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 l/ednesdar Evening. Sept. IN, IBM.
HclVan, M. D.
"Qtlricii — McKcniiie St., opposite the
Lookup.  RESinaNCE-Agnes St., tlrstiloor
[When any great moral viotoiy is
* be gained, in the Held of- polities
] anywhere else, the sympathy of
'j women of this country will al-
<ys be found enlisted on tlie -ight
!e; and especially ol late 'years,
',•. merely tieir fflmpfftiesj but
Mr words4nflMrdfeWi. 'IW
,Wn who ;have'alw.W9..j^en and
] now thrfTfoitrt aiftf-sfufof the
1 Jiperance m**xe|iiel)t.i TWuerja'^;
Kill
ng
&
,'k implacable foes of the Morrar
j-uity. Women' kre < flfefriaiidli
Jice for %(Ii*diM,,tt*i'd camii
Sruction to mm and to the negl
/.r.jifay4yg^...)iHii<[
I TheEm^rUtftlia. T
it  is  no**1 'idttled1 tint rfitoilg
Ju, who hailxJeitituUtlEmpfr-ir
jOhina sinM touiw, li\Wn\
'{\l definitely' ascend the throne on
fne day iniEeljruaty! he-ft, tot*
SiA by the*f^pswlBp»**;jjc,f'4')*
ftnoiny.    So wide a gull; is setlw*
.een Ohin&j^w»IM-)IW>
atoms of American and European
tions that the practice of Ohinese
m
ivernments.
s.ulwajfs. fills ;ua. with
'HWng«*n! Was born
aftjsr-
uazement.
.'igust   15,. IJiTJj. andr
'timed Emperor, ipu'r jears after
krd, on thflr^lKlif Tutigj Chisel
\ LBERT Jy HILL.
'other lad;
is
J assist her in	
jvernment   she. selected  as  her
lime miniiter jFrinci /Kingi who
id filled that office for fifteen years i
V-viously. ! 'ffl wis''(fie uncl^.of
■f p^nMnferortj^dstfftfy*.
. <er to complicate this strange fam-
! *  oompnoJfl fhe :>tip<>inj*)d) h» «*il
"noraiy   member of   the council
■p present-eM-Wtdr's fetH**, Kincb1
HW, resigry**! |iis b(t}"e, and W)i*n,
\ ik his place'. ,Thus at the pres-;
\ \ time Chinai" gOT9t«ed firsfchyi
)J» emperor, a hoy of JIB; nextlfjj,
_, empress' regent, thi
■ Ji ':■    in .1. il
h088*
WALTER J. WALKER,
It)  OV
lun oi A* \jX TiL\JJP
Colonial Hotel, New Westr. *      ds'elSmS
''s great
fint, and tU**d.j>yv*Prig«e f>*>|»rik
. w'a father, who lijrfimo attlimr.
: %& over a*p4.*.bo*-e|all'»l»e--*a, (jWy
.4 them all with a ppwef."which
■■'ne can gVb-stf, is.'tha GrtitSec-
vtary of tke- mfira,"| 14 j Sure
','iang, wild 'fives -i«t Tientsin.   In-
R. HOWSE.
, Kqimerly Bowse, Bill A Rlckman,
to announce that he will resume bus
'■ " "*8 !"*}    '
air*8!l,«
J,? saute
•i'sngi
.•e first Wflelf-gf Ju|y( f(ia ejfopi***".
I jgent issue! Ipin'ei'ree announcing
, ,*r intentio** j pf)isjlrreiiffingjthe-^
, yvernment infa	
.rang emjjerii.1
hands of the^
■tiinnon     dalinliti   - .     Kflt. 1 nlrd.flf   it      *,.-..-  aa-1 . i	
jhinese "d««gj}l}.|>|»tf lW*|{?;'>
.re quito at«eson\nlike. rflie begins
jr aaying-rt»)*ihe'»W>l-ii'**»Jt|i«
.jagenoy with the di'rfinoV undir-
jtanding tilt ihe Would not be-eib
jtected to retain
wiraperor reaolled;
.ihe adds th*4 itlm be*o* ,*m,i'aous
'Hi his studies for the past ten years,!
.nd has d*r**o-*etl Mi
V
uimself for. (lie
duties; that'titt*
he habit' pf, opminS-l and! lOtdi-
toflie.tHoS, J(HWg(
rae toJttjfc**.
of his
lehaVbeen in'
.eports to-'the fKMM, affMWg on
points of **M^,-*l||»!iiIing cjm^pns
.u they arose, and has shown u capacity to determine between right »i**t
>rong; and that for these reasons
yihe has decided that he shall, at the
noming winter ;wl^io-^ jjpjyduct,^|»e
ireat aaorineesrto heaVmiawith.'s
{•view tohiiH!^*il!'H>*>!lJ6WUB!'7--
'She states that when she communi,
(bated this-debUiMiUitlfe'tnn^il
Hind his fatter tfaa*** l»A *»mon:
Atrated. Tlie 'tbung Inah1 bbjeottw
Wt his education, vraaincomplete,
Hnd that he would be bettsr fitted
ito deal with.'*Kiblemt'«f istate if ,'he
BAL ESTATE BROKERS,
temporary expediehV,[-!1t|rM^fg
that the time had come when the
'•young emperor must be prepared to
-bear the responsibilities of his sta-
'tion. She'ltKeMfoiiijitt'iied:!inUft'
flthat after •^t'(M*«o*r)*«h-(Wrie'trt
jYamens sh)| *a|*fliii-)orf»W|;r9*n| $_;__«. \ .In***®
i*'10 inl*ffl jAmMif£iv^*y,s^va'
jo* a parfBf'IrS^uW'-lh^WouH
j'for the present continue WJadnito*
■iister the afl'uirs of the imperial
"household. It is given out in China
. that the ootfMittaiS **fl! Wffl~
>ery t-mop_mtmwfm^
'iriage of the youthful emperor, and
|in the futiiHr prttperityiof the king*:
idom, and in the hsppinese of the
'scorning reign, will hope -that tho
■•morels of th*i'#ehi«»hltih«IMhi'-1ll
3be cared for iH6to'islta!l*: thkmwere
'"those of his •"'#*J^$j$£$ ,'$,
'..ChronieU.
lj   Ut* the safe, pleasant, andreffectual
■nliottlo and take Ithomo.     yj,.r .<
ntSW Wffl|MDJ||E|^BL Oj ."WEDNESDAY
——^mmmssmimmmtWmmmtm^—m-m.——
EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1886.
NUMBER 46
east of Mr. Cunningham's,
JaaOto "
timlnebam's.
Kew Westminster, a 0.
IT  HI. COOPER,». A.M. D.J-0        i
PBYSICIAN.ABURpEON.
^s'd^mmifete'i
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE H0UR8-J ti *'«. __  _Wt'
USD to 8 p.m. Calls fntowtr and eoun-
}   fry promptly nltendeU to.       .   fe2tc
[[)»• fJlwgA aoMartaoD
nESTjarr,;]-) -/> ;o:
I.     t   '■■' Colonial Botel,
■jKe«fJ»VtAi)iln8ter,H,''t!;''' ' "":a^8»to
f 'W#ft-,",|«llT*iafi*4Q  IVKXn
pENTAI/*TOR0*O*"I J I    If
All dorital operations performed lu a
PBuosat the W-*%l4*!°'°V. ■ ____]
a*wr;
BROWN,
Hs A Oo.»s Dfhg'
'^^nlnibla St., New -rVestotJistar,
Bour«-9'OI"!ll80'o7. . "   ,
T«1.t*a,i.lnl«S>lr«lt^«ct«d.   aillt';
.' Pl«i»j*jnd BreelBeatloei for (ill
; imilsof BnlWIngscai'e.
tall-' Prepared.
All orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
'kaihbiof W. Johnson; Columbia Btreet;
will receive prompt attention. Your favor sbliolttd. Je9to
pf*-p*i»*:,-«
~ ,   , -' ji'-juMsxni^* ! ri'i'iiVtow
'0 rt"'   ':;'. , ',;sojijipn»iis;..ETq
Office, Hckentte Street, New Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. C. JySldwte
**jrf.  NORM AH BOLE,
l Agent
Colnmbia Street, '
,    New Westminster, B.0,
'!'{*'.ky*LliES's*^Ert,,  ;'
Laail Surveyor, Draufht.man, e*e.
iSJ^ffltU.W jlssffl-i
Coffigfrfi
_no do6f*Nm
McColl'H, HoKenxle Street.
dw-86l8to
Ictl^oi
■W-   ...^       .-.   S-.   '.^   i\
 rifeamm 'JILjuljU^ —
f dmi pENBERTHY,
T'./lBSING AND r.ANr> SORVETOR,
AtffjdjJjtjyANT and
'   '^EIMRAL AGENCY OFFICE,
.'• Jjwi »■> nwwl''i» nmly exbiAitifd..!'.
Uutlafi Slreel. Vaseasver, MX.
l^^m'
)iO J:
Columbia Stre5*j'i4~r-l**wj,"**m'lWl<*,
lj «oiiimis.lons will receive proppt
and, careful attention. , Best reference.
glvrjAiwlitureaajrei''J    '  '.mhlJ-to '
[^SHr1E:
IQUSE and
B*lit and Debt
l /T '
il!!!'.' I
8KYKRAI GOOD FABM
DffJ3
11
IBMS FOE IUI,
moiQBtn
Asealltrlke  lUniiri UFI III
■«r<1BI.1T ISSIRAMJK METANI,
iilfcf^:"i""U
lob, fa;
■*Mt,N«w Weatmln-
„ ..yrf*"-
b billh' SURWlftHB,
»«a»,.p8tMe, insurance and
Cpmmlsslon Aftenls.    '
JRBt.: lIFEt JlttlDENT A MAMNI MHIMKr
COLUMBIA STREET,'"
it4ldi^on.,aln,.itf^-Jiff*-!^M|-i
tR^'l ;'     j.j.,1  '■rim-'
i oi tiH^-wi* ^irWtrm'i,...
laasr-usea AfenU,
ForlHtreet, i '.'!■-'.
.. WB»*-k*N8TEri:'d0!um.
bia St,, opposite Post Offlce.
Ill       ri VA^OOtrviR.Ooirilova'Strett..
BUILDINd'tOTSW sa'le'lh all ■Mtloiu
of Vancouver and New Westmlnsler city,
and I'lH River.
and HI*.  -        _
irmatlpnfunilsjiedtttallourolfli
Maud Plan. eifclUtedr and tbo lull-
rmatlpnfunilsliedatallourolltr-
Hi
8EC0ND-HAKD
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERM*.
c. Mcdonough
FRONT STHET, HEW WESTMINSTER.
j, q     ' • ____ '«»f
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots & Shoes,
&c, Ao.
THE BEST GENERAL RTORE IN THE
CJiTY--^TRY IT.
' ■fnim Produce taken at highest prices.
 dw-lWItc    j .'.' ■■? .-.
AUSTIN BH1GE,
ent
J.AiCA^LEX|BCO.
HAVING PtfROHAgED^raE?- •'''■
Sblngle Mill .„d
Pomp Factory
AlPOPCtTM, are prepared to execute all
Orders promptly and to the satfafaetlon
of their customen.
.'. All kinds «r TISKIIilo don I* arder.
, J. A. CAWLEY A fid.
jklltc      i . P0PCQ11,B,.C.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MER CHAINS,
WHARF STREET * VICTORIA.
<l..i        ASStTTB   JOB
North British and Mercantile
,.,„,.„. ,_\ »„_ Ual-alanA   ' te Port MoodF, carrying H.M.& mulls.
Insurance (ft« Wr;.I||l|l«Bt*f'j AjSmuorortobaeeolsuMd weenn by
jo*.
Ibndon, E. 0.
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS ai*
Udles*. Sesls'. aiue.' aad CMMmb*.
■eats, Skee. aad Caller.
Made lo Order and Keptonpand.    ,
UUIWIA trKt v-i '■ •»■, W IM
•** - *wbw: M^iNEfrr-h.'s. err **
mhltc
. ,   ! ManufaoJuwaud-.TJealerjUj.^
iO
LEM^FlljOS;
AU Kinds of 'Hlfttoi «■* Bkln M
«nd Hemlock Tinned,
CASH PAIDr ¥OV. HIDK8 ANP.M^NS.
■    arriavJ5  ■ \h v c
- OtVttam! nlwftys a good supply of t_aa*
ftrtr-Wth ot'Vur-«wii awquftMiluM »ud
Imported.
. '  Itiavoseci
Burnett  to
airing '
the service* of Mr. Wm.
arlnfoud the ouwom tm*
BOUl
.-...$t..r    '
Coiumbin 8t,»How
tmlnster.
WALSH
The Mel Tailor
Columbia 8t„ New Westmlaiter.
Manufacturer's and Imporlois of
Harness, Saddles, Bri-
. dies, Whips, etc.
.NEWj>WBSTJtI*rfeR, B. 0..
f; \   . dw-llySlie	
THOS^ OVENS,
, : MANUFACTURER OF
rati and lachi
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, &c, 4c,
I ''TtepnltW; "'''''
BLACKSMITHINC
in all Its brancribrj' Fnrniers', Loggers',
. Mlll aadiCon'tfeTVorki Ag^cdlHrral
_. Agrtct ._
    -jhents, and everything In the
I       blacksmith Hue made to order.
r Having secured fintiltiss workmon.-we
feet confident of giving satisfaction..
0»* Horse-shoelng a specialty.    .
dwJlySltc]   ColvIibia St., New Wust.
'iiEALERIN''l!    '
General Kinkk \
A large Assortment 0/
DRY<*QQP§
GROCERIES
ALTfAVa 01* HA»D.
J-Za,y and Teed
..(3 WHOMjSAtE ANP JtETAIt.
WOOD AND COAL DELIVKBED TO
AM HAB! »* (■■ ttn.. nom
We run two stages dnlly,oxcept8unduys,
temperate habltfe and careful i
serve thepuulli at espeelnlly low i»w
Ifrnr dwsoJlOto
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
AM. KINDS OF FUBNITUHE.  I   '
REMOVED
«^*Totihop lately occupied liy Mr. Darcy.
-tSTajtoitl streot
Call nnd examine our stoek nnd prices
lii-fnre-lmyhtjr. Wectm't In I.MtFIIHOLI>
In thc city. Itcpiilrliig of all kinds neatly
dope. W. PfcOTHERO 4 CO.
U. Gf. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer in • ■■'•<•■
. f Bitrlng. Hair, Wool and Straw
fllntireises to Order.- -
IllankctK, C'inimber Sets, Window Sliaden,
Oil Cloths, Muttinp, Wall Paper.
■ Briskets, Bird Cages, Flower Pow,
Hanging Baskets, Pictures, 1
Frames-Bracket it,
.. Baby Carriages, elc
Picture* framed and Hcpalrtng daae
toorder*  Ai**;,'
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
1 Plense give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere.* J. Q, BUNTE,
Opposite Post Office, Columblastreet,
ap!7to   .        ,,-•   NewWestminster.   ,
P.PEBBLEa
J. Vf. HEOKI.EY
Peebles iHepkley
,'(NEAR j'ERbHANTS' Stf^ARE)
MANUFACTURERS,
—AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Mattresses anil
Bedding always pi band.
HAVE ON HAND THE
LAIMiEST AXD »E8I 8TIMK Or WIK
KITIIBE ON THE MAINMNB.	
Fd CEAKE,
wi
-AND-
JEWELER,
|(, STM£T, fj ;«Wg1K8fl|l|S]
Oppo.llp <«.BUirtnni A<V..
z>M OP THE BIG WATCH,
■ar I*ATR M A* AG BR FOR SAVAGE *
' ' a*HY«\fiM01*TREAL.     i.
BitimateN for Office and Store Fittings.
•All experienced npholwtorcT Iiiih been
engaged by thc Ann, who are now prepared to do all kinds of work In tlieup-
nolsicry line. dJlySte
1 r.gr»>*i
I' '1
mthn Watcb
repairs * Specially.
A NYdNE
\*a*SliTretioJri
HAVING WATCIIR9 which
. beeu injured by Incompetent
ebalrers cau be made equal fo new
afaln., JEWEI.HY of all kinds mmlo anil
repaired. All work warranted; oharges
moder'A-e.   Kstlinntes given free of charge.
*-~i'VAlTHi«, KHilX, ni oilier
I^V- WaUea ^PofW •**■■***►
tttm „T elker house In B. C.
rtA'DHftr SOLID 12 OAKAT GOLD AM-
EtlICAN.8TEM WINDING WATCHES,
nrairotc tlinekeepen, 135; usual price, toS.
,   U-jdmic	
t.V   S » •!,     '        *■
TTF
B' AVING JUST nECEIVBpOUR NEW
Sprlngstock, we Invite InspeeMonof j
finest selection of       . .    rr,r\r/r
.■■■llsk, MMdi, Urnua, rreiiek,
Jgver sbowo In' New Westminister, We
have-tucurcd the Hervlcem ot MB. HUGH
O'aAjOAN.atiriietlctilCHitcrwholmslin*!
long expprleni'e lb I-ondo«,rnrl«(iind the
l^iidlnif enitern oities j nud for »GOOI» FIT
fthdartlijllcitylf wodofy vompntitlon,
mhflDio* THOS. WAliiH.'
fish $aflie Store!
; WM, H. VIANET |
HAS AI.WAVH ON HAND A BQOD
..rMBJIllyof
Fr^|i «*4 salt Waler Flsli.
a-^t-saxxT,mtaA.moxtj s.n
j. Apply(«(3£j'*fJ^/\V'«fI'EA,'RB IN RKU'8 AND PB'*RIE9.
2«Al«ATI0NEaY 4 PRINTING 00. P„rellMesVniKuveM 111 any purl
-lselHIo (I.ATBT. 11. Vij»ir*<*i*»"-o.y   <»J»hori|lyfMnf rHtw,"     il-jlysiyi
NATIONAL
I B '■:
ASSURANCE
,     T| *■; fnmq     ' IP
COMPANY
OF   IRELAND
OF   CANADA.
Business oriSS5o—Llfte Dcpartnent
Income, (fitlD-WT.oS; Tncroise, |41,(»r.*|d.
Awiutfi, 3].ltljBM.3»t Increwe, nmm.-t.
New Life ApplU'iiMimfl, $2,M«,07M8; Increaso. 87(17,229.30.
Life Policies fn force, ^7,930,878.77; In-
i -     creane,31,0Slt,47i.7:-;
I ACCIDENT DEPAttTMENT.
By
ai i.i
By introdueing its popular Unoonditlon
..1 Life Policy tlio 8un showed Ilnelf ont
of the most liberal institutions of lift kind
in the world. It maintains this reputation by following tho same course in *"
Accident Department.
tion by following tho samo course fn IU
Accident Department. It offers, to the
public Incomparably
The Most Liberal, fttrnfehlfotwar-l, Vm*
tetMMAemX Art Id** Mt Policy lm ExUtcnee.
Tbe following are a few of the points of
suptrlorlt y:
FirTBix Days op Gkack nre allowed.
(See condition 1). No other Company In
Amerloa allows one hour,      ■ I
S Bo»u»-~slionld no claim be mado for
flvo vcars, tlio sixth year's amiimince will
be allowed free of charRei lt tbe age l«
under B5. (Seo condition 2). Very few
other Companies give this prl viloj-p.
Policies Not voided by eiiKagliiK In
a moro harardous occupation than that
assured anaiiist. For particulars Bee Policy. This advantage can be obtained
hardly anywhere elso,
HBsniKsrK — More liberal conditions
than given by nny other Company In Am-
W. lOCAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. President.
A. E. IMHIti, General Agent.
Victoria, II. C.
jiy-.au:
JOHM'Ci. McliKOD. Agont,
New Westnilnster, B. C.
-    $5,000,000.
litis ■
E8TABLI3HIO A.D. IBM.
Rates as Low as Any
6t^r*S4i«i||rtjr.
SHAHO      —•
DKTAVHKD DWKUISOIS, ! ner cent.
\l .'J 1  (li     I
Oi - *
R«   HENRY V. EDMONDS,
i dieiole A.OJB3STT.
BOY WANTED.
AN   INTKLLIOKNT
to learn the prtii
tit bis irfflm
Gns Fitting!
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
•Gas Fittiug at lowest
possible rates consis--
tent watb gopd work-
fpansljip. r:,
A supply of ,FIX-
TURES| GLOfefe,
&c, are on the way.
H8P- Orders may .be left "at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
il-Jly8ttc MANAGE**.
BOYS WANTED.
T once 10 Afell ifilriiiifly t'dininbirtn.
■AiiylvatThiflQfflflft,,,,,, ..^ .^dauHlo
SPENCE'S BRIDGE, B. O."
W^-R BKG TO^SoRM  YOV  THAT
" woliavejflased the Morion Houbo
at Spence's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
that lt Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. Wo wonld respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise If yoo
will favor us with It to do ail we can to
satisfy you In every respect. Mrs. Reid,
who has had much experience, will ut*
tend to the culinary department.
We remain,' y6nK respectfully,
Je28mS ""  REID'A NEFFA
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN.
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Coiumbluand Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as the'. -,,   .
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
atthe following rates:
Board per day	
Single Meals	
Beds..............	
......11 00
...... 6 00
     26
     25
M.Good accommodation tor Ladles and
families, i my9to
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
, Ladner'S Landing, B. O.
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
form the people of British Columbia
thut he has established a Nursery at Ladner's -Landing, and Is prepared to fill
.all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tcncs, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees imported or home grown ac-
cordliiK to the wishes of customers, The
subscriber has bad a thorough practical
training ia tlio business, and having a
permanent stake In the country It ItaTiis
Interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will WAlt upon the various towns and settlement* shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention. .    ,     ,. ■
nul2te E. HUTCHERSON.
u
BLUE STORE"
puns
The only place on
the Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
Changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
O'All Business Meu ami Merchants
should keep this'time, as Steamboats and
Trains arrive and depart by the same.
J    ST1R8KY,
,.,-ffA.TCHMAKEB,
tolniuMa St., New West. dwanHyl
-*~*-T-r! ■	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT, DIOKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Ncarl) Opposite 'he Colonial Hotel,
*■'  NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LABOKST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to -families, Restaurant*, and Steamboats atthe
'  LOWEST POSSIBLE rMCES.
Just Opened.
M
*
Ina WiSasant part of, the city.
L Apply to
■WOOIife, TURNER: A GAMBLE.,
r ap28tc
FOR  SALE:
III,  ACRESjIMJpROVEli  jVARl*.-
*t-V    EaeyTerms.  Applyto
W. f. HcDOUOAIJ,, •
Jniac Elsln P. O.
FOR   SALE.
. jNE-HALP INTEItMTJN theLANG-
\J Icy Saw nnd Plunliuf Mill: mill In
goodorder. Forparllclllilrsapplvon lhe
premlsesto        ... ,    H. WEI4T,
Or, Messra. CEAKE, JACKRON,
aplSte 4 BEI.MCKEN, Victoria.
0
Mud for. Sale!
■pETWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOU*
D sand Acres of tbe very beBt Alder-,
bottom und Prairtc Lund, in Township 14,
NewWestminster Dlstrlet. Will be sold
In one block or In subdivisions to suit..
on very liberal termB, Apply to HENRY ;
MATHERS, New Westminster CHy. ..
').,. ... fl     ■ dwjlyMmg,
B.IUfljb!!!)?,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitti
A8PIC1ALTY.
j*?0, 74 COLUMBIA BTttBI***,
ilwauJlle   . IMIiriMMi nenr B.llrllM.
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm for
ior sale or rent. A1*o, Milch Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a (ew young
Horses. There are several pairs or good
steers that would moke excellent -working '
oxen. Also, one of the lurgest and beet .
Balls In the province. The stock Is all-
very gentle,  „
M. NICHOLSON;
mhStc Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot", situated on provost street,ber,
tween Mary and McKenzie streets, now
In the occupation of Capt.Grant; contain! .
8 rooms with usual oflices.
Valuable City Lots.   * '    *"J
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farnw on Mnd Bay; rrt
80 acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
74 acres of valuable Land 2 miles irom
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut
Apply to _ .
v CAM*. PITTENDRIGH,
Je23tc     Lnnd Agent, New Westminster.
FOR
1440 ACRES CHOICE
\miikti ^
3 MILES' FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootherroadsrunningthrough
the premises.   Apply to  ■
E. A. WADHAMS,
dejtttc Ladner's Landing.B.C.
mToir Sale!
tON EASY TERMS) ;
6 spin of. Work llomej,
10 Car Holes,
0 Team Mules,
4 Saddle Horses,
2 yoke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage Team,
1 Piano Ik good order,
3 Dump Carts with Iron Axles,
A limner of second-hand Wheel
■     Barrovs,
1 Bickeye Mower (new),
1 Ithlta IU) Rake.
For piu-tlcUlar. apply to .   .
. ,   T.J, TRAPP,
niyiotc Auctioneer, N. w.
Every Man to Mb own Business
-h..   FEELS.
PRACTIOAL	
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
I Manas ] s:iH,,rtn<rn3 ■\'isi_tn\ iijji; i
-OOLUMBIA  STREET
(0PD. COIONUI HOTIU,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. fl.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Tib- .
Ily Recipes a Specialty.	
N   B. — Only Oennlne Drugs need.
Owr twenty yean'euperlenoe,   ""&
MOTIVE,,;,..."
SS HP.REBV GtVl'-i' Hint application
wllUrr-mmlettitliul^KlslatlveAssem- .
yotthol'rovlnco ol British Columbia,
nt the next session thereof, for nn Act to
Incorporate acoqipnny for llio purpose ot
construction, managing rim! maintaining
Water Works at the terminal point of the
~ " 3 Hallway un rail Harbor
it, and IW'the purposttr
thereof granilng to the snid eooipan; the
Canadian raclllo Railway on Conl Harbor
I English Bay, And for't-	
ireof (.'Minting to Ihe s
EHyllcge of taking w«t. 
nek,Burnaby Lake or other suitable r
points, with pgwor to tbu wid company .
to Iniild llumc°,aqiu.iUicIfi, Iny pipes, erect
dams, ocqutre lands, nnd do all other aet.
audi things necessary for the purposes
^^M'    BBERraiTAVLOR,   ,   .
Solicitors for Applicants,
Baled September SOth, 1885.   ■';  ' deStc
PublicNotice
.Inr festoimter Me librarj.
3IHE.UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
llic kindness and permission of the
ayor and oity Oouncil) two »«eks ano:
re-opened tho.PubUc Library, and takes,
thlsopporluniifto offcr nn lnyttotloh to'
resldcnu ot Jlei* jWestmlnfiter W PW-hUnil
n vlall. l-epcrs.-and Majriialnes Bl all"
illrentlons are Wcelved. for putrotlS rvnd
visitors, nnd more will ttt eddcd.ln ease ai
reasonable' Support   Ik olrtalUed.   Tlio'
terms arc JiOoentaanionth,,'n a-fvoiicf.as
papers, *c, are paid for In advance. Thlir
will uinountto ahont! ccntsaaayi or the:
£!Xif8WSWlS'--
elegant books .Jwhlch mny 'be.-tihw    "*
cost of otic Cjl
tn aee nows
every JH hours!  There Is. no compulsion
about this, bnVthoee "w^1 i*BllWfiiiJt»
ting In out of ,llio rain and who can enjoy
a doocnt flrewlil doulrtlemlap,p'JeSateluT» ,
InalltiiHon. Ladles and strangers ale froe,
so donlrlless all the parties who believe In
liluc Ribbon will ctimo forward ntoAce
nml Join this attractlvo aiTalr, both, (or
their own credit anil Hint of others. Oome
one, come all, and yon will be attended tor I r
l,yonowliocaiisoap»U.claaie»,vls.J
yonrs'RcHpectfuIlv, ' „
. HlSNJtV W. HUOHES.
New West.; An«. "«r 18*1. .   dt>u!!3U> NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Skating Rink , Prof. Bosco
Cakes. A. Diebel
Pitilji $ritish Columbian
Wednesday Evening;. Sept. Jin, 1886.
The Branch Hallway-
Ever since the people of this city
undertook seriously to go about the
work of securing railway connection, they have' experienced a constant succession Of delays and disappointments. When the scheme
was first brought before Mr. Van
Home, he gave it every encouragement. It was intimated that the
city might give a bonus of 850,000
if necessary to secure railway connection; but Mr. Van Horne suid
it had not been the policy of his
company to accept from municipalities any larger sum than could be
given without creating financial embarrassment, and intimated that a
less sum might be found sufficient.
The citizens marvelled at the generosity of the man and the company,
a quality tbe existence of which they
never expected to discover among
railway corporations. . After a great
many months had keen consumed in
waiting and negotiating, it was
found that the company's demand
from the city amounted to a cash
subsidy of $7fi,01)0, witji rightof
way and station grounds. The land
required for railway purposes will
probably cost $35,000, making the
total expense of securing the branch
line about $110,000. Fortunately
the provincial government consent
ed to furnish one half the bonus,
whioh leaves nearly $75,000 to be
provided by the city. If it had not
been for the government's, aid, we
do not very well see how it would
have been possible for the oity to
meet the demands of the syndicate.
Those who have kept themselves
posted on the progress of railway
negotiations know how many difficulties have had to be removed out
ot the way of a final and satisfactory adjustment, and how willingly
the city corporation lias met every
reasonable request of. the syndicate
so as to hasten the completion of
the road. Mr. Van Horne stated
to a deputation last year that the
road bed would be ready for the rails
as soon as they arrived from England, where they would be ordered
by telegraph, anti that when they
came the nwl could be completed in
a week. The* rails ai rived sooner
than had been expected, and before
the road was quite ready to receive
them; but"-if there had been uny
wish on the part of the syndicate
to hasten the completion of the
road, trains might have been running long, long ago. The ship New
York arrived dt Port Moody on the
22nd June, with the.steel rails for
this branch, and at that time the
grading of the line was well under
way. By the middle of July the
road might have been ready for
traffic. Now, it must be wel! known
to the syndicate that the people of
New Westminster were extremely
anxious to have the branch road
opened as soon as the main line, and
it was in view of tliis that they
willingly undertook serious responsibilities which otherwise would have
been avoided. When the city debentures were deposited'in the Bank
of British Oolumbia in trust for the
railway company, Mr. Abbott was
asked to name a date when the
branch would be completed and
the money required. He named
the 15th of July, u dat* at which
the thing might easily have been
accomplished if the syndicate hod
so willed.. It is now ihe 22nd of
September, and for over two months
the city has heen paying interest tit
the rate of $250 per month on these
debentures whicli are lying-unused
in the vaults of the bank, and for
this interest We are recoiving no
benefit whatever. ' Moreover, it is
well known that in socuring the
right-of-way the council compromised with some property holders
on terms that involved the payment
of thousands of dollars which otherwise might have been saved if the
matter had been allowed to go into
the courts. But courts of law are
almost invariably sources ef delay,
and the council deemed it in the
city's interest to settle these exorbitant claims so as to secure the speedy
completion and operation of the
rood. We must confess that the
result is extremely disappointing.
While the city corporation has been
straining every, nerve, and incurring
heavy expenditures, to secure the
early completion of the road, the
syndicate has not been showing any
honest intention of meeting the expectations created by the utterances,
of its own officials. At the present
writing the road is only partly ballasted, about half a mile of it is
without rails, there are no sidetracks, wharves or terminal buildings. The city has already expended upward* of $30,000 for right-of
way, and is paying $250 a month
interest on railway debentures, and
atill there is no road. We understand that plans .for wharf and station buildings were to be submitted
to Mr. AVom'UMfi'.Mtwihy
were not thesa plans prepared long
ago and tbe works erected! the
rainy season is now nt hand, and
It would surprise no one if the terminal buildings are not oonstruoted
this season nt all. Unless the season proves to be unusually dry,
building operations can be carrier]
on only nt a very great disadvan
tage. Hitherto we have abstained
from finding fault with the conduct
of the syndicate . towards this city,
but it is just as well that the facts
may ke made known, and the syndicate given fto understand that the
people of this city are not altogether shutting their eyes to these facts.
It is the last straw that breaks the
camel's back, and we have reason
to fear that unless an honest effort
is made to complete the railway
without unnecessary delay, publio
feeling against the syndicate will
kecomo positively hostile.
*PO»-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET,  Opp. d. P. X, VfllAKP.
(Ine22tc
Skating Btt Hi,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
One   Night  Only!
SATURDAY,  SEPT'R'" 25.
Commence at 8 Qiclock prompt.
ADMISSION,
25 £ 50 CENTS.
Professor Bosco
■    THE WORLD UNOWNED MAGICIAN,
WHO HAS PERFORMED FOR ONE
continuous run of 2 yonra In'London, England; to crowded und delighted
audiences in Paris, France, for 9 months;
with treat shccbsb In all the principal
towns and cities In Canada and the United States, and In otlicr parts of the worJd.
The press everywhere uronounce Bosco to
be one of the cleverest magicians and entertainers the world has ever produced.
Mr. Bosco will appear In Ills new grand
entertainment, entitled,
' Two Hours Illusions I
iWFor Programme see smalt Bills and
Programmes in the Hall.
Two hours real genuine fun. Tho audience kept lu.roars of laughter the whole
evening. The entertainment Is select and
without vulgarity In every respect
Don't, forget the date -- SATURDAY,
Sept. 25. dse22td
Auction Sale!
UNDEK INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR.
Ci. LEISER, I will  sell   by Public
Auction, on
Thursday, 23rd Inst,
At his residence, Columbia Street, nil his
well-kept 	
:       FURNITURE,;:
Consisting of Plans, Parlor Set, Bedroom
Hrts, Side Hoard, Lomrph, Carpels* Tn«
Men, Chairs, Stoves, At., Ac.
Sale will commence nt 1 o'cloek sharp.
W#r-«ia Caala*. T. .1. TRAPP,
dseWtd Auctioneer.
Telephone Call No. 8.
P.O. Box 71.
WM McCOLL
jtitnl MsrtUiss!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
; Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK, Columbia SU
rlw-nimto
Globe House!
WM. RAE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FINE SELECTION :p** •;:
MEN'S  AMERICAN
FELT HATS
FASHIONABLE IIIQU CROWNS.
'-'   -—ALSO	
Children's and  Boys'   Plush
and Felt; \
NEW BLANKETS,
QUILTS,
HLANNELS, &C.
OOLUMBIA STREET.    u«rnc20nil
A. H. V.
AVPB'fl-1'1- Vigor cures bsldnen.
AX MmMX OHair Vigor rertoiM fitt*
fai fresbncii and color to faded lid ft»f
hair. It attains thoao result* by tho lUn*
nlition of tbo hair roots and color glands.
It rejuvenates the tt a tt> and cleanses it.
It restores to tho XX A1XV that, cither by
reason of ago or dlicaaes of tbo scalp, has
become dry, harsh and brittle, a pliancy and
glossy silken softness of extreme beauty.
Thore la no dye laAycr's H»f'YTTs*ra/YIl
and the good It docs Is bythe V IWvlF
It Imparls to tht follicles, and tbe clsan-
llness and hsalthfulncsi of tite . condiUon
In Tvblch it maintains tho scalp.
A itrkl?"0>Cl Hair Vigor renews Uw hair.
A X MU&X O Hnir Vigor is the best enn
known fur Braiby Hulr, Scald Hud, Itcbtoff
Humors, Tetter Sorus, Torpid Follicles, and
all' other diseases of the scalp tbat causo
tho falling of. tlto it a tt> and IU fading.
Nothing clcnnscaXXiXXX*i0ftb«nul*Ot»
of dsiidruif so perfectly, and so tfflKtiMlljr
prevsnts Its rclurii, as Atbb's IlilB VlOOl.
In addition to Iho curative and restorative
Virtues peculiar to Ayer's Hair \T'fi____t\T9
it is alellot luxury/. TlwHalr T *Wy•**
is by. far tho cleanliest halr-dresslng hud**
It causes tho hair to grow thick and loug,
snil keeps it alwaya soft and glossy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Contains no deleterious Ingredients. .Ita. use
prevents al] scalp disease, secures against the
hair growing thin or grny, and surely cures all
baldneiS that Is not organic,
PRKFAfHUB-f
Dr.. J. C. Ayar A t'o,, LowbII, Hmi.
Sold by all Druggliti.
Estate of Heniy 0. Hyde,
pKCEASED.
TENDERS VfiXA, BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until the smi dny of
September, 1888,lor the purchase ,ot both
or eithor of the'following, vl*.: An undivided hnlf Interest lit Lot ft, Block Iff, in
the city of Now Westminster, and also an
undivided half interest In Lot78, Group
One, New Wostmlnster District, fronting
on Burnaby Luke.
E. A. JENNS,     -
dsciltd Administrator.
CHARLES MURRAY,
■ ■      CLARKSON STREET,'
Opp. Registry Office, Kew West'r.
PAPER HANCINC, GLAZING, KAISOMININC, Ao.
WALUPAPER.
Tho largest nssortmeilt-of Wall Papor
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on haml at bottom prices,  Rain-
Sles on view at T, It. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia St,   Pnper hang-big at
specially low rates. (Isolate
HOP LEE
HAS    REMOVED    HIS    LAUNDRY
From Front Street to No. 54 Columbia St.,
opposite Thos. Ovens' Blaclumlth Shop,
where he will be glad to see his oldcua-
tomers, dauUpmli;
Tenders for a License to cut Timber on
Dominion lands In ilie Province of
British Columbla.
8BALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned, iind marked "Tender for a Timber nortii," will bo received
at this Offlce up to noon on Wednesday
the lst day of December next, for three
timber berths of fifty square miles each,
more or, less, numbered respectively 16,17
and 18, situate on the west Ride of the Columbia River, near Golden City Station
on the line of the Canadinn Pacitio Rallwny, tn the Province of British Colnmbia.
i Sketches shewing the position, approximately, of these berths, together with the
conditions upon which they will be licensed, und the forms of tender therefor,
may he obtained at this Department or ai
the Crown Timber Offices nt Winnipeg,
Calgary, X, Vf. T., and New Westminster.
Britisli Coiumbin,
■   -        -    •        A. M. BURGESS,
mi*, i - Deputy of the
Minister of tho Interior.
Department of the Interior,
'  Ottawa, 9th Sopt., 1830. dwaeMla
MAINLAND
I.
(Succ-swirs lo St. U. Lewis.) ,  .
NEW WfiSTMltfSTER, B.'C.
Livery, Sti^ and Feed Stables,
Horses, Carriages .and Stages
Supplied at all Hours.
PRIVATE HOUSES' AND CARRIAGES
KEPT AT REASONABLE HATES.
HTAMUiS-Nortli Sido Columlilii HI.
Telephone No* IC
*»TFI«!K--O]r|)osllc Bank of B. C.
dsellte - Telephone Ne. 33.
■FIRE!
PHJE NIX
ISlilCE COT
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
(Organized A;». isjsu
Capital,    •    $1,000,000
Losses Paid, over $23,000,000
J—ct-sas-X-.
/ETNA
INSURANCE CO'Y
Hartford', Conn.
CHARTERED A.D. 1810.        Ol j
Cash Capital, ■ $4,000,000
Cash Assets, - $9,192,643
i
A—a-mxr ts.
■JSTOT^O-E.   .
Policies are written in, the
above Companies at NewWestminster without reference to
Victoria.
RATE ON 0ET«N£D JMVELLIMGS. '' KR OUT
W0OBB, tTIHKR * BAMB1K,
,   Agea's for Nrvr Wf sltnlaster
f.ilr mul Muriel. tlscfitiil
Gas Fittings!
E. 8. SCOULtM & CO.
-»' ,*A>e Prepared to Supply nud Kreot
Gas Pipe,
•*> Gas Fixtures,
And everything relating to this branch of
business.
«T Experienced end competent men
o-aly employed, nnd work guaranteed
first-class In every respect. Prices un low
as anywhere else,
E.ig/feCOtflil-AK A CO..     -
d-JIySltc ,     f-,i\ J Columbia Street f;
ConMeration Life
ASSOCIATION.
(baannitee Capital..
.$l,000,«M
Full Gov'itft Deposit
HEAD OFFICE.tbRONTO, CAftjADA
A H0ME~C0MPANY.:.
This, Association > meats' the
confidence the Public is' reposing iti it from the following
FACTS:—
. The SncurUf offered to policy holders In
unsurpassed by any Company doing busi*
ness In Canada,     .  * 'it    f
It hus no schemes of Insurance, butthe
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to tbefr contracts^
It* statements to the publio ean bo readily understood, Its cash statement ihow-
Ing every Item of Income and bow expended.
Its position IsiiBcerlnlned annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
QfHftbilitylHluolu<W:       .  *'.-*  V*    ,'
Its progreH^bns beenuneiaiflpled la
the lifBtory of insurance In Cam
"iit "
existence.
Its policies nre indisputable alter threo
years, and non-forfeltablo after two years'
Its profits art distributed upon an equitable bosli. The protlts to one class of
policy holders are not lessoned" to give
larger profits to any other olass, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Conditions ttt te UtMdemttamU
Travel, .    .
J. K. MacDONALD;       '
Managing Dlreotor, I
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New Westmlnstei
Je7*2iio*!t«niaU.       .'"'■:",'
*S*THAT-W
';■. rmrt tr j*-*-*
WANT.
uuu
$1.25
titeTRICTOF
-viii'i ts iiililiutt io
1?htie, M£5,
tliU
general:
COMPLETE STOOK OP
-AT-
BOTTOM  PRICES!
ing, |
aiid
'. This jMap luu.bsen produced at
great cost, and gives u vast amount
of information never before availa-
■ ***j s-s .. n
b)& respecting the most important
district in tlie Province.   ..    ...
)   The new Map shows tlio latest
surveys, the latest roads, tlia liu* of
•vw Xi ?U-* : JJ..I   til
the 0. F. R. and extensions.
BUY I
Mwrnn * .••;;:■■.
iiui'.ti      _—_
',i- civ -se   " "■
■     PljBIilSHED'BY. "' ' '     , ,
';rand'S-ro&::
Real Estate, lnsnrnnce and
. cinandial' A'geiits;''
If E*yVE8TMIJSaiER, VAttCOUVEB
ANP'1T((3T()BIAj i■-■   .1
H I  ROR OAtj€}AT^ )<
T! k B^ar-s^^Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANGOUVER.
'•'. V1..:.''■■'..*. T"":.^L:^;-i*^-^r:.:-*-- .-■* • '•"--**-•■•*y'w*'u»»*w-*i.>'.
Laud Re-rlstry Ordinance, 1870
Irol M, Black I, loll, Block II, tat It,
BlMk Tl, Utl, Murk II, BlilHtltl.l.*
 1, of DIHrlcl Lot No. im. Lot 1|,
lh
1
, XXVII, BoMlTl.Inn t_   p„i «(
Jet Lol Ko. Mt, aad BlMk si, part
orBWrlct Lol No. ma, la Ike Ulllfof
V.w».v.r.
WiliREAS THE 0EBTIFICATE8 OF
Title ol John Culllrrter to tbo above-
mentioned lund. have been lost or de-
.troyed, and application lias been made
tor duplicate, thereof; Notice Is therefore
hereby given tbat suoh duplicate oertlfl-
cates will be issued unless causo be shewn
to tho contrary within one month from
the date hereof.
-..'.'.-■     . B. W. ^BMSIBONO,.
r Deputy Bcgfstrar.
nd Beglitry OIHeo, '      ,a,K .<
Now Wistmlnster, B. C, llth SepU, 'SO.
'Wasl
rfer-
PITT  &  OW
R^jf Jgtate;Mm
ANDM0NEY BROKERS,
"--•AND—     ■'■•■ '■• •'••-■ **.''
General Commission Ag'ts
VANOOUVEB. B. O.
..     LOANS NmOTIATEP.
mm PERPETUAL
REID & currie;
j ,     —6V1-t_s_s  ■■■■■;...-■■., j
PACIFIC CARRIAGE WOflKS
El AVE .PUBOKASBD! ..THE .. m)
n   right to manutaoture these celebr
AVE , PUBQUASER . .THE UOUS.
. right to manufacture these celebrat-
^.-jayTBalllng Presses In Ihe Provinoe of ,
Brllish Mumlla, aad are noWftaOTa*-*
JurtgjItMai atthelrmonufactory.Colum-
blaJ-JE, Jjow Westminster. FantiBiiand
.Others Interesled. are.advlsed. to call and
se* these presses before piireluslng else-
where, They bave no equal for economy,
"Imalto tyaud efncloncy.
Tflth this Press there Is no climbing up
and tramping In tbe bay and climbing
flown again and pulling out *h?bKle\iB'
'•j"' Uw old-style presses. Everything Is
dOne on the level grouhd. ! You don't Om
Uie team, to tie tbe hale. The hole Is dls-
ohaiged automatically, aud moves Itself
on to a platform scale to be weighed and
Tt In the cheapest Press, besides being
the |ia«t| so evory farmer can aflbrd to
havo one of his own, and lt will novo him
Its worth In one season by reducing the
high rates of freight to a, minimum, and,
by avoiding loss of time' and vexation
when yon wanf,** & ."-ailing, bay,,,
;;«';n»Eip.&Qg.aR(i;'[,
■"i'lU I Jdwaesto-...■•.- .. ;.
JKO.BEIII.
Hi Ali W
WH. CUBB'E.
EA-eiFie
COLUMBIA 8TBBBT.
New Westminster, B.C.
JustHec-aivedvl^Q.
P. R. 6ne%i-r-Mit ot
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stovefi are from
the celebrated flhn'of
of E. & O. Gurney A
Op. an ta re we'll
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering t h e s e
Stoves at a slight advance on oost to make
room for two more
oar loads now on the
*e$. 'U'Xi {■:■■,   !■'■ }::■■
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO,
daulJKc bbr.ij'MfllA STBBEi'.
rTT^-vYNO PCRCHAelBip the Black.
-El smitlilng buiiness lately carried on
ftillsib tsm&'t-i 'b- Pacific .Cir-.
riage Works, carried on bv {ohnatone t
Smith, wo are pt.p»t«l ip manuf.ctar.
all kind* of
n Bfflgji njMfjj t,,}»
-i*,BJ,!i   i'il..   Ul
mm on \$M;
'I'A r
If you want Bargains.
ilw-JlyDlto
" O NPTIQ5,
TO ROAD
QEAIiEDTEM)Btt8*:win   bo  rorelvod
HWCTPAY tlie M Inst., fttofttnln A1
pulwUifhoHflotl Iloml, ftiirre-f. *■       i
HpcolflrntlniiB ciin be Keen nnd formHfor
tonder olitnlitod at ttie OovemmeutOfflce,
Xew ^(MuffiHUfi at ■ ttig Klgln Hotel
Mnd Day, nnd nt Punnti*-* Hot*! Brbw»H-
vllle, .; ,    ,,     -*• ....
Tlio lowest or nny tender not necrssnrtly
noeeptea, "'
, '   „ P, WARWJOK,
93 E >i aov-arnnientAgeut,
jSaw Vfeslm lnsler, S6|*t. Ifl, im."' dwn'lWd
CHANO^JJJ^DIKf,
JU ..HI
JI
STEAME
-{,-jfO TAlg AHD WAV P«MI,    -
Leaving NewWestialnsteron ...,,   ,
MONDAYS mill THUHHIUYH
w -
Jlynlle
■''iftln 5,q,-,-''"''■, oh WMnMilaJi*
CIAPT. INRI.EY, Master.
Ll VI
BAvM(^:iPt:ii-:'v;,
*i fthas^-d the MtMs.  :
of Ha«JwJir^Pamt|S;,
OUs, &cu of tlie Estate of frapp Bros.^ ,
we pui*po^ offetfti^ : '
totiiePu^¥EilY;'r;
Wat .iSipefew
MMPi.ISiia,,, „
bratiehofi the ■'Busi'!
c,   .!■   „ 'r'rquj-
ness, whicli yre";Wugt
-will secure the ■■$*&   . i
ronage elf thosfe residN   ;;
ing on 'theMai^an-if'^i"-r
««?&$ ttl^C^lltiai'^*
large and well-selected stock  of Shelf
Hardwire   m'T'XL
east^rn;^a^|F(M^;
GASH,which^e ex*
peat ,to arrive in a
few   dg||-;Mf^if|
assortni^tr,'ifill b^,^
we consider; -second ;
to none in ihej 00^ ;
coiKi||letei' in,;- all the
following branches;
^n^ral  arid Stelf'.'.'!
H^dw$r§,;C!»-*cut
Sawfe, j^nts in ^|i
colors, Soiled &J Ka4 ;
Linseed Oil [English
and American};;, I)ry
ICololraMmj'uM-imd^-
W^lI^epandWiiK :
dow Blinds, Oafctti,:
Pitch, (^ia^Blastiiig"
and' Sporting iGun-
Powdeii Fuse anid
Caps, Brushes in
m&,  ;Piite-Wa$h,
Scrubbing,  Itorse*
Dandv'and;
mu
and
And everj-^jug J^ thg, ,y-||*«le |jji.-)
nn the shortest noticer nnd at reasonable prioes.
• iWfl also keep in stock the almva
articles, and all kinds of Wagon
and Oarrirge Material,   ,    ,- ,
Repjlrlh-*, NlntlBK ft Trimming done at reasonable prices.
an
In alriu branches. Farmers', Log
gers', Mill and Contract Work, and
HwcMhoeifi^ undertaken; Ajfiicul-
lural ImplaraenU, and everydiing
in the Mackamith lln* made to order.
We also keep in stock to si
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Ou»l
Goal, Chain, Horse and Ox
Steej and Iron Harrow Teeth, Wax.
rows, Springs, Axles, nnd a complete
stoek of Carriage Hattlware.
, Having secured flnt'elau work
men, »» feel confident of glvld* sat-
isfacllioji, *   -
Pocket
?e iii^osedping
aCASH;BtiSlpsp:
arid all orders intrusted to l^pflp(BjTO
jCct tp^|i,;»|a^odi'^
count of 15 per centi
—our "inotto, being*
^Small*.., Prt))Bts ^
l^ick ^Urns.^ ,'   '■'
tNiikloK the Piblie gener.
»By tor the liberal pstronite
iccordeU to »s m the pas!, it1'
trwt by itrlW attention to
business to merit a tonllnu*
usee ef ibe ome, , ,,'
T.Jf TRAPP,
■ ■■I   .....       iSlli:  .1    J rillll'i illlii   iim'J     .f;
All matorlal and work leaving
ie shop will l)f.. gWShteecl first-J
•as.. , OrSera'froVtlle   oouutrv
olaaa.
prompUjr attended to.
'mWlto     REiD'ifjuBRi^
iuMmr'n.i.il.1 i.iy.rt   .
COMMISSIONS IH. THK OOOMTBV :
PROMPTLY FXKOUTKD,     ni
.tobii
.] •nil „
WANTED.
AppWat'-io
AnMEIW IIOMI!,
Sititty- tHU*m W IMY TtHllJ |
1 MliOOHiaOK.TWINII.MMDJ'R, ,
S MEADOW I^ABUJlil*-—
i] ■' I TRIUMPH HEAPKIW,
' 1 BUCKETS MOWER,
13 VI tWOA HAY RAKE.-
«USS WINDOWS ft D00R8
■'I'lJ'IATFACTORT BATWJ.ti'-.'n 1.3
nejJMc DAILY CI
BY TUB
COLUMUA STATI-NIIV MD PllHTIHO CO.
e Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
ed In the City dally..."So. per week
dally, one year $I(U»
dally, six mon!p*-J*'OTfr""fr|*™
.DVUTItma UTEI FOI THE OAILV.
ilentAilverllsenmnts.-Flr."tlnser-
ctfl. per line solid nonpareil; each
.lent consecutive Insertion, 2 cts. per
advertisements not Insorted every
rots, per line eneli Insertion.
received ut following-rates: llnoh,
nonth: 2 Ins. S3; % col. 15.80; % col.
col. $16. If Insorted for less tfian 3
per eent. will be added.
al Netlce* among reading matter,
per line eaeh Insertion. Specials
attention to advertisements, 10cts.
LU M BI AN !.f.F^RT^,Asylum.—CoiiiitaBJe Lewb
■.ip-rifOil focini Victoria to-day with a
riiaiijiiaBi^l Leech fac the asylum.
Closed.—Nearly,.pl^gtppM in the
city were closed between 2 and 4
o'clock this afternoon in respect to ihe
memory of the lato Mr..Homer.
IJ ifidLicB Cov^t.,—The charge, pjf j ab:
ducting a klootchman was brought
against an Indian in the police court
this morning. The caie was adjourned.
tf.jTliqptyjAiNa.—We *■»" pleased to
learn tliat Mr. Willie Higgins, -oft.Victoria* lias so far recovered from hU
late acoident as tu b£able to drive out.
j, Marriages and p
" — -**ttiffotJe
tuft
neetlon
mi'Piitterni ^dtiebs In cot
mth*, 50 cU. each Insertion.
an Sales, when displayed, charged
•ent, lend tban transient advts. If
darned at regular transient rates.
WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
tied every BntiinlRjr Mora Ing.
ed in the City, pen
WEEKLY AWEftTISI HfrjlATEI.
>leHtAdv«MMni
ota. per line lolld t	
1 insertions, Sets, per line,
tlMK AdT«rtlse«eMls.-For 1 Inch.
•montb:2lns.|2porm.:8inB.jaBO.
' 1 col. $12.75 per m. t_luwted foji -
■n 3 mos. 10 per cent win be added
On the Brahoh.—Tli6re are two
trains at work now on tho branch lino,
with a steam Uioydl and 800 men. H
this force had -lieeh 'put on a month
ago the ballasting wuuld have been
ftJwwfr'TV,' :'^n,i ...
HiRHEHT PBS^VA^;/jj'*Ef(lly'1 Trinitjr'
lurch is very beautifully decorated
'fiit.tlie harvest fostival sarvioes which
are boing held to-day. Rov. Mr,
Crouoher preached at this morning's
service, ana at-the evening, commenc-
ins* at 8 p. in., Rev. Mr. Beanlands of
Victoria will deliver a sermon.
9 per c
i rates.
al notices among reading matter,
ier line eaoh Insertion,
must be all metal,ant
ra rate will be charge..  .
d In either Issue tor less thi
2 f*0ghl!lolttmbi-in
ncsday Evening, Sept. *». ism.
terday there was an *jual lei
i and night.
Sale 1000 l-baireluapilj'tito
at this office.   .
am and fanoy cakes atDiebo
rant, Front st.   See adv.
'• river ia
._ , Creek.—Recent arrivals
from'the SimUfeJHniih isodntry report
mining as fairly satHhctbryon the
paying portion of Granite creek. .Men
having claims there have,taken out
sufficient to pay all expenses incurred
during the viint*t,rand have a little,
over, but nothing hat neii laken outside of them-jij.iw^M vm
ot attention is being paid to the old
ehaiuwlLlnd in drifting for it some
Very nf*'nuggets have teen obtained.
Dirt which pays very fairly ha. already
been struck.,! Thero are 'now between
Ine hundred and fifty and two hun-
'dred men iii camp. > Water at present
is very low. """„,
» .,1.1    ,1—111 !_U ! ■ ,..■
nofttltando^'r,"
to  be better to-day
than
ins on the Vancouver Island rail
■ill commence running on Octo
I now thekmg'djf *Gf eeoecontem-
leaving his country.for his coun-
roodl 9? °5 lir:*'ja'- "'<•'
rty tons freighttethis,If'-Jri"*,
on the Yosemite. The Teaser
ht 20 tons. J.'Imii!
Sale—Hotel doing a goo
lap.     Apply   at
r k Gamble. - -jyMt*-'
ohcap.
rying
ootls,
Boston Post modestly hopes
t its oight-pago fomi itwilj make
s good a bustle as ever,
nember the auction s»Jo of .Mr.
■'. househ*l[t ttjnlMM^Mo., Mtjt\
jrod-'oodi" Jia-ilie suggestive name
given to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, he-
w, 12 o'clook sharp',' opposito tho
oeo ofr tt'lieWer','&$'>-* ""um*
horses. *
str. Ypsemito. arrived Iromyic-
it 1:30'tliis afternoon. Thia' is
hing like  time, and  we don't
_.. i^lotJ&'ioiAy mi
street is completed, and a very
ntial appearanco is given to that
f the water front.
> Queen of the Paoifio ■*•*-"***-to
Moody this morning wltMWfght,
iting of salmon and machinery,
ire decMlng on the plan of your
ouse look oyer the latest archltec-
de.l™'al*I«:Hffl'*ttin*,'
„ign» avmr; Hra»omi*e,'MeKen=
and combl*» eoanow**''*- utility
eauty. dtr-s«13to
e Yosemite brought up 21 pack-
seal furs, whieh are being shipped
iondon via the 0. P. R. by the
son Bay company) 'A lacgi lot
irrive next boat.
nicely w-fc-J^lBWI 0fgt>»Mi
S. McLure can be seen in Mr.
son's show windows, Also his
ree OMMb.-J-l.' Hfcn* -ArrMAh Ml
ed muoh favorable comment. 4-Jlif
addition to our new stock of spring
s we have opened an Invoice, of
ouals, West of England Broadcloths
French Caselmeres, Walsh the
el Tailor. H*JJBWil "WitLs*, Mil*'
ap21to
. was in the city a few days ago.
understand that Mr. Sutherland
emplates establishing a wholesalo
ie in this oity. , ,,
■y Ayer's Pills, and be ■ftm**MW"y' tl
mild word to describe tbe mischief
ody an4''mlnnil'yito li}'(nftitual
tipatlon. The regular use of Ayer's
artio Pills, In mild doses, will testtfli
torpid viscera to. healthy action,
Personal.
Sir "Edv*»rd .Watkin arrived at Vic-
toria last night.
Seuator Nelsoii and Mr. Springer,
of Moodyville, are in town.
Mr, W. H. Bone, of Victoria, onine
down river on the Adelaide.
Messrs. A. Ewen, J. H. Todd and
Rev. Mr. Tait arrived on the Yosemite.
Miss Ure and Mrs.O. Todd returned
to-day from a visit to friends in Viotoria.
Mr. Justice Henry, of the Canadiun
supreme court, arrived per 0. P. R.
yesterday and went to Vicioria. It is
oxpected he will ut onoe proceed to
hear, the exchequer cases that have
been awaiting him. Among these i.
the disputed ownership of the townsito of Farwell.
Registered at tlie Colonial:  H. J.
leppard, Vancouver; B. Springer,
Moodyvillo; Soiiutoi'Nelson, Hastings;
"ft, McQee, North Ami; Al J. Morton,
San Francisco; Af"E. Kidd, Toronto;
H. S. Mason, Victoria; S. Brighouse,
Viotoria; J. Miller, Vancouver; W.
B. Sloan, Calgary; J. A. Campbell,
Ghilliwhack; Bti O;' Frank, San Ftan-
cisco; A. F. Cotton, Harrison Lake.
Thb Last Rites.—The funeral of
the late J, A. R.''Hdtaer, M. P., took
place tliis afternfttm. The procession
left the family rosidonce at 2 o'clock
for Holy Trinity Church, where the
H^lrvrui\ service-, ,o£ die. jiceasion were
'conducted %'th6 Volf. Archdeacon
W&odsJ, assisted by the Rev: Mr.
Croucher. The ohuroh .was.jfilled with
ia JWge audien^iirn^JtssSinbled tii l»y
their last tribute of respeot to liim
who waa esteemed for his many excel;
lentqualitie^kdli'lvonoiablecareerin
public aa well aa In private life.
The body was )iyforrod in the Church
of England ceidMSSw.i !following 'are
the names of the nail-bearers: Senator
Nelson, Mayta DitklMpii,, 0. G. Major, J. S. Clute, Donald ; Cliisholm,
ifir^j-fWmbndsi^Geo. "flfebeterj H.
IHlott, !Capt."Pittendrigh, Jas. W.
Harvey, ].; 0. Armstrong, J. 0.
Hughes. Tlib procession waa one'df
the largesteve^aeenin,t'iis city,
si its blooilenriching qualities. er      HH  '»" —   .',
1. Webbwill sell by aactldi Pffl \RM ftjo-ji-Ji Mesiirs. „ Shadwell I &
Walker havd!"oWgh't'oiU,-4JlfB B. .tii**
and will take charge of the'busine*s
the first of Octobor. Mr. Shadwell,
-whifUNf - residua - lln. iho city for .the
past three years, is well known to our
citizens as a young gentleman of good
cjumiet! and good businets qualities.
MK*Walker, who..hal. teprteented J.r
S. McDonald & Ctk'Jk wholesale hoosf
of Toronto in tils provinco for the
past two years, ia known among deal-,
-JJhMt'grod buHnssssn-au, tnd lias, a
»"^'*-*"'   • "i ■ • ' a.iJ_ .1* le.ii*L-Ut.';  *--*•* » '
very good acquaintance with the tilde
of tho province,,'. Pais at present returning from th» cast, where ;he has
been purchasing a,neif.Mock,.a«i4 witt.
arrive ahputJuiiiiJay next,,' Wa be-
ipea'ti 'for the new. itm a aot less
prosfarous career ,t»n ha. been on-
M8ftWt^**^*«-**«MI>"i%».j ■
who leaves to take charge of his lather-
inlaw's wholesale .houseInflo^ria,
Mr. Lena beilq' now a gentleman' advanced in years.     ..ts    ft..' 7'Jii
 .   'il   V' .    iVr'','"..   -,
;1,fiftfi**H   ^OLtTMllIAl- ••bHIMT.*-A
irrespondont of the Winnipeg Smi
,s»y»., of.,. the C.P.Rl exhibition at the
great industrial fair at Toronto: "Tlie
!nibst striking featnre in the whole
building ia the exhibit whioh is made
by the Canadian' Pacifio Railway and
which illustrates the productive powerTi
of tho whole country along its coiuto
to the Pacifio Ocean. It is an n4*ni*a-
ble display both for its extent Hjd;*
Jjupntiaife character as a whoM, s»d
for tho variety, excellence in quality,
and skill in arrangement shown in uie
way of detains; Tfifl,attention.of eyeH
*   'est observer willhanlly miss
- oD -Jtio seotiml'of a British Columbia spruce,t-4oi,»vhicli starts Him iii'
the face. It binrs a legend, telling its
■en feet in
"fl
tot. Btf'A'WrMW
ioian announces that he will appear
ie Skating Rink on StiurdAy Weti-
next In his great entertainmont,
-o H-"Wi ifll'W-rk-'PW' !»?•
ir promises a thoroughly respoct-
ibTisiihi'uisbyiUss
birthplace aid that fit is sever
^iwiiW- mmm'iftki,
anifonoither-*1- -='■■-'-'■-
or kept frori
casos, aro line specimens of the mineral
wealth of tlio Canadian great Nortli-
,«*e»*: J.Territories. At tho other end,
facing the north entrance, is a similar
trophy, tho ,trc|e suction ill that caao
being fir, aiul eight $ out in diametot.
Betweon tliBlo two cxtri
This ia a new tun
HeAttWrB'W'Bi
'emmes lifis tlVe
aijriciiltArai exhibit, and a must atti-ac-
Kflf*, iti,v-*-pf»'W»fipo*r
tlio supporting pillars of the building a
miniature aroh is constructed by means
of bundles of prairio misses and different sorts of grain.   On opposite sides
trt siWfW$
of the North-west.   On the
ilow, in almost bewildering
gions." imH^tal'l
and enjoyable performance,
, is said-t&fek" Twiiii-S^roba1.
the richest author in America bo-
He states that he drew one
ik for |00,000, as the returns of
latest book written by him. And
s not content with making .money
lis own writings. It is well known
j he is the publisher (or one of^ the
Ushers) of Gen. Grant's " "
convict of the Nebraska peniton-
y, who lias just completedvh»s term,
instituted a novel suit for damages
inst the attorney who defended him
mhewtfJ**Jrt4:$$cl.mi.l,.
by inal-prac-
l the law-
      ot-Thav-r
to defend .aU j fto. inid-pi*«ticti'
j.   If tlie lawvenand preachers
ie  in now, tho learuad urofuasions
be evened up a little in honors,
tis repMt«l,.Uiat.rtu*wttw hwr
mt judges, amounts to millions of
ara, It will be seriogsly fell by
usands of farmers,  laborers and
oundTgiMPa'-^i
is, but this year in favored sections
rill not be 10,00ft.tof i whittil Wdv
ds are unfit for the market.   Tha   .. . ,-.,,.-,    ,, -
George Phillips, of Binghamton, Solano county, Cal., has justd«npletcd
loii^fbiifi-iotsis.'i $ sirpif"
are made of old newspapers coiled am
fsstened with a paste madia iii glueahd
^of'oW'&Ull'J^
gooa>. boxes and the like. He was
two yesrs in building this instrument,
VliMK'"ls aaid to havi1 an estelWnt
.taahoTi ivotliiijiiII ut inaniHosai
,4eJoir;(mtao, Co.;
"I obuinediauii'dlate tc-
llsBfraril tluhuse of- Br. Thonnul lfclea^
tt» Oil ■ rTia*o"1iad*astliina (or eleven-
years. Havo lieeii oMIged to sit up sll
■night forJ ten or twelve nights in succession,   I cawnttwHeepsoandlyallaight
North Arm school.
. .< (Correspondence of tho Colnmblan.) ,
The people of this district are to be
congratulated on having a neat and
comfortable aihool house. Mr. J.
Land took theco*trsot about -tha. hit
of August, an J- had every tiling completed for starting sohool bn Sept.
20th, The building is situated on the
jtottion of the Granville and North
arm roads, and , presents a very, fine
appearance. Sohool was opened by
Miss Harding with a fair attendance,
which will be increased next week.
As an example of the interest taken
in this school, it may be mentioned
that all the1 trustees were present at
the opening. Tlie people have also
shown their willingness to help in this
important movement by clearing the
grounds, sending their children to
school to encourage the , teaoher, and
organizing a- Sabbath school. There
seems to be a co-operation of parents,
trustees, teachers and all concerned in
this school, if one may judge from the
beginning, and there must be, that in
any section to have a successful school..
It is very creditable to tlie government
t]ia( thoy are always pleased to grant
the requests of the people to form new
school districts and build comfortable
schoolhpuses wherein children may be
educated' and taught what is right by
example and precept. But It seems
strange that at the aame time a place
for'tlie manufacture of that which is
destroying so many young people
should be allowed to be built within a
few rods of a.school house.
,,;: r*—tr*** .'■'.': ■ri'.r'i',
Lbadino Druggists on this continent
testify to tha large and constantly increasing sales' of Northrop Ss Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
ami report ito-beneficent effects upon
their oustemors troubled with Uver Complaint, Uon.tipatioo, Dyspepsla.Ilnpurlly
of the Blood, aad other physical infirnn-
'ties, and as a female medicine, it has ac-
eoimnpUshed remarkable cures.
', The Alaskan Seizures.
Washington, D. C, Sept. IB.—
j-jChia morning's Washington J*oj(, wliich
essaji' to ba tha organ of tho administration, lias a column of double-leaded
editorial on Secretary Bayard's poai-
tion, wliich bears the impress of that
official's authority. It treats the situation in, which the secretary ot* state
Soils himself under three sub-head-
ihgvtiav: First, tlie Cutting case; second, Mr. Sedgwick; third, the Alaska
captures. On the latter the Post, or
rathQ^HacretAry Bayard, says that the
capture by an American revonuo cut-
tern of three British sohooners engaged
in catJoMng seal in Behring's Sea, is
likoly to lead to a lively diplomatic
eomnponrlenct, and if, as alleged, the
sealers yore -sixty mile's from shore,
the., probabilities are that tho act wil)
-havo to bo disclaimed, and this country
moke restitution; in Rocordance with the
inteniationairawtliatjurisdictioiicenses
thfao. inileB from land. It declares the
demand of Canada for tho release of
the schooners tobe ridiculous, absurd,
preposterous, tecauso Canada in only a
colony, having no more diplomatic relations with this country than Great.
Britain has with'Nevada, The editorial stops with this declaration:—
"The j governmont will-defend its dignity, and preserve its self-respect, and
will aot, both towards Mexico and
Great .Britain, without regard to
throats or pntiniscs. Ill, regard ,to
Mexico, iti» iridoubtadly correct, aiid
will maintain the spirit of its demand
for, the' abrogation of laws which
threaten American citizens. In regard
to tltt) sonl fialiorifs it will cntor upon
a coniprehensrvb 'investigation without
delay, and will persist or recede with
alacrity according to the facta of tho
case." The article attracts universal
attention, as it ia-tho only inspiration
df SectXitary Bayard upon three of tho
most'Important subjects before his do,
pnrtnient.
This Afternoon^ Despatches.
Hprr.nl tu the 4'oUuibiaa.
London, Sent. 22. —Thirty-one union-
ista voted with the ToriM M night
against Parnell's land hill; v6 members
paired.
Belfast^ Sept. 22.- The city is quiet
to-day.;
London, Sept. 22.—Feramon, under
foreign secretary, announced in the commons thin afternoon tliat personal communications were pasting fn London between tlie representative of hw majesty's
Sof ernment and the U. S, miniitei In the
trection of the removal of motion between thc fishing interests of the United
States and Canada arising out of defects
in ttiu present treaties. Churchill gave
notice of thc intention of the govern-
ment to introduce,'early hext^ session,
measures for considerable modifications
in tiie present method of conducting public business in the conpnons, an announcement accepted as portending further repressivu measures against ttie
Parnellites.
&ri John's, Boot. .22.—-puring a violent southeasterly gate last night the
British schooner Little Gem was struck
by a land squall off the. ^cadland, keeled
over, and immediately saak. She was
loaded with flour. The "disaster occurred
off the precipitous cliffs of Black -Head,
in Buena Vista hay.   Two lady passen-
fers were drowned. The crew was saved
y clinging to the bottom of small
boats. " .
WiNNinso, Sept. 22.--Col. Black, of
the impeftal army, is in the city, having
returned from the Pacific coast. While
he was not willing to go into figures, he
State* that it is the intention of the
government to make E8quimaiilt an im-1
pregnable harbor, and also to make.it an
important depot for munitions of war.
Paris, Sept. 22.—A syndicate of Paris
and Berjin bankers lijive subscribed 600,-
000,000 francs to carry out a-scheme
sanctioned by the Sultan for a net-work
of railways to connect the Black .Sea with
the Persian gulf, under the direction of
an Austrian engineer.
New York, Sept. 22.—The regatta
committee gave the Newport races to the
Galatea, Mayflower, Stranger, and Cinderella.
St. Louis* •'Sept. 22.--Martin Irons,
leader of the late strike last spring on tho
Gould system, was brought here from
, Kuisas City to-day by Sheriff Skidmore
to stand trial on a charge of complicity
in * the noted wire tapping affair. The
grand master workman was interviewed
in regard to ihis recent arrest in Kansas
City for drunkenness, and he stated that
he was not drunk at the time. He was
arrested by an officer who arrested him
for vagrancy, aud upon examination that
charge was withdrawn and he was maliciously rearrested for drunkenness. He
says it was a put-up scheme to bring himself and the Knights of Labor into disrepute. „   _„
■    .',,   'ii j r*   -
Mr. Henry Marshall, Keeve of Dunn,
writes; "Some time af-jo I got a bottle of
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
. from Mr. Harrison, aud I consider it the
very best medicine extant for Dyspepsia."
This medicine is making marvellous cures
in Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, etc, in
purifying the blood and restoring man*
hood to lull vigor. - ',■   ■
^Whiib B&Kfekf^KVMBNmf-.WIdto
Bronze is a comparatively uew substance,
and has come into large use, rapidly, for
speoial purposes in this country, It has
been found to bo so well adapted for statuary -and monuments, that companies
taw Mn for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit,'Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, nnd Ut. Thomas, Canada,
who are making numunients of all kinds
'and* .stylos. From experiments mnde by
these companies, H has been found that
the material Will' stand exposure for an
indefinite period--it is practically indestructible. White' Btoiueu being non-
, corrosive ami unchangeable, it is stated
,, to-^c equal to gold, silvei or platinum,
i ' and superior to copper or antique bronse,
" which throws off a verdigris. The monuments an oast from refined nine, an J are
work under a high jjitssure of steam,
whioh outs the surface;.but does not ad
here to it. A thin Kim of oxide which
forms on this bronze is iudisu-uctible hy
tjif .elemental it uaunot lw dissolved by
water, and tin cannot penetrate it, although the. dim. ts so thin as to he im*
measunblew JR6. conosion, it is affirmed,
can talteplaot.*—Bo#(o» Journal of Com*
mrct. Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, Is agent for the White Broiina
MotintMnts in British (^lutnbla. Much
cheaper aiid more diirahln thau any
"Mh*?. lU.lldBji -  (jfftyHW!
rAUBN-SEVS.
■ Fer str. Yosemite, from Victoria. Sept,
tt-ltflss Ure, Mrs C Todd, A Ewen, J H
Todd. O .P Green, F Jacks, JMortimer,
Bpecial Constable Lewis and I-cncli (Insane), O Sexmlth, Columbus, E A Slmrpe,
and Rev Tait.
Per str Reliance, from Hope, Sop!. 21.—
Mra Fletcher; Mrs Sweeney, J Ariliur, W
Cotsford, Rlelly, Olias RosB.Beiinon.AF
Cotton, Murphy, J E Campbell, W Bone,
Mitchell, Demmlck, Lehman, Mullen,
McLaren, O'Brian, and others.
Mrs. D. Morrison, Farnham Centre,
P.Q., writing about Dr. Thomas'Kclectric Oil, says: George' Bell used it on his
son, and it cured him of rheumatism with
only a few applications. The balanco of
the bottle was used by an old gentleman
for Asthma, with tho best results. It
acts like a charm."  . j
Wholesale oity Market.
per 100 lhs.
Beef,
Pork ,
Mutton "
Hldes(ffr>n)"
Potatoes "
Turnips "
Carrots "
Parsnips "
Reels V* "
Cubbage "
Onions "
Applos "
Pears "
Wheal        "i
Oats Hi
Peas '■ 	
Hay,       per Uut	
Butter (rolls) perlb „,.,„
Choose, **.r*;,..i*..;*,4..
Eglirs,       per (Ins. * J„*,.U.. ..
Qecse,       eiiuh	
Ducks- •'     *'         ,..,
CtilckeiiH, per pair	
Turkeys,-per Hi M	
CnrilwiHHi (retail) per curd....
Deeds,    Leases,   Agree-
         o? all
ments of Sale, and blank forma
kinds, at T. K. Pearson k Co's,
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 ots. per
set atT R. Pearson A Co. \ *
. A full lino of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T. It. Pearson k Co, 's   ocl7to
"I tnkoouly one English weekly paper,
Thr Spectator, and one Canadian, The
Week, and ns « rule I should be puKSted to
sa v which I should miss most."—From a
letter by Thomas Hughes, author Of "Tom
Brown'* School Days."      ,.
The Week:
4 -rmwdUu Journnl of rellt|fn, Sorlrlj
anil lltrrnlure.
Pt'llIIIHUKT' «VKKT TlICHSbAV, AT J8.00
1'Kll ANKUH.1
Independent In polities, THE WEEK
appeals bvnconipiolu-nslvnTablo of Contents lo the different instes which exist
within the circle of a cultured home.
An average of fifteen -diort, crisp Editorials Is given in orwn number imon flANA-
WAN, AMEllfOANjIind KNOXlWI Wlr-'
rrrus und LlTaRATORJi ..
Amongst the regnlnrnmtrlbntoi« Is pro-
lessor OoldwIiiHmltli; ii ndadtflthiKiilshed
wilille man In Loudon lu\s kindly ninlcr-
fnken to supply regularly an English
Utter. Paris and WuNh-AiHoa I^ttonl
will appear nt regular Intervals.
- In mid I tion I hero are special contributions from some of Humblest writers In
the Dominion snd the United filntOH.
hits now piiton'd upon Its third year with
most encouraging  prospeuts, and with
many new features,      ■  „„„.t.  ■■ >
., C. BLACKETT UOBINBON,
.■j Jordan St., Toronto, Ont.
Sample copies Me on application.
THE WREK Is one of the most Influen-
;l»l jnu-mnls In rnnndiu-Trtith, London,
Knglnnd.    "   : ttl*
Surface Indications
Wlmt a minor would very properly term
"surf nco Indications-' of van fi beneath,
ara tlio Pimples,. Sties, Bora Byes,
Bona, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
whioh people are annoyed In spring and
early summer. Tho circle matter accumulated during tho winter months, now
makes Its presenco felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel lt (rom the system.
While It remains, it is a poison that testers
In the blood and may develop Into Scrofula.. This condition causes derangement
of the dlgeslivo aud asslmllatory organs.
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
weariness—of ten lightly spoken of ss "only
spring fever." These aro evidences Uut
Nature is not able, unaided, to throw off
tho corrupt atoms which weaken the vital
forces. To rccaln health, Naturo must bo
aided by a thorough blood-purifying medicino j und nothing else to so effective ua
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufficiently powerful te expel
from tho system even the taint Of Hereditary Scrofula.
The medical profession Indorse AYKR'i
Sarsaparilla, and many attettatlou of
the cures effectedby it come from all parts
of the world. It is, In the language of
the Hon. Frandt Jewett, ex-State Senator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the only preparation (but docs
real, lasting good.-1
PREPARED BT
Dr. J, C, Ayor A Co., Lowoll, Mats.
Sold by aU Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for (6.
The Confederation Lift,
The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the' ecomiums which
tho shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanhs to the resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon ■ extravagant
methods of procuring business, the work*
ing expenses of the company bear to the
total income tbe very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company ia the fact that tho interest
Income is sufficient to pay the death
claims- -wliich in a* company of tbe age of
the Confederation Life Is something to be
proud of. The assets and liabilities are
set .forth In minute detail, and the tables
shew that, after making allowahcefor.all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is a surplus ef $282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the asset* in the last year
was $260,390. So much for what can be
done hy rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of Increasing new business."
—Toronto Qloif. T. R. Pearson ft Oo.
are agents for this company in British
ColUmhia. ml9tc
TDK -WEST 8HOME FOK SEMEMBEB.
-The Crcat Illustrated British Calm-
bia Edition. A full sniiply new on hand
al T. B. IVnrson * Co's., sole agents tor
the Mainland, al XA cu. each. *
A new map of British Columbia just
issued by the government, for sale at
T. K. Pearson ft Co's. The best map
ever issued; 82.26.—Adv.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columiuan offico. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—xAdv,"   :  : j ,   '.*
Canadian Psalter, and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), at T.
11. Pearson ft Co.'s, New Westminster
and Granville..
OT. PAUL'S  CHURCH.  Sen-Ices ev-
O  ory Sundny at ll a.' «. and 7 ». h. In
the Church, BU John Moot, below Royal
avenue. Scuts free, nll nre cordially In
vlteil, Sunday School at 2.90 P.M.
._,    (fewtoj
TlfBTIIODIHT   CHURCH,   Mary St,
JjA Bev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services nt
Ilium, uml 7 p. in. Sundny School nnd
Bible Class S!:U0 \\ m. Fruyer Meeting on
Thursdays nt 8 p. tn. Seats tree; Mrn-nseM
cordially invited. Je7-w.
CHURCH OP KNGLAND, St, Mary's,
Sapperton. Services, Sundays, 1D.M
n. in.,nnd 3.30 p.m. Thursdays, 7.B0p. m,
Dally, 10 a. m., 5 p. in. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 7 a.m., except 2nd Sunday In the
month.  All seats*free. -    tnhSOte
DAPTIST CHURCH, Revl Robt. Len-
D nio pastor; meets iu thc Court House.
Services at 11 a. m. and 71>. m. Sabbath
School and Bible Class nt 2..S0 p.m . Fruyer Meeting Thursday evening ut ii o'clock,
Strangers cordially invited- aplStc.
■ UNION LODGE Na, «, A. P.
•*»/\*- * A. M.-The regular Com*
1LJT munleatlons of tliis Lodge are
/ ^r \ hold on the Srst Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend D. WILSON,
fe23-to Secretary.
iroTxps.
T\URING MY AB8BN0E FROM THE
IJ Province. inyson,:T. .r. Armstrong,
holds my power of attorney and holds my
appointment at Deputy HhcrlfT,
W. Jr. ARMSTRONG.
July 13th, ISW. ■    Jlylliua
Knights of Labor.
mHK KNIGHTS OY LAftOR HAVE
J. romovAl from I ho Foresters-Hall lo
the Oraiigemen-s Hull, where they hold
their weekly meetings on TUESDAY
NIGHT nt 8 o'clook.
''- M. P. CROCKER,
Secretary.
Now West,, Aug. 37t.li, 1880.      dauSBml
Cancellation of Reserve
NKW WESTMINSTER  DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN that the
Resorve placed upon Hcction 4, Block
1 North, llnugo" West, Iiiih hnt-n cancelled j
and that tlm>e mon ths froin: the dato
hereof the land will be opon to pnivhusc,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds A Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, R. O., Sopt 1st, 1886.    dselml
•NOTIOE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE IN-
teiul to apply to thc Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission TO purchaso land situated at village
Buy, Hoskyn inlot, Vnldeis Island, und
described ns follows:
Commencing at n post driven nbout
twenty chains nloug the shoru easterly
from the month of iho river on tho left
bank; thence due north'about fifty chnins
to tho lake: thenco along the lake shore
westerly about -10 chains; thonee due
Bouth to Village Bay; thenco easterly to
place of begluulng; containing ahout one
hundred aores, more or less, exclusive o!
the Indian Reserve contained within the.
abovc-nientlonod boundaries.
Royal Citv Fr-Ai-siNa Mills Co. (lA.)
JOHN HRNDRY,'
July 21,1WW.       (Jly2Sm2l        Manager
USTE-W   ^JkJLJ_-
DRY GOODS
OPENING   DAILY.
D. Drysdale & Co.
73 COLUMBIA STREET,
dwauaic New Westminster, B. O.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
IMPORTERS OF
Dry Goods, Silks, Millinery,
Carpets, Underclothing, Hosiery,
or   aii-e.   xivns.
Clothing, Gent's Furnishing
Coods!
Millinery & Dressmaking done in Latest Styles.
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.
30jTim NEW WE8TMIN8TIR
LORNE COLLEGE,
-STS-*"*"*-   *-^*-*GST-*v<ri*t*TS,rBR,   B. C.
SOHOOL    ron
Vl.llor.  . . . ■ - Tke Udiaa af Raw WcWIartar.
Pmncipai.-H. nENNES-CLINTON, ESQ., M. A. (of KeWe College Orforf.
and Laniioxvillp, P. Q.).
Asmstast Master an* Sopeeinikkdist or the Comhekcial Departhkit : .
W. 11. BATES, ESQ. {of the College Comimioale, Boulogne, ud Anglo.
French College, London).
Matbon-MRS. REDD-(SH.
Board o- Kdcoatios—The Visitor and Principal; Tha Ven. Arehdeaoon of Columbia j The Rev. H. G. Fiennes-CIlnton; C. If. Trew, Esq., M. D.| G. E. Cor.
bould, Esq.        *
The School will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. 9th, 1886.
THE COURSE OF STCDIES EMBRACES EITHER CLASSICAE OR COMMBR-
clnl subjects. In tlio former Brunches preparation Is given for tlie Universities;
In the latter pupils are fitlcrl by a study of ^Iode^ll Languages, Commercial Coma-
pondenoe, Book-keeping, de., lo lake positions of responsibility In the Business
Houses of (lie Provinco. Both branches include sound Instruction In Geography,
History, Eng'.lsh anil Mathematics. ,
For Prospectus, apply lo thc Biaiior or kew Westminster, or any member of the
Board of Education. .. >.
LOOK   WERE!
Being determined tp close out the balance of my-Stock before
October 1st next, I will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
JJ-jiF-Cal! early to secure Bargains.
G.   LEISER.
INSURANCE
NewWestminster City
m
DWELLINGS, s{ percent.
OUTSIDE OF CITY:
DWELLINGS, 2 per cent.
BARNS, 3 ; "
RAND BROS.,
AGENTS CITIZENS IHSURANCE GOY
ilwuoBrmi
S. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER
APPRAISER
Qeneral Commission Agent.
TP'1 !
HAVING HAD RXTENSIVE EX-
perieniw in California and! elsewhere in the iim .muiiMM, I am now
pivpareil to take charge of any sales,
auction or rrtherwise, that tho publie
limy fuvor me witli.
(inns, Rifles, CirtrWgei, tottttt,
Shot, FlHhln-- TMkle, SptifU-
elm,   Cillerr,  »nd   Mr
■■   «lMiwtn,
TO HE  HAD  AT THB OLD STAND,
KNOWN ASTH1
'Menagerie Shop,'
COLUMBIA   8TRCETI
ilwnulTIo | ,,; "J gailj) gSvitiah Columbian
Wednesday Evening, Sept. '.'!!, MM.
LAST NICM'SJESPATCHES.
Special lo the < f4aml>l*n.
Law Paha.s, %xico, g«pt. 21.—Despatches from New Laredo state that
the " El Coyotes" family deny that
ho was killed in the recent battle with
the federal troops. It is thought that
the troops might possibly have mistaken Juan Vilteratone, of the "Coy.
otes" band, for Coyote, as he closely
resembled the loader.       u
San Francisco, Sept. "■ 21.— Arrived, atr. Mexico, Victoria; sailed,
atr. Empire, Nnnaimo; schr. Ivanhoe,
Seattle.
Bklfast, Sept. 21, 3. p. m.—Rioting wus resumed at dinner timo at the
junction of Northumberland and the
Falls road by Catholie mill hands stoning Uie police on duty, to keep the
Orange Queens Island shipyard men
from coming in ointaet with the mill
hands. The stoning was so heavy and
skilful that the nolice had to retreat
as fnr as Shank hill. Here they were
reinforced, when they drove the mob
back, capturing a number on the way.'
While this battle wasgoing on another
mob in another locality attacked with
stones the Blaokg Watch regimeut of
Welshmen, although the soldiers'-were
fully armed and in fighting array. Ibe
troops with fixed bayonets charged in
double quick |jj«e on the mob and
drove them frott tht: «feene, wounding
minbervnrionrs ar "
a great numb
ing tw
tight
an-^   arrest
ing two.   Still in?t|d§ mob got'into a
a franlwajt"car atable,
, and,
surging out into the street, threw a
passing car from the track and overturned it. The car was at the time
filled with passengers. The mob that
overturned this car evidently had. not
intended to doJL^is t^ey were fighting
a purely religious fight; but the locality was mffBfltd wi^h rowdies, and
when these looms saw the ear filled
with passengers they fusiladed it with
stone. The terror-strickep-gusejigen
crowded close under thsseati and under one another, and shielded themselves ns best they could with mats
and Beat sectioua. Several were hurt,
and their situvftiMrtiB Jietilous until
the military tfljsco6d Ihetft-and escorted
them to a place of safety.
London, Sept. 21.—Lord Rimdojjrh
Churchill, in the house of commons
this afternoon, replying to a question,
said that in the event of a rising in
Bulgaria, which he did not apprehend,
the British gtf»em!i(pftt would aot cop*
stituticmally'Snd'ad'i'ise'the 'crowrt to
aot as iu their opinion would be best
calculated to protect thc interests of
the people. John Morley resumed the
debate on the second reading of Parnell's land bil]. ■ Hr thought he said
that Parnell, in his speoch last'' night,1
had proved his case in regard to the
fall in the prices of Irish farm products. Morley contended that the bill.
provided abetter machinery' and- better methods of answering the government's own ^ubTtdiM to the 'necessity of relieving Irish tenants in somo
'form other thanjjy th^ppqintment of
a royal commission. " Hi aUo'beliaved
landlords in Ireland, and' htit for ihe
first time if me tory ,,',WerO'"makina a
grievous mistake in allowing this bill
to be rejected. (Irish cheers.) Sir
Michael Hic^-Beach, chief secretary
for Ireland, stated that' the government commission to inquire into the
working of, the laud act of '81 would
consist of Enrl Cowper,' chairman,
Earl Meltown, Sir Jos. Caird, Judge
O1 Hagan, and George Uattrell.
London, Sept. 21,*---The king of
Greece has purchased a large mansion
nt Copenhagen. It is generally believed there that he oontemplates ab-1
dioatintr.     '' '   l ■'' - '■
*lThe Travelling Public*"
For tlie Columbian.]
"How can any'man believe that tho
hotel licensed to sell whiskey is necessary for (lie . accommodation of the
travelling public ? Witli the facilities
of to-day, toOTneii*frnvSralfifost ns Wfloh
as men. Why itfjit thai they ido not;
find a licensed public bat necessary for
their comfort? Whd&*er saw'a "re**
speetable woman go to a bar and take
a drink 1 Why is it? Are the men of
so frail and feeble a constitution thnt
they cannot undergo tlio fatigue incident to travel without a stimulant, ah
well as the stronger nnd-more robust
woman . If this is so, would it not
bo well for tho good wives of the country, when compelled to travel with
their weak and delicate husbands, to
provide theiaifclv-ee- with ft properly
constructed tug mil-filled "nursing
bottle" tor thb >#l&iro and comfort of
'thoir lords end itiaftors, und save.the
law tlie necessity of inflicting upon the
country the infernal grog-shop, witli its
spirit of sin and body of crime ?
What a vagabond race is the "gravelling publio." How debased the
habits and tastes of ''strangers and
travelers," when (poisonous) whiskey
is by law r#ttagiuapd as indispensable
to their ccinpirtt - Jfefoie our late act
intended tff OTiv^uth^trftm*ps fWin the
country, liquor might have boen necessary for the "traveling public," but
to-day how many of tite immense
throngs that pass Along our great thoroughfares (tyflftntl, intoxicating liquors
as n necessity^'.M yon:-bnBineaiinUn
require it? Is there n respectable
business firm in the country that would
employ as their salesman or agent, entrusted witM the management of their
affairs, a mail whose hnbits rendered it
necessary for him, during his travels,
to daily visit these institutions which
the law hai, licensed "for the benefit
(rather deifrttOtion) of' the fmblic?"
No; not one. Who is it that demands
licensed whiskey while they travel?
It is not vtQijmxi it is not ministers.
The opinidrt™*!We puHic* '-Widay ignores the p^WiSne*cb*iitys(>faj*:as
women and laMste** *re concerned.
Richmond says there is nomcessity for
commercial travelers, lawyers, farmers,
artizanB,antt'iiiechni.ii«to^8wAth0ni-
selves; for a poison ft ifc, tind much of
tlie comfort of th*.."tmvolling,pubhc"
is a base falsehood? luifl' 6VeVy' candid j
thinking mind will admit1 it;,' 'It may
be deemed a necessity "for tramps,
loafers, and politicians," And to put
dollars into the owner's -pooket. - No.
well-wisher of his race; no intelligent,
truly Christian mAn or woman; no
professional man who respects the interests of his client or high-toned moral
character; And no laboring man, high
or low, who would realize to tho fullest
extent in mind, body, and pocket, tho
fruit of his toil, can or will say that a
saloon in a hotel is a necessity.. -
Wm. Kkht,,M.1>.
w<     A Bloody Affair.
Spokane Falls, Sept. 12.—News
was received hore late last evening of
a terrible tragedy which occurred on
the Grand Coulee, ten milos nortii of
here, last Tuesday evening. It appears that a ..iiian named Paine committed murder in Missouri-several
years ago and was sentenced to be
hanged. He made his escape and came
to Washington Territory and settlod in
the Okanogan country. His whereabouts became known aud a requistion
was sent on here for his apprehension.
The warrant was placed in the bauds
of J. Hubbard, an officer of this place,
and in company with F. Aiken, he left
here last Sunday morning to make the
arrest. Whon tli'ey'arrivcd m"Okanii-
gan City thoy were informed of the
desperate character of PAine, but
catching hint unawares thoy succeeded
iri making :the*nrresfc without trouble.
The prisoner wns then handcuffed and
put on a buckboard, and the party
started, for. Spokane. -.
'» ■ "They fiad. proceedftd nbout forty
miles on their way when they were
overtaken by Paihe's soil, ayoTmgTnan
about twenty-tfive years of age. He
rode up within a short distunceiif the
party and; witiioiit ,9, word being jm-
changed dismounted and commenced
•shoonng at' the officers with a Winchester rifle. Tlie third shot struck
his own father, who fell out of the
buckboard mid instantly expired. The
officers returned the nre with their revolvers at tirst, but the range being so
long Hubbard called to Aiken to pass
him a Winchester rifle and go to the
' horses' heads, which he did. /Hubbard
fired'About' three shots when a bullet
from Panic's rifle struck him in the
chin and lie fell,., .«. m_ .w
-■^Aikeii, linking HubbaWl was killed
jumped into the buckboardami whipped up the horses. He had only proceeded a short distance'when one of
the horses dropped dead from the effeots of a bullet. He then lnounteiT
the other horse and went about three
miles farther, when it gave out, being
■wounded irt the leg. 'A-ikeft then
walked About ten miles to a farmhouse. Early next" morning a party
went back to the scene of the tragedy
and found Uie dead bodies„of,Hubbard
and Paine, . Hubbard had gtoi up,
walkecj about 200 fcet'tfrorti wliere he
fell when Aiken, left, and it is supposed
that young Paine had come up to him
and shot him in the back, as he wns
shot through the body. Tho officers
at j Okanag-ui wore notified and an inquest Tiew.'' ¥here: Is 'lUtlfe hope thht
young Paine will be captured.
A^ Bns.ness Woman.'•■->
- 'EmmaAbbott is not only a first-class
mnnnger nnd singer, but she is a
shrewd woman of the world.; She has
worked -up a vast amount of free, advertising, for she says herself tlint she
would rather be . ridiculed than not
spoken of at all. But she hus plenty
of phlck and courage, and she*has just
shown it in a contest that Bhe has had
in New York city. One of the dramatic weeklies that. makes a living by
attacking the profession found out that
a singer engaged by Miss Abbott waa
interested in a rival publication. The
editor endeavored to have the singer
discharged. Failing in that, the sheet
devoted a broadside to Emma, calling
her '{} an old cat'1 anfl other opprobrious epithets, 'Miss Abbott did not
gratify the fellow by a libel suit, although lhat waa what he wanted. She
went quietly to' khe' American News
oompany and - formally notified them
that if they did nbt stop handling the
sheet iri question she wuuld sue. them
for damages that had already been in*
curred. The News company did not
want the annoyance of a suit, and so
quietly dropped the-paper, and tlie editor lust his whole valuable circulation
ill;-a day, and frum a very valuable
property in his lino he has been swept
off the face of the earth. It shows
what a l<it)« hend" the little prima
donna 1ms, nud that she has not
knocked about the world for so long
for nothing.      *■ *' '
A Good Investment.
Speaking of the local newspaper,
the eminent Judge David Davis, of
the supreme oourt of the United States,
BayB: Every yeftr e?ery local news-,-
puper gives from $100-tu 94,000 in
free lines for the sole benefit of the
vicinity in which it is located. No
other will do or can do this. Tho local
editor, in proportion to his. means,
does more for his town thnn nny other
ten men, aud iu all fairness mnn with
man, he ought to be supported, not because you happen to like or admire
hia writing, but because n paper is tlio
best investment a community can
make. It may not be brilliant or
crowded with great thoughts,'but financially it is more of a benefit to a community than tbu preacher oi; teacher.
To-day tho editors of lncalpapevlclo
-'tllle most work for the least, nivinvy "of
any men on Garth. 'Subscribe for
your local paper, not as a charity, but
as an investment.
Geoi-go W. Childs of the Philadelphia Ledger, not only lives in gorgeous
style in Philadelphia and haa a magnificent estate at Wootton, but maintains
a charming residence at Long Branch,
arid now contemplates the erection of
a monumentally superb mansion in
Newport. There.aro very few noble-
njonivho spend' the money alinually
that Mr. Childs spends. They cant
'anbrd it. Already n vory, very ricli
man, witli an income from bis paper of
over $1000 a day, Mr. Childs finds it a
Very easy matter to spend in tho course
of the summer $250,000) *-» -**v r.     ,t
ttate you tried Hollownys Corn Cure i
It has no eqiial Coc,roi*ieyMg,th(W trou.. J
blcsome excns&ii&S.'itii ltintj'IrftVa tis-1
ttffod who have triod it.    '  '■'■ ,    j
fcWUGQiSTSI
to*
This powder nevec. varies. A marvel of
purity; st miff tii unit whoIosomenesK, More
economical than tlie ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with tbe
multitude ol low test, short weight olum
or phosphate powders., gold on Iff In tans,
Royal Baking Fownfcn Co,, loflWoUSi,
New York. j?* ■-■■;■ I :»* '  Mely ;
HO H6RANITE CREEK
The Drjfir4 Howse
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
t ki GRANITE CITY.
TJltRST-CLABS ACCOMMODATION, and
F the'Tshle supplied with every possible, del teaey. The liotvl Is under the personal -management of the well-known
caterer, B. F-! Boyce.    *
,   BOYCE A CAIRNS,
mhflto . Proprietors.
Port Hammond Nursery 1
VTOW- IB THE TIME TO SEND IN
JLl your orders, if you want some of
tDpso nice fruit or ornnmentnl trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
about the middle,of Juno to settle, up my
ftfflvlrs thero and. eome out this fall with
the stock for my nnrsoir lif-re, and will
seleetnnd bring.Vour orders rieht along
witli me fnr this fall-and .next spring's,
planting, I wlll.satlsfy all both ns to quality of trees and frnlt, and I will be settled
here in the business so you will know
where to -find mc. All communications
after the middle of Juno may be addressed
to mo nt Bowmanville, Ont., orto Carloton
A Harris, Port'Hammond,
in ■G.'W. HENBY,
my22tc Port Hammond P.O.
HACK FOR HIRE.
T'HBj-JNDERSIGNED has established
hi in self .tu tliu Oi tv ot New Westmln;
slerwllh aEJitSf-C'LASS;   .'.,.
OOVEREDrOARRIAGE,
tTldKh Is open for Euea&ineiits iit
■ 1  j Tory ni-Mlcrale t'hargci. ,
Orders letf ttt the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will' bo promptly nttended
to dny or night, stable next H. Elliott's
JOS. OATE9.
Telephone "No. 3D, mylte
DRESS-JIAKIIfl!
Mioses. Mcelroy a fitz henry
wish to Inform the-Ladles-of New
Westminster that they have opened a
. nrass-Making Establishment
-AT-
TBAPP DRO'S HTOIU;. COLUMBIA 8T.
Where they will bo pi-epareil to execute
nny orders entrusted to them tn the latest
styles aiid with all possible despatch.
New Westminster. Oct, Bth, 1885.   oc7te *
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
.-)    1*IU1U|    11UU|    UUULUUt
And Confectionery always oh' hand.
%    Delivered to any part of tbeClty.
2C3SXjX/2" SBOS.,   Columbia Street.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge,. s*ri7
OUR BUSINESS 1111,
D
O YOU WANT TO BUY OB HELL A
Business, take n partner, eto,
PICKERING & CO,
OFFICE: Fort Stroet, between XHiuutiiH
una llroilglilrrn, VICTORU, B. O. f. O
■—«,!,■ -V;-. i        n>IiZ7
*^|j&.
Wood and Coal.
imHK'SUIWi'BIHEIt UAH ON HAND A
X'. idfte i-uantlty of
BEST WELLINGTON LDHP COAL
. Ami nn assortment of ■'
CORDWOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rutcs.  He
will also promptly itfumtt to nil kinds of
Orders toft 'at,Mr. MoOoll-ssloradnColumbia stroot,'or nt my honso, DoiiKlns
street, will meet. .With prompt attontlon.
\ ■■' ■ HKNltY ELLIOTT
New Westminster H. O. .   JlylOtd
'j /! I '■'
a^rp-xjo^.
OTKIJ*! IS .H-SBJ-BY OIVEN THAT
-- imoiid to,imike npnltoiittfin io;
•Tio'IKroirnirirt'e Hie Minister of lhe Inte-
rl<*;jlodiiyH utter dAte, for A lleonse to cut
nnrl linn) timber iin See, 21 arid W. V, Soe.
 ...  - - -  ,'iy0j<'l„ -
IqrtlUJdays «/tcr dnte. tor 0. lleonse to cut
.nil limi) timber iin See. 2) nltd W. •/, Son.
22, TnwiiHlilp I, Orouu II, Now WMnSnfi"
..... T,lU,^l..l       '..,>•'.<■
stirr District,
BRUNJWTBBAWMTI.I. CO., Ln.
IWIsdAlW.'.lt'i.lHWI.        "      dnujaiml
iwm
Wholesale and Retail
New Westminster, B. 0.
mhiotc      _______
^.IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
' 1 Old Broad St. and 18 Pall Mall,
tONDON.
INSTITUTED ^803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES* OTHER
Buildings, Qoods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farmitig Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, anil the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aad
Goods on Ifoartl such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,' ■; <■
FROM 10SS OR DAMAfiBBY FIRK.
. Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 BTCJ.
Rates of Premium and every information can he obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Westminster.
-PKACTICAL-
Has just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver   ■ ,-
JEWEtmr
OBOTS'
Ladles Size Swiss Gold Watches
froto $2518 $55,    "" ""   '
Ladles Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, at
*     $32.50.    ml
RKMEMBKR-We do not sell "ailed"
Watehes and Jewelry .as solid gold.
Our gooil. are guaranteed just a« represented, and prices lower thau any
other house iu B. 0. -;
COLOKIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
delijle
the Colonials
BOOTrSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
WivkRoss
IMPORTER ANI> DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The French Lenoir, (iuinljcar, flDk*
«rlon, Cocbrauo, (-Mills I Co.,
Armes liolden und Slater
Boots and Shoes.
T.ADIES ANI* OENTLEMHN ARE RE-
lj speclliilly Ir.vltr'rl to mill antl exam-
(uo the sloek.
I ha.o ulso on liiinil tlie' ' '
fMJOTOII.-JANADIM' LK-.TUKK WATKK-
THJIIT KJIIJU B»C1,
Wliloli now takes' the place of gum boots,
Jrt»o    .
TownsMDofSaiTey!
Notice to Persona in Search
ofFarmB, ''
THE/rOWNSHIl* or HlfRRBY CON-
r tains several Farms, wbloll are lor
salo. The hind Is or ejee1Mtljrolllll».i-the-
very hist lu the province. The Reevo
and'Coiincllr are moKt, unxlouslo secure
desirable settlers. Application to. them
will receive prompt attention.. The roads
In tho township aro coin*, and' theroare
ehurclies, hoIioois, nnd 11 town hall. . ,„,„
TIIOH. HIIAKNON, Bedvo,
j.     .^Jo.vor.ynlloyP.Q..:
.H./T.TIiniKT,Clerk, ■ r ,., .'
JnlBtn • i        Hnll'. Prairie P. It.
THE CELEBRATED"''
Sii ti
Sewing Machine!
t^GOOD AS ANT HADE,
SOLE AGENT FOR MAINLAND I -J. ~
0. il. ftOBSON, ll
At the New Fruit, and Confectionery
Storo, Opposite Colonial Hotel. New
Westminster, B. 0. Jly28to
TESTIMONIAL!
-    - t:\Vaneohvtr, 23rd June,'£886. ,V
MH.G.,,ROBERTSON-, •       '  .      *'' '-
.- ' VrtilfeouVei*; '
RepfesenthigGql'dlei McCnlloohl(.  *
:     i'; 'oRit.bnt
Sir.—Wu the u inilerriitrned luiVtng wit*
liossed the terrible Are which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the littih Inst;, liuve, after the fire, examined the sates ttold by yon, some of
which were put to the most xevero test,
having been flurrotinded by large mmntl-
ties oflnrd nnd hnuon, nnd we are plenttcd
to tcHtlfyto the rcmurknblc manner In
which overy Safe sold by yon preserved
Its eontentfi, not only books and papers,
bnt also thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken out In perfect condition, -We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly Are proof:,.
L. A. Hamilton, tor<lhja Canadian Pacific,
-Railway Company: M. A. MneLean,
Mayor; John J, lilnkc, stipendiary Ma*
glstruUi; Rlch'd. -Alexander, Justice of
Uio Pence; J6hn"Boiiltbeq,PolHO Magistrate, Cltyof Vancouver Thomas Dunn,
Jiistluo of tho Peace-. Isano Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Kstate Ilrokerj
R. Ilalfour, Aldermnn- John Rmiktn,
Real Estnte Brokor; lfltlior A Ednon,
Royal Hotol: H. K, Keefer, Contractor,
C. t-.ft,; J. W. McKarlndd, Port Moody,-
to Vnnc'onvor and English Buy; P. ft
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Heal Estate,Broker; Gravely 4
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R.C. Ferguson, Mar. R. 0. P. MIIIh. JoSMo '
^ftnporter aud ]Mp'ikZ
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to huy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Doane'. Brick Block,
NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. C.
r»M
KOTICE,
Dominion   Lands.
■VTOTICE 18 HEREtiY GIVfiN THAT,
lij the Hiirvoys of Townships Nos. l and
2, west of Coast Meridian, and Townships
Nos. 7, B, 10, 13. If and 18|cast,of Count
■MBlWrnn.Now-W^htmlnBtoVDlstrleliliMvt
litgWendulyoonflrmcd.tlnHiiidorslKnod
Is mw prepared toreoelvo appllciitions for
Homestead Entry on Dominion Lands In
inch TojivnHl.ips respectively. '
Applicants must personal]}' appeur bo*
tore Ihu tindenlKiifld nt Uie --Donlrifon
Lund" lOfflcw, 'New Westminster, and
make tho affidavit and pay tho entry fee
orilOprosarlbod hv Cliituo 1(1 of the Ijends
ItogiilutloiiH-or lAHik■* ■ i * ■■ '•! i • i nv;
U. Ifc W. AIKMAN,
Agent of Dominion Lauds, R.C,
Uth August I9WL   . i dWiUUOml J,
(Miiintantl Guardian mny,)
I ht A8SES86it^ UN^Ktt] THB "A».:
1 LL itonrj*S.*JVJi*.p    uriurilt   inn "AS*
JA   scsNincnt Aflt, Iflnt," and amoudlng
Acta, are •—■—■-" *—•—*--'  *-  - -
      Ill
id
mini mid Ajipfn- lire in (nimmpieieii, nno
the rolls finally revised nnd coinplutMl,
nil ni* hi'fitn. llm 01 ut. Ilnnni.il.iii* natfl
ii-jiii*   -vi;   mm,"   illltl Hlll-JllUing
iro horoby limtnict«d  to .propnpi
next, anil the "duties... .... »„..-.». .«,.-
slnn and AjipMl nm to hb ^nmpleteil, And
inu mns nuniiy reviHoo nna coiii|
on or before Iho flint Uoccmber upxt,
■TNO. ROBSON., ,   ,,'
.//MM       '      '     TMvl).6inlJ8coretayr.
! Provinoial Sfleretarvsorllw, i  %
Victoria, }-t\, Olh Sept., Ifwi.  dsollml
ALBIQN
MARBLEWORM
; JAHKB FISHBB, Proprletor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES. TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FUR-
, NITURE MARBLti, iei
Persons living nt a distance; by Sending
a description of what they wish, eau hay?
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal. to auy
oh the Pacific Coast, and bt reasonable
rates. .N*Bt—No agent*employed,    ii
florfion Street- Victoria,B.C.
Opp. st, Andrew's Presbyterian Church
JOHNS. COX,
Importer und Denier In
INCLUDING
WHITE (.Kail'IHNS,
LANOSUAKCfl;
•Whltt Crested BUck PoUnds,     I
Guine* Fowls,, R*ueu Dueks,
-     White I-eklii Dneki.
,    PH Games, Hoa4«».
ti.Birds and Eggs supplied at low ratei,
and all stock guaranteou.
Boyftl Avenue, Bast of DonglM Bt.
..,     -i'i*     ;       mhSto
'Hnr'WnwiifMe^.Qesl
*"V .¥**d Seattle. rBorte.
THE STEAMER.
l.lHi   (J. W. TABTE, MMter.) .
WILT, LEAVE SEATTLE EVEBY
Tli.rsilMJIornlDo.tl.'clMli, /or
New Westminster anil Coiil Harbor, Tla
Port Towhsenil and the Islanilp; .rrlvflsat
New Westminster on .Friday, forenoon,
loaves (or.Coal Harbor about two houn
afterwards: leaves COAL HARBOR Vrl.
dar Night for Seattle. ;>' ,.■
J r*Je „ get*m,i...,..,...™„H*«.;. ..
i"i miibtpftt*),..,.......i,i...>•»
' Special rates tc» mercliants.        aplOte
k PPiYfttfc,:
Boarding & Day Pupils/Boys,
WILL BEjOPENED AT
R0^)^RIAi»
', MOSUA>, AieUST 16,1880.
mitE nUILpiNG, HASlSLARCiB
X Rooms nnd ts well lurnlsbed with-
reUlBler Hrutea.baHl-rtiOiiiH, *«., Ae.    '
ExccllSiitonijorlwiltfes tor all, kind.of,
liL'iiltliful exorowos, Including boiitln. and
bOthlnK.        •Trjr.l    .. MS. BJ!*f   rf\
Pupils will ,bo mude, must comfortable
and.their general welfare cruefully considered. ■, '  . "'   ."    -■ ' ■ •
A CWPITENT ST»F* OF IHSTRUCTORS
will be maintained. ; '
Excellent facilities will bo nlbrded for
Instraotlbn. In khiII.ii. <;n.ncNlal,
llu.li.1 end mmet. UWiv Hubje-U,
. AppilcntionVonns,iieforeiico« and full
Information furnlsbod by '       ■,.' '       |
BKV. 0.'J. BKKKTON.-1.A.,
NKW WEHTMlNSTKlt.
June g, 1886. J dwjlyllto
COLUMBIASTREET,
-lUKKtSjSSJiilp^^l-M I»-
Books,
uatviu.
Stationery,
l. tn<.
QCJ ,r.J
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
'   land,   and  second'to "no
House in ( British Columbia.
-o—SOLB AQ*-NT8 FOR—,
aniril.Vs.J .tovo lu alfaftf l: b,
fai At-.
fHHfc-iniii
Of Boitout
The DominMaflrttan,    '
And tgwU for all ths leading Americw
tfrc
IlB*JNDEj*WIONi*K»fX8nEENAP-
_ pointed oacntlllBrlttillCrluublafor
tliese beautiful,ui.iuimnuu, Full particulars M to prices abd deslans On appllcft*'
Bon, '     rOBAm'BOVtm,      '«,
At tlio Fruit and Oon'eellonery 8l»rr»,o|i-
rmlt«<^loplalHotcl,NowW.ll|mrnstor,
fiiiitlii
rh  d-.'
BITE
THE G"t,pTHIB^,
its, JnrtRaoeivtd
'me
ii] r.,iiJ-„n'"*Tj".v;*!'■,"*/*;.!)
. A hktf Qunntlty ot.
Boys' aiul Voath'-o
ClotMngl
7C«*^r)*ol,Ain«rloiin       ', „
',":".':',;. *u«,a^umi.c.(, , .,.
MMTS'FURNISHIIW BOOTS
.))  ,   1',—-J-t'.MPWnBAr-hT!-'',.'",".,'
The But AHorlaul li tke ikon
;;■' .ijttijB ttu mssHikiiie-fi. •„,;
jomij)    WMlHluler.     ,      .,
At JjUwett PoMlbl. PrlMUlor (JMb,'.,,
Call Karly aa-l Hak. twMHim.
'-'ir.'iily     II •  rJ  J.ill I'l.lJ J  t!  Ill  I  .',.: |  ; „'
oiuwiia tnw «... i»« « i, o.   ;
RULED & PftWTU
0%   lo ■'i.i.foiij no yrnnxofii
am_i
h   o-if
aa at any otlin  •Mabllrtmnt to tlu '
Prortnoa.
., .r-AOBJjTO itOH-m   '    ■
!Ctfnta*len>tit-' Lih Auirame Co..
North Brillrt and M-rcanWe, Fir*
"'J  Imiirinco W."";''    ''''' " ■'•   "
l*A^«fef.fe^r*t.-^tem'
IE ui
m*m«i on '..ihi ...
.,,HKiip.)ji-iiwi(?,t,8v,,.,
-WElRMKka
mm,,mwmm,,
LI1IBB, PBM.XMU,
•liMB, BICBlrtl,
,. r vTfniiiivmrrJi n aoanviii
Tonne on huid,     ,        '■<-.
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rnforra \hrwta if   .njiitrin.. tin >
til     |  ii1-
HEWS(fAP«ft
,,, •     I -tnitaotteawttdot     ■' i    ■;.'■
■ ;.i;;:,;Wiife:
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l6t«njfPuhlk«»ta**» owMtntM.
'. y.  U, 1 ' ; JrJrh".'vr,T ,'ni/i s;iT/,r,[    ilfi    ll
' .    .■.•■ini"i*-.nn Inm..'■ ."!■ ■ ■ ii ni
i„ ■,; ii        .buiiidiI <ii -.r*:-r,,.: r ,■■ ,-, ,
'■ t*yif iK-wrt «in«» turn **u»»fc».._    i
.•i«iwiiw*f 'Sis0-^tT\W% !Mi\i
Prortno..   I, snoilliiii .rl Dnunnifl ,<o<jl>iij J
|,(l,   ,,       '  '■'.'   Jill    ■i-illlr-il'i.     r.i 11,1   .'!
'•,-,     ',:■•.;   t,l'rfrir(,:l    ..rrinn.l    ;      , ■,
T. R. PEABSON 4 00.,
1    sines   " •'■'■'■ ' nsioMl nl ■■  .■, ij fi lud
ml        CXILUMBI1   8TREBT,       od

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