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Array tmnneit ?riating ofllco
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Daily  British   Columbian.
VOLUME 3
NBW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11, 1887.
NUMBER Iii
D
..WOLV SMITH, M. D.
OFFIOE-Olarkson Street, oppoalte rear
entrance of Colonial Hotel.
RESIDENCE-Ajnes SL, oppo.lt. new
Baptist Cliurch.
OFFIOE HOUIIS-10 a. m. to 12 noon; !
to 5; and 6:80 to I p. ra. dnolOle
T* n. MAOLBAM, B. A., H.D..O.M.
OFFIOE: MoKenale Street, next door to
i»m sired.
BESinBNOEi AinesStreet,tblrd house
rom Mnry Street
OFFICE HOURS! 10 to l!f; 2 lo5; 1:80 tot.
d'deisto   _____
U
M. COOPER, B, A..M. D„
PHYSICIAN k SURGEON.
OFFICE and RESIDENOB-Obnwll _
melt door to Farmers' Home), near
ColumbiaSt.,Now Westminster, B.0.
OFFICE HOURS-stol0a.m.l ltoSand
«.»to 8 p. m.  Calls In town and coon.
My promptly attended to. **"*"
JeMc .
p a, q. brown,
.    DENTIST.
- OTHOK-Orrer D. 8. Ourtls it Co.'s Druj
Store, Colnmbla Street.
HOOT8-0a.m.to7p.m.       dwJySOte
nMHu A necrn,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC
nmee. Mekenalestreet, Now Westminster,
nnd Vancouver, B. 0. JyMilwto
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFAOTUBER OF
m   O. ATK1S80N,
RARRISTBIt, SOLICITOR, *e.
U iKenilo Street
I ettW.c i>. * «i> wtralnsttr, B. 0.
w.
nounam bolb, a. c,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Atml Agent Honey to Loan.
Columbia St., New WeetmlnsMr, B. Cl
.nd oor. Cordova A Oarrall Bta., Vancou-
,er, B.C. «e2to
fl   W  aRA.1T,
ARCHITECT.
Oi.rtRB-Cnrner Mary and Clarkson Sta,
/ 1LOW * MACLtlRE,
ARCHITECTS.
Imcn- 0'"r   Tl. 8. Curtis  t a,     O I
HtOM
..A...A columkra i'.n:
... rmrjJrol  run
n J. TiiAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
>lnmt>l» StrMt, .N.w Weetmlnster
.11 commissions will receive prompt
.'.d carerul attention. Beet references
.1 ven when required. mhDMo
RAND BROS.
till. ESTATE BROKERS,
1 ouveyamcere, Colleetar.,
j.aeet at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
McKenslo and Clarkson SU,
VAJi noUVEB, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS torsaloln all sections
of Vancouvor nnd New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality lor
sala »t CMIIIMaok.. Tort Hammonil,
Laniley, Matsqnl, Sumru, Mud llny,I.id-
ner's Landing, Lulu Island, Nortli Arm
aad Pitt River,
Maps and Plans exhibited audthefull-
est Information furnished at all onrofflces.
 _j-j 1.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—00 TO-i-
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET, On. 0. P. N. Wuar.
o. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
LuHdbom's gliding, front St.
|   (Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to enrvn hi. customers and everybody
with n. good a stook aa a man wants to
..leal.from.
Dry Ootitt, titeeerte*. rr.,i.i..,,
Crai&rty. i. tawue, Ueau, kt.
Com. ami see lire new plaoe, aud let u.
know what yon thick nf IL
dwocinie C. MCDONOUGH.
"if7"--<3rO±rT&.
Blacksmitii ant Machinist
AH Kinds of Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, etc., kc,
Repaired..
BLACKSMITHING
In all IU branoheB. Fnrmers%l«uger»',
Mill and Contract Work; Ajpioulfiiral
yrorioa
OTIOB IS HEREBY OIVEN, THAT
,, elatvdaysfnmdat*! Intetul to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to ptirelnure
the fnllowlnii described land aliuated In
Group One, New Westminster District!
Commenolnj at the N. W. corner of I/)t
■ ■a. II..... ...II..I. _>.,.m.I1*>»       SS»wtnnilf
ply.to
areek: thence followIM «ald shore line 111
a northorly direction to 8. W. oorner of
Timber Limit No. Ij thenoe east to N. W.
wrnnr of Pre-emption No. IM; thenoe
south to N.E. corner of Lot ell; thence
west to polntof commencement; containing 100 aeres, more or less.
* W. A. DUNCAN.
New West, Ool, 21, lsWj duc26m2
In let Matter of the Bstutc ef Alexander
McKenzie, lale of Clover Valley in the
Diitricl ef New Westminster, Deceased
Intestate,
LL DEBTS DUE THE ESTATE OK
... the Into AMtlAKDKB MtiKnratiniuat
je paid to the iindervtiiiiod forthwith, nnrl
all person. Iiiivlini olefins njnlnst the said
Batata must send 111 tlielr accounts, duly
verified, tn tliu undersigned at New Westminster on nr before t.ro Will dny of November, A. D. 1887.
Dated al New Westminstertlils Uth dey
Of October, A. D.1.1.^_
doelSml Administrator.
A'
bet
Implements, and everything in tlie
blacksmith line made to order.
Having scoured flrsl-clniB workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
ear Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-JIySltcl   Coi.ttmbia St., New West.
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St.
,000 STOCK
NOW EN ROUTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction in prices to make
room for the largest and best assortment
of Boot** and Shoes ever imported into
this country, from the principal Houses
of Germany, France, Great Britain, the
United States and our great Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CAU, AND SEE MY  STOCK BE-
POKE YOU PURCHASE.
Uootl nhi ShOOB, from 00c upwards.
Felt A llublicr Noon's A Vum-Tums
of all kinds.
Iiiidlet' A Bents' Slippers for Xmaa—
tlie loveliest over seen.
81 lines or Ladles', Misses' A Children's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
Colonial llatel Block, CoIuaMa It.
dwnoiste
Mo Eoglisli Mk
IX TIIK CANADIAN MABkET.
ur Sspt ii Sid
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Sou Aoents foi Kew Westminster,
WHO   WILL   GUARANTEE   EVERY
PAIR FOR ONE YEAR,
Anil present you with n Book of Testimonials.        [ilwJeWlo
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STREET • YHlTOKIi,
—oxin-yb s-ozt
Norlh British aud Mercantile
insurance (Jo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
.  36 Flnsbury Circus,
London, H. C.
Nbw Wkstminsteh,
17111 October, 1837.
To the Mamyer of Ihe. Brunette. Sawmill
Co., Limited.
Mini
I very much regret having beon leil Into
making statements rollonttnir upon tlie
financial position nnrl creditor yourCom-
nnny. una ben to rotract nud neologize for
them, believing tnem to hnve been imjnrr-
'""youVs truly, W. N. DRAPER.
dwoorlOml
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
Mr Satlslaetlon guarnnlecd.      da|rl!)te
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN.
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columblaand Ohuroh Streets,opposite
the Episcopal Ohuroh, and now known
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
ai tho following rates:
Board per day * Jl 00
"      "  woek  «... 6 00
Single Meals    25
Beds     26
aauGood accommodation for Ladles and
families. myOtc
Flowers for sale
A. R. BEOKErr.      WM.WOLFENDEN
BECKETT & CO.,
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
General Contractors,
"WORKS a
Fraiier Brick Works, Port Haney.
OB-S-IOBIS s
Mackenzie St.* New Wrfllmlnftter.
Manufacturers of Mnchlne-made and
Pressed Bricks lo nny pattern.
Estimates given for Buildings and Public Works of any description.     dw|y2t«
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fara-
lllea, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
tOWEfi'f POSMIM PRICES.
TIME CARD
S1IA1IIIB
Leaves Vlctorln for Wostmlnsler' Every
Tuesday, Thursday & Suturday,
At 7 n. in., connecting with the steamer
"qLADYS" for up-river.
RETURNINQ-Lenves Wostmlnslor for
Victoria evory Wednesday Friday nnd
Hnnilny* at 7 n. in*, connoctlnir with tlie
0. n. A N. Co.is stonmcr for the Hound.
Kind, rare Tlokel. I. Victoria, $r).IW|
ltctnrn, #1.
TIIE STEAMER
"GStXj^JD-X-S"
Lpnves WcHlinliislerfor Up'rlver
Kv,-r j TiiHiiajJiiiirsdayi Saturday
Al , rt. in.,  Ueluviiiiiti every  I'lirsilny,
Tlinr.iljiy .i milnrilny, cnnnectlnii with
llio "tlAINnOW" for' Vlelorln.
(•-rri'llll irrii'lloulurri, apply lo
TURNRR, BEETON A CO.,
Vlelorln,
or In      W. J. MATHERS,
rlwoir7tc Agent at Westminster.
r. t. wnnns. *■ «•«».»,
Lmo Suhvetos. Notaiiy Puiue
s,
r     LAND 8URVEYOR8,
Real Estate Commission and
Insurance Agents.
Honey to Loan on first mortgage on
Improved Real Estate,
Farming Land*, improved nnd unimproved, for sale in all parts of the Dis*
trlot.
City and Suburban Lots for Kale in
choice locations.
Mining BtOCkH bought and sold.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurances
effected. ,
 RKPllfMKSTINfl	
FIBR.—Minn tnsumnoo Co. of Hartford.
Wostcrn Insiiranee Co. of Toronto.
UI'E.—New York Life Insimmoe Co.
AW'IIMIIKIV-Travelers  Insuninco Co. of
IiiirlforJ.    	
Ae noyof tliu littmlnleu Kxpmsffi*.
woons. tur>Vk a fliMin.i:,
Office. Ularo'I Block,   •   Columbia Strut
nkw wkhtminh1ku,
•ImiUfl
day, 1JLSI).    -
Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
OIOBH
For Can. Pac Ry.—Dally (except Sunday
and Momli-y), at 12.4f). nnd on Snturday
(for fllBnatcn Hnnday) at 23.
For Victoria, V. I., nnd Western U. S. Offl-
<!CH—Monday, U45: Tuesday, &15 and 111;
Wednesday, u.80; Tlmncday, 8.15 and 111;
Friday, 0.IW; Saturday,8.15.
For Vnncouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard
Jiile'^-Dully (exoept Sunday) at*.15.
J'or Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
ForLndncr's LandiiiBand LuluI«Innd—
Monday, 12.451 Tuesday and Thursday
at 10,
For Clovor Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
. Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
1).
For Norlh Arm and Sea Island—Thurs-
For „ _.v    ..,
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 1145.
FbrNanuImo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 11).
33TTB1
From Cunrpao. Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) ut 18."
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday, lfl; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard Inlet—Dally (exoept Sunday) at lfl.
From Port Moody—JJally (except Sunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, lfl.
From Clover Valloy, Hall's Prairie and
Lanurley Prairie—Friday, 16. _
From North Ann and Sea Island—Thursday, Vi.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURSi
Money Order Hours—0 to IT dally} nnd
General Delivery from fl to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuosdays,Thursdays and Saturdays; Oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays uud Fridays—
except when malls nre Tjelngmadeupor
sorted.
AUCTION  SALES.
Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wholesoraeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot he sold tn competition with the
multitude of low tost, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cults,
ttoy.u, Baking Powdkb Co.,10fl w»"fit.,
Now York. ,    m    Sfely
FOR   SALE.
ONK-HALK INTEREST IN thoLANO-
InyHnw and Pinning Mill; mill In
gooil order. For nnrtlculnrs apply on tlio
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE.JACKSON,
apiste iHELMCJCEN, Victoria.
Farm for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale tho North-Bast Quarter of Section I, Township . New Westminster District.  For particulars npDly to
D. MACKENZIE,
Clover Valley,
Or W. NORMAN BOLE,
dwocSliml New West.
HOUSE AND LOT
FOR   SALE.
mHE UNDERSIGNED, BEING ABOUT
i. to leave the city, offers for sule his
House nnd Lot. on Brown St., near Doug-
ins st. The House (swell built, contains
7 rooms, nud 1s comfortable andconvim*
lent. There Is a well of first-class wster
on the premises; also, a numberof young
frnlt trees. This is a Hue chance to secure
a homo,as the property will bo sold cheap.
Apply on the premises.
D. B. CALBICK.
Westminster, 10th Oct., 1887.     dwociom
fpHK BRUNETTE SAWMILL CO. will
J. not be responsible for any supplies or
material furnished to tlio Mill, or to any
person whatever, except on a written order signed by one of tlio Company's ofll-
cers. H. L. DkBECK,
d n n;mi 1 Manager.
3STOTIQB,
NOT1CK W HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
Intend applying to the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds .fc Works for permission to purchase B20 acres of pastoral land
in tlm Osovoos Divisl in of Yale District,
doBi-ribod as folloWHi-Commmelng nta
post, about ono mile nml a half from the
month of Rock Creek and running north
80 chains; theneo east ll) chains; thenco
south St)chains; thence west -10 chains to
polutof commencement.
JOHN CLAUK,
Tor J. 0. Hay.nkn.
Osoyoos, D. C, 20th Aug., 1887.    ArolSinS
m, THOMAS GIFFORl
BI3GS TO ANNOUNCE TO THE TUB-
lie generally that lie lias opcifed a
new.Tcva-lry Store on j
X^rcn-t   Straet,   , j  ■
Where lie will keep ml hnndafuUttock
of I
Clocl-is, Wfttdtos nnd .few-ilry
09   AM.   KINDS. \
Kiiftlloti Untiltrs ii specialty.
Country or-lw w.M lec-'ivc promp
teuii'oii.
AU kiildiiof liRPAUUNO dono In I-
class style ami 'ill wilt ciiarunlecil.
rlWJylttc
On Wednesday, Nov. 10th, at 7 p. ni,,
will bo sold at Russell, McDonald A Co.'s
salesrooms, Vancouver, uhout 0,000 acres
farming lands, the property of Mr, H.
Mathers. Russell, McDonald & Co., auctioneers.  Sec ad v.
glaili) glrifiali Columbian
Friday Kvcnlnc, Set. II, 18OT.
Jenny Lind.
V, T. lJaniuni, gavo a New York
Tribune reporter somo interesting
reminiscences of Jenny Lind a few
days ago. "My autobiography,"
said tbe veteran showman, "gives
nearly all I can say about Jenny
Lind. Her natural impulses were
most noble and good; 1 never diet a
person so susceptible to the wants,
needs or sufferings of others. Mr,
Barnum told a touching story of an
incident that occurred when Jenny
was singing in Boston. "A poor
working girl," he said, "thrust three
dollars into the hands of the ticket
seller at tho Boston Temple for a
back seat at Jenny's concert. On
receiving tlie ticket she said:
"There goes my wages for one week,
but I must hear that good angel
sing." Jenny's secretary, her
cousin, Max Hjortzberg, heard the
remark and immediately went to
the green-room, and laughingly
told it to Jenny. I shall never forget how she jump to her feet and
exclaimed: "Oh, this must not bet
Poor girl sho must not loose her
monoy! It is wicked I Max, take
this money"— handing him a
twenty-dollar gold piece—"search
out that dear oreature and put it in
her hands with my love. God bless
her!" Cousin Max found tho girl,
gave her tho money and message,
and witnessed a flood of grateful
tears from tbe working girl's eyes.
If she is alive to-day she will remember it. "When I was struggling
against the Jerome clock debts, in
1858," Mr. Barnum went on, "I
took my wife and ohildren to London, One duy Jenny's husband,
Otto Goldsmith, called on me and
said, Mrs. Lind, hearing of your
financial misfortune, desired me to
calt on you and see if a few1 hiilitU'
red pounds, or a thousand, will
serve to reliove your presont wants,
I am to hand it to you with her kindest regards, We are now living in
Dresden, and to my wife says if you
will take your family there sho will
glndly lind you nice apartments at a
low rent, and we shall both be glad
to renderyou any service we can."
The kind offer was declined with
thanks, but it showed the charitable character of this almost angelic
woman. Her share of prolit in our
musical campaign, in 1850 and 1851,
was $208,675. Shesangin 'J.1! concerts
She was worth over a million when
she left the United States in 1851,
and this sum has been increased by
occasional concerts in Great Britain, and by the judicious investments of her husband. Kind and
lady-like as Jenny L-nd was, sho had
a horror of meeting strangers, and I
will tell you this story though it is
against myself. During tho first
few weeks of our engagement I introduced to her numbers of ladies
and gentlemen who desired to see
her. She frequently intimated to me
that it was displeasing toiler, butl was
anxious to gratify the people who so
persistently sought an introduction.
One morning ut tho Continential
hotel, in Philadelphia, an esteemed
lady called on me nnd asked for an
iiitiocliiution to the "Swedish Night
in gale." I told her how glad I would
be to gratify lie, but these introductions of strangers were very nnnoy-
ing to Miss Lind, and that I really
dreaded to go and asked her permission. "Oh, do please do so just
this once, for I am dying to speak
to hor," urged my friend, and at last
I reluctantly consented to asked
permission. Miss Lind, 1 said, "I
know you disliko to have mo inf.™
duce strangers simply because they
are friends of mine, and I rcfuso
many such requests daily, but a particular lady friend of my family is
waiting in tho reception room very
anxious to speak a few words with
you. Jenny surprised me by saying with a pleasant smile, "Dear M.
Barnum, how can I refuse you anything! Bring up your lady friend
immediately, by all means." I hastened downstairs, brought up tho
lady, and was delighted to introduce
her. Jenny bowed and received her
graciously, then pointed to a chair
and they both were seated. Jenny's
faco at onco assumed a sober aspect
as she said:—-"Madam, I do not
know what to say to you; we lire
porfect strangers. You havo come
only to gratify au idle curiosity;
what can I say?" I was shocked to
hear this, and to seo my friend turn
as red us scrtrlctwhon shetriodto mako
some excuse. "Oil, do not apologize,"
said Jenny, "I do not blamo
you half us much as I do Mr. Uar-
itinn. llnive warned himoRun nnd now
I urn compelled to give him this
severe lesson, which 1 am determined he shrill neve;- forgot." It is I
needless to sny that I nover did for
got it, nor, seeing the justice of
Jenny's position, did I ever repeat
the offense."
THE CHICAOO ANARCHISTS
Pay lite Penalty uf Tlielr Crime—Par-
lleitlnrn or die Execution,
Special to (he Columbian.
Quioaoo, Nov. 11.—Tho following
bulletins, issued by tlio Associated
Press, givo consecutively tlio events
connected with the itimrchiut executions; ii a. in. Execution will take
place ut noon. Warrants will be road
to the men. It 1b understood there
will be no speech making. The condemned men lost much sleep. At
midnight Parsons sang "Annie Laurie"
before lying down to rest. 10:20. The
police' have just taken Mrs. Parson's
off iti a patrol wagon; she war raising
n disturbance and drawing a crowd, on
being denied admission to. the jail.
The cabinet makers' union has made
an application to the sheriff for Louis
Lingg's body; the sheriff has not yet
mado any reply. 11:20. Parsons is
breaking down, and it is doubtful if he
will give tho speech he intended to.
Fischer is smiling and asserts he is
contented, happy, and glad to die.
The men are eating a final lunch; all
the men took stimulants except Parsons. Dr. Meyer says they are bearing up well. 11:28. Tho sheriff shakes
hands with the men and bids them
good-bye. About 200 persons are
present to witness the execution. AU
cells in tho vicinity aro vacated. 11:33
Spies has been strapped up and
the warrant is being read to Fischer,
11:40. Putting the white shroud on
Spies; he turns pale and haggard.
11:42. Reading warrant to Engel and
putting shroud on Fischer. 11:43.
Spies nsks to havo the strap binding
him unloosened and it is dono. 11:47-
lleading warrant to Parsons and putting shroud on Engel. 12:01 p. m.
Nooses and white cops all adjusted.
12:02, Trap foil. Spies, Parsons,
Fischer und Engel, expiate their
crime and the law is vindicated. 12:09:
The pulses of nil the men have just
stopped beating. No gathering of
peoplo allowed. Police Keeping the
crowd moving. No trouble iB apprehended.   All quiet up to this hour.
FUUBlt   PARTICULARS    Of    THE    EXECUTION.
Chicaoo, Nov. 11.—Rev. Dr. Bal-
tnu arrived at the jail at 7:45 a. m.
ja#f}t J}<}??("11into the cell room. Passing first into Parsons' cell he attempted to engage the doomed man in religious conversation. Parsons had not
yet fi nished his breakfast. What passed
between them was not divulged. . ln
the meantime Spies had called for
paper and envelopes, and when they
wero furnished to him ho began writing. Ho was interrupted by the sheriff, who accosted him nud stood in
front of tho cell door. While they
talked tho sheriff took notes of the
conversation und passed on. Writing
materials were also furnished to Parsons
and Fischer, who immediately set
about preparing Btatoments. Engel
made no request for pen or paper, but
sat stolidly on his bed looking ut the
opposite wall of his cell. At 8:30 a.m.
chief deputy Gleauou arrived with tho
fatal documents authorizing the execution. Glcasou nt once went into close
conference with the sheriff in his private office, and the door was locked
and bolted on tho inside. While thoy
held their conference, Spies' internal
fever had so increased na to induce
him to order ii glusB of Rhine wine,
whicli was brought to him in his cell,
and which ho swallowed at ngulp.
He then busied himself for a few minutes in writing autographs for the
ofiicors attached to the sheriff's office.
Tho prisoners woro asked if they had
any desire for stimulants, and all save
Engel alone replied quietly in the
negative. Engel asked for some port
wine, which was given him at once,
and he gulped down threo large glass-
fuls. Spios asked for water, ami it
seoined that ho was consumed ny a
burning thirst; ho swallowed nearly
two tumblers of tlio pure liquid.
Whilo standing in front of Engel's
cell Dr. Bolton was in danger of becoming involved in a religious controversy, for the condemned men boldly
combat ed portions of tho divine s
theories. Within a few minutes of 9
o'clock a message ctinic from Mrs.
Pai-Bons, through ti bailiff, applying at
the jail for admission. Tlio request
was sternly refused. At 10 o'clock
Parsons, Fischer and Slues asked for
twenty minutes each on tho icaffold
in which to mako speeches. The
sheriff did not immediately return an
auswer to this request, when Fischer
began singing tho Marseillaise, iu
which all tho other prisoners joined.
Fischer continued to make a display of
bravado, and soon after singing tho
Marseillaise he spoke to turnkey Stub-
bin iu a laughing way. Tho main entrance to the jail, through whioh all
who enter must pass, is guarded by u
heavy iron door. Immediately itiside
the door stand two trusty policemen,
armed with breach-loading rifles und
carrying thirty rounds ouch in convenient cartridge boxes, Tho jail
proper is readied hy crossing a narrow court; in this part of tho building
special preparations have beon made
for the reception of unwelcome callers.
Now nnd then u louder voice than
common floats out from the cell room,
when some prisoner has awoke with a
cry; but from tho cells of the condemned only low murmurs of conversation between the guards and their
wards; said ono, "When I got to heaven
I'll put in » good word for you."
Whon Fischer wolto up this morning he
turned to ono of the officers and said :
"I dreamed about Germany Inst night."
Then )io relapsed into silence for a long
period following. Closo upon tho telegraphic report that Gov. Oglesby had refused once for all to commute the sentence the greatest hustle and excitement
prevailed m the jail ofllco, but Spies in
his cell continued writing uninterrupted-' -
ly, the others remained equally. non-
chiillent, notwithstanding the confusion
that marked the beginning of the end.
The voice of Fischer came round and full,
but it quivered just a trifle, a reporter
messed close to the door of the owe and
listened till tlie deep tones died away in
silence The song lasted two minutes.
Fischer's last words were "Hurrah for
anarchy." Parsons, when mask wu put
ou his licud, said: "may I be allowed to
speak, Oh siltuufulness of strangling free
speech". Fischer, Spies and Parsons died
hard, latter struggled and kicked fear*
fully.
All the Anarchists died of strangulation, in no caso was the neck broken. The
manuscripts which Spies, Parsons and
Fischer spent a portion of the morning in '
preparing were in part written statements,
the nature of which would not be dinUg-
ed by any. of the officials. These documents were turned oyer to the sheriff and
this official looked them In His personal '
.safe. ■. ... ~       .;■■■■ >..?'■
BY TELEGRAPH.
Blrh DIsrovrr7*"-tieldwlagHlt|i m
-nrrclal Union.
LAST KIGHT'S DESPATCHK8.
ARMED RESISTANCE.
Dublin, Nov. 9.—J. Douglas Pfcjme,
a Parnellite member of parliament,
having boen summoned for inciting resistance to the bailiffs at the evictions
at Scrahara, has provisioned hia castle
ior a siege of six months, and defies
the police to drag him into court
Payne is a tenant of the Duke of
Devonshire, the father of Lord Hartington, and lives in Lisfarney Castle,
near Waterford. The castle ia an almost impregnable fortification, both
naturally and artificially, and, with
tlie augmented strength that Payne
and his adherents have given to it,
nothing short of an army can dislodge '
its occupants.
THIS AFTERNOON'S DKSPATCHM.
. , A RICH discovery.
Pre^cott, Ariz., Nov. 11,—The richest strike ever made in this territory and
probably in the world has been discover*
ed in Santa Rita mountains, 10 miles
south of here. The ledge was located by
two men named Barriogton and Harlan,
who have only gone down a foot or so on
thoir claim and have taken out about
fl'iOO in three days. A piece of the
rock on exhibition here consista of almost
pure gold. The ledge which is 8 by 13
inches presents every appearance of continuing. Should it'-fail tho fortunate
possessors will realize at least $10,000,
and should it eontinuo no idea can be
formed of the amount that may be taken
out from it.
GOLDWIN SMITH ON COMMERCIAL UNION.
New York, Nov. 11.—The committee
appointed by the chamber of commeroe
to consider the matter of commercial
union between this country and the Dominion of Canada, to-day receded a letter
from Professor Goldwin Smith, in whieh
he says: "By commercial union the fisheries question would be settled more
satisfactorily and permanently than in
any other way. It is hoped also a part
of t lie arrangements should be such an extension of the extradition treaty as would
relieve tlie continent from the incentives
furnished to commercial dishonesty by
the existence of an asylum for fugitives
from justice on each side of the line."
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho Columbian offloe. Prices will be
found as low as at any other offloe ia j
the province — Ado,
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Wholesale city Market
Beef,     per 100 lbs H 4 8 00 A 0 M
Tork "    9 0011000
Mutton       "  .,......«. 10 00011 00
Hldes(gr'n "    5Ml BOO
Potatoes     "   lOOl IM
C-ibbuse     "    110® 1 SS
Onions        "     1600 0 00
Wheat        "   1800 ITS
Oats "    1 AO0 176
Pens "    1600 0 00
Hay,       per Inn Sn 000 0 00
Butter (rolls) por Ih   0 350 0 80
Cheese, "    0100 0 00
Hires,      portion  0 400 0 86
Cordwood (retail) per cord  8 000 4 00
QT. PAUL'S CMtTHCH. Services ev-
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tne Church, Ht. John street, below Boyal
avenue. Boats free, all are cordially In-
vltnl. Sunday School at 2.60 p. ir.
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MRTHODIBT CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev. J, H.Whltp, Pastor. Servioes at
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hii-ic t'l-is-j nt, 2:30 p. m.- AU seatshee;
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month. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited touUend
PETER GRANT,
fosa-to Secretary.
AT  TRAPP'S
AUCTION MART!
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SATURDAY NIBHT NEXT,
The 18th November,
WILL   BB   SOLD   W1THODT   BE-
servo, a large quantity of
FURNITURE
Consist!n_ ot Lounges, Easy Chairs, Hair
and Wool Paillasses, Woven and Spring
Mattresses.-Reading and Blankets,H
Extension Tallica, Cane Seat Chairs, Oil
Paintings, Hath, Heating Stoves, Demi-
Johns, Tm and Granite ware, A lane
lot of GROCERIES, and several casks
of BOTTLED ALE.
The above are the prouerty of M. M.
kn-jusij,Esq.,and the Furniture when
new was of tno most expensive and durable quality; henco bargains may be
looked for.
•j'Saie will commence nt 7.80 Saturday
evening,
Terms Cash.
T. J. TRAPP,
■inoiniii Auctioneer. Jails § ritish Columbian
Friday Evrnl.j, Hor. 11,111111.
In an interview at Ottuwu Dr.
Dawson aaid the whole country
from Oassiar to tlio vicinity of 10-
milo Creek yields more or less gold
in placer deposits, constituting it a
gold-bearing region fully 500 miles
in length by an indefinite width,
which has Ireen comparatively little
prospected.' Prospecting is very
difficult on account of the difficulty
of getting in supplies. News from
Rock Creek still continues very
favorable, and the richness of that
region has been established. Cay-
use Greek continues to occupy much
publio attention. It is unquestionably rich, and will probably bo
thoroughly developed next season.
Reports from the Cariboo quartz
mines present no new features of
importance. A groat deal of work
has been done there, and holders of
stock profess to be very hopeful.
Tho precious metal is there in abundance, if it can only bo taken out
with profit to the workers. Iho
results of this year's mining operations are by no means discouraging.
Th* area of the auriferous territory is being extended, and the way
gradually prepared for future profits.
The fate of the Chicago anarchists is now settled beyond recall.
One committed suicide yesterday,
four wero hanged this morning, and
the remaining two go for life to
states prison. This sequel to the
meeting which took place at tho
Haymarket, Chicago, on the 4th of
May, 1886, was probably not anticipated by any of the persons who
to-day paid the penalty of their
crime. That meeting was held for
the avowed purpose of opening an
armed revolution. It was engineered
by men who had been organizing for
months, getting possession of arms
and explosives, maturing fiendish
plans, and drilling considerable
bodies of anarohists. Among these
men the condemned anarchists occupied a conspicuous and responsible
place. They had been counselling
their followers to make a determined
stand against what they called the
monopolists, preaching the doctrine
that all property should be held in
common, ana that those who wero
without property were justified in
taking it by force, The organization had under its control in Chicago over 3,000 men armed and
drilled, and many of them well
versed in the most effective application of dynamite. The Haymarket
meeting-was, by prearrangement, a
meeting for the purpose of inflaming the workingmen against the
police. Members of the secret organizations were urged to be there
with arms, and with dynamite. A
large number of dynamite bombs
had been manufactured expressly for
the occasion. When the police interfered, one of these bombs was
thrown, and 7 policemen were killed
and about 60 wounded. While pub-
lie sympathy goes out to the families of the condemned anarchists, let
us remember the families of thoso
whom they slaughtered! Death has
been met by death, and the law has
been vindicated.
Our police court report yesterday
disclosed a state of affairs in that
part of the oity known as "the
swamp" whieh seems to call for
vigorous action. There are located
in that region some disreputable
establishments which are a disgrace
to any community, and ought to be
suppressed. From evidence produced in tho court it seems that
these houses, or at least some of
them, are in the habit of regularly
selling liquor to those who frequent
them, and it is reported that gambling also prevails to an alarming
extent Rumor has it that robbery
in these places is systematically
carried on, and that many a man
has been thero relieved of tho pro-
duet of his season's work. The
character of the houses is such that
very few of the victims of those
robberies care to appear in court,
but are willing to suffer the loss
quietly rather than endure the disgrace. It is reported that a number
of young men who move in fashionable circles in this city arc in
the habit of spending a great deal
of their time and money in these
places, and unless repiessive measures are adopted the number of
these will probably go on increasing. The Columbian has on soveral occasions called the attention
of the civic authorities to the evils
arising from theso establishments
being permitted to flourish without
chock or hindrance. The inmates
are in the habit of presenting themselves frequently in publio in such
ways as very greatly to annoy respectable people, who have a right to
took for protection to the authorities.
We have suggested the advisability
of frequently raiding these establishments, and it would be an excellent thing if the polico would
take the names of all persons found
there and post them up on the court
house. There are some men who
are never content until they have
spent all tlieir earnings; but thore
are many others whose lives would
be very different if such temptations
were removed out °t their way, and
it is the duty of the officials lo seo
that these places are entirely suppressed, or at least as muoh as possible deprived of their opportunities
of entrapping innooent jwrsons.
Scrofula
Is one of the most fatal scourges which
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but may be the ifosult of improiior vaccination, mercurial poison, uiulcaiiiiucss,
and various other causes. Chronic Sores,
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I inherited a'scrofulous condition of the
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and, for the past year, have not found it
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I am now in better health, and stronger,
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I was troubled with Scrofulous Sores
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Elizabeth Warnock, &! Apploton stroetj
Lowell, Mass.
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T used Ayer's SarsapariUa. By taking
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00 days nfler dato I Intend to apply
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Works to purchase 100 acres of land situate near Deep Cove, Burrard Inlet, nnd
described ns follow*-*:
Beginning at tho N. E. corner of a lot
grunted orto lie granted to.Ino.WulltHohn;
thonce West <|0 chains, thenco North 10
ehains, theneo East JO chains, thence
South -10 chains to point of commencement THOMAS THORNTON,
Now Wost., Oct. 20,1887. doc24m2
NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of C. II. M.
HUNTER, Deceased.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN all persons who were Indebted to the
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the undersigned. And all creditors of tho
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In and prove their claims on or before tho
SHU day of November, A. D. 1887, otherwise they will bo oxcluded from any benefit to arise from the estate and directs of
the deceased. Such proved claims to he
loft at the otrice of Messrs. ConnouLnA
McColl, my solicitors.
Dated loth day of Ootober, A. D. 1887.
ELIZABETH HUNTER,
doclilml Executrix.
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Lubricating Oils,
HuhbcrUelLlng,
Leather Dolling,
Kmcry Wheels,
Brick Miichliu'B,
HiilHlinglllock,
Ships Ulo.-Us,
Hani ware,
Harness,
Jacket Fire & Mill   Show Cases,
litlH Mlir-hlllt'r!,
Hnildfrs' Kitpjilios,
Hose,
Barb Wins
Wire How,
Rock Drills,
Axes A Edge Tools,
Paints nnd Oils,
Sheathing Paper,
Ready Roofing,
Hrnss Qoods,
Fairbanks Scales,
Iron Tools,
Iron Piping,
Lubrlcatlug Cups,
Plumbers' (jnoils.
Bend for circular of McAvity's Patent
Ono Handle "Bolter Feeder."
FRASER "JTlEONARD,
Iambic 81., Opp, Sewn Olllce,
VANCOUVER, II. C.
dwjy27ta
TESTIMONIAL!
Vanr.nvcr, 33rd June, 1S8G.
MR. O. RORKBTSON,
Vancouver:
Representing Goldle A McCulloch,
Gait, Ont.
Sni.—We'tho undersigned having wit-
iiesHed the terrible fire which wiped out of
t-xlHlencr! the young city of Vancouver,
on thu I'ith inst., have, after the flro, ex-
amlned the safes sold by you, Home of
which irere imt to tho most severe tost,
having been surrounded by largo quantities of lm-d and bacon, and wu are plouuud
to testify to the remarkable manner In
whicli iveryfiafo sold hy you preserved
its eoiiiVnts, not only books anil papers,
but nlelt thousands of dollars In paper
motley were taken out In perfect condition, "tfo can, therefore, with tlie greatest eiitirtiuucrs recommend thorn as thoroughly Ire proof:
It. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pnclflo
Itutlwiy Company:   M. A. MaoLean,
* Mayor John J. Blake, Stipendiary Mn-
glstrab; RIch'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Pfltce; John DoitItbee, Polico Magistrate, Mlty of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
.Instla of tho Peace; Isaac Johns, Co1.;
EtlWfl'd K Rand, Ileal Estato Broker;
Jt. Dfifonr, Alderman; John Rnnkln,
ItealfEstate Broker; Pither A Edson,
Hoyri Hotel; II, F. Kcefer, Contractor,
0. P.R,: J. W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vinconvcr and English Ray; F. f).
InnciA Co., Real Estate Brokers; A, W.
Rossi Heal Estato Broker; Gravely A
Hpinls, Roal Estate Brokers; R. C. Fer-
gusol, MBr. R. C. P. Mills. JeGOtc
IrTO'TZOE-
rpiIilRSOAY,   THII!    17TIT   INSTANT,
JL    having been not, apart, and appointed
by His Excellency tho Governor General
In Council ns u day of General Tbntiks-
gi vine throughout the Dominion, tho Public Olllues will tie closed on (bat dny.
T. BLWYN,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ollloo,
8rd November, 1887, dwnootd
VV. E. FALES,
PRACTICALJINDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dttalor In Wooilen aud Mctallc Burial Caskets. Funerals Conducted,
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parlies ul a distance supplied ut
shortest notlco. Satisfaction guaranteed ln every particular.
dwocitc        Columbia St. Newwost'r.
FOR SALE:
Valuable Property at Spence's
Bridge,
BELONGING TO THE ITNDBRSIGN-
ed, consisting of two Lots,
X.OV X
Contains Sixty-four acres of luml, fo *'y of
which is under cultivation. There la a
large Store, 25x80; a two-ttory Hotel, 00x40;
a lame Stable and stalls for 20 horses;
three Dwelling Houses, with cellars, and
a number of other buildings. Two Gardens, one of them about ono acre nnd a
half, and one of tho bent ln British Columbia, ln which Is growing to perfection
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Grapes,
Gooseberries, strawberries, Currant*,
Raspberries, Ac, Ae, There is also a
Green House, heated by hot water pipes,
and containing a splendid collection of
choice Plants. There is also a Wnter
Ditch with this lot that carries over 100
inches of water.
Contains nbout 250 acres of land.one-third
of which is fit for cultivation. On this lot
thore nre nbout 160 FrnltTrcos.HOOGrnnc
Vines, 100 Gooseberry and Currant. Bushes, nnd one of tho best Water Ditches in
tho country, which cost two seasons ago
■53000.
For any one wishing io go irtto the Seed
and Fruit business, this Is a splendid
chance. The climate Is unsurpassed nnd
tha situation If} tho best in British Columbia for a market along the line of tho C.P.
Railway. There Is already an established
business for seeds, plants, fruits, Ac, amounting lo over Sl.jflO a year, and to ono
who could ninmige nml look nfter It himself a fortune.
For particulars as to price ond terms of
sale, npply to the olllce of thin gaper or to
The British Columbian
the pro.
dwsel2uil
.JOHN MURRAY,
Spence's Bridge.
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
.iwmiriiir   Ts Ri PEARSON-
Auction Sale
Wo will sell by Auction at our Sales-
Kooina,
Cordova St., Vancouver, B. 0.,
 ON	
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   IGTH,
AT 7 P. M.,
By order of Hbsily Mathers, Esq., of
Now Westminster, nearly
CIOOO   AOBB8
CHOICE MUM LAUDS
In Township 14, on tlio South of tlio
Fraser Rivor, District of Now
Westminster,
Tho Property ooiibInIs of tilt) acres in Section H, (MO acres In Section (), Dill nen;« In
Sec. 10, 010 acres lit Hec 17, BOO ncres In Sec.
18, 020 norm In Sec. Ill, 600 acres in Sec. 20,
010 ncres in See. 21, '.W> uurofl In Sec. 27, WO
ncres 1 n Sec. -Jn, nnd 240 acres I u Sec. 20.
Owing toiicomhlnntion of circumstances the property hns lo ho realized upon
thin senson, and (his I;; n rare opportunity
to obtiilu vnluiihle hind cither to settle
npon or for speculation, Township U Is
Hltuntod between Lniigley nnd MAuqul.
two of tho most flourishing settlement!* ln
the Province, nnd tho soil Is tho rlobestof
timirlo and aider bottom, than which
here Is no better farming land on tho
conttnnnt. Somo of the hind Is situated
on the hanks of tho river and at thopro-
HL'iit Mine a road Ih iielin; intllt through
tbo property from tho river to the Yale
wngon rond. It will bo sold ln block or
Rub-dlvlsloiis to suit purchasers, Tho
terniM aro extremely liberal, vlz.i ono*
fourth cash, tho bnlanco In live yearly Instalments with Interest at 7 por cent.
Title Is tho Crown Grnntfi.
In view of tho steadily Increasing value
of Inndln this part of tho Provinco, we
Would respectfully call the nttentlon of
farmers uud speculators to this sale.
RllSSKIil, McllONAU)&(;«.,
dwoc27til Auctioneers.
iiister, B. C.
CAPITAL - $15,000
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EACH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-Class Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
11 H
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BY MAIL, PER ANNUM:
Daily Britisli Columbian, -   -
Weekly British Columbian,
$8 00
2 00
Leading tapper on the Mainland
HAVHUWMITHE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
tWiW CONJIERGIAL PRINTING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At Moderate Rates.
SPECIAL BLANKS RULED & PRINTED TO ORDER
Persons who have not proved hy actual
experience the ability ofthe establishment
to turn out first-class work are invited to
send atrial order.
'kfaxiag'ttr. TRADE MARK FRAUDS.
How tiro English People aro Being Gulled by Foreign Impositions.
Tlio British Houso of Commons lias
ilo-Yotcl ronsidernblo timo to tlie con*
writ ration of I ills relating to morclmn-
t'i;ij n :n\;'. Tliero is do doubt Unit tbo
Iraki iiri rr sts of England have iinponi-
tivv'y lii'ii'iiiided u hearing for theso
brlli. Hie: fid ligures as thorhiofcoin-
] lniimiit. Tiro rutlprs of Shelliirld, as
wa leiir r fnirri tlio London Times, dc-
i into t.mt Sitinyii r goorls are imported
into I in;:, n I iiiiirki'd "stool" anil "cast
nnd,' v.liir-li ;>rc simply "run metal,"
ns it is irirrl r—Hint s to say, they aro
not sttirl i'-v nil.' A p.rir oi scissors of
li'is run Hiatal is ni-mnlly oiTirred for
i-..li! nt tli.r piice of .ono penny, and
i|iirrnt ties lire Eol.l iu uirrerent districts
1. fore I'liyt-rs disi'over thnt they have
been lol I iilso. 'J tie nriisors nro sliupoly
enori'rli and worrit bo useful if they
could Ire made to out anything.
der uu uiiinii'iiirtrti'e'gare imitating
the Inrsi known Knglish goodB, and aro
coiisirriuir; to' Wii-Ululil packages of
eutler.' ii r rkwl l.ork'Ow, to be b il on
the flivn j li oi the iv',im,ition o! Iiodgers
itiSo'nr. *lor the Iri-mli American anil
Hast India ti-ndo tho counterfeits an
even 11,01*0 numerous, and it is not
net'ossni'/ to employ equal care and cost
iii their tin-'ciuiun. On ouo side of Ihn
blitSs of tin tnifo \vero tho words
"Kotgon', supork r' quality," nnd on tho
other ri.lri two irocsea, instead of tho
Rodgr r. tn trie of a cross and star.
Tho , Umax of imposition is reached
InthjMrVi ulont iiho oi what orrs known
to the-111 lo as DHiJil names. Asnn
instance o this n label was put In dvl-
denr'O which hud been taken from goorls
exported from Germany to tho I nited
Btates. It horo the imposing inscription
of tin *'. hullield Knife Company;
Yiv'.oi'in Works, founded IS:-*/, Uuoen
I- ir el, fr'ho rii'ld, ling., cutlers to her
A.njesty.' Many buyersof iheso knives
in this'country may bo grieved to leant
that there is no such firm ns the Sheffield lv: i 0 I'oitipnny, no such works as
th 1 Victoria Works, and 110 cutlers on
(tiieeu-itreet. These ft'rrrrl.) nro by no
lrieruis t'untiiM'd to. curl / nnd hard*
wiire, 1.ut*|'tv.td ihrYtii': 1 *6t..i'i' varied
lines of goo is. i Itris t'hlrri8.itit Mnrvey
jiiupowder is srrnl'to tha unwary In
jrlrtiro of C riis au 1 Harvey powder, and
iinuiisowanil l.iriidoiiapjicrii'saslloun-
s'.o rr a ni 1 on .on. ln thu latter caso
only closo oi.is I'y. 1 ton would be likely
lo detect tlrj louuioilei*.
As an oils t to these piratical raids on
the homo market, thu Tunes Is obliged
to confess thnt 1 nglish manuiairturens
are not behr.i I hnnd in giving lor. ignore
n Holnnd for iliulr Oliver, I y sending
itnitatio- s of foreign geo is* to other
countrie.r. Thus u. Birmingham firm
hus heal executing large orders for
French indosntun requiring pens
stumped w'th tho name of the ostensible
FreUsrh 111 "i'it,iclrir.rrs nnd varied devices sn t ,1 tr r iii'is'.an taste. So razors
havo been s ut out ''witi-rantcd Ham-
bnrg, iriound' or "German ground"
when tlio nietnl wis not German and
was never touirh'-il by 11 Herman grindstone. Tho 1'n Iish watchmakers havo
been parti -ttliiry lluttored in the couns
. of the investigation, lt appears that
there is a rapidly growing custom of
tilling 1'nglisn "had marked" cases
with Swiss or German works, though
the "hall mark" is deemed a guarantee
that th' W'ir'ks are of English make. It
was fttrt a,r shown to tha dissatisfaction
of tho co.iiriiitt re, thnt tho mainsprings
nnel chains of "i n.'lisli-rando watches"
co ne ns n I'ulo from abroad, so that it
is h r ly ever accurate to speak of on
irnii elv 1 iibII.Ii wntelt. And next to
lir r watchmakers, tho cigar inannfacu
Hi'ers nnd dealers uro harassed by tho
cnriel ision of thb eoriinritto that the
I nl:; of "Havana cigars" come from
Holland, Bremen and Westphalia,
-    '     ""i    ( f l|
A» InfUdtai StpeOlnt.
The latest application of carbonic acid
gas was on Ingenious plan for extinguishing a fire in a mine. The Calumet
and Heels copper mino in the upper
peninsula of Michigan is the most extensive mine in the world. Eight weeks
ago Iho timbers which support the
pumps and "man-engines," which are
very extensive, caught flro on the 1,000
foot lovol. The entrances to the mine
were hermetically sealed and it was
thought the tire could be extinguished
hy Bteam, which was poured into tho
level in great quantities through a four-
ineh iron pipe extending five hundred
feet into the mine. Prof. Alexander
Agassis, of Boston, president of the min-
in; company, arrive*! on the seen*a
few days after the fire broke ont, Ho
conceived the Idea of flooding the'mine
witii carbonic acid gas. Chemicals
were procured and the gas was manu-
fn lured in great quantities and forced
into the mine by heavy pressure from
. tlie engines. The plan was entirely
siieir sgfnt, and when the mine was
opened u tew days later, not a trace of
lire remained. An engine was set to
work pumping out the gas and another
1 to forcing in fresh air, and it is hoped
Unit the air will be such as to permit
work to be speedily resumed.
BrJfu«*to In Owrie*.
. The bishop of Ajaccio was on hia
way from a diocesan meeting at Piedlc-
roee, when be was stopped about eight
miles from that village by two men,
who, presenting .at the same time their
r rl r, ordered him to get out of his car-
ringe. lie obeyed their injunctions and
uttered to nccomnnny thorn, thinking
t'r it one of them had carried off some
young girl and wanted him to perform
ih" iiiiiriage ceremony. He wss soon
undeceived* for their motive was not to
extort money- from him but to extort
mnii him a promise that ho would remove tho curoto of a village ln the
neighborhood who had offended them.
T.ur bishop had no alternative bnt to
proiiiisi tlmt he would do so, and the
iiiigrin Is Ibon decamped, leaving him
in Mich a nervous condition that Ee has
birorr ill over since.
owing to tlie misplaced leniency of
jury trfn, who bring in verdicts nccom-
paiiMI by extenuuting circumstances,
tlir-iu lias been a great ■'ncroiiBO of brigandage the lost few years, there being
it rite present time more than five hun-
iir "I brigands in the forests who sue-
c e I III eluding the pursuit of the genii trees and do not scruple to meet
i.iuiii in open fight. _^
How some of onr guns came to bo
e lied muskets is a queer circumstance,
M nsliet is the name of the male young
0, tlio sparrow. As gunpowder came
into use at a time when hawking was
i.i fashion, the Weapon used to kill the
U'i'iie was named after the gntno Itself,
in. 1 ml tie because tho male sparrow-
hawk 01' I'ngland preyed upon weaker
birds 11111 brought them down to tho
inrih and to death. That was just what
lite gun did, hence the name. It is
now in order to ask what year gun-
i>,ttiler was invented and at what Celebrated battle was It Ant used, Can
you tell ?
A FASHIONABLE INVENTER.
A Rich liml Pretty Yoring Sintet} Leader
la n Kew Ilolo.
"Who did that?"
"Why do you ask?"
"iieranso it. raiiR have been invented
by a man who knows till about bridge
building and I djdn't know any ono of
tiio namo ou this model in that lino of
business."
"Well," returned the patent solicitor
in whose oll'rco a reporter was examining the model of a machine for making
Wire tope, "it was invented by a pavoii
who couldn't build a bridge across 11
canal unless there were plonks at hand
long enough to reach from shore to
shoro."
"'Who did invent It?"
"A woman."
"A woman ?"
"Yes, and the wife of a Wall Btroot
bankor."
"How did she happen to do it?"
"I'll toll you. One day in her sewing
room sho wanted to twist sonic worsted.
Whet.icd several ways and finally hit
upon a spool and the device yon see in
this model. That night she read in tho
evening pnper about "tho difficulty wire
rope makers experienced in twisting
tbo strands. It ocirttrad to her that hor
contrivance might be mado useful in
this connection.
'■(il course ber husband helped her
put it in shape?"
"Of course ho did nothing of thnt
sort. Ho ridiculed tho idea. She worked on it a while and then brought it to
ine. I had a model made, and then
procured a patent. Last week a San
IVjitatgeo. firm of wire rope milkers
olierod my pretty iiiiulaiii—for site is
just as pretty as clever—$2 3,111)0 cash
for hor invention and a royalty that
will amount to as much more. Tlio
papers were signed on Monday and tho
cheek is now lying nt madam's creditin
her husband's bank."
"A lorutuato wife for a man to havo.
lie need not work so hard now."
"Lot it be said to his credit" con-
eluded the solicitor, "that he bas refused absolutely to touch one cent of
the money and he will not allow her
good fortuno to interfere with tho allowance ho always makes ber. The
money is hers mid hers alono to spend
or save—whichever sho pleases."
FAMILY MATTERS.
It is with tho sweetest radiance of tho
face as with a true and simple smile - it
is almost impossible to manufacture
either artificially.
lt is n mistako fatal to all prosperity
to suppose that it is the kind of work,
and not the quality, that reflects honor
on tlio workman. Tho really honorable laborer in any department is tho
ona who b'dongs thore by right of his
capacity, and who spends his best energies in doing his work well.
• Tho root of good brooding is caro for
others, not for oneself. Good breeding
is the perfume of unselfishness. If wo
think of what others would liko — what
wo should desiro in their place — wo
must of necessity be well bred. If we
think only of our own desires, wo are
just as much of necessity ill-bred, no
mnttor whnt our social status.
Tho silver hairs and tho furrowed
brow and tho tottering steps must all
come ere ever wa fully reahxo the unwelcome truth that in rr'l our schemes
11111 prospects oi enjoyment du a 10a
alono It is lent enchantment to the vi rw,
Hint under tho fairest plea-nivs thero
have over lurked insidious 11 rorris, and
that tho gorgeous shapes Hint  havo
lloated boforo uB in golden initstitlleeniro
hnvo boen but as monster souihblib'olcs
which'tlie fint breath of air has mnii-
hilatotl. ..     .
LIMITED BEXEVOLEXClt.
Th-ro nro persons who melt into tears
oi pity at tlio Bight of sorrow, who sudor
with tho stiUcring of others and .re'olr 0
in their joy, who are tender mid nent 0
in t.ioir manner, showeriiv: kindly
vords and Bympnthotiegr•iiiinrM0 1 all
whon they meet, but wl.ne beno.vo-
letiiru mills just there. When it comes
lu u'tuully giving or iloinri or denying
sell (or others' welfare, they seem impotent. Thoy have expended themselves
in feeling, and there is nothing loft. Of
couiso this refers to sueh as nro able to
givo -not lo thoso who cannot.
noim
Homo is what we make it. It may
bo a sacred refuge, or it may bo a mere
place of call for breakfast anil dinner
anil a sheltor for tho sleeping hours
when there is nothing nhrond to keep
men awake. It mny bo destitute of attractions—a tolerated spot, instead of n
I'ovcte r ltnvi-11. If this ire the case, tbo
fault is wilh those who by their own
Conduct make it uninviting. Homo
may bo a moro prison, well furnished
or otherwise, for tlio women of .tho
household, whilo tho mon look abron I
for their interests and diversions, if
the women do break bounds sometimes
and find their amusements abroad, what
truant husband has a right to bt.imo a
truant wifo? And, when hns'mn In and
wives are runngndes, wlto need ir r surprised that tho children prefer "all outdoors" to all that they cun find indoors?
AITBARANCES.
Tho man who lives beyond his moans
to keep up appearances, or who proles*
see to lie ablo to do what lio cannot do,
or who pretends to know what ho do s
not know, or who apes a virtue which
he poasesses not, works very hard for
veiy poor returns. _fi. -Smt. has tho
satlsfJo«uii ot Saving deceived!!few
superficial people for a longer or 11
shorter time, and having obtained from
them certain considerations that thoy
would never havo hcstnwod with open
eyes. Perhaps his family hns been tolerated in fashionable circles, or ho hits
force I himself into some oliiec of trust
and responsibility which he has not tho
ability to fill, or has received applauso
and ft rntrr, which he knows ho do s not
dis.'rve. Thoso nro tiro utmost results
for which ho can hope in return for all
the labor, pain, fonr, and dcgrodatioii to
whieh ho has submitted, liven thoso
can last but a short timo. The thin
disguises he has assumed will soon bo
pcnetrittod; tho small gains ho has extractor! will be wrested from him; bis
poverty of purse or mind or character
will bo exposed, and whatever real
merit ho may possess will bo buried beneath the ruins of pretence, l'roin
ench a downfall how fow are able to rise
to a life of honest reality 1
With increased trade facilities and a
falling exchange, tho exports nf India
Ittivo been increasing tiirirrellonsiy;
since 1ST!) wheal bus leaped from :',n.ii),-
(IJO to 5li,0ilil,iuu Inislieis, thu cxprp'ti
from tho United Suites fal'.irig Inn'
1^^,000,000 to hjss than 7S,0ut),0U0 bush
els.
A Cot.ii.iii.SIBfirii scientist publish 'n
an nnalvsis of a kiss, tidier st.ck I"
baking powders nnrl tli 1 sod 1 writ r o^
commerce. Th'' scientist cannot deteel
an adulterated kiss,
Your Children
Are constantly exposed to danger from
Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to tho throat and
lungs. For such ailments, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, promptly administered, affords speedy reliof and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which mnny of our eliildren were
afflicted, wo used, during the past winter, with much satisfaction, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Por this affection, we
consider this preparation the most efficacious of all tlio medicines which havo
come to our knowledge.—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Homo for Little
Wanderers, Doncastor, Md.
r My children have heen peculiarly subject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
find any offoctivo remedy until I commenced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cures the complaint.—David G. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
In my family for many years, and
havo found it especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. Tills medicine allays
all irritation, provents inflammation from
extending to tlio lungs, and quickly subdues any trntlcnuy to Lung Complaint.
-J. B. Wellington, Plainvillo, Mloh.
I find no medicino so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, as Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It saved the lifo of my
littlo boy, only hIx months old, carrying
him safely through tho worst case of
Whooping Couch I ever saw.—Jane
Malone, Plney Plats, Tonn. ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J.O.AvorSt Co., Lowell,Mm*.
SoldbyuUbruiiylBts. l'ricofl; Blx bottloB,»5.
Business Directory.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advert iuements appear tn the BniTisii Columbian. It has
been found true, nn a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally aro liberal In their
dealings, and many persons make It a
rule to give pi-efcnmce In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson Columbln St
W. Norman Bole ColumblaBt
Branch Ofllce at Vancouver.
Corbould A McColl .....McKenzie St
Branch Office at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. M. Cooper Church St
lir. I, M, McLean McKenzie St
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson St
DENTAL.
C. E. C. Brown Columbia st
E. A. Smith McKonzlo st
INSURANCE.
\V. J. Armstrong [fire] Court House
H. V. Edmonds MoKenzlo St
T. K. Pearson [firo A llfo] Columbia St
Hand Bros. [aro,lifoAac,(l,t]tMcKeu/.leSt
Branch Offices nt Vancouvor A Vic.
Turner, Beoton &Co. Hire] Victoria
Woods,Turner A Gnmblo
[fire, life & ticcidcn*] ColumbiaSt
REAL   ESTATE AUENCIE9.
W. N. Bolo Columbia St
Corbould A McColl McKenzie St
II. V. Edmonds McKenzie St
Hand Bros McKenzie St
Woods, Turner & Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ac,
Clow A Mntduro Columbia st
0. W. Grunt McKenzie St
CONTRACTORS A BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros New Westminster
Beckett A Co McKenzie at
FURNITURE.
W. E. Fales Columblast
UNDERTAKING.
W. E. Fales , Columblast
BRICK-MAKERS.
Beckett A Co... McKenzie st
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. Trapp Columbia St
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser A Leonard..... Vanoouver
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. It Pearson „ Columbia St
PRINTING A RULING.
TheColumblau Steam Printing Establishment Columbia St
STOVES A TINWARE.
R. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co.. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C. J. Robson ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin. Front St
O.G. Major Columbia St
0. McDonough Front St
DRY GOODS, Ac.
Bon Mnrche, .....ColumbiaSt
Jas. EUard A Co .* ColumbiaSt
W. Rao Columbia st
HARDWARE.
H. T. Read A Co Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Mnrche Columbia st
Jas, Ellard A Co Columbia st
Misses MoDougalt Columblast
TAILORING.
8. A. Fekole ColumblaBt
F. M. Leahy Columblast
WOOD * COAL.
W. tt. Austin FrontBt
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, Ao.
U.S. Curtis A Co ColumbiaSt
A. M. Kcrrliig Columbia st
BUTCHERS.
Robt. Dickinson ......Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake ColnmblaSt
Thomas Glflbnl Front st
DLACKSMITIUNGa>*i   CARRIAGE
Thos. Ovens Columbia Ht
Rold A Currle Columbia St
HOTELS.
Farmers Home {.Holden] Church St
LIVERY, AV.
Mainland TranBforCo ColumbiaSt
BOOTS A SHOES.
H. Kelts Columbia St ,
W.C. Loye ...Clarkson k1 '
Wm. Ross Columbia st
BAKERY.
A. Dlebel t..n....Frf-nt Si.
NURSERIES.
G.W.Henry.,...'. , Port Hammond
E. Hutchersou Lnduers
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton Church st
Rudge A Monck.... New Westm! nstf-r
Hew Westminster District.
NOTICE IS 1TEUEBY GIVIBN THAT
the Reservation whieh was plnccd
on tbe lauds within lln1 hnuiHlnries of
Township* 111, 14, III. 17.111,20. SB, 2. 25, 2-1,
iti,SflnndiW,not.)(-oof whion wasiiuiillsb-
ed in1ho"Brltlt-liCiilumblnnn/.ottn.» and
dated 1.1th April, IS78. line beon natu'elled,
Crown Inndswltbln thai aron will bo opon
for pre-emption nml purclHin**- ou and
alter the 1st day of Fnbrnnry, W«.
F. G, VEHNfiN',
ChlefCommissionorof LniulH A works.
Lands A Works Depnrtmonl.
Victoria, B. 0., Novombeillrd, 1SS7.
dwnnllld
A RARE CHANCE
 FOll A—
FINE FARM.
MY ONLY SON BEING DEAD, J DE-
slgn to retire from farming. I therefore oifer to sell my Homestcttd.one of tbe
best Farms on tlie Lower Fraser. The Estato contains 216 neroK, including over a
ncres of Orchard, wllh House aud large
Barn. WM. KENT.
Ladner's Landing, Aug. fclrtf, 18S7.
dau^'eot-wSllc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN & DEALETUN
Frnlt ami Ornamental Trees,
Ladner'6 Landing, B, C.
mHE SUHSORIBER W1RIIER TO IN-
X form the peoplo of British Columbia
that lie has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to till
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornuniental
Trees, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees Imported or home grown according to tbe wishes of customers. The
subscriber hns had a thorough practical
training in the business, and having a
permanent stake ln tbe country il, Is his
Interest to deal fairly with the public. Ho
will wait upon the various towns and sot-
tlemonts shortly, and all ordors will have
his personal attention.
au!2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
3MC Jk*. x aw X. Jk. MT x>
Transfer Comp'y
NEW WE8TMINSTKK, B. €.
HACK   RATES.
From the Stand to any one point
south of Royal Avenue.e'ch person,!   25
From the Stand to any one point
within the city limits, one person...    uO
Each additional person      25
To or from Steamer or Train—same
as above.
Driving by tho hour—flrst hour.  2 50
Following hours—eaeh   1
Hack to Vancouver and Return 10 00
"     Port Moody and Return-  7 Q
Stables, <'olmul>ia Street.
dJcQte Telephone Calls—16 A 93.
Showing the Dates and Plaees of
Courts of Assize, Nisi Prlus, and
Oyer and Terminer, for the
Tear 1887.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ On Vancouver Iiland ]
Victoria Mondny... lflth May.
Nanaimo Tuesday ,..,.,.7th June.
[ On Mainland ]
NowWof*tmlu8ter..Wedne8dny...4th May.
Kamloops Monday  6th June.
Clinton ...Monday 13th June,
FALL ASSIZES.
[ On Mainland ]
Rlclifleld Monday 12th Sept.
Clinton Wednesday.. 28th Sept.
Kamloops Monday... 3rd Oct.
Lytton Mondny loth Oct,
NRwWestmlnster..Weduenday...OthNov.
T On Vuncnnver Island ]
Victoria Monday 28th November.
Nanalmo Tuesday Oth December.
 dap26td	
What Physicians Say About the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption hns for some
tlmo been recognized by Medical Men to
be tho most simple and effectual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigivns, "Curatives," but lu eases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, .successful
treatment was practicably Impossible until the introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad, It costs less than a single prescription nnd Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosiny. Worn immediately over
the sent of Disease, Its curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and on-
feoblcd Organs, continuously and direotly,
as required to Insure ln return their healthy action and original vigour. It Is com-
fortablo to the patient and pleasant In its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
Tho Starr Kidnoy Pod accomplishes positive, decisive results. A moro valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was nevor made.—Medical Gazette
The Starr Kidney l*ud, manufactured
in Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain in the small ot the back, sides, etc,
firoducing urinary disorders, suoh as too
rcquent, soanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms
etc.. denoting tho presence in tho system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive orgnns—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Brlght's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc Send for pamphletto LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Acents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING und D. B. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster; T. McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. McUOWELL
A CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL1 Yale: W.
It. MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops, dwae23yl
[UB.]
HUGH NELSON.
OANADA
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Ireland, Qvkkk, Dofcndorof the Faith,
Aa, Ac, Ao,
Thall to whom these Presents shall come—
KKTING.
A PROCLAMATION.
1. WHEREAS
'') ,W Itisprovhl-
P, A'., IltVINO,
Deputy Attorney •Oenml ... :,.,--.,-
fld byBOotonfl, of an Aot passed by the
Legislature of British Columbia. In the
fiftieth year of our relffD, Intituled "An
Aot tn repeal fin part) the -Human Dyking
Act, 1878.'*' that Iho said Act nhall not
como Into force until a dny ta be named
ln a Proclamation liy Iho IJ-<uto»nnt-
Goveruorand published in the British Columbia Gazette. And whereas out said
Lieutenant-Governor, by nnd with tlie atl-
vlcn of his Executive Council,Bus beon
pleased to name t.hn Thirly-firs dny of
January.oiii'lliouHiiniliiiKlitbumrcdand
eighty-eight, ns the day on which he said
Actfihnlieoiue iulo force,
NOW KNOW YE therefore thu in pursuance thereof, Wo <lo hereby jroclnlm
the said Thlrtv-flift day of Jam uy, one
thousand eight hundred and elpll y-elght,
as tlm dayon whioh thfi sain "j nt to repeal (In part) the 'Sumas Dyhng Act,
1878,'" shall como into force.
In Testimony Whkiikok, 1 e have
caused thes-1 Our letters tijbu mado
Patent, and the Great He_ of the
said Province to bo llOl'elinn affixed:
WiTttraw, tbo Honouraba Huun
Nelhon. Lieulonnut-Oovdnoi' of
Our said Province of tlrltlslColumbia, In Our Oily of Vlctoi'lnlin Our
sahl Province, this Iwenty-sWth dny
of October, In Hie yenr of (hr Lord
One thousand eight bundid nml
cigbty-Koven, and in lite illy-first
year iif Our Reign.
By Command.
dwooDlml
T. ELWYN..
Deputy Provluolu]
Hcc'y.
IMPERIAL
mi INSURANCE leMVi.
1 Old Broad St. and Id Pau. Mali,,
LONDON,
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, .ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on hoard i>uch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR 0AMAGK BV WUB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every inforum
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. AMSTB0N6,
Agent for New Wcstuiinsti-i
ration Life
ASSOCIATION.
uimrauirtt Capital..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
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 has no schemes of insurance, but the
well-establlBbed lines, hence the polioy
holdcrRcdnnotbe misled us to their contracts.
Ita statements to the public can be readily understood, Its cash statement showing overy item of income and how expended.
Its position Isnscertnlned annually from
a detailed valuation ln which every item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress has boon unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Cauuda.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltable after two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable basis. The profits to one class of
fiolicy holders are not lessoned to give
argcr profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Conditions an to Besldence and
Travel.
J. K. MaoDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Wostinlustet
Jc7-2mo-aittrniitc.
i i wm,
DEllKB A I51P0RTHB IM
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
 AXD	
GROCERIES
TDST RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all trlmilirs and material of DRESS
GOODS, including Castimores, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Velveteens nnd riuslies. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *o. Grey, Wllite,
Scarlet aud Cheeked FLANNELS. i.A-
DIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladles Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, nil prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, to., ke.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Lino Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, kc Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool ami Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' and
001118* RUBBER GOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
{Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Connteqianea, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
und Cow*srs.
1\ GROCERIES
Everything found hi a firat-elana Establishment, and none but the best. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I dan'l DtlNir Client? flood* l don'lbny
litem or heep them, >>nt I ofl'er you tli..
in .i ntnl ni .in- ImvcM prtifo theyenn he
rtoM nl, nnd yen net wlmt we represent
tlno'lHtc
THEGLOBEHOUSE
Has Received a Large Stock of
Fall-Winter Press Goods!
PLUSHES, VELVETS, RIBBONS, HOSIERY, 6L0VES.
Ladies' & Cliildren's MerolotMiig,
Also, a Fine and Well Selected Stock of
ma: mMa.m-mit>j'm*2 mm my
Imported from London, Eng.
S^GOODS SOLD AT MODERATE PRICES.
-xr_h_z.    -K.A.E,
docllrr A*eX—NAa.O>mn.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UND & INVESTMENT ABEICY, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 Hew Broad St., ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON hu been merged In the «bore Comjuny
anil vill be'eaniod on by the Company from this date aa a general Land Invemxnt
and .Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Lots and Faming
Lauds for Sale on easy terms.
Vlelorln, B. 13., May 18tb, 1887. dwJeJU
READ! READ! READ
H. T. READ & CO.
Ewen's Cannery, ColumbiaSt,
Have Just Received and are 0peniug«0ut
a Full and Complete Stock of
HARDWARE
■I   ■ hat ,ff   i
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Etc.
We invite Contractors and Carpenters
to inspect our Stock and Prices before
dwocUtc
Purchasing
W. 0. LOYE,
Fashionable M ni Shoe Uaker.
Rcpnlrlug Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
Work a Specialty,
MTOrdars promptly amended to.
Clarkion St., Inrrnrof Colonial Hotel, next to Blind Bros.' ofllce.  dnoitfl
PATENTS,
Cnvc-ats, Ile-i mi nee and Trade-Marks
si-enrt'd, and nl) other patent cnuriRs lu
tlio Patent Ofllco and boforo tho Courts
promptly nnd carefully attended to.
Upon receipt of model or sketch of Invention, I make careful examination, and
mlvlsi' an to patentability, Free of
Llinrgc*
FEES MODERATE, und I make Nt)
CHARGE UNLKss PATENT IS 8E-
CUKEP. Iufoniintion,ii'lvlconndspecial
references sent on application.
J. R, LITTELL, WASlllNOTQK, 0. G.
Opposite V. H. PntontOfllcp.        dnoiitc
W.R. AUSTIN,
HEALER IN
km\ tay.se!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
K!a3r and IFeed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AND COAL OELIVERIvn TO
ANV PAMT OF TIIE CITV.
Wu run t.v-ostagefi dally,exooptSundays,
lo Port Moody, carrying H.M.8. mails.
As no llfpior or tobacco turned we can by
tetnpovftte linbHs and careful economy
nervu the publlo at especially tow rates.
dwsoMtc
GUARDIAN
Insurance Coi'j
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, J18.000.000
UrBABLI'l .
ESTABLISHED 1891
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
docile AQ»NT.
NOETH
co:M::F.A.:N"3r
Capital, $3,000,000;   lows
Paid, J48,000,000
I»»bUdiMI *»«!»
Rates m Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
sw IUsks promptly taken, and Loves
satisfactorily ndjustod.
T. R. PEAR80N, THE  DAILY  COLUMBIAN
pub Lien ed
Every 4ftcrooou except Sunday*
BY TUB
British Columbian Prihtikc Company (Iihited.)
At the Company's Stoum Printing Establishment, Colnmbla Ht.
BY   MAIL:
For 12 months 38 00
For 8 months %%>
For Smooths « 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
Kor 12 months Sip 00
(for fl months « «...   0 25
Per month      w
Per week      •»
Payment ln all cases (except for weekly
.rate) to be made lu advance.
AlVtITIIIIIQ MTU FOR THE DAILY.
Trutlcat AdvertbeMeBts.-Flrst 1 nsei-
tlon, 10ots. per Hue solid nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive insertion,Sots, par
line. Advertisements not inserted every
day, 5 ots. per line each Insertion,
fttudlM AdverMsemenis.-lU'puliir
Business or Professional Advert I some nts
will be received atfollowlngrates: llnch,
p per month; 2 Ins. |S; M col. 55.80; % col.
#0.-75; 1 co). 119. If Inserted for less than 5
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special JMtaa among reading matter,
99 ets. per line eaoh Insertion. Specials
ealllng attention to advertisements, 10ets.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, }1 for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices ln connection
with deaths, 60 ots. eaoh Insertion.
Aaeltea Hales, when dlsplnyod, charged
25 per cent, less than transient advts, If
Milid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
lu*ed overy W-MUenday Morning.
Delivered In the City, per year. 8X00
Mailed, per year 2.00
Mailed, 6 months. 1.25
WtlKLV A0VUT1IIHQ RATES.
Traailrnt Ad vertlsemenls.-FH st inser*
tion, loots, per line solid nonpareil; sub-
sequent Insertions, 6 ota. per Hue.
. ItaadlM Adverllseuents.-For 1 Inch,
$1.50por mnnth; 21ns.82perm.; 3ins.S2.00
per m.; 1 eol. 512.75 per m. If inserted for
loss tban it mos, 10 per cent, wilt be added
to these rates.
Speolal notices among reading matter,
30 flit, por Una eaeh Insertion.
Cats must be all metal,and for largo cuts
sn extra rate will be charged. No advt,
inserted In either issue for less than $1.
jMTPersons sending In advertisements
should be careful to state whether they
art to appear ln the Dally Edition, or tbo
Weekly, or both.
P. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
W.C. T. U M. DeBeck
Appointment Prov. Sec.
fails fritish Columbian
rrldny Bventag, Nov. II, INT.
Herring's opem house has beon
roofed iu.
Seven carloads of freight arrived last
night and threo went out.
Oapt. Peele predicts another Revere
itorui wme time during the night.
Hayes and Mcintosh, of Vancouver,
drove a herd of cattle over to Vancouver this morning.
The steamer Yosemite cleared for
Victoria this morning with 50 tons of
freight and a numbor of passengers.
It takes 25,000 people packed as in
apolitical meeting to fill an acre.
One dentist can do it in a single hour.
fr'TW1 Wfcifc-abip Parhin took t!76
. fihttiaMeli'Trom" Vafrfcoiit'ef yesterday,
ii«d'expects to get 150 more at Victoria.
The steamer Rainbow left for Victoria this morning with 50 bates of hay,
a quantity of other freight and 10
ptssengera.
Thos. Sabin, of Eglington, says: "I
hsve removed ten corns from iny feet
With Holloway's -Corn Cure." Reader,
goiHAilUIWHltewUo:
(' Tho largest buck of the season, was
brought down on the str. Irving last
night tor W. H. Vianen. It will
weigh over 200 lbs. when dressed.
One trial of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will convince you that it has
no equal ss a worm medicine, Bny a
bottle, and see If does not please you.
Mn. Trew will resume her music
pupils on Monday, the Uth inst., at
tha usual hours. She is anxious to receive a few more at her residence,
#tty st. dno94t
The Officers and men of battery "C"
arrived at Vancouver yesterday afternoon and immediately proceeded to
Viotoria on the str. Louise. They
were cheered by the people on the
wharf.
Avoid the harsh, irritating, griping
compounds so often sold as purgative
medicine, and correct the irregularities
of the bowels by the uso of Ayor's Cathartic Fills. They are invaluable as a family medicine.
Any person who wishes to seo the
kind of oeef produced by tho bunch
grass of British Columbia should call
at Mr. Dickinson's butcher shop.
There is on exhibition there, as tine
beef as one oould wish to soo.
A single bottle of Ayer's SarsapariUa
will establish tbe merits of this medicino
as a blood purifier, Many thousands of
people are yearly cured of chronic diseases by the faithful use of this remedy.
It is unequsled for the cure of scrofula.
The. water in the Coquitlam has
risen as high as the level of tho railway bridge and part of tlie sido track
at the junction was submerged. The
water is reported to be going down
slowly and it is expected no serious
damage will result from the freshet.
Thepeopleof this country have spoken, They declare by their patronage of
Dr. Thomas' Eolectrio Oil, that they belters tt to be an article of genuine merit,
adapted to the cure of rheumatism, as
well ss relieves the pains of fractures
and dislocations, external Injuries, corns,
Impious, piles, and other maladies.
**J6hn," said a farmer's wife, "afore
we start fer home I think I'd ought to
have that tooth pulled but It's ached
the hull day." "I know, Mariar,"
replied John, dubiously; "but by the
time we get that jug filled an tho plug
terbacker we hain't gain' to have muoh
lelt to spend on luxuries."—.tf. Y.
The steamer Irving arrived from up-
river ports last night at 10 o'clock.
Her cargo consisted of 100 boles of
hay; 3 tons of lea, 100 boxes of apples,
10 horses, 10 lambs, 25 bbls of lime,
35 bales of bides and a quantity of dairy
produce. She left for Chilliwhack
this morning, with freight and pas*
rfengers. mmm^tmmmK^^m____mm
Thosb TWIN F°eh to bodily comfort,
Dyspepsia and Biliousness, yield when
warlTwaged against thorn with North-
rop A Lyman's vegetable Discovery ond
Dyspeptic Cure. Its use abo insures the
removal of Kidney and Uterine maladies,
snd promotes unobstructed aotion of tho
bowels. The purity of its ingredients Is
another point in its favor. As a blood
purifier ft has no equsl. It is also a
great favorite with the ladles.
The World's W.C.T.l'.
Wo arc requested to say that thero
will bo a prayer meeting in thu basement uf tho Daptist church at 3 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon undor tlio auspices
of tho W. C. T. U. Tlio meeting is in
accordance with arrangements uiado
by Miss Williiu-d for simultaneous
prayer thoughuut tlio wholo world.
Uudor tho samo arrangements, temperance sermons will be preached in
ucarly all evangelical churches throughout tho civilized world noxt Sunday.
Mr. JciiiiH lufourl.
Mr. K. A, Jenns, who in associated
with the law firm of Mossrs, Corbould
& McColl, mado his first appearance
yesterday as counsol before tlio court
of assize. Tho cose in which he mado
hifl debut was that of Regina vs. Dempster, and ho conducted it in such
a way as to mako a most favorable impression upon all presont—and obtained a vordict iu favor of hia client.
Wo havo groat plonsuro in offering congratulations to Mr. Jenns who is, we
believe, a painstaking and conscientious member of the bar.
The Sir. Pearl Sunk.
The atr. Pearl, which has been plying between this city, the North Ann,
Ladners and Vancouvor, for about a
year, sank on the Sandlmads early yesterday morning while on her way to
Burrard Inlet. It is supposed one of
the planks must havo sprung, for she
made Water vory rapidly. Capt. Savory,
who had charge of the steamer, seeing
that she was sinking, got tho small
boat out, and in thia tho passongers
and orew, G persons, escaped. They
were shortly oftorwards picked up by
tho str. Princess Louise nnd taken to
Vanoouver. Tlio Pearl sonic in 18
feet of wator. She was owned by
Capt. Savory, Capt. Edwards and Mr.
Mallory. At tho timo of tho accident
she had on board about 12 tons of
potatoes for Henderson Bros., Vancouver. Wo believe she was uninsured. ^     ^	
Kennedy's Anlhoiuatlc Perforator.
We learn that Mr. Robt. Kennedy,
who has been in tho oast several weeks,
has succeeded in making arrangements
with the Mather Mafg. Co., of Philadelphia, to manufacture ond introduce
tho automatic perforator invented
and patented by him and his brothers.
It is expected theso machines will be
ready for the market in about a
month, and from tho favor with which
the invention has been received by
practical printers in Now York thero is
roaaon to boliovo that it will be vory
largely adopted. Mr. Robt. Kennedy
is now in Ontario, and lie will shortly
procoed to England and tho continent
for the purpose of introducing tho invention to the printers of Europo
where patents have been secured. Wo
aro sure many citizens will join us in
tho hope that tho venture may be
abundantly successful.
The Squalid*!) Settlers Flooded !
Mr. Goo. Turner, C.E., who loft a
few days ago for tlio purpose of surveying the lands occupied by tlio Norwegian colony of fishermen on Squamish River, returned to tho city at
3 this afternoon, and reports the colony
completely Hooded. Mr. Turner went
up on the str. Buzz, aud encountered
a frightful storm on tho straits, in
which the steamer's yawl waa carriud
away. He arrived at the mouth of
Squamish River yesterday and thero
met 5 men from the settlement who
had comedown to procure] issUtaticc.and
reported the whole valloy Bonded to a
depth of 6 or 7 foot, aud U feet of
water in the houses. Thore aro 11
men, 3 women and 8 children in ttic
settlement. The women and children
arc on beds and tables raised high on-
out'h to escape the water, and the
men are nesting among tho rafters.
They havo not beon able to cook anything for days, and botli provisions
and goods are much damaged. Tlio
men said they wonted to get out of
the place, ns it was found ontirely unsuitable. In consequonco of tho rush
of water the Buzz could not uacond
tho river, and so Mr. Turner concluded
to return at onco for assistance. Mr.
Warwick, government agent, immediately telegraphed the facts to tho
chief commissioner nf lands and works
at Victoria and asked for instructions.
It is hoped relief will bo ■'Sont, as tlio
peoplo ore roolly iu a bod fix.
Jos. llcuudin, M. V>., Hull, P. Q.,
writes; "Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil commands a largo and increasing salo which
it richly merits. I hove always found it
exceedingly helpful; I uso it in all enscs
of rheumatism, as well as fractures and
dislocations. I mode use of it. myself to
calm tho pains of a broken log with dislocation of tho foot, and in two days I
was entirely relieved of the pain."
Personal.
Rev. Thos. Scolder, returnod from
Victoria yesterday.
Dr. Gorrow, who lias boon at Edinburgh for some months completing his
medical studies, returnod to tlio eity
yesterday.
 ♦ -♦- ♦	
Police Court.
Beforo T. C. Atkinson, P. M.
The case against Charles Cardinal
was remanded until Friday, the 18th,
tho mine bail boing continued—self
$500 and two sureties in 0200 eaeh.
Tho Ohinese chicken thieves wero
also held ovor till next Tuesday, tho
15th, at 10 o'clock, for further ovi-.
dence, tho bail as before continued.
Thomas Walsh, charged with being
drunk and incapable lust night, was
remanded till to-morrow.
Court adjourned till 10 o'clock tomorrow.
To lessen mortality and stop tho Inroads of disease, use Northrop & Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Care.
For all diseases arising from Impure
Blood, suoh as Pimples, Blotches, Bilious-
ness, Indigestion, etc., etc., it litis no
equsl. Mrs. Thomas Smith, Elm- write**:
"1 am using this medicino for Dyspepsia;
I have tried many remedies, but this is
the only ono that has dono ino any
good."
Fall Assizes.
Beforo Hon. Justice McCreight.
TlU'ltSDAY  ASTBHNOON.
Queen vs. Dempster, continued.
A. It. Partridge, sworn, said: I am
on accountant; I waa employed by Mr.
Rousseau to audit tho books of the
City Boot Store; on the 1st July, 1880,
there is an entry of $9 in tho cashbook
in the prisoner's handwriting; tho
prisoner Biiff thu slip in my' presence;
tho last item of SIS ho said wos received from a man up tlio river for
payment pf boots. On tho 13th July
tho bonks show 823.75 by the ledger;
on 1st Sept. cash sales show $11.75;
Bonson'a account of §23.50 was received on that day and not accounted
for; I only mentioned the slip to him.
To Mr. J Bini3--I am au accountant
but not an expert, in handwriting; I
know tho entries are his writing ns I
havo Been him write many times. Mr.
Dempster employed me originally to
co over the books and I worked for
Rousseau afterwards.
W, J. Walker, Bworn, said: I am
an accountant, I went over the books
of the City Boot Storo and found u
balance in favor of Dempster; tho balance iu tho cash book on the 29th
Dec, 188G, in favor of Dempster was
697.50; thore aro certain errors in
balancing; tho cash which increase ths
balanao in Dompstor'B favor to §144.-
43. In addition to this there are throe
sums of money received by Rousseau
from Duinpater amounting to 3&0 and
not entered in tho cash book; a man
named Partridge was keeping tho
books then; Dempster was not keeping
tho books. In looking at the items of
Sept. 1st thero are a number of errors;
I examined the books to see how much
Rohsaeau was indebted to Dempster; I
don't remember the exact date; I made
no seurch fur the contra account.
Alex. Begg, sworn, said: lama
shoemaker by trade; I worked for
Dempster in June, 1886; a pair of
boots were made for a man named
Johnson at $10, he lived up thu river,
two othor pairs wero sold him at $2
and 81.75 respectively, in all $3.75; I
don't known if tlio debt was ever paid.
To Mr. Wilson—Mr. Johnson lived
up river; I don't know where ho lives
now; I only eow him when he ordered
tho boots.
HiB Lordship said that this practically cleared the prisonor from the charge
and ho thought tho crown prosecutor
would not prosecute further.
Mr. Wilson—"Very woll, my lord,
I withdraw from further prosecution."
Mr. Jenns—'* My lord, in justice to
iny client, I wish a verdict by the
jury."
Tho jury then retired and entered
again almost immediately with a verdict of " not guilty."
Queen vs. Viet. Bole, Q. C, for
defense. Viet wos charged with having in his possession an unlawful weapon in tho shape of a pistol so arranged
iu a small box tlmt if a certain spring
was pressed the pistol would oxplodo
und destroy tho porson so handling the
box.
Mr. Bole, Q.C, on behalf of tho
prisoner pleaded guilty, but osked that
tho prisoner be permitted to make a
statement in the case.
lliu Lordship granted permission,
and through an interpreter Viet told
the following plausible story: " I got
thu box made lo amid to my father in
Italy who would uso it ns a cash box.
He has beon robbed at various times
and has boen unable to discover the
thieve*'. I thought that if hu got the
box it would he a protection to hi.a
nml prevent further stealing."
Mr. Bole said as tho prisoner scarcely knew he had committed a wrong hu
would ask tho court to let him off with
as light a sentence as possible.
His Lordahip said ho would consider
tho matter and remanded tho prisonor
until 10:30 Friday morning.
Tho grand jury entered and made
thoir presentment through Mr. Loamy.
They had visited tho asylum and jail
and found everything in good order
and condition but recommended a
female attendant for the women
prisoners in the jail. The fact that the
asylum has not tho proper accommodation for tho number of insane wns
also called to His Lordship's notice
Tho condition of the roads in thin district, tho disgraceful sanitary condition of Chinatown and the necessity vt
a new and more commodious court
houso were also referred to. The
weed seed shipped to the North Arm
was condemned in strong terms and
tho grand jury recommended that a
low be passed to prohibit the importation of such dangorous stuff into the
country, Thoy also considered it was
nothing more thun just that the grand
jury should be indemnified for the expense I hoy were put to in attending r
court. In the matter of tho Crawford, s.
case thi'y wished to place on record
their opinion that a great injustice had
been done in keeping an innocent
man so long in prison on such light
ground-.
Hiii Lordahip in replying said he
would in hj^ report call the attotiti--ii
of the government tn tlio suggealluw
oftho grand jury. An (o i Uu jury
being jdotntiilie.d lot- loss uf lime and
uxpeiwos, tio-um ■!■■>. -«iu «uv *n*.t
should not be remunerated in some
way. Everyone else i'i ottetidauoo at
oourt wore paid for their time nil.!
trouble and the grand jury alioiild be
placed on the homo footing; The matter was ono fur thoir repiwwita ivei
to attend to. As to tlio Crawfon
caso, His Lordship could not asrui
thot there wus no evidence ag'tlust him.
Thero was evidence but not enough to
secure conviction in a fUitrdor case.
The authorities must do nil they can
in every case to further the ends of
justice and when suspicion lend* to a
man, he must be arrested, even though
he eventually turns out to bo innocent. In this samo caso two inm-cont
men, Loo and Freund already suffered
imprisonment on the evidence of this
man Crawford. It was a great ovil
innocent mon must suffer nt timos.biit*.
unfortunately it was necessary. His
Lordship thanked tho grand jury fnr
thoir care and attention and aher
promising to scud their presentment,
with notes added by himself, to the
government, dismissed them.
The cburt then adjourned until 10:80
this morning.
Frway.
Hia Lordship entered cotirfc at 10:30
o'olock.
In tho case of Queen vs. Viet.
Chief of Polico Stewart, of Vancouver, testified that iho prisoner boro
a bad character in Vnncouver ond had
been arrested for creating  a disturbance there.
Sergt. McLaren, of Vancouver,
corroborated Chief Stewart's testimony.
T. W. Herring and J. H. Germain,
jurors, having failod to answer to their
names were ordered to bo summoned
for to-morrow at 11 o'clock for sentence.
Queen vs. Jessie Hart for stoaliug
$150 from John Anderson.
John .Anderson, sworn, said: Iom
a fisherman by occupation; I know the
prisoner at the bar; 1 went to her
house on Thursday night; I had iluii
three $50, bills, a $20 and a $10 bill;
the money was in a pocket book which
I put under tho pillow; tho woman and
myself were alcno in the room all
night; the next day I missed the
money, though it was there between 3
and 9 o'clock. After that hour two
men named Wilson and Antonio wore
in the room; I gave the woman $10 in
the morning about 8 o'clock, the monoy
was there then; I gavo Wilson $1;
when I missed the money I osked hor
if sho had takeu tho money aud she
denied it; 1 then wont out; I gave hor
no money to buy cocktails with; I
went to bed sober but was drunk in
the morning; I was asleep between S
o'clock and 2 o'clock.
Peter Augusto, sworn, said: I know
the prisoner and Anderson also; I saw
him at 8:30 on Thursday night at my
house; he had throe $50 bills and other
bills; I went with Anderson to the
prisoner's house; he hud a bottle of
cocktails; when he wont to tho house;
he was not very sober.
Lyman Ford, sworn, said: 1 am
bartender at the Cleveland; I know the1
prisonor; she came to the hotel last
Friday night aud got a $50 bill
changed, hut no other money with me.
Frank Devlin, chief of police,sworn,
said: l remember the preliminary examination of this case. * I talked with
her and told hor sho was charged with
stealing $150; she aaid she had stolen
no money from Anderson, but he had
given her $48 in all.
Constable Pearce, sworn, testified to
arresting both Anderson and the prisoner.
Antonio Rodriquez, sworn, said: I
know the prisoner at the bar, and I
know John Anderson; the first time I
saw him was in Jessie Hart's houso on
Friday; I went into the house at 10
o'clock in the morning; Anderson was
in the house and the woman was cooking; Ijpent out and stayed away about
an hour at the hotel; the woman eamo
there and asked me if I was going to
the house, I said I would go over after
awhile; I went to the Iioubo and they
wero eating breakfast along with Jock
Wilson; after having a cup of coffco
she took me in her bedroom aud gave
me a $10 bill; I then left tho houso
and went to the Cleveland Hot id. and
she eamo after me and changed a §50
bill; she called me aside and told mo
to come over in about half an hour; I
went over and knocked nt tho door,
she told ma to oome iu, which I did
and found her lying on the bed with
Anderson, her arm wos round Anderson's neck j she told me tn stay at thu
duor till Ehe got up; she took the
pocket book out of Anderson's bosom
and gave it to mo and gave me a $50
note and I went out; she asked me
whero I was going, and I tcld her "up
town."
To tho prisoner—Sho told ino she
would, not allow Wilson to rob Anderson in hor house, if he wanted to rob
him it would have to bo dono after
dark and out of the house; I don't remember Wilson saying she would be a
sucker if she let Anderson leave the
houso with money; 1 had been living
with tho woman about 2 weeks; it
might have be mi either Wilson's,Jessie
Hart's or my own proposition to go
through Anderson; 1 was charged and
committed for this robbery.
Jessie Hart then mnde tho following
statement: "Whon tho man c.nno in
he gave mo a $20 note, in tho morning
I went to the hotel and got it changed
and returuod with a buttlu of oocktaila
and gave him tho change; hu said I
was honest and gavw mu §3 extra; I
mot Antonio and asked him up to
breakfast, ho came nnd joined ut*-} after
breakfast Wilson and Antonio insisted
upon robbing Anderson, aud greatly
against my will eventually did so;
Wilson first drugged Anderson and
i tin n stole the money; I hod uo part in
the robbing. This is thu truth of the
wli<de matter."
His Loreship read theovidonco over
to tbe jury who then retired.
After an absence uf quart or of an
hour tho jury returned with a verdict
of "notguilty."
in tin
I.KWV).—In tills eWy, Novomlii-r Uth,
Frank W., infant Ron of \V. 11. anil Emms Lewis.
PROVINCIAL HROItnTAItY'H OFFICIO,
loth November, is*:.
Ill*  HOXOUIt  THK   I.IKOTRNANT-
II   Mm*-*-n-or loin liaci) pleiiHod tomalte
tlio following iip-n>int menu i
Joseph I'ri'VK Pltinla, I3sq.,.T. P., to be a
MMi,eWm_ w ihrafcwHlrAlw
trli-t o' Namilnio. (inol)tl
WiOrTiUi-SpBOial Meetings!
mitK i:tii and isth November
J have Iih'ii sut apart by tiio World's
W. C. T. U. as days of  prayer for the
f:ro*,vt!i nud universal diffusion nf all
orms of temperance work, In accordance
with tliiri.rho Now Westminster W.O.T.
U. will liold al'rayor-mcetliiKln the base*
monUf tlio Baptistuhufoh nextsninriliiy
(TfVMoltnoW) aflernoon at a o'olook.
The inlnlrlors of tho various churches
liave kindly consented to preach special
tomppmato sermons on Sunday, the loth
Inst,        ■ MARION DRBEOK,
dnolli! Secretary.
Hyack Fire Co.
ASIHOIAL MOBBING of the HYAOK9
vill bu hold ou  Friday,  the lllh
I mil., its p. m., when business of Importance till lie Ill-ought up.   A full attend-
nnco ii requested.
diiol!t2 3, MoMURFHY, See.
jfcTOTICCEl.
NOIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
<t days ofter date I Intend to npply
tothtC'hlef Commissioner of Lands nnd
Worl» to purchase 100 acre* of land situ-
n'e irar Deop Cove, Burrard Inlet, and
desnibodas follow?)
Itc-jnniiiff at the N.E. corner of a lot
irrandd or to he granted to .Tno.WulffWohn;
Mump Went 40 chains, thenoe North 10
chain, Uicnco East 40 chains, thenee
Hout 40 chains to point of commom-e-
men THOMAS THORNTON.
No West., Onl.sn, 1887. doeS-fmS
CO
on
o
"3   «
O   -5
S3
LL
Cheque Lost.
LOST ON WEDNESDAY (Oth Nov.), a
Cheque on the Bank of Britisli Columbia drawn by the Government for HO,
nayahlo to O. w. Miller. Any person
leaving tho f<hM-tie nt the Bunk will be
suitably rowanh:d. The ptihlhi ate cautioned Hgalnsi. nicotian utr said cheque, as
payment lias lu-cii stopped.
dnoIKH C. TROOP.
S. A. FEKETE,
Leading Merchant Tailor,
litniUMEN FURHI8HIRU l HUH uwn liiuiH
OAN HAVE IT MADE UP.
rEUFBRT FIToTnO CI1AB0E.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing
-a.  BPgOI A.T.TTT.
Mercluiltl* Exrliitnttf Building (opposite
O.P. H. licpoi), Columbia Streel, New
Wrr.Htmliirtter, tlocDlto
NOTICE,
To Claimants of Land in New Westminster District which wu formerly reserved under tho provisions of the
"Sumas Dyking Act,-1878."
ANY PERSON CLAIMING TO BE
entitled to pre-empt or purclmso lands
within the area embraced hy the "Human
DykltiR Act, 1878," must, before the lut
day of February, 1888, make, and file with
the ARHlstant Commissioner of Lands and
Works for tho District, a declaration In
duplicate signed by himself nnd two residents In tho locality of such lands, mating
the Township and particular quarter-section claimed, the date of locating and
Sartlnulars as lo occupation, and fully
esorililng tho nature and value of the
Improvement mnde. lltiink forms for
dool»ration con bo obtained from Mr.
Chtis, Warwick, Government Agent, New
Westmlnstor.
F.  G. VERNON,
Ohief Commissioner of Lands A Works,
Lands A Works Department,
Vlctorln, R. a, November Snl, 1887.
dwnoOttl
New Ms, Hew Goods!
NEW DRESS STUFFS
PLUSHES AND TRIMMINGS
i-ncw ■f'.a.-'LiXj shades
-AT-
James Ellard & Co-'s
&M itwanlfn
dwselto
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Consisting of Men's & Boys'
Fall £ Winter Clothing!
TWEED, WORSTED & RUBBER.
Also, a Fine Selection of
Hats, Ties and Underwear!
OB1   ~-V—Xf!C   DBSCHIPTIOIT
*fi»AT VERY LOW PRICES.-*®-?
WALKER & SHADWELL,
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»itA.oxxaAi.
WaMiiiakllaniiMiiriiig Jeweler
(OPPOSITE   THE   BANK}
FORMERLY MANAGER OF THE WATCHMAKING DEPARTMENT OF SAVAGE & LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Wiitclien, Clocks, Jewelry and Plated Ware, Rogers' Best
Silver-plated Knives, English Simons aud Forks,
Plated and Pure Niekel.
AU, OF THE FINEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES.
Patent Dust-proof Wntch Cane, Waltham or'Elgin inovement-SUOO. Hunting,
UoleMllled Watch Onus, uteiii-wludlni; Waltham or Elgin—$J7.50; cuno warranted to
wear'JO years,   turtles' Oold Hunting Hiem-windlng Watches—$37.50.
Agtint. for Urn octebrnUHl iVrtVe-U'd ftirri'laele* ami EycHilJUMl of Laganm A Morris. Anyone having a illiiUutty to obtain (jlnsses to see clearly, give me a call and
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iptrKlne and Complicated Watchcti and Chronometers repaired and adjusted
KugliHh Watch Repairs a specially.
sir Charles Tupper scut Lady 'flipper's Watch to the makers. Dent, of Cwkipur
ki,, London tafter hliving been lu the hands of 10 or 12 watchmakers in Canada and
the United state**). Dent hod It for one month und said ho could not make It go. It
wus brought hack and given to Mr. Crake, since which It has givon perfect satisfaction
nnd recommends him us a lino workman. dwseSlto
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL
DISPENSING & FAMILY 0HEMIST.
For the Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the Province, at the
Lowest Prices, go to
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Office,
Columbia HU, New Westminster.
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for Daily or Weekly
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the balance of 1887
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