the extension of agricultural opera
tions' $ meet the demand, and a
consequent addition to the wealth
and development of the country.
If tho. road can lie made profitable
in the hands of any one, it ought to
be pro&tpjjjh* in' ■Mr. Dunsmuir's
hands. -. His interests in the region1
of Nanaimo aro very large, and to
liave these extensive coal mines connected by a railway of his own with
Esquimalt 4pd Victoria will enable
liim to consolidate his resources and
attain.! to an independent business
position, which otherwise might be
impossible. Mr. Dunsmuir has
ample beans at his disposal. Not
only is his own wealth large, but he
haB associated with him some gentlemen who count their capital by
millions. ■ The control of this railway and'1 the capital at its hack
places Mr. Dunsmuir in a position
where hit actions and influence muy
ncconjj'illsl-. jSn^jtl gtwd ojr.e^ilj rtwl
we hope and believe that this influence will Iw found,on the right side.
We (Wih every stniccss to the' Nn-
naimo-Esquimalt Railway that was
opened to-day, and hope it may
more than fill the expectations of
its proprietors and its friends.
Aluge Hiulgin, Toronto, writes: "1
hate bfcn a suffered 'rom Dyspepsia for
the past six years. All the remedies 1
tried proved useless, until Northrop &
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure wtis brought under iny notice. I have used two bottles with the
best results, and can with confidence recommend it to those alllictcd in like man
TJHJB! ——srjsxrjkJS,
EXHIBITION
—OF. THE—
B. C. Agricultural Associat'n
WILL  BE  HELD   AT   THE   KAIR
ilHOUN-lw, Beacon mil. on
Thursday. Friday & Saturday.
OCTOBER 7TH, tlH AND 91H.
All Exhibit* must bo entered with the
Secretary, Mr. Thomas Russell, nt the Oily .
Hall, Vlclorln, not Inter f-linn SVednosdav/j
the Bill, at 4 p.m. ilwmHOI"
AUCTION SALE!
Household Furniture!
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
1 (rom MRS. MICHAUD to nefl liy Public Auction at har Residence, Columblu
Street, near Catholic Church, ou    ■
Tuesday Next, the 5th Oct.,
At 10 o'clock a. m., the whole of hor Pur-
tor, Bedroom mul Kitchen Furniture, nll
of which is iu excellent onlor nml nearly
new, and consists of
Walnut and llon-elinlr Parlor Set,
Centre Table,     Whatnot,
Walnut Extension Dining Table,
Lounge*, Will mil anil Cnnc-srat Chain
and Kin-ken.
Walnut Iteilruom Set complete,
Double Spring MnttreM, Chamber Sets
Crib,   Tabic LamiH,   <'nrp<-(»,   ...
Parlor, Hall, Bert room A Kitchen Sloven
Weat Safe*, Tabid. Knamelletl and other kettle*, Scaler*, Wheelbarrow, Toelx,
and u vnrlety of other articles.
iWRomembor tho time — TUESDAY
MORNING NEXT, nt 10 o'clock sharp.
- T-EBHS CASH.
T. .1. TRAPP,
dseHOtd. Auction lht.
Globe House!
WM. RAE
HAS JUST ItKCJEIVEO A FINE SELECTION   OF
MEN'S  AMERICAN
FELT  HATS
FASHIONABLE HIGH CROWNS.
 ALSO-r-..
Children's and   Boys'   Plush
and Felt.      ,..;■-•
NEW BLANKETS,
QUILTSi
FLANNELS, &C.
COLUMBIA STREET,    itaoSOini
Wall Paper!
WR HAVE RECEIVED HIE LABO-
' EST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK 01'
WALL PAPER &B0RDER
Ever brought to this oity. 1'urties having houses to finish or repair cannot
afford to neglect an examination of our
Splendid stock of,
NKW&BEAIfTim PATTERNS,
tS' Our prices are lower by far than
heretofore. „ „ _■
WE  HAVE  ALSO   RECEIVED  DI-
TtECT   FKOM YOKOHAMA A
CHOICE SELECTION OF
T-ES --A-- S
Which we purchased, fpr cash from first
hands. We can ofKr unusual inducements to parties -hit-irons of securing ft
pure, fresh article of Teu.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM & CO. .
dwse27tc
PY/EMIA
ts tho most virulent form of blood-poison*
inc. Lghh Kpct'ilily filial, bllt not less certainly so, Ih the vitiation of tho blood of
whicli the first symptoms nro Pimples,
Sties, Bolls, mid Cutantoiw Ernp-
tions. WlH'U the tnint of Scrofula gives
wurniuKof its iireHenccbvBueb Indications,
no time should he lost in using Ayer's
8 a its apa kill a, thc onlv pcrfectand reliable medicine for the purification of the
blood.
SCROFULA
Is a foul corruption in tbe blood that roll
out nil the machinery of Ufe. Hotulng
will eradicate H from the RywU:m »nd pre*
vent Its transmission to offspring ont
Aykr's Sauhai'awm.a. This preparation is also the outy ono that will cleanse
tlw blood of Mercurial poison and tho
taint of Contagious Diseases. Impoverished blood hi productive of
AN/EMIA,
A wrotdml nidUion Indicated by PallM
Skin, Flaccid MuBclea, 8Jiatte-ea
Nerves, mul Melancholy. Its first
symptoms nro Weakness. Languor,
JjLosji ot Nerve Force, nnd Mental De-
lecti- ii. 1th course, unchecked, leads
Inevitably lo Insanity or death, womm
frequently suffer from lt. The onlj meul-
clno llint, wlillo purifying thc blued, en-
riches It with now vitality, ana toYlgo™**
tlio whole system, Is
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PREPARED BY
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STBEET,    .
Opp. Beglstry OfJce, New Wesl'r.
PAPER HANCINC, CUZIHC, KM.80MIH1N0, &0.
WALL~PAPER.
The lnrgest assortment of Wall Pnper
in the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on Imml at bottom prices,  snin-
Sles on view at T. R. Pcarson A Co.'s
tore, Columblu Ht.   Paper bmiglus: nt
specially low rates. dielSte
Tf mlrnt ror a Ueelue ta ent Timber mm
Dominion Lands In tbe Frovluce or
British -Toluiuhln.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
tho undersigned, mul marked "Ten*
Uer for a Timber Berth," will bo received
at this Office up to noon on Wednesdny
tho 1st day of December next, for three
timber berths of fifty s-pirire miles eneli,
more or less, numbered respectively 10,17
nud 18, sltunie ou the west side of Uie Columblu Itlvor, near Golden City Station
on thc tine of the Canndlan Pacific Rail*
way, in the Province of British Columblu.
Sketches shewing the portion, approximately, of these berths, together with the
conditions upon which they will be 11-
*-eensed,nmi the forma of tender therefor,
may be obtained at this Department or at
the Crown Timber Oflices at Winnipeg,
Calgary, N. W. T., and New Westminster,
Britisli Columbia.
..    ,,    A. JI. BURGESS,
Deputy of tho
.Minister of tlie Interior.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa', 9th Sept,, 1880. dwse20irj
D , J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell,
Sold by all Druggists: Price 91; C
,      SixbottlMforlfc
MAINLAND
J*
(Successors to W. lt. Lewis.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Imj- Stage ui Feed Ui,
Horses, Carriages ahd Stages
Supplied at all Hours.
PBIVATK HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
KEPT AT REASONABLE HATES.
STABIiES-North Stile Columbia. St '
Telephone So. IV.
OF IK,J -Opposite Bnnk ol B. C. '
dselltc Telephone No. 33*
FIRE
II
PHENIX
INSURANCE €0'Y
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
(ORGANIZED A. D. HUil)
•    $1,000,000
Losses Paid, over $23,000,000
HOP LEE
HAS    BBMOVBD    HIS    LAVNDBT
From Front Street to No. M Columbia ftt,,
opposite Thos. Ovens' Blacksmith Siiop,
wliera he will beglud tosee lila.oloflWB*
tomers. dau3l)ml
Gas Fittings!
E. 3. SCOULLAR & CO.
Are Prepared to Supply and Erect   ';
Gas Pipe,l
Gas Fixtures,
And everything ictallm* to this branch of
business.
iur Experienced and competent men
only employed, and work guaranteed
llrst-i'lnss In every respect. Prices as low
as anywhere elso.
E. 8. HCOULIiAK A CO.,
d*Jly;iltc Columbia Street. ;
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
fiuaranlee Capitol '.... SI,toO,oae
FullGoyrm'tD6pp$it
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY.
This. 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 In Canada,
It 1ms no schemes of lnturanoe, bat the
well-established lines, hence tbe policy
holders cannot be misled aa to their contracts, ..   ,
. Ite statements to the public can be readily understood, Us cush statwncnt showing every Item of income and now expen-
Ue? '
*S*THAT--2«r
WANT.
'   *    n ?JI?T7T"T?i' ;
DISTRICT OF
i-IJD^-WSHltl);,^,,,
.•■•.■•■   :.*! *iii,a
&r&e, $1.25.
mmmm-mmmsmmmmmmmmm
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
IM II, Block I, Mil, BlMk II, MM,
Bloek VI, Lol 1, Block IX, Dubdlrlalo*
& puis or District Ut No. IHJll I»l li,
■d ram.Subdivision 0, purl of
District Lot No. ■•*> nd Block il. part
or Diatrlct Ut Ko. JM-o, In tke < lljiir
Vancoaver. r.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATES OF
Title ol John Cnlllster to the nbovo-
inentloned lands havo been lost or destroyed, und application lias been made
for dupl Icatcs thereof; Notice Is therefore
hereby given tbat suoh duplicate certificates will be Issued unless causo be shewn
lo tbe contrary within ono month from
the date hereof.
B. W. ARMSTRONG,
um-atmmsX-*^"*"*-
Xew Westminster, B. C, llth Sept,, '88.
dsellml
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
fe:*7tc
/ETNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford, Conn.
CHARTERED A.D. 1810.
Cash Capital, - $4,000,000
Cash Assets, • $9,192,643
i
Policies are written in the
aboveCompanicsat NewWestminster without reference to
Victoria. |
RATE ON DETACHED DWELLIHGS, ? PERCENT
WOODS, Tl'RNKR I GAMM-K,
,'/    AtmU for New WeMmlmtrr
illty nnd llint Wet. dacDn
lis position iSHScertuinedannually from
a detailed valuation In which every item
of nubility Is included.
Its progress hoe been nne-famnled Ler
the history of insurance in'Caur
Its policies are Indisputable ftfte^thrcc
years, and non-for/ciUible after two years'
existence. -'■' '*■  ••"■i
Its profits nre distributed upon an equitable basis. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not, lessened to ulvm
larger profits to nny other class, which-
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.'
Liberal < SHtllltovs as to lesMexe »■■«
. ■' TnTcl.  I'I   v u
.1. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New Weatmlnatei
Je7-2mo-iilternftte.   ^   ^
t OHK
GENERAL
COMPLETE STOCK OF
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Clothing,
e, .        ..''"*■'   '■•!!•«*Hi
• This Map lias beeu produced at
great cost, ahd gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
aistrict'ih the Frovint*;' -'-11 ir   l>ol.
The new Map sliows the latest
surveys, tlie latest roads, the Ibe, pf.
* a-i.'B^J&Jxfciiionjii'lSj
the
BU-YWeOPY.
PUBMSHBDaYiL ■
Real  Estate, Insurance nnd
(financial Agents, '
. 'j i.[ ■. .-
»EW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
.-,. ,A!JD yiCTpKIA,
'"
FOR SALE AJ
I.R. Pearson & Co's
NEVrWESTrTMlMSTER ANO VANCOUVER. 4
aplHto
Just Received via.0.
P.Ri-onie !caW6ad df
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm bf
ot E. & d. Gurriey &
Oo. aW'Were l^eil
known to be the best
to; ileJMIII*C"IWi
ties desiring Stoves
VfiiH do well to give us
a call befbre purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room for two more
oar loads now on tne
fav-sAii'" i
I, S. 8C0ULLAR & CO.
dauli)i-..J|.J11,cqi.VMpi(ASTgEBX. „
What Pwii'mim 8»y Aiout thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption hut for some
Ulan been recognized by Medical Men to
be the most slmphi.and efteotual mt'uns
of eonveylng to Diseased Otgnus, "Curatives." hut in cases or Kidney niwnso and
>y W. R. Lewi^t and the Vacifie Ou-
'Aige Works, carried on by Johnstone k
Smith, we are prepared to manufacture
aUkindl'of''1 ",;r mim 'r'{'"    "'
.. ,      -lUWef
Complaints attendant thereoi
treatmentwUs pia«tleably Jut
til thig)gftndijetTqn'«f
AT COST OR LESS:
IfyouwantBar^in?,,.
OAtL EARLY
iW-jlyHIW
 -,-.-,.„ . rrrKidncy
Pad. It costtt less than a single presnrlp*
Uon and is linmewmrably tnorr rffwWw
am effeetivtt tluta «»•/ qtutntity of internal
Mndlelnal lUsxiny. worn Immediately over
tlieHeatofDlenusnJt-l euvallvepi-operlles
becumii absorbed by the diseased nud *n>
tielr
.,  Km„_
lit nnd pleasant In its
dorlginfiivlBdiir,   Itl"com-
 n ^ j . . -     -
feebledOrgHiis.tiontitiuQusly and directly,
uut re<|iilreil tu li--iiire hi \,\t\\i'\) Ihi>lr healthy liKtlon and origin- -1'-**-'-*-   h ■ ■
fortable to t|i« |wtlei
i-nV'cts, ami eiires wbcrl notlilna else can,
The Starr Kidney I'ad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A moro valuable
discovery ns a truo'remedy for Kidney
D.seases was never m»ile.~ AtedlculGutcW
Tke Itarr IMdney l'aU, tnunafncturad
In Tontntt/Jf-tij uermgnonl. sun euro tor
diseas^lUrflfA and nllmchfe of tho
Kidneys, Bladder and Urlnnry secret I vo
j-yatetri, or nttendinit complaint*-, causing
pain In tlie small of Hie buck, hides, etc.,
nroiluclnn Ui-lnnry llinnfdci-«,|nr,li im too
frequent, scanty,'dlfflenti; piitnfnl or eftpl-
nus micturition, Inabllityof retention and
Ht-dlmenfni-y mine, dnipsit*al symptoms,
etc., denoting tlio presence in tlm system
tlio hlndder ii ml passages, llrlght's disease,
-.diabetes- dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
•etc. Honil for pamphlet to LANflT.EY A
CO., W-lioltsali! Aments, Viotoria. Ketatl*
oil by A. M. HERRING and D. H. CURTIB
EU.*f'rt.,V'ill"niivi'"    '   'IlPMIfi
VICTOR PERPETUAL
Hay BaUmg Press!
REID & CURRIE
'"' 'f^-OP THE--—    '' '
PACIFIC GARR1A0E WORKS
IT AVE PURCHASED THE HOLE
XI right to manufacture these celebrated Hay Balling Presses In theProvincoof
British Columhla, and are now manufacturing thom at their manufactory, Coium*
bla.SL, New Westminster. Farmcrsand
others interested are advised to call and
see these presses before purchasing else*
whero. They hnve no equal for economy,
simplicity^-and efficiency.
With this Press there is nocllmblngup
mm! tramping lu the hay and climbing
Tftiwn again und pulling out the bale, as
with the old-style presses. ^Everythlhr Is
done on the level ground,
the team to tie the bate.
You don't stop
The hale is dis
charged automatically, and moves itself
ou to a platform scale to bo weighed t
ft Is the cheapest Press, besides being
the best;, ka every farmer oan aftiird to
have one of his own, and It will save him
(tswortli In one season by reducing tha
high rates of freight to a minimum, add
by avoiding loss of time nnd vexation
when you want to be bailing hay.   •
'■■:-   REtD&CU-RRIE''-
,.-,.. .-.;,     dwseStc
•L
JNO. BEID.
WM. CURRIB,
PAClM
COLUMBIA STBEET.
New Westminster, B. C.
H
i-W& PUROT^BD the ^jwk.
smithing business lately carried on
Carriages,
^rS
-inn:)
':■•: >
ijiint, i
Drays, GftPts,
^nrjj.j.stageSi'^'-,'^
And everything in the vehicle liu e
on tho. aJiqrteat notice,and »t reasonable prices.
. We also keep iu ^tock the abovo
krticlcs, and all kinds of Wagon
and Oarrirge Materia),       '   '
Repairing, PaldttiiK ft Trimming done at reaidnable pricea.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all ill branches. Farmers', Log
gen', Mill and Contract Work, and
Ilorinhoeing undertaken, Agricultural Implement*, and evei^rthing
in the blacksmith liar made to order,
. We alao keep in atook to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland j
Goal, Chain, Horae and Ox Shoes,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Har-
rows, Spring!, Axle's, and ii complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.     ,.
Hnving eeoured first-class work',
men, sire feel confident of giving satisfaction.   !",.'!'• Mr');       ■ • /■'■.;:-'
All material and work leaving
ithe shop will be guaranteed first,
class. Orders from the oountry
■MraptW attended to.   -
;;^t*i^fi-iUifiiR
Hi
TWO   BMAl'",'. IfOYK  WANJlEP, AT
oiltolSTolT tile ^nsll.* l-nlnMIUaif.
Apylvsl Tills f,-\e^-, II*	
HA.VIN.|3f PUR-
chased the stock
ofHapdwarejPaints,
Oils, &C, of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VEBf
GREAT INDUCE-*
M>EN:T:S;;.1ftv;rthis;'
branch bit ihe Busi*
ness-which we tfft^t
#ill secure the patronage blthose resid- V
ing on the Maih^iid,
We have bought a
large and well-select- i
ed stock;of;;Shelf;;
nyM^u^'jiM*^.
ejistcrn1 markets FOR
CASH,rwnich we ex-*!
!M60^^!^|t'A^
few^d-am *^#"-1;oUi"';i
assortment will fre,
we consider,, second
to rijoiie ifl, |h^icbi|iu--:
try, and will be5 found
complete ini all ilthe
following; branches:■
General a-nd^ Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colore, Boiled 4 few
Linseed Oil [English
and Affietican], Dry
Colors in all .lands,
Wall Paper and Wm-
dow Blinds, Oaktmv
Pitch, 0iaiit, Blasting
aiid Spdrting Gun^;
Powder- Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, ', White-wash,
Scrit^ijg,: Jl^rJI','
Dand-/ and W "
and a full ■ line
Table.; M'Ebcifet
.1
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rirl
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We purpose doing
aCASHBCBINESS
ed tOi,us wilt be subject to a cash dis-
pountrof 5 per cent.:
--pour motto being,
Quiek< Returns."
ThsnitiBK ;m.f^tlkiwi?i!i iri
tUIr tn tbe -liberal -wlroiige nJOTj
aceortM lo m in Hie past, wa ui]
trust bjr strict attention te *-
basin^s tts merit a coallna- "j
.ameeoriiiesiaiibe?.';.,,'' ij"^ S,,Tril
wi   Ui
tin.   iiriolssiiiiwi"! rii.jJicleJijL'i.n)
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COMMISSIONS Ui THE OOUMTRX '.,■■' I
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THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
Biitish Columbia Stationery and Piiiht.no Co.
At the Company'fi Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia 8t,
Delivered In the City dally.. .25o. per week
Mailed dally, one year $10.00
Mailed dally, six months   5.50
smmwli^WtSexi- 'n.
Tn,»sle»»Advirtlse»i™is.-FlrstlDser-
tton, 10 ets. per line solid nonpareil; eaeli
subsequent consecutlvolnsertfon,2ets. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 ots. per line eaoh Insertion,
Staldlu Adver*Heiue»ls.-Regular
Business rm Smfosrjlojiil Advertisements
will t.e ^l^r-|-nflW»«,|-*l».h.
Kl per month; 7 Inr* w!% col. $b\my% col.
•».75; 1 co). $16. If Inserted for less limn 3
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Smelal Retires among reading matter,
20 ots. per line each insertion. Specials
calling attention to advortlsemonls, 10cts.
per line.
i Blrtbs,MurriagesandDeaths,Sl for eaoh
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, fiO ets. eaeli 1 hsortlon. " I H ■ J '■
Asietlon Bales, whon displayed,ohargod
% per cent, less than transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN1
Issued every Saturday Morning.
Delivered In the City, per year........ t&OO
tailed, per year •iMaf *>f*rFT't» *LH
Mailed, «montha...*.....;.J.i.wi...j-.Et*
wiuiv aminiim satii.
Tra«sle»tAdvertlse«enls.-FllJsJ;lnscr-
Lton, 10etc (qf JI" •°Ili* nonpareil; sub-
iequent,MlmChS,6ctfl.J)erlliie. A
Standing Adverllseme»ls.-For 1 Inch,
il.00 per month; 21ns. J2 perm.; sins. t2.U0
ier m.; 1 col. 112.75 per m. II Inserted for
ess than S mos. 10 per cent, will be addedr
l these rates. ,-J*y '*
apecial notices among reading matter,
i ots. per line eaoh Insertion.
Cats must be all metal,and for large cuts
,n extra rate will be chargjd. .-Kb jidvt,
nserted In either MwTOtt?*)iA"-fl.
ttil-gJBritifh Columbian
Tkuaday Evening, Sept. St. last.
For Sale 1000 J-barrels and Uleajloap,
Apply at this office. aplOtc
The curse of journalism in Canada
to-day issubservieiieiri-^JVwiitoi tVprld.
The tea ship Zoroya has finished unloading and another vessel ia expected
Pall 'ati-TVin-tet 'Millinery, direct
'rom London, now opening at James
Bllard & Co's.             drftc
Por Sale—Hotel doing a „....,.,   .
rasiaess: cheap. ■   Apply   at'Woods,
r-tffliiSk' ''•■■■■'   ' -jHtt''
Curner
It is said the O. It, & N. Com»ny's
jteamors will pass into the hands of
he Northern Pacific next month. :■.,[
In the absence of Messrs. Corbould
fcMoColl from the city, Messrs. Black
Woods will conduct the business of
he firm. —
It is reported that Mr. Trutch will
ease to act as ageut for the Dominion
loverninent in this province 'after* io
jorrow.
UntrimmoaHaU and , 	
hors, Flc*Mj"»in»iTlps'.Ai|,
kc., for Fall and Winter wear, at Jas.
illord & Co's. d»e23tc
Mantles, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots,
liters, Capes aud Jackets, for LadieSj
uses and Children, in the latest M
id Win^r. styles, at James Ellard A
Jo's. dse23tc
The only objection we have heard
the railway so far was that of a
nail boy who aaid he undentood
lore  was . to bo. a switch connected
ThreflihmenBeiron columns wetgh-
ig 3000 lbs. each, were placed in posi-
on in the gasometer to-day. Three
lore will arrive froni Victoria to-
jorrow. gpOl     "
Thirty tons eastern freight for this
ty was. ")t<*«ht down-, from Port
ammSiliWlilghtrky the Tosemite.
. considerable quantify also went to
'ietoria,.   .: !,... tUssu - ■ >'; >
Before deciding on the plan of jov/s
ew house look over the latest architec-
ural designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKon-
le St., and combine economy with utility
nd beauty, ilw-sel3tc
An Knglish railway porter, whose
rages were nineteen shillings per
reek, hai. just died and left a $20,000
T   *M-WlW!'*ftl«'of''Itiillr,Wm
The Chicago excursionists who left
this, city for Victoria last Tuesday
morning passed a resolution expressing
the?pleasure they had enjoyed*.on the
' trip. The resolution was headed, "Str.
Yosemite off| Vancouver," It, must
have been a goroil; way off Vancouver
nt the. time,
The report circulated some time ago
that a constable's horse had been killed
at Granite Creek by cowboys had no
foundation. Some weeks ago Indians
drove off two hoises belonging to tho
constables there but the animals were
subsequently recovered, and the story
doubtless hod its origin in this coitnec-
. tipii. :
vaii i        ■=****•
Mr W. R. Lazier, bailiff, etc, Belleville, writes: "I find Dr. Thomas Electric Oil the best medicine I have 'ever
used in my stable. I have used it for
bruises, scratches, wind puffs and cuts,
and in every case it gave the best satisfaction..,, )Ve use it as a household' remedy for Wefts; colds, etc., and It fa ayer-
feet panacea, It will remove warts by
paring then! down and applying It occasionally."
r\£i *   - ■
Thb Railway Wis*-:—A traiu
came into the eity last evening and
switched off two ' hoarding cars with
the men on, beard .who are. putting . up
the railway telegraph line; The
branch wire Is now going up.
'     ♦ '' '
Customs.- For the month of September, ending-to-day, the collections
at this port were: Customs, |H,-
9V5;92;;oth«r revenues, 1104.02; total,
816,079.04. Fo» the same month last
year, $8,108.68; increaso, $6,881.36.
 »*-* -—-
Thb BB^K9H.TIAbPut two-thirds of
the branch, is ballasted. . Thework
had odvaticedJ. ta Senator Mclnnes'.
ranch yesterday., .The steam shovel
has beon discarded at the gravel pit
aiid a large force of Chinese is now
doing the work.
■J*—.,'. ■. ■: ■■ J**.,-,-- '■ : . 1 .-;■■  |
Acknowledgment,— The board of
management of Royal Columbian hospital acknowledge with thanks the receipt of $24.26 fnim Mr. Hugh Boyd,
collected at the North Arm settlement,
Fraser river., Also $36 from Holy
Trinity church, being proceeds of the
harvest home festival,       ' ' !i
urplur
sssengers.
The-onduDtitil pressure: per squ*e
oot with the wind blowing ,at ,20.,3d,
0, 60, 00, 70, and 80 miles \*i'W'iir'
i respectively 2, 4J, 8,121,18,26, and
24 pounds.
In addition to ouf jiow stock of spring
cods we have Opened an Invoice ol
Magonsls, West of England Broadcloths
aw want
ger. ap21to
Sir John ia said to have warned aev-
ralof his confidential'friends' to bo
repared for a general Dominion oleo-
on if tha Quebec government Is '46s-
kined at the coming provinoial dec-
on. .BJOJiBfHOH ,J',ii;.;iil
Tlie tenacity with which people abide
y their early faith In Ayer'a 8«rsap*-H-
can only be explained by the fact that
ia thUISetsS Uood its-Heine ever nscd,
id Is not approached in excellence by
ny new candidate for public fsweft'   M
From an advertisement in another
alumni' wIMbekeen that the annual
hibition of the British Oolumbia
gricultural "Ippiaty m-if at ,Vi«t-iria
ext Thursday. Exhibits must be en-
irednot Ister than Wednesday, the
th.
Mr. Zhinderajahcarlohbiinbiirree, a
[indoo, reposes in the Louisville gaol
ith a charge oltUunkennesngainst
im. A single policeman escorted the
istinguished foreigner **»('
ut it required two patrol
ring in his name.
The owners of the enjoined property
rtween Port Moody and Vancouver
ZlsW^SSS®
11 settle. The total sum, according
the -We-**, wlri-liv's asked toibe pslJ
irthelaud^f2|Q,(*l*p,,r.ol,,,,Wl,tY
Reports from Metlakahtla state that
'*. Tuck has made iiu progress with
I survey, as the Indians are constant-
interfM^^i^-rdspjwratioii-ij,.! Ity
 jraista. in his, efforts, however, and
iclai^-Sfi^hllfoMd'WlVertll" ***'
if it Tuck all summer to do it... i
When symptoms ol malaria appear lu
iy form, take Avar's Ague Cure st ouce,
*■ pr.v*»0& i<M$m&^lY
id continue until health Is restored, as
surely will -j-*--(|sj-<t|i-s ua* <*| *hs>**«n-
A cure Is warranted In every in
j.. Ldubbr Shimibnt^—-The Bojid
City Planing Mills Co. will- ship tonight from tho mill over the branch
railway one oar load of doors snd windows and five cars of lumber. Their
shipments are consigned to various
stations .along the line as far enst aa,
CWgary, and some of it goes u far as
Montreal.   This is the first shipment
:«v,«r the branoh line, and it is an event,
worthy of being recorded.
Beautiful
views 'l«'TB
»»-*,0   .BT   ,taHtt)mlfs't7    ^M*'*1^,
To Be Handed.—It will be seen by
reference to our^morning despatches
that the imperial authorities refuse to
interfere in Sproule's behalf and the
sentence.of (feathimunt be carried out.
The Bcuffold has' been erected and all
necessary arrangements made for the
execution to,morrow morning. ... -
.*J .t Tt'BUi', r.,'.-'. .
A Important Tbassfbb.—An arrangement has, been consummated
whereby the Dominion government
telegraph and signal service in this
province will be transferred.to the
Canadian Pacific Railway to-morrow.
We are glad to know that the old staff
will be retained by the company.
SEIZBB.TT-A trfiuli of jewelry,, sapi'
pies whioh is valued at $3,000 has
boon seised by. the customs authorities
at Victoria. The trunk was the property of a commercial traveler representing the house of Julius Newman,
Ssn Francisco, and', who values them
at $676. Tho matter has been referred to Ottawa.
An Indian Outlaw.—The report
comes from Granite Creek of an Indian who in wioked deeds outrivals
his contemporary tho Chilcotin outlaw. Recently he killed a brother
Indian ih a quarrel at Granite Creek,
and this is said, to be the -eighth victim of his knife. Ho fled to tlie mountains, and has thus escaped the vengeance of the murdered man's friends
and the officers of the law. It is conceded that it would be somewhat of a
dangerous and difficult.' business to
hunt him down in the mountains, aud
this, ns in the Chilcotin case, will
probably save his neck.
A Noted Lectdkek Coming.—The
Rev. T. Bowman Stephenson, LL. D.,
of London, England, the representative of the Britiih Wesleyan conference to the general conference of ther
Methodist church at its recent session
in Toronto, is on his way to this province. Dr. Stephenson, who hss the
reputation of being a very eloquent
speaker, will deliver a lecture in the
Methodist church in this city on the
evening of Thursday, the 7th proximo;
subject, "Tweuty Years Amid the
Sins and, Sorrows of Child Life in
London." Dr. Stephenson will lecture in Victoria on tlu Sunday following- ■■ ■ ■    i  ■ '
Personal.
MissAuguBtaOranthasreturnedfruin
a visit to friends in Chilliwhack.
Mr. Picken, of the Vancouver Herald, came down on the Reliance to-day.
Mr. Horatio Webb and family, of
Chilliwhack, left yesterday for the old
country. They will probably be away
about 12 months.
Opening of the Island Railway.
Special Dispatch.
Nakamo, Sept. SO.—The first
through passenger train on the Esqui-
malt-Nnnaimo Ry. arrived here on time
at 11:40 this a. m., bringing about 30
passengers and the mail. The fare
from here to Victoria is $3, The train
left on time for Victoria at 2 p. in.
ii Mrs. Bsrnhart, cor. Pratt and Broad-,
way, has been a sufferer for twelve years
through rheumatism, and has tried every
remedy she could hear of, but' received
no benefit until she tried Dr. Thomas'
Electic .-Oil; sho saya she cannot express
the satisfaction she feels at haying her
pain entirely removed and her rheumatism cured. There are base imitations of
this medicine for sale; see that you get
Dr. Thomas' Eleotric Oil.
IftmniKHi. — Messrs.
Kelly Bros.i propretors of the West
End bakery, announce that thev have
■*- rhased the bakery lately owned by
Cimble oir Colnmbia street, «n»
will keep both places open. They
will bIso keep on band* gitcid stack of
groceries. These enterprising ytiuug
men deserve te'succeed.    '
Attention.—Thirty days hath September (so remarked an old -Met), and
that is all. To-morrow vfill be the
first of October, and that ia the day
aU_memben' should oall (after 12
* ■""" ik) and pay 60 cts. in advance to
.. irt the Publio Library, as viellas
Henry W. Hughes, the .librarian'.
This will savo the latter the trouble of
wearing ont his Sunday boots in looking. after members who are never in
when wanted. .,   , ♦
Salmon Pack for 1886.—The salmon paok at Cbok's Inlet, Alaska, li
pit down at;30,bo0 cases, and forth,
whole territory of Alaska/ 130,000
eases, The latest San Francisco estimate of the ooast for 1880 is as follows: Oolumbia river, 470,000 cases;
other Oregon rivers, 16,000; British
Columbia. 126,000'; Alaska, 130,000;
California, .40,000; total, 706,000. It
is a little abuvo the actual figures,
though not much.
"'iloBTH^TOHTO1 bSkitlSrib**.—
We understand that the O. R. ifc-N.
company's steamer Issbel is about
ready for bus 'ness, but that she will
not be.pieced 'iin the . route between
here and VietoVla before tho 12th of
ixfil month. It,i< inofe thai* i likely
that the Northern Pacific will thus
give ns direct erainutiication with Ks
line before the 0. p. R., a benefit
whioh the poople Hot only of, the city
but nf the district will not fail to appreciate. ,! '■■ ■ -■' '■■ "
——_— ...	
i;l :Tii«i_-JosiiTAii1--J>)N| will bf seeu
from an advertisement in another column, that the management of the
RoyalO'lotabfsn Hospital appeals, to
.the public frrf assistance so at to eYis-
Vle the hospital to meet the increased
(dvuiuiitls made upon - it. It is now
three yei)rs sifice a public subscription
has been cifcdlUejl for this institution, and wo'lliirre the:responte will be
so libernl ss to placs a most worthy
institution beyond the reach of liiiau-
clal embarrassment.
rhotO,
»..rJiic panoramic
umbla, 7S ets. per
*Oo.'s. '
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Special tt the Colnmtilali.
Marbleiiead, Sept. 30.—The wiud is
light and from north eut. - The yachts
will not race to-day. At 9 o'clook Capt.
Stipe boarded the Mayflower, hex, colors
were hauled down and she wm -bnt of
commission. The sails were set and a
few minutes later ahe sailed out of the
harbor. The race between the Mayflower
and Galatea is now supposod to be off for
good.
Newhavkn, Conn., Sept. 30.—At
iQ:l0 this morning telegraph operators at
IR-antfard and Bridgeport reported that
alight BhooV* had inst Men felt at theso
plaoea. At Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing
machine works in Bridgeport the shock
-Mr distinctly folt, windows of the shop
being severely rattled. .
8 B&antfohd, Ont., Sept. 30.--Andrew
tneas, colored, died here this morning
at tho supposed age of 128 yemn. He
was born Ui slavery in Tsnnessee, and
was Gen. Jackson's servant,
...Sofia, Sept. 30.—Gen. Kaulbars today received a deputation of prominent
Bulgarians who called upon him to en*
deavor to induce him to withdraw or
modify his circular. Tbe deputation wm
composed of 114 of the most respected
and inSuential]citizeus of the principality,
lieued by Dr. Vaulticheff who acted as
spokesman. , He stated to Gen. Kwtlbar?
that th« oircnlar had surprised the Bnl*
garian people and asked him to reconsider
t-o.no of Russia's demands, uarticularly
that for tha postponmeiit of the elections.
for two montns. Thb nation was anxious'
to speedily sottle the choice of the Prince
to occupy the Bulgarian throne, in addition to that modification the Dr. aaid:
People desired Russia to. withdraw her
demand for th* immediate raiaiug ofth-^
state seige, also the demand for the instant release of prisoners,in custody for
(Wmplioity in the coup i/Wnl. The obu-
tinuance of a state of seige was the only
guarantee the Government had. for tho
preservation of peace which the rest of
Europe desired as well as the Bulgarians.
The Bulgarians believing that the Czar
had no O-uiro to prolong lhe crisis begged
Geu. Kailban to tolagraph to him to
-huten the choice ot a Prince; The constitution stipulated that a grand sobranje
elected to select a ruler Ihould meet within one month after the elections. In regard to the liberation of political prisoners Dr. Vaullieheff said, " it ia a dangerous precedent to establish to liberate
without trial or punishment those responsible for such momentous acta as the
deposition and kidnapping of Prince
Alexander, beeidea being contrary to
the laws whioh are the aafeguar^i of the
country. Moreover, if prisoners wen
released aa demanded the probability
was that the people would kill them in
the streets.,. Such was the popular Indignation against the imprisoned men... In
conclusion the deputation assured Gen.
Kanlbrvrs that Bulgaria waa thankful
to fcho Ciar for hii post protection but
maintained that the laws uf tho country must be respected. No 'other
-ministry than that at present could extricate the country from ita present
crisis." Gen. Knulliara said in reply,
Bulgarians knew very well that the
Czar had thoir prosperity at heart, but
ho added, -'they muat confide in the
Geirand oatry ont'his vVislioBi" Dr.
Vaultioheff interrupted Gen. Kaulbars
ut this point, saying: "If tliat jb all
you have to say wo will retire," The
deputation then withdrew. m
Wahhinuton, So|)t. 30,—The President to-day appointed Quincy A,
Brooks to be a colloctor of customs for
tho district of Puget Sound. ,'
Charleston, Sopt. tiO.—The weather to-day is cloudy nnd cool, threakm-
ingrain. There has been nr) earth-
mittkohero since 10 o'clock ^ut^day.
Several persons sny thero were two
slight tremors this morning1 about 0
o'tlocklmt these roimrts have not been
verified.
New York, Sept. 30 —It is said
that the shocks felt in Westchester
county and portions of eastern Connecticut this morning wero duo to an
explosion of dynamite at Bayche-*ter,
on the Westchester coast.
New York, Sept. .30.— A terrifio
explosion occurred at tho Dilmei- Powder works, Buychoatur, on the Harlem
river branch of , the New York and
Fow Haven railroad at 10 o'clock this
morning, resulting iw the instant death
of four men employed in the .factory.
The explosion occurred in the packinghouse, a one-stoiy frame building, 20x
30 feet, in the centre* of the grounds
aud about 200 yards from the main
factory, tn a large building near the
water, where the bulk of the giant
powder and nitro-glycerine used for
the new aqueduct works ia manufactured, men were hard at work putting
up and packing.cartridgOB wheu suddenly and without warning the explosion occurred, shuttering the building
to splinters uud blowing four men to
fragments, exploding the powder, of
which there was a large quantity,
The men were shot up into the air as
high as fifty feet, and splinters of the
building blown over a milo distant.
Nothing is left of the victims except
fragments of their bodies. Legs, arms,
nieces of skulls, backbones and charred
nits of flesh are scattered in every
direction from five to six hundred feet
from the packing house. Max Cruger,
ttreinan of the works, says the explosion was oaused by two men shooting
into the building. Ho was in the
piieking house at the time, and coming out found two men who said they
were shooting squirrels. He ssys he
threatened them with arrest, when
they became impudent. When the
explosion occurred the men were seen
hurrying away. A large tree near by
was torn up by the roots and the
branches of other trees were blown off.
The ground around for half a mile was
strewn with fragments of the dead,
splinters, packing' papers, etc. The
violence of the explosion shook houses
and shattered windows miles away
This is the second explosion that has
occurred iu these works this year.
Pesth, Sept. 30.—Prime Minister
Teases, replying on behalf of the government to interpolations in the lower
house of the Hungarian parliament,
aat.4. Austro-Hungary intended to prevent any single power from establishing n protectorate oyer Bulgarin.
" We want independence among the
Balkan states," be continued, " without hurting any courteous designs toward any of thum. No community of
interest exists in the Balkans. The
Austro-Geroinn alliance continues
guarding the mutual conditions of existence without endangering the peace.
AuBtro-Hungary will not allow any
single power to make armed interference in Bulgaria. Austro-Hungary
earnestly intends following this policy
, during these critical times-."
Sofia, Sept.—The Bulgarian ministry have decided to postpone their
reply to Russia's note demanding aa a
condition uf the czar's protection the
raising of the state of siege, the liberation of political prisoners,and the freedom of all parties te voto in the election for . members of the grand sabranje .which is to choose a new
prince. The ministry are not willing
to flatly refuse Russia's demands, and
have resolved to dispute them and to
instruct someone to etitor into negotiations with Gen. Kaulbars with a view
to finding some other method of settlement between Russia and Bulgaria.
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Leslie's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from .the purest drugs, and
from those only which ate known to act
upon the Generative Organs in Females.
Tney are first enclosed in au air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain thsir full strength for years in any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Herring ft D. S. Curtis ft Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley, Ladner's Landing; H. McDowell ft Co., Vancouver; Piinbury ft Co., Nanaimo; T,'
Pickard, Denman Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus; R. B. Richardson,
Cowichan; Langley ft Co., wholesale
agents, Victoria. ; dwse28yl
 »■♦ -»	
Mra. George M. Pullman, wife of
the. palace-ctp millionaire, travels in a
train of four private cars—one a drawing room, fiir reception and reading
purpose*," with easy chairs, lounges,
piano, etc.; another a dining car,
equally elegant; another a sleeping car,
perfect in its appointments; and another for th« socommodatinn of six
blooded trotters and carriage horses.
*. ■ *•»-*»-	
The uew;Iyish Viceroy lias a right to
be angry. At a recent banquet the
Earl uf Carnarvon said that " In theso
days clergymen were expected to havo
the wisdom and learning of a Jeremy
Taylor." The next day n newspaper
reported liim to have said :—" In these
days clergymen were expected to have
the wisdom and learning of a journey*
man tailor."
There ia 'nothing equal to Mother
Graves' Worm Kxterminator for destroying worms. No article of its kind has
given such satisfaction.
.. ,-  - I ---
FALDING.-On Octobor 8Mb, tho wife of
W. H. Falding of a son.
Holloway's Corn Cure ia the medicine
to remove all kinds of corns and warts,
and only costs the small sum of twenty-
five cents.
Wholesale fllty Market.
Beef,     per 100 lbs. ..*7 00 @ «8 OG
P&rk "  7M(<| ooo
Mutton      "         8 raw noo
Hidestgr'nj" 8 Wtis 0 00
Potatoes    "         1 25 ta l r-o
Turnips    ■ J'      .   - (.»■ 0 50 (<j 0 75
Carrots       -'       , ,....*. 0 M« 1 00
Parsnip1-    » ; 1 0fl(S 125
Doeht     .    fi         1 OOfi* - 26
CuubnffO      "   1 000  * 25
Onlohs        "  2 000 .1 00
Apples        «  •»'.  ir-0|l 75
Peiire 1       "  oooc. ooo
M'lieal*   '  <•', i..l6QM' 1 75
Oats ."   Ifi0<ft  1 7ft
Pons   ,      -» .1 IMG?  175
Hay, '    nor ton   12 on o; in id)
Buttor (rolls) perm 0 25® 0 30
QheoHc, "    0 181 0 10
Emits,   -  per dor. o as et u :»
q«pse,       ca-Mi   ' ...\i„,..'.,.. 1 50 m 175
Ducks "  OlMiyi 0 25
Ghlukens, per pair..... 0 7"*(iu IW)
Turkityspperll)  0 20M 0 25
Onlwoncl (retail) per curd. 3 004*3 50
■ Canadian Psalter nnd Hymnal, with
tunes (for Tresbyterian Church), at T,
K Pearson & Co.'s, New Westminster
and Granville. *
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree,
incuts.of Sale, and blank forms of all
ktnda, at T. K. Pearson ft Co's,        *
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Persons who Buffer from Indigestion
can arrest tho progress of thst painful
maladv by the use of an after-dinner
pill, so composed that It will give tone
to tho stomach, prevent heartburn, rouso
tho liver to healthful action, Invigorate
tho kidneys, nnd thue, through tho activity
of theso organs, promote the natural
movement of tho stomach and bowels.
Aykh's Pills aro so compounded that
their action, though mild, effectually produces the above results. They also, In
curing Constipation, remove tho cause of
Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney l)ls-
case, ltheumat ism, and many other serious
ailments.
AYER'S PUIS
contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, and do not gripe unless tbe
bowels nro Irritated, and even then tboir
influenco is healing, To contlnuo their
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need only be taken In diminishing lnsteaa
of increasing doses. For seamen, snd Inhabitants or travelers in spsrsely settled
countries whero physicians nro not at
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Thoro Is hardly a sickness they will not
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promptly. To young sjlrls Just entering
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Ayer's Fills, In moderate doses, merely
sufficient to ensuro regular action of the
bowels, will bo found of
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THE WEST sm«E FOR SEPTEMBER.
-Tlie Great mutated British Coins-
■•la Edition. A noi snppljr »w on kaad
at T. ■.Pearson Ac's., sole agents to
tlie Mainland, at IS eta. cask. tc
A new map of British Columbia just
issued by the government, for sale at
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A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
woeived at T. R. Pearson ftCo.'e  ool7to
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
O ery Sundny at 11 a. u. and 7 p. h. In
tne Church, St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats tree, all nro cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2.30 P. V.
(fe28tc)
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rov. O. Watoon, Pastor. Services at
m, and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Clnss 2iS0 p.m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited.' - ...     je7-tc.
CIIDRCII OP ENGLAND, St. Mary's,
Sapperton. Services, Sundays, 10.30
n. in., nnd 3.30 p.m. Thursdays, 7.3tlp. m.
Dally,lon. m., 6p. ra. Holy Coramnnlon,
Sundays, 7 a.m., except 2nd Sunday In the
month.  All seats free. mhSWto
p APTIST CHURCH, Rov. Robt. Len-
J-J nie pastor; meets In tho Court House.
Belrvices at 11 A. u. and 7 p. x. Sabbath
School and Bible Class at 2.30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock.
Strungcw cordially Invited. apl8to
A UNION LODGE No. «, A. F.
*t A* HI.— The regular Communications of this Lodge are
held on the Hist Monday In eaeh
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attcud D.WILSON,    .
fe28-te •        Secretary.
PRIVATE BOARD.
BOARD MAV BE HAD IN A PRIVATE
. Family—third door above Mr. Lewis'
llhicksinilh Shop.
dseJJSwl        MRS, J
. J. A. MCDONALD.
asroTiOB.
TMJRINa MY ABSENCE FROJI THE
1/ Province, my son, T. J. Armstrong,
holds my power of attorney nnd holds my
appointment a, Deputy shcrllt".
W. J. ARM8TR0NO.
July 13th, 18811. 'lyHraS
TURNBULL & PROPHET,
Contractors
'    ,  AND——
Builders.
Jobbing or all Kinds Promptly
Attended to.
ESTIMATES fURKISHED ON THE SHORTEST
NOTICE.
ADDBESS-MoKenzie Btreet, next to Drill
CHANCE OF TIME TABLE.
STEAMEE
"GLADYS"
TTNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE WILL
'U    mako regular trips
TO TALK AND WAT F0BTS,
Leaving New Westmlnsteron
MONDAYS nnd THURSDAYS
At 7 ni in. . Returning on Wednosdays
aud Saturdays
JlySlto
CAPT. INSLEY, Master.
Cancellation of Reserve
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat the
Kf serve plAced upon Section 4, Block
4 North, Bnntte7 West, hns been cancelled,
and that three months from the dnte
hereof the lnnd will bo open to purehnde,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Irfinds A Works.
Lands and Works Department-,
Victoria, B. C, Sept. lst, 1880.    dse4ml
TO THE PUBLIC
OWING TO THK LARGE IN-
urease in ttie mtmtier of patients
received at tlie Royal Columbian Hospital, Now Westminster, during tho last
year, tlio Board of Directors find it necessary to appeal to the publio for assistance. In viow ot the fact tltat the disbursements for tlie last six months have
been iu excess of the revenue, aud that no
Sublic -subscriptions have been solicited
uring the past three years, the Board
are compelled to make this appeal,
Mr, W. H< Keary will personally canvass for subscriptions,
G, E. CORBOULD,
President.
New West., Sept, 28,1880.   dwse2ftm2
IrTIEJW   I-ALL
DRY GOODS
OPENING   DAILY.
D. Drysdale & Co.
73 COLUMBIA STREET,
drnuMtc New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.
TRIMMED ft UNTRIMMED HATS ft BONNETS,
In Straw, Chip, Felt, Plush, ftc.
FEATHERS, AIGRETTES, WINQS, FLOWERS, ORNAMENS.
MANTLES, DOLMANS, JACKETS, FUR CAPES, PALETOTS,
' In all the Latest Styles, Colors and Materials.
Ladies' and Children's Neckwear,
,'"„ A Grand Assortment; prices vety low.
Ladies Jerseys, a pine assortment.
Beehive, Berlin, Zephyr A Orewell Wools.
Black & Colored Fur Trimming, JN all wiwhs.
A large Stock of TWEEDS ^or Men's A Boys' wear—splendid value.
A fine Stoek of DRE8S GOODS to f°,l6w shortly.
Onr staple Orpnrlascnt contains many special lines worthy Uie attention of
close buyers.
Onr ciutklnpj ami Gents' Famishing Department Is well assorted and contains
nil the novelties for the Full mid Winter Trade.
J. B. atelsun A Co.-s Soft Fell Hals aspeolnlty.
dwsejtflc
JAME8 ELLARD & 00., US A tB, Colnmbia Street, K. W.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVfi FOR MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THE WEST RND WITH
excellent Bread and superior Groceries have jiwt purchased Mr. Willie's
lease oi the Bakery, lately owned by F. Khnble, on Columliia Street, and will keep
the two houses open for the accommodation of the public. They engage to supply
Goods of the very best description and at the lowest possible price,'
Cf Goods delivered to all parts of the City free of charge. dseffltc
LOOK jljEllT
Being determined to close out the balance of my Stock before
October ist next, 1 will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
S3r=-Call early to secure Bargains.
G.   LEISER.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
'IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY COOPS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
New Westminster, Vancouver A Victoria.
INSURANCE
NewWestminster City
DWELLINGS, "i percent.
OUTSIDE OF CITY:
DWELLINGS, 2 per cent.
BARNS, 3     "
RAND BROS.,
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tlffHPRhll
S. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
HAVING HAD EXTENSIVE Experience in California and else*
wliero in the above business, I am now
prtpmvi* to take charge of any sales,
auction Or otherwise, that the publio
may favor mo with.
Onus, Rifles, Cull-Idle*, Powder,
Shot, Flsliliis Tackle, SpeeU-
clei,   Caller*-,  Md   Bur
Slimrare,
TO BE HAD  AT THE OIJ> STAND,
KNOWN AS THE
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA  STREBT.
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g-til-o §ritish. dolumbwn
Thursday Evening. Sept. ue. >«*••
LatestbyTslppli
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
Special (• thr t'olumhUii.
SasFrasichco, Sept. 20.-The (Jity
of New York arrived this morning,
bringing Hong Kons- dates to Sept.
2nd und Yokohama to the llth. On
the morning of Aui?. 13 a band of brigands mude a descent upon the leading pawn shops of Uucbuna and murdered the proprietors and 47 employes.   The robbers wore all arrested.
San Francisco, Sept. 29,—The
British ship Endora has been chartered by the Canadian Pacific railway
to carry tea from Yokohama to Vancouver.
San Fkanciscq, Sept. 29,—Tho
Alta says a despatch haB been received
here from Mr. Lament, President
Cleveland's private secretary, stating
that the president had requested the
imperial government to interfere to
save the life of Sproule, the American
oitizen condemned to be hanged on
Friday next in Britiih Columbia, and
that the president is very hopeful of
success. ; ";.
LATfift—'-'A. despatch from * Washington says: Sproule, the American who
was convicted in British Columbia of
murder, and whose sentence of death
was suspended during an appeal to
the courts at Ottawa and afterwards to
the Privy Council of Great Britain,
will probably bo executed on tho lst
of October, the date to which he was
respited. The Btate department has
exerted itself in his behalf, but has today boon informed from London that
the representations in Sproule's behalf have not been considered sufficiently weighty to overturn the verdict or longer to postpone the execution of the sentence.   /"iT *- U-Tift •■''
Winnipeg, Sept 29.--Tho 'editor of
the McLeod (ioztUt wires the Manito-
ban that no massacre has occurred and
everything is quiet tlr-oro, the Bloods
being Vm theiV'^rbfeetve. Ho uddb;
" The rumor probably originated from
the killiiig'of Bloods In Montana some
time ago.'
San Francisco, Sept. 29.-~Cholera
is still raging throughout Japan, tho
proportion of deaths to cases being
very heavy'.'' Between Aug. 28th and
Sept. Sth, inclusive, 9 days, 13,348
new cases were reported. Deaths
during the same period numbered
8,472. In Tokio alono during tho 9
days there wero 2353 new, cusei. - The
8472 deathswuVe over'03 yet %t_it, of
those attacked. . An examination* of
the wells in Tokio was made, and 740
of 1176 were condemned as unfit for
drinking purposes.
At Cailton on Aug. 27th' 'a Chinese
woman aged only. 18 underwent the
ling chie execution, in which while
Btill living one piece of tho body after
another ia cut away until it iB divided
up into exactly one thousand pieces.
The victims, as in this case, always die
frnm \o/» of blood-before tlie horrible
butchery ia -oompleted. The woman
was chit-fled with having poisoned her
husband and three relatives, but although it was shown on examination
that ahe was innocent of the offense,
the people of the district insisted upon
her execution,..which the viceroy
finally ordered.--*?! " ... t*-*-i\   vv.
London, SVpfr-29."****-*-Tfie steamer
Suffolk, which went ashore on Lizard
Point, remains intact, Somo of- tho
cattle are atill alive, Three hundred
lacks t.of, ilour have been washed
ashore.
Vienna','Sept.' 2ft,—The reichstag
assembled to-day. In tho lower house
Deputy Heilaberg nsked Prime Minister Vim Xttfle 4vhether tho govemment wns disposed; to characterize as.
positively idle inventions tho rumors'
to the effect ihat a.change has taken
place in the relations between Austria
and Germany because of Germany's
support oh Russia in Bulgaria. The
Free Press Bays: ''Bismarck'B .greatest connivance cannot destroy tbe elements of antagonism between Germans
nnd jHiii-bclavista. Their natural sentiments will* assert themselves, and
Germany'is hot willing that Russia
shall some day combrise the whole of
Asia, and thus bs able to nut the
greatest power in the world at the
diaposalof the pan-sclavists.
Bordeaux, Sept.' 29.—MM. Braulat
and Dupra*. rival editors of this eity,
yesterday fought' their second duel to
satisfy a mutual grudge. The first duel
was fought on Monday, witli Bwords.
In the combat one broke liis weapon,
and the battle was declared a draw.
In yesterday's duel pistols were used.
At 20 paces ench tired two shots without effect, and the second battlo was
also declared a draw.
LoNno^&Qtt, 80.—Sir Reginald
Iliinsnii hftibeen elected lord mayor of
London.
City o* Mexico, Sopt. 29.—Reports
from all over the republic show heavy
rains to liave failed everywhere, doing
great good in'forwarding the crops. In
this city the rain flooded the streets in
many (daces, necessitating the use of
fire entities to pump out stores. The
predict*!! earthquake did not take
place, but the volcano of Calima jb
again in a state of eruption, with hugo
white clouds overhanging the summit,
causing great terror among the inhabitants of itho;neighboring village. This
is the third timo within a year that this
volcano has become active. Tho eruption is plainly visible from the city of
Coleniu, on the Pncitic coast, and unusual '' meteorological disturbances
have bwn noted in that Citv,
PABW-Sept! 20.—Gen Boulanger de-
siring to Hecure from tho j Government
an apprcFifition of $20,000,000 for the
new explosive bomb, recently invited
the budget committee to witness an
experiment ho was carrying on in
private.. _Experiments were mode with
a monster.mortar designed aa a type
for the deWrti&iori of fortifications, A
missile thrown wm'exploded with exceedingly destructive effect. It is
charged jvjtb a new explosive, the.coin-
pdilata or which Geu.-Boulanger and
his associates alone possess tho secret.
The cdmpound, however, ia admitted
to have all thd powers of grtflj)owder,
with none of ita defects, and is paid in
addition to bo easily transported and
to lw free from liability to spontaneous
ignition, lt is stated that the budget
committee wero highly pleased with
the result of the explosion, and promised to fully support Gen. Boulanger's
demand'for a large special appropriation.
Belfast, Sept. 29. —There was desperate fighting to-day between Protestant and Catholic workmen at
Barbour's foundry in this city. The
police interfered, when the fighters
joined issuea, stoned and routed the
police. Cavalry which were summoned, .charged upon and dispersed the
mob. Scores of rioters and several
policemen wero injured.
Pahib, Sept 29.—A duel was fought
tfl-day at Montpelier botween M.
Gariel, an editor, and Oapt. Valicourt,
of the French army. Tho quarrel was
over an editorial criticism upon certain features of the army maneuvers.
Capt. "Valicourt was wounded four
times by tho editor, and his condition
is precarious.
London, Sept. 29.—Advices from
Vladivostock Btate that cholera attacked a foreign colony thoro early in
September and tliat since that time 73
persons have died of the disease.
Paris, Sopt.. 29.-r'Ohimi intends to
issue a loan for 950,000,000 for the
construction of railways in tho empire.
San Fkancisco, Sept. 29.—Thos.
Curley, an iron moulder aged 24,
while on hta way to the Western Hotel
on Broadway street near Sansome
yestorday morning was assaulted, beaten and robbed by four men, He diod
from the effects of his injuries this
morning. His assailants aro unknown.
Detectives arc investigating tlie case.    ,
Bachelors' Ball. /   ■
(Correepondence of the Columbian,)
'North Arm," Sopt. 28.—A most elegant entertainment was given lost night
by a Belect number of bachelors to the
ladies of tliis settlement, in one of the
spacious apartments of the Richmond
cannery buildings, which was brilliantly lighted by innumerable lamps
and profusely and tastefully decorated
with everjjreens, flowers 'and mottoes.
Dancing-began at 8:30 p. ht., and was
kept up .with undiminished ardor until
5 a. ni. ihis .morning. ; Tlie supper was
of a most reenertdie description, com-'
hinbig tiio most savory solidities with
the 'moat refined delicacies,' to which
the votaries of Terpsichore did, ample
justice. The ladies showed thoir appreciation of the efforts made to give
them pleasure by mustering' strongly
both in beauty and numbers and by
evincing remarkable ejieffcV.in tlty indefatigable manner in which thoy trod
tiio* floor Ori the: /'ligh^-faii^tic."
Wlieii the hour'of separatum arrived
.-tip- -unanimous opinion, of- 'all*'-'hath*,
male" and female, was tliat tho gathering had proved un unmitigated success
and that great credit was duo to the
committeo of nianagtoent for their design so skilfully planned and so successfully executed, and all united in
tliu hope tliat the coining winter might
be made happy by a quick succession
of evenings spent similarly.
Sumns Methodist Church.
(Currt-'Hjionilonce ot the Columbian.)
Sumas, Sept. 28.—This new building
wus dedicated to the Worship of Al-
unighty God last Sunday by Rov C.
Watson, District Superintendunt, who
preached two eloquent sermons. At
the 11 o'olock service .the sacred .edifice was crowded, and at the close ■ the
trustees approached the communion
rail and [through their §(sc(-Treas •■ D.
McGillivray, Esq., Reeve, formally
presented tho "building to the Rov. Mr,
Watson on behalf of the Methodist
Church.
The opening dinner at 2 p.m., Saturday, was liirgoly attended, the
tables being thrice filled, and, ns might
Tie expected' from the Suriias" litdltfsV rt
most sumptuous repast was spread.
After the dinner, which was served in
the lecture-room a'-tfteeting wus-oon-
venod in the church, the Rev. C. Bryant, pastor, in the chair. The choir
rendered excellent'music and platform and pulpit were beautifully decorated with choice plant* and flowers.
The financial statement of tlie trustees
being read by Mr. McGillivmy, the
Rev. Mr. Watson proceeded to plead
with his wonted ability for tlio entire
removal of the debt. The cost of
erection amounted to 91000 und 8-100
had to be raised, that is beyond tho
cash and subscriptions already received.
But Mr. ftV. had not finished his ,ivdV
dress ere'new'contributions'" were handed in, from the 81 offerings of little
boys and girls who ran forward with
their giffe to the Secretary's table, up
to donations of $25 oach, and the result, together with thu collecti/ms, on
Sunday, must havo been very gratifying te the trustees and all concerned.
The churoh is situate near tlie Methodist parsonage upon a site presented
by G. W: Chadsey, Esq. Its design
is according te plans furnished hy the.
M. E. Church of Philadelphia, V, S.,
and consists of a main audience-room
24x48 ft., and a lecturo-rooin 18x24 ft.,
which forms a wing to tho oast side of
the building, the front facing the
south. There is a tower 40 feet high
at the intersection of the ohuroh and
lecture-room, whioh lias at the top of
the spire an ornamental weather-vane.
The lower part of the tower forms a
vestibule or entrance te both parts of
the building. The interim' is neatly
finished and seated, reflecting credit
upon the to>ntract&r, Mr.'Oj fy j/Wkor-
man, of '.Upper. Sumas. /       ,.;i
The trtisteos have yet' w WovnVc
fences and a driving-shod, besides such
conveniences us heating apparatus and
lamps for the interior of the building.
Whon these impi'oveincht&'ar'e completed thc Sumas settlement may be
congratulated upon liavinga very commodious church proporty and ono
wliich doos honpr to thosenwho have,
assisted in iti) acquisition.   ;,-)   .   .','
The progress of meaical enlightenment
has led to tho abandonment of many an*
tiquuted remedied of questionable value,
and the adoption of newer and moro rational ones. Prominent among the latter
Ib Northrop & Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, the justly
celebrated Blood Purifier, a eomprohwi*
Bive family remedy for liver compluiut.
constipation, indigestion, loser of physical energy, and lYiimk* complaints,
A full line of Ciuuulinri Ilyinnalu just
received al T. R, Pearson & Co.'s   eeVUe
AbrtliMtfy Piire.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, Htronjrth and wholesome ness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, und
cannot be sold ln competition with the
multitude of low test, sho«'.*weI«at alum
or phosphate-powders.. Hold ouiv 111 sanu,
ItGVAT-JUKI-NO POWDKtt Co., IOO WftftSt.,
New York. Italy
Telephone Gail No. e.
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL
3u.nl hikkl
Dry Qoods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
'.UNDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbln St.
HO IB? GRANITE CREEK
The Driard House
Vi THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITV.   '
UIHST-CIjASS ACCOMMODATION, and
F the Table supplied with every wmU
bje delicacy. Tho hotel Is under the personal management of tho weU-hiiown
caterer, B. F>* Boyce. .,      j
BOYCE A CAIRNS,
mhllto i'roprictors*
-PortHainionllirsery!
VTOW IS THE Tlfcl'1 TO BEND IN
_\\ yonr ordors, If you want some of
tliose nice fruit or ui-numental trees,
shrubs, etc., from Onririo. As I return
about the middle of Jui.o to settle up my
affairs there und come out thia fall with
tlie stock for my nursery here, and will
select nnd brine your orders right along
With me for this fall and next spring's
planting,] will satisfy all hoth as to quality of trees and fruit, and I will he settled
here in the business ho you will know
where to tind mc. All eommuiilcutlons
after the middle of June may lie addressed
to mo at BowmnnvlUe,Ont.,or to Carleton
A Harris, I'ort Hammond.
O. W. HENKY,
my22t« Port Hammond P.O.
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself ln thr- CHv of New Westmlnsler with.", Pint I i-LASS
OQVW 0AEEIAGE,
' Which In open ft* KiiRmtemeiitu nl
very nimlei ■ te (Uiirgcs,
Orders left atthe Colon tui Hotel or sent
by tele,pbor.fl,,wlll ba promptly attended
10 dny or n'iVhl. Stable next H. Elliott's
JOS. GATES.
Tclephpii'- fto.SH, -mylte
DHIIB!
MIBSES. McEIiUOY A WTZ HENRY
wish to Inform the Ladies of lie*
Westminster that they have opened a
Oress-Making Establishment
-'at-
TRAIT IHUK8 bTOBF,. COMT3IBU KT.
Where they will he prepared *o execute
nny orders entrusted to them ln the latest
sfyjes and with all possible despatch.    '
- New Westminster. Oct. 8th, 1885.   oc7to
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our busiSss mm,
D
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Wood and Goal.
friHE HUKSCBIBEB HAS ON HAND A
X    largo quantity of
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* „AnU an assortment of   '
CORD WOOD,
Which he will soil at lowest rates.  Ho
will nlso promptly a timid to nll kinds of
Orders loft at Mr. MeColl's storo on Colombia sffeot, or at my house, DourIrm
street, will meet with prompt attention.
'" HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster n. C, JlylOto
FOUND.
POUND ON THE YALE TBUNK ROAD
between Serpentine Flats nnd Browns-
vlllo-on the 23rd inst.,a sum of money.
The money 'has been deposited ln the
Bank of-British Cotuinbla, whore tho ownor Is requested (o nil I, provo property, and
pnv Minnies. UWSfflwwl
D. S. CORTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
QRUQQISTSI
New Westminster, B.C.
       mhiote	
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad 8t. and 16 Pall M*ll,
LOMDON.
INSTITUTED X808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings, Qoods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build-
Ins and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIKB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-81,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTR0NH,
Agent for N«w Westminster.
-PRACTICAI,-
Hos just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Goi' and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
HOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Walchcs
from $35 to $65,
Ladles Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, w
$32.50.
KBJIEHBBB-Wo do not sell "fllled"
Watrrhus and Jewelry as solid gold,
. Our good, ore giuirunteod just u re-
presented, and- prices lower than any
other house ill li. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ilellUi
The Colonial
STO R \
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEWWESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMPOHTKI- AND liKALKR IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tbe French Lcuolr, Goodyear, l'lnk-
erton, Cochrane, CMillt * Co.,
Urmea Holden nnd Slater
Boots and Shoe.
THE CELEBRATED
■W HIT E
Sewing Machine!
t^*G00D AS ANY HADE.
HOLE AQENT FOB MAmtANDi
C. J. ROBSON,
At the New Fruit ami Confectionery
Store, Opposite Colonlnl Hotel, Now
Westminster, B. O. JlySKto
TESTIMONIAL!
i, ■ ■ ' '      'I
V.imeowr. IUH Jimw, 188ft,.-,
VLtL'a, ROBERTSON,1' ■'
Vancouver;.
Ueiireaentlng Ooiaio A McCulloch, I
Ji nU Galt.Ont.
Bi».—We tho tUhlorHiKnea' huving wit-
uetwetl tho terrible Ure which wiped out of
existence the young olty-«f V-mmouw,
on the 13th lust., have, after the fire, ox*
uminEil the miffm sold by you, some of
which wore put to tha most seyete lest,
having heen siu-roumled hy luifje Quanll-
tlcn of lard und hucon, imd We are pronued
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every.Biifo mild hy you prtwrveU
its eontontu,apt. auly books.aad papery,
but Also Uioiisiintls of dollars In paper
money were-tnkeh ottt tn perfect eotMH-'
tlnn.  Wo oau, therefore, with the groat*
CBtconfldeiiee,r«eomniend theuMW thoroughly Site proof:''. .     . ...
L. A, Hamilton, for tlibi (liniadlaul'iielflp
Railway Company: M. A, Mnorafln,
Mayor; .lohn -J--Hlake, HtlpenUlary-Ma*
SlHtrato: Rteh'd. Alex under, Justico of
10 PeiTec: .lotiu Boullbeftll'ollctfMBKl***
•   0,(W«iv-"-- ■*■- '"—-
 H'-Ol
Edv[aM _„
R. Balfour, Alikffiiuiu, .iU«» t^.,,-.,,.,
Real Kstati: Broker; Pither A Edson,
Uoynl Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
CI', ll-i J. W, MoFafhulU, Poll Moody,
teu Vancouver and. EngliHh Il^y; V, .0.
Times A Co., Keal Estate Brokers; A. W.
Hoks. Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Heal Est a le. Brokers; R. C. Ker*
, guson, Mgr. R. C. P.Mlfli. JoBOto  '
Importer and Dealer in
T ADIEB AND GENTLEMEN ARE RE-
Li Hpectfully Invited toeall ant! e-tam*
tno thc stock.
t have also oil hand tha
MATCH-CANADIAN LKATUER WATEB*
TI«BT KNEE BOOT.
Whlcli now takes the plaoe of gum boots,
Jy29te
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OF HURRRV CON-
tains Hpveral Kuruis which are for
sale. The land is of exMlent ouallly—the
veiy bast In tbe province. The Reeve
and Counell are most mtxlouu to secure
deslrahln settlors, Application t« them
will receive prompt attention. Tho rmul*
hi the township are uood, and there are
ctitirchCD, schools, and n town hull.
•   '■' TUOS. HrtANNO»,Reote,
'. Clover Valley P.O.
H.T.'J'UlHFT.ClCfrk,-1   I
jiiHto iTnii'a rralrieF. *>.
PROVISIONS;
Importedin quantity,
?irst-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
& McPHADEN,
Deane's Uriok Blook,
NEW WRBTMISSTEB.B.O.
..... mir-   '.
4,'
ISTtoTIOEli
Lt, ASSEflSOIlS UKDUB TIIE "Assessment Act, 18711," uml RtiiondlnB
. , nro hereby Instrueteil. to prepare
their mils on or Wore tlio IHI|h November
next, and the diitlr's Of nil Courts of Revision ami Aupenl ard lo ho eomploted, nnd'
the rolls jflna'ly revised and completed,
on.or before the dist December nej*;'.
. Js    By Command,- ',
INO. ROBSON,    '
'    Provlnmal aeeretoty.'
Provincial Secretary's office,,
Vletodu, B. V., Olh Sept., to. dsellml
ABIMtllO O* *IU» COUNTY COBM
r of Naaalmo will lie held st't'omox
on Tuesday, tho 12th October, 1880.
And sittings of. tlie County' Court of
Cariboo will bell'ld-
Atniohfield-Mondiiy,lllhOotohor,188o.
At   Quosncllomouth — Tliiirsday,  l.lh
OotoborilBO.     ,: -   ■      ,„,.
At Soda flreok-Saliirdny.lolliOctober.
vm.    : . Tr    ]■
' At Ullnoet--JVednesilny,imii Oot., 1880,
AtCHnton-Monilny.filh November.llWa.
;ByCqTimand. ,„ .     .. ~ ,,„'','
JNO, llttteON,       ' ' ,
'"'   ''' '    Pnivlnelnl SebreUlryi1
Provincial Becretnryrs OlHee. *,.
Victoria, B, ft, font, jam, 18S0.  dse"7«!
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAlffcS FI8HKR, Proprietor.
M0NUMKNT8, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TARI4ETS AND CROSSES* FUR* ■ ''
NITURE MARBLE, 4c.
Personi living-at a distance, by uendlng
a description of what they wish, can have
det-l-jnH, prlceH, etc., furnfshfid on applied
tion. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Paolflo Coast, and at reasonable
rates.  N,B,—No agent* employed. ■
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp. St. Andrews Preflbyterlan Church
, mhistc
JOHN SrOQX*
Importer and Dealer In
INCLUDING
WHIT* LEGHORN*!,
BROWN I.BOHPRS8,
PLYMOUTH ROOKS,
LANOIHAIiag,
While Created Blaek Pol.ndj,
Gainer Rowlt,  R.a.n DatHU,
'    White Paklu Dnek.,
Pit Games, Ho«le-Mts.
0*uBlr(ls tind Eggs supplied at low rates,
ami all stook guaranteed.
Boytl Avenue, EmI of DonglM8t.
New Westminster, Goal Harbor
and Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
..(J. W. TARTB, Hatter.):
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Thursday Meralng .t, o'eleek, for
New Westminster and Coal JIarhor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrlyeaat
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about twi hours
afterwardsj leaves COAL HAHBOR FH.
dar mt-iii tor Seattjaj* •'
■   Pare to Seallle.. ,>.*#<*••"
Freight Per tea,  4.W...
Speclul rates to merehaots.   .    aplOtc
A Private College!
■''    '.,    '~-r0B'.—r
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
,      WILL BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, WCTOWA, B.C
■ ' —iON---   r     ■ >" '' ' ■
jHONUAY, AUGUST 16, 18S«.
1«HE , wihmtjlt) JIAS is JMt_
1 ltooms and Is well furnished with
rcrilsler grates, bath rooms, Ac., le.
Excellent opportunities for all kinds of
heiiltliful exercises, Including boriuiirr and
bnthlnil.       •     OIW   ■    '
Pupils will bo. made most comfortable,
and their general \'etftiro cnroftllly ctfrt-
siuerod.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF IMTMKjTOM
will bo maintained.
Excellent facilities will be ufftirdod for
Instruction In Knglish, Commercial,
Classical and Modern Language Subject.,
with Instnmenlal Music.
Application Forms, References and fall
Information furnished by  .
BKV. 0, j. BKBNTOS, K.A.,
NEW WflaTMIllBTBB,
Jjuno 9, 1880. dwjlyillte
SIONXJMJBNTf
COLUMBIA STREET,
NewWwtrtiMter.BiC.
—IHNHmlrAMl OUUIIII-
Books,
Stationery,
Fafflcy
Pianos,
Hie Lai|-(-st Stock im thtJiKiti-
Und,   and  second  to  no
House inr British Co.
•—■^n-'A-j-Jirtj' iwS-rvJ
| X,HHUWJill*UU|
Ol BowmanTHH, Omv,
Ajvl ogauto for all tlw lavllng Asaarleon
l
BflfeiAL FORMS
RULED & wnmrffl
rion i -Ir.    liliijji |i ■:   m:,\.u:
On tlu premUn, aa neatlj and obuply
a. at any otti.i   «UMlshn-Jint to thi
Prtftofl*''-1 ■'■■    ■ i     '.J   '-'.  i   .
-AOBNTS   rOK—
ConlidtratWi Lift Jtuurau* Co..,
nm IrWsh ami MwcutU* Fir*
litiiiranci Ct.
*-Aj«u**'7of/Wrtt'-lli*—- ;''
IE W,
,'i
mHE USDBB8IQNEDIIAS BDEN AP-
I ,pol»t<>4iMeBtliiBrttl8l(Cclai>iWalor
(licse beautiful inoanineuts. WII particulars as to prioes and designs on application. . CHAD.;.!. ROBSON, ,
Al Uio Fruit and Confeotlonery Stole, op-
posltoColonlillllolcl.Now Westmlnsler,
B.O. •-*   mhSltfl
WHITE
THEOLOTHIEE,
Haa Jmt Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
'■•■ A Ur-fi <W«n«tj'ol;   • '
Boys' and Yonth's
(lotbingt
' 7Caaea of Amerioao ',.ji
SE'LT:;::HATB
: I        |   Also,, a fall line ol v .   .,
BENTS' FUBNISHINfl BMB3
—HE NOW HAS—    '•
Ito B«t Aiiorlnenl li tkt *k0T«
line «nr MklklM In Hew
WettBliiler.
iLj-VSBV B1TLM
AtLowettPoMlWoPrlc.sforCa.il.
Call Early -al Mrte \wr gel^tka.
COLUMIU StlllT On. |AM IF il 0.
8H1HHW  UKCWM8,    '   ,„.,.,::
■11D8, lOBTillCiH,
■11.1BOB8AU,
CII8WM I0VS1 IUIU,
L118K8, riMI; iniR,
' omirb, uciira,
Ahd all kind, of Blank Books gad
Form* on haul
Bta.k   'i   r It
■ a
~-AU tta I*tdm-(~-
HEWSPAPEBS
lot,,: jitlT  ;«iu-ii nit
Be-(nUHy*t***M.«o-j, fmbaJ IkMllii.tokaa-■
•ormy PubUcaUcm at o-itkisrttit*.'"   ;'"
ITfi Import dlraot fnti iiiMM*
turn., m4 oartuot ba isdamU to lUa
Provtooa* ■'  '■
,ji     ooLvlnu amor; &<
WfW    WMtBiMtat,   X.   0a

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